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Fresh "Berman" from Dave Ramsey
"Mets won over the Nationals, 11 2 steaks. The Islanders also beat the Capitals for two to tomorrow. The New York Liberty they're taking on Atlanta. And Indiana and the Nets will shoot hoops against the Trailblazer Owuor Weather Channel forecast overnight. Low 74 degrees a chance for a few scattered thunderstorms, partly to mostly cloudy on Thursday. A few scattered storms are likely highs in the low to mid eighties. Friday, widely scattered storms and mid eighties meteorologist Mark Thibodeaux from the weather Channel on 7 10 W Want 78 degrees right now is the Dave Ramsey Show continues on Hive. You're next news. It made night breaking news at once. Start your day with Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the morning. 6 to 10 tomorrow. I'm Steve Greenfield at 17. You are in NBC News radio.
Fresh "Berman" from The WOR Sports Zone with Pete McCarthy
"Celebrating. To find a physician. Visit Doctor Start Hackensack Mardian health dot org's Here's Your W whoa! Our weather channel forecast Heat Advisory continues through the evening hours. Just kind of stifling out there tonight some evening scattered storms. Could cool a few spots, otherwise dry weather and very warm and human early evening heat index levels in a few spots where the rain doesn't happen in the mid nineties low tonight in the mid seventies, scattered storms Thursday highs and a load of eighties meteorologist Mark Thibodeaux from the Weather Channel on 7 10 W. R. This report is sponsored by Spectrum business. Now more than ever, small businesses need the best Internet and phone solutions at the best value and spectrum business is proud to help offering new customers one month of Internet voice and TV. Service for free visit business stuff spectrum dot com Today to learn more and today on Wall Street, the Dow gained 290 points. Next news and seven o'clock breaking news that one starter David Len Berman, Michael Riedel, in the morning. 6 to 10. Tomorrow morning. I'm Jeff McKinney, 17 W. On NBC News Radio station 77 degrees right now 605 Louis from Manhattan.
Fresh update on "berman" discussed on Mark Simone
"O R. Let's get the latest news. Here's Joe Bartlet, already mark married Blossoms says he's concerned about an uptick in Corona virus cases in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, 220 new cases. He says the city is now expanding its outreach to the community and will be offering more testing. Governor Murphy, reversing course, allowing public schools to offer all remote learning teachers. Unions demanded it and a number of school districts were defying the governor's order to keep kids in the classroom. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris make their first joint campaign appearance. Today They'll appear together at Biden's home state of Delaware wild scene on an empty bus. Dozens of people took it over to dance and smoke hookah. Happened Sunday morning in Queens. No word if those responsible are going to face any charges, though next update at noon Breaking news one start today, with Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the morning 6 to 10 tomorrow. I'm Joe Bartlett on 17 Wooo disturbance rolls out of the mid.
Fresh update on "berman" discussed on Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning
"They must come. But by the way, the lady that background saying goodbye. He must have been bombed. Though he must have been bombed. He must. He must have been drunk. I love how he equated a mass to a doily. Have Doyle ease anymore well, but people are so worked up on the political issue here that one side says that this whole thing's a fraud and you shouldn't wear a mask. The other side says. Where Mass. I mean. Come on. I mean, it's unbelievable to me. He called? I thought he called somebody of dwarf there didn't he didn't call somebody a door. I think so. Or a dork, please. One of you a dork and a dwarf, But unbelievable. People are just absolutely nuts. I mean, you've got to be Calm down. Everybody taken. Take a depressed That's OK. If someone's not wearing a mask, you know you should do think Dr Gale Saltz is going to be with us on Friday. She's the psychiatrist from Columbia Presbyterian Thing was her idea. Always keep an extra mask with you, and he could come across someone who's not wearing a mask and instead of yelling at them, you know you could sort of say, Hey, you know, maybe you forgot your mask here. I've got an extra mask if you'd like it Nice way to defuse the situation. Natalie, wait. That would be the Natalie way of doing things. Uh, Here's a cute story. So there are these two beluga whales, Little Grey and little white and they've been in a Chinese aquarium since 2011. And they've decided to release them back into the sea. I guess they want them to get the Corona virus so they're going to release them back in the seat. And they're these wonderful pictures on the New York Post. We should put them on our website 7 10 w o r dot com slash line of Michael of these two whales, Natalie. They're so cute being released in the sea, and they actually have smiles on their faces. They have whales, smiles on their faces, and apparently, their flippers were going the closer they got to the sea because they were going to be back in their natural habitat. Isn't that a nice Good story of the day. That's how you feel if we got out of our houses. On that land. Can you lay slippers are not going to be flapping. If you take Len out of his den. I don't think any of you will be a new emoji. We could have a smiling whale emoji. I like that of flippers going. That's good. Yeah, but they have little smiles on their faces, and the little flippers are going and they lowered them in there a little sort of like a hammock. And the closer they got to the actual sea. The more excited the flippers got going, so maybe that's what happens when Lynn gets Neil's nearest mailbox. I don't think I took Avery cited for your one here one at a job. You have to get my junk mail to get my flyer from the paper. Remember, the male member used to be exciting to go to the bail Now it's now let a pilot for your mail is nothing in there. I know there's nothing there. So all right coming up. Next. We've got our morning show recap. Dr Gregory, Poland from the Mayo Clinic keep is here with his thoughts on the Russian vaccine. And Nassau County executive Laura current. She had some harsh words for the power company. P s E G. That's all coming up next. You don't want to miss it almost every day. In fact, every day Lennon I talk about balance of nature's fruits and vegetables in the capsule and what it does for us, But we want you to feel the difference in your health by adding balance of nature's fruits and vegetables, really 31 whole ripened fruits and vegetables ground into a capsule going to give you 10 plus servings of fruits and vegetables every single day. And now you could take 35% off your first preferred order with free shipping. When you use the promo code W O R Call 802 4687 51. That's 802 4687 51 and use the promise Owuor balance of Nature will even put you in touch with the free health coach..
Fresh update on "berman" discussed on Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning
"Was released a photo released to the world of old whole family gathered there. And there's William and Harry and Megan and Kade and all those little grandchildren they have. And Ah, Camilla sitting there, and one of the little babies is pinching Prince Charles is I and they're all laughing and joking. Well, it turns out in a new book, coming out about Megan and Harry called Finding Freedom. That trying to arrange this heartwarming family photo was an absolute nightmare because neither William nor Harry really responded to any of the calls to get together to pose with their dad, because apparently they have an ambivalent relationship. With her father. And who can? Who can blame them? I mean, the way he treated their mother, Princess Diana, and we know may let's be honest here. We know they were much closer to Diana than they ever were to Charles, right. So it took forever to try to get the two princes to agree to. Do the picture, and then when they got there, Apparently they were not on good terms with each other, William and Harry. So behind the scenes of this heartfelt family photograph on the princes, 70th birthday was a lot of backstabbing, animosity and nastiness. So like any other family, I want to say I'm not surprised. It sounds like every other family photo. All those pictures you see on Facebook of people's happy families on you know, I'll please. You know, that's not true. I actually there's a There's a picture of my sister and me that my parents have in their apartment up in Boston, and I was up there a few weeks here with my girlfriend, she said. All that's such a nice picture of my parents. Oh, my God, I'll never forget that day. The two were fighting like cats and dogs. They were at each other's throats. It was such a phoney, blurry moment. When we smile, remind the audience that will you ran for school president. Your sister voted against you. So I just you know, just as a little set up for your fine relationship that you have with people in your own family. Well, I lost and I came home and I you know, I said, I announce that the done and done your, um, table dinner. I said I lost today. My sister said only I voted for Dale Ludwig was a woman played back the candle drums in the band. We tried to find Dale Ludwig and I think she still hates you because he did return Natalie's message We found about Facebook and he didn't respond at all did not That isn't like you. But why don't you address him as President Dale, maybe. Then we'll get back to maybe say, man, I need a ruling because everything you say goes around here. At what point to these arguments. Now is the best best producer. You know, she won the Gracie Award. It's one of the top producers. So at what point what point should we decide? It's not news what needs and Yahoo start fighting and arguing over mass in supermarkets. I mean, every day, there's another idiot out there. I wouldn't call them news. That unfortunate entertainment. That's what I'm going to call it, so it's entertainment value. Well, you're definitely ifyou're with us. Yesterday You had this Long Island Karen in a supermarket, and he went off on this employee in the supermarket because the employees had the temerity to ask you to put on a mask..
"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..
Robert Durst murder trial to resume in 2021 because of virus
"L. A murder trial will go ahead in April of next year. His lawyers have dropped their request for a mistrial. In that case, the judge agreed with prosecutors to continue the case in 2021. Jurists is charged with murder in the shooting. Death of Susan Berman in 2000 case was halted last March because of the Corona virus, and the defense had asked for a mistrial due to the continuing delay. Our
And They Will Inherit It
"The film, salt of the Earth was made only a year or so after the strike and released in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, it tells the story of our group of Mexican American miners to Ghana. Powerful mining company to demand their rights their fifteen month long strike includes some unexpected heroes and we'll explain that soon. But I you need to understand how radical the film was for the Nineteen Fifties. Politicians at the time were determined to root out secret communists from Hollywood. There were even public interrogation of filmmakers. Are you now have you ever been a member of the? Communist Party, this is audio of the interrogation of filmmaker Herbert Bieber Bearman in front of the House UNAMERICAN activities committee. To use this to. The motion, picture industry and. The Right? Not only be be Berman ended up serving time in prison and was blacklisted in Hollywood because of his suspected communist sympathies, and then he made salt of the Earth along with two other men who also been blacklisted. It seems pretty clear that salt of the Earth was an act of defiance. The government had sanctioned the filmmakers for his sympathies. So they made a movie that was unapologetically leftist. In one thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, four, the film was so controversial, only a few theaters across the US would show it. Salt of the Earth was essentially buried from public sight for decades. But in one thousand, nine, hundred seventies, she gano and feminist movements embraced the Phil. They saw it as an example of what social justice movements could actually look like. In two, thousand, eighteen producer. Traveled to Grant County New Mexico to uncover the story of what would come to be called the Empire Zinc strike. He wanted to find out how is sleepy mining town erupted into protest, and if almost seventy years later, anyone still remembers Sayer give them is going to take it from here. Before I tell you about what things are like in county. Now, I'm GonNa, tell you the story about how things were and we're going to start with our to Florida's. He was an important figure in the empire's ING strikes. Please come in. Thank you. My Dad Arthur. Florida's one hundred years old. One of the first. President Sir Locally. Local. Late Ninety is the name of the miners union in Grant County. By the way, we're going to hear about it a lot and our to Florida's was a union leader there in the nineteen fifties. Here, it's OK. Okay. I ever I have no problem with talking. Hundred. Be. Dumb. You're doing just fine. Sits in a wheelchair. His thin silver hair is neatly combed. His son. Larry leaves out a set of old photographs on the table. Here's head. Here's some of the actors from the movie, Clint Man Walking Out of the Union Hall Women Flannels and big brimmed hats smiling triumphantly at the camera. There's two is a full head of thick black hair. The photo is labeled local eight, Ninety Activists Nineteen fifty-three.
U.S. economy contracted at fastest quarterly rate on record from April to June as coronavirus walloped workers, businesses
"Called called the the worst worst economic economic plunge plunge in in U. U. S S history, history, the the gross gross domestic domestic product product plunging plunging nearly nearly 33% 33% last last quarter, quarter, 32.9% 32.9% contraction contraction that that is is by by far The largest on record, and CNN's John Berman says more than 1.4 million people follow for unemployment last week in Washington as negotiations on the Republican stimulus plan stole out on the hill, some 20 million Americans are about to lose enhanced unemployment benefits that are keeping them
AG William Barr Testifies Before House Judiciary Comittee
"U. S. Attorney General William Barr testified before the House Judiciary Committee this past day, at least to the extent that he was allowed to bar faced a lot of questions, not that much time and answering about various decisions. Made by the Justice Department as Darryl Forges reports. Attorney General William Bar on Capitol Hill Tuesday for long awaited showdown with House Judiciary Committee. This is the edges first hearing before the committee, where he came under fire for the handling of several issues, including his involvement. And the prosecutions of two allies of President Donald Trump and his moved last month to oust US Attorney Jeffrey Berman. Democratic chairman, representative Jeffrey Nadler. On offense, you're 10 year has been marked by a persistent war against the department's professional corps. In an apparent attempt to secure favors for the President, William Barr, pushing back the president has not attempted to interfere in these decisions. On the contrary, he has told me from the start. He expects me to exercise my independent judgment. To make whatever call, I think is right. And that is precisely what I've done Bar also facing a barrage of questions from Democrats on his handling of the use of force against protesters in Lafayette Square protests in Portland and the issue of police brutality, But the attorney general again, pushing back saying monuments and federal buildings need to be protected. There is a need for law order. And police should not be demonized. I'm Darryl Forges reporting.
John Lewis to Lie in State in the Capitol Rotunda
"The whole Special truth. services He's continuing charged this with morning the murder to honor of his a civil longtime rights friend, icon. Susan Berman, Today of in solemn her Beverly tribute Hills and home symbolism nearly 20 in Washington, years ago. CBS Prosecutors Dancing allege Court Durst This is killed the Berman body of former because congressman she knew something and civil about rights the disappearance hero John of Lewis his wife is on a journey in 1978. to the U. S. Capitol. Emily He will Valdas stop can extend at the 70 Martin news radio Luther King Junior guy Memorial. from Palmdale, who played The a guilty to casket paying $600,000 will also be in taken bribes to the to get African contracts American with Ella Museum County of for History his electrical and Culture, company. Supposed and to also Be in court he will today stop to get sentence. Briefly Prosecutors at the are asking that he Black be sent Lives to federal matter prison Plaza for three near years. the White House, Two former CBS county News employees correspondent who got the Steve bribes Dorsey have also starting both this pleaded evening guilty. through One tomorrow, is Louis already will lie serving in a state one year sentence, not and in the other the rotunda is waiting but to with be sentenced an outdoor under public study shows viewing which states because of would Corona be most virus impacted crowd by precautions. the president's order Masks to exclude and the social immigrants. distancing In will the country be required legally illegally in invitation from being counted arrival in ceremony the redrawing will also of the U. S be held House this districts afternoon at the Capitol. and what Lois state was gets honored hit over the the most weekend in Alabama, US his home state with tributes, encouraging young activists to continue his work.
State lawmakers join an effort to remove Governor Gretchen Whitmer from office
"Lawmakers joining an effort to remove the governor from office, They call her a ruthless tyrant. Among other things, live and local details with WW Jay's Charlie Langton. Good Morning, Charlie. Good morning. Birdie. Yeah. Four state wraps one state senator They want Governor Gretchen would more out of there, they say and I quote playtime is over. The time to talk with this ruthless tyrant is over, and the four state reps are Sean Hernandez. Mary would feel Ryan Berman, Matt Matic State Senator. Tom Barrack the reasons a couple of reasons, but they don't like the fact that nursing home legislation they say that the governor to her nursing homes into death camps as a result of her evil policies. Some businesses they say are filing bankruptcy because of what the governor did. They don't like the executive orders regarding the Koven impeachment. I brother the government accord, and that's why they want her impeached. Now they say that the movement is growing. That they will mount an effort to get rid of the governor
Judge in Roger Stone case wants more information about the scope of clemency
"Federal judge wants more information about President Trump's decision to commute the prison sentence of his longtime friend Roger Stone. U S District Court Judge Amy Berman. Jackson ordered It's Stone's lawyers provide her by tomorrow with a copy of the executive order that commuted stone sentence. She also asked for clarity about the scope of the clemency, including whether it covers just his prison sentence, or also the two year period of supervised release that was part of his sentence. The president commuted stones, 40 month prison sentence for lying to Congress and witness intimidation. Just days before Stone was to report to prison. Fox's John Decker in Washington the
Native advocate welcomes Washington Football Team name change
"National Native News Antonio Gonzalez a native advocate is welcoming the Washington football teams announcement. Monday the team will be retiring the R. Word Name and Logo, according to a statement team owner Dan Snyder and coach Ron Rivera are working to develop a new name and design native advocate Amanda. Black Horse has been part of the change. The Name Movement including involved in litigation for fifteen years over the teams use of the R. Word Well I'm very excited and happy that teen decided to. Retire the name and logo. This is has been a long long time for me and I'm glad that. It's finally happening. I wish that the will continue to be aware of Syria typing of the people in the the branding, they will say from using any names needed team. The team announced in early July a thorough review of the name following pressure from funders and renewed calls to drop the name amid racial justice rallies, being held across the country black horse credits, the black lives matter movement for helping raise awareness of the Washington DC NFL team named I. think that really opened up a lot of. People's eyes to racial injustice and to stemming racist and. and. you know I'm I'm just? You know it's a great time, but we also must remember those who have who have been murdered because you know Oh, races and and White, supremacy and we have to be mindful that native advocates including black horse say the work to change Indian mascots and logos and professional sports, and in schools is not over as renewed calls for the Kansas City football team to drop its India Mascot and also in professional baseball and hockey. Tribal leaders are pressing US lawmakers to pass key water legislation as community struggle with water issues which have increased Dudakovic Nineteen Matt. Laszlo reports from Washington tribes across the nation earn desperate need of clean drinking water. Navajo, nation President Jonathan is recently told House lawmakers that tribes need Congress to step up. This lifesaving legislation is one house vote away from becoming a reality Ms. urge the house to pass the Indian waters right settlement extension. ACT, which would provide more than two hundred million dollars for safe drinking water, a bill that sailed unanimously through the Senate, foreign sharp is the president of the. Indian nations and the affiliated tribes of North West Indians in addition to climate change communities experience Berman disparities, involving lack of access to clean and safe drinking water, the EPA safe and clean drinking water state, revolving funds are mechanism spread wrestling these issues still other say private investments are vital to here's polar Thomas a lawyer with Arizona's possibly There has been little to no private sector, investment and tribal renewable energy projects that directly serve tribal communities and tribes have lagged behind other governments and attracting outside capital through public private partnerships. Tribal leaders are calling on. On officials in Washington to get over there partisan disagreements and include money for Indian countries, drinking water needs in the next corona virus stimulus package I'm lyles loan Washington the Cheyenne River Sioux tribe in South Dakota announced over the weekend it was limiting access to the swift community dacoven nineteen as testing a medical care is being provided last week. The tribe issued a mandatory face covering order to slow the spread of the virus, other emergency cove, nineteen safety measures will continue as positive cases on the reservation reached thirty eight as of Sunday. I'm Antonio Gonzalez.
Judge seeks more details on Trump's clemency for Roger Stone
"A federal judge is demanding more information about president trump's decision to commute Roger stone's prison sentence judge Amy Berman Jackson presided over the trial were stone was convicted for making false statements witness tampering and other crimes just days before stone was to report to prison the president commuted his longtime allies forty month sentence Friday night Jackson wants a copy of the president's executive order by tomorrow and clarity on whether it covers just stones prison sentence or also the two years supervised release that were part of his sentence Sager made Ghani Washington
Geoffrey Berman, U.S. attorney fired by Trump, twice refused to resign
"US attorney leading investigations into President Trump's ally says Attorney General William Barr pressured him to resign. Geoffrey Berman, the former federal prosecutor for the Southern District of New York Is testifying behind closed doors before the House Judiciary Committee. Berman says he told bar he was not interested in leaving his position. The committee is probing whether the Justice Department has become politicized.
Ousted U.S. attorney details push by Barr to resign post or be fired
"Attorney leading investigations into President Trump's allies has told the House Judiciary Committee that Attorney General William Barr pressured him to resign. Jeffrey Berman, the former federal prosecutor for the Southern District of New York, is providing the panel in a closed door interview with a detailed account of extraordinary standoffs of his June departure, according to his opening statement obtained by the AP. He said bar repeatedly urged him to take on another position. At the Justice Department. On the
"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.
Epstein's alleged accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell set to be arraigned next week
"Maxwell. epsteins closest associates. And helped him exploit girls. who were as young as fourteen years old? Mental played a critical role in helping Epstein to identify the friend and groom minor victims for abuse. In some cases, Maxwell participated in the abuse herself. Okay if you thought the Jeffrey Epstein case was over after his apparent suicide in his jail cell last year. Thank again you'll remember that Epstein was the disgraced financier and convicted sex offender who socializes powerful men like Prince Andrew Bill Clinton and Donald Trump on Thursday, his longtime associate d'alene Maxwell, was arrested and charged for allegedly helping Epstein recruit groom, and sexually abused girls as young as fourteen years old. She has denied any wrongdoing. Here's more of what the US attorney from the southern. District of New York had to say about it. Max will and Epstein had a method. Typically. They would befriend these young girls by asking them questions. About their lives, pretending to be taking an interest in them. They would take them to the movies. And treat them to shopping trips. Maxwell would encourage these young girls to accept offers from Epstein to pay for their travel and their education. Making these young victims feel indebted to Jeffrey Epstein. Developing a rapport with Victims Maxwell then try to normalize sexual abuse with a minor victim. Joining me now. Our our sisters in Law Maya Wiley Professor at the new school and NBC legal analysts Barbara Maclead, former US attorney and MSNBC contributor and Joyce vans, also a former US attorney, and also MSNBC contributor so ladies first I love the all female panel, but I will say starting out I used to be a field producer for America's most wanted, and my beat was covering missing and exploited children. On, this and ask you if you could. How important is the role of the person WHO's The enabler? The person who is recruiting these young girls and my experience, that person was integral to abuse cases when I was a journalist covering these types of cases so. What what say you on that? Yeah. You're absolutely right, tiffany. This is this person and the person who plays the role that. Just Lane Maxwell accused of playing is a Predator is just as culpable as. Jeffrey Epstein or anyone else who sexually assaults anybody? The reason it's so critical to have a person play the role maxwell is accused of is because it's manipulation gain. We have three hundred thousand young people in this country estimated to be sex trafficked domestically, and what that means is finding young kids met male and female. We shouldn't pretend that it's just girls here. In this country who are vulnerable, who need help who need the support of a system hasn't provided it. These are young women who were disadvantaged in many different ways, and what the role that Maxwell played was to play on their need. Get them to trust and being a woman who does that is particularly important, because if you're a vulnerable young woman, you're more likely to let your guard down and believe that the person who is offering you help means it so her role. Is Pivotal in enabling essentially the victimization of a lot of young women and girls, and it happens all over the country. One of the things that so important about this arrest is that predators who are powerful too often go unpunished. So something I found interesting reporting coming out of the Tampa. Bay Times highlighted that this case is actually being handled by the Office of Public Corruption Unit so I. WanNa ask you, Barbara. What does that say about the scope of this? Nation is that. Link to anyone in the current administration. Is it possible that Labor Secretary Alexander Costa's entangled in this break it down for those of us who don't necessarily know how the inner workings of the Southern District. It's a really interesting detail. Tiffany of the press release that was put out by this other district of New, York. This is also true when the case was originally just against Jeffrey Epstein that the public corruption unit is involved, that's a unit that has specialized training and expertise to deal with public officials who get charged there a lot of nuanced issues that arise when public officials are involved and so it says to me that this case. Case at least touches in some way public officials. Now as you said we know that Alex Kosta had some involvement with this. We don't know that he is a subject or a target of the investigation, but his involvement in negotiating sweetheart plea deal a number of years ago. With Jeffrey Epstein could be a reason. We also know that Prince. Andrew has been implicated as recently as last month Jeffrey Berman. The former US attorney recently ousted. Ousted was demanding an opportunity to talk with him and Prince Andrew was a dodging that request to be interviewed. It may be that he is only a witness and not a subject or a target, but this no doubt touches some people who have positions of power, and that could explain why the involvement of public corruption unit or could be others as yet unknown I think four names I be looking at immediately or not public. Public officials, but enablers as Maya, was talking about. If you look at the plea non-prosecution agreement that was negotiated with the Southern District of Florida back in two thousand eight. You'll see the names of four individuals that Jeffrey Epstein specifically wanted to protect. Those are very likely to be people who were enablers recruiters I'd want to get to the bottom of their role. and I think that this case is not done being charged yet. I want to turn the Joyce. Barbara brought up Berman and his abrupt firing. Do you see any connection here with what the dismissal of Berman and the FCC case? So, Tiffany I think it's very hard to know. We know that. The Attorney General Poll Day late Friday night effort to usher Berman out the door, unceremoniously in the southern district of New York and that didn't work became public when Berman refused to go along and instead of having the Attorney General's political appointee in place. We ended up with a woman who was. was already in the office, a career employee, a career prosecutor who will hopefully be playing things straight up so it's difficult to make any sort of direct political line there what we do know is that this is the classic type of an indictment that looks like prosecutors aren't done. It looks like they're headed in further direction, and that's something that there could perhaps. Perhaps be powerful. People who are interested in shutting off when I say it's a classic indictment. What I mean is this indictment comes in six counts, and there's a I can't. That's a conspiracy count and the maximum penalty. There is five years, but there are also substantive counts and conspiracy counts of enticement and transportation of minors, and those counts actually range from ten. Ten years to lifetime sentences, and so as MS Maxwell, is forced to confront the potential charges. She's looking out. Does she want to go to prison for the rest of her life, or is she willing to cooperate and become a witness and look at lesser charges? Perhaps five year sentence that I think will give some powerful people some reason to sleep poorly. All right. Am I GONNA? Go back to you. What do you think that gain maxwell will do you anticipate that she? Said they say. It's hard to know. We're looking at a case as both Barbara Jo of a choice have said where there are powerful people connected to Maxwell and Epstein. There's the mysterious death of Jeff Jeffrey Epstein that has still raised questions in people's mind. And I think the question becomes. Where do you feel more vulnerable? Do you feel more vulnerable from law enforcement, or do you feel more vulnerable other ways we don't really know. We're not going to know, but the one thing we do know and I think is important to remember is this is an over for the victims? This is only the beginning of what will be a very deeply difficult. Possibly re traumatizing process that they have really bravely stood up and faced down despite the fact that I don't think there's any illusion for them. They will have to protect themselves from further victimization in the way, in which the defense will be mounted for Maxwell. So if there's any decency at all left in this woman, she will certainly spare them.
Judge orders Roger Stone to surrender July 14, denying his request for an extended delay
"To jail U. S. district judge Amy Berman Jackson is denying Roger stone's request to put off the start of a three year sentence until September over concerns about coronavirus she's giving him an additional two weeks but ordering the president's ally and one time adviser to report to prison by July fourteenth stone was convicted of seven criminal counts of obstruction witness tampering and lying to Congress last year he was supposed to report to a federal prison
Judge Orders Trump Adviser Roger Stone to Report to Prison by July 14
"A federal judge's giving Roger stone a longtime political adviser to president trump is short reprieve NPR's Carrie Johnson reported stone will not have to report to prison until July fourteenth Roger stone says he's worried about contracting cove in nineteen in a crowded prison facility so he asked a judge to delay his surrender until September but judge Amy Berman Jackson has decided to give stone just two more weeks of freedom the judge has ordered stone to serve home confinement between now and then since he lives in Florida which has become a hot spot for the virus this week Congress heard testimony from the justice department whistleblower who said stone got special treatment from higher ups to justice because he's a friend of the president trump has said stones cases quote very unfair raising questions about whether he might win a
Roger Stone to report to prison July 14, 2-week delay granted
"A federal judge has ordered Trump confident Roger Stone to report to prison on July the 14th U. S. District Judge Amy Berman, Jackson granted Stone a two week delay because of the pandemic. But not the two months that stone had requested. With prosecutors ascent The 67 year old has been assigned to a federal prison in Jessup, Georgia, while he appeals the November conviction for lying and witness
Democrats wrestle with how hard to go after Trump's scandals
"A little more than four months until the election and the scandals that Democrats after they impeach President Donald Trump have mostly tried to look away from there now piling up and they do feel like they have to do something. I mean, it's just kind of an onslaught of scandals coming out of the trump administration right now so I think they want to be careful and how they go about this. They do want to investigate what's going on. They do want to call attention to it, but they're certainly not going to try to impeach the president again or try to impeach the Attorney General, although some members have called for that. Instead what we're going to see, is the hold hearings and for instance general. William Bar is going to come testify before the House Judiciary Committee at the end of next month. That's going to be a really big deal. You know I think for them. It's a fine line between. How do we call attention to this and also not step on our own electoral message, which is here's what we're doing for voters. Here's why you should bring us back. We're not just the party of investigating trump. We do actually want to get things done for you. Yeah I, want to jump into that in a second, but for those of us who have been living under rocks. Can you just quickly numerate some of the many many things that have? House Democrats up in arms that they they want to look into well. It's kind of an endless list, but. For instance the firing of the Manhattan prosecutor Jeffrey Berman over the weekend. He. The Attorney General issued a statement on Friday night, saying he was stepping down, and then Berman issued his own statements that what I'm not stepping down and then so bar had to actually fire him right, and that was this whole controversy this weekend, so the reason that people are speculating that bar got rid of. Berman was because his office in Manhattan has. Investigated a lot of trump related scandals everything from trump's former fixer. Michael Cohen Hush payments to. Porn stars, and then Rudy Giuliani the trump inaugural committee I mean you know a lot of links to the trump world, so that's one thing that they're definitely gonNA look into and it's. It's not too long ago. That an attorney general resigned over over questions of improper political influence over the hiring and firing of US attorneys select. That's that's a big deal. That's a big deal and that's one. I mean. Bar Is. There's a whole list of things with bill bar that I think I don't even know if they'll have time. They're hearing next month to get into everything. Because bar has really politicized the Department of Justice in a way that we haven't seen in some time and has taken steps. Many of his critics say to try to insulate trump from numerous scandals when they say that DOJ should be an independent body right so. That's one and then there's John Bolton's book which there's a whole string of allegations everything from the Ukraine scandal, which Democrats did impeach trump over to claims that trump requested China. Help Him in the twenty twenty election to other claims that he offered to help quote fix a problem The Turkish president was linked to a bank that was being investigated by the Manhattan Office that we were just talking about so there's a whole list of allegations in Bolton's book. They WanNa look into, and then you know the house. Judiciary Committee on. Wednesday had. Some whistle blowers from DOJ testifying about the DOJ's decision to You know to drop the charges against Michael Flynn. But also but also Roger Stone Oh my God. Oh Right? Yeah, no, there's so much! It's hard to keep track of anyways. There were two whistleblowers that testified before the house. Judiciary Committee on Wednesday about the DOJ decision to drop charges against Michael Flynn and other accusations that the Department of Justice recommended certain sentencing guidelines, which many considered were very light against. Against Roger Stone because of how close he west of the president, and that he was treated differently than other defendants, because of his relation to the president, so these are all things that the House majority is going to look into in the next several months in the run-up to the election, but are we going to see bill bar impeached or anything like? Like that. No, it's GonNa be more about hearings and television clips and things like
NYT: Inside Barr's Effort to Undermine Prosecutors in New York
"I could keep you here for half an hour. Talking about this Jeffrey Berman the breaking news tonight about the US Attorney's office and how Jeffrey Berman? I feel like I, have under described how heroic he is in this story as we know it so far with attorney general embarked from the start according to the New York Times reporting tonight that you covered so well turn general Bar, trying to interfere with the workings of that office, especially in the Michael Cohen case, which Oh by the way, includes individual one donald trump, who is accused in all of those documents of directing the crimes. Michael Cohen was committing. And that's the case, but we discovered tonight. The William Bar is trying to interfere with as soon as he got the job. And if there is a systematic effort inside prosecutors offices to let the president's tendrils extend to prosecutorial decisions for there to be political pressure on how cases are resolved and brought or not brought among other things, the judiciary should know about that, because in some cases, judges may want to correct for that or investigate that or figure that out, if prosecutors. Are being import tuned in that way and so I realized that prosecutors are. Constrained in terms of what they can tell us the public, but when cases are getting messed with when there is interference in the same way that it's a really serious thing to intimidate a witness, or to do other things that obstruct justice if the obstruction of justice is happening. From the upper echelons of the Justice Department at the direction of the president. We need to know about it and this New York Times story tonight with these incredibly well sourced anecdotes about what's been happening inside Sdn Y. I feel like it's the first crack of starting to see that and more prosecutors. More people who know what has been happening inside prosecutors offices with stuff need to squawk and need to let us know, or we can't help fix it. At according if tonight's polls are correct today's new. York Times polls if they are correct. At noontime on January. Twentieth Donald Trump will become available for indictment as individual one in that case, because he will no longer be president of the United States and one of the big questions about that cases. What happens what happens when Donald Trump, if donald trump leaves office at the end of the first term, does he immediately affect? Get indicted in the southern district of New York for the same charges. Michael Cohen has gone to prison for. Four. which US Attorney's assistant, US attorneys have spoken overtly in court in terms of his criminal liability for those acts I mean it. It's It's it does not get more serious than that. In terms of whether or not, this is a country that is built on the rule of law or not, and what we've seen the attorney general due to the US, Attorney's office in DC which decapitated and took over and used it as far as we can tell to squelch cases related to the president, and to go to to bring about unusual and extra-legal lenience for the president's associates in that office. We are now seeing the same attempt on the new. York prosecutor's office and we're learning tonight all this backfield information about how much pressure they have been facing. For months since bar has been in office, I mean it, is it? This is John Mitchell stuff I mean this is, this is as bad as it gets in terms of the administration of Justice and so far Jeffrey, Berman did succeed in fighting off this pressure in incredibly heroic style, and getting his deputy installed as his successor of who he trusts in generally people trust to continue his work. It's just been the the story. Jeffrey Berman has to tell is the most remarkable story that I just can't wait for.
Justice Department officials say decisions are politicized
"To justice department whistle blowers speaking in front of the house Judiciary Committee today outlining a series of allegations regarding what they see as political meddling in department affairs under president trump and Attorney General William Barr judiciary chair Jerry Nadler told those assembled it seems clear that bill bars actions are politically motivated and improper the Attorney General had simply missed judged the situation and thought that Mr Birmingham would go quietly then we might truck up this episode to simple miscommunication and incompetence but make no mistake this was not an isolated incident joining us on the komo news line is A. B. C.'s Adam Kelsey Adam let's go into what Nadler is talking about Nadler and his fellow Democrats on the house Judiciary Committee essentially accusing the Attorney General William Barr politicized apartment justice serving as something of a cheerleader attacked Dr president trump and we heard from a number of witnesses including a former deputy Attorney General under Republican president George H. W. bush said bar refusing political cronies to reverse decisions involving trump associates and the called party completed the race in his lifetime to the rule of law and we also heard some really interesting testimony from a career prosecutor in the justice department who worked on the project stones he testified that pressure from senior department officials including the Attorney General led to more lenient sentencing and anybody else would be getting solely because Roger stone was an associate of president trump that the timing of this testimony was really interesting because it comes just hours after another trump associate general Michael when he found his atheist met after ruling by and you'll score basically coming after the justice department lobbied on his behalf so we're hearing in testimony on Capitol here and we're seeing it play out in real time to dissociate the president trump being treated special are being treated differently than any other average member of the country and the president had this to say today about what he thinks about Michael Flynn saying he thinks Michael Flynn was treated horribly by a group of very bad people expired on a campaign and they should never spy on a campaign to put it mildly never happened before in the history of our country will ease basically pointing the finger back at the Obama administration saying that while he was running for president president trump was running for president back in twenty fifteen to twenty sixteen he's saying that the Obama administration's justice department was illegally looking into what was going on in his campaign and basically comes down to accusations of partisanship and politicization on both sides of the aisle I think that the Democrats really going after the justice department which has been traditionally so independent from what's happening in the White House willing to at times look into and investigate the goings on of his own party at the White House and saying that William Barkat if he's doing is constitutionally required duty just acting on the president's behalf and present health kind of playing the what about game as he looks back a few years and says he with the Obama administration's justice department I was playing politics not his own is this all coming about because of tourney General William Barr removing the district attorney Geoffrey Berman ends yeah I mean it it certainly doesn't help William Barr's case and you know although president trump has the right to dismissed any of these US attorneys at anytime you like he was the optics of the situation William Barr announcing late on a Friday night that Berman with stepping down Berman later saying I never resign showing up for work the next day on a Saturday morning and then it having to be trump who steps in to actually fire him over the weekend it seems like the trump administration there never really crossing the line when it comes to their actions always seems like there's an administrative staff but they're going about it in the wrong way in a potentially illegal waste inspired by the Supreme Court on other issues being flagged on Capitol Hill today it seems like it the governing party administrative aspect of the action that president trump and his administration you get
"berman" Discussed on Kingpins
"This is kingpins. Apar- cost original Alistair and I'm kate every day in May we're featuring a quote by an iconic crime figure teaching us in their own words what it takes to survive in the underworld. Today we returned to a saying we've likelihood once or twice before what you might not know is who coined it. New York. Math whiz turned mafia accountant. Auto Aba Daba Berman with a rice shrug. He'd often wave off. Those who chafed at losing money in a horse racing bet saying nothing personal. It's just business. Sure this type of don't take it personally. Swagger is often born from those who aren't on the losing end of deal for Auto Berman. This was certainly true. He went through life notorious for cheating the system. He'd successfully dodged prison so often that by the time he was crunching numbers for the Mafia thought. He was a haughty smart Aleck. So was Berman. Just telling the hard truth or was he trying to avoid it. It was likely a little bit of both surely the day today of keeping the books for mobster Dutch Schultz men meant Berman. Dealt with some unsavory characters Schultz Lebron's borne gangster whose real name was Arthur flagging. Heimer rose to prominence. During prohibition as a bootlegger by the nineteen thirties though Schultz had diversified his rackets beyond liquor namely by getting into horse racing. It was then that Berman came in helping his boss. Con The numbers racket. The racket was an amateur lottery. Essentially in which ordinary New York folks would pay into guess. Three numbers hoping that they would match the number combination to be drawn the next day that winning number was determined by the sum of money. Gamblers placed on bets at a racetrack. Belmont Park with his flawless math Berman easily calculated. How much Schultz would need to spend at the Belmont track to influence the winning numbers? According to George Weinberg. Another one of Schultz's accountants. Berman's math had their boss raking in money. Pretty much every day as a gentleman though Berman. Didn't want to explain to each poor schmuck hoping to in some extra coin than the numbers racket. Just how the scam went and that they weren't the first to lose out on it in a way it really was just business. Berman was going to jot down his calculations until Schulz's cronies how much to spend and who to collect from no matter the situation he would have done the same thing if he had been keeping books for a dry cleaner or a grocery store. Berman was just the Messenger doing his job crunching the numbers. Still those who will miffed by Berman's attitudes believed it was just a matter of time before someone turned the tables on him. Erman was out for a meal with Dutch Schultz at the Palace Chop House in New Jersey in the fall of nineteen thirty five expecting little more than a medium rare steak and a stiff drink yet instead. He was gunned down with his boss and two associates. If you listen to yesterday's episode you've heard this story. A hit had been put out on Schultz who had made enemies with the larger or crime syndicate an Auto Berman was caught directly in the crosshairs. He would spend one final grueling night battling his gunshot wound only to die at Newark City hospital early. The next morning upon hearing the news some people back in New York just shrugged to them. The shooting wasn't anything personal. It was just the cost of doing business. Simple math you win some you lose some. Thanks for listening. We'll be back tomorrow. With another quote.
"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.
"berman" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast
"This is an intro intro intro intro flow chart with four. Hey do do this all right. Red Light time we gotta be professionals now. When has that ever happened? Never why people have us One of them delirious days into the day my kids left me at least I think that I think WanNa hear what they told me you all right. What are we doing doing jets? Cool man what are we. The family loves you. All right. We got to speed this up because I actually had to get back to my family now all right so today we had a cool chat with Eric. Berman and and Berman Eric is official comment. Berman Berman so this guy. He runs a degree agency in San Diego. So San Diego boy for the last thirty years runs a really cool. Dynamic Agency called brand ties works with a lot of great industry leaders and like cool businesses. That are doing stuff in space and peon strips and telling you what you're deficient with than You know something like that. I don't know the science claim to but it will be on the PODCASTS. I think we're going to try to get rid of it. So but eric is just a cool connector dude that Just has a good agency and holds an amazing event called speakeasy. That may or may not be happening every year because every eighteen months she said all right. Yeah reluctantly only. But it's a lot of work but it's it's I tell them it's like the best event I think we've been too just in terms of the quality of just people and everything that's really how we got to know Eric as he puts on this event and because of this event we've gotten to know so many people I I would venture to say that like his event. The first time we went speakeasy was the turning point for this podcast hundred percent. Right because we went to speakeasy speakeasy. We met Phil Town. We met Tucker Max you know. We met Billie Jean Gene. Shaw we met like the list just goes on and on of all of these people that we got to know as a speakeasy that came onto our podcast. And because those people we're on our podcast we then had the credibility to go after names that we're sort of an equal or higher caliber right so like I would really quite give. I would give a lot of credit to the event like being big catalyst for the success of this podcast So obviously big things to Eric. We've already told them things. Thank him officially really right here without him. Hearing until this episode. Thanks to regain notes. Yeah if it makes the notes get the notes but brack Costanzo. The shout out to him man business partner and he's the one that got us in the door there and opened up that whole network all of this is to say is power masterminds. We talked about that with Eric. Japan working power in a lot of what we're currently doing Eric's just doing it in a different form and it's just being cool matt calls it consulting for Karma you know and I think even till like rolling frazier that one time he's like. Oh I think rolling adopted it. Yeah it it. It works literally sometimes. It sucks when you can't dislike go for the sale or the pitch or whatever but Just cool and when you're cool cool even cooler stuff comes back to you. Yeah that's pretty much what happened. Eric's happen to us in this episode. We also talked quite a bit about company culture and building a good team. A lot of businesses really struggle He. He's built an agency. What do you say thirty? Two thirty seven thirty ish in in the thirties of the amount of employees. He says an exact number on the episode. I'm just drawing a blank on it. But he built a pretty good size business and so I wanted to sort of I dig into. How do you find the right people? When do you decide a new to bring in a new person so we talk a little bit about team building and once you have that team how do you build a culture so that people never want to leave your company and we dive deep on that sort of cultural element of building a great company? Culture it's having a masseuse in there is the key. Yeah and also he started a company. Pretty that was facebook before facebook. That's right yeah and his brother was actually one of the founders of my space. So That's interesting site new. It's all around. They're very social. Yeah those Berman's those Berman awesome. Here's an official bio here. But he but he he tells his story better than exactly then we will do if I read his bio right. So thank you for submitting your bio. Eric we're not gonna read it but but also thank you for telling us your bio in the episode when we get into Smith and so there's not to mention the it's we always mentioned the notes because you know why why man you gotta get the damn notes because we always have you know we got on there taking notes notes every single time you also mentioned the Knows 'cause we want them to get the damn notes. Yeah that's true. Yeah so get the damn notes so you can get those Dan note four free. Yes you can either text the word Comercio. MP Two three eight four seven zero if all you got around you.
"berman" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"It's a five five whipper. I was literally laughing out loud at home And it's just great to see good friend. I'll throw to be able to call him a friend in a long time. Colleague Chris Berman Backyard. The Rich Eisen show. How you doing Chris? I can still crack you up after an APP done my job. You know that sound effect and Nice to be with you and happy holiday. They say we First of all. It's just been a gas with Tommy but I'm not specifically with Lamar Jackson so whoop was kind of invented for Barry Sanders. Right sure. Well he's not the he's the first but this is Barry Sanders like every week so we bring our curly from the three from the three stooges and make you laugh at home. That's what we're doing and it was great. I literally left Iraq. Five five of five Wilbur. And I'm wondering what what is it been like to be paired with with TJ again. Chris I imagine you thought you probably wouldn't get to do you prime time again like Like you did for all those years. Well correct I mean. We can't do it on over the air. TV is the laws the you know the deal with the TV deals and that's been that way as you know so five but First of all Tommy is one of my best friends in life let alone. TV So just to do the show eight to do it with one of your best buddies. And I never thought that would happen. I did suggest to our our new president who we like immensely Jimmy Patera the look at ESPN plus big directive here the parent company Disney. And I think if we can get the rights to do primetime on on that I consider coming back because it's fun. Be I think the viewers or what do you call them on the phone. The phone I. I don't know what I'm saying. Jesse and Tommy was just just on heard of bonus But I also feel I think you being an old time he. SPN person will get this. We started rich we at three million subscribers well the phone or ESPN plus had like what in the twos. When when this went on in September and I think we can move the bar and help up you one last time established if it was a win on every count but to look fans love it? It's one hundred year football the fortieth year of ESPN. Let's just are we in the business and give people what they want and I mean maybe not everybody loves me fine with that. But here's highlights and it's it's a hell of a show we we can now access all the games but really you're not I still think and you do this sort show. I mean I still think you want to sit down and have fool me okay. I've seen the place I've seen this but I didn't see it Tampa in Atlanta. Didn't play let you know what I'm saying. I didn't see that game. And and give it to me in three minutes and give me another one in three minutes and Lo and behold it's forty five minutes rich without any commercials. which is you'd think Massa take take a sip of water on a live job? Do you have a commercial break. Oh God but it's Great Chris. Because again I think in our current day and age those who are you're in charge of Sports television products and distribution are assuming people are seeing everything living on their phones whether it is through twitter or is through just being able to get a text from somebody or they are watching it live through some sort of streaming feed that. You've already gotten that information. And instead now all fans WanNa know is analysis or argument over. Who was right and who is wrong? As opposed to sitting down and getting a story told to them by somebody who is expert at telling a story and has fun. I'm doing it and that conversation about what happened. Not through the prism of XS and os or argument. Just two guys talking. And I can't get enough of it Chris. I can't well neither. Can we doing it. It's a blast. It's something I would watch whether we do it or not and look for the fan. It's for again to reiterate and I've always thought that that premise. which you just laid out was not wrong per se in some way but I do feel every now and then you WanNa give me a half hour? Give me forty five. GimMe Gimme the full meal of especially in football Sunday. Give it to me. Even if I've seen a lot of it but not piece together back to back to back and it's just been to go back to your first question. Yeah it's it's unbelievably ably fun. But it's even better than I thought it would be probably not speaking for Tommy. And maybe better than he thought it would be. I mean it's just it's fun fun to watch the Games we do the show. which was the best show that I've ever done at least show you know and we have to do it again? And if I am Bob Seeger compare myself with a friend of mine but going out on on a final tour. Why wouldn't it be? NFL Primetime. It's it's a gift gift and open to help the fans out there think it's a gift and I'm glad you do I sure do again on. ESPN plus and it's on Sunday nights but it's also available via replay through through Wednesday of of every week. So if you missed it this Sunday you can go to. ESPN plus and and get it. Right now As I went to break Chris I mean the wagon. Circling cling is working right. Now I mean they're I think they're for real. I don't know a lot of people would agree. The kid at quarterback can make some plays with his arm and his legs eggs. John Brown is putting together a season. That only people who own them and fantasy leagues I think are paying attention. To how valuable do you think these bills are Chris. Well I think into the big picture rich and if you look at every team starting with doing we're not we don't have time analyze the whole thing because it's but everybody has some flaws we'll go through all the time but the Buffalo's got a really nice defense and I think that we started to see the turn. Not that if you score twenty so you went all the games anymore. But we don't have a year like last year richly fifty four fifty one right the rams of the chiefs forty three to forty or forty five five forty two will have some of those but the super bowl was kind of kickoff of you know. Bring your defense get. That may count for little more the next year and I think we've seen a lot of that this your show on that premise. Buffalo has a really nice defense Do they have Bruce Smith defensive no but they they have a really good team defense. which is Sean McDermott fourteen. Anyway Leslie Prager. So can they score in the twenty S. That's the question for Buffalo. 'cause you know they. They held they lost the game in which they gave up. Nineteen sixteen two weeks ago to Cleveland. So can the score on the twenty s if so joe then they're definitely viable because as you know defense is portable and they're not GonNa win the division they could but so they'll be early on the road for every game. They play if they're lucky enough to make the playoffs and defense is portable bad weather. It works so in that way. Yes and if you look at Okay so New England and Baltimore their head and shoulders above everybody. At the moment you know the cheap short things out so if you look at those two teams Buffalo Brianna defense. Yeah they can make some. Don't I guess I believe that I know it. It looks like they may have to go. They could wind up up say in Indianapolis or Houston for for a wild card weekend playoff contest or even Tennessee And that that that one is out of the realm for for Buffalo to actually win a playoff game for the first time in forever and then you know One of your adopted. NFC teams with the forty niners. They bring in their defense. It's too I mean What who is the best team in the NFC based on what you can tell? Chris Berman through eleven weeks. That's a very good question. NFC Wash Josh first of all Richard. Isn't it nice in the NFL. Primetime we get. The Forty Niners is bills playoff football. I thought that was very nice. That's team as we shit. Now I might lean to New Orleans I know the forty niners only have one loss against it and that'll be a huge game down there in a couple of weeks Only because of the balance. And we're looking at what six ten and we were looking at San Francisco Seattle and the rams in the West. We're looking Green Bay. MINNESOTA WILL NEW ORLEANS. That's six and then pick a team in the. Let's let's just say seven. Who's the best balanced? I lean to war liens now. Drew doesn't look quite right yet. Some I get get it but every team Kinda lost game two weeks ago and they all came back and won so to answer your question. Best Balance New Orleans. But here's Aaron Rodgers. Here's that San Francisco Defensive Russell Wilson picked before the year to be the MVP and we'll see So what do you think I mean I in. That's a tight a couple of weeks ago. It looks like Minnesota might have the best balance although they don't have. I like the quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Russel Wilson are different breed as drew. Brees it as I am I am I am agreeing with you because I I still in terms of balance in terms of experience and in terms of being able to put points on the board and being able to take away what a team can do with takeaways the the saints still still add up they still add up to all of that. You know what I'm saying. I mean they still add up when it comes down to it you you know who will be able to consistently do it. Who can do it in your house? Whose House would be tough for you to win in And I do. I still just buy into football. All God's stuff whether it is you know as you pointed out you know your your favorite teams or adopted teams or are playing. Well when when your show is put back on the air on ESPN PM. Plus just everything. The fact that the saints wanted all in Miami. It's ten years later. I just I just. I don't know I put it all together and I. I still think that the saints thanks. Despite that slip up a clunker happens every now. And then I'm just going to say that's an outlier energy with the saints. Look like for the next six months and if you go to football gods theory which you know you you can go broke predicting Their old one right. I'm not saying that that's why they would then advance to the super bowl. But that's another thing thing that's certainly lines up. I mean we don't have to Rehash January. Well it's also the year before to the miracle that might Minnesota pulled off. I mean back to back years for the saints needs to be knocked out in those Gutting Fashions I. I hear you have Chris Berman here on the rich Eisen show so The NFL one hundred all time team show is on Friday night on NFL network. I am thank. You voted on it and that's a year and a half ago when I don't we taped it in May may and Belichick is dynamite. Chris I mean he is so good at being the analyst for this show along with Collins worth he is so very good. It's GonNa blow a lot of people away. Well let me just aside and I know bill pretty well and every time through the years we get into would discussion about not. So what are you gonNa do left tackle but So let's talk about what for example. This is years ago. Now when he passed curly Lambeau. I did a lot of homework on curly. Lambeau I mean we know. Who isn't you know other you? You should read some articles and this and that and you knew all about it. Not because he was passing him just because he's a he loves the history of the game now in this on this committee. Bill probably told you this when you take your show. Maybe you didn't didn't so he went back and looked at film of guys in the Thirties and the forties and the Linemen in the thirties. Asian and the forties. Well Bill Belichick is going to look at and this is where all our twenty six or twenty seven twenty eight person panel. We're listening to you. Know I went back and looked at XYZ for two minutes WHOA. I wasn't that impressed when I first looked at Bronco Gerski but the more I look at wall now my two questions. He went back to look at Brock Gerski. So And I will. We'll say this and I I called him privately before I made my final vote. Not Checking hadn't decided but I wanted to run a a few of the borderline borderline for example in our final Bala. We had to pick ten quarterbacks. Do you know the guy. I'm not mentioning. Do you know the guys you have to cut cut to make only ten quarterback at ten A.. Lot No it's not a lot because the first seven or eight in almost every position obvious we're not ranking in order order so back to bill. I ran a lot of the positions by. I didn't tell them who I was leaning like again. Three names sometimes Eh. One spot kimmy what you say. He had someone everybody whether they were often the forties fifties or more likely seventies or eighties. Who early in his career? He was an assistant coach against well and off. He brings that to the broadcast to Chris for for the players of that era thirties and forties. Who make the team because there are that do that? Do make the team we we let or the NFL films people. Obviously we're producing it had ballot check run through those guys. He was the one who talked about those guys through. The Bella straighter is what it's called where he does the coaches clicker with whatever greenie filmmaker. They could on earth for some of these players and the things that he would say for these guys. We were all blown away the same thing as you're like Whoa. We had the same reaction action to on the set and the the reverence that he would have saved for the Baltimore Colts because you know he grew up watching those guys The way that he would talk about them with a certain Certain excitement which is the only word to put it for him and it was great. And here's one of my favorite rich stories.
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"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. sports flag. all right thanks bill will start with football Ezekiel Elliot gets the deal we wanted six years ninety million fifty million and guarantees that makes him the highest paid running back in the NFL so again Z. into cal boys will host the giants late on Sunday afternoon. in the season opener they want Nick Foles dealing with abdominal soreness but the jaguar is expected to play in the season opener against Kansas city on Sunday Antonio brown posted on social media a letter he received from the team that detailed about fifty for granted fines for missing time during training camp and of course brown is none too pleased from the college game Notre Dame starting running back your forearm strong expected to miss at least a month with the groin injury suffered in Monday's season opening win at Louisville Tennessee dealing. with issues of their own of course they were upset by Georges St week one reserve wide receiver Jordan Murphy a defensive back to real Bailey have left the program. hi to baseball we go we'll start with the games in progress will star in the sixth inning in New York Yankees lead the Rangers three or nothing the Reds a one point lead the Phillies five nothing it's now five four in favor of Cincinnati there in the sixth inning fifth inning in Pittsburgh. the pirates ly the Marlins two to one yeah Indians leave the white Sox three two in the fourth also in the second red Sox one nothing over the twins third inning in Saint Louis the giants with the cardinals to her nothing also second inning in Kansas city Tigers and Royals all are scoreless. I'm Jay Berman Hey this is B. T. braided theory talk about your favorite teams and get breaking NFL news all day every day right here on CBS sports radio..
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"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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"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. 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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"Berman Sports flash all. Right Bill we'll. Start with the college football scoreboard that's right. College football's return one. Game inside, the top twenty five that would be, twenty, first, ranked, UCF and, they, lied Connecticut twenty seven ten late first-half other, scores of note Minnesota league's New Mexico, state twenty one ten in the second quarter also Oklahoma, state, out, quickly on, Missouri, state. First quarter ten nothing OSU leads it Utah to Weaver state not the. Start the utes wanted a trail three to nothing first-quarter five minutes to play head on over to the CBS sports network. For, Wake Forest and two lane there midway through the first quarter and they are scoreless meanwhile. Northwestern and. Purdue already a big ten matchup first-quarter. Six minutes to play northwestern has a seven nothing lead, and they're knocking on the door. Already in the red zone for the second time in the game again northwestern leads at seven or nothing coming up in a matter of moments Texas am takes on north Western state. And of course we, have games on Friday as well from the NFL final night of the preseason meanwhile Colin capper Knicks collusion case. Has, some legs it's headed to cord an arbitrator denied the NFL's request that. His grievance be thrown out Capper Nick. Claims owners conspired against him because of his views on social injustice I quickly to the baseball scoreboard and, the, fifth. Inning Yankees lead the Tigers. Four two three also in the fifth cardinals lead the pirates three nothing cubs three nothing over the. Braves, in the third couple of finals brewers over. The reds at eleven. To two one Indians beat the twins five three I'm Jay Berman There's nothing quite like fishing with all you guys here, at, CBS. Sports radio Brown Beyond eastern, seven.
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"O on live from new york city berman and michael riedel in the morning on seven ten w o r happy wednesday everybody the big three we are awaiting the arrival of resin the united states to long island where he's going to be talking with congressman peter king who will be our guest very shortly to give us the inside scoop on the problem with that ms thirteen gang out there also in the big three we have the name of the bus driver who was involved in that fatal that terrible bus crash in new jersey last week huddy mold row senior seventy seven years old license has been suspended in the past and was cited eight or ten times depending on reports you have for speeding and he was driving that bus that killed the social studies teacher and the ten year old girl and rounding out the big three no more plastic straws viggo council is gonna vote to ban plastic straws you can save the fishy are gonna put in a vote today and they went to also do away with those plastic stirs so they're anti plastic where's the plastic industry don't they have a lobbyist with that i know i'm drinking i'm drinking my nestle pure life out of a plastic bottle right here we're all drinking out of plastic plastic all over the place so those are the the big three i don't know about the straws i like a straw because when i go to the diner you get those grungy glows paper paper straws tastes like paper they ruined the taste of the coffee or the orange juice or whatever you're heading for life's tough you know life's tough how do you feel about straws lynn we have another caller this is based on the driver in the fourteen citations john in rockaway new jersey one of the way in good morning john come on in guys you know i'm a tractor trailer driver.
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"Berman and michael riedel in the morning kevin tran w o good morning everybody you know when we were just talking about the fiftieth anniversary of the odd couple strikes me that we're a bit of an odd couple i'm funny and fast and smart and clever really yes runner clever the way my whip shaw mind works lynn and me what am i i went to syracuse i was gonna say went to columbia no man he was five beta kappa at columbia and magnitude loud i must say so yourself well and i'm also modest did i throw modesty as well and don't hurt yourself patting yourself on the back tony thing what did i do to piss off the autograph playbill for you all right so muller and trump headed for a showdown it has emerged of the washington post broke the story yesterday that muller speaking to trump's lawyers threatened to subpoena the president in his hunt for russian collusion lynn so do we know if he's going to make good on his threat you may not have to because trump keeps saying i wanna talk to him i think he'd be nuts to talk to him so i think probably have to well we know what he's going to ask him because the questions fifty questions were leaked to the new york the white house.
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"The pitch on her purring is simply perfect nice on i know berman and michael riedel in the morning we're so i still i still get the red envelopes because you can't get everything stream for example there are a lot of foreign movies that i like that i can only get when i ordered them and the little red envelope from net flicks the problem is though i get them and i never get around to watching them so i have a an italian movie marriage italian style it's called great so feeler and i think i've had that red envelope with the dvd in my house for about nine months i it doesn't matter you can keep it as long as long as you want you just pay the monthly fee and i do stream stuff i mean i stream a lot of movies that i like long there because i can't get a marriage style streaming it so i have it it's part of my permanent collection now because i have not mailed it back yet to netflix so i'm gonna keep my subscription to get those rare movies that you can't stream online.