17 Burst results for "Bill Pryor"

"bill pryor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:48 min | 11 months ago

"bill pryor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In three Americans were killed in a sneak attack by Japan on December 7th 1941. This year for the week ending December, 7th, an average of 2200 and 59 Americans died each day from the coronavirus, according to the New York Times Covert tracker. We're basically having a Pearl Harbor. Every day in this country now. After Pearl Harbor, the U. S entered World War two despite protests by a group who said they stood for America first Today, Public health officials are asking people to stay home and close, risky business is temporarily. Despite protests led by the president, who says he stands for America First, we'll talk later about what's new from Governor Cuomo and Governor Murphy about covert prevention measures in New York and New Jersey. But yesterday was Pearl Harbor Day. December 7th. Today is Safe Harbor Day, December 8th, according to Washington Post article published just after midnight as Safe Harbor Day began. It's called Safe Harbor Day, because it's a kind of insurance policy by which a state can lock in its electoral votes by finishing up certification of the results and any state court legal challenges by a congressional e imposed deadline, which this year is today. The article notes that other than Wisconsin every state appears to have met today's deadline and federal law that essentially means Congress has to accept the electoral votes that will be cast next week and sent to the capital for counting on January 6th. Those votes, the article says, will elect Joe Biden as the country's next president that from the Washington Post today. God. As with so much else about this year's election, President Trump is trying to nullify safe Harbor Day by working the political system around it. Another Washington Post article today, says President Trump called the speaker of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. Man named Brian Cutler twice during the past week to make an extraordinary request for help reversing his loss in that state, reflecting a broadening pressure campaign, says the Washington Post. By the president and his allies to try to subvert the 2020 election result, the article says. A spokesman for Cutler says Cutler told the president that the Legislature has no power to overturn the state's chosen state of electors. But Ominously. That same article says that late last week that same Pennsylvania House speaker Mr Cutler was among about 60 Republican state lawmakers who sent a letter to Pennsylvania's congressional delegation. Urging them to object to the state's electoral slate on January 6th when Congress is set to formally accept the results, and it says all those such a move is highly unlikely to gain traction. At least one Pennsylvania Republican Congressman Scott Perry, said in an interview yesterday that he will heed the request and dispute the state's electors. In Congress dispute Pennsylvania's electors in Congress. So how safe is safe Harbor Day with me now? Erin Blade political reporter for The Washington Post Politics section. Known as the fix. Aaron. Thanks for coming on w N Y C and happy Safe Harbor Day If it is a happy safe for every day, Happy Safe Harbor Day, Brian. Thanks for having me on so your article today is about three court rulings and one day yesterday from Michigan and Georgia. Getting in under the wire before today. Safe Harbor deadline. All three court rulings offering brutal was scathing Rebukes of the president's claims your words. Can you tell us about the one from the two federal judges who Trump has considered for the Supreme Court? Yeah, maybe this was the may be the least surprising of the ones we're talking about here, but significant. None that last Bill Pryor is an appeals court judge who was on the president's shortlist for Supreme Court dating back to when he was first a candidate. Of course, he's been passed over for those. And then the other judge who took part in this decision was Barbara Lagoa, who was maybe The chief competitors to Amy Cockney Barratt this last time around when Barrett was selected for the Supreme Court, so basically those two presidential Supreme Court short listers. Ruled against a suit by Linwood Trump aligned attorney and Georgia seeking to de certify that state's election results now not a terribly surprising outcome given this was kind of a Hail Mary, but I think it's very Worth noting that the president's legal effort and this is something we saw in these other cases we're talking about in this article has forced allies or people who you think to be allied with the president, or at least sympathetic to him in certain ways. Two to rule against him and not go along with his claims. And I think we've seen that most demonstrably in Georgia, especially with Brian Kemp, the governor. Who of course, has long been a trump ally. Yeah, very interesting stuff in Georgia. And now with these two judges, federal judges who for anybody who did follow the Supreme Court Nomination process. Those names prior and logo were in the news and reportedly very high on the president's list before he actually chose cabin on that Amy Cockney Barrett, all right. In the other case in Georgia, you know that the opposition to the president filed its case in court representing Republican governor Brian Camp. You used to be a close ally of Trump's Trump now rips him every day. And Kempes rebuttal to the president includes what you call the P Ester resistance involving a mythological monster. What is that mythological monster? Well since the start of this whole process, of course. Sidney Powell, who was for a brief period on Trump's legal team, then was excommunicated for reasons that aren't entirely clear. Made a bunch of very far flung claims about a Communist plot and Venezuela Hugo Chavez. She's called her election contests. The cracking, she said, she's releasing the crack in Which, of course, is a mythological monster that doesn't actually exist, which which is something that Brian Camps legal team made a very pointed note of in their filing this weekend. They said that Much like the mythological cracking monster, After which plaintiffs have named this lawsuit, their claims of election fraud and malfeasance belong more to the crack in his realm of mythos than they do. To reality, you know Brian Kemp. Brian Kemp has not been willing to go along with what the president has asked of him clearly. But like many other Republican politicians, he has been treating the president with kid gloves, not necessarily disputing these things forcefully. Just saying that it's not within his power to do anything else. Essentially, I think that this response over the weekend, which actually happened the same day that the president called Brian can apparently trying to apply some pressure. Really crystallizes the manner in which these Republican officials have not been willing to go along with what the president wants them to do, right. And, yes, listeners we're going to get to the big But section of this interview in a few minutes. But what about Congress members like Scott Perry from Pennsylvania being willing to overturn These electoral vote outcomes. But first we're going through these three Supreme Court, not Spring Court three..

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"bill pryor" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"bill pryor" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"It's going to be much more than a therapeutic. You're gonna get better. You're gonna get better fist, just like I did. So again, a blessing in disguise. Good luck. What a remarkable human being seriously. The energy, the fortitude, the motivation. The desire to help his country didn't need any of this, but look at him. Joe Biden. His entire life has been living inside the Beltway completely out of touch. The media love him because he has spent 50 years with the media. All he knows. Only knows his politics. That's fine, but he's never even been in the executive. Never liked Pense was governor. He stepped down from that position of run with the president, United States. Goodbye and couldn't have done any of this. Kamala Harris would even know who to call she picked up the phone doesn't even know what a pharmaceutical company is. Except when she litigate ce against them to try and destroy them, I suppose. But they have no idea. As I said before you heard Foulke early on in March, talk about the effort early because the president of vice president attacked for their Ellie steps, he said. Impressive and I can't imagine anyone doing anything more. That's foul. And, of course, Joe Biden had nothing to contribute. In any of the early Siri's of debates. They needed that Kamala Harris. In fact, she dropped out by them. But if they have great ideas, let's see them. What are they exactly? Well, they don't have great ideas. To the extent they have any Joe Biden's plagiarizing again. I just want you to understand folks that already the propagandist for the Biden campaign and the Harris campaign. They're out there saying that Mike Pence is a liar. Mike Pence is not a liar. He's a man of deep faith. They can't have an honest debate. These people A great piece. The Washington Examiner by Quinn Hillier. Fine has been wrong or worse for his entire sorry career. Just for purposes of argument. Let's stipulate the President Trump is a bully. A liar, a racist associate path. So fourth course I don't stipulate any of that, but is trying to make a point. That still doesn't absolve the media of its obligation to examine the equally powerful evidence that Joe Biden is a liar. He serial plagiarist, a foreign policy numbskull like political coward in a useful idiot for the radical left. As for cowardice, it's beyond all reason. The Biden doesn't face repeated questions and harsh criticism from every media outlet about his refusal to say whether he would sign a bill to pack the Supreme Court. One of the elections most important issues with momentous ramifications for the court's independence in the nation's future. It's mind boggling to see Biden changes position four different times on whether as president he can implement nationwide mass mandates. Quote unquote. He's been flip flopping like John Kerry. And Manning to see him skate on why he opposed trumps virus restricting partial ban on travel from China. It defies all journalistic standards for editorial boards toe not demand answers about why Biden Ferried his troubled son Hunter on Air Force two to China. One Hunter was seeking lucrative business deals from enemies controlled by the communist Chinese government and more broadly Why isn't buying forced to answer for the entire family profiteering ring and even the decidedly non conservative politico dubbed it bite an ink. Hide in ink. And if money isn't the blame, why isn't Biden asked why he has been so soft on China for so long? Why isn't it demanded that Biden renounced the Communist terrorist inspired black Lives matter organization, not the slogan. The group The way Trump is expected, it announced white supremacists. Especially when his parties whole convention passed without a concerted effort to distance itself from anarchic street violence. The media haven't press Biden on is called to eliminate the individual right toe work enjoyed by 166 million people. It hasn't asked him to explain exactly I was campaign. Could say the prohibitively expensive green new deal is a crucial framework quote unquote for policy while he says he himself isn't for the green, no deal. That seems like an inscrutable circle. Mine. Certainly a skated on his role, second only to the late Ted Kennedy and poisoning the judicial confirmation process was it right for him to help lead Democrats to filibustering a Hispanic qualified candidate by the name of Miguel Estrada? My other than blind ambition for the presidential nomination in 1988, did he completely reverse his earlier specific statement that Robert Bork would be a perfectly acceptable Supreme Court pick? Does he counted, his Democratic colleagues repeated attacks on the faith. The religion of judicial nominees such as Bill Pryor. And Amy Cockney Barrett. On foreign policy. It's now evident that bite was wrong. Oppose Ronald Reagan's defense buildup wrong opposed almost every aspect of Ronald Reagan's policy of rolling back communism Wrong of post in 1991 Gulf War wrong to advise against the raid that killed Osama bin Laden, Wrong toe lie about whether the American Embassy in Benghazi had requested more security that was never provided. Wrong to support Barack Obama's precipitous troop withdrawal in Iraq and in the words of former CIA director and Defense Secretary Robert Gates wrong on every nearly every major foreign policy and national security issue over the past four decades, and I would ask Ah! Wrong on the Iran giveaway deal and wrong. On his failure to support Israel. For his 36 years in the U. S. Senate. Most of the media knew by as a blowhard and a bungler. If they won't hold him to account..

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"bill pryor" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"bill pryor" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"And today they're really serve is more of a public spectacle than anything else. Thinking back to those hearings. Zach if a vacancy were to occur between now and the presidential election, or even now and Inauguration Day in January. Is this going to be sort of like throwing gasoline on a raging partisan fire and If so, would anybody really want a nomination after what they would have to go through? Things like throwing gasoline on a fire is putting it mildly. It would be like the political apocalypse in a lot of ways. If you think that's right before Donald Trump was elected president, Justice Antonin Scalia passed away unexpectedly and Barack Obama nominated Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court. And Mitch McConnell. The other Republicans in the Senate, basically said they weren't going to fill that Supreme Court in a presidential election year. And so I think based on what happened in 2016, certainly Democratic members of the Senate, others we'd likely pushed back very aggressively against the president, filling a Supreme Court vacancy either before the election are after the election if you were to lose And so it would certainly be a very intense situation in a lot of ways. It certainly would. And under those circumstances, whoever the president nominates, could meet the same fate as married Garland, which is ultimately there was no confirmation vote in President Trump took office and we moved on. Let's talk about a couple of potential Supreme Court nominees. As we look through the last two processes, particularly with Kavanaugh, runner up, if you will was Tom Hardiman, Can you talk a bit about him? And would he be a front runner for this time around? Should a vacancy occur? President Trump When he made his last two nominations, the Supreme Court he basically said he was making them off of a list that he had already compiled, established embedded through the White House and others in the conservative legal movement. And so President. Trump has said that he's going to put out a list again to nominate individuals of the vacancy were to occur. And so what My and my colleague John Malcolm at the Heritage Foundation have done. We camp out a list of about 14 or so names that we highlighted that we said we'd be great additions to the Supreme Court and the President Trump should consider And so Tom Hardiman was one of the names that we included on our list. He's currently a judge on the U. S Court of Appeals for the third Circuit is a fantastic personal story. He drove a cab to support himself through law school. But more importantly, his decisions since he's been on the bench has shown that he's a constitutionally committed judge. He understands that the role of judges is another roll. Judges make law. Is grow of judges to interpret the law as it is written, and so far he's done a great job at that. And he would be a great addition to the Supreme Court. Given the fact that the United States Senate has two and this is now by majority vote. Approve or confirm any potential appointment to the Supreme Court. Mike Lee, who is a U S senator from Utah has been prominently mentioned. Would there be a confirmation advantage to having a member of the Senate be nominated because likely he would be extremely well known and hopefully reasonably well liked by his colleagues. Generally was not one of the 40 names. We highlighted in our current list that we released, but he was heritages, originalist and like we mentioned in our recently released article, we stand by all of the names on our original list, a swell as well and that includes people like Don Willett. Paul comment Die inside Bill Pryor. All those individuals would also be great additions to the Supreme Court. It's hard to say whether there will be a confirmation advantage for Senator Lee been quite some time since we had Had a sitting member of the Senate who was nominated and confirmed to the Supreme Court by Senator he would certainly be familiar with his colleagues certainly be familiar with Senate processes that are used and so there could be an advantage and regardless, Michael would also make like I'll say about everybody would make a fantastic addition to the Supreme Court. So we have this list and the Heritage Foundation and other organizations have very carefully vetted these potential nominees..

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"bill pryor" Discussed on Nobody Told Me That! with Teresa Duncan

Nobody Told Me That! with Teresa Duncan

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"bill pryor" Discussed on Nobody Told Me That! with Teresa Duncan

"Back for another edition of nobody told me that and I love having my friends on. I have one here. It's Andrea Shirt. WHAT'S UP Andrei? Either? How are you? I am good. I'm so thrilled at so nice to see your face. It's nice to see a friendly face actually because of this quarantine. Thing I know. I can't wait to get out of the House and just hug people, but then you know got to figure out how to do it with six feet before between us, you know. Yeah, you know I think we're just GONNA have to like. Wrap ourselves in Saran wrap to go in for those hugs. I think that's the way to do it now. So Andrei if you don't know. Andre is my Go-to Eagle soft person and when asked. If you've ever heard me speak if you've heard me, speak recently, you have heard about Andrea because I always gave his group at I always give Dana. Johnson's NAVONA group and I always give Andres Eagles a field guide name out because it's the bomb I mean if you're not on it. You need to be on it and we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA find out. Why, but Andrea you are. You were a patterson trainer and Eagles soft trainer right. Worked for Patterson for a while, and then he retired, and then dentistry is the worst mafia. Because they do. They pulled you back in right. That's it every time. I think I can get out of it so this in. It's funny when the corona virus hit. I updated some of my slide decks, and I thought about it so when I got into dentistry, which was thirty years ago. I got out again after nine eleven. And got back in that I got out again when I retired and back again, so yeah, it just keeps pulling me back in. You know for the stability of the industry. You just need to never try to get out again. Because something happens right every time I try to leave. That's true. Yeah, so so let's keep you in dentistry and I think we're all going to be better for it, so you're a trainer. You tried to retire now. You're back in now, but you're not actually training training now. What are you doing so? With the Eagles saw field guide started at started because when I when I retired from Patterson in two thousand sixteen, a lot of people who had worked with in the past said. Is there any way I can keep in touch with you so I started the group with about thirty five people and this? Team mates from all parts of the office and I said here's a group, you guys. If you have any questions, I'll be happy to answer, but you can talk amongst yourselves while that group turned into nine thousand people. And what it's done is it's actually gave me. Some different. Opportunities to do what I love best, which is getting out and speaking so I can make some of the things that I learned in dentistry. Some of the things I learned in customer service training some some of the things I've taught in team building together to do these events, and now on the road where Bill Pryor to go to this was on the road, probably about fifty weeks a year doing these events, and that's what I really love, and that's why. I can't ever think that I'll be retired. I'll be in a nursing home, trying to teach the other people that are about the industry. They're like what progress notice what are you talking about? There's momentum. Exactly so when you you were in Pennsylvania, require what part of Pennsylvania so I love just south. Philadelphia I live on the Pennsylvania Delaware border like say a two and a half hours to Manhattan two and a half hours to Washington. DC An hour to Atlantic city and eight hours to Pittsburgh. Five hours. Yeah, isn't it wild like Pittsburgh is Pennsylvania? But it's like it's it might as well be Ohio I mean for that. That's another state as far as. It's such a beautiful city though I really do enjoy it when I go to Pittsburgh. They've really kind of had a renaissance. Right, so so you are! You're two hours outside of New York and all of the virus stuff than how have you been keeping safe? How's IT GOING IN You Know Shay Shirt and. I haven't left the house really in theory, sense March seventeenth. So, about a month now More the month and It's been fine. I bet a great time because for one you know. I'm constantly on facebook trauma answer questions I get about about two hundred questions a day either through the facebook group through instant messages through Instagram, all kinds of different ways. So it's actually gave me a chance to sit and actually answer questions as opposed to doing it on the run, but I've actually had a chance to of retool what we do in dentistry as far as how we answer these questions. How do we do these conferences? How do we? How do we interact with the people who are seeking that kind of help? You know and. Typically I'll. I'll just have a quick answer like a cult cult. Aretha zero, but now I can sit down and say here's what I would do, and if you really need more information, this is where you should go. Here's the website. Here's the link so I can get a little deeper with that kind of stuff, but it's. It's gave me a chance to actually retool and think about the future of where we are going to be and. In the dental help world. So you already had the group fairly well organized so for those of you who haven't been there. Even if you're not a needle stuff user, I should just preface that even if you're not an eagles, stuff user, there's a ton of information in there because it's dentistry. Dentistry in the same questions that Dietrich's users will have will have over here same thing for care. Stack all of that, so it will, it will apply.

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"bill pryor" Discussed on Gamepinions

Gamepinions

11:00 min | 2 years ago

"bill pryor" Discussed on Gamepinions

"I watched the whole thing, but I kind of felt like this. Is this is it? This is the adventures. Obviously, they're not using the music, either didn't have have the avengers theme, yet, kind of hurt to my opinion. I'm like, what the hell is that? Yeah. It's like. Like an indie game actually that's actually insulting indie games. It looks it looks, it just looks bland, nothing too special about it. Nothing that popped out, nothing makes you wanna play it. Yeah. I will say I didn't think the trailer look that great either. But I will say that when the Spiderman game like you know, insomniac spider man, started having its trailers and stuff. I was really skeptical about it. And I kind of thought it looked like majorly. Underwhelming. Obviously looked amazing graphically but I thought it was going to be very generic with just generic enemies and all that. But when actually played it, it was amazing. It's it's one of my favorite games of all time like hands down. So I wonder if this is going to have the same effect, but I don't know then again, I also think the spider, man storylines in villains, and all that I feel like they're not really overly utilized and they're not overused where Philip at this point, the avengers is kinda. I mean it's over like, at least the, the main line that we are used to, with, like, the main characters, you know, Tony stark Thor all those guys like that one's kinda over. Now. And then you're seeing them come back in a video game. But it doesn't look like them personally, I don't think there could ever be another iron man. I feel like Robert Downey junior. I mean that's sees ironman me guys kind of look like the original people, but just. You know, Bill, quick knockoff. I, I mean it's like the episode of Seinfeld when they're like, you know, there's like Melman and other people. That's right. The bizarro crews like the bizarro avengers yet. It's like I just just slightly off. Yeah. And I don't really like that. But like you're saying, but, you know, Spiderman looked kind of pedestrian. And it's trailers, and when you play it like, oh well, this is a lot of fun now. Isn't that Spiderman? I mean Spiderman has so many different uniforms, look, very close to each other can still keep you engaged. I think that these characters look so odd. You may lose them may lose interest. But then again, you know how many how many hours do you spend making your skyro- character, your dark souls, character only to like, never see their face you always see the back of their head. So if you're playing his these people, maybe that won't be a factor. And I'm not saying the voice, the voice actors, I think are fairly well known not well enough that I remember all their names. But I think they're. Actually fairly talented people, so. Maybe wise, even though a kind of bashed it so far to maybe not judge a book by its cover the game can still be fun and not look all that, right? I mean there's a lot of games that were made in the nineties. No two thousands of, don't look anything like what they're based off of especially movie and video movie games. Licensed games. Yeah. So, yeah, there could be a lot of, you know, on the surface stuff that doesn't look quite appealing. But when he get to it, it may be kind of fun. So jury's out on this one right now, isn't I for some reason? I thought Troy Baker was voicing. Tony stark. That sounds familiar, probably look it up real quick. But I don't these these voice actors are supposedly very good. Yeah. I don't know. I mean. Like partially partially think that I don't like it because I'm just so used to how the, you know, the characters are in, like the movies. So maybe that's part of the reason why feel a little bit skeptical and why don't there? It's not sitting well with me for whatever reason. Yeah. So maybe that's why it was Spiderman. I actually really liked the Peter Parker in that I think that's actually, the best Peter Parker out of all, the, the Peter Parker's really. So he's got like a good voice actor and just kind of. Okay. Oh, I think he's excellent. And I think, but also, though, if you think about it, there's never really been besides Tobey Maguire, there's never really been in a stab wish, like Spiderman. So we're so used to change all the time. That it didn't really bother me having a different Peter Parker because they're all different anyway. Yes. Like four Peter Parker's enlist, ten years or something. Yes. So it's like you know, we've only we've only known one aren't man for the past decade. Yeah. And really won the war in one black widow, and yet, we associate those those characters with those actors were Spiderman, you know, he's more and you know what? What's the difference between will I man, it was going to say I was gonna say that. Yes. Spiderman is known with his mask on black widow Thor. The hulk Tony stark to an extent, captain America. They we see their faces. Yeah. Like I said, Tony start to an extent peer Parker. You know, he doesn't you don't fight a Spiderman with the mask off. I guess typically under hemp played the Spiderman game. But so that's why I think yet more palatable to play to get into a Spiderman game when he looked just me as he ever has. Yeah. And voice actors always gonna be young gosh. So it kinda just melds. Well, with what you're familiar with were these people who sound completely different and look completely different. It is more jarring. Yeah. May keep people away despite it may wind. Being good game at no. Yeah. And I mean. I don't know. I feel like subconsciously. That's part of the reason why I'm so skeptical about it. We'll look cheap. Right. I mean if you had the expensive actors in there like oh man, they went they went hard cordless game. Yeah. Who knows? They had to way, you know, if we go cheap on the, the likeness, what how these people look or don't look like they're actors were essentially based in them off of versus we pay all these people in the game sell. Well, I guess they're going with the with the safer option. Yeah. Now would you be a skeptical if say just hypothetically that all these vendors movies, and all these, you know, marvel Capcom or not, not calf com- marvel universe movies, didn't exist? And this game was just like the first and saying to come up, do you think you'd be as skeptical? I mean, I wouldn't even give this the time of day, the, the avengers are popular because of the first iron man, and all the movies and all the tremendous acting and spectacles, as movies have delivered. That's why the gains being made. So now if this was the first thing coming out in twenty nineteen would adventures game. Well, nobody cared about these guys until the marvel cinematic marvel cinematic universe. Yeah. Sands Spiderman who has been popular for a very, very long time. All those people at, at marvel are the reason for the popular these characters game would not have enticed anybody. Yeah. So I guess those, those characters made this type of game even possible. Yeah, I don't know. I guess we'll, we'll see what happens when it comes out. I just feel very uneasy about it. I don't know if that's going to change. Like, I don't know if I don't know, personally, if I can get over, even if the game is amazing. I just don't know if I can get over the characters looking different and not looking like how they look in the movies, I just don't know if I could do it. I mean, that's how I'm wired. I mean, you know, the reviews come in, and they give it a ten ten games amazing a Bill Pryor still won't play it. But I'll be more likely to. Yeah, yeah, I, I guess me too. But that was all I had for for square Unix. So a lot of people said that they had the best show of three. I thought they I thought they did a lot of good things. So I definitely think they're up there for sure. I, I think I met expectations at least. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. So the next company, we're gonna talk about is Microsoft who I thought going into the show was going to have the best e three press conference. And honestly, I think in terms of showmanship, I think they definitely did. I guess I'll start off with cyberpunk twenty seventy seven. And basically, they showed off a CD projects reds brand new game. And it looks pretty awesome. You're like kind of like a, a cyborg type character. It seems like your your arms can turn into like, you know, these big blades, but it's also going to be a first person shooter. You know, instantly, I'm thinking about, you know, your ability to fire a gun, but then also kind of have like your, your arms, do some crazy stuff in terms of attacks. And just all all that good stuff. And I guess the biggest surprise of the trailer was Kano Reeve or Reeves, right. Yeah. So he ended up being in the in the. The trailer for it. He had a character cameo. Yeah. It makes a cameo in the trailer. Yeah, he, he actually I don't know if he shows I guess I didn't watch the whole presentation. But I guess he shows up after the trailer or right before it or whatever. So people are. Yeah. There's their minds. Yes. Who he actually the door opened up? And there was just a huge, you know, puff of smoke and he was just walking out and. Yeah. The crowd went absolutely crazy. He's a popular guy. So, yeah. Yeah. I'm actually pretty interested to see what what he does for this game. Yeah. It seems like he's gonna play a pretty major role in the story. You know, his character looked awesome. He seems like a really cool guy seemed like he was really hyped up about it. You know he's talking about how they approached him and all that to make this game. And he said, he's always interested in in good stories and. It, it just seems really awesome. I feel like you know, obviously, this is a game that can be played across you know, all these different platforms excluding, switch probably. But, you know, the fact that Microsoft is able to get them onstage, and who knows, maybe if, if Sony went to this year's conference, maybe they would have went on their stage. I don't know. But it's definitely good on Microsoft in terms of showmanship to have stuff like this that fans get really excited for because that's part of the three it's being flashy and it's being, you know, it's really playing to the crowd, and planning to your target audience. So I thought that was a really good move on their part. He's a great choice. He's, he's a subject of a lot of memes. But in all seriousness, he's really applauded to be a really nice guy kinda lonely guy, but just a genuine person. And I think yes. You know,.

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"bill pryor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

11:09 min | 2 years ago

"bill pryor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And we'll talk a bit about tonight the green new deal, which has of course, been put forward by a number of the the more militant Democrats in congress. Even though it faced an ignominious defeat in the Senate without a single voter support. Although a number of Democrats, I guess every democrat voted present and one of the prime backers of all of this congresswoman Alexandria, Cossio Cortez made the comment that she had asked him to vote present, which will in my personal mind leaves a little bit to be desired in terms of credibility. But it was certainly a dramatic proposal in terms of its timing in terms of its impact. And I thought we would talk about that tonight with Alfred Ortiz he is president and CEO of the job creators network and good to have you on tonight. Thanks, jim. Good evening. How are you doing? I'm doing. Well. Thank you out. I'm just looking at all of the things that that came out in this. This proposal of the green new deal things which well getting rid of of airliners getting rid of cows. I've always said that if you just distract storage tanks to the the back of cows exhaust pipes that might be a source of renewable energy. But but be that as it may. Of course, the entire process was just Laden with issues of of practicality, even assuming that you feel the goals were laudable. In fact, no less a person than former President Obama lectured house members on the decec- of Democrats tempering their proposals with recognition of reality such as the cost of of such proposals. I don't think that that exactly made a big hit with the the assembled radical Democrats. But your your thoughts about that. Well, it's it's it's amazing. Really? I mean, a ninety three trillion dollar price tag. And and I'm not sure if you've got a chance to see our actual later, go board where we rode out ninety three trillion. I think we had a check at about six different times to make sure we had enough to rose because we've never actually ridden ninety three trillion out that way, but that was the price tag. And I I can't it's pretty news. That AFC is we like to call her lovingly here is that I guess she gave the green light to the senators to vote president. I didn't realize that Chuck Schumer had lost his job. Yeah. Well, of course, I'm sure it in at AO sees mind. It's only a matter of time till chief president, and she can do anything. She wants. That's right. That's right. But I mean think about that not even the sponsor in the Senate voted it. Mark. L massachusetts. Yeah. Yeah. I voted president. You know? It's funny. Mitch McConnell put out actually great video. It's probably you know, I I I I give them kudos for the video. But he did a little montage of all the democrat senators what they're saying about the green Bill Pryor, and how is the existential and imported in critical yet when it came to the vote it's just presence. This is so ridiculous. I love Markey's comment, and I quote from Senator Ed Markey of Massachusetts who was standing right there. With this whole thing came out. I mean, mostly we're talking about kids are needed adult supervision by his age at marquee would seem to have qualified his comment ear about what Mitch McConnell did. And I quote by rushing a vote on the green new deal resolution Republicans want to avoid a true national debate and kill our efforts to organize. Really? In other words. The leader of of the Republicans in the Senate advanced to the Senate floor a proposal made by Democrats and bypassed all of the subcommittee at committee checks is it. Okay here. It is here. It is. I know exactly. When have the opportunity you know to vote their convictions. What did it do to the president? And you know, when you look at the, you know, the greenie we like to call it, by the way, Jim like all the green raw deal with Americans would get it. The rod deal on this one. But it wasn't. It wasn't looking forward. Kind of ideas of vacation, you know, kind of innovative economic plan. It really was the same old socialist policies that have been tried and failed all over the world. And except they were even more extreme when you think about some of the things that they were recommending I mean banning fossil fuel energy eliminating ninety nine percent of Kurds eliminating all air travel. I remember the Senator from Hawaii. I think she had the best quote abolish, she goes. Well, it wouldn't do much good for those in Hawaii. We got rid of air travel. You know in gutting and rebuilding every building in America every single building in America for those who have not actually followed the green new deal. Yes. Every single building. I'm not talking about every major building every multi-storey building every office building every single building. I mean unbelievable. You know? And and you know, it really was the kitchen sink. I mean, this this green rug and had everything in there. You know, guaranteed income for those who didn't want to work. I guaranteed income whether you were unable or unwilling to work. Hey, we're not making this up, folks. I mean, I have to tell you. I mean, it's unbelievable. You know, what they were doing? I mean. But you know, when you look at this. You know, it's interesting because again, obviously dead on arrival. How has already said we're not taking anything like that. We're not going to be voting on it. Breaking it up until little bits and pieces of legislation which by the way is Jim is, you know, that's what the Democrats actually did very well they end up incrementalized underway to what they wanna do. And so one of the things that job creators network. We wanna make sure we do it. There were we're going to be calling this out. We're going to be calling every single little piece of legislation that kind of some kind of manifestation of the green raw deal as we call it as that. Right. We're going to paint it and label it as elements of the green raw deal because that's what they do. This is what it's about. We're gonna see it coming. You know, they're going to be voting with obviously, they control the house just voted out of the house one after another and thank goodness. At least we can, you know, the Republicans control the Senate right now because none of this will ever become law. Of course, a Republican in the house. So I would pay Nancy Pelosi. I would pay her to to to pull the same vote in the house. Obviously, she she she will not I remember when they first made the announcement of this. I will never forget the wonderful comment that if you Pelosi made at bless her heart, boy, she can euphemize up a storm when she wants to she applauded the green new deal supporters enthusiasm. Right. Right. Right. I mean, and it just really, you know, absolutely nothing, but we didn't take a step back. And you look at folks who you would have thought normally are supportive of anything that comes out of the democrat. I mean, the AFL CIO wrote a letter saying that the green raw deal with Cosby media harm two million of their labor union members. I mean, this is the AFL CIO thing. What are you thinking sore wind companies conduct green raviol- too extreme even the co-founder of Greenpeace links? Patrick Moore called the green new deal completely crazy. I love what I see the comment by an Edward Markey. Like this about about rushing this. I thought rushing was the whole point. Because if I'm not mistaken in inherited the green new deal was the statement that we are going to risk killing every human being on the planet in a dozen years. I believe well, it doesn't that would be twenty thirty one. So I mean, there's no time to waste. I don't see how things were that desperate. If our our environmental and pollution and climate change predictions are so dire. There's no time to waste. We've got to do it. Now every last bit of it right now. Yeah. Just just unbelievable. And you know, I mean, I in, but again, this is just kind of emblematic of of really of what's happening in the Democratic Party. There's quite a civil war going on now Jim in the Democratic Party between these radical left wing of the democrat party represented by. AT and I would call the more moderate so to speak. Democratic wing. But it, you know, it all boils down to ideas that they're promoting which is really socialism now. Which is unbelievable. We see what's happening in Venezuela. Literally unfolding before very hot. We're talking hardcore real honest to goodness socialism. Yeah. I mean, but how can anybody be embracing that unfold before very I mean, just less than a decade ago? Jim. That's what it was one of the richest countries in the world. Yes. Now, look at it. Unbelievable. How could how could anybody anybody who has some kind of a brain? Honestly, be celebrating in a that. I just don't understand that we have a call from Tim in Medford, Wisconsin on the Jim Bohannon show as we take a look at the the green new deal or green raw deal is our guest puts it. He is out. Frito Ortiz president and CEO of the job creators network and good evening, Tim. Well, good evening. Jim falon garri thing. Mr RT's. I was just wondering it the humor of this. I know we have to be careful in the case. It does get hurt her five. What did they get his comment on Senator Mike Lee who is kind of like the the Bob Newhart of the Senate bringing out the picture of Ronald Reagan riding velociraptor, the raptors carrying a tattered American flag Reagan's firing submachine gun with a rocket Blocher strapped to his back saying this is. You know, his his idea of the fantasy of the green new deal on the opposite end of the extreme-right. I go ahead. Is gonna say you. Go ahead. Alfred. Oh, I didn't see that. So. Yeah. No. I mean, I I know that he pulled out. I think I'm on the Senate floor, and I think either a couple of other things. I mean, look, I mean, I think what he was just really doing. There's just the ridiculousness of the entire discussion. Right. I mean. And I just I think the hyperbole of the right in a hyperbole on the left. Right. But the scary part is that what was happening on the left. That's really what they were believing. Right. I mean, this is just with unbelievable. And so, you know, I I I think sometimes those kinds of Spencer interesting on the Senate floor and they play themselves out. But you know, again, you know, we can't lose sight of exactly what was being discussed there in and why was happening is because it's just the point out the level ridiculous. I was happening on the left, and again, we're so thankful obviously the Senate, you know, we'll never pass anything like that. And again, even the democrat again, not.

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"bill pryor" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:38 min | 2 years ago

"bill pryor" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Welcome back. This is the Ben Shapiro show. The president of the United States is prepared to sign into law. A new budget Bill that will basically end the standoff between Democrats and Republicans over the border conservative review has a great piece by Daniel Horowitz going through. What exactly is in this budget deal? He says the process it's indefensible it is immoral many ideological perspectives vote on an eleven hundred page omnibus with new provisions on immigration amid a border crisis. Which of course is true. I've talked at length before about how I think it violates the very nature of constitutional government to provide massive omnibus packages to the president every Bill was supposed to be designed separately. Every Bill was supposed to come up for for a vote. And then the president had the ability to veto the reason that the line item veto even became an issue over the last thirty forty years is because congress routinely would put together crap sandwiches, and then tell the president either sign the crap sandwich veto the crap sandwich. It's not her bills used to work. So what exactly is in this thing? Well, according to Daniel Horowitz over Itziar who has a really good reveal that he says less of a wall, then even what Democrats agreed to from originally genetic twenty five billion for the wall, then he negotiated himself down to five point six billion dollars. Democrats balked and only agreed to one point six billion dollars. This Bill calls it a day one point three seven five billion dollars enough to construct fifty five miles, but it's worse than that the Bill limits. The president's ability to construct barriers to just the Rio Grande valley sector and only Bollard fencing not concrete walls of any kind. There's no ability to adapt. In fact, this provision is is so strong that is leading people to believe that Trump may not even be able to use a national emergency to overcome it. Meaning that if the Bill self restricts the ability to construct barriers to just a particular area. That's actually a solid legal basis for saying the president doesn't have national emergency power to construct wall while other places because the way that we read law in the judiciary is that last time is I in priority. So if. If congress passes to bills one in nine hundred sixty and one yesterday and one yesterday. Overrules the one in nineteen sixty then the courts will read it that way. So if the national emergencies act of nineteen Seventy-six says the president can declare national emergency and build a wall, which again is even questionable. We'll get to that. But even if it said that if a Bill yesterday came out and said, we will not allow the president to build a wall other than in this small area the Bill yesterday Trump's the national emergencies act of nineteen Seventy-six. Second thing that's wrong with the budget. According to Daniel Horowitz, liberal, local officials will have veto power over the wall. He says it's likely that not a single mile offense will be built section to thirty two. A of the Bill Pryor to use of any funds made available by this act for the construction of physical barriers that department of homeland security shall confer and reach mutual agreement regarding the design and alignment of physical barriers within that city. That's a consult local elected officials. This is why they've limited the wall to the Rio Grande valley. These are the most liberal borders on these are the most liberal counties on the borders Lord of the consequences. The Bill stipulates such consultations shall continue until September thirtieth twenty thousand nine and maybe extended beyond that hit by agreement of the parties, and no funds made available in this act should be used for construction while consultations are continuing which means Trump can't build any wall at least until September and maybe beyond because he has to consult with all of these liberal authorities third. The Bill contains a blatant amnesty for the worst cartel smugglers section two to four prohibits the deportation of anyone who's sponsoring an unaccompanied minor illegal alien or who says they might sponsor and uncut. Minor illegal alien who lives in a household with an unaccompanied minor legal alien or house while that might potentially sponsor United in unaccompanied, minor illegal aliens. So we are now using children being traffic across the border as an excuse not to arrest illegal immigrants in the country who may apply as a sponsor or anyone in the household applying as the sponsor Jessica Vaughan of the very anti immigration center for immigration studies. She says we can call this. The MS thirteen household Protection Act of one thousand nine hundred and we know that eighty percents of AC sponsors unaccompanied children are in the country illegally the number of people. This would protect would reach into the hundreds of thousands. If all the potential or household. Household potential. Household numbers. Are counted. Forth. The the budget Bill contains more funding to manage deuce, the invasion rather than to deterrent. There is no new funding for ice deportation agents. It does add another at forty million dollars for the alternatives to detention program, which moves asylum-seekers to facilities in the interior of the country where they're usually released that's catch and release and finally a doubles low skilled workers, it doubles, the number of H two B non-agricultural unskilled seasonal workers will continue to be a public on America. According to Daniel Horowitz. That's just a cursory glance through the Bill. There's a bunch of problems with the Bill itself. Now, the assumption was that President Trump would sign this bad Bill, and then he would declare a national emergency. According to ABC today. The president is going to declare some eight billion dollars for border walls. He is he is the Daily Mail actually is reporting that by declaring a national emergency is going to allow him spend eight billion dollars building his wall after signing that Bill to avoid a government shutdown the White House confirmed Thursday, the president will sign a bipartisan spending deal to avoid another government shutdown, but will declare the national emergency in an effort to procure funds to build a border wall from beholden event in the white House Rose Garden about the border at ten AM on Friday. He's expected to side both the funding Bill and the paperwork for his executive actions. Well, there are some problems with the national emergency declaration number one. We have to make sure that he doesn't limit himself in the budget Bill itself to not being able to do any of this stuff. He's talking about as I mentioned. But number two, it is really unclear whether a national emergency declaration allows the president of the United States to mobilize the military in a non emergency non-military situation to build the border wall. Also, it turns out that immigration law is actually not wartime power immigration law is domestic law enforcement section twenty two ninety three only applies for war or emergency that requires may require use of the armed forces. We've never used the armed forces with regard to stopping things at the border, except in rare rare occasions another federal law allows the military to condemn property for various purposes, four occasions, but funding has to be appropriated by congress to that purpose as I said yesterday the best provisions of law for the president is the provision of law US ten USC to eighty four that suggests that the president can declare certain drug corridors and then build. Fencing along those drug corridors, but the idea that he has some widespread national emergency power, and he's not actually expanding current national emergency power. I think is is full hardy and opens the door to president coming up. We're gonna talk about whether declaring a national emergency is even going to work wanting to accomplish what President Trump thinks it's going to accomplish. I think rob ably. Not maybe it's a.

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"bill pryor" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"bill pryor" Discussed on KCRW

"Senate Republicans made it clear that they will continue to fight to kill this Bill. They would spend weeks negotiating language for some of these provisions in the Bill with the democratic committee chairs and then when it's time for an actual vote. Support would sort of magically melt away, and meanwhile, several weeks of negotiation has gone the other thing he does during the Obama years this he starts holding up all these appointments of the president gets to make that have to be confirmed by the Senate, so pretty soon. There are all these vacancies cropping up all over the Obama administration. There ambbassador ships that haven't been filled board appointments that haven't been filled, but especially judge this Republican minority under Mitch McConnell has used the filibuster over and over again day in and day out time and time again to block a record number of of executive engineer appointments or nearly presidents appoint these judges. Visit matter, of course. But that's only becomes very difficult to the point where it was affecting the functioning of government. You can't return the Senate executive calendar into a nomination obituary column for thirty other judicial nominees obstruction in the Senate this completely unprecedented. This is McConnell seconds. Turn in the public eye really is sort of villainous figure the Democrats he becomes the sort of arch nemesis journal in structure, there was a point to is sort of super size. These sort of obstructive tendencies of the Senate and made it the thing that you do when you're in the minority. So Charlie it seems like McConnell's strategy is to paralyze the Senate under a democratic president until the country might elect a Republican president who would then enact legislation and nominee judges that would serve the Republican agenda, and that McConnell would sign off on. Exactly, that's why two thousand sixteen becomes incredibly important. The beginning. He tries to really stay out of it. Thank you favored Marco Rubio in the Republican primary, but he's looking at how he can hold onto the Senate and finally become majority leader under a Republican president. But then a first early in this cycle. Donald Trump comes on the scene. Donald Trump is winning some of these early primaries and his established himself as something more than a sideshow to this election. And it's against that backdrop that's McConnell has to make his decision about what he's going to do with the seat and the David Scalia dies that evening if this presidential debate. And there's half a dozen Republican candidates still competing for the presidential started candidates. Here are the rules. And at that debate. There's a question I the death of Justice Scalia and the vacancy that leaves on the supreme court is the question of what to do with the seat comes up and only one candidate gives the sort of weirdly specific answer about who. He would appoint that the supreme court. We could have Diane Sykes. Or you could have a Bill Pryor. We have some fantastic people that Donald Trump names judges. Who are very popular among conservative legal activists. I think it's up to Mitch McConnell and.

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"bill pryor" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

10:06 min | 3 years ago

"bill pryor" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Carol. I oh how. But enough about me. This is the most this is the most shocking headline Putin backs. Trump's move to withdraw US troops from Syria objects that the heat didn't support it though. So that's just fake news. It's fake Putin. Talking to fake news to object to what Trump said. Thing that was crazy about what Trump said was that? He said we're gonna leave Iran and Russia fight ISIS on their own. We're going to defeat ISIS. Right. But he said ISIS was already defeated. And that's why he's coming home and victory. Pulling the troops away from the border. Because of the migrate caravan before it got to the wall yet, he stopped it from coming across the border secure. We need a wall. That's correct. You know, what that was the most concise analysis? I've heard of exactly what you have no idea. I it takes our brain power to decipher what the president saying it. But it does for the president to say it. Yeah. It does. It makes my brain hurt. You tweeted if Donald Trump was looking to bring more scandal into the white is last minute sixth string. Pick of Mick Mulvaney was the right choice. Yeah. This is clearly a desperation move. He literally could not get anyone else. I know more about Mick Mulvaney than most people just because of the work that I do and the issues that he used to work on. And this guy has been Trump's number one enforcer. He's done everything that Trump wants him to do if Trump was finally looking to get a chief of staff who would not give him good advice in who would not object to anything. He wanted to do. He's his guy. I mean, we were told that Kelly was gonna straighten the ship that makes things more professional. He could not do it. Because Trump didn't want to do those things. Mick Mulvaney, will not propose anything that Trump. Doesn't wanna do. Yeah. Well in speaking of consumer protection, which is what you worked on for so long. Facebook. Is there any other better? Any indicator that we need a consumer protection? Facebook reportedly gave some of the world's largest tech companies access to use his personal data including some firms to read and delete users private messages and obtain contact information through their friends without user's knowledge or consent. They threw a data sharing business partnerships with more than one hundred and fifty companies including Amazon Microsoft net flicks Spotify Yahoo and the Russian search engine engineer index right Senator Brian Schultz democratic Hawaii said it has never been more clear, we need a federal privacy law. They are never going to volunteer to do the right thing. The FTC needs to be empowered to oversee big tech. Once again. They're like aversion to regulation. This is a perfect example of why I always, quote, an all lawyers of mine that said Steph people don't do the right thing because it's the right thing, they do it because they have to I hate to say, otherwise why have any laws at all? I mean. The real worry here. Okay. So. Yeah. Apple and other companies got access to your private messages. What does that mean? It means that every degree of separation that you have people getting into your direct messages. You're increasing the likelihood that those messages can get into hands that it doesn't belong beyond just those companies right people within those companies. So every company that added a list list, Chris exponentially, the number of people that have access to that information. Even if they try to keep it secure. How often do we hear about the data security of companies being breached? It happens every year two major companies, whether they're big clothing store chains or tech companies it even happened equifax this past year. Yeah. So you know, we should worry. And you know, this is a good lesson for consumers everywhere if the product you're using online is free. You are the product. Yep. Yep. Exactly. Speaking of protection Bill, so the Senate Republicans blocked the Muller protection Bill for the third time. It's not only that we just found out that obviously this entire Russian huge campaign much bigger than we knew was not just a benefit Trump at the benefit Republicans. They are getting closer and closer to getting exposed. Right. I mean when when statement Howard January third Elijah Cummings already has sent fifty letters asking for things that will then be subpoenaed because they weren't ever even things that were asked for in a bipartisan way before we're not subpoenaed at the White House said, no they have been right. Well, you never gonna find out this Roger stone thing they're going to find out. How Devin Nunes is a is a traitorous complicit clown who encouraged people to lie, right? Two points on that. Right. I mean. Yeah. The Muller protection Bill got blocked again. It's almost like they've also got their plans on the Trump protection belts. And the Bill is Bill Pryor the guy that they want service attorney general to protect Trump. But beyond that. Yeah. You know, there's actually a letter from the White House counsel's office your remember? When all these Democrats were not getting their letters responded to in the first year of the Trump administration. The administration came forward and said they didn't have to reply to members of congress. But they that they had to reply to chairs from congress various precedent of the White House counsel office under Trump's saying that they had to reply to letters of congressional chairman so by their own policy too. And thankfully, it's not just the policy. There's also subpoena power with a lot of these chairs. Yeah. Exactly. Wow. This is a rare. We actually they got something. Good done the Senate overwhelmingly passed a sweeping overhaul of the criminal Justice system. Right after we, you know, we obviously got Republicans to vote in large numbers to save to save money. That's all they ever care about by reducing prison sentences. But it also coincidentally happens to be the right thing to do. Right. Well, yeah, it's the right thing to do something that we're going to have to keep an eye on because we know that Republicans have their eyes on transferring as much of our prison system into the hands of private companies. So as we, you know, every time you open up something to reform you increase the opportunity for giant corporations to metal. And there's nothing Republicans like more than allowing that to happen. So we're gonna have to be diligent on that front. The good first step. But let's not take our half the ball. Look what they're doing in Florida. You've got one point four million felons who have done their time served their sentence. And the voters of Florida voted sixty two thirds of that voted to give his former felons back their voting rights and now Republicans in the state legislature back by their racist. Governor are fighting it even though the voters said they wanted it done pretty is important, but we've got to follow through on everything. We've got watch the Republicans hawks we had a gallon. Lobbying congress and the Senate for it. But I mean, it's one of those ridiculous stories, you know, her husband when they had a newborn was sent to prison for years for some minor drug offence. Right. So there's a hopefully this will like I say inadvertently help people. I think Trump in the end. Who cares? Why does anything? I mean. I think it's because Jarod told him too because it looks like a some sort of win for him. But if it helps people then good, right? Yeah. Absolutely. I'm not going to give him any credit that he doesn't deserve. If this was not his work. The congress sent him something, you know, he's not really been involved in much of the legislating done by congress. He is an absentee president who doesn't know his way around the block in Washington has no how legislation gets made or how laws are always. And there's you can never rule out a last-minute tantrum whereby he refuses to sign up for a reason. Figure out. Well, I thought this would have a wall. Yeah. I mean, speaking of being forced to do something not even because it's the right thing with the number of migrant children U S custody nearing fifteen thousand because there's so many other stories, you know, we take our our our that ball right in the Trump administration said it will roll back its requirement everyone in the sponsors house will undergo fingerprinting an extensive criminal background checks. That's because they've created this problem that now is becoming overwhelming. Right. The number of know, we know that the administration put forward these policies without thinking them through. And why do why do you put forward a policy that that basically locks children up without letting their parents know, where they're going to be or how to get them. We're unified. Why do you do that you do that? Because you don't think of these people as human beings, and that at the end of the day is what has been the most remarkable thing about this administration every step along the way, they do things to hurt people because they don't value human life in the slightest. Yeah. Yeah. No, exactly. I mean again, I. We were mentioning yesterday because of public outcry is the only reason Yemeni woman is going to be allowed to come. Visit her dying two year old in the hospital who harassed American citizen husband brought here for treatment. I mean, it's just normal human things. Because of the Muslim ban. Right. I mean, it's just I feel like we just have to reclaim our sort of common humanity again. Right. I mean. You know, starting in January. There's going to be an ability to hold the administration accountable for these actions because Republicans are so abdicated the role of congress to hold the president accountable. They've got a lot of work to do in January when they take over in addition to passing laws that helped people they've got to do a lot of work to fix what? Trump's broken absolutely happy Christmas Hannukah Treason's. Greetings to you, sir. Likewise. Hopefully in the new year, we'll have some celebrating to do around here. You can trace gremlin no longer living in the White House. Yes. There you go. Love you see next year. Thank you you too nineteen minutes after the hour, this no this portion is brought to you by me and my overly large pajamagram pajamas that are.

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"bill pryor" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"bill pryor" Discussed on The Young Turks

"We'll obviously no filter with Anna Sperry. Listen to don't. Actually. I do for quality control, but anyway. No, I, I really, I don't know if I'm supposed to be promoting this because it's not on our network, but I really like the daily. Yeah, Michael Barbaro who speaks very slowly does a lot of that, but it's a good way of kind of understanding the inner workings of big news stories. So I really enjoy that. But I also listened to to Nina Turner's podcast. We the people I listened to your show damage reporting. Thank you. Which is fantastic. Available as a podcast. It is. Yes. So make sure you guys check it out. It's really good stuff there. We had a Bill Pryor be up, not too long after today's show was great. We had a book Tomasson and also congressional candidate who's likely to become the first Muslim woman congresswoman Rashida to leave was on the show today it you've interviewed a lot of people we've had great. Yes. Yeah, definitely. All right. Wanna read some TY t. lives for you. Now Gabby Morita says, can we take the whole safe-space narrative back from conservatives? Like is there something wrong with expecting the places I go to be safe? Yeah, it's it's funny because they want their own safe spaces, right? Which I've talked about no filter. I won't get into it now just to save time. Tom's walkie says people in Florida are afraid of alligators sharks red tide and sinkholes. All of them combined don't account for a fraction of the homicides created through the lax gun laws and the refusal to accept Medicaid funds. So true that special, yes, it cover people properly such a great point, super fast. But I mean, this happens all the time, but a woman was walking her dog and a Florida last week, and an alligator was threatening her dog. And so she like tried to scare off the alligator and the alligator dragged on. Don't please repeat that story. I saw it and it was horrible. That is just terrible. Okay. For us. Yeah. I mean, that's what she was trying to protect. That's tough. Thanks for bringing that up. This is Florida's a great day. This is the floor is like for Resto Montero on t. super chat. Thank you for helping the show asked a question. I actually am not familiar with this controversy. Any response to the Donna Brazile tweet controversy. Do you know about this. Okay, find it. Yeah, we'll look into it during the break. I'm Don. I could probably guess she said maybe maybe it was about the reforms this weekend. I'm not sure. I actually, I don't think I ain't. Let's we'll get briefed on that during the next break, and maybe I'll come up with an opinion by then, but I honestly haven't come across. I prefer to predict respect you it. Okay. Moving onto some other news, the family members of an I will college student by the name of Molly Tibbets. The woman who was tragically murdered, the family members are coming out and speaking out against how her death has been politicized by the right wing. Now she was allegedly murdered by a man named Christian Rivera, and there is still some uncertainty as to whether or not he's in the country legally or illegally. But what we do know is that he is a Mexican individual in the country. There is some possibility that he's here illegally, and so the Trump administration along with other right wing. Have exploited this tragedy in order to make a statement about immigration into the United States and Molly Tippett's. His family is not happy about that before we get to their statements. I want to give you a sense of what Trump has said in the past to politicize this tragedy. Take a look, the illegal. Elion coming in. Very sadly from Mexico, and you saw what happened to that incredible, beautiful young woman. Should have never happened illegally in our country. We've had a huge impact, but the laws are so bad. So Trump has done this in the past where he has taken family members of victims who were killed by undocumented immigrants and has paraded them around in an effort to spread anecdotal evidence propaganda about how we need to squash any and all immigration from Mexico or Central American countries into the United States..

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"bill pryor" Discussed on First Mondays

First Mondays

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"bill pryor" Discussed on First Mondays

"The other thing is the second thing you can do is talk about his substantive us about the law, like deal believe in originalism, blah, blah, blah, blah. And that's also not gonna move anyone because all the you can speak in generalities. We have this convention that you don't have to say anything specific about any specific cases. And so that also is not going to really move anyone. And so all the action in these hearings is really in this third category of like stuff that's not about you personally, but relates to your sort of professional character. That's not exactly on the merits of the cases. You know what I mean? So like did you perjure yourself when you said that you. Haven't been involved with the Bill, Pryor nomination, for example. And I think the answer to that I've read in conduct in the answer's probably no, but like that's an example of that doesn't have anything to do with whether you're nice and it doesn't have anything to do with like, what do you think about like Obama fell? But it would be like a sort of like half on the merits reason to like get mad at you for reasons that weren't like you're a mean guy. You know what I mean? So this really felt like it was in that category of the like, are you sort of like, have you engaged in some kind of professional misconduct we should care about and that that being the sort of future of confirmation hearings? Like if that's where the action is that is, that is depressing thought Andy, I mean, can you? That's what we're going to do from now on that students. So. Plea, but but I think when you were bringing up the nomination, his involvement in the nomination Bill Pryor, I kind of agree with your assessment. You know, I just based on what I've read. I don't think he perjured himself, but that's another perfect example of where I don't think the answers were completely forthcoming. Right? You could see the exchanges he was asked, you know, at one point where you handling this nomination? No, he was not the primary person handling it in the course of that exchange. He was asked where you involved, and you know, keep saying, no, this is that earlier confirmation hearing, but that was after the initial question was, were you handling it? And you know, so apparently the deal apparently is that like there's a point person, different circuits where like assigned a different point, people in the White House was like, prior wasn't my guy. You love and Serbia wasn't my thing. And then later he sort of short hands that by saying I wasn't involved, but he knowledged walled myself off from the prior nomination. Why the hell would I have big offices talked. About with people. It wasn't like wasn't my idea right? Like that was the kind of point he was trying to get out so bizarre by the way to think back to a world in which the nomination of Bill Pryor eleventh circuit was like, we're gonna grow this nominee to high heavens. He had anything to do with that now. It's like they might be Bill Pryor. You know what I mean? Yeah. Like another one of the examples where you know if the exchange in these hearings was being forthright, it would've been. I'm not the point person, but yeah, I was involved, right. I probably did some moods and some advising and whatnot, but that wasn't my guy. And instead, you know, some people came away from the exchange thinking. You're not involved at all and only some very loose sons. And so it's just a game in like, just kind of it's an area where I really think it would actually be healthier, and I think it might have actually been fine if you had just said, like, in other words. I don't wanna shorthand this like I was part of the White House's team on judicial nominations. I wasn't the point person for Bill Pryor, but we all kinda worked on everything..

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"bill pryor" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

Lovett or Leave It

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"bill pryor" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

"Some of which had been previously proved and some of which hadn't. In addition, the Washington Post of chained leak committee, confidential documents, cavenaugh testified to take Kennedy quote. No, I was not involved in handling Bill Pryor nomination. Bill Pryor was a controversial anti wrote. Judge was being nominated. The federal appeals court later in that same testimony cavenaugh said, I'm not familiar generally Mr. prior, but that was not one that I worked on personally. But then later in some of these emails, it was revealed that he was invited to meetings around the prior nomination. This lots of many people say that he is committed perjury. In addition, cavenaugh testified in multiple confirmation hearings that he did not know Republican Senate staffers had hacked and stolen democratic emails to help the Bush. Whitehouse, get a leg up on the opposition judicial fights and play no role in the scandal. I tell you perusing the cavenaugh emails today. It was like a punch in the face about all the things that made Bush terrible. There was the phrase unitary executive appear to want to Kavanagh's emails. And I like I was all of a sudden I was in two thousand and three. I'm Pat days, but. Today, Patrick layhee showed that Cavanaugh was the recipient of a number of obviously stolen democratic materials. Some of which were purported to be from a quote, mole in an Email marked, quote spying and was told to handle the stolen documents with utmost secrecy. You can debate some of these other questions, but to me, it is pretty fucking glaring that around this specific issue. I think he lied around a bunch of this, but this I think it's pretty hard to deny Emily. What do you think? It's just too easy though? I mean, you'd have to think that there there's some code word for spying or like or like you could just call it like spaghetti. Like, I don't know if there are any like Vander pump rules fans in this in this audience, but that's a really good useful code word for basically anything you're not supposed to be doing pasta rather. It's pasta. I'm sorry. It's not about the pasta. It's not about the pasta. With a fucker you talking about. I'm just saying that's like putting spine in the subject line just feels like it feels like it's throwing us off the sense. I don't know. Yeah, it is like, you know, they do. I worked at the White House. You get a little sloppy because they're emailing all day. It's a job. You get a little angry. It'll heated your rights on the shouldn't, but you definitely don't put subject lines spying here or the documents we stole from the Democrats. Don't tell anybody is public record is going to be a fucking library. I mean, I know for me, I get a lot of anxiety about writing emails and sometimes I try to like write a clever headline. Just grab grabs his attention, but you know, around five o'clock when it's kind of the end of the day, you're kind of on running on fumes, like you of through cleverness Alba window. You're just like, what does Email about like spine. Okay, fine. Whatever. I can go home..

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"bill pryor" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"bill pryor" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Reset the board nobody wants anyone who wants to play reset the shirt i'm happy this was a referral by komi by mullah rather so muller came across this information as it relates to michael but but this is not directly related to the russia blow what do they want so they speak for the overwhelming majority of americans nobody nobody else stands the russia from nobody no regular you wonder this is this is somewhat more understandable so we don't know what they want yet but we do know what they were aiming at in the in the the rate information related to the payment that we know michael cohen made the hundred thirty thousand dollar payment he made to stormy daniels aka stephanie clifford right eleven days before the election any information regarding the nondisclosure agreement in payment to karen mcdougal who's the playmate yahoo with trump anderson cooper interviewed her cnn plug and also we learned this yesterday last night near times part of this i that they were looking for any documents for mation related to the access hollywood tape what is that well we don't know and it's not clear even they kois that two thousand and five tape was made twenty six it came out to he was just some guy then well he was he has been donald trump's personal lawyer into a fixer for a very long donald trump was just some guys was just some guy that's true too i would have that we don't know that cohen was involved in that in any way for though the question i would ask bill pryor cancers better why would on the search warrant that beat.

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"bill pryor" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"bill pryor" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"In the case of tom brady i happen to think that's really none of our business i happen to think the tom brady really didn't do anything wrong he really did all i'm saying is that the furore that's absent in this equation as it pertains to him razmara browse because had that bank hamdoon lord knows what we would have said about we made a big deal by him now the day when he was jumping up and down arrive rivera was wasn't wasn't willing to go ford on a fourth in one initially and robert was like don't do that don't do that but it was everybody else that was making a big deal about his maturity level he's really got to give it together it's got to control his emotions eccentric cetera had left folks go off further we would have been talking about anger management issues but not operating though never that none of that when they had been many occasions in his career where he did exactly what he did with jospin days yesterday member that tom bellow by former uc offensive coordinator for the knowing the pages not a head coach formerly head coach of penn state now head coach with houston texas member when he was office coordinated with the new england patriots no more tom brady try to talk to them like that and they had to be restrained to the point where bill bellichik at the top of the knock it off because bill pryor would it back down.

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"bill pryor" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"bill pryor" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Now my eagles stat of the day coming up for you also jagr's can't keep the secret cowboys beat the kansas city chiefs cowboys iraq although ezekiel elliott still has another day in court news stay in a man who knows what it i don't even know where we are any more with this shane irving joining us now shea good morning nato bomb are danny how the hell are you i'm good cowboys one danny this okay here's the problem home i'm getting my hope so danny 'cause they looked like a playoff yesterday well they are a playoff team that at all it auto about all that they look a playoff team in denver they look like a playoff team at all and now they're over here beaten or the kctu took a good team at a pretty much shut down uh through the best software to weapons in the end up bill pryor you take away that or tap duboc over the last couple of seconds to the game that game here gave me everybody out thought it was going to coordinate held down take that out oh and hillary bunch of dude up i didn't see that common patruk danny it's going to be old right now it at the problem is now i'm getting excited i'm starting to enjoy the games more i've got a happy droca happy bush go it i'm good to talk to you after the game good to talk to guard of the game that scares me because i know dale ezekiel sooner or later go to have pay the piper i don't know when they're golden cook up with the worst stretch ever it's it's warriors danny in a one money that we it things have just wait for that of cuba dropped right off fate didn't you lose a bet to the front row.

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"bill pryor" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"bill pryor" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"Boards for everything even the dialogue scenes like very sore specific scripts then anna matic's like cut to the music because the good thing about doing things to the music is actually with the action staff yoshi end up with zero fats is not like on any of those action scenes we've got millions of other setups or angles me pretty much what we show is ways in the movie and that's because if the song is five minutes long then this chases five minutes long and working with the stunt guys you then kind of light almost like reverse engineering into her visas evening immonen looks like multi camera set up she will longlens profiled moving through the garage ago those things are actually doing single camera to a plan sometimes i mean never that more than like on the you know never really use more than she cameras on main unit and usually have like a hero show and then sometimes i could be show and if you can get to hear a at the same time gray that if you'll be show is growing up your a shot forget it that's basically the way mean bill pryor lie so make sure the asia what you wanted and if you can get great be show great if not i worry about it so sometimes i say that tequila gunfight sequence it's pretty much like every shot is like an a shock and we just shoot that as moss to shop sometimes the script zipper isis kinda style having a nervous breakdown is as much as no mazda why did the scenic kinda it is what it is run and so i mean pretty much the accessing that's what we did all the way through as you just doing it in order.

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"bill pryor" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

02:34 min | 4 years ago

"bill pryor" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

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