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"clinger" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots
"Just because they're both basketball players like what he's leaving it's over. I'm not don't you mentioned Lisa Lesley's Lee's role in L. A. With the sparks right into basketball and how she's been a a a trailblazer for females in basketball L. L. ages went through the definition. See how so. Let me put this context. La In general right now is so deep down like you just went to this now coby on a whole other level the day Eh. Grammy's nobody was even talking about the grammar talking about Kobe. And and like the dust isn't even settled yet and not just keep thinking about his daughter and the fact that her Her school has an empty chair. Her House has an empty. I just can't get over that so I think it's just way out of pocket but again we've just made it permissible for these icons. Do whatever they I wanNA do. And and what's the point. Yeah Asian Yeah. What are you trying to do what I don't understand the point and I I love whoever wrote them courses is I was like wow shame on her questions out but gail had to say that I mean you you saw what was on the paper see Gazza of cloud through like now? I'm not going there. I hope she explains it. I'm sure she will. You know once you start to see back last. I just WanNa know what what she was trying to get out of that conversation. I felt that I would like to have you do remember that Oprah had received achieved award at the Golden Globes. She spoke about Me Too and she said you know. I can't wait till the day she ended up by sad. Can't wait to the day that no woman has to utter. The words metoo again again. She had the world behind her and champion. And your champion women who wanted to get behind the me too movement but I have said like me too movement has become the new HIV. It's it's just moving all over to everybody's catching it. Anybody can catch it. There's no regulation for it. There's no cure to it. And if you say somebody has it you just treat them a certain way. It's nice to corona bars uh-huh HIV. We don't know Corona Byron me to take you to fuck out okay. Maybe maybe there's been events investment in Madison. Addison maybe allergy but you know what I mean like at this point is not really. I don't feel like it's really fair And so yeah I mean. I think it's something that she started out. Really getting in a lot of women behind our on but now it's just too much and I hate to say and I'm a woman it's become like a joke really it's not. The seriousness. Nisa has been diminished so certain extent because they put everything in one basket. Don't saying like like it's like if a guy you know grabbed your book back in the day NATO. The same bucket is bill cosby like it's it's levels right like everything is not the same. Everything's shouldn't be in one basket. And that's what they did. Sounds like. Oh well listen Jason Lee Garden must've forgotten about me is out right now. Yes okay. Thank you for coming. Jason you won't twitter instagram and all that stuff all that oh my go was on posting The only Jason Leeann add Hollywood on Knox Lulu Lala Rams at Louie Louie La. We share one L. U. L. U. Y.. La La Lulu. I follow I follow along. You follow follow all be. We share one into one of your personal glaciers. Now I don't have my personal page out. She I get really matters the public profile but listen Lulu Lila. I love y'all Jason. Say it back the Avi to Charlemagne Bro. Come on come on Hollywood online there. Okay I'M GONNA be in March. It's like I got like ten elevates much 'cause I'm taping something so I'll be out there is a wax wax wax and keep it fly. Flyover you dig out. How can we get to the Barbecue restaurant? The bathroom came back leaning on the counter. Can't like really out. He leaned on still registered the sexiest the world. The Graham Wax King W X K Y and G in the bullying willing to be S- podcast. Yes check out the bully Beat podcast and you go to my gratify Angelo right. Always have you listened to. The podcast was smart. You think we're intelligent. You think we're brilliant. You absolutely right but if you listen to the podcast and you think we'll just a couple of years don't know Shit you're right to this podcast. I can't thank you for listening..
"clinger" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots
"Yup own it. You're out there doing your thing. It doesn't matter like they don't really say that when hey guys performing they don't say it bothered me that some people were like if this was like porn there were half naked. Adam Levine last year her hat shirt off Naples exposed. Nobody said anything about that as a matter of something gotTa go both ways. Sort of the Cuban woman do whatever any fear that y'all may not age gracefully. Never Okay David Age ever. I A lot of people tell us you shouldn't say your age on the radio. You shouldn't didn't do that because it's bad especially in this business but I'm proud. There's I've got. There's a lot of I went to high school. That didn't make it to me. I'm like thirty five hundred document like everyone. I'm happy thirty five S. H. But people did the pre show. I think I think that's why he wasn't on that main stage because he did the pre show before the Super Bowl kicked I think flow writer should have been up there. Brilliant Cardi Already Beach Party was. She's Ricardian Dr Carter turned to know how true that that's what somebody told me. No part of me thought that a Cumulus GonNa have whitecliffe there for the Yeah y'all y'all Puerto Rican brother which by the way. He won't ever admit to this when we first started here. Yeah he was like I think. Bad Bunny is corny. Happen Fan or something. Kind of poignant on what are you know about your culture like maybe research a little bit more and and we brought him into that culture now. He's like one hundred percent again. Lying representing in Puerto Rico. And he's always like this guy's corny like what is he his style like. What is he trying to say or do like I don't understand it and we're like just just just give them all the music and give them a chance like listen to the lyrics with hip hop listen to what they're saying so you gotta understand? He was like always Kony. He said no black people were necessary because the whole point of it was to raise up the next generation of Latino culture. I don't think coach true. I feel like like I said if a white cloth would have been there a flow rider he should I for three years and flows are friends. So I'm like you know He. He is Miami. He hadn't been up. There could have been up there. I think pit bull for show. I'm Cardi for sure that it wasn't there but but I can understand it because he did the same. I don't know what happened there. I don't happen there he goes. I think we've had enough. What Taylor take that take dead broke? You GotTa let them. I'm here though. I don't think they voted. I haven't heard it. Let them hear it. 'til let Jason Lulu and Lila here. This is a good note to end on putting on what and can you pull it up in there. They do you listen to. This is Gail of you and Lisa Leslie Gail Interview and Lisa Leslie Leslie. By the time I come back from. y'All have heard it's been said that. His legacy is complicated because of sexual assault charge which was dismissed in two thousand three three two thousand four. Is it complicated for you as a woman as a WNBA player. It's not complicated for me at all. Even if there's a few times that we've been at a club at the same time code is not the Kinda Guy Never Been My. You know at least go get that girl or cinder this I have other NBA friends. That are like that that he he was never like that. I just never see have ever seen him. Being the kind of person that would be do something to violate a woman matter be aggressive in that way I. This is not the person that I know. At least you wouldn't see it though this friend you wouldn't see and that's possible I just it's it's just I just don't I just don't believe that and I'm not saying things that had happened. I don't believe that things didn't happen with force. Is it even a fair question to talk about it. Considering he's no longer with us and that it was resolved or is it really part of his history. I think that the media should be more respectful At this time it's like if you had questions about it. You've had many ears to ask him that. I don't think it's something that we should keep hanging over his legacy army. He went to a went to trial case was dismissed. Just because the victim of the case refused to testify so was dismissed. And I think that that's how we should leave vast fuck. We should leave it. They blame black people. Talk to me. 'CAUSE y'all keep giving motherfuckers hall passes to be disrespectful. I feel like you know no matter. WHAT OPRAH says? She's God she could get away with it. No matter what Gayle King says. Because Oprah's girl friend came say she can get away with it like Jay Z. He could do whatever you want. Nah like that's why people like what we do is important because you gotTa hold people accountable. No matter who you are like. Why are you not focused on the many many many white men who abused their their platforms of their positions in Hollywood? And I know they keep bringing up harvey. But he ain't the only one. There's so many other people the same with like you know I mean I don't know I just find it really interesting now that we're allowing these legends. These icons to be disrespectful to our people. Lula completely disrespectful I mean the man is in here if if they did have questions. Why didn't you say something when he was alive? Like why are you going to bring up his dirty laundry or whatever the case may be after. He's dead like it's disrespectful. Not only to him but to his considering that they're still there now and now they have to deal with this. I think is just completely wrong. I'm offended yeah. I think it's a two sided sided every story right and for me. It's like okay. A young woman says Kobe. Bryant sexually assaulted her Kobe. Bryant says he didn't sexually assault her. He said that they had consensual sex. Guess what you're free to believe. Whoever you WANNA believe a law says that you know Kobe? Bryant didn't do it she. She didn't want to testify. The case got dismissed so if gail feels like and I don't even know if feels like that but if she does feel like Kobe Bryant sexually assaulted that woman cool. If somebody like Lisa. Leslie feels like Kobe Bryant. Mine didn't that's fine too. Don't try to push anything on anybody. You know what I mean like. That conversation should have never even happened. She never should have happened. Somebody's is fine. Lines somebody up like why are you trying to do it. They played in the same city if the woman who was an alleged victim. Or whatever ever wants to come forward now and tell her story. I don't think anybody's are you in that she should be solid. She's do whatever she wanted to. But I feel like there's this bathing now especially at anytime anytime somebody black like what what you think about Kobe back in the day. Like why LEX. That's what we doing. Yeah I just think it's I just think it's crazy to the my mind. I was online with people when he died the idea that he could have been in holding his daughter as they crashed. And why would we even be having this conversation. I don't even know if he's not even buried yet right now. And why do we keep even. Let's hypothetically say it is true. Why do we do people today? Mistakes right you know what I'm saying like why. Why do we reduce wider people's setbacks? Become their identity. Clearly that man grew grew he evolved great redemption story came back won championships. Had Kids became such an ambassador for women in tax. Always remember the bad things that you do and they will never remember the good things because he did a lot of good things for a lot of good people and so we choose. Will they choose to focus on that instead of Bolton knowing something hang out they whisper your success and they scream failures. How uncomfortable for Lisa Leslie? Though I don't even if you talk from a journalist perspective Jason we do. Yeah Eh but like me and Jason. We ask these questions that people may be like. Why would you ask that but at least I'm asking it to them? Yeah why would I be asking Lisa Leslie About Colby. We'll be right just because they played in the same city.
"clinger" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots
"What did I say you know what I mean for the not yet? You're not doing it just because you don't make them like you more. You're doing it because you really want to do it for them. It's happened to me other day. I got trying the name the person they WANNA blast. 'cause I mean I put my friend Robert Smith on blast on another show. WHO's as a whole but this one? I'm not okay so coming into your all the Dominica's out here know that I'm weak for Dominica's like it's literally my weakness and I always tell my team like there's going to be two ways. People Are GonNa rob you like the gauge. Oh what do you mean you caught me. I didn't know where we they know the other day. When I left your show I went on a date right so we today we tell them and they're like oh I just WanNa come back to the house like I but I'm really trying to get to know you? I don't WanNa ruin it because we go back to the house. Irene Obama do it. I don't want to do that. Some trying to be gentlemen for the first time I live right. Finally get back to the House so my team is at the House so my team is kind of walked around tonight. Let's go in the room. I don't WanNa go on the road because going in the room is personal. Plus you got a phone air and you know the issues but so go on the room sylvie get in the room they go. I'm going to Thailand for my birthday. There's this hotel I really WanNa stay at like seven hundred eighty dollars and blah blah blah. I'm thinking we just start hanging out like the other day so yeah. I do believe in tricking. But if you like you just trying to get with me to get some money like you got me fucked up the different though. That's mostly I said. Yeah Yeah Yeah look at them. Of course they look great. Thank you you'd be a fool not to get tricked those the most. y'All gotten actually like I've never taken it. I know that sounds in Europe like through baseball players and football players. And I'm just like something is expected and I'm not gonNA. I'm not that type of person. I'm not going to go on a trip with a baseball player that I just mad which is cool but it's still that there's awkwardness Tov. In this situation. We need to hang out fucked up. Yeah because I think that the and I'm not saying the wrong. I'm just saying that when you're dealing with somebody like a baseball player. He's a multi millionaire. That's just the way he moved right going to the movies. Go to the Caribbean like Sheila Jon with other women. I don't want to be involved in the life trying to give up. Don't go that there's been lots of helpers tempted but I'm GonNa do you gotta be like look you know if I go with you. Don't expect me to have sex that you hope. That's not why you're asking me to go happened. I said that to one of them. annuals like on follow. Aw I wasn't. CC every man wants to believe there's a chance taking get it so you gotta finesse in a way where he believes leaves. He's going to get it just as saying he's going to get in but his mind let him believe he's going to my friend right here. Ceremony thrown under the bus. She got out of a seven year relationship or something like that Eh and I said you have to have a whole phase like you have to be a whole life. You've got to just walk in the club with me. Walk by somebody and say I WANNA fuck you tonight did. Did you do that. No she's a prude. Name Yorker Finesse. Oh major right now like I'm Matija. How to finance it? Don't take much for a guy to think he can have sex with girls high works. Why do they think like that? Boom boom. I'm sleeping with her tonight. I don't even say Tux back in the in the DMZ. Don't say thank you put nicer. Heart is or whatever. Have you say thank thank. You WanNa give me some. That are now because you're in a relationship right now bullshit commando I forgot where black men liens walks. Gossamer them what are you saying. He's the he's the tone nobody you in town the places he not only just like so real like. Tell me some funny. That's not nothing if you not in Canada but you sit in a girl in extending our about. You can't tell nobody you in town you don't even. Yeah so I have a question all right. So let's say a girl answers back you're damn right. What is it that she has to say that? Oh this one's GonNa find got her on the bike ready Mike. What are their key things like all she replied to this? That's my in. What is it that makes you think that okay I got? She's GonNa say anything thing at all. I think she wants to give me some career. You recall yourself into a lot just a fucking another thing like ten. They're just like not. What kind of like a like a tender one of those sit yes no? We're in two thousand twenty eight. Oh okay I have a question. Do you think I think if you give your instagram. It's like giving out your number notes to safer way of absolutely Charlemagne CHARLEMAGNE's instagram. But if you're if you're not charlemagne and you'd be like yeah I can't give you my number hit me about instagram. Just did the same thing the email at me like I hit my manager context of I can't give you my number. Let you know that. Maybe this person is Kinda. I just don't want you to Graham just to give smash you got a man but I'll smash you. Yeah telling you you but I keep my instagram mad but I- smashing but I'll give you my number. He's like I want to be with. You doesn't speak English. Well came on a single so I still knowing a little bit. The Wax love matter of fact now you just gave wax wax love Dominican. Women Really Listen Beckon. I told him that when I did. My show brought me back in the day. Rabbi was confused with that may have advantage. People say you remind me I'm like black okay. Yeah that's the way I used to know. There's definitely a lot of similarities between me and straight man I'm an aggressive pursuer. Still may have I want something. Yeah but some you know like some some of the more dainty or you know guys who'd like skip through life and be that guy like I'm going out to fish I'm tender. I don't even meet nobody onto I'm just on there. 'cause fucking fun a straight Guy Gay. What is a straight guy? I don't know what that means. I think we need to get rid of that time I think it's problematic crooked When advert made them all women I think I think every man should love women? I love women too. I love them from a distance. They love them in a more personal affection away. I'm trying to tell you right now. Have you made a man that I mean. Have I had a guy who says he only loves women. Say I was his first guy of many times but I don't know that that was true. You maybe it was. Maybe it wasn't hopefully it was wasn't it doesn't matter to me now can be with a guy who is open with you about his love. Other men thing thing is. I'm very selfish so I'd like I wouldn't I don't think I could see myself ever having like a threesome. With a guy or with another girl because like your mind I don't Ashli. Why do we do this? Possessive thing. Where might as my like? You both are twins. y'All should be living josh up and down like you're coming home with us. They would be laughing. My sister naked all the time off. Yeah she is sexually like I do not exactly the same. You already know the answer those questions. I have not seen your address like in for the make it not look to say maybe not the same and I'm very. What's the word territorial Oreo? Like if I'm with you on like all they're going to be around. Nobody on Cuba very aggressive. I appreciate when I see a good looking girl. I'm like wow she has asked her. BOOBS are amazing. I love her hair but do I see myself ever being with a woman sexually. Now you're in love and now you're in a relationship so you're in love. Yes and he loves you yes he will do anything to make him happy as your mom. Yeah okay so you're out. You see you say she has a nice ass and he goes she does. That doesn't make me mad because I'm the one for you to say baby. You WanNa bring her home. The reason why he's broken relationships in America is that we're so possessive. Like you belong to me. No your phone belongs to you like like your bottle of water it belongs to you but like your partner. You should be like Yo. Let's think a little bit more European because you can build an empire we're off being a really good partner. Being a relationship is more than just possessing person. I think is more than saying you belong to me now like our house belongs to us but as long as we don't fuck up our shit we should be able to like you know your house does not belong to us because then all the other girls are going to be one part of that house. Man Says he got Jason's coming home. I know I guess it hasn't happened. Yeah but I don't know I guess I don't know okay cool. I don't think your instinct thinks would say you're jealous of another man. No it's thinks would be saying I'm just another woman but I don't think that wasn't a relationship. He had a best friend. And it bothered the shit out out of me. Because your y you best guy friend yeah like like Oh yeah. Like he'd give it. There was fucking woman yet. You're smarter than everybody. My conclusion was like there. There's got to be something going on that. He doesn't want to admit because because it just doesn't make sense to me like why are you so like with this person. You were the other woman chapter six in my book. I think is called love on the lower something like that. Read that chapter. You're going to go through your Rolodex and be like negative gay. Gay Five Five. Why you say why you love on? I mean I read it because I was like like on the I was on the low. I had a girlfriend. He might him at this guy that I heard was gay. But he didn't always guest. I met him and lured him into a relationship he was with a woman and like we were in down. Well no relationship for like years looked at Angelo side. I when you said below peak has already booked Bergkamp said about this is she was. She say he's his girl likes me so oh I'm GonNa tell you girl likes you girls a fan of my okay cool like Liz.
New construction seen at missile-related site in North Korea
"With talks between North Korea and the U. S. at a stalemate North Korea has been warning about an upcoming Christmas gift that so called Christmas gift says heritage foundation's Asia expert Bruce Clinger could be an intercontinental ballistic missile tests they could jump right to that were a nuclear test but it's also possible they may sort of ghost Morton incrementally up the escalation ladder by doing medium range tests intermediate range missile test a space launch vehicle which is sort of a civilian version of an ICBM before they jump to the ICBM and it may not be on Christmas we're looking to the annual new year's day speech by the north Korean leader so further clues so I think there may be an over fixation on the phrase Christmas present I think it was more rhetorical than federal Shelley employer Washington
KKR agrees buyout deal with German media giant
"The influential German media group, Axel Springer is seeking to go private with the help of US investor K are the greet paves that freeing itself from short-term market scrutiny will play the past for ambitious expansion plans Katie Martin discusses the move with our ash CG and vice versa. So tell us a bit about the history of Axel Springer. Where does the company fit into the German media scene will re company was founded right after the war by access Clinger, the hugely powerful archetype, German media tycoon. The power of the company really has long rested on ownership of bills, the German, tabloid paper, which is the biggest selling newspaper in Europe and hugely influential still in Berlin circles. What has made spring, quite special was always had a very strong political stance is very conservative paper. It's as editorial principles that or the journalists have to sign up to those included before unification that papers had to work towards helping Germany reunify, very strong supporter of transatlantic alliance with the US, very strong supporter of Israel. So it's a sort of very powerful commercially successful. But. Also, the very value driven publisher. And so over the years, obviously, it has changed its make up quite drastically. Many of the regional papers were sold off and it's tried to reinvent itself. And it's quite successfully as digitally focused company. So obviously billed as the biggest title, but what would be the other name publications the rest of us over here in London might know about the other well-known old media opportunity, they have is developed, which is sort of conservative broadsheet daily, but a very sort of spectacle paper, whereas Il can be quite wild until very recently running topless photos on the front page every day, of course shipping, a famous people surprised by the financial times in two thousand fifteen but narrowly, failed them was beaten out by Nikai, but company has really tried to reinvent itself. As a digital company over the last decade in particular, and that has meant heavy investment in two areas. One is in the online ads business, both for property and for jobs. Where spring owns some of the biggest sites in Europe in the U K in France and Germany in particular. And that segment of the business now makes up by far the bulk of their earnings. So she decided very early on to exit some of their old media businesses and shift money into new media. I'm so on the one hand that is this online ads business. And on the other hand that's investments in properties, such as business insider, the US news sites which they bought in twenty fifteen and setting up a joint venture to launch political Europe, in Brussels, most change, what are the main shareholders wants take the company private? And what are the terms of the deal will there's been sort of falling out of love between management and shareholders in particular over the past year management, especially CEO matere Turner feels that Springer needs to invest invest, invest in the titular to show up the companies. Wrong position in the online business. And what has happened is that over the past year in particular, it had to downgrade its guidance largely because of the need for more investment. And so that's not on the management board. And clearly also either spring out of founder's widow who owns more than forty percent of the company's. Still, they feel that the company is at a stage where it needs to invest, where needs trade sort of short term earnings for long term prospects and shareholders just don't seem to be willing to go along with that. And that really is sort of Reuss of the idea to take spring a private and to do that. Feeder, Springer's widow and Mr. depth no who himself owns two point eight percent of the company have teamed up with KKR and they are offering shareholders, sixty three euros a share which is a forty percent premium to the undisturbed share price. But it's still quite substantially below where the share was only last year. So is this a? Good deal for the minority shareholders, who are going to be both out. Well, it was an interesting statement that came out of extra Springer on the day that the author was sort of finally made public and confirmed on the very same day they issued a pretty hefty profit warning. And so, basically the message to shareholders walls, whatever you think of this price that we're offering you, if you don't take it, you info quite a bumpy ride, because the company will prioritize investment over short term profit and over reliably raising the dividend, and these kinds of things that shareholders, like so probably the message to shareholders at least it's been it's not gonna get any better for you. If this deal doesn't go through. So Arash why would you know, big, shiny US private equity group like take care? Be interested in paying a premium to help the company take yourself by that. Well, there's a couple of dynamics at play. I mean first of all, kick yards a very big European presence. So they're already on the continent throw in the fact that actual Springer and build. In particular, come with a lot of social capital in the sense that you're playing with one of the most powerful and influential media companies in Europe and getting your hands on one of these prize, commodities is often very attractive for people if you think about the company's structure with free to stringer owning over forty percent of the company's control and Matisse dope. Never at their two and a half percent. The idea of ever really having a say in a company like this is a rare commodity. So if you're kick are, there's a couple of tractive reasons there now actual Springer has been thinking about this for some time, Amatya still who's the engineer of this whole transaction has been interviewing private equity firms over the last few months, I discovered in my reporting and selected KKR for a number of reasons. And so they are now teamed up and while importantly, the structure basically sees the kick AARP has to satisfy getting twenty percent of the minority shareholders. So if you think that free to spring controls about forty two percent Matisse stove close to three percent. They need to get to about sixty five percents delist the company, and so that's why the offer comes with the terms that says care, I need I about twenty. Sent a minimum of twenty percent of the shares out once the private care will still be a minority partner, but they will have influence and so on so forth and in the European private equity environment. There are very few deals where you can put a check of a billion euros. I work in one go. So this is quite attractive for a number of reasons and obviously, the main reason why company like KKR goes into bed with anyone is to make a ton of money for its shareholders. So that's principally the goal here. So speaking of making a ton of money what all the plans for the company beyond the deal will you got to imagine there's a couple of things going on. There's probably some structural changes to the company and its alignment and jobs, which will probably be better executed private and out of the headlines wants. It's private. We don't get to see what's happening. It's a lot harder comes a lot less transparent. Some of the difficult decisions that public markets, create for management will no longer be there. So that means the restructure structure, fire people that will happen outside the glare of the public eye. Maybe some of the dirtier work inside the portfolio of assets that isn't as nicely managed. Can be shut off in ways that again, don't get the same attraction and equally. If you want to make big bets on certain other businesses, you then have firepower and the ability to go for it without public markets judging the transactions. So you have to imagine that there is a plan for kick AR to basically bring firepower to the table for them to pursue transactions to then ultimately see them in maybe five years time returned to market at a big profit for everybody. So companies have traditionally preferred to raise cash from shareholders on the public markets toward extended this going into reverse. This is a bit of a unique situation. And in fact, Qiqihar has experienced doing this in Germany, where there's typically large foundation or large shareholder as the cornerstone investment care help, take a market research company called Jeff K private in Germany, similar structure almost the same playbook. Twenty percent added onto the deal to delist and to it that way. It's a different form of LB OBE leveraged by because you're not buying out the whole thing as majority partner, you're buying it as a minority part. But all the advantages of elbow exists, as long as you can work through the management structure, which you won't have as much influence over. So I don't think this is a major trend in terms of public private markets. I think it's unique to companies where there's a cornerstone investor with forty two percent sitting there and the options are limited. So this is kind of a unique structure almost German specific and a lot of ways and care has done it before. It's very specific to kick AR. So what are the big challenges for the company now is it getting the daily of the line, or is it taking what could be quite painful decisions once, that's all done? They probably have a plan for what they're going to do once. It's all done the hard part is getting across the line. So if you're kick AR union to make sure that twenty percent of the investors sign up to this the could play hardball with you. There's history of people like Elliott and some really clever investors going in enforcing railroading companies to pay more money in deals. There's a added complication, which is that there are heirs of the Springer family who also have roughly ten percent of the company axel. Vents Springer spends finger and Ariane Melanie Springer who have about ten percent combined now. My reporting suggests that it's not all hunky Dory on the family side and it's not like everyone's on the same page. I'm not saying it's like HBO show succession, but, you know, families are complicated in the politics within that is always tricky as we've seen in, in other media family like the Murdoch's. So the question is will these to put their ten percent in, because that already gets K are halfway there, or do they take the view that this is going to be, so profitable once they take it private and fix it up that they should stick around and that automatically add some complication because then it shortens lists, the view is they're going to ride the journey still and want to get rich off what happens. So they'll have to convince the other shareholders, this is a good deal. And that's the primary challenge right now families, plus money always equals drama. Right. And great headlines and headlines, she great for us. But Tobias how is this going down in Germany? How's it being viewed, this surprisingly little political reaction to this? I mean as the rash mentioned. Spring is hugely politically influential, all the perhaps, less with the Mackel government than with all the previous ones. I think it's in very much presented here as a move to shore up the sort of long term future of the group. It's been presented and also launch the scene. I think as a move in favor of sort of a long term view, rather than short-term pressure from the capital markets. And as we know that kind of discourse tends to go down quite well with the German public. So they're certainly been very little criticism of this deal. And I think there's also sort of expectation or hope that extra could use this window can use this freedom of being a private company to bulk up and protect itself against, for example, new competition from the likes of Google, which is pushing very hard into the market for online small ads. So I think this is a deal that is really metro little criticism from any corner him. That was Katie mountain. Compass markets editor, soaking Arash Markazi corporate finance deals editor and Tobias the Berlin correspondent, thanks for listening. Don't
"clinger" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Minimizing maneuver that year after year generated millions of dollars in losses for Mr. Kushner. But the losses were only on paper because his company didn't actually appear to lose money. The losses were driven by depreciation which is a tax benefit that let's real estate investors deduct a portion of the cost of their buildings from their taxable income every year into. Fifteen. For example, Kushner took him one point, seven million dollars in salary and investment gains. But those earnings were swamped by eight point, three million dollars of losses largely because of significant depreciation. Kushner is company took on the real estate. So here's the question. Did he break the law? Here's the New York Times. Nothing in the document suggests Mr. Kushner, or his company broke the law. So is this article. So the article is jerked Kushner paid his taxes, but he didn't actually taxes so he didn't pay taxes. How is that an attack. This is just it's cynical. I mean, really that cynical stuff. You don't like the tax code argue against the tax code, but don't blame people for abiding by the actual law of land in the United States. Okay. Time for a quick federalist paper and then we'll be out of here. So we're all the federalist forty seven written by by James Madison. And this one is really fascinating because it talks about the original concept of separation of powers. Madison says that tyranny is a failure of the separation of powers says, quote the accumulation of all powers, legislative executive, and traditionally in the same hands, whether of one of your many, whether hereditary self-appointed or elective may justly be pronounced the very definition of tyranny. In other words, if you have a branch that has arrogated to itself judicial power, executive power and legislative power, that would be a tyranny. He says that if the constitution were really chargeable with accumulation of that sort of power that no further arguments would be necessary to inspire universal reprobation of the system. He does listen there parts where the executive does legislative staff and parts with legislative does. Executive stuff. Employer tour the judiciary does legislative stuff, but if they arrogate extensive and exclusive power of one of the other branches that is tyranny quotes, monster skew, French loss Romanski, who was the progenitor of this idea of checks and balances his meaning as his own words import and still more conclusively as illustrated by the example in his I can amount to no more than this that were the whole power of one department is exercised by the same hands, which possessed the whole power of another department. The fundamental principles of free constitution are subverted..
"clinger" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Instead he wanted to talk Russia for some odd reason, but here's Bill Maher talking about liberals trying to crack down on people quoting Churchill and how insane all of this is eighty percent in this new Atlantic story produce this poll eighty percent of American political correctness as a problem. And I think it's our problem and I don't know why more mainstream liberals don't denounce the political correctness that they must know in private conversations is insane, and he's right out all of this, of course, good for Bill Maher. We credit when it is do around here. Okay. Time for a couple of things that I hate. So Israel has taken a policy that I think is very, very foolish. There's a policy where basically Israel has barred unhinged people from traveling to study in Israel's. There's this woman who's named his Laura alka Sam, she's twenty two. She's an American student Palestinian essense. She arrived in Israel within his should visa to study in a master's program at Hebrew. She never made it out of the airport, Israeli security officials detained her because for past membership, in students for Justice in Palestine, which is indeed an anti semitic anti Israel group. They support a boycott investment sanctions policy toward the Jewish state, and now she's facing deportation hearing. This is bad politics, and it is anti first amendment principles. Now, my view is this the state of Israel does not have to give citizenships at anybody who wants to undermine the state of Israel just as the United States does not have to give citizenship to anybody who wants to undermine the the United States of America as a general rule. Bringing in people to studying inter-country as long as they're paying their own way and is not taking public Dow's. I don't think we should be subsidizing that in the United States. But if somebody comes here and they are socialist, for example, and they wanna study in an engineering program here and they want to pay their own way. I don't see a problem with that, and I think that it would be a mistake for the United States to bar people based on political viewpoints except when it comes to actually becoming citizens and integrating into the society. So Israel has no need to grant citizenship to this woman alka Sam the they've been doing this for few months and I don't think it smart in April, Katherine, Frank, this berry Wyson and Brad Stevens reporting the your times, a professor Columbia was intere-. It was interrogated and deported from Israel on charges of being leader of Jewish voice for peace, which is another organization that endorses in August Simone Zimmerman in American Jewish activists who lives in Israel and is a founder of not now which is a group that is also proceed. Yes, was held at these really border for more than three hours and quizzed on her political views. Peter beinart who's in absolute schmuck of human being. But he's a, he's a left-wing Zion, supposedly, he's also quasi. Yes, he's on his way to his nieces about mitzvah in Israel, and he was detained and question. This is foolish for people who are just visiting if you think national security threat like a real security threat, like they're raising money against Israel, then then you have every right to ban them. But if they're just there and they're left wing, let them in make have them leave on their recess spiders. And that's that this is bad policy. I feel the same way about Israel's. I do about the United States on free speech basis. This seems counterproductive and foolish. I agree with Bret and berry when they say Israel, like all countries has a right to protect its borders and to determine who's allowed in and out. But Israel is also a state the prides itself on being liberal democracy. A fact that goes far to explain the longstanding support for Israel among American Jews, non Jews. Like if liberalism is about anything, it's about deep tolerance for pinions. We find foolish dangerous antipathetic to our own. So detaining folks is is not a worthwhile goal. I think this is right, but you're not to citizenship to anybody. Nor do you have to get public benefits to anybody. And that's where I would draw the line where I is real. I feel the exact same way about the United States. Okay. Other things that I hate..
"clinger" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"This is a state issue. This is not a federal issue. His state and city should investigate every one of these incidents. And the people who instigate violence, you go to jail. If the city was doing that in the first place, these bras would not be breaking out. We've seen them now in Sacramento seen the couple of times in Portland them in Berkeley. We've seen them now in New York City. This is all stuff. Yes. Be ready to defend yourself. Don't go to events though spoiling for a fight, be there in coordination with the police if you're on the side of force what you're doing something right. And if the left refuses to. Allow law enforcement to do its job. This sort of stuff is going to become more and more prevalent and it's horrible for the country truly truly awful for the country. Okay. Time for a couple of things that I like. So things that I like today as a couple of books over the weekend. The first was from Guinan break harmless. I went and visited Graceland and I realized I didn't know very much Elvis. So I did. I always do. I went book on it. So there's a really good book called being Elvis, lonely life by Ray Connolly and the book is fun and well written and interesting if you're a fan of Elvis's music, then it's a kick. So go check that out a Ray Connolly's being Elvis, a lonely life. Really. It's an enjoyable read, and I've been getting kick out of it as well as music. He's really, he's got an underrated voice. Elvis, in the more you listen, the more you realize that actually could sing particularly his ballads. Right. Love me. Tender is really Wellstone song. And the funny thing about love me tender, right? Which he made really popular is that it is one hundred year old confederate ballot, I believe from like the eighteen sixties eighteen fifties, eighteen sixties, redone, rearrange for movie that he made his first movie in any case in go check that out. Okay. Other things that I like this week, so Michael Savage, who's a radio talk show host and disagree Michael on a lot of things. If you wanna window into sort of the Trump movement, you know the folks on the left one window into the movement. They ought to check out Michael's books because Michael has been preaching a lot of the same sort of themes. Some which Grissom which I disagree with that Trump has been on for a long time. There's a reason that Trump and savage close during the last election cycle as new book out called stop mass hysteria, America's insanity from the Salem, witch trials, the Trump which ones about the left targeting Trump the left acts like they don't have a window into the mind of Trump. People like Trump people are all crazy and that they don't have anybody articulating their viewpoint. Savage, the pretty good articulate of that viewpoint. So if folks want to know. What a lot of the Trump is thinking. Michael good beat on it. Go check out, stop mass hysteria. That's that's Michael's new book. Again, don't agree with everything in the book, but I like windows into into ideas and Michael provides that for short. Okay. Other things that I like, so Bill Maher gets credited he was on his show, and this is what I wish we had talked about when mar had me on was the was the evils of political correctness..
"clinger" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
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"clinger" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Go check it out right now. Okay, so final, no, I just have to say this final note on this Elizabeth. Warren thing the left is now trying to gaslight till they say, Elizabeth Warren says that she is native American and that we will not is not. And then she says, okay, well, here's a DNA test proving that I'm pretty much not native American and we go, right? 'cause we said she wasn't said, Nope. Nope, we said pretty much not ten generations ago. She had a native American ancestor or like, right, but that's not really native American, what you must be a racist because you don't think that she's native American based on an ancestor ten generations ago with Colombian DNA. Hey, you don't get to do that. And Elizabeth Warren is obviously kicking into high troll hydro mode. So she actually tweeted out this morning that President Trump is that President Trump has apparently forgotten about his promises to pay her money. It says, having some memory problems, Mr. Trump should we call for Dr. Here's some, you won't forget Mr President you the least popular president in modern history and your allies will go down hard, midterm, elections, twenty two days, tick. Tock tick tock. It's basically Mike lava. Naughty just took over Elizabeth Warren Switzer feed. Good luck with with all of this for the Democrats with all that said, President Trump was on sixty minutes last night. He did overall, I think a pretty good job because dealing with an interviewer in Leslie Stahl who was wildly anti-trump really, really hates Trump and you can tell from the questions, but it was pretty as his pretty epic episode of good Trump bedroom. So I have been the progenitor like the actual creator, not ten generations ago, the actual creator. Of good Trump bad Trump. You know the this model that says, sometimes the president says good things, and sometimes the president says bad things, and we have a theme song for we haven't played it in a while, but today seemed an app today. So let's play a little good Trump Trump. Sure..
"clinger" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"We one makes it sound like the question was, do you care that you mocked Christine, blazey Ford and Trump says, it doesn't matter. We won. Well, there's only one problem that is clearly not what Trump was saying. Like clearly not what Trump was saying. Here's President Trump actually talking. We need the actual clip of President Trump talking from from sixty minutes on. And here he is here. He is in context that is absolutely not what he's saying. Professor Blasi for you mimicked her had I not made that speech. We would not have one. I was just saying she didn't seem to know anything, and you're trying to destroy a life of a man who has been extrordinary. Why did you have to make fun of her? I didn't really make fun. They will lash it as the person that we're talking about didn't know the year. The time the place professor Blasi for got before the Senate and and was asked, what's the worst moment? And she said, when the two boys laughed at me at my expense, and then I've watched you Mimika and thousands of people were laughing at her. They can do what the. Oh, I will tell you the way. Now, Justice Cavanaugh was treated has become a big factor in the midterms. Have you seen what's going on with the polls, but did you have? Well, I think she was treated with great respect. Nobody on us like, what do you think those shouldn't? Do you think you treated her with great? I do. But you seem to be saying that she lied a, you know what? I'm not gonna get into it because we won. It doesn't matter we want. Okay. So clearly he's not saying I don't care that you're accusing me of mocking her because we won. He's saying, I'm not gonna get into this with you. It's over. We're done the media covered this as though he was saying that he didn't care that he had mocked her, which is actually not what he said. So took that out of context too. It's just amazing. It's just amazing. So again, when President Trump Slim's the so-called fake news when they actually are participating in fake news, they absolutely one hundred percent deserve it. They absolutely one hundred percent deserve all of it in a second. We're going to go through an epic episode of. Good Trump bad from because President Trump was on sixty minutes yesterday. But first, let's talk about how you are going to relax. So does this new cycle make you wanna relaxed? Do you need to relax a little bit? I mean, I know you're boneless from laughter over Lisbeth Warren's claim that she native American, but still if you're a little bit stressed out over.
"clinger" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Incredible now you'd think, well, that's bad stuff. You probably shouldn't call a confederate leader. Incredible. It is true. By the way, the robbery was a good general. I don't think great general, but he's good general. That doesn't mean that he was a good person or that he believed good things, but that was the headline for NBC news. The headline for NBC news is that Trump said the robbery was a great general and called the confederate leader. Incredible. Now, here is what president from actually said about robbery. Here's the clip of President Trump talking and one day it was looking really bad. And linkages said, you hardly knew his name and they said, don't take him. He's got a drinking problem. And Lincoln said, I don't care what problem as you guys are winning. And his name was grant general grid. And Lincoln said, I don't care enough hallock frankly, give me six or seven more just like, okay, so there's Trump actually talking about Brent when he was saying, is that Robert E Lee was a great general who's overcome by grant. He was not saying that robbery lose a wonderful wonderful person standing for wonderful thing. So NBC has to actually correct it. So Trump tweets, this out. He says, you guys, you got this wrong, he got this wrong. So here's President Trump's tweet. NBC news has totally purposely changed the put and meaning of my story about generally rabbit Aley and general. Ulysses grant was actually a shoutout to warrior grant and the great state in which he was born as usual diz, honest reporting, even mainstream media embarrassed. NBC had this weed a correction. They tweeted out a full correction correction in earlier tweet misidentified the general President Trump described as incredible at a rally in Ohio. It was general Ulysses s grant not general Robert Lee and attach video clip lacked the full context. Trump's remark here is the full clip. It took NBC news, two full days tr- attracted to full days. And that wasn't the only example of ridiculous media bias in the last forty eight hours. So CBS tweeted this out about President Trump on sixty minutes. Last night. President Trump was on sixty minutes. Here's what they tweeted. They tweeted President Trump on his treatment of Christine blazey Ford at rally, the accuser of just now Justice, Brad Kavanagh. It doesn't matter..
"clinger" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Tell them that we sent you use filter by here in the office. I've used it at my house as well. Go check it out right now. Filter b u y dot com. That's filter by dot com. So spectacular. So Elizabeth Warren, just making a mockery of herself and not even knowing in the media playing long. Now, the question is, what motivated her to do this? What what made her do this? What made Elizabeth Warren think this is a great idea. The answer is that what made her by how the hell great idea she thinks was she went home and she filmed a video with a bunch of her family members complaining about how Trump was mean for suggesting she didn't have native American ancestry. Uh-huh. She obviously is prepping for a presidential run, but this is so. My, you know how white Elizabeth Warner's book at the back of this paper. Okay. This paper right here is less white than than Elizabeth Warren is because you can still see the ink through it a little bit. Hey, lose with ward is more white than this piece of paper. And yet she is proclaiming native American. It's good. It's just it's so good. Okay, so love it, but why don't you do this? She did this because she knew the media would cover for anyway. So the so the the media wrote a bunch of headlines saying that now she had been now. She had been justified. She'd been justified in her accusations. She had been justified in her claims and she is calling on President Trump to sign her a million dollar cheque because she has possibly point zero, nine percent native American, solid, solid stuff there, but she's right because the media do backer play, no matter what she does. The media will backer play, and that's obvious from the weekends media coverage, the media. You know, it's funny folks on the left. Suggest that the people on the right are better cleaners. We cling to God and we cling to guns and we cling to cling to our American status. We cling to our borders and cling to our language. We cling to all sorts of terrible things. You remember Barack Obama blamed evil republicanism on being bitter. Clinger's Elizabeth Warren is bitterly clinging onto this narrative in the media are bitterly clinging on along with her, and then they are clinging onto a bunch of other false narratives that they are putting out all they have to do. I've said this on CNN all that the media have to do in order to undermine President Trump is just try to stick to the truth. They can't do it. There's nothing that they can do that that will force them to stick the truth. And the evidence of this over the weekend. There are two separate two separate major media stories that turned out to be basically false about President Trump story. Number one, here's eight in NBC tweet about a rally that President Trump did. I believe Friday night. Says, watch president from says, Robert elite was a great general during Haya rally calling the confederate leader..
"clinger" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"So today, Elizabeth Warren came forward with the evidence that she was in fact native American. Now, I think that it's important to note if you don't believe in media bias, you have to check out the headlines today because the headlines today are truly astonishing. The headline today from the Daily Beast suggests that there is strong evidence that she is native American. Okay. This it says, this is the actual title. Elizabeth Warren DNA test reveals native American ancestry. Her claims to indigenous heritage had been ridiculed by Trump. CNN had a headline about Elizabeth Warren. Same thing says Trump offered one million dollars. Now he says, who cares. And Elizabeth Warren releases test with strong evidence of ancestry. And then analysis wireless with Warren is number one in our new twenty twenty rankings. So CNN obviously has a pretty strong agenda here. So what this would suggest if you just read those headlines is should DNA tested found that a great grandparent was native American or something? Well. Not much. So she took a DNA test and here's what each other is going to the Boston Globe. The analysis of Warren's DNA was done by Carlos Bustamante a Stanford University professor and expert in the field who donate twenty ten MacArthur fellowship also known as genius grant for his work on tracking population migration via DNA analysis. He concluded that the vast majority of Warren's ancestry is European, but he added that the results strongly support, the existence of an anad mixed native American ancestor. So what exactly does that mean? Here's what it means. Bustamante calculated that warrants, pure native American ancestor appears in her family tree in the range of six to ten generations ago, six to ten generations ago. In other words, her actual native American ancestor could be polka contests that takes you back like two hundred years. That's just just to be straight about this. Her claim that she has native American ancestry was that her parent, her mom was so native. That she was discriminated against by her dad's family, that is not the same thing as her. Great, great, great, great, great. Grandparent, minimum was native American, not not the same thing at all. And by the way that is not the outer limit of the test, the test shows that at best at best. She was a sixth generation native American at worst at worst, its tenth, which would mean that she had an ancestor her. Great. Great. Great, great, great, great, great, great, great. Grandparent who was native American. Hey, the the, the best part of the Boston Globe story, it's really, really spectacular. So it says the inherent imprecision of the six page analysis could provide fodder for Warren's critics yet. I think if for great, great, great. Grandmother was native American that puts her at one thirty second American Indian. But no one says she's one thirty. Second, the minimum ride the minimum is that she is one ending was one, five hundred twelve or something. She's not like one thirty seconds is not actually a a sixth generation native American. That's that's like a fourth generation of American. In any case, the report includes the possibility that she is just one one thousand twenty-fourth native American. If the ancestor is ten generations back one thousand twenty. Fourth, I love this. So here here's the even better part to make up for the dearth of native American ancestry DNA booster Monte. You samples from Mexico Peru and Colombia to stand in for. Native American. So he knew us like Cherokee DNA to match up Hughes Mexican Peruvian and Colombian DNA to match up. So what it really shows is that she's one thousand twenty four Mexican Peruvian or Colombian, so. Awesome. Awesome. I love this. It says worn, has twelve times more native American blood than white person from Great Britain and ten times more than a white person from Utah. The report found while there's only one problem with that, what the actual study shows that the average American in the United States of any race. The average American in the United States is point. One eight percent is point one, eight percent native American, and that that is what and by the way you're not accepted as a native American native American tribe unless you are at least one sixteenth native American meaning that you had a grandparent who is native American. So we are now going back ten generations to try and claim that she is native American because she claimed, I guess, a university of Pennsylvania native American heritage and all the rest. He she is point zero. Zero, nine percent native American and she is bragging about this right?.
"clinger" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Great again. So Elizabeth Warren is the Senator from Massachusetts. I knew her a little bit when I was in Harvard Law School because she was a property professor. They're pretty popular property professor. The first time I met her, she literally the percent momentum. She was recruiting for Harvard Law School, and she ripped on Rush Limbaugh. That was a pretty good opener for what Elizabeth Warren was politically. Well, Elizabeth Warren today decided that she would engage in the most humiliating cell phone. I have ever seen in American politics. I mean, this is like the best cell phone of all time. This is the equivalent to that guy who owned gold during the World Cup and then got killed for it. Hopefully, nothing bad happens to lose with Laura. Nobody is calling for violence, but this is a really bad own-goal my goodness. So we have to. Travel back in time to a time when Elizabeth Warren claims that she was in fact native American. She said that she had high Cherokee cheekbones. She suggested in a in a recipe book called Powell shell. I kid you not that she was a native American and the recipe she submitted to pow Chow was respite recipe. Again, I kid you not for crab bisque because clearly that was something the Cherokees made back in the day crab bisque. The noted crab herds of the Oklahoma plains that her ancestors used to hunt allude with Warren told the story over and over about her native American ancestry. And what she said was that they're racist members of family couldn't accept her parents romance because her mom was partially native American. Here's Elizabeth Warren telling the romantic story. Actually, you haven't rolling about what it is. I believe, let's start the don't. Okay. My mom and dad were very much in love with each other and they wanted to get married and my father's parents said, absolutely not. You can't. Her because she's part Cherokee and she's part Delaware and after fighting as long as they couldn't, my parents went off, they eloped. Okay. So her parents eloped because her mom was part Cherokee and part Delaware, which means you would think pretty hefty dose of native American ancestry right there, right. I mean, if if her family is worried about it then sounds like that'd be some significant native American ancestry. So President Trump didn't believe this because it's nonsense. They had people actually checked in her background. They found there's no native American ancestry anywhere in the in the in the time horizon of rationality. So President Trump went out on the campaign trail. This is back in twenty seventeen, I believe, and he was holding a rally in Montana, and he suggested that he would give her a million dollars if she could prove her native American ancestry. And we will say, I will give you a million dollars for your favorite charity paid for by Trump. If you take the test to the judge urine into him..
"clinger" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Have any risks. I don't feel like I'm personally at risk. I've got food and water, and I have lamps battery operated that are fully charged them one of them can charge my phone. So I've got all my bases covered has. She thought about the fact that cell service may be interrupted for a few days phone. I got a phone rotor. Kony go out right bar band. This is a couple we found out that the bidder Clinger's clangers. Barbara Bradley, Wilmington, North Carolina hair. Bradley, bitter cleaning are braided, no word Madinat. And we've seen lots of storm. Come. We're staying Eddie. That's better than the basement. Stay in the basement. That's where to struggled part of Hassi. We got our patriots. A ham radio moved up. Guys aren't worried about the storm surge at all. Next door church mean like an energy. They can plug their cell phone in their fine. Okay. Me a lamp based rechargeable Plugger into the wall. She do just fine. Council. Wind up with your hand crank. I got memento bucket out there. So they're going to be okay. Well, okay. I wish you the best of luck on the hand the hand of salt water, but we'll see. I think it's pretty good against salt water. We just hope everybody's safe. But foolish fish. We'll go have fish for dinner. You know, the people like that guy. Who said, you know, he's got the four foot wave crashing into his house. So he's..
"clinger" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Clinger's to 20th two on wgn april glaser joins us from slade magazine april it's john williams you're on wgn radio how are you i'm doing great thanks for having me just visited with a guy over at the cato institute a conservative think tank and their view on it was that the worry about net neutrality going away is is worry but not fact in fact the internet has been largely unregulated and folks seemed to be okay with it is there the possibility for trouble yeah but he said let's hold our fire until that happens what do you say about that i would rather not wait until something bad happened and the truth is is that the internet did have a level of rules i mean they were guidelines in place in the fcc did active punished for instance comcast one if blocked or or when it punish palm casper for blocking uh bittorrent traffic over its network do you know back in two thousand seven you know we say we've seen a apple attempt to uh or agency rather attempt to block facetime on apple and then that was also received heavy pushback and so there's been some guidelines for a long time it just it they were never codified until 2015 and now uh chairman pie has completely on done that and and as 2015 rules where we're really hard to get now we don't know how bad it's going to be but the truth is that the reason why we have role it's prevent it from getting back you know it could be that as soon as the rules are enacted at and t's speed of access to facebook and rise and speed up access to to netflixing and and all of a sudden you know that the internet is just a much different place he said for instance sousse so you'll do slowly in the fast lane and.
"clinger" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"They can't believe that they do not have way or influence over this many millions of americans and because they don't have sway your influence this many million americans must be a bunch of dolts they must be a bunch of rubes they must be sold dulbin stupid that they can't possibly be reached by the drive by media in addition to everything else do not doubt me this was a major crawl that they think they hold sway over public opinion they think they are able to make it shape it bendit flake at form it and the trump voters spoke up in ramdom utter denial and they just haven't been able to come to grips with that either that group of people voted for trump as far as the media and the establishment but that's a whole different country of people that's a whole different university barrel those aren't americans does not the people we think of when we think of american hey seed headaches what obama called a bitter clinger's but kushner is right suggesting that this election is illegitimate ridicules in insults everybody that voted for trump and that's a big reason why trump voters are never going to fall for this collusion story and are never going to buy into this notion that the russians rigged with trump they're never going to buy into it because it makes them illegitimate and they are not legitimate you people that vote for trump are not 'illegitimate' and they're trying to make you illegitimate by virtue of claiming that trump's election was so dan a bash on wolf blitzer this afternoon she spoke about kushner's comment the trump won because he had a better message and that anyone seeing otherwise ridicules his voter clean up and talk about when people go out and speak.
"clinger" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"People still go to church on sundays they cling to their bibles guns in there clinger's the bitter clinger's as you know as we heard from barack obama years ago so yeah you're right the that's what they want to bring it all these new people they want to drop all these muslim refugees and rural america drop them they are changed the whole culture they will you pee people are inconvenient you guys delivered us trompie frankly delivered reagan i like you gotta bring in new people they're better they they're they're more um understanding about the needs of the global community you all have this idea of nationalism and american sovereignty and borders in a in a unique language that we need to change all that that's very provincial backwardlooking a great point mike mike a republican in california boy we need more of them we'll take a break eight five five forty laura this was something today seven fifteen in the morning congressman steve scalise shot a wounded in stable condition to other shot and thank the good lord for the capitol police we'll take a break don't go away the was there was a lot of greening of hollering the actor peter eric dill both rebecca that we were under attack we had no definitive that you are we were there on the the laura ingraham show is luke mm i'm adding my name to the one million people who swear by ovation cell therapy which really works on your dry damaged in sometimes lifeless hair i love it and i use it every day the cell therapy treatment can work even better by using ovation's clarifying shampoo that removed tsr product build up in chemicals chlorine salt water all that stuff that gets in our here during the summer ovation is making it easy for you to try both products because you get the clarifying shampoo free when you order ovation's powerful cell therapy treatment both products are clinically proven to products for the price of one but this deal ends.