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"david novak" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:03 min | 11 months ago

"david novak" Discussed on KOMO

"For most of this year but there are no signs of slowing global economy and rising tariffs are starting to take a toll the commerce department said today household spending edged up just one ten percent in August from July spending had risen an average five tenths percent a month the prior seven months stocks fell for a second straight session the Dow industrials dropped seventy points while the nasdaq composite fell ninety one of the S. and P. slipped fifteen one of the day's big decliners micron technology down eleven percent after it late yesterday reported another big year over year decline of both quarterly earnings and revenue and also trimmed its forecast that's your money now. a grim warning from the leader of Pakistan at the United Nations these are your world headlines from ABC news prime minister Imran Khan said India's actions in the disputed Kashmir region could lead to a blood bath India's government took away limited autonomy from the part of Kashmir controls in August and Friday con war that any military conflict between the two nuclear nations could grow quickly when a nuclear armed country flights to the end it could have consequences far beyond the borders. consequences for the world also the one Friday the prime minister of the Bahamas encourage Taurus to visit his island nation to help rebuild from the devastation wrought earlier this month by hurricane Dorian he also called on the UN General Assembly to help fight climate change and there were more climate protest in cities around the world Friday especially Italy demonstrators little large globe on fire in the lan a hundred thousand rallied in Rome I'm Brian Clark at the ABC news foreign desk nearly nine months after fatal police shooting in Spokane evidence from police body cameras has been released colors Carlene Johnson reports the victim's family says the killing was out right murder police have been called to the home of thirty five year old David Novak by a neighbor who said no back we shooting out them and shouting racial insults they're black he was white it turned out that was the firing a gun he had a bad and with the neighbor and officers arriving took for gunfire was actually him smashing his own truck..

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"david novak" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:42 min | 11 months ago

"david novak" Discussed on KOMO

"Means that when it maintains its structural capabilities the way it's designed so if you use it outside the design envelope or it also showed the design are low because you shocked about use a structural capabilities like correctly then we've got a horse of a different color we're told this is an issue being. taken seriously by the FAA and billing the pickle fork is essential to the safety of the plane and an in flight failure could be catastrophic in some circumstances a government source tells como that until the scope of the problem can be understood it's difficult to tell what corrective actions will need to be taken could be anything from visual inspections of all seven three seven agencies or in the worst case scenario grounding of the planes are deeper inspections that's not likely to happen investigators are deeply concerned about the cracks developing so early in the plains lifespan Boeing conversa com O. there is a cracking issue a spokesman tells of safety and quality or their top priorities it's notify the F. eighty and it's been in contact with Angie operators about this cracking issued found in a small number of airplanes undergoing modifications and he goes on to say no in service issues have been reported in over the coming days will work closely with our customers to implement what he says is a recommended inspection plan for certain airplanes in the fleet it will not affect any seven thirty seven MAX airplanes or the P. eight Poseidon FAA also confirms the inspections telling calm all the FAA also confirms inspections telling como the FAA will require operators of certain seven three seven NG jetliners to conduct inspections for structural cracks it goes on to say the FAA will instruct operators to conduct specific inspections and make any necessary repairs and report their findings to the agency immediately. eyelet Nance agrees inspections are needed or make sure exactly what you're dealing with and make sure that the structural integrity remains the same no one has been hurt in again no in flight incidents have been reported Charlie harder colonials one person and two dogs were able to make a quick escape from a burning boat and dies in light near the Bremerton yacht club flames broke out around three o'clock this afternoon at one point two boats were seen pouring water on to that burning yacht to there's no word at this time as to what started the fire nearly nine months after a fatal police shooting in Spokane evidence from police body cameras has been released income was Carly Johnson reports the victim's family says the killing was out right murder police have been called to the home of thirty five year old David Novak by a neighbor who said no back we shooting out the men shouting racial insults they're black he was white it turned out no that was the firing a gun he had a bad and with the neighbor and officers arriving took for gunfire was actually him smashing his own truck..

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"david novak" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:30 min | 11 months ago

"david novak" Discussed on KOMO

"Push button get mortgage sixty four and cloudy in downtown Seattle at three OO six several criminal cases in the northwest could be retried due to a **** tattoo as we told you earlier this week bread for dell than an a TF agent out of Eugene has a **** tattoo on his upper arm he got it while working under cover infiltrating a white supremacist group but refuses to have it removed Dalvin is also being sued by a former co worker for racial harassment but that information may not have been revealed during several criminal trials he was involved and according to The Seattle Times that means the defendants might be able to ask for a new trial based on dolphins alleged bias. a man who pleaded guilty to raping two women after posing as a ride Cher driver has been sentenced to eleven years behind bars Israel Romo's is loss it made it to the attacks in king county in early twenty seventeen police have also identified at least two other potential victims immigration and customs enforcement's as Roma's is less was in the country illegally the prison sentence requires him to register as a sex offender for the rest of his life nearly nine months after a fatal police shooting in Spokane evidence from police body cameras has been released come on Carly Johnson reports the victim's family says the killing was outright murder police have been called to the home of thirty five year old David Novak by a neighbor who said no back we shooting out the men shouting racial insults they're black he was white it turned out no that was the firing a gun he had a bad and with the neighbor and officers arriving took for gunfire was actually him smashing his own truck..

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"david novak" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:18 min | 11 months ago

"david novak" Discussed on KOMO

"Kids aren't getting enough time to eat their lunch is gone most Brian Calvert reports the findings suggest this impacts the overall health of children when bill right with the state auditor's office sat in front of the joint legislative audit and review committee this week he said we are certain school lunch practices are a good place to start if we're going to talk about an act on improving student health specifically to items came out national groups and guidelines suggest kids have recess before they eat lunch the second item was reported by rights colleague will Clark recommend giving students at least twenty minutes to Sydney punch in compiling their report they examine thirty one different Washington schools and found nearly all of them don't allow kids the recommended twenty minutes to eat as a result kids are rushed in food gets wasted Jesse Kantor tells the Herald called the real intent here is to get the school board to take the auditor's report seriously after hearing that his daughter's school they sometimes only have ten minutes to eat Brian Calvert komo news of familiar and friendly hand gesture now being flagged as a symbol of hate como score one heck reports a civil rights groups says thumbs down on okay the anti defamation league regularly catalog symbols signs in imagery to noting hate and white supremacism its latest target okay. okay okay okay. okay not the word okay with the phone in four figure gesture people have been flashing for ages the ADL says in recent years all right websites have perhaps jokingly promoted the gesture as a secret hand signal meaning white power was started as a joke soon became widespread enough for the eighty L. to add the gesture to its database of symbols means and slogans that express hateful sentiments well the AP L. isn't saying everyone who flashes okay is promoting white power the thinking knowledge of these hidden meanings can serve as a community's first warning sign that heaters may be present Corwin Hey komo news Spokane police department held a press conference earlier today regarding a controversial officer involved shooting that happened almost nine months ago thirty five year old David Novak was shot and killed by a Spokane officer after a neighbor called to report that he was firing shots at them we have more on this from Kamose Carlene Johnson turns out what the officers heard was not a gunshot. as.

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"david novak" Discussed on The Oath with Chuck Rosenberg

The Oath with Chuck Rosenberg

11:18 min | 11 months ago

"david novak" Discussed on The Oath with Chuck Rosenberg

"People after the fact when the FBI went some of these flights schools and jet simulator centers and said have you ever heard of these people the instructors at at those places seem to remember all those hijackers. They stood out they are Arabic descent through English wasn't particularly good. They seem to be loners and sometimes would exhibit extremist views and their flight skills were rudimentary correct yeah and particularly on jet simulators if you're flying jet simulator like Misao had fifty five five hours in a single engine propeller-driven plane the other students at the Pan Am International Flight Academy on a seven forty seven simulator our military not veterans looking to move to civilian aircraft pilot world or already civilian pilots looking to upgrade or recertify their status as pilots of large multi engined jet aircraft. There was another theory to the case rob. Not only would standard investigative techniques had Misao. He told the truth leads you to the other the hijackers but also in his statement of facts. There's mention of a short bladed knife. Why is that important. Well theory was that if the the Federal Aviation Administration the FAA had realized that there was an accident plot to hijack aircraft using short bladed knives tailgate security could have been tightened to prevent people from getting on the planes with short bladed knives. I've been at that time. It was permissible at the time it was permissible. Glenn in fact the the hijackers the nineteen hijackers used use box cutters very sharp razor blades contained in some type of handle handle Musawi when he was arrested had too short bladed knives on him that he had bought in Oklahoma before going to Minnesota and Misao said that he knew that he would be able to get through a gate with a knife that had a blade shorter than his pinky he he told us that he testified to that actually in so that was our that was our theory that would have allowed gate security to be tightened down and and would have prevented the hijacking on nine eleven. Almost almost three thousand people died in people on the planes in the towers on the ground at the Pentagon in Shanksville Pennsylvania. It was at remains and I hope nothing ever approaches as the biggest mass casualty crime in United States history story. How did you approach the victims of the case including the survivors credit to this goes to David Novak the third primary trial team member. Who was a death penalty expert assistant? US Attorney in Richmond Virginia now Federal Magistrate Judge Now Federal Magistrate Judge in in Dave used to Cajole us all the time that we needed to treat this as a regular murder case except with nearly three thousand victims evening I mean by that to go and find the victim impact evidence to find out the effect of the murders on the families on the loved ones on the community and and so we set up a system where we offered to interview the families of every victim not only the families of those killed killed but any surviving victims who want to talk to US people who were injured but who didn't die right right and so we set up teams that were comprised of an agent or a police officer a victim witness specialists and a prosecutor and any family or surviving victim who wanted to come in and talk to us could come in and talk to us and we held these sessions in New York in Virginia in New Jersey and I think in Boston did you participate in that I did. I did not go to New York. I participated in the ones around the DC area. We actually among the prosecutors we divided up the flights and I was primarily responsible for American Airlines seventy seven seven which was hijacked from Dulles in the Eastern District of Virginia in my home district and flown into the Pentagon also in my home district so I participated pitted a number of these for victims who are either in the Pentagon and were killed or injured or on American Airlines seventy seven. What was that like rob. I imagine it had got to be extraordinarily difficult. It was incredibly emotional. It was both incredibly difficult and sad and there were moments of real joy when people would remember their loved ones and you know how wonderful these people were but overall it was an exceptionally wrenching experience. You'd have these sort of hard core. New York detectives weeping along with the family it was remarkable and I think we ended up talking to over thirteen hundred families. We also set up a file title for every single victim. We could identify all the at the time. There were two thousand nine hundred seventy two fatalities. There are more sense. Yes that's right mean. People have died from illness or injury after the fact for instance. The people who are first responders have died of cancer since then so that number KNBR has grown but at the time of the trial that was the number and also people were injured in a credit Karen spinks. WHO's the victim witness coordinator in Alexandria Virginia. I'm glad you mentioned Karen. Tell us about her. She was a longtime victim witness coordinator in the US Attorney's Office in Alexandria Virginia and she was fantastic. Antastic and exceptionally empathetic person could arrange anyone getting to trial was great with victims was great comforting witnesses and victims uh-huh and I think it was Karen's idea to set up a file for each victim and families would send US clippings letters remembrances of their loved ones one's photographs we put in media articles about particular people obituaries and after we were done with the whole trial Smithsonian ask us for that information and we passed it on. I remember walking around the first floor of the US Attorney's Office in Alexandria to five story building and the walls were lined with drawings and photographs their boxes everywhere letters from people about those they had lost. It was breathtaking it really was it was really sad. Eh but remarkable experience did you ever cry. During those interviews yes of course well I sat in court every day for the sentencing phase and cried right every day. There were moments in the sentencing phase particularly when the victim witness testimony was on where there was not a dry eye in the house. There was a a sketch artist for a major newspaper who said to me after the fact. I've just never seen anything like this. The testimony was so emotional and so wrenching and he said Ed I've always been opposed to the death penalty but if there was ever somebody who deserved it it was this guy one of the reasons he reached out to thirteen hundred victims was so that you could find some number number who could testify at the sentencing phase of the Misao trial who could tell the story of grief and loss so the jury would understand the victim impact of the case and we selected about fifty stories of victim impact tried to represent those killed old surviving family members New York Shanksville Pennsylvania the Pentagon American Airlines seventy seven every one of the four flights as well as more than three hundred New York City firefighters dozens of Nypd and Port Authority police. Officers civilians is on the ground. Almost an immeasurable loss those above the fire in the World Trade Towers those in the Pentagon that's right we tried to make it representative and we tried to make the fifty victim impact stories compelling at trial during the that phase of the sentencing we or permitted to put on about twenty five of these stories we were limited by the judge Judge Brinkema but I think that was sufficient. What's the purpose of an opening statement rub. It's to let the jury know what you will prove. During trial in this instance it was to to recall the the incredible horror and pain of that day and to emphasize Moussaoui's role in it rob you gave the opening statement in the Musawi trial at the the penalty phase. I thought it was one of the most compelling moving opening statements I have ever heard in federal court out of the mouth of any prosecutor. Would you read the first part of that forest today of course Chuck September Eleventh Two Thousand and one dawn clear crisp and blue in the northeast United United States in Lower Manhattan in the twin towers of the World Trade Center workers sat down at their desks tending to email and phone messages from the previous. Day's in the Pentagon in Arlington Virginia military and civilian personnel sat in briefings were focused on their paperwork in those clear blue blue skies over New York over Virginia and over Pennsylvania into American Airlines jets and two United Airlines jets weary travelers travelers sip their coffee and read the morning papers as flight attendants made their first rounds and fire and police stations all over New York City the bravest among us reported for work it started as an utterly normal day but a day that started so normally and with such promise soon became a day of abject her by morning's end two thousand nine hundred seventy two people were slaughtered in cold blood and that clear blue sky became clouded with dark smoke that rose from the trade towers of New York from the Pentagon and Virginia and from field in rural Pennsylvania and within in a few hours out of that clear blue sky came terror pain misery and death and those two thousand nine hundred seventy two never again saw their loved ones never again gave their kids a good night kiss that day September eleventh two thousand and one became a defining moment not just for two thousand nine hundred seventy two families but for a generation killers were among us that day and for more than just that day those killers lived among us for for months planned for years to cut our throats hijack planes and crash them into buildings to burn US alive on that day September eleventh two two thousand and one a group of cold blooded killers from distant lands cap their plan their conspiracy to kill as many innocent Americans as possible muscle those killers part of the terrorist group. Al Qaeda came up with a plan trained for it practiced it worked on it kept kept secret and then carried it out hijacking four commercial planes September eleventh and crashing them on purpose to kill as many Americans as they could luke one of the people in that plan. One of the conspirators is among US still right here in this courtroom today. That man.

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"david novak" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"david novak" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"It is. Because now broccoli head heads because Dr now like guilt, these people and to like, oh, I can't eating too much sustain you're not going to eat. I'm back you'll be seven. It's really good. Isn't it? It's one of my favorite voices that he does to me because I really, you know, you being neat and cheating and do that. Would you be the friend that would bring me fast food while I was in the hospital for the surgery, no testing. Would you be position? Yeah. Okay. I need I need to know, which friend of mine is going to be the one that brings me the food when I'm in the room for the surgery cut you out of my life. I'm not gonna I'm not gonna able this. Oh. I'll take you to the off. I'll take you to Dr. Now's office. You'll get me in that van and drive me to Houston. Again. There's a limited number of van rights. I'll say that. There's a limited number you like, you'll do it once or twice do you think? Well, Twi guy take you there and back from wherever it is. Then I fall off the wagon. Hey, if you've gone through something, listen if I have to remove the back seat of the van to get you around. Yeah. No. That's a limited. There's a you get you get I'll give you two of those to and from round trip. That's it. That is all all right. But I would love to meet Dr. Now, I would love to get him in here and have them on the program, Nick. Start packing on some weight. See we get doctor now to come in. Kenneth Hicks is in trouble with the law. Kenneth is forty eight years old he's charged in a cocaine conspiracy case, and they say that he was involved in this conspiracy to distribute and possess with the intent to distribute more than a pound of cocaine. This is a handful of years ago. The problem with this court case is Kenneth is nine hundred pounds. So big for your body. So the so the court is making. Arrangements, shall we say to get Kenneth into the courtroom crazy because the magistrate judge David Novak is suggesting or I should say he's approved an unusual transportation plan because the prosecutors and his lawyer want to protect his health is safety and his dignity. So what what I was amazed. At is. I read through the story. I'm surprised that the magistrate judge doesn't say something along the lines of I can go to him or let's do this in an environment. Where we don't have it. It's going to be less. Trouble for us to bus in a court room full of people than it is to get this one guy out of the place that he's living. Listen to what trouble they're going to. They are going to cut through a wall where he lives they're going to brace the structure, they're going to cut down some trees, all to get this guy out and into the courtroom, the loading dock of the courthouse for for the hearing is where they're said to bring him up through the the guy asked that the FBI in the Marshall service police and fire and doctors come in and assess medical issues that he may have. And then once the medical personnel confirmed that he can be moved. Because there's a possibility that he can't the FBI when would be determined the best way to accomplish that well ensuring the safety and wellbeing of the defendant. How would you like this? How would you like a career of law enforcement working for the FBI to come down to this assignment? All right agent agent Brooks what we're going to have you do is devise a tactical plan. Yes, I'm listening. I'm a love technical plans to move a defendant. Yes, there's a love moving defendants from bed to a loading dock Lewis or something special about this defendant. I should yes. He's nine hundred pounds. Agent brooks. This one's on. You got it. Depending on the current weight, which by the way, I guess fluctuates at that point. He could be placed on a gurney taken out through the code through a doorway down the ramp. If it proves necessary they're talking about opening that large hole in the wall of the structure like you said because apparently he lives in the in the aback add on.

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"david novak" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"david novak" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"So boil that down for me, it sounds it. Sounds like it like these claims are just not gonna make it. They're not going to be proven. Think. That's right. So the approach that we took is I we started off with the sector as a whole I'll be as clear as I possibly can this is a bubble. Just like the tulip mania. Jess like, the commodities craze railroad crazy even the crypto currency craze of last year. So to to look at the space, you know, LP's right now are trying to justify their ingredients valuations by making bold claims of medical efficacy and major medical indications. So we took a step back. And we looked at about ten thousand preclinical and clinical studies that have been curated by the National Academy of sciences engineering medicine, and we wanted to determine whether or not any of these claims from glaucoma to globe last had any scientific merit. And what we saw there's really only three indications with moderate scientific supporting evidence, and that is chemotherapy, induced Fawzia, nausea and vomiting. Chronic pain and improving muscle specificity in multiple sclerosis todate if you look at all of the clinical trials that have been cleared completed. There's about one hundred sixty of them only two drugs have been approved by the FDA marinole in EPA dialects. That's that's a one point four percent probability of success for drug that you look at did one point four million in sales in December right compare that to proper drug development companies today which have a probability of success of fourteen percent from preclinical commercialization to develop a drug and that in itself could generate annual revenues in excess of the entire cannabis market the risk reward is just far more favorable in biotech. All right, David. Unfortunately, we're out of time. We love to have you back only scratches service of your sixty page report. But thanks for your time. We do pre sheet a David Novak of Raymond James, Tim. I go to you. What if you took out medical use? What if for some reason, it wasn't true or not proven? Then. Would would be affective good for him for asking some difficult questions about a sector. That's very expensive. But to start to talk about tulips mean, first of all I would argue that there's this is you can do frontier. Data some great work in the space. They say it's three hundred sixty eight billion for the market with legal medical sorry, legal illicit, medical and recreational global. I mean, that's not a tool market, that's a massive massive market. But to get to the efficacy issues. You could make an argument fifteen percent of the world's population are suffering from a condition. That's commonly treated by cannabis. I mean, there's no question about it and pain OTC and sleep. That's working right up next. Final. Final time. Ten let's go high quality P E G beaks piggyback on then buy gold gold. You goodbye digital gold, bitcoin or black gold oil Xia video if you want to belong to the print use calls and for the triple in the energy space, Holly frontier that comes out HFC save back here. Tomorrow five more fast mad money with Jim Cramer starts right now.

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"david novak" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"david novak" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"A straight line down. I was stuck in a car snowstorm six hours in the car. I think in videos, lower has them apples make sense. Like, you're somebody should check out the full show Friday five thirty PM eastern time coming out the cannabis craze has portfolios blazing this year. But you'll never guess one. Wall Street analyst is comparing buddy industry to join us to explain we're live at the NASDAQ time spare much fast so head. Welcome back to fast money, the cannabis craze taking the world by storm. As pot SOX. Plays higher this year names like Kronos almost doubling in value just in the last few weeks. But one Raymond James analyst says the potrayed reminds him of tulip mania, and is warning that the space could go up in smoke. David Novak joins us now from Toronto David great to have you with us. I think very much having me. I think it's worth noting that your background correct me. If I'm wrong is is covering the pharmaceutical and biotech space. So you really approaching it from concerns about the medical claims when it comes to medical marijuana and the use of the various compounds in the cannabis plant when you know when it comes to treating illnesses, correct? That's right. So so I actually think it's important to preface discussion with the fact that I have you myself as a cannabis analyst view myself as a healthcare biotech analyst. And you know, unfortunately in Canada, the major exchange the X has bath bafflingly decided to lump cannabis in with the broader healthcare index. So I have a fiduciary responsibility to my investors both retail and institutional to provide e fair objective unbiased opinion on the cannabis space. And I took the perspective to look at the space from the only lens, I know how and that's a scientific medical ends in, you know, providing an objective on biased opinion is something that we Raymond James provide. You know, we pride ourselves on being able to deliver. So basically, you don't buy a lot of the research is scant if even existent actually prove that a lot of the claims are affected there's one statistic that I want a quote, you back from your note today medical cannabis is associated with a probability of clinical success of one point three percent for a hypothetical therapeutic with niche market potential approximately ten times less then the fourteen percent phase one to commercialization clinical success rate of modern day biotech drug development..

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"david novak" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"david novak" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Point because there's a very and you fought against some peers, isn't there a different tactic you use against somebody who simply misguided versus someone who's intentionally trying to destroy something. He is the latter. He's trying to be provocative. He double down on it. He's not misguided. He's not he's not like a twelve year old who was raised that way. He's a grown, man. He's supposedly newsman he supposedly inexperienced journalist. He uses though were those words to try and drive up rate. He wasn't always that way. Try and drive up ratings to draw attention to himself and the play victimhood. He's really he's really a is what I said at that sounds like bigotry to me in addition to being a moron. My friend. It is a malignancy is what it is that one when people conduct themselves that way, really Joe Scarborough, Mika Brzezinski, a malignancy. They know they know exactly what they're, you know, Scarborough comes out, and he says, you know, this this Trump on race. And so look lucky says, and I paraphrase he says look. You know, Trump told me sometimes he does this stuff. He knows it's wrong. But you know, he does it because it it's it helps them now. This is a guy in Scarborough who supported Trump. Who supported Trump when he was running. And yet now he turns on Trump, and he has oh, I remember when he said this. I remember when he said that how do I know Joe Scarborough isn't a bigot because he calls other people names. How do I know when Joe Scarborough was a young man, he didn't use the N word. I don't have any idea. But how do I know? I don't know anything about Joe Scarborough. None of us do. None of us do he positions himself, and he's a man who's feeder strongly planted in the air. All right, my friend. Thank you. I mean, I have no idea. What Joe Scarborough is in terms of his heart, mind, and soul. Well as mine. I know it's a low IQ, but you understand what I mean. David Novak New Jersey, the great WABC. I was just there this morning and took the Amtrak back to Washington D C with my part of my beautiful family. Go right ahead, sir. Hi, I'm Twenty-seven-year-old conservative. I've been listening to us thirteen or so. To address the argument. I know several other young conservatives who don't want to vote because of the argument that one vote isn't nobody's gonna win by one vote. So it doesn't make sense to vote, and my response to that is, you know, the the golden rule is due to others new to you. And so if you truly don't care whether Republicans or Democrats win fine. But if you think that it would be much better for the country if Republicans win, and you hope lots of other people out and vote Republican, you have a moral responsibility to vote yourself and not just hope everybody else does for not only is that correct? Their calculation is wrong. We've seen house races be determined by seven votes. We've seen Senate races determined by eighty some votes. We saw presidential race determined in Florida by around three hundred votes at of tens of millions cast in the. Country. So it's simply wrong every vote will count and with all the close house races and close Senate race isn't close gubernatorial races. Let the Democrats sit at home we need to all get up and do our duty tomorrow. If you haven't voted early tomorrow is the day. And I say this whatever time you're Paul opens. You be there within the first hour you three four five six others. It's crucially important. We'll be right back. Mm with up to sixteen.

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"david novak" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"david novak" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"To stop demonizing. I thought this is our Weli that that that illustrates that the man is a moron. But besides being you can be a moron and not be a bigot. But he's a moron. Big in my view opinion question you hard against these hardcore left this for years. And when I think possibly wanted to get your opinion on this at the conservative. Sometimes miss is Amos state misguided miss for malevolent. You know, he doesn't seem like a stupid man could be very smart and stubby monopoly. Well, that's why because there's a very I am you fought against compares isn't there? A different tactic us against somebody who simply misguided versus someone who's intentionally trying to destroy something. He is the latter. He's trying to be provocative. He'd double down on it. He's not misguided. He's not he's not like a twelve year old who was raised that way. He's a grown, man. He's a supposedly newsman he supposedly inexperienced journalist. He uses though, where those words to try and drive up rate. He wasn't always that way to try and drive up ratings to draw attention to himself and then the play victimhood. He's really he's really a is what I said at that sounds like bigotry to me in addition to being a moron. Yeah. It is a malignancy is what it is when people conduct themselves that way. Really, Joe Scarborough, Mika Brzezinski, a malignancy. They know they know exactly what they're Scarborough comes out. And he says, you know, this Trump on race and silver lucky says, and I paraphrase he says look. Trump told me sometimes he does this stuff. He knows it's wrong. But you know, he does it because it's it helps them now. This is a guy. In Scarborough who supported Trump. Who supported Trump when he was running. And yet now he turns on Trump, and he has oh, I remember when he said this. I remember when he said that how do I know Joe Scarborough isn't a bigot because he calls other people names. How do I know when Joe Scarborough was a young man, he didn't use the N word. I don't have any idea. But how do I know? I don't know anything about Joe Scarborough, and none of us do. None of us do he positions himself, and he's a man who's feeder strongly planet in the air. All right, my friend. Thank you. I mean, I have no idea. What Joe Scarborough is in terms of his heart, mind, and soul. Well mine. I know it's a low IQ, but you understand what I mean. David Novak New Jersey, the great WABC. I was just there this morning and took the Amtrak back to Washington DC with my part of my beautiful family. Right ahead, sir. Hi, I'm Twenty-seven-year-old conservative. I've been listening to you since I was thirteen or so. And I just wanted to address the argument, I know several other young conservatives who don't want to vote because of the argument that one vote is in nobody's gonna win by one vote. So it doesn't make sense to go, and my response to that is, you know, the the golden rule in due to others. You have them do to you. And so if you truly don't care whether Republicans are Democrats win fine. But if you think that it would be much better for the country Republicans win, and you hope lots of other people go out and vote Republican you have a moral responsibility to vote yourself and not just hope everybody else. Does your work. Not only is that correct? Their calculation is wrong. We've seen house races be determined by seven votes. We've seen Senate races determined by eighty some votes. We saw presidential race determined in Florida by around three hundred votes at a tens of millions cast in the country. So it's simply wrong every vote will count and with all the close house races and close Senate race isn't close gubernatorial races. Let the Democrats sit at home we need to all get up and do our duty tomorrow. If you haven't voted early tomorrow is the day. And I say this whatever time you're Paul opens. You be there within the first hour you three four five six others. It's crucially important. We'll be right back. Mm-hmm. Diamond.

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"david novak" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"david novak" Discussed on The Young Turks

"Ad free do it. Now. Tweets or you guys, Germany Koehler says, is he has immigrant wives, the new. I have black friends now. Good question. Chipper me. Golden heart says, pretty sure that millionaires and billionaires don't go to political rallies. They do their rallies behind closed doors, checkbooks that is literally true. That's exactly what the coke brothers do, and they're getaways look. I just want to be fair in cover all my bases because who knows she might she might be wealthy. You're just trying to be fair. YouTube super chat cue. Music cue says, I always believed that luminosity was a very real force, although I call the congress, not very secret. They live broadcaster coven. Conspiracies right out in the open true. David Novak says, I love TYP and secular talk, but I won't Kyle and jank to discuss Russian meddling versus Israelis influencing. There's a hole in the analysis. I'm quite curious as to how did bud heads. Well, David, do I have good news for you? We already did that. So check TY t. interviews where you will see an hour, long conversation that Kyle and I had. And yes, of course, I agree with Kyle and other progressives who say, you know, there are other people influencing elections. Dedicated pretty much your life to stopping that from happening? Yes. Other countries like Saudi Arabia and Israel? No question about it, and Kyle and Jimmy, and everybody else makes great points about that. And we all agree not ninety five percent, but one hundred percent with that and also our corporations and are billionaires and Senator. They just by all of our politicians, I wished the mainstream media would focus just as much on that. I want to comment on that very quickly because one of the things that stood out to me the most when I was in school for political science was the work of MIR shaima. She had published something about published a book about the influence of the Israel lobby in the United States, and he was shunned from America. I think he's now living in Germany, but it was interesting because reading it. Like there's just a ton of evidence in it, and I don't know why it's considered taboo to address that like anything that is like that close to true and could actually have an effect is shunned even harder, right? So that might actually get people to divest and from Israel, which would hurt the diffuse power structure in Israel enough that it could make a difference. So they're like, no, don't do that. We're gonna fight the hardest against that. We're, in fact, we're going to try to ban anyone from even talking about it. And so especially when Jewish Americans say things that are true, people get even more upset, whether it's right whether it's the scholars, whether it's going Greenwald or I can give you a list of dozens, hundreds of great, progressive Jews in this country who say, I don't. I don't want this to be Israel's legacy and this isn't right, and we need to have two states as cetera, and people go, oh, you're anti semitic, what that makes no sense at. All right. You just you're using that as a country, and it's obvious so anyway. So fair point obviously, but I think we could focus on both. Yeah, totally. Last thing real quick. Ben PEX says, I think a lot of this blind loyalties. Why conservatives have targeted largely religious demographic. No one was more blind faith in evangelical 's. So that cuts both ways Ben because apparently obsessed with this thing that I read this morning about brainwashing because they said, sometimes people's faith allows them to not get tricked by the brain washer that it because it allows them to say this. I know that this is now my reality. Okay, but but it helps them on the other hand, one of the key drivers as to whether you will be brainwashed or not is if you believe in a black and white world. Right. Did you know that we have to talk more about this post game dot com slash joined to get a member of the postgame Twenty-one US servicemembers stayed in North Korea after the war because they got brainwashed. He wanted to stay. Yeah, because they got tortured and brainwashed into thinking that North Korea was awesome, and they stayed and we never got him back. Isn't that amazing? I guess we'll talk more about it in the post..

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"david novak" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"david novak" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"A lot with who was happening in the climate at that time between very progressive separatists and the public at large that Trudeau was, you know, very interesting Representative of the powers that be, but and her defection from from that. And I certainly hope as a person that lived near the Canadian border was very aware of this when it was happening that considering the current prime minister who Margaret is is mother that people would revisit this, even in that context, took it a better understanding of where this is coming from this film is often paired with the silent partner. So another kind of Canadian thriller at the time with with with Elliott Gould, that film is kind of as a loud, a much more loud status at least than kings. Whenever I mentioned this fill in mixed company. Whomever happens to know it. It's not many, but those who happen to know it will mention it paired off, but the silent partner. Another film that had a similarly scattered release which has an early Tommy Lee Jones also shot in Montreal in lies. Horoscope do you know this John? I haven't seen that one. Yeah, that's it's a very odd film shot. The guy only made one film kind of the Canadian inferiority complex, and that's a a lot of these films unless unless it's kind of hit a chord with the larger Canadian of public, you'd have very, very scattered you. I mean, you, you had a film and its allies. His horse copied from shot in seventy released, limited seventy five. And then when when when Tommy Lee Jones began to break out, you had a reemergence of it in the early eighties. So you know, very, very similar release history's very, very troubled histories as well. And it's interesting also I have this clipping here from Horiuchi dated September, second nineteen eighty one. They're talking about the press conference at the Montreal world fest for kings and a Kanner was not happy with the with the with the initial notices coming out of festival for this film. So he ordered another press conference to kind of maybe clear things up a little bit. And I guess it's a read a part of earlier in the week, the film I've been given its world premiere. It was the only Canadian film in the festival's official price competition. David Novak. Director of public relations for the festival said, Kanner has asked for a second press conference because he doesn't feel his film has been treated fairly by the Canadian crests. He asked the festival for permission to do so and we and we granted his request. Kenner said it was the vitriolic nature on the early reviews that prompted them to call for the conference quote. I am not here to wine or to complain. I'm just asking for a review that raises though it were written after seeing the film and not before because of that because I think there was a lot of kind of cheeky nece about Trudeau's round presence in the film. And a lot of like kind of joking about a it was almost like, I guess, for us permanent hiring mayor, Lindsay, the ex New York mayor for a role in Rosebud. As I think everyone seeing that movie would concur. He's bloody awful in that film or Francis. Ford Coppola has has done that on several occasions given arts to certain friends that maybe not even friends, maybe relatives. We're not gonna get specific when it going. You know this, this, this stuff happens in. I think in that context Trudeau's actually quite good in the film. It's not really giving a lot to do, but she's, I mean, I, I don't understand that the vitriol directed her. I've also seen it reference that this was her first pound, but also have noted elsewhere that she was in an earlier film. So if the criticism was that she was some kind of acting neophyte don't get that impression at all anyone next to canner and and go and are not gonna look particularly favorable. I think on Andrea was being reticence in in your conversation with her. But when I interviewed her back in nine about this foam, she was a lot more Frank about her. Her issues shall we say with the with the Kenner play, particularly McGowan. She, I guess, at the end because they would drink constantly on set. Really. It's not evident. You'd make little nasty retorts to a lot of the people around. So at the end at the end of the shoot, she asked kanter's. Okay, so I'm done and she goes, yeah, and she has really done. So yes, you are..

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"david novak" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"david novak" Discussed on The Young Turks

"Joined meanwhile enjoy the free podcasts i'm back on the young turks let me read a couple of quick tweets for you guys or actually their youtube super chance david novak says i wish i could be on the team jenkins horizontalism goes but i just don't see it therefore i'm on on team anna i remain david hold a little bit later in this segment i want to tell you something new that we're going to do that i think could have a good effect and then look just that mcgrath was the first is support brent welder and then peachable triple c came in our revolution came in bernie sanders is come in start a movement and see what happens okay and you get momentum and by the way a lot of just democrats have already won their primaries dwayne bramble says ty t as just one example by the way there's a wolf pack election that's going on right now in maryland as well tuesday going to be a huge night ben gels is up for governor in maryland alexander kassir cortez against joe crowley new york they're having a debate tonight we're going to stream it on t y t politics i'll get back into that more later so there's a lot of ways that we can help dwayne bramble says ty t bless up put my money where my mouth is for me and hope others would to thank you doing we preceded stabby six six six says hey since trump is trump pansies are such gullible dimwit why does the orange crap filled boiling chief just tell them and he's already built a wall and save everyone a load of time sandy money that is a unique idea that i have to confess that i did not think of if trump just said yeah i pay i built a wall and mexico paid for it the probably believe him and then we'll be done with it and just move on with our lives and it'll be the same fence in some parts that already exists and that hillary clinton was in favor of and he'll say oh it's a big beautiful wall and it's also seethrough i made it even better they'll believe them and then we all get to save a lot of money all right rosen's dragon twentyone forty says something until my ipad started doing crazy stuff okay sorry here we go they gotta start with these alerts okay says can other countries through the us for separating families like this where basically stealing children their citizens by holding them here and sending their parents back it's an interesting question i don't know but i would be fascinating if that happened okay i want to also.

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"david novak" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"david novak" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"A j p morgan chase ingenuity pepsico bryan cornell target some famous authors like ken blanchard you know sports psychologists you know all kinds of people and i really try to provide just like you're doing like provide our listeners real wisdom they can help them go about doing their job so you know i'm really excited about oh go lead my passion is leadership it's what i you know i spent a lot of time teaching meter ship when i was young brand it was the single biggest thing that i did that i think drive the success of the company because show me a good leader and i'll show you good business if you don't have a good leader just not gonna happen allen so you know i what i wanna do is help people achieve their full potential help them become the best possible the leader that they can they can be well i notice i'm looking at some notes here fifty percent of leaders fail within the first eighteen months because they're not doing their homework ahead of time well not prepared to leave ninety percent of leaders wish they had more training when they took on their first job you know and that's why we're doing is in the absolute sweet spot we have a real proven program here this is something that you know worked for me when i was ceo yum brands is something that i taught all around the world two four thousand people it's something that we take into a whole new level and made it even better as we've we've dug into this and and rapport with this program because we're very serious about making the world better and the only way we can do that is to give more and better leaders out there that that that really are what we call hardwired and hardwired hardwired in the sense of caring for other people demonstrating their worth and value and then they're hardwired in the sense that they put process and discipline around what really matters so that they can actually cute and really make sure that they come to work every day doing the right things hopefully you do to this is entrepreneur weekly david novak give us a little insight to the formula for success.

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"david novak" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"david novak" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Joining us today is david novak he's the former ceo and co founder of yum brands kfc taco bell pizza hut and now he is the let's see the co founder and ceo of oh go lead so now it's time to talk about what is oh go lead and i love what you said earlier about being hardwired and there's too much toxic leadership and so leading from the heart is beautiful but david novak logo lee tell us about that the lead is a new company that's really focused on making the world a better place by developing better leaders and you know i think one of the big problems in our world today is there is too much toxic leadership and leaders at that lead from the top down don't get people involved you know and as a result you've got seventy percent of of employees not being engaged at work according to gallup and you've had trust levels at all time lows and you have you know a millennial group that's looking for more development and better cultures and as a result they have higher turnover than any of the prior generation so there's a big problem out here i created oko lead so that we could address that problem and give people solutions on how to lead in a much better way so we just launched a digital leadership program training program called hard wiring hardwired and your leadership that you can go online and learn about that oh go lead and that's for sale and then but we also offer a lot of free content that you.

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"david novak" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"david novak" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"And i am so happy to talk to david novak david welcome to the show well it's great to be with you let us talk about first of all hardwired and then we're going to ask you about oh go lead and all the other things and i've got you for a good long time here so i'm going to really really work you over here today because i think you've got something big to share and i hope that our audience is just right for a tell us about hardwired i think we really believe that leaders need to be hardwired and that means you're a leader listens to others you care about them you recognize them the understand that every person has value you know nobody's going to care about you unless you you care about them and and they're really great leaders they lead from the heart because they're they're very focused on helping others achieve all the potential that they can achieve and as they do you know drive their business to its highest possible hice so i think being hardwired is a is a fundamental key to being a leader that distinguishes themselves and if somebody that people truly want to follow now you in involved with this company you're the let's see here you are the former ceo and co founder of yum brands and it's interesting to hear a man like you that while you were there a ceo the company doubled in size to forty one thousand restaurants and i don't know how i mean first of all each one of these companies is an entrepreneur jumping into business to be in business for themselves but not by themselves and that's kind of the the franchise motto you might say and so you really had to make sure that when people are doing their research they look at the company and yes they can see these big companies kfc taco bell pizza.

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"david novak" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"david novak" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Possession of a firearm would be an anomaly alex daghma newsradio eleven twenty km away this is kevin coline with reaction to the verdict from the prosecutor i believe he committed murder in the first green beyond all reasonable laws of the state of missouri circuit attorney kim gardner says she stands by the evidence all believing cold for us agreed yalowitz modell philology nothing stand by michael law standby decision in madison to proceed with this case gardner is calling for calm from protesters also reform in the way that officerinvolved shootings are investigative so that police departments are investigating their own officers kevin killing newsradio eleven twenty kmox another call for calm this from the archbishop of st louis this is kmox religion editor fred bodmer st louis archbishop robert karlsson has issued a statement in the wake of the not guilty verdict into stockily case the archbishop rights if we want peace injustice we must come together as a community through prayer mutual understanding and forgiveness while acknowledging the hurt in anger archbishop carlsson says we must have fuelled the fires of hatred and division according to the archbishop we must work together for a better or stronger safer community one founded upon respect for each other and one in which he says we see our neighbour as another self fred bottom or newsradio above and twenty km in other news this morning a huge donation to the university of missouri the university announced at a ceremony yesterday 1974 graduate david novak has donated twenty one point six million dollars to create the novak leadership institute in the university school of journalism novak graduated with a degree in advertising he said he owes his success to his education novak was ceo of yom brands the company that manages taco bell kfc and pizza hut he left in 2015 to launch a leadership training company called goal lead kmox news time is seven await wait will go to the forecast in two minutes this week in charlie brennan's latest column he entered as you to an nfl hall of famer who didn't.

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