35 Burst results for "DOD"

Guest Host Jim Hanson: 'F the FBI' Makes Me Sad

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:49 sec | Last month

Guest Host Jim Hanson: 'F the FBI' Makes Me Sad

"Show name today is F the FBI. And I got to be honest. That makes me sad. That was my idea. I picked that because I think we as a country have to F the FBI because it's gotten out of control. And I think the sad thing is that's not the probably even the bulk of the agents who joined to keep Americans safe. They joined to enforce laws. They joined to protect and serve at the federal level. They're good people. The problem is there is a permanent bureaucracy and an embedded deep state element in the FBI in the DoJ in the DHS in the DoD in every three letter agency and government agency right now. And they're killing us.

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Kash Patel: Pres. Trump Was Concerned About Security Across the U.S.

Mark Levin

01:05 min | 2 months ago

Kash Patel: Pres. Trump Was Concerned About Security Across the U.S.

"That the president mentioned the National Guard at a concern for security at the capitol building What exactly did he say to the best year recollection Sure It was a meeting you don't really forget because we were discussing something totally unrelated to the protection of America's national security interests which is what DoD does Then at the end the president asked us to stay and discuss the security posture for any of the events leading up to January 6th and on January 6th So not just for Washington D.C. but for across America because he knew there was gatherings that have been discussed on social media and events we're going to take place in Washington So he asked questions about the security posture and what he could do or what could be done to enhance it especially in Washington So he was concerned about security throughout the country and especially in Washington correct Yep that's right That's what you just said That's what he said correct Yes That's my recollection That's a summary of it yes

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Kash Patel Confirms President Trump Offered up the National Guard

Mark Levin

01:08 min | 2 months ago

Kash Patel Confirms President Trump Offered up the National Guard

"I want to walk through this because the committee has released an audio Of the former acting Secretary of Defense which they are suggesting that no Donald Trump did not authorize or encourage the National Guard to be poised to assist on Capitol Hill What exact day was that meeting that you had and that you were in the Oval Office with the president and with whom else were you in the Oval Office Was that my head of January 3rd or fourth two or three days before the Capitol Hill events of January 6th It was myself as chief of staff of DoD the Secretary of Defense Chris Miller the chief of staff of the president of the United States Mark Meadows the president of the United States and chairman of Jordan chiefs of staff Mark milley And maybe one other person Okay So at least U four and the president Yeah Did the issue of the National Guard come up yes or no Unequivocally yes Who brought up the National Guard The president

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How Can We Fix the Department Of Defense? Jim Hanson Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:09 min | 2 months ago

How Can We Fix the Department Of Defense? Jim Hanson Explains

"And Kurt are really helping a future president Trump fix things at DoD, where does it begin? What is the, what does this say, the center of gravity in clouds of its terms? There's two personnel because personnel's policy and the budget. Those are the two places. So you have to identify who are the people who are probably no matter what's going on. And there's plenty and they do it to us. I don't feel bad at all. Oh, I have a list. In my hand, this is not mccarthyism. This is American policy the way it's supposed to be executed. So we're looking at the people who have the most egregious policy views in senior executive agencies. Second, you need to find the policies that we're now paying for that we should not be paying for. Because if we have Congress for the next two years, the House and Senate hopefully, we can stop some of this and start dismantling it before the new president even gets in there. Because if they don't have money to spend, they can't do the stuff. So diversity, inclusive, equity, DIE, die, could die. And let's start ripping it out by the roots in every agent. What about

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Kash Patel Shares an Important Update on Durham's Investigation

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:12 min | 2 months ago

Kash Patel Shares an Important Update on Durham's Investigation

"With us right now is a friend of the program cash Patel, former DoD chief of staff, an author of plot against the king, cash welcome back to the program. Hey, Charlie, thanks for having me. Great to be with you. So what's going on with Durham? Danchenko is standing trial in the fall. What's the latest out of the Durham investigation? Yeah, look, you know, he's prepping for trial. You're correct. He's going on trial in Virginia in the fall. I think September, October, and what prosecutors do and what I did as a former federal prosecutor is you issue trial subpoenas. So the latest flurry, 30 witness trial subpoenas were issued by danchenko. Now, that's a big case. When it comes to federal prosecutions, usually you can tidy up a federal criminal prosecution with about ten to 15 witnesses. This is two X that. So he doesn't have to call every one of those, but he means he means to tell the court in the world that he's flying in witnesses from around the country and around the world. To make his case against danchenko. And so hopefully we'll get more information as we get closer to trial with the pretrial pleadings and motions that the defense and Durham will file. And hopefully Merrick Garland will allow John Durham with a continue his work on other cases, even though I've heard rumblings of

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Caller: You Got to Stand up to Left-Wing Losers

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:14 min | 2 months ago

Caller: You Got to Stand up to Left-Wing Losers

"You ever been to the old weblet? Well, down in D.C.. It's been a long time. Yeah, the old ebbets grill, it's been a long time, but yes, I've been there. Yeah, we were there in the back booth signing contracts for DoD. 6 of us special forces. In a bunch of these more rounds came in at a bar, left wing losers. And started with everybody in the bar, it was the worst day of mistake they ever made in their life. Is that right? What happened? We came up out of that booth and cleared these guys out. To the sidewalk and just dump the hell out of all of them. And the D.C. cops came across the mile and dragged them off. But you got to stand up to these guys. That's it. You know, this has gotten out of control. And I'll tell you right now. We were just lucky enough, they thanked us for every time we ever went in the others after that. They just, they couldn't get them off and thank us enough. My good for you. Because you're right, this is, it's time for men to start behaving like men, and you know, you're gonna get these little snowflake wusses and that's all they are. These little limp wristed snowflake wusses and you pick them up by the belt buckle if they're wearing a belt and you just toss them right out the front door. That's it. That's how you handle that problem.

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Julie Kelly: Adam Schiff's Shady Provision in Defense Bill

The Dan Bongino Show

01:29 min | 2 months ago

Julie Kelly: Adam Schiff's Shady Provision in Defense Bill

"I follow you religiously on social media because you're always you know a month or two if not more ahead of the stories And you posted something yesterday about a provision slipped into the national defense authorization act and I started reading it and you have a screenshot again it's not a conspiracy theory like the kooky left this like to say a screenshot of it If you slipped in by Adam Schiff and it's really really shady What is this do What do you think the purpose of it was Well the purpose seems to be to conceal evidence collected illegally from members of the military who are involved in domestic law enforcement activity as you know Dan That's against the law So there's sort of a virtuous twist to it but it's Adam Schiff right So you know Right That there's something very sinister to this amendment and it's specifically says if I can just pull up really quickly I know you have it up there But it prevents information coming from DoD the military shall not be received in evidence of any trial hearing proceeding Grand jury department officer agency or legislative committee Now the timing of course is interesting because it looks like they want to keep anything that's Republicans might want to investigate related to the military when they take control of the next year to keep this under

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Kash Patel: Chuck Schumer Had Intel About Potential Dangers on Jan. 6

Mark Levin

01:03 min | 3 months ago

Kash Patel: Chuck Schumer Had Intel About Potential Dangers on Jan. 6

"Wouldn't it be rational to conclude that if the executive branch had that information It would have been shared with or perhaps came from Capitol Hill the capitol police and so forth the FBI and others Well what we've learned is from the Biden DoD inspector general investigation of the DoD's conduct leading up to January 6th where they found themselves the Biden inspector general that we did not delay and we acted appropriately and swiftly in relation to the National Guard It also found that the FBI had sensitive intelligence that they selectively shared with Chuck Schumer and not with the other Intel agencies and law enforcement community writ large So those are questions Chris ray can only answer as to why he failed to do that And any information we received of course we acted upon but of course president Trump proactively preemptively said just in case I'm giving you the authorization because that's what the law requires And so you can use it not just in Washington but anywhere across America let's go ask the governor if they need it

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U.S. Army Recruitment Is Down 40%

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:16 min | 3 months ago

U.S. Army Recruitment Is Down 40%

"Numbers are so low. It's ridiculous and the army in particular, the numbers are down 40%. It's gotten to the point where some legislature are talking about drafting women for God's sakes, which is totally insane. I'll just say it flat out. I don't believe that women should be in combat. Think of what happens to man. Imagine how much worse that'll get with women and they're talking about allowing people with medical conditions asthma ADHD and whatever they got to do illegal immigrants who were brought to the U.S. as young children and this is all because the DoD is trying to make an excuse. They're saying it's a tight job market. They're blaming the lockdowns, which Democrats imposed, by the way, but the truth of the matter is it's messaging and no one wants to serve under this particular president. That's the truth. So we are building an army, God forgive me of metrosexuals and this needs to stop the CRT, the DEI, the SEL training of our troops. I know there's some good ones in there. I know there's plenty of good ones, but I'm telling you the left is doing a number on our military and is absolutely a shame. It's a shame of what's happening to our military.

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What Will Happen if Roe v. Wade Is Overturned?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:58 min | 3 months ago

What Will Happen if Roe v. Wade Is Overturned?

"Some people thought that the Supreme Court's abortion decision, the so called dod decision would come out today. It doesn't look like that's going to be the case. No decision today. But nevertheless, in thinking about it, then anticipating that the Supreme Court might do this. I thought to myself, what is going to be the immediate aftermath if the court decides as predicted? And in fact, as the leak shows that roe versus wade will be overturned. Now, we've talked about this on the podcast before. This of course does not mean that abortion becomes illegal in the country. Roe versus wade was a decision that said that states can not pass laws that limit or restrict the abortion right. And while there were some modest qualifications and role and also in the subsequent Casey decision, these were essentially meaningless. Essentially, we've had abortion on demand. Why? Because if you allow abortion in any case where the quote health or life of the mother is imperiled, the woman can always say that I'm doing this for health reasons and nobody can say otherwise. So it creates an unlimited right or virtually unlimited right. Now, if a row is overturned, that means that states can now once again pass laws restricting abortion. And what's going to happen? Well, Bloomberg has an article about this. In which they say that about two dozen states already have laws on the books that essentially outlaw abortion in most, if not all cases. And these are states by the way, these laws have been held to be invalid because they are in contradiction to row, but Bloomberg's point is that they automatically kick into effect. If rho is

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The Latest Bombshells Out of the Durham Investigation With Kash Patel

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:36 min | 4 months ago

The Latest Bombshells Out of the Durham Investigation With Kash Patel

"He is a true pep par excellence when it comes to fighting the deep state. He is former chief of staff at The Pentagon for investigator for the intelligence committee of the House, cash Patel, welcome back to America first. Zep, thanks so much. The studios looking better and better and better. Love it. Thank you kindly. We got to talk about this new, very different initiative that you have become involved with, a new publication, but first, because we've been discussing it already with Margot Cleveland, John Solomon today, the sussman trial continues, and it seems very strange that your former colleagues are also former DoD DoJ prosecutor. Your former colleagues taking the stand being asked very important questions by this independent council, they're not being very talkative or helpful for John Durham. Why is that cash Patel? It's amazing. Some of these people and actually all of them, I worked with at the Department of Justice. I know them personally for my time as a national security prosecutor. These are some of the most intellectually smart advanced people I've ever met and all of a sudden, I don't know. I can't remember. I'm not really too sure about that, you know? This is what happens when you politicize the national security apparatus. These people who are supposed to take their oaths of office seriously, especially when called upon to testify in a federal prosecution, should not be allowed to get away with this nonsense. But to me, it just shows the jury and the world that they were all in on it. They don't want to get in any trouble. They're being forced to testify, so they're just going to go up there and do their song and dance and get out

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"dod" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

01:37 min | 5 months ago

"dod" Discussed on Security Now

"This project is one of the efforts of the open SSF securing critical projects working group. You can also explore other open SSF projects like SLS a, I didn't dig into what that was. And sig store, which expand beyond the security of packages themselves to address package integrity across the supply chain. So this is very welcome news. As we know, for the past several weeks, especially, I've been lamenting the inherent lack of security of the systems that have been built to make sharing code libraries virtually effortless. The trouble has been that polluting these code repositories is also effortless. And recently, we've seen this process even being automated with bots to further thwart code identification and its takedown. I mentioned some specific examples from among the more than 200 malicious packages discovered during the first month of the system's use. The first two attacks listed in their case study published on GitHub, were against Discord clients and their users. They explained that Discord attacks are focused on attacking Discord accounts or clients. They said a stolen accounts can be resold, used for fraud, like cryptocurrency scams, or used to gain insider knowledge or secrets. The first one that was over on pi pi is Discord CMD..

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"dod" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

05:10 min | 5 months ago

"dod" Discussed on Security Now

"For example, one of the most notorious incidents incidents which I referred to in passing last week occurred back in 2009 when suspected Chinese hackers broke into one of the contractors working on the F-35 joint strike fighter, which, as we know, is the most expensive weapons platform ever in U.S. history. And made off with its design data. Oops. So Melissa vice, the interim director of the DoD vulnerability disclosure program said, so she was directing this effort, said the pilot bug bounty, which concluded at the end of April, intended to identify whether similar critical and high severity vulnerabilities existed on small to medium cleared and non cleared that's defense industrial base. So that's the collectively how these companies, these contractors are known. Company assets with potential risks for critical infrastructure and the U.S. supply chain. That was Melissa saying that. So armed with this data, an analysis of the DIV vulnerability report management network, which is yet another abbreviation, will now take place in order to document the pilot program's lessons learned and inform the way forward for a fully funded program. Alex rice, the cofounder and CTO of hacker one, who, as I said, was the organizing hacker one provided the hackers. He said, quote, with sisa, now mandating vulnerability disclosure for government agencies and federal contractors. The DIV VDP takes the practice a leap forward by demonstrating the efficacy of vulnerability disclosure programs in the real world. So the fiscal 2022 defense policy Bill required the DoD to assess the feasibility of allowing a threat hunting program on the defense industrial base to read out four and a hackers and study the possibility of establishing a threat information sharing program for what has become a sprawling DoD enterprise. Yeah, if you got 303 100,000, a 100,000 or 300,000, you're not really sure. Subcontractors, that's sprawling. Earlier this year, the DoD CIO, John Sherman said, The Pentagon was getting rolling on both of those examinations, which, as I said, the fiscal 2022 defense policy Bill required that they do this. So they did. Now, we've seen and the bureaucracy has witnessed the clear feasibility of these programs. And when you stop to think about it, this approach makes so much sense. No sane and talented white hat hacker is going to poke at government networks and systems at the risk of triggering a law enforcement action against them, right?.

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Dod’s Budget Inflation Story Is More Complicated Than You Think

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:48 sec | 6 months ago

Dod’s Budget Inflation Story Is More Complicated Than You Think

"Hey, I want to talk to you about the hearing yesterday. I played some congressman Walsh who's up next hour. I thought it was an interesting hearing. Got a little hot in the collar from general Austin defense secretary asked him, what did you learn from yesterday's hearing? Well, a few big things came out. The first is that chairman milley admitted that the 2% inflation assumption that they used in the budget was obviously incorrect, I believe, was the phrase he used or something like that. So it raises the question. If we know it's obviously incorrect, then why? Are they continuing to stand behind it? Why use it? And what this proves is a bigger point, which when you factor in inflation, the 780 ish, $773 billion number, is really a mirage.

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Rep. Austin Scott: Many Military Personnel Lost Religious Exemptions

The Dan Bongino Show

00:49 sec | 6 months ago

Rep. Austin Scott: Many Military Personnel Lost Religious Exemptions

"One of the other things Dan and this doesn't get told about enough I don't think is there a lot of people in the military that had religious exemptions before we ever knew what COVID was And so this isn't someone who was told to go get a COVID vaccine and then came in the next day and said hey I want a religious exemption to it These are people who had religious exceptions before we even knew what COVID was And the crazy thing is that those religious exemptions were taken away from them in most of the cases And so that's where I just don't understand how the DoD changed their policy with regard to individual soldiers and religious exemptions with regard to this one

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Tucker Carlson: We Deserve to Know About the Biolabs Research

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:42 min | 7 months ago

Tucker Carlson: We Deserve to Know About the Biolabs Research

"Tucker Carlson, a guy I admire very, very much, had a pretty extensive monologue revisiting this as he has done the last couple of nights on his show on Fox News. I thought it was worth a listen. And the truth is, we're not interested in what Russian propagandists say about these Ukrainian bio labs, they're not interested in what the propaganda is at CNN say about these bio labs. We're Americans. So we would like, in fact, we think we have a right to demand the Biden administration to answer simple questions straightforward questions. These are obviously questions important enough to make Tory Nuland very nervous. But why? We don't know. They won't answer. So instead we did some digging of ourselves to see what we could find. And here's what we came up with. The day after Russia invaded Ukraine, Robert Pope, the man who heads the cooperative threat reduction program at DoD, sat for an interview with the website bulletin of the atomic scientists. Pope was the man in charge of securing or eliminating Soviet era bio weapons. So he knows a lot about the subject. Maybe more than anyone else. But it turns out that not all of these Soviet weapons are being destroyed or even secured and Pope acknowledged that in the interview, which apparently seen and didn't see. According to his interview, Pope said the lab's quote may hold pathogen strains left over from the Soviet bioweapons program, preserved in freezers for research purposes. Pope said that quote, scientists being scientists, it wouldn't surprise me if some of these strain collections in some of these laboratories still have pathogen strains that go all the way back to the origins of that program. In other words, because as pump put it, scientists are scientists, they don't want to destroy all the bioweapons. Instead, they're using them to conduct new bioweapons research.

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Why American Institutions Are Untrustworthy

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:59 sec | 7 months ago

Why American Institutions Are Untrustworthy

"National institution any longer. Do you know how hard that is for me who loves this country to say that to you? The FBI has been corrupted the CIA, the CBC, the FDA, the DoD, the DoJ. Everything. Am I overstating it? And I always tell guests on my show if you differ with me. Please feel free to do so. Well, I'd like to not differ with you. I'd like to amplify it. Let's keep going. Too many churches. Too many fortune 200 companies, professional sports, all sports, all colleges, almost all colleges, almost all educational structures. Almost all foundations, every powerful part of society, starting with big tech and big media going down, has essentially been taken over. Now, we talk about this in the book, was it a

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Chris Buskirk: 'We Have to Keep Beating That Drum'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:27 min | 8 months ago

Chris Buskirk: 'We Have to Keep Beating That Drum'

"You a video that I think is a game changer when my team and I said this is it. That's it end of story, no debate this is the next election. It's from the west Chester police at the airport last year in the middle of the night intercepting some CIA contractors from mvm here in Asheville, Virginia, ferrying illegal aliens in an arm Mark jumper jet. Don't want to be somewhere where the spotlight is. A lot of this is just, no, I get it. Because what we don't want to do is abstract attention. We don't want the media to like we don't even know where we're going when they come. I get the whole secrecy and all this is even about my experience. And why? You know why? You know what? Yeah, no, but why? Come on. What's the big secret? Everybody knows what's happening. The government. Because if this gets out, the government is betraying the American people. Chris got to get your response. For me, if I were part of the conservative movement, if I were at Mar-a-Lago, this would be the campaign ad. When you have a CIA contractor saying, we gotta be on the down low, admitting afterwards that I'm not even allowed on the DA chess orders to show you my DoD army contractors ID. I'm only allowed to give the police my driver's license because this is so, so unconstitutional. Is there anything more that needs to be said about saving America? Well, yeah, probably, yes. I mean, I don't think it's verbally, but there's a lot more that needs to be said about this. And we need to be beating this drum nonstop. I'll give you another example step. There's a couple of miles from where I live literally across the street from where my kids went to school. There is an old hotel which has been used to house illegal aliens for the past year. It's a story that has been made quite public here in Arizona, but you know, people forget. And we have to, we have to keep beating that drum. I mean, this

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Who Is (the Now Infamous) Dr. Robert Malone?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

03:02 min | 8 months ago

Who Is (the Now Infamous) Dr. Robert Malone?

"First. Doctor Malone, welcome to the Salem radio network. Thank you very much, mister gorka and thank you for the opportunity to speak to you and to your audience today. Well, I could spend the next hour just rattling off your curriculum vitae and your various qualifications in the scientific world for those who didn't see your hours long interview with Joe who haven't seen all the interviews you've given with my friend and my former colleague Steve Bannon. Would you mind would you indulge us for a second for those across the country for whom you are a new name just to give us a prey see of your background and your relationship, for example, to the mRNA vaccines that are so in the news currently? Well, for your audience, I have been vetted and have secret clearance with Department of Defense. I've won over $8 billion or managed them for in government grants and contracts. I typically work very closely with the Department of Defense defense threat reduction agency. Kim biodefense group and have for decades, I have been a vaccine developer and innovator for well over 30 years as when I was a graduate student, I had a series of discoveries that led to 9 issued U.S. patents and numerous international patents that include all of the core technology for what we call RNA and DNA vaccines, including the first proof of concept reduction to practice using an RNA vaccine in a mouse model to produce immune responses against the envelope glycoprotein of aids. So an aids vaccine candidate my first major contract was with as a newly minted MD intern at UC Davis was with the Department of the Navy for development of an aids vaccine. I am trained at northwestern university for my NDI hold a license in the state of Maryland. I'm trained in my graduate studies at the salk institute and UC San Diego undergraduate biochemistry UC Davis multiple research fellowships at UC Davis in the department of pathology was an academic for well over a decade reaching associate professor level at the uniformed services university of the health sciences. So that's the DoD medical school. In D.C., I have been involved in way too many outbreaks intimately. I spearheaded for DoD for quite a while. The development of their Ebola vaccine candidate, which eventually I brought murk in. It was licensed to American. It's now the licensed Ebola vaccine. I've worked on flu vaccines. I've worked on literally all the biodefense vaccines used to work under contract directly for DoD at dying port vaccine company.

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Rep. Dan Crenshaw Clarifies His Position Following a Controversial Social Media Clip

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:58 min | 8 months ago

Rep. Dan Crenshaw Clarifies His Position Following a Controversial Social Media Clip

"And back talking to Dan Crenshaw, congressman representing Texas second congressional district. Dad in a second episode that was kind of bandied about social media. A guy stands up and town hall and basically says, what can you do to help the January 6th protester is? And you made two points. You said one we're in the minority, so there are limits to what we can do. But I think the second point is what I want to ask you about. You said that taking some ball like action kind of like showing up in solidarity with those guys. You said doesn't really help them. It's maybe a photo op for me, but what does it do for those guys? In fact, they may even be retaliation and arguably those guys could be put into lockdown because of the public visibility and so on. The question I kind of wanted to ask you is a, do you sort of stand by those remarks and be what if the guys who are on the inside said, you know what? We'll take the heat. We want Dan Crenshaw to calm down here and at least make a presence on our behalf at least assert publicly the idea that there is mistreatment going on. There are people who are being held. Their trials are being put off for long periods of time, address the January 6th issue the way you feel about it now. In the context of what you were asked about in the town meeting. Yes, there's a couple things. There's based on the allegations and the evidence we've seen or heard about, there's no question there's some mistreatment going on. And it appears to be a very broad problem throughout our jailing system, our prison system. So that seems to be a fact. But I do stand by those answers in a recent judiciary committee hearing the witnesses testify that after those congressional visits, things got worse. So it does appear to be the case that things will get worse when the wrong kind of attention is drawn to this. Now, I've been through this before. This question with this question of what Congress should do, what kind of influence we should exert. To get the outcome we wanted. If you remember the navy seal, Eddie Gallagher. He was in squalid conditions as well. He was being treated unfairly, treated as if he was guilty until proven innocent. And there was a discussion in Congress about what kind of letter to write to the DoD to get this on the president's radar. Is at the time the president was Trump. So we had an ally in the administration. That's another. That's another thing that's different now. And there is my side of it, which said, look, we've talked to legal counsel. We believe that this approach is the right one because it might actually have an outcome. It might actually have some kind of benefit. And then there's this other letter that Gallagher family wanted and that some members of Congress wanted, which was really just performative. It was really just a shot in the dark that had no real legal teeth to it that had no real arguments to it. And what has been ignored. But it sounded better. And so the question is do we want to sound good or do good? That's the

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"dod" Discussed on Veteran on the Move

Veteran on the Move

05:16 min | 10 months ago

"dod" Discussed on Veteran on the Move

"I can only think and I'm not, and I'm not speaking on behalf of DoD or DoD tap or any government program office that runs this stuff. But I would think it's because of the scrutiny. Maybe that the organization is getting from the military, families and service members that are retiring to society and having a real hard struggle at it. The DoD just want to dump everybody out back into society and well, so I've heard two different things. Well, I've heard one thing and I have another theory. I've heard one thing is, one thing is, especially those that get out, I'm not sure what the severance pay or the unemployment requirements are differs by state. But the military pays a massive amount of unemployment when they send people home. That didn't have the option to stay in. So they're trying to reduce that unemployment load. I mean, it's probably tens or hundreds of millions of dollars a year. I'm just speculating here. So there is a definitely an unemployment unemployment insurance cost associated with that. But I also think that. A successfully transitioned veteran is the most powerful recruiting tool for new people coming in. Look at him. He went in for four years, got out, got a great job going to school, whatever life's great. That could be you in four years. So it's a phenomenal recruiting tool if the transition out is successful. So and then there's definitely the holistic concept of the military and the DoD doesn't want to develop a bad reputation for just dumping people back at in a society. So the successful transition is important. We all have a vested interest in making sure that something successful happens with those folks getting out that want to do the things they want to do. So absolutely. Having said all that or knowing all that, it's still pretty amazing how there's this great divide. Between these people that want to successfully transition in these companies that want to hire them or these schools that want to get him into school, there's still a big great divide out there that just seems to not really go away. No matter how much effort put into it. And this is where this is where the solution I put together comes into play, right?.

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"dod" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"dod" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Need a fed that is willing to stand up to the giant financial institutions We need a fed that is willing to push back So I'll give you another example around it You're right on short term funding I want to talk about the stress tests You know the stress tests are kind of like finals in school And it used to be the case when the stress test first came out after the 2008 crash after dod Frank was put in place They were tough And a lot of the financial institutions flocked and they had to go back and they had to clean up their balance sheets They had to change a lot of what they did They had to divest from a lot of risky undertakings that they had What's happened over the past few years is the fed under Powell's leadership has basically shown the banks the test in advance And then the banks they're not dumb They reverse engineer so that their balance sheet looks just right to match the strength test but that also means maybe concealing all kinds of other risk I always remember that in 2007 everybody said banks are doing great They are so profitable I mean nothing's ever gonna go wrong Till it did That's what shadow banking Because that has grown enormously Is that at this point even a larger risk than the banks You know and again referring to what happened in the 2008 crash it was the non banks as well Remember that drove us over the cliff It was the non banks that actually failed and started taking down the whole economy The shadow banks still have not done a good job of.

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"dod" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"dod" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"In the hospital drinking injectable ivermectin formulated as an injection. That you would shoot into a cow nine days in the hospital at a time when. I'm sure that hospital bed wasn't needed by anybody else right. Why is this happening now. Why is this happening now. I mean to those individuals described in the cdc advisory. But why is it happening in such large numbers. What's going on right now to drive this to put it on all these front pages all across the country to have poison control centers texas oklahoma arkansas mississippi alabama. All be states coming forward. Just within the past week to say they're inundated with calls from americans dosing themselves with these meds that don't treat covert nineteen and don't prevent it. These that are making people sick and in some cases putting them in the hospital is not that. This is just like getting covered. Now there is a big upsurge in this happening now. Prepaid national prescriptions for for this drug ivermectin which again does have some legitimate uses in humans for things like a bad infestation of headlights or scabies pre pandemic. There were about thirty. Six hundred human prescriptions of this drug per week. Nationwide about thirty six hundred now. According to the cdc for the week ending august thirteenth. It's not thirty. Six hundred prescriptions per week anymore. It's eight thousand prescriptions. per week. Right now a twenty four fold increase from the baseline for a drug that neither treats nor prevents cova and can make you very sick and potentially kill you. Why is this happening. Interesting story turns out. Do you remember this. This was last summer. July twenty seventh twenty twenty looks like kind of normal trait doctors and white coats standing at the steps of the supreme court. Wire they at the supreme court. No idea but it you know. It's it's a nice setting looks very official. They're all wearing white coats. They're all wearing in fact the same white coat with logo on them. The logo is from something called. America's frontline doctors it would later emerge that this group was convened by conservative activists. Who wanted to make. It seem like then. President trump wasn't exactly against doctors against medicine against science and his continuing bazaar and false statements about covert and how it was all going to go away on. Its own like magic. conservative activist. groups. Wanted to make it seem like president. Trump wasn't citing against doctors. He was deciding with some different doctors with some different science as represented by these folks inexplicably standing on the front steps of the supreme court and with a permit from a tea party group set up by a conservative activist group in support of president trump. This group america's frontline doctors gave their press conference that day last july. They announced that kovic was no big. Deal you definitely don't need to wear a mask or stay any distance away from anybody else because a lack we said cove. It's no big deal and be if you do catch it. Don't worry there's a cure they said covert can be cured with a drug called hydroxy chloroquine which is an anti malarial. But don't let the details. Screw up the sort of star speaker that day was this doctor who said i know you. People wanna talk about a mask. Hello you don't need a mask. There is a cure. It's called hydroxy. Chloroquine hydroxy clinton and zinc then. President trump retweeted video of that doctors press conference. The white house actually arranged for a white coat summit for members of that group to come meet with vice president. Mike pence in person you'll recall he was the head of the white house corona virus taskforce. He met with that group. it later emerged. Thanks to roughly five seconds of sleuthing by everybody over the age of six with access to a complex tool call google. It later emerged that the doctor who led that press conference. The one said. You don't need a mask. you just need hydroxy clark. When she maintains that ovarian cysts are caused by people having sex with demons and witches in their sleep. What happens if you wake up in the middle. Also vaccines are all designed to make you no longer religious. That's what vaccines are for and the government. But where is run by reptiles reptiles but by reptilian people.

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"dod" Discussed on Eye On A.I.

Eye On A.I.

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"dod" Discussed on Eye On A.I.

"Leaders if you name a problem in. Dod having senior leaders understand the best way to solve the problem is a huge step toward solving it. So that that's a lot of this is trying to accomplish is equipping senior leaders with the tools that they they need now. Adele need ten years from now. The word is necessary twenty years ago and so that's what we think that pipe leads to. How long do expect certification would take in individual. It depends on the route ago. If someone will took commercial certification route than you might be talking about months the that not as a fulltime job somewhere friends who earn commercial certifications of the types of birth envisioning are doing that inside edition to their full time job in doing that. Of course of three or four months say like a commercial certification in architecture cloud artificial intelligence if it's something that's involves fellowship industry. I take six months to one year. Is the the timeframe it will end. Let's assume that this congress does act on this for fiscal year. Two thousand twenty two. How long before. You have an officer corps that is certified and educated at the level that you believe they need to be educated as a generational change that we're talking about or something faster than that. I definitely don't take a generation change. It's worth taking a looking back at the full suite of recommendations we have wore trinity capable fighters. We have integrating computational thinking digital skills into junior officer or practitioner requirements initial training and noncommissioned officer education courses. Said that's helping. The new people come in and that could go in very quickly start having effect. There is integrating emerging technology into professional education. Which could also go into effect pretty quickly as well in the goldwater-nichols a piece of it as well. In addition to the things that have already been factored by congress so looking at that full suite. Mec- that duty in the services could actually start touching people at various points in their career throughout their entire career. Right away. so you don't have to wait for generation take place. So how long would it take to have junior officers sand and ceos star understanding the equipment. They're using which were effectively. That could take place just about as quickly as they start. Actually building those courses getting licensing agreements with existing courses if they choose to pick out in integrating into requirements. Same thing for goldwater-nichols point. Oh where they could start adding that requirement and then moving people into fellowships in non critical bilas requiring commercial certifications neck up in very quickly so i think having this as part of culture in a very robust way having new capabilities or worked for can easily happen by the twenty twenty-five timeframe or commissioners recommended. That's it for this week's podcast. I wanna thank lance justin and ryan for their time. I encourage everyone who cares about the future of our world to read the national security commission on a report which can be found at. www dot n. s. c. a. i. g. o. v. Regardless of how you feel about military uses of ai. I believe it's critical. The people involved in the field understand what the government is doing. The singularity may not be near. But a i is changing your world so pay attention.

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"dod" Discussed on Eye On A.I.

Eye On A.I.

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"dod" Discussed on Eye On A.I.

"The personal system will come crushing underneath those requirements. It isn't built that way now where this gets a little. Tricky as we're talking about merging disruptive technologies these folks need to have a breath of understanding of emerging technologies and have certifications that make them the experts that they need to be developed. Inform the data driven decision makers and the processes that we've talked about in some of our recommendations today they have to be able to walk in that position in have a breath of knowledge when they come into that tells. You informed the process but having a very specific niche skill sets some of that potentially could be done by command. I just think it becomes harder and harder to fill that. They try to get that specific. Lotter really really. Smart people oriented employees. The united states government the national labs. They'll get touch points with folks on the tactical edge in the bridge between with the warfighter knees in what they can do in the labs is simply missing when you start taking people that are officers in the military than rotating them into these labs as part of this type of certification process or rotating them into industry and seeing what the off the shelf capabilities are that exists. You will get innovative. Things that will happen there and touch points in bridges that currently don't even exist because that natural bridge just doesn't take place as you rotate people that have been in a certain domain into a place where technology exists in the back into the domain. They bring with them the knowledge of both and they can inform decision makers they can form leaders that are in the positions to make those decisions in ways that they can't do so today because that simply is not part of the natural. Dna of how we you started talking about. Incentives does this certification or filling. These billets open you up for advancement that you wouldn't be open to otherwise so i would just go back to the goldwater-nichols because it was controversial at the time making promotions dependent on joint services. Join qualification was not popular. We.

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"dod" Discussed on Eye On A.I.

Eye On A.I.

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"dod" Discussed on Eye On A.I.

"A lot of ways we don't want to do is take a step forward emerging tech and then take a step backward elsewhere and we think it's possible to balance those two little bit by having emerging tech certification. Come through fellowships. Things like that Just mentioned corporal certifications that don't require cutting strategy focus a programs also don't wanna create reliance on doing a stem graduate program in that never looking back to emerging technology over the next ten years. That'd be problematic for a couple of reasons. The biggest being of course texas cheating really fast. He'll get the state of the i ten years ago versus the state of today. You're looking very very world. Because of the way harbours changed the way access to data exchange into some extent by some algorithms to change in the last ten years in brochures in years from now that will say the same thing that many things have changed. So we don't want to have a static body of knowledge masters degrees Indicate that but we don't want to have that one and would this then for for certification would there be a course or a process that everybody who gets certified would go through so everyone has the same level of knowledge or you can assume that everyone has the same level of knowledge. If they're certified in will you require recertification as he said. Technology changes quickly every two or three or five years so our recommendation does not have a single course. Everyone would go through and it's worth noting that the joint qualification system has some pieces like that but joint bilas or all the same experience either. They're very very diverse. So you wanna capture that. Saint of diversity experience through abroad array of commercial certifications through abroad array of different fellowships. And there's a few minutes come from that one is that you have different. Professional type backgrounds at organizational roles. Somebody who's working place that's focused on. Data architecture or marketing is going to offer something different to the department of defense than somebody. Who's working in different near the parts..

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"dod" Discussed on Eye On A.I.

Eye On A.I.

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"dod" Discussed on Eye On A.I.

"Things like that in a way that helps take you from where you are today to where you want to be in the future in this case in. Ai enabled system which commissioners said the players necessary by twenty twenty as dod continues to incorporate emerging tech into its business operations workforce in the battlefield. Really important the inquire the tele serie maintained that tangible skill sets associated with introducing end fielding emerging technologies when. It's officers corps. Now there's some challenges with doing this. There's a lot for senior to do already and it's really hard to meet those demands. We'll talk more later but one of the things that people focused on a lot as education than culture change. You can talk about culture change all day but it's really hard to actually assess culture change most of the time. It's really hard also to figure out what levers to pull drive. Culture change is at a leadership. Challenge is a resource shelled. What do we mean what we say. Let's change culture so instead of looking at culture change we started to look at a root causes that say let's change in sentence instead as ryan mentioned goldwater-nichols that a really great job changing the incentive structure for the officer core to incentivize join competency. Let's look at that as a model to change in some structured for digital literacy in emerging tech literacy so we think that by changing some structure we could create emerging leaders who could assist with acquisition arranging tech help integrated into field units develop organizational up racial concepts that integrate them as well but quickly to do today. And how would that work in. Practice is so much like the original goldwater-nichols act and the two thousand seven national visualization act. The which led to the caucasian system that we have today in this current form..

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"dod" Discussed on Cyber Work

Cyber Work

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"dod" Discussed on Cyber Work

"It was a voluntary self at station. Type of model. You just simply said yes. We meet the requirements. Well it didn't work very well in fact It's estimated that eighty plus percent of the defense industrial base didn't even know the requirement existed much less comply with it. And so what you ended up with. Was this hodgepodge of technologies of small businesses and medium sized business especially not meeting the requirements. Dod quite frankly got mad at it and said that's it. We're now going to put a third party model place. And that's what him sean's so it takes the hundred ten requirements of the nist. Eight hundred one. Seventy one standard adds twenty more which we're all pretty basic sir. Okay there's there's nothing really difficult about it Creates one hundred thirty requirements for level. Three and says this is the process. This kind of stuff you need to do. And it's formal and it say it has to be a repeatable process. It's not a it's not an ad hoc process more. It's not yelling down the hall. Which was what. I used to do right. Sure it's has to be written down. It has to be provable. You has to be repeatable. you've got to have some technologies in place. You've got to do some things that maybe otherwise you didn't previously do and basically it's that one and that stands for maturity that says you've got to demonstrate that this happens inside. Your company happens on a repeatable basis. Quite frankly out of the hundred and ten requirements for the nist eight hundred standard. There's nothing in there. That's really a bad idea right. Yeah every company should be doing most of those things anyway. We know that they're not. That's why we are where we are. Yeah and the pre primary certain is just that people it was. It was sort of on a good behaviour system whether you chose to implement it or not we. You know what the amazing thing is is that it was a legally binding requirement because it was part of a standard contract. Dod issue and it was into terms and conditions. And when you signed a contract that you were going to do it Do the work for dod you basically certified that you were in compliance. Yeah i jokingly said when he came out and there was a bigger push into this state hundred of compliance. It said there's the money is in in Doing a remediation or doing assessments doing anything like that. The money is being a whistle blower and go in the dod and say this company doesn't doesn't comply because technically every single invoice submitted since december of two thousand seventeen for a company that Did not comply didn't do the eight hundred one. Seventy one stuff that's punishable under the false claims act wow So there is a ton of money out there. The dod can go after they're not going to unless there's whistleblowers But with the new model. That's not gonna come up. It's going to be a third party. Comes out in verifies that you've done all the things that you say you're doing The second part of your question how far down the supply chain. That's gonna go. Couple of months ago i might have answered that a little differently There is a mandatory flow down requirement. If you're slowing down certain kinds of information you have to flow down. The c compliance requirements. The nist requirements are required to flow them In light of what's happened in supply chains. I think you're going to see flow down in ways that you've never seen before everybody is going to say i don't care. What the requirement is. I'm gonna overprotect myself..

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"dod" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

Telecom Reseller

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"dod" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

"Yeah absolutely and and I think one of the things that happened last year of course would depend emack kind of put the dod and you know difficult birth Equation at times and and added some additional challenges to their Communications tools. Traditionally the the dod doesn't really allow things to go off site secure phone call for example has to be in a secure office and I think the the need for people to work from home. When the pandemic hit really opened the eyes of of government agencies and how long we going to communicate and how are we going to continue to operate? When our people have to work from home, the government has done a great job in the dod has done a great job planning for Global Warfare. But I'm not sure they were completely prepared for the, how communication needed to change was something like Global pandemic. Let's start digging into that a little bit. What does the SPC? 5400 jitc? Genetic certification mean for ribosome and the dod agencies. Yeah, so this this certification is a is a significant milestone for us in that. We are partnering with Microsoft to certify a session board controler product to go along with a teams deployment and teams has become the wrong. Kind of the de facto unified Communications product for the dod and the government agencies really the providing the way for them to communicate remotely both video and voice and conferencing, the traditional tools like zoom. And and some of these others have traditionally not been options for them and and the government has secure job. Their teams environments. So they can communicate securely, and one of the big primary functions of an SBC session border controller is to provide security for that voice connection as it leaves the teams environment, you have to secure it before it goes out over any kind of wide area network. And then you have to be able to decrypt it to go back into seems that the other end. And so, SBC is a critical component to do that. What the, what the jitc does with certifications is? They'll they'll certify products together. So they'll take three or four products from different vendors and allow you to put them together and certify it as a package. And this package of equipment gets certified and goes out the door so agencies can deploy the package and it's, it's significant for ribbon in that, you know, you can't. You can't take anybody else's product and substitute it into that certification. Now, once you're once you're certified as a whole solution, it has to be deployed as a whole solution. And so gives us the ability to provide security and the session border controller functionality for those teams deployments. I, you know, like I understand what you just saying here, but I have another question that I don't know that you you may have answered it or not, but why is it really so important for the government agencies to have that security teams, yeah, so I I think probably the biggest Factor there is the fact that you're placing calls from remote locations, so let's I'll give you an example. If if I'm if I'm at a remote location and I need to call into a team's bridge for example, that Communications path. From that remote caller through the telephone Network, the pstn or the voice over IP network in to that team's conference Bridge has to be six and they have to have confidence that it's secure. And so the fact that they used to make have these conference calls or have these meetings inside secure locations and now they're not able to age This, they're having to do things remotely, you have to still try to maintain the same level of security that you would had that you would have. If you're doing the meeting inside of a inside of a secure facility. How do the ribbon sbc's really ensure the secure real-time Communications for most sensitive environments. That's part of the reason why you have to go through the genetic process. It's one of the government's way of making sure that the product or secure, not only from the standpoint of securing that voice traffic when it goes through the network.

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"dod" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"dod" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

"Type anyone that's touching a that that is more with the design or development or or using should be aware of The implications should be aware of the ethics affects And should be escalating advancing that conversation and dialogue was in the nation as an imperative in a priority so so i say that As as a for a. That's my next comment The other people just mentioned as well that i think that Regardless of where you were for or or or what industry or sector. I think we as individuals we as employees we we as society have a moral duty to become responsible or And so i think Just from that alone. I wanted to kind of background work for for the next part of of my comments but Many think about when they take it a step down to the I in l. address for a moment that Just thinking about why is important for the dod And i kind of alluded to it from the sort of the mission of the organization but a i frankly is that transforming enabling technology that really provides the opportunity to strengthen national security and to allow for mission effectiveness so for example technology can help increased situational awareness which could then in turn acted decrease response times and and response times horse protection or although to minimize unintended casual so That is why. I is serve a critical aspect of this and when we moved into the conversation on. I want to also be clear. That ethic ethics is not new to the dod right. There's a strong culture grounded in ethics. Just not -bility accountability At the dod and the principal at the festival's our adopted in february are founded on that history right so they are founded on history and culture and also on existing ethical. Legal frameworks within the department. And so whether it's the law of armed conflict whether it's humanitarian law whether it's Existing weapon reviews processes and so there's already an existing framework that will on which the app app expensive will build on. So it's not like This is an outlier for us. As at the dod to be talking about a ethics it's just the continuation of our already Rounded focus on on ethics..

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"dod" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"dod" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Sam Shane on news 93.1. Hey, fbk. What a move. What time it is Time for the 63rd annual Grammy Awards and nominations come out this morning virtually, of course, 9 a.m. our time. Already a lot of Buzz Sam, of course, but who's going to get a nod? Taylor Swift Harry styles rappers making the Stallion and Roddy rich. They're all expected to receive multiple nominations, and you can catch the 2021 Grammy Awards on January 31st on CBS. Very good. Let's head up to the roads right down and check in with my noble theology rolling. Take it away, Brian. This report is brought to you by Calif. I learned more force health. CIA DOD Order three Ways of moving pretty well, West down 80 from Rozelle. Nine minutes to the camp Cities. Put another nine on the camp City three way and you're downtown. Just 13 minutes in Carmel Groban, either five or 99 not a delay inside on 50 from fulsome in 18 minute commute from woodland on I five you get in and 20 now north of I five. If you have an accident just before west elsewhere in Boulevard, everything is over on the shoulder speed tension, short stuff for each spot of slowing getting around it. It's counted amusement wherever you're going that way. It's not going to admit it on your drive. Maybe coming in from Davis, who found 80 across the causeway. It's 16 minutes in forests affect our everyday lives. Healthy forest provided with clean air to breathe quality water to drink and reduce the risk of large wildfires. Healthy forests critical for a healthy California learn more at for its health, CIA DOD order Traffic on the tent. Every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news. 93.1 kfbk follows the sun rises on this Tuesday morning. We're looking at clear skies sunny skies this afternoon a higher on 64 in the valley. Then tomorrow, mostly sunny skies with highs in the low sixties and then During Thanksgiving behind your 63 degrees in the valley with sunny skies.

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"dod" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"dod" Discussed on KOMO

"More victories for veterans Goto a DOD order. Come on news time. 1 44. We do traffic and weather every 10 minutes on the foursome. Good news to report the accident or ocean Say accident to the well, actually, Now it looks like only the right lane is blocked with earlier was two lanes blocked. This is AI five north bound after the ship Canal Bridge for some emergency maintenance on the roadway. There's still some cones in the right lane. But they're working to clear that out as we speak, so hopefully the backups will dissipate as we head into the afternoon commute. In Arlington. There's some road construction and daytime roadwork between are not Road and Kroc Road. If I'm pronouncing that correctly, is causing ongoing delays in both directions of highway 5 30 in the U District, in addition to The problems on I five North bound. It looks like there's also a disabled dump truck that is causing difficulty on 45th Street. As you are approaching by five. The exit from South bound I 5 to 45th is also blocked Your next traffic report. I should say this traffic report is sponsored by Loew's pros Make Close Your first stop for flooring see the latest in tile, vinyl laminate hardwood. They have the quantities you expect and at boat pricing shop in store or online at lows for pros dot com You next traffic report coming up at 1 50 for mostly cloudy for the remainder of the day with a few sunny breaks Look for highs. To be in the mid sixties. Possibility of some showers later on this afternoon rain.

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"dod" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"dod" Discussed on KOMO

"Victories for veterans Goto a DOD order. 3 40 for another update on coma traffic here against Marina Rock, Inger. We had a collision approaching the West Seattle Bridge on South Bound I five. It does look like that to get cleared out of the way, But we are looking at a slow down if you're trying to get through Seattle, so that's gonna be a solid from 5 22 90 and that kind of sluggish toward the West Seattle Bridge north by five is heavier now from 1 45th to the county line in mount like terrorists. Russell looking at slowdowns in Bellevue from Northeast Athon South bound for 05 down past 90 and often on over the Kennedale Hill in Auburn eastbound Highway 18. Approaching C Street, the shoulders block, but it left stop and go traffic from 167 We still have a collision on the shoulder North bound I five approaching, that's coming down. That's really leaving some slow traffic, making your approach through that area and brush fire being reported in wood built a small brushfire on the south side of 2 24th East. Of 78. This like a traffic is brought to you by liberty Mutual insurance. Nobody should have to pay for one size fits all insurance coverage. Liberty Mutual customizes your coverage. So you only pay for what you need your next couple traffic 3 50 for clear skies Tonight. The coma forecast brings clouds tomorrow and then rain by Friday with highs tomorrow back into the seventies were at 80 in downtown Seattle. Now with 3 46 Stay connected. Stay informed. The Northwest's only 24 hour news station Coma News, 1000 FM, 97 7 Good afternoon. I'm Rick found size Kelly Blair, our technical director editing this afternoon by.

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"dod" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

05:45 min | 2 years ago

"dod" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"P P V, a DOD order. Thanks for being with us. For many Americans, Self isolation has led to questionable at home haircuts like the Apache buzz in the uneven bowl cut, but the chop job of the moment. It's both most provocative and likely to endure might be the Koven mullet. Here's this morning's Jennifer Cash Enka. Another side effect of the pandemic. Mullets has Jacob Gallagher, The Wall Street Journal tells us that hairdo legendary in the nineties. Is making a comeback. Jacob Why now? So effectively? What is happening? Is that particularly, you know, I started reporting a story out. Probably good to go now, and that was kind of what I would call the The heart. The waning days of the quarantine for a lot of people. Now it seems you know it. Barbershops opening back up that maybe the calculation is going to be a little bit different. But people were stuck at home. They were cutting their own hair. And then that was kind of fueling some pretty funny haircuts. You know, head on. You can cut your own hair and you could do the front. Okay, But the back is kind of difficult. And so ah, lot of guys were embracing that Let's say impossibility to get an accurate haircut and just Rocking a full mullet. And then from that people kind of realized that there's a sort of humor to the haircut. It was providing them a little bit of levity during a time of sheer boredom for a lot of people in darkness for others in a certain way. So that was kind of what What gave rise to it would take a pin Your story. It kind of was interesting to me because I associate the mullet with the nineties. But apparently it's got kind of an ancient history. It goes all the way back to Teo. I believe if the history is correct that American Indians more than show style and kind of had a similar style, I would not stay with exactly that hairstyle. But that kind of shorter in the front longer in the back on hairstyle was seemingly popular. Lock down and there's some evidence going back to. I believe 1800 from not incorrect. They're the term most interestingly in contemporary history, if you will, with that the term itself. Was not really solidified until the nineties after the mullet really quite popular, you know, through the eighties and a lot of country stars having it and what have you It seems like it was actually a Beastie Boys song that popularized the term mullet itself. And then the bear really caught on And now it's kind of become this almost comical term at times, But there are people that really do it here to this hairstyle and quite like it. First figure with Jacob Gallagher of the Wall Street Journal, Jacob who are some of the more quote famous unquote people who got them recently or who continue to have them as you said they have been popular. Yes, So there's obviously the big one on a celebrity scale is Miley Cyrus has Adam will. It continues to have a bullet? Um, and the interesting thing they're being that her father, Billy Ray Cyrus was kind of one of the big figures are popular back Patrick Kane, who is a very Popular and quite good hockey player. As the hairstyling and it's interesting within hockey. It is pretty popular because the back of your hair the flow, as it is known, can kind of Get flow out of the back of of your helmet, So it's popular in hockey is also quite popular in the cross, which similarly you know, young men played the game and have you know their hair coming up the back of the helmet there. I spoke to a couple of barbers spoken to a couple barbs about the mullet overtime 11 particularly for the story, and he was saying that often, you know hole Youth lacrosse teams or youth hockey. Tina's will grow their hair out for the season to get this mullet and then for playoffs will have you all have it They don't be flying about and that's kind of the whole point of it. Azzam mostly a team bonding. For the men who are doing this just for kicks who are kind of in the professional world. Your story talks about the fact that they can disguise this on his own call. It's interesting What that front on camera can really high. You know, there's there's been a lot of talk about the fact that it hides. You know if people want to wear short beneath their sport coat, But here we're seeing that you can't really tell head on. If someone has a mullet, and it's not until they turn a little until you catch the back of their head. Morning. Jennifer Kravchenko with Wall Street Journal reporter Jacob Gallagher. 30 minutes now. After the hour on this morning, America's first news Your news starts now. Good morning. It is bright and sunny. Outsider Miramar Studios expect plenty of sunshine today with those temperatures are headed north. I'm Al Lewis. Our top stories with the latest on testing sites in Miami Dade County..

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"dod" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

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02:10 min | 3 years ago

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"You're winning free phone limited to new customers and one per line it'll restrictions apply for details nearly two weeks after the deadly shooting at a navy base in Florida there is a growing calls let pilots and other service members be all warm did military bases across the country more than twenty two thousand people signed a petition on change dot org titled let DOD personnel defend themselves on base the petition began shortly after the shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola when a Saudi officer shot three American sailors one of the victims twenty three year old ensign Josh well Watson was a recent graduate of the US Naval Academy and captain of the navy rifle team he was shot while standing watch on armed the petition claims the US military has been barred from carrying personal firearms on base since nineteen ninety three and since that time over fifty American soldiers and service members have been killed at the Pentagon Lucas Tomlinson fox news the new information in Jersey city New Jersey in the probe into last week's deadly shooting related to a man in custody possibly connected to it of the hearing for ultimate a hobby was stopped in Newark New Jersey when prosecutors said they had evidence he was buying and selling guns a hobby was arrested last weekend for being a felon in possession of a gun his number was found in the pocket of one of the shooters who killed four people in Jersey city including a police detective a hobby has not been charged with providing weapons to the shooters hardy's attorney was attempting to get him released on bond the court is considering the evidence a new hearing has not been scheduled good all Scott fox news so those two shooters were killed in a gunbattle with police in Jersey city mayor says the deliberately targeted the Jewish market a federal appeals court has upheld a ruling from a federal judge that the so called individual mandate for obamacare is unconstitutional but that panel also ruled that other ports of the affordable Care Act still need further review on Wall Street stock futures and I'm honestly there for the Dow dropped twenty nine points to the nasdaq rose another record high I'm Dave Anthony this is fox news five oh five good Thursday morning on Patrick Osborne.

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