35 Burst results for "Deputy Director"
Kash Patel: Durham May Build a Conspiracy Case Against Andrew McCabe
"But then I thought to myself and Jim said it during the break We always chatting Chips like you know really pisses me off He's like Andrew weissman Who Now Mueller was out of it You heard him testify publicly I'm not absolving him of wrongdoing Mueller folks Let me be clear But he was so clearly out of it in the hearing you wonder how much he really knew about wiseman was his bulldog And weissman was briefed cash in August of 2016 about the dossier and then gets the bulldog position under Mueller to go after Trump for what weissman now categorically knows was a hoax This is third world Cuba style stuff No Jim's right This guy ran the special counsel's investigation not based on facts and law but based on pure politics And he admitted it and he got hired to do that job anyway This is the same guy that texted the Deputy Attorney General The attorney general Sally Yates the day after she got fired rightly so by Trump and he texted her and he said basically we love you Thanks for being a political monster What kind of computers did me as a former federal prosecutor How can you be okay with that But that Andy I'll check one to Jim on that Andy and I go to the biggest culprit is Miami Andy mccabe That guy orchestrated this entire Russia gate hoax as a deputy director of the FBI and a reminder everybody He got fired for lying to federal investigators about leaking information to the media about the Clinton email server investigation That's the guy that was running the insurance plan with the lovebirds in his office In August of 2016 and that's the guy that signed off in the most salacious Pfizer warrant and lied to a federal court That guy I have always said this all roads lead to Andy mccabe and I think John dermot building the criminal conspiracy case that's going to knock him out
Congress dives into UFOs, but no signs of extraterrestrials
"Congresses congresses congresses congresses held held held held its its its its first first first first hearing hearing hearing hearing in in in in half half half half a a a a century century century century on on on on unidentified unidentified unidentified unidentified flying flying flying flying objects objects objects objects I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with what what what what the the the the Pentagon Pentagon Pentagon Pentagon is is is is saying saying saying saying reports reports reports reports of of of of sightings sightings sightings sightings are are are are frequent frequent frequent frequent and and and and continuing continuing continuing continuing but but but but deputy deputy deputy deputy director director director director of of of of naval naval naval naval intelligence intelligence intelligence intelligence Scott Scott Scott Scott Bray Bray Bray Bray did did did did not not not not suggest suggest suggest suggest there there there there evidence evidence evidence evidence of of of of extraterrestrial extraterrestrial extraterrestrial extraterrestrial life life life life but but but but rather rather rather rather the the the the result result result result of of of of quad quad quad quad copters copters copters copters and and and and unmanned unmanned unmanned unmanned aerial aerial aerial aerial systems systems systems systems that that that that are are are are in in in in our our our our airspace airspace airspace airspace identification identification identification identification of of of of what what what what we we we we can can can can classify classify classify classify as as as as clutter clutter clutter clutter mylar mylar mylar mylar balloons balloons balloons balloons and and and and other other other other types types types types of of of of of of of of your your your your trash trash trash trash and and and and improvements improvements improvements improvements in in in in the the the the capabilities capabilities capabilities capabilities of of of of our our our our various various various various sensors sensors sensors sensors to to to to detect detect detect detect things things things things in in in in our our our our airspace airspace airspace airspace the the the the Pentagon Pentagon Pentagon Pentagon has has has has picked picked picked picked a a a a director director director director for for for for a a a a task task task task force force force force on on on on what what what what it it it it calls calls calls calls unidentified unidentified unidentified unidentified aerial aerial aerial aerial phenomena phenomena phenomena phenomena lawmakers lawmakers lawmakers lawmakers from from from from both both both both parties parties parties parties say say say say UFOs UFOs UFOs UFOs are are are are a a a a national national national national security security security security concern concern concern concern in in in in which which which which case case case case brace brace brace brace says says says says much much much much needs needs needs needs to to to to remain remain remain remain classified classified classified classified we we we we do do do do not not not not want want want want potential potential potential potential adversaries adversaries adversaries adversaries to to to to know know know know exactly exactly exactly exactly what what what what we're we're we're we're able able able able to to to to see see see see or or or or understand understand understand understand or or or or how how how how we we we we come come come come to to to to the the the the conclusions conclusions conclusions conclusions we we we we make make make make Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Washington Washington Washington Washington
Media Matters' Brennan Suen Brags About Attacking Project Veritas
"Brennan suing is the deputy director of external affairs for media matters for George Soros I mean media matters And Brennan suing if that is his or her name I have no idea And why would it matter We don't believe in Genitalia binary genitalia whatever Brennan soon with media matters Is bragging and proud That they tried to destroy project veritas Let's take a listen shall we This is project veritas in one of their great investigative pieces Project marathon school Thank you We have people doing it It's just hard But actually you know they don't they're not on Twitter anymore So we have had some victories and get some of your horrible videos off So none of what anyone I don't know We've been doing that I do appreciate that They find ways They have this thing I forgot what they do They're trying to get people to share their stuff And it's on you the same engagement What can you guys do We monitor them and we expose them and we try to make sure people know what's going on Hopefully people are educated and don't fall for their project veritas media matters and I think you'll see Some of our content about it I should actually but it's not public you know we do a lot of stuff It partner works to raise awareness too So it's not always like that It's content on our website Aren't they great over there at media matters In my view a criminal front group they need a good tax audit that organization So they're bragging about trying to shut down project variables because they are nothing more than a radical in my opinion Marxist Anti speech un American
Eric Adams Demotes Brother From Deputy NYPD Commissioner to Deputy Director of Mayoral Security
"And Eric Adams, he's right along. He goes right along with it all. He hasn't taken on a challenge this whack job prosecutor or district attorney. They've got in New York now. But he did back pedal on a bizarre promotion he gave his brother. He had given his brother who was, I think the assistant director of parking at Virginia Commonwealth university, nothing that is anything wrong with being the assistant director of parking, but I'm not sure you should become a deputy NYPD commissioner. Well, it turns out mer Adams has now already demoted his brother after the pushback, city officials confirmed moments ago that mayor Adams little brother is now going to be the executive director of mayoral security. That's a number of notches lower in rank from his previously. Designated title. He's still going to do pretty well. He's going to get a salary of $210,000 a year. The retired NYPD sergeant, but that's 30,000 less from what he would be getting his deputy police commissioner. So I guess even Eric Adams saw the handwriting on the wall
Kash Patel: 'We're Seeing the Politicization of the National Security Apparatus of the U.S.'
"Our government in a variety of different roles. You were a partner with Devin Nunes in uncovering and masking. And later, I want to ask you about our friend Durham and how that entire project is progressing in your opinion. But I just want to ask you kind of more broadly, can you talk about the threats that the United States security state, the whole security apparatus poses against either conservative Americans or Christian Americans or what would be considered disagreeable political opinions and tie that together with what you uncovered in the Russia investigation with Donald Trump and how they entrap Donald Trump and they use the fisa court surveillance. Talk a little bit about that. Yeah, that's a great question. Look, it's all interconnected as you were alluding to right there. Basically, the sum and substance is what we are seeing as the politicization of the national security apparatus in the United States. The one apparatus that is supposed to be a political. The one apparatus from Donald Trump came in and said to me, when I was running his counter terrorism programs or was his deputy director of national intelligence or later over at DoD, was this is what we're doing. We're going to end the forever wars. We're going to wipe out Al-Qaeda senior leadership. We're going to kill the emirs of ISIS. Take out Soleimani, return American hostages, seal our southern border, prohibit Chinese fentanyl and opioids from pouring in and killing our youth. These are things that are apolitical and that you would think all Americans would want especially Americans who have children would want for their youth. And when Donald Trump got elected, that narrative got blown up. And it started with the Russia gate narrative, which I was fortunate enough to be the chief investigator on for chairman Nunes who wrote the Nunes memo. We wrote a report. We basically showed the largest criminal enterprise perpetuated by the Democratic Party and the Hillary Clinton campaign and intentionally faulty actors and Andrew mccabe and James Comey and clapper over in the FBI and IC to go to an intelligence court and say lying to an intelligence court just to surveil their opponent because they didn't like the guy. That trend,
Tracking Clinton Campaign Lawyer Michael Sussmann Since the Nunes Report
"So everything I did based on the house Intel drop was chrono chronological order as it was presented And it starts here From the Nunes memo both the DOJ and the FBI petitioned the fisa court to begin to surveil a Trump campaign adviser we later learned was Carter page On October 21st 2016 just two and a half weeks before the election The application had to be certified by the FBI's director or deputy director The attorney general Deputy Attorney General or assistant attorney general to the NSA The initial warrant on Carter page was issued and renewed three times Every 90 days which took you through the rest of the campaign Through the election the president elect period in the early months of the Trump presidency FBI director James Comey signed three of those fisa court warrants Comey sign three deputy FBI director Andrew mccabe signed one Deputy Attorney General's Sally Yates Dana bonetta and rod Rosenstein they signed one Christopher Steele was an FBI source He was initially paid first payment a $160,000 by the DNC and the Clinton campaign to create the dossier via Perkins coy and fusion GPS Okay so this is now the place where sussman fits in Everywhere we have the law firm Perkins coy We now know that was sussman
China, US in talks on military relations amid strained ties
"Defense officials from China and the US have held two days of talks in a small sign of progress I meant a continuing sharp downturn in relations the secure video conference held was led by the deputy director of the people's liberation army's office for international military cooperation and the U. S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of defense for China Chinese defense ministry spokesman said the sides exchanged in depth views on relations between the two countries and the two militaries and issues of common concern however he blamed continuous publication and containment of China but the U. S. for the considerable difficulties and challenges between the two many trees I'm sorry I. Shockley
How Thirsty Was the FBI for Michael Sussman's False Trump-Russia Claims?
"Just to kind of sum up where we are now. This break in the SPI geh case on Friday was important because it shows Hillary Clinton working with the FBI and a group of attorneys to fake these connections between Trump and Russia. And it shows an FBI more than willing to take the information in and eager and looking for an excuse to get in front of a judge and say it was real and the problem is, they kept flooding the zone. Hillary Clinton, with all of these sources say Trump's colluding with Russia whatever, and they kept telling the FBI they were working with the DNC and Hillary And it created a problem for the FBI because they couldn't tell a judge that So they needed a clean source. They needed a white knight to come in there. Someone clean as the driven snow with a clean C B. Oh, no, no. These people are just in here to tell us about Trump. They have no ulterior motives whatsoever. How do we know that? Because we know On September 19th of 2016 this white knight showed up. According to the allegations, the FBI and the indictment on Friday Michael Sussman, who is a lawyer working with Mrs Clinton, this is why I'm telling you, it's a bigger deal than you think. This guy is connected to everyone. There's no way John Door, um, locked him up for nothing. So he comes into the FBI office. And he says, I have information about Trump colluding with Russia. And according to the allegation, he says, Oh, I'm not working with anybody. I'm not here on behalf of any client. I'm just here giving you potential information about a criminal conspiracy. And the FBI is like yes, finally. Finally The FBI is like this is just great. We gotta sources clean. We can put his information down in a fight application. We can spy on Trump and we won't have to lie and tell a judge, you know, uh, cover up for Hillary Clinton or anything like that. So, it says. In the end I and the FBI's press release that suspects showed up September 19th 2016. Why is this suspicious? Because you learn later on If you watch my show today, the podcast you learn right now on the radio show. If you read the Inspector General Michael Horowitz report who looked at this entire story. There's a really interesting nugget in there again. Hat tip. Our friend full Nelson on social media is all over this stuff. Here it is. Remember, I want you to pay attention to something right here. The date The lawyer walks in. The FBI office is September 1920 16, where he meets with the FBI. And this is their clean source. Finally. They've been hearing all summer about Trump and the Russians and all the sources are dirty. They're telling people that working for Hillary, this is the one guy who said according to the indictment. No, no, I'm not working for anyone. They felt like they had it. How do I know the FBI is in on this? What I think. Let me read to you a piece of this footnote here. From the Horowitz report. The only express direction. We found that Andrew McCabe, who was the deputy director at the time gave regarding the use of a confidential human source concerned. A former confidential human source who contacted an FBI agent FBI Field office in late July. 2016 to report information from a colleague runs an investigative firm hired by two entities, the DNC as well as another individual to explore Donald Trump's long standing ties to Russian entities. So in of this part, one of the footnote, McCabe, the deputy director of the FBI knows that people are piling into FBI offices as early as July of 2016 who are working for Hillary and the DNC. Got it. Okay. Moving on. Good footnote goes on. The former confidential human source also gave the FBI agent a list of individuals and entities who surfaced in the firm's examination of Trump, which the former CHS described as mostly public source material. In mid September. 2016 Andrew McCabe told senior Special Agent one to instruct the FBI agent from the field office not to have any further contact with the former confidential human source and not to accept any information regarding the crossfire. Hurricane investigation Is it that timing Church lady
Suga Bows out of Party Vote
"Japan's prime minister you shahida suge is resigning. Here's what that means by amy guna. You'll shahida suge is bowing out. As prime minister of japan amid increasing anger over his government's handling of covert nineteen in the wake of the tokyo olympics. He announced friday that he will not seek reelection as leader of the liberal democrat party or ldp at the end of september suge age. Seventy two became prime minister just one year ago after long-serving prime minister shinzo ave stepped down over health concerns. He said during a party meeting friday that he wanted to focus on the corona virus pandemic instead of continuing on as the head of the ldp with a general election upcoming in the fall. Sagoes resignation paves the way for a new leader of the world's third largest economy. Here's what the know about subas resignation and what it means for japan. Why is suge stepping aside after just a year in office. Soukous popularity has plummeted over his handling of the corona virus. Pandemic japan is currently battling its largest wave of the virus since the pandemic began subas insincere and ambiguous comments and actions on containing the pandemic every single day have may japanese citizens very frustrated says yoshikazu cotto a research fellow at the racquet insecurities economic research institute in tokyo. The public nowadays basically does not trust the government at all suka hoped the olympics would help boost his popularity but despite a record medal count for japan has ratings sank even lower. The number of covert nineteen cases has surged to all-time highs in recent weeks in japan due to the more contagious delta variant. The japanese public angry after subas decision to hold the international event in the midst of a pandemic as increasingly ignored government pleas to stay at home support for the prime minister was below thirty percent in both july and august according to polls by local media suge has long been under pressure due to criticism of his corona virus response and a host of other issues says christie davila the deputy director of the asia program at the german marshall fund of the united states.
Taliban Declares 'Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan'
"The Taliban officially declared the formation of the Islamic emirate of Afghanistan. And it comes on Afghanistan's Independence Day. Today. It's been 102 years since the end of British rule in 1919, a video compile ation posted at the Fox News website is captioned videos Maroun the Kabul airport and from the A Salvador at District of Kunar province show Afghans running for cover her As Taliban fighters opened fire during Independence Day protests. In that video posted at Fox News as the Pentagon and update on the ongoing effort to airlift US citizens and Afghans who aided the US out of the country. General Hank Taylor is deputy director of joint staff regional operations. U. S military footprint in Kabul has now more than 5200. Total troops on the ground. Kabul airport remains secure and open for flight operations. There are now multiple gates that have access for entry into the airfield, which will help expedite processing in a safe and orderly manner. In the past 24 hours. 13 C seventeen's arrived with additional troops and equipment. Also 12 C seventeen's departed. These flights contain more than 2000 passengers. These flights left Kabul and arrived at designated safe havens in staging Earth in the Centcom area of Operation Since the start of
U.S. Troops Traveling to Afghanistan to Evacuate Embassy
"Kenny McCormick tells us Help is on the way to get Americans and our allies hours the U. S than Britain and now Canada are all sending troops to help reduce their embassy staffs. The U. S will station thousands of infantry troops at Kabul International Airport. They will help protect the airport and secure military flights. More than 3000 additional U. S troops will head to Kuwait in case they're needed. They can deploy quickly. CBS News, senior National Security contributor. And former CIA deputy director Michael Morell says this is concerning what happens to those tens of thousands. Probably 100,000 Afghans who worked for the United States the last 20 years. Those people will be under threat. We have to work as hard as we can to get them out of the
FDA to Hold Emergency Meeting on Johnson
"Holding an emergency meeting on the Johnson and Johnson Vaccine I Marilyn hider with today's coronavirus update. San Diego County and the rest of the state are pausing the use of the Johnson and Johnson. One dose vaccine do too rare blood clots found in six women, Dr Anthony Fauci says the pauses out of an abundance of caution. This is an unusual occurrence. Of a serious adverse event that you want to make sure before you go forward, you investigated thoroughly, and that's exactly what they're doing. They're pausing so that they could look at it more carefully. Six women between the ages of 18 and 48 developed blood clots a week or two after they were vaccinated. One woman died. The CDC is principal deputy director doctor and shook, it said Authorities have not seen similar clots after use of the visor or Madonna. Vaccines, and people should continue getting those vaccines. The CDC recommends people who were given the J and J vaccine who are experiencing severe headache, abdominal pain, leg pain or shortness of breath. Should contact their health care provider J and J said in statement It was aware of the reports of blood clots, but no link to its vaccine had been established. The company also says it's delaying the rollout of its vaccine in Europe as a precaution.
The Race to Succeed Germany’s Angela Merkel Just Got Exciting
"The partnership of germany's christian democrats and its bavarian sister group. The hugh has long been considered one of the most stable imposible politics and for the best part of twenty years. Angela merkel has brought to. This has strong and steady leadership both as chairwoman of the cd you and as chancellor of germany but the race to replace this autumn threatens to uprootal this as the two parties have endorsed rival candidates for chancellor the cd you has backed almond lash. The party's leader. The issue is throwing its weight behind the prime minister of bavaria. Marcus urda well to examine what this will mean for the party. And for germany's future. I'm joined by suited david philp. Who's the deputy director of the german marshall fund berlin and also by kirsten gamla these deputy editor of the parliamentary bureau of the deutsche citing. Now let's begin with you suda. This week has seen a series of stages in meetings to try and work out who will take the helm on friday yesterday. Those a four hour long session wasn't that we're both men set out their stall. Yes i mean this is really something that the cdc issue Are have found themselves in a really difficult situation. Because at this point you have two candidates vying to succeed merkel who are going to come out of this process damaged And it's going to split the party So it'll be really interesting to see how the conservative bloc comes out of this
Portage Park: Chicago police involved shooting reported
"Officers officers overnight, overnight, one one of of them them in in the the Portage Portage Park Park neighborhood. neighborhood. WGN's WGN's going going Marshall's. Marshall's. They're They're following following development. development. We're We're still still waiting waiting for for police police to to confirm confirm a a couple couple of of details details about this situation. But they're still here. Investigating here at the corner of Addison and Laramie. The situation happened about a block up on Eddie in Laramie. But we did speak to someone with police. And they did tell us that this was an officer involved. Shooting in the officer is okay right now. Deputy director of news affairs, Tom A. Herd tweeted out the photo of a gun that was recovered at the scene. The situation took place near the corner of Eddie and Laramie around midnight. Police have not said if a suspect is in custody, But we do know that the officer involved is okay again. Police are still here on the scene. About an hour after
Arkansas Senate OKs ban on treatments for transgender youth
"The arkansas state senate has passed a bill that would ban gender affirming care to transgender minors including hormones and puberty blockers if republican governor asa hutchinson signs. The bill arkansas will become the first state to ban gender affirming care to trans youth chase strange deputy director for transgender justice at the aclu's and hiv project. Denounce the bill. As quote the single most extreme anti trans law to ever pass through a state legislature.
Inside Frick Madison in New York
"Now on the eighteenth of march. The frick collection will launch frick madison. It's temporary new home on madison avenue in new york until now the collection of our master paintings and sculptures and decorative arts as in the gilded age mansion on central park bequeath to the public. By the industrialist henry clay frick when he died in one thousand nine hundred nineteen and it's more than doubled in size since then mentioned is now closed for renovation and expansion to accommodate collection and special exhibitions so the collection has moved a few blocks but in tune entirely different. Textual realm freak. Madison is housed in the bath. House architect muscle broilers brutalism masterpiece originally built for the whitney museum of american art in nineteen sixty six recently. The home of the met bria so had to bellini and titian van. Dyke rembrandt mir fragonard gainsbourg. Look in these alien surroundings. I spoke to the deputy director and chief curator xavier salomon. Who's overseeing the concept and installation to find out xavier. I wonder if you could cast your mind back to moment the e. I knew you were going to get the boy a building. Full the frick collection. Tell us what he felt at that moment. It was a combination of relief and absolute terror. I think You know relief because you know the plan was to really put the entire collection in storage be closed for a couple of years while we were renovating the building at the frick and then reopened so the idea that we had a place where we could display. The arts was a huge sense of relief and we had talked to a number of museums about getting a few rooms or a floor. And so did they have having an entire building. We could move. The offices and the entire election was absolutely exciting but terrifying. Because you know. Imagine moving the wallace collection to barbican. Oh the jack ready to this on pompidou. I mean it's just the idea of taking something out of its natural context. Let's say as we as we see it and bring it into something that's totally alien so as soon as we made that decision. That was a lot of thinking and a lot of backwards info about what to do with the building. Did you try out in your mind and on paper all sorts of different alternatives in other words. That wasn't a just a preconceived idea. We're going to do it in the way that you've ended up doing it now. Absolutely and the first phase was a lot of thinking a lot of backwards and forwards on various ideas. You know you have a blank canvas and the bank canvas is exciting but at the same time it's also terrifying because you have so many ways you could go and i still think there are other solutions. We could've used. I mean what we did is by no means the only the only option And i'm sure you know people will like it. People will criticize it. People will think it could have been done a different way but out of all the choices together with my team we filled. This was the most logical one for us and the one we wanted to pursue the one. We thought was most interesting but we definitely did play with all sorts of options on at the beginning. We didn't really exclude anything. I mean we started with even the idea of recreating the rooms in a building. The broil yet so just sort of replicating the rooms of the spirit of the rooms and then of course. We went in the opposite direction. And that's sort of why we got to
Neera Tanden's Nomination to Head the Budget Office Is Withdrawn
"President biden's nominee to lead the office of management and budget has been withdrawn by the white house near attend and asked the administration to take her out of consideration amid opposition from senate republicans and a key democrat. Here's white house reporter andrew show on who might be nominated in her place the top choice to replace her according to people. We've spoken to chalan too young. Who's currently dominated to be the deputy director. She spent about a dozen or so years on the house. Appropriations committee staffer. She's well liked by members of both parties. She happened to actually have a confirmation hearing hearing for her deputy director role and she received praise from republicans and democrats. The expectation is that if she were to be nominated that she would be able to be confirmed. The president said in a statement that he still looks forward to having tandon serve in a role in the administration
Jared Moskowitz, head of Florida Emergency Management, confirms he's stepping down
"Management director stepping down and governor Rhonda Santa's thanking Jared Moskowitz for his hard work over the last two years. I think Florida as the best emergency response in the the country, country, I I think think we've we've done done the the best best in in terms terms of of logistics, logistics, both both in in terms terms of of preparing preparing for for responding responding to to storms, storms, as as well well as as Responding Responding to to the the cove cove in in 19 19 pandemic. pandemic. Moskowitz Moskowitz expected expected to to formally formally submit submit that that resignation resignation on on Tuesday, Tuesday, Head Head home home to to South South Florida Florida at at the the end end of of April April and and be be closer closer to to his his family. family. A A deputy director Kevin Guthrie, will replace Moskowitz. Well, it was the
"deputy director" Discussed on AP News
"Deputy Director Perry Pendley said restoring sage brush communities improves the sustainability of working range lands and can reduce the expansion of invasive annual grasses. I'm Jennifer King 15th ranked Iowa State continues to lead the big 12 following a 23 20 triumph over number 20, Texas Breece all scored on the three yard run with 1 25 remaining before the cyclone survived the last minute drive engineer by Sam Mellinger. After Eleanor was sacked on third down Cameron Dicker barely miss left with a 58 yard field goal attempt as time expired. Like Bernie completed 25 or 36 passes for 312 yards and one touchdown for the 72 cyclones. Everyone just believe in one another and that driver we have score. We knew we had three minutes, So we have time to work with and again like everyone stay calm and poised. The leaders. The tight ends the old line elegant with 17 of 29 for 298 yards and one touchdown. I'm Dave Ferrie Grease all scored on a three yard run with 1 25 remaining Before the cyclone survived the last minute drive engineer by Sam Mellinger after Eleanor was sacked on third down Cameron Dicker barely miss left with a 58 yard field goal attempt as time expired Hall gained. 91 yards are 20 carries. Black Birdie completed 25 or 36 passes for 312 yards and one touchdown for the 72 Cyclones. 15th ranked Iowa State continues to lead the big 12 following a 23 20 triumph over number 20, Texas. We saw all scored on a three yard run with 1 25 remaining before the cyclone survived a last minute drive engineer by Sam Mellinger after Eleanor was sacked on third down Cameron Dicker barely miss left with a 58 yard field goal attempt as time expired Hall gained. 91 yards are 20 carries. Black birdie completed 25 or 36 passes for 312 yards and one touchdown for the 72 Cyclones. Elegir was 17 of 29 for 298 yards and one touchdown. I'm Dave Ferrie 80 news for this Friday, November 27th time, Jackie Quinn. This was a black Friday like no other in history shopping during a pandemic, which is labeled a higher risk activity by the Centers for Disease Control. Mall operators say they tried to be careful and avoided those blockbusters specials. That in years past had shoppers crammed together. Fighting over deals in San Francisco want a white cop was glad to see fewer people this year. Last year was too many. I couldn't get what I wanted, and I missed out on the TV I wanted Los Angeles County's announced and you stay at home order for Monday, with the daily number of virus cases averaging over 4700. Stores can stay open, but they have to limit capacity to 20% houses of worship are exempt. The former mayor of Miami Dade County, Carlos Jimenez, who just won a congressional seat, says that he's tested positive for Corona virus. He's having mild symptoms and his quarantining with his wife, Jimenez was a big advocate. Of strict virus regulations. President Trump's efforts to challenge Joe Biden's victory in Pennsylvania have failed more from our Ben Thomas. The third U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals echoed a string of other courts, saying that Trump Campaign's claims of widespread election fraud in Pennsylvania have no merit and a challenge to the vote in Milwaukee County with Scotts and gave Joe Biden about 100 more votes in a recount. Arizona State troopers say they have arrested two possible suspects after a drive by killing in Henderson, Nevada, and a Syriza's shootings in both states. A 22 year old man was shot to death on Thanksgiving Day. The shootings are thought to be random for other people were hurt. Iran's foreign minister suspects Israel was involved in the killing of a nuclear scientist near Tehran. But Israeli officials have no comment. The stock market closed higher. This is AP News In the year of the Corona virus live Christmas trees are making a comeback amid pandemic lockdowns..
"deputy director" Discussed on Common Home Conversations Beyond UN75
"In common home conversations. You will hear from leading global economics. The proposal of recognizing the existence of an intangible global common without borders can change our relationship with our planet. The common home of humanity has proposed an ambitious new global pack for the environment the adverse effects of climate change span across borders and beyond territories recognizing the earth system as a common heritage of humankind is the first step in restoring stable climate of visible manifestation of a well-functioning earth system. This proposals cascading effects would be systemic and tremendously impact international relations and economics opening the doors to restoring a well-functioning earth system common home conversations is the place to discuss a new social contract between society economy and the earth system. Now here's your host founder and ceo of the planetary. Press kimberly white. Hello and welcome to common home conversations. Today we are joined by prue taylor. Deputy director of the new zealand centre for environmental law. Pru is also a member of the i. N. commission of environmental law and it's specialist group. She was awarded the outstanding achievement award from the ucla in recognition of her contribution as a world pioneer on ethics climate change. Thank you for joining us today. Welcome so climate. Change doesn't recognize borders. it's fans are globe reading the most remote corners affecting all of us. It's happening now and it's happening everywhere and it's happening at an alarming rate. Can you tell us about some of the adverse effects of climate change that you're seeing in new zealand absolutely. I can because they're happening on a daily basis and they're happening here in new zealand Are increasingly dramatic and there's a growing acceptance that the impacts of climate change that we're seeing here in new zealand are in fact associated with changes to global concert temperatures. So what we're seeing a new zealand temperature increases which manifesting and more extreme drought events saudis drought longer them will severe and more frequent and that's really impacting us as a nation because we're essentially still run agricultural nation but also our large urban areas already starting to suffer and concession but she's i'll biggest area in new zealand as as a medal of i really serious for process so their water restrictions for us in the right now on the flip side of the coin. We're seeing a lot of extreme rainfall events when rank comes really comes and that is exacerbating flooding risk concede on us zealand as a country. That is very very to floods anyway. It's one of the significant natural that will have and climate change is accelerating and excessive goes sledding evening in rush where also saying more frequent and much whole storm damage aware long narrow country in the middle of the massive gauchan so we're seeing a lot of coastal damage and tubes of the ocean which is very close to my heart with saying Increasing navas of ocean heat waves so that was really where areas also. The ocean are willing theory very significantly around. You see them. So we see some pots of the ocean around you see them. With siri elevations ocean team perches around four to five degrees celsius higher than they would normally pay and that's really really dramatic. Climate change and patch probably the climate change. Impact that has really galvanized. Newseum does recently has been wildfires now. Wildfires is not something that using his experience very much in the past online. Of course australia very recently we've had a number of wildfires impacting urban areas. Not just how. I six about also out even areas. And that's really started to focus attention of museum of those on climate change impacts and all of this has to be seen a conscience which is quite unique and that is that we're in the little of massive pacific ocean which means that to some degree or should sanction does for us from some of the most dramatic impacts of climate. Change another words. The pacific ocean has things saying traditionally as a moderation almonte. That was kind of installation us. Some more from the impacts of increased global thirteen percha change so. It seems though that we're not is in the united in particular by pacific ocean as that interesting we've seen wildfires in california and we've seen some significant flooding employed from climate change. One of the most interesting videos. I think we've seen his from miami. During the king tied a few years ago there was a lot of flooding and they filmed an office in a parking garage. Yes sometimes when you see those legis of something. Dramatically out of place they shock. Your consciousness threatened. I definitely i think that was a wakeup call for a lot of people down in miami for sure as a professor expert in international environmental law. Do you think we need a new legal innovation to address the global climate and biodiversity crises. I mean asleep. Is we look at the situation that we're currently in mass owes to klein.
"deputy director" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Communist Party unveiling the broad outlines of its 14th five year plan, the foundation for Government industrial plans in what is a heavily regulated economy. The full plan will not be released into much, but having many comments being made about what's going on out there talking about decoupling between United States and China, saying it's not realistic. A tall it is bad for the world. The deputy director in charge of routine work at the officer Central Commission, saying that in a briefing also saying that China will stick to opening up no matter how the external environment changes, and they say that they need a proper external environment to reach their vision for 2035. Of course, this is this. Whole emphasis being put on technology on innovation, which this body is saying is key to meet those goals for in 15 years. Linda Let's get perspective bring in Chief Asia economics correspondent and a current and what extra detail did we get from this press conference? Well, has Linda. We've had some quite sweeping rhetoric now on China's technological ambitions. We had some officials fleshing out their plans to hit new frontiers in a drive to have the kind of homegrown technology that they need and China. He spurred at next level off the development on Of course, they also made clear at one point, But they're talking about the kind of technology that they would find hard to get and other parts of the world. And of course, we know what the backstory is. They didn't mention the U. S. But the U. S has been coming down hard on trying to Restricts China's access to the kind of technology it needs more specifically chips, of course, which we know is that the core of China's technological development plan, so it's all about innovation. It's all about hitting new frontiers. It was also a self, though Tio those who might be getting a little bit alarmed by China's ambitions, they said. They're not closing the door. They say that China needs rest of the world In a way the rest of the world needs China and pushed back against D coping so pretty pretty ambitious traffic, But maybe a little something of the I just started. They don't trigger more alarm in Washington and Brussels. Also as well, and it's a bit light on detail. If you look at it overall and the economist, No Dan have pored over every word of what said overall takeaway. Quite right, Richmond. We are live on detained here even before we get to the skepticism about how all this will be achieved. This plan has only just been signed off by the top officials at NYU goes into a whole other phase of development over the coming weeks and months ahead between economic planning agencies who will Drilling on finalize it before it goes to the National People's Congress in March, And that's when we get the full detail. But here and now to take away among economists are there seeing this emphasis on on quality growth over the pace of growth? That's an idea that's been around for a while, but it sounds like it's getting more codified now that essentially, China is necessary, obsessing with GDP targets as such to it using the palace and it's going to be more about sustainable growth. That's important in terms of stimulus and worthy target development. There's also a push on environment which means cook back on carbon emissions. That means ah, greater opportunities in green energy and the like. And I thought the comedy, of course, not just around technological innovation. But China's plans to continue to boost the per capita income levels in the economy continue to drive towards what it's calling a kind of modern socialist economy. So you know there are light on specifics, plenty of challenges and skepticism. In terms of high this can be achieved but in terms of broad Bush strokes. It's a pretty ambitious outlook from China for next five years. And a good stuff. Chief economics Grossman and Car. Another blame game's begun between Democrats and Republicans because Stephen Manouche, blaming Nancy Pelosi over the lack of a deal on the fiscal package. You have to hear what the speaker of the House of representatives has to say about it and see Pelosi we hear from her next. This has been.
"deputy director" Discussed on WTOP
"Deputy Director David about Ege the damage well into the billions J J Green w T O P News to 41. The Supreme Court has agreed to review a Trump administration policy that makes asylum seekers wait in Mexico for US court hearings. The justices will not hear the case until next year, since the court's calendar is already full through the end of this year, and the outcome of the presidential election is key. If Joe Biden wins and rescinds the policy, the case would become largely moot. President Donald Trump's migrant protection protocols policy is known informally as remain in Mexico. It was introduced in January of last year. More than 60,000 Asylum seekers have been returned to Mexico under that, Polly See I'm Shelly Adler. The court will also review the use of Pentagon funds to build the border wall to 40 to Virginia's governor, once the bronze likeness of Confederate General Robert E. Lee taken down from Richmond's historic Monument Avenue, But does he have the power to do that? A judge is hearing arguments and witness testimony in a lawsuit over that statue's future. Soon after the death of George Floyd and protests around the country, including in Virginia Governor Ralph Northam said it's time for the statue of Lee, which stands on state property to come down. But a group of Richmond residents, including descendants, who turned over the land to the state, say removing the least act you would violate the original agreement. Toe faithfully Garden affectionately protect the monument forever. Attorney General Mark Herring argues the state can't be forced to care for something that's now seen as the device of relic. Virginia's racist history there, Lorcan staying W GOP knows. Meanwhile, there's another bronze statue of Li that will be coming down. This one is in the U. S Capitol, where it's been standing since Virginia donated it more than 110. Years ago. Ah panel created by the Virginia General Assembly will hold a virtual public hearing on replacing the least statue November 17th. Any historical figures being considered must be known for distinguished civic or military service. Valor, patriotism or bravery and tied directly to Virginia. You can weigh in on candidates by E mail or through the mail until November, 27th up ahead on double GOP. Another Monday another dissection of a loss for the Washington football team to 44..
"deputy director" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"The latest Loudon County public schools, where last night voted to open up in some respect, many schools and not 100% through a hybrid system. What's that gonna look like? And what was the thought process about what would open what wouldn't will speak with a member of the board coming up a little later in the program? I'll give you some more analysis on today's confirmation hearings of future justice. Let's collar Justice Amy Cockney ferret, That's all coming up, but we have We have a couple of stories that are developing before our very eyes here, frankly, additional stories that have happened because of Twitter and Facebook intervention on the New York Post story about 100 Biden that I'm certainly looking to delve into with John Solomon as well, So let's get right to it. John Solomon, investigative journalist founder of Just the news and, of course, author of Paula Nuclear bribes. Russian spies in Washington lies that enriched the Clinton invited dynasties. John Great having you today, It is good to be with you. Let's start actually, with the story that you're breaking. That is separate, sort of. If you read your book, it's not separate, but it's not directly related to this 100 Biden story Bruce or one of the central figures in the Obama gate. Conspiracy against the Trump campaign, and eventually the Trump administration. The Russian collusion, hopes he has announced his retirement from the Justice Department. What's behind that, sir? He has welcomed the Justice Department. He announced his retirement right after he was informed that there was some disciplinary action about to be decided. In his case, and so he retired, which allows him to escape any punishment if he was do any punishment. So why's Bruce or important? He's the guy that walks the Christopher Steele information into the FBI headquarters of FBI. Of deputy director, then deputy, the then deputy director of the FBI and meets with Justice Department officials in July and August, And he tells him hey, steals my friend He's working for Hillary Clinton. He's got a lot of stuff. It's not confirmed and corroborated. And he's desperate to stop Trump from becoming president. Ah, when he does that he's got a conflict of interest. His wife is working for the very firm that has hired Christopher Steele, and she's working on Russia anti Trump Research just like Christopher Steele. Despite that he's allowed to do these things. He helps the FBI. Deal gets into position that you still got feet to get the first warrants targeting the surveillance warrant targeting the Trump campaign, and then Christopher Steele gets fired because he was well leaking to the radio, which is a violation. And what do they do? They then turn around and Chris Bruce or becomes the conduit by which the FBI stays in contact with Christopher Steele for many, many more months, his wife who works for fusion GPS just remarkable, and it's not only misconduct by the F B I, It's It's a bad judgment. Anyone who has a conflict of interest like Bruce or Should never have been allowed to get around this matter or to pitch his friend who was working with his wife's firm. Those are why we have the conflict of interest statute, and I know Bruce sources he got permission to do so. But it sounds like some discipline was coming down the line when he quit does this. This doesn't so he escapes Internal Justice Department discipline because of his actions that it doesn't obviously mean that he escapes any potential criminal wrongdoing or criminal investigation as the Durham investigation continues. Uh, yeah, If again there's not a lot of evidence that that's been a focal point of the John Durham investigation on it seemed to me that the best avenue for holding Bruce or count or whatever he did right wrong. Was the disciplinary process and he's managed to escape. But it's the thing we've seen time and time again. Sure, it's what Andrew McCabe tried to do so he could get his full pension. But instead, he was fired the day before. One wonders if if Bruce or should have been fired as well, But that's a different conversation, I suppose. But that's a breaking story coming out of just the news dot com And that brings us also to this morning's big story, which now has some developments. But let's lay it all out for people so that they know what this hunter by The New York Post Korea's first of all Vadim Post hearse. Oh, Starsky, He's an adviser to Bary sma Bary. Simm, of course, is the oil and gas company out of Ukraine that ended up hiring Hunter Biden on their board for anywhere between 50 and $83,000. It's been reported per month. In April of 2015. Mr. Poe Czarsky sent an email to Hunter Biden, thanking him for inviting him to D C and giving an opportunity to meet his father at that time in 2015, the vice president of the United States. Why is that? Email important, John Well, it's an authentic email, and I worked on this for quite some time and could not get off indication that this email is it was a really mellow time. It's certainly the story seems possible that you know a computer repair guy. Got this hard drive and turned it over to the FBI and e mails. But if it's an authentic email, it debunks one of the main claims that Joe Biden has been saying, which is my son did his thing in Ukraine. I had nothing to do with it. We didn't talk about it. We had no if, in fact, Joe Biden met with one of Hunter, Biden's business associate, said it would suggest that the vice president has not told the truth to the American people now, right now, what the vice president is saying is he's not saying the meeting didn't Curry says. There's not one on schedule. Doesn't mean they couldn't have had an unscheduled meeting right there. Being cute about this much like they were being cute about Willie packed the court or not back to court the but you know if this is true, and only only a few people, not right, Joe Biden Hunter Biden, Marissa would know that these meetings occurred. If it's true, it changes. What we know about Joe Biden's roll with only further accentuates why I started writing these stories to years ago, there was a major conflict of interest here. Joe Biden shouldn't been within a million miles. Of Ukraine. Fighting Indy corruption are running an anti corruption policy while his son worked for one of the most corrupt companies in Ukraine and help me out on the timeline here..
"deputy director" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"The FBI's former deputy director Andy McCabe of course was involved with intercepting the phone conversation and had not mastered now what's interesting is you go through this is a lengthy article and I'm I'm not going to read this article that I saw some pull quotes and simple quote ideas of what's going on here is that they tried to say the reason that the FBI was so concerned about this conversation between Flynn and the Russian ambassadors because after Obama put more sanctions on Russia and the fun of Latimer Putin wasn't going to strike back in American there they could figure out why because he put such strong sanctions on not only did they were weak and anybody who studies Russian Intel according to McCarthy would know that Russia is either doing something against America plotting to do something in America against America or they're doing both or they're waiting for a better time to do something against America and that Vladimir Putin was probably thinking Hey look they're already going after trump thinking that he's an agent of mine this might make them think he's even more an agent of mine he's coming into office very soon anyway and says he wants to work with me so I can not hang off doing anything for a little bit and see what happens and I had nothing to do with general Flynn general Flynn by the way was allowed to talk with this Russian ambassador about the sanctions absolutely love to talk to about it because he was going to be intimately involved as soon as trump was inaugurated in this was during the transition I mean when you read through this stuff it's amazing that the press is not digging deeper into this if you thought the press was actually honest when he saw the one of the Wall Street journal over the weekend in near where the old CVS guy is saying yeah the the mainstream media's gone too far left and there's no turning back ed now not only is there no turning back because they don't want to the our economic model that was built on being left so they probably wouldn't be able to do it if they want to wow so it goes on and on where you get to the point where McCarthy saying here's the more plausible explanation of motive for going after Flynn the Obama administration was actively constructing the trump Russia collusion narrative Obama officials saw Putin's no retaliation pose as an opportunity to float the fiction that the Kremlin had cut a sinister deal with trump to gut Obama sanctions as a reward for Russia hacking the Democrats during the campaign Obama officials in the FBI hope to conceal the trump Russia investigation from the incoming trump invest a ministration for as long as possible and of course to do that they couldn't have Flynn poking about the point of all this is politics not national security makes perfect sense Flynn's name would not have been mass fact is once you look at the fine print the decision not to mass Flynn's name is easier to justify then other decisions from the FBI things like open a counter intelligence investigation on the theory Flynn was an operative of Russian seek FISA warrants based on uncorroborated rumors pedal by agents of the Clinton campaign misrepresented the FISA court that evidence have been verified and the main informant was reliable and on and on and on yeah it by the way here's something the the worst part of what internal party talks about in this piece and natural view that I implore you to read it's probably a four five pages long but it's worth every page is the ending where he talks about this masking and unmasking couldn't remember how we were told that that our privacy is so important to our government the FBI the NSA the CIA they're they're trying so hard not to hurt our privacy that's why they mask America's names reckons names when they get caught up in the surveillance through no fault of their own right there's there's a pamphlet where they explain that M. McCarthy says if you read the pamphlet you see that it's all a bunch of crap because here's what the pamphlet says as a general matter U. S. persons actual identity may be included in an intelligence report at the time it is first prepared and disseminated if such inclusion meets the agency's minimization standards for example whether the identity is foreign intelligence necessary to understand for intelligence or assesses its importance or as evidence of a crime wait so what what is what they're saying is yeah we're gonna master name unless we don't want to really that's what it is because if you get down to the details the guideline makes it the agency's subjective decision whether to mask your identity or not if the FBI doesn't even have any evidence that you're a clandestine foreign agents even if the bureau is already decided to close the case on you like to do before it doesn't have to nap mask your name if it decides that their suspicion without any evidence is reason enough to claim that your conversations constitute quote foreign intelligence and quote don't even need any of it or if the FBI knows your job or general Flynn's job is to consult with foreign counterparts and even if the appeal I know that you had nothing improper to say in a conversation the bureau's free to claim that you did that your name must be revealed in order to assess the importance of your conversation with Russia's ambassador huh OR if the FBI decide the conversation may be evidence of a crime it doesn't have to mask your name even if the only conceivable crime is something as inane as the Logan act from seventeen ninety nine that has never been enforced on anyone they don't have to mask your name but remember your privacy is super important eight hundred eighty one eighty nine ninety nine get you on board my name is Greg Knapp the new White House press secretary have you seen or drop the Mike moments well now the press is hitting back who's right who's wrong and why you should start watching these it's coming up on the stage show and talked.
"deputy director" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Normal dot org if anyone wants to come in and take we're trying to get even better handle on how people have been discriminated against him hearing from a lot of people who are either unemployed or underemployed because they can't get the job that they wanted that they trained for when went to school for because they need to use it for medical purposes. Or they just choose to use it for recreational ones. And that's gotTa change to me. It's not legal until we have our full personal rights from your view what's the likelihood of seeing de Normal has been working on that since the seventies in court jer and as recently as a few years ago in California there was a case and I mean caller Montana. Who's our deputy director nationally? He brought reams of literature and everything. And we're really not going to see that until we see a change in the makeup of Congress we have actually more and more bills all the time being introduced and cosponsored. A one is the more act which is would D- schedule cannabis and do a lot of other stuff including social equity provisions and things like that has a lot of co-sponsors. It's moving in the house. But it's facing a blockade in the Senate like almost everything and until that changes federally. I don't know what can happen but we are making progress early for the first time since I've been involved in the ninth inning. We couldn't even get a hearing in the past at the level. The foundations of all are crumbling. How soon it'll happen is anybody's guess. Honestly I mean right now. The political situation so bizarre. No one can prognosticate. We've never seen things like this before you know right. So are there any particular bills even though things are the standstill? Are there any particular bills that you feel are really at that kind of top of mind for you? In terms of making a difference for both users and businesses. I mean you said you there some sixty bills but I imagine a portion of those have our little subsets of things that you're trying to adjust refine. Are there any more significant bills that you're really excited about eat at the state level or the federal level? I'm thinking more federal level. Actually okay so the federal level. I just got something from Justin Struggle. Who's our lobbyist? Their push right now is to open up. Sba funding for cannabis businesses that have been affected by covet. Nineteen because in small business. Funding is federally dispersed. And since we're still scheduled one. We can't benefit from that so there are. Let's see two of our champions in Congress Earl. Blumenauer Jackie Rosen. She's from Nevada or circulating. Bipartisan sign on letters to congressional leadership demanding that state licensed cannabis businesses are able to access the small business administration so people can go to normal dot org and find that action and take action on it and share it on facebook and twitter. The push now is to try to get congressional leadership and we've heard that Nancy Pelosi. You know our state congressman from San Francisco. Who is the House Majority Leader? We hear that she's in favor of it and wants to push it because there's going to be more stimulus. Package is coming through and things like that. So that would really help cannabis businesses. It's been really rough for them With all the getting up to speed with all the taxing and regulating the new packaging. That was required. And this has been such a shakeout and then the whole vape crisis that hit last year which was really all about illicit vapes The health problems all came from those that it hurt everybody and now this Kobe thing has hit everybody and so we really need to do all. We can to support the lissette cannabis market for everyone's health as well as for the business itself into keep advancing forward as far as our human rights issues. Yes now is there any movement on banking. I sort of see that as one of the last sort of even though there's lots of areas for improvement that's one significant area. That is a big problem for the businesses any movement. We thought we were going to get the safe banking at went further than it had gone in the house and it was heading over to the Senate and then the chair of the Senate Banking Committee came out with all kinds of crazy things. He wanted attached to it like a limit on. Thc Of some ridiculous number and so we hit a Senate blockade on that but boy. Everyone's behind that. Even the bankers are behind that. They really want to see this happen. And that's another thing really that has to happen federally. I mean there's been a bill in state for the last couple of years trying to establish some kind of state bank but that will probably take ten years. I think at least to happen. And we really think the change has to come at the federal level and again because the federal banking regulations and everything. So yeah it's a real problem and it's become even bigger problem during Cova because everything has to be done in cashing. It's really not healthy right all that. Money's changed hands. It's I know doesn't make sense. Billy doesn't you mentioned something earlier. I'm intrigued by you. Said bad information. What kind of bad information do you hear aware of because? I think that might be interesting for our listeners. To get a feel for what's not real. Well there's been a lot of talk recently with Kobe. There's this group called Americans against legalizing marijuana that puts out press releases and says things like smoking. There was cancer causing or harmful to the lungs of things like that. And if you really look at the studies yes it can be temporarily caused. Bronchitis is and things but the long term longitudinal studies that have looked at it and said that it's not harmful or at least it's much less harmful than smoking cigarettes. It's kind of a knee jerk. In fact we're running at the local level to the Anti Tobacco Brigade. That's very well funded and California off of every pack of cigarettes sold and saying that we can't have smoking. We can't have smoking rooms and especially around the vape crisis last year at all kind of got conflated because people jumped on that and wanted to ban flavored vapes of all sorts. And things like that. So it's really hard to kind of pick through that in fact we've been trying to advanced acquisition as.
"deputy director" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Ellen became deputy director of community outreach for the drug policy alliance in San Francisco where she planned and promoted conferences including a series on drug war issues then in two thousand one. She developed a website to assist attorneys in medical marijuana. Defenses for the Office of Legal Affairs in Oakland and she was also named High Times Freedom. Fighter in two thousand two ellen moved to Humboldt where she worked for the civil liberties monitoring project in Garber fell she sat on the Humboldt County. Medical Marijuana Taskforce resulting in the county ordinance to implement s before Twenty Ellen has a bs in micro chemistry from Penn State. She has contributed to countless articles. And OP EDS for publications such as High Times. Oshana sees California normal report and cannabis culture. She founded the website very important potheads dot com in two thousand one and she writes about famous women and cannabis in her blog token women and also is the author of the book token women a four thousand year. Her Story Ellen has been fighting for marijuana rights for all of us for nearly thirty years. Helen comp welcome to collective wisdom. I'm honored to have you on the show. Thank you thanks for having me so to kick off our talk please introduce the listeners to count normal sure well cow normal is the state chapter normal the National Organization for the reform of marijuana laws which is celebrating. Its Fiftieth Anniversary. This year going into next kind of a slow start with everything. That's happening this year and cal. Normals been around since nineteen seventy two. It branched off of the effort that put the very first legalization measure on the state ballot in seventy two and I. Currently answer a hotline. That's been in continuous operation. Since then we are an advocate for canvas consumers for their personal rights and for the rights to be part of this new industry that's developed since we have passed up to fifteen hundred ninety six and then prop sixty four in two thousand sixteen for legalisation. There's been you know foolishly thought. My job was over in ninety six. After we passed crop to fifteen in that everything would be fine and everything would work out but the devil is always in the details and I knew very much going into crop. Sixty four the aftermath that. We'd have a lot more work to do. We currently watchdog about sixty miles a year in the state legislature and as well as trying to advance sales of our own to move the ball. Forward everything you know most mostly about regulation and trying to keep those fair and working to try and lower taxes and regulatory fees on behalf of patients and others who need good access as well as the businesses that are having trouble competing with the ever existing illicit market. So there's been a lot of along the way we're continuing to fight. Bad Information. Put out about cannabis all the time where we're very much on top of the studies that come out about it. And right now the rubbers hitting the road at the local level all across California in the fifty eight counties and four hundred eighty two cities that are needing to pass ordinances to implement the legalization Lauzon. There's been resistance to opening up consumption rooms. You know where people consume it. We're trying to expand that because to me. You know it's still not legal enough English. There's places where you can go and enjoy it with friends and obviously not right now. But we've had to actually work very hard since the shelter in place. Orders came out. We were able to help get cannabis designated as essential because people need it for medicine and then the question is what does that mean for the recreational user. And how should it disburse to people and how to keep the employees at the canvas businesses? Say so yeah. There's never an end to the issues that we still need to work on. An art number. One thing is to try to get employment rights for cannabis users in California. You know there's about sixteen other states. Now that have laws on their books that do protect medical cannabis users mostly. Few places have started to pass laws. New York City is one in Nevada is another protecting against pre employment drug screening discrimination for cannabis users for any reason and California's really behind the ball on this. Because our law passed early it was before sort of these issues came up. We got a bad court ruling in two thousand and eight. That said that property fifteen didn't protect workers on the job against employment discrimination. We passed a law right away in the California legislature to change. That and Governor Schwarzenegger vetoed it. And we've been trying ever since to get that. Bill introduced prop sixty four. Did Not Protect. Employees writes it actually specifically protected the right of the employer to continue to discriminate against cannabis users on the job. So that's been a very large conversation about how to safely implement you know. Our position as people can use cannabis responsibly. Off The job just like they can use alcohol. Were there prescription drugs and things and there's been so much resistance to that among the California Chamber of Commerce in various industries and things and so we've had to do a lot of work and try and educate and try and build support for that in California. We have a bill introduced this year but with everything happening in the legislature. A lot of the bills are being pushed back for you. Know Emergency Bills Around cove. It and things so really not sure what's going to happen with this year. Everything's taking a back seat due to the virus that legislatures closed right now. They're not having right now. Exactly they keep extending that date and from what Governor. Newsom said yesterday. Sounds like it's going to be a little while longer. Do you think that the just sort of perception of recreational use versus medical use is a little bit at odds with each other in terms of the perception from an employment standpoint? Turn not not really. The crux has been. Is there a way to tell if someone's impaired on the job? This has been a real issue. We do a lot of work around driving rights to in fact. If you have a driver's license in California you can pretty much thank Colorado. Because we've had to fight off bad bills every year that want to take away driver's licenses for a pot bust. There are some states that have zero tolerance if any cannabis in your systems a Dui. But we've come back at them with science and the thing is that the science shows that there's no sort of blood alcohol tests for cannabis impairment right because it's more subtle at people differently. If you're using it a lot for medical use for example you build up a tolerance to the effects of it that would impair your driving and stuff rate right. Our Bill says knowing can be impaired on the job and they said well how are we going to measure that in so that they can satisfy their insurance companies or any kind of liability issues? And things like that. There are these things called performance tests. That actually are a better option where you would come in and do a little test like on a tablet or even a phone or something and it would kind of measure your actual impairment instead of some kind of chemical tests which does not really correlate with. What you're impairment is at that moment and that would pick up impairment for prescription drugs for stress fatigue or lots of other things that actually do impair people along the job and do cause for accidents. So we've been trying to have this big conversation and move people away from urine testing. Which is the worst kind of testing around marijuana because it can pick up use for you know weeks before you've used it and it was pushed on us by the Reagan administration actually back in the eighties and it's required to do urine testing by federal commercial driver's license or an airline pilot or a lot of things that come under federal jurisdiction. They require right now. Urine testing but one federal agency. Samsa has just come out and said that oral swab testing would be an alternative. Not The little better. They're still working on technology around. That where you do a little cheek swab or something and that has a shorter window so that might be a way to open the door to our rights but you know in general were just trying to convince people that just figures marijuana doesn't mean you're using it all day.
"deputy director" Discussed on Owning Up
"Have been times in this business where I have definitely my family has been the lower priority and I have been hustling and traveling and doing all these things. So that's been a journey for me as well as learning the no To clients in the notice situations. You don't enter as a business but also learning to just say no to the to the regular everyday things shutting down your computer at a certain time using airplane mode function that I hear exists on your phone. You know things like that in that I am still walking through that journey. Today of trying to figure out what What harmony looks like in in my life because I don't really believe in balance but kind of choosing what the parameters are going to be for me. Yeah I completely agree with you on the harmony over balance balance. Talk Again Unicorn. Call me I can help. Your Business is going. You know you're going to need to invest more and that's GonNa cause other things in your life not to have as much investment and then there's other yearly to invest in family friends in certain seasons. Your life in your business has to be a little bit lower and And that's okay like I think knowing that that's okay and that happens to all of us but also knowing how do you plan ahead? How do you say no to things in the moment so you don't end up looking back at me like Whoa? My Gosh what happened. Last year everyone else ran my life not me. I didn't do. I did all of these crazy things. And I've had those moments and so that's where I'm at in the journeys learning to like. How do I still prioritize in choose Not just my time. But the life I created this business to have rather than hustling so hard for the business I forget the whole purpose of starting in the first place was to have a certain type of lifestyle that I want it So one of the things. I'm curious about is As far as saying no and being able to choose your your clients and all that have you your co founder. Ever had issues because one of the things you talked about was kind of going with your gut feeling and have you ever disagreed on whether or not you're going to like this is this is good. I WANNA do this. I don't WanNa do that. Yeah I mean where people humans You have the privilege of knowing myself in in my co-founder who is amazing. And I absolutely adore her and I think that The foundation of any good founding partnership is trust And I think having that trust is what helps us in these moments where we disagree because I think we disagree on something just about every week. We're very different people. We come from two very different mindset. She's very operational. I'm very people driven marketing kind of that kind of way so we disagree on stuff regularly but I think one of the beautiful things about about our co founding relationship is we have so much trust between us that you have to be able to disagree and commit as co-founders not just disagree in like man who Brunton Lee move along with whatever's happening. You have to disagree in commit on what the other person is saying. So that's what we had to do in certain situations you know. We'll get on calls will weigh the pros and cons of should we do it. Should we not do it? And if we can't come to an agreement we we usually defer to whose area of expertise is the Seine. And who has the most experience in this and you know as long as someone's like reason to not do it or reason to do it is not completely off from the other person or like someone's reason to do it for not doing it is like because it's an ethical violation or it would hurt our team or hurt the client. Those are very obvious. Really easy reasons to get on the bandwagon and be like of course. We're not doing it but when I don't WanNa do it because it's time or I'd rather do this instead like those are much harder reasons to like decide. You know where we're going to go and we will. Conversations usually will come to some sort of kind of middle ground reasoning on it but we can't we go back to that. Who's the expert who who has experience and we have to? Just I'm we have to you know whoever's disagreeing disagree and you commit the decision and that me do support the decision you do what you can. You have to follow through with the team. You're not like I didn't think this was a good idea of what we're doing it anyway. Like you have to be like onboard with it going and there have been times certainly I can think of a couple of clients situations where we were kind of unsure and someone really pushed for it so we did it and then we had to come back in one of us had to say to the other. Hey I'm really sorry. I should've really pushed and supported the no because that was no good idea. A I think that that communication is critical. Did you guys know that you were great? Communicator I mean because you have to be great communicators with one another when your co founders of the business but did you know going in that you'd be able to handle those kinds of situations or decisions because you had a relationship before. Is it something that you kinda discovered along the way While I wouldn't call great communicators I think I think we're on the journey to a great communication. I think that that is one of the biggest areas that everyone has an opportunity to learn. Especially virtually you really commit to communication which to me is we defined being a strong communicator wise since one of our core values as being honest asking questions seeking clarity and listening and their seasons. Where we've done that really well with each other. And their seasons were we haven't or days where we have it In it's a constant evolving journey I think we trusted each other very early on before. We even committed this business. Diana are both people of deep faith and so that helps us well knowing that we have the same kind of moral foundation moral values. We both believe in if developed the core values of the company as well and so trusting that we both have the best interest of the company in mind helps in those deciding moments on. But that doesn't mean there's not frustrating moments of communication Were both human beings and it was way easier to communicate when we were a company of like two to ten. Then out in a company of forty plus. There's way more going on. There's way more people we have to manage. We have full departments to manage now which we didn't have before we talk to each other pretty much all day when we were a company of like five And we still talk to each other regularly but we have to much more intentional with their communication. Now that we're a large company. There is so much going on that it can basically be a rundown and not even a conversation and I find now that were really good at making big decisions together. On and communicating. Those things through archambault comes in the little things remembering to tell each other the small things or to discuss some of the smaller things because they don't seem as important compared to the big large scale stuff. We have going on so yeah. I think it's been a journey. I think it's still an evolving journey. I think having that trust that foundation of just the same morals the same values believing the best in each other I think you have to do that. As co-founders like if there are moments were. I'm sure she wants to throw me across the room and is located And I know there's been moments for me but it's Those moments you have to remember. I trust this person. I chose to do business with this person. I believe that they have the best interest of our company in mind. And give them grace because it's really easy to assume that they're coming from the place where they're trying to make your day ridiculous and they did you know not that they did it on purpose but they didn't even think about me when they did that you know and it's like Whoa Laura. It's not all about you. A case notice and this person has the best interest in a company. It's like a marriage. I while time two marriages I have my and my wife and I and I'm so privileged to have both and they both helped me learn how to do better with the other But yeah it's it's an ever evolving journey so I would not say I would say we're on our on our way to becoming better better communicators every day but it takes a huge investment of time With each other it takes intentionally and it takes. Have you guys discovered any particular methods of communicating? That helps you because one of the I wouldn't call it an issue but one of the dynamics in your relationship is that you don't live near one another. So how do you? How do you deal with that? Re- remote communication and and really specifically like. Do you say things like okay? Well we're going to handle these things by phone call. There's no other way or we're going to handle these things by email or we're gonNA whatever how. How do you guys handle that? Life is so beautiful easing when he founded the company in the same town so great it only lasted for like eight months and now virtual. Yeah so we have We were actually just talking about this today. And because it's something that we've been doing really well but we also need to be better out. We have a meeting rhythm so We have our leadership team meetings on all of that stuff. We do within our team but we meet together once a week And me around our strategic priorities talk about our strategic goals as a company in Howard doing on those things those things in hold each other. Campbell's that meeting rhythm we started last year and it's been a game changer for us once a week. One hour intentional time where we go through the top most important things for the business. So we do that We do call each other a lot because not only re business partners but we're friends In but we've also had to be really intentional about that. Hey this is threatened time. Hey this is business time That's really helped our relationship as well because we want to have a friendship just as much as we want to have a business relationship and it's very easy When you work with someone to talk about work all the time that's been important. I'm and then kind of going through. I think over the years. I don't know that we've spoken about it. But we kind of know with each other. What is what is an urgent matter. What is an important matter in? What's just kind of like a thing? A serious serious. Not Serious thing that's happening and so we kind of learned that when certain things happen. It's a pick up. The phone situation happening with a team. Member may be someone's resigning a real client situation. That's probably pick up the phone moment if it's a need to update you on whatever's going on typically that can happen via email We slack with organization. So we'll slack for quick things. I need a quick answer on this. But if it's something that is gonNA involve more detail. I need your thoughts on this. Were they're going to do that in a phone? Call or we're going to do in our strategic meeting and so we've kind of had to. I guess we've had those conversations over the years but we've learned from each other. This is something I know that. She's GonNa WanNa hear over the phone or she's GonNa WanNa talk about vice versa or this is just a quick update we can send an email whatever but I think defining. What's what's urgent was important on. In having those rhythms helps all of that to stay in sync because the biggest thing for us is we're a large organization larger organization now when we started so. It's much harder for us to stay in sync because there's a lot of things going on and there's a lot of things that are out of not in our direct control anymore. We have team members and leaders that handle things so that the rhythm of Communication Kinda update system helps us Seen check.
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"Former FBI acting deputy director Andrew McCabe won't face any criminal charges following an investigation into media leaks the department of justice today informed McCabe's lawyers that they will not seek to prosecute him criminally for a leak of information back in twenty sixteen about the Clinton foundation a did DOJ inspector general's report found that McCain had not been forthcoming about that leak the president has been beating the drum for years now that became should be in jail in a statement McCabe's attorney Michael Bromwich saying at long last justice has been done in this matter we said at the outset of the criminal investigation almost two years ago that of the facts and the law determine the result no charges would be brought boxes John Roberts at the White House the justice department is taking another look into the case of Michael Flynn who was fired as president trump's national security adviser shortly after he took office a sense pleaded guilty to giving false statements to the FBI a federal prosecutor in Saint Louis is reviewing the case and the F. B. I.'s actions president trump has often praised Flynn and criticized his prosecution entrance a touting his immigration policies while addressing members of the national border patrol council at the White House I have made it my top priority to support our nation's rank and file border agents and by the way law enforcement because law enforcement all over the country is doing an incredible job the president now in Florida for the weekend and will attend the Daytona five hundred race on Sunday a jury's return girly guilty verdicts against attorney Michael of an Audi on charges he tried to extort millions from Viking his attorney done your Perry says our client.
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"The deputy director of the national health commission in China says this morning all the deaths were the first illnesses from the new coronavirus reported last month he says Japan and South Korea have confirmed one case each Thailand three Taiwan also has one reported case as does the US W. T. O. P. at one twenty two the prosecution of the president begin all started showing a deadly Chinese virus makes it to the U. S. was inevitable more bad news for Boeing made twenty twenty before regulators sign off on the plane flying this is the CBS world news roundup with correspondent Jim Chevy the impeachment trial of president trump officially got under way with Republicans and Democrats continuing to squabble over just how to proceed correspondent Natalie brand reports house managers in the White House legal team have begun making their cases during debate over resolution to send impeachment trial rules since the president was sworn into office there was a desire to see him removed an article to where the president he can do whatever he wants you want to say that's okay then you got to say that every future president can come into office and they can do the same thing the resolution will now allow each side up to three days to present twenty four hours of opening arguments after push back from moderate Republicans the house impeachment record will also now automatically be admitted into the evidence opening arguments are expected to begin Wednesday afternoon Natalie brand CBS news Capitol Hill it's here a new and deadly virus that first turned up in China and has now spread to the United States in the Seattle area resident who returned last week from the outbreaks epicenter correspondent mark Strassman a man in his thirties reported feeling ill on Sunday is now under quarantine here at the Providence regional Medical Center just north of Seattle he had traveled recently to Han China for the virus apparently originated in this food market last month it's a new strain now spreading in Asia and has never been seen before in humans the current information suggests that there is you man team in transmission of this virus what we don't know is how sustained transmission signs of the virus include fever cough and trouble breathing in severe cases patients suffer pneumonia kidney failure and death there are no vaccination sars like diseases killed at least six people and sickened three hundred Boeing seven thirty seven MAX related troubles got a little deeper when the company announced it does not expect to get those grounded planes back in commercial service until mid summer CBS is Chris frankly trading a Boeing shares were temporarily halted as news began to surface that Boeing believes the seven thirty seven MAX won't be authorized to return to service Intel at least made twenty twenty Boeing him out and and confirm this information Boeing shares lost more than three percent in trading they had been down nearly six percent earlier in the day on Wall Street the Dow dropping a hundred fifty two points or a half percent to twenty nine thousand one ninety six while his impeachment trial is getting under way president trump is attending the World Economic Forum in Davos Switzerland CBS is Paula re the biggest meeting on the president's agenda while he is here is a one on one meeting with the president of a rock this will be his first one on one meeting the leader of a rock since tensions flared with Iran this is an opportunity for the president to focus on speed craft in contrast to all the partisan proceedings back home the baseball hall of fame has announced his class of twenty twenty with Yankees great Derek Jeter elected to the hall on his very first ballot and just one vote shy of being a unanimous pick appearing on three hundred ninety six of the three hundred ninety seven ballots by the baseball writers association of America he joins Larry Walker entering the hall this year a former Colorado Rockies in Montreal Expos slugger Walker mated in by just six votes he is the second Canadian elected to the baseball hall of fame you're listening to the CBS world news roundup on the eve of opening statements in his rape trial an appeals court turned down Harvey Weinstein's request to move that trial out of New York City or from WCBS reporter Marla done prosecutors plan to.
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"Aids means Heil Hitler this is a guy who was the deputy director of counter intelligence for the FBI all my gosh so you tell my being infiltrated Lindsey Graham am Trey Gowdy before he left they ran a lot of the inner workings the emails they were going on between calming and all sorts of other folks and they can't talk about it but Lindsey Graham couldn't help himself yesterday it's just saying you wait this inspector general's report is gonna being real damning as to what the motivation was by what the FBI was doing with these files warns because they knew they were bogus they want to spy on the trump administration to try to or the trump campaign to try to prevent them from winning the presidency and that's bad enough but then once they win they try to topple the trump administration with bogus warrants and Fizer warrants and everything else based on a bogus whatever this thing was from Christopher Steele Remington Steele this guy over there everybody knew was bogus everybody me appealing it was bogus yet they based warrants on it knowing that it was bogus this dossier Hey Lindsey Graham's I and I hope he's not overplaying his hand but he says this is gonna be huge when this inspector general comes report comes to light and one would presume bars already read the inspector general's report he's already acting on it so how far does this go how deep how far up does it go does it go to call me does it go to Obama we know what goes into the justice department at the time with sweet Loretta and the rest of these folks over there there was a concerted effort to bring down a president it's called any other time in history a coup and I've been calling the coup since day one we'll see what happens I again I hope Lindsay is running I hope it I hope what he's saying is in the years in there and if it is it's gonna be hell to pay folks we'll be back after this.
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"Bush and also deputy director of the White House office of public liaison team welcome to America first it's great to be with you Sebastian thank you I am very impressed we've we've read your book I have my notes in front of me but just shortly if you look at the the blurbs the endorsements you have ed Meese you have my colleague Eric with taxes Ben Shapiro and we love Kay Coles James the president of the heritage foundation that's quite a roster you've got that to well may I say we sent in the manuscript and they were enthusiastic and an author I can't ask for more than that it's a book Sebastian that I think is very very timely topical and relevant I think was Victor Hugo who said there's nothing more important than an idea whose time has come right well listen let let me share with you the the the the fabulous timing that you have I have a review regular guest here on the show he's my former colleague from the White House forceps line likewise an immigrant to this country of patriot loves America I don't know if he's trying to shock my listeners this week because it's always Beatty's always you know sending out a message of fighting the good fight and then he said I don't know if we can keep our Republic I don't know if our grandchildren will live in the freedom we have an end you'll you'll book American restoration is a is a direct challenge to that fear that we are on the path of of you know the Roman Empire doomed to collapse why do you say that we are not what is your argument Tim guideline well first and foremost I am a hopeful list to the core and irredeemable optimist and I share Ronald Reagan's view that our best days are ahead but you know I I want to be very categorical in this regard we have plenty of examples and I know who I'm speaking with we have plenty of examples in western civilization I'm great countries who seem to be an actor Billy on the down slope I. N. yes in that very moment where decadence and decline seem to be the inevitable outcome for those countries and and those civilizations you know in the midst of that decline there were seedlings of regeneration and renewal and I believe and I think a lot of conservatives believe that despite the difficult chapter at Sebastian in which we find ourselves that there are all kinds of hopeful signs in our country in our culture that there are plenty of people who want to arrest this perceived decline and want something better and that's why we wrote the book it's time to restore our constitution restore the founding principles restore the family restore that yeah the concept of human life it is possible and we actually say it's probable probable that America's best days are at the the book is called American restorations Timothy gate leading Craig Austin talk to us about this concept that you build around in the book Russell cooks permanent things what are they and what do we have to do about them here in America well I I'm thrilled more than ever to begin with Russell Kirk because Kirk famously wrote one of the most powerful yes three sentences that you can think up he said that the conservatives is concerned first of all for the regeneration of spirit and character with the perennial problem of the inner order of the soul the restoration of the ethical understanding and the religious sanction upon which any life worth living is found it he said and I quote and this is Russell Kirk this is conservatism at its highest what Russell is saying is that this is a religious Republic you cannot understand America apart from did you day Christian tradition which is that the founding of our country Michael Novak said we are a religious Republic he's exactly right and if we are going to have restoration and renewal it will be again and I think Russell Kirk is absolutely correct it will begin with the renewal of the spirit of our country and I believe absolutely that we Americans have that band with tell a soul so you get very pragmatic Comey we love the Novak's the could expose sometimes they leave us hanging in the stratosphere of of big very big theology in history and they don't get into the the weeds of how we protect these founding principles and then you have a phrase in the book American restoration little platoons one of the little credit on that yes absolutely this is this you know taken from round of one of Russell Kirk and one of the Sebastian Gorka is great heroes Edmund Burke the the Anglo Irish statesman of the eighteenth century what what what what Burke is referring to here in layman's language is all he is he is localism it's our families it's our churches it's our neighborhoods it's our communities its civic associations at the ball Terry organizations you know a Sebastian there is never ever going to be when we talk about American restoration there's never ever going to be a conservative he quibble and of the great society where government is going to impose restoration out from the top it's not gonna be Wall Street Hollywood Silicon Valley it is going to be if we are to have a restoration it is going to to begin at this is that in the little platoons this is so crucial because so many of my fellow conservatives perhaps because they've lost sight of of of the book he principles all or just the so frustrated they have this default setting this knee jerk reaction that okay this is what the left did they can have the March through the institutions and we just need to recapture governments of government can fix it all but but that's the antithesis of what we believe it no it absolutely is the key for conservatives is to engage with the culture and not flee from that you know to be salt and light that will renew our country culture our civilization from within and that engagement Sebastian in our view in American restoration that engagement must take place especially at the local level where real measurable spiritual and cultural transformation you know actually occurs and I must say it very elementary if America returns to its spiritual foundations and we believe that America will do that then the two malls who was times that we live in now will be you know view it as a terrible deed to our S. in our great nation's history and and this book is a roadmap for the way forward it is called American restoration how faith family and personal sacrifice can he law nation we've been talking to its co author Timothy S. gig line and Craig Austin order it right now at Amazon dot com this is America first we've just been texted yes indeed Hogan Gidley has left the oval with his meeting with the president and he will be next here on American.
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"Or unwitting. Wow, there you have it whether witting or unwitting. President may be an unwitting ages. The rations. So I certainly disagreement with Andy, Andy. That's right. Jimmy Jimmy collaboration. Any any McKay? Can you see? What a bunch of dummies had been working at the highest levels of these all important agencies. I mean, this guy was the head of intelligence for the government. And the guys dumb. He should be heading anything that's called the head of intelligence. A deputy director of the FBI McCabe. He's a paranoid. Ideological hack. President a Russian asset. And of course, Don lemon being the journalist said he is feeds this stuff. You know? Like crackers parent. Go ahead. And that is a really painful thing to say. But I believe the was institutionally obligated to do that is to the FBI was institutionally obligated to overthrow the government. And they're lemon sits there. He loves every words it coming out of this fools mouth. It's like he went into a mental institution starts going down the line interviewing oh. There's Andrew McCabe. Ooh. There's James Clapper. CNN is a mental institution, actually. Go ahead. Initiate investigation. And if you go back. Longview, here of the behavior. Of candidate Trump and imprisons wrong in his deference to the Russian deference to the Russians. You know, folks, I'm old enough to remember during the Reagan administration where I serve it. Ronald Reagan was very tough on the Soviets, and he was attacked as a doddering old full going to get us in a nuclear war. He doesn't understand diplomacy and foreign policy. Hey stupid. He doesn't read his briefing books tough on Russia the evil empire. He wants to increase defense spending. So he. Reagan. Now, we have Trump deferential they say to the Russians may be unwittingly. So, you know, he's he personally defended Putin. Now, he we're told is bad. Reagan bad, Trump bad, and they tried to ask both of them the Iran contra, quote, unquote affair. Was about trying to remove Ronald Reagan from the president the Russia collusion lie is about trying to remove Donald Trump in the presidency. It's that simple. The difference. Here is you actually had senior individuals in the Obama administration in federal law enforcement and federal national security leading the way that's different. Go ahead. Particularly his personal deference to Putin rotation about the emails in July sixteen and then all these developments culminating in the firing of director Komi, which he acknowledged you. So he's a conspiracy. Nut is Clapper a conspiracy nut as I've said over and over again. So now people repeating it on radio, and that's a good thing. Too. Good thing. It really is. I mean, that's my gold for spread the word, right? Donald Trump was far tougher and is far tougher on Russia than Obama ever. Was Obama was an appeaser. Obama loud the Russians into Syria. Obama armed the Iranians Obama ignored what the Chinese were doing in the South China Sea. Obama ignored the North Koreans and they're the developing nukes. Obama basically had no problem or didn't do anything about Putin moving into Crimea. I mean, I could go on and on. So I would have to say Mr. producer Obama was an unwitting. Russian asset Chinese Asha asset North Korean acid, rain acid does that make sense. Obama was an unwitting asset of the Russians the Chinese Iranians and the North Koreans. And then winning acid. I know this because I'm following the same logic as the utterly stupid and illogical. Jane, James Clapper shell stupid. There's a guy. Lied to congress committed perjury. About the NSA. Checking in on all the phone numbers. Is that true? Mr clapper. No, I'd have to say, it's.
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"FBI deputy director David Bowden making you aware that hoax threat have real consequences. We don't want to see a young person began their adult lives with a felony record making false threats is not a joke. Think before you post it F B I dot gov. Our we'll feed your curiosity. Stay informed. News Radio six hundred ninety Katie SM. Well, Jeff Bezos is about to divide a one hundred and forty billion dollar fortune with his soon to be ex wife. Some people are losing their life. Savings trying to sell things on Amazon dot com. Kim commanded with your Friday. Consumer take up date brought to you by simply safe the most innovative and comprehensive wireless protection for your home. Order yours at SimpliSafe, Kim dotcom. The Atlantic wrote about a couple who lost forty thousand dollars trying to hit a big on Amazon. Marketplace all they had to do was pay self-proclaimed experts four thousand dollars to help them find random popular products made in China in this case, a plastic wine aerator, which they were told to buy a bunch of and sell on Amazon these Amazon get rich quick schemes are rapid fall Ford, and you'll be faced with unexpected extra fees, and then competition from lots of other people trying to do the exact same thing. There's no way to get your money back, these success coaches disappear faster, they'd any privacy might have left on Facebook. I am commando. The world is full of sounds at warn you about danger like if you get a little close to a rattlesnake you'll hear rattle, but what about in the digital world. If your personal information is in danger. There's no rattling sound to let you know. You might be in trouble..
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"The deputy director of the service Daniel Smith says in a statement that the money will be used to bring in staff to maintain restrooms clean up trash and patrol the parks. However, democratic congresswoman Betty McCullum of Minnesota says that tipping into user fees, this way, likely violates the law a university of Virginia sorority says it has been wrong. Only punished for an unusual hazing requiring pledges to study. Here's John Stolnis. The primarily Latina sorority sigma Lambda Epsilon sued the school back in September saying they were improperly punished for hazing after they required. Its members to study twenty five hours a week, the university agreed with a recruit who complained that being asked to study that much violated the school's anti hazing policy. The sorority was suspended in March the sorority defends their practice arguing that some classes and athletic programs have the same expectations regarding studying a judge allowed the sorority to add individual university officials as defendants last week. I'm John Stolnis. A call for negotiations to continue from the senior Senator from Texas John Cornyn took to the Senate floor after new senators were sworn in a lot more productive ways to spend our time in congress. Then ruthlessly attempting to annihilate our political opponents people we disagree with. We can we have and we should strive to do. Better today marks the sixteenth day at the partial government shutdown as the White House and congressional Democrats dig in over funding for a border wall. Authorities have charged a twenty year old black man in the drive-by shooting death of seven-year-old jasmine Barnes near Houston. Eric black junior is charged with capital murder in what authorities now say appears to be a case of mistaken identity Harris County sheriff Ed Gonzales, encourage the community to stop since Los acts of violence, put the guns down congresswoman Sheila jackson-lee said she was proud of the community for providing tips and sticking together. Even when it was thought the suspect may have been white in the shooting could have been racially motivated. We did not divine. Authorities say a second person is being questioned and could be involved in this shooting. Clayton Neville WB. AP news again, mostly cloudy skies tonight. What's in patchy fog and drizzle?.