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More Than 100 Corporate Leaders Meet to Discuss State Voting Laws
"Voting rights have become a hot button issue including among business leaders this weekend. Dozens of ceos and other senior leaders met on zoom to discuss how they should respond to new voting laws proposed for texas and other states according to people on the call. Wsj's emily glaser has the details. So there are more than one hundred ceos and other senior executives that joined this zoom on saturday afternoon with the express purpose of talking about voting rights and in the beginning there was a lot of background about what the georgia legislation other state legislation and bills include about. Whether or not they were strict voter access and then kenneth chenault the former. Ceo of american express longtime corporate board director as well as kenneth frazier. Ceo of merck really made their pitch to these ceo's and other business executives of what their new statement is going to say how they believe it's non-partisan it's all about ensuring voter access for all and really urged the ceo's to add their names and so As part of the call kennedy channel told the executives that several companies had signalled that they would sign on including pepsi. co pay. Pal t. rowe price and has so across industries a lot of large companies. And you know what we heard from our sources that even during this zoom ceo's of different companies like amc and cyberport core technologies. Were saying i'm in. I'm in
MLB moving 2021 All-Star Game from Atlanta in response to Georgia voting law
"Was word today for major league baseball that it is moving this year's all-star game out of atlanta and response to the new law in georgia. That as you might have heard as new requirements for absentee voting and limits ballot boxes gives a lot more power over elections to the state legislature. All changes that will disproportionately affect black voters. And it's not just georgia. Other states are considering similar. Laws as well and corporate america after being mostly silent to be honest is beginning to speak up most notably in the form of a letter signed by seventy black executives and led by ken. Frazier and ken chenault. Two of only nineteen blacks. Ceo's ever to lead fortune. Five hundred companies can. Freezer is the ceo of merck. Ken chenault used to run american express and i got him on the phone earlier today. Gentlemen thanks for coming. On and mr schnell. Let me start with you sir. And ask you this question You have said in past week as as This letter and The thing that you and mr frazier trying to get done has become public. You've said it is time for actions. Not statements what does that look like to you what it looks like and i think this is very important is one what we want. Companies to do is to publicly oppose legislation that discriminates against voters and legislation. That hinders them from being able to vote. And so it's very important that companies not just go abroad statement but in fact to oppose any legislation. That hinders people from voting.
Under pressure, some Ga. corporate leaders slam voting bill
"There are new calls for corporate leaders across the country to stand up against racial injustice as well as speaking out against George's new restrictive election law dozens of black business executives from around the country including the head of Merck Kenneth Frazier and the former CEO of American Express Ken Chenault released a joint letter in The New York Times urging corporate America to stand up forcefully on all matters of racial justice beyond the new Georgia voter law which cuts voting hours limits absentee ballots and requires photo I. D. some of Georgia's most prominent corporate leaders are speaking out about the changes like the chief executives of delta airlines and coca Cola civil rights activists blame influential executives for not helping to spike the new law and they are urging boycotts I'm Jackie Quinn
"chenault" Discussed on Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin
"Joe what's happened to that titan. Defense i mean it was the titan. Mvp last year. Not ryan tannehill. Not derrick henry but dean pees the defensive coordinator because they offered up absolutely zero resistance to pick your may be last weekend assault. There was a tweet those bayer mayfield's an mvp candidate. Because i was like you've been watching this year. Maybe maybe last week he was an mvp candidate but not the whole season. The titans defense has been abominable and let's start with the jaguars given that. Mike glennon thing. I like about blind and is he will throw the football down the field and you know mike gwen instead of a couple of weeks ago. He's like. Hey hey i mean. I don't know what i'm going to get the start again. He's action paychecks. But he's like. I'm gonna i'm gonna throw the football and i'm gonna throw down the field and it's kind of resulted in some production for like colin johnson. Who is much more of a dynasty guy right now then he is a redraft guy. The disappointment was dj. Shark a coming back from injury. He had seven targets which actually led the jaguars last week but he caught the two of them for forty one yards that being said. I know you're gonna be like on done charge. And he's killing me and and all this look at what happened last week to this titans defense. They could not cover donovan people's jones. Okay i think. Dj charge is going to get open in this game. So i'd have him. He's going to be one of my favorite the place in this week. Because nobody's going to be on maybe doesn't match-up given his recent history. Nobody is going to be excited to play him. I wanna play. Dj chart in dfs this week and has a wide receiver. Three for redraft. And you know what to do with james robinson. You know what to do with him. He's in your lineup. Each and every week What would make me feel better about dj or even in a deeper league. If you wanna take shot on. Colin johnson remember viscous. Chenault hurt his thumb towards the end of game last week That could open up a room for keelan cole to potentially make some plays as well if viscous chenault cannot play..
"chenault" Discussed on The Moth
"The world. And I didn't realize then. What he had done it took me years before I finally realized that. I graduated from High School with honors, and I was in the top eighty, five percent of my class I had region scholarship. And a full ride to college and all that stuff. The truth is i. was really always academically capable of that. But if one oh situations where all I really needed to do was to show up for it. and. At fifteen years old having lost my mother, not really seeing the value of. I was really. In line to be a statistic, a high school dropout and who knows what would have Came of it, but the thing is. I showed up to school every single day, and I realized that the reason I showed up was there was somebody there. who was expecting to see me and as Mr Gober thank you very much. Thanks to progressive for making this special bonus content. Possible. There's peace of mind having a partner. WHO's at their best when you're at your worst progressive is a great partner to their customers with twenty, four, seven support and award winning customer service with progressive. It's great protection, and then some get your quote today at Progressive Dot Com..
No Plans Of Leaving: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Fires Back At Critics
"So you're not stepping down this chairman. That's not the plan. That's not the plan would anything change that. I mean. Like eventually over time. I mean, I'm not going to I'm not going to be doing this forever. But, but I certainly not currently thinking that that makes sense. That was Hayes CEO Mark Zuckerberg standing his ground on CNN last night amid the controversy surrounding the company, but it's not just sucker brook who's been fighting back. The stock has actually rallied in the past two days. Even as a broader market saw red so quick this mean the worst is over for the company. Karen, yes. Well, I hope so because I am long the stock kudos Tim who's been reading a lot of editor on that topic. I think I think Mark Zuckerberg is the right person to lead them out of this. And when I think about other CEO's that have been able to, you know, really take some punches but turn around. Oscar Munoz was only ten or eleven months ago, we were all pretty negative on Oscar Munoz and his ability to lead. United Airlines turned it around Steve Jobs, the most famous probably right left, the company came back. And now look at apple one sixty could have been to thirty but whatever and then Howard show. So I think this kind of founder CEO not Oscar Munoz, but is is really important to the business. Plus you can't vote him out. Right. He owns Dunkelberg, quote about this is a real board though. Right. They don't have some it's out a tesla kind of bored. But that that must controls. This is a real board. I know you've got Ken Chenault, an Erskine Bowles and Susan. Desma hellman. This is a real board. So I would be very very very concerned if they kicked him out very, I don't think that should happen at all. I liked that the stock is rod in the last two days, the valuations very cheap. I think earnings will come down for sure. But that's in there. Mark Zuckerberg may be the CEO and may be there forever because there's voting share structure, but these are these comparisons really comparable only because right now, the company is facing potential legislation regulation that would change the way their core business fair for business operates. I'm so so let's say let's say Starbucks for some reason lawmakers were infuriated by how they brewed their coffee and said, you gotta be this x y and z to you know, to make sure that the caffeine contents not is not too high or whatever I mean, doesn't that sort of change that will change the model somebody I mean? Radha moment where you're thinking is the model going to change the motto could change, right. That could happen. I mean think about Microsoft facing a multi year antitrust the motto could change here. This is not a crazy price for this business. Even if it is chopped up. I don't even know exactly what the best way to do that would be. But you know, the multiple is not high the cash is enormous the businesses still very solid business with I understand the margins are coming down, but still significant margins here. So, you know, but you wonder when crisis management, I mean, this stock is crashed effectively. I mean, if you look at it, we can say what we want. But it's it was two hundred and five dollars stock six months ago straight in one hundred thirty seven dollars. Now, that's pretty significant move. And then when you have the Mark Benny off of the world calling it basically making a comparison to nicotine, that's a real problem. So I don't think most Zucker Brooks made himself a lot of friends, and I think people coming out of the woodwork now to take shots. I just think that this. This is a crisis of trust. I think it's, you know, here's let me say something positive about Facebook. They're not alone. But I do think that Facebook whose core product is being held into question is being singled out the most. And I think they should be when I consider corporate governance, and I think about how people should be thinking about a stock which core product is been at risk this entire time. And they haven't disclosed that to us. I think this company deserves a bigger beating I think also investors need to start evaluating companies Naveh different investment metric in their toolbox to be assessing cyber risk at companies, especially technology company.
"chenault" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"It's an incredible story that you know, I and I talked to Franco's on skis out the last tiger. And the a lot of these guys would go back to China later in the war, and they would be treated as celebrities, you know, people would swarm them in the streets, and here, it's just you know, we we forgotten a lot of important legacies from our history. And this is just one of those things that you know with stainless during the war. There's the John Wayne movie, but it's largely been forgotten afterwards. And I just think it's it's an important. It's important for us to remember this history, particularly at a time when we're struggling to think through our own relationship with China today. It's important for us to remember that the US and China are not destined to be enemies. There's actually this relationship of friendship and alliance. It's important for us. Remember, and you know, it was these young men and women who are in the unit who help cement that. And there is a legacy of our two countries working together to fight. It common foes, what happened to the Tigers after they were officially disbanded. So it's it's a fascinating story there officially disbanded in July nineteen forty two a couple of them stay on and as part of this new army air corps unit including Chenault, but a lot of them come home. And they're greeted as heroes. So in in Marion, Iowa the local flying tiger Bill. Read is greeted with a parade. That's larger than anything that's ever been seen in that part of Iowa before. And I got to see the original newspaper clips talking about this. And he's, you know, he's there on stage with his mom, and it's it's an incredible sense of of homecoming for a lot of these flying Tigers. But of course, there's still a war that needs to be fought. And so most of them end up returning to the front lines going all over the world. Bill Reid goes back to fight in China and he's killed in combat in a in a in a tragic incident. And and there's a sense of mourning in Iowa about his loss. Other others of them go on to win the medal of honor for their Geraldo IX and battle and they become famous in their own, right? I'm Greg pappy. Boynton becomes famous for leading the black sheep squadron. There's later on TV show about him and he's shot down in combat after taking down the most number of enemy aircraft. And part of the book is about telling about his incredible story of being in a Japanese prison camp right next to Louise amp arena, the famous runner from unbroken. So there's all kinds of fascinating things. These guys do later and later in the war and later in life. They all kind of go onto all different pursuit, some of them become pilots, some of them become farmers doctors or lawyers, but every year they would get together for these reunions because being a flying tiger was something that stayed with them for the rest of their lives. And those are the same reunions that I've been fortunate enough to be accepted into as a historian over the past couple of years to learn about the flying Tigers and to preserve their legacy. And this book really gets to for the first time tell the real human story of what it was like to be one of these flying Tigers the book is called the flying Tigers. The untold story of the American pilots who waged a secret war against. In Japan by Sam Kleiner. I'm so glad you told their story. Thank you Sam. Thank you so much. Thanks for listening to Kentucky focused today. We.
"chenault" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Good morning from boulder. Colorado. Folsom field a gorgeous day here. In the rocky mountains, we expect the temperature at game time to be around. Seventy degrees buddy, Ron Callan along with Mike. Shocker Burris Jones. And of course, OSU hall of Famer Steve priests who has a little extra step this morning because his old high school Bora highschool they beat capital in the high school quarterfinals in southwest, Idaho. And so they move into the they move up and they're going to play the number one team in the state now corner lane eight no court, Elaine. So it'll be a big win. The program is turned itself around in the last three or four years. Really playing good football. They got one hundred and fifty kids out for football. Now, my high school I love that. That is great. And of course, we have. Of course, our affiliates and Baker city KRA AM, fourteen ninety in Legrand kale B M AM, fourteen fifty and we also have one in house. There's enterprise K W VR thirteen forty so hey, they they get Boise news all the time people who live in Lake Ontario and burns, Boise TV. They don't get Portland TV unless they have a special cable over there. Well, we're giving it to rain we're giving it to them. Right. Of course. We're here in Colorado and beavers once again big underdogs Steve against a Colorado team that wants to become bowl eligible today. And it's homecoming. So there's a lot riding on the line emotionally here for the buffaloes. Plus they've lost two in a row USC in Washington. So they're gonna give their best effort the beavers want to give their best effort. And can they come up with some big plays on defense? Create problems for Colorado. Yeah. You know, there's some interesting storylines. The coach fire was asked about his players. Overlooking this game. And he said, you know, you got you got to look at this big picture like this is my college career, how can I possibly do this? But they're so early in the season they're looking at being all eligible, I don't think you can possibly not overlook this beaver team a little bit. And and I think that fits in with who they play we're talking about the great receiver. If Chenault does not play again. You said it earlier on on the early show. And that was hey, why play him when you're planning to one hundred sixteen keep him out. The beef needle some things to happen and things like that could give them the break they need. I think the big question marks for the beavers on offense today. Steve obviously running back will Jomar Jefferson be healthy enough to go and not be thinking about the hamstring problem. He had is that you know, what's the latest on that that you've heard? And of course, you've got a great guy that runs alongside him been. That's Arteta's Pierce. It's a great to man running game. That's for sure. But I think that with what your mar I believe that. They would not be saying what they are. And he would not be practicing the way he is. If it wasn't ready to go full speed last week, the one long running adding only carry a couple of times, but the long one that run I think on any given day. He would have scored a touchdown on that. He he was there. He had what really one guy to beat. And and another was kind of coming in. And he just sorta said you could tell okay, this is it and he went down. I understand that. It's a quad not a ham. So good good. That is good news because the hamstring just as nagging hamstring and I worry about him because he's trying to stretch out. But a quiet is a little bit better news now the size of squads. That's a big problem. But I feel like he's ready to play tomorrow and AP appear. She really got to backs you can trade them off. You can throw them. There's so many ways that this beaver came can can make it easy on the quarterbacks with these particular guys. And you look at the the rush with mutate Baylor. You've got case Rogers, of course, who's coming back. That's is a position their depth is as good as any team in the pack twelve at running back. Absolutely. And and that's what the offensive line does the best to they're blocking a whole lot better for the run with Jack Leto playing and I think he'll play today. I think he'll the plan is for him to take the majority. I believe and we'll see when this game starts how much Jake go. Because you said it earlier also in the early show, and that's Jake Wooten if he plays and can stretch the field it really helps. But until then. You've got some people that shoot me and Jack Coletta who can run the football with those two running backs, and he really gives you a dimension. He can get outside. Make some things happen. Jake Luton comes in. He can get the ball deep. Let's just forecasts. Let's say it's Coletta. Just for for the you know, the the chance to talk about a game plan with a quarterback like that to you adjust. What you're doing do you put him in positions quarterback draws and you know, rolling out. And so he's got the opportunity. What are you going to do with Coletta compared because Luton's going to drop back? Yeah. You have to do they want changes the major part of their offense. But yes. They will run the draw. They will.
"chenault" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Levitzky Chenault might have the flu chip may fire yet another and all C every everything is is tiptop shape in terms of health threes, health and everything like that. You think see you? Did see you blow them out or they that far apart or do you think you'll be a compelling game tonight? I don't think this game should be close. I think it could be close just because Pac twelve football is competitive. But I think Colorado has far and away better talent than UCLA does right now. And I just think especially at home at a night game. I I don't see this game being close. Now. Like, I said actual football. These are all division one athletes. They there could be a chance if this game is tight. I don't think it will be but we'll have to watch and Seattle plays out. You can follow Nick on Twitter and Nick underscore Rotschild. Catch him on the television machine tonight on talking about woodland park, and LA junta and other sports related things. Nick appreciate the time as always bud and I have a terrific weekend. You know, what line thanks for having me on. But I didn't laugh as much as I did last week. I think you need to do a better job next week at preparing the questions and the topics a little bit. So I'm gonna put that on you not on me for making this a less than funny interview. Okay. I want it to be funny. A host is only as good as his guests. Oh, that's all say, hey, have fun. All right. I will try better next week try harder. Nobody. Nicaragua trout, south thirteen joining us here on drive time sports, very serious interview. As it always is with nNcholas two eight six zero zero four six Nick says rocky celebrate however, you feel like many of you on the text line are saying, no don't celebrate tonight. If you merely clinched a postseason spot make sure you win the division, and then you can pop the champagne and all that good stuff. Coming up next CCC sa- baths. The ultimate sacrifice for his team crunch time. Next on extra sports thirteen hundred playoffs. Here's an Xtra sports look at the streets.
Founder, Papa John and Chairman discussed on First Morning News
"The weather in just a moment i a founder of papa john's has retired as the board chairman this following some controversial comments that john schnatter made during a conference call in may everything's better when papas in house but apparently not in the board room at papa john's founder and namesake john schneider stepping down as chairman company stock it already taken a nosedive this year after chenault who's comments when papa john's was the official pizza of the nfl player protests were hurting pizza sales that led to him stepping down to ceo bench confirming this week that during a conference call with a pr agency brought in.
"chenault" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This is bloomberg best i'm june grosso i'm ed baxter now we're going to get back to a conversation between david rubenstein of the carlisle group and host of the bloomberg television show peer to peer conversations and robert f smith ceo and co founder of vista equity partners out and you go from working in the engineering of these various companies to a financial engineering goldman sachs is actually a quite an interesting story i had done very well with top student for our first year in business school so i had to come back for the summer graduation to get this award and they went through my background there was a gentleman by the name of john dahl who ran his own investment bank at the time who was the keynote speaker and he comes over to me after they give you my word he has a speech is hey you have really interesting background have you ever thought about a career in investment banking and i said well i said there's a bunch of former investment bankers in my class i don't like any of them and he says well why not i well they think they know everything in a pretty arrogant i said you gotta understand i'm an engineer we do know everything at bothers us and he chuckled i was happy that he he didn't take defense due to my joke but what i did was i said you know honestly i don't understand what investment bankers do scientists technologists i you know i thought about the world through that lens and this is another case where someone extended themselves for me which is why it's important that i continue to pay that forward and he says watch you come to my office and this talk about it so he invites me down and we sit down and we have lunch he picks up the phone and david calls people like staying on neil okay at the times the cfo maryland's ultimately ran merrill lynch and ken chenault and prominent african american are african american business leaders and all of them took the meetings and from there they introduced me to other people to take meetings i literally had over one hundred interviews in the fall of my second year in business school and figured out that mergers and acquisitions was the only business i wanted to be in in investment banking and i said because with the exception of warfare it's how assets transferred on this planet it's a ceo level discussion support of the specimen is a strategic discussion and that was quite interesting to me and i thought i could add particular value and insights into into that particular business three jobs you had where you went to business school did you feel any discrimination against you because are oh yeah i i it's one of those in america i have and still do you know i remember a time when i was actually at air products now was invited to give a talk in california in san francisco at one of the big conventions in this you know man comes over and he he asked questions about well how does it work in extension of shelf life of rice and cooked rice and i'm telling you about what the explaining the dynamics the biology and the organ and electric issues you have to think about in addition to the microbiological issues the guys that you know you're very smart guy you just have your heritage to overcome in order to be successful in business and you know that kind of stuck with me at a time that you know after all of this wonderful work that i'm doing that he's still viewed me through that lens as opposed to the work that i had done you went to columbia business school and i assume you did pretty well there because you went to goldman sachs afterwards straight what year did you join goldman in one thousand nine hundred four so you work there for a while and.
"chenault" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Bloomberg best i'm june grasso i'm ed baxter now we're going to get back to a conversation between david rubenstein cofounder the carlisle group and host of the bloomberg television show peer to peer conversations and robert f smith ceo and co founder of vista equity partners how did you go from working in the engineering of these various companies to a financial engineering of goldman sachs is actually a quite an interesting story i had done very well with top student for our first year in business school so i had to come back for the summer graduation get this award and as they went through my background there was a gentleman by name john newton doll who ran his own investment bank at the time who was the keynote speaker and he comes over to me after they give you my award he has a speech is hey you have really interesting background have you ever thought about a career in investment banking and i said well i said there's a bunch of a former investment bankers in my class i don't like any of them and he says well why not i said well they think they know everything in a pretty arrogant i said you gotta understand i'm an engineer we do know everything that bothers us and he chuckled and i was happy that he didn't take defense due to my joke but what i did was i said you know honestly i don't understand what investment bankers do scientists technologists i thought about the world through that lens and this is another case where someone extended themselves for me which is what's important that i continue to pay that forward and he says once you come to my office and this talk about it so he invited me down and we sit down and we have lunch he picks up the phone and david calls people like staying on neil okay at the time is a cfo maryland's ultimately ran merrill lynch and ken chenault and prominent african american are african american business leaders and all of them took the meetings and from there they introduced me to other people to take meetings i literally had over one hundred interviews in the fall of my second year in business school and figured out that mergers and acquisitions was the only business i wanted to be in in investment banking and i said because with the exception of warfare it's how assets transferred on this planet it's a seat yield discussion support of the session is a strategic discussion and that was quite interesting to me and i thought i could add particular value and insights into into that particular business three jobs you had before you went to business school did you feel any discrimination against you because you're african american oh yeah i i it's one of those in america i have and still do you know i remember a time when i was actually at air products now is invited to give a talk in california in san francisco at one of the big conventions in this this man comes over and he he asked questions about how does it work in extension of shelf life of rice and cooked rice and i'm telling you what they explained that the the dynamics the biology and the organ and electic issues you have to think about in addition to microbiological issues the guy said you know you're very smart guy you just have your heritage to overcome in order to be successful in business and you know that kind of stuck with me at a time that you know after all of this wonderful work that i'm doing the still viewed me through that lens as opposed to the work that i had done you went to columbia business school and i assume.
"chenault" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Volunteers we had do deniability if we wanted to but they this is rising at they way they worked with china who was our ally in world war two even are not our ally anymore to help defeat the japanese and they did a good job didn't they of the war and they'd been fighting the japanese kind of the conventional definition as you know the war started there in nineteen thirty seven with the japanese invasion of china and we kind of know about the rape of nanking but the book tells the story of what it was like what that war and the devastation of that war meant to china and it tells it kind of threw this interesting lens that i don't think most people know about is that there had been a handful of american pilots who are fighting and advising the chinese air force going back as far as nineteen thirty seven and that includes claire chenault who becomes the legendary commander of the flying tigers and the flying tigers are kinda birthed out of desperation on the part of the chinese were they needed more planes and pilots at different points had alliances or relationships with nazi germany with the italians with the soviets and by nineteen forty one when they're really getting pushed back they need assistance and they turn to the americans so chenault is involved in a series of meetings in washington dc in in late nineteen forty early nineteen forty one to get this set up to get this the secret mission birth and they're kind of a shell corporations and backroom deals to get the finances worked out for these planes and this is all going to be done without any kind of official american imprint on it these guys travel over to originally to burma and then into china and they're given identity cards that list false professions on them a lot in travel over on passports is hey they're missionaries because we you know we were at peace at the time and we were neutral and and the we couldn't just be sending over american pilots to fight in a foreign war but that's exactly what we did we sure did and successfully to we're discussing the books are flying tigers the subtitled the untold story of the american pilots who waged a secret war against japan sam this is really an amazing book we're going to give away a copy at the end.
"chenault" Discussed on WCHS
"The flying tigers were not official they were volunteers we had do deniability if we wanted to but they this is rising at they way they worked with china who was our ally in world war two even are not our ally anymore to help defeat the japanese and they did a good job didn't they absolutely and i think you know when we think of world war two we think of images like you know the landing in normandy on d day or we think of the flag raising on iwo jima but we typically don't think of china and china was actually you know it has been called the forgotten ally of the war and they'd been fighting the japanese kind of the conventional definition as you know the war started there in nineteen thirty seven with the japanese invasion of china and we know about the rape of nanking but the book tells the story of what it was like what that war and the devastation of that war meant to china and it tells it kind of threw this interesting lens that i don't think most people know about is that there had been a handful of american pilots who are fighting and advising the chinese air force going back as far as nineteen thirty seven and that includes claire chenault who becomes the legendary commander of the flying tigers and the flying tigers are kind of birthed out of desperation on the part of the chinese were they needed more planes and pilots at different points had alliances or relationships with nazi germany with the italians with the soviets and by nineteen forty one when they're really getting pushed back they need assistance and they turn to the americans and chenault is involved in a series of meetings in washington dc and in late nineteen forty early nineteen forty one to get this set up to get this the secret mission birth and they're kind of a shell corporations and backroom deals to get the finances worked out for these planes and this is all going to be done without any kind of official american imprint on it these guys travel over to originally to burma and then into china and they're giving identity cards that list false professions on them a lot of them travel over on passports and say they're missionaries because we you know we were at peace at the time and we were neutral and.
"chenault" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Be these are the issues blake chenault tackles in his book entitled look but don't touch touch blake does is it tries to answer the age old question of who we are where we came from in are we alone in the universe and of course i don't put pork this myself but what i do is i collect all of the relevant information on the subject i didn't present it in a understandable and interesting and sometimes fun fashion because some of this material was really dense and then once the reader understands everything the reader comes to his or her own conclusion i do this by taking a look at the telescope first of all most of what nasa most astronomers know about the universe came directly from the telescope and so i call the invention of the telescope back in the day in the seventeen hundreds it was invented by accident two kids were in the an eye glass shop there were holding up two minutes and looking at something in the distance and the arctic and the dense in the distance would become closer and the owner of the shop followup reducing and took credit for it but then there was another i glass maker optometrist in the area and he might have also taking credit for it so there is some speculation as to how the telescope actually came into existence but then i chronicle it all the way into space the hubble this that and the other and how we know most of everything we know about the universe comes from the telescope i couple that with the fact that nasa learned the hard way during the apollo missions that humans can't travel much further than the move so there meeting on the telescope now more than ever i also chronicles something called the large hadron collider and i explain this to it's probably the most complicated machine that you've never heard of a hundred scientists from all over the world work on this collider and what it.
"chenault" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Be i think so if you think a a a budgetary statutory budget limit is going to be enforceable just again just look how enforceable or nine ninety days statutory session limit is that were mike dunleavy brought that up to me and not just to give fair attribution is dunleavy said well kinda like ninety days says session limit turn hash it deliver you got it right square on the head yeah uhhuh that's probably way mike is resonating with folks i have no doubt you know i think he's speaking the language speaking of dunleavy you know clearly he's a candidate for governor and in this particular race i think it's in the primary i think it's between scott hawkins and only be i don't think mike chenault has a prayer in hell frankly but that's just my opinion in my office mike chenault is very least on a par he does have he does have a constituency a bitter he's raised more money than than scott hawkins and he does have a wider constituency scott hawkins is really a creation of his own contributions right now whence he actually if he becomes anywhere near parody on others believing in his candidacy as much as he does then that's a different story you know i had to laugh let me just put it in a different way i think dunleavy's message of restoring the permanent fund reversing the impacts of espy ninety one i think those are resonating with republican voters and i think overall having somebody that actually believes in will that spending has to be reduced and i don't think he's afraid of much as we've seen he wasn't afraid of his own caucus he was willing to go staff list practically to do the right thing and he's shown a lot of character sometimes i'd rather have somebody that that has strong convictions and principles rather than understands every bit of minutia because i think we don't we don't have a bigger than a revenue shortfall we have a spending surplus in west with the house and the governor just don't seem to understand and certainly some elephants of the of the senate you get into the senate you start talking about reducing berry service or looking at hard looks at some of the services we provide it you you you find out there's not quite the.
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"Before uh hitler had complete fees decided on which allies to pick in that part of the world uh whether she china or japan um had no movie of problems because that it only became more of a problem like nineteen thirty six with uh uh germany and japan uh those uh joining the anti in some parts uh directed against to the soviet union but that's all i'm beginning from that there was this to um uh contradiction in in germany germany germany to cook diplomacy you couldn't just couldn't size me uh the chinese antijapanese at the same time you have to choose sent eventually uh actually several months after the battle of shanghai there's the chinese the germans decided to to put out of china and uh uh tastes that bat's with the japanese all right so this is a decision making four heckler who who's watching the fighting in shanghai that's launches in august 1937 in a moment we'll speak of howitzer decisionmaking moment for stalin this well watching from moscow that right now the provocation on the tense there is an american adviser era adviser claire chenault eventually he will head a very famous air unit called chenault 'taggers who will fight with the cia a chinese against the japanese during the early stages of the conflict remember the japanese have been at war for five or six years here before and after the launch of pearl harbor when the japanese attack the americans and the british but at this point he's than adviser and on saturday the 14th i believe my have my dates right peter this is this quick this is the black saturday there's a typhoon closing in on shanghai at the same time claire chenault the night before in conversation with madame chiang kaishek's advises a bombing of.
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"Japanese at the time the did uh hit low when he uh when he uh cheap powering 1973 uh had no real talking with uh with the german easter relations uh with with uh with china china was an a a major uh uh make it to procure off of giving arms and also um th there was a longstanding tradition off the ministry uh exchange show or so at least a initially uh before uh hitler ha complete p decided on which allies to pick in that's part of the world uh what they should be china or japan um had no no we have problems because that it only became more the problems like around nineteen thirty six with uh uh germany and japan uh both uh joining the anti coming in packs uh directed against the the soviet union at that time beginning from that there was this um uh contradiction in in germany germany germany to cook diplomacy you couldn't just couldn't seismic uh the chinese antijapanese at the same time you have to choose sent eventually uh actually several months after the battle of shanghai the chinese the germans decided to to put out of china and uh uh place that that's with the japanese all right so this is a decision making four hitler who's watching the fighting and shanghai that's launches in august 1937 in a moment will speak and how it's a decision making moment for stalin this well watching from moscow but right now the provocation on the tense there is an american adviser era adviser claire chenault eventually he will head a very famous area unit called chenault 'taggers who will fight with the cia a chinese against the japanese during the early stages of the conflict remember the japanese have been at war for five or six years here before and after the launch of pearl harbor when the japanese attack the americans and the british but at this point he's an adviser and on saturday the 14th i believe my have my dates right peter this is a squirt this is the black saturday there's a typhoon closing in on shanghai at the same time claire chenault the night before in conversation with madame chiang kaishek's advises a bombing of.
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"To be his in my opinion to lose and the primer said that does not mean and that does not mean that governor walker is out of the game i think you're going to see a lot of money come into alaska we have to have a republican governor and it doesn't mean that scott hawkins or mike chenault or out of the running it's no different than in a much lesser degree i mean kevin mayer is not an alpha male and i know kevan and kevin took off a guy everybody loves kevin i mean he was a cheerleader at nebraska in college uh that that was his sport and i mean at that tells you something about him that he's not this tough guy that's out fighting people but he's a good guy he's a thoughtful guy but you've got lynn gaddis you've got to grunewald you've got i don't know of really gary stevens is pushing of it you've got are the people that strawpoll as you would assume you've got the elected officials up in the lead there it was i think meyer than goddess than grunewald greenwald's the dark horse coming in that i think has a shot at getting hi you're of votes than than people would anticipate and wait and see with her now i'm not kidding wait and see she's got momentum in and then you've got the elected officials and i know lin listens to this show god bless her lynn goddess gary stevens he's is a sitting state senator from kodiak and then kevin meyer setting state senator lower middle hillside in midtown his senate seat and he has the notoriety and kevin's one kevin reminds me of me in his prowess politically to jump out there immediately to get people to support him and endorse him and i think he's working with willis lifer did over at ed brilliant media of debbie ryan one she bought out john tracy and used to be bradley read and they've also got i know where the name but i know laura oats formerly with k a in her husband a brian butchers brother bryan butcher from hfc on i forget his first name not kale kill green is rick greens of sun who does viagra fee um i can't remember his first name but anyway though that they're helping him are helping a because i went to the website in i switch pages i went to the.
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"Seven 445 facebook finally yet a blind man on the board how long the pig before how long they had aboard i dunno facebook they've been around for years now they rhonda a pressure by the congressional black caucus in october in which sheryl sandberg the chief operating officer promise that the company was in the process of appointing a black individual to the board so they got one open omiss pronounce his name i think it's kenneth chenault he is the ceo of american express great company by the way marrakesh express says i'm pleased to see facebook taking who says this of this the congressional black caucus now this is kelly whose kelly robbins kelly democrats middle noory on the congressional black caucus i'm pleased to see a facebook taking real action to address the issues of diversity within their company when we began this dialogue with facebook we expected swift action swift action and this decision is without a doubt in this a step in the right direction folks okay diversity great look i would assume that mr chenault or should know is at a c h e n a u l team can of should not you i dunno i don't wanna miss pronounces and they won't go with chenault i'm assuming that he's wellqualified at being the see over american express i would assume but that's the reason you put him on this because he's qualify now because he's black you're looking for people who are qualified to help steer your company you're not look who cares about diversity when you're talking about something as important as steering a couple of film we gotta have diversity no you really for what what do we have to have diversity why don't we have excellence now i would submit to you the kenneth chenault is probably in the excellent category ceo of american express i wouldn't assume that american express would put him in that position you didn't deserve it so he gets on the board at facebook not because he's a black man because he's the ceo of american express.
"chenault" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"A lot of security planning events and uh she told him is so mike solders up to the speaker and he told the speaker okay we just had a verbal kind of a uh a problem and she went off and security here's what happened well they both filed reports and then served nothing how well this month she wanted to see the reports and she wanted to see the tape and that she asked security if she could revise her report because she remembered some more stuff that happened months later how long ago did this happen nine months are you serious oh this sounds worse than middle school i have to tell you so basically it's going to be a big nothing berger with this all comes down to now how does the mi2 campaign fit into this well i mean there's a there's a culture of grievance that developing around this theme on it's almost like an faction everybody wants to get a little bit of a part of it and i've seen this in other areas of our on friday at this point where women just they feel like the needs of attention and so they want to they want to make sure that because they were a victim to i'm sorry i can't help a laugh but i'm thinking about your entire claiming meets you for this altercation with hurry mike shen all first of all i'm not a fan of my action alds but i don't see him sexually harassing her i'm just saying now and and and really it was just i mean the woman who has a a real problem with bullying others saying that somebody like shouldn't mike chenault threatened her he didn't threaten reaches just keep your finger on my face yeah know other i know other people that would have told her they would have broker damn finger if the shooter shoved in their face though i mean for him just to say all by i you know i bite back i'd like.
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"The middle of the field basically and drew fire from the snipers the drive sniper that's the story i heard so i doubt he'll ever tell us you know on air but we'll look it up because i hear i hear rumors that's the story but he he is in him he's impressive in humble guy and if you talk to him he's just a good ole alaska last time i ran into him it was at the get ever senior center at the gun show excellent that's last time i ran into him out he's a good guy so but now now that seat i knew so if you're listening on monday show we are talking to suzanne downing and i told people pay attention isues ends blog i have a feeling there is going to be some movement in the in in statewide races and it's 'cause we kind of had a little foreshadowing this was happening but look as soon as dunleavy suspended his campaign now the letter of intense are filing and i tell you it's gonna get is getting it interesting because uh charlie huggins filed and who else filed who else filed oh none other than mike chenal mike chenault mike chenault that's right representative mike chenault he served in the house of representatives since two thousand one and was the body's longestserving speaker has filed a letter of intent to run for governor it says chenault stepped down from the speakership uh let's be honest the muskrats and democrats took over so he he there was no stepping down you didn't have a choice anyways he told mustered alaska though filing his letter of intent would allow him to gauge support around the state for his candidacy that's what they all say he says i'm looking at all the options to see if this support is there for a good to rock can't talk to run for governor in two thousand eighteen such an out in a statement released this out after noon he says i'm not satisfied with the direction of the current administration and where the state is headed okay let me get through the sentence because unlike busting at the seams right now it says we need to resolve our fiscal issues create a climate where business can thrive and continue to develop an education system that will enable our children to.