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"cliven bundy" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Come up with a plan to extend their benefits. It's morning edition from NPR News. People use that extra unemployment money to buy things. They need money that went back into the economy and propped it up. I'm David Greene and I'm Rachel Martin. So what happens to US economic growth? When that money is gone, some schools opened across the country This week. We check in on Georgia, where it didn't take long to start seeing positive Corona virus cases and the unlikely story of the 37 year old woman trying to unseat the president of Belarus After 26 years in power, it's Friday, August 7th actress Charlize Theron turns 45 years old. Theme news is next. Line from NPR News on Corvin, Coleman. Democrats and Republicans are still struggling to reach a deal on a new package of pandemic relief. NPR's Claudia Gonzales reports. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says both sides remain far apart. The reason our negotiations with the White House have been so arduous is they just don't see Needs out there and they don't want to do anything about them. They want to get away with his little is possible. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says members need to work faster toward a deal, but we have to move quickly. More quickly because the light at that end of the tunnel, maybe the freight train of the virus coming at us If we do not act to contain it, Republicans say the bill needs to give businesses new legal protections. Claudia De Santis NPR NEWS Washington President, Trump has signed executive orders effectively banning the Chinese owned social media APS, TIC TAC, and we chat. They could be yanked from Apple and Google Zap stores in 45 days. The Trump Administration alleges. TIC TAC shares Americans personal information with the Chinese government. Tic Tac denies this Tic TAC helps fund NPR content that appears on that social media platform. A federal appeals court in San Francisco is rejecting the Justice Department's attempts to get a retrial in their case against Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy, NPR's Kirk Siegler reports. The rancher and his militia were accused of leading an armed standoff against federal agents in 2014. This latest decision comes more than two years after the government's case against Bundy. His sons in the Montana militia man collapsed in a mistrial and they walked out of the federal courthouse in Las Vegas free last May. Prosecutors try to Hail Mary attempt to get a new trial, but the ninth Circuit panel's sided with the low record, which had admonished the government for failing to turn over key evidence. And barred any new indictments from being filed. This latest win for Bundy is not unexpected. Legal observers have long accused the government of bungling its case against the rancher who's refused to recognise federal control of US public grazing lands and still owes at least a $1,000,000 in unpaid federal grazing lease fees. Kirk Siegler. NPR news officials in India say that country has now recorded two million cases of the Corona virus. India is the third worst affected country in the world behind Brazil and the United States. NPR's Lauren Frayer has more India logged more than 62,000 new infections on Friday. That's a daily record for India had been adding around 50,000 new cases daily. The virus has spread from India's mega cities to smaller towns in rural areas where healthcare is scant, experts say it's months away from Peking. NPR's Lauren Frayer reporting. This is NPR news. The Labor Department will release its latest monthly unemployment report later this morning. Forecasters expect to see a modest dip in the unemployment rate from a little more than 11% to about 10.5%. Although that would be an improvement, the rate would still be higher than in any previous Postwar recession. National Voter Registration group is apologizing for a mistake. Half a 1,000,000 voters got registration applications with incorrect information been paving of member station BPM in Richmond reports. A center for voter information recently sent a packet that included a voter registration form and a return envelope. But those envelopes for around 500,000 Virginia voters listed the wrong registrar's office. That means voters in Richmond City who returned their applications would send their information to registrar's in Richmond County, around 50 miles away. The centre for Voter Information, blamed a programming air for the mistake and promised to work with registrars to redirect male and pay any extra expenses. The organization was started by a Democratic strategist but bills itself as nonpartisan for NPR News. I've been paved in Richmond, Ohio, Governor Mike DeWine now says he has taken a more sensitive test for the Corona virus, and that test was negative. On Thursday, he took an earlier test and it was positive for the virus. This was ahead of a visit by President Trump. Wine, says he has no symptoms. The Ohio governor plans to take 1/3 Corona virus test tomorrow in order to confirm the.
"cliven bundy" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Live from NPR news I'm Shay. Stevens. Forecasters expect to see a modest dip in the unemployment rate when the Labor Department issues, it's monthly report card this morning. His NPR Scott horsely reports, they are some worrisome signs that improvements in the job market are stalling. The unemployment rate is expected to tick down from one point, one percent in June to about ten and a half percent in July, that would still be a higher jobless rate than in any previous postwar recession, and there are signs that job gains have slowed as the potentially deadly corona virus continues to spread. US, employers added a record four point, eight, million jobs in June, but forecasters expect to see only about. About a third, that many jobs added in July, a slowdown in job growth would mean an even longer road recovery for the tens of millions of people who've lost work during the pandemic Scott Horsely News, Washington. Democratic, congressional leaders, say the White House is refusing to give any ground on aid for American workers laid off during the Pandemic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Kohl's the Republican relief proposal. ANOREXIC. Not Enough money for food, not enough nothing for housing in terms of rentals a moratorium. That's nice. But it's not money. For Rent it isn't. Not. Enough, money for money in the pockets of the American people Senate. Democratic leader. Chuck Schumer is urging White House negotiators to return to the US capital for more talks today. White. House chief of Staff Mark Meadows says President Trump is frustrated with the Democrats and is still exploring the idea of using his executive powers to end the stalemate. As. The nation's school districts grapple with when and how to safely reopen K. through twelve classrooms. One House Committee invited a teacher to share her perspective. NPR's Corey. Turner has her story Angeles. Had A personal story to tell makers the second grade teacher in a small Arizona town addressed the House select subcommittee on the coronavirus crisis from inside a classroom earlier, this summer, she was teaching summer school with two fellow educators. She said, they wore masks stayed socially distant and so much shared a pencil. She said all three teachers contracted cove it less than two weeks. Later, one of them died, our careers are not just about our students. We also have to worry about our community and the people we work. Work with and our own families at home. Skilling's told the committee she and her colleagues want to do what's best for students, but the reopening of schools should not be rushed corey. Turner NPR news new. York's Attorney General is suing the National Rifle Association alleging its leaders, diverted tens of millions of dollars from the nonprofit to benefit themselves and friends. The tissue James has four array officials violated new. York charity laws, the interviews. President. Calls the lawsuit, a baseless attack on the second amendment. This is NPR news. The. State Department special envoy for Ron has announced that he's leaving the Post Brian. Hooks. Resignation comes amid efforts to get UN Security Council members to support a US draft resolution to extend in arms embargo against Iran that is set to expire in mid October as Linda Fassulo reports. The US ambassador to the UN says she hopes Russia and China will not block the. The proposal US ambassador to the UN Kelly Kraft characterized Iran as the world's number. One sponsor of terrorism in a briefing with reporters, and she said China and Russia will be viewed as co-sponsors if they veto the US draft resolution to indefinitely extend the UN weapons embargo lifting arm sanctions against Iran would allow it to import and export conventional weapons including fighter jets. Jets, submarines, and missiles with a range of up to one hundred, eighty miles meanwhile. Russia, and China major arm sellers to Tehran have indicated, they will block the US proposed resolution. If to a vote for NPR news zillow in New York a Federal Appeals Court denied the Justice Department's motion to retry on the Vata rancher who led an armed standoff with agents trying to. To, round up cattle near his property in twenty fourteen, the decision comes over two years after the case against Cliven Bundy, two of his sons and several militiamen ended in mistrial seventy-four-year-old. Bundy has refused to recognize the government's control of public land. The government has also failed to prosecute the Bundy's in a separate but related armed standoff in Oregon in two thousand sixteen. This is NPR news. Support, for NPR..
"cliven bundy" Discussed on The How-To Heretic
"Oh my God! And he said when I would go through northern Las Vegas, and I would see these little government houses, and in front of the Gut Government House at the door was usually open, and the older people and the kids, and there's always at least a half dozen people sitting on the porch. They didn't have nothing to do. They didn't have nothing for their kids to do. They didn't have nothing for the young girls to do. And because they were basically on government subsidy, and so now, what do they do? They abort their young children. They put their young men in jail because they never learned how to pick cotton. Dam. Dam that is some upper level racist. That's top tier right there from. On a guy who has been sucking on the government teat for decade with fourteen children that is. Astoundingly, power. He owes the federal government. A million dollars doug a million dollars. And And I love the idea that black people have two options. Sit on the porch and abort babies or pick. Your right. Hand. Win Their Board. Abortion is a fun thing, right? We all enjoy. Bundy literally sees the world in black and white like a dog. Does not have color vision. I'm not done with the quote. There's one last little bit. He says Oh good. I was hoping I was worried done. I've often wanted to know what they were better off as slaves picking cotton. Family, life, and doing things, or are they better off? At Subsidy It's enough from you. motherfucker. Oh, no, this was such a racist atom bomb that even Sean Hannity had to beat a hasty retreat. And one of the only truly funny things come out of this whole sordid affair must have been the absolute exodus of news trucks and journalists from the Bundy compound immediately after that video landed. It went from. He was wall-to-wall coverage to crickets. It was like the big story in the country. Yeah! and. Hannity Hannity I think it had him on every night for at least a week. Maybe more than that. Yeah, and then all of a sudden the next. It was just color Mars relate. Bundy never happened Yup. Stephen Colbert has bit is so funny. He's like. Cool bears, playing a conservative character, and he's like I wish I'd gotten. Before Hannity really tied Cliven Bundy around my neck like some kind of lucky seabird..
"cliven bundy" Discussed on The How-To Heretic
"Bladder Putin's only been the leader of Russia for twenty, so imagine the effect of this person on this institution. Putin that's right we. What for Twenty Nine Years Brigham built the Mormon Church in his image. There were no fashions to speak of. There was no opposition party, no constitutional rights to assemble or petition the government. There was just Brigham Young, sitting at the top of every pyramid, civil, cultural and religious. And Marital Yes yes, and second financial financial. Imagine, the political and social views of the hierarchy of the Church at Brigham built. You can be pretty sure that they were no social justice warriors in that lot. The church that Brigham built was a hard bitten desert dwelling, heavily armed white supremacist cult built on child sexual trafficking, and that's true. So. What would people look look and act like in our modern day had they stayed true to the Church that Brigham built. Ladies and gentlemen I give you. Cliven Bundy and the Bundy clan and the. hijinks in the ballot of Cleven Bundy. I do love calling something that ends with the with bloodshed hijinks. Well there's not this. For subjects for our show, the body count is. Surprisingly low it's modest, yeah. And for a Mormon story, it's quite modest, yeah, well, and for a story of like religious nut jobs clashing into. A federal agents potus look. There are several points in this story where things could have become exceptionally bloody. It's a testament to the patients and good judgement of the federal agents, agents, and not the Bundy's but. Explain! It definitely depends on the color of the Bundy skin. We'll get to that. Yeah, so the title. The ballot of Cliven Bundy was of course coined by Stephen Colbert back in April of two thousand, fourteen on his show the Colbert poor. Right in the middle of the first armed bundy standoff with federal with the federal government, but before the second armed bundy standoff with the federal government that led directly and perhaps inevitably to a sovereign citizen, waggling giant Dildo in a bird sanctuary. Journey angrily. Is there another way to wagle a Dildo? That's for patrons only. Right. So cliven Bundy was born in. Las Vegas in Nineteen forty-six. For those of you who don't know in one of life's starkest yet. Most pointless ironies Las Vegas was originally settled by Mormons. Bundy was. Born a Devout Mormon to devout Mormon parents, and he was raised in the most conservative part of a conservative religion, think of the bull's eye in a dartboard, but in this case dartboard where every ring is white yet think if you basically. Born and raised in the Kaaba in the middle of Mecca. That was your house that everybody walked around seven times. That's kind of where this. Yeah the the area of southwestern. U Utah Easter. Nevada that Cliven Bundy was born into is kind of scary place. what the more and so if the mormonism that Cliven Bundy was brought up on is akin to the Hobby ISM, of mormonism. Then, this part of the South West is akin to the tribal regions of mormonism. A quick note. I'm going to refer to be a lot in this segment so just for clarity in the context of the story that's Bureau of land, management, and not black lives matter right although..
"cliven bundy" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Won't answer the question what a coward well she was a coward again yesterday not just racist in my opinion but also a coward this was yesterday at the town council city council meeting she was confronted by a man by the name of Dan role and as you know in these meetings I believe if you're a member of the public a citizen you get two minutes I want you to have to listen to this man Gambrell who just absolutely destroyed or have a listen to this yes my name is Daniel and I'm here today in twenty twenty we need great we need good news and I was not expecting the excellent news that Michelle fury was stepping down as mayor pro tem in the city of Las Vegas welcome good news but this is not the first time let's not forget that in twenty fifteen Michelle fury call her black assemblyman colleague a colored person and they told us all to get over matters of race in color because we had a black president Michelle if you only want to associate with Cliven Bundy alleged domestic terrorist and let's not forget that Cliven Bundy said that black people were better off as slaves because at least they knew how to pick cotton and you madam mayor chose that woman to be your mayor pro tem this is the same woman whose business was shut down by the statement about it and told us that cancer was a fungus that could be cleared with baking soda it is not ironic to me that Michelle fury wraps herself in the thin blue line claims to be pro law enforcement but conveniently forgets the fact that she was expelled and condemned by law enforcement a twenty sixteen percent sorry that now now now you yeah that is just classic moments later Fiori walks out of the meeting have a listen to this she's.
"cliven bundy" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Saturday. But everyone who came out seemed to be united by at least one common cause getting president trump out of office. This is our fourth march and we'll keep marching until trump is removed. Hopefully this is the last March sixty one year old Barbara King traveled from her home in Westchester New York to join the women's march with her sister and friend. She says she's not confident in the impeachment process and is working to get the vote out so that a the Democrat will be taking office by this time next year for NPR news. I'm Caroline Lewis in New York City this is NPR news from Washington. Public Health officials in China. Say they've confirmed. Another seventeen cases of a new form of viral. Pneumonia bringing the total to sixty two two. Two people died. All of the cases are now in just one city officials fear it will spread as hundreds of millions of people travelled home or abroad for the upcoming Chinese New Year ear. The trump administration is proposing to modernize regulations to make it easier for ranchers to graze their cattle on public lands. NPR's Kirk siegler reports the Federal Bureau of Land Management hasn't had a Senate confirmed director in the trump administration nevertheless acting department heads including the agency's the acting director. William Perry Pedley are moving forward with the plan to update regulations on cattle grazing. And in some cases make it easier for ranchers to expand grazing on public clan prior to coming to the job. pen-li represented ranchers in property disputes against the agency. He now heads. He's also expressed support for ranchers like Cliven Bundy who've defied federal law refusing to pay grazing. Fees conservationists say these rules would harm other users of public lands and cut the public out of decision making the government. Government is taking comment on the proposal through early March Kirk Siegler. NPR News Space. X will try again today to launch its crew debt. Dragon Capsule Apo- that can carrie seven astronauts. There will be no aboard this time. It's a test of an emergency escape. System once launch the capsule detached from the rocket then parachute into the ocean. The test is the last major hurdle before space x can plan to launch two NASA astronauts to the International Space Station. I'm Nora Raum N._P._R. News..
"cliven bundy" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Stones and metal street barriers. Anton Abu Daoud a philosophy professor had hoped protests would remain peaceful. He said this was the worst day so far. Some people don't don't work. Don't have money that desperate to to change things. We cannot ask them to to stay peacefully home. I take that they don't understand that anymore. The theme with the protest we will not pay the price a reference to Lebanon staggering debt and a stalemate among the political elites to name a government and propose an economic crisis plan plan Deborah Amos. NPR News Bay route and you're listening to NPR news from Washington. The trump administration is proposing to modernize regulations to make it easier for ranchers to graze their cattle on US public land's NPR's NPR's Kirk siegler reports. The new rules would affect about one hundred sixty million acres of public land mostly in the West. The Federal Bureau of Land Management hasn't had a Senate confirmed director in the trump administration nevertheless acting department heads including the agency's acting director. William Perry penalty are moving forward with the plan to update eight regulations on cattle grazing and some cases make it easier for ranchers to expand grazing on public land prior to coming to the job. pen-li represented ranchers in property disputes. beauts against the agency. He now heads. He's also expressed support for ranchers like Cliven Bundy who have defied federal law refusing to pay grazing. Fees Conservationists nation is say these rules would harm other users of public lands and cut the public out of decision. Making the government is taking comment on the proposal through early March Kirk Siegler. NPR for news. NASA says a key test of a safety system on a space x capital capsule that is designed to launch humans to the International Space Station has now been postponed. It was scheduled for today but it will now happen tomorrow morning from the Kennedy Space Center because officials say the seas were too often the winds too strong in the recovery area to to attempt. Today's dry Ron Nance was to test the emergency abort system to make sure the SPACEX capsule can return astronauts to safety during emergency after liftoff. If necessary.
"cliven bundy" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Secret service check points while carrying a laptop cell phones and other electronic gear she is awaiting deportation a CBS news justice and homeland security correspondent Jeff Piquet's and an independent investigation has found that a Washington state lawmaker participated in domestic terrorism K. I. R. old radios heather Bosch says the matter is now being directed to the FBI the report commissioned by the Washington state house found that representative Matt Shea health plan and prepare for the twenty fifteen takeover of a wildlife refuge in Oregon that standoff ended six weeks later with one protester deck the investigation found the Spokane area of Republican acting as the quote leader of the patriot movement promoted three armed conflict against the US government in several states including a twenty fourteen stand off in Nevada with rancher Cliven Bundy heather Bosch for CBS news Seattle president trump is privately seething over becoming the third U. S. president to be impeached and he is eager to have the Senate clear his name and tell his side of the story house speaker Nancy Pelosi is holding off on sending the articles of impeachment to the Republican led Senate CBS news correspondent Skyler Henry says the impasse comes as New Jersey congressman Jeff van drew a freshman Democrat who was part of the twenty eighteen blue wave jump ship Jeff will be joining the Republican Party he met with president trump Thursday in the oval office.
"cliven bundy" Discussed on Kotaku Splitscreen
"She plays with people's is in new york. She's i incredible shoes incredible then and she played the fiddler in that production so you've got this kid out there playing just shredding it and it was really amazing and i fell in love the musical so good yeah. It's a killer musical. I so one quick thing. Is that one of the best parts. One of my favorite parts of the show are the documentary him entering is so obviously it speaks to me because it literally the life of my great grandparents is that they were in settles in poland and so it's literally like speaking my aunt it says she was really interesting as they talk about how it's performed all around the world and all these different countries and they talk about japanese version and how someone like turned to one of the producers and was like how do people watch us in the west. How do they understand it. It's such a japanese story. Which i thought was a really funny. It's one of those stories about like home and community and tradition and family family that just speaks to every every culture <hes> so yeah kirkwood about watching. I've just got one thing. It is a podcast actually called bundy ville that came out. I think a couple years ago and then a second season of it that was not planned but they made anyways just came out and <hes> it's by primarily by journalists named leeann attila who's really really good good. She's an o._p._b. Journals it's like a joint o._p._b. Long reads production and it's about it started the first season is about the bundy family which is like cliven bundy and you know about the bundy's just like are the cattle ranchers who got in the showdown with the government over grazing rights and then came up here to oregon and got in the whole thing like the bird sanctuary and that the one guy got killed hild and man. It's really really good. It's <hes> a little colty so it gets into some of that. You know scratches that cult. It's a little bit but it's also just very much about this specific genre of culture war like of the nah you know what sort of consuming everyone at all times that's happening in the american west fast and the patriot movement which is like all the militias and you know the people that we definitely see up here in portland who come into town and when you know there's like a nazi whatever march in in downtown portland and then the three percents of the oath keepers and these various like militia adjacent or actual militias come in and it just is a really fascinating and very well l. done look at that. It's you know she has her viewpoints but she does a really good job of talking to people she's just i'm really impressed with her her journalism and her ability to get these guys to talk she she sits down with cliven bundy in the first season and just gets into talk forever and it's such a it's such a reminder that good journalism is just letting people talk like i feel like i've never actually actually. I was never a very good reporter even when i was trying to do it because i like to talk like i'm better podcast. You're gonna have a reporter and i don't like silences. Fill them up like i'm probably probably i would be an easy mark if i had secrets because i would just like blah blah blah. 'cause i like to talk and these guys and now that is something. It's something jason of course we've all. We've talked about this. She's very good at these guys love to talk like some of them and so she's very good. I just being like tell me about your worldview and then they tell her and you get this very league <hes> nuance and fascinating look at these people who are doing really dangerous shit and are part of this really like you know kind of scary movement and i. I don't know i really recommend it anyone anyone who likes that kind of stuff. I'm in season two now which is like broadened its scope. It is just very well done. It's called bundy ville..
"cliven bundy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I wanted to know what happened with the FBI but first that meant convincing him that we weren't FBI agents perforated top black yeah I'm of the US we A. was surprised about the report that you just switch on the market what I'm saying because in Q. blurs world everyone's a potential threat you can't be too careful he's been burned once already ask him why he's even telling his story that's what I was told I would I've been on board town for years I came here because they wanted to hear Keebler's side of the bombing and understand how and why things became violent but just a few minutes into the interview what I'm really wondering is how does the FBI decide to focus on this guy is this old man in poor health really the most dangerous person in the patriot movement if you skip over the special forces training the computer hacking and martial arts inventing the verifiable part of bill people our story starts in twenty fourteen we spent about two weeks and Bunker Hill Nevada and Cliven Bundy's ranch the family and some malicious were facing off with the bureau of land management because the Bundys hadn't paid their grazing fees and the bill and had come to collect their cattle the fact the Keebler was there was later used by government prosecutors in court as evidence of his extremism back then people are says he was a member of the oath keepers a malicious so seated with the patriot movement by his account that bunny ranch he was a bodyguard for the family he claims he's the guy who kept things from descending into violence but not actually stop a lot of people from a large then play after passed out some people didn't want to shoot people I want to rehash bunny ranch but the long and.
"cliven bundy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"World championships I wanted to know what happened with the FBI but first that meant convincing him that we weren't FBI agents for free to talk to people like John I'm a be honestly a was surprised about the report that Jay just what shocked me more after what I've seen because in Q. blurs world everyone's a potential threat you can't be too careful he's been burned once already ask him why he's even telling his story that's what I was gonna die with I've been on borrowed time for years I came here because they wanted to hear Keebler's side of the bombing and understand how and why things became violent but just a few minutes into the interview what I'm really wondering is how does the FBI decide to focus on this guy is this old man in poor health really the most dangerous person in the patriot movement if you skip over the special forces training the computer hacking and martial arts inventing the verifiable part of bill people our story starts in twenty fourteen we spent about two weeks and Bunker Hill Nevada and Cliven Bundy's ranch the family and some malicious were facing off with the bureau of land management because the bunnies hadn't paid their grazing fees and the bill and had come to collect their cattle the fact the Keebler was there was later used by government prosecutors in court as evidence of his extremism back then people are says he was a member of the oath keepers a malicious so seated with the patriot movement by his account at bunny ranch he was a bodyguard for the family he claims he's the guy who kept things from descending into violence play not actually stop a lot of people from a lot of them play after passed out some people didn't want to shoot people I want to rehash bunny ranch but the long and.
"cliven bundy" Discussed on Bundyville: The Remnant
"A few minutes into the interview. What I'm really wondering is how did the F._B._I.? Decide to focus on this guy is this old man in poor health really the most dangerous person Patriot movement. If you skip over the special forces training the computer hacking and martial arts inventing the verifiable part of Bill Keebler story starts in two thousand fourteen when he spent about two weeks and Bunkerville Nevada <hes> cliven Bundy's ranch the family in some militias were facing off with the bureau of land management because the Bundy's hadn't paid their grazing fees and the be Elim had come to collect their cattle. The fact that Keebler was there was later later used by government prosecutors in court as evidence of his extremism back then Keebler says he was a member of the oath keepers a.
"cliven bundy" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast
"Where b is for all these other who like he's on house arrest? He could deal yet. Now, he's camped out on the Rangers with cliven Bundy. Has made a compound of the demoain post office. Have they had that conversation with Hawkeye where they're like, listen, man. Like, your aim is great like you understand how win like what about a gun? What a what about that? Well, they do the one time they not this actually really great in. It's like the one good Hawkeye moment in the entirety of these twenty f- movies is when he's trying to call Wanda down and age of John has like, hey, I need you to be with me right now because the city is flying were fighting team of robots, and I have a bow and arrow. Look if you read the comics at Lhasa's coming. Here's what now. No. Here's what kills me. Because I know there's people listening to this. Like, oh, you know, I've read the Matt fraction thing and Hawkeye because he has in the in the comics that are popular, no family. No government separatists. No neo-con bullshit. I'm convinced the entire Hawkeye MC. You thing is a long prank on Jeremy Renner. Like, this is not the character at all in the I really think like he showed up. It was like a huge Astle watch this and all of a sudden he's become this like just like threw point of dick bag through all these movies. And the guy that we can't wait to die because it's not like it's not like how Norton a lot cleaner than that. What? Seven picture deal by the time. He got what I've I feel like if Norton was there, it would like the whole could be the shittiest of injure just because it would be their secret Rivonia, Ed Norton. The entire time is like I've had better coffee when I was sitting in my hand picked resilience Vela teaching William hurt craft. If you've watched that hulk movie, you can just see the contempt from everybody from the gaffer to craft services on how much they hate that dude. It's the I think it pretty much ended when it was just weeded room with Norton ago. So I'm like to do some rewrites jostles. Ah-ha here need it. Here's the thing though. Jeremy Renner he knows Cairns Howard has first of anybody else. Willingness Terrence Howard, and they should have just made it work because Don Cheadle is boring Rhody. Are it's not that hot. I kind of agree with her. It's it's it's the most flat of all the all the hero role. Isn't that just a roll isn't that just the role? What would Terrence Howard have done other than demand that war machine? Had tears. However is very funny in the first iron. Now, I think the difference. If you go back and watch you can see you get more of a sense of him being like Tony's almost a real counter energy to him. Right. Whereas Cheeto is is he comes across very passive and scenes, Tony. Hey, guys. I've heard there's some exposition Anita. Give. Tony. And the very first thing like, Tony like covered in blood and falls to his knees. Terrence Howard like how's the fun v? Let that's his opening line. Right. I love that energy. And I miss it so much Terrence Howard the thing about miss about him. He's an actual crazy person. This crowd get terrorists tower. Jeremy Renner would have done something extravagant by now. Terrence Howard's war machine is going to be like blaring Anita Baker while he shooting people, so imagine Terrence Howard and Mickey Rourke onset chelation home. With already Jay. And it's like, no, nobody's ensuring this when I just want listener to Google the words, Terrence Howard math. We're not going to get into it. That's a blessing for you. You got to look it up. I don't have time to time the whole episode tonight just shake duct. No, no, no, no, no math. It's actual math. What actually? Can I can I remind everyone of the only other choice..
"cliven bundy" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To another politician. They crashed my campaign Lynch. That's Gordon Martinez. He was campaigning for sheriff on the idea that the Vegas. Police department was corrupt. He'd been a detective in that department. It didn't take him along to feel nervous about the millers. Jared started out by saying jeez. I wanna help I want to be part of your campaign for sheriff. And then he began explaining his criminal record in his opinion. Really didn't mount to a whole lot. He declined Jared's offer of help. He just wasn't getting it in. I just had to say you can't be anywhere near me. And I can't be anywhere near you. But the millers didn't fade quietly away. Gordon kept spotting them at political events around town. There. They are there. They are in. And that was I was always kind of expecting some type of acting out. There's just a little voice in the back of my mind said keep your eye on this guy because he's he's a weirdo. Another place Jared and Amanda turned up the Bundy ranch where they would find an even bigger stage for their radical views bowed to attend standoff between an Vata rancher and armed supporters on one side and the federal government on the other. This was an April of two thousand fourteen when rancher cliven Bundy escalated a decades long dispute with the federal government over his refusal to pay fees for grazing his cattle on public lands. His arms supporters gathered at the ranch outside Las Vegas on social media. They've called it a.
"cliven bundy" Discussed on KQED Radio
"They crashed my campaign luncheon. That's Gordon Martinez. He was campaigning for sheriff on the idea that the Vegas. Police department was corrupt. He'd been a detective in that department. It didn't take him long to feel nervous about the millers. Jared started out by saying jeez. I wanna help I want to be part of your campaign for sheriff. And then he began explaining his criminal record in his opinion. Really didn't mount to a whole lot. He declined Jared's offer of help. He just wasn't getting it. And I finally just had to say you can't be anywhere near me. And I can't be anywhere near you. But the millers didn't fade quietly away. Gordon kept spotting them at political events around town. There. They are there. They are in. And I was I was always kind of expecting some type of acting out. There's just a little voice in the back of my mind said keep your eye on this guy because he's he's a weirdo. Another place Jared and Amanda turned up the Bundy ranch where they would find an even bigger stage for their radical views now to attend standoff between a rancher and armed supporters on one side and the federal government on the other. This was in April of two thousand fourteen when rancher cliven Bundy escalated a decades long dispute with the federal government over his refusal to pay fees for grazing his cattle on public lands. His arms supporters gathered at the ranch outside Las Vegas on social media. They've called it.
Oregon ranchers pardoned by Trump arrive home
"The dave ramsey show weekdays at noon on the talk of connecticut w drc this is fox on justice in two thousand fifteen father son pair of oregon ranchers were each sentenced to five years in prison hope to see in five years dwight hammond and his son steven were convicted of deliberately setting fires in an oregon wildlife refuge allegedly to cover up evidence of poaching seems like a bit of an overkill the case sparked weeks of angry and violent protests i think it was all actually ingest from from start to finish supporters of cliven bundy sovereign citizens movement clashed with locals it's sort of frightening when there's people making threats and people touting on afraid but now president trump has pardoned dwight and stephen hammond the whitehouse calling the prison sentences unjust wildlife activists that the pardon sends a bad message but oregon republican congressman greg walden calls it a win for justice with fox on justice hank weinbloom fox news fox onset this week apple's app store turns ten years old launched on july tenth two thousand eight with just five hundred apps available it grew to fifty thousand after just a year and ten years.
"cliven bundy" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill
"To kill us and if we leave them unchecked then we're well on our way to not only know tarian regime but it's the worst forms of it to me as i as we've seen this emerging narrative from trump where black players are sons of bitches where he puts pressure on the exclusively white owners of nfl teams to force these players to stand or else face financial penalties or it ended their careers the big message that i see being sent from the trump white house is that i'm going to treat the most famous the most wealthy the most high profile the most elite of the black race like dirt like animals and i am going to force them to bow down using the national anthem as a personal weapon against them that's what trump is doing it's both a personal and a political weapon but to me that is sending a message to all black people in this country that i will do this to the most wealthy among you the most elite among you and i'll call their mothers bitches to there's a sense in this country that racially quality is a philanthropic enterprise that is a charitable thing that white people give the black people and that it's not that these inefficient players are are the best at what they do in the world right they should be thankful that they're allowed to make millions of dollars they should be thankful that we're giving them a chance to be millionaires multimillionaires and if they're not thankful then we can call them and their moms whatever we wanna call so racially qualities a gift at white folks give the black folks that's the first mistake then you think about this as well you know what's happening during the national anthem folks drinking beer and buying hotdogs you go up into stands are folks sitting and standing in reverence what folk doing milling about so there's this kind of selective patriotism right there is this selective view of who can be patriots who who are patriots and when his patriotism right to express when is it appropriate to be expressed so for some of trump's ardent supporters cliven bundy is a patriot and nfl players who are protesting are not and then you think about this every time black people protest in this country it becomes evidence for a certain segment of the country.
"cliven bundy" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"Weird it it does seem weird and an and some folks wrote in after we initially discussed the naughty motion to a point us to the cliven bundy case right and that yeah we actually talked about this the the court the the the district court up initially denied cliven bundy's request to have notable crazy person larry klayman represent him and then the ninth circuit upheld that on appeal and there are some surface similarities because again larry klayman is a publicly active crazy person but i think it is it is worth pointing out the court in that case didn't say we're going to deny claim in the opportunity to practice your pro hockey feature because we think he's a circus or sideshow their reason actually i'm going to read from the decision here is that he quote was not candid with the court about the status of pending ethical proceedings he disclosed that he was twice barred in perpetuity from appearing pro hockey che before judges in the central district of california and the southern district of new york but failed to list numerous cases all of which are available on west laura lexus in which has been reprimanded denied pro hac vj status or otherwise sanctioned for violating various local rules and he has a record of going after just personally certainly after chief judge gloria navarro denied his application bundy filed a frivolous biffin's action against her in in her embiid's action cool i've ever talked bins actions so we're gonna have to talk about a action on another episode but keep that keep that on the white board and those of you who are our lawyers and law student fans keep hounding us on twitter to say what about buildings we want chamber you're giving actions exactly so okay so that seems a bit distinguishable right right so you're saying when that person was denied the pro harked vj he's a mess he's just.
US probes 4 deaths in Hyundai-Kia cars when air bags failed
"New england wbz news time is ten nineteen we have thirty one degrees mostly sunny skies in boston good morning i'm art cohen wbz news or cough stories now officials at florida international university say they met with contractors and the department of transportation after an engineer alerted them to cracks in the pedestrian bridge that collapsed thursday killing six people the deadly collapse of the pedestrian bridge in florida cast a spotlight on accelerated bridge construction the rapid construction technique widely used around the us air bags in some hyundai and kia cars fail to inflate in crashes and four people died now the us government's road safety agency wants to know why the agency says the probe covers twenty eleven hyundai sonata is and twenty twelve and twenty thirteen kia forte's waymo the self driving car developed by google has started shuttling people around phoenix arizona the pilot program is the first time passengers truly gone driverless new hampshire state legislators reject efforts to pursue a presidential pardon for a man in prison for his role in organizing armed backers of nevada rancher cliven bundy after a twenty fourteen standoff the new hampshire house on thursday voted down the resolution for gerald jerry d'alema's he received seven years in prison in two thousand seventeen for ties to the confrontation that became a rallying cry for those who want vast stretches of federal land in the us west put under local control charges against bundy and others were dismissed in january drag style rupaul is awarded a start on the hollywood star excuse me on the hollywood walk of fame the two time emmy award winning host of rupaul drag race said the honor was a lifelong dream come true i love all of you and i wish for each and every person within the sound my voice that your dreams can come true as mine have.