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Veteran civil rights lawyer notes progress in police abuse cases

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 4 d ago

Veteran civil rights lawyer notes progress in police abuse cases

"After decades of civil rights litigation attorney John barris converting his fame Northern California solo practice into a law partnership I Norman hall John burruss most noted civil rights case was winning a $3.8 million verdict for Rodney King the black motorist severely beaten in 1991 by four Los Angeles Police officers burr says there is a huge difference between king's case and that a George Floyd and Rodney King no one had none of the white community had any idea of what was going on in terms of the police in the black community Black community knew The other difference king's beating was captured on grainy camcorder video there is says cell phones now make his cases easier First question I have now is that video Burris also says there's now more accountability I Norman hall

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"burris" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

04:45 min | 2 months ago

"burris" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Jim burris. Listen a week ago, music midtown was celebrating the big names confirmed for this year's iconic music fest at Piedmont park. Then this morning, a one 80. With no explanation and leaving a lot of confused fans, officials tweeted that music midtown is off, chalking it up to, quote, circumstances beyond our control. Atlanta journalist George Cheney was the first to report it has to do with George's gun laws and the festival's inability to keep guns out. Mara Davis is a talent Booker and beloved former radio host in Atlanta's now defunct Dave FM, WAB fans will likely remember Mira's music mix, as well. When we spoke earlier, she talked about how the festival came to be and what the laws means for Atlanta. Well, the appeal early on with music midtown is there was a genre for everybody. As in, they checked so many boxes, the lineups were so diverse. I mean, in 1999, you had outcast. It's just a part of the community right now and Peter Frampton. For my eyes and they're moving on the same level. And I think that's what makes music midtown so unique that you got such a great variety. This festival has grown over the years into something that people really travel to come to. What does it mean in terms of the logistics of having to cancel something like this that imagine as a year round type of thing to put on? For so many reasons it is a local, even though it's national, it's a local festival and I think people come in, you know, obviously because they want to see their favorite bands and artists and it's somewhat of an affordable price. I know it's for some people they're very first concert. And so I think that has a big effect on some of the younger audience that they were really excited for my chemical romance or future and now they're not. What kind of blight is this to the overall music scene in the area? I think it's just a big question as to what's next with music festivals. I think as we learn more information and what prompted this, I think there are a lot of larger outdoor music festivals and what it means for them and that means a sweet water four 20, shaking niche, shaky boots, one music fast. So I think that's something to definitely keep our eye on. Do you think this is the death nail for music midtown? Do you think it can come back as a reformed or in a different venue? I think as we know in Georgia and in Atlanta, anything is possible. I think whatever is happening in Atlanta or Georgia day is something different in ten minutes. As we all know. So it's just so hard to say because this is just kind of came out of nowhere. How bummed are you about it? I'm bummed that it is an Atlanta tradition of music. We're so many people came together for this. Look, I remember broadcasting live at music midtown so many years. I have such strong memories of music midtown. I saw Destiny's Child with Beyoncé in 1999 there. I mean, this is just like, you know, I'm sorry, it was 1998 because I looked it up. I was thinking of my music midtown memories. And I remember seeing Destiny's Child, they were all in camouflage, a coordinating outfit. They were on a really small stage. This was when it was at the now Federal Reserve building, and it was like, wow. This group is really going to be something. Now, we all know what happens over the next 20. Years. But music midtown was really a place where the booking was so sharp. They were able to book these artists maybe before they became stadium level. Music midtown really set the tone for big artists. So for that, this is a real bummer, I think, for artists and for fans of light. Media Maven, Mary Davis, thank

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"burris" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:35 min | 2 months ago

"burris" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Might be. Emily fang and pure news zapper is Ukraine. This is 90.1 WBE. I'm Jim burris. Some employees are the cop county schools, may soon be able to carry guns on the job. The school board voted four to two last night to let certain personnel carry firearms, but that would not include teachers. Employees would have to be authorized by the district to carry, and they'd also be required to undergo firearms training. Education reporter Martha Dalton joins us now to break down what was a surprise vote. Martha, welcome. Thanks, Janet. It's good to be here. And I mentioned it's a surprise vote. Talk about that. Right. Well, this comes just a few weeks after Cobb county superintendent. Chris rexdale said publicly that he was not in favor of arming teachers in the aftermath of the Yuval shooting in Texas. Now, this policy we should be clear, this policy does not include teachers, but it would essentially let the district hire citizens to act as police officers. The district would train them and would put them through background checks and things like that. But I do think it was a surprise to a lot of folks because it was put on the agenda a few days before the meeting. It wasn't clear if the board would vote on it and they did. So there wasn't a lot of time for discussion and public feedback. But I do think some people were surprised at how quickly the new policy was approved. What was the reason they gave for this shift, this new policy? Well, superintendent ragsdale said is because it's so hard to hire law enforcement officers. And so here's what ragsdale said at the board meeting on Thursday. Quite honestly, if the board gave me a blank check and said go hard school resource officer for every single school in Cobb county, I could not do that. There he talks about how hard it is to find people who are qualified. Now, essentially what the district would do with this new policy is hire people and train them as police officers, although they wouldn't be certified officers. You mentioned it was a surprise vote, but what's the response been after that vote was taken? Well, there were some gun control activists at the board meeting from groups like March for our lives and moms demand action who protested as the board tried to vote. And the protests got so loud that the board had to take a brief recess, then they tried again, but the opponents did not stay silent

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"burris" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

01:37 min | 7 months ago

"burris" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Be anxious Andrew Young giving his birthday wishes produced there by Lisa rayon Jim burris also spoke with young earlier in the week He started by asking that in these difficult times what gives him hope about the future My hope is built on nothing less than Jesus love and righteousness The creator of heaven and earth meant things to be orderly and meaningful but he gave us the freedom to struggle He also gave us the freedom to sin And life is a constant battle between good and evil and I always tried to find out the biblical side and stay as close to that as I possibly can As you turn 90 this weekend a lot of people are going to I'm sure your gala come up and thank you For all of the years of service and what you've done for our country and our world how do you feel in that moment I learned that even my setbacks turned out to be set up But for instance I think one of the best things that happened to me was that I lost the governor's race I lost the governor's race in August but I won the Olympics in September The Olympics helped the city and the state economically I have more than I needed And much more than I ever dreamed I'd be able to do it And I still don't think I'm through That's one of my favorite songs that I can close with I.

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"burris" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

04:49 min | 8 months ago

"burris" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Thanks so much That's Jay price outside fort Bragg North Carolina Fair skies in the city 54° amplifying Atlanta This is 90.1 I'm Jim burris Thanks for being here this afternoon A recent study finds medical providers racial and ethnic biases can influence how they deliver healthcare Those differences can lead to larger health disparities But where does medicine start in terms of fixing the problem It's something doctor Anita Johnson thinks a lot about Doctor Johnson is a breast surgical oncologist and chief of surgery at cancer treatment centers of America in noonan And when we spoke recently I ask her if she's seen such a racial biases play out in her experience I've been a breast surgeon phone colleges for over 25 years So within the healthcare system I have seen it I think that it's an issue in any hospital system So when it comes to physicians and during their training cultural sensitivity is key in some cases all physicians don't get that training So when we're taking care of individuals whether they are African American descent or of Asian descent sometimes the culture issue is significant you know we are challenged by that You know 25 years ago we probably wouldn't even be talking about this I talk about the kind of progress that you've seen over those few decades Well there's a more freedom to talk about it You know the imagery particularly of black women We must be careful on because we don't want to stereotype We don't want to make comments as they're difficult that their cancers are more difficult to treat than others just because they're black women because most of it is due to the biology And so when we are a healthcare provider whether we're nurses physicians or events practitioners of culture is important and we must be sensitive to their needs but all patients are human beings It should be treated as such What prompted you to go into medicine My mother when I was a child she was quite ill And so I decided at age 8 I wanted to become a doctor So with college and then medical school and actually was going to become o-b-gyn and switch over surgery And I love taking care of women What I love about the anniversary of phone calls is that the research to treatment is always changing we know we have data from the American Cancer Society that the death rates are declining and that's across the board including for black women It's getting a little bit better So I just enjoy what I do I'm able to provide women with better options now than when I first came out of my fellowship Do you find the women of color open up more to you I do You know I'm going to be honest Sometimes when I walk in the room and you know I have a diverse staff here and they tell me that they're so happy to see me So it is personal sometimes And so I treat all races and ethnicities and always have but they're so very few of us And so we know for African American women physicians they're more only 2% of the physician workforce And so they're very few of us and so they are more comfortable I think sometimes there's a language barrier with other providers and we may be able to communicate more effectively You know it does play a role in that What advice do you give if someone wants to become a young person wants to become a physician I encourage it And so because one thing about what you do in life you don't want to not be a doctor because the student loan debt because you don't want to spend your life not doing heavy a dream job You know I have a dream job That's what I tell people I used to tell folks that Oprah thought she had the best job you know if I ever met her I would tell her no you know I probably had this job but I get quite a bit of joy in my work Doctor Anita Johnson is a breast surgical oncologist and chief of surgery at cancer treatment centers of America in Atlanta Doctor Johnson thank you so much for talking to me this afternoon I appreciate it All right thank you again take care Our time now four 48 taking a look at Atlanta traffic.

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"burris" Discussed on News/Talk/Sports 94.9 WSJM

News/Talk/Sports 94.9 WSJM

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"burris" Discussed on News/Talk/Sports 94.9 WSJM

"Me in their save. You a lot of money and you know your your family can come busy anytime as long as they got a key. Yeah that's right. it's not a bad idea. actually. I don't think that the folks that interests moving self would agree to that it saves. I don't think we'll we'll sign that no that's not happening If you're going to get coffee this morning and you're going to a coffee shop and you see The people making the coffee. What are those called baristas. Yes but did you know that. Actually the plural is not burris. Does it's actually brief st. I'm not kidding. This is the thanks singular. Though doesn't it yeah. Like i always thought it was baristas. Would just add tall of it. Oh but.

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"burris" Discussed on hopnology: Hop Growing and Brewing for Craft Beer

hopnology: Hop Growing and Brewing for Craft Beer

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"burris" Discussed on hopnology: Hop Growing and Brewing for Craft Beer

"Broad. Swipe at what a breeze capabilities are certainly want. You're not going to sit there and drink a pint in in it's perfect. Formed glass at served the perfect temperature bla-bla-bla with just the right amount of carbonation. Because you know what i'd challenge barista actually poor perfect height. That's a whole nother conversation right there absolutely you know with all with all with all the eggs in the same refrigeration you know right. Yeah yeah so. So i find i find. You know the people bitching about flights in their bar and why they're not going to do them. Because from the quality sensory standpoint to be a bit disingenuous I think it's just some people. Have to be righteously indignant about certain things probably and there are other reasons to say no to flights. I mean they are. They're expensive and in ways. I hadn't thought of before this i mean four. Four four ounce glasses is not going to cost you the seamounts a pint you. Those glasses tend to walk away and say they fit very nicely pocket and they break There's more foam loss when you're pouring these little glasses depending on how you're doing it You you can't charge the same and effort. There's more effort and time involved. One of the the burris interviewed said that when they are particularly busy they will put up a sign. That says no flight zone when they just don't have time to deal with flights. There's a brewery by me here. That only does growlers. The i like our or two that they're open because they just don't want to deal with it when they've got a full bar going on. Well yeah it takes up a ton a ton of space to on the tap. Line as just like i who has time to deal with that yet. Basically have to stand there and watch it to make sure it's not gonna over full on you. It's just yeah. I could totally see that year year..

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"burris" Discussed on Sleep With Me

Sleep With Me

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"burris" Discussed on Sleep With Me

"Can help it keep you company in help. You fall asleep. That would be my honor because if you get the rest you need your life's going to be better and that is very very important to me. It really is like a butterfly wing situation. If i can you know the talk and boring way about butterfly wings or go off topic so that you drift off. That's really manner. So that's why i'm here the other. Yeah because i know how feels in because your sleep is important. The other thing that really people have strong feelings about in understandably because our show structurally is different in. It's free sleep podcast too. So let me explain the structure. The show show starts off with a greeting so you feel welcome and seen in an or at least invited in you say well let me walk around and check this podcast out. I say grade. That's degrading therefore then there's listener support if you need extra support right now. What were you want to support others in our community then their support for the show so it can come out choice so we can be free even in this environment of changing and how to keep stuff free versus all that stuff I'm able to do that because of the people that have participated in that. And so that's that's part of our goal and then So there's that and then so there's business That does that is then. There's the intro now. The business is shorter than the intro intro much longer. Ten to twenty minutes along. We're already almost done with it. But where i tried to explain what the podcast is. And then you get distracted a few times for like ten or fifteen minutes. And then i come back and try to explain what the podcast is and that serves a purpose. It is a show within a show. Because the intro gives you a chance to burris kick comfortable get settled and get some distance from the daytime or all the stuff All the other stuff. You.

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"burris" Discussed on Scale The Podcast

Scale The Podcast

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"burris" Discussed on Scale The Podcast

"I have done is when an issue occurs from lack of documentation. I like to call a meeting around that you start them from the beginning. This is what happened and this is where we're at and show them where the lack of documentation has caused that gap and just kind of opens up. There is a little bit or where they can actually see why it's important and issues that it causes so it's just a full transparency. Your leader likes to include others and you pull them together and you say hey this is what happened and this is why i think we need to shift what we're doing and how they responded to that to that approach once they actually see One it causes and what they can do to prevent that then they're on board and it's just a little bit more extra time with him showing on why and what. It's so interesting because that is leadership is just spinning the time to communicate. Have them understand the why behind what they're doing and then get everybody on the same page and then move forward and improve your processes that it. That's pure leadership. Did it come natural to you do. Oh no not at all you just you just fear now as you know yeah yeah. It's trial and error right. You try to love it. I love it Okay so what. What advice would you give to property. Managers thinking about virtual assistance. We talked before the show. And i said hey. Property management hasn't yet as an industry wrap wrap their brain around virtual assistant. So what advice would you give somebody. Who's considering this to help them. Grow and scale their property management practice. So i just take a look at your business and see where you need the leverage you don't need a live person enter office. The may be answered phones or do work orders. You can. Mother sat out with virtual professional. Which in turn will give you more time to get out there in the field. Check these properly showing these properties a leased out. And so just just look at where you can leverage your business where you don't need an actual physical body right at an angle that route usually. That's foam calls. A lot of phone calls actually at your hanging a lot of help with that. And maybe it's data entry as well you him putting new information new properties updating your your database and they can also help lead generate making some phone calls molin with leads and so just if it's basically done online you have cloud everything saved online. That's where he can really leverage with virtual professional. I love it. I love it. And what is the benefit to you guys as a company in you know. I haven't prepaid. We didn't talk about this before. But what do you see the value to your company of working with virtual professionals so the value it for us. What we're getting right now is. We're getting more phone calls answered when we get more phone calls answered that's more properties not releasing or actually leasing. Properties are faster and more throughout the month. And so that that's a big benefit to us Work mission based in so. That's how we get paid and so it's super critical that we get these properties least. Yeah you're like let's get these things done right absolutely. I love it man. All right. wendell has been awesome. Thank you so much for your time..

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"burris" Discussed on Get Out There and Get Known Podcast

Get Out There and Get Known Podcast

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"burris" Discussed on Get Out There and Get Known Podcast

"With the motown stars She modeled you know she was on. Pbs swing. it's just a lot of stuff in her. Be like walking around like oh. I'm all that. But the reason why she continues to get all of the media and shine in the favor is because she is humble. That's one of the things. No one wants to work with adiba. No or david blewett cover I heard it through our own. Listen want to burn. And i want to understand it. There's always another step right is always something else. Was somebody pam. That i look up to his name is daryl mccoy. Mccoy has been like a father figure when i was imac teenage years. He's right there do a lot of our process he said you notice a sneaky. He said this he said you know. What's a sneaky. Curse word and i was like with that. He said i'm grown. Now he said he was like everything in life changes and gross everything he said. When you get when you get to the point where you are grown that literally means you stop growing. He was like so we gotta be careful about throwing around simple phrases literally inhibit on a subconscious level our mindsets our receptiveness in our ability to continue on. So i discharge the internet network. Yes yes. I am an adult without now grown personally. I'm growing in that process that ideology that small little change consciously hit our brains in it makes us receptive to him. Peres of the world can come into our house. Plants seeds the warring in open a door. And then because i'm growing in understand this process. She was right now. what homework. y'all i do things out in our town out in pam the the stuff outdoors along doing a ten day speaking tour in the country kong later on my birthday month september. So yes doing that stuff and having somebody say he brought some who review in. I want you to do this. I could be like. I'm grown but remember michelle obama's book was. I am becoming album. Saying she is still becoming. I am becoming so she. She's the first lady's like definitely brought. I'm done but now i am becoming and is it is it is instant minute. You stop moving forward. You just stop yet shock like that. Now yes shots not. That's my favorite. Analogy is my favorite analogy starts. Because we stop they died can breathe. We move access to live and so desire to continue not only just to keep moving to the us shirt to be shepherded to learn to you because as i learn more and more how.

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Hunter Biden speaks out on laptop controversy ahead of book release

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Hunter Biden speaks out on laptop controversy ahead of book release

"The senate president biden speaking about the allegations made against him and his father in november. Fox's aisha ozniel reports from new york city with famously called the laptop from hell by former president trump and now hunter biden is knowledge that that laptop could be his own yes or no if the laptop. I've no idea could have been yours. Of course certainly. That exchange with cbs is tracy smith as part of a rare. Sit down interview with hunter biden about his new book and his answer. Now could cast doubt on president biden's previous claims that the laptop was part of a russian disinformation campaign or a smear campaign allows fall. The new york post published emails from the laptop. That was dropped off at a delaware repair shop among those emails. A thank you. Note from an executive at the ukrainian company burris mma alleged meeting. That was set up with hundred biden's father then vice president biden president biden says he was not involved with his son's business

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Get Off The Cycle And Run With Rodney C. Burris

Mindfulness Mode

05:12 min | 1 year ago

Get Off The Cycle And Run With Rodney C. Burris

"Mindful tribe. I've read lots of books of had lots of authors on. We talk about mindfulness. We talk about getting grounded. We talk about habits. And today i have an author on who has created a book that is just so interesting and compelling in different unusual and it really grabbed me. It was a lot of fun to read. And it's about habits. It's it's you know that topic of routines and that kind of thing but it's framed in a very different way that i think you will find refreshing. The author i have on today is rodney. See burruss rodney. Are you and mindfulness mode. Today i am totally in mindfulness. Mold bruce a pleasure. Thank you so much. Well it's a pleasure to have you on the show really truly and i just wanna share a bit more about you. Rodney with my tribe and rodney. Cbs is an expert at team building and program development. He teaches workshops across the us and abroad. He holds a psychology degree from the john. Hopkins university and a masters in nonprofit management from capella university. And like i said he's author of a book and this book is called. Get off the cycle and run and i had the pleasure of recently reading this book and just really spoke to me. And rodney has a quote that i want to share with you right now in the quotas to inspire means to fill someone with the urge or ability to do or feel something. That's one of rodney's quotes rodney. What does mindfulness mean to you. Let's start there. There is a monk by the name of a and i'm going to try my best pronounce. His name bruce at figures tick nah hundreds of. That's right. yeah tear not on. Yes i i became aware of this. He was having a conversation with over and one of the things that he shared was he would go to these walks in the walk with never about the destination it was always about the journey and he the walk with take as long as it needed to take than every step. He was trying to be present in that moment in. I don't know why out of all of the years of hearing about mindfulness and hearing about being attentive and is one thing to be physically present but you may not be mentally there and all those sorts of things that conversation. It's mr On hun in oprah together it funk in in it would that was my start. That was about seven years ago bruce. That was my start to really become aware of. What does it mean to be mindful of how showing up in this world of how m- communicating of what my thoughts are. What are my feelings telling me but better yet. How am i choosing to define any experience. Over quarantine bruce. I cut my foot last year. My dad and my sons. We actually built this shed and my in my backyard my own property while we were tearing down the shared and putting up a new one. I had cut my foot pretty badly out there. Like kind of being seeded for some weeks going up and down stairs kind of scoot scoot in backwards. You know not really being able to walk thinking that. I can't stand a little bit trying. China wash dishes or whatever wouldn't agent and swollen up and it's very easy to say him passed off always happens to me man who not one thing. It's another at choice right How i chose to view that bruce is you know for better for worse. It took me a little bit longer to appreciate enfor transparency with everyone to share this markle this moment with us. It took me a little bit longer to appreciate the gravity of the situation and we were last year kinda worldwide globally. Just kind of stay shelter in place. Stay at home. It took me a while to really internalize that and what. I realized that me her having a hurt with like that it kind of kept me grounded. It kept me out of harm's way. And i chose to view kind of like you know bumper pool or kind of like things like offense a little bit. If i wasn't aware enough to not run out into the street right for whatever my reasons were were not. I had something that allow me as i came to grips with the gravity of what was going on to just stay put and i think that that mind phone is bruce. Kinda just being intentionally aware of how on choosing survive to defy interactions moments. Events is one of the things that that just really can lead to a healthier better life and it's something that i hope to share. I hope your foot's a lot better now rodney's better almost a year ago now so yeah puts a lot

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U.S. charges Russian military hackers

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

09:26 min | 2 years ago

U.S. charges Russian military hackers

"A story for you. May Two thousand seventeen voters in France went to the polls to elect a new French president just like in our election the before then Russian intelligence agencies in the Russian government played hard in the French election that year russian-owned websites pushing outlandish rumours about the centrist candidate Emmanuel macron. Those rumors were then processed into pieces Russian state media outlets. macron's rival was a far right candidate named Marine Le Pen she had inherited from her Holocaust denying Father Control of Francis Post. World War Two Fascist Party. So it was the neo-fascist party running against macron. Lapenne far-right neo-fascist campaign was explicitly bankrolled by a Russian state controlled bank. Marine Le Pen went to Moscow and met with Vladimir Putin at the Kremlin during the campaign. This was not subtle. But it was. Too much for Russia to pass up a divisive racist far right fascist candidate injecting chaos into the elections in a major. European. Democracy in twenty seventeen that's like catnip to Russia. Right? They want to undermine democracy everywhere. They will undermine Western countries in general however they can. But Russia's saved its boldest move for the eve of that French. Just two days before the vote. Russian. Hackers part of the same Russian military unit that had disseminated hacked democratic emails during the twenty, sixteen American election the before. They dumped tens of thousands of files, online, nine gigabytes of stolen emails and other information all hacked from Emmanuel Macron's campaign, and that might have become the dominant news story of the final weekend of that campaign. Before French voters went to the polls. It might have actually ended up upending that election if it were not for a quirk of French law, which imposes a media blackout on anything relating to the campaign for full day before voting starts all the way through until polls close on election day. That blackout period in French law precedes this whole scandal with Russia messing with the French election. But it ended up saving the day. The material that was hacked by Russian intelligence got posted online and France just hours before media blackout period began just minutes before the blackout began at midnight that night the macron campaign issued a statement warning that the hackers had inserted forged fake documents into the hack stolen material they pleaded with the media to not report on that junk. And the media didn't. They stuck to the rules. And in the end, Emmanuel macron beat the far-right neo-fascist Marine Le Pen by more than thirty points. And there's a couple of reasons for us be thinking about sort of relearning the story of that. Two thousand seventeen French election right now one is that the intelligence community is raising the alarm that Russian intelligence is executing an operation just like the one they did in France on us right now the supposedly Biden scandal that Rudy Giuliani has been shopping the scandal he. Managed to get printed in the New York Post which president trump has been gleefully promoting ever since including posing with a copy of that paper in the Oval Office that junk that Giuliani has been promoting is being actively investigated by federal investigators as potentially part of a hostile foreign influence operation illegally targeting our election and the intelligence community is investigating this Johnny on the spot. In part because they saw this coming in advance, this is in the New York Times last week quote, The Times reported last January the Ukrainian company were Hunter Biden was once on the Board respond had been hacked by the same Russian Intelligence Unit that hacked the Democratic National Committee in two thousand, sixteen last month US intelligence analysts contracted several people with knowledge of that hack. Asking them for further information because they picked up chatter that stolen burris, my emails would be leaked in the form of an October surprise among their chief concerns was that the burris material would be leaked alongside forged materials and it it's to hurt Biden's candidacy as Russian. Hackers did when they dumped real e mails alongside forgeries ahead of the French elections in two thousand seventeen. So that's what they did to Macron in two, thousand, seventeen they hacked all install all of this stuff from his campaign than they mixed it up with Ford stuffing dumped it right before the election. That's what the US intelligence community said. They believed was going to happen with Barista and sort of October surprise firm Rudy Giuliani. Thank right on time Rudy Giuliani shows up some emails from a mysterious source that are totally unverified and unverified able and only one Rupert Murdoch owned right wing tabloid will air that junk. Put it in their paper. So. That's one reason. The Russian operation in the two thousand, seventeen French election newly relevant to our lives right now, the Russians may be trying that exact same trick all over again except we don't have media blackout rules. The other reason that that two thousand seventeen Russian operation in France is newly relevant. Is that the guys who did it just got indicted by the US Justice Department today? Here they are the Russian military intelligence hackers who carried out that operation to interfere in the French election in two thousand seventeen the Justice Department says in the indictment today that these guys also launched major malware and hacking operations that shut down the power grid in Ukraine that hit the parliament in the nation of Georgia that chemical weapons investigators in the UK and Europe who were looking into the Russian poisoning of former Russian spy, Sergei scruple who was poisoned with a Russian nerve agent on British territory they say, they also orchestrated hacks that hit hospitals in companies. In the United States. They also organize tax that hit the two thousand eighteen winter Olympics quite a list. And? Although. One of the Russian hacker that was indicted today was previously indicted by Robert Muller in two thousand eighteen for his role in the hacking operation against the twenty sixteen election here in the US, today's indictment of these Russian hackers doesn't include any charges related to American election interference this year. That said the election. The American election is two weeks from tomorrow. It's hard to look today's indictment without trying to understand how it relates to our own election and what the Justice Department is trying to signal here. Is that the right way to look at this. Joining us now is Jeremy Bash. He served as chief of staff at the CIA and at the Defense Department under President Obama Jeremy Nice to see. Thanks for making time. It, Rachel. So, this is a lot. Going on the surprise announcement today from the Justice Department about the indictment of these Russian hackers when you look at this with your background in intelligence and your understanding of what Russia has done to target our democracy and others. What do you think is most important here for people to understand. Well I think was most important is that the GRU this Russian military organization that was responsible for the two thousand Sixteen Hacking Dump Operation Against the Democrats that was responsible for the two thousand seventeen election appearance in France as you noted, and is responsible for these militias cyber attacks globally including, against us, hospitals and. They are very active. They're very capable and they are in fact probably behind this this Russian. Intelligence operation at least a looks and appears to be Russian intelligence operation targeting the Biden campaign. Last. Week Andrew Weisman, who is part of the Miller investigation wrote in Law Fair about the decision that was made by bill bar earlier this year this spring to drop criminal charges against Russian companies that had participated in the attack on our election in two thousand sixteen and that didn't actually get a lot of attention when it happened in March I think in part because the country was overwhelmed by what was starting to happen to us in terms of covid why spent makes the case that before may have acted essentially improperly in dismissing those charges essentially signaling to Russia that the. US Criminal Law wouldn't be used against them as a tool if they wanted to interfere in the election this year I'm wondering if this might be a signal in the other direction, if this might be some sort of signal to brushback rush intelligence ahead of what appears to be their ongoing efforts to boost trump in his reelection effort. Hartono, racial. But what we do know is that there are mixed signals being sent by the US government here. Today we have the Justice Department indicting Russian hackers, but you've got the president of the United States welcoming condoning what looks apparently like a Russian intelligence operation targeting the Biden campaign remember Rachel that Rudy Giuliani. In Kiev, with Andrei Dirk Catch Ukrainian lawmaker who has been assessed by US intelligence and announced by our Treasury Department to be a Russian asset for the last decade. Giuliani goes to Kiev meets with Dir cash and he comes back and low these many months later, Giuliani surfaces up with these a very mysterious emails. So every Intelligence Professional Rachel that I've talked to the last twenty four hours says that this walks like a Russian intelligence disinformation campaign this talks like a Russian intelligence to information campaign. This is most likely Russian intelligence is permission campaign against the Biden team.

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Pints in a Pandemic - burst 3

The Dregs

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Pints in a Pandemic - burst 3

"See Burris, basically you know over the course of a couple of weeks, you know build like an e commerce platform into their websites so that they could feel facilitate online orders and integrate that into their. You know their delivery system like was was pretty cool to see because that's that's not that's not like a super easy thing. Yeah. For sure and they're like again huge props to them for. The frequency of those deliveries they're they're beating Amazon in those Amazon prime even. You order it before too and it shows up at your door at three. Yeah. That's that's pretty good service. So not only that it's it was being delivered by. The Brew Master That Borough Sales Rep like it wasn't like they hire new people who is every anybody that had a car went out and did deliveries

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Tropical Storm Isaias drives wild weather up Interstate 95

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Tropical Storm Isaias drives wild weather up Interstate 95

"At least four people were killed as tropical storm easier ES moved up along the east coast easiest with a hurricane when it reaches land in North Carolina not far from where dean Burris is on vacation in north myrtle beach South Carolina next thing you know the water kept getting higher and higher L. to appear ran out I'm shocked it's still standing a big section of the pier did collapse Eazy E. S. may have weakened to a tropical storm but it's set up tornadoes in several states Matalin Fisher got very close to a twister in Ocean City New Jersey our houses on stilts so our house is kind of swaying in the wind so that was pretty scary the new York winds forced the Staten Island ferry to shut down I'm a Donahue

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McGinn’s NFL Draft Series: Scouts on top quarterbacks

Tolbert, Krueger and Brooks

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

McGinn’s NFL Draft Series: Scouts on top quarterbacks

"Bob McKeon who it writes for the athletic talks to a lot of gaps and I'm not sure where he's based but here's one scout said I just don't see borough as the guy they bring in the new offense everything changed he's got all those great receivers around him to nine inch hands soft body build this is what the scout said offering up this about borough he talked up but Burris leadership in moxie and quote magical ability to process quickly but they're you know they're people that feel that there's bust potential Joe burrow

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Biden rallies establishment in bid to turn back Sanders

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

10:27 min | 2 years ago

Biden rallies establishment in bid to turn back Sanders

"Biden Wins. Every county in South Carolina from the hills to the C. Colossal victory in the first representative state. Is this the second day of the rest of his political life? Well it certainly feels that way. I mean look at the last forty eight hours. You have money which he hasn't had you've had endorsements you have people on the hill rallying around him. There's a Russian expression I think Peter might know it Success has its own aroma. That when you start winning that something happens that there's sort of an aura. People wanted to see him win. It's not just that he won one really big. And the the proportion of the African American vote the way he dominated constituency which is so important in a Democratic primary centene incredibly powerful message to people who had been wavering about him Peter Baker I recall a donald trump using biden's name a time or two in the past. Have you any evidence about how the president is processing the Biden Victory in South Carolina? I'm really what it may mean for the rest of the race. Look I think we know that the president would rather see Bernie Sanders. He's Kinda Telegraph that as his opponent. Candidates are notoriously bad picking their opposition. They they may not always have the right decision on that. But I see the contrast between the socialist and his version of capitalism as advantageous choice for the fall so tonight at the Rally. You heard him go. After Biden. Newly Resurgent Biden. Pretty harsh terms. He mocked him as feeble minded. Kind of has been ridiculed the vice president for his verbal gaffes lately confusing names saying that could be tomorrow's Super Thursday instead of Tuesday that kind of thing and he seemed to relish it but at the same night is trying to stir the pot. He's trying to get the sanders supporters. Upset whatever happens if he would lose if he were to lose. The president is saying is because it was a coup. That was the phrase there. Were he used today? I think on twitter because he wants to say they're the establishment is stealing it from Bernie Sanders in his view. He wins either way. He gets a candidate he wants and Bernie Sanders and a stark choice. Or you know. He gets a moderate Democrat to face but makes the laughter try get the left anyway. Upset BECAUSE BERNIE. Sanders did get what he says is fair do congresswoman. It's hard to imagine and fast forward through the history of the Democratic Party to a time where there has been one colossal consensus figure in the Democratic Party coming off his historic two-term presidency. He and the former first lady are often at the very top of opinion polls for most admired man. Most admired woman talk about the Barack Obama effect potentially on this election. Well I think it's a significant effect and I don't think it just rest with president former President Obama. I think you know when you look at people who were central to the Obama Administration now coming out in support of Joe Biden. That is in some ways telegraphing where the OBAMAS are and so. This shouldn't be a surprise me. We in some ways it would be kind of odd. Obviously if Vice President Biden didn't get the support of these allies of President Obama. We'd be all over that that. I do know Susan. Rice endorsed today among others. Well she did and I think that you know when you look at the range of endorsers especially today from Susan Rice and shoring up the foreign policy backing Joe Biden on domestically to have better work. Stand there along with Buddha judge or with char that makes a huge difference. Those are big signals sometimes. Endorsements don't matter at all in a campaign and we overestimate that but these were big Carolina. I'd like to read from you. The work of Jonathan Martin and Alex Burns over at your outfit very simply. The headline tells the story frozen in anxiety. How Democratic leaders leaders struggled to confront Bernie Sanders What is the story mean for the future potentially of the Democratic Party? Well it means a couple of things one if you look at that story part of the reason that they had a difficult time building consensus at that point around. Biden is because the campaign was really bad. The candidate was not reaching out to people as obvious as Harry Reid. The money was not coming in. Joe Biden was running in a very old fashioned way. He didn't have the base of say small donors and I think that story gets that and I think everyone should read. It is really the tension that might erupt if the Democrats are successful in kind of building up Biden as the Anti Bernie and prevailing like do they risk alienating. Some of the young people especially young men have gotten excited about Bernie Sanders to your first point. Sometimes people just like to be asked Harry. Reid came out in the last twenty four hours and endorsed but as they say that would have been nice lovely before the primary in his State. But actually you're raising a good point because today. I don't know if you've heard Biden's remarks he asked for people's help. He asked for their support. So somebody is sort of getting that message to him and Dunn Edwards a blatantly political question. What do you do about the split in the party? What do you do if you arrive at your convention? You'll be there and Bernie Sanders has slightly more of the delegates and that there's a group that wants to nominate Joe by first of all. I hope that we actually don't get to that point because I think it is really difficult. One and I would urge Democrats to stop running the Anti Bernie Campaign. They can run a campaign that elevates Joe Biden support coalescence around Joe Biden without sort of putting a knife in the Bernie Sanders supporters. I think that would be wrong for our party. And it certainly will not help us coming out of the Convention to have fully United Party. I mean Bernie has said that he's committed to that and I actually believe him on that point and I don't think he's GonNa be used as a pawn by Donald Trump. Should he not get the nomination but exit and that kind of exit is really important and so we have to figure that out? And I don't know yet whether burning might have enough to go into the convention and consolidate support and get the nomination. That could still happen. I do think for all you viewers watched Texas if Joe Biden does really well there I think in in Bernie a does well on Super Tuesday but Joe Biden has enough reason in enough momentum to to really challenge him in a number of places. I think there's a really good shot that we go and I'm not just saying this because I've dreamed about it as a reporter forever but that we go to a convention and have a contested convention you guys are on different teams just simply just because the anxiety for anti I get it. Zantac sales will spike Peter. I've got a tweet from Aaron. Blake over at the Washington Post again to keep things fair. Republican members of Congress haven't sent one tweet or press release mentioning Burris Ma or Hunter Biden since February seventh per alleged storm. One day after Biden Win South Carolina. Senator Johnson of Wisconsin sends this letter on a Sunday. No less Sometimes Peter the Republicans are Director. Never Ironic fifth well. Look you know. Burris wasn't necessary in the Republican. Playbook when Biden was down and out he was a fourth-place fifth-place finisher and the early primary states and they had bigger fish to fry at that point. It was Michael Bloomberg on the rise Bernie Sanders on the rise. They were focused on them. Now Biden of course is resurgent. You're going to hear a lot. More about Burris men Hunter Biden. And that's something that Democrats have to take into consideration is they picked their nominee because it is a subject. They're going to have to address the fall. If Joe Biden is their nominee either got to figure out how they're going to answer it how they're going to defend against going explain it. Some of these things can be dismissed as well. President trump was exaggerating. But there are some things that are genuinely troubling to a lot of voters even Democrats who have been disturbed by by some of what they've seen so this is a big factor in a way the Republicans are trying to stir the pot here before Super Tuesday. But it's a reminder that we're playing we're not playing ball and this is going to be a big contest come the fall. Whoever's the nominee Peter you're around to cover the Obama White House year among the former presidents biographers when people ask you what you saw of the relationship between President and Vice President? How easy was the relationship that kind of thing? How do you answer? That's a good question. I didn't start off that easy. In fact these are two very different kinds of personalities. They came from different generations. Different backgrounds different experience levels different introvert extrovert kind of ways of dealing with people but over the years they were together they really did bond in a pretty significant way. I think certainly you saw that by the time. Beau Biden died and Barack Obama gave the eulogy at the funeral. That was about as close a bonding moment as you can imagine between two political figures that doesn't necessarily mean he. He thought that Barack Oh so he thought that Joe Biden necessarily the best candidate to run this year. I think the Rock Obama had his concerns but now that we're facing a choice between Bernie Sanders and one other candidate. You can sorta see as as you put it as Kelly and her colleagues wrote the subtle hand of of Obama coming into play here which clearing the field to some extent of the the other Moderate alternatives that is a biden versus sanders. Kind of contest. Everybody Strap in Super Tuesday star. Hours are great thanks to Peter Baker to Caroline Ryan to Donna Edwards for starting off on manic

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"burris" Discussed on Scale The Podcast

Scale The Podcast

08:37 min | 2 years ago

"burris" Discussed on Scale The Podcast

"Again. It's going back to the same thing I really learned. The first go around is we need to make sure that all our systems and tools are actually recorded up to date so that when they come on board they can access everything they have. All the tools needed to be successful. And it's just it's that small little key that makes the big difference is just making sure all your systems all your scripts. All the information is available and up-to-date. That's right you guys because the second person is really a phone person who is kind of you know taking calls when somebody's interested in leasing property. So you had to actually teach them a little bit of sales a little bit of scripting. Let's talk. Yeah how did that work? What did you do in that scenario? So again it came down to them just Watching our screen at listening to us as we speak on the phone and it's a little bit different since they don't actually get to see the property they can photo wise but they don't actually get the physical properties but listening to our our US. Speak to these prospects coming in and them just knowing all amenities that can find online now Really did how okay. So that's a good question. Okay so I'm a real estate broker. I did a bunch of real estate stuff back in the day and one of the things that we had to do was teach our virtual assistance the different ZIP codes in the different areas and then also the property features so one thing that we did is we literally got a phone book ripped out the back in the back it had all the ZIP codes and like different areas. And and then they could just simply google. What's it like over in the East Sacramento area? Were in Sacramento California. And so they could find the top. You know things in that area how. How have you overcome like? They've never seen the property. They don't know you know whether it has a pool or doesn't have a pool a backyard. Or you know like how did you get over that Hump? Yeah and so. That's where it comes down to as these are unlicensed assistance. They are Veasley going off of what we're telling them and that's where incident. We basically had improve our system What all amenities are there More photos describable property is just getting more detail so that they can actually just look at our our notes system and just just repeat kind of what. What's there sometimes? It doesn't have a backyard in right there in the notes in Fono Yup fenced backyard. We allow pets. And they're done so it caused you guys to basically up the game when it came to details of the properties that you manage which probably changed everything in your system from when you first onboard new property to when you tell somebody it's available for for lease I mean before we probably getting phone calls from people asking about I. Did this have a fenced backyard out? Good enough photos or not enough photos or miss that you wouldn't know and so that really challenged us to art. We need to provide all that information and just make sure that everything's there which in turn helps our virtual assistance and also helps our marketing as well right. What's interesting too is your in that space. Where every scaling business? There's this like this small tribe of people that have everything wrapped in their brain. And then you add somebody new and you're like oh I've got a document. Everything has that hasn't been painful for. Your internal team has absolately. We're still battling that today. We're finding new processes that we thought we had documented properly or everything there and we don't and so It's just it's challenging us to become better in using documents of moving forward as we bring on more people. It's going to be a lot easier. What's that like for you as a leader? You have twelve folks that report to you and I wonder if sometimes they give you a little pushback for documenting. They're like I don't have time for that or now. You're asked me to do one more thing like however have you bridged that gap with your direct reports like me challenging. What I like to do and what I have done is when an issue occurs from lack of documentation like to call a meeting around that and just start them from the beginning all right. This is what happened and this is where we're at and show them where the lack of documentation has caused that gap and just kind of opens author is a little bit or where they can actually see why it's important and issues on it causes okay. So it's just a full transparency. Your Alita likes include others and you pull them together and you say hey. This is what happened and this is why. I think we need to shift what we're doing. And how have they responded to that to that approach once they actually see What causes and what they can do to prevent that then they're onboard and saw spinning a little bit more extra time with him. Sean. Why what? It's so interesting because that is leadership is just spinning the time to communicate. Have them understand the why behind what they're doing and then get everybody on the same page and then move forward and improve your processes that it? That's pure leadership. Did it come natural to you? Do they come on? No not at all you just you just figuring out as you go. Yeah it's trial and error right you try to love it. I love it Okay so what? What advice would you give to? Property meanders thinking about virtual assistance. We talked before the show and I said Hey. Property Management hasn't yet as an industry wrap wrap their brain around virtual assistant. So what advice would you give somebody? Who's considering this to help them? Grow and scale their property management practice. So I just take a look at Your Business and see where you need the leverage Don't need you know a live person in your office. The may be answered phones or do work workers you can monitor sat out a with virtual professional Which in turn will give you more time to get out there in the field check needs properly showing these properties in a league style. And so just look at where you can leverage your business where you don't need an actual physical body right and then go that route Usually that's phone calls a lot of phone calls actually and you're going to help with that. Maybe it's data entry as well including new information new properties. Updating your your database. Yeah they can also help lead generate making some phone calls mulling with leads and so just if it's basically done online you have a cloud. Everything saved online. That's where you can really leverage with a virtual professional. I love it. I love it. And what is the benefit to you guys as a company and you know I haven't prepaid. We didn't talk about this before. But what do you see the value to your company of working with virtual professionals so value for us. What we're getting right now is. We're getting more phone calls answered when we get more phone calls answered that's more properties that releasing or actually leasing properties out faster and more throughout the month and so that that that's a big benefit to us Work Mission based in so. That's how we get paid and so it's super critical that we get these properties leased. Yeah you're like let's get these things done right absolutely. I love it man all right window. It's been awesome. Thank you so much for your time. I really appreciate you sharing all this and I know you're a pioneer in the industry. You're obviously a great leader and I just want to appreciate on you for sharing today. I appreciate you taking the time to speak with me today. All right man have a great day. You too thanks..

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"burris" Discussed on Scale The Podcast

Scale The Podcast

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"burris" Discussed on Scale The Podcast

"Your two new virtual assistance. What have you learned so far in that process? Hey everybody Daniel Ramsay here and I want to tell you about an extraordinary offer to take action and start scaling Your Business Right now. You know I get a lot of questions about how to Grow Your Business. Generate more revenue and reduce expenses and the answer is simple. It's my out desk virtual assistance. My out desk offers five-star virtual assistant services to thousands of business professionals across the United States and making our clients over one hundred million dollars in revenue every year. Our customers absolutely love our virtual assistance and I want to give you the opportunity to learn exactly why simply text the word 'em od. Maude two three one. Nine nine six and we're going to give you a free double my business strategy. Call where you work. One on one with one of our business grows specialists to design an action strategy for growth and cost savings in your business. We're GONNA give you over. Twenty growth and strategy guides a market force personality indicator and important business checklist and hiring guides. My out desk admins can help manage your office. Your sales you're marketing pipeline. And even help you Lee generate and follow up and during this. Call your learn exactly how you can put them into your business right now so again techs 'em od two three one nine nine six and get a free double my business strategy call right now and learn how my out desk can transform your business today.

Shooting at 'Real Housewives of Atlanta' star's restaurant leaves 3 injured; manhunt for gunman

Lenz on Business

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Shooting at 'Real Housewives of Atlanta' star's restaurant leaves 3 injured; manhunt for gunman

"Police detectives looking for the man who shot three people at a popular restaurant in east point last night W. espys robin Wilensky reports the Valentine's day violence as people trying to eat dinner and have a good time at the very popular place the restaurant L. G. old lady gang owned by real housewives of Atlanta star candy Burris the show airs on

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3 shot at restaurant owned by ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ star

Money Matters with Gary Goldberg

00:13 sec | 2 years ago

3 shot at restaurant owned by ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ star

"Number three people have been wounded in the Valentine's day shooting at a restaurant owned by real housewives of Atlanta star candy Burris and her husband police say a man entered the restaurant just outside Atlanta last night and shot a man two bystanders were

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Atlanta: Three people shot at Old Lady Gang restaurant

Lawn and Garden

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Atlanta: Three people shot at Old Lady Gang restaurant

"Three people shot at the popular restaurant owned by a candy Burris from the real housewives of Atlanta the violence and O. L. G. old lady gang on market place Boulevard in east point here's channel two action news reporter Justin will fund we talk to the woman who told us her brother is a cook here while they would back there cooking as though they do for a good shot of the model was let me see the customers went to the back where they were the victims have not yet been identified the manager here at LG Ted there in disbelief that something like this would happen here and on Valentine's day

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3 shot at eatery owned by 'Real Housewives' star

Dana Loesch

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

3 shot at eatery owned by 'Real Housewives' star

"Hour gunfire Friday night at a celebrity your own metro Atlanta restaurant leaves three people wounded he's point probably say about eight PM a gunman walked into the old lady gang to restaurant owned by real housewives of Atlanta star can be Burris and started shooting channel two action news Justin will farm reports from the same please tell us a man walked into the business and shot another man it sounds like that's the man he was looking for because police are telling us now the other two people shot here were innocent bystanders please do tell us all three victims should recover the suspect got away manager of the business service he shocked that the shooting happened on

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"burris" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"burris" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Gals spoke with Dr Howard Burris president of the American society of clinical oncology American society of clinical oncology is releasing its annual report on progress being made against cancer doctor give us a run down of this report and any advancements being made yes thank you for the opportunity to highlight this today the world cancer day which is a worldwide initiative brought forth by the union for international cancer control is a call to action for every individual to be personally committed to reducing the impact of cancer care and in affecting the people they love in the world to with this is a great day to release a report at the fifteenth annual clinical cancer dances report and this year we choose and the refinement of the surgical treatment of cancer as our dance of the year I think that'll take some folks by surprise with all the excitement about new pill therapies in immunotherapies but how those therapies are impacting the treatment of cancer from a social perspective is highlighted in this report what are the stats right now doctor for all types of cancer will dispatch today the incidence is continuing to increase of an aging population we need to continue to conduct screening programs for earlier attacks in which is better results but we're also seeing a marked improvement in survival so that's been seen across the border more taxi rapidly perceived protein twenty million cancer survivors in this country the spear piece of greatly impacted outcome so across the board that's been a very promising fact for patients and physicians alike let's go over some policy issues that will impact the future of cancer research here in the US yes asco.

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Top election security official details past, current and future threats

Morning Edition

09:02 min | 2 years ago

Top election security official details past, current and future threats

"Will the twenty twenty elections be secure from interference either foreign or domestic yesterday I asked you shall be Pearson she is the first ever intelligence community election threats executive she was appointed by then director of national intelligence Dan coats in July of two thousand and nineteen her job is to work with intelligence agencies like the CIA the FBI the NSA and the department of homeland security to identify and fight actors that are trying to interfere with our voting process the Russians for example are already engaging in influence operations relative to candidates going into twenty twenty but we do not have evidence at this time that our adversaries are directly looking at interfering with vote counts or the vote tallies is it fair to say we don't know what Russia is going to do yet I think that is a fair characterization and I would also say that this is in a rush only problem were still also concerned about China a Ron non state actors hacktivist and frankly I've certainly for DHS an FBI even Americans that might be looking to undermine confidence in the elections after Russia interfered in the twenty sixteen election there was this push for transparency about attempts to influence our elections Pearson told me she's walking the line between not wanting to frighten people but also wanting to keep them informed transparency enables resilience and sunlight is the best disinfectant so the more that we talk about the threat potentially more we empower voters to understand this as merely a reality of today's landscape and that despite all of those challenges were managing them or countering them and they should vote you are constantly doing the calculus on this you are constantly trying to figure out is it worth saying it now is it worth waiting and seeing how much of a threat it is absolutely would you say that's a daily occurrence the challenge for us is that for anyone who has any tenure in the intelligence community we're in the business of rats so we're we're seeing information day in and day out and I think the challenges to your point windows that mature enough to the point where it's either actionable where the target can take meaningful counter measures so that it is stopped in its tracks so to speak all the way to are we gonna reveal this because it'll help raise awareness and sensitize people this sounds like a very difficult balancing act the US intelligence community agrees that Russia interfered in the twenty sixteen election to benefit president trump and hurt Hillary Clinton president trump has openly joked about Russia interfering the twenty sixteen election in fact he appeared to joke with Vladimir Putin about it at times he doesn't appear to take this threat seriously that has to make your job harder we are looking at the spectrum of information that comes into us day in and day out to enable all the missions and that can continue frankly unencumbered by any of the comments or political discourse that you hear globally about this topic I will say that the intelligence community has the authorities it needs it has the resources it needs and when we have needed the president to relate warnings for example most recently to Mr Lavrov in Russia he has done so Sergei Lavrov we have to just explain what you mean short I think the interagency process not just the intelligence community has strongly encouraged leaders whether that includes president trump or secretary state pump hail or secretary defense Mister asper to relay information to our international colleagues that interfering in the US elections is unacceptable to United States and that type of messaging is very important in terms of ensuring the global cognizance that this is an activity that will not be tolerated in any way shape or form you don't feel yourself having to work around president trump not at all here are some things that we're learning now last week a private American company area one security reported that it he discovered that Russia had successfully compromised Ukrainian energy conglomerate which includes Burris mother company at the center of the impeachment this is a private company saying it detected interference in Ukraine which could indicate interference in the U. S. selection the method by which Russia interfered with this conglomerate with the same thing that they did in two thousand sixteen to us why was it not the US government that told us about what happened about Russia hacking charisma I think this is a really important point because frankly there is a whole consortium of players in this landscape which include private security firms and in fact not just international infrastructure organizations like Beres mine but frankly even some of our state and local elections their cyber security comes from private security firms so those organizations will actually have deeper and technical insight into those networks before the intelligence community well these private companies do they share information with the US intelligence community well I think many of these firms particularly larger ones will sell reports based upon the information that they have access to and some of that's very important to complement the holdings that we have in the intelligence community are you saying those private security companies are also selling intelligence to the United States government yes they can sell their services and some of the most common of firms FireEye and crowds strike and in fact I think those two firms for example have done really good work we're based upon the analysis and expertise and information analysis that they do resident within those firms those are products and services that they can sell to the US government I am surprised to hear that private companies are selling information to the US intelligence community information that the US intelligence community itself does not have am I being naive well it's not necessarily a knife Hey I think it really needs to be an open discussion about why is the landscape the way it is and frankly I think many Americans might have concerns about the US federal government Big Brother having technical access to a full spectrum of networks I think they're really needs to be an open debate about that before people presume that the intelligence community should have a presence on everyone's at work do you see that debate happening I think it's one that's burgeoning certainly because I sometimes no well I feel that the intelligence community is held accountable for a lot of information that it's not necessarily doesn't have access to or isn't part of its mission improve you we know that Americans are spreading misinformation sometimes they're doing it deliberately sometimes they're not at all doing it deliberately it can be a post on social media that we don't know is fake is that a bigger threat to the election then foreign interference well I think there's two aspects of that you know let's be very clear that of course the federal government encourages and once as broad and free speech as possible that is a principle of our country and it's probably one of the most valuable cornerstones of our society so we want people to engage in public exchange political exchange and to have that freedom unfettered from foreign interference but at the same time I think we also want to make sure that if we or the firms involved are aware that this information is foreign sponsored and is covert in terms of its sponsorship to the user we want to do everything we can to manage that information you say that the American public needs to be cognizant that misinformation is out there we also know that Americans increasingly live in very partisan spaces that much of the media that they're looking at takes one position or another is there anything at all that you can do to deal with the fact that more than ever we are bifurcated nation we are people who believe different things I would ask that all press outlets be introspective about their role frankly in civil society in terms of journalistic ethics and where they fit in to providing nonpartisan information factually based information and I think that's part of this issue that the intelligence community doesn't necessarily have a direct role in this but I think we're trying to raise cognizance an awareness across all of these constituencies that we all frankly have a role in a variety of capacities encountering this right what about the president of the United States being false or misleading statements well I think the challenge is whether or not that's being promulgated or deliberately fomented by a foreign intelligence service or foreign government and I think that's the type of information that if we have holdings within the intelligence community we're gonna certainly look to share that information as broadly as needed to stop it sounds like what you're saying is if the president says some and false other countries can use that to their advantage I think the challenge for us is not necessarily the accuracy of an individual statement but as I mentioned on this issue of whether or not an intelligence service a foreign government is using it for manipulative purposes particularly purposes that are covert here in the United States and that's where we we want to step in Shelly Pearson intelligence community election threats executive miss Pearson thank you so much for coming in thank you for

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Russians hacked Ukrainian firm connected to impeachment

Morning Edition

04:45 min | 2 years ago

Russians hacked Ukrainian firm connected to impeachment

"Russian military hackers targeted the company at the center of president trump's impeachment charisma where is my you will remember is Ukrainian kommt Ukrainian conglomerate hunter Biden served on it's board president trump later pushed Ukraine to investigate hunter Biden and his father Joe Biden now a California based security firm called area one says this fall Russian hackers succeeded in getting into Burris miss email system or talk which is the co founder of area one and he work for the National Security Agency from two thousand six to two thousand thirteen good morning Sir good morning what have you and we're happy to have you here what is your company find evidence of exactly this so what we've uncovered is that the same Russian cyber actors who targeted the DNC in two thousand sixteen have been actively launching fishing campaign against employees of recent holdings and its subsidiaries at the try to steal their email user names and passwords okay tell us about these Russian hackers this is the G. are you right yeah they're they're fully with the Russian government they have a long history of conducting attacks against Mr how could you still there Warren how could you still there the one which is the co founder of area one and he is talking to us about the G. R. U. Russian hackers infiltrating per is not the Ukrainian energy company Mr mistrust let me have you continue the G. R. U. these are Russian hackers they infiltrated the Democratic National Committee and the the Clinton campaign at one point now you're saying that they have infiltrated charisma the Ukrainian energy company was it was the attack successful well the first thing was certainly a successful and in ninety five percent of the time when their damages in cyber security it's as a result the fishing and once you have the user names and passwords for employees email account there's quite a lot that can be done you can observe all of the pizza that contained within your email imagine you know if I could just see what's in your email you know files are you can also launch further acticin canteens and you can use that data to do quite a lot to move throughout the companies that work do you know what the Russian hackers were looking for in burrs Missy mills no we don't make any claims about that what we observe is that he's fishing attacks were successful we in our report because of some great **** to explain why fishing campaigns are successful because they use an air of authenticity in that authenticity is very successful at tricking users to come on winning victims for the use separate campaigns so we do know though or what we assume we know is that Russian hackers have got emails from the employees of this Ukrainian conglomerate that we could say for certain we're sure of what we know is that they were able to access the user names and passwords okay for the employees of reefer and from there you know they're able to proceed likely what's in those accounts come to the attention of your firm this is the mission of our company is to stop texting attacks around the world and in doing so we pull technology allows us to discover the origins of campaigns as well as to learn from those so that our customers can be protected I wonder at companies are repelling phishing attacks all of the time I think we we know that at this point Christmas is such a major player in the energy sector do you think this is could be a random attempt on an obvious target well it's the it's certainly the timing of it as it's related to the upcoming two thousand twenty elections is curious who you know we we don't make it we don't have any understanding of that okay given your expertise you mention the twenty twenty campaign what can the campaign's due to guard against these types of intrusions well the candidates as well it all works and organizations can be corrected with taking action to stop itching attacks that means the use of specialized technology awareness for their employees and really learning from the types of patterns that make what the Russians did to Greece Moffett Dick it unsuccessful in country several networks okay so everyone's got to be careful Orin focal it's of the security firm area one thank you so much and I should know the last night in PR asked for a comment from Bristol holding so we're still waiting for a

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US lawmakers clash over impeachment charges against Trump

CNN's The Daily DC

09:06 min | 3 years ago

US lawmakers clash over impeachment charges against Trump

"Today. The House Judiciary Committee is marking up. The articles of impeachment in a confrontational televised hearing. Were also learning new details about the inevitable Senate trial early next year. I've got to fantastic guests. Tell me unpack all the news of the day in a few minutes. We'll be talking with White White House correspondent for American Urban Radio Networks that CNN. Political analyst. April Ryan but I I'm joined by my colleague. CNN producer and reporter the relentless Marshall. Cohen Marshall Thank you so much for being here on the podcast. Thank you David so I want you to hear a little bit of sound from today's hearings now just I said marking up. The what is happening here is actually like the normal legislative process. What you know when When a bill gets introduced in committee it gets marked up that means each side? Has the ability need to make amendments to the bill change it and the committee homes that bill and then passes that to the full House and that is what is happening with these articles of impeachment. Now of course. The Democrats crafted these articles. They're very comfortable with the language and they're trying to change anything. Republicans are being given the opportunity Obviously To be able to slow roll this day make their political points Try to amend the articles but they're outvoted time and time again. procedurally These two articles are likely to be passed out of committee before the day is done and then onto the house floor for a vote next week. But that's the process. Here's the rhetoric I want you to I hear hear from Congresswoman Pramilla Jal of Washington state will any one of my colleagues on the other side. Say that it is an abuse of power to condition aid to condition aid on official acts. We'll forget about president trump. Aw Forget about President. Trump is any one of my colleagues willing to say that it is ever okay for President of the United States of America to invite foreign interference in our elections. Not a single one of you has has said that so far what I heard jibe. How say this Marshall? Today my ears perked up because she was really trying to remove donald trump from the equation and really focus on the fact that Republicans on the hill. Her colleagues on the other side of that day are would from her perspective blindly in lockstep with him no matter what so her her whole arguments here stripped him out of it. Are you okay with this presidential behavior. We've heard from a couple of Republicans. Mike Turner of Ohio will hurt Texas that have indicated the the phone call with Dolinsky that trump's language was not okay. I mean I think Turner used that that exact phrase Mr President. This is not okay yet. He fully does oppose impeachment She wishes it. Was that simple though. You could just strip trump out right hand mant trying to make an argument larger about Republicans here right about being just blindly lockstep with him. But they don't agree with her on the merits of this. Either right she's she said said two things she said trump Conditioned official acts on these favors number one and number two solicited election help from Ukraine crane. Now Democrats are in lockstep. That that's what happened Most outside observers that are acting in good faith would say that that is apparently apparently what happened but the Republicans dispute both of those right they say number one there was no direct proof that trump conditioned the military aid aide on the investigation. And you didn't hear that From anyone not even sunland right. Who said a Gordon Sunland the US ambassador to the U.? You who said that. It was conditioned on the White House invitation but not necessarily the military and then secondly we've been hearing this all day from Republicans today they're not conceding the ground that this was trump soliciting election. Help they're still arguing and they've been doing all day that this was trump trying to crack down down on corruption because Burris MMA The Ukrainian energy company was corrupt. And Joe Biden's son Hunter Biden was involved with these corrupt crooked get actors so problem with the ground. Marshall can you point to all the other places that Donald Trump has made it policy to fight corruption and using Presidential Oval Office meetings meetings and Military aid is a way to accomplish cycle no and the Republicans are acting in bad faith by pushing both of these points it strains credulity ability it it defies logic. It's it's not a good faith. Argument here is perhaps a better argument from the Republicans that I wanted to hear from a Republican Congressman of California in Utah McClintock. His argument is really neither of those things. It is that the president has the ability to set policy here. And what is At core in McClintock's point of view here is all of these witnesses. You've heard from data policy disagreement of the way he was managing the Ukraine relationship relationship and priority. Here's McClintock MR chairman. The constitution introduces the President. With fifteen words. Executive Power shall be vested in a president under the United States of America. It does not vest any authority in Lieutenant colonels the NFC Ambassador State Department officials are Cabinet Secretaries Rotarians the only authority that these officials exercise is delegated to them by the president so all of the criticisms and resentments Johnson personal and political disagreements. That we've heard from those officials are completely irrelevant. I give him some credit there for making a a constitutional to tional argument on the constitutional question of impeachment. Is he right well. The president does get to set the policy but if the the policy is essentially that the United States government should be used to help the re election of Donald J trump then okay. The president sets that policy but it's in his own personal interest. The outcome of that official policy is for his his personal benefit and as Democrats describe it. What you just described is in violation of the Constitution and the oath of office that he swore You know when he became president. That is Nancy Pelosi's ultimate point right when when we discussed this yesterday. Whenever she's pressed on the politics of this she she goes to her oath of office to protect and defend and uphold the constitution and that the president violated that very oath that he also takes? Ah On she's not you know hooting and hollering and making a big show out of this in many ways. It's been very much reluctant march to get here. And and you know I think the strongest proof of that is that when Nancy Pelosi in the Democrats took over in January of this year. They didn't impeach anybody they didn't even they tried to snuff out talk of impeachment and anytime did any of the more Liberal members of their caucus started bringing it up Pelosi's he just shot it down over and over the are largely here. I think it's pretty clear that they are here because they feel like the president forced them to do this that he was so so unconstitutional and so much putting the integrity of our next election at stake that they had to do it period. So where do we go from here. Marshall so These articles get passed out of committee. Today I assume on a party line vote. We have no indication that there's a Democrat on judiciary. WHO's not in favor of these? These articles of impeachment and judiciary is known to be a a more partisan committee of all the committees on on Capitol Hill And then we see action on the House floor Lord but what happens between now and then yeah right so the question is going to be. How many Democrats are going to break ranks and joined the Republicans a few have already stated their opposition? No big surprises there I think that the the same guys that voted against authorizing the inquiry are going to be voting against impeachment number two of those Jeff Andrew of of New Jersey and Colin Peterson of Minnesota. That's right so no big surprise there I don't think that anybody really believes that. Either of these articles of impeachment each mint will get voted down by the house. It seems like there's a They've crossed that threshold based off of where we are right now. That could change but You know is it going to issue going to drop. Is Nancy Pelosi to lose more to this. Point where it's kind of embarrassing and people will sort of get second thoughts and feel like it's limping. Something over to the Senate or will they keep it in the low single digits. Maybe you can count it on one hand and say well it's too bad that we didn't get any Republicans but look we still have a clear majority very few defections and we did our jobs and now we'll kick it over to our colleagues in the upper

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Fiona Hill, David Holmes Expected to Testify on Ukraine Pressure Campaign

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:25 sec | 3 years ago

Fiona Hill, David Holmes Expected to Testify on Ukraine Pressure Campaign

"Also yesterday house committee chairman Adam Schiff question ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sunland now your opening statement you confirm that there was a quid pro quo between the White House meeting and the investigations into Burris ma and the twenty sixteen election that Giuliani was publicly promoting is that right correct today lawmakers will hear from former White House adviser Fiona hill and David Holmes a political counselor at the US embassy in

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Trump directed Ukraine quid pro quo, key witness says

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 years ago

Trump directed Ukraine quid pro quo, key witness says

"European Union ambassador Gordon son one has been testifying at the impeachment and Corey on Capitol Hill someone says president trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani pushed a political quid pro quo with Ukraine at the express direction of the president of the United States someone says he didn't want to work with Giuliani but an opportunity to cement relations with Ukraine would have been lost so we follow the president's orders Simon says he didn't realize Joe Biden was connected to investigating the oil company Burris my can't recall the exact date the light bulb went on it could have been as late as once the transcript was out president trump has insisted he did nothing wrong with Ukraine that's what I want for me great as well as well I want nothing I said it twice the president says he doesn't know Gordon son went very well and hasn't spoken to him much at Donahue Washington

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Major Takeaways From Tuesday's Impeachment Hearings

The Young Turks

07:00 min | 3 years ago

Major Takeaways From Tuesday's Impeachment Hearings

"Today was a big day for the public hearings on the impeachment. Investigation number of trump administration administration officials did testify. One of those officials. Was Kurt. Volker who is no longer a trump administration official but he was formally The special envoy in Ukraine now his testimony publicly apparently is different from what he said privately. So let me give you the details IOS according to Various sources The week writes in his original closed door testimony when asked if there was any talk of investigating the Biden's in July ten and meeting with Ukrainian defence leader Volker repeatedly answered no but when appearing publicly before the House Intelligence Committee on Tuesday Volker reverse that statement on Tuesday Volker acknowledged that Gordon Psalm land the US ambassador to the EU brought up the investigations and that he found it inappropriate in fact in the next clip. That you're about to watch. He discusses what he really feels about the demand for the Biden investigations nations. This references the conversation. I had with Mr Giuliani as well where I think. The the allegations against Vice President Biden ourselves serving bringing and not credible so the fact that he says that it self serving is important because one of the trump defenses that we commonly hear from Republicans is it. What's the big deal? Quid pro quo. We do it all the time right. I mean we do. We make these deals with foreign leaders. Yeah you make the deals with foreign leaders in in an effort to do what's in the best interest of America overall. Not what's in the best interest of the president or his political campaign which was the case with Donald Trump trump or the very least in the best interests of the American military industrial complex but not for individual politicians Yeah and it also undercuts. I I know that a lot of right wingers had been expecting that he might sort of come up hint that well you know there were concerns about Biden at the time. Like that's that's one of the main like one of the main three. I guess defenses if the trump was that obviously issues of Biden and his family and so you cannot say that it was weird to bring it up but he's pointing out that no the people in the meeting knew that there was no legitimate reason talking about investigation by that time and in previous testimony We learned that the investigation into the Biden's makes no sense because the accusation Asian by trump is that Biden wanted to get rid of a prosecutor in Ukraine who was investigating Burris MMA but now we have multiple support people who are part of trump's administration. Saying no that prosecutor who got fired first of all the international community wanted him to get fired because the investigation was a stagnant and that particular prosecutor was corrupt. And so you say that. And it's so simple so easy understand but even that very easy to under the understanding in like three months that this scandal has been in the public like attention. You can't accept that. No I still think no no by Biden project to them so I get your perspective and you're right you're definitely right but also at the same time like this is why the giant conflict of interest of having Hunter Hunter Hunter Biden. Serve on. That board is coming back to bite. Biden You know because you really shouldn't have been on that board. Let's keep it real honest about that. Might China have a big conversation where we finally take stock of the fact. That nepotism is a huge thing in American politics and American business in America entertainment and music and the media and all of that and we we strip all those people that positions that make them actually earn what they get. Ben Sure we get rid of Hunter Biden in you. Know Jared Kushner doesn't have his job and you get the trump's aren't running the trump organization Shen and Meghan McCain's off the view and everything. I think we can totally have that conversation. It's probably long overdue. But that is not what Donald Trump was trying to do. It is so disingenuous of the right to pretend that that trump actually cared about hunter by not insofar as hurts the credibility of Biden an election but because Hunter Biden being on that board means well. That's really hurting the energy sector of Ukraine. I won't stand for it. No Look I. One hundred percent agree with you and think about Donald Trump and the nepotism within his own administration. I mean two of his top advisors are family members who have absolutely no business serving in the White House or in any form of government for that matter. Yeah so One other quote from volkers testimony that I wanNA share with you. He said quote. I participated in on the July ten meeting between National Security Adviser Bolton and then Ukrainian chairman of the National Security and Defense Council. Alex Danube Daniel loop. Who has the best name I love? Because as a reminder The meeting was essentially over when ambassador. Gordon solid again. Gordon Sahlin keeps coming coming up Made a generic comment about investigations. I think all of us thought it was inappropriate. The conversation did not continue and the meeting concluded. Yeah so can I just talk briefly about So Volker his what he just said a little bit different in some substantive ways from what you said earlier silent was the earlier version of that he originally originally said no quid pro quo totally not. And he's like sorry I meant quid pro quo. It's easy to get this to mix up and you know why the reason why changes testimony is because his testimony conflicted did a great deal from the testimony given by other trump administration officials exactly in. So that's what's really interesting about. The Republicans didn't want the closed door hearings. They also coincidentally don't want the public ones but they didn't want the private ones but the thing that the private ones brought was they had multiple people come in talk about what they knew and then when stuff started to come out from it some of them started to realize like oh it's gonna be really hard to sustain what I told them or best case scenario some of them their memories jogged or whatever and so now they're story is changing especially when they have apparently come to the understanding that they work for a guy that would love to throw them under a bus and they. They don't want to be the person who goes down for this Gordon San's like this was just fun man. I just spent a million dollars. I thought it'd be cool to be ambassador for a few years. I don't WanNa go to jail for Donald Trump. And so if Gordon Gordon Sunland tells the truth or at the very least avoids going to jail for perjury or something like that. Then at the very least from his point of view it passes the buck to Rudy Giuliani. Who can go to jail right? And I think that it is honestly given what we've heard 'cause look we know that investigations into trump don't necessarily work out out the way that you would expect them to. Even if there's overwhelming evidence you know the obstruction of justice outlined in the report is just so clear but all the people surrounding funding Donald Trump who engaged in any type of criminal activity paid the consequences. So if I had to take a bet on. The fate of Rudy Giuliani Donald. Trump's personal lawyer. He's in a lot of trouble. And trump will throw him under a bus as soon as it's convenient for him to do so.

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"burris" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"burris" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"The Burris Mar the biz Boris my bike maybe you'll created an appearance of conflict of interest and I think John John someone should go further and say well you know not only that but the state department under Obama said that they were corrupt that's a big deal that's a big if in deal three that said though Bob with them on a hot money can testified states sentiments were so strong that he personally intervened in twenty sixteen to stop a joint project between one of his departments agencies and Boris must so he was there in twenty sixteen when asked why he answered Burris my had a poor reputation in the business and I didn't think it was appropriate for the US government to be close sponsoring something with a company that had a bad reputation well that's being generous if you go back to the undersecretary of state at the time she said the Burris mill was corrupt let's bring that up in testimony nobody ever asks questions but anyway he goes on what we have a link to this Valentine a common sure we can read it on your own time but it is interesting because what John Solomon's been saying all along and the mainstream media now are demanding the hill retract these Jon Solomon the saying that ships committee in his witnesses of already confirmed every thing that he wrote did you know most chronic back problems are caused by compression from the dispute coming that are in there as we get older hi I'm doctor Martin off of disorders of America gal to if you're suffering from back or neck pain don't go too painful dangers of basic procedures in fact if you have an MRI scan I will look.

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"burris" Discussed on CincyBrewcast

CincyBrewcast

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"burris" Discussed on CincyBrewcast

"You got you we talk about kind of knowing who you are. Do you have to kind of be a little flexible flexible with that. As things are changing though too because like I said that the Industry today is not the same as it was when he opened on. I think that's that's what you're seeing with some of the berries he's to is like they. They went into this with a goal in mind. As to what this Burris GonNa look like but then market kinda dictates where where you go and it's up to you to either You know adjust and calculate where you're going wing to go or you die and I think sometimes reasons sight of that Either that or they you were the two hardline. Or they're too hard line. Yeah I mean it is. It's top right now like you either got A. You have to be flexible but I thank. You don't WanNa be so flexible that you're sacrificing our identity. Yeah kind of picking and choosing your battles. Where do you see all of this going in the next couple of years breweries? I think you'll see more breweries but I think you'll see more closing to Unfortunately for better or for worse. I think there's going to be a retraction on I. I still think that for a while. We're going to outpace who is opening versus where we as I don't disagree and I think they'll be. They'll be like your neighborhood pubs type breweries but I think at some point Dano.

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"burris" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

11:11 min | 3 years ago

"burris" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Chris Burris engineer owner of S. yes research stays with us we're talking about carbon sixty this a molecule that seems to extend the life of rats for example now before we get into some of the that the benefits of C. sixty the medical benefits the health benefits is one of backtrack Chris again because we kind of glossed over this and and I think it's worth mentioning this one of the things that they've they've found out these Nobel Prize winners about carbon sixty and you mentioned this in passing was that it has some sort of a quantum affect it can it appears that it can behave as both a wave and a particle us so I mean why do you think is that significant I mean is if if if it has a quantum property and it's inside us could could that be responsible for some of the the benefits I I think I think that we don't understand you you were still quantum physics were real this still early stages really trying to understand it and and I've actually never heard even your question I've never heard people talking about kind of the quantum physics as it relates to biology so the the rate you know the real answer is possibly right I mean we know it's a known antioxidant unknown anti inflammatory but yeah this is it is pretty novel behavior in a in a in a molecule right and it's the largest molecule that a good that this behavior so and and and the the results that we're getting I mean for me to if I start at and we're gonna talk about him but if I the more I keep telling you the benefits that people are reporting it really kind of causes people to believe lesson what's happening and an armed again on that as suspicious as the as questioning if anybody out there that's my scientific nature and so I understand but I'm you know I'm getting these phone calls and these things are happening to people and their pets and and all of this maybe you're right maybe this quantum behavior is something that that has is contributing in some way okay so what are you hearing okay so anytime that I start talking about the benefits I certainly have to say the FDA hasn't evaluated the product is not intended to treat diagnose cure or prevent any disease this is really important to check those that box right some most consistent testimonial from our customers almost across the board is better sleep right and I don't know I I recently read a book called why we sleep it's an amazing book it's one of the scariest books certainly as it pertains to speak that I've ever read because it just outlines when you don't get enough sleep you know that that your did you what happens to your heart what happens to you can actually it with going without sleep he can't can appear to have diabetes even when you normally don't like to have adverse effects on how your body processes and so on it it affect your memory so all of these horrible things happen when you don't get enough sleep and with the fact that our customers are consistently reporting that they're getting better sleep I kind of one of my theories is that without better sleep is actually contributing to all the other health benefits that they're getting and what's really kind of interesting about better sleep is this is a product that our customers actually cute you know everything that we're learning is from customer feedback our customers are telling us that Hey sometimes when I take it later in the evening it'll keep me up so well our recommendation is that you take that five mills or teaspoon per day in the morning and imagine like the current sleep aids on the market in that book why we sleep they talk about it's a two billion dollar industry and really these these drugs that you take right before you go to sleep they knock you out they relieve the chemical pressure that causes you to desire to sleep but they actually don't let you get in Ranma rem sleep so we're kind of and and in the long haul very detrimental to you our product if you take it in the morning people report mental acuity better focus and then better sleep that night I've never heard of any kind of sleep aid that you take in the morning that you want to sleep so this is like an unintended consequence do you think well yeah and and again I think if we if we think about we all I think as a society we we do a lot of hand waving we say sleep is important but then on the other side like and that you have something else to do right right right it is really important unless you need to work harder or you need to party hard or whatever it is and in that book while we sleep really just talks about health no we need to we need to change this this can't be hand waving anymore it's gonna be Hey you need to get and they talk about a sleep opportunity you need to get at least in the average is about seven hours of sleep opportunity every night and if you don't do this this has very specific and very detrimental affects you so if you're getting that sleep right because it's able to help you sleep deep for all or faster if that's a possibility and actually I am working with I've reached out to the author of that book trying to get a sleep study going because it's easy for people who own sweet labs to do speech studies I can just tell you I think that right like that's that's all I can do acts of got some pretty good testimonials out of it as it relates to sleep I've got a business coach his testimony was for fifty years he needed a an alarm clock to wake up as soon as he got on the C. sixty zero formulation he's been waking up before the alarm clock and then act there's times where he's gone off of it and again we need to the alarm clock and then got back on it in in in wakes up before the alarm clock so I like those kind of binary things at night my sleep is quote unquote better it's Hey here's something very specific that happens to me when I'm on this year she sixty ego formulation all right let's grab a call here on the wildcard line when he's in Chicago tonight this morning Wayne hello welcome to coast well your resume on terminal tall too how are you all right listen just one question have you have you guessed been able to surely the anti bacterial and anti viral properties of C. sixty yes so yes Wayne thank her for call in and ask and so one of the testimonials that we we've gotten which is which is very interesting is re late into the herpes virus right so there's like a guy in my office who who for years that we've worked together we would get you know cold sores on his mouth any walk around with the little napkin like drying up these cold sores since he started this you sixty evil formulation he he no longer gets cold sores now the way he describes it is he always knew when a cold sore was coming there would be like of a little tickling sensation or something and will still get the tickling since it says ten station but it never breaks we also have another testimonial of a German and he was talking about the other kind of herpes and how is it how is it kind of created the outbreaks of that herpes so we certainly know that it's got good anti rather solemn antiviral and even mentioned early on the show that the C. sixty molecule had the right shape to fit in one of the receptors of the HIV virus and was able to do you know make sure that the age of your are liars was not able to reproduce as as far as anti bacterial off of the top of my head I'm not I'm not sure of any anti bacterial affects but yeah antiviral I feel like we've got a couple of good testimonials I've just seen it with my own eyes like this is a business partner for fifteen years who would get cold sores and he hasn't had a cold sore since he's been on this issue sixty evil formulation thank you for the call berries in South Carolina very good morning welcome to coast hello record what a pleasure it is to speak to you once again I was my friend call or it was that I got to pay you a little problem that report your careers Hey I hear her it is just been added to cursed with your nori after yours now and I'll predict that your order will be there well no I'm just I'm just doing what I can and I'm happy to be here but thank you very for that well you're welcome and I'm telling you you deserve it and careers a bioterrorist and your worst in order Boba anyway are you you have got some that this saying sixty operating here about Carmen sixty four years it says all of them in college years ago anyway ways zero the hero of our own war on the Jews your V. ever center I'm seventy six to write what I want to be you other news today it will be very very as a as an entrepreneur I feel like I I owe you some sort of commission for even asking that question so thank you yeah you can get the product at the sixty Ivo dot com derision products for pets there's products for for humans and and and it at some point I do I have a coupon code if you guys are interested in me sharing that I don't I I don't want to kind of step across abound here on the show all right maybe we can we can get that posted on the on the website little bit later I have to give that to the to my producer okay thank you for that did you have anything to add a further to that's a crisp well that's just the easy for for very that's the easiest way to to kind of make contact with us and and yeah if you if you've got the is it again I'm on this quest were to be the one to share this with you is many people as as can get it because it it you know our customers are giving amazing testimonials telling us you know actually I don't know if we have time there's a couple stories that but I'd be but I'd love to share why don't we do that after the the break here coming up at the bottom of the hour let me squeeze in another call first time caller George's in west LA tonight this morning Hey George welcome aboard yeah I like to find out of.

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"burris" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"burris" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Chris Burris engineer owner of S. yes research stays with us we're talking about carbon sixty this a molecule that seems to extend the life of rats for example now before we get into some of the that the benefits of C. sixty the medical benefits the health benefits is when a backtrack for a second because we kind of glossed over this and and I think it's worth mentioning this one of the things that they've they've found out these Nobel Prize winners about carbon sixty and you mentioned this in passing was that it has some sort of a quantum affect it can it appears that it can behave as both a wave and a particle so I mean why do you think is that significant I mean is if if if it has a quantum property and it's inside us could could that be responsible for some of the the benefits I I think I think that we don't understand or even worse still quantum physics were real this still early stages really trying to understand it and and I've actually never heard even your question I've never heard people talking about kind of the quantum physics as it relates to biology so the the re you know the real answer is possibly right I mean we know it's a known antioxidant unknown anti inflammatory but yeah this is it is pretty novel behavior in a in a in a molecule right and it's the largest molecule that a good that this behavior so and and and the the results that we're getting if I start at and we're gonna talk about him but if I the more I keep telling you the benefits that people are reporting it really kind of causes people to believe lesson what's happening and and I'm again I'm as as suspicious as the as questioning if anybody out there that's my scientific nature and so I understand but I'm you know I'm getting these phone calls and these things are happening to people and their pets and and all of this maybe you're right maybe this quantum behavior is something that that has is contributing in some way okay so what are you hearing okay so anytime that I start talking about the benefits I certainly have to say the FDA hasn't evaluated the product is not intended to treat diagnose cure or prevent any disease this is really important to check those that box right dumb most consistent testimonial from our customers almost across the board is better sleep right and I don't know I I recently read a book called why we sleep it's an amazing book is one of the scariest books certainly as it pertains to speak that I've ever read because it just outlines when you don't get enough sleep you know that that your did you what happens to.

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"burris" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"burris" Discussed on KTRH

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