18 Burst results for "Bukowski"
"bukowski" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"Early. It's a very different person. Now, Kate has dropped a lot of her old party loving crowd. She used to hang out with Rita Ora. Mick Jones of the clash and now she hangs out with like sober people like DJ fat Tony. I'm not really familiar with him, but I read about that. By the way, Chris Rock is now on the Rita Ora train. Yes. Word is he's now banging Rita Ora. Reed is like a blue blazer in your closet. She goes with anything. Read is always ready. Her name was even mentioned in the Harvey Weinstein saga. I get it. She's supposed to be a lot of fun. Decent looking chick has enough of her own money. So she's not on the tape, so to speak. But her dating history is crazy. Rita Ora was with Robert Kardashian and to that I say why? What the fuck does Rob Kardashian bring to the table? He's the pressed fat hermit who sells socks with 5 sisters who are all multi millionaires. I think it was just Rita wanting to get close to the Kardashian clan of closer to the Kardashian clan, hoping maybe she could glom something off of them. You wanna get weirder? Rita Ora even dated Travis Barker who's now with Kourtney Kardashian. Rita Ora dated Andrew Garfield before during an after he dated Emma Stone between 2011 and 2015. And she dated Taylor Swift's ex Calvin Harris, who looks like a schmuck in every picture, by the way, he dated Ellie golden. I'll stop there because I go down a rabbit hole of who dated who and so the pollination, the cross dating pollination. It's all incestuous at this level of Hollywood. But whenever I speak of Kate moss, I always remember one trip I took to south beach back in the day. It's weird. I'm generally not good on my own. I love having the right company with me, but for some reason back in 95, I want to say or so. I used to leave New York City for south beach and just go there alone. State after two, three days. Get a little hotel room on ocean drive, which was right across the street from the beach and the beautiful ocean. Ocean drive back then was very beautiful and quaint. Believe it or not, in the early 90s, not a lot of people were coming to Miami yet. Not yet. Now it's just busted out. But it was so plain and beautiful. You felt like you found the place no one had found before, even though there were hundreds of people around you. There was still so many pockets of old Jewish people who left New York and New Jersey and retired to Florida. So you felt like holy shit, no one knows what down here and the nightclubs thought it happening and great restaurants thought it happening and it became bedlam. Back then we used to go out to dinner at night and bring our sunglasses because we knew we were going to stay out until the sun came up. It was insane. So I think back then I got a room at the cavalier hotel, like a lot of hotels on the beach in Miami, very quaint, small, smell great, nice flowers in the lobby. Lobbies were really tiny. Suntan, I smell like sunshine lotion flowers, rum, cigarette smoke, those places were the first places to have infused water in the lobby, like water with lemon and strawberries and lime in the bottle. No one was doing that back then. Now every big hotel doesn't in the lobby, but back in the early 90s, south beach was leading the charge. It smelled like promise and anticipation. And I'd go to south beach and I'd bring a couple of books. In fact, then I was reading Charles Bukowski like crazy. I found bukowski. I've talked about this before. How certain music or books creep up on you and without realizing it, they suddenly win you over. And it was like that would be kowalski and me. One day I read one of his books called Hollywood, and I was just hooked on this guy. Plus, I love the depressing movie bukowski with barfly, I'm sorry. The movie barfly with Mickey Rourke and Faye Dunaway, Mickey plays makowski, has a big bar if that was French to loan. Great stuff. And you know, Frank Stallone put up an Instagram story the other day about people making fun of his acting career and making fun of his career in general. He's got to stop doing that. Frank is a good great guy and a good actor and a great musician his own. He doesn't need to talk about the people who find them to be a fraud. He ain't no fraud. Frank was famous before sly was. Frank said the terrific musician I've seen him in person a couple of times. He's fantastic on stage. He should be in Vegas. But he didn't do that. He made a lot of movies, not on his brother's coattails. Anyway, Frank's great. There's also that documentary, I think it's on Amazon calls Stallone, Frank, that is. Frank Stallone documentary, it really gives you a good peek into what his life was like growing up with sly and how they both went the same way, but different ways. It's a really fun thing to see in other people who are much more qualified than I am. We'll tell you just how great Frank is at acting and music. But either way, great scene, great bar fight scene in barfly. It's a very sad movie, but sometimes filming ugly things can be beautiful, you know? So I started to rip through the calcium's books and articles and anything you ever wrote. And of course, I had an attraction to alcohol and knowing that a writing hero of my booze fuel, that meant I had tried the same thing. We've all been down that road. I mean, a lot of artistic types think. Maybe I gotta be high. Maybe I should be drunk. Really, your best stuff is done straight and sober, but you know, you experiment with your young. He's got some lines, bukowski. In his books, that remains so simple, yet so strong and deep. I'm gonna give you a few. These are bukowski's lines. And you have to imagine his voice very gravely and deep from smoke and alcohol abuse. But here are some of his lines that knock me out. The problem with the world is that the intelligent people are full of doubts. Some people never go crazy. Find what you love and let it kill you. You've got to die a few times before you actually live. Some men never die in some men never live are all live tonight. He wrote something beautiful called you get so alone sometimes that it just makes sense. I love that title. Some of it goes like this. Just go show a tortured he was. He wrote, van Gogh,
"bukowski" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Now the latest news from New York City and around the world, here's Michael Barr. Tom Lisa John January 6th committee co chair Liz Cheney says the secret agents involved in the reported incident with Donald Trump will testify before Congress. Bloomberg's Ed Baxter reports. Cheney says she wants them under oath. The committee has spoken to both mister ornato and mister engel, and we welcome additional testimony. And says the committee will also tell witness intimidation by The White House. The way that I would put it is that it gives us a real insight into how people around the former president. Our operating. And that they can influence the testimony of witnesses before the committee. She says it will draw a clear picture. In San Francisco, I met Baxter Bloomberg radio. The head of the TSA expects a busy 4th of July holiday weekend, administrator David bukowski says his agency is staffed for the holiday with 1000 workers on standby if needed at airports. We had less Sunday the highest number of passengers since the pandemic. So I expect that we're going to see something similar ballpark to last weekend. The TSA is David puki, also told ABC expect Sunday to be the busiest travel day. WNBA star Brittany griner is set to go on trial today in a Moscow area court. Griner was arrested on cannabis possession charges at an airport while traveling to play for a Russian team. She could face up to ten years in prison if convicted. Fewer than 1% of defendants in Russian criminal cases are acquitted and unlike in the U.S. acquittals can be overturned. Live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios, this as global news 24 hours a day on air and all Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and
"bukowski" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"They crawled out from under their rocks where they had been sort of forced to go under to slither back under and now they're out in the open. Yeah. Yeah, it's so bizarre. God, you know, you know what, I'm gonna find a silver lining here, maybe that's what we should all be trying to do in 2022 without being pollyannish or not being truthful and we're not gonna cover up the bad stuff. But I do think, I guess we use the term woke, which is now has a, I guess, a joke, you know, it's not the best connotation, because people on the right have made so much fun. But the people who I think particularly on issues of race, when you look at the people, the black leaders in our country and the strong black voices who have been at this for a long, long time, and now partially because of video phone video, we now see a lot of the police brutality that we wouldn't have seen before. So it's taken while some of us maybe didn't we just didn't notice it before. It wasn't front and center. We weren't living it, so it's taken it from the peripheral and put it in front of us now. And we're seeing it. And so there's a lot of because of this because of strong black voices who know how to use the know how to use the communication mediums available to us now, the Internet. And social media and everything. This is a time when they've been particularly effective in terms of educating and raising awareness to the rest of the country. The non black part of the country to have a lot of white allies that before were ambivalent to the issue. And then I also would have to commend them for their patients because sometimes the white allies, we could be really awkward in our phrasing and get it wrong and just aren't good at this. And so it's important that we listen and learn from some of our strong black voices out there so that because eventually to be an ally, you do have to speak out. You do have to be vocal. And I think it's incumbent upon us to work very hard to get it right. But I would have to commend our black leaders for being very patient with us. Because sometimes we're just really cringey when we talk about it even if we mean well. And they know this. And so that's why we have to be mindful of learning and listening so that in order to be effective allies were not so cringey. Does that make sense? Yes, but I do. I don't know if I've ever asked this. I probably have, but it's been a while. You were once Republican. I've had, I've had a lot, you know, I just had, I don't know if you know, I stutter. Ron Phillip bukowski, you know him? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. He also Republican. You know, army major odita also he was Republican..
States in the West Face Water Cuts
"Residents in arizona. Nevada and across the border in mexico will have to cut their water consumption starting next year this the day after the extraordinary announcement by the us government of a first ever water shortage on the colorado river. Here's npr's kirk siegler. Some forty million people and countless farms rely on the colorado river and its tributaries. The shortage comes amidst a mega drought on the river basin. That's so far. Lasted twenty two years and as desert cities like las vegas and phoenix. Continue to grow at among the fastest rates in the us the entire reservoir system including lake mead with it's alarming white bathtub brings behind the hoover dam is now it just forty percent of capacity. Here's the department of interior secretary for water. Tanya trujillo we are seeing the effects of climate change in the colorado river basin through extended drought extreme temperatures extensive wildfires and in some places flooding landslides and now is the time to take action to respond to them. Arizona will be the hardest hit initially with these cuts. Losing almost a fifth of its entire river allotment for now california will not see any cuts because it's water rights are senior under century-old river laws. This shortage is monumental but it was also widely expected western. Water officials have been planning for this eventuality by ramping up conservation and water recycling. Tom bukowski directs arizona's department of water resources. This is a serious turn of events but not a crisis for now. Most cities won't see water. Supplies cut but farmers will in arizona. Thousands of acres of fields are expected to go fallow. Ironically the arid southwest is a huge producer of water intensive crops like cotton and alfalfa water law experts like marks quill lachey at the university of colorado say climate change will force this region to rethink how it uses its limited water. So many people rely on. We can't handle anymore stresses we're looking at a pretty dire situation right now on the river. School laci says climate. Change is drying out the soils and leading to rapid. Evaporation even a near average winters. Like this last one in the rocky mountains where snow melt feeds the river. That dry soils are acting like a sponge and they're soaking up a lot of water before that water can make it into the reservoirs. And that's likely to continue and federal water. Managers warned the shortages to will continue and probably get more severe. They'll reassess whether more cuts are needed in the next year.
"bukowski" Discussed on Zero Credit(s)
"Was a work freeze in protest. Oh that's good. July twenty seven a line item came out world of warcraft. Were will remove inappropriate references from world warcraft and warcraft classic I included this because one. If it comes from the team. I want to applaud a little bit but to it kind of speaks to. This cancelled. culture kind of notion has been popular lately when things are heating up. Let's censor things and hope it addresses the problem. Yeah i If this is not coming from like an altruistic part of the team and like word from above has been like you need to scour every item description. Anything that slightly rebelled. Remove it right. We don't want people to point to this shit that there is like Like sexual assault soared. No it removes an item. Remove that. I mean i've never for at the command. Said it never played warcraft I've never been interested in the memo genre as a whole but it never struck me as a gain that would have problematic things in it just because it's so popular and usually popular things are as crowd-pleasing as possible but i'm learning that that is not true. I mean i i never. I played a decent amount world of warcraft. Nothing springs to mind though. I'm sure it existed. A lot of a lot of different people in different nerds have touched over the years. I'm sure some bad stuff get in there when you have a game that spans decades and you really focus more on the yali really focusing on new content right like you're you're focused on creating a new experience new worlds new levels new new areas to fight in new rage stuff. You kind of forget about the old stuff right. Yeah i mean you have to forget that some sad nerd in two thousand and four or whatever made an item called like the braces of bukowski. Or whatever right the you have to forget about that stuff exactly and like you know once. They got approved by the iaea e. r. s. p. the the board that rates video games. Once i got approved once. I don't know if there's like continual reviews of their content and there's so much content i don't know if any review board is going to go through all of that content to rated again on generation. Yeah i don't know what it's like. i don't know what it's like. I've never had never thought about that before. But yeah if there's inappropriate content the removing it. This might be a thing where they stalled work and the higher ups are like. You're gonna work on something and they're like all right. We'll work on something we're going to start censoring are problematic stuff like i like because if we don't do this you're gonna fire us kind of thing. Yeah i mean not not bad if that's what it ended up being July twenty seven th also saw the resurgence of the clip. You were talking about from bliss. Con from twenty ten.
"bukowski" Discussed on Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique
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"bukowski" Discussed on WDRC
"Hullabaloo that the Democrats kicked up when Donald Trump was still president? And they said, no, no, we have to stretch the senses out. It has to go even longer. We have to leave people in the field. And you know why? Because they wanted to mess with the numbers. They wanted to make the numbers look the way they want the numbers to look well, Now we have the 2020. Cents is it actually shows that America went into a period of Almost no growth at me, or at least much lower growth than the country normally sees. But the most significant thing politically is that it's going to cause the redrawing of a lot of congressional district boundaries, and some states have picked up members of Congress and some states, mostly blue states have lost members of Congress. So to get a real perspective on what this means for America. Vans vans. Bukowski joins me now senior legal fellow at the Heritage Foundation and an expert on election law hunts. Welcome back and tell us what the 2020 cents is, means. What does it portend for the future of the United States Congress? Well, ours great sake again. Well, there are six states that are gaining seats, including by the way Oregon, which is can a new congressional seat for the first time and apparently 40 years. Montana also is going to get a seat right now. They live. Remember the house. They're going to get another one. North Carolina, Florida, Colorado, each going to gain a state Texas is actually gonna gain two seeds. And The states that are going to lose lose congressional representation. As you said, they're mostly blue states. Illinois is gonna lose a seat. New York is gonna lose his seat. California is gonna lose his seat by the way. California's losing a seat and Oregon's Gainey is that all the people playing California and moving into Oregon that I think I think it is, as a matter of fact, and it's funny because 100, referring to the fact that my home studios are in Portland, Oregon, you know the ground zero for Antifa, BLM and all the other chaos that's going on around America, but you're right. On and now the big question. Huns is how they're going to redistrict it because you know that they're going to try and the blue states to draw those boundaries, so they take slices out of the big urban areas and make sure that all the new seats or the new seat will give have enough Democrats in it toe overcome everybody else instead of drawing them along natural boundaries. Yeah, well, you know what's interesting is in states that are blue states. You're going to see intra interparty fighting and it's interesting to me. Remember, New York is.
"bukowski" Discussed on Maureen From Quarantine
"Well thank you so you know back. In the day they had a song called white kids. Why can't they be like we were perfect in every way and what i want to say is today. I'd like more of us to be like the kids today. We're in good hands. So here's to all those beautiful college kids everywhere here in quarantine and all over the world. I'll i'll close with a little bit of charles bukowski here from michelle's favorite one of hers. you get so lonely at times it just makes sense and then we'll close with avalanche we will always love you. I have just listened to this symphony which mozart dashed off in one day and it had enough wild and crazy joy to last forever. Whatever forever is mozart came as close as possible to that. So here's to all you beautiful college students out there in the midst of this pandemic stay the course my friends and as michelle said we got this. This is maureen from kular in teen and shine in the light. Thank you for listening.
"bukowski" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
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"bukowski" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Mr Holly. Mr Holly. Not guilty. Mr Heinrich. Mr Heinrich guilty. Stir Hickenlooper. Stir Hickenlooper guilty. This her room? No. His hair. Oh, no Guilty. Mr Hogan, Mr Hovan. Not guilty. Mrs Hyde Smith, Mrs Hyde Smith not guilty. The start in half. Mr Inhofe. Not guilty. Mr. Johnson, Mr. Johnson, not guilty. Mr Kane. God. Mr Kane guilty. Securely. Mr Kelly. Guilty. Strict Kennedy. Not guilty. Mr Kennedy not guilty. Mr King. Mr King. Guilty. Club picture this club picture. Guilty. Stir Lankford. Esther Lankford, not guilty. Stir Leahy. Guilty. Mr Leahy. Guilty. To leave. Really? Not guilty. Mr Lu Han. Mr. Liu fun guilty. Islamists, Islamists. Not guilty. Esther mansion. Stir mansion guilty. Mr Marquis. Mr Marquis Guilty. Commercial. Mr Marshall. Not guilty, Mr McConnell. Stir McConnell. Not guilty. Stir Menendez. Stearman Ninjas. Guilty. Sturmer, Clea. Sturmer, Clea. Guilty. From Iran. To Moran. Not guilty. It's Bukowski. His McAliskey. Guilty. Mr Murphy. Mr Murphy. Guilty. This is Murray. This is Murray. Guilty. Threw us off. Mr US off. Guilty. Stripper, DEA. Mr Padilla. Guilty. A poll. Mr Paul not guilty, Mr Peters. ST Peter's. Guilty. Strip. Portman. Strip. Portman not guilty. Mr. Reed, Mr Reid. Guilty, Mr Rush. Mr Risch not guilty, Mr Romney. To Romney guilty. It's Rose. Um This, Rosen Guilty, Mr Rounds. Surrounds not guilty, Mr Rubio. Mr Rubio not guilty, Mr Sanders. Mr Sanders Guilty, Mr Sass. Process guilty, Mr Shots. Mr Shots. Guilty, Mr Schumer. Mr Schumer guilty, Mr. Scott of Florida, Mr Scott of Florida, not guilty. Mr Scott of South Carolina. Mr. Scott of South Carolina. Not guilty. Mrs. Shaheen, Mrs. Shaking guilty. Mr Shelby, Mr. Shelby, not guilty. Miss Cinema. Miss Cinema Guilty, Miss Smith. Yeah. This Smith Guilty, Miss stabbed No. Stab no guilty, Mr Sullivan. Mr Sullivan not guilty, Mr Tester. Stra tester Guilty, Mr Thoon. Ster soon not guilty. Mr. Tell us District. Tillis not guilty, Mr Toomy. District to me guilty, Mr Tub, Ergo. District, Albertville, not guilty, Mr Van Hollen. Ster Van Hollen Guilty, Mr Warner. Mr Warner. Guilty. Mr. Warnock. Mr. Warnock, Guilty. Miss Warren. Miss Warren, Guilty, Mr White House. The White House. Guilty, Mr Wicker. Mr Wicker. Not guilty, Mr Widen. Mr Wyden. Guilty, Mr Young. Mr Young, not guilty..
"bukowski" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Closing arguments have begun in the impeachment trial of President Trump. After an unexpected twist delayed the conclusion of the Senate impeachment trial. Five Senate Republicans joining Democrats and vote to consider hearing witnesses. But the Senate, then voting instead of allowing witnesses to enter a statement by a Congress woman into the record. Republican representative Jamie Herrera. Butler is part of the group of House Republicans who voted to impeach former President Trump Butler became the center of Saturday. Impeachment proceedings when lead Democratic House trial manager Jamie Raskin opened with this, we would like the opportunity to subpoena Congresswoman Herrera regarding her communications with House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and to subpoena her contemporaneous notes. That she made regarding what President Trump told Kevin McCarthy in the middle of the insurrection. ABC is legal analysts Kate Shaw says. There's still a lot of unanswered questions. There. Was that really important question from Senators, Collins and Bukowski know about sort of what the president knew and what he did during the siege itself, and the president's lawyers really didn't answer that question. Michelle Franzen, ABC News Federal health officials releasing guidelines for getting students back in the classroom color coding schools, according to Corona virus transmission rates in their communities, We get more from a B C's Alex Parrish, a for schools and red zones, hybrid, or virtual learning is encouraged, while the blue and yellow zones allow for full in person instruction masks and social distancing or urge for all zones. So was diagnostic testing. The CDC also saying teachers should be vaccinated as soon as possible, but it's not required to reopen schools..
"bukowski" Discussed on KOMO
"Now not just deep snow, and not just the challenge on the roads right now. Power outages were adding to that list Very windy and North Bend and even club where we have some power outages, and it is not ABC News. I'm Dave Packard. Unexpected turn and the impeachment trial of former President Trump by a vote of 55 to 45 the Senate voting to allow witnesses five Republicans joining Democrats the House impeachment managers suggesting zoom depositions high on the impeachment managers. Witness list says ABC Is Chuck Secrets and Congresswoman Jamie Herrera Butler, Washington Republican on Twitter, confirming the reports saying House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy told her about him phoning President Trump January 6th urging him to publicly tell his supporters to leave the capital. McCarthy's The president told him Well, Kevin, I guess these people are more upset about the election than you are. Congresswoman, whoever butler tweets to the Patriots, who are standing next to President Trump. If you have something to add here now would be the time A. B C's Kate Shaw reports. Questions that were not addressed by the former president's defense team left the door open to calling witnesses. There was that really important question from Senators Collins and Bukowski. About sort of what the president knew and what he did during the siege itself, and the president's lawyers really didn't answer that question. In some ways, the House managers seemed to have picked up that and saying that's true. There is a lot we don't know about this critical question of what the president knew and what he did during the hours of the siege on baby, they have decided that it's more important to try to run that to ground. And to bring this to a speedy resolution. Senate leaders who currently drafting a resolution that's expected to deal with the question of witnesses, the CDC now releasing guidelines for reopening schools with color codes from blue to red, according to Corona virus transmission rates in the area Teachers encouraged but not required to be vaccinated. Along with this guidance is a new handbook from Department of Education. But CDC director Rochelle Walensky says But these are suggestions and won't be used to shut down schools who don't follow the guidelines. ABC is Alex Parrish. A as vaccinations increase across the country, the number of cases is falling. From the U. S peak one month ago. The weekly average for cases has dropped 60% You're listening to ABC News. Have you heard? Ah, Secret hoard of.
"bukowski" Discussed on WTVN
"I'm Dave Packard and unexpected turn and the impeachment trial of former President Trump. By a vote of 55 to 45 the Senate voting to allow witnesses five Republicans joining Democrats, the House impeachment managers suggesting zoom depositions high on the impeachment managers. Witness list says ABC is Chuck Secrets and Congresswoman Jamie Herrera Butler, Washington Republican on Twitter, confirming the reports saying House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy told her about him phoning President Trump January 6th urging him to publicly tell his supporters to leave the capital. McCarthy said the president told him Well, Kevin, I guess these people are more upset about the Election than you are. Congresswoman, Whoever butler tweets to the Patriots, who are standing next to President Trump. If you have something to add here now would be the time A. B C's Kate Shaw reports. Questions that were not addressed by the former president's defense team left the door open to calling witnesses. There was that really important question from senators, Collins and Bukowski know about sort of what the president knew and what he did during the siege itself. And the president's lawyers really didn't answer that question. In some ways, the House managers seemed to have picked up that and saying that's true. There is a lot we don't know about this critical question of what the president knew and what he did during the hours of the siege on baby. They have decided that it's more important to try to run that to ground than to bring this to a speedy resolution. Senate leaders are currently drafting a resolution that's expected to deal with the question of witnesses. CDC now releasing guidelines for reopening schools with color codes from blue to red, according to Corona virus transmission rates in the area teachers encouraged but not required to be vaccinated. Along with this guidance is a new handbook from Department of Education. But CDC director Rochelle Walensky says that these are suggestions and won't be used to shut down schools who don't follow the guidelines. ABC is Alex appreciate as vaccinations increase across the country, the number of cases is falling. From the U. S peak one month ago. The weekly average for cases has dropped 60% You're listening to ABC News..
"bukowski" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Live special coverage from NPR news. We've been listening to the second impeachment trial of former President Trump. It has now been adjourned until 10 o'clock tomorrow morning. It is wrapped for the day. So let's talk about what we heard today. Earlier, lawyers for the former president offered their defense of him and his actions. And for the last two hours or so senators have had the opportunity to ask their questions to both the House managers and the defense and well at the end of the day there, as we just heard that the Today's trial ended with a nice Bipartisan moment unanimous consent vote by the U. S Senate to give the congressional gold medal to Eugene Goodman, who has emerged as a hero of January 6, especially with the new evidence we have seen in the last few days. Things were very tense for a while today during the question and answer period, one moment where that really peaked was when Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders asked both sides both the prosecution and the defense Whether in their judgment, former President Trump actually won the election. Here's Michael Vander being a lawyer for former president Trump. My judgment. Who asked that My judgements here relevant in this proceeding. It happened. Yes. What's supposed to happen? Here is the article of impeachment is yesterday the Senate will You hear the president's lawyer, Michael Vander Wien, refusing to ask a question for answer question I should say from Senator Bernie Sanders does he believe that Joe Biden won the presidential election, which, of course he did, but an interesting dodge by the president's lawyer. Senators went on to to try and clarify some things in both presentations, and we will try to do the same watching with us our colleagues Deirdre Walsh, NPR's congressional editor, and White House correspondent, Franco Ordonez. Hello to you both. Hello. Hi there. Frankel. You've been watching all day. But you are just joining us on air now. So let me start with the big picture stuff. What? What stood out to you today? You know, I think I think what stood out to me was, you know, maybe, you know, kind of just echoing which Scott just said about those sharp divisions. Not necessarily that they were surprising, But there is still you know, quite a standoff. You know. So much of the focus, for example, was on whether President Trump knew whether Pence had been evacuated before sending that, you know. Tweet questioning his courage. Some of those questions even came from Republicans like Senator Mitt Romney and Susan Collins and Senator Cassidy also brought up the issue. You know, the House managers represent of Castro said. At the whole world knew that Pence had been evacuated. By that time he cited you know Senator Tommy Tom Aviles Tuberville's comments about that that phone call But Trump's lawyers, you know, said no. It no point was the president informed of that the vice president was in danger on they claim that President Trump did not know this but was aware of some of the violence. So you know, but at the same time that because the House quote rushed to the impeachment proceedings that there was no record Of the evidence on this point on bits such a key issue. It's such a crucial issue, but it's still unclear and it's kind of like we're at this point of a, he said. He said. And I think it's just really a testament to what's going on throughout this whole week. And I want to come back to that moment with the question about Senator Tuberville with Deirdre Walsh in a moment, But Franco, first of all, there were bigger themes today and we heard the entirety of The Trump Sides presentation today before that, Q and A. But that moment that we listen to where my commander being did not want to answer the question of whether or not Donald Trump won the presidential election, which he did not win, Joe Biden won and is now president. That really gets to the deep divide in the Republican Party right now, doesn't it? Because if he had said one thing, his client, Donald Trump would've been upset if he said another thing. Ah, lot of Republicans in that chamber would have been upset. No question. I mean, this is such a difficult time to be a Republican in Washington right now. I mean, especially if you're a bit uncomfortable with President Trump's role in the events on January, 6, you know, those who have already broken with the president have faced such pushback for doing so. Mean state and local GOP P committees continue to attack Republicans who have, you know basically dared to turn on President Trump you look at you know, Representative Cheney representative Adam Kins injure. You Know, Senator Cassidy, Senator Sasse. You know, this all has been a big problem for the Republican Party. It's created these clashes. Divisions, and a lot of Republican strategists are worried that this will really hurt them in the upcoming midterm elections next year. I mean, it just shows how far the party is from any sort of unity. Deirdre Walsh. I want to bring you in and first, let's listen to one of the more interesting question and answer portion of this afternoon. This was a moment when Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and Susan Collins of Maine asked a joint question. To Michael Van Ravine. And we will. We will get to that for a moment. But this was one of several times were. Vander Veen was asked the question that boiled down to win. Did President Trump learn of the breach in the capital and a couple things jumped out to me? First of all, he didn't really give a clear answer. Second of all, he said, That wasn't his responsibility to provide that information. How do you think that went over with those swing votes right now? Bukowski, Collins and others..
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"1059 K. M. J no more with Joe and Lisa Basil. Welcome back to Joan. Lisa Basil on Km J. Yep. Ray before the break. We kind of teased that we would be talking about this story of a friend of a man suspected of murder. Went to jail, but then was released on bail. Yep, with the condition of an ankle monitor to record his alcohol content, correct. The ankle monitor showed he drank twice. So he's back in jail, but his lawyers his lawyer is saying that the ankle monitors faulty so they're contesting that. There's so many different things and caveats to the story that I felt like war expressed in this article. You're sort of the legalities of this clinic questions like I didn't even know that a murderer could be Let go on bail. Yeah, e mean alleged murderer. So what I did is I took a night class to become a lawyer. Now are we just decided to bring on a lawyer who's also a judge? Yes. Our friend and lawyer map pick House key. He's an attorney with the Bukowski Law Group in Fresno. He serves as a judge, pro temp for the Fresno County Superior Court. They're like you're a professional, but only temporary. Stay in your lane. Pro temp. I'm sure that's what it means, Matt. So welcome Mat. Thank you for joining us this morning. Yeah. Good morning. Thank you guys for having me. I appreciate it. So, Lisa, what are your questions? Because I have thoughts, But what? You're quite okay, man. It's okay. So this story I read in the Fresno Bee this week and Article was in again is mostly focusing on how the ankle monitor was possibly wrong. But even in reading the story, there's just a few questions. I had, um, let me just go through the story, at least for our listeners, so they should be caught up on what we're even talking about. Murder suspect Randy Jones. Hey, was out on custody after posting a $286,000 bond. And now he's headed back to Fresno County Jail for allegedly violating the conditions of his release. Do we pause? It asked matter. Question about this. We need to keep going back. Okay. So $286,000 is usually 10% of what bail is to $2.86 million bail. How serious Having a fence. Do you have to commit Matt to have a $2.86 million bail? Just curious? Yeah, the most serious of fence. There's a murder. So they said, it is high as possible. And Yeah, that's that's a pretty significant bail. And so you know, and some cases in murder, they won't even allow a bail. I think because there's a covert issues and they've changed some of the laws in California to release people even no bail for more minor offenses. So this is a really significant billets is about as high as it gets for bail, Okay? So that makes sense because it's murder. Um my other question Two was he wasn't just charged with murder. He also has a lot of prior's So he had been convicted of five Do you eyes in the past and domestic violence? Um And another thing that he's being okay so his his facing multiple felonies, including murder, attempted murder. Kidnapping, assault with a firearm and possession of a firearm by a felon. Yes, hey, has pleaded not guilty to all these charges on dis This crime was in 2019. So Jones is charged with the murder. Justin Justin Garza. Yeah, He's a 23 year old. Exactly, Um, who was sent apparently by a company he worked for to collect. Money that Jones apparently own $30,000. Yes. And then upon the confrontation, guards that wound up dead. So okay, So what? Do your questions for mad? I have more statements and outrage. Well, my questions are, um I'm just curious, like with all these prior's and the multiple felonies who's facing, um, could I'm assuming there be more conditions of his release than just don't have alcohol is their standard conditions of release first, Matt, Do you know that one of the bail conditions? Yeah, there are there are gonna be more conditions alcohol would be or drug use to be one. Um and as well. He would be restricted to a certain geographic territory so clearly wouldn't be able to leave the state And I think that's what the ankle monitor does. Not only does this monitor alcohol blood content, but also Um, uh, know where he's at. So that he doesn't, um, skip town or skipped bail, So they're those here? I think some of them obviously another condition would be that he can't commit any crimes. Or, um, you know what? Do anything else That would, uh Landed back in jail, so I'm not sure where he's remanded to in terms of home custody, But he has committed domestic violence. The idea that he would have an ankle monitor remanded to his home. I sure hope it's not the place where he's abused somebody. I don't know something that you would take into consideration as a judge, like or a judge should take into consideration. Yeah, definitely. We wouldn't want to put him back in a place where he's if he's known to have done that before, where he's gonna do it again. So, yeah, it doesn't make a lot of sense that he would be released back into a place where Would be proud to commit the same offenses that he's committed in the past, including alcohol. He's got five d'you wise, which kind of brings me into the story. I'm going to give a little comments here. Where the family says they're adamant He had not drank anything. This freaking dude's got five D'you wise. He is clearly an alcoholic. He's not a social drinker who got caught buzz driving a few times. This guy is a drunk, and I don't know if you know alcoholics or drug addicts. They don't always tell the truth about use. So I'm just trying to see Matt, if you could just imagine, Is it the on Lee was the judges on Lee? Recourse to keep this guy from getting out was just trying to make the bail as high as possible. Making the best possible and then as well, putting the ankle bracelet on him. I think that they felt that that was safe enough to release him, so I don't know what's going on in the thought process behind the judge when he was making that decision, But Um, yeah, in terms of his past alcohol use that's going to be a factor when he has to, uh, argue that he wasn't drinking this time That's gonna work against them s Oh, yeah, And one of the interesting things about it is so we know the standard and criminal law on the murder charge will be beyond reasonable doubt, right? We know that he's presumed innocent..
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"Kinzinger says that he's had family members disown him. And friends say they don't want to be friends anymore after he was one of just 10 Republican congressmen to vote in favor of impeaching President Trump A. B C's Andy Field, says other Republicans who voted yes. Say they're getting death threats now Michigan Republican Congressman Peter Mayer, saying that he and the other party members who impeach the president or buying bulletproof vests and traveling with armed bodyguards, all saying they feel there's no control against people who attack the capital, and they assume something similar will happen again. South Carolina Republican Tom Rice says his impeachment vote could cost him the next election. It says he did the right thing. And if voters decide it's time to come home, that's okay too. Now. Today we learned that the President Trump's impeachment trial in the US Senate could start next Wednesday, the same day that Joe Biden is being inaugurated. The Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell, has already said that he has not made up his mind so he is not ruling out. Voting yes, on convicting President Trump and other Republican who's not ruling that out is Lisa Murkowski of Alaska. She's saying today that she thinks that the house which in peace, the impeach the president yesterday responded to the president's actions appropriately, Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski, referring to the capital siege, writing in a statement, quote Such unlawful actions cannot go without consequences, and the House has responded swiftly. And I believe appropriately with impeachment and quote Bukowski, adding she intends to hear arguments in the Senate before deciding whether she will vote to convict and as delicate Terra ABC NEWS Washington Assuming all the Democrats vote to convict they would need 17 Republican senators. Voting yes as well. Now. The FBI director Christopher Wray, says that he is very concerned about the possibility of violence even though he's confident that it will Be prevented. We're concerned about the potential for violence at multiple.
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