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Fresh update on "defense" discussed on Bloomberg Radio
"The Senate banking housing and urban affairs committee, is retiring from Congress I talked with him this week to find out about his greatest accomplishments. What is still left to do and his thoughts on crypto regulation in the wake of the collapse of FTX. But first, I got his views on priorities in the lame duck session. Well, there's a few things that will certainly be accomplished right. So a national defense authorization bill is pretty much ready to go. I think that passes soon. There's got to be a one way or another to fund the government. There's really two ways as you know, David, right? We could do a continuing resolution, which is what we call just continuing everything as is. Or we could do what we call an omnibus where we sort of reconfigure things. And we spend a new spending bill. So those are the two options, one of those is going to pass before the end of the year, in fact, before December 16th, because that's when the current funding expires. Then there's a lot of miscellaneous things that could find their way into that final spending bill. I'll tell you one category that I'm still hoping. And I know it's getting tougher every day, but what I'm hoping is that we do something to provide some legislation and regulatory clarity in the crypto space. We have nothing. We have complete regulatory uncertainty, legal uncertainty, and that leads to all kinds of problems, including, by the way, the migration of money and activity and entrepreneurs and developments to overseas jurisdictions, whereas we've seen regulations aren't so good. So you've been outspoken on this before, and it's not like there's nothing going on in the crypto space. I mean, just mention FTX and Samuel bankman fried was happening there. I know the house is having hearings. Before the year is out, is the Senate. You're the ranking member of the banking committee. Are you going to have hearings and if so when? So I think so, but I'm the ranking member, not the chairman. So I don't get to make that call unilaterally, but I think we're going to have a hearing. I hope we do. I think we should have sandbank been freed. Hearing. And I'll tell you one of the things that's important for us to expose here. And this is an important distinction in my mind. What happened in FTX is horrendous, right? It looks like just gross mismanagement. It looks like total lack of proper governance and controls and really bad behavior by some individuals. It's not specific to the underlying asset. We have seen this happen time and time again throughout history with Fiat currency and ordinary assets. It's unfortunately not that uncommon a story. So we shouldn't confuse the bad actors of some individuals with an underlying asset that the code isn't guilty of anything here. Yeah, exactly. I mean, combing with assets is something we've seen other places. It doesn't take crypto to do that. Exactly. You can do that with anything. And people have. Exactly. So you had a distinguished career in the U.S. Senate. And you accomplish a lot of things. I'm curious, what do you think is one of the things you're proudest of you got done? And then I will turn to what has yet to be done. But you're not going to get to. So I would say my biggest accomplishment was the role I was able to play in helping to formulate and pass the 2017 tax reform. It's indisputable that it was like the most transformative tax reform since the 1980s. Maybe it goes further back than that. And I think it was extremely constructive. I think it's worth remembering. We passed the reform at the end of 2017. It went into effect in 2018, 2019 was arguably the best economic era of my lifetime. I mean, strong economic growth. We were hitting record low unemployment levels, record low unemployment for all kinds of subsets of our population, African American, Hispanics. We had very low inflation. We had wage growth that was exceeding the rate of inflation. And by the way, wage growth was fastest for the lowest income Americans so we were narrowing the wage gap. And now where are we today? So obviously we then went through this terrible pandemic and all the disruption from that. But here we are today, the federal government is taking in more revenue now under our reformed code than was projected to come in under the old code. And even corporate tax rate, we took the corporate rate from 35 to 21 corporate tax revenue is running above its historical average as a percentage of the economy and as a percentage of total revenue. So I would say it's an unqualified success. But some of those provisions are going to expire, particularly with that fencing capital investment. And what are the prospects in the new Congress of extending them? So that's going to be a big challenge. And you're absolutely right. And that's, I think, one of the most constructive elements, right? By allowing full expensing on CAPEX, you lower the after-tax cost of making that investment and that kind of investment is what enhances productivity leads to stronger economic growth and rising wages, right? So that's really important that that be made permanent and the question is, can a deal be done with a Republican House that would want to make those provisions permanent? And Democrats in the Senate who would not be very enthusiastic about it, despite the record of success. And that's, I think that's going to be a big topic of discussion next year. So that's one thing yet to do or address at least to the question of the expense in a capital investment. Also, as you mentioned, crypto is something yet to be done. You've also been outspoken about the fed and various aspects of not least the regional presidents and exactly how they're chosen on the review process. We now have a new nominee for the Chicago new president of Chicago fed and Austin goolsby, whom we know well, distinguished economists to vote part of the Obama administration. Do you have hopes and effect there will be real reform in that area as you see it? So, you know, I think we need more transparency in that area I've been arguing that we ought to be able to we in Congress who have the responsibility of oversight after all. Let's be clear, Congress delegates its authority to the Federal Reserve to conduct monetary policy and to supervise our big financial institutions. That's ultimately our responsibility to conduct that oversight. We need to have information and that
Davis scores 44, LeBron passes Magic as Lakers beat Bucks
"Anthony Davis and LeBron James pushed the Lakers past the bucks one 33 one 29. Davis poured in a season high 44 points to help the Lakers overcome Yanis intend to kupo, who had 40.7 rebounds of 5 assists. We went to come out and set a tone for our road trip. Against a great team, one of the top teams in the league. And we were able to get a victory tonight. James felt too shy of a triple double. Finishing with 28 points and 11 boards. James put LA ahead for good by sinking a tie breaking three pointer with three 22 remaining. Los Angeles shot 54% from the floor against a Milwaukee team that led the NBA in defense of rating. I'm Dave ferry.
Fresh update on "defense" discussed on KCBS Radio Weekend News
"Jobs. Divine interest rate hikes and high inflation, though there were areas to improve. Americans are working. The economy is growing, wages are rising faster than inflation. President Biden spent Friday touting the good news ahead of a trip to Boston. The group of 7 nations has agreed on a $60 a barrel cap on Russian oil to reduce Moscow's income, but the BBC's Jessica Parker tells us Ukraine isn't impressed. One of the things they're saying is it would be necessary to reduce to $30 per barrel in order to quickly destroy as they put it, the enemy's economy. So I think a slightly lukewarm response there from the government in Kyiv in terms of how they see this cap. Defense secretary Lloyd Austin unveils a sleek new nuclear stealth bomber, nearly every aspect of what it does as classified, but Austin says the B 21 radar is the first strategic bomber in more than three decades. It is a testament to America's enduring advantages in ingenuity and innovation. A California toddler is home after being attacked by a coyote, this woman lives nearby. Our neighbor carries pepper spray and he actually, he has a smaller dog, and he had to pepper spray the coyote. The Supreme Court is taking up the case of a Christian graphic artist who objects to designing wedding websites for same sex couples, but advocates on both sides of the issue are worried about what the ruling could mean. Some feel it will end up with discrimination against LGBTQ people. This is CBS News. Liberty mutual customizes your car and home insurance, so you only pay for what you need. Visit liberty mutual
Alleged Rapist Danny Masterson Is Off the Hook
"And in really disappointing and shitty news, the case against saint Ginger haired rape obsessed actor Danny Masterson ended in a mistrial, the jury said they were unable to reach a verdict on any of the three criminal counts that this jerk off stays, I mean, you just look at him and you know he's guilty. Just looking at him and you know the 6 man 6 woman panel told LA superior court judge Charlene almeida that we're stuck after thorough and considerable discussion. It's clear that we as jurors are adamant about maintaining our individual positions on each of these three counts. So the judge formally declared a mistrial, which is something I was nervous about because that's what the Church of Scientology really wanted since day one of this testimony back in late October. There was a retrial date of March 17th. Back to the penciled in, meanwhile, masters in history on $3.3 million bail, there'll be a hearing set for January 10th, but likely before that, the act is defense team plans to file to have all the charges tossed out. And that move is based on the inclination of the jury made public just yesterday. The jurors spoke the downtown LA clot room, and they said they were deeply divided on all these three counts. On count one, it was ten to two for not guilty. Count two saw 8 going for not guilty for for guilty. And count three was 7 for guilty. I'm so 7 for not guilty 5 for guilty. Now all the Jane does can look forward to is getting down to business with the civil suit that was put on pause. That's not really what they wanted the most. They wanted Danny Masterson to serve jail time and maybe understand what rape really feels like, but maybe just maybe he could be ruined financially in a civil suit. That would be considered a moral victory,
Fresh update on "defense" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Gray and rainy outside, 51° in hyattsville 52 in Fredericksburg and 50 outside WTO studios at 9 40. We're following some new developments in a shooting that happened on a moving metro train a couple years back, an FBI agent has now been acquitted of attempted second degree murder as a jury found he was justified in shooting a panhandler who had confronted him on the red line train. 38 year old Eduardo valdivia and FBI agent appeared emotional and not again and again as the jury declared he was not guilty of four counts, including second degree attempted murder. In valdivia's defense, attorney Robert bonsib said the victim who had approached valdivia for money and then became aggressive had a history of violence. In his continuing course of assaulting people on the metro in businesses. Montgomery county state's attorney John McCarthy said he was disappointed with the verdict and felt that the video in evidence spoke for itself. That these men had contact twice that the victim walked away at some point, then re-engaged with mister valdivia. The victim was unarmed, he never touched the defendant, as you can see from the video. McCarthy said it was not an easy case, but he did respect the jury's verdict. In Rockville, Kate Ryan, WTO P news. It's quite the exciting time for soccer fans around here and around the country. As the U.S. is advancing in the World Cup, playing the Netherlands this morning starting at 10 o'clock, it's 9 41 right now. I'm roxanna saberi
Tara Reade Implies Joe Biden Is a Serial Sexual Assaulter
"But listen to the sentence one more time I think we need to have the conversation Instead of me being erased and other women that were erased the tried to come forward So other women have tried to come forward and they've been blocked and the media have not reported on this because they're part of the Democrat party industrial complex It's that simple So Joe Biden yes I'm implying by this but the cover ups on so I'm applied what I want Was a serial molester That's what she's implying here Read our ledge that Biden's sexually assaulted her in a Senate corridor in 1993 By pinning her against the wall and reaching under a clothing before sexually violating her God she said she filed a police report in 2020 about the incident that no third investigation has ever taken place Isn't that amazing It's really the only case of something like this There's never really been an investigation I'm sure Nancy Pelosi ran to her defense Oh she didn't I'm sure AOC oh no Susan Collins no Kamala Harris No Amy Klobuchar No None of them Gillibrand No Interns and others that worked alongside read and Biden's Senate office denied knowing that any sexual misconduct took place between read and Biden So The New York Times reported in 2020 citing interviews with former staffers she could also not remember some details about the incident including the exact time date location according to the outlet But she's got a lot more information than anybody who accused Kavanaugh of anything did or Thomas
How is Harvey Weinstein's Los Angeles trial different from New York prosecution?
"The legal team for movie mogul Harvey Weinstein is presenting closing arguments in his rape and sexual assault trial in Los Angeles. I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest. Defense attorney Alan Jackson told a Los Angeles jury that fury from witnesses does not make fact and tears do not make truth. Weinstein is charged with raping and sexually assaulting two women and committing sexual battery against two others. Jackson says with two of the women, the encounters were consensual, and with the other two it never happened. Prosecutors said in their closing arguments, it's time for Weinstein's reign of terror to end
America Is Losing Trust in Our Military
"Wall Street Journal today, Americans are losing trust in the military. The rise of woke politics is undermined public confidence in the brass. Yeah. The current era is marked by fading trust in U.S. institutions. Thank you left. You've destroyed them all. But confidence in one pillar has held up the military. But now even that is eroding and the question is whether the brass will get the message. The Reagan institute releases an annual survey of public attitudes on national defense, this year only 48% reported having a great deal of confidence in the U.S. Military. That's down from 70% four years ago. Wow. Overwhelming majority to a minority. This is consistent with other surveys, Pew Research this year noted a 14 point drop since 2020 in Americans who said they had a great deal of confidence in the military to act in the public's interest. The Reagan poll asked Americans what is driving the decline? It isn't the ability to carry out missions or win in a fight. It is quote things going on outside the core competencies of the military.
Dana Goldberg: We Are Tired of Defending Our Basic Human Rights
"Dana, I read your tweet yesterday 'cause, you know, we can joke and joke, but this respect for marriage act. You were just basically talking about the exhaustion of all of us. That may happen to be gay that we have to continually watch our basic rights to be being put to a vote. Every time. It's exhausting. It was already legal. They had to get 60 votes from senators on something that was already legal. It's the same thing. Every woman, anyone who can reproduce and understands this exhausting process of watching our rights being either stripped away or reinforced by a bunch of people that don't live our lives, they're not in anywhere in my body anatomy. And only 12 Republicans hiring you and I should have equal rights. That's the thing. I don't even think it's true. I don't think most of them care. Who I marry. They just want to satisfy their base, which is even more horrifying. Because then they have no scruples. They have no morals and they're just selling their vote to whoever has the biggest, you know, the highest bidder. That's the frustrating part. Is that I don't think most of those people even care. They just have to follow their party line. You can follow their base, follow their donors. Oh, see, I look at the other way because, you know, 25 years ago, they voted to take away a right from us that we didn't even have what the defense of marriage act. Right. Sure. So to me, this is like progress. This is we're on the good side of it now. Travis, no, a 100%. This is absolutely progress. It's just exhausting. I mean, we knew this one was going to pass. I think we all knew it would pass. We just needed to get the votes, but it's still frustrating that we have that fear if obergefell falls, there's states out there that didn't stop issuing marriage. Women for 50 years, we thought roe was never going to be, you know, that that was safe. And the fact that we have to now, even though the Supreme Court has ruled something, the game here is just legal, we have to go, oh, maybe not. I mean, and somebody said one standard that that's how you know you're a minority. If you have to have ever had to watch your rights get voted on by other people, right to vote, right? To control your own body, right to marry, right? Yeah, and don't get me wrong, Travis, and I hope you know this, and I've said it. This is a huge step forward. It's a big win for the community. And it's a big, it's a big, it's a message to the general public that the majority of people in this country support marriage equality. Period. And that it was sort of indicative of how many senators voted if you think about it, 70% of the country supports this in that sort of what we got was 70% of the Senate. A little bit a little bit less than that, but still.
Allen, Bucks hang on after Giannis fouls out to edge Knicks
"The Milwaukee Bucks in New York Knicks played a scrappy game at Madison Square Garden Wednesday night, a combination of solid Nick's defense and the bucks cold shooting in the first half kept things close throughout as Yanis and telecom fouled out with the minute left and the bucks up one O three one O two. Jalen Brunson tied it on the line and then Grayson Allen hit a three with 30 seconds left to seal the deal for Milwaukee. Jan's finished the night with 37 points despite not hitting a shot in the first quarter as the bucks won ugly one O 9 to one O three. Matt maker to New York
Ukraine's Kuleba: NATO membership delay 'strategic mistake'
"Ukraine's foreign minister, the mature kule, calls out delays to his nation's NATO membership bid. In our U.S. strategic mistake was made by delaying Ukraine's membership to NATO at the NATO summit in Bucharest. Says he believes that mistakes in Bucharest in 2008 can be corrected in Vilnius in 2023. He adds his government believes for discussion on Ukraine's application to NATO should begin separately kuleba underscored that his country's biggest needs now are electrical gear and more advanced air defense systems adding Ukraine would take German patriot surface to air missiles if those Berlin has offered to Poland can be spared, such a system would help the war torn country defend itself from Russian aerial attack. I'm Charles De Ledesma
UK royals traveling to Boston with eye on environment prize
"The prince and Princess of Wales are making their first overseas trip since the death of Queen Elizabeth II in September. The troops and occasion that Prince William and his wife, Kate, to show the world as much about who they are not, as who they are, with their three day visits to Boston, a couple hope to demonstrate that they aren't the last remnants of a dying institution their foray is focused on Williams initiative to find at the next generation of environmental entrepreneurs and will be supplemented with trips to an anti poverty program, child development researchers and local flood defenses. I'm Charles De Ledesma
Oath Keepers' Rhodes guilty of Jan. 6 seditious conspiracy
"The head of the group, all the keepers has been found guilty of charges connected to the capital insurrection. I Norman hall. A Washington D.C. jury convicted oath keepers founder Stewart Rhodes of seditious conspiracy for violent plot to overturn president Joe Biden's election, wrote was acquitted on two other conspiracy charges, defense attorney at tarpley. We're grateful for the not guilty verdicts that were received, were disappointed in the guilty verdict. The case handed the Justice Department a major victory in its massive prosecution of the January 6th, 2021 insurrection, seditious conspiracy, calls for up to 20 years behind bars and appeal will be filed. Norman hall, Washington
NATO renews membership vow to Ukraine, pledges arms and aid
"As NATO renews its commitment to one day welcome Ukraine as a member, Kyiv is doubling down on what it calls a more urgent request. Ukrainian foreign minister de maitre kuleba says the last time he met with NATO ministers, he had a three word request. Weapons weapons and weapons. Today in Bucharest, three other words. Faster, faster, and faster. Colaba says Ukraine appreciates what the U.S. and others have given. But the war goes on, and as Russian air strikes keep taking out Ukraine's energy infrastructure, he's asking for Transformers and more advanced air defenses, specifically patriot missile systems. Right now we have no plans to provide patriot batteries to Ukraine, but Brigadier general pat rider at The Pentagon says the U.S. will keep talking with allies about other weapons on top of what's already been sent to Ukraine. Sagar Meghani, Washington.
Snell runs for go-ahead TD, Steelers hold off Colts 24-17
"Many snells, fourth quarter touchdown run, was the difference in the Steelers win over the colts. The Pittsburgh defense held off a late game drive by Indianapolis for 24 to 17 victory. Steeler quarterback Kenny Pickett called it a confidence booster for his team. Colts quarterback Matt Ryan struggled in the first half as Indianapolis falls to four 7 and one
At Trump Org. fraud trial, defense rests and deflects blame
"The defense has rested its case as the tax fraud trial against the Trump organization reaches its final stages. Closing arguments are slated for later this week in the criminal tax fraud trial against Donald Trump's real estate empire. Defense lawyers say prosecutors are seeking to punish the entire company for one person's scheme to avoid personal income taxes, on company perks like apartments and luxury cars. Finance chief Alan weisselberg has already pleaded guilty to taking $1.7 million in unreported compensation and he testified against the Trump organization. But defense lawyers blame weisselberg and longtime accountant Donald bender. Suggesting bander should bear the blame for not catching the fraud. There are no allegations against the former president nor members of his family. I'm Jackie Quinn
Sebastian and Chris Kohls Talk Spielberg's 'Raiders of the Lost Ark'
"We go on, you mentioned you got very entertained last week or you entertained yourself by porkins, one of the Star Wars characters, who is in raiders, right? Easy. Oh yeah, he is. Of course he is. At the beginning, in the college, one of the government agents. One of the men from the ministry from the defense ministry Department of Defense. That's poor kids. I didn't even that never clicked until this moment. That's amazing. Didn't either of you ever go to Sunday school? And that guy's face is colleagues face. It looks like he's eating a lemon when he asks. Such a superb scene. I mean, just the chalkboard, the headpiece of the staff of ra, and then he opens the book and magically, that book with 2000 pages opens on the page with a picture of the ARP, right? Just happens to open on that page and you know what, that's the great thing about those movies. I've never thought about how a magical moment that is until just now. It definitely occurs to me that that was weird. But, you know, back then, in the 80s, that was kind of how things were done. You just did things for convenience sometimes, but I'm watching this documentary how they made it. They put so much work into it. They really loved the craft of filmmaking. You know what's interesting about raiders in that documentary I watched Steven Spielberg says that George Lucas wrote Raiders of the Lost Ark based on his own actual beliefs about what happened to the ark. He wrote an adventure story around his own research about the ark believing that the ark is available to be discovered somewhere. Well, there is a theory that it is in Ethiopia. Have you followed that? Graham Hancock's book, there is a church in Ethiopia that says they have the ark and every year once a year, they bring it out and they have a parade, but it is covered in only one man is ever allowed into the sanctum. Are you familiar with? I am, yeah, yeah, I've read about this, yeah. All right.
Hawaii’s Mauna Loa starts to erupt, sending ash nearby
"The world's biggest active volcano has started erupting for the first time in nearly 40 years. Mauna loa began erupting late last night on Hawaii's big island. It's not a time to be alarmed. Hawaii county mayor Mitch Roth says the lava flows are contained within the volcano summit area and are not threatening any communities. We have not had to do any evacuations. Still, Hawaii's civil defense agency has opened two shelters amid reports of some people self evacuating. The Hawaiian volcano observatory Ken Han says history indicates some eruptions do not pose any danger to people, but they should stay vigilant. There's nothing to be concerned with. I'm Sagar Meghani
49ers top Saints 13-0, first to blank New Orleans since 2001
"San Francisco's defense set the tone from the opening drive, forcing New Orleans Alvin Kamara to fumble and holding the star running back to a total 13 yards rushing for the game. The mission accomplished Nick Bosa says the defense expected the saints to try to get their run game going, but shut it down. And whenever you do that, it's going to be a really good chance of making a team one dimensional. Jimmy Garoppolo through the game's only touchdown in a 13 zero victory as San Francisco became the first team to hold New Orleans scoreless in nearly 21 years. The forty-niners improved to 7 and four alone atop the NFC west. The saints fall to foreign aid. I'm Ben Thomas
Chiefs slog their way past beat-up Rams for 26-10 victory
"Kansas City quarterback Patrick Mahomes opened with a touchdown pass to tight end Travis Kelce and the chiefs went on to beat the Los Angeles Rams 26 to ten. It was the only TD pass mahomes through on the day. We got to be better. I mean, obviously it's a great defense. We have a ton of respect for them. But we moved the ball kind of between the 20s and it seemed like we got down there and goal to go situations we weren't able to score. Mahomes finished with 27 completions on 42 attempts, rams quarterback where ice Perkins filled in for the injured Matt Stafford. He threw for a touchdown pass, but also had two interceptions. The defending Super Bowl champions are now three and 8. Greg eklund, Kansas City
Joe Burrow's TD to Higgins lifts Bengals over Titans 20-16
"Just as they did in the playoffs last season, the Cincinnati Bengals came into Nashville and knocked off the Tennessee Titans. This time by a score of 20 to 16. Bengals quarterback Joe burrow went 22 of 37 for 270 yards and a touchdown through the air while samaj P Ryan, filled in nicely for the injured Joe Mixon, carrying the ball 17 times for 58 yards at a score, as well as four catches for another 35 yards. P Ryan says getting into a rhythm early helped build his confidence in this one. His first start since 2020. If you can get into rhythm early, of course, is going to help and it's not only going to help me, but it's also going to help the team, you know, just eating the clock down, wearing a defense now, you know, keeping their offense on the sideline, keeping Derek in real and sideline. That's always a plus. The story of the game may have been the Cincinnati defense, holding two time NFL rushing leader Derrick Henry to a measly 38 yards on the ground. Jeremy kick over Nashville.
"defense" Discussed on National Defense Magazine Podcast
"Particularly autonomous ones at high speeds over extreme terrain. The armies ground vehicle systems center collaborated with Clemson university on deep orange 12, which was a project to develop a vehicle for the Indy autonomous challenge. Masters students and Clemson's international center for automotive research worked with industry partners to develop a suite of sensors and hardware to replace the driver of an Indy car. The cars debuted in October 2021, running solo laps to prove the technology. In January they went head to head at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, passing each other at speeds up to 160 mph. One challenge for autonomous technology is getting a vehicle to constantly assess and adapt to the terrain, as well as the vehicle's own physics. The army has been working with the racing and academic communities on how to teach a vehicle to learn mobility limits and make constant adjustments. While the racing industry might have specific pieces of technology that could inform or transfer over to military vehicles, it is how the industry is innovating with model based systems, engineering, and virtual prototyping tools that could be the most useful to the army right now. While the army is looking to learn all it can from racing, there are practical limitations. The biggest barrier to bringing racing innovations to army vehicles is scale and army officials said, while a racing technology could solve an army need in theory, it might be too expensive to produce at volume. The second challenge is visible in the pits, legions of engineers, technicians, and analysts glued to computer screens, monitoring reams of real-time vehicle data and making constant adjustments throughout a race. There are also challenges on the operational side of the personal equation when the army introduces highly technical software defined systems. Also for the army to keep pace with innovation, it needs to change how it recruits, hires, and trains the army officials said next, the armies joint counter small unmanned aircraft systems office is leading the effort to address how the military will combat adversaries use of small drones, both now and in the future. The demonstrate capabilities and inform future requirements. The office has concluded exercises twice a year with the services and industry. Three exercises have been held so far and focused on a range of technology areas, including low collateral interceptors that can neutralize small UAS inexpensive ground launched and handheld capabilities and high powered microwave technology. A fourth demonstration held in September looked at the system's evaluated in past exercises and other fielded counter drone capabilities to reevaluate how the updated technology has improved. Once it identifies capability gaps, the office will work with industry technology available while also leveraging the services to build prototypes. One of the technologies the military has decided to invest in is the army's coyote drone, which is part of the howler counter UAS system. Coyote is a tube launch drone that is deployable from the ground, air, or on ships, according to the manufacturer Raytheon. It features a seeker and a warhead, making it capable to identify and eliminate adversary drones. Another mounted system, the joint office selected, is the Marine Corps marine air defense integrated system, which uses both kinetic and electronic warfare jamming methods to block radio frequencies and neutralize enemy drones. In addition, the office has selected the forward area air defense command and controlled system as its battlefield management system. The platform was the army system for a short range air defense and counter rocket artillery and mortar missions, according to the service. The office is also standing up a joint counter small unmanned aircraft system academy by fiscal year 2024 to create more holistic training across the services. Moving forward, the office will continue hosting demonstrations and work closely with industry and agencies across the department to synchronize counter drone solutions. Last, new air and missile defense systems are some of the army's top modernization priorities that the service has promised would be in the hands of soldiers by fiscal year 2023. Now, a mix of coordinated technologies from directed energy weapons to advanced radars are on track for fielding in the coming months. Raytheon intelligence and space is set to deliver all the subsystems for the directed energy maneuver short-range air defense to the army by the end of October a company executive said. The systems will be integrated onto four striker fighting vehicles and then sent for further training with soldiers. Once the newly finished subsystems are integrated, there is a possibility that the laser equipped strikers could be sent overseas for real operations in 2023, the Raytheon executive said. The technology consists of a 50 kW laser that is designed to engage with and defeat various aerial threats, including drones, rotary wing aircraft, rockets, artillery, and motors. The initial objective of the directed energy program was to have one third of the army's striker vehicles be equipped with laser weapons as opposed to kinetic variants. The service's vision is to have vehicles mounted with lasers work in tandem with those outfitted with the maneuver short-range air defense, which is equipped with a weapon platform designed by Leonardo DRS, with sensors, direct fires, missiles, two gun variants, and Raytheon's stinger missile launcher. Raytheon is also overcoming production delays to deliver another capability for the army's air and missile defense portfolio. The lower tier air and missile defense sensor. Intended as a replacement for the Raytheon made, patriot system, the 360° radar is designed to detect evolving aerial threats, such as ballistic and cruise missiles, fixed wing aircraft, and unmanned aerial systems. Despite the delays, Raytheon is on track to deliver four prototypes to the army mandated by Congress no later than December 2023, a company spokesperson said. At the center of the service's future missile missions will be the army integrated air and missile defense system. The platform links current and upcoming censors, weapons, and mission command technologies into a common integrated fire control capability across all echelons and army spokesperson said. Check out our website and read more stories in the most recent issue of national defense at WWW dot national defense magazine dot org. 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"defense" Discussed on Now Try This
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"defense" Discussed on Food Heaven Podcast
"Yeah, yeah, it's so important to listen to your body. Sounds like a broken record. But it really is important because, yeah, you want to just pay attention to how your body is feeling when you're eating different types of carbohydrates. Maybe you aren't able to digest that Apple so well for whatever reason. And I don't know, maybe like an orange is a better choice. You're noticing that you're not eating a good amount of fiber. And so as a result, you're having issues going to the bathroom. And so that's like kind of like a little flag that you can pay attention to or you're noticing that whatever. It's just like all these little signals that your body is sending you, you can use that to inform your eating as well so that you feel your best with whatever it is that you decide to eat. No, I a 100% agree. And I think to paying attention to your energy levels is really important. Because science shows us that for the most part, let's say, you know, it's lunchtime, and you're like, huh, should I choose between cake or like a meal, right? And you're gonna just go back to work on your computer. If you're focused on how you feel and energy, you might find that if you have just a cake that you're probably maybe gonna crash, right? But if you have the meal, you'll probably have a little more sustained energy for the afternoon to kind of power you through. Another way to look at it is maybe even having the meal with the cake, right? Because then you're not having the cake, which is those simple carbs by itself, you're having the cake with a meal so you're getting fats, you're getting protein, you're getting fiber, and that all together is going to help to stabilize your blood sugar levels. So I really do think it is trial and error. And one of the things I pay most attention to is do I crash after this food and if I'm trying to decide what to eat, I might try to pick something that's not gonna make me crash. If I know that I need energy and I'm not in a place where I can just crash all day. So that's another way to kind of approach it..
"defense" Discussed on Food Heaven Podcast
"Everyone, welcome back to another episode of the food have been podcast Wendy, quick question for you. Before you became a dietician, what was your thought about carbohydrates? You know, to be honest, I didn't really think about carbohydrates as in carbohydrates. I just carbs are like one of my favorite foods. So I just kind of like, I feel like potatoes has always been one of my faves. And I would just kind of eat it and not really think about it. However, when I did become a dietician, I feel like I started to notice that so many carbs were demonized, especially carbs that come from Latin America and the African Diaspora. Tortillas like, oh my God, I can't tell you when I used to work in the clinics. All of the doctors, not tortillas. And I'm like, leave tortillas alone or like the rice. Whatever. I'm like, what in the world? I never really used to think about it before. And then when I became a dietician, I'm like, oh God, it's like everywhere. Everyone's hating on cards. I know. I agree. And any time I just hear the carb hateration, just a part of my soul dies because it's like, y'all, we need carbs. Carbs are amazing. Yeah. So we're going to talk about why they are amazing why we need them. The different types of carbs in this episode and I just want you to listen and if you are one of those people who has unfortunately been misinformed about carbohydrates, just listen to this episode because we are going to go in defense of carbs today. Yeah, yeah. I think there's just a lot of confusion. So I think people tend to associate carbohydrates with, I don't know, like bread, cake. Pastries, which are great, but there are so many foods that are actually carbohydrates. And I think a lot of people just don't really know what carbohydrates mean they don't really understand, have a full understanding of all of the foods that have carbohydrates. And also that they're an essential food group. They have so many benefits. And this makes total sense too, because working in the medical field, it's not just hearsay. Doctors are literally telling patients, if you eat carbs, you're going to get diabetes or your diabetes is going to worsen or I've seen it all. You eat this kind of carb..
"defense" Discussed on Today, Explained
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"defense" Discussed on Today, Explained
"I mean, these self defense laws seem like they'd apply most soundly to situations where you're trying to protect your home or your property, but a lot of these cases are taking place in public. Do we have a clear set of parameters about how self defense laws or stand your ground laws work when you're not on your property when you're in the middle of a city like Kenosha? Sure. Well, under English law, and this is the law that we inherited in the United States. If you kill someone in public and you raise the defensive self defense, your self defense claim fails. If you reasonably could have safely retreated to avoid whatever the danger was. And that's still the law in various states that maintain that common law tradition. So in other words, traditionally, the law of self defense scrutinizes lethal defensive violence, more closely in public places. But in many places across the country, either through a court decision or more recently through standard ground laws, the law shifted so that defendants don't have to retreat. If they're lawfully wherever they are, and they did not unlawfully provoke the conflict. So these stand your ground laws broad in the range of circumstances when it's permissible to kill another person in public and receive the benefit of the law of self defense. And at the same time, there's an ongoing debate in the United States about the lawfulness and the desirability of people carrying handguns in public for self defense and for the protection of the community. And this is something that is actually getting litigated at the Supreme Court right now. So in that case, the case that's pending before the Supreme Court right now is called New York State rifle and pistol association versus Bruin. Mister Clement, mister chief justice and May it please the court. The text of the Second Amendment enshrines a right not just to keep arms but to bear them. And it was just argued, actually, a couple weeks ago. It involves a Second Amendment challenge to New York strict permitting law for the public carry of concealed handguns. In New York, for over a century now. In order to get a permit to carry a concealed handgun in public, you need to show height and need for self defense, something that separates your security needs from the general public. And certainly, wanting to carry a handgun to police fellow citizens, like what we saw in Kenosha would not count. About 80 million Americans live in places that have a similar law to New York. And in these places right now it's fairly difficult to get a permit to carry a concealed handgun in public. But during oral arguments is seen that the conservative justices and right now the conservative justices make up a majority of the Supreme Court, viewed the constitutionality of the New York law with skepticism. There are a lot of armed people on the streets of New York and in the subways late at night right now, aren't there? I don't know that there are a lot of armed people. No. I'm talking about. And if it turns out that they strike it down, that would mean that it would be much easier to lawfully carry a handgun in New York and other states with similar policies. And you might expect to see the dynamics of somebody carrying a handgun and fearful that the handgun will be taken from them and turned against them. You might expect to see that circumstance. Happened more frequently. And where do you think it leaves us? Should we just expect to see more cases like the Kyle rittenhouse case or even the Ahmad Arbery case as more people are armed and carrying weapons in public becomes even more normalized in the United States? Well, one thing I wouldn't be surprised to say is that if the trend continues that more and more people are carrying guns in public. And if the Supreme Court strikes down New York's law and makes it easier to carry a handgun in public. I think that that's going to put pressure on policymakers to take a really close look at the law of self defense. And see whether or not the law of self defense is calibrated for that environment. And if not to see what sorts of changes to the law of self defense might be made that could make it clear to the public. When self defense is permissible and maybe make it harder to succeed with a claim of self defense. It feels increasingly like we are being encouraged in this country to be afraid of the other, whether we should be packing heat because we're scared that some guy might open fire in public or because, you know, we're leery of protesters and we think they're all looters who are going to light our businesses on fire, or we're unarmed people who don't want to own guns who are afraid that when we go out and ask someone to turn down their music or accidentally cut someone off on the highway, they're going to come and shoot us. So you get that sense? I do. I think that fear plays into this on all sides. There's data out there that shows that when gun carriers carry their guns, they feel safer by doing it. And this might not actually bear any relationship to reality. So for instance, fewer than 1% of self defense confrontations actually involve a firearm. And the vast majority of defensive confrontations involve no weapon whatsoever. But there still is this fear that is driving the carrying a firearms in public, and on the other side is driving the desire to restrict firearms from the public square. Fear is definitely a.
"defense" Discussed on Today, Explained
"Fact patterns that we see in written house and also in the trial of Zimmerman. And the trial of the men who killed Arbery, three white men in Georgia, chased down Arbery, who's a black man, he was out for a run, and they claimed that they thought he was a burglar who they wanted to arrest. Of course, they weren't police officers. So this would be a so called citizen's arrest. You could have just let him run. Correct? I could have, but I also wanted to make sure that everything was okay. Down the road to see what was happening. I wanted to ask him at least asking what was happening. And when Arbery tried to run away, they cornered him, and he ran at one of them, who was holding a gun, and that man shot him several times killing him. He had my gun. He struck me. It was obvious that he was attacking me that if he would have got the shotgun for me, then it was a life or death situation. And I'm going to have to stop him from doing this. So I shot. And all three of those men are on trial, and as in the other cases, the Zimmerman trial and the rittenhouse trial, they claimed that the killing was lawful, self defense. And in all three cases, you've got the people claiming self defense having firearms and at least some of the people they shot, being unarmed. That's right. It's important when you consider these cases of self proclaimed protectors of the piece to take stock of the fact that they did this policing, carrying guns. And that raises another interesting thing that ties all these cases together. In the written house and the ongoing Georgia prosecution part of why the defendants say lethal force was necessary was that they were afraid of their own guns being taken from them. So there's some circular logic here. And both written house and the case arriving out of Arbery's killing. Men show up with guns to supposedly maintain Law & Order. And when a predictable confrontation ensues, they worry that their own guns will be used against them. And so they shoot. So their vigilantism and their decision to do it with guns becomes intertwined with. And arguably even gives rise to their claim of self defense. And for written house at least, it worked during his trial. How is the self defense defense supposed to work? Is there some sort of clear legal.
"defense" Discussed on Today, Explained
"So the prosecution sorta ended up doing the defense's job. What did the defense do? Well, the defense put on Kyle rittenhouse, who, you know, I thought was an extremely well prepared witness. That's where I run. Anyway, you can just relax for a minute. He got very emotional early on in the testimony. And then we never saw that kind of emotion again. You know, there's been a lot of debate. Was that emotion real? Did he fake it? You know, I was there. I thought it was real. But I don't know who he was crying for, right? The prosecution will tell you, he was crying for himself. He was crying for the situation that he found himself in. It is true that he started crying when he said, I was cornered by Joseph rosenbaum. You know, he didn't cry when he said, and I had a shoot, Joseph rosenbaum. Mister huber runs up, he, as I'm getting up, he strikes me in the neck with a skateboard a second time. Then what happened? He grabbed my gun and I can feel it pulling away from me and I can feel the strap starting to come off my body. And what do you do then? I fire one shot. I thought that was actually a strong point for the prosecution and their closings to sort of don't buy Kyle rittenhouse's tears. He wasn't he wasn't crying because lives were lost. He was he was crying because, you know, he could be in trouble for it. I don't think he saved his case. I don't think he heard his case. I just think it was sort of neutral. So witnesses for the prosecution and Kyle rittenhouse's testimony itself did a lot to underscore the defense's narrative that these shootings were an act of self defense, and then the other charge here related to the fact that rittenhouse was apparently too young to even be caring such a fireman at all, got thrown out by the judge, what happened there? So it's a misdemeanor charge in Wisconsin for carrying a gun underage. And I think most people thought that was what Kyle rittenhouse would be would be convicted of because the charge was pretty clear. He was charged with having a loaded firearm under the age of 18. And when you read the Wisconsin statute, it says that you can't have a deadly weapon if you're under the age of 18. You can't publicly openly carry one. And it lists what deadly weapons are and firearms loaded or unloaded are on that list. But then if you get down later in the statute, it has like an exemption if you're 16 or younger and hunting and you've passed the hunting safety course. Or that you could carry just as long as the gun or the firearm is not a short barrel rifle. And it's a very confusing statute. It's one that prosecutors pointed out to the judge. Judge no 6. There have been many discussions about this couch. I'm not going to rehash everything. The state disagrees with the interpretation, the court, the court has established but the judge said that the law was unclear. And when laws are unclear, sort of the tie goes to the defendant, right? Like you always want to sort of air in the defendant's column so to speak. And that, you know, is sort of the legal standard, but at the same time, the judge waited until just minutes before closing arguments to toss it. If he had tossed it before trial, if the judge had tossed it then, prosecutors could have taken it to a higher court, that court could have made the decision once and for all. But the timing of the decision was such that the prosecution had no recourse. They just had a sort of role with the punches. And the judgment made a comment when he was tossing it. There were always was access to the Court of Appeals all along here. Well, I guess that's not fair for me to say, because I was sitting on it. But that's all shame on me. And I know this judge took a lot of heat and this is really the only time that I thought, wow. That was something that would be hard to legally justify sort of laughing about the idea that you sat on it. I mean, the judge took a lot of heat did he put his finger on the scale or do you think he remained neutral throughout? Yeah, he took a ton of heat. I saw Saturday Night Live, had like an impersonation of him, even Saturday during their cold opening. But that did not give my client an unfair advantage in any way. You said my client, do you mean the defendant? Oh. Yeah, sure. And keep doing that. I think a lot of his decisions legal experts told me were legally justifiable decisions. People who know him have described him as the kind of judge who gives the defense, a lot of leeway to present their case, the problem is, right? We want defendants to have the chance to make their cases. But that's not how it's working every day in courtrooms across the country. The defendants aren't always getting the benefit of the doubt that judge Schrader was given to Kyle rittenhouse. And though judge Schrader may give that to all defendants and by all the accounts I heard he does, I think it was still jarring for the public because we know that in courthouses across the country. There are defendants, particularly defendants of color who aren't getting that wide berth to defend themselves. And they're also not having a defense team like the one that Kyle rittenhouse has. That was funded by donations largely raised in conservative circles. I think if you turned on the news this weekend, you could hear all sorts of people tell you what to think of this verdict. But how was it actually received locally in Kenosha, you were there? As an American, that's what this trial is about. Mostly it was people just sort of drawing at each other and pointing at each other and saying, you know, frankly, horrible things to each other. But, you know, I spoke to bishop tavis grant, director for rainbow push, and he was out there. And he said, you know, this is actually how the First Amendment is supposed to work. With people being able to shout at each other and get angry at each other, and then, you know, share from the same snack pool, which is what they did. They had pop tarts and Gatorade and they would they share. They had a communal sort of buffet on the courthouse steps. And at one point someone did bring a bunch of pizzas to share and there was a pizza party on the steps and people they prayed together before eating and you know, at the end of the day, I'd be leaving the courthouse and I would see a gun someone holding a free Kyle sign and somebody holding a BLM sign and they'd be sharing a cigarette. And.
"defense" Discussed on Today, Explained
"Defense to clear in this case. He's a chaos tourist. He was there to see what's going on, act important, be a big deal. And then the moment a little bit of that chaos comes chaos comes back item. He cowardly shoots him in. Instead of fighting back. The prosecution relied heavily on videos. And it relied on witness.
"defense" Discussed on National Defense Magazine Podcast
"In August 2020, the company began the building and testing segment of the program. However, the effort has faced setbacks following the discovery of a developmental issue and COVID-19 related supply chain problems, according to official and company executives. These issues caused the program schedule to slip, pushing back a milestone C decision to 2023. It also required modifications to the air force's projected budget for the program. In president Joe Biden's fiscal 2022 budget request, the air force asked for $188.9 million in research, development, test, and evaluation funding and procurement funding for the T 7 a, however, that is $17.5 million less in research and development funding than the service had projected for fiscal 2022 and the most recent future years defense program. Another issue has been the impact of COVID-19 on the T 7 a's brand new supply chain, including shutdowns, quarantines, travel restrictions and delays to shipments of resources. However, Boeing engineers are working to mitigate the delays. Some of which lasted 5 to 7 months as the ongoing pandemic continues to cause disruptions. Meanwhile, Boeing has flown more than 300 flights on prototype aircraft, sometimes flying multiple times a day. The air force plans to accept delivery of 5 engineering and manufacturing development test aircraft and ground training devices according to budget documents. Development, test, and evaluation efforts for the program will continue throughout fiscal year 2022. Boeing plans to fly the first EMD jet by the end of the year. Next, the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic quickly brought home the dangers posed by biological threats. To address these evolving perils, The Pentagon is revamping how it tackles chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear defense, and is working to inject new technologies into its portfolio, officials hope the move will put the United States in a better position should the unthinkable happen again. The Pentagon is working with its international and interagency partners to improve its integrated early warning systems, enclosing gaps in the nation's information sharing processes related to biodefense, revealed by the pandemic..
"defense" Discussed on Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast
"But it's something in the 70 to 75 range of the number of industry partners on this, you know, I think most contractors will say that jazz C two old domain command control push the department is making is a business opportunity for them. But who's really who's really the clear leader in this, you know, their bits and pieces that companies may plug into, but back to the point that you just raised my client. I don't think the market is really figured out the market investors haven't forgot who's kind of the anointed leader in this. And is it really going to be big enough to materially change the growth expectations for any one contractor? The large publicly traded ones. The last week, the CEO of Lockheed Martin gave a speech, and it was all about the network. And so there, I think you see, you know, a big prime trying to adapt to the new situation, but there's not firm guidance yet coming out of DoD to say one way or the other. To choose a winner. And again, you know, one of the things that I thought was interesting yesterday, again, because the conference is chatham House rules, but there was a speaker who said, you know, you really don't have the leadership yet in DoD to kind of push this thing and kind of get the three services all pointed in the same direction. And he raised if I recall two or three options where this could play out that maybe you need an equivalent of a missile defense agency, for example, to is there a jazzy two agency that's combatant command? But you have to have some kind of you can't just have the three services running in relative close coordination with one another. And I frankly think there may be a budgetary aspect to do this too. I've yet to see that the jazz see two line item in the Department of Defense budget. I'm aware of some of the companies that really mine the budget documents and can pull all these separate strands together. But the market right now I think is also having a little bit of difficulty is to understanding how big a market is jazzy to what exactly does it mean and who is going to really provide the building blocks for that? Is it all software? It's got to be processors. It's going to be radios antennas. I mean, everything you think of when you talk about moving data around at the speed and the security that DoD wants in the data. And I just want to follow up Jen, you were talking about Jim tackle at CEO of Lockheed giving the speech last week and talking more about is what we'll call the 5G mill idea and how he wants to make Lockheed at the forefront of that. And that's wonderful. I wrote a column a little bit in praise of Lockheed and tackled trying to make that change..
"defense" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"Than he thought he would than anyone thought he would over. And i said this was the giants. Were churkin lens. No i mean you know a team. That's probably not going to be that good that nobody really has in high regard at this point and washington took a far worse beating. Then they should have done. You would have expected them. Three hundred ninety one yards in total offense for the giants. They didn't have that in the entire twenty twenty season. You have to go back to twenty nineteen to find a giants offense that rolled up that many yards against an opponent tommy. They're concerned out there about the defense. They're not alarmed. They're not panicked because they have. They believe and i would agree with this. They've got enough talent to be a really good defense. Maybe not an elite defense but they've got enough talent to be a very good defense and they haven't played that way in the first two games in there is some concern out there. And it's the concern that ron rivera has expressed to me on the radio show now to three times when i've asked him you know asked him before the season. What's your biggest concern said maturity and then after the opener i said the maturity that you were talking about is it a discipline maturity like on defense. He said yes. I'm paraphrasing here. But it's very clear that the maturity that he was talking about is a level of discipline and the discipline that i believe he is Really referring to is that defensively you know. He and jack del rio in the defensive staff you know. This goes back to last year where they had some issues teaching new techniques to some of the players that had been there and there was actually some pushback from some of the guys that had been there and it was the old really. You guys were three and thirteen last year. Why don't we try our way ended. Eventually you know played out that the defense had a good season albeit against a pretty weak group of teams offensively anyway on that they faced We've been through all of that but there is legitimate concern that this defense and a scheme that requires a level of discipline and a An environment of it our way and do your job the way we've told you do our job. We don't like a lot of freelancing for the lack of a better description and there's some concern that they're getting too much of that right now From how many players. I have no idea but from at least a couple in one of those would be chase young because jay sean and i pointed out here in the post game recap podcast. Last week played a little bit. You know freelance freelancing ish in that game on that slot corner by kendall fuller which we talked about he almost got in the way almost tripped them up. anyway They want more played our way. Do with the way we've taught you how to do it and everything will be fine. And that's not necessarily what they've gotten through two games. So i can tell you that there is some frustration slash concern about this now again. Are they panicked. No they've got talent. They understand it and you know They got a coach. It up a lot of this is on them. I'm to coach it up but You know they're gonna get by the way they're going to get a quarterback who was one of those quarterbacks that when we looked at the schedule we thought who josh allen. Top ten quarterback. I still think he is a top ten quarterback but he is not played like a top ten quarterback in these first two games. He's had a rough start to the season. So this will be an interesting matchup. Sunday between a defense. It was supposed to be great against a quarterback that was supposed to be great and yet neither one of them. The defence for washington or the quarterback for buffalo has played that well in the first two games. Well i mean you look you you you watch miami game. I didn't watch miami game. I'm sure what you saw as accurate But the pattern that i talked about is teams not just playing offense. It's not playing well but doing their best having like some of the best days. I mean the chargers i'd four hundred twenty four yards of offense. That's the most they had since the beginning of november last year. And you go back to the. You know the The playoff game last year. I mean i know. It's tom brady. I know it's the eventual super bowl champions but they had five hundred and seven yards of offense so teams are not just offensively playing. Well they're they're. They're playing their best offensively against this. You and given the fact that daniel jones Mobility gave the defense such a problem that.
"defense" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
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"defense" Discussed on The Mom Room
"Defense mechanisms are psychological strategies to protect a person from anxiety uncomfortable feelings or thoughts. They are typically unconscious. I hate that word. I can't say it so what that means is you may be doing them or someone else that like. They're doing these things to kind of reduce anxiety or an uncomfortable feeling or emotion and they may not really realize they're doing it or they might realize that they're doing it but not understand. Why so what i found is that after learning about defense mechanisms and really diving. Deep into them. I started to be able to be more self aware when i was using them and then think like like i just did that. Why did i do that. Why is that making me feel uncomfortable so it is super interesting and and hopefully you start to recognize these things in your everyday life after listening to this episode so i will start with the more adaptive defense mechanisms meaning that they are healthier defense mechanisms to us. I will just go down the list here. So these are the ones that i was trained to code so number one is affiliation so when someone deals with emotional issues by reaching out to others for help or support so when you reach out to someone else for emotional support or for advice whatever it might be your attachment needs are also being met and you are improving your ability to cope with whatever is going on and if you can think of a time where you were going through something and you talked to someone about it you probably notice that as soon as you verbalize what you were going through to someone else that you're close to That you have a secure attachment relationship with but you instantly felt better. I know that. That's the case for me. Like for example when i was struggling with postpartum anxiety a soon as i verbalize it to my family and to my husband what was going on. I instantly felt better like okay. It's out in the open. I'm okay second. High adoptive defense mechanism is altruism. So you have an emotional issue or a stressor and you deal with that by fulfilling the needs of others this one for some reason just reading that makes me think about moms so in altruism there also might be a direct reward for the person that is doing the altruistic behavior. So you're doing things for other people but there may be self interest there as well so if somebody went through something really difficult in their life. Let's say addiction And then they recover part of what they would do to continue to feel good about the addiction or things that a struggle with would be to say become an addictions counselor. So that's an example of
"defense" Discussed on Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin
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Not at all generation of women who i was caught in between i was encouraged to go to school All the way through a bachelor's degree in the first Discretionary move was whether you're going to graduate school in how long so i came from that but There was still unloaded standing. You you have to continue to be Lady whatever that meant it was a big nebulous germ and for the most part. I was able to avoid it by. Do see trying to be proactive Topic of the cans came up. That activity oftentimes goes into conflict with the whole rise of the care. Karen 'isms and i think that's this is something that's very very difficult to look at because on one hand we say we're hearing a message to to all of us but to women's the sedgwick biko after be independent be preempt but on the other hand don't be a care and what is the can't oftentimes acuna someone who is proactive. And who says. Let me speak to your manager. Nothing great karen line stays it a carolina's let me speak to your manager will wait a minute. Now we're getting caught. I can hear the necessary. But i are younger. People other women who are trying to go. I they gain a message that this is not a good thing particularly. If you're a millennial here this is a bad thing that can can. I was listening to. What my favorite comics at joe and i went to an outdoor accommodate to see elisa slush ginger. If she were listening for any reason please come on the show. Please pretty please. She was going to the defense of karen. She was saying when you call somebody a care and what you mean is that they are aggressive or not even aggressive assertive. Know what they want. Ask for what they want. Stand their ground and these are great qualities that exactly so. How does it become such a a pejorative by. Don't think i think the subtext is is a commentary to women. I what is what is the male counterpart to care. That is such a good question. I don't know. I thought it was chad. But it's not the same connotation oh no every not everybody but most people now if you talk about don't be a care annot sapling what you're talking about it saying don't be a chair. I don't know that they would get it. I think that there's a very subtle messages seeking in there that is contrary to the the commentary that you find to provide. I know you were very very young when you had joe. Who's forty one. Oh he was eligible. This gray hair comes from my clients not not from the genetic causes our aging at all. I love it and it's very in right now. So you are before the trend in your generation. When you were coming of age was asking for what you want. In these negotiating situations whether it's bill collectors are homeowners association or for a raise Of the see was to be made a of in my financial. I love this so much. The more and more we talk about it the more and more. We're we're finding out your negotiating inflator. Nesting doll of negotiations in your generation was that frowned upon or was just not done or talked about. I think that was my camp. I thought it was very much a ones liver and he was. He was the one who's Design i saw him in relationship to my mother into me is being someone who felt that women should have equal voice. So i really wasn't an issue. Until i got married and i felt like okay could continue very independent dialogue and there are many contractors. Many people came out who did not want to hear from me. They wanted to talk to my husband. I don't know those a generation of long played in in california but we're the the woman defers to her husband. And i'm going like no. No no no first of all my husband at that time was not the slightest. Bit interested is his motto. Was you take care which is fine by. He and the other part was that i really had to work. Through a mile of masculine resistance in the trades. So it sounds like you. And i know you're not speaking for your entire generation but perhaps a lot of women of that generation might have cairns bottled up in five them. Don't think he was shushed for many many years or nobody wanted to negotiate with your even talk to you about money. I think i think to a degree. You're right. I think there's i still see somewhat of a patronizing attitude amongst people in the financial industry dealing with the women. A woman the stiffly without any you know. Do you want to anybody else to go now. I definitely make the decisions independently. Obviously with the permission that they're going to be providing. But i lost going to be asking questions that i think.
"defense" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show
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"defense" Discussed on Premium Hoops
"Oh did i just like to everybody who did just lie to. You lied to me. I don't even want you to cut this. I want this. What this disgraced. Even moose's piston. Yeah jimmy butler was in the league the next year. I think 'cause i thought for a second to that jimmy was on his team wild. Yeah okay so. I mistaken there but yeah lineups from the head dan. Gibson and noah. And noah i weirdly. I don't know when i was watching him. I was like there's no way this great rim-protector. I must've been missed remembering that. No he was really quick up to the rim really quickly he pounced. He kinda shocked me a couple of times. I'm sure shock. Some driving offensive players to But there was man. I was watching pacers game with them. And this is so weird. I've never seen the team do this. So danny granger at the time. I'm afraid now my say the wrong year was danny granger on the pacers was on the pacers. Okay i remind wash same games. I was watching for the first round. The playoffs yeah. Yeah so at one point. Grainger like was running around a screen and hibbert was setting the screen like setting it downstream near the free throw line and when granger got out to the top of the three point line showed wilding was like running around the screen to contest him and at the time Who was it. That was out there. Both bogans and boozer just like closed in on the rimmed gases. Actually i was i. I remember watching the same earlier today. their help defense was insanely good like they all rotated so well. I think they have the best defensive communication out of lives teams that we watch like i will be fairly carlos boozer he tried on defense Some at least some points. The when the team was good he was trying it. Towards the end. I remember carlos boozer not trying very much as a defender with the bulls But yes in terms of just looking at that like dang as a help defender was really good..