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"bruni" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show
"Of that coming from the person who is the head of our government and supposedly the you know the highest ranking representative the American people, what is that due to a generation of children? What does that do to our already polluted corroded toxic discourse in this country I mean those are just some of the things I worry about I could go on before we go. Is there anything else you'd like to say to our listeners? Would like to save vote. This is this is a very challenging and in some senses scary period, you know think about voting a lot of people have reservations doing in person for good reason if you're one of those people get mail in ballot. Mayo. It early make sure your signature is as close to what you've done in the past and the other thing I wanna, say his is. Great political cliches is, are you better off than you were four years ago? Right? Trump is saying, don't ask that question because it would be a resounding. Yes. But for the corona virus, but the corona virus came along and the corona virus has taken a toll on this country that is disproportionate to every other country in the world and especially disproportionate when you look at other affluent, Western. Countries I would say to people look at that take stock of what's going on around you and just answer this question. Honestly would you be better off or worse off right now including the coronavirus if donald trump were or weren't president, and if you have the answer to that question, take that answer vote accordingly if people do that I am relatively confident Donald Trump will get another for. Thank you frank. Thank.
"bruni" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind
"But I think it will be a minor one and I think it will be a minor not because of her but because I'm firmly in the camp that believes more often than not the vice presidential nominee doesn't make a big difference to the outcome of election I mean when people look back at history, they have an easier time finding elections in which the vice presidential nominee seem to be a non factor than ones in which I think I think Palin depressed McCain's vote. Count beyond where it would have been but even there McCain would've lost even if chosen a different running remember just kind of like he wanted to choose Joe Lieberman, he wanted this kind of cross party unity ticket I. Don't think that would have changed the result of that election. The reason I think Carmello could make a minor difference is I do think lack turn out as crucial here black turnout did not happen for Hillary Clinton to the degree that it had for Barack Obama had it happened in a much bigger way? It could could've made a difference in some of these key states. And it's hard for me to believe that to some extent and I can't figure out what extent will be Kamala Harris is opportunity to make history here her presence on the ticket that has to be inspiring to some voters, and so I think she could make a minor positive difference for by but mine. So how do you think that debate will go between pens and Kamala Harris I think that debate is a much more dangerous one for pens than for her right I think kind of symbolically semiotics whatever in terms of the optics Mike Pence I mean he he works. He works among trump's less fervent supporters who aren't necessarily interested in embracing how diverse the world has become at are not kind of modern for lack of a better word in their orientation. Mike Pence just talks dresses appears sends off the energy of such a cultural throwback, right and Kamla obviously does the opposite. and. When I think about those prized suburban voters, we keep hearing about reducing reducing a much more complicated segment of the electorate too cliche. Is. Today two, thousand Comma Harris will be much more relatable figure to them in my pants. I also think she had some weaknesses as a candidate in the primaries when I saw her on the stump, she didn't know his move me. She didn't have often exude the warmth at one could get from other candidates but she did show she can be a very fierce debater and she shows and. She showed that in Senate committees every time she questioned someone I. Think it's GonNa be fascinating I'm going to predict if this is true this will drive president trump crazy art predict that vice presidential debate well, absolutely have better ratings than at least one if not two of the three presidential it's shouldn't Joe Biden Heb in more outspoken during this Republican convention when all these charges were being made the..
Inside the strange world of designing psychoactive drugs
"I'm Jordan Heath Rawlings and this is the big story. Joe Bruni is a writer at the Walrus. I promise he is not tripping right now Joan I Jordan. Why don't you start by telling me what is pace and just tell me about the drug? Never heard of it before well paces essentially just water and the substance called Mea I which is the active ingredient an emmy. I is It's a new drug. It was created in two thousand fifteen And it was marketed last year as an alcohol. Substitute and Binge. Drinking litigator so essentially. It's an effort to replace alcohol with the substance that at certain doses has similar Or was simply saying better effects. And how would that actually work in practice like by better effects you get drunker oddest drunk no hangover? What so. This is difficult for me to imagine. Because I actually haven't tried substance myself right by the time I started working on the story it It was illegal but from what I've heard from people who have tried it. It's a stronger drunk. And it's a feeling that you're more in control You're not slurring your speech as You're not getting like the spins. You're not falling over and that's at certain doses And then of course there are people who have exceeded those doses and at that point they report effects that are similar to things. Like ecstasy and Indiana okay. So you mentioned that it's illegal but At what point did it become illegal because it was for sale right right So it's a little tricky. It was technically never legal for sale right. The Way Canadian drug was work and struggles in a lot of the world's Are there essentially just lists of banned substances so until substance is on that list? It's not illegal to have or to us. But in order to sell a psychoactive substance you Bam you have to go through all sorts of licensing and applications to submit kind of a laundry list of studies to prove that it's safe and things like that for pace none of that took place so it was really never legal for sale. And now it's since been added to the list of controlled substances So now it's is definitely illegal. So how does the process for creating something like that work like? Where did MEA I come from? So there's a bit of a historical precedent for MEA. I it's in this family of drugs called Amino Indians. And they were first synthesized in the seventies as a potential treatment for Parkinson's disease and that didn't pan out and the pharmaceutical cook community sort of lost interest in them decades later Along comes Ezekiel Golan. Who's an Israeli chemist Sort of a career drug discoverer And he becomes interested in I mean Indians and an emmy a specifically For it's sort of pleasant effects. Okay so tell me about our career drug discover who is Zeki Golan? And what's he done so Golan he's trained as a mathematician actually his PhD in that he worked for a time. It's more accurate to say. Could he consulted for a number of major pharmaceutical companies? But then he kind of went his own way and for about two decades now. He's been creating new drugs. And sort of licensing the patents to the more or against the less scrupulous people who then synthesize and sell them on the black market. Soglo has been doing this for a while now. He only recently settled in. Canada was featured in a few BBC documentaries back in what was kind of his heyday in the EU He had a lab in Amsterdam. So he's sort of this infamous figure in the world of underground designer drugs. Okay so you're GonNa have to explain something to me Like I'm that kid who barely scrape by and science. How does a guy like that go about making a new designer drug? Like what do you do so there are these computer programs? It's called Kevin from addicts software. It's essentially like a three d blueprint of the molecular structure. That you have on your screen and that you can alter and make adjustments to and then you can analyze these new structures eve created. You can get some idea of what their effects might be. And then once he has a blueprint that he feels his promising he would export that and send it to a lab elsewhere where the actual chemists would synthesize it and sent him back samples. And what does he do with the samples so what? He Does the samples is he. He takes them he test them on himself. He's a little more responsible than I'm probably making it sound. But he does test everything on himself. He he'll start from a very small dose and he'll ramp it up carefully serve recording any effects. He experiences an of course stopping at the first sign of of anything miss. What is the process? Let's let's say you know He. He sends off this molecule and he gets back the substance and he starts trying it and he thinks lake with Ma. I that he's onto something if he's not doing it for like pharmaceutical corporations that create new medicines. What's the purpose behind doing this? He can't sell it. What's the process behind China? Make it legal or capitalize on it. Glenn is the theory Libertarian Mindset. When it comes to drugs he believes that you know free free adults consenting adults should be able to try what they want And so that's I think. Part of what motivates his crusade almost is. He he's excited by substances and the ones he enjoys and he just wants to
"bruni" Discussed on Here & Now
"To do out here. Lou is a river city right here. Along the Ohio River back in nineteen thirty seven we had the great flood of nineteen thirty seven inundated two thirds of the city. It was a huge deal. Here and DOC is a looming threat today threat that continues to get worse the worst climate change gets right now we have one of the largest flood protection systems in the country but it it was built in the forties and fifties much of it and it's outdated of just last year we had somebody die here in the city due to flash flooding and that's that's something that is going only going to get worse and you've got something particular to your region. The need to transition from cold and in your state people want to deliver deliver adjust transition as you've told us to economically depressed regions. That's a real tension for you. Yeah it is a huge deal. You know call tangentially really related to climate change in that is a big contributor to the greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. We've seen the decline of coal over the last few years much less because of renewables and more because of natural gas but that's something that we have to deal with here and we have a governor's race going on right now. That's there's going to be an election in November and earlier this year. During the primary particularly the Democratic primary this was a major issue you saw the three candidates each had their own plan for how to deal with the environment and and particularly create adjust economic transition for these communities that are depressed because of the declining coal revenues so and you've also told stories of people surviving floods in Thailand about the record breaking heat in Arizona you all I mean it's just wonderful what you've done but I'm GonNa. Ask You all about your your focus now. We've got some terrific tips from David Trag. He's a geology professor at Harvard was on former President Obama's Council of Advisors of science and technology and he's got some tips for covering the climate crisis and one of them is change. Your focus climate change is here. It's going to be with us for thousands of years. Don't focus because on stopping it focus on communicating the realities of it molly your thoughts on that well we already do that. You know wave comes to for example after bution science explaining exactly what it is due to climate change and what did other factors when you when you have a forest fire in California on you. There are a lot of factors that go into what makes a fire worse. Climate change is part of that. It's not the whole picture so we've been communicating a pretty nuanced picture of that Keedy Caridi for quite some time. It's funny you mentioned you know what causes forest fires. You have to be careful as reporters.
Australian court rejects Cardinal Pell's appeal of sex abuse conviction
"The Vatican is reacting to the latest twist in a sex abuse case involving one of its former top officials while reiterating its respect for the Australian judicial system can spokesperson Matthew Bruni read out the Vatican's reaction to Australian cardinal George Pell losing his appeal against his conviction for sexually assaulting two choir boys in the nineteen nineties one later went on to commit suicide with the other reported pal as an adult the holy see records of the cardinal has always maintained his innocence Bernie said about a can remains close with the victims of abuse and is committed to pursuing abusers within the church a claim survivors say there is little
"bruni" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Bruni camp ez air conditioning, a little fifteen year, but maybe some showers on the way today Craig Allen, just a slight chance of a shower pumping up this afternoon, it would be an isolated case when pe- anything like we went through yesterday or, or less night, and today's high will be about seventy seventy five right now. It is beautiful. It's about as fresh and clean in the sky is about as blue as it gets seventy seventy five for the afternoon. Tonight becoming mostly clear once again, fifty five to sixty near fifty inland and the weekend starts off pretty nice too, mainly sunny, and it gets even warmer, it will get back closer to normal tomorrow. With highs up around eighty degrees Sunday where taking a look at more humidity. More clouds. It's not a washed out day, but eighty to eighty five with a chance of a shower or thunderstorm on Sunday. The one five day forecast continued variably cloudy for both Monday and Tuesday. In other words, a lot of clouds, some breaks of sun. Warm humid weather, eighty to eighty five in both those days Monday. Tuesday, a shower thunderstorm, seems likely it at certain times during the day right now. The city is at fifty eight humidity eighty six percent of nice west, south westerly breeze. Today's high up around seventy five at seven twenty one. Four pack Friday with your chance to win right now. Four tickets to see the Mets battle the San Diego Padres on Tuesday, July twenty thirty eight eighth caller now. Eight seven seven nine eight seven WCBS neuro shell call. Eight seven seven nine eight seven WCBS every Friday, right through the whole summer every Friday, right here, you can win Mets tickets on WCBS on four pack Fridays and tickets are on sale right now at dot com slash tickets, w CBS news time seven twenty one is a homeless shelter in Manhattan known as billionaires row. The got the green light, but has not yet the city reports has because the state office of temporary and disability assistance is making sure the building a certified,.
George Clooney Elton, John Ellen Degeneres And George Clooney discussed on EJ
"George Clooney Elton, John Ellen Degeneres and others are calling for a boycott of luxury hotels owned by Bruni sovereign wealth fund over potential new anti-gay laws that would make homosexuality punishable by death by stoning brunette is moving forward with punishing people who commit adultery or act out on same sex acts through whipping or stoning including George Clooney have stepped
"bruni" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"And he's Eric Harley. I'm Gary McNamara. Eight six six ninety redeye just was listening to some audio from the Thirty-seven-year-old mayor of south bend, Indiana beat the judge and just he's he was on with Stephanopoulos, and I just want to play the short audio cut. I mean, it's he's easy to tear apart anything, but they were talking about socialism. And the fact that when he was in in in high school, he wrote a an essay complementing Bernie Sanders and his socialism and they're talking about socialism, socialism, socialism. So he starts getting into some of the labels out there. And here we go. But that that trick has been tried so many times that I think it's losing all meaning I mean, it's going to work the Affordable Care Act was a conservative idea. The Democrats borrowed and that's wrong. A conservative think tank. Brought it up doesn't make it conservative. Right. It was not a free market solution. No. So does it if a conservative brings it up doesn't make it a conservative idea. It makes it a more socialist idea brought up by somebody who calls themselves conservative. Right. That's when I remember when it came out. I was doing talk radio when it first came out. And that was floated I forgot which conservative think tank did it, and I said that's not a conservative idea because you have to separate this is why we believe it's so important to separate the people from the idea. Yes, exactly. Because and I think there's been a greater example of that in the last couple of years. Gosh, everything from. Well, people calling themselves conservative, and then now espousing different ideas. And we got that anecdotally. But, but it was a number of callers who said the same thing while I'm a staunch conservative, but I have to look at the single payer thing. And then they go on and and they would cite some experience in their life. Right. Then you have the I don't know the whole. You know, nationalism. And and and everything else where the definitions started to change people can call themselves, whatever they want when you get down to what the ideas are fundamental values. If you can still even have. A a list of conservative ideas because the point being is that so many people will challenge that day in day out. But there really are. A number of conservative ideas and principles just as there are with liberal ideas and principles. There are plenty of people that want to call themselves conservative claim that they're conservative. It doesn't matter. If they do that, the people come and go, the ideas are true. By the way. But a judge who is running for president United States the article that that. That came out the New York Times. I don't know if you saw it. Frank Bruni column mayor Pete is plenty gay. Because there's this whole thing because there's this question that well, he doesn't and there've been articles written over the last couple of days, which are hilarious because it's all coming from the left don't say that he's normal for a gay person. Right. Well, I mean now I will I will say this though, when when he starts because he was attacking the president in question the president's religion when you're four late term when you're for abortion late-term abortion. And you don't criticize your own party uninfected really as we've talked about this week a couple of times, you might not want to mention God. Yeah. Don't bring the bible into. Yeah. But how about you know, he he did that? But I just I it's he is he's being portrayed as this guy is the intellect not and the the funniest thing about the interview that he did yesterday with George Stephanopoulos. You're saying we need to run we need to run the country like well run cities because he's being criticized because you know, he's a mayor of a small medium sized city south, so it's like medium sized city. So we so we need to run the government like it. Now, we need to do this and have Medicare for all and spend money on this and do this. Well. Cities can't go into debt. So that just blows that right out of the water right there. Everything that you're proposing would increase the debt, by the way, and he believes in the green new deal would absolutely cripple the debt in this country. So don't come out and say, we need to run the government light we need to run the federal government like a small run city. No because you can't go into debt. You can't go into the depth of the kind of the federal government does. So stop stops trying to portray this. I am going to have so much fun over the next year. Because there are so many candidates to pick apart. Yeah. And again, they all have to set themselves apart. You know, they're going to have to at some point. They're going to have to start one upping each other on on the promises. On the freebies. Well, not the promises, but how they how they tried to position themselves like as well. You know, he's this guy's really he's a he's a veteran. And and the Democrats brought he's a veteran. He's gay. And he is the intellectual side right now. He is the intellect of of of the candidates that are in there right now, I was reading that the other day, and I went. What? I'm just going to try to position myself to portray something that's false to begin with. Oh, we need to run it like small we need to run government. Big government like small cities. Do they can't go into debt that shoots a hole in your whole argument? Now, you've got nothing go from that point on. All right. I'm a socialist like everybody else. Yeah. Welcome to the club. Because that's what it gets down to their offering. They're trying to position themselves. And that's why said I'm having so much fun here because it is I maybe it's unfair because a lot of candidates will position themselves. But really after AL in my mind, it's like everybody has these childish arguments or childish debating points that are junior high. Again, my apology my apologies for junior high arguments. But that's what it seems like to me is when he said that you know, and there's Stephanopoulos. Oh, yes. Run it like a small city just blew his whole argument. He's for the green new deal. He's for taxing the daylights out of people that you could never get away with a local level now. No. And so I'm I'm done. Well, I can't be done on for a while longer. I mean, I'm done with that rant. Yeah. It was it was interesting to watch the debates. The competition on stage. I just love that New York Times article, look, he he is gay. He's plenty gay. He's letting out there. He look he's legitimately gay. Don't say he's not legitimately gay. That's the talking as if a gay I've seen that guy's gay trust. Guys understand how you sound. And by the way, this is argument for all the Democrats. This is not this does not include the Republicans. This is the the the fury that's going on. How dare you say? He's not plenty gay. Plenty gay. Right here. It's an app on my phone. Right there. See that needle of the right? This is so much fun. If you'd like to join the fun eight six six nine. Div redeye Tim Ryan. To bring jobs back from China. Sounding all Trump like. The others guys. Really trust me, really really really gay. Do you understand how you sound? They don't. It is. It's it's honestly fuels the fire. I don't know. How it it? The fire is is not. Drawn down by the lack of clocks in in the room. You know, what I mean is that I don't know how it's not burning itself out. And it's not it's like it's spreading to another room and starts all over. Again. I I will say this it because this is what I think is fascinating about our society. As we the public demand. More integrity and honesty from our politicians. They ramp up the B S two levels. And and be as strategies that stretch the mind. That's the only way I can play. And that's just said this petition up each other on every level. First of all they're going to have to one up each other on all the promises. Wait for it. I mean right now, they're kind of doing that. But wait until they're on a stage with each other. Then then they've got us then they've got to prove that they're more liberal. Then they've got to prove in order to prove that they're more liberal. They've got to do. Well, what we were just talking about. Oh, no, plenty gate. Identity politics and trust me, plenty gay. It's just as far as it gets. And then of course, the ultimate I hate Trump more. I'm I was victimized by Trump more I stayed in bed longer and cried in the fetal position for more days than you did. Okay. Which of you democratic candidates had the most therapy after Trump was elected. No, no, no. Then the answer will be not me. I didn't get any because I couldn't get myself out of bed to get to the therapists. It was that bad. It is. No, no, my healthcare didn't cover that. No. I couldn't get up to Google. I couldn't I couldn't muster the strength to use my thumbs to Google if my healthcare. Coverage covered it. Oh, wait a minute. I don't have healthcare. Oh, and I also need thousand dollars a month. When I'm afraid of. Is the fact that you know, the night that they have the first debate that will start playing audio and nobody will want to hear us because the it'll be so entertaining. Yeah. We'll be thinking about the first debate. And I don't know how they're going to do it. I mean there how many will be on one stage, but it will be zoo, by the way, swallow running on gun control. Are you? Are you phrase? I forgot about small. Sorry. I forgot one today. Are you crazy? That's your issue. Gun control. We're aiming for a full twenty percent of the vote. I mean, the point being is that if you look at the polls. What have you seen even in the weeks after in the wake of a mass shooting? You still had strong support for gun ownership rights in this country. Not that everybody was. A gun owner, but the recognition and support of the rights has actually grown. That's the whole point. Swallow. Well, well, why don't you just announce that you're announcing so you can quit? I'm announcing that I'll be quitting. I an exiting race. I don't make too many predictions. I feel safe in this one. He will not be the democrat nominee for president of the United States on Castro at a bar somewhere few months from now going well. Okay. Well, well, at least we at least we said something. Open borders and gun control. Loser. And loser. Eight six six ninety.
"bruni" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"I say, listen, sometimes my uncle Steve a real Bouche hound worked in Stroh's brewery in Detroit, only drank stroz. Yup. Worked at the Chafer Bruni in Williamsburg, only drank Chafer. Yeah. People are lawyers Rheingold only drank Rangel. Why because it was free. But also people are loyal. Didn't have the bag always free beer. But once you also get used to a taste. I think our last caller is right Curtis. Because once you get used to a taste is like like for me because I don't drink beer lot. When I tasted. It's like, let's go to Rudy us calling from jersey welcomed the Kurdish and Rita Cosby and Brian mongoloid Lucian WABC Rudy. Hi, guys. Hey, I just wanted to tell you about the time, and I was living in Germany with the arming, and they had a really really very fierce there. And I remember I used to drink it, and I have friends over the house, and I said, okay, guys when you're done. Freaking out of the frigerator coal put the everyone's back in Iraq. And then eventually you run out of call once I and they said we're at a call. They said, well, you're going to get the best fries you'll ever get drink a warm one. And it was absolutely fantastic warm. I'm not a big warm beer drinker. Was this was this a bit burger was a rat. Burger what kind of beer we're talking about Germany was like a hot till? I can't remember exactly the the local for down the street. Probably a one of those beer hall putsch, you know, for the Nazi party there. By the way, by the way. I did get in trouble a confession. I did. Cops did come when the keg went in the backyard of my house when I was a teenager anyway, one eight hundred eight four eight WABC. When.
"bruni" Discussed on Who Charted
"It's time for episode, three hundred ninety. Nine of who charted the show work comedians discussed the top five songs movies of the week. It is the beginning of August. He's your co host Steven Brody Stevens, and I'm your h. Michael, Cray. How word Kramer? Yes. Hey, Bruni. I didn't realize I was going to be the guest host. Well, we've given you light co hosting duties, but officially, yeah, you're the, you're co-piloting this thing I, you know what? Thank you for trusting me and I will follow your lead and it's always fun to come here to the compound and do some do some shows. Yes. Well, we had young, the charts, the fans love it. So you're back by popular demand. I I like coming to this neighborhood. It's easy to get here the traffic on the freeway. You would think it takes ten minutes to come from where I am to hear a really takes me longer, and I live closer or you walk. Thing, though. Hover board, you take a bird. I bird scooter over, hey, why don't we bring in our guests trying to hit all the checkpoints this week. Last week was a challenge. Lazing Jovan, you know him from all his stuff he's played. Many shows squat melt being one of them. He's our only electrical performer ever at squad mount. He's a comedian. It's Doug how. Yeah, hi. Yeah, it's great to be here. Finally, in the hot seat is great to have you here. You know. So many of your projects have charted for music to TV to movies and more. I doubt it, but thank you. I have one of your CD's the yellow on what was that one that didn't hit any charts, but that was my first CD. Call pounded dark eight. Well, let's promoted here. Pick up pounded. Is that on? I tunes that you'll find that in the bargain bins and Sam. Ash. Nice. They sell CDs, but like I see you and you remind me of this, your Sam s joke, and then that just popped to mind, what did I do? Joke? You can't even get it at where they have CDs. You gotta go to Sam ash where they don't have CDs, right? And then they don't even want that. What is it? You or the house house drummer at Sam. Ash. I, I have a couple on the house drummer at the good tar center, right? He's think drummer guitar. And then I said, my, my uncle loved music. He was cremated at Sam. Ash, that's one that's got to come back in the rotation. I know remind me do it right after you do the tar center. One. Kale type. Wow. You brought your pad? Yeah, brought my mind drum pad, Rhody. Let's make third joke something about Sweetwater. Sweetwater guys? Yeah, yeah, Sweetwater missions website. It's where you order equipment, Sweetwater. Oh, see, that's. That's a little. If I'm a little inside baseball. I think you'd like that. It's a little too inside for me. I thought Sweetwater was at ban that was in almost famous though was the something like that, something like that, but I love why don't we write it? I mean, we got a, we have some one liner generators right here. We've done songs. You did a song. You have a current song, the Gemini snake song. Snake, I sampled you in that there you go..
Man framed by corrupt cops released after decade in prison
"The top stories on newsradio bbb 'em police say a murdersuicide suburban parking lots started as a stalking as chicago med walks free after years behind bars for a crime he says he didn't commit police get to diamond thief at an international airport weeks after they say he hits chicago's jewelers row and the white house defends president trump's call for faster deportations of people caught entering the country illegally but the market wash today one to forget dow dropping three hundred twenty eight points twenty four thousand two fifty two of the close nasdaq down two hundred sixty one snp down about thirty eight at your forecast tonight's could evolve some rain after around late tonight i should say sixty five degrees today tomorrow chance for showers and thunderstorms a high near eighty the lakefront sixty seven degrees and the news continues at six thirty one police say a man who killed a woman and then shot himself to death at orland park was obsessed with the victim wbz games bruni to foyer reporter lynn park police chief tim mccarthy says forty three year old victim rene is a door had ended a long term relationship a few weeks ago with fifty nine year old stephen sheriff of willow springs but the sheer it could not accept that there were still communications going on between this person and other members that he was able to followers scheduled to a certain extent it wasn't the first time that he had shown up where she was at but they say sheriff had learned is it or would be out to dinner with her parents last night and showed up outside the pf changs where he shot and killed his door and then himself her parents had already left the chief says is door was married and lived in the mt greenwood neighborhood in the city bernie to fully newsradio on one zero five point nine fm appreciated mate who alleged corrupt chicago police unit frame him was released from state bill prison this after mcdaniels has fifty he spent the last ten years in prison on a gun charge that he said was made up by officers under the command of disgrace chicago police sergeant ronald watts mcdaniel said the gun was planted on him by officers because he didn't pay them off mcdaniel sister leshan says the past decade has been an ordeal it's been very emotional just endure this he has a father that pass during this incarceration his mother is ill hassan is so he's been through a lot is attorney says they will review all legal options include filing a lawsuit mcdaniels is one of more than twenty who have seen their convictions overturned in cases tied to watch or officers under his command at the criminal courts building at twenty in california rob heart newsradio on one zero five point nine fm volusia florida man has been arrested for a diamond heist jewelers row in the loop earlier this month the diamond theft was almost three weeks ago june sixth on madison street in the loop chicago police say 67yearold tamaz hoople managed to conceal and remove to diamonds worth one hundred seventy thousand dollars officers say they had help from homeland security and customs and border protection and miami dade police and track down who who is from sunny isles beach florida just north of miami who bowl was arrested over the weekend at the miami airport is he was trying to get on a plane for france he's expected to be extradited tila annoy according to documents whoville already has an arrest record here steve miller newsradio on one zero five point nine fm wbz news time six thirty four bs news update some of president trump's recent tweets have raised concerns that he will ignore the constitution to remove illegal immigrants from the country without allowing them to go before a judge spokeswoman sarah sanders insists that's nothing new zealand's of illegal aliens are removed every month without seeing an immigration judge as a result of procedures in current law including voluntary removal and expedited removal house gop leaders are still planning to bring an immigration reform bill up for a vote this week but cbs's nancy cortez says its future is in doubt they're still committed to holding a vote on that bill some sometime this week they say but it really doesn't look good and it certainly isn't helped by the fact that the president himself told republicans they might as well throw in the towel and not try to.
"bruni" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Spring of of twenty sixteen the obama administration and they're not sure who was at these national security council meetings but normally the very high up people were were being briefed on carter page you know by by komi not sure the context of it right now but then they talk about another meeting that he had with loretta lynch on that which means all the parties knew a lot earlier what was actually going on so as these stories continue to break down as the american public here's that you know there was a spy in the trump campaign the reason that democrats but frank bruni or whatever from the times are panicking is not because people are just sick of the russian collusion and we just want to move to something else it's said everything that they defended over the last well really since you and i came in on january third and it was or january second of of twenty seventeen in it was sudden we said where did this come from the narrative that trump now colluded with the russians to hacked the election which then change which then changed over to change the outcome of the of the election evolved into that that the narratives because completely different now because there is no evidence or never been even a new allegation on trump after all these months and by the democrat definition of collusion we now know that it was the democrats that colluded with the russians in order to change the outcome of the election and then you look at everything else that surrounds it that could be illegal activity and it's all in the direction of of the democrat in the obama democratic administration and that's not that's not good and so you see you know some of the primaries going on you see that the moderates are saying geez we this seem brings a moderate i'm saying but the the moderates and the democrat party where do we go there we we have nothing we don't have an economic we don't have an economic plan you know we you got schumer up there saying well we need to change direction and we need to go after trump that's not a change in direction as you.
"bruni" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"At ten this story is one that i've heard talked about it starting to gain a little traction it's the it's the question of whether or not the muller investigation is shielding the president from harsher criticism nah i'll i'll say this is the beginning i think they're the networks are pretty tough on the president to the point where there in some cases cheering for him to fail or to or for bad things happen but there's a there's a recent opinion piece in the new york times written by columnist frank bruni that called into question the muller investigation into the russian collusion question of obstruction of justice and whether or not that's helping the president i'll read a little bit from it and then i'll give you my take on it without mother and russia scott pruitt would be closer to center stage with an even brighter harsher spotlight on him the liberal comment communists continued then exactly evading scrutiny but he's being spared the relentless top of the screen started the newscast treatment that he would likely endure if lawmakers journalists and other watchdogs weren't so mesmerized by the convoluted twists mother versus trump and britney also expresses concern the muller invested bessie you might not find evidence of collusion between trump and russia trump knows that sets the bar at at evidence of him and putin huddled over a hillary clinton voodoo doll he just might clear columnist wrote and he knows it for americans are fixed fixated on collusion they are concentrating on much else that's good for him and terrible for the country i don't think there's any way you can look at media coverage of this president who has his wards freely admit that and say that he's being spared the sabre are spared the the harshest of criticism or opinion i sample a lot of these programs i see what they say i watched hours of this stuff he's being dissect it.
"bruni" Discussed on Katie Couric
"At a at a very very great risk on the other hand at a time when journalism is being so kind of trashed by the president the first amendment kind of questioned by the administration fake news the moniker just you think the noble uh ca is the answer to that no not necessarily on this wet but i guess the rest of my question was were statement was at a time when these are being so challenged is it a time for solidarity and for members of the press to say hey we believe in a search for truth and we think that we're a really important part of a democracy i don't know i guess i mean i've just i'm just giving the opposite point of view but i but i don't think that point of view is anything to do with the actual fact in details mechanics of the white house correspondent association dinner i mean that dinner brings together right there on the days the very people who are trashing us you know sarah huckabee sanders kellyanne conway so how does that dinner represent a solidarity act in defensive or utility to are essential role in democracy that dinner is something is is is a bit of frippery entirely to the side of that let's talk about this now penchant for evaluating past works through a modern day lens or sensibility most recently molly ringwald wrote in the new yorker a piece about sixteen candles and other john hughes movies i guess the breakfast club well the burden pain breakfast and sort of talked about some of the themes and some of the characters and some of the dialogue in those films and you know she in retrospect thinks they were offensive what say you frank bruni i think everything that she pointed out in those films was offensive and that was interesting and she's right to look back and say that those weren't necessarily constructive rygiel situations but i found myself a little heart sick of the selectiveness.
"bruni" Discussed on Katie Couric
"And smash boom best at brains on dot org or wherever you listen to podcasts and now back to our conversation with frank bruni frank i want to ask you about another definition of political correctness which is the one that president trump uses and in my view he basically applies the term as a cover for racially charged if not racist views that it's okay to say anything if you can dismiss criticism or controversy around it as mere political correctness and i'm curious what you think about that it's one of the reasons why i think we have to retire the term you know because i think it has been co opted misuse i think we all know president trump in that regard is being hideously cynical and opportunistic and he's just it's just we know the answer to that he believes that if you simply kind of say that person's being victimized by the sanitize type of conversation we're all supposed to have that then all of these sorts of sentiments in any sorts of remarks off in the same basket and that's not the case that's not the case at all we have actually clip of a president trump or then candidate trumps speaking on on face the nation in december of two thousand fifteen let's take a listen to that if we could so everybody wants to be politically correct and that's part of the problem that we have with our country have people been too politically correct with muslims in america i think so i think so and with maybe other things too but i think certainly so as you know i came out with one vigilance i want real vigilance and whether it's mosques or whatever it has to be.
"bruni" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Some part of the world or part of time that had not yet occurred and i realized in my late twenties and early thirties that i i wanted to belong somewhere i wanted a story to call my own i wanted to know who my people were and i i think like a lot of americans thought that i could find those people in the past i could find this mythic tribe of elders who would ground me in a story that was irrefutable undeniable that was unique in my own and it would satisfy all my cravings and you know you write about how you wanted to kind of be on a team and university you couldn't decide whether to join the south asian student association or if joining would actually reinforce the marginalization that it aimed to combat you describe that dilemma for such bruni in handwriting chinois chebbi and we re read it like things fall apart like three times and i was very aware of an invested in minority voices and the minority narrative i think probably i was a little bit ahead of the curve on that and my early education was when i got to brown i was aware of the idea that people needed to place themselves in communities and that there was in that and that the south asian students association was one way of being strong in numbers and declaring proudly these are our voices but at the same time i worried that joining a specifically sort of cultural racial group would marginalize us and wooden our voices better be used fully integrated into the student body at large i mean it was it was a classic kind of you know liberal arts conundrum power with people who are like you or do you have the most power speaking loudly among people who are different than you so did you join the group i joined but i never went to any of the meetings whatever from is or or maybe the worst vo the world's but that's what i did to be clear.
"bruni" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"Yes two come on there it is that's highway to hell from eighth edc so you tell you that and you turn it into this too much england than playing in a rock band hey mom it may i'm on the way to the crown landslide the new way that's my gives carla bruni covering a cdc's highway 2 i loved where you say hey satan at the fatty part is that in our version of course you can hear the lyrics more and that's when you realize the lyrics us such a good fun i mean he says hey say ten pay may doosan and playing in rocking ben and then he says hey momma look at me i'm on my way to the promised land which promised lynnwood be health i mean is so funny you know make my son who is sixteen years old is a is a metal fan a real one and he was so he was so surprised in sort of disappointed by may version of either save it doesn't sound like he cdc at all mummy said this sounds like jazz it to him jazz is something coming from the dinosaurs time zina i wouldn't have another example here this is a rolling stone song p there some of them by this late pain bloom misses him day hanging out from the late paying alone i won't case him that is miss you richly recorded by the rolling stones making seventy eight 'naveran rerecorded thereby carla bruni my guest is joining us live from paris that's really works there hey though stripping that bag relieved alleyoop of mean we'd made it to you know used to be a disco in our that record that album from the stones who has accorded has he said executives 1978 and it was sort of a disco album there was a beat sort of a disc could beat old away especially behind miss you and emotional rescue and some of all this you know maybe this year's songs were sort of discount you can see charlie watts on drum getting really board you know he know the videos have about playing the disco beat reaches you now sort of byner and and we made it only find it with maggie todd player and david tossed her we find it we made it latine that was the fun party now because now is not a discount any more.
"bruni" Discussed on 710 WOR
"And the us such a good precedent but it was also relieved when we left to in a kind of your were enough everybody gets a new album is it's called french touch carla bruni sarkozy's a wonderful musician and and singer now if you listen to all the big american uh hits they also great but this something about the french means that the italian me so much more elegant so much so much nicer what is this what is it about this french music i can't coming from the line great uh you know because french is not very good thing but he's very good ride of you i mean over his poetry coming from from obesity try to come coming from from sean booed uh and ought to humble of course you in america and anger and you'll have the most incredible amount totally communes well you up beautiful call it you're until the french language that has um there he obviously was may just right you know any brings back now because we bring back you know souvenir under there's something very romantic about about latino that much is i'm an economy run on fire and she now though they do not out of much we them of english uh english poverty the idea behind rich paul you know down four well you know is a lot of rhythm french and italian they have a letter cia your voice your sound so incredible have you could just read the instructions on an aspirin bottle and it sounds romantic so uh well i guess when became a singer i was a very doubtful because they thought he was of course you're never gonna be my carla but there's something very charming about intend to see you know and you can bring that to be true bling so that's how i allow myself to become a singer even though i'm not i don't have a powerful voice in that i thought um i can bring something into name with my voice i know that really works for me bring crosby started that he was the first one and he was the biggest thing in the world and stay very intimate or even ed sheeran today i beaching tried to voice speaking on the.
"bruni" Discussed on 710 WOR
"With this week's rock almanac what's the good word rockers in rollers it's me bald freak rodney here to take you on a trip back in time to this weekend rocket role history starting in nineteen sixty nine when the beatles make their last ever public appearances a group performing on the roof of apple studios in london the performance film for the let it be movie is stopped by police duty noise violations in 1974 keep emerson injures his hands when a rick piano prematurely explodes during the concert in san francisco in nineteen 76 genesis releases a trick of the tail their first album to feature drummer phil collins has the full time vocalist following the departure of peter gabriel and this week in 1990 the black rose release their debut album shake your money maker a staple on rock radio with favorites like jealous again twice as hard and he talks the angels the there's or look back at this week's rock almanac mark simone on the voice of new york 710 wor well with us right now here's one of the most interesting women in the world to life what a career successful singer of when the top models in the world the first lady of france and got a new album out the french touch it's her fifth album its excellent carla bruni sarkozy how are you great mark hambley is very good not to all the people listening tell us how to be more like you've you've had an incredible i feel like when the biggest models on earth you become one of the biggest singers in europe and then the first lady of france has somebody do all these different things in one life well i'll get a little bit of blocking all 100.
"bruni" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"From the daily northwestern great talent this kid i'm telling you sports riding is a lot of fun that if i had to do it all over again i might have just gone was sports vied known that the world was going to go completely insane we'll younglooking guy park probably because years yamaha sophomore while yellow pete told me he's a sophomore and i thought he was going to say it evanston township yeah i you start notice that you still young guy and i love when people tell me i'm young it watch because they're just shade you can't see the white patch in my beard yeah but but it's very nice intimate biscuit really is but very good very talented and very thorough he's thorough missile abou state okay carla bruni also former first lady of rent no carla bruni from the wrecking ball darn it well she justice prettier will tell you then we're going to talk about it because minute philosophical mood 22 savage truths about life this side of the grave so plenty of fun stuff today no more sad stuff oh my goodness well maybe a will maybe one more did you know i had no idea mike mitch all ski yes but apparently there are bison in europe did you not even know that was a thing i can't say i did now i thought that was about his merican as it can get you out by oregon trail be being it yeah you have that theory is your affording the river well the first bison seen in germany and two hundred and fifty years was deemed a threat by local sheriff shot down by honors open and you that story yesterday as the most german thing i've ever heard well coincidentally we add germanstyle beers coming in here just a minute apparently by sinn rule in poland and actually i guess technically the polish government rules but there are a lot of bison the hellhole and ball and is a fun gunshot who knows him on a net loss looking forward to failed plenty of fun stuff today also will you please this weekend listen to my buddy rich easy right here on fifteen ninety w c jio as we'll be talking about the studebaker museums if ig bear studebaker is not an at museum then that's no studebaker museum at all we'll see french in france dovetail brewery walk in.