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"bevan" Discussed on Zealot

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"bevan" Discussed on Zealot

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Tropical Storm Expected To Hit Louisiana This Weekend

Retirement Road Map

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Tropical Storm Expected To Hit Louisiana This Weekend

"Radio well we're less than a week into hurricane season and the third tropical storm is approaching the Gulf coast tropical storm crystal ball is expected to make landfall in Louisiana as early as tomorrow night Jack Bevan a senior hurricane specialist at the national hurricane center in Miami says neighboring states could also feel the storm's impact hello the not have a classic tropical storm or hurricane structure so the second page where the center makes landfall is not going to get the worst impacts likely to occur will put east of where the center makes landfall so you've got the center makes landfall in Louisiana you could please significant impact as far east of Mississippi Alabama western Florida

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Tropical Storm Bertha makes landfall on South Carolina's coast

Kevin McCullough Radio

00:24 sec | 6 months ago

Tropical Storm Bertha makes landfall on South Carolina's coast

"Dot com senior hurricane specialist Jack Bevan of the national hurricane center says tropical storm Bertha made landfall this morning on the South Carolina coast shortly after it formed it by its landfall near or just east of Mount Pleasant North Carolina a little bit to the east of the Charleston area was almost all storms with heavy rains several streets flooded in Charleston less than one thousand power outages were

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"bevan" Discussed on Building Business Resilience

Building Business Resilience

11:39 min | 7 months ago

"bevan" Discussed on Building Business Resilience

"What the knock-on effect is that. After people dragging one of the things I find interesting when it comes to letting people in general not they get aligned structured full them so what went on with. My job was to foment calendar where people follow day to day macadear as would say what the do it in a month's time uneven sort of if he said Tuesday the seventeenth of March for off the new. What am I doing? You'd be able to click on your calendar. Find out what it was overseeing. Now that's all gone so it you'll like the three of us away the professors spokesman. How you kind of phone at your own disciplines an old China House who oversees all food at the moment and to me. That's an informal life. Which is I'm home. Schooling this fellas behold school by me. I don't WanNa do it. I suppose we're bolting regard. You know unless you're one of the heroic people who actually work is at the moment who finally again the respect. They deserve either in society. Because let's be honest it's embarrassing that arena. He celebrated isn't teachers. And Yeah but but the rest of US really disciplined really have to do to stay at home unto try and have some kind of normality no lives. Nobody comes as health wellbeing. Generally think of that opens up These force I follow replays interested get involved with coaching wise on twitter around then making up things in that DOT com. The same way that you almost arrive we got no. We got no serve luxuries anymore. We have to kind of to knock it down and figure out what we're doing on our own. Un's that'll ganic into feeling is a level of society. I think it's interesting to see that we all sort of the same boat. I'm Rachel unprepared. We will talk about the guys. They the Australian Rugby League team. The won the world championship. I can't think of the name of them. They've they've almost been disbanded recently. And they're looking for jobs now on building sites at of them just to keep income coming in. I went in. I religiously watch the news and I should do a little bit less because I think it doesn't really much your mental health move and having lived in America. Look a lot of NBC CNN you know. He's a blessed news and it looks as if the majority of people would y Olympic hunt mouth or financially healthwise Emerson Saudis. Taking something like this how infrastructural crikey we should have been a little bit wolf. You just lying here. We should have had a slightly white outlook on on where we go and to me. Personally give me an insect will when I retire which is its own point of no longer. Go to work to fill in the ALA's Gift find an income from somewhere over and above what was her pension beyond anything to yourself. Nothing you except for the Knights. Admiral whatever is Latino my family to look after and when do it's? It's a little bit of a dress rehearsal. I feel it just seems to be like the wheels a little bit. Resetting itself in making this kind of appreciate all kind of freedom and all the things we had I every time do improvise them. Yes and And I'm sure you you you get the same as I do. I get emails every three or four minutes of the moment from every company that had ever been Or Awesome Line saying this is a cove ninety policy. India newsouth going homologue is completely disingenuous. Isn't won't authenticity that. Because you can't tell me that Ryan Harrell Amazon's GonNa equivalent environment policy of mill. Let's be honest is six weeks anyway. Ans We were better off just a bit in the fact that we don't really know what's going on moment isn't holding up the pretense of know exactly what we're doing as long as we've got a piece of paper says this is our policy. I think I think as problematic it creates a sense to us time things. Okay isn't what are some of the pulse effects of can item thinking about the wooden dolphins that everyone's always talking about an dolphins from from my own going back twenty years and I always took a new route. Transparent isn't the Bryant of sneak feel and this is proven over years of research evidence to show that You know a positive relationship mental health and physical which is obviously you know if you feel good and you feel healthy as opposed cardiology. You Mental Health would also I feel is is probably as as addressable than his same correlation with negative physical health a negative mental health. Which is if you let yourself go into a if you just let yourself go a little bit too much than the negative physical health as knock a mental health. So I think when it comes to address your questions I pose affects of out is just. It's just a question of Walked you'll health means to you to some people it might need. I will have some some white till eighteen to be able to enjoy my my retirement To to be able to deny them out we'd be being fit and healthy is is your own personal thing say exercise it releases. A stressful cultural is very pull metaphor coming times but the Colt is all in on its release. Releasing exercises is almost like a vaccine where you give the body limited pay so that. I overcompensate super compensates and gives a lot will pleasure down the light. So that's what does the thirty minutes of paying running in all of the physical edition you go through has a huge knock on effect through the damn hard trip one or the other. That's something just hard to convince people rock. She won't exercise. 'cause you know the benefits that you wouldn't golfing society. Don't do the tweet. Magnets is essentially when those things up if you go on the path of becoming physically active you reap the benefits and you want to be more physically active and I think the same thing happens. Negative is while you end up sitting on the on the Sofa just eating chocolate. Delete the junk food. I think ends up being a little bit of the defoe. Serve you as well. Yeah I've told my kid all football and I've been off off exciting into week six and it does. It does impact on the mind as well. totally all of that. You know I've always been active in the gym forty five times a week. Five side gone from being active everyday to secretary on and the chocolate in the fridge. You just want to grab hold of. It doesn't make you any happier. The more the more I think exercise and the more you put your body through something the more happier in the more feeds to me the more energy. I actually have more energy. I use almost like a dynamo effect so I can totally understand the the concept of you know if you exercise the body feels a lot better. Well yes it does mean. Mental health is been in the news the last few years more than I a house done on a surprising when you read between the lines of all those things is surprised at the prevalence alleging mental physical health. It's it's it's is often one is fed. Awesome into the other and the business will come out of this. I read about the Wuhan problems. In China. May originated from whether it be locked up for three or four. Munson and saying this is what relative. Add Lexus like. It's the thing. When he looked in the house she come to yourself. People getting used to not as defoe sentence of people getting used to doing nothing. People get used to not energy not to a frightening thought. That is so what if someone's never looked before any tips. Yes you have to enjoy it a person experience into this. I hate cycling so if someone who to to me if I was position by needed to get active and I was going to shoot on doing something. I didn't enjoy that. Never be sort of repeatable. Sustainable I just wouldn't want to do it so you go try and find something that interested it might be weightlifting all or even to the pug. If you exercise maybe take a little bit more interest in what you're in your mouth along that continuum somewhere from trading hearts two intensity training to actually look enough to Tricia along long continuum. Someone is going to be something that he enjoy doing. The biggest game anybody is just find out one single three or four things that he actually joined you and just doing relatively often Somebody contact me for sport the other day and said look in contrast to the intensity ham. So what will see their advice and I know this is quite well and he does probably four or five trading sessions High-intensity recent improvement. But let the improving nutrition improve your sleep habits drink water bed. All these things will then state with you way. Way Past the coding ninety crisis that will end up in could have. It might look Putin all up. That's my signed a miss. Okay move on so eastern healthy moines pulled in Troublesome climate than it is generally a normal times argued. That isn't because you can't go online at the moment without seeing some post from somebody training in it back and auguring wait. Saw doing this because people are just say. This is what I'm doing at all but being healthy is a continuum you know in Brennan. The moment of struggling mental physical have sickness the diabetes stresses unsightly. These things predate cooler ninety so to all of a sudden. Say Right okay. Another got to be stuck in our homes we have to focus on. Our House is a little bit to do. -nology with with what you guys do is is like saying we'll write a glowing gold and now right the baddest Ovum expenditure should have been something that should be in the background Out For the last fifteen twenty years. Suppose so it's look. I hope that we look back at this time. Even thank yes. It wasn't a little bit of a reset button far as dudes but Staying healthy is is something. That's very important whatever's going world so what source of information for those who want to stay healthy wanting knocked on one of the most important parts is actually knowing exactly where to get information from being filtered information is is what a Gouda was nominated for that predates the Internet over the Internet. That said Lilia the POPA people get all the noise at the moment that if you get Every nine o'clock in the morning we looked Julie Student has the cage which is great because it engages the children and things like that the popularity on the accuracy needs to be hubs. No some some of the sources that you can go online especially to comes to health living Which is a health.

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"bevan" Discussed on Baseball Things

Baseball Things

06:25 min | 8 months ago

"bevan" Discussed on Baseball Things

"Over Tustin backdoor chatted with us for a couple minutes And then the next day we were back so the last game of the trip and Carson walked by and thanks again Carson and he looks up and he walks overdose. He's like hey good to see you guys again. Hey what the lineup card from today. And he just handed it to us and another just really cool memory for everybody. Like that's awesome you know especially as Carson rises through kind of the mariners and and or the League and him in P and. Yeah they're all. It's it's actually talking about that last last week. I think on on baseball things Where you know at some point these guys going to be moving up. They're GONNA be in the big leagues or they're going to be with other organizations so you know enjoy them you know certainly enjoy them now I got that impression from From CV to you know a couple of times he's DM me On twitter to send me in the right direction on something or I think even one time he said thanks for keeping it real mad because there's a lot of bad information out there but what I took from that was In for mere stories is you know while it's certainly someone anecdotal for somebody like me. You're really anybody To point to all the positives that are happening the organization right now in terms of you know future success but the stories that you're telling our real unfactual like good people that enjoy the game that understand You know the importance of of Fan Interaction and you know truly building something. It sounds like you know you get a winning the baseball field and if all that other stuff is already there like the ceiling is so much higher when you have that combination. I you know I can talk about wins and losses but once you get to winning if the folks that are invested in you are invested in you all the way to the ceiling. it's just that much better at it. It's it's that much more special. I was having a conversation with With my buddy Jo Kaiser about this. How differently the next? Winning mirrors team might actually look in terms of where the players come from and how much they had played together in. The minors could look a lot different. But it sounds like in this day and age. So they're actually taking advantage of the opportunities. They have to really help folks such as yourself invest themselves in in the people that are involved in you know when you turn on the television and you watch them you a little bit disconnected but providing some sort of a connection in a link that goes beyond watching players on television. It's really cool to hear him and other glad you're able to come on and and that you wanted to come on and that you had the ideas all your idea wasn't mine To tell that story because I didn't think that's important moving forward especially when you know you've seen me tweet about it. Baseball Major League baseball as a whole. They don't understand what they don't know what they're doing. They don't know how to promote their game they don't know who to promote it to It's amazing they'll either promoted to kids not realizing that the parents need to be involved in this Or they'll promote it to people who have the money which aren't the kids so they seem to go one way or the other but the individuals that are involved seem to understand. It's just really when I thank you for sharing your time and telling your stories You know here You know especially in this this format and this time we had an opportunity to step away from you know Kinda Geeky nece Of the game that we're usually doing baseball things to To tell some cool stories and share your experiences and and I hope folks that are hearing this go. Hey Yeah I wanNA do that too. That's really cool. I want to go down to spring training because when I push Spring Training Cathy. I push it in a different way. This is your opportunity. This is your opportunity to the minor league Kids on the BACKFIELD'S. Kinda separate without huge crowds And that's the draw for me. So that's the part that I share with folks but you know you in a different position with kids and and just trying to get the Fan. Experience that way provides a completely different values Thank you for doing that. Thank you for supporting The podcast as well. I appreciate you following me for a long time and not getting rid of Not Blocking me on twitter. Because I you know I tell folks to go sometimes but I I really appreciate you joining me on Virtual Beers here. The Virtual Beers addition of Of Baseball things and I hope things are going okay for you in quarantine that everybody stays safe and at some point we get baseball back so we can continue to do our thing. Yes well thank you. It was my pleasure. It was fun and like I said I've been following you for such a long time. It's kind of strange to actually be talking with you now but But no I loved being part of it and I you know I love the show and You know on my own little quick mention about this show is right now. I just cannot get enough drafts talk so if you're ever looking for a way to sell some time you. I'm hoping your default will be draft. I I don't care if it's speculating on who. They might taken rounds four. I love it. Well here's what you just did okay. I'm recording as soon as we get off your record baseball for subscribers. I you literally just added draft talk to the to the menu. I love and I'm GonNa Throw one day about you too because it goes right along with Spring training but as we were leaving the backfield's on our very last moment there in Peoria. We saw Sam Carlsen walking from one of the fields to another. We stopped and chatted with him. Another kid couldn't have been nicer and we talked. You're just a minute about his younger brother. That's a senior in high school this year. And named I think Max Carlson and you were just like hey are you. Do you think the mayor's will take your brother. And he was like man. I don't know it'd be awesome but there's still wanted thirty chance and I don't. I don't really know how MAC's profiles if he is. You know if the draft five rounds if he looks like somebody would get drafted or not but anyway I was meaning to to send a question and ask you what you thought of him so here. I'll just ask you live in in math tomorrow. Carlson absolutely all right cool. We'll get that in and propose that a little later this evening and Enjoy thank you for the support. Really appreciated Thank you for everything that All the stories you told their big value here. A lot of fun Virtual Beers. I pretended to drink a beer this whole time. You were telling those stories so it worked really appreciate African right..

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"bevan" Discussed on Baseball Things

Baseball Things

04:44 min | 8 months ago

"bevan" Discussed on Baseball Things

"Know like when we go and have like an actual personal interaction with them like it's training which I think we're going to talk about. That's when I start to get a little more. Like oh he was just so nice. That's when the rule you know the female side we really female sports fan really comes out in. I get more of an emotional attachment and I think most people would when I'm like. Oh but he was just so nice to my kids you know but yeah I get it and that's the beauty of baseball though so those things are important. It doesn't really have anything to do with baseball. But it sends that family home thinking a little bit differently about the game of baseball The uniform the color is the team. And certainly the player. And that's the difference. You just don't get a whole lot of that with the other sports. The opportunities really not there. I mean in the NFL and it could see their faces. That's the beauty baseball. I mean that's what grabbed me as a little kid so I completely understand it. I think that's pretty typical of folks when they tell the stories of you know why baseball's different for them and why they're so big into it okay to non baseball questions really quick before we roll and you have a spring spring training story at least one to tell I'm curious and the reason I'm asking questions like this When you tell your story I want to know a little bit more about you. So I'm going off baseball for this. So tell me who your favorite character from your favorite television show happens to be like if somebody asked me that question. I'd be like totally Michael Scott. He was idiot and but just a great a great source of like as soon as he left the show. It completely changed. I I would go Michael Scott like something like that. You know I my first instinct is to say probably Rachel from friends okay. Do you don't sound very impressed by that. Do you relate to that because I actually. I'm a huge fan An unapologetically I think it's hilarious. How people on social media like to bash friends say it was a trashed. I'll make you go ahead and do that. I own every season on prime. Because I'm not waiting for. Hbo Max like I don't care what you think. I actually look back at that show and think that those actors that the main six just didn't get enough credit for how well they performed on that show for. What ten years from now? Showing an impressive to me. Do you relate to Rachel was just. She was just funny. In Y- I think it was the I think I just love the show so much and you know especially the age I was at when it was on and I just Jennifer Aniston always seemed cool especially back then So that's I guess the one that jumps out but I don't know you know honestly. I'm not very good at answering those kinds of questions when you know like the favorite prospect. I don't I think longmore onto like a group that the named individual did you notice by the way while we're on friends topic that at some point and I think it was like right around season I wanna see somewhere between seasons three and five all of a sudden. Rachel was skinny Israel. I hit like why like seriously that there was nothing wrong with Rachel. She was attractive. She was funny fit. They had the Ross thing and it was like she went out and like when unlike a low carb diet or something like out. I'm not complaining. I'm just saying it was Kinda weird and and I always worry that back in the nineties. Man They asked some of those accuracy crazy things. I just hope that we don't ever find out. They asked her right. Yeah we could talk all night about that. We could and we shouldn't do a friends episode for. Oh Yeah so one more than we're going to get your Your Spring Training Stories Do you have a go-to quarantine style snack or meal like for me lately? It's been Chilean rice. I've been just going nuts on the man see again. I'm terrible at this game Well actually what? Here's what I'll say especially because it's something that I don't normally have non warranty but we've been having like movie night with the kids almost every night right because it's just you know we're all here all day and at that point it's like okay. Let's let's do something and it's to the point. I think they're getting a little tired of it. But we're doing it at least at this point at least every other night and we have been having practically every time. You've been having a root beer float while we watch a movie such a good idea it's a classic it's easy to make but you know here's the problem with. Gruber floats for me. I gotTa have the root beer and I gotta have the right ice cream. Because it's just average you'll rubira aboriginal ice cream. I'm probably out right. Well yeah and I and I hear you there. I think I'm Kinda the opposite where I'm like. Okay this is you know. We're all eating way more than we ever have. And and we're bored so we want to bake and there's always stuff around and so I actually switched to the Diet root beer.

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Kentucky AG asks FBI to investigate pardons by former Gov

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:31 sec | 11 months ago

Kentucky AG asks FBI to investigate pardons by former Gov

"Year democratic Kentucky governor Andy Bashir says he supports a call for the FBI to investigate a flurry of pardons by former Republican governor Matt Bevin the pardons have drawn criticism from both sides of the political aisle Bashir says he'll let the state's Attorney General and law enforcement take the lead if there is to be an investigation into pardons issued by the former governor us all his comments on it and as the Attorney General you know I I I trust him and and and the FBI to do what they think is right Bevan issued hundreds of parties during his final weeks in

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FBI possibly probing pardons by ex-Kentucky governor, report says

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

02:46 min | 1 year ago

FBI possibly probing pardons by ex-Kentucky governor, report says

"And the FBI may be looking in the controversial pardons made by Kentucky's former governor Matt Bevin according to our reports lawmakers from both his Republican Party and the Democratic Party and Kentucky say they're concerned some of Bevins last minute pardons before he left office were actually favors to supporters CBS news correspondent don Taylor report doesn't granted more than four hundred pardons and commutations some went to convicted murderers another went to a man who served less than two years for the rape of a nine year old but his lawyer tells us he's innocent he says the governor got it right and the pardon was not bots it just felt like a slap in the face fell like a ton of bricks at me I just kind of collapsed to the floor sobbing incurring this mother who Estes to conceal her identity to protect your family since she was given no warning that Mike a shuttle the man convicted of repeatedly sexually assaulting her daughter was going free I wish that I want to come and talk to me first before he gave Mike pardon and and that was never done shuttle Sir just nineteen months of a twenty three year sentence I was shocked to hear that he was even considering a pardon for Mike a shuttle much less granting one Kentucky public prosecutor rob Sanders help put shuttle behind bars this was a very very lengthy case that was litigated heavily to hear that he was basically erasing all the work that we had done was just shocking in a radio interview last week Bevan of father of nine defended his pardon of shuttle by claiming there was no physical evidence if you have been repeatedly sexually violated as a small child by an adult there are going to be replications of that physically and medically a twenty twelve study found that about ninety percent of child victims don't show physical evidence of abuse this isn't a Democrat prosecutor coming after Republican governor I was a supporter of Matt Bevins but what he's done is just absolutely wrong the problem is he's granted hundreds of pardons to people with little or no research into who they are what they did or whether or not they've turned their lives around and are worthy of a pardon as for the victim's family I think my daughter is going to return to counseling because she has read Bevins comments about her and I know it upsets Sir other than that we're just kind of taking one day at a time center says they have opened an investigation into shuttles pardon he says the governor's pardon file includes letters from the defendant and his family but nothing from the victim police or prosecutor's case they're looking at how the case got on to the governor's desk and if there were any favors

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US governor issues 428 pardons on leaving office.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

02:14 min | 1 year ago

US governor issues 428 pardons on leaving office.

"Governor Matt Bevin issued. Four hundred. Twenty eight pardons Auden's in his final days in office a list that includes multiple violent offenders. The Republican pardon to convicted child rapist as well well as a convicted murderer. whose brother raised money for Mr Bevan's election campaign? Mr Bevan was defeated by Democrat. Andy Bashir in November After a contentious election the flurry of pardon sent shockwaves. Through the state's legal system state prosecutors told local media. They had not been consulted altered on Mr Bevan's decision and families of the victims were not notified in advance. I'm a big believer in second chances. Mr Bevan's said in a statement to the Washington Post newspaper. I think this is a nation that was founded on the concept of redemption and second chances and new pages in life Mr Bevan space of pardons includes Dayton Jones convicted of sexually assaulting a fifteen year old boy Brett twitter convicted of killing a pastor and his wife while all drink driving and a woman who was sentenced to life in prison for throwing her newborn baby in the trash after giving birth in a flea market outhouse he also pardoned the man who was sentenced to twenty three years in prison last year for raping a nine-year-old child. The extensive list includes Patrick. Brian Baker convicted in two thousand seventeen of reckless homicide robbery in hustling a police officer and tampering with evidence links to a two thousand fourteen home invasion invasion that resulted in the death of Donald Mills. Mr Baker's brother and sister-in-law held a political fundraiser for Mr Bevan last year raising twenty not wanting a half thousand dollars and donating an additional four thousand dollars to his campaign at the same event. Mr Baker had served just two years of his seventeen eighteen year sentence when Mr Bevan pardoned him on the night of December he's co-conspirators in the robbery and homicide when not pardoned poll. Poll suggests Mr Bevan left office as one of the least popular governors in the country following high profile battles with unions and teachers

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Former Kentucky governor Matt Bevin under fire for issuing 660 pardons

NBC Nightly News

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Former Kentucky governor Matt Bevin under fire for issuing 660 pardons

"Former governor of Kentucky Matt Bavin is facing a fierce backlash tonight for pardoning or commuting. The sentences of hundreds of people including murderers rapists the sister of one murder victim saying Bavin can rot in Hell. Here's Peter Alexander Tonight just days after leaving office former Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin is under fire for issuing four hundred the twenty eighth pardons and commutations. According to the Louisville Courier Journal among those Bevan pardoned a man convicted of raping a nine-year-old child another who hired a Hitman to kill was business partner a man who killed his parents and a man who beheaded a woman before stuffing her in a barrel governor

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Michael Bloomberg — shiny new pebble or fool's gold?

Monocle 24: The Globalist

06:37 min | 1 year ago

Michael Bloomberg — shiny new pebble or fool's gold?

"When the former mayor of New York Michael Bloomberg decided not to run for the US President in twenty sixteen. He said it was because he was unsure of whether America was ready to be run by a white white billionaire mogul. Well that's the Bloomberg could have another go. This worried that there's no clear Democrat candidate to beat Donald Trump will tell us more uh. La Bureau chief collateral Rabelo a very warm. Welcome back to the program. Collage tell us about Bloomberg and his bid. How serious is this is because by all accounts since two thousand and eight that has not been a presidential election without speculation that might Michael Bloomberg might run? Yes and what's important to get right here. Is that this move by Michael. Bloomberg doesn't mean that he's necessarily definitely running now at this point he's just keeping his options Sion's open. He's ensuring that whenever he eventually makes that decision he is allowed to run if he chooses to do so so hard that he has filing the paperwork work that is needed while he has filed the paperwork that is needed to become a candidates in the Democratic primary in Alabama which is a state that had the earliest filing wiling at deadline. His Adviser Stole The New York Times at the end of last week. That Bloomberg will decide for sure whether Ron within a matter of days and not weeks except now up there are a couple of things here. That are interesting I is how late this announcement is coming. And the electoral calendar there are fewer than and three months to go before the Iowa caucus and even since the mid nineteen seventies. The latest a potential nominee has ever launched his or. Her presidential campaign was by August of the year before the election than we are now in November if Bloomberg decides to make this one official before the end of the month and then as you mentioned in your question we need to ask why this change If you call him a Bloomberg announced back in March this year that he would not run for president and now it all seems to point executive that fact that he's worried about The Way Democratic primary is unfolding out so far and even as early as last month he had mentioned that he would perhaps consider a run. If Joe Biden. This is the former vice president Joe. Oh Biden decided to drop out of the race but all in all. If Bloomberg does end up running he'll have to scramble to make it to the debate stage so that people beyond his supporters know about his agenda and what he represents and we also need to take into account the growing unpopularity of billionaires among the left wing of the Democratic Party. The party does need to question whether or not Bloomberg's Ron. Ron will do more harm than good at this point in the race when the ultimate goal is to eventually defeat Donald Trump so there are worries that he actually him standing up against is going to split the center. But let's look at the other candidates on where we are with the polls Joe Biden's in trouble which is a huge issue The the campaigns have Bernie Sanders and particularly Elizabeth. Warren are not going that well actually Bloomberg has repeatedly attacked Elizabeth Warren. So he's coming into a failed which is already rather bad tempered and and not really putting a strong candidate. It isn't tape no and he is exactly as you described with the Bloomberg entering during the race. And we're ignoring a big factor. Here which is there's an argument that a lot of people say he is not a Democrat. He is more of a Republican than Democrat. But that's a whole different conversation but if we take into account Michael Bloomberg entering the race now the center of the party disappears and the problem. That's that's the Democrats have been facing. which is you have candidates on? Two extreme ends of the political agenda within the same party with Bloomberg entering during this. That divide was only deepen you will. You will have the same party Eh. One of the country's most known billionaires regardless of the fact that he has of course Experienced running public office running the biggest city in the country in New York City but he is one of the most known billionaires to and then you have on the other end. Candidates are advocating for a huge tax on people such Just as Mike Bloomberg so it will it regardless of who the candidate ends up being. You take the risk of eliminating a lot of the voters Not necessarily to vote for trump perhaps not vote at all because it seems like the identity of the Democratic Party does not exist and that was the main issue in two thousand sixteen and it just seems like a repetition ministry again which is a shame if you're a Democrat because actually last week Votes in Virginia and Kentucky seemed to indicate that in principle the Democrats are on the the the the recovery. Oh yes if you look at the results from us. We Cut The conclusion is that the Democrats are on a winning streak in Kentucky Talkie as Democrats. Andy here defeated The Republican Governor Matt Bevin and this was by a very thin margin and for over a day a Bevan refused to even concede. We're talking about five thousand votes. That decided this result wishes shows just how polarized it is right here. This is state up trump won by a margin of thirty points in two thousand sixteen so it just shows how the tide released turning and of course in many ways. It's victory is indeed significant particularly. Because you know Bevan ran a national campaign Consistently linking himself to president trump and not only. The trump makes several several statements supporting him. He even held a last minute rally with Macbeth into former Kentucky governor in the net for to ensure this reelection that now we we know didn't happen and if you look at Virginia the Democrats should take it as a big victory for the party This is the first time since nineteen ninety-three three that the Democrats won control of both chambers in the state legislature and governor and this has is allowing them to kind of redraw the the states legal boundaries legislative boundaries after the census are happening next year and it can help pave the way to solidify Virginia Jinya as a blue state from now on color. 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Rebuke for Trump in two state elections

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Rebuke for Trump in two state elections

"Republicans led by president trump have apparently taken big election night losses in the states of Kentucky and Virginia despite an election eve rally by president trump Kentucky Republican governor Matt Bevin trails democratic challenger state Attorney General and the base year by a few thousand votes out of one point four million cast Bevan telling supporters we are not conceding this

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Dem leads Kentucky governor's race that is too close to call

WBBM Evening News

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Dem leads Kentucky governor's race that is too close to call

"The hotly contested governor's race in Kentucky is still too close to call democratic tourney general anti machine here holds a narrow lead and is declaring victory as your next governor I will listen more than I talk I will work with anyone who has a good idea that we can deliver for Kentucky ends his Republican rival current governor Matt Bevin who present president trump held a rally for last night says it's a waiting game we want the process to be followed the process will be followed and in the end we will have the governor that was chosen by the people of Kentucky and that's the way the process should work CBS news director of elections Anthony self on Joe eastern Kentucky trump got seventy eight Bevan got fifty nine percent so far western Kentucky trump sixty eight Bevin was tracking at fifty five was all this pattern of them under performing with Donald Trump did CBS news update on that

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Trump signs memo to eliminate student loan debt for disabled vets

Terry Meiners and Company

01:06 min | 1 year ago

Trump signs memo to eliminate student loan debt for disabled vets

"As I signed a presidential memorandum facilitating the cancellation of student loan debt for twenty five thousand of our most severely disabled veterans so there you go you heard the list of folks are coming to the stage here in Louisville at the Galt house of president trump including governor Bevan secretary to boss come up and sign an executive order that read express the everlasting love and loyalty of a truly grateful nation god bless our veterans and god bless America thank you very much thank you it is a veteran student loan relief order eight an executive order what it does is the race student loan for the wounded warriors they say on average thirty thousand dollars and that is debt forgiveness he said goals of that no taxation that federally and they're urging all the states to line up in and waive any state taxes on the debt relief there and two so it skews me it says about one of the graphics as twenty five thousand disabled vets are getting student loan

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Language is key to a brighter future for region that inspired Tolkien, says ethnic speaker at UN talks

UN News

06:15 min | 1 year ago

Language is key to a brighter future for region that inspired Tolkien, says ethnic speaker at UN talks

"This is Matt Wells at U.. N. News career in the Russian Federation is a land of Lakes rivers and forests whose culture inspired Lord of the Rings Author J R token the community proudly says but is at risk from climate change you big industry and a language that is in danger of dying out in an interview with Daniel Johnson Alexi carry off from the Center for support of indigenous peoples in Karelya maintains that indigenous languages and centuries old practices need phone greater protection. We'll begin by hearing some poetry from Alexei in his mother tongue. One had I in Noel Vinyl are color Evelyn Conquer Hilla lowly viansa loudly by Livy Lower Light Bevan backs Houston. Yeah we see a lot of consequences of climate change for example the snow's melting earlier and I remember that when I grew up in my childhood dates we had snow snow already in October and I will have snow only in December December sometimes when January and it impacts the legs for example the ice on the lakes and the fishing it impacts forestry it impacts digital's people's hunting and many other other ways of life which indigenous peoples excise so we see also more wins than we saw before because of the intensive forest industry in Australia and of course the impact of industries which operate in the area for example mining. In or paper industry polluting the air polluting the rivers so this is big concern for indigenous peoples. How many Caribbeans are there then in this part of northwestern Russia and how many other ethnic groups and indigenous groups are they in part of the world in office Russia? We have quite many indigenous people so and we should understand that in Russia we have two types of indigenous peoples recognized a small number indigenous peoples which are people's with the population less than fifty thousand and big groups like mine for example Caribbeans so enough west we have bigger groups as Caribbeans commies and some others and small number does nets Asami vep science and also very very small number North Koreans who are only to sixty people our audience they are only eighty three people left goodness me so really much more needs to be done to raise awareness about the vulnerabilities of indigenous peoples and I know that in your part of the world take the protection of your language is very important and also the fact that there aren't enough caribbeans being born. You've got a demographic gap. That's really building up how you hoping to address those challenges so right. Now we are advocating for the proclamation of the international decayed indigenous languages because we feel that just one year one International Year of indigenous languages is not enough to accomplish our goals and action plan which UNESCO has created in collaboration with indigenous peoples and festival. First of all in my community for example with think that we need to rebuild confidence of indigenous peoples in their own languages because many parents for example don't want the kids to even speaker and because they think this is not necessarily it's not pragmatically useful and we should rebuild this mode to speak on language and we have some good projects community based projects how to do it and we need more support from the international community because as long as the international attention is in place the decision the Russian government for example and the Republican government and even local governments but even more attention to indigenous languages seem also good practices from other regions. Maybe you could tell me about one interesting traditional practice that really is struggling the moment mm two. That's reindeer breeding and herding practice of the brilliant people tell me that a bit about its history and why it's important to the region and how it might be perhaps a chance for re growth and rebirth for the Caribbean people. Yes another grill exercise reindeer herding in the past. Unfortunately this is not the case anymore because of some consequences of the Second World War of occupation of many Koreans in the region's when it came back to guerrillas so they settled in completely different places and the already lost the livestock of the reindeer and of course it would be great to revitalize this tradition because it goes deep to the roots of the cultural traditions to the cultural identity and the coat of these people and it's connected. Very much with the traditional songs for example with the Kalevala epic point which is well known in the world inspired even token to to create his own the rinker how Lord of the Rings to jail token he was inspired by the Kalevala epic epic poem which is our chameleon biggest hit big yeah of course <hes> I mean reindeer herding but also it's important but also of course fishing you cannot imagine millions without fish fish is the main dish for Caroline's and they have a lot of different dishes types of fish for example smelly fish smelly fish dish. What is a smelly fish? Is that a type of fish yeah. It's soccer you know take fish in springtime so then the story in the barrels and they can not only for example in August. It's a little bit smelly but you can still it. It's very tasty and some of the guests are afraid to eat it but it's very tasty I like see I can't say you're selling it to me but I'll come and check it out. Absolutely if you invite me over to Karelya certainly taste it. Maybe just one final question. Just set the scene for me. You step out of your house in the morning. What is it that you see? What is it that you think of in your mind's eye? Now you're speaking to us in Geneva. What is it that you what's the image that comes to mind? Guerrilla is the land of off lakes rivers the forest and that's what I see every single when I wake up and I would like to preserve this for future generations for my kids for everybody who lives in guerrilla or comes to career as a tourist or as.

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Bernie Sanders announces plan to eliminate student debt

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Bernie Sanders announces plan to eliminate student debt

"U._s. presidential candidate bernie sanders wants to cancel one point six trillion dollars in student debt and make public colleges free how living attacks on wall street trades this wall street tax will have the added benefit of controlling wall street recklessness and reducing the likelihood of another major economic crash so some wall street economists say would make markets more volatile and cost would be borne by american households but not all agree with that josh bevan's is the director of transition economic policy going into this one i'm pretty confident that this is either gonna raise money or squeeze out largely socially unusual transactions but again industry groups are for the most part saying it will fall on the shoulders of main street

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Trump-endorsed Kentucky governor wins GOP primary

Hugh Hewitt

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Trump-endorsed Kentucky governor wins GOP primary

"Kentucky governor Matt Bevin has cleared his first hurdle toward a second term, defeating three challengers to win the Republican nomination. They were state Representative Robert Goforth William woods and Lawrence. President Trump had tweeted his support for Bevan Bevan will face attorney general Andy Bashir, who has won the democratic nomination for governor and Kentucky, setting up a showdown with his political

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PEIs election is next week. It could be historic.

The Big Story

12:00 min | 1 year ago

PEIs election is next week. It could be historic.

"To what happens in Prince Edward Island. And I'm willing to bet that if pressed many of you would admit the same thing that needs to change there's an election next week and Canada's smallest province and some of the polls are well. They would make history if they turned out to be true liberal leader. Wade McLaughlin, set the vote for April twenty third, and according to the polls this election could produce Canada's first green party government to years ago. They had the support of nine percent of voters by last year. They'd risen to eighteen percent before bounding to thirty eight percent. This fall topping all other parties, including the governing liberals. A real possibility of the first green party government in Canada is reason enough to tune our ears to the island. But there is a lot more to today. That is probably a scape. The notice of Canadians beyond the east coast right now, most of us know PI from the beautiful way that it's sold to tourists, and that's lovely. And I wanna go there. But it does seem like we need to know a little bit more. Jordan, heath Rawlings. And this is the big story. Trevor corkum is a writer at the walrus and the global mail. He splits his time between Toronto and Prince Edward Island. Trevor how much attention does candidate usually pay to elections in PE. I not very much. I mean, I think most people aren't even aware when there is an election. I wasn't until about two weeks ago. Yeah. Exactly. But this is a nail biter, and it's has a chance to make history. So this is when people wanna watch what's going on there right now. So it's been an interesting landscape the liberals have been in power for twelve years. So since two thousand and seven and traditionally PE, I like a lot of the maritime provinces. But especially in PE, I the elections have alternated between the conservatives and the liberals before twenty fifteen only one other member from one other party had ever been elected in the history of PI elections, and that was one end EP. Member back in the nineties. What's happened is the green party has risen in the pools. And they're now leading so they've come from not quite out of nowhere. But in the last few years, they've really ramped up their popularity and in the last four out of five pools they've been leading the liberals it's a bit of a three way race, but the the greens look like they may be pulling out of the bag. What's going on in PI in general that would lead to this kind of change election because this is unprecedented in Canadian provincial politics? Anyway, it is. Yeah. There been a lot of interesting indicator. So PI people have this idea of PI being a bucolic rural place a place that's a little bit stuck in time. You know, a lot of our the advertising campaigns on the island of really played this. It's kind of a place where you go down home. You go to the beach. You have some good food. Everyone's very friendly. And that's all still true to a certain case. But immigration is one thing that's changed in the last few years. So. The population of PI's always been pretty low. But it's lead the country immigration in the last couple of years, so very robust immigration, which has led to strengthening of the economy. So PI's lead the country in a number of economic indicators GDP growth housing starts. I saw something today in the paper that said housing prices have jumped twenty percent in one year on the island. So you're you're seeing that traditional island also dealing with a lot of big city issues like housing like the economy like this growing inequality between people who can afford, those changes and people who can't. So the green party's been able to capitalize a little bit on some of the unease with specifically the economic situation in the inequality also number of people have moved to buy from other parts of the country. So the province has become a little bit younger than the other provinces in Atlantic Canada. And it's really that youth vote in a way that's open to these new ways of doing things. So. So a large number of people under forty have kind of broken the tradition of voting for either the liberals or the conservatives which for a lot of families have gone back literally hundreds of years, where if you are a certain family, you voted conservative were another family you voted liberal, and that's all just splintering away. Give me an example, because I'm kind of fascinated by what you said about how we perceive PI, thanks to the tourism commercials. Because I know that that is my main source of of images of p give me an example of what you see on the island today that you'd have no idea of. Yeah. I mean, there are a number of things I think if you're in Charlottetown one of the things that strikes you first off is the diversity of the population. So there's people have been moving their from literally all over the world. So the school board, for example, we'll give out notices to parents in multiple languages because of the diversity of the classrooms, and at amazing selection of ethnic restaurants from the Middle East from Asia. South America, Afghanistan, Syria restaurants that you'd expect to finance Ron or Montreal. But not in a city of forty thousand people Charlottetown has two mosques, for example that both been built over the last ten years. So it's an it's actually a very cosmopolitan small city. So those are just a few things you see sort of on the surface. How did the green party come to be leading the polls? Yeah. You know? It's very interesting because the green parties, I think in Canada, especially provincially have this reputation of being a little bit of the fringe party, you know, the party of older hippies and and of peace love and grooving us on. And I think increasingly elsewhere, they straddle a very interesting part of the spectrum where the greens have NPR have been very pragmatic, so they've emphasized fiscal responsibility. So balancing budgets, in addition to growing, social and an environmental programs. So if you look at the population of pediatric. You know, there are a lot of older people. And as I said a lot of growing younger people. So those are kind of the two poles of the population that I think have driven part of this this interest and the green party, I think we're seeing around the country and N P I this splintering of the traditional left right parties. People are looking for new alternatives, and the greens have been able to capitalize on that on ease with the way things of always been done. If we drilled down a bit on as with other maritime provinces very much the case in PI. There's been this real sense of this kind of old boys network or backroom deals being done in things like, you know, who's getting loans that kind of thing there've been a number of big cases in the last ten to fifteen years on scandals with the liberal party that of really disillusioned people with the way things are done. So in general time, they would then just switch their vote to the conservative party. But they conservatives on P, I have really had a tough. Time they've had six liters and six years they really haven't been going anywhere quickly. So the greens have capitalized on that on ease. But have also really tailored their programs to both rural islanders, and then people in the cities as well. Tell me a little bit about the leadership dynamics and play who's the leader of the liberal party, who's the leader of the greens. So the leader of the liberals I mean, in a way, they're they're puller opposite. So the current premier Wade McLaughlin is the former president of UPI he comes from a very well established island family. They're very well known. They've been political family for many years, he inherited the party or didn't inherit the party, but became the leader in twenty fifty and after Robert gives resigned after a scandal in government, and he did win a majority government at that time, but he seen as a little bit aloof two islanders. So he's got that university president energy around him. So people. Say, you know, we really like Wade, but they don't really warm to him. He doesn't have a lot of natural charisma. So for the last three years, the leader of the green party, Peter Bevan Baker has been a foreign head. The preferred choice of of premier for islanders and the support of the green party has kind of incrementally grown based on his own personal leadership. So he was he's someone who I would call an anti politician. He's just suggest an average guy. He's he's an emigrant from Scotland he came into a couple of decades ago. He was a former dentist who bought an old church in rural PE, I converted into cafe had his dental practice on the side. He plays the trumpet. He's a storyteller and people just really warm to him. He's very authentic, and he's the kind of person who you know, you just to stop and chat to on the street. The kind of person who had a fundraising event will be the first one up dancing is. Unafraid to kind of poke fun at himself. So that's something that really appeals to people on the island. How difficult would it be to translate? Some of what the green party has seen NPA I to a national level. I mean, we've talked a lot on this podcast about the the upcoming federal election. And certainly the left is in kind of a state of disarray in general. So there is an opportunity there. How can they take what they've done there and build it? Yeah. It's tricky based on our current electoral system. But I think a couple of kind of lessons that they've learned from their other provincial successes. You know, we know the grants of won their first seat until and Guelleh's. They won three seats and the New Brunswick election. I think the New Brunswick cases interesting because they won in downtown Fredericton writing. So very urban writing they won in the riding around mount Allison university, so small university town, and then they want a very rural northern New Brunswick riding, so. So they were able to appeal both to kind of a very local grassroots kind of rural population. People in rural communities who are worried about jobs and the rural economy, and they were able to appeal to people at universities younger students and then urban people of the urban left. And I think that's a coalition that if I were Elizabeth may I I would wanna try to emulate, and I think we see in the B C election and the seats they won there in the seats that they're targeting at the federal level that it looks like that's that's the formula. They're looking to repeat so really targeting some of the urban writings, especially on the west coast where maybe the end EP is done. Well, traditionally the liberals, but they're flagging a bit. Some of the the more rural ridings that tend to be around left leaning cities or left leaning region. So the country and then pockets were there strong youth populations like around universities. So all that to say is I don't think this if. If the green stew, and it's going to translate in a green victory at the federal level. But you know, we know that in the case of PI New Brunswick winning the first seat, then leads to a couple of seats. And then you know, who knows where it goes. So based on the current splintering and fragmentation across Canada, you know, we don't really know what's going to happen. But we do know that people are open to new ideas. What kind of new ideas are in the platform N P? So as I said, it's a it's an interesting mix because there's a real mix of pragmatism with some very forward thinking idea. So on the forward thinking side they've made a commitment to making the province carbon neutral by twenty forty five so investing in small loans to homes and small businesses for things like solar panels electric vehicles. They've said that they will provide loans to rural small businesses and entrepreneurs to

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Kentucky governor exposed his kids to chickenpox

Glenn Beck

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Kentucky governor exposed his kids to chickenpox

"Kentucky governor Matt Bevin says he intentionally exposed all nine of his children to chicken pox. So they would get the disease and become immune Bevin made the comment in a radio interview yesterday suggesting that the government stay out of mandating vaccines. Several medical experts have called Bevan's practice medically unsound and unwise, the US centers for disease control and prevention urges against. Deliberately exposing kids to chicken pox.

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Kentucky governor says he deliberately exposed his children to chickenpox

Mike McConnell

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Kentucky governor says he deliberately exposed his children to chickenpox

"With assault the CDC urges against deliberately exposing children to chickenpox. But that did not stop Kentucky. Governor Matt Bevin from intentionally exposing all nine of his children to the disease. So they would get it. Become immune Bevin made comments to a radio show yesterday suggesting that the government stay out of mandating vaccines. Several medical experts have called Bevan's practice medically unsound unwise, and are encouraging you to get your

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Former cop accused of using federal databases to prowl for women

Glenn Beck

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Former cop accused of using federal databases to prowl for women

"A former Brandon cop now being investigated by the FBI for using the resources of the department to try to meet women police chief Melanie Bevan's set, a long-term internal affairs investigation into former sergeant Leonelli marinas revealed he was using database searches to reach out to nearly one hundred fifty women on social media phone calls and even to visit their homes in hopes of dating them. We were clearly able to show that marina. Ios engaged in negative in inappropriate direct, contact with them. While presenting himself as Brinton police officer both on and off duty Bevan's says their investigation started last June. When a woman filed a complaint Marinez, followed her home chief Bevan's says the investigation is still

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1 missing after Boeing 737 lands in ocean near Micronesia

WBZ Morning News

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

1 missing after Boeing 737 lands in ocean near Micronesia

"If can't give them rooms we're gonna try to get into market rate housing, all these things. Kind of like move fast. But in the end if we have to shelter people and Lawrence Karyn, regal WBZ, NewsRadio ten thirty. Facebook says it does not know who hacked into fifty million accounts technology writer, Kate Bevan says to followed from the cyber attack will be enormous. He used Facebook to sign into any other sites. Like, I didn't like tend to like Airbnb like delivery like anything that uses these third party signs that also potentially compromise. And that's

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"bevan" Discussed on The ONE Thing

The ONE Thing

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"bevan" Discussed on The ONE Thing

"Well there you have it my conversation with tim bevan one thing really stands out to me after this conversation and it's the idea that when you do one thing the right thing topple over many things success is quenched will not solitaire do you think if tim had taking a step back before doing the sixty six challenge and asked what's the one thing i can do that will transform my health enrich the relationship with my daughter improve my wife's overall happiness and our relationship and oh by the way also completely expand my mind in terms of what is possible i'm going to do one thing and it's gonna make all that happen do you think it would seem doable a lot to yet when you get clarity that you want to forma happened in one area health what's the one thing okay i'm going to run every day and you go so small to the point that it's did i put my shoes on and get on the trump that's the mark of success if he gets on the treadmill with his shoes on takes one step and then decides to go watch game of thrones in crush dozen donuts it's still a win for the day because the domino was so small that it was one thing that he could do such that by doing it everything else would be easier we're on this fast forward by him running every day for sixty six days as of today the day that we are recording this tim transforms health enriches the relationship with daughter his wife's happiness shifts.

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"bevan" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"bevan" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Plant it wasn't true and as a result if you look at the look at the report the conclusions i i come to a conclusion as did others that she was not prosecuted for violation of federal law tom bevan would have been imprisoned by now so john kiss but she wasn't prosecuted and i think it was because it would have implicated if you charged her it would have implicated the president of the united states he was what he was corresponding with her so we're thirteen hundred top government officials i believe one of them is rahm emanuel there wasn't a report and to me the whole episode is sorry and and depressing and it suggests at a time and we talked about this many times time when the centers collapsing and institutions are crumbling to the fbi is serious credibility problems at a time when their credibility is most needed bug me most about this report jon is that and look i'm not sure i'm sure the inspector general had a hard job yada yada yada but what bugged me about this is that it was kind of like commes announcement during the campaign about the hillary probe where he said look she was grossly negligent and she did all these you know all the he went through the litany of stuff she did and then said but we're not gonna prosecutor same thing he says lists example after example after example of of bias in the investigation how she you know they didn't convenient grand jury when the otherwise normally would have because they wanted to get this thing taken care of before the election which implies that they were paying attention to politics right when they when they shouldn't have been just the antitrump texts cetera et cetera and yet also says well we couldn't conclude that there was any bias that infected affected investigation and so once again we're presented with this this thing that really gives both sides i mean you talk about all the folks on the right are are writing about how this report is just condemns the fbi shreds our credibility and yet you have all these folks on the.

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"bevan" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"bevan" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"The real clear politics tom bevan share this this is the daily caller piece which is pretty unbelievable he says that well in the daily caller piece because luke rosiak has been amazing at following the story when he broke this piece he really should be receiving a pulitzer for this quite frankly because he's done amazing work debbie wasserman schultz screamed at house officials she demanded that they kill this hacking investigation i remember amran avon and his brother were hired by debbie wasserman schultz is it aids then they were caught stealing information the house office of the inspector general the they conducted a cybersecurity investigation they found the number on one was stealing things and then he was unauthorized had on unauthorized access all these house servers was taken all of this information news actually sharing this information with a former intelligence operative in pakistan these are all facts these are all this is what the this is what the the inspector general discovered and their investigation and they say that the and this is a this the house office of inspector general they noted that wasserman schultz became quote frantic and not normal and making the rounds to house officials and attempts to kill the investigation this is one employee one told wasserman schultz that because they were incredibly oddly close there's something there's something happening here there's something happening here this wasserman schultz cornered the house chief administrative officer phil keiko and called him full kiko and called him a blinking islamaphobia and said that quote you will not so much as take away their parking spot and they were apparently debbie wasserman schultz had a very interesting they were a lot closer than apparently was originally suspected and they because their family they were they were involved in money laundering there i mean it's a it's a criminal investigation debbie wasserman schultz has been obstructing the entire time and remember when she hired him and his brother they mmediately got top pay like they didn't start at the bottom they got as much as an it they had no it experience either by the way they had they true they had zero it experience and debbie wasserman schultz waived all background checks.

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"bevan" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"bevan" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"We're in a place now culturally where we can't even say people don't want to say anything we're afraid of being polite we are we are bullied constantly were frayed of being bullied on social media these kids have it even worse and some kids just snap i think i think there's there might be something to it although i don't think that's the you know what oliver north is saying is the only thing that could be well the other thing is john is this that had apparently two armed security guards at had shooter plan in place it's cetera et cetera and that didn't seem to to make much of a difference either kid was able to walk in there with you know a couple of guns and and you're left with ten people dead well there would have been more remember you pipebombs or some other explosive that he was trying to detonate as well so this kid was i guess you can i really don't have the answer what i do have is a question what's happened to our culture so one thing we don't want to deal with the the the nra wants let's talk about let's talk about a good man with a gun so solve your problems and i and i'm a second amendment supporter i'm i'm i'm a rarity almost extinct species in journalism and then on the other side you've got people who just wanted to take all the guns away and think that everything will be normal well they don't have guns in britain but they have a mayor talent trying to regulate kitchen knives and they've got a increase in acid attacks so you know let's worry about what's going on here america something's happened i don't know what it is so what is it loss of faith of belief in believing the state is our god families that don't watch you watch over each other and and themselves i i don't know all i know is to kids and tom i'm a little older than you but i could i could have seen tom bevan and his friends go you know putting shotguns in the car on the way to school go hunt you know lee ditch and.

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"bevan" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"bevan" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"And we are back i'm tom bevan cofounder publisher of record politics i've still got charles woodson on the phone he's a professor of political science at the university of chicago these contributor to realclearpolitics he's the author of zip dialogue dot com check it out he does a roundup of the day's news stories charles i mentioned before the break i want to talk about big tech in what's going on there because there are a lot of interesting sort of threads we're going to have zuckerberg testify on capitol hill this week but i you know there've been a lot of stories about trump went off on a jag twitter rant about amazon and how much money they are costing american taxpayers using the united states postal service and you know attacking them markets responded and wiped out fourteen billion off the balance sheet of amazon now people are you know there have been some stories saying that trump is privately obsessed with amazon and and wants to sort of take them down a peg i'm not sure how whether that reporting is accurate or not but what do you make of this i mean this is sort of i've got friends who are ceo's of companies big companies actually and this is their worst nightmare to wake up and find that they've been targeted by the most powerful person on the planet who is ripping them a new one on twitter well i i can't tell you how many ways i think what president trump did tamazawa was wrong but let me count a few of them i i think that attacking individual businesses by name is a terrible thing for the president of the united states if there's a legal problem have the justice department filed suit i don't like i don't like it when any precedent does secondly is best i can tell the post office negotiated with amazon and most were wearing their big boy pants if the post office didn't negotiate a deal to bad as far as i can tell in all the reports are they are actually making a profit on doing this but whether they are whether they aren't it's not amazon's fault amazon is a business and probably looking for and undoubtedly looking for the lowest cost way of delivering third points i don't think this.

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"bevan" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"bevan" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"To be reviewing patient records the day prior to them coming to clinic we've trained watson to pull out the key data that we need in order to help match that patient to our clinical trial portfolio mayo clinic oncologist and breast cancer specialist doctor to fire had dod so watson again knows the list of trials knows what inclusion in exclusion criteria are necessary for a patient to be eligible and could potentially participate in a trial physicians can spend less time trying to met patients to clinical trials and instead spend more time talking to them about those options and what might work best for them for mayo clinic radio i'm jules street at the top of the hour coming up in minutes on wlsam 890 and we're back thom bevan with you cofounder and publisher of rupert their politics here on chicago's talk leader eighty nine wls got call cannon on the phone he's our washington bureau chief executive editor he joins us often carl batting cleanup again buddy thanks for thanks for your time after to do it pal you know i love you and i love chicago shown right so call you're that you're are resident media critic and imparts i call you that because you come from such a you know venerable journalistic traditional family your dad lou cannon covered reagan for the washington post you covered the white house for decades and you've been in that town longtime you've seen the media upclose lot of via you good friends a lot of these folks in the media but not afraid to tell told like it is let's talk about the media reaction to this north korean news which you know it it's a big deal i mean whether you whether you think it's a good deal bad deal whatever it's a big deal that uh the the offer was made to sit down that the president accepted it and we'll see if it happens or not but nevertheless um you know my first reaction was carl that uh why to reactions in the in one of is most relevant to this discussion is if barack obama had had gotten this sit down type meeting i i just find it hard to.

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"bevan" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"bevan" Discussed on Channel 955

"Katherine heigl bevan under mary that i my day and and i love you five hundred pm yep lorde the and yes henry better donahue nso of london was and why nothing i see yeah yeah love oh.

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"bevan" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"bevan" Discussed on KOIL

"Russia russia russia russia russia russia's alleged bevan this but going on for about a year and a half now and i would think that sooner or later someone is going to have to come up with something the halfway resembles a smoking gun the dorothy well eventually but eventually can come this year next year who knows i mean mr muller's got to do is investigation totally decides to quit and you know he's got a pretty cushy job right now so he can go to query time soon regardless of what are you find or doesn't fine but again there's an awful lot of other things going on jim russia is advancing all around the middle east they've established a firm ford old in syria they've managed to make trade deals with their lawn but selling them arms that are violating every sort of trade embargo that ever was devised about iran and you know there's an awful lot of things going on with russia spend nobody's paying attention to least of all this muller the president has to take hold of this stuff he really is not doing a very good job of that again there's an awful lot going on overseas with respect to our allies and our enemies that nobody's paying attention to it let me just add one thing in terms of all the promises mr trump has made in terms of strengthening our military last time i checked we still have thirty percent of the aircraft in the united states air force the can't fly combat seventy percent of the united states marines f 18th can't flying combat about so i guess half of them uh in the navy so we've got real big problems nobody is taken care of military readiness and you know a lot of people are starting to worry about that we got general done for out there in the rand corporation say we're not going to win the next war because we've not prepared we live more to come stay with us as we continue our discussion with our three panelists tonight on the year and review program on the jim bohannon show with the blunt key to culham jet baben and david.

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"bevan" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"bevan" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"All of us now we're back rook politics here on struggles tough leader mnlf i'm tom bevan cofounder publisher joined on the phone by karl cannon our washington bureau chief executive editor big cheese at the company carl how are you it's cold here is a probably even colder and chicago hours well i'm well however you okay so carl lewis let's get to the south franken is because you know it was a we talked about this last couple of weeks on the program the mi2 movement sexual harassment in you've got folks who you know are losing their livelihoods and reputations and alf ranking was one of those guys who had some women come forward and accuse him of various sort of sexual improprieties he was grabbing their butts and you know trying to kiss some women unwanted advances and what not and he said look i'm i'm sorry i'm the big defender of women i'm going to do better and all that but i'm going to stay and he got back to the senate and another accusation came forward and it was like a it was like a ambush he got whacked by seven democratic women came out in this coordinated attack led by kirsten jilib ran and by the end of the day it was thirty two i think thirty two democratic senators the head of the dnc and that was all she wrote for frank in the next day he went to the will of the senate and said it said he was resigning at some point in the future which led to do with it maybe he's gonna try and renege on that at some point but we'll have to wait and see but carl what do we make of this dirty lessons learned was this just pure political posturing on the part of the democrats caitlyn mentioned at the top of the show cleaning their own house so they can turn around and beat republicans up over war and more if he wins the senate race on tuesday that is that what this is all about or is this really about now hearing in believing women who come forward with accusations of sexual misconduct and impropriety well.

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"bevan" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"bevan" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"This happens this is what owned barfield wrote about in poetic diction that's what edwin bevan wrote about in symbolism and belief we have to understand the nature of those symbols only in christ only in the incarnation do we see this come full circle so the symbol in the symbolize the poultry and the criticism separate fully the metaphysical and the physical until we have the person of christ who is fully god and fully man who unites those two and he gives us sacraments to to live in that it's why the saying is so hard it's why he makes a point of doing it as his last action before he's put on the cross he is enshrining this heaven and earth touching one another the metaphysics and the physics touching one another regularly for the believers and this is why st paul has such joy when he talks about it intakes it so seriously and says that if you don't recognize this you're eating your own condemnation there's much more to talk about the eucharist but we have to move on next question philosopherking knowles the us ccb the us council of catholic bishops recently published a letter in which they called the new tax plan quote unconscionable as a devout catholic i tend to look to my bishops to inform my politics but i'm having trouble grasping their stance this time how can i as a religious person justify my support for the tax bill despite church leadership condemning thanks loved the show zack so with regard to the us council of catholic bishops i was talking to a friests prep priest friend of mine and he told me that he enjoyed my blank book reasons to vote for democrats very much and he was inspired to write his own called the wisdom of the us council of catholic bishops i mean no disrespect to the bishops but when they weigh in on politics sometimes they get a little wacky and i we should obviously have great reverence for the leaders of our church especially when they're speaking on matters of the church and of theology end of doctrine and when they are weighing in on politics they don't have any special political expertise they don't there aren't granted special political knowledge or smart's and so.

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"bevan" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"bevan" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Prison guard jail garb they got into a waiting dark colored late 1980's model toyota corolla they ditch that car about three blocks away from the jail jumped into a u haul cargo truck this was a comprehensive plan this was well thought out so they're being prosecuted in connection with the armed robbery of a sunnyvale horizon stored february this mcleod guy is a potential threestriker so he face life in prison robbery with a gun and he's been charged with nine felonies altogether of the past a gas bevan's was facing a double digit prison sentence he had eight charges seven of which are felonies including hit and run so they reportedly escaped while being escorted by one of the sheriff's deputy from a basement holding sale as they were headed up to the courtroom so that apparently required either walking or taking an elevator from the basement to the ground floor they're not telling us as one of the other and then walking to a different elevator on the ground floor to go to court they escaped while they were on the ground floor but clough was in waste chains and leg irons where this happens bevan's was changed to other inmates but both managed to slip out of the restraints again the thought is they were using some you know some some kind of a device to uh that add that act is a key and somewhere along the light according to the sheriff's they connected some sort of distraction the deputy then gave chase and got on the radio is these guys were taken out the side sidedoor this are monitored so they ran out this side entrance that leads to burt street some of you know exactly what i'm talking about and then cry they and then then they cross grand avenue that's where the.

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"bevan" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"bevan" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"It can be pretty and which is why if it wasn't a fundamental mistake of thinking i wouldn't be all over the yankees today they're not hitting their two best players are bevan awful and karaha and i'll do they have been great pitching has been great on all sides everyone's got through it tip your cap the very lander what else you can you do and that's that i mean that's that but it's a lesson learned on a few things one is joe girardi like every other manager isn't going to throw is player under the bus he's not going to say aaron rogers did not do a good job there he may say it off the record do a lot of people but he will never say it on the record there's no percentage in it i can look at the play explain it the way i did do you can come up with your own conclusion but joe is never going to do that nor are other managers so when you say we'll joe said joe's telling you what he needs to tell you to protect his players that's number one and that never changes good managers do that they protect their players they talked to him in private if you don't think the yankees talked about that play in private about where the three guys maybe four depending on where castro was supposed to be as compared to worry was screwed up but to me castro grigory is judging sanchez all made mistakes on that play but none of them were called out by their manager and i didn't expect that they would be there's not percentages games over we don't need to know it that's one of the reasons we have talk shows opportunity to call in to talk about stuff like this but there are still in this because because each game has its own adventure and because until charlie morton tells me he's a guy i should be worried about i'ma i'm not but two more things that came out of this and then we'll take a break and then we'll take some phone calls and i'm here to six thirty when the giants pregame begins talk about another juggernaut two things that you have to really be concerned about in all the enjoyment and blushes about what could be for the yankees one is you really do not know who ira judges anybody that.

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"bevan" Discussed on Yes, Girl!

Yes, Girl!

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"bevan" Discussed on Yes, Girl!

"But johnny gilded the runs that michael bevan's does but they took his runs out to put michael bit and i love michael bevan's rooted in like a i can go no michael bevan's has runs at the end yeah towards the end of was ricky so i'm sorry oh my bed rebound in its have missed an ready about the list rhyme they're not that words you put with michael bevan no no no no yes not yet no in and the thing is what i loved it was the combination because it it's like i think i loved rouse you know sweet falsetto with i i really feel like they've had kind of a divine guidance in their career because i think john they needed johnny to take them into adulthood they they needed that to transition so they didn't stay a boy bruton and it just it all worked yeah wasn't right do you use a little nathan sammadi video when conservative video came out i was like this is the problem or the me or the the universe problem like you see the problem in my and you know was great even seeing that that can you in that i and bet did so great because if you look 'cause i looked back as the videos is the exact same the in the low yes yeah and those young boys those young men the little boys the young men they all got a whole new appreciation below james shut out loop you're right right now back to tunis regina hanel yes i wanna know you know you talked about new addition in these young men are being taken advantage of what do you think because sometimes you hear hollywood actress zlenko girl i've been through so much a book in politics that we don't know is an audience what has kept you from you know you stayed nobody took advantage of like if you stay the course and nobody you know you don't you don't have those stories to tell what do you think made that possible um i i've had really good representation who have been um.

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