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New York PD officer and Marine charged in violent Washington, DC riot
"Yorkers have been charged for their alleged roles. In last month's capital riot, CBS Two's Dick Brennan tells us who they are, or Republican committeeman 46 year old Philip Grillo of Glen Oaks, Queens, who authorities say barged into the capital through a broken window, and Thomas Webster of upstate New York, a retired NYPD officer and marine veteran. Charged with assaulting a police officer with the Marine Corps flagpole as an American. And his army veteran. It's sad to see us attacked by our fellow citizens. Capitol police captain Carnation Mendoza told the Senate hearing. The attack left her scarred. I received chemical burns to my face that still have not healed to this day. Webster served in an NYPD unit that provided security for the mayor. He retired from the NYPD in 2011.
Fresh update on "brennan" discussed on All Things Considered
"This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Mary Louise Kelly and I'm Elsa Chang. For the first time in nearly three decades, the state of Georgia voted to put a Democrat in the White House. Then it added two U. S. Senators from the Democratic Party and one person Central to turning Georgia Blue is the voting rights activist and former state legislator Stacey Abrams. She told us these results were not entirely unexpected, but still extraordinary. Given Georgia's history. It becomes somewhat like Lucy and the football who are pulling it away from Charlie Brown. And as one of the cheerleaders, saying Charlie Brown, we should kick again. Georgia It was a remarkable thing to have it work. The 2020 election had historic turnout, but Stacey Abrams fight is just beginning. Yesterday, the Georgia House of Representatives passed legislation that would restrict early and absentee voting and 42 other states are also considering bills that would make it harder to vote. Yes, Dear. Abrahams helped to make a documentary about voter suppression then and now it's called all in the fight for democracy, and it's been short listed for an Oscar. I asked Abrams what it compelled her to make this movie. My 2018 campaign for governor was not successful. And in the time between the Election Day November, 6, then my non concession speech on November 16th. I really had to grapple with what happened, and I realized I had no right to victory. No politician has the right to win an election. But as a citizen, I have a right to my vote, and so did thousands of Georgians who were denied their franchise. But what really sat with me was the younger people who have been so instrumental in transforming our electorate didn't really have the historical context for why voter suppression was not only so egregious now, but how it had a through line to the past. Huh? There are Republicans who are drawing a line between your refusal to concede in 2018 and former President Trump's refusal to concede in the several weeks following the 2020 election, and I want to play a bit of tape from our show last December. This is Georgia election official gave sterling a Republican talking about the impact of trump attacking the integrity of voting. This started in 2018 Stacey Abrams said. I'm not conceding. I don't believe in the vote is being continued by President Trump in 2020 Santa believe the boat it's undermining people's faith in the democratic institutions that keeps the republic sound and all those institutions are there and need to be supported. So what do you say to people who do see parallels between your position on election integrity and 2018 and Trump's position in 2020? So let's start with the baseline. There's election integrity, and then there's voter suppression. They're not the same thing. Voter suppression is whether or not every person who is eligible to participate in our elections has the ability to do so or whether they are prevented from doing so are discouraged from doing so by the state. It is absolutely incontrovertible that what I argued for was more people being permitted to participate in the process, which is the fundamental nature of democracy and Trump and his allies fighting tooth and nail to deny the right to vote to millions of Americans. But are you at all concerned that vocalizing your concerns about election integrity? Eroded people's confidence in election integrity. I've never used that phrase because election integrity is the code word. It is the dog whistle that they use today to justify denying access to the right to vote. In fact, you find the very same people, including gave sterling arguing for further restrictions on access to the right to vote using this false narrative. Election integrity. And in the wake of this false narrative. We're watching attempts to restrict the access to vote in the state of Georgia 50 different bills that are doing nothing but trying to restrict access. And each time there on Lee justification is that people don't like the outcome of the 2020 election. They have no evidence. They have no data. They have no proof. Let's talk about some of those bills that you just mentioned, according to the Brennan Center for Justice, there are more than 250 bills and 43 states that seek to tighten voting rules, including one That just passed in the Georgia House of Representatives. Supporters of the bill are saying that adding uniforms Monday through Saturday voting times lessons, confusion, while Democratic lawmakers say that That kind of build discriminates against black voters who mobilize on Sundays often do you agree with that assessment of these Democratic lawmakers that this kind of bill directly holds back black voters? So what? What's set Some context for people are thinking about Georgia because I think that's a perfect example. Georgia has 159 counties. Largest county has more than a million people. The smallest county has 2500 and what has happened for the last 15 years is that we've allowed more to be done for places that are larger, and here's why this matters in the 2020 general election in 107 out of 159 counties. Black Georgians were more likely than white Georgians to vote on weekends instead of during the week under HB 5 31. This limitation of access to voting is going to disproportionately harm black voters because they tend to live in larger counties, and they tend to live in higher population communities. This is not about uniformity. This is about constriction of access, because in those larger counties, more people turned out in 2020, and it changed the outcome of elections in ways that Republicans Loath to acknowledge and see repeated. I want to turn to the U. S. Supreme Court now because today the Supreme Court has heard arguments into Arizona cases that could further gut the 1965 Voting Rights Act. Me. Just ask you. How worried are you that this current 6 to 3 Conservative Majority Court will help erode much of the work that you and other activists have done. I'm deeply concerned, and I am sadly steeled. For that result. We know that Section Two of the Voting Rights Act has been the remaining pillar that has protected communities of color because what it says is that states and local governments are not permitted to pass laws that are discriminatory against people of color in there. Ability to vote. The challenge that's raised by the erosion of Section two is that if you can pretend that the reason you are taking these actions is not connected to race, then you are permitted to eviscerate access this matters because that's exactly what precipitated the 1965 Voting Rights Act. And if we eviscerates Section two, we are returning to post reconstruction Jim Crow era laws, and this is not hyperbole. It is a direct through line, which is one of the reasons all in the fight for democracy is so important because I need people to understand. This isn't a new trick. This is the same trick that has been played time and again to deny access to the right to vote. Voters who were considered undesirable by the party in power and forgive me. I have to ask this question. I'm wondering how does running an Oscars campaign compare with running for political office? It is. It is a different universe that I'm in being a part of this broader conversation, But I think what's so important about this documentary. We still have to have this conversation. This conversation is just as relevant. Host 2020 election because, as you pointed out, 250 Plus bills in 43 states are attempting to strip us of the right to vote. And this campaign allows me to do the work. I love to do most, which is encourage Americans toe, own their franchise and fight for the right to vote. Stacey Abrams, voting rights activist and former minority leader of the Georgia House of Representatives. Thank you very much for speaking with us today. Also, this has been a delight. Thank you so much. It's w N. Y. C and you are listening.
Tiger Woods Faces An Uncertain Future
"Also brennan. It's currently a little bit before eight pm eastern on tuesday night and we need to say obviously that this story is still developing but as of now. What do we know about the car accident involving tiger woods. Well at this point based on the press conference held by the los angeles sheriff's department and various reporting tiger woods was driving at what was potentially too high speed around a area in los angeles county. That had a pretty severe bend in the road. The vehicle travel several hundred feet from the center. Divider at the intersection and rested on the west side of the road. In the brush is seven fifteen in the morning. Local time in la reissued ended up on. Its sire and there's a picture of the car holy cow and needed to be pried from. The viewpoint was removed by paramedics wielding axes to which is to use for prying and we also use an to pry him from the vehicle he was taken from the coat with see a caller backboard for Spinal precautions was responsive at the time of standard and resume wait. He was removed from the scene on a backboard rushed to nearby hospital and a trauma center. As of now no evidence of any impairment. There was no evidence of impairment so subsequent to that we're not gonna make any There was no effort to draw blood for example at the hospital so as of now it seems like a really bad accident. What do we know about. Tiger woods is health at the moment. Will he was brought to the hospital. Underwent surgery mark steinberg agents said there's multiple leg injuries. It has been said that there are potential fractures in his legs. But the big thing that was kind of noteworthy coming out of that press conference was. Everyone's saying he's lucky to get out of his life. He was wearing a seat belt. But it's bad and it could have been a whole lot worse when we first heard this news and didn't know really any details and just saw the photos of the car. I think a lot of us flashed back to just over a year ago with kobe. Bryant's helicopter accident also. La did you also have that immediate reaction i did. It was eerily similar. Do you remember where you were when you heard about kobe bryant. I think everyone will remember today. This was kind of one of those moments so it was only about fifty five sixty miles or so from where kobe's helicopter crash was so definitely. I had that kind of haunting feeling. I think a lot of people did. How has the gulf world reacted to this new. So far fellow players golf officials the best way i could describe. It is a lot of people holding their breath not only for his health. But for what happened. I mean i'm sick to my stomach hurts to see one ear seven now. My closest friends know getting an accident. And i just hope he's all right just is weird. I kids you know ensure the struggle. It's been a journey with tiger woods and a lot of people have kind of come to a level of cognitive dissonance of balancing the man and the myth and the realities of the scandals that he's been involved with and the amazing greatness and today seeing kind of the juxtaposition between this and his crash in two thousand nine tigers wife of five years zealand nordgren told police she heard the crash and used a golf club to break the rear window and pull him out of the locked vehicle. Young raveling of this public persona. That was very much kind of construct when it comes tiger woods. This perfect person was perfect.
Fresh update on "brennan" discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka
"We're reviewing evidence coming through digital media to identify, investigate and arrest anyone who broke the law that day. And our greatest partner. In this investigation has been American people themselves. Your constituents, citizens from around the country have sent us more than 270,000 digital media tips. Some have even taken the painful step of turning in their friends or their family members. And he's proud of it. Just register what you just heard. That is the current director of the FBI, Christopher Wray, who says the FBI has sifted through more than a quarter of a million tips. Quarter of a million Howry people. How did people breached security? Congress on Jerry the six and he's excited. He's thanking the members of the Senate, where he testified today that relatives are dining out their relatives. I remember somewhere else where that happened. It's called the Soviet Union and the Warsaw Pact. But of course, what should you expect from a bureaucrat for a person who has become the exemplar off what the swamp creature looks like. The only person worth in terms of describing exactly how bad it is, is the former director of the CIA for Obama. Where he said the following if you haven't seen this, I think you're in a cave or you don't have Internet MSNBC, John Brennan. On how he feels today Cut five Play Cup. Well, I must say to class point, increasingly embarrassed to be a white male these days, and what kind of what I see by other white male saying Is it interesting? The host of the show starts giggling. She's laughing. Why Mika? She knows deep down that what he said, is virtue, signaling It's woken topia at level 11. I'm embarrassed. I'm embarrassed to be white male, given what my fellow white males are doing or gas. What? John Brennan where embarrassed that we share a skin color and they sex with you. You are a pathetic man. An individual who not surprisingly, before he was hired by the CIA, and you can read. Even CNN reported this. John Brennan voted for the Communist Party candidate for president. Yes. A communist Joined the CIA. And was made The director of the CIA by Barack Obama. And today he's virtue, signaling, Let me show you what a real man looks like. This is another clip from CPAC from Dan Bongino, who Let's just say it. After President Trump they gave the best speech is first. I'm concerned. Because he Summed it all up. It takes something. It's relatively easy to give a good speech for 10 minutes, 15 minutes because you've got room to maneuver. But 37 seconds to sum it all up the way that this former NYPD Secret Service officer did. You're a champion Dan Bongino and let's listen to him. Video Cut 23 Play Cup Leave here tonight with your chest out Proud. You are the renegades. You are the mistress. You are the real fighters. You're the one that matters And don't make make no mistake as you leave. You are on the right side off everything free speech, the freedom to protect your family, the freedom to assemble to make your own money to save your own life through your health care And to get your kids in a good school. That is you. You are on the right side of be proud. Say your prayers. Thank the Lord Almighty. You were on the right side of history. Amen. Say your praise. Thank the Lord Almighty and say a prayer for them, okay? He's still fighting. He's still fighting. He's got some serious health issues. He's open about it every day. Let's say a prayer for Dan. I do every morning and every night, But there it is. Just pick a topic doesn't matter what it is your health. Your defense of your family education, freedom of speech. It doesn't matter what the issue is Be proud, because if you're a conservative, you are on the right side off the issue. What a magnificent encapsulation! Of who we are and what we fight for. God bless you, Dan Bongino. I'm Sebastian. Gorka. This is America first on the Salem radio Network. I want to ask you a question. I know you've got a cell phone, maybe a flip phone. That doesn't matter. But who's your provider? If you was one of the big ones, you know who I mean. Your funding the other side? Yeah, I'm sorry. It's just that simple. When you pay your bell at the end of the month, the big cell phone companies make donations to things like Planned Parenthood. Gun control organizations or even Democrat candidates. Don't fund them with your phone calls..
Newsletters vs Email Sequences: Which One Is Best for Your Business?
"Newsletters versus email sequences. That what we're gonna to talk about today which one is best for your business for your audience for the people on your email list. I list the find them. A newsletter is a email you send on a regular basis to your customers to anybody on your email list that could be a customer. Non customer potential customer leads and the main differences that you're actually triggering this email. You're writing it in advance and maybe scheduling it to go at a certain time or certain day every week or every two weeks every month so in whatever will use to send emails those mailchimp verkada active campaign. You're writing up this newsletter. Maybe a week or two in advance scheduling it to go out to the recipients so they can read. What's new in your company. What's happening early blog post. You need latest video or podcast episode. It's some sort of value. You wanna give your customer. An email sequence is different because it's not one email that goes out to everybody at a particular time or the same time so the newsletter. You're sending every monday for example to everybody on your list but with an email sequence as soon as somebody joins your list they get an automation sequence of email so they might get one email as soon as they join your email us. Welcome them then day. Later they'll get an email with your latest blog posts and these are pre written emails that get sent automatically in a certain sequence that you create in advance and these sequences can go on for as long as you like for as many emails as you want. Some people call this a chateau newsletter. I heard this from brennan done. Who writes a lot of courses creates a lot of courses would comes to email marketing. We had brennan on as a guest teacher back on episode sixty five around six years ago. You hit subscribing. Find it in our archives if you'd like it's called the newsletter because from the recipient's end from your potential customers and it's just an email newsletter is both from your end. It's all prescheduled all automated. So which one is better while. I'm here to tell you that they both have value. And it's all depends on what you're trying to achieve and i have my own thoughts on this. I think that traditional newsletters have their place. They advantage of newsletters. It's fresh content fresh information that you just wrote recently a week or two ago max so you might be covering recent topics current events. You might be curious articles that have come up in your feeder that you've seen that are recent or relevant with a newsletter shatter newsletter Things can get old really quickly because if you wrote the sequence six months ago those emails are not as timely as they are now in terms of the content of the actual information. You're sharing so what i recommend. Is you do send a newsletter. But i think the timeliness of what's going on what's the latest and greatest actually pertains or is actually more important for your actual customers. Setting regular newsletter customers actually makes more sense because you want to retain them you want to keep them happy and you want to give them value also an update on what's going on with your products or services your company and that information needs to be timely but they were trying to nurture an audience to become a customer like the emails you send to potential customers on malysz that necessarily doesn't need to be a newsletter it can be what's called the shadow newsletter or an email sequence. And will you focus on is things that are not really a time bound so when it comes to these email sequences include content. That is timeless. Like your most popular blockposts. Another email could be your backstory. High started the company. And why you do what you do. Another e mail in the sequence could be how some of your customers are getting the most out of your products and services that you sell some success stories things that will get them over the line from being a non customer to accustom because really. That's your goal with that email list of people that are not customers yet
Fresh update on "brennan" discussed on On The Edge With Thayrone
"Half of the vaccination records reported to the CDC, making it more difficult to know whether vulnerable populations have enough access to the vaccines. Just getting word that Texas is ending its mask mandate after eight months, becoming the largest state to lift the order, Despite the CDC, urging states not to ease restrictions yet is covert variants spread and cases and deaths rise again. In the latest seven week averages. America is listening to Fox News. From the Fox News Podcasts network. It's Kennedy saves the world. There should be a proliferation of voices, their proliferation of voices within the libertarian movement. There, libertarians who have strong disagreements with each other. You know what they do. They have little symposiums, and they argue about it. They don't go firebombing each other's houses and John Brennan. I don't trust you. I don't need to hear from you, but I.
'Heroin packaging mill' bust in New York City as drugs seized in Queens
"Neighborhood apothecary goes down. That's how I describe another big drug bust in New York City this time out in Queens, Special narcotics prosecutor Bridget Brennan says over £88 of heroin 1000 fentanyl pills and 200,000 bucks in cash. He's at a house in Ridgewood that was being used as a heroine packaging mill. The alleged ringleader Fella named Louis Martinez is under arrest on drug trafficking and several other charges. Three women accused of working for him are also facing charges tonight. Meantime, there's
Fresh update on "brennan" discussed on VB in the Middle
"And open hearts, the award winning author wrote. So the publishing company insisted it was green Velde's decision to resign and reiterated that it had been Gorman's choice. Well, still bowing down to the uproar. Now. Gorman. I don't believe yet has made any statements about this. She hasn't commented. What do you understand? And I know you guys do, but I just have to say it because if I don't say it My mind is gonna explode here. There is a very talented young female black poet. And she chose another person to translate her work. And the work mob said. Your choice is not good enough. Your choice is not progressive enough. Your choice is not walk enough. We're canceling your choice. This is what they said to the black poet. This is the crazy upside down, topsy turvy world we live in. It is absolutely out of control. And if you think it's if you see any of these stories, and you think it's just Dr Susan, it's just Coca Cola and you kind of laugh and roll your eyes. It's not. It's everything. I'll be back on the other side guys after this, and we'll play some sound. And then you've got John Brennan. You've got John Brennan all when the cold walls and he's talking about how he's ashamed to be white. Nothing you should be ashamed about is being a recurring guest on Nicole Wallace's show. You don't have to drag all the white guys into this or the white people. Ward 844 542 42 calling if you if you have an opinion on Dr Seuss or the or the world Culture or the cancelations or Andrew Cuomo. I mean, he's part of that conversation as well. Feel free to call in. It's true what they say A perfect smiles. Change your smile. Change your life. I saw the change with Howie and with the mail room manager. Many people walk around, not smiling because they aren't happy with their teeth. This is a really It's a sad thing. It killed your confidence. If you're not happy with your smile, you kind of make a weird face and pictures. You do the close smile. Look, you're never fully 100% yourself, and that is something that you can fix. It's really amazing. If you go to perfect smiles dot com Watch their testimonials. Don't take my word for.
How to Grow Your Business by Replacing Yourself
"Today we're gonna have a little bit of a conversation about Taking things to the next level right so if any of you have experienced a something just some level of growth inside of your personal life or career or business you start to realize you get to this point that you can't do it all right like there's there's a million different things going on every single day whether you're a manager at you know where you work or ura you're actually business owner or you run a family with five different kids or you run a local group or a team or anything like that. Like there's there's a nine jillian different things you have going on at all points of the day the week the month year like planning things like it's just it's it's too much it's a lot right and the thing to remember. Is that whether you have your own small business or a job or your oprah winfrey or whoever the hell you are you have the same amount of time as i do like. We all have one hundred and sixty eight hours in a week. Like bill gates the president. Like the bump down the street like we all have the same amount of time right. So how is it that we all like. There's certain people that achieve that seemed to achieve so much more like you're just standing there and all of them like how do you get so much done right. And then there's people that are just seemed to be in the same position day after day week after week year after year and just like just kind of tread water like how right you know you know probably different people along the spectrum but there's there's ways there's just so many different examples i can think of that. There's it's it's you can either go down this path of super productivity and be burn out as hell or you can go down this path of not doing anything and hating your life right. But there's a third option that not a lot of people think of and there's this option of actually doing the productive ineffective things well not burning out while not actually making yourself feel more stress and anxiety while actually living a happier in. I don't wanna say carefree life but just a less stressful existence right and that's kind of where the title of this show comes in into this concept in this procedure of finding ways to replace yourself right finding ways to systematize yourself. Now there are many of you have a business or you have a high level job or whatever it might be like. You're familiar with system. You're familiar with the processes in place that needs be consistent to achieve a similar outcome for every person every time every time a sale comes through every time a fulfilment task needs handled like whatever the case might be. But have you ever stop to think about how you can make that happen in your own life in your day to day existence. Right i was actually. I've been reading a book For the second time again called high-performance habits by brennan bouchart. highly highly. recommend this book It's it's a life changing book and we got it for like seven bucks on like it was super cheap to But burnham short. He's he's like man he's the personal development guru. He's like i would love to have him on the show one day. If you ever listen to this brendan like hit me up. Let let's make this happen. It'd be it'd be awesome But just to kind of synthesize. What kind of taking away. From that. As i go through the second time. Is this idea that you as a person or a system right you as a being not only inside of your Physical being but inside of your business inside of your career inside of your relationships right like the more you can become a system and become consistent. The better things are going to get for you right now. When we take this conversation. I really want to apply it into production inside of business careers making money that type of conversation right because one one thing i noticed I went through my journey right with building the the runway wage app with building. The run. your day podcast here with building. Run your day app with with doing other client apps for other people in clients that i brought on in my in my other business like there are so many menial repetitive tasks that come in with stuff whether it comes down to sales whether it comes down to lead generation when it comes down to social media posting content like there's so many things and then people start this business is oh i thought it was gonna be so easy and you're like but i have all these different things to do and now i gotta get sales now. I gotta do all this and it's like dude. You understand that like you're you don't have time for all this stuff like you don't have time for all this stuff. When it finally came to that realization my life changed forever right in in in in tandem with the performance habits. You know philosophy in book. I started to realize okay like if i can figure out ways to replace myself or systematize myself i can then take that menial task that takes me ten minutes to do every single day and get rid of that ten minutes in offloaded onto something else or a bought or a machine or an automated process in that ten minutes every single day right and this is hard like this is. This is a really hard concept mentally to grasp especially for people like me. Maybe like you. If you have your own business you started your own business because you want control of everything right like you i. I used to always think that i would. I would let control like release control of things. But i find myself being that typical type of entrepreneur mindset of like. I can't let this go like. I need to do everything i need to make. It's my baby right and it. It's hard it's hard especially maybe it might be easier if if you're in like a career type job or your manager or something like that where it's not really your your ass on the line right but when you find ways to automate things when you find ways to systematize things. I'm telling you like there are. There's such of level of freedom and efficiency that comes into your life and not only that but like your mental wellbeing right and a couple of examples. I'll share with you. Here are a couple of pieces of software that i use in my own personal life. That have really really helped me one is called. You might be familiar with this or or you might not be. But it's called. If this then that right i f t t t If this then that in it's an app that you can actually download in. I'm telling you like it. It is really really cool. You can get automated Spreadsheet entries you can do you know. Save money automatically you can do like. There's a whole bunch of things that i don't even know it can do that. It can do right. I do think like it used to be mostly free. I think now they have a paid subscription where you can only get so many of these things free but like basically right like if you get a response in g mail from a new person. It automatically saves their contact information. A spreadsheet or. There's like things to just help. You live easier in actually save those menial tasks that suck up your day all day every day right because it kind of goes back to that i matrix. I've talked about before. On the show. With stephen covey being sucked into that black hole of the knot important. Not urgent stuff right. The facebook stuff. The email filtering Scrolling through social media just like all this different shit right and another piece of software. That i've actually really really started to use in like is called zap ear It's pretty popular one. You probably are familiar with if you do any kind of online business or anything like that Maybe you're not so really if you're not familiar with zap here it's kind of the same type of thing if this then that But man even that like it is. It saves me so much time in my business for automation and sending automatic emails and collecting lead information. Letting letting me know. When i got a sale you know through The various channels my businesses and Just automating stuff like it really It really comes down to because like you gotta think like okay okay so some of these are paid subscriptions right like you pay. I think if this that's like five dollars a month and you get so many tasks to be able to do this right and you see you be sitting there like well. Is that really worth. You know the one thing. I use it for whatever but you got also think like is the five dollars or ten dollars a month whatever. It might be worth the time that you are sacrificing. Doing those things
Britney Spears fans call out Diane Sawyer over 2003 interview featured in new documentary: 'I want an apology'
"The fallout from the britney. Spears documentary keeps getting uglier. Justin timberlake was under fire but he is not the only one. Diane sawyer is feeling the heat as well documentary framing brittany featured. Some of diane's exclusive interview with the star from two thousand. Three and fans are outraged. They're saying. Dan owes an apology for grilling her about justin. And whether she's a bad role model for young girls. Here's a clip. He's going on television. Pretty much said you broke his heart. You did something that caused him so much pain so much suffering. What did you do. Britney spears has upset a lot of mothers in this country starting with the wife of the governor of maryland. Really if i had an opportunity to to shoot britney spears. I think i would. Oh that's that's really trying to test a lot of people was pretty wide goodness all right. So there's so much to this interview in fact like after that whole terrible quote from the governor that said i could shoot britney spears diane sawyer to that was something along the lines of well. You've really you know. Made it very hard for a lot of mothers. Wasn't that bad is governor's wife. That's who needs apologize her up unless she's not here or anything like that. But that's what needs to apologize. Get up off. Diane's she's a reporter. She was at a man's world back there. She had to be tough and nobody asked him barbara. Walters apologize but nothing. I'm just i'm done. She had to be tough. 'cause he was week we wouldn't even know her name. Right now feels different. So say you're part because i like when this talk all that i looked up the interview and listen. I'm going to say it's a reflection of the times. It's how we attacked women at that time. It just the things that diane was allowed to say to britney without even a second glance is absolutely appalling. It would never happen in two thousand twenty one. I don't believe she pulled out. Magazine articles Showing brittany and about how she was sexy. And all these things brittany said jaylo does it. Christina aguilera does it. Is it a big deal. Because will you have the connection with the. It's all making her feel guilty on top of that. This is another question. She asked this twenty one year old. She said but you said. I've only slept with one person in my whole life two years into my relationship with justin and yet he's left the impression that you weren't faithful that you betrayed the relationship she's enquiring. How many people britney has slept with questioning her on her virginity on on her sexual relations. That is insanely inappropriate. What she was grown twenty one twenty two. She was grown. She gets grown questions asked at the time she was sixteen. That i would say okay. You a little rough. But she's twenty one years old. You just talked to my nieces. That's what you've been doing your. Sat results long doesn't matter ranger national television. You're asking this young girl to to tell you. All of our sexual secrets and intimate affairs of a relationship overly scrutinized at that time anyways everything she did. This is cobbled reporter year to get the information. It is up to you to answer. Not her publicist should advisor this. You get out of the hard question ooh brennan. Actually i will say handles herself really well. But i think diane sawyer i promise you i truly believe diane sawyer looks back at that interview and cringes bring something. Go through saying if i could do this over again. I would have. Maybe still grilled her but in a much more appropriate way. I think for diane sawyer. Look we have to remember. This was diane's thing. John was known as if you're a celebrity. And you're in hot water. You go sit with diane. Do the tough interview and if you get through it your career is back. Don't forget this is in two thousand. And three a year. After diana whitney houston in she spent two hundred and fifty thousand dollars a year on crack. So you gregory speier's just gonna walk into diane sawyer interview and not be hit with the hard questions. It's a little bit much. It's like somebody saying. Oh i didn't know that howard stern was going to ask me about my sex life. I didn't know my family businesses. We're going to be out of mari povich. It's the town though. It's the town that diane takes with britney. Is it just brittany or does he take it with everyone that i can say. We have an we you. She asked whitney straights her face. Do you spend two hundred thousand dollars. We also cracked that one. I want you to feel guilty for your sex life. I want you to feel guilty for your sexual the way you dress. I want you to feel guilty for your responsibility to be this perfect positive as we received it. I don't think she meant that. I think she was just doing a job. That no one else would do. Because i don't know if i would ask brittany that. I don't think i'm that type of person that i can really ask the hard questions if somebody wants to be an open book. They can't be listening wearing the world now of reality. Television people talked about sex they. They'll they'll open the the open it up. They tell it on their own but back then especially a young girl like that to put the pressure on her to try to be the. We still put the pressure on people stars to be the perfect examples especially when they started like disney princess. And then try to move on to something older but she was twenty one at this point at this point when miley cyrus still got like a big backlash whenever she tried to become more sexualize. However we have let it
Mastering Search Intent with Brendan Hufford
"Today. I'm really excited. Talking to one of my favorite people. Brennan suffered brendan is created. This really cool kind of ongoing education center called. Seo for the rest of us. He has a podcast. He's all about helping people you know. Create great content that does rank for search We're gonna talk about search. Thank you for joining me brendan. Yeah thanks so much for having me. I really appreciate and be fun. Also i'm i love chatting with you online. We had a few times before. I'll dive right in today. We're gonna talk about in ten. And it's something i know you think a lot about just high level. How do you. Kind of approach modern Intent when it comes to creating content. Yeah so my background is as an educator. Because at eighteen years old i was alive. The for some reason decided. I was allowed to decide what i want to do with my life and i decided to be a teacher and then did that for ten years so a lot of my teaching and thinking about seo is not just like what is right. But like how do i teach this so search intent very often is talked about in a way that is certainly intentive a user is informational navigational transactional or commercial right. They want one of those four things. And i don't think that's wrong but i started to feel like that's not helpful because it doesn't actually inform what you do right if it's like well this is an informational search. Okay so i just put information. And that's how i rank like probably don't like if it's a navigation search from googling like how to get somewhere sure like maybe a long form blog posts like this isn't the day like if you're one of the olds like me you remember like printing out mapquest and stuff like that was the thing. But we don't need that like an informational. Post is not gonna work there or if you google something and a lot of people are buying stuff. It's a lot of products like they probably don't want long blog post however it just tells you what goes there and not the how or as marketers what the heck to put on the page. So i did some homework. And i was like where did you know i want to know before i like. Poo poo something on twitter. And give my hot take where this come from. And i dug and duggan you know you have to the the link chasing in stuff is just like this person cited this person who said that this person crap. It's back to the first person you end up with thirty tabs. What i found was our model in twenty twenty one for search intent comes from me two thousand seven blog post from rand fish skin not wrong. He's brilliant because what he said in two thousand seven for context in two thousand seven. That was the year that like leave britney alone and chocolate rain popular out through so we can have. Yeah you just happened to the real way back machine and like but he's not wrong. It's brilliant because he's still correct right. That is still part of the intent. But i thought to myself part of seo for the rest of us. How do we make this more accessible. How do we give people something they can. Actually use will all right. We have to figure out if something is commercial or transactional or whatever like. I can't really help you if you're trying to drive somewhere like that's not what i'm doing in my marketing. That might be part of it if you're like a local business or something but for me the really like the informational or the transactional commercial came down. Like what the heck do we put on. The page is introduced to a really cool model for copyrighting by my buddy joel key from business casual copywriting. He also runs case. Study buddy now. That came from eugene schwartz in his book breakthrough advertising the kind of walks. It just walks through like levels of awareness. Now it's meant for ads right depending on what level of product or service awareness there at what they're searching. You can kind of figure out what needs to go on the page. What do they need to move. Not to the next step nazi-like book damn o or whatever but like just to the next piece of the puzzle and that's been really really helpful if you if you want. I can kind of get into a little bit of that one thing. I'm really interested for his is. There's a lot of kind of maybe. It's the controversy but but people talk about the idea of on the one hand you have. Seo's who just tried to mimic what the top ten pieces of content are that rank on page one. And doing exactly that in. That's how you're going rank and then there are other folks who say we'll just do better by you don't know if that's necessarily going to become visible for what you're trying to rank for. So what do you say to those people in how they approach creating content for you know. Can we trust google that they're actually going to surface the right content. So this is like i said something. I remember saying something the other day of like. I'm pretty sure that the quality of the top ten like the reading the top ten results quality of content is not a ranking factor anymore. It's i just. I i was reading stuff. And maybe it's because i was reading about marketing things. Half of them were unintelligible. There was no narrative to take you through you could tell each of the sections was based on like a people also ask or whatever and it was just like literally like imagine you know. You're you think you're sitting down like a ten course meal and somebody they're just throwing random food at you the whole time like here's your salad and now here's desert and then there here's a pizza and then like a piece of chicken and you're like what the there's nothing that makes this flow. There's no s- craft of writing here. It might as well be written by a robot pains me because these are humans that are spending their lives doing this. And they think they're doing a good job because they got the traffic and the conversions and blah blah blah. I think first of all. I empathize at the human writers. Who are writing these things like that must suck for you to write to just spew out this stuff all day and be on on the content marketer writer and that's what i do commodity kind of content so i would love for it to be better to encourage people to do better work. We can elevate the craft of writing that would be
No In-Person Learning Monday For Chicago Public Schools
"Is no in person learning today for Chicago Public school students over the weekend Mayor Late put ordered all Chicago public school teachers. Do not have permission to stay home do the medical concerns to come back to the classroom today? Still no deal between the schools and the Chicago Teachers Union. And as of last night, CTU. Let's see. Said all students should continue remote learning CPS CEO Dr Janice Jackson was on face the nation yesterday. Here's a little bit of what she said when asked about re opening in Chicago goal right now is T get a resolution. CTU has made it clear that they want a deal. We share those same sentiments. But we're still far apart on a couple of key issues such as vaccination on D, How we account for accommodations for individuals who maybe are just, you know, petrified to come back into schools because of Kobe. We believe that we have to Reopen schools. We've been closed for almost a year now and as a school system, we're starting to see some of the effects of schools being closed. Many of our students aren't logging on. We're seeing African American and latte next students in particular being especially hard hit, and our goal is to really give every parent and option. Those families who want to remain remote will have that option through the remainder of the school year. But we have thousands of families who want an in person option because there is essential workers themselves. So on that CDC plan. I know this report this week got a lot of attention, really urging schools to reopen on DSI ng that transmission can be stopped if master warning their social distancing, But the same report said there should still be restrictions in the community, and it's cited indoor dining. Chicago has already opened its bars and restaurants. How do you feel about that? Yeah, I think we've learned a lot about re opening from the past spring. Definitely prioritizing the reopening of schools has to be at the top of the list. And our mayor has done that. We have re opened bars and restaurants at limited capacity here in the city. But one thing that was really important in that report is that it showed that community spread does not necessarily impact. I'm sprint within a particular school and that implementing mitigating mitigation strategies with Fidelity. Actually is more successful, You know, lead to more success with re opening, and so we're focused on that We have a solid plan in place that goes above and beyond the guidance that we've heard from city as well, a CDC officials and we believe that we can safely reopen and we've been open for three weeks or we have been over for three weeks with a great degree of success, so the time is now for students to return to the classroom. Go public schools CEO Dr Janice Jackson on CBS yesterday. Interviewed by Margaret Brennan on
Local Democrats Call For An Independent Redistricting Board In Texas
"To stay in power. But that may be coming to an end. The Democrats nearly 800 page for the People Act includes Provisioned, calling for a change to the way congressional districts are drawn. It would require that states adopt independent redistricting commissions. Michaeli with the Brennan Center says it would alter the power structure in Texas because the majority would not be able to use their muscle the draw districts to their advantage. What happened in Texas over the course of multiple decades, including 2011 with Texas is maps were found to be intentionally discriminatory. Democrats argued that reforms have give citizens a chance to offer their input. Michael board. NewsRadio 1200 W II,
Virus variant from South Africa detected in US.
"A new variant of the corona virus emerged on thursday in the united states posing yet another public health challenge in a country already losing more than three thousand people to covid nineteen every day. The mutated version of the virus first identified in south africa was found in two cases in south carolina. Public health officials said almost certain that there are more infections that have not been identified yet. They're also concerned that. This version spreads more easily and the vaccines could be less effective against it. The two cases were discovered an adult in different regions of the state and do not appear to be connected. Neither of the people infected has traveled recently. The south carolina department of health and environmental control said the arrival of the variant shows that the fight against this deadly virus is far from over. Dr brennan traxler. South carolina's interim public health director said in a statement viruses constantly monitored and corona virus variants are circulating around the globe but scientists are primarily concerned with the emergence of three that researches believe may spread more easily.
Guest Teacher Janel Dyan on How to Invest in Womens Leadership in Your Company
"Today. We'll be talking about why in these unprecedented times. Women in leadership are essential to your company. Short-term growth and long term survival gender and racial equality are certainly hot topics of conversation right now but there are some organizations that are ahead of the curve and like me have been focusing on the equality of women and women of color for years and these are my clients women in leadership women on the rise women entrepreneurs and women at the helm of fortune five hundred companies today such so what lincoln and ford motor company and helping them grow as leaders. What i do best over the past seven years. I've worked with females of all colors and varied backgrounds from the bay area to new york. They are not only having a huge impact today but they are paving the way for all future female leaders industries historically dominated by men. And here's what i see. The companies who have made it a part of their core tenants to support an invest in diversity programs for the leadership development of women are the companies who are now today's industry leaders and it's not only for the products and services they provide but more importantly as a brand that people want to work for by from remained loyal to the shifted their measurable for success to include strong corporate culture of innovation employed growth customer loyalty and diverse leadership team who focus on purpose. And not just on the bottom line. They understand that their greatest assets are their employees and they have dedicated their efforts to be a brand that is people focused and purpose driven during our time together. Today we will focus on three lessons. You can walk away with first because women are. Today's largest and fastest growing global consumer companies need to shift their brand strategy to recognize the powerful role that women in leadership play driving economic growth. Next we'll take a look at why the greatest leaders are master storytellers and how powerful story can be and finally will cover some tips for building a culture with equality in its foundation including ways to establish promote an invest in fema leadership. So let's get started less than one. Women are the fastest growing global consumer and it's imperative that companies adjust according to. Brigitte brennan author. Why she buys and winning her business. Women make or heavily influence. Seventy to eighty percent of all purchases across all industries which means women are every company's largest target customer to truly capitalize on this customer trend companies. Must do a better job creating products and services with female buyers in mind. Companies must create a brand that women will buy from advocate foreign remain loyal to the companies who are most equipped to connect with women are led by other women and their leadership results have a positive impact. On company performance. The profits higher margins add more returns for investors leaders such as saffir cats of oracle and mary barra of general motors. it seems like commonsense. But it's actually not common practice. Facts are that only. Eighteen percent of global firms are led by women and according to this year's forbes annual report the number of women. Ceo's running fortune five hundred companies since it just seven point four percent so clearly. There are strong logical ethical and financial reasons to put more women at the helm according to study by mackenzie if we can close the gender gap by twenty twenty five twenty. Eight trillion dollars would be added to the global economy and to put that in perspective that is the size of the economies of the united states in china combined. Right now during covid and racial injustices at the forefront we find ourselves in a global economy with the future unknown. These challenges are now calling for new leadership no longer one of command and control but one of collaboration community one of the biggest actions that any leader can do right now is be transparent and empathetic to their team members and customers because anxiety and uncertainty are heightened during this time of crisis emotional connection on a basic human level between the leader and employee has never been more important than right now a recent study done in two thousand nineteen by mit sought to determine the makeup of the most effective leadership teams and those are the teams with the most women especially women of color as they are leaders who bring a deeper understanding of resilience. Women are also more likely to have empathy for those struggling to deal with change or lack of inclusion become role models for the change that they seek and are willing to share inspirational stories to motivate to embrace change they are in general more inclusive and collaborative making in leadership style which is a combination that continues to prove to be effective in getting companies to move faster in times of change lesson to the power of story. Why greatest leaders are master storytellers. We all love stories. In fact stories are what differentiates us as human beings. It is highly forged connections among each other and they'll trust as a community each stories an emotional journey that reinforces shared beliefs values and vision that we can all relate to from drawings on the walls of cave with stories of heroism folktales. That are full of more lessons to generational family tales. That remind us of our roots. Human beings need to feel that we are part of something greater than ourselves stories. Reminders that through tough times we will come out to the other side stronger wiser and more unified than ever stories. Bring us back to the beginning and remind us of who we are and what we do in stories creek clarity in our purpose and vision to get their. The greatest leaders are master storytellers. Simon sinek author of the power of y in infinite game says beautifully leaders aren't responsible for the results. Leaders are responsible for the people who are responsible for the results. It is during these times of crisis that provide an excellent opportunity for leaders to communicate stories of incredible vision for the future showing empathy advising with humility and providing optimism. For what lies ahead. They also understand marketing at its core is simply about storytelling. and it is the stories. They choose to tell that can differentiate brand as an industry leader communicating the values of the brand with the product and services they sell. I mean who wasn't choked up watching google's tearjerking super bowl ad of a love story that began with a simple question how not to forget. So tying back to what we learn in less than one about women being the largest and fastest growing global consumer with the understanding that stories have power companies must give their products and services a story that women now can relate to and what better way to do that than with women at the helm leading the way finally lesson three building corporate culture with gender equality in its foundation companies with strong female leadership such as new york stock exchange. Pwg and google are continuing to create more equitable inclusive and fulfilling workplaces for all women and the investments are already proving to return tenfold to their bottom line.
Birx Unloads Frustrations With Ex-President, White House Officials
"President Biden is tackling the pandemic, and that's one of his priorities During the first days in office, the U. S is averaging more than 187,000 new cases and 3000 deaths each day with the national death toll now at more than 410,000. CBS is Nancy Cordes reports. The Trump administration's coronavirus task Force coordinator, Dr Deborah Burkes told CBS is Margaret Brennan that she was unable to tell the truth under President Trump fact, she said that even to the end of the Trump administration, there were still high ranking individuals in the White House who insisted that Cove it Was a hoax, which is sort of unbelievable When you think about the fact that by the time Mr Trump left office 400,000 people had died,
'Strong evidence' shows rioters intended to 'capture and assassinate elected officials,' prosecutors say
"Capital riot, recurrent regards the so called que non shaman. Jacob Chan's leave. Arizona is accused of taking parts in the riots while sporting face paint, no shirt and a furry hat with horns. But while Chancellor's appearance has been the stuff of ridicule, prosecutors say his intentions were in their words. Capture and assassinate elected officials in court documents hints at a more organized effort than first thought. Let's bring in w T o p national security correspondent J. J Green to talk more about this J. J. Why do investigators think writers had plans to actually kill US officials? Yeah, Brennan and Shawn. It's because of the tale of the tape and the transcript prosecutors in Phoenix or in court right now seeking pretrial detention of Chan's Lee, and it's because they say they have strong evidence, including chancellor his own words, which are on video in some places. And his actions at the Capitol that support what they say was the intent of capital rioters to capture and assassinate officials in the U. S government. And that was something that they found evidence of, or at least statements made by Numerous other people that have been involved in this not just on the day of the riot but leading up to it. And even since then, That's the reason why they think there is something to this. And that's the reason why so many people are being rounded up and asked about this particular thing. But JJ during the news conference today by the U. S attorney for D, C and the FBI, the officials there suggested they didn't have any direct Evidence of that yet that the mob intended to murder someone. What does that tell you about the investigation? At this point? Yeah, They're only a week into the investigation, and they're still rounding up suspects and and and evidence, of course, and I think authorities were saying they don't have any evidence that they were organized teams or groups of people that were organized to do this, But that doesn't mean That there wasn't the intent to do this because again looking at some of the weapons that ended up in there. They were firearms in there. There were, um, hammers. There were knives. There were all sorts of items that could inflict bodily harm, and there were people. They said to be to have been literally hunting down members of Congress and other officials. And we're very close to actually getting to vice president Pence and some of them were chanting Hang pants. So you know there is a significant concern about that, actually, being something that was on the minds of people, so this investigation is still kind of early. They maybe haven't found the Actual concrete slam dunk information they want, but there's definitely some indication that it was on the minds of some people now onto the concern about arm protests, possibly around the country. You've talked with law enforcement officials in other states, including Virginia. They say it is a very real concern. What have you learned? Yeah, just spoke not too long ago with Brian Moran, the secretary of public safety and Homeland Security in Virginia. And he made it clear They knew about this intelligence that the FBI brought to us this week, he said. We knew about that several weeks ago. We've been working on this for a while. And that's because Virginia has a very robust intelligence collection apparatus of its own. But the message he says to those that are thinking about going to Richmond or anywhere else in Virginia. Don't do it, he says. We are ready for you, and we're not going to tolerate it, sending a very strong message to those that might be considering going anywhere in Virginia in the next few days, weeks or even months to commit this kind of violence. That they are going to be ready for him. All right, more to come. Thanks, JJ. You're welcome. W T OBY national security correspondent J. J
"brennan" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions
"So that's your big announcement wittingham. It's all you're getting. You're at the bottom rung of the pirate ship. You've gotten too much already wittingham. People have heard your laugh and they've recognized your laugh now get back to the shadow so that we can produce the show. Stop walking in here and handing me notes when we're on the air stop handing me coffee and interrupting stuff when we're doing it. Welcome aboard wittingham. Get back to work. Sorry for coughing. Jesus christ also problematic during the pandemic. just i'm that shit up there. Chris wittingham also. He was an intern with us when he was in college. So chris wittingham who is like my right hand guy. I trust this guy implicitly. It's why he's here. Because i was tearing apart at the seams. I needed someone that i could trust. And he's handling it okay. He's presently editing neal brennan interview so before we go any further on this what i need to understand about neal brennan and hopefully juju can put this on the social media content. He is prouder of what the speech he made. During dave chapelle Mark twain award. Which is a high honour. Chapelle is considered as good as there's ever been doing this and this guy has had an unusual angle and perspective on a comedy legend in real time while also turning into a great comedian as mike said a comedian's comedian. So that's a yamen introduction. So that it's by way of apology to say to you. We know you want the whole radio show today. We'd like to give you the whole radio show. We enjoy doing the radio. Show that much but just bear with us. Give us a day. Continue to rate subscribe and review and tell your friends to rate subscribe and review. We're in the middle of free agency. A lot of exciting stuff is happening around us. We're going to be back on thursday. And we hope that this gives you a little a little a little more soul of fix for the day on a south beat session. And you're really gonna like that. John skipper conversation when we can get it to you because it's going to be a special conversation with a guy who is you know. He was at the top of sports. The most powerful executive in sports over a decade run. I can't wait to tell you more about that which will also be released. Maybe maybe friday or maybe one of these wednesdays will release. Point does but i can already hear you rolling your eyes and if you're not rolling your eyes you've already fast forwarded to the part where neal brennan starts talking but i know the general reception to. Hey no show today is going to be. Aw oh wait. There's a south beach session. Double aw were going to elevate everything that were doing here. So you're actually excited to find out. Okay i won't get the lebatardshow proper. But i have this more digestible. South beach session today. So please dan you as well..
"brennan" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions
"So i want to make sure that i get the messaging right on this because you have to understand. We are super untethered. This thing that we've done with you four you next to you. This pirate ship thing is a little weird because there's a lot of business stuff going on around us and i'm not an entrepreneur in any way and there are things that i have to make time for that are that isn't just us putting around on the radio Laughing and stuff. Because i've got a lot of responsibilities here and it's a start up business we're starting and for example today. We wanted to bring you an interview with john skipper. That we thought would be really good content for the day that you guys wouldn't have even missed the show but because of an assortment of things and scheduling and because we're spending a lot of plates around here we're going to have to bring you that as a series very soon telling you what this business is why it is. You're with us on the pirate ship. Everything else before we get to that though there are any number of things that have to be handled daily and we can't put out what you know. Is the radio. Show the normal output of podcast stuff every single day during this phase. because i'm talking to sponsors and we're negotiating and there's a whole bunch of stuff that we want to tell you about transparently doing this with you but it's like unbelievably moving fast around here right now and so. I know that you might be disappointed today. You're not getting the traditional radio. Show i wish we could give you the traditional radio show every day because we love doing the traditional radio show but we needed to take today off. Today was not a day that we could work because we have to handle a whole bunch of things so that on thursday we can come back and tell you where we are and keep putting out this content. People have taken notice okay. They've taken notice that the show sounds fresher. They've taken notice that we're doing something creative and fun. They've taken notice that the audience has jumped off this cliff with us so today. We're not giving you the traditional radio show but we did do a south beach session with neal brennan and he's become a friend of the show and i remember years ago as you see our growth. During this period mike ryan has been a bit of a talent curator around here. Mike ryan took me a long time ago. miami improv. there must have been thirty people there. It must've been the beginning of neal. Brennan's comedy career mike. He couldn't have been. I mean he'd already written at that point but in terms of stand up comedy which is the hardest thing. The hardest thing is stand up comedy. It's not writing funny. It's not there is nothing harder than stand up comedy. How deep was he in his career. When you took me and you told me you. Dan you need to see this guy. Oh he's very deep but he was early in his career torturing as one of the The fathers of chapelle show he. And dave chapelle brought that creative seminal moment in television to the masses and neal. Brennan was a behind the scenes guys producer. I really enjoyed this amazing resume that he had wasn't really well known to the masses and he started becoming a big deal on the stand up circuit. he'd always been a stand up guy no pun intended. But i wanted to make sure you saw neal brennan. Because many people didn't really understand the brilliance that was his brilliance..
CIA pick William Burns signals a turn to diplomacy for the nation’s spy agency
"William burns never worked in an intelligence agency. He's a career foreign service officer known for his diplomatic record so it came as a bit of a surprise to many this week when president elect biden tap burns as his pick to be the next director of the cia former cia director. John brennan was not surprised. He says biden has good reasons for choosing an experienced diplomat as america's spy chief prison biden wants to have a national security team that has worked together before so that they can hit the ground running. Bill brings a combination of experiences as well as the right temperament to deal with these very very challenging issues.
More people in New York become eligible for the Coronavirus vaccine.
"Moves to pick up the pace on covert vaccinations to mass vaccination sites of open in the city, and more people are now eligible to get the vaccine. New Yorkers over the age of 75 could now get their vaccine. Police officers as well. Teachers, transit workers added to the list. It is appointment only to come to these 24 7 sites sites in in the the Bronx Bronx in in here here with with the the Brooklyn Brooklyn Army Army Terminal. Terminal. Mayor Mayor De De Blasio Blasio says says the the program program is is expanding expanding so so quickly. quickly. They They will will need need more more vaccine vaccine right right now, now, with with the the supply we have in New York City, and even with what we expect to get this coming week, we're going to run out in a couple of weeks. We're gonna run out of vaccine as we expand, so we need the federal government. State government manufacturers to get us a constant supply so we can hit that one million doses for the month of January. Among those lining up in the Bronx facility yesterday for their first dose Brennan, who works in a nursing home, I think it'll give me a little peace of mind. Yeah, you know, definitely feel that better than normal vaccine process expanding as hospitalizations across New York state declined slightly over the weekend. One shot. 10 10 wins. You're in Brooklyn
Schumer says Trump should not remain president for 'one day longer'
"Says the president betrayed his office and supporters, correspondent Margaret Brennan says Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer's called for invoking the 25th amendment to remove Mr Trump from office, not just chattering political speculation. There is deep concern about the president's state of mind. FBI vows to make
Trump Cabinet members discuss possibility of invoking 25th Amendment
"The Trump Administration are now discussing the possibility of invoking the 25th amendment, forcing the president out of office. Larry Gerston, and I talked briefly about that. Just moments ago, CBS Evening News anchor Norah O'Donnell discusses that with face the nation moderator Margaret Brennan. People around the president. Some of the highest members of our government are discussing the possibility of invoking the 25th amendment, which would Remove the president from office and make the vice president Mike Pence, the commander in chief for the remaining days of the Trump presidency. That is the theory they've talked about. That is the idea of Their level of concern right now, frankly, what has happened in the past 24 48 hours what may happen in the remaining days and the remaining weeks of the Trump presidency. On any related national security concerns. They are keenly aware some members of the trump Cabinet of how the rest of the world is watching this what they are seeing that this is not just a protest these air pro trump supporters who have stormed The U. S capitol. That symbol of our democracy. This is something that is being discussed whispers about it among Cabinet members who are considering bringing this to the vice president. I want to underscore it has not been brought to him as a zoo formal proposal in a way that would trigger a process. Thies air early discussions of it, but it is incredible that it is even at that level. Nora. I am not talking about Democrats speculating. I am not talking about political pundits doing so. These are members of the Trump Cabinet on Gui know tonight that there is a lot of reporting still developing regarding the level of concern among some of those top advisers to the president of the United States. They make hopefully get his attention. With the potential of invoking this, but as to whether it will actually go through is another matter. But underscoring the level of concern right now, Nora And Margaret, Let me ask you. Is this a concern about future actions that the president may be considering? Yes, it is concerned about what has happened about the ability to speak with the president to, uh um Break through to him. It is concerned about what this means In terms of damage to American democracy, the perception of it, it is not lost on Advisers to the president. As I mentioned that the rest of the world is watching this closely that the commander in chief spoke at a rally and encouraged his supporters to March on the capital to oppose week Republicans. And directly attacked his vice president while he was there, thus putting him in the line of dangerous these events. This is not lost the symbolism, the potential risk and the potential what could happen in these remaining two weeks or so of the trump presidency eyes? What is is adding to concern that is Margaret
Senate to vote on overriding Trump's veto of defense bill
"Drama and 2020 and start 2021 is GOP senators are ignoring President Trump's demand to increase the $600 Covad 19 8 checks to $2000. They're also said to override his veto of a major defense bill. I talked about the possibility of bigger covert aid checks after the new session opens Sunday with Margaret Brennan, moderator of Face the Nation on CBS. Right now, there's very little political momentum and Republican leadership toe actually do that, and Go back to Republican leadership and underscored we don't know yet how certain it will be who is in charge until after we get through January 5th and that key election in the state of Georgia, which will determine the majority. In the Senate on that is really interesting race for down onto the wire. We have both, UM President, President elect Biden and the vice president elect going down there to hold rallies to try to get democratic support to the polls. So that Democrats can potentially pull off a win, in which case that changes the conversation for what becomes possible after the new Congress. On
"brennan" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"As why you do polygraphs you do have security reviews and checks to make sure that somebody has not gone down the wrong path and you also do very very rigorous job of vetting people before you bring them into the family of the cia now with all that due diligence. Has anyone made off with like ten million bucks because would be bunched to investigate something like that. I mean look. I can see the murky i think of it. Like if you give me dax. Shepard the briefcase five million dollars. I have a contact in assam about and this guy is a piece of shit now. He's our best option but he is a piece of shit and i think to myself. Does this guy really deserve five million more than i deserve one of those millions. You can see where the gears turning when you start comparing yourself to the person getting the money you might feel more worthy of it. I'm just saying yeah. I think you know humankind. There are people who do esso's questions. I'd like to think that again. The overwhelming majority see officers will do the right thing and what they are obligated to do as opposed to just putting that million dollars in i think just inadvertently exposed another strike against me. You're definitely trying to figure out how to monteria to apply for the. Please don't put me does reference because this conversation. Well john brennan a pleasure to talk to you. Undaunted my fight against america's enemies at home and abroad. I cannot wait to read this book. Every one of these topics that you cover interests me greatly. And i think will interest a ton of people and i'm glad i hate this notion like oh people in intelligence should never write books. Why every other wing of the government should to your point. I think transparency would help the cause on some level because in shadows of secrecy. You can make the worst assumption or the best assumption. And i think the more trust we have in these agencies the better they can do their job and we all benefit from that so i just thank you so much for being a guess. It's a real honor to talk to you. Thank you pleasure to be with you. It's been a great opportunity for me to talk about. You know my life in the cia and the necessarily community and it's a great community made up of the..
"brennan" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"I remember in the administration. There were regulations or rules policies against allowing al shabaab which was a small extremist terrorist group to gain any financial benefit at all from anything that was going on when we were trying to send assistance into somalia to get into those areas of the camps malnourished areas the distributors of these assistance had to provide the taxes tolls to those who own the roads and the ones that owned the roads. We're shebab and so a lot of people were opposed to allowing the assistance to get in because al-shabaab was going to get you know hundreds of dollars of thousands of dollars and so i pushed for relaxing that because i just thought the benefits that would accrue to the people who were starving outweighed whatever monetary gain shebab would get wasn't going to really affect al-shabaab lethal capabilities but it was going to make a difference in the lives of the people that would be my deepest frustration if i were. You is knowing that you could cherry pick for a headline. Were funding this rebel group as opposed to. We've sent this much aid in prevented this many people from being angry towards the west. Whatever it is that every one of these global geopolitical issues are so complex and at best. You're hoping to get a decision that was sixty percent good and forty percent bad in the expectation from everyone here. Is that a hundred percent good options absolutely and extremely also a domestic element to it and cuba is a good example for sixty years that island nation. I think has unfortunately been beset by you know misgovernment. But here's the united states. Big powerful united states and one of the reasons why the administration decided to reestablish relations with cuba was try to incentivize the cuban government to start to relax a lot of its oppressive policies but then when trump ministration came in that was stopped immediately because of very strong anti cuba government lobby here the united states. And the same thing. I think is true when it comes to iran. There are a lot of people who are absolutist in their views and they will oppose any type of opening that may in fact you know provide any type of perceived or real benefit to those individuals that they adamantly oppose. And it's very unfortunate because it's not either or right right right. It has a mix of it. And again i think preserve all recognized that when he came to cuba when it came to iran when it came to other of these challenges he recognized that the united states is not just going to be able to reverse the situation. Because we want to is that we really have to find a way to maneuver to a better place for those involved yet. It's the total lack of downriver thinking that kind of plagues everyone now on that topic of the bizarre ways that our national security. And maybe not what you would think of immediately when you think of national security but many people many experts believe that climate change will have serious national security implications and. I'm curious if you believe that..
"brennan" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"I remember in the administration. There were regulations or rules policies against allowing al shabaab which was a small extremist terrorist group to gain any financial benefit at all from anything that was going on when we were trying to send assistance into somalia to get into those areas of the camps malnourished areas the distributors of these assistance had to provide the taxes tolls to those who own the roads and the ones that owned the roads. We're shebab and so a lot of people were opposed to allowing the assistance to get in because al-shabaab was going to get you know hundreds of dollars of thousands of dollars and so i pushed for relaxing that because i just thought the benefits that would accrue to the people who were starving outweighed whatever monetary gain shebab would get wasn't going to really affect al-shabaab lethal capabilities but it was going to make a difference in the lives of the people that would be my deepest frustration if i were. You is knowing that you could cherry pick for a headline. Were funding this rebel group as opposed to. We've sent this much aid in prevented this many people from being angry towards the west. Whatever it is that every one of these global geopolitical issues are so complex and at best. You're hoping to get a decision that was sixty percent good and forty percent bad in the expectation from everyone here. Is that a hundred percent good options absolutely and is also a domestic element to it and cuba is a good example for sixty years that island nation. I think has unfortunately been beset by you know misgovernment. But here's the united states. Big powerful united states and one of the reasons why the administration decided to reestablish relations with cuba was try to incentivize the cuban government to start to relax a lot of its oppressive policies but then when trump ministration came in that was stopped immediately because of very strong anti cuba government lobby here the united states. And the same thing. I think is true when it comes to iran. There are a lot of people who are absolutist in their views and they will oppose any type of opening that may in fact you know provide any type of perceived or real benefit to those individuals that they adamantly oppose. And it's very unfortunate because it's not either or right right right. It has a mix of it. And again i think preserve all recognized that when he came to cuba when it came to iran when it came to other of these challenges he recognized that the united states is not just going to be able to reverse the situation. Because we want to is that we really have to find a way to maneuver to a better place for those involved yet. It's the total lack of downriver thinking that kind of plagues everyone now on that topic of the bizarre ways that our national security. And maybe not what you would think of immediately when you think of national security but many people many experts believe that climate change will have serious national security implications and. I'm curious if you believe that..
"brennan" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"There's just a lot of issues that i think really. We looked at from the standpoint of again. Efficacy necessity as appropriateness and consistency. Not just with the rule of law but also with our ethics and values the country. And i think there needs to be some level of acceptance that it is and will be an imperfect pursue. I would compare it to. I majored in anthropology. So there was a time when some anthropologists top some folks to separate where they were washing their dishes and where they were going to the bathroom. Great at saved a bunch of people than there was an enormous famine and way more people died of starvation and we learn this concept of blowback. Which has been pretty well documented with the cia in terms of say you brought it up earlier. Helping the russians will great now we also have all these mujahedeen that know how to use these rocket launchers and they have the rocket launchers and now we leave and then in this void this happens. That's one documented case. I would imagine iran with helping keep a bit of a puppet leader in charge and then a very fundamentalist faction overthrowing him and then giving rise to tons of fundamentalist regimes around the middle east. So many of them can be very well. Intentioned in their outcomes are largely. unknowable are hard to mitigate. Isn't that the great challenge of all this. Yeah intelligence and national security and foreign policy or messy. You may have the best of intentions and the best of objectives. But sometimes you know allow times. It doesn't turn out the way you want. And also in trying to pursue those objectives. Sometimes you do things that have other ramifications and implications that can be adverse to what it is. You're trying to accomplish. And that's one thing that i really admired about president obama. He would seem to always be playing four or five dimensional chess because he really had a good understanding about if he did this on this one. Just bored in terms of these issues. How's it going to affect the united states' position and opportunities on this other board he had this amazing ability to see all the different connections and try to think ahead. Three four five moves on all the sports which is critically important yet. And i'll go directly into that. I just wanted to say. Would you ever get frustrated in your role as the director that the failures are generally well known documented yet. You aren't really allowed to brag or advertise the big successes the tack. That was thwarted. Maybe you intercepted some plutonium going somewhere. Generally you can't really come out and say like hey look what we did in the pros category. Can you know but you also can refute things that are you know just totally totally specious as far as types of things that has done 'cause otherwise you'd be stopping out these brushfires all the time you know. Somebody claims that the cia assassin is somebody. Well if you say no. He didn't then what happens when something else goes on. You have to say so. Yes it was frustrating certainly as director. But when you grow up in the intelligence profession and business you understand that your success is not going to be the source of ticker tape. Parades very rarely does the success you know. Make it to the front headlines in the paper was a good example of one that did. Fortunately there's so many ncaa history both on the failure side as well as on the success side that or will continue to be shrouded in secrecy. Did they get declassified. After some period of time or are there some that no there's a regular process to declassify certain materials in some things are but something's will always remain you'll even things related to the. Jfk assassinations a lot of things. There that you know documents Cables other things that for a variety of reasons usually its sources and methods protection. That's what it has to really be..
"brennan" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"We looked at from the standpoint of again efficacy necessity as well as appropriateness and consistency. Not just with the rule of law but also with our ethics and values. The and i think there needs to be some level of acceptance that it is and will be an imperfect pursue. I would compare it to. I majored in anthropology. So there was a time. When samantha apologised. Taught some folks to separate where they were washing their dishes and where they were going to the bathroom. Great at saved a bunch of people than there was an enormous famine and way more people died of starvation and we learn this concept of blowback which has been pretty well documented with the cia in terms of. Say you brought it up earlier. Helping the russians will great now we also have all these mujahedeen that know how to use these rocket launchers and they have the rocket launchers and now we leave and then in this void this happens. That's one documented case. I would imagine iran with helping keep a bit of a puppet leader in charge and then a very fundamentalist faction overthrowing him and then giving rise to tons of fundamentalist regimes around the middle east. So many of them can be very well. Intentioned in their outcomes are largely. unknowable are hard to mitigate. Isn't that the great challenge of all this. Yeah intelligence and national security and foreign policy or messy. You may have the best of intentions and the best of objectives. But sometimes you know allow times. It doesn't turn out the way you want. And also in trying to pursue those objectives. Sometimes you do things that have other ramifications and implications that can be adverse to what it is. You're trying to accomplish. And that's one thing that i really admired about president obama. He would seem to always be playing four or five dimensional chess because he really had a good understanding about if he did this on this one. Just bored in terms of these issues. How's it going to affect the united states' position and opportunities on this other board he had this amazing ability to see all the different connections and try to think ahead. Three four five moves on all the chest sports which is critically important. Yes and i'll go directly into that. I just wanted to say. Would you ever get frustrated in your role as the director that the failures are generally well known documented yet. You aren't really allowed to brag or advertise the big successes you know the tack that was thwarted. Maybe you intercepted some plutonium going somewhere. Generally you can't really come out and say like hey look what we did in the pros category. Can you know but you also cannot refute things that are you know just totally totally specious as far as types of things that has done 'cause otherwise you'd be stopping out these brushfires all the time you know. Somebody claims that the cia assassin is somebody. Well if you say no. He didn't then what happens when something else goes on. You have to say so. Yes it was frustrating certainly as director. But when you grow up in the intelligence profession and business you understand that your success is not going to be the source of ticker tape. Parades very rarely does the success you know. Make it to the front headlines in the paper was a good example of one that did fortunately there is so many. Ncaa history both on the failure side as well as on the success side that or will continue to be shrouded in secrecy. Did they get declassified. After some period of time or are there some that no there's a regular process to declassify certain materials in some things are but something's will always remain you'll even things related to the. Jfk assassinations a lot of things. There that you know documents Cables other things that for a variety of reasons usually its sources and methods protection. That's what it has to really be..
"brennan" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"I would presume that they're not going to continue a lot of the activities in actions and decisions of mr trump so i would only go into review my classified files for purpose. I was granted some access when i was going to be interviewed by the department of justice. For you know the investigations. That to mr bar turning general hasn't Donald trump's request. But i was granted that access so given that access only after i finished And do you have pet interests. Like imagine if i were you and i had spent thirty years in this job i would have been tracking some things towards the end that my own curiosity would really want access. I would want to be able to check up on some things that i cared deeply about or spent a lot of time trying to help resolve just also your own. Curiosity would want to check in on some things. Wouldn't it well. I am very curious number things that worked to throughout the course of my career. But i don't believe that former officials should be allowed to access classified material in order to advance their own. Maybe personal interests financial interests or whatever there are a number of individuals informed directors who retained clearances because to serve on certain boards of directors or companies that do classified work it requires individuals to have current security clearances tops clearances. I never pursued any of those types of physicians role. So i didn't need the clearances for that purpose. But i can see why former presidents vice presidents would need if i had a real reason and i think the reason was in the national interest to gain access to something for example if i was invited to go overseas and speak to foreign officials on my former counterparts and i needed to have a better sense of what it is that they might be doing or up to then. I would make that request and i believe the cia. Then would grant the access as appropriate. But i think you could think of even the most simple example of someone taking over some managerial job at a business and they figure out how to get the break room cool you want to be able to call the previous guy go like hey what was the trick to get the break room cooled off without making the rest of.
"brennan" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Could in fact recount a lot of my experiences with accuracy but unfortunately since i have irritated mr trump. Mr trump directed the cia not to share anything. Classified with me. So i had to rely on my memory as well as some conversations. I had with former colleagues but tall former directors who wrote memoirs were given prompt and full access to their classified files when they were director so that they could in fact a write their memoirs with some degree of not just accuracy but also a depth of of coverage. Yeah now what conventionally happens. When people retire doesn't ex-president still have access to like classified information or briefings or are they let go of that. Well they can request a briefing at any time a former president. And they don't get you know the daily presidents daily brief with when they're office but a lot of former presidents and i have briefed for presidents. Who requested a briefing on this matter. Worth going gonna be traveling overseas or or meeting with foreign officials a retain their clearances for the rest of their life a former directors of cia also retain their clearances. It's for the benefit of a government because it allows their successors to contact their predecessors and have conversations about. Would you think about this person. Or why do we do it that way. Or can you give me a little bit of context in terms of this capability or whatever. So it facilitates those discussions. So even though mr trump or the white house announced to great fanfare in the summer of twenty eighteen that he was revoking. Mike clearances. Because i had the audacity to speak out against him by clearances were never revoked because there was no legal basis to do so however he did send a written directive to the cia intelligence community forbidding anyone from discussing classified information with me which is why than the cia was unable to share my classified files. When i was writing my memoir so it's probably safe to assume that you're access to that will resume here shortly. Then yeah. I would think that. biden immigration. Many of the people. I know who i think. Are going to be joining. Mr president-elect biden and i know joe biden very well having worked with him for eight years. I would presume that they're not going to continue a lot of the activities in actions and decisions of mr trump so i would only go into review my classified files for purpose. I was granted some access when i was going to be interviewed by the department of justice. For you know the investigations. That to mr bar turning general hasn't Donald trump's request. But i was granted that access so given that access only after i finished.
"brennan" Discussed on Skullduggery
"I know no I, I gave thirty three and a half years or so the country I think that's enough. I'm spending a lot of time talking with university students encouraging them to pursue public service rears. I have no interest in going that can becoming a US government's official again it's it's not something that I I want it's not something that. If nominated, I will not accept. Alone. Right okay. Well I'm sure you'll be consulted if nothing else on. Relating to intelligence anyway John Brennan thanks for joining us the book again is undaunted my fight against America's enemies at home and abroad. Michael. Thanks Dan. Best wishes. Looking for a new podcast to listen to. Here's what we love courtesy of a-cash recommends. I'm Theresa Puteaux and I'm dying to tell you about my new podcast has. Most of you might know me as the Long Island medium. Why do people even call me that well, I talked to the debt is his birthday coming up actually his sixtieth birthday is today Oh, my God you just give me the choose throughout my entire life I always just thought everyone felt and saw the same things that I was sensing and feeling. Through this podcast, I'm going to connect guests with the soles of their departed loved ones and give them the piece that they've been searching for I. Feel like I've been able to smile like really smile again for the first time I am so super excited for you guys to hear and be a part of Hey, spirit will you subscribe wherever you listen? A-cash. Recommends..
"brennan" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil
"Ten years go for the ten not of looks. But of excitement that feeling where you eat I don't sleep I'm I'm. GonNa we'RE GONNA go and starve together to death naked in a field. Holding each other and that's just going to be how this ends whereas she thinks that you should go for the sixth. The person you just makes you feel like a light bulbs but generally quite safe but obviously films. Music especially, meatloaf. Have manipulated us. Otherwise books that we have to feel this incredibly. Overwhelming level of excitement and anxiety, and she said that feeling his fight or flight that is your body telling you to run away because you're being triggered you to a triggering each other that's what that feeling is and so instead you should go for the feeling of safety and build from that six up to ten and I had I not been in that kind of relationship now, which is the healthiest and best relationship I've been not to rub it in you're already jealous but. I I would have thought that was bullshit because of how much we've been programmed to think that we need to have all of the feelings. Do you think you a tool manipulated by? Movie and books and songs MEATLOAF. As it made me. All of us. But I I will say that the really good ones I was in two of the three. I felt really lucky to met the person and I felt like a real connection. Great. Yeah. Okay. In one of them yeah okay. Yeah I did but then you go well. Do, I even have a working blackbox the where I can even even after the crash can i. Am I equipped to even. unpack what happened like maybe I'm not. Healthy. Enough to even know what happened. Do you think someone has to be healthy in order to get into a relationship? Would you think it's okay if they can get into a relationship and then start work on things together. I think you just have to be willing to work on yourself at whatever time that is I think that's a prerequisite of a healthy relationship is that if you're bringing your your mortgage in this relationship from your past, you have to be willing to unpack it. I mean, I drill the thing that the other thing that people don't bring up about relationships is the amount of luck required is. Breathtaking Fact that you met James Is. The fact that your who you are, we have oil of. Totally Great. But I'm saying the the I think about the women, the best one I was in and it was pure. Like luck basically. They know this person and Social Circle stuff that you're probably all similar a lot of ways but. The right time, the right and the amount of things that need to line up correctly. In. It where you are in your life I agree. But that could also that's also applied to like everything about our lives. Lucky the. Lucky. But. I'm lucky that I have. Haven't nate talent right for comedy. Do you know what I mean like? So I know that. So. All that luck for I did this and then that person saw that like that's all that's fairly that's a pretty clear domino. Based on talent right I think we will have an innate capacity for love I do think. that. The yes. You're right. Of course it's very lucky to so much more talent for comedy than I do for love it's going to go twenty two one to twenty one. And there are people who don't anything good comedian. So imagine how. I disagree of course you disagree. Yes. I think I. Think knows wrong and we're going to break copies agree with me. Okay. So you don't have to Marnie mental health. Shame around very much ready but you do you you and I've spoken about this before we feel like you get shamed about your. Life status. Yes because I'm a forty, forty, six years young and. I'm forty six and I've never been married. Right. I've been doing a joke where I say women apparently call it a red flag. The thing about red flags time round your Neck Red Cape. So. So. Yeah. I, and the reason I haven't got married is because I I haven't wanted to fat and I know but that's not enough reason for people that he is some Shin is something is broken. Right Same with child. The assumption is if you don't want kids, there's something. A little bit wrong about you like why wouldn't we all the rest of do what's wrong with you that you don't want to have children Those things make being offensive. I just don't have a lot of. My Life Path has been so. Odd that I don't have a lot of peers and I don't mean that as like I'm peerless I mean like I'm so talented peerless. What I mean is the things that people that's how you and James here. We. Totally Kind of Attila. James is all of his albums. He's about to throw in the trash and then the record company goes neuro will release it. Because he thinks he's a bad musician. That's how people work. So Good for him he yes. So. Okay so I don't have peers in. I. Just feel like a bit of A. I don't really fit in anywhere. There's just a lot of ways would like I don't eat meat which sounds like a small thing. But it's kind of big thing. There's most restaurants. As you're a fucking alien. Yes. I don't really drink. That's a big one. I'm not married I don't have kids have high standards for. Interpersonal Interaction. Right, isn't it? Of Yes yeah. All of these things are to me self evident and ev things that everyone should be doing I mean again meet whatever but being you should be able to have your own standards and make your own choices I think as a man if I'm a serial if I'm dating if I don't get married and in the time I've known you dated a couple of women in. But if if it was a woman, the narrative would be only she's searching for the one whereas. Hang on how the fuck on okay. Wait a forty, six year old woman who single you've got clooney in your corner, right where the of. I thought he three by the way if I tell an Uber driver who is from my country England like Pakistan or India. If I tell them that I am thirty three and I'm not married children, all I get is your art nobody had got audio now. So I, get sort of openly abused. But that's the way it sounds. Documentary. Documentary about. That I mean. Doing the exact accident in which he shouted the. My point. Can I do it? I'm kidding. Exact accent like out in even outside of my culture women in thirty start to fucking panic. I think there are any women just need to this we can. We can relate to the fact that you know if.
"brennan" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil
"If, you're someone who like me house a lot to learn about other people from different communities in this world, then you should perhaps check out my new youtube channel I've created an extension of. The instagram channel and a bit like this Poe 'cause I created this safe space for all of us to learn, and so I am interviewing actors and writers an autism and. Doctors all around the world and asking them everything. The I would like to know about how to support and understand other people from different experiences to mine. So if you want come along and learn with me than join me on my youtube channel, that's just go to youtube forward Slash Jamila And we can learn together. I know it's embarrassing thirty-four-year-old started a youtube channel but fuck it. So so similarly to you, I'm always kind of Johnny to see where I can get to my mental health like I've been through extreme anxiety, extreme depression, PTSD etc. I think you and I are probably two of the most people that I have a friend do a similar to me as you are and you and I struggle and if you if is it okay if I say this but we struggle with feelings of all the time Oh yes. Yes. So that's something that we. That you may not have the which is. I have a penis. Bomb. No would may not have which is. I'm also. Sensitive. And not. You Win James would say it's all ego based, but I would say it's I'm really sensitive. Like I really am like up sensitive little. Baby. Like everything bothers me. But this is in pisses you off hurts my feelings. Feelings a lot of things hurt my feelings that you. There's no way that hurt feelings. Because I generally speaking synthesize it into anger. So quickly, you wouldn't know it I was hurt. For a second. But yeah everything like any snob any slight any look any like real like I I'm not. One of these people who nothing bothers me May Look like nothing by twitter very nothing bothers me and sort of a bit thinking. It's funny when other people get so bothered by stuff. Well I think that most people I don't when things are when people are actually bothered by I think there's things that are worth getting bothered by and then I think there are mostly it's just the. Internet. I mean, that's like. The only way to get traction on on twitter is to be. Provocative or like little. Favorites. I don't use twitter. To create outrage. No but that's the that's that's hey, you're gaming the algorithm. That is how that's how it works. Yeah. So when they go, there is an outrage on twitter. Yeah. That's where that's that's traffic. There's booties clapping at the Strip club. That's one. That's that's what happens that the airplanes are taken off at the airport I feel quite. Jealous that you that your feelings get hurt. Kemalist. Doesn't happen to me and I think some people think of it as Oh i. Am so tough and I'm so brave and don't get bothered by the people saying things about me publicly or even privately, but it really doesn't make a dent and I think that's because I'm because my damage makes me so desensitized I'm genuinely I don't. This is why I never wear. It's like a badge of honor that I'm uninterested in other people's opinions of me. I'm just a genuine. You don't give a fuck and I would like to see that it's a strength especially in my choice of career. And but having said that I bet james can hurt your feelings. James can hurt my feelings not snow. He doesn't hurt my feelings as much sometimes in the past may angry. Not Yes that's A. Remember specific time. Okay Great It's been awhile. It's been awhile but James, isn't so much hurt my feelings I don't get my i. think my feelings got so hurt as a child that there's like I've had so many withdrawals. Failings, there are no deposits though I am bankrupt. It doesn't really happen. But okay. So aside from that, though a you romantic person. In the technical classical way. Yes Oh. Yes. Yes. The short answer is. I think I. cried through. Watching marriage story. Okay and during the trial, why did you cry during marriage story I'll tell you. Okay. During. The trial I literally thought I don't think I could do this I I would be so crushed by an ex. Wife. Using a lawyer. To make me seem. Awful for. To get custody of a thing that she knows I. Love. A Kid. Or you know and then there's the whole thing like I've had guys tell me that they're y guys that are successful TV people telling that their wives said when they got divorced that they came up with plots that are just not true. Doesn't so not true Mike from. Lives came up with plots for sitcoms that they were. Up like, no. That episode was before I met like just crazy credit that I would just like. But. The thing of having a lawyer slam me to make me a bad father would would just about break me and then. The letter thing. That letter at the beginning of it and when they're talking about all the things grains. I've been love three times and it was amazing. And The when those ended. They all. Really hurt my feelings. They really. It was very emotional about it like it was like one of them I was like crying all the time for like a month. Me Neil brand. Crying L. Time now but I like I was demolished by. So. I think I'm I want I want I would like to. Be in a long term romantic relationship I. Just at this point, I would agnostic about it because I'm like I don't see much proof of a I'm not jealous very many relationships year in one of them. Thank. It's not what James. which was you? Know like you're in one of them but this is not a long list, five, five couples maybe and. And but I I sometimes I think that many women are really poorly matched for relationships. And the other thing I will say about it is the the the thing in relationships that. I don't think a lot of attention which is the ways you break your own heart. Like. Well. Can't can't do it. Like you think that your those people that is healthy enough to be in a relationship and you can work things out and you can, and despite your best efforts with someone that you palpably love, you cannot do it. and. That's your fault. Also. I. Think if you're not sorted out, you already assess who is the correct person for you. I'm yeah. Yeah. Either friend cool. Brett Goldstein and he talks about the fact that you know his he's an easy single. 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"Into anyone party i was gonna ask you worked for brennan you must have met with him regularly when you were back at langley did you view him as a partisan i certainly viewed him as seeking to achieve president obama's agenda and the areas on which i worked in the middle east and south asia i saw that on a very regular basis that the president had his policy in the middle east on iraq and on syria and on south asia and john brennan was very much in a supporting role to the president we have a i've got a scene in the book russian roulette that i wrote with david corn about events in two thousand fifteen when alexander berdnikov the director of the f s b comes to washington basically uninvited their white house was holding a counter veiling antiterrorism summit they invited a russian delegation the russians decided the head head of the f berdnikov was going to head it nobody at the white house really wanted him there but brennan invites him to visit him at langley goes up to meet some in his office on the seventh floor steve hall somebody you worked closely with was the head of russia house the russia operations desk at the time advised brennan not to not not to extend this invitation thought it was sending the wrong signal this borna cova this point has been blacklisted by the eu over the intervention in in in ukraine but brennan was trying to achieve the president's goals in syria to workout some kind of modus operandi with the russians on syria and thought it was important to maintain the dialogue who was right in that instance brennan or st paul well they may both been right from there very different optic on russia i'm asking yours and from my optic i personally don't have a problem with borton mccaw coming to cia headquarters in meeting the director we actually do have some areas on which we need to work with the fsp terrorism organized crime counternarcotics to name three you notice i didn't mention syria and you're right john brennan and the administration the obama administration arguably subordinated quite.
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"I'll speculate to use john brennan word because i didn't ask john brennan woody was thinking but i think he was thinking a lot more about donald trump than he was about vladimir putin if he'd stopped to think about what ladimir putin was trying to do he might have held fire and not said what he said because i think he was really doing putin's bidding by making those comments and causing of our foreign liaison partners and other others to to doubt the president's trustworthiness i think lewis explain that e okay well let me i just say that i think i think that perhaps john brennan was so blinded by his antipathy towards the president that i in my view at least he went a bit a bit too far with the criticism and took it to a level that he shouldn't have as as a former director see i think look freedom of speech is something that we all value in this country but i think for if i could be so presumptuous as to say that a retired director of c i a and russians like to say there's no such thing as a former intelligence officer you know that that's just doesn't exist for them that you almost wanna take the hippocratic oath of doing no harm to our national security when you're exercising your freedom you're you basically it sounds reading between the lines of what you're saying is that brennan launches is cool i mean he's that he's got an emotional side to hand got the better of cam because of his dislike or sympathy to use your word of trump.