11 Burst results for "Colin Kahl"

"colin kahl" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:05 min | 3 weeks ago

"colin kahl" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Now a global news update Police confirmed four people are dead after a shooting at a hospital in Tulsa Oklahoma NBC's KJ RH reports the shooter also took his own life after opening fire on the campus of Saint Francis hospital Tulsa city councillor Jamie Fowler says there was a Tulsa police department discussion yesterday on just this type of situation There was actual discussion and practices yesterday with TPD officers on just such a situation So I think that so far they handled the situation very very good The shooting took place around 5 p.m. local time Johnny Depp is the clear Victor in his defamation trial against ex-wife Amber Heard A Virginia jury agreed with Depp that heard acted with actual malice and agreed with every one of Depp's defamation counts against her Heard said she's heartbroken following the verdict Nearly 560,000 former Corinthian college students are getting their student loan debt forgiven The Department of Education announced the move Wednesday that will cancel out almost $6 billion in student loan debt It's one of the largest amounts of debt that department has ever annulled at one time since January of last year the Biden administration has approved the cancellation of about $25 billion in student loan debt The Pentagon is sending Ukraine another $700 million worth of weaponry and equipment The capabilities in this package are tailored to meet critical Ukrainian needs for today's fight including requirements for rocket artillery defense undersecretary Colin kahl said the shipment includes rocket artillery for defensive purposes only He stressed international support for Ukraine remains unwavering Sheryl Sandberg is stepping down from her COO position at meta formally known as Facebook She joined the company in 2008 and helped CEO Mark Zuckerberg turn it into one of the biggest tech companies in the world I'm Brian shook A number of products nationwide are being recalled by Nephron Pharmaceuticals in South Carolina Sarah Bartlett reports The list of more than 2.1 million doses includes syringes prefilled with various medications the voluntary nationwide recall began on May 18th due to concerns that products weren't properly sterilized when they were made at nephrons west Columbia facility in a statement nephron CEO lieu Kennedy said the company initiated the recall out of an abundance of caution adding that it was in the interest of patients to proceed with it The state reports that the company is working to update the process of its compounding operation which could result in changes or delays to production I'm Sarah Bartlett Inflation is having an impact on young and old Americans alike according to a quarterly survey conducted by BMO and ipsus about a quarter of Americans eyeing retirement are being forced to delay their retirement plans to cover rising costs as for younger Americans the survey found more than 60% of those ages 18 to 34 have been forced.

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"colin kahl" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:05 min | 3 weeks ago

"colin kahl" Discussed on KOMO

"Stay informed This is northwest news radio 1000 FM 97 7 Thank you for joining us I'm Rick fancied with Alisa jaffe and our editors Bill O'Neill Police in Tulsa say four people are dead after a gunman opened fire in a medical building at Saint Francis hospital Deputy chief Eric degli The officers that did arrive were hearing shots in the building and that's what directed them to the second floor The suspected gunman is also dead from an apparent self inflicted gunshot Above average mountain snow creating a unique situation in the cascades it could be some time before trails appear in the ground dries out the Department of Agriculture says snowpack measurements are still well over 100% for this time of year for most of Washington states The Kremlin today says the new advanced rocket systems the U.S. is sending to Ukraine are an escalation and could be used to target Russia Russia doesn't get a veto over what we sent to the Ukrainians The Ukrainians didn't start this war the Russians did That's doctor Colin kahl the undersecretary of defense for policy And he says Ukrainians have given assurance that they will use this system for defensive purposes only ABC's Andy field joining us on the northwest news line Russia says the U.S. is just adding fuel to the fire Andy Well it's a bit rich from the country that attacked unprovoked in other countries and killed at this rate thousands of people Look the United States is an ally of Ukraine It is promised to give them weapons The U.S. is not fighting But it's blowing the weapons to Ukraine And this is according to Russia step over the line saying these weapons can now reach inside a Russia Well if Russia didn't want that to happen perhaps it might have reconsidered attacking a sovereign nation but it didn't And as you heard the under secretary just say that Ukraine has given assurances that they're not going to use these systems for striking it in Russian territory although the U.S. trusts the Ukrainians will live up to those assurances The big fight of course is an eastern Ukraine It was called the dunbars region It has been an area that's been under dispute for more than a decade We're fighting has gone on between Russian separatists and Ukrainian forces for many many years with side trading blows and saying we have this territory No we have this territory The only difference now is that Russian troops are there helping those Russian separatists who live inside Ukraine fight to grab that territory They've also done an immeasurable damage to many other cities in Ukraine They have a blockade in the seas outside the port cities in southern Ukraine And that's not only just hurting Ukraine now It's hurting the rest of Europe because Ukraine is basically the bread basket of Europe providing untold amounts of wheat and that stuff is stuck in the porridge So it's not getting to the rest of there and it's going to cause famine in some places that depend on that wheat So while Russia is complaining about defensive weapons Ukraine is using to stave off rush's attack In the meantime it is hurting the rest of the world with its own actions And I saw today that officials in southeastern Ukraine say the Russia aligned region plans to try Ukraine's president as a war criminal they're saying that zelensky is guilty of issuing orders to send neo Nazis to the area to kill civilians Well look whoever wins a war is usually in charge of these war crimes things It does not look at this moment that Russia is winning anything other than grabbing little pieces of the country and trying to control it with the fierce fighting of the Ukrainians This has been going on now for a hundred days Something that Putin in the Russian salt would last a week So we don't know how long it's going to last We don't know how long the U.S. investment there is going to continue We've just added tens of billions of dollars in U.S. tax dollars to help Ukraine keep its democracy there And it's likely going to cost a lot more And Ukraine does have something to celebrate today They beat Scotland three to one in that pulsating World Cup qualifying playoff semifinal ABC sandy field thank you Andy Thanks President Joe Biden will push a new economic agenda with Latin America next week officials say the president will seek consensus on a new agenda built on existing trade agreements with Latin America and will present a plan to tackle increasing migration The weeklong summit of the Americas begins June 6th in LA President Biden will arrive on June 8th Now your stock charts dot com money update and here's Jim chesko Sox finished another volatile session modestly lower The S&P 500 eased 30 points The Dow Jones industrials fell 177 and the NASDAQ composite dipped 86 Employees of Tesla have reportedly been told to return to the office or leave the company citing an internal email sent to the electric carmaker's employees and seen by Reuters the news agency says workers are now required to spend a minimum 40 hours per week in the office It goes on to say if you don't show up we will assume you have resigned No comment from Tesla about that report That's your money now Money news at 20 and 50 past the hour an update on.

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"colin kahl" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:01 min | 3 weeks ago

"colin kahl" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Christopher wray says China is the biggest cyber hacker in the world by far It backs to has the details from San Francisco Ed Yeah nicely said by far ray says their program is ambitious and continues growing They've stolen more American personal and corporate data than all nations combined And they've shown no sign of tempering their ambition and their aggression Ray says while they deny it the evidence is absolute Biden administration official signaling they prepared to take a tough stance and forcing a ban on imported goods from China's Xinjiang region Unless companies provide clear evidence the goods are free a forest labor Hong Kong backpedaling on its home quarantine policy is variants are flaring This one of the toughest COVID zero measures and it's going back into effect those people who test positive and are not severely sick as well as their close contacts will be sent to facilities like penny's bay Shanghai has reported out the fewest COVID case numbers and three months as it ends mandatory home isolation 15 new infections day to day Meanwhile it faces weeks if not months of slow recovery until economic activity fully bounces back Authorities cite labor shortages and consumer confidence The EU says China will take advantage of Russia's energy dilemma European commissioner valdes de brancas I'm sorry Don brocks keys on Bloomberg today saying Russia selling at huge discounts making lots of emphasis to increasing supplies to China But what we are seeing and especially in a situation of Russia's weaknesses with China China is going to take a good advantage of this and it's not going to be very advantageous deals for Russia Yeah meanwhile Moscow is calling the new weapons and escalation will only make the war longer it says the U.S. sending more specific on the missile systems it is sending two Ukraine The undersecretary of defense doctor Colin kahl says systems called himars can travel 48 miles This system will provide Ukraine with additional precision in targeting at range The Ukrainians have given us assurances that they will use this system for defensive purposes only And call says it will take several weeks to get the Ukrainians fully trained and Secretary of State Antony Blinken saying today that the war may last for a long time We can't predict How this is going to play out when this is going to play out As best we can assess right now we are still looking at many months of conflict Blinken says the best of the U.S. can do is make sure Ukraine is prepared to repel any invasion and Bloomberg's reporting South Korea's new president Yun suk yos Conservative Party is on track to take at least ten of 17 major election posts as the counting continues today And Elon Musk has a back front and center where he demands to be has demanded that Tesla staff stop in quotes phoning it in and get back in the office at least 40 hours a week Bloomberg's reporting that may sound tone deaf to workforces especially in California as well as it may scare the be jabbers out of Twitter's workforce which is a pretty much working remotely And you know it's hard to work high-tech when you have no big adders In San Francisco I'm at Baxter This is Bloomberg our Juliet Thank you so much Ed Let's get to our guest homo bag is managing director and chief economist at DBS bank group research here joins us on the line from Singapore time I was going to talk to you we heard these kind of pretty dire warnings that there's a hurricane coming from JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon Are you preparing for a storm are you bracing yourself I think we are bracing ourselves but not necessarily for a storm but a slowdown or a sharp one rather would feel like a storm because we've had a pretty decent turnaround from the depth of the COVID crisis and expectations were 2022 was going to be a good year between reopening and decent exports and tourists coming back to Asia So if all of those things disappoint it is going to be a jarring set of outcome given the expectations which were fairly constructive and the view was we will be able to handle the federate hikes this year but not a deal at all and there are dark clouds in the horizon And that is also looming into these concerns those dark clouds about what we're seeing in the bond market We saw the 5 versus ten year sector going back into inversion We know we saw the twos tens in inversion earlier in the year How long before the yield curve fully inverts and what does that mean for other asset classes The yield curve flattening sharply I think is more of a worry for us than the output inversion because the whole progress from a decently steep curve to a very flat curve itself is telling you that expectations are fed rate hike to be sustainable is dimming and the view that the economic cycle will be prolonged itself is being challenged So whether two stems go into slightly negative territory you are just very very flat to us are the things you see in things Sharp inversion in our view is unlikely given that the rate hike cycle is very in its early phase So you can't really have a massive sharpened version because you can price basis points of rate hikes Every cuts given that there hasn't been equivalent to the amount of hikes yet But the points that were being discussed in your show earlier that the strong dollar our interest rate and persistent inflation are three major headwinds both for corporate earnings as well as for consumer expectations are not U.S. specific developments anymore Here in Asia also we are seeing how those becoming jittery being upset about the cost of food prices and fuel prices And they will strike exactly the same way that the U.S. consumers are likely to strike which is not by a lot more stuff However the difference is we think our relative basis U.S..

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"colin kahl" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:28 min | 3 weeks ago

"colin kahl" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"More American personal and corporate data than all nations Combined And they've shown no sign of tempering their ambition and their aggression Now ray says while they deny it the evidence is absolute My administration official signaling they're prepared to take a tough stance enforcing a ban on imported goods from China to Xinjiang region unless companies provide clear evidence that goods are free of forced labor Hong Kong is backpedaling on its home quarantine policy is very Unser flaring This one of the toughest COVID zero measures and they're rolling it back Those people who test positive and aren't severely sick as well as their close contacts now will be sent to facilities like penny's bay again Shanghai has reported out its fewest COVID case numbers and three months as it ends mandatory home isolation 15 new infections dated day to day Meanwhile it faces weeks if not months of slow recovery until economic activity fully bounces back The EU says China will take advantage of Russia's energy dilemma European commissioner valdes de bravos says telling Bloomberg today saying that Russia is selling to China at huge discounts Russia is making lots of emphasis to increasing supplies to China But what we are seeing and especially in this situation of Russia's weaknesses with China China is going to take a good advantage of this and it's not going to be very advantageous for us Yeah meanwhile Moscow is calling new weapons and escalation and will only make the war last longer The U.S. is getting more specific on missile systems it's sending Ukraine the undersecretary of defense doctor Colin kahl says the system is called himars can travel 48 miles This system will provide Ukraine with additional precision in targeting at range The Ukrainians have given us assurances that they will use this system for defensive purposes only And call says I will take several weeks to get the Ukrainians fully trained and Secretary of State Antony Blinken says the war there may last a long time We can't predict How this is going to play out when this is going to play out As best we can assess right now we are still looking at many months of conflict A blinken says the best U.S. can do is make sure Ukraine is prepared to repel the invasion Elon Musk has demanded the Tesla staff stop in quotes phoning it in and get back in the office at least 40 hours a week Bloomberg reporting that may sound tone deaf to workforces especially here in California as well as May scare the well insert your own words scare the out of Twitter's workforce which is pretty much working remotely And as long as we're dancing on range ops the jury has found both Johnny Depp and Amber Heard guilty of libel against each other in their suits Probably not Probably not the outcome that they expected or maybe it is In San Francisco I met Baxter This is Bloomberg Jules Thanks Ed All right let's get to our guests Telling you is CIO and managing director at nan fong in our Hong Kong studio for us So Helen some pretty concerning warning are coming through from Jamie Dimon to brace yourself that a hurricane is right out there Are you hunkering down Well for now I think things do look quite scary in terms of the trajectory because a lot of the things that we had working in positive feedback loops over the last couple of years with all that unprecedented fiscal monetary stimulus the asset price increase and all the positives that come with increased consumer confidence more consumption et cetera all of that stuff is now grinding to a halt and starting to reverse because of the current regime that we're in right That regime is basically a lot of inflation in the U.S. a lot of coming from labor and wages and so on And then from elsewhere from commodity prices energy prices brought on by Russia Ukraine China zero COVID et cetera If we say in that regime for the next 6 to 12 months then yes things will continuously probably get worse But there's some chance that the regime could change And Goldman Sachs kind of said you know retail investors are fleeing the market because as opposed to Tina where there is no alternative there are other alternatives now they're saying Tina's sister Tara has come to play is that kind of what you see too that investors are just trying to reposition across different assets Well for example fixed income a lot of people have really not wanted to own much or any over the past few years especially sovereign debt et cetera Because interest rates were just too low and people felt like fixing come valuation was just way too high Now that rates have gone back up a bit and are expected to go up further I think that becomes a possibility for people to consider again And then there is also others that I think were mentioned in their report including commodities et cetera which we actually are not that positive on at this point given that they've come up so much already and the supply could actually improve in some regards If certain things happen But yeah I think it's no longer at the same Tina regime that we had seen over the past three years We do though when you look at the bond market have the 5 versus ten year sector of the curve going back into that inversion on this threat of recession When do you think the twos tens follow suit and what does that mean for other asset classes Well the two tens actually already briefly inverted a while ago and then kind of popped back into positive territory again Look I think this is a result of the fact that people are worried about the regime that we're in that I was talking about And this was partly triggered by the Russia Ukraine unexpected events back in February and March as well So people realize that fed has the high grades and that's why the front end is actually quite high but people are also worried that all of these other things that are happening are going to bring world and the U.S. into a recession going into next year If there is any kind of improvement on the Russia Ukraine situation or on the China zero COVID situation people might get more positive in terms of the medium to longer term trajectory and therefore the long end could actually go up a little bit Normally at this part of the cycle we should not really be inverted or even flat at the moment So again it really depends on whether we have any regime change and also if for example markets have a huge decline in the coming couple of months and financial conditions tighten a lot Then maybe after the next two 50 basis point rate hikes then the expectation for September will actually loosen a little bit And the front end could come off So there's a number of combinations that could result in less inversion All right Helen when we continue.

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"colin kahl" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:12 min | 3 weeks ago

"colin kahl" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And U.S. fib FBI director Christopher rice is China is the biggest cyber hacker in the world by far it banks just got the story Exactly what he says Paul Rey says their program in China is ambitious and continues growing They've stolen more American personal and corporate data than all nations Combined And they've shown no sign of tempering their ambition and their aggression And ray says while they deny it the evidence is absolute Biden administration officials signaling their preparing to take a tough stance and forcing a ban on imported goods from China Xinjiang region unless companies provide clear evidence the goods are free of forced labor Hong Kong backpedaling on its home quarantine policy is very flaring This is one of the toughest COVID zero measures and those people who test positive now and are not severely sick as well as their close contacts will be sent to facilities like penny's bay Shanghai reporting out its fewest COVID case numbers and three months as it ends mandatory home isolation 15 new infections day to day the latest figures The EU says China will take advantage of Russia's energy dilemma European commissioner valis Tom bras on Bloomberg today saying that Russia is selling a huge discount Russia is making lots of emphasis to increasing supplies to China But what we are seeing and especially in this situation of Russia's weaknesses with China China is going to take a good advantage of this and it's not going to be very advantageous deals for us Meanwhile Moscow is calling the new weapons and escalation will only make the war longer U.S. is getting more specific on the missile systems that is sending to Ukraine The undersecretary of defense doctor Colin kahl says the systems are called himars and can travel 48 miles This system will provide Ukraine with additional precision in targeting at range The Ukrainians have given us assurances that they will use this system for defensive purposes only Yeah and the costs they take several weeks to get the Ukrainians fully trained in Secretary of State Antony Blinken says the war may last a long time We can't predict How.

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"colin kahl" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:52 min | 3 weeks ago

"colin kahl" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"U.S. FBI director Christopher wray says China is the biggest cyber hacker in the world by far and Baxter has global news and yeah exactly right rich by very far Ray says their program is ambitious and continues to grow They've stolen more American personal and corporate data than all nations combined And they've shown no sign of tempering their ambition and their aggression Now ray says while they deny it the evidence is absolutely My administration official signaling they're prepared to take a tough stance and forcing a ban on imported goods from China's Xinjiang region unless companies provide clear evidence the goods are free of forced labor Hong Kong is backpedaling on his home quarantine policy is very flaring This is one of the toughest COVID zero measures Now those people who test positive and aren't severely sick as well as their close contacts will be sent to facilities like penny's bay Shanghai meanwhile has reported out as few as COVID cases numbers and three months as it ends mandatory home isolation 15 new infections day today The EU says China will take advantage of Russia's energy dilemma European commissioner valdes dombrovskis on Bloomberg today saying that Russia is selling it huge discounts Russia is making lots of emphasis to increasing supplies to China But what we are seeing and especially in this situation of Russia's weaknesses with the China China is going to take a good advantage of this and it's not going to be very advantageous deals for Russia Meanwhile Moscow is calling the new weapons and escalation and will only make the war longer and the U.S. is getting more specific on those weapons and the missile systems and sending Ukraine under Secretary of Defense doctor Colin kahl says the systems are called high Mars and can travel 48 miles This system will provide Ukraine with additional precision in targeting at range The Ukrainians have given us assurances that they will use this system for defensive purposes only and call says they will take several weeks to get the Ukrainians fully trained and Secretary of State Anthony blinken says that the war he figures will go on for months and you'll excuse me but I have to do this The jury has found both Johnny Depp and Amber Heard guilty of libel against each other in their suits Well in San Francisco I met Baxter this is Bloomberg Douglas Thank you well today big news from Silicon Valley metas chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg is stepping down She's been with a company for more than 14 years and in that time she helped transform meta's Facebook unit from a startup into a multi-billion dollar advertising powerhouse Here she is speaking earlier with Bloomberg The decision I didn't come to lightly.

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"colin kahl" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

03:22 min | 3 weeks ago

"colin kahl" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"The fewer the guns in our communities the safer Everyone will be And as Queen Elizabeth celebrates her platinum jubilee this week whatever subjects think about her and the monarchy She looks like everybody's grandma at this stage but that doesn't mean that the backing for the institution carries the same weight or respect today Coming up here and now The news first Lie from NPR news in Washington I'm Lakshmi sang As families bury loved ones killed in last week's mass shooting at rob elementary school in ivaldi The Texas Department of Public Safety is again revising its account of the massacre It now says a teacher did not leave a door propped open to the school after realizing the shooter was on site Repeated discrepancies in officials accounts adding to community wide outrage after people learned officers waited more than an hour before they confronted the gunman The incident commander who opted to wait is now among the newest members of the city council he was privately sworn in yesterday In New York State lawmakers are poised to approve sweeping new gun control laws as the legislative session winds to a close a tighter regulations coming in the wake of the deadly mass shootings in uvalde and in Buffalo New York Here's NPR's Brian man The U.S. Congress hasn't imposed new gun control measures following deadly mass shootings because of Republican opposition but in Albany Democrats hold all the political power The package of new state gun rules expected to be finalized includes restricting purchases of AR-15 style rifles to people aged 21 and older along with new registration rules Also state lawmakers say they want to limit purchases of bulletproof vests and other types of body armor This follows an earlier restriction on sales of rifles with military style design features and will make New York's gun laws among the toughest in the country while Republicans lack the votes to block these changes to new gun rules are expected to face challenges in court Brian Mann NPR news Victims of New Mexico's largest fire are now reporting claims of identity theft on disaster assistance applications Here's KU and M's Bryce Tex These disaster scams come in all shapes and sizes though they commonly take the form of identity theft That's when false IDs are used to pose as someone who is entitled to federal compensation Thomas Clayton is district attorney for much of the area affected by the nation's largest blaze Unfortunately circumstances like what we're facing bringing out the best in people but also the worst in people Clayton says he's been getting lots of phone calls and emails from residents claiming organizations like fema have received assistance applications in their name but they didn't fill it out themselves The district attorney's office is currently investigating these claims of fraud They're also worried about the looting of homes and businesses as evacuation orders ease for NPR news I'm Bryce dicks and Albuquerque The Biden administration is meeting Ukraine's request for more advanced rocket systems ammunitions Colin kahl the undersecretary of defense for policy says the trading period for Ukrainian fighters may take about three weeks This system will provide Ukraine with additional precision in targeting at range The Ukrainians have given us assurances that they will use this system for defensive purposes only Moscow warns the U.S.'s latest military shipment marks an escalation in the war claiming the weapons could strike targets inside.

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"colin kahl" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

05:23 min | 8 months ago

"colin kahl" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"On inside the beltway live on this Wednesday morning. I'll be in the heart of the mall later today giving a speech to the NRB executive committee and I am going to be wandering around town all day, so I'm looking forward to a very cold and windy all day in the beltway. It's actually dropped overnight to 50°. It feels like fall. We could have a football game. Biggest news story, the rundown. Biggest news story. You won't see this many places. They don't care. Big media does not want to focus on what I think is an urgent situation because it should embarrass and discredit President Biden and everyone associated with him. Deputy under secretary Colin kahl went up to testify yesterday in the Senate, and confirmed that there are 450 American citizens still trapped in Afghanistan. Here is where he does the math, cut number two. In terms of how many American citizens we estimate are currently in Afghanistan. The Department of State is in contact with a 196 American citizens who are ready to depart and arrangements are being made for them to do so. Either via air or overground, and another 243 American citizens have been contacted and are not ready to depart, either because they want to stay in Afghanistan or aren't ready. The remarkable thing. Senator Earnhardt, the ranking member of defense drag that out Colin Kyle. The key thing is, why did we get told there were only a hundred and where are these people and what is happening to them and when you say they would like to leave and they're making preparation to what the hell does that mean? We've got American citizens in Afghanistan. They were supposed to be around a hundred. Already, a more than a hundred left. So you can see with 450 American citizens now in Afghanistan, they lie to you. They just absolutely lied to you. By the way, they lied to you about the threat of chair and the ability with, quote, over the horizon means to deter it, Colin kahl cut number four. I said was that the current intelligence community's assessment is that ISIS K could potentially develop a capability within 6 to 12 months and that Al-Qaeda could potentially develop that capability within one to two years. But it's precisely that threat that we need to remain and disrupt. How do we determine whether they have the intention or the will, to attack once they have a capability to do so? Well, I think we are actually a fairly certain that they have the intention to do so. And I think the committee had the opportunity to hear from the intelligence community in a classified setting not too long ago and we can follow up in the closed session. But we have considerable evidence that they have the intent. The question at the moment is the capability. They have the intent to strike the United States again. Amazing hirano actually did her job, which is to ask a completely the question that yielded a better answer than all the prepared people got. Because he said, well, they have the president intention. He let down his guard because he's talking to me, I run him from Hawaii and everyone knows she's never going to win the spelling bee. So I like Colin call it that is gardening. Accidentally, let's slip by Adam. They have the intention. The intelligence community has told you they intend to hit us in 6 months. They'll have that ability. So America, Joe Biden, you go out there and vote for Terry mccaul and Joe Biden after last night's rally. There was a, quote, rally. Let me show you a couple of pictures, put up by our friend Mac. Here is the CBS picture of the rally that the president did with Terry mcauliffe in Virginia last night. If you're watching on YouTube, you can see that picture. I don't see it yet, so maybe it's stuck in the ether. But it looks like a good crowd. You don't even think, wow, wow, the president may have more hustle than we think. Maybe he's really good at it. Then you pan out. There's the first picture. That's the CBS News picture. Then you pan out, and they've taken over one corner of one tiny park in Virginia across the river from The White House. And they basically rounded up the locals and shuffled them into maybe 300 people there. That 300 people Dwayne, do you think that's 300 people? I'm not sure that that's 300 people. But the president, though, is simply out to lunch on this stuff. Here he is, last night, talking about blend young and who has clearly got the Democrat scared to death of winning an upset that would be an earthquake in America. Cut number 17. Jesse look how he's closing his campaign. He's gone from banning a woman's right to choose to banning books written by a Pulitzer Prize and Nobel Prize winning author. Toni Morrison. So if you talk about love, by the way, which I just finished recently and he's talking about not banning books, but about allowing parents to know which books are being read in what their messages are beloved as a fine book for teenagers to read and I'm sure glad you can would agree with that. But if you have to start what you're attacking opponent is saying, then you're responding to attacks two days before an election with a weak and unpopular president in a tiny park with nobody in it. And that means Terry mcauliffe is sucking air because people don't like Joe Biden anymore. One other cut, by the way, cut number 18. This is arranged the most eyebrows from last night. Extremism.

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"colin kahl" Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"colin kahl" Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

"Special guests for this episode of the Podcast Are Vegas Entertainers and married. Couple Mackenzie Fly and Colin. Kahl before cove nineteen shutdown. Las Vegas McKenzie was one of the leads in the show. Sex Tips for straight women from a gay man at the Paris. Las Vegas and Colin was performing as part of Spiegel world's newest Vegas show atomic saloon at Venetian which I reviewed all the way back in episode number forty seven as a part of my December trip report when they were involuntarily forced out of their respective gigs by the corona virus. The pair wanted to keep performing so they launched their own comedy. Music duo Mac and cheese so far the pair of written released four original pandemic theme songs covering a multitude of topics including how to keep betty white alive and the worldwide toilet paper shortage. Mackenzie and Colin join me via zoom from their home in Las Vegas. We talked about their life before the shutdown. We discussed a little bit about what Vegas shows might look like once things open back up. We talked about the genesis of Mac and cheese. And whether or not the act has a future beyond the pandemic plays. Enjoy my conversation with Mackenzie Fly and Colin Kahl AKA MAC and cheese. Mackenzie started Matt Rosie Young Girl Kansas. Nope we were both transplants. We both moved here.

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"colin kahl" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

06:56 min | 2 years ago

"colin kahl" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"A loaded show today we're gonna be talking to Colin Colborne he is the chief historian for a group called project to recover and we met him last June as they had identified a bomber that crashed in World War two when they were able to ultimately get the remains recovered from the crew members well guess what they have found three more bombing planes in what's called the island of troops in the Pacific Ocean goes back to nineteen forty four you're gonna want to hear the story behind these planes how Colin and project recover found these planes and what's going to happen moving forward it's going to be a fascinating story from World War two then later in the show Maureen Taylor is back she is the photo detective of course everybody's talking about the colorized photos now due to that the new feature with my heritage dot com she's going to talk about the history of colorized photographs and they actually go back a little further than you think and again this week we'll be talking to doctor Henry Louis gates from the PBS series finding your roots about his most recent episode one you can catch instream that'll be later on in the show and of course we'll do another segment of ask us anything with David Allen Lambert the chief genealogist at the New England historic genealogical society in American ancestors dot org and here he is right now how are you David well your roots reporter has some rather sad news to report as America in the world looks forward to the commemoration of the four hundredth anniversary of the arrival of the Mayflower vandalism has struck in Plymouth this terrible terrible news somebody is prepaid and Plymouth rock as well as vandalizing the national monument to the fore fathers in the pilgrim maiden statue which is a bronze statue that stands almost across the street from Plymouth rock all spray painted in red some of all guarantees some of it with the tag of the person who did it it's just horrible news but I think the thirty five million descendants of those that survived the first winter Plymouth probably would want to know and I do know this but it's important news as one of them it just makes you sick and and the work that's going to have to go into cleaning up Plymouth rock and I will say this Plymouth rock I've only been there once it's not much is it David no it's one of those things in American history we have a look at it as a symbol and he'll want to have you know absolutely iconic where the pilgrims first stepped foot on north American soil well hopefully they can figure out some way to clean it up and not have it permanently marred I think that they have some chemicals that have been using us from the get go on this one it was discovered in them take the cleanup is strong all right well well wisher of fund for relations story white grandmother's family is a poor family and Henry for my third great grandfather I started doing don't want to lose some of our newspaper databases online and not newspapers dot com I found something in the fall river newspaper for him Henry poor was fifty eight Elliott street Boston and others recommend this limit for rheumatism eighteen thirty seven I have phone medical history a hundred and eighty three years ago I didn't know all my cousins who have rheumatoid arthritis secondly I know where it comes from the came right down that line that's unbelievable well I mean I thought I was going to stop there that I found that good old Henry was the Democrats rallying on Boylston street in Boston about eighteen thirty five Boylston street a block away from where I work while that's crazy well speaking of great plans back in nineteen fifty eight a boy walking along the railroad tracks on the box and in it he found something quicker hand drawn flag started in the shirt and it was sold for a couple of thousand dollars will display get a little bit more historical significance of what he thought it was a campaign support flag for Thomas chairperson after he beat Adams in eighteen hundred yeah and it's now at the Smithsonian and imagine these two kids I think one was like fourteen the other was eleven they're in their seventies right now in the Smithsonian wanted to verify the story of how this thing was found and the only thing they can think of is that there was a road that went by these railroad tracks in Massachusetts by the way your home state or David and they think maybe this box fell off a car or out of the back of a truck or something is they were maybe moving someplace so there was the box these guys found it in this one kid thought is a pretty cool looking thing stuffed in his shirt and at his home he hung it up on his wall with a couple of thumbtacks glory you know you just never know what you're gonna find eleven year old walking along a river in Virginia he Paul what he thought was a rock shaped like a gun actually it was a gun under the thirty year old guy on the probably someone tossed in the river maybe from a crime maybe was lost but it's interesting what you can find yeah this kid drop this thing he he thought it was a rock that was shaped like a gun he dropped at the rock broke off and it's like oh and they're they're figuring it goes back to the eighteen eighties or nineties unbelievable yeah roll over it's a great story on extreme jeans dot com you know I like to put my blogger spotlight obviously engine L. just websites but in genealogy history and culture is so very important in there is a website for check genealogy culture and history called Geoffrey Bodine said P. R. E. S. D. O. H. E. M. E. S. dot com there are three young ladies in the Czech Republic who are doing this blog it's great and it is in English by the way it had talked to my friend Tasha Jackson of Iowa rated genealogy she is the one who told me about this site and I don't like it so I want to share with everybody else well that's about all I have from this week don't forget if you're not a member of our hundred and seventy five year old organization American ancestors welcomes you as a member and has a stream jeans listener don't forget the use of coupon code extreme and save twenty dollars on your membership all right David excellent and we'll talk to the back into the shows we do another ask us anything segment good all right and coming up next we're gonna talk to Colin Kahl born he is the chief historian for project recover they have made another incredible find in the Pacific yes bomber planes from the United States that are in a lagoon there and they're hoping to recover the remains of the airmen will hear all about it coming up next in three minutes on extreme genes his family history show.

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"colin kahl" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

11:56 min | 2 years ago

"colin kahl" Discussed on The Film Vault

"You remember last week's topic last week's top musicals tougher live action musical that was a blind spot for me Anderson Iras realizing that I haven't and seen dominant musicals or movies also that many of the classic musicals do homework we were more here. Was that lead story. Oh West side story was seen by me last week well. Why don't you bring it up? When we're talking about the last week it would not make my top five? No it would not make my top five nineteen sixty one west side story by Robert Wise and Jerome Robbins starring Natalie Wood Richard Bammer Russ Tamblyn Amblin Jordan Shaquille Risks and Rita Moreno adaptation of the nineteen th seven musical nominated for Eleven Oscars Anderson one ten of them out of eleven yeah. It's a great question. Maybe a loss like song number for two songs won best director best picture best supporting actor and actress actress Rita Moreno most ever for musical Anderson streaming on Amazon you guys if you want to check how is Roy for yourself. I wouldn't necessarily recommended sad to say for me. Anderson says well ninety four percent rotten tomatoes but you familiar with the film reviewer Pauline Kale sort sort of the first serious film reviewer. I guess if you WANNA make air quotes like Sh- Colin Kahl was the robbery for he was around she she was like for the New York Doc Times I think anyway she called frenzied. Hokum call the dialogue painfully old-fashioned mawkish and the dancing was a simpering simpering sickly romantic ballet. I don't know if I agree with all of that but it did not sweep me away. I was not swept away and we talked about our both of our number. One ends of was singing in the rain singing in the rain grabbed me. It took me and held me. I loved this one book. You shook me part. Why not like I was frightened but like it was like this is greasier buddy crazy up the overture? The opening scene has is like an overture. That's four fucking minutes long follow by endless shots of overhead New New York like I think they're helicopter shots like which probably was really technologically advanced and the day it today. It's torture. The homoerotic says was off the charts this. This is the movie ever seen including brokeback mountain including any movie with actual homosexuals is the gays move. You haven't seen poison assure all the songs you know Billy's first Hollywood kiss mnay zone a year a year ridge. I feel pretty galler as long as you know what I responded to him like Oh. This is the Aurea oh this is work. Am For all these songs. I the one thing I thought so oh. I didn't google this but Harrison Google this. Stop your head. Isn't there a song in sound movie and maybe it's a lot of songs. A lot of movies called so far yes. How do you solve a problem like Maria? Is that the song I'm thinking of. I've known it. How do you solve a problem like that? I thought because cares Maria. I'm like Oh. That's your the Sonko turns out. It doesn't not the song the fucking narrative is absurd. This is based on Romeo and Juliet. It is an absurd narrative. Do can't possibly genuinely like it really loved. This movie is all about to production which was impressive in the set pieces which are of a certain era you know. I guess if you love that classic Hollywood look than this is for you for Sally wasn't for me and yeah how about how hard time recommending it to everyone. I suppose this is the kind of movie you know you'll like if you already like it. Sorry I'm listening music and this is Kylie distracting for you but also rude and I'll give you that pretty rude. What was that stop so looking for that Manos Hatrick all right? What's that Sir also route yeah yeah you're right? It's rude. That's all you ought to say. I didn't love West side story well. Here's a movie I didn't love either but did bring me back and forth to remember one the my It's not one of my something that I enjoy quite a bit number of years ago between two ferns the movie between two ferns the movie Brian Familiar with us at all no it's on the old fuck flakes which I should also say with this streaming episode fucked flakes x will not be represented on my list at all you dumb fuck. How do you solve a problem like Maria from your sound of music okay? I don't call me a dumb fuck. I openly middle. I style week that it's been years since I've seen that movie so she settled down you just settle down between two ferns the movie you saw it. You don't fucking choice. This is an hour twenty minute movie. It feels about an hour and forty five hour forty eight is draft drafted by Scott Ackerman and not take anything away from Scott Alterman. I think that he set out to make a silly fun movie which they accomplished. They are not swinging for fences zero comedy special call between two FERNS. Luther Scott with a world was on the movie in Latino not a movie but you know what I'm asking you a question to me asking how'd that would be one who's seen it energize. Is this like would you a narrative. Is Jackass Movie Yeah Yeah. It is the movie according to you because you've I've had it on your list and I've given you shit I was expecting I always pay. I was hoping for that with this one because I don't know if you've seen any of the between two ferns original interviews that exactly Calvin acas Brian's making a face right now like it's way below me own odds on radar it should be and that's the best this thing about between two ferns. The movie is going to put that original show that on people's radar so between two is based on his youtube sensation kind of what put Zach Galifianakis on the map the first time I ever saw Zakho because I have no idea who the credit for this somebody sent me the youtube clip I believe on the old youtube of a it was a I got thirteen minutes absolut vodka commercial and and apparently the story goes Tim Eric and Heidegger and Alpha actress who I had never heard of before or given some money to make it production auction and had like three rules like they had to drink absolut vodka got there had to represent it and showcase it it numerous times in their little short movie that they made and they can never make fun of absolut vodka and that's all they had to go on and their money and they made the most absurd I I will post it. I will post careful eight threats fan fucking tastic. It is the most one of the most random sure it's an hipster territory but it's hilarious areas it and I know references to WHO's at Calvin ACAS was and it just goes on and on here's an example like they're all much the time he's wearing a robe and he's got like you know we're women get out of the shower and they put that all how in the head yesterday he's wearing that quite a bit and they're not Chak Uzi and enjoying themselves drinking absolut vodka and and exact starts talking about how it's too hot and Eric Oh maybe it's a little bit too I just freaks up fuck out and then directly and then just go back to drinking the absolut vodka and towards pouring one of those little airplane bottles and he's got a rating you actually see the the the hose coming from his taking the production value but just keep pouring and pouring and pouring in and close up of Imax. Hey it's there's something mesmerizing is Mariah. I fucking love. It and I'm doing an actual fluke fashion of this absolut vodka ad that's ridiculous because that's not so then from there I learned about between to firms which came out a year or two after that I believe it could be off my time doesn't it was Cillizza ferns and he was he interviewed some big names. CONAN O'Brien was on there here is a President Barack Obama was on there and it's it's unfamiliar it's kind of like imagine remember Chris Farley doing his interview thing on. SNL where it's like I remember RENGO apothecary. Remember when your in House that was awesome it's like that but he is so out of touch and unaware and not self aware his character in these interviews of these celebrities that he's insulting them and he's kind of coming at them really hard but he doesn't realize that that's not the point of interviewing people for their projects and it's really funny and it's it's very on brand for Zach before he was in the hangover and before he became a big thing and just kind of became the the the O. Fish buffoon which I don't really appreciate when I know that he's got this kind of biting humor which was showcased in between two so unfortunately between two friends the movie has a story behind it which is just it's it's tiresome. It's it's just I don't even know where the narrative slopped begins with him. Interviewing Matthew mcconaughey these winnings insult since very funny and then a flood happens and the two of them are like drowning owning and then he has to go on a road trip and we'll Ferrell's his boss and he lives off of cocaine and and getting clicks on the Internet and it's supposed to be very zany and wacky but interspersed throughout this entire hour and twenty two minute movie if you can call it that is him doing the interviews today modern day that he was doing like back in two thousand eight with new talent like Brie Larson and Oh who else does a uh Phil Henry's in there. I didn't realize I was Henry. Holy Shit like a better now I just I need to go back and watch it again see feel. I didn't realize I was bruce. Bruce Willis. He does similar I so it reminded me of that that series which I love so much and I I think it'll to open up that door for a lot of people who maybe didn't see the first interaction between two ferns so when it's doing the between two ferns things it's making making me laugh a lot when it's doing the in the in between stuff where they have to go on a road trip fly fine yeah the plot just up and I don't think they even put that much energy into it and let's let's do this. Just we got. We got the shit out of money from Netflix fuck. Let's let's have a good time and do it but if if anything it's going to put between two ferns back on apple gotta Yes Anderson Remember last week's topic good to hear another musical musical. You're a bit of a blind spot for me. Amazon nearly enough of them I saw it wouldn't have been my list because not live action but I quite enjoy David Letterman Paul Reuters also in it and he always he's ninefold and then Brian exceptionally route the best part is the actual credits with the out takes and you get to see these actual celebrities. I trying to hold it together when he's doing these these horrific ultimate their career and about who they are like he's talking to Paul Ryan and he's like you may be the most successful actor in Hollywood of keeping your jewelry Jelena's a secret and watching these actors try and Pau Jon Hamm. Try Not to just fucking lose it Larry. It's pretty good. It's pretty good. Sorry go ahead. What what Musical bestows Anderson do you remember last week's topic.

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