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"daniel goldin" Discussed on AP News
"As Democrats prepare formal impeachment charges against president trump another house hearing has grown testy lawmakers sparring with each other is normal in this case top house lawyers when added as the Judiciary Committee met to review the intelligence panel's findings against the president G. O. P. council Steve caster and democratic investigator Daniel Goldin fought over the significance of the president's July phone call with Ukraine's leader impeach a president who's 63000000 people voted for over 8 lines in a call transcript is baloney that sorely ignores the vast amount of evidence that we collected of a months long scheme by that directed by the president the hearing set off a key week with a full house vote on impeachment articles expected by Christmas Sager met Connie Washington
Lawmakers, lawyers spar at impeachment hearing
"As Democrats prepare formal impeachment charges against president trump another house hearing has grown testy lawmakers sparring with each other is normal in this case top house lawyers when added as the Judiciary Committee met to review the intelligence panel's findings against the president G. O. P. council Steve caster and democratic investigator Daniel Goldin fought over the significance of the president's July phone call with Ukraine's leader impeach a president who's sixty three million people voted for over eight lines in a call transcript is baloney that sorely ignores the vast amount of evidence that we collected of a months long scheme by that directed by the president the hearing set off a key week with a full house vote on impeachment articles expected by Christmas Sager met Connie Washington
Democrats Accuse Trump Of Abuse Of Power
"The top democratic staff attorney on the intelligence committee for the house accusing president trump of launching an unprecedented campaign to obstruct Congress in the Ukraine scanned Donald J. trump abuse the power of his office the American presidency for is the political and personal benefit us flying in the latest house impeachment hearing Daniel Goldin said the president clearly abuses powers by pressuring Ukraine to announce an investigation of the
"daniel goldin" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Expected to end with a full house vote on impeachment for Christmas Daniel Goldin attorney for the Democrats in the house intelligence committee said president trump used military aid at a potential oval office meeting to pressure Ukraine's president to interfere in the twenty twenty election when the president's efforts were discovered he released the military aid the what would ultimately take congressional action for the money to be made fully available to Ukraine the oval office meeting still has not happened as you might imagine the top house Republican lawyer claims of president trump's conduct does not meet constitutional impeachment standards of high crimes and misdemeanors the record in the Democrats impeachment inquiry does not show that president trump abuse the power of his office or obstructed Congress during this morning's hearing Stephen caster accused Democrats of being obsessed with impeaching the president called impeachment a rushed on fair process castor and the Democrats are of orchestrating an effort to offend to open rather the nation's political system we're streaming at the hearing all day today you can listen to live in the news ninety six point five W. D. B. O. apple you have to do is tap the on demand button six point five Orlando turns first for breaking news weather and traffic I'm Joe ninety role just rusty McRaney it's a warm start to the week and then turning what we'll look at that coming up I'm Jacki O. prime we've got some Disney delays bit westbound downtown traffic it's four minutes on news ninety six point five W. D. B. I. M. Kevin Rafe use of course if you're driving downtown there's that big hi for change a colonial we will have a full recap of that let you know which drive it all that's about treated scales that's coming up in a few minutes twelve await your windows news at noon good afternoon I'm Carol movie this might not surprise anybody but the ifor ultimate improvement project is more than two hundred days behind schedule and over budget however the secretary of transportation says letting the current contract as Jill constructors goal would only make things worse at this point the public wants to get this done if I had to terminate somebody the time to get somebody else in is a lot longer because I was going to sit there wait till I get somebody else to finish it up the contractor will get paid until the work is done which will include new express lanes toll lanes rather that will set aside some funds to pay them back over the next forty years what county deputies continue their search for the suspected shooter involved in a deadly shooting in Orlando okay always a night club rather over the weekend it happened just before midnight on Saturday a club Phoenix workings and yet it was being held twenty five year old Miguel Gonzalez reportedly escorted the suspect outside following an argument which led to him being shot Gonzalez died during surgery at the hospital in the suspect managed to get away on foot Daniel Vargas is ninety six point five W. D. B. L. fallen tears in Sanford are again it trying to find a missing it maybe veterans we're told seventy three year old Robert Ford walked out of his home near lake merry over the week over a week ago and never came back with his photo and a link to the Facebook page we can sign up to help look for him and that is ninety six point five W. D. B. O. out the FBI continuing its investigation into the deadly mass shooting shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola on Friday special agent in charge ritual role hostile reporter Sunday they're considering the shooting an act of terrorism our main goal right now is to confirm whether he acted alone or was he a part of a larger network as we continue to investigate there are several students that are cooperating and providing information the Saudi government has promised its full cooperation besides the F. B. I. homeland security the a TF NCIS Ella for the part of law enforcement are all investigating that shooting the situation remains volatile in New Zealand after a volcanic eruption on one of its islands killed five people first on a royal Caribbean cruise ship ovation of the seas visiting the uninhabited island when the volcano exploded A. B. C.'s morning correspondent James long with reports from the scene of the disaster.
Holmes says he heard Trump ask Sondland about "investigation"
"Ukraine embassy aide David Holmes is questioned by majority counsel Daniel Goldin about president trump's phone call with the E. U. ambassador Gordon some lucky and some in substance told you that the president doesn't care about Ukraine he only cares about big stuff related to himself and particularly the bite an investigation that Giuliani was pushing correct the president has tweeted a number of times today during the proceedings saying the hearing is going great that he's though never been able to understand another person's conversation that's not on
"daniel goldin" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Julie obvious I have to say I feel less safe as a journalist in America these days than I ever did in Russia a lot less safe it's a stupid thing to write it's a stupid thing to say I mean you know you can feel less safe walking out your front door than somebody who's on the front lines of a war zone doesn't mean that that's rational means that you've got a problem journalism in America is not a dangerous job acts all period full stop there are dozens of jobs dozens of jobs that are considerably more dangerous than your journal is not a dangerous job draws all expert on all our shows in Russia can be dangerous job journalistic hill they disappear so it's just a dumb thing to say Daniel Goldin the lawyer who's presenting the Democrats case in this whole impeachment farce responded to Julie off used weed from one of the best journalists on Russia who spent a lot of time there important essentially echoing that yeah journal should feel less safe in America than they do in Russia a moron X. statement that is not backed up by any stretch it I know the statistics in fact the committee to protect journalists reach out to me is great can we really didn't we really didn't approve of you using our statistics of peace you're about journalism is a dangerous I'm like well I don't care did you don't like that I pointed out the journalists in America are a shockingly safe and it's our suddenly safe profession a little more more people are dying doing you know air conditioning repair on a regular basis and journalists I mean a lot more right is crazy but journalists like to have this all our orders are there a it journals and gently in secure and highly emotional bunch of course lives do so you're not all that together but this Daniel Goldin got another you know this guy's it's we've completely blurred the lines now they these people that we keep getting told our non partisan or experts whatever they are crazy partisans were always right when he said it's never a surprise and the media just keeps marching along with allies it's it's quite a thing my friends.
"daniel goldin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"I thought there is some story. Somebody's going to launch himself into space. Now, that's. That's my kind of entrepreneur. Don't forget the ground is bulging in Oregon. That's a story. I'm going to continue to follow. It's very serious story. A significant bulge in the earth's crust has developed over the past four years near volcanoes in central Oregon. Not clear just yet. But it could mean a volcanic eruption at any time soon said geology jail on Tuesday any time soon. Interesting. The bulge is nine twelve miles across in about four inches high. But nobody in Oregon founded the only place they could see the bulge was from a satellite. Isn't that strange? Or maybe it isn't. I mean, you don't notice that kind of just a, you know, a few inches of difference. But you see this is very serious very serious because when the earth is bold djing upward. It means. It's being pushed upwards, and they believe it's probably magma. Now magma is molten rock melted rock, and if the bulge, of course, pops. That's well, that's not good. Just not good. It's actually so big that it's too big to be seen from the ground. So fortunately, our satellites have seen it and were onto the bulge. They say it is indeed quite quite a prominent uplift their their words. But they think there is not nothing right now that shows them there is an imminent danger of eruption nevertheless, lived near the bulge. I would be a very wary. Indeed. Because. I've heard that line so many times from scientists. Well, there's no particular reason to believe that. Sometimes it's in Senate hearings. You know, and some Senator will say well now, why did you say there was no particular reason to think there would be an explosion? When in fact, there was. Well, Senator these undefeated at the time indicated that didn't we didn't see signs would you know, how that goes, right? Humans could venture to Mars in twenty years or less. Again, says NASA chief Daniel Goldin. We've been locked in earth orbit for too long says Mr. golden. We're going to break out. That's burn into our brains said he that this civilization is not condemned live on only one planet. Let's burn it in our brains that in our lifetimes, we will extend the reach of this human species on other planets and other bodies in our solar system, build the robots that will leave our solar system to go to other stars than ultimately to be followed by people. He detailed Nasr's plans to launch precision Lander spacecraft toward Mars in two thousand seven with Martian samples to be collected and return earth by two thousand nine to two thousand eleven. And then I read something earlier today about some scientists. Who have parents have found in interstellar material that has landed on earth. Some little buggies. Bugs of some sort that are now dormant dead. However, they think that they.
"daniel goldin" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Rockstars now. Let's check in with Pat O'Brien. This is Business Rockstars. We've got one here today again, James Arthur Ray from harmonic wealth global. James? Thank you. Good to see you the man behind the secret, which is one of the most empowering books and movies. I've ever seen by getting the inside out. Why would I was one of the guys behind? Okay. But yeah, I think all. But yeah, you know, I I think everybody has from the inside out whether it's run on a business running alive. You know, who you are your results reflection of you. What is it about? Some entrepreneurs feel like they have to be the boss. They have to be that mean. But you know, what? I mean, you do what I say. I'm sure there's still people like that around the why? But it'd be Honey change those people who go in every day Bill, you respect me my doors close you can't come in. Well, first of all, I my personal belief. Pat is that if you're the smartest guy in the room, you're in the wrong room. I wanna be a room where I'm the least intelligent in the room because that's that's going to be some synergy. And maybe I'll get through Moses. I think a lot of that is is ignorance, and we're all ignorant, you know, we think that's a pejorative term. But in the literal sense, it's ignore run of something. So I'm on the middle fact, and I think that's conditioning that because I have a position I have to be the smartest guy or gal in the room. And you know, when you look at the businesses that are really thriving like a Zappa, for instance, or or many others. They are really an amalgam of a lot of great minds and a lot of great input. There's a lot to being a people person too. Right. I mean getting involved in powered along with your employers. Daniel Goldin who is the guy and emotional intelligence, his research proves that emotional. Predicts visit success, far beyond intellectual intelligence. And so that's an ability that we have to develop or if we don't have it inherently. Then we probably need to be smart enough to bring someone onto our team. Who has a let them handle the people issues James Arthur, raise our guest from harmonic wealth global, and you know, I think it takes a big, man. I mean this spat with somebody at work, and you're the boss..
Parents in college admissions scandal appear in court
"Actresses, Felicity Huffman, and Laurie Lachmann are due to appear in court on Wednesday for allegedly buying their children's way into college there among the parents facing charges as part of what prosecutors. Are calling the biggest college admissions scandal ever prosecuted? CBS news correspondent Carter Evans says the scheme could not have worked without help on the inside universities have long sought students. Who excel at sports like water polo? When soccer, admissions officers have just become accustomed to admitting whoever a coach wives. And that's the problem says Daniel Goldin, author of the price of admission Rick singer, the admitted mastermind of the scandal found a side door coaches willing to accept bribes those coaches have small salaries and here they were being bribed hundreds of thousands of dollars. So what could make a real difference to them until they get caught? Thirty-three parents in all are facing
Parents in college admissions scandal to appear in court
"Actresses, Felicity Huffman, and Laurie Laughlin are due to appear in court on Wednesday for allegedly buying their children's way into college. The two are among thirty three parents facing charges as part of what prosecutors are calling the biggest college admission scam ever prosecutor prosecuted that is CBS news. Correspondent carter. Evans says skiing could not have worked without help on the inside universities have long sought students. Who excel at sports like water polo? When soccer, admissions officers have just become accustomed to admitting whoever coach, wives and dance. The problem says Daniel Goldin, author of the price of admission Rick singer, the admitted mastermind of the scandal found a side door coaches willing to accept bribes those coaches have small salaries and here they were being. Bribed hundreds of thousands of dollars. So what could make a real difference to them until they get caught?
Parents in college admissions scandal appear in court
"Actresses, Felicity Huffman, and Laurie Laughlin due doodle appear in court Wednesday for literally buying their children's waiting to college. The two among thirty-three parents facing charges as portable. Prosecutors are calling the biggest college admission scam ever prosecuted CBS news, correspondent Carter Evans says the scheme could not have worked without help on the inside universities have long sought students. Who excel at sports like water polo? When soccer admissions officers have just become accustomed to admitting whoever a coach wants. And that's the problem says Daniel Goldin, author of the price of admission Rick singer, the admitted mastermind if this scandal found a side door coaches willing to accept bribes those coaches have small salaries and here they were being bribed hundreds of thousands of dollars. So what could make a real difference to them until they
"daniel goldin" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It's an organization focused on racial Justice, gentlemen. Welcome to both of you. Russia robinson. Let me start with you. What do you think the scanner? As we said involving parents, and coaches and one particular consulting firm says about inequality in American higher education. I think it highlights a lot of things that so many folks already knew, but also brings to bear sort of a whole series of questions about how large in how vast this is if if someone like Mr. singer could be able to get such access to coaches to admissions counselors to parents one has to imagine. This can't be the only person that sort of engaged in this type of behavior. And so I do think it's incredibly important as we look at what's happening here that we just don't think about the exposure as this one single incident, but think about all of the ways at the rules and the structures within the system have allowed this to happen the schools who have in many ways tried to kind of lay the blame. Elsewhere have created systems and structures that make it easy for these things to happen have. Sort of the option for access to polo, and and other sports that don't exist in urban communities. Don't exist sort of in wide ranges, and so already sort of creating tracks for rich students are wealthy Crean all of these avenues also for donations. And I want to ask you about that systems and structures Daniel Goldin, you wrote in your book about the unfairness of many of the ways students of privilege, we're getting into elite colleges others being left out. What parallels? Do you see what differences? Do you see between what you wrote about in two thousand six and what's happening right now. Well, this is essentially what I wrote about my book, but taken to a much more extreme level. I primarily wrote about donations to universities. There were used to the admission of the the children are the rich and famous this is straight out bribery. So I focused on. On institutional preferences, like legacy preference for children of alumni who skew white and wealthier or the athletic preferences, for upper-crust sports that were just mentioned this exposes vulnerabilities. But it also goes way way beyond that the most disturbing way, and the one thing that showcases that is particularly interesting is the sort of rise in in these private counselors who are paid by the wealthy to get their kids into college, and they're beholden to nobody. Whereas guidance counselors in high school, they need to find the fit for all the students. What's the best college for this? Or that student these counselors is simply at the behest of the wealthy going as far as they can to get kids in the college. Russia Robinson weather. It is donations by parents with with large financial means or whether it's the rise of as Daniel Goldin says private counselors. Is there a growing gap in this country between what some students and their families are capable of doing to get into school, and what others are capable of doing. Well, it absolutely follows the growing inequality. We see in this country in the way that policies from from huge tax cuts to this sort of lack of access to quality education in high school and elementary school. The fact that the kind of funding of our schools travels along racial lines in so many ways and since nineteen eighty in this country, schools have become more and more segregated. And so the opportunities that folks have once they leave those schools to get into or be seen by elite schools or colleges as a whole all of that sort of plays plays into this. But once students get to these schools sort of the ways that black students are sort of looked at and questioned about. Whether or not they belong there all the while. So many of these big institutions except more legacy students than they do accept black students provide access to folks who have already whose parents have already gotten through the door, and they're only getting through that door after their parents, not from what they've achieved on their own, and that raises Daniel Goldin something you wrote about this week. And that is while the number of the actual number of legacies. I guess the percentage of legacies may be shrinking you still have a problem with an advantage that students coming from families of means have over other students is there a racial component to that. There is a racial component the legacy preference prime for alumni children disproportionately benefits whites and the proportion of legacy students at elite universities can be anywhere from ten to twenty percent of the student body higher and combined with these other preferences like those. For the sort of aristocratic, white sports for development admits who were kids of non alumni who are rich and prepared to donate and other preferences can can be a lot bigger percentage than that. And people tend to criticize traditional affirmative action that kind of vacuum as if the rest of the system were merit based. And affirmative action was the only preference that interferes with that. But actually, you know, it's dwarfed by the combined prevalence of these other preferences that favor the rich and the the white only about a minute left. But I want to ask each one of you very quickly. What more needs to be done by these schools because a number of these elite schools would say they are trying to balance the the students they accept that. They're trying to get more students accepted an into their college population who come from backgrounds that are not privileged. What what needs to be done Rashad? Robinson and tell these schools put even. Of effort into equity and into fairness as they do in to capturing that million or two million dollar donation from the parent with the kid with the two point. Oh, GPA should be in their school. We're gonna continue to have these problems over and over again, but be really clear that as this country changes s diversity changes organizations like mine, and others will be raising our voices and holding. There's those institutions accountable and Daniel Goldin, how do you see what needs to be done? Well, I'd love to see a fundamental revamping of college admissions preferences. I would eliminate legacy preference. I would eliminate preference for for athletes in sports that most kids don't get a chance to participate in in response, this particular scandal, I'd advocate regulation and licensing of private college counselors, and obviously greater attention paid to recruited athletes in terms of whether their profiles are legitimate or not this this. Case seems to show that their admission is more or less rubber-stamped while there when the recommended by the coach and that should change too. Well, it is a big subject in one that we are going to continue to look at us the conversation continues. Thank you, both very much Daniel Goldin Rashad Robinson. Thank you. Thanks for having me. Most people think you need money to start a company, but the pop up business school is taking a different approach our economics. Correspondent Paul Solomon has the story is part of our weekly series making sense. People. Don't want to interrupt. So they do this with hover. Like waiting for a gap. And then they kind of wait for the gap. Yes. At a Houston mall zany British entrepreneurship coach, Allen's Zahn again demonstrating. How to network there is going to be a moment of awkwardness when you meet someone new if you want it to be overdone quickly, go up to them and say, hi, I'm Allan this day. Seven Papa business school. Teaches.
Kushner's Harvard acceptance under scrutiny amid college admissions scam
"Jared Kushner's Harvard. Acceptance is being. Reexamined after the college cheating admission scandal involving celebrities including Felicity Huffman, and Lori Loughlin has come to light Jared Kushner who serves as a top aide to President Trump and his acceptance to the Ivy league school was investigated as part of the two thousand six book the price of admission written by propublica editor Daniel Goldin golden road. A two thousand sixteen story about illegal two and a half million dollar donation. The Jared's father, Charles Kushner pledged to Harvard in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight it wasn't long after according to golden that Jared was accepted the prestigious school golden wrote that officials at Kushner's high school in New Jersey never thought he would get accepted on the merits adding his GPA did not warrant it and his SAT scores did not
"daniel goldin" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"And now there's the mystery of the vault. There are two new mysteries in the investigations of President Trump and his associates today. The first is what is in the vault. A sealed filing was made today in the case brought against Michael Cohen by federal prosecutors in New York City, we don't know who made it or what it was about. The only thing we know comes from the court docket, which says the filing was locked in a vault at district court in Manhattan. The second mystery is who is fighting a subpoena apparently from Robert Muller infantile court reporters have been trying to figure out the answer to that for months, but the case has been kept so secret that went arguments were heard last week officials at the courthouse in Washington took the extrordinary measure of shutting down to the public the entire floor where the hearing was taking place but last night, we got a partial answer a three judge panel of the appeals court issued a ruling in favor of the. Prosecutors in favor of Robert Mueller that revealed that the mystery subpoena target is not a person it is a corporation, which they did not name owned by a foreign country, which they also did not name. The ruling said the subpoena involved, quote, an act outside the territory of the United States and that the act caused a direct effect in the United States. Joining us now, Daniel Goldin, former assistant US attorney for the southern of New York an MSNBC legal analyst also joining us, John Schuermann, professor of law and Fordham, university dental. I e you the vault. How many times as a federal prosecutor? Did you put things in the vault? What did you put in the vault? What does the vault for what's in there? Come on. What is it going to be? I wish I had a really sexy answer for you. But it is far more common than than you might think any seal document filed with the court should go in a vault. So it's not as if there are sealed documents that the court holds onto and then sealed documents that go in a vault, not every single time document is filed under seal that it actually does go into a vault. But in Michael Cohen case, they're certainly going to do everything by the book. There are two things that jump out at me that this might be. I think the most likely thing is that it is the pre sentence investigation report, which is something that remains under seal. It's prepared by the probation office that outlines all of his conduct all of his personal history. The guideline range is criminal history. Etc. That remains under seal, and it could just be that it is being officially filed in the docket. As it is required to be that's the most likely scenario the other option, I can think of is there is an outstanding pending motion by news organizations to unseal the search for materials that led to the searches on April ninth of this year of Michael Cohen's office and home that is pending. And obviously those search for materials are sealed it's possible. It somehow relates to that. I doubt it would be the judge's order because he has to notify the parties as to what he's deciding. But it could be something in in connection to that which were continues to remain sealed. All right. What about the elephant in the room by which I mean the elephant indictment of all time an indictment of individual one of the co conspirator identify. Guide. And the Michael Cohen case before you answer that let's listen to Kenneth Starr, the special prosecutor in the Bill Clinton case who helped establish what he believes is the legal principle that the president the United States can be indicted. Let's listen to what he said to Ari Melber tonight. So you think that if there is the right evidence? Bob Mueller or another prosecutor could indict a sitting President Donald Trump. Yes. President Clinton said and the civil setting not criminal. I should be immune from a civil lawsuit during the course of my tenure as president and the supreme court unanimously said, No, MR president, the public interest and the enforcement of the criminal laws. I believe is even higher. Okay. So could the elephant in the vault be the indictment of individual one? I think is highly highly unlikely what Ken Starr said after he made that comment is that his belief is contrary to DOJ policy right now..
"daniel goldin" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"I'm sure they're annoyed about it, and it does have the possibility of impacting the jury mostly when the judge interjects during the questioning and helps the defense in their cross examination. If the is restricting evidence, that's one thing. But when he's involved in the questioning and raising questions about the credibility of witnesses that is inappropriate and that would really annoy the prosecution. But generally speaking as a prosecutor, you just put your head down and you gotta try the case and do the best you can from the prosecution standpoint, this case does not rise and fall with Rick gates, and they will be really emphasizing the fact that Rick gates was corroborated by a number of other witnesses and a lot of documentary evidence. So they just put their head forward and try to do their job. All right, Daniel Goldin. Thank you so much for being with us. We appreciate it and Walter Isaacson. Certainly looks like a case that's a slam dunk given all of the charges against Manafort all of the evidence against Manafort all the documents against Manafort. But at the same time, we've both saying it, you never know what's going to happen in trial until the jury comes back in. And that think if the jury comes back in and doesn't convict Manford, this'll actually putting seismic, you know, we're all talking about the way Milas investigations going to get from here to there and here too there and has got so much. I think we have to brace for the fact that if this is an acquittal it could really allow Trump and his minions to undermine Muller pretty badly. No doubt about it. This is this is an incredibly important trial for the Muller team. We'll see what happens. Walter Isaacson. Thank you for being with us as always. We appreciate it. Thanks for listening to the morning. Joe podcast for more great MSNBC podcasts subscribe now on tune-in..
"daniel goldin" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"So Daniel, Daniel Goldin, what is the risk to the academy to campuses at what's what's the problem here? I mean, obviously we like to think about higher education as being sort of an open book to use a pun. Clearly stuff is happening that a lot of people aren't understanding. What's the risk? Well, the risk to campuses if you look at, for example, the the invisibility case and China's. Attacks on academic research. The risk is that they, they steal the research and then they, they published, I, they patent, they get the the credit and the the funding and the the flow of new scientific ideas and and researchers that accrues to whoever is considered the the innovator. So universities essentially lose a certain amount of standing in a certain amount of their brand when when research is stolen and in terms of recruiting of students. One thing that if you take Chinese students, some of them in class may be afraid to discuss topics of, you know, sensitive topics because they might be worried that their classmates in class who were Chinese have been instructed by the embassy of the government to keep an eye on them. So potentially it can inhibit the the free flow of ideas and discussion in the classroom. What's go to Kathleen. She's calling from harrisonburg Virginia, Kathleen, go ahead. You're on the air. Thanks for the call. Hi, Anthony. Thank you for taking my call. I'm a professor in an CLYDE national security program and while completely concede that there are, you know, some issues, athlete, university level. It's not completely porous. There are actually in many are one in two universities, many protocols and rules in place that prevent foreign nationals, either students who are professors from working on certain things or having access to certain facility. Now outside of anything that's national security funded that can become more problematic..
"daniel goldin" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"Supreme court has said that yes the president can be bothered by and it's done it twice once in the nixon case where it said he could have to return documents in response to a subpoena and then again in the clinton situation where he had to come in to a civil lawsuit so if he can be bothered by a civil lawsuit and responding in a criminal case with subpoenas for documents then why not have him be subject to criminal investigation and i believe he could also be indicted that was an issue we faced in watergate leandra ski who was the special prosecutor at the time thought that the correct way to proceed politically was to do an impeachment and to turn over a report to congress but i have to say that in the context then congress was already investigating impeachment congress was by partisan operation then and we didn't feel like we were giving our information for a roadmap to impeachment to a group that would do nothing with it right now or use it to investigation which is what's happened in some cases exactly let me ask you about flynn just curious about the sort of the blocking and tackling this i mean when you've got someone that's cooperating and they've pleaded what's what is that window like where you're waiting the sentence them like what's going on behind the scenes typically in that conversation well it's interesting i think the easiest way to understand it is to analogize george popadopoulos and michael flynn both pled guilty to cooperation agreements now the government is going forward with george popadopoulos sentencing right and they're delaying michael flynn sentencing the most logical and usual explanation for that is that george popadopoulos is usefulness as a cooperating witness has expired or has exhausted but michael flynn's has not and when i was a prosecutor i had a cooperator who i was relying on to charge someone that meant that i was relying on him to also potentially testify at a trial against that person and i would put off the sentencing until after that trial so one hand that's why they're doing this but on the other hand the notion that flayed is pushing for an expedited sensing and the government is agreeing to do an expedited sentencing whenever they're ready is a much more abbreviated timeframe that you expect i i would think would be a year from now interesting you'll on banks and daniel goldin thank you both at the break want to guess how many white nationalist running republicans this fall because there is more than one that is next.
"daniel goldin" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"Videos just her smoking i think eighty carrot like it's a blind and employing about what a cool kitchen she hasn't house money who's got and i did a deeper dive and so a lot of videos where she called me broke but then at least he recently got a physical site miss cashing aside girl and someone else who is also not in my radar will vicky and i just want to know okay and what's going on on by so this goes back a while so i guess we start with who is daniel goldin who spat aby so bad baby is the rap name the new name of jennifer goalie aka cashmere side girl you might remember from that fateful dr phillip soda in which she said cash male side how about that okay day outside what i did right she was fighting with her mom it was like a lot of drama it was very dark it became a native an action that lasted way longer than it should have considering how how moves don't really laughs now very long right so she maybe baby has a music contract and she's like gonna release an album soon and people had her purse she had her show and she did okay i had a friend who was there and she said she was great the interesting thing about bed baby is that her music isn't terrible right and i don't get a lot of shit for doing this but you can compare her a little bit too cardi b here's why please don't yell at me hardy also came from like a non rapper background she was like personality right she like did stuff on instagram she was on the tv show whatever she's mostly personality someone came in and said hey you should like do something maybe should have a music career they basically taught her how to rap and they wrote songs like basically four her but she is admitted bad baby kind of the same thing right a little different lot younger blah blah blah but bad baby did get wrapped trading baby did get songs written for her blah blah blah so like it's a little bit similar don't you think.
"daniel goldin" Discussed on Hurry Up & Wait. LA
"Nothing questions no we're we're on her right now so you started off as as a yoga and but now i don't know i'm just gonna take my pricing have you not seen a story twin where did you how how are you so well rounded without have ever seen star wars i did just see that the most recent one or something like i dunno unless jet okay it's 'cause my family wanted to see it and i did the sorry i'm gonna out for like the western eastern buddhist and christians like the different philosophies that are in his so basic this is a great story bishopi tackler you should be popular she says your loss of your good politician job but i don't you backwards southern fired from the girl what is your key cred do you read comic books credits more in like daniel goldin emotional intelligence like i can't wilbur briefest everything i'm more like neuro science neil degrasse tyson geek can be watching cosmo's if i actually you can't catch me watching so they don't have to tv have netflix and it's the best decision so i i can't tell you how much i've changed for the better the right after this roy i don't know you just blackballed yourself just fine i'll figure it out right i think a sad police may come over and just like whisk you away sector like i'm the opposite of everything should be as as a performer and yet and yet everyone has you know you make you make you play your strengths and you make it work how it is offense to you was revert of you shows your career path in you your in career so watching netflix stunt mr.
"daniel goldin" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Work at the cia shot up after the al qaeda attacks in two thousand and one the agency became more visible and more widely welcomed at universities for journalist and author daniel goldin this was a sea change from his student days in the nineteen seventies back then it was commonplace for students to protest the arrival of cia recruiter on campus golden wrote the book spice schools which looks at the cia as multipronged role at universities it hires people from universities if funds research and other programs at universities and so awful lot of things are taking place now that never would have been considered suitable when i was young the cia is clearly presenting itself as a modern diverse place to work however an internal study in twenty fifteen showed the agency was falling well short of its own targets for hiring and promoting women and minorities still gina hospital a thirty three year cia veteran just became the first woman nominated to hold the top job in here again is mary the undercover officer i was one of very few people that wasn't the white male walking around the halls here prenine eleven but now i mean panel speaks for itself think there are a lot of women it's it's very diverse and that's definitely not your father's cia greg mary npr news langley virginia protests are growing over the death of stefan clark an unarmed black man who was killed by two police officers in sacramento last night basketball players from.
"daniel goldin" Discussed on KQED Radio
"They come to power and how they operate so yes stalling was an absolutely brutal dictators specially in in world w all too i mean these poor punishment battalions were often used to clear minefields and they just have to run across the minefield for example but at the same time he was a doting father who had dogs fat lana who was a pretty freckled redhead got look very like stalin's martha and he adored her until she stood up to him at a moment in world war two that i recount in the novel so this is a story in a way of two lava faz in them at the very height of society soviet society you have the dictator's daughter and down among in the depths of the punishment battalions you have benue golden who meets this italian none and of course the italians were a huge presence in rock in the russian war again try also didn't know apparently tens of thousands of italians lost their lives something like a hundred thousand to the more you at one hundred and fifty thousand did not come back and goes none none of them wanted to be that they had no business being there must leaney sent them and the resolve things they was so italian even in the middle of this brutal russian war they were constantly talking about pastor all that code words were throws all winds old girls they in love with they remains unashamedly in charming the italian let me put to you mr montefiore a question that somebody poses to benue golden when he determined shift to fight for the red army stalin's army against the nazis he's asked why do you want to fight for the bastard yes that's one of the sort of questions that many people in the soviet union austin cells and the answer walls that hitler was worse i mean festival he was he was he was a fact chest he was killing the jews and they were gradually learning about the holocaust and also he'd invaded the russian motherland so as a russian and a jew daniel goldin was desperate to fight hitler and this is his story i mean it's will serve out you know human nature ma'am courage and the redemptive the redemptive nature of love itself simon seabed montefiore novel rich guy thanks.
"daniel goldin" Discussed on Embedded
"In 2014 we all heard this the united states of america is changing its relationship with the people of cuba but cubans heard something else will get a little while titles when you're going to rome at the closing door an end to their special status and the race was on how a ninety mile journey by sea became a three thousand mile trip by lindh fund rather lengthy on the npr one up or wherever you get your podcasts i'm kelly mcevers and this is embedded hello hello can you hear me hi how are you ham good this guy this is daniel goldin though the slim trip down memory lane here i remember lava i remember them remember to kaspersen us let's see that they gave money and back in two thousand three he started doing all this reporting on how the children of wealthy people were getting into these really good colleges and universities like harvard because their parents were making big donations and at one point he gets this list i had been given by a source of mine a list of the four hundred or so members of harvard's committee on university resources which is its committee of sort of big donors big prospective donors and so uh that's where i came across the kushner's charles and sarel kushner made very wealthy family that runs a big real estate company in new jersey and new york their son jared kushner started at harvard in 1999 jared kushner is now of course the soninlaw of the president of the united states and one of his closest advisors back when daniel goldin was doing this research though jared kushner was just the son of wealthy parents neither of whom had gone to harvard themselves.
"daniel goldin" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"Uh an intelligence officers in role in the program undercover using the same uh covered they have a broad as the state department diplomat you know embassy officer and because they're in there they can cultivate friendships than relationships with these foreigners warrant to wear the from the cia and uh uh you know use these kind of unsuspecting people later on as the uh informant no kidding uh did the us government used to send students to the boren program shows what the born programmers oh yeah the the born programming it is still still goes on it it's a program that involves uh you you you go overseas to a country where uh uh a language thatthatthat not commonly studied but it is important to uh national security and the government pays for you to study that over peace per year and in return um you get to uh you're supposed to take a job in it in national security for example in in tel in in the tally with the intelligence agencies and uh this uh you know is a fascinating program and uh cut it was controversial in academia for wild because uh accu democrats were like this affect our integrity and our credibility if if the country knows we're going to be working in a national security chop and lately uh you know russia was the last couple of years very suspicious the foreign scholars in russia you know with choosing them of working for us intelligence and um russia pulled out of the program nobody covered that i go into that a little bit my book um yeah what was russian intelligence harassing these students trying to recruit them uh it was i i think with was was left to recruit them in that case than to uh try and uncover if they hit were already working for the intelligence agencies rather than the agreement that they do so later on all and they did you know harassed them and uh ultimate leave they um uh you know they like fa terminated their involving the programs to now if we want one offence somebody to learn russian we found that the one of the the other countries near their you know one of the stance rug of and russia itself gotcha coming up to the break here we're speaking with daniel goldin his new book spy schools how the cia fbi and foreign intelligence secretly exploit america's universities melville on amazon and in.
"daniel goldin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Leonard lopate show and wnyc and wnyc dot org and jonathan kaye part into day for leonard lopate and then speaking with daniel goldin about his new book spice schools have the cia fbi foreign intelligence secretly exploit america's universities before we went to a break daniel we were talking about how um sometimes per professors ken funnels students to particular agencies and i mentioned the name gerald post who has gerald posts while chaired post is a very interesting guy he had a long an impressive career at the cia uh kind of heading there activity providing psychological profiles of foreign leaders he said of a psychiatrist and it's funny he told me he got into intelligence so one reason was because he kept making a freudian slip when he typed his profession and instead of saying spot a psychiatrist he will type spike hi tryst would flip the letter so the and then eventually you know he left the cia and he became a professor at george washington university and and they're he became a major refer of students to the to the cia and other intelligence agencies and in i i forget the exact total it's in my book but there's more than twenty at people he taught who he then helped get into the intelligence agency so once aspire always a spy well you know vladimir putin is is famous for saying something like that once kgb always kgb and.