25 Burst results for "Brian Moran"
"brian moran" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning
"You'd ruin your garage. You'll hit everything so the chevy traverse was a better fit for and he was so right so brian you were right to. I owe you an apology. Because i was so mad that he said like he knows. I'm a bad driver. Brian moran is like. I think i'm gonna put her on a bicycle. Rollerblades get rollerblades. Now oh my god. That's so funny. Eight four allievi for four six six five six five four eight madison You're as bad a driver shannon. What's up yeah.
"brian moran" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"News and Amazon, Alexa In Washington state man accused of a Corona virus vaccine scam is under arrest, Federal prosecutors say Johnny Stein trying to pass himself off as a bio tech expert Claiming to be the founder and president of North Coast biologics as early as March. Stein is accused of posting offers on social media to inject customers with a covert vaccine for a charge of 400 to $1000. This despite the fact you received a cease and desist decree from the state attorney general U. S Attorney Brian Moran says I was injecting people with an unknown substance, claiming it was a vaccine. Hamburg. ADI Fox News investigators are trying to determine what caused the National Guard helicopter to crash Wednesday night in upstate New York, killing the three guard members on board. The Monroe County Sheriff's Office quickly moved to secure the crash site for Army investigators. We've applied several resource is to this effort. Our patrol deputies or supervisors, Air Command staff all hands on deck for this, chief Deputy, Michael Fowler says area residents paid tribute to the fallen troops as their remains were escorted to the medical examiner's office. They came out of their homes. They stood on the side of the road. With flags. Saluting Steve Rapoport. Fox News, I says, claiming responsibility for the twin Baghdad bombings that killed at least 32 people on Thursday on the baseball team from the past that produced Legends of the game is making a comeback. The Kansas City T Bones and independent baseball team. The American Association is bringing back a historical moniker changing their name, but the Kansas City Monarchs to pay tribute to the iconic Negro Leagues Ball club. Negro Leagues Baseball Museum signed a licensing agreement with the owners of the minor league team to honor the original Monarchs, who won the first Negro League World Series back in 1924, Matt Napolitano, Fox News and I'm Carmen Roberts, and this is Fox News..
'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
Court rules blocks Seattle's efforts to create supervised heroin injection sites
"Injection site for heroin users in Seattle suffers a setback because of an appeals court ruling in Philly King County Public Health greenlighted supervised injection sites three years ago, but an effort to find a fixed location like the ones of British Columbia failed. An effort to create mobile sites. Stalled plan now is not Tonto. Build standalone facilities instead, go with the drug users already go for help, like the Aurora Commons and let injections happen there under the supervision of a nurse. But Wednesday, the third Circuit Court of Appeals denied a Philadelphia nonprofits push to open up a fixed site. Thereby Seattle's plans are up in the air again. This is another wrinkle that we're gonna have to deal with the Justice Department, agreeing with the court's ruling injection sites violate the Federal Controlled Substances Act. That prohibits any person from knowingly and intentionally maintaining a place for the purpose of illegal drug use. The acting attorney general, saying injection sites are not the solution. But the court didn't go that far, saying Congress needs to change the federal drug laws for the sights to be legal. Seattle's city attorney responding as city struggled to respond to overdoses wrought by the opioid epidemic. The ruling is a disappointing one. But soon we'll have a Democratic president and a Democratic Congress, which could breathe new life into legalizing these sites. It violates federal law that was U. S attorney for Western Washington and Trump nominee Brian Moran two years ago, telling me he would stop any site in Seattle from opening Almost Matt
"brian moran" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
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"brian moran" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
"I'm not just focused on the goal focused on activity and as say take that activity. The marketplace always gives me feedback. So when i break it down. Granular i'm gonna know specifically which actions worked in which ones did when i'm executing concepts of trying to concepts i don't get that same level of feedback and silt twelve years. Look there is no perfect plan. Every plan you ever write his law so so the thing you gotta do is go out in the marketplace in succeed or fail as fast as you can and because we're tactical the the toward bureau allows you to make smaller adjustments more frequently. Yeah and so you're able to dial it in versus trying to make these massive assumptions or or or or corrections. You're you're constantly adjusting because there is no perfect plan in the marketplaces dynamic. It's constantly changing. Right what worked by mobile home park couple of years ago. It's probably different today and not not completely different. But there's some different aspects to it now and so because it's tactical you'll know specifically which ones worked which winston naturally. She's really powerful. You can focus on that. Which then causes you to to have some success in your just the fact that you're taking the action builds confidence builds momentum. Nats awesome man. You get you can't sit here and think your way into feeling confident it only comes through actions. You know when when you're really down at your like this is never going to happen. The best thing you can do is go out and do something. That's productive if you're in sales it's pick up the phone and call even if someone says no not interested in it. Still it's still you feel like intuit internally. You know that you're more in control than if you're just sitting waiting hoping something's gonna change. Isn't that funny that we see so often that people don't want to take action until they feel confident but you can't build confidence until that was such a great think. Confidence comes from competence. Competence comes from repetition. Repetition is daily action. And if you really think about it it's like saying gee i don't wanna go to the gym until i feel strong going till i look really exactly right. Never going you know reminds me i. I teach these webinars every week. It's a bigger pockets listeners. Dave as well and we are conflict to be analyzed deals and one of the reasons why for this exact concept of like if even if you're not ready to buy it even if you don't what the market's going to look like you're now six months now you might not have the money you know none of that if you sit down and analyze the real estate investment every single day for the next three months straight and you get through ninety a hundred hundred twenty. These things just knocked out. You're gonna feel so comfortable and competent. Because you've done the reps and now making an offer is not gonna be that scary. Nothing's can be this year because you. You have the reps you've done. The work and people are like well. I don't know how to feel comfortable. Just analyze deal. don't any money analysts deals anyway. Go right. It's not a horribly learning nothing to real estate to like. It's like mock stock market stuff like like you can do like a mock stock market game app actually trading at you pretend you are real so you could literally just like pretend all day long to practice to get really good at running the numbers you could talk to a real investor and be like. Hey how these are my numbers. What dick do agree to this. Look like it would work and they'd like now change this thing and then okay go back and change that thing and then do better next time in. Yeah that's just worth this.
"brian moran" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
"So yeah yeah. It was like something like nothing's hard only only steps undefined or prostate on practiced. Right did you haven't defined what it is or impact but nothing hard like you could build a nuclear bomb if you knew the process and you've practiced it enough like it's not hard to nuclear scientists probably to build a nuclear bomb. Because they've done it enough and they know the steps so it's once we realized that nothing. I mean cancer is hard right like the passing of a loved one. Those things are hard but like business. China by rental property is hard or the just. You haven't practiced steps yet like so. I think we should reserve words hard for things that are actually hard in life and everything else just rephrase it to. I'd i just don't know the steps yet and having practiced them enough. So let's figure out. What's so empowering about what. Brian what i hear you saying is that it. You use the word uncomfortable. it's subconsciously. If you know. I wanna buy a mobile home park but you don't know it. You don't feel confident taking progress. You don't know what steps to take so you kind of just wander around in hope you bump into success and when you don't find it you you beat yourself up and say that didn't work and then you go on and lick your wounds and come back with something else. But if you've broken it down into these individual steps are lead indicators may be from the the forty x. principles and you know. This is what i have to do. And there's four key components that you've got to do to win the weak to win that goal two of them you. You're comfortable with in two of 'em you're uncomfortable with. You are in a position where you're empowered to go practice. What.
"brian moran" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
"And if you give yourself a year to do that like most people listen to show our if they're new they're going to be like wow. I want to buy a property next year. Great you'll probably do it. Pervasive yourself twelve weeks. It's short enough to be urgent but not yet. We have tens of thousands of people that have accomplished more twelve weeks in the did in twelve months. Yeah i mean. I was on the phone Last week with a with a gentleman he happens to be an adviser investment advisor but the prior year. He did seven point. Two million last week's a point. Three million half the nets in kobe in the middle cova right. And that's just that's just an example And it it. Sounds crazy magical. But it's not. It's it's the the fact that when you bring that deadline near-term creeds and intense level of focus for you not a stressful level. But just just a clarity around at that like you said i could. I could take toilets to buy this property. Or i could do it in twelve weeks. Let's weeks then. Let's do it five or six more turkish the same twelve months. You know. I've told the story before on the show but i'll share it again now because it's applicable here. There was a bay six years ago. Now maybe seven years ago. It's been a while. But i set a goal at the beginning of the year a year. Long goal to by twelve unit of the company. My twelve this year and then of as goals go. I thought the goal and just kind of like didn't think about it for a while and and then the year went by and here we are under twenty. I i remembered. I thought a piece of paper somewhere i remembered ida goal of twelve units and i'm adding up amac. What did i buy this this duplex single eleven about eleven. I think well eleven is pretty good. Eleven great right. I did eleven. And i was like. I'm not somebody who misses their goals that easily. I got nine days or ten days. I'm to i did it. I found a property contract. Got the financing enclosed in nine days. And so this perfectly illustrates one had a looming deadline. I made it happen. Secondly if that's all it takes to buy a property with nine days. I could have boughten a whole lot more during that year. And if i would've had a twelve year plan i would set a goal of. Let's say four for the for the twelve weeks. And then i would have blown by that and be like oh. I can double that this. I'm going to a new twelve unit to twenty this next quarter and this next twelve week time so yeah phenomenal. i love it..
"brian moran" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
"What's going on and on it's brandon turner host of at the bigger pockets. Podcasts here with another phenomenal weekend. Show with my buddy david greene. David is good to have you here once again. Get some big goals lined up for next year. Oh huge scanned. I loved every single second of today's podcast with our guest. Because i now have the framework in my mind for how i'm going to take those goals and yeah they've been to reality. This was absolutely fascinating talking to brian. Today yeah so our our guest today. The author a brian moran who wrote a book called the twelve week year made a huge impact on me. I like to think of like if my life with a cake. Alex making everything cake analogy but my life was a cake in a lot of ingredients that go into said cake. The twelve week year with a massive. That was like the flower. That bake the cake of what i do today And a lot of that. Like for example everything i do with the intention journal that the journal that every day and that was for sale. Bigger pockets A lot of that is based on twelve week year philosophy in mentality and so we really unpack it today in today's show and you'll see why i love the so much because this is everything me in. David teaches like what he talks about today but he goes into specifics on why annual goal planning might be dangerous causing you not to get as much on a life as you could He talks about how the Studying vision about working with teams all sorts of really great stuff today and this applies so well to real estate investors. Like so well to real estate like everything. We're talking about today. It's not a real safe specific Guest everything today is how you should be running your real estate business. So that is today's show. We're going to that in just a minute but before we do. Let's get to today's today's quick tip. Is this so today. We talk a lot about why. The annual goal might not be such a good idea why we should really have shorter. Sprints i twelve weeks well guess. What a bigger pockets with journal. Its intention journal. Guess what it's ninety days long which is approximately twelve weeks and so the idea with the intention journal said was based on this idea that don't we think in a year down the road. Be thinking what. Can i do this next twelve weeks. This next ninety days so if you want help with that pick up a copy of intention journal from bigger pockets you get a bigger pakista come such store and if you buy it like today or tomorrow you're not gonna get it by the first the new year. If you're watching the show. When it comes out he might were closed like today. That is make it in time. But if not you'll get it within the first week or two it's fine But that is going to make a huge impact on you because it helps you exactly what we're about to talk about today's show and you can get a discount on it so.
Attorney General Barr urges federal charges against violent protesters
"Attorney General William Barr reportedly told federal prosecutors to consider sedition charges against protesters. And now he's asking the Justice Department to explore possible criminal charges against Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkin. Almost Joel Marino has more. The lawlessness that descended on the Capitol Hill organized protest or chop may lead the legal action by federal prosecutors for the New York Times. His attorney general William Barr, singled out Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan is responsible for the violence that unfolded His own, where police steered clear. They're saying that the mayor may have violated criminal statutes and very serious criminal statutes. Simply based on the discretionary decisions that she made were to deploy. The police went to pull them back Bar. Also once rioters charged with sedition were trying to overthrow the government. It's a statute constitutional law professor Andy Segal calls archaic, but basically it is a junior varsity treason charge for her part, Dirk and accuses the Trump Administration of using the Justice Department for political purposes just weeks away from an election Mayor Duncan, by the way, is a former U. S attorney. And U. S Attorney Brian Moran, releasing a statement overnight about the New York Times report about bar and Dirk and saying he's had multiple conversations with Department of Justice leadership about protests in Seattle and the chop. And the statement says, in part of no time is anyone at the department communicated to me that Seattle marriage any Durkan is was or should be the subject of a criminal investigation or should be charged.
Barr asked prosecutors to explore charging Seattle mayor over protest zone
"From The New York Times put Seattle in the spotlight, Attorney General William Barr reportedly told federal prosecutors to consider charges against rioters. And tonight he's asking the Justice Department to explore possible criminal charges against Mayor Johnny Durkin for allowing the Capitol Hill occupied protest known as Chop to form. It's all part of a nationwide crackdown on protests. Violence comes Joe Moran alive tonight with the mayor's response and the legal implications, Joe Preston Durkin calls this effort just the latest abuse of power by the Trump administration. And some legal scholars agree. The lawlessness that descended on the Capitol Hill organized protest or chop may lead. The legal action by federal prosecutors for the New York Times says Attorney General William Barr singled out Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan is responsible for the violence that unfolded His own, where police steered clear. They're saying that the mayor may have violated criminal statutes, and it's very serious criminal statutes simply based on the discretionary decisions that she made where to deploy. The police went to pull them back Bar also once rioters charged with sedition trying to overthrow the government. It's a statute constitutional law professor Andy Segal calls archaic, but basically it is a junior versus city treason charge for her part, Dirk and accuses the Trump Administration of using the Justice Department for political purposes just weeks away from an election, saying It is particularly egregious to try to use a civil rights laws to investigate, intimidate or deter those that are fighting for civil rights in our country. Siegel doubts Durkin would ever be charged and sees this as a play for swing voters. I mean, I think it's mostly about the reelection, it's about how they're centering these protests and try in the election campaign and trying to make make it seem like the U. S. Is under attack. The mayor has a fuller statement that we've posted on Cuomo news dot com and she is expected to address the matter directly during a press availability tomorrow. Back to you All right, Joe. Thanks, And now there's this within the last couple of hours. U. S Attorney, Brian Moran released a statement about this New York Times report writing that he's had multiple conversations with Department of Justice leadership about protests in Seattle and the chops only said quote. At No time is anyone at the department communicated to me. The Seattle mayor Jenny Durkan, is was or should be the subject of a criminal investigation or should be charged. As you may recall, the chop zone evolved out of the protests that began in Seattle. Back in May, Protesters gathered on Capitol Hill for days. On June 1st police set up a barricade to protect the East Precinct. In a week later, the barricades were removed. That's what protesters took over six blocks of the neighborhood. Calling at the chop zone on June 22nd Mayor Durkin declared. It was time for people to go home and two days later. Some chop organizer's tweeted that the project was indeed over. On July 1st. The police moved in after Mayor Dirk and issued an executive order authorising police to clear the streets
Man accused of looting downtown Seattle store facing federal gun charge
"Auburn man is charged in federal court in connection with looting in downtown Seattle during the ongoing protests. Come on. Sue Romero has more. The U. S attorney in Seattle, Brian Moran, says 32 year old Alto, Lage had guns and stolen merchandise in his car. After a break in at a store called Sneaker City. On June 1st. The large number of individuals were seen coming out of there. That merchandise was eventually traced to a car in the nearby facility that that car was registered to Mr Tell Aga. A search of the car found two handguns, several pairs of Air Jordans and Adidas tennis shoes and new baseball hats. Since tell Aga is prohibited from possessing guns due to a previous robbery conviction. He was charged federally with being a felon in possession of a firearm,
Everett man federally charged in connection to stolen Seattle Police rifle
"U. S ATTORNEY. Indiana has filed charges against a man accused of stealing a police rifle during a riot back in May. 24 year old Jake of Little appeared in federal court Friday after Seattle based U. S Attorney Brian Moran charged him with possession of a stolen firearm. A firearm was taken during a riot in downtown Seattle from police Seattle police surveillance images show little with a large bag that was used to story called M four rifle with a suppressor. He's seen apparently taking the bag from a Seattle cop car parked downtown. After several police vehicles have been damaged and burned by rioters. The U. S attorney's office says they also obtained messages showing little trying to sell the gun.
"brian moran" Discussed on Transition Virginia
"You didn't have fringe members introducing legislation that. We're worried about you. Had the majority leader introduced a bill. That would make me a felon that had money in it to incarcerate me. If it didn't comply that's his way over the line I mean it's it's just way over the line Secretary Miran. What would you say to Congressman Taylor about his concerns about the assault ban? Well Scott Taylor served in the military and we thank him for his service. He had training with these firearms. Most people don't that are carrying those. Are these lethal weapons. They were made for mass destruction. Weapons of war have been referred to got was their origin And anything over a certain amount of ammunition. That's the started out with ten rounds in twelve rounds Any beyond that obviously isn't being used for hunting. And these are the weapons that have been used in many of these mass shootings so it's not protected by the Second Amendment by the way this case law that You can regulate these are sister. State in Maryland has regulated these and other states So it's constitutional to regulate then amount of ammunition the magazine size and so I just respectfully disagree with Scott Taylor on this issue Lori Haas from an advocacy point of view. I would imagine looking ahead to the next General Assembly session. This has got to be one of the issues. That's at the top of the agenda for gun control groups what talk little talk us through the strategy of what's going to happen in the next General Assembly session. We'll be back and you know we I was a couple of people joked with me. The secretary one of them said Laurie. We've got seven bills. What are we going to do next year and I said I've got a big list for you secretary. You know we. We know that you know. This is a necessary piece of regulation. We understand you know what is what is At risk here and a number of people you know want this it pulls off the charts across the Commonwealth of Virginia Governor Ralph Northern ran on the issue at its something whose time has come. We've done it in other states. So it's it. It's important in these high capacity magazines and these high powered Semiautomatic rifles have no place in civil society and opinion that it's just you know regulatory issue that I think Whose time has come. We had the assault weapons ban for ten years in this country We saw a decline in these type of weapons used in crime scenes. The Virginia State police had a report out. In the city. Richmond actually Had some Research on it so and we know that Lee Thallady if someone has to. Someone doesn't have one of these weapons in one of these mass shootings. The number of fatalities is going to be far less so We've got a strategy looking forward. We're working with legislators and trying to make certain that they understand that we do have good definitions in the bill that we do understand what the bill does that it does have the It's constitutional and the constitutionality of them have been supported in case law. So we're just going to work hard to try to get more votes And they all session. We have other issues. We plan to work on Safe Storage is one Surrender and removal. There are people who are prohibited who theories no automatic mechanism to make certain that they have in fact surrendered or removes the firearms in certain cases concealed. Carry and open. Carry or both Concerns of ours Further down the road perhaps permit to purchase We also have a doing some research on restoration You know the registration of firearms rights can follow. The restoration of someone's civil rights is their guidance is the research and data that shows when a person is not as likely to repeat offend in there some data and information out there. We'd like to get you know some restoration research done and some guidance provided to our judges. So there's a number of issues we continue to study research and hopefully can translate into policy with this administration and One day future administration so there was loyal opposition and they continued to advocate. We saw them come to lobby day and during lobby date we fully anticipate most very peaceful fellow Virginians but it could have been and we were concerned about that being exploited by those who would do harm there was an arrest of three white supremacist and Maryland just before the incident and they were going to use lobby day foot for that reason. But I'll tell you even during this Cova crisis Where being sued gun ranges Was part of the governor's order to shut down as a non essential business and we're being sued in court to reopen gun ranges so. Laurie has an ambitious agenda and will will likely join her of many of those fronts in this will continue to be a An issue and We would hope in the twenty twenty election. We would see some Action on the federal side Assault Weapons and many of these other weapons cross state lines and so many of these things deserve a national response. But of course they have. They've refused to respond. And maybe that might change well Twenty twenty this would all seem to get better a lot faster if we could sue gun manufacturers say that much yeah and and. I would love to see some kind of liability for Straw purchasers as well speaking as a partisan myself. Well we would like to repeal PLOCKA. That's you know at the federal level. That's certainly on our agenda and regulating the assault. Weapons is on the agenda and many other items and I think the secretary's right it's ambitious but you know at the federal level. It's it's necessary firearms across state lines. You know far too often in the local authority bill. We did lift the Prohibition of localities pursuing lawsuits that was part of that plan that part of that legislation as well. But Yeah I mean a lot of this just a minute. It requires federal legislation and If just refused to act but in Virginia leader now I mean we've gone from dead last I at my book on Responsible Gun control legislation. So.
Federal Judge Clears Way For Nation’s First Supervised Injection Site To Open In Philadelphia
"News federal judge has just approved the first supervised injection site in the nation it opens in Philadelphia next week supporters say it will save lives opponents say will bring illegal activities to the neighborhood activists have been trying to get safe injection sites in the Seattle area for the past four years but last year U. S. attorney for western Washington Brian Moran told komo he would block such a move here the easy answer for me and I think it's the right answer I'll continue limits right answer
Trump administration suing King County to allow deportation flights from Boeing Field
"The federal government is suing king county over its policy banning immigration flights from Boeing field goals to Romero report last spring king county executive Dow Constantine announced an order banning all deportation flights by immigration and customs out of Boeing field in Seattle now the agency must take detainees to the other side of the state for flights instead US attorney for western Washington Brian Moran says king county is breaking several federal laws with that policy Constantine intentionally unlawfully interfered with the federal government's duty
"brian moran" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Ten seasons in the minors lefty reliever Brian Moran finally made his big league debut last night with the Marlins the second battery faced his younger brother Colin as a more more nervous than I thought I do when I some stuff in the box but it was it was pretty cool I I get dream up the cooler way to get your for strikeout Colin is the pirates third baseman this the first time the pitcher faced his brother in his big league debut and Serena Williams and Canadian teenager Bianca Andriy Eskew said for tomorrow's US open women's finality I mean you're both fifteen baseball games plus Marshall and Boise state in college football driver on edge Danny seven. the mobile would you. over will come up with one on answers for thirteen hundred we're ready. live from southern California this is the world show. on CBS sports radio..
"brian moran" Discussed on Kickass News
"You're fusion task force and your secretary of public safety seem to be on top of this well in advance of the event and making recommendations to the local authorities in charlottesville where they responsive to your advice. Did you feel like the city government was sufficiently prepared for what was coming absolutely not and i talk at length about this and you know listen. It's it's hard to talk about but we kept telling them that. This is a volatile situation. I actually put a memo in the book of my conversation with the mayor what we needed to do there. The city manager the chief of police and i think ben one thing that happened a cut about six weeks before there had been a clue klux klan rally and the ku klux klan was about fifty folks and i i told the state police my you know let them walk through the street. They lilly will stop at the first fast food burger joint and you'll never hear you know they'll be. The decline was fifty guys. Well unfortunately a lot more counter. Protesters showed up. They chase the k._k._k. Into a parking garage they wouldn't let him out. The state police fired three canisters of tear gas to disperse the crowd and so forth well well unfortunately the overreaction from charlottesville. Was you know police brutality and you get the idea but the day their job is to keep people safe so i think the attitude going forward as well we wanna be. We don't want to be a militaristic state that this wasn't anyway. This is about keeping your citizens safe but you know there were no blockades around the rose. Sir should have been they should never have allowed the permit in its present form. The emancipation park is a very small park ben and the idea. You're you're going to have a thousand armed. Neo nazis and white supremacists potentially two thousand counter-protestors literally trying to fit them. I'm in your backyard. It was a vowel mix and unfortunately finally the city sued wednesday night to move out a emancipation park and put it up in <hes> mcintyre park which was a much bigger park in the key to controlling a protests keep the two sides separated absolutely the the a._c._l._u. sue the city eighty on behalf of the neo nazis in the white supremacist to say no. We're going to keep it here and unfortunately two days later on friday night. At nine o'clock a judge judge in charlottesville cited with the neo nazis in the white supremacist so instead of moving at up to the much bigger park where there there could have been good crowd control. It was stuck in emancipation park in downtown charlottesville. It's like your backyard and you have just signed a recipe for disaster. Yes remarkable read in this book. How many times you were stymied every step of the way by of all things virginia chapter of the a._c._l._u. do do they share some of the blame for what happened. They absolutely do and i'm very tough of the book and listen. I'm for all for first amendment. I say in the book. I love the a._c._l._u. the work they've done in our history but but there are times when if law enforcement if my colonel the state police in the city of charlottesville and all the other people we it is a volatile situation people are going to be hurt and there's going to be damaged that should supersede anything else and as you read in the book several members of the national a._c._l._u. A._c._l._u. resigned from the board after charlottesville. They said we are not going to be on board to protect the rights of neo-nazis. Were not and it's unfortunate fortunate but you gotta bales public safety against freedom of speech had we moved it up. They still would have been able to parade around and yell. They're horrible you. You know every other word was the f. word. Every other word was screaming at juicy. We're gonna burn. You burned you an schwartz. I mean i'd never in my life. Ben heard such language coach it. How did we get to a place like this. In america and before the main event on saturday there was as you mentioned this night rally that was unscheduled ah the u._v._a. Campus and resembled the old torchlit nuremberg rally very scary stuff and one of your guys on the ground was political science professor larry sabato. Oh who a lot of people might recognize as a regular political commentator on cable news. It was one of the first people to alert you to the fact that there was going to be a torchlit rally apparently state data authorities were taken totally by surprise outed that happen yeah. That's a great question and apparently to shots. Police had had <hes> heads up the dish. I was going to occur. I think several people u._v._a. Had heard rumors that was going to occur. Nobody pass that onto the state so my state police my national guard. Nobody knew it and then brian moran calls me my secretary public safety. He says you're not gonna believe there. Are hundreds of people in bennett was frightening so if you looked up you know there's a mountain right right outside of u._v._a. Of charlottesville in all you could see it was dark out was his long snake of individuals carrying torches hundreds chop them screaming jews will not replace us blood and soil all the sorta things that they chanted nineteen thirty three and nineteen thirty four <hes> in germany <hes> it was very similar and they had swastikas on very militant very abusive <hes> the things they said about women. I couldn't even repeat repeat on this radio show and that was the kickoff and then they start throwing their torches and it became cast but the state was not even informed of this and that's why the next morning earning i hit everybody on full alert. <hes> all my folks there. I had my all my teams there but we still worked for the city because remember we're there in supporting the cities in charge urge under virginia law and we have to take orders from the chief of police but we're there to support and we were there but kept getting reports from brian moran all morning morning all morning and finally brian moran. I'll give them a tremendous amount of credit. I i was not supposed to call state of emergency. The city was first and then i would fouls since i'm learned support but things got so out of hand at about eleven fifteen bryan ryan went to colonel fiery basically said you gotta call the governor's got declare in i i understand colonel flaherty. You know law enforcement likes to work with fellow law enforcement. He was sensitive to the chief of police of charlottesville and brian just said screw it and he went <music> out picked up. The phone at about eleven eighteen called me up and said governor. You need to call state emergency. This situation is out of control. I immediately said yes. I immediately authorized authorized a a state of emergency and si- <hes> officially signed gave the verbal and sign the order immediately and the state police moved to the park told they had eleven minutes to disperse which they did. We cleared the park in eleven minutes and the state and then the national guard went in and secure the park we we thought at that point then everything was fine <hes> no property damage we'd had fist fights and skirmishes gone on but nothing serious no serious injuries at this point and i felt pretty good so i'd cleared the park and the rally was over but even before it was supposed to begin from noon to five but by eleven seven forty five or whatever the park was clear and then boy about an hour later couldn't believe it <hes> bryan ran caused map says you've got the t._v. On i said yes they hadn't shown a eddie said a car just ran into the crowd. I say anybody been killed. He said he didn't know and then within ten minutes to state. Police got hold of me and told me that heather higher had been killed thirty two year old woman in injured dozens of people yeah and aside from the tragic death of heather hire a you and your family also suffered suffered two personal losses that day. Can you talk about that. Yeah i got ta was the toughest day of my life so i had flown down from northern virginia. They didn't want me actually on insight because you don't want the governor breathing over here. You know you let your law enforcement do what they need to do and they knew me very well. I'd wander out in the crowd and they didn't want security and so i was in northern virginia and so i flew down on my heloc on a fairfax helicopter because this <hes> trooper won the state police helicopter that i always use was was there doing surveillance so i landed and had a big motorcade formula a lot of security because of all the issues going on and as we began rolling going into downtown charlottesville <hes> the head of my security detail mark wiley said there's an aircraft down that made me a little concerned because as i flew in on the fairfax county helicopter they pointed out they said governor there's trooper one. There's your pilot over there doing surveillance but i didn't see any other aircraft but you you know maybe at the airport an uneasy feeling so we continued on and then i went to go down. We're going to do the press conference and so i'm in waiting to to go out and because trump hit so i mean we haven't really gotten i mean trump fumbled the ball beyond belief when he said it was both sides and so i knew i had to come out band that time in speak for virginia speak for the country and speak for the world and tell these neo nazis white supremacy races to to get out of my state to get out of our country and there's no place for him here but just before i went out and i knew this was going to be a very important speech for me to give because trump had so fumbled it and hit embarrassed the nation and had failed in his moral leadership they inform me that the helicopter indeed had gone down and that both who tend to jay colin my pilot it and trooper pile burke bates who'd been on my security details had been killed and it was so hard because burke bates had as i say you know part of your personal security detail for the state place you have twenty there with you twenty four seven with your kids these you know they hear everything they see everything they become part of your family and i just felt like i i had been kicked so hard in the gut but i knew then. I had to go out with all these cameras and do what i needed to do. I talked to my wife dorothy who was in northern virginia. She was just beside herself because of this say so close to burke bates and they were there's a lot of concern because my phone had died on the helicopter down and when the word went down the trooper won the state police captured. The governor uses crashed for a while there. They all thought i had gone down in in that l. Camper no renew. I was in a different helicopter so the whole oh who's just a very tough and then you know i went up back to richmond and i went to see the colin family. I went to see the bates. Family both have two young children. It's just tell you ben. It was <hes> wish these people had never come into our state. I wish they'd never had the rally but i will say this bridge of virginia in charlottesville phil. We will come out stronger. They will make a strong where we're not gonna. Let this hatred although span yeah it. Did it anger you that all over the world. This was the impression people were getting adding of the people of your state even though many if not most of these troublemakers actually came from out of state yeah they did. They came from thirty five states but yeah a this. This was my ben going back to what i said too early when they talked about being a centre of resistance you. Nobody wants to send their state. Nobody wants hatred. <hes> it was such a volatile mix and i hate it. <hes> but what i really was bothersome to me was was trump who i talked to on the phone. Yeah explained to him. What happened horrible people in the state. Here's what you need to do. I said you know mr president. This is an opportunity. I said brock obama had charleston. Bill clinton had oklahoma city. George bush had nine eleven the world and especially those of us in america are looking for moral leadership today to condemn these vile human beings means who were saying the most disgusting things and when i hung up the phone i was sure he was going to do the right thing.
"brian moran" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Heroin. This is about harm reduction except when it comes to east cigarettes. Because when the US attorney that's base right here in Seattle. Brian Moran when he said, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. Whoa, seattle. You better not go towards heroin injection sites. We're going to stop you. Her spokesperson? Durken's spokesperson complained to the Seattle times. That Brian Moran would want, quote to block a harm reduction strategy to the opioid epidemic. There is no rhyme or reason to Jenny Durkan's position on harm reduction except except that she seems to like breaking federal laws. Except that she seems she seems to like, telling people what they can or can't do with their body. Now I heard someone yesterday make the case of what this is disingenuous argument, because this is really about kids kids are smoking e cigarettes, and that's why we're going after it. I mean, kids are also drinking booze, and they're getting a hold of booze and they're doing so in an illegal way, we're not having the conversation about banning booze. Right. We're not having the conversation about banning sugary beverages. We're not having those conversations at all. And I'm going to assume that there are some kids who might have access to heroin as well. But we're not talking about banning in those cases. And in fact, we're talking about making more money off of those things. But he cigarettes for whatever reason is back got it. And of course, Jenny Durkan ever ever going to do a hard hitting interview on any of these topics because she's a coward. You have a whole bunch of people who hate hate hate being questioned. They like sometimes talking with reporters who they know are not going to be able to do it deep dive and sit down and have an interview every once in a while. They'll do it. But for the most part, they avoid that because they know they're going to get called out for being so hypocritical. Let's find out what else is trending. What's trending wait? What a tropical bird escaped from its exhibit at the woodland park, prison or zoo. Sorry. It broke free.
"brian moran" Discussed on Are You Real
"Gotta use promo code real okay so i'm gonna ask you some business questions before we get into their let's go into management so what do you feel like your biggest strength is in the in what you do liberating small business owners from their chaos and who would you feel like your biggest weaknesses building houses get outta your that's fixing cars flying planes i mean i could go on and on with my list of witnesses from skill set now my list of weaknesses as a as a business owner yes one of the things that i'm weak at is making quick fire decisions i'm not really great at that i'm a process guy i like methodical i like process i like enduring i like slow to decision making but there are times you can't you can't do that especially when it comes to people it's literally written in our vision statement on a bed i think about the third page of our vision story that we will not employ w2 employs we only have ten ninety nine's we we'll not employees w too because i know my weakness in my weakness is if i have a w two team member and they're not living up to the role that's been laid out i will be way too slow to let them know that this is not a fifth okay so how how have you overcome that besides the whole the two types like quick decisions how do you how have you worked through that process like knowing that your weakness yeah so we process it out so let me give you an example we use something by brian moran called the twelve week year from anybody ever read it you need to go read it and implemented and so the twelve week year essentially every thirteen week you create a new twelve week plan no more twelve month plants times way too fast and so you created twelve.
"brian moran" Discussed on Are You Real
"Gotta use promo code real. Okay. So I'm gonna ask you some business questions before we get into their, let's go into management. So what do you feel like your biggest strength is in the in what you do? Liberating, small business owners from their chaos. And who would you feel like your biggest weaknesses building houses get outta your that's fixing cars? Flying planes. I mean, I could go on and on with my list of witnesses from skill set now, my list of weaknesses as a as a business owner, yes. One of the things that I'm weak at is making quick fire decisions. I'm not really great at that. I'm a process guy. I like methodical, I like process. I like enduring. I like slow to decision making, but there are times you can't. You can't do that. Especially when it comes to people. It's literally written in our vision statement on a bed. I think about the third page of our vision story that we will not employ W2. employs. We only have ten ninety. Nine's, we. We'll not employees w too, because I know my weakness in my weakness is if I have a w. two team member and they're not living up to the role that's been laid out. I will be way too slow to let them know that this is not a fifth. Okay. So how how have you overcome that besides the whole, the two types like quick decisions? How do you, how have you worked through that process? Like knowing that your weakness? Yeah, so we process it out. So let me give you an example. We use something by Brian Moran called the twelve week year from anybody ever read it. You need to go read it and implemented. And so the twelve week year essentially every thirteen week you create a new twelve week plan. No more twelve month plants times way too fast. And so you created twelve..
"brian moran" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"This is spring sky sox baseball on xtra sports thirteen hundred ladies takes over any butted up the first base line by opitz but it rolls foul and its own one to open sky sox five to nothing here the night brady's takes over for oklahoma city the final numbers on brian moran one and one third scoreless one hit had a walk at a strikeout surrendered the rbi single to kyle ren paradees sky sox frank to get one out of the four here by winning today and avoid being swept pitch outside of the left handed batting open small one opitz is over three we followed by gabriel noriega quinton berry brady's set delivers outside ball too brady's last pitched on saturday night one and one third scoreless hitless innings of that one and picked up the win and at four two one dodger victory.
"brian moran" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Laura lake is out of the third base dugout getting set to bat for the pitcher brian moran the sky sox turn a double play here the basketball is outside to it all the first base dugout fred dabney the pitching coach will make his way to the mound settle down mike zagorski sky sox are home on saturday against these dodgers to begin at achey hope stand lots going on as you can imagine as we sharon hope stan number three on the season already meeting breaks up fourth visit for the sky sox on the day dabney back to the first base dugout leader i by solano being held by choi and the pitch in their first strike two and one rob segued leave battled injuries in the last couple of years z third round pick of the yankees and twenty ten out of two lane the pitch is low and it's now three and one told you before he cerebral guy he got his double major in finance and management of three and a half years at two lane completed an mba at indiana university he just got that in february fouls back a fastball on the countess full three and two over to the dodgers and the trade for ronald therese january of two thousand sixteen deal is worked out pretty well for the yankees plate for fourteen italy in the world baseball classic last year three to pitch fell straight back on a fastball at ninety three i get in was eventually placed on the sixty day disabled list last year with a wrist injury underwent wrist surgery well rehabbing a toe injury the sustained earlier in the year which is low ball four so back to back walks hereby gerski putting two on with one out of five nothing game and garlics going to bat for moran.
"brian moran" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Brian moran's older brother actually his younger brother is colin miranda the pirates he is the nephew of former major leaguers bj and rick surhoff originally drafted by the mariners seventh round pick in two thousand nine out of north carolina rent with a little flare into left field that'll work it'll drop in for a basit berry racing around third on his way home to throw to the plate the slide the tag and is safe as the sky sox spring hall made another run and now lead at five to nothing most play at the plate but very slides in safely under the tag of rocky gale the sky sox cash the walk rent delivers off the southpaw ran as a throw by gail advances to second base the throw home so rent with his second rbi single of the day that's his thirteenth rbi of the year to outrun producing hit there the batteries tyler solid dino right handed hitter facing the lefty moran the delivery is high ball one the little chip shot by rent got the job done going the other way salad dino today is over three and the pitchy is low bowl too my nothing sky sox here other seven next pitches low ball three three and nothing ren coming in today against lefties hitting one sixty seven so that had a feel mighty good to get a hit off the lefthander brian moran and the pitch taken all the way for a strike three and one seventh hit for the sky sox today there versus back in the third inning.
"brian moran" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast
"Yeah beautiful so if you go to twelve week year dot com lord slash ramsey oh two options there one you can get a free video introduction course so i'll go into more detail on pack low more for you the other is you can get the book at a discounted price plus the videos plus some sample plans and some other goodies like that so more time hit the website twelve week your dot com one two week year dot com forward slash ramsey there it is brian thanks for being with us appreciate hanging out in our new studio big thanks brian moran again for being with us i know that that helped you speaking of helping you the entree leadership team as we have come to expect gives you a great resource every episode this episode we're going to give you the gold tracker this is an absolutely free is going to help you create unstoppable momentum now you just heard brian and i talk about how important it is to keep score so the goal tracker really is a scoreboard we know that goals need to be specific they need to have a time limit and you need to write them down this this goal tracker tool you're going to be able to put all your goals in the different categories whether that be career family financial social physical beyond once you got them categorized you can create an action plan and a target date to achieve the goal folks if you've got a dream you're going to get there by ccomplish goals those are the milestones along the way here's how you get the resource it's helped so many people on most popular resources you can text the phrase goals twenty eighteen that's goals no space goals two zero one eight that's goals two zero one eight he takes that two three three four three three four four four or you can get the link to this great resource in this episode show notes at entreleadership dot com while we're on the subject of free tools about our friends at infusion soft giving you the two thousand eighteen small business trends report listen we're not done with two thousand eighteen yet we've got.