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Fresh update on "devin" discussed on Dave Ramsey

Dave Ramsey

01:01 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "devin" discussed on Dave Ramsey

"To environmental protections. Trump is pushing 11th hour rule changes that could last for years. They include religious exemptions for federal contractors looser if Efficiency standards for shower heads of washing machines and stricter eligibility for food stamps, even his millions out of work in the pandemic. Look to the government for help that Davies he's Devin Dwyer in Washington. Meanwhile, President elect Joe Biden's making a pleader Americans in an effort to slow the spread of coronavirus. President elect Joe Biden is setting a new goal for Americans as he prepares to take office. I'm going to ask the public for 100 days. The mask. This 100 days to mask not forever 100 days and I think we'll see a significant reduction. The CDC is now saying the U. S. Could reach a death toll of 329,000 by Christmas. That's ABC is kind of mode in the week after being fined for delaying safety recalls. Hyundai says it will recall about 130,000 vehicles in the U. S because the engines could fail. Recall covers certain 2012 Santa Fe, SUVs, 2015 and 26 villa, stur cars and sonata hybrid cars from 2011 to 2013 and 2016. At 12 10. Let's get a look at your money from ABC News Wall Street now a disappointing employment report. The Labor Department says that 245,000 jobs were added in November, far below expectations and a slow down a job growth from previous months. For the first time, federal regulators have taken action against a company for misleading investors about its financial health during the pandemic. The Cheesecake Factory said in federal filings that it was quote operating sustainably. Well, it was actually bleeding $6 million a week with more people adopting animals. During these days of isolation, Petco has filed for an initial public offering. Same store sales have risen 9.5% so far this year, Petco plans to list on the NASDAQ with the ticker symbol W 00. F Jim Ryan, ABC News Checking The latest numbers Now from Wall Street, the Dow is up 180 points and as 16 57, the S and.

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Fresh "Devin" from John Reid

John Reid

00:48 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh "Devin" from John Reid

"Out today. Erica Turkey has details. The U. S economy added 245,000 jobs in November, well below the expectations of many economists. The unemployment rate edged down to 6.7%. The numbers reflect what the Labor Department called the continued resumption of economic activity that had been curtailed due to covert 19, though the department conceded the pace of improvement has moderated in recent months. Rich in school Superintendent Jason Cameras will be recommending to the school board that the division's day virtual for the rest of the academic year. He said that Thursday in an email the family's pointing to rising coronavirus numbers and to the results of a recent survey where 63% of families and 80% of staff Favorite staying virtual. The school board meets on Monday for gingers, coronavirus numbers air headed in the wrong direction. The state has been consistent for the last couple months. But so far this week, the positivity rate has been jumping. Monday was at 7.5%. It is now up to 9.5% Virginia's numbers. They're still less than many other states who have seen spikes. While waiting for a vaccine can of bone reports. There have been some potential setback in central problems for vaccine distribution plans. IBM says hackers are trying to disrupt the procedures that keep the vaccines properly. Cool during transport. This is the weapon. That is going to win the war Governor Andrew Cuomo is giving New Yorkers a look at the Fizer vaccine, which must be stored at minus 94 degrees. The box can stay open for no more than 90 seconds. Joe Biden said Thursday is one of his first acts as president. He would ask Americans to commit to 100 days of wearing mask to help fight the coronavirus. He is frequently emphasized mask wearing as a patriotic duty and indicated the request will be part of his inaugural address. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi are talking about a bipartisan coronavirus stimulus package that is gaining momentum. Mary Bruce has the latest. It was their first conversation on covert relief since the election, and both sides are now sounding increasingly optimistic. The growing number of Republicans are now backing that new $900 billion bipartisan compromise bill, but Republican leader Mitch McConnell is position. Still isn't clear He's been pushing for a smaller, more targeted plan. President Trump has indicated he would sign that compromise bill with less than two months to go till Inauguration Day, the president looking to leave his mark more from Devin Dwyer, even as he refuses to concede Donald Trump is reshaping policies and disrupting government norms. To the very end. I think that there will be a lot of things happening between now in the 20th of January from immigration to environmental protections. Trump is pushing 11th hour rule change. Is that could last for years..

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No. 10 Kentucky rolls past Morehead State 81-45 in opener

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

No. 10 Kentucky rolls past Morehead State 81-45 in opener

"Number ten Kentucky won its season opener is Brandon Boston juniors fifteen points and seven rebounds led the Wildcats to an eighty one forty five topping a Morehead St Boston was seven of fourteen from the field for the Wildcats who shot fifty six percent and out rebounded the eagles thirty seven twenty five Devin Eskew and Terrence Clark each made five of nine attempts and finished with twelve points apiece Kentucky's roster overhaul includes ten new players featuring seven highly regarded freshman the new faces didn't prevent the Wildcats from recording eighteen assists on thirty three baskets I'm Dave Ferrie

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Heading home for the holiday? Get a virus test, colleges say

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 weeks ago

Heading home for the holiday? Get a virus test, colleges say

"College students are being prepared on campus for thanksgiving break by getting a corona virus test the fear is college students heading home could also bring the virus home various schools have various types of tests to live a lot less Bob deep into your nose at the university of Utah Laurie macdonald says they found a way to test more students are using a rapid test that allows the person to do it themselves kind of take a swab of their nose Devin king got the test it was a little strange at first definitely having that was something of your nose definitely felt weird for the first time doing it it wasn't as bad as I expected though I've heard a lot of horror stories the university of Pittsburgh isn't testing students before they leave worried the task could be unreliable giving students a false sense of security I'm at Donahue

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A look at what’s next for the Knicks after the 2020 NBA Draft

Real_Sports: A Snapchat Sports Pod

01:37 min | 2 weeks ago

A look at what’s next for the Knicks after the 2020 NBA Draft

"Former head of basketball or whatever at ca His son sam represents ob top. And at ca leon is out here money laundering and the new york it is. It is in broad daylight in front of us and nobody's saying anything. It's right in front of your face you don't to be you don't have to work in finance or not. Even money. Laundering is to know that. Ca eric paschal and karl anthony towns in that. Listen i just keep an eye. You need to see a names. I know you know the names. There's there's some guys out there jalen brunson there. There's jim well. That's a lien. Rose family connection. So he's coming soon. I bet But just something's fishy in in the makah congrats on. Ob congrats on quickly. The shooter from kentucky our kentucky scraps but I've got my eye on the garden. All right let's round out the lottery. Deady shutout israel cheer locker room. Podcast chat cheers to that. He goes nine sticks. He's a male and guide. Jalen smith goes tens of sons devin vessel great. So i don't know a lotta guys. I'll be straight on like this the draft where. I didn't know a lot of people but who did the sun stick stick's jalen smith. He's great great goggles. Gray goggles yeah. That's what i got. And then it's the first

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Shake-Up At Pentagon Puts Trump Loyalists Into Senior Roles

KNX Evening News

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

Shake-Up At Pentagon Puts Trump Loyalists Into Senior Roles

"Of his loyalists after firings and resignations among top defense officials. President Trump seen in public for the first time in nearly a week in Arlington National Cemetery in honor of Veterans Day. He was there for less than 10 minutes and made no remarks. Also there, the new acting secretary of defense, Christopher Miller, on Monday, President Trump abruptly fired Defense Secretary Mark Esper. Raising concerns about national security. And now the president is stacking the Pentagon with loyalists, including Anthony Taito, a retired general who has promoted conspiracy theories and cash Patel, a former aide to Republican Congressman Devin Nunes, We're gonna win the whole thing. The president continues

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As Trump makes baseless fraud allegations, Republicans back his refusal to concede

All Things Considered

01:09 min | 3 weeks ago

As Trump makes baseless fraud allegations, Republicans back his refusal to concede

"In dozens of states from both political parties say there is no evidence that fraud or other violations Played a role in President Trump's defeat. But Republican lawmakers and candidates are following Trump's lead and refusing to concede and that includes Republicans in California. KCR W's Tara Katrina has the run down. Throughout the state Republicans are echoing Trump's refusal and promoting untrue allegations of voting irregularities. They include representatives Tom McClintock of Elk Grove, Douglas, Alfa Oroville and Devin Nunes of two Larry same goes for minority leader of the California state Senate, Shannon Grove. And the top ranking Republican in Congress Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy of Bakersfield. Closer to home. Some field candidates are trying to sow doubt too. Carol Webber didn't really have a fighting chance at his run for California's 37th District congressional seat. The Republican was up against popular Democrat incumbent Karen Bass in a very blue part of Los Angeles. At last count, Weber lost by more than 72% points, but even he has refused to concede, citing baseless claims. In this case,

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Brewers' Williams, Mariners CF Lewis win Rookie of the Year

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 weeks ago

Brewers' Williams, Mariners CF Lewis win Rookie of the Year

"Hi Mike Rossi reporting Seattle mariners center fielder Kyle Lewis sweeps the vote for American League rookie of the year Seattle mariners center fielder Kyle Lewis has been voted American League rookie of the year Louis pulled in all thirty first place votes in balloting by the baseball writers association of America Lewis is the twelfth unanimous rookie of the year the American League joining a list that includes Carlton Fisk Derek Jeter Mike trout and Aaron judge the twenty five year old Lewis batted two sixty two with eleven homers and twenty six RBIs in a fifty eight game pandemic shortened season the National League rookie of the year as Milwaukee brewers reliever Devin Williams hi Mike Rossio

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Kendall Jenner throws large party despite rising COVID-19 cases

Sarah and Vinnie

04:04 min | Last month

Kendall Jenner throws large party despite rising COVID-19 cases

"But on Saturday night Ah! Kendall Jenner decided the hell with all this stuff. And threw about 100 Person rooftop Halloween slash birthday party for herself her birthday's actually today she is 25. This is the youngest one now candles. The second youngest Kylie is the youngest. Okay, That's right. Kendall's the model chick, the one who yesterday was dressed up as barbed wire and did the Did you see that as shot on that motorcycle? I thought Kiley was the one dressed as barbed wire. No, Kendall. That was Kendall. I can't. I know it's hard there all day. And they all they're sisters. They all you know. Look like each other. Except for Chloe. In various urgency, sir, I'm sure they do. Right. We all want to look like him. You could make that happen. I get that going. So Ah, she is that she threw herself a huge party. Well, huge by Covad standards anyway, it's about at least four times what the recommended Like if you must, isn't it 25? Like a complete if you must. Let's limited to 25 people and very famous name said that I will throw the mascot. I mean, look, they supposedly all had masks on. They all had to get covert test ahead of time. I'm sure that's all. I'm sure they were very strict about it. She had Justin and Haley Bieber. Didn't Justin and Haley get I can never remember who's had it and who hasn't. But I'm sure these people already have. So you got your Justin? You're Haley Bieber. You got the weekend? Jaden Smith, Kim and Kanye Kylie Jenner. Travis got Paris Hilton Cuervo Dodge a cat. Kendall's boyfriend, Devin Booker of the Phoenix Suns. Most these people are probably just neighbors, right? I mean, look, they I don't know where this was, but they call it a rooftop party. So this could have been anywhere. Finn. Okay? You know what I mean so that she could have rented out the top of the hotel's could have in Vegas. They're not, you know. I don't see. Ah, sorry, West Hollywood so not at her house. Oh, boy, that is some ass cheek. Who's that? That was a candle in the barbed wire costume. All right? Yes, She's the only one without a giant heinie. Maybe it is giant. It just doesn't look like it by comparison, because she's a model and modeling agencies like you can't have a giant honey. I mean, she's pulling Pam Anderson so hard there. It's It's incredible. She's It's unbelievable that yeah, scrolling zoom in on that. Incredible. Ah, even Pam Anderson like you. Time is money. Good for her. Yeah, I know. She got all day and the crew to put that all together. You're right. Many look, people don't foam O on this stuff. You don't have time for this. You might want to. But you don't so just let it go. Let it go. So if it matters to you the whole staff because, of course, is a giant staff to that's the other thing With these parties. These celebrities they're showing. It's not just the people who attend this party. It's the people who are working the party. You know you're okay. Maybe you do trust every single one of your friends and they've been in quarantine and blah, blah, blah. You can't say that about the wait, staff. You can't say that about the people who are, you know, add junks to this party, the support staff. So check the coat. Check guy. Sure, he's all Aziz hanging up your coat. You know, not good. So if it matters to you, the staff and all the guests had to take a rapid Covad test in order to be allowed in. So luckily, she had access to 200 rapid covert test. Isn't that nice? How bizarre against time and money thing? All things are possible with time and money. Yeah. Mostly money, though. But personally with time and money, I wouldn't waste it on that. Whatever she's doing now.

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CONFERENCE PREVIEW: The ACC has Virginia in the catbird seat, with Duke, North Carolina, Florida State and Louisville all giving chase

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

03:57 min | Last month

CONFERENCE PREVIEW: The ACC has Virginia in the catbird seat, with Duke, North Carolina, Florida State and Louisville all giving chase

"So in our rankings, it goes Virginia North Carolina like you pointed out after that it's Florida State Louisville but you had those in The Opposite Order Louisville Florida State I. I think you can argue either way, but you mentioned you talk to the North Carolina staffer. Recently, I talked to somebody at Florida state. Within the past week and they were openly wondering if they if this team. was going to be better than last season's team and last season's team of course, won the ACC, and so I take that for whatever it's worth but. In Tallahassee they think they've got a they think they've got a team that's going to finish. Fifth in the fourth or fifth in the ACC. What's interesting here is I know and Louisville's also. I think quietly really in on their roster I. think There's a line after Florida State and Louisville another tier if you will. When we get to the teams after that? I listen. I. Have Been Wrong about FSU LIKE I say it was good humor here but be tournament picks or general projections I have been off on Fsu more often than been correct. Efficacy was twenty, six and five when the ACC last season and lost Trent forest loss Patrick Williams lost Devin for cell I mean those are the teams four best players they're not that it doesn't still have talent but. That would be just a hell of a deal there. If Leonard Hamilton could make that happen to combine them with Louisville, real, quick I I actually think. It's I think that Louisville can be close to what Lewis last season it was ninth and Ken Palm. It went twenty, four seven it loses all five of its starters but. I just again legit because we're doing this in real time like just like David Johnson Samuel Williamson are are two names that are that in my opinion need to be on our top one, hundred one players and then they bring carly. Jones in from Radford who apparently might be their best player and You know it could be a twenty two point. Game Guy. is going to have a different look to them this season. The top of the ACC is totally fascinating I. Really do think it's Virginia and the other four we've mentioned. Almost, put them in any order. I can't quite see Louisville being top team in the league I can't get there but I think it could be super competitive and everyone below Virginia they're is GonNa make for an interesting race we had in our voting Miami coming in at six and then Syracuse at seven and it's interesting like. Last season I remember talking about this briefly and then you know pain. Democrats and everything's over. So whatever. But. Here's Syracuse. Again picked seventh in our preseason poll ACC poll. In terms of the panelists, some people had them as low as nine. I think you had eight I had him seven. So I'm more of a believer than most but. How many times do you think Syracuse has finished in the top five in the ACC in the past six seasons? Trivia Thanh. Say Zero Zero is the answer two, thousand fifteen eighth two, thousand, sixteen, Ninth, two, thousand, seventeen seventy, two, thousand, eighteen, tenth, two, thousand, nine, hundred, seventh last season six, zero, top. Top five finishes in the League Past Seasons there are twenty, eight and twenty, eight in the. Past. Three seasons they had a surprising final four in two, thousand sixteen and a surprising sweet sixteen in two thousand eighteen. So that Ma- ask some of this, but it is undeniable that. For, one reason or another you know that's one of the biggest brains in college basketball and it hasn't been operating like one of the biggest brains in college basketball lately,

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Indiana's OT gamble pay off in upset over No. 8 Penn State

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Indiana's OT gamble pay off in upset over No. 8 Penn State

"It's a game Penn state should one instead Indiana pulls off a thirty six to thirty five upset with a one point lead in less than two minutes left the Nittany lions only needed to run out the clock instead Devin Ford ran for a touchdown in Penn state went up by eight the Hoosiers responded with a touchdown and two point conversion in overtime both teams scored touchdowns in Indiana successfully went for the win with the two point conversion by quarterback Michael Penix they play man know everybody got covered up so I had to scramble not making plays two point conversion so you got a score or lose the game and I can let the team down it was Indiana's first win against a top ten team since nineteen eighty seven I'm Tom McCabe

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Belichick reaches milestone as Patriots top Raiders 36-20

Vegas Nation - Raiders Football

04:59 min | 2 months ago

Belichick reaches milestone as Patriots top Raiders 36-20

"Everyone is time for the bonus episode postgame recap for Vegas Nation podcast. I'm your host Heidi Fang and I'm joined with our readers writers, Ed Greenie, Adam. Hill we're going to break down what happened here in the Raiders Lost Thirty six to twenty against the New England Patriots here Gillette Stadium in Foxborough at an ir up in the press box Adam back in Vegas a from my vantage point it was. A lot of mistakes made by the raiders, which is something you can't do against the bill belichick coach team. So we're GONNA get all into that here but I I want to remind everybody that we are brought to you by Salmon Ash, indeed visa and also favor. So make sure to subscribe wherever you're listening and what was your first take on what you saw out in the field today with the raiders. You're right. They did everything you can't do and win on the road or anywhere turn the ball over three times. Once rent on. Didn't protect car when they were driving. Me fumbled the Fumble Alina Game Matter Games already overby fumbled the end zone. In the second half, they just wore down defensively I actually done the first thirty minutes be interested at him. I think thought the first thirty minutes they played. As good. A defense as they haven't a while let's be honest. Thirteen points here cam help them a lot. He wasn't any third, but they were down on the second Apple Sikhism Derek. Carr in the offense couldn't stand field. He gave up two hundred and fifty yards total rushing late Sony Michelle when expert in its players per talking, you know these of League so they were down and they just couldn't match. Match up. So a bad game they printed everything you can do and what on the road so Adam how much in fact that these running bags like just through the defense offered their game because I don't think they were looking to contain the likes of three different running backs in this one I think they prepared to contain Cam Newton? What was your thoughts on the running game? I think I was definitely a part of it and I think there was definitely adjustments made. By the Patriots coaching staff because as as ED put out for the first half of the, Patriots were able to run the ball somewhat. But I thought a it wasn't. There wasn't those explosive plays. There wasn't those big plays downfield and it was a kind of picking up some yards here. They're moving the ball effectively but not really gashing the raiders defense and then. They figured out something in the run game after halftime and I'll be interested to find out the later in the week. Interested to get the the all twenty two film comes out like Tuesday. Look a little what happened but I think just at first glance without really looking into what they were doing on the line maybe differently. They definitely started to go to some more cutback plays where they I thought really were able to take advantage of some over pursuit of the writer side in particular from Jonathan Abram, who you know, we know what he can do. In terms just flying around offensively and having people would kind of sending a message for that defense but at the same time. You can use that aggression against him and I think the Patriots kind of figure that out a little bit and it really hit him with a big plays on a place where he got into the gap, he was near the bulk area but just couldn't make up Adams exactly right and and they're going to have to here's the thing about a player John Neighbor might think they love is aggressiveness in his hitting all that he's got a swagger Jim and I. Hate to say this, but sometimes, you just have to you have to balance that it's hard to tell a guy like that. Don't play this way but Adams wait we should for resod against Christian McCaffrey, over pursues too much when you take the battling new pursue Sunny Michelle Christian McCaffrey, they're gonNA come back will go so Yeah. They just didn't play the run wellness second atoms right they adjusted and you have to give Michelle credit like I said when you go For, an average of thirteen yards of Kerry and I don't know if he's ever average per carry more than seven in a games and you also have saved in job I am. But they did they didn't play offensively were out of rhythm Waller. We'll talk about that I know atoms writing thoughts. Darren WELLM was non factor when you get a lot of good at the bill Belgium at he talked about. How good daring waller as well. Guess what he must have died because they ran every defense coverage double team run in stem and stopped him. So atom I know you you wrote about this mean, what did you hear the game to her? How they? You know bottle up there wall I thought it was a group effort I. think that's what of expected to hear from the Patriots Bill. Belichick obviously didn't go into detail about what he did. I think it was just a lot of deception what they were doing offensively disguising it and Bella check pointed out. Hey, it wasn't somebody covering him necessarily a lot of zone. We played a lot of you know bracket coverage a lot of. Men under there was a lot of different things. Defensively. On Waller but I think it was more just about the looks of they're giving up the line and never letting the raiders. No. Before the play what kind of coverage is GonNa be on Waller? Want Credit Anybody I. Think mccourty would be the one that you would like added. Say. Devin mccourty that Dinnie. Tremendous job on him but it was a little bit of everybody kind of in the mixer.

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Houston Rockets fail to stave-off elimination in loss to the Los Angeles Lakers

The Full 48

04:20 min | 2 months ago

Houston Rockets fail to stave-off elimination in loss to the Los Angeles Lakers

"So, there's a whole list of ways to For a whole host of the culprits here. Right IF PEOPLE WANNA start scapegoating or pointing fingers at the reason for the rockets. Quick Demise. This postseason I might point to James Harden just say they're fundamentally flawed because of the the style that he plays and how how hardened centric they are that I will always key on that. I but there is the Russ Hardin experiment. There's small ball itself. There's the catch all analytics failed that there's there's the camp out there who wanted to blame analytics or Darrell Blame Mike Dan Tony. It's about maybe it's about his system although I don't think they were running what Mike is usually known for. Is there one thing that stands out to you? That was that the primary culprit for why they failed this particular postseason? Well I'll answer that two ways first and foremost is that it's very hard to win an NBA championship especially coming out of the Western conference I think people forget that think how you have to beat our. You know now with Lebron James Who's arguably the best player in the League one of the best of all time he is here, Wilde Leonard whose I believe has the best. Regular season win percentage in the NBA history who may be on the verge of leading his third different team to an NBA championship is the best player he's out here and the no. Forget the team in the bay that went to the finals five years in a row they're going to be back next year and how are those are the guys you have to just to get To the NBA finals out of the West. So I think in our winner, take all society it's easy to forget that as I mentioned, I think the rockets have been arguably the second best team in the NBA over the last four five years So they are close however to answer your question more directly. The biggest concern I have like I said is on the biggest stage look. Who sometimes as an executive coach or player, and sometimes it's not that's what happened to him a few years ago in game seven when they missed twenty seven consecutive threes or whatever it was that's part of the deal that way this thing goes the way it shouldn't go. Howard. If you'RE GONNA WANNA win anything at a high level is you always have to try you always have to compete. You always have to give your best effort. Now can Houston do that? Can they answer those questions that remains to be seen and unfortunately were they new head coach coming in? I think to some extent Howard whenever next season starts it doesn't really matter what they. Do in the regular season you and I both think the Houston Rockets as you know currently constructed or very likely to be playoff team again, the western conference but the questions are going to start again when they get to the playoffs and frankly I don't think they'll be able to answer those questions until the playoffs are ending as far as did they show up and compete every night because we have two examples in the last four years where they haven't done that in the big stage and has a lot of people myself included scratching their head as far as you know why James Harden, his teammates didn't even try to rise to the occasion. Yeah it's. You lay it out correctly or I would agree with the way you laid out, which is as you start looking forward. Immediately you have to think about. All right. Well, who who are we chasing and if we assume everything stays static that Lebron Anthony Davis are still together that Paul, George is still together. The nuggets aren't going anywhere. So there's a three teams at the top. Already, the warriors could very easily and should jump back into the top four. Even Gotten to Utah or the rising mavericks or anything else yet, and at best the rockets are V before we've even gotten through this season much less the off season and getting next. Look ahead like do we know how do we? How do you forecast them's anything better than that, and that's fine. If you're young team on the rise, if you're the mavericks and you look out an next year source, maybe somewhere in the four, five, six range. That's fine. You're young team on the rise you're you're you're building as you go the rockets are you know you're built around two stars in their early thirties? And if you're if you're not going forward, then you're going backward the you're sliding and I don't know that the flexibility is there to to really rebuild around those two guys on the fly here. So I don't know whether assuming darryl still in the job because there's been doubts about that too. But whatever. Whatever the Front Office does this off-season I I do not envy especially in an Arrow or in a year with potentially a shrinking cap with the little or two zero flexibility I don't I just don't know where they go from here unless you go and start entertaining the extremes and that's trading the stars and that that might be even harder. So maybe they have no choice but to just stay on the path, try to find some bargains and hope for the best I

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California wildfire traps campers in national forest

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:20 sec | 3 months ago

California wildfire traps campers in national forest

"Forest KP I X TV's Devin Faily. Last night 63 campers near a Fresno County reservoir were rescued by military helicopters. The others were being told to shelter in place and to get into the water if they had to. Until rescue crews could return. The fire's over 36,000 acres of 0% contained For fourth night. Protests continue

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Tracking Packers’ cuts down to initial 53-man roster

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

00:13 sec | 3 months ago

Tracking Packers’ cuts down to initial 53-man roster

"For the Packers today's practice at Lambeau. The final workout before roster cuts the initial roster due to the league by three o'clock Saturday afternoon. Packers working out wide receiver Devin Smith today a former first round pick of the Dallas Cowboys, who was recently let

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Warriors' Green fined $50K for Booker comments

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 4 months ago

Warriors' Green fined $50K for Booker comments

"And the MBA has fine Draymond green of the Warriors $50,000 for comments made on TNT set the former Spartan tagged with tampering after saying that star Devin Booker needs to get out of Phoenix and play for a good team. When Ernie Johnson asked if he's tampering with that statement, Green replied. Maybe

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Warriors' Green fined $50K for Booker comments

Meet The Press with Chuck Todd

00:22 sec | 4 months ago

Warriors' Green fined $50K for Booker comments

"The league finding a Warriors forward Draymond green $50,000 for tampering because of comments he made about Suns guard Devin Booker while serving as a guest analyst on TNT Cherry Friday's broadcast, Green praised Booker in the Sons for their undefeated star in the Orlando bubble butt, said Booker. It needs to get out of Phoenix because it's not good for his career. Needs to go somewhere where he can play great basketball all the time and win because he's that type of player

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The Wheel of Frequencies  8 Cosmic Spiral Frequencies

Subtle Medicine

03:36 min | 4 months ago

The Wheel of Frequencies 8 Cosmic Spiral Frequencies

"Alright, so inner sparks wheel of frequencies. What is this? There are eight. Eight unique spokes, eight unique members of your Inner Wisdom Council eight unique flavors or archetypes that we can think of that are here to guide us so these these eight members when taken together really provide us with like a map with blueprints with a framework for how to how to live how to live in a manner that. Honors Ourselves Honors, others and honors the planet it gives us a framework for personal and spiritual professional growth development wholeness healing all of it. It's a way for us to live in the manner that we were meant to live. With optimal radiance and clarity and vitality, so those of you that followed my work for lake. Any amount of time know that my soul's purpose Devin is here on the planet to resurrect our collective awareness of the sacred spiral essence of existence through aligning with nature and seasonal and cosmic flow. And I have plenty of. that. Go into what that means. Particularly the one about the spiral and the triangle, and that's depicted in an inner sparks logo so everything in the world in in our life in our bodies. in our being. In mother Earth! Exists on this. This beautiful kind of spiral nothing is linear and permanent and fixed, even though our modern society kind of does everything it can to make that, so, but it's just not possible. That's that's not. That's not how this works. Nothing is linear and anyone who has embarked on any kind of journey whether it's starting a business or parenthood or healing or anything of the sort knows that it's not linear yet. We try so hard to make things like super Rijn super linear, so in doing that. We have come to really shame and ridicule and oppress anything that is spy early, and that's like everything about about our lives. Our bodies right especially embodies with wounds and. And bleeding, we have our own inner cycles, our own inner spiral, the body in general will age. It is not permanent is not fixed the seasons of of our life. The seasons of the planet everything is is constantly flowing so by US intentionally bringing awareness and reverend back to this this spiral, rather than doing everything in our power to resist it. Is Us really committing a revolutionary act and bringing greater ease and harmony and flow and health to our lives. Most office health ailments come from trying to suppress or fight against the body's natural spiraling tendencies, having these these phases of rest and rejuvenation. Of expression an action, and then of you know kind of deceleration and repeat like need those phases of. Build up express. Cool down I repeat repeat repeat. Just thinking for a moment right now

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Treasury names small businesses receiving PPP loans

Ron St. Pierre

02:25 min | 5 months ago

Treasury names small businesses receiving PPP loans

"Releasing releasing info info about some of the 650,000 recipients of loans from the payroll protection program, which was passed by Congress to allow small businesses to keep their workers employed during this pandemic. While mostly small businesses and nonprofits got money through the program, which is given out $521 billion. There were also some wealthy and well connected recipients to Among them. Kanye West's clothing and sneaker brand. The anti tax group Americans for tax reform companies owned by the family of President Trump's son in law and senior advisor Jared Kushner, as well as California representative Devin Nunes Winery Family Cos. Of West Virginia Governor Jim Justice who is considered to be one of the state's richest persons. Washington, D C political strategy Cos. Legal firms and big money hedge funds to Treasury Department only named companies that got more than $150,000 which made up less than 15% of the companies that received loans about locally. 2453 Rhode Island employers got the federal PPP loan worth at least 150 large Ted Niecy from Eye Witness News With that story, The US Small Business Administration on Monday released the names of all employers that got at least $150,000 from the Paycheck protection program, which Congress created in March to mitigate layoffs amid the covert 19 pandemic. The list includes quite a few familiar names. The Poss Ox got a loan of at least $350,000 to retain 49 jobs. Fellows got loans for a number of its restaurant locations. Even the parent company of the Foxy Lady Strip club received at least $150,000 to retain 159 jobs. Overall, the SB says 2453 Rhode Island employers got at least $150,000 each. 14 round, employers got at least $5 million over $1.8 billion in loans have been a Awarded in the states. So far, a majority of the loan money has to go toward payroll. Employers can apply to have the loans forgiven by the S P A. The economy needs a lot of help. Appearing on Sundays face the nation, Economist Mark Zandi warned. Congress will need to do more as the PPP winds down even though unemployment back down if you had a Books that are unemployed People who are got their hours cut there so working, but they got their hours cut. Then consider those folks that are still working. Haven't gotten your hours. Couple got their pay cut. You're talking about 1/3 of all American workers that are still struggling. And if you want to take a

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Protecting Your Assets

Accelerate Your Business Growth

04:15 min | 5 months ago

Protecting Your Assets

"On my guest. Today is Devon Miller. Helping Fortune one hundred clients with their intellectual property Devin realized that there weren't many good intellectual property legal resources for startups and small businesses. As, an entrepreneur himself, he wanted to help other small business. Owners learn about patents, trademarks and copyrights. So they can build value into their businesses and protect their assets. And that's what we're GONNA be talking about today. Thanks so much for joining me Devon. Pleasure happened to be on. Glad to have you, so talk to me some about how a business goes about protecting their brand or Invention! Yes. Oh, maybe it's easiest I'll give you a really. Quick overview is kind of the different areas. You can go about protecting year their cyber small, this or any business, so if you're look at if you hear people Kinda referred to, there's kind of an umbrella term that would be intellectual property. That kind of if you WANNA referred to the the big. Big The big topic that it'd be intellectual property, and then underneath that you basically have what are patents, trademarks and copyrights which are then what used to protect so patents are gonNA. Go towards anything. That's an invention, so if you creating it has a functionality invention as a product is software anything that you know does something that's going to be under patents. Trademarks are GONNA. Be More for a brand of anything about anything that's building your brand whether it's logo whether it's a product name or company, name or catchphrase anything it's basically brand related is GonNa fall under trademarks and copyrights are going to be more for creative work, so if it's a book or a video or a picture or something that's more on the creative. Creative nature that you're grading than it's GonNa Kinda Copyright, so those are kind of the three areas that you can protect her protector, grow or protect your business depending on which one and a Lotta. Times you'll have you know multiple ill fall under multiple those verticals those are kind of the main areas that you use to protect your brand or protect your business. Okay. That's great, okay so. Let's start a break it down, so talk about wide patents are so important for protecting an invention. Yes, so there's a few reasons and. Always joke that you know. Ask An attorney, a question and Dwayne. TURT- whether or not they tell you the answer is it depends because that's all out over solitary question, but I'll give you a better answer than it depends so, but so when I look at patterns, and you can always protection. There's really a few different strategies that companies are going to look at for why they may WanNa. Patent or why that may be useful, and so one is obviously to protect an event. You think hey I'm putting in a whole lot of blood sweat. Sweat, and and money to develop a product or to come up with something now want to be able to protect it. I mean meaning I don't want somebody to take all my hard work, and then knock it off or copy it and be able to say thanks for all that time and effort now I'm going to do it faster cheaper. Better not have spare the expensive all the development. That's where he are one reason you get. A patent is in order to protect that. That work has become an actual asset or right. Then you can go at enforce and stop others from knocking offer copying all of your your idea and your invention with that the other one is also more on. It's an actual assets kind of investable that you know you. You can use that as an asset of the company, so if you're to think of if you're going out to angel, capital or venture, capital or angel, investor, venture, capital, or someone that you're trying to. To even vans even use them as collateral for a loan, but you're actually away to capture a lot of the asset of your company, if a lot of it is an in your head or development are and be know the end product is great, but there's a lot of time there for research one way that you can actually capture that as an asset of your company that then you can get in valuation, increase, evaluation, bomb, or way trying to do so those are generally. If, you're looking at why you'd WanNa Patent and what the? Reason. Motivations are as one as either to protect and capture all the time and effort money into research, and the other is to build as an asset to the company.

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"devin" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"devin" Discussed on Pod Save America

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"devin" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"devin" Discussed on Pod Save America

"Like how do I do this but I just felt like it came off so weird I just want to say to him and I the way the the Biden campaign has had to deal with press and everything else they have this big chip on their shoulder right partly because what you were saying. Tommy wear like everyone tells them they fuck up everything and then the his poll numbers are still good. Ed and they're like. Why are we still dealing with this? And it's like I get it. I get a lot of this isn't on the level. I get to deal with a lot of bullshit. Just take it. You're running from what you know what I'm saying like you can't show. Oh and his campaign is like this to a lot of people. Don't show that you're angry that your defensive that you think everyone on twitter is stupid. Like don't Whoa. Because a fundamentally there's a little bit of like I can't believe we have to deal like I should be the nominee by now like this is its first we're not even gonNA engage because it beneath us and now we're going to engage in a way that's not super helpful. I know that feeling I lost. We've all been there. I lost my mind every time. Some reporter asked me about Barack Obama's birth certificate. You know what you get unfair questions in on the campaign trail in part of proving you can run against. Trump is showing that you're GONNA be able to deal with crazy easy lies from your opponent. Yes all right. Let's talk about Pete Buddha Judge Elizabeth Warren's latest Debate last week Warren called on Pete to be more transparent about his fundraising fundraising calling on him to release the names of his finance committee members. the names of his bundlers who are raising money for him. That's what Butler is and to open his his fundraisers to the press which Joe Biden does she and Bernie. Actually don't do fundraisers with rich people. More others including the New York Times editorial editorial board have also called on Pete to release his client list from when he was a consultant McKinsey which he says he can't do because he signed a nondisclosure agreement. which he's asking Mackenzie to let him out of For his part P called on warrant to release her tax returns from when she did some corporate consulting while she was alive professor. Harvard and response. She released records on Sunday. They night showing. She made nearly two million dollars consulting Most of which was made over the decade She was at Harvard. What do we think about this whole debate or the critiques? Not Fair to knowing I mean like if you WANNA turn people off to pot to like being engaged in the process this whole back and forth neither neither one of them are right or wrong necessarily but it is a turn off you know like first of all the the thing I find the thing that does get under my skin. A bit is that mayor. Peach should release his bundlers. Because here's the thing. He did have people on his invitations for fundraisers. And as you guys all know I spent the better part of my fucking adult life. Vetting invitations for fundraisers and so he was and then he got called out on it because he had a bunch of lobbyists on his invitations. So then he's it's like okay. Well we're not GONNA do that but I'm also not list them anymore. It is a little bit like well. What do you got going on just like tell us who your people are like? Why do we care? I'm sure they're all mostly fine. But be Butler and also then the reporting on e w you know and and her disclosure was like so many I forget what outlet it was but was like Elizabeth Warren. You know three million dollars two million dollars over thirty years. Well that was it. That's what originally said then. Any Linski who wrote the story was like it wasn't thirty years it. It was the ten years that she was at Harvard which he didn't say originally. But it's not like the amount of money is not the fucking point here at all anyway like she clearly was a professor at Harvard Food and had some side consulting work that we you know she was paid like psalms or hourly or monthly retainer. Whatever consulting is here and there over over ten years at Harvard that he had like a high priced? Harvard Professor Lawyer Right. Everyone was saying like issues underpaid. We don't know she was fucking underpaid. We made some money as a as a consultant fine. We shouldn't have the standard for public service. Shouldn't be a vow of poverty prior to getting into public service right. You shouldn't have to start on you. You shouldn't have to declare that you have done nothing but philanthropy up into the point that you decide to run four and a half only work in the public sector my whole life. That is the only a good person but the people who are attacking e w but defending Mayor Pete and saying like well that was in his twenties. And that's just crazy and I was like is Oh thirties now. So not exactly lifetimes ago. Yeah I mean look I think at some point. He's going to have to open up the fundraisers honestly like that's fine. Everyone has a reporter these these days. Someone's GonNa film your fundraiser. It seems more nefarious than it is. Usually there's boring kind of mundane affairs. It's actually smart to because. They know that their fundraisers are public. They they stop making the kind of gaps that people like that cling to guns and religion deplorable. As a general matter. I think transparency is good but I want to be clear that the media gives you know Credit Fort Obama released the White House visitor logs. That was a massive fight. During the Bush administration. I believe it went to the Supreme Court of the legal effort to get those records and we just got knocked. People use it to do research on people. Visiting the Obama White House Obama got mocked for saying it was the most transparent administration evert so the incentives are completely fucked. What I'm I'm a little bit worried about is a setting a standard for ourselves on the democratic side that trump will come nowhere near matching? And we're just rolling out a bunch of records for we're nerds to dig into in create problems for Democratic candidates. Yeah I think I think there's two things to it. One is Tommy's point we are being more transparent and going beyond beyond any legal requirements. Because that's what Democrats demand of each other and it and it puts us at a disadvantage. The same piece of this too is it's like let's just step back and remember why we're doing this. It's about figuring out who's going to be the best as president and you know the the assumption has to be there's something about Pete's bundlers or there's something about peace work at McKinsey that will tell us. What kind of president isn't he will be? I think there's price I'm to that and then for Elizabeth. Warren there has to be an argument that something about the clients she took on the money she made when she was a professor is going to be revealing to us about what kind of president they are. And I think that the the actual It's asymmetric in the sense of like what the goal is for those launching these attacks. I think the the goal for the attack at Pete is is a goal that says see. He's a neo Lib Center Schill. The left can't trust him. He's going to govern with these wealthy interests in mind whether they're going to compare him to Mitt Romney. You can't trust him to actually deliver a truly progressive government that that is the attack that they are trying to make the other direction is actually. It's not that because I don't think anyone truly believes that. No one's been able to successfully make that argument. It's more look Elizabeth. Warren ends just as bad as the rest of them. They're trying to get her on a hypocrisy argument she she rails against corporations but she worked for Corey purity come lately right so the transparency debate is not about transparency is sort of the campaigns are saying it's about ten minutes but really it's to try to get the records the information so then you can use it to the tax. It's Dan is transparency rabbit hole fucking blackwater. He wasn't shooting up town squares and Iraqis probably sitting with a bunch of guys with Excel Excel sheets like figuring out how to cut costs and lay off people and cut benefits and that's wild speculation. But that's my guess based on what he does all the time. Yeah that'll look kind of bad in the campaign Japan and no one is more surprised at McKinsey issue for Pete and Pete who has wanted to be president for a very long time and presumably thought. This was a good thing for him to do to get some interesting business experience before we went into government. Good point well. It wasn't long ago that having some business experience before getting to government was seen as neutral to good. Now it's like Oh all Mike Self interested twitter reaction. I do think people in America probably think oh McKinsey. I've heard of that that's hard to. It's a hard job to get. You must be smart. They'll think that about McKenzie. They'll I think Elizabeth Warren. Oh she did some side work for companies great good for who cares. I'll never learn that fact because I'm not you guys watching.

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"devin" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

12:05 min | 1 year ago

"devin" Discussed on Pod Save America

"Com slash cricket speaking of rank corruption politico reported. That Seema Verma who runs Medicare and Medicaid for trump. I this is a good yeah. She filed a claim with the Department of Health and Human Services seeking reimbursement from taxpayers for about forty seven thousand dollars worth of expensive jewelry and other belongings. That were was stolen during a work trip including Ivanka trump brand pendant worth about six thousand dollars. Allegedly allegedly Verma is currently under congressional investigation for spending Two and a quarter million dollars in taxpayer money to contract a public relations firm. That often worked to help burnish her personal title image Trump administration is currently trying to kick at least fifteen million people off of Medicaid. Right now And you know. Healthcare Medicaid Medicaid is basically health insurance. That you are Too Rich to qualify for. If you make like ten thousand dollars if you're making ten thousand dollars a year and This is what Seema Verma spending two million dollars on a consultant for personal image and filing claims for loss jewelry that we have to pick up the TAB for. Let's also discuss the fact that she filed a claim for two thousand dollars to cover hover stolen. Close two thousand dollars to cover stolen goods and three hundred twenty five dollar claim for moisturizer. Okay all it's what kind of moisturizers first. Let's talk about this. You know that in that fucking bullshit snap stuff. They did last week where they're kicking people off snap left and right and and removing the ability for people to eat literally taking food off literally taking food that one of the sort of small footnote things that it took someone along time to read through the whole thing thing in highlight. Is that if you you have to work now to get your benefits right except if you have a car that is valued at more than twenty two hundred fifty dollars. You no longer qualify right because you have assets so you have to work. You may not have a bus that can take you to work so if you have a car. That's worth more than twenty seven hundred dollars. You get punished. which by the way the cost of the car is half of what she is claiming in just her stolen goods fucking moisturizer and noise cancelling headphones you know what like Mike Mike Bloomberg Toms Tire? Run this running this ad plea about about the trump administration to kick people off. Take away their health insurance. While the person running Medicaid in Medicare member Tom Brokaw's fleecing of America segment. You remember this remember. Go ahead love it. You're thinking I can see I look. I think that let's go to town on this sure. I'm going to go crazy. I don't really give a shit. They just don't care them. No I think we're gonNA talk about it. I see why I see why it's politically valuable to attack her for this. I just think it's like I think this is the best example of what a Pro Republican or a pro trump media organization can do for you. There's examples today that we've covered already where I don't like the imaginable Bama but if a a Saudi soldier had shot up a US base in Obama didn't call terrorism and read out a call from the king it would be this explosive massive story about how he's weak on terrorism if a if a if Obama official dropped three twenty five on moisturizer her and demanded reimbursement. It would be the biggest scandal in history on Fox News and it's just frustrating that the rules don't apply equally for me but also I know like I get that the Julie's a couple of thousand dollars the reverse claim it's all crazy like we're talking about this because of the jewelry but the two million dollars on a consultant that has just been in. The new was in the you know Dan. Diamond reported this for politico. He's been on this beat and doing a great job and like this is reported. I don't know a month ago or something about the consultant and it just like goes through the news like nothing like I. It's it. It is politically valuable obviously. But it's also like to mill wire wire government. Employees spent two million dollars at the same time. They're trying to say that they're the kick people off fucking Medicaid. Fifteen million people by stopping the Medicaid expansion. Like what come on also just. That's not a big deal. No no it's a big deal. I also just like you know but up up up gay news what is this fucking broach fifty nine hundred dollars of vonk trump broach. I had had a a mineral in it that I'd never even heard of outfits free shirts something you can buy it. The Wu store isn't like the Bergdorf Cap Bro which I will save up and get one day. Sounds like it's made in like a tick tock thing you know you can see it takes talk. You know what we're going to find a picture of it and I'm just GONNA I'm Gonna I'm GonNa Craft it in the conference sure. Marianne Williamson is promoted at some point them. Good stocking stuffer for also in the middle of this massive fight with Alexander the HHS secretary which is seemingly prevented them from moving advancing any at trump's interest on healthcare which is good for all of us but just another sign of how because of the daily trump show like the government is dysfunctional in so many profound ways off early not and it's also like it's another reminder that we have to at some point get out of this fucking fucking Medicare for all versus public option fighting the Democratic primary win the trump administration right. Now right they're having a fight over like who can kick more people off health care if trump wins again. You know I mean it's just like there's there's there's much bigger things at stake care. Because the trump administration if they went again will cut Medicaid even further will cut Medicare here and will gut the affordable care act and millions and millions of people lose. Their health will be reimbursing broaches. Shout out to the bureaucrat. Somewhere deep inside of HHS. Who saw that request and said Ed No two thousand. Total Buckle Ivanka giverny broach asshole. Yeah tell you gotTa have a couple of extras extras Alright billionaire gave her something else. That'll turn arm green. It's good Let's talk about twenty twenty money and And start with the front runner nationally and in South Carolina. Joe Biden He was in Iowa last week where he's in third or fourth place and got into a heated exchange with the democratic voter who questioned Hunter Biden's work in Ukraine and whether Biden is too old for the presidency In response to the eighty three year old farm retired farmers concerns about Hunter Biden said. You're damn liar man that's not true and no one has ever said that in fairness the question that the guy asked Biden about hunter was not like. Don't you think it's the conflict of interest that hunter served on the board was like you sent your son over to Ukraine to To get a job in an oil company and you did it you know it was like crazy conspiracy theory but it was there and then by also challenged the man to a push up contest in an Iq test in order to prove that he is in fact fit enough to be president. What'd you guys? Think about how Joe Biden handle this. Would you need to say my quick. I really thought it was a missed opportunity for him. To not be like that's Malarkey you put it on the aw that that was malarkey wondering like what is Malarkey. Mean that's that's Malarkey. Welcome for this tutorial millennials. What did you think of it You know I thought he got out. Okay I saw people saying he looked bad. I saw people saying look good. He was pretty cogent he was. He was feisty. I felt a little bit defensive. You know John You're right that what the question this man articulated was a little right wing fever swampy but I also do think sometimes you gotta give an eighty three year old guy a little little bit of space to try to like. He had so complicated and so confused by the news. Even if you don't watch the Fox News stuff goes apparently a warrant supporter order and he said he saw it on. MSNBC which probably didn't but you can leave room for the man to be confuse yes for sure instead of calling him a liar so that was my reaction to it and I just thought for the most part honestly at this point Joe Biden like he made an argument successfully need a better answer director. tweeting that I mean. Look I'm sort of used to. My reaction to thinking Biden was wrong in the way he executed in some moment being completely false in then. His poll numbers go up. So what I know but but I look I also get these. These questions are deeply personal. It's about his son their unfair. It's literally a trump smear campaign but I do think there's a rule in politics which is don't be addictive addictive voters right. You might. That guy might have in front of voter also Biden pulled this kind of thing back in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight right. There's a famous clip of him. Yelling at a guy in New Hampshire saying I think my Iq a Q.. Is Better Than Yours. I went to law school so I do think he needs a better answer because he also went on axios on. Hbo And got pressed on these questions and in kind of gotten in my counts face and was wagging his finger. And I'd like keep your cool. Don't yell at the Questioner. Answer the facts when necessary. He's also half turning it in making it hit on the trump kids but cutting himself off if you want to make the case that the trump kids are profiting off of their father's role in government. Make the case deliver the hit but don't have the questions aren't going away. In fact I think these answers are feeding the new cycle creating more press on the problems so from map perspective. I I just I think he's gotTa figure out an answer. Yeah I mean my advice on this would be at the very least. Don't signal to trump Republicans in the media and everyone else that whenever asked about hunter you're going to be super defensive and angry and news-making and news and I and I understand understand like I know some people were like just throw one hundred hundred the bus and I think it is. I can understand why he wouldn't WanNa do that right. And his surviving son like he's not but I think there's an easy way to both not throw him under the bus and also not jump to his defense about every decision he ever made. which is for job? Joe Biden to just be like look like hunter hunter is a you know forty seven year old man he makes his he makes his own decisions. And all I can talk about is what I have done and not only did I do the right thing in pushing for that corrupt prosecutor to be fired in Ukraine but my actions increase the chances that hunters the company would be investigated so I actually acted in contrary to my son's financial interests in his stuff is his stuff. We don't need to talk about him because he's not running for president. Let's let's talk about me what I did what I did wrong right and I did nothing wrong. Yeah I think that's right I also just think it is a tone thing and then it is like thank you for that question. I know this has been in the news a lot not really glad you asked it because I really want to make sure everybody in Iowa understands where I'm coming from because here's what you need to know about me like I love this country and and the reason I'm running is because we have a president who profit off the presidency and we have a president who's tried to do the wrong thing at every turn and you need we need president right now who will think about the country. I every every single time and I'm here to tell you that exactly what I have done and it exactly what I look at my record and again if you're ever not sure about that I I hope you'll come and ask me another question. I'm so glad you're here. I'm so glad you're all here applause applause. 'cause he's good enough because he's got nothing to hide on. Make the Joke Fox News Hardy Har Har like it. He seemed so anything but also I felt like I watched so I read it and then I I watched it right like twice twice and the thing about it is he just he. There's something about the whole presentation like his whole engagement. His like his eyes get really small and beady and he's still dressing and I have said this he still dressing Thurston halbe third. I don't know what's up with that. John Kerry was in matching outfits with him on the drill in the two of them just walked right off Beacon Hill together. I mean it's kind of true. I think is weird that they were one Ascott and just couldn't get far apart. DOC was tied between them for. Yeah no I just feel like his whole just like the way that he did it and the the way it just felt like he knew he had to be mad and so he didn't know how to like I understand it. He's thinking the whole time..

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"devin" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

07:37 min | 1 year ago

"devin" Discussed on Pod Save America

"Ivanka almost hired Chris Steele to do research on the trump family business dealings before the campaign. So they can have self researched. Yeah and then the third the third third piece of this which is what I think you will now see. All the right wingers talk about is that they found they found problems inside of the FIS process problems that civil libertarians pointing out for a very long time. So you basically have claims that there was an anti-trump bias at the heart of these investigations. That's been debunked you. You have details. That are worse for trump. And then you have problems inside of the fiber process That have a better. That actually don't have a partisan vector or trump that civil libertarians. have been talking about like you said Tommy problems with the fire process for a long long time that gives separate conversation. You can have about that of course and that conservatives have never cared about forever like Rand Paul. He's ever the right the Civil Libertarians and the Libertarians cared about it that they will. Now take this sort of problem inside of the FIS a process as the big thing. The big proof look at all these these problems look at how they targeted Trump associates trump campaign. This is the real issue when of course the report finds the opposite in just a preview of coming attractions here so there's obviously obviously as you referenced levied a separate investigation That bar has a handpicked. US Attorney John Durham. That is out traveling around the world. trying to figure out the you know something to help trump When it comes to the origins of the Russia Investigation Muller Investigation and that investigation is not over yet but John dern earn put out a statement today saying that he disagrees also with some of the findings of the IDC report? which like if you're in the middle investigation? Why are you releasing a statement trying to shape the media narrative after the inspector general report? That doesn't seem to on the fucking level does it. It's pretty amazing. I mean no one should take this report seriously when it comes out and if you reporter quarter who does you should be embarrassed right well. Well of course I mean the only thing. That's surprising is that bar. And Durham didn't try to get their report out first. Because that's what they did. The molar this is it's a reverse sequence. Now we're getting the kind of larger look But of course imagine if it had gone the other way if we got the Bar Durham report. With all these sort of specious indictments of Democrats. That's in the process before we got the ledger. Ivanka piece of this. It's just it just reminds you that. The origins of the of steel being tasked to look into trump or because a bunch of conservatives. Were trying to stop him. It wasn't liberals the conservatives past the investigation off to the DNC or something along the way the other thing this reminds you because there's some text messages that came out that are decidedly pro-trump from one FBI officials another the FBI is a pro trump organization. It's a bunch of old white guys to enforcements particularly this new more the case everyone is worry about here. Here's I just WanNa read one of the text messages after we had to go through the whole fucking Peter Struck Lisa page bullshit which a lot of renewing and he ruined their life lyda nonpartisan reports bought into the text. Messages came out. Here's here's one of the messages from an FBI agent to another. I'm so elated with the election. It's like watching the super bowl comeback. It was energizing to me to see because I didn't WanNa criminal to be in the White House talking about Hillary Clinton unfunny believable and what did the FBI do they. I mean of course Jim Komi did announce that he was reopening the investigation a couple of weeks before the election. So yeah exactly. Did help trump win the election. Unbelievable all right so there was another Very odd and somewhat alarming response from President trump over the weekend this after a Saudi airman opened fire at a naval base in Pensacola Florida killing three injuring eight. Before he was killed by police the attacker was at the base to receive training from the US military and the firearm that he used was purchase legally The FBI is investigating it as an act of terrorism trump's national security advisor was on CBS. This weekend saying he believed it was terrorism but trump's first response was to pass along the thoughts of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman tweeting that. NBS quote just called to express his sincere condolences. The king said that the Saudi people are greatly angered by the barbaric actions of the shooter in that this person in no way shape or form represents the feelings of the Saudi people who love American Sheriff Much Tommy. David Sanger wrote in The New York Times. At the president's first instinct was to tamp down any suggestion that the Saudi government needed to be held to account Did you agree with Sanger's tank and and why do you think trump keeps protecting the Saudis. What is going on here? I mean uh historically the. US has done a lot of training with air militaries and generally they're valuable because it helps professionalize the forest and it builds ties between these military. So there is A. There's there's a policy reason you might WanNa continue to kind of training. Why trump would jump out ahead of the Saudis committing to? I don't know give us the information we need need to conduct a thorough investigation is beyond me Why I would? I would want to know if I were providing some oversight over this is what vetting is being done and what went wrong. Because if you we're watching shooting videos in this guy actually did tweet a quote from Osama bin Laden right before he went on this rampage that speaks to a serious problem in bedding to. How did this guy get a fucking fucking gun right? Brought her gun. Control question three You know I think we need more broadly rethink our relationship with Saudi Arabia. Generally mob sleman is a a tyrant with sovereign wealth fund. He ordered the assassination of Washington Post journalist so trump went all in on the Saudis early. They were the Lynch pin of his Middle East policy When it comes to terrorism when it comes to Middle East peace process but look cynical me I think because they have a lot of cash in they buy a lot of? US weapons happens and down the road. Boy What I love to see What Mohammed bin Salman Jared Kushner text about? 'cause I suspect there's lots of discussions of future real estate deal. Promo Riyadh show. I mean there's nothing you don't need to go any further than that. This is about some fucking real estate in a year. If we're lucky in any case you think that that's just like Oh us having some conspiracy theory. Here's trump during the two thousand sixteen campaign. Saudi Arabia I get along with all of them. They buy apartments from me. They spend forty million fifty million. Am I supposed to dislike them. I like them very much. Also the biggest the biggest spenders at trump. DC Hotel right tons of the rooms that no one. Four hundred thousand dollars in the inauguration to show trump that it's absurd so I mean the one of the reasons one of the many reasons this story is important is because as we talk about impeachment and everyone just Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine. It is important for Democrats to prove either with evidence or to just reiterate the fact that like like this is what trump is doing across so many different areas. He's getting like this. This Saudi thing is the same kind of thing. He's getting impeachment right like if you know trump if you're personally loyal to trump if you spend money at his hotels if there is a political reason he can use you. Saudi Arabia Ukraine. I would love a reporter quarter with some time on their hands to go through the eleven thousand tweets. I looked this up. Roughly eleven thousand tweets. He is tweeted since he became president and figuring out what percentage of those those tweets are about something other than the scandals. He's embroiled in personal enrichment. And that's basically it. I would love to see what he has talked. Twitter is only form of communication. Really so what does he communicated with the world about other than how he's not as fucking scandalous as we all know he is. And you know. There's there's two categories of tweets. I'm not corrupt and the Democrats are basically. That's basically what he knows active legislating or anything like best economy in the world. You know point. The stock market is awesome except when it goes down.

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"devin" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

11:03 min | 1 year ago

"devin" Discussed on Pod Save America

"In Los Angeles right now. I'm staring and your baby. Blue Eyes Tommy Detour. He's got a very L. A.. Sort of juice with her yet. I'm dressed like I go to a prep school in New England so took us a long time to stop doing doing that. I think that that's sweater is cool. Wait do you see the pants. Oh yes they're like archie bunker but dope stylish and a Tartan a bit of a Tartan. Martin what is that a plaid on the pod. Today we have a number of developing stories while we wait for impeachment including the release of the Department of Justice. Inspector General's report the origins of the Russia investigation in a shooting at a navy base. In Pensacola we'll also talk about all the latest twenty twenty news Before that few quick housekeeping notes love it. How was was the show on Friday? We're doing these late. Shows all right very loose Brett Gelman hilarious really hilarious. I was a great episode. Check it. That's an all star panel. They were awesome Brennan so funny Finally finally a plea from your friends at crooked media protecting voting rates is the most important thing we can do right now to win in two thousand twenty right now where four hundred thousand dollars away from reaching our two million dollar. Goal to get organizers on the ground fighting voter suppression in every single battleground state In fact if everyone listening right now just donates a little bit we just meet. The goal will crush the goal that's unimpeachable math unimpeachable. Matt not just a couple of dollars right now. It's not that hard I'm GonNa do it today. It's going to do it today today. Stacey Abrams will thank you. WanNa help Stacey Abrams or do you want to be selfish. The website is votes of America Dot Com slash fair fight. Make it part of your holiday giving if you put a little car and your mom's stocking that said Ed ten dollars went to help people though this cycle I bet she really appreciate it. I think that's right. Yeah votes have American dot com slash fair fight all right. I just WANNA make sure. Everyone's up to speed on where we are with impeachment before we move onto some of the other important stories out there Over the weekend house. Judiciary Committee released a report laying the constitutional constitutional grounds for impeachment which argue the trump's Ukraine scheme could constitute bribery in an impeachable abuse of power. Today as we're recording this the judiciary committee is holding thing another public hearing where they will hear evidence from lawyers for both the judiciary and Intel Committees That will help them. Decide how to frame the articles of impeachment including eating Whether they should include an article of impeachment about trump's obstruction of justice in the Muller Probe In Jerry Nadler has said his committee might vote on these articles of impeachment. By by the end of this week We've talked a lot about impeachment on this podcast but also we haven't talked about it with yet. What do you think do you do? You agree with the New York Times headlined. From Sunday that appeasement has devolved into a partisan brawl. I mean for Fox hole so far. My favorite thing that I've seen today is that castor showed up with all of his the lawyer. GOP lawyer that you'll be lawyer showed up with all of his papers for the day in a in a recyclable. Grocery bag kind of endearing. You know what I just say like. That's highly relatable. I really enjoyed it and I'm not going to him for it. Berryhill staffer the whole foods on P.. In the morning west of there probably has jim closer trader. Joe's there's definitely you can definitely see him with a bag Dropping to the ground with Avocados rose incriminating evidence rolling out I had a different tavern. I thought Oh boy I had a terrible experience outside of Logan Tavern ones I I feel like he was maybe more like me and was like what it's going to be a long day I'm GonNa pack a PB and J. for some some for an upper later does it does seem like it is a long day so far as I woke up and started watching this thing and hours later. It's still going a lot of yelling today. The Judiciary Committee they're fucking Republicans on this committee are like their their strategy is to turn people away and make people think that it's just a big partisan mess and they are succeeding screaming yelling literally just with decibel level. It's like thank. You can't Mute Your TV enough. It's either you're fully muted or your. They're screaming at you through the television. I would like once for the headline to read. impeachment evolves into a partisan. Because for a long time the reason there wasn't a partisan brawls because Democrats weren't pursuing peach mint and pursuing impeachment was the right thing to do it is evolved into a partisan brawl. The partisan brawl is a step up from the lack of a brawl over these very important criminal issues that are currently on. It's just so frustrating to read that headline and sell these criticisms of Democrats on process grounds when Devon Nunez was a fact witness who is on the phone with Rudy Giuliani's co-conspirators never disclosed disclosed it during the hearings and it just came to light because of some subpoenas and Democrats are the ones who are creating the process fells. You're kidding me. Also I just the partisan brawl all thing. It's so insane in the New York Times story didn't even mention this that like all the factories witnesses so far the people who have done the most to incriminate Donald Donald trump or people who work for him there people in his administration like maybe the Republicans in Congress are you know is protecting him while they are but the people who work for him came and testified and they were incriminating they were incriminating Gordon. Sahlin had to catch a flight to continue you. Being part of the trump administration. After he said there was a quid. Pro Quo was now. I have to get back to my job reporting to Donald trump as his hand-picked advised. Everyone's like Oh hell partisan and rubicon another flight to Ukraine where he chatted there. It's real world kief the There is a real that The intercepts and a reporter to a Republican Fund Road at least hang out and It's a he goes up to you. Did they go through seven newness. And they're holding a camera to record him and basically like hey this life partner thing what the fuck and Devin nunes runs away but then later in. I'm in the in the they. They confronted and then Devon Unison is incredibly creepy. Way takes out his phone to start taking pictures his hands she any and then he looks like a fucking king lunatic and reporters laughs. Being like what what's happening. What what are you doing? What are you capturing leaving? Also like I don't I don't know him but on twitter. He's like Toft huffed like intense guy. He's so polite he so in more professional into the moment that's the most off-putting old Devon. He's like what is he being Wisey. Does he kinda take me so per usual. Trump's been doing everything he can to turn the Democrats He does the criminal. Your your criminal. I'm not corrupt. You're corrupt On Saturday he said he was looking forward to the Inspector General Report Inspector General Michael Hurwitz. Who is the justice? Department's independent watchdog You did an investigation about whether the FBI's investigation into trump's campaign was legal improper Trump in his fellow cultus have long believed that it was some deep state Obama plot against him that he was being spied on Well today the report has been released and it says the FBI was right to investigate. Trump's campaign refuting every right right wing conspiracy theory out there if found no political bias said the investigation was properly launched. It was proper to seek surveillance on Carter page but what they did find his. FBI was sloppy. Walk on parts of the application for surveillance on page. That's all that's all they fall in love it had his head in his hands. Like MacAulay co I just I. I just wanted to shout when you called it a delegate Devon's gates just to happen and I couldn't. I was waiting for a pause jevons gays. I didn't what happened. There isn't a political disaster for trump and Republicans. or I mean come on yes I mean in any other world you know if it were five years ago. This would be a disaster for whomever it was about. Because it's terrible and also recall this was launched launched by who again our favorite apple cheat hate Goblin Jeff sessions. I wasn't this was not some like Nancy. Pelosi like as they would. Have you believe it was launched by Jeff sessions and proved also I mean bar and trump for the longest time been saying. Just wait till you get that her with report the horror it's GonNa it'd be great it's GonNa be great stuff oh Blah and then today's news. It's released bar release. Released a statement disagreeing with her wits which it's not totally surprising. But I guess I'm a little surprised at how how blatant bar has become it just being like. Oh Yeah I'm a hack. I'm I'm a hatchet man for this guy. I'm not even going to pretend that I'm the attorney. General the United States and not the president's personal personal lawyer. He literally said today it was that the investigation was launched on the thinnest of suspicions. Will the the the thing that bar statement has it has a phrase in my view. which is I do so much work statement? Because it's actually not what's in the report the report finds opposite but he says in my view because they're still working on their second report which is going to be uh-huh God only knows. What our investigation? Would you think timing. I just think you have to imagine you're in the FBI. In that moment you have George Popadopoulos drunken London bragging to some Australian guy that the Russians have hillary emails. You've known idiot Carter page. Who would we have Russian? Spies on tape on wiretaps saying they tried to recruit him but he was. It's too stupid. He's now in the in the trump campaign like it would have been dereliction of duty for them not to pursue this and try to figure out what's happening and then we all know what happened in history. which is the Russians interfered in this historical way? I mean I just look. There is a broader conversation to have about a FISO abuse in Pfizer reform in wiretapping. Generally but trump has been promoting. This like it's Maga guys book right. He is going to be some explosively. Dan Bongino report or whatever and it clearly did not deliver what they want. I don't think it will matter because he will. What trump wants an open investigation and to be able to point to an investigation? He doesn't actually care about the results because is he can distorted whoever he wants. And you know it's important to understand this wasn't just you know from Q.. And onto trump. It was also all of trump's intellectuals Ambani's hughhewitt Hewitt Andrew McCarthy the fuck rich lowry all that crowd that pretends to still be somewhat legitimate. They all thought that this was going to be a big bombshell too and it was not. So here's what I think's going to happen next right so there's so there's three things that you take from the one. The big story is what Chris Not David. David Chris Wallace was on Fox News. WHO said the big headline is basically the claims of bias? The claims as a hoax claims conspiracy theories have been debunked. Then there's the other pieces of it. That sort of like there are details that are just a a little bit worse for trump like the fact that Christopher Steele was getting buddy buddy with a of vodka trump tower almost hired this. The report says. Ivanka almost hired Chris Steele to do research on the trump family business dealings before the campaign. So they can have self researched. Yeah and then the third the third third piece of this which is.

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"devin" Discussed on There I Was...

There I Was...

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"devin" Discussed on There I Was...

"You know we we were doing between one hundred forty and one hundred and fifty. The hundred and sixty knots. If we're descending at as we descended we'd we'd come up to one hundred sixty not But in in the in the pattern we're doing hundred hundred forty hundred and fifty nine okay so a hundred and forty eight hundred fifty. What's the red line on an Arrow the Vienna's higher than that we had room I'm on DNA but we were getting into the Yellow Arc As we descended while we're descending we're we're getting into into the smooth air space but you you know that was actually not You know we actually had pretty good weather it was come flying so that was okay and We didn't really have that much of that wasn't a a concern. Okay so You weren't worried about The Vienna speed in level flight. And then descending you get up into the Yellow Arc but you are still okay there even at even at full power. My main concern was was getting down to gear speed. I really wanted to drop my gear. within gear speed just not not to add a another complication and really kind of test. The limits of well you know what if you drop your year of gear speed. How bad could that be and I? I didn't you WANNA get into that if I didn't have to and I really didn't think I had to. Yeah and what is the gear speed in an Arrow one twenty seven for that for that plane hundred hundred twenty seven okay. A hundred and twenty seven so They are in cruise speed at about one forty To one fifty somewhere in there when you're in a decent take one sixty so what's going through your mind as somehow or another. I'd really like to get this thing slowed To blow my gear speed of one hundred twenty seven and and at some point you gotta get down and began an approach to landing and so the timing of all that we could see on. The video was really interesting which please walk us through. What you're thinking wasn't in what you actually did I plan was I was going to set up for basically in approach so I said Hey I want to go out five miles and was going to do was a slight pitch up? Not You know not maneuver in and get into these these stall configurations but I was GONNA pitch up until I had my airspeed. And as soon as I got below gear. Speed dropped the gear knowing that With that extra drag you know I was GonNa get slowed down pretty quick and my my thought was that it was slow me me too. Flap speed and one thousand below flat speed. I felt like I had kind of all the control of the situation that I was going to need. Yes yeah so when you get configured that's GonNa help you you know with with your with your speed situation. Now as you're thinking through this your orbiting the field talking to air traffic control troll thinking through your options what's the mood in the cockpit. Like what do your kids at this point. No something's not quite right Has Your Wife Feeling so my wife said trooper and Like I said we promoted her from passenger to crew. Pretty quick and We you'll see her kinda help me out and and try to We wanted to take a peek and behind that that that quadrant where the throttle was and if just by chance that cable was was broken. Off Right there What can we do and So she she went right to work she was keeping the kids Nice and calm and you know intentionally unaware of what we you were doing or or really dealing with. She was nervous though. I mean I'll be honest. Yes she really keeps it together and she's been Rightfully praised as as being in An absolute trooper in video but You know we shoes. She was nervous and as pilots. We practice power off landings and these types have been diverse. And all the time and I had you know enough confidence in in doing that. That was her first. Time going through a power off landing thing or a situation where You know wasn't very familiar to her. So I mean I give her a lot of credit for keeping calm if she did. She's an amazing person Ersan. Yeah it was pretty impressive. The video As you come all the way down and then as you roll out there relief on her face That finally revealed there is when you realized how much tension she was holding inside And I would agree with you. She just seemed to be a fantastic partner to you there in the right seat..

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"devin" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

09:42 min | 1 year ago

"devin" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

"Biography V of Devon Nunez. I'm I'm wondering if you can just introduce me to who this guy is because when I look back at how Devon Nunez got into politics. He seemed to know at a very young age. What he wanted to do and he wasn't afraid to fight for it? Yeah I think that's right so newness newness was elected to Congress in two thousand two. He's from a district in central California He's been in Congress for a good amount of time. Now and you you know I I would put him in his category of like there were these sort of new Republicans I think of the pre tea party wave. He's not exactly with them. In the t forty but clearly as a part of this the part wing of the party. That's coming into office. George W Bush's president nine eleven has just happened and you know he really does kind of I. Guess assert himself. You know pretty quickly and is somebody who rises the prominence gets this you know really coveted position on the intelligence committee and you know so you think is arguably I mean as a lawmaker goes is biography. I mean he's he's quite a success. I mean to you know to come fairly young age and rise to a position of such importance Horton's in the Congress and on this committee Speaks well certainly. I think of his his political acumen I mean. He started running for office in his very early twenties So early that one of his opponents at some point took him to court and said you're not old enough to run and he fought back and said well. But but I'm GONNA be old enough if I get sworn in. Yeah and that. And that's that's a very revealing anecdote because Devin nunes is a fighter and he is legit too by the way And I think he's somebody who knew what he wanted and he went after it. He's ambitious. I guess in a positive way We would say there. And and you know you see kind of where he's com- an accrued all of this influence and has decided to use it. I mean he is. That's something I've always found to be kind of you. You know. In a way. Impressive objectively about newness is that he's gathered this influence and he's not afraid to deploy it and sometimes on you know projects that seem really he kind of petty and insignificant but he believes in something he goes to the mat for it so devin nunes became the chair of the House Intelligence Committee in two thousand fourteen but but he approached that role really differently than a lot of people. You've sort of alluded to this a little bit can you. Can you explain how he approached the role differently. Yeah so in the broad sense any semblance of bipartisanship really started to dissolve when Devon Innis became the chairman of that committee his Republican and Democratic predecessors had pretty good working relationships which is not to say that the committee didn't experience partisanship. It did But it has become ferociously ocean sleep partisan under Nunez And I think that is largely the tone that he set as the leader so you attribute that to him not as part of a broader tift in Washington but he was actively pushing the partisanship forward. Oh yes and I look back at predecessors vis for instance on the committee by comparison person when the committee was run by Mike Rogers The Republican and a guy named Dutch rappers burger from Maryland They had a good relationship. They got along well. They liked each other. They still appear public events together and like talk about the good old days and there was huge partisanship in Washington then I mean the part is the era partisanship. We're living in now is intense. But it's Ben Intense for twenty twenty five years. So how did the committee change when Nunez to control the tone of any committee is going to be set by the chairman. The things that they choose to investigate and I think that Nunez kind of got these you know these bees in his bonnet about certain things one of which was this whole issue about this island base in the Azores. He wanted to have a new intelligence center kind of fusion fusion center which was going to be a hub for lots of information placed out in the Azores. And he's a Portuguese descent in the Azores are a Portuguese territory and a lot of questions came up understandably about like well. Why do you want to put this base out on this kind of remote island when there's already a site that the Pentagon wants to use for it outside of London where you know we have lots of people we have other military bases and we have a relationship with partner services in the UK and he became obsessed assist with putting it out there? And I think too great umbrage at the idea that people were questioning whether he might have some kind of personal motive for doing so and I can remember talking talking with him about it and reporting on this and he became just convinced that people in the Pentagon were lying to him and that they were fabricating documents and that this it was all very very personal and I think that when you start taking political and policy battles personally as he so often does it sets a tone for the committee committee were it becomes not so much that we are here to do oversight of the intelligence community in a bipartisan way. But we are here to pursue things that are in the interest of the chairman mm-hmm and fights that he wants to have and to me that particular fight over this base really kind of was a Lustre tive tone that then carries forward for the next several years. When he's the chairman there's also this stylistic difference in terms of how Nunez approaches role that I think explains why he's appealing to some people in one profile other members talked about how he was the least read member of the Intelligence Committee? There's a log where you can see how much people in the committee are coming and reading all of the documents that they have access to and folks commented that he was not not reading those documents but he was going on journeys far Afield speaking to people who are fighting or who are off. You know doing military work doc and then coming back with ideas about what to do about that in Congress and I think that's kind of interesting. It speaks to his approach to the job. Yeah I think I think that's right. You know the documents that people read on those committees. There are documents that are produced by the intelligence agencies. And I think devin newness in his mind probably looks at that a bit as that's party line stuff. That's the stuff that they want me to see. I'm going to go out and do my own investigations and talk to people on the frontlines and get their real opinions. And you know that's admirable instinct on some level but to be an effective legislator and overseer you know I guess you have to do both you can't just ignore the documentation that is being produced by the agencies that you are overseeing. I spoke to one intelligence official wants who was among the people who briefed Nunez when he first became the chairman of the committee and he had an assessment. That's very much in line with your description of not being a reader. He said he was the least informed person about about the intelligence community that ever ever briefed. Who is in a position of leadership? And he didn't wasn't that it's not. The newness is not intelligent. He is clearly a smart person with the capacity to absorb lots of information It was almost as if he didn't want to hear any of that. And what this person told me was what that then put him in. The position of was being fundamentally ignorant. About how the very large apparatus that he was about to oversee actually ORCs and I think that when you don't know how something works. You're going to start filling in the blanks with how you think works. And what you see a lot of newness his theories and the investigations in the past that he goes down. Is I think somebody who is on a fundamental level misguided and he is operating based on a set of assumptions that are often not true or they are several degrees off the truth that they get him Down a path that's not productive and sometimes they get them in trouble. You know it's interesting to hear you describe him that way. Because I felt like reading about Devon Nunez. I saw this thread from where from when he was quite young. That was this distrust of authority but then of course he had become the authority to some extent. Yeah they'd say that's a very interesting observation. I think for a lot of people who do tend to see you know. Forces aligned and the world controlled by a handful of people. There is this inherent distrust rest of authority and to be clear. That's often a good thing. When you have members of an intelligence oversight committee I mean his committee and the Senate committee it's counterpart were created because in the nineteen sixties and seventies the CIA and the FBI were spying on Americans and spying on war? Protesters testers and infiltrating protest groups and wiretapping. Martin Luther King and doing these just horrible things that were just abject violations of American civil the liberties and their privacy so we created these committees. And you want somebody sitting up there. WHO's GonNa be skeptical of authority? His checking and making sure that these agencies fees are adhering to their powers operating within the law and not going beyond the boundaries. But you know you're right. Generally speaking you know once you kind of have a position of authority. It's sort of tempers. Your view of the world. I think a little bit and if anything it seems like Devon Nunez has become in some ways more paranoid and more ferocious it since. He's been on the committees which is usually not the trend with people in those positions.

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"devin" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"devin" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

"Week? Republicans in Congress sent this memo outlining all the ways the party plan to defend the president against impeachment with its congressional seal and it's attached footnotes. This memorandum looked formal serious but the language inside betrayed betrayed a kind of paranoia. It talked about intelligence committee hearings being held in a basement but the words impeachment inquiry where bracketed in scare quotes now recognize ranking member. Nunez running remarks. You may wish to make watching the impeachment hearings last week. It was like watching this memo. Come to life in July open. Hearing of this committee following publication of the Miller report the Democrats engaged in a last ditch effort to convince against the American people that president trump is a Russian agent. The ranking Republican member of the House Intelligence Committee Devon Nunez He. He called the impeachment spectacle he said it had a cult like atmosphere so Americans can rightly suspect that his phone call with President. Zilenski was used used as an excuse for the Democrats to fulfil their Watergate fantasies. But I'm glad that on Wednesday after the Democrats stage six weeks of secret depositions in the basement of the capital like some kind of strange colt the American Erkin. People finally got to see this farce for themselves. I made the comment that if you tuned in to the impeachment hearing for the first time and had genuinely we never heard Republicans and Democrats resigned their talking points if you launch Devin nunes. I think he'd be very confused. Shane Harris covers intelligence and national security for the Washington. Post it was kind of a mash up of the depth of the defending his greatest. Hits chains has to understand the Republican and strategy. Here it helps to listen to Nunez to listen as he bounces from argument argument. Some that sound legalistic others others. That might seem a little random even as they were accusing Republicans of colluding with Russians the Democrats themselves colluding with Russians by funding the steele dossier which was based on Russian and Ukrainian sources. Meanwhile they turn a blind eye to Ukrainians meddling in our elections because the Democrats were cooperating cooperating with that Operation Nunez doesn't WanNa talk about allegations of corruption in the White House. He wants to talk about how Democrats tried to rig the two thousand sixteen presidential election even though they lost. And I think you might look at it and say you know what is he talking about the DNC and Ukraine. And what's the steele dossier and naked pictures of president in trump and Where where we going with this All things that to my ear sounded perfectly coherent and the Devin nunes can view of things but I think might strike an outside. Observer is a hodgepodge listening to you. I can't tell whether you think this is careless or strategic. That's a great question..

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"devin" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"devin" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"Mac. Walden is a premium amends. Essentials brand the believes in smart design and premium fabrics. And a half to say and this never happens. I'm not exaggerating lying or speaking. Speaking in untruths I am wearing a Mac weld and sweat shirt right now. And I have a conundrum. I mean to jog home from work today and this macworld quelled sweatshirt is so nice. I don't want to get it all sweaty but you know it'll probably deal with deal with the moisture anyway but you know. I don't do laundry until Thursday. So this this means I'll be out of my macworld and for a couple of days like I said genuine conundrum. Because all of MAC Waldon's fabrics are engineered in house from scratch and their design processes so meticulous. You could count on the fit being the same each time that is true. The difference is in the detail so the folks at macworld obsessed over every stitching seam until they reach their definition of perfect macworld and has the most comfortable underwear socks shirts under shirts hoodies. That's what I'm wearing now. It's Maroon and sweatpants more than you will ever wear for twenty percent off your first order visit macworld and dot com and enter Promo Promo Code. Gist that's macworld and dot com promo code chest. Marie Marie Ivanovich testified before the House Intelligence Committee today she was removed from her post. She was smeared but not smeared with Marmalade and fed to and so that whole thing lacked pizzazz. She confirmed all the misdeeds that were brought up by ambassador. Taylor State Department official George Kent but since those only only confirmed troubling shameful acts rather than shouting out accusations through slurred speech while teetering on Stilettos as your champagne compaign flutes sloshes about again. You got the possess problem before all the charges of pizzazz listless that. We've had to consider over the past couple of days. After say there was a pretty possess full display today in Congress and it was put on by Republican Devon Nunez who took umbrage great umbrage the committee chair Adam Schiff would ever worry that the Republicans might expose the whistle blower who they by the way call not a real whistle so blower and in need of exposure. Here's what newness set. No Republicans here. No the whistle blowers identity because the whistle blower only met with Democrats. This we should point out. This fact or this claim was also echoed by Adam Schiff on Wednesday who said he doesn't know who the whistle blower is. Only his staff does us this whole thing. Denying knowledge of the whistle blower strikes me as weird because I know the name of the whistle blower. And the reason I do is that Donald trump junior tweeted tweeted it and that on Fox trump defender blurted it out. And also that Senator Rand Paul said the name of the whistle blower said the whistle blower or must come forward then then the whistle blower. I guess a lot is riding on the exact meaning of no not as in no. Don't say the name of the whistle blower you lawless maniacs. More like Adam. Schiff doesn't one hundred percent no in a confirmed by the appropriate authority sense. He doesn't know that this particular guy who all the people are naming as the whistle blower really is the whistle blower fine so we come to should shift worry about the Republicans yes rand. Paul Republican senator. But we're talking about Republicans in the House of Representatives would a Republican member House of Representatives. Ever out the whistle blower guess. There's one already has North Carolina radio station. WFAN notes that. Dan Bishop said the whistle blower. Ain't Vol Damore and then the station went onto report. Bishop also wrote that. The person who reported the president's call about Ukraine is quote not a bonafide whistleblower and that quote. Even if he were he wouldn't be entitled to secrecy. CRECY bishop than wrote the name of a person whom he said is a quote Deep State Conspirator. He wrote that. That person needs to testify now. The name Bishop tweeted was the the same as the name that ran. Paul mentioned that Donald Trump junior mentioned in the trump era on Fox mentioned but new news wasn't done with the complaints and the umbrage taking he criticized the entire proceedings with this charge. I would just say to the American people. Today's show trial as come to an end or we're headed down now to the basement of the capital to go until I don't know what time we'll be back there hiding again. Behind the closed doors it is a show trial trial to be criticized for playing out for all the public to say. But it should also be critiqued because it's behind closed doors cult-like those those were Nunez's for its cult-like Ne'er four escaped scrutiny. Scrutiny that I suppose would be forthcoming were to be. I don't know it played out on television. I gotta say whenever I see arguments like that. I I kind of fear for my job because what's my job. I'm here to point out. Oh contradictions to offer contacts. Perhaps to give you some insight but do you need me. Do you really need me. If within the span of fifteen seconds Devin Nunes Criticizes Criticizes Open proceedings for not being closed then criticizes closed proceedings for not being open. What is my use here? Perhaps my only uses branding so a while ago I noted that Dennis was removed from his role as acting head of the intelligence agency with with anything having to do with the Muller report because he badly bungled some tactics of trying to discredit that investigation. He was embarrassed and back. Then Trey Goudy had to take over but unlike the former representative presentative gowdy is out of Congress now. I do not think the sorting cap would deign to plays Devin. Nunes says in the House of slithering Devon Nunez is pure Dudley tersely. But the reason I bring this all up is just to demonstrate that Nunez was and continues to be discredited. And also if you watch the guy comes through very very clearly he is a nincompoop and this was my branding Devon Nunez disgraced nincompoop. Jim Jordan this guy's not honest but at least he's cogent agent speaks quickly punchy sentences at least Steph Yanic. She's not substantive but she's not just pure silliness Devon Nunez is and continues to be a disgrace nincompoop and if that is all I can add to abroad American tapestry of civic involvement than I am happy to play my role. And that's it for today's show just producer. Daniel Shroeder doesn't know who the whistle blower is doesn't even know what a whistle Liz what it does or New York Times columnist. Charles blow is or who's James Bond Villain clouds. Someone felled just producer Christina. Joseph children who think a whistle can blow she wants had a whistle tried to blow. It made no noise derive the SCHNAUZER crazy. That's weird the gist discredited nincompoop Devon the newness if he tries really hard and puts the time and works on honing his skills at making pointless arguments seem compelling. Well then I think he can ascend to Jim Jordan heights of being useful to his fellow. Republicans though inaccurate and vow that if devin nunes shows this propensity I will no longer dubbed him. Disgrace nincompoop Devon Nunez. He will become distraction. nitwits Devon newness perhaps dare to dream who predappio do Peru and thanks for listening.

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"devin" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

10:53 min | 1 year ago

"devin" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"Going on this podcast as well Lou Dibella the longtime boxing promoter he is back he joins me in studio and we talk about a whole bunch of different topics the one year anniversary of design entering the boxing space is coming up I get lose opinion on what does own has been and what it can be moving forward we also went to the state of women's Boxing Lewis two women on the Friday night card the theater at Madison Square Garden Heather Hardy defending her title against Amanda Serano with a shot at Katie Taylor likely on the line also talk about Anthony Joshua's decision to take the Andy Ruiz rematch to Saudi Arabia and seven farmer what's his future coming off a successful run disown a little bit later on Devon Haney hundred and thirty five pound prospect he is one step away from potentially fighting for the one hundred and thirty five pound title he joins me in studio he's got a big fight coming up Friday night headlining at the garden just twenty years old has accomplished a lot in a very short period of time so stick around eight podcast quick housekeeping note if you do this podcast one easy way can supported get over at apple podcasts post a comment leave a rating it's simple it's easy it's free it is the very best way to make sure that we keep doing this podcast week after week that's it all right onto my conversation with Luda Bella All right Luda Bella is back up fucking bag on the PODCAST president Dibella entertainment former HBO executive I had to drop that immediately philanthropy all around pissed all around good guy that's the last time I'm GonNA UCF Bomba Genius we call him here industry that is bizarre but today is like you call me we talk re regularly you talk to other writers regularly you had someone from your office calling me too ask about where this podcast was taking place and to connect me with you and you do this every so often you like have someone is this need them to have to do something in your office because because I spend inordinate amounts of time in my car you're you have to go through the process of your office having your office connected me you know what it's like like when Kramer gets that assistant on Seinfeld Jerry it says would you like to go to lunch yes there was a reason for it actually because because I'm too tightly wound to spend most of my time in the city so I'm I live in on Long Island so I'm in suburbia so when I come I come over here I'm in the car I I I'm a bad enough driver without texts were dialing while I'm driving can it's fair most people don't want to get in a car with me what I'm behind the wheel it's good to know if I was if I was playing with monopoly money like a lot the people in the industry right now would have a driver but I'm not in that situation how about that industry and how about that situation you are part of your WanNa get into the women's boxing you have on the show on Friday at the at the theater the garden but we are coming up on the one year anniversary of boxing on zone this is right around September twentieth and there's no question the streaming service has made an impact on the sport incredible economic impact yeah I mean collecting some of the top names spending lavishly on these fights and the flip side outside of Canelo they have not been able to put on the kind of pay per view shows that they have been eager to do so give me your impressions of the first year of Zone I mean they're having growing pains but the quality of the product if you're at combat sports fan look if you're combat sports fan you don't have UFC but Bella tour while there is a gap between UFC obscene or they are clearly a number two position as an outfit right now and in combat sports boxing the equality of the programming on a consistent basis right now on disown a year in is early high quality if you're a hard core fan you need to have zone the way at some point in the past you needed to have hbo you needed to have showtime you need they have disowned if you're that hard core boxing fan base the problem we have in boxing are hardcore fan base isn't enough to sustain a streaming service so you need to get into that really the the casual advance the casual combat sports fans and then you need to to open up your portfolio and have other sports but I think I think if you're looking at it in terms of overall quality it's great look there was some things I'll never stance and again this is no doubt on Eddie's a great promoter has a tremendous stable but they're mostly foreign fighters in the mostly British fighters far fighters they have American fighters but it's also strange that a US when disown USA launched they chose a a a foreign promoter to be you know the the anchor you know that being said week in and week out month in and month out right now you're getting product that is worth if you're a combat sports hardcore fan it's worth your nine or ten dollars a month okay but they need to be some I think you need some more of those events that are going to move the needle and Canelo obviously in Kovalyov there's an awful a lot of money is going to be spent on that in an attempt to move a needle you know triple Jesus here I've heard that there are still problems and still a reluctance on the part of Kim L. O. to say at any point that he's GonNa fight triple g which has to be very disappointing to the guys running disown I mean why the whole effort behind bringing triple j into the fold was to create that that you know mega fight you know with canal the Arab if I were triple Jesus competitive fight it's equality fight it's certainly a fight that if you were ready to dissolve sub and your boxing fan you've got to watch that fight you know what I mean and and and it's probably also the kind of fight that'll bring in some of those hard core fans that may not have already subscribed but the thing about a triple g David Schenker codified as it's not as the kind of fight that's going to draw a Lotta casuals not really the kind of fight that's going to go outside of that boxing universe boxing heads will be receptive but the overall sports fan maybe not so much how do you draw in the overall sports fan when you're at Hbo you had a platforms certainly to promote I mean look I actually thought there was a tremendous opportunity after the Joshua Ruiz fight to have a mega vet res was the New York Times cover stories all over the country late night talk shows this little fat Mexican can dude upsetting the apple cart you know beating the the guy that looks like a Greek sculpture I expected that rematch to take place honestly I really believe that would take place at the garden or in Vegas or someplace over here I never would have guessed Saudi Arabia the it's going to be hard to move the needle at the time it's going to be televised it's it's now early evening late afternoon in kind of event I mean that's got to be a major disappointment and it probably won't get American Media Look at about the fucking money because because a horrible regime looking to clean up its act spent a gazillion dollars to try to clean up their image and clean up you know and and and and standpoint of Eddie this wasn't a moral ethical thing it he went for the money would you end it probably not you know what I would have made it easier I gotta be honest I I've been approached going back almost thirty years from the time I started running called twenty seven years ago when I started running the boxing grandma. Hbo There were going back to that point of time regimes not just in in the Arab world would regimes that were looking to do exactly the same thing that wanted to set up meetings can you bring an HBO event there could you bring an event there we didn't take the matrix wasn't something we entertained I've had sort of the same attitude as a promoter I'm not gonNa say promoted a lot of heavyweight champion since I've been a promoter but I have had guys who are pay per view level fighters and major providers I have had approaches made I made it easy interesting take the meeting what I've done it here I don't think so honestly I really don't but but I'm not gonNA crucify someone or criticize them for doing something that a lot of corporate entities and a lot of people out there were doing it's a personal decision it's a matter of conscience up fifty nine fucking years old okay I don't have to do what I don't WanNa do do you know what I mean I mean I I'm I'm not the Kinda guy that flies private jets or or does crazy shit or types of Ferrari I I don't do that Kinda Shit so for me at this point in my life I make decisions Morris to what I'm comfortable with I got a life right now that if I didn't WanNa do this much longer I wouldn't have to yeah I mean I could go run my couple of baseball teams do what I wanted to I could probably birth retire fairly soon and not not because I'm rolling though but because I'm okay and and I look at things a little bit differently I don't want to do stuff that's GonNa make me ready look this already enough reasons if you work in combat sports particularly boxing assault doesn't match up to what you saw and you feel like taking a really hot shower for a long time you know so I I I I try not to things that that don't jive with with my own coat I think the argument you could make in tell me if you agree with this about him taking the fight in New York Las Vegas is that he wouldn't get the pot money that he got from Saudi Arabia but if he won in spectacular fashion I don't know how much value put on a lot of value restaurant if he would event would have been incredible in other words I believe you would have had you know most boxing events unfortunately we're not getting a lot of print media extent there is still print media you're not seeing sports page cover stories about even the biggest boxing events if you put John Joshua against Andy into the garden again I literally believe you would have had cover stories on the back pages of the New York Post the Daily News The New York Times sports section you would have seen major publicity all over.

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"devin" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"devin" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"GPS was paid three point three million dollars in two thousand seventeen to continue the campaign against president trump so therefore Devon Nunez should get so the look and again that is i. We read in the request for relief. He wants compensatory damages in the amount of three point three million dollars and then travelled to tonight. that is a non sequitur that it's it's like he especially when you're talking about the Rico thing like Oh as a you you know as a citizen. You should be able to reclaim money that you look so. It sounds like he's saying they should have hired him to do this work but they went with with fusion. GPS He lost out on that contract right. I mean what what other logic would make any sense. I suppose right you you could be forgiven for thinking that. This lawsuit was put together in a logical way because they are no the the argument is fusion. GPS produced the steele dossier and was paid millions of dollars to put out a hit on president trump and other conservatives. Devon Nunez is a supporter of president trump trump and a conservative the center for Accountability Hired Fusion GPS in twenty eighteen and the the center for accountability encouraged people to file perfectly sensible ethics complaints against Dennis okay. Those are the allegation and I am not making it up waiting for the next premise that ties those altogether. I will be waiting alias Skeleton with spider webs on me the again I invite all of our listeners page twenty four starting at Paragraph Fifty six well actually page twenty-three starting at paragraph. One this definitely that Andrew says the three retaliatory ethics complaints so it it says on January twenty fifth two thousand eighteen as news of Simpson's perjury in connection with the steele dossier again. There's twenty pages of just the steele dossier is nonsense right. Okay as news was breaking. CFA acting in concert with fusion GPS Faxon and quote ethics complaints in scare quotes against plaintiff to the to the Office of Congressional ethics the purpose of defendants I ethics complaint was to threaten and intimidate plaintiff impede his communications with Conservative members of the press chill reporting a fusion GPS and Simpson's wrongdoing against Simpson that's the fusion GPS interfere with plaintiffs congressional aggressions investigation into fusion GPS steele dossier and dissuade plaintiff from making criminal referrals to the DOJ that is what he's accused the CFO of doing having its members file ethics complaints and file Foia Request Against Devon Nunez by the way Devon. You're a member of Congress. You're constituents gift to get to file ethics complaints against against your constituents to file foia requests higher. Yeah lots of Republicans are doing these days. Maybe get the hell all the rage among the party so that's the that's the argument in addition to CFA EH fusion GPS recruited additional bad actors including political political operative Liz Maher. That's the person that ran the Devin nunes is cow twitter account that he just lost the the defamation lawsuit against and encouraged entice them to participate in coordinated attacks upon plaintiff mayor works for anonymous dark money clients I it I could continue to go through but but this is the like a Beautiful Mind style peg board and string string that that Devon Nunez is demented mind has has put together Let's assume that this is true. The by the way I'm not talking about any of the ninety percent of this complaint is about the steele dossier being wrong I have said by the way I've said from in the beginning that I was highly skeptical of the steele dossier I continue to be but boys that like the over time the the steele dossier has become more plausible not less yeah. Let's let's stick with that. How do you get how do you bring a civil. Rico claim a civil rico claim like this not like this. Yes that's right well. I've already said how not to so. How do you do right before we tell people how to bring a civil rico claim? Why don't we take a quick pause here and then they can find out after that opening arguments is brought to you by Brooklyn folks. We spend a third of our life. If we're lucky in our sheets don't you want them to be insanely comfortable so when you sleep sleep well on hotel quality sheets that don't cost an arm and a leg people are loving and recommending..

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"devin" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

15:55 min | 1 year ago

"devin" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"And we're back. Tell us what Devin the newness has gotten into this time yeah so devin nunes has as we predicted lost on a motion to dismiss his defamation automation lawsuit against I think all of twitter everybody who's ever made fun of him against the which a lot of people against the Deva's Nunez's cow twitter twitter account. I mean it just crazy crazy lawsuit that we previously covered on the show but devin nunes apparently has some kind of quota uh or retainer agreement with his lawyer where he can't slip below one crazy nonsensical lawsuit at a time right so there's a one to one correspondence of Nunez crazy lawsuits so he's filed a brand new one. This is a lawsuit alleging. A civil rico claim against a consumer watchdog organization that is allegedly in cahoots with fusion fusion. GPS and and it's CEO Glenn Simpson in conjunction with the steele dossier this is delightfully mad and I am so pleased that we covered on Johnson people sent it to us but yeah the the day before we recorded this is when Devin Nunes has decided that it was time to file a new lawsuit so we we know how we how we we read complaint right you you start at the Bondage Andrew Torres and say your your opinion you start at the bottom work work your way up so this is a thirty four page complaint which prestigious law firm is handling this one so this is Stephen and S Biz B. I. S. Who is the same guy who just lost on the defamation lawsuit so not not a great track record he he does not have a website his email addresses professional email address is Steven at earthlink dot net which which like Earth link is? That's like the discount. AOL from fifteen years ago right like I I I didn't know that earthlink still existed This is the live googling show. Maybe I'll google that is definitely like the kind of email all address that like your great grandfather has in which he uses to send out things that are debunked on slopes so so so yeah so that's the dude I did a quick Google search on Steven Bis because of course I did he he has no ranking from vo which is the major online ranking of attorneys and in in connection but but what does report is all disciplinary proceedings and new abyss had his licensed inste- practice law suspended in two thousand eight suspended again in two thousand and nine and then he was publicly reprimanded in two thousand ten so Let's go through that We have talked about again. I I don't know I was not able I did I did look for the Attorney Grievance Commission Proceedings Against Bis and I could not find them. that's not to say they may. They may be sealed. it may have been in you know. I don't know I could not find them. Having your license to practice suspended is a very very serious sanction he's had that twice and then the difference between a sanction in a public reprimand exactly what it sounds like a public reprimand is goes out out there and is something that potential clients can observe and say. Oh look like this guy. was you know publicly reprimanded for are you know conduct unbecoming to the Law without suspending the lawyer now. It's kind of shocking to me. If you're a two time offender the third time around that you know you would only get the reprimand but yeah but there it is the under the Virginia Code of professional ethics. It says quote quote typically in this case. The lawyers poor behavior is exposed to the public in hopes that he or she will not repeat the behavior and so so so they're sure lawyer and then help on the third time. You're still hoping that or I guess I guess you are sternly worded letter so so there so there we go. That's your lawyer. Then now. We look at earthlink now. In nineteen nineteen ninety-six earthlink was named Internet company of the year so that you probably this lawyer probably got dial up Internet with earthlink that he had until two thousand twelve and then everybody's like this is not how this works anymore but he still had the earthlink email and then now he probably has like the worst form of like nick DSL Internet through earthly. That's just my guess. I'm guessing you're right so we always want to say when we're speculating on the show that speculation but I'm also one hundred percent sure that's what happened. Don't take legal advice from a podcast all right so then we move our way up and and let's look at the at the Adam clause that is the request for relief and it says plaintiff wants compensatory damages in the amount of three point three million dollars. I travelled out. He writes threefold damages. I don't I've yet to meet a lawyer that doesn't call them treble damages but whatever threefold damages in the summer of nine point nine million dollars now again. I would point out that you don't get both right like if if the statute and we're about to get their provides for treble damages you get the trouble damage that you don't get trouble damage day trian reward where it's like all all of everything from the single damages. Patriot level plus two apple damage level that would be quadruple yeah punitive damages in the amount of three hundred fifty thousand dollars or the maximum amount allowed by law disgorgement of all income and profit obtained by the enterprise from as a result from or as a result of the alleged racketeering activity. Okay that tells us we got we're. GonNa have a Rico claim injunctive relief relief disillusion or reorganization of fusion. GPS AND CFO we're going to look up with cf is to prevent those defendants from engaging in wrongdoing in the future Chirp prejudgment interest postman interest attorney's fees extra expert witness fees and costs and such other relief as it's just improper okay dissolution or Reorganization Organization of Fusion GPS Company yeah what why is not involved in the so. Let's all we'll figure that out CFA is the campaign for Accountability Inc so now what we're GonNa do is since we don't know who who who these people are. We're we'RE GONNA scroll on up to the identification of the party. Section not always comes at the very front of the complaint right you will also notice this. I don't know why I guess because his lawyers two hundred years old that like there's there random sections of the complaint that are in fourteen or fifteen or sixteen point font. I've literally never seen this before. the so complaint is in sixteen point font instead of in normal twelve point like you would still using. Microsoft works six yeah the the the the intro paragraph. That says plaintiff seeks ten million dollars the nine point nine million dollars is written then super huge fought to I again. I'm just pointing out that this person is is a crackpot anyway. Let's go to the parties so first. I want the parties. There is sh I guess not surprisingly the paragraph introducing who plaintiff Devin Nunez is that should just say that the reason you identify who the plaintiff is is for jurisdiction and venue issues right and so you would say you know plaintiff as a citizen of California and he has standing because of X. This paragraph goes on for almost two pages. It points out that Devin Nunes is is the author of the Book Restoring the Republic which was published in Twenty September of two thousand ten. He was born in California. His family is of Portuguese descent having emigrated from the Azores to cal like none of that is here. I've got the pages from my memoir my autobiography that we can just based in here yeah that's literally it is pasted in from his house about House Dot Gov Nunez Dot House Dot Gov slash belt page so you wouldn't do this then it identifies who fusion. GPS is right a Delaware. LLC headquartered in Washington DC as is typical of this delightful complaint that says is so I did identifies the party which is what you do as a lawyer and then. You don't do this unless you this guy in truth fusion. GPS is a political war room for hire that specializes in dirty tricks and smears as a regular way of doing business. It's smears the opposition on behalf of its undisclosed clients by the way that's listed as a fact claim as separate from on information and belief many of fusion. GPS is clients agent. Donors are located in Virginia notice that he's he's plugged that in because you because that's a crucial allegation in order for the the court here because this is filed in the Eastern District of Virginia in order to have jurisdiction over a Foreign Corporation right you have to make allegations about that foreign business doing here LLC Not Corporation but but you have to make a allegations that that that that business entity does does business in or otherwise is subject to the jurisdiction of the state in which you're bringing this lawsuit that's the reason you have these paragraphs right so so you know it's it's he's taken real law and then larded like nonsense on top of it so all this salacious stuff about fusion. GPS and then and then we get to see fa ripe and remember CFO is the campaign for accountability and again and we can we get the same thing the CFA is a dark money partisan left-wing Five Zero One c three nonprofit organisation that uses the Freedom of Information Act Litigation and aggressive communications to target that sternly worded letters by the way to target government officials principally conservative Republicans okay then there's an additional paragraph and again this this should should be an allegation section but you know whatever this guy's has not on August first twenty nine thousand nine the daily caller revealed that CFA engaged fusion GPS as an independent contractor in two thousand eighteen eighteen and paid fusion GP nearly one hundred and forty thousand dollars for unspecified research so there you have it. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA go back and show how this interacts with the nonsense complaint later but fats what this lawsuit is about Endeavor Nunez's demented mind which is being stoked by the daily caller he thinks because this watchdog group the Center for Accountability Hired Fusion GPS and because fusion GPS three years earlier put up the steele dossier rabble rabble rabble conservative with it. Could you know Andrew Torres. You cheap yeah that literally. It is what this lawsuit is about so now you might be lost la awful lawsuits. This absolutely could be a lot of lawsuits so then we go back down so we detoured a little bit to look at the parties we all the way back down to the bottom page thirty to work our way through the complaints and the complaints are there three different causes of Action Rico Reco conspiracy which you don't need to plead eight those separately but whatever and common-law conspiracy this a rico clean right so dumb question aw Rico was something that like a prosecutor law enforcement people would use as part of law enforcement not that a private citizen Zain would or is there some way that you can try to charge people with Rico stuff as a citizen that is a great question so rico is in fact a a a criminal statute that is eighteen. USC Section One thousand nine hundred sixty three but it also there isn't it is sometimes referred to a Civil Rico Section nineteen sixty four allows individuals visuals who are harmed by the racketeer influenced corrupt organizations by their activity to sue them privately and get their money back right and so you can understand that right like so rico was designed took MOMS yeah. I'm sorry you said get their money back. What money money did they did. He will get wh we'll get there but that's why your impulse is is the right one right like you see. Rico Rico claims being brought by the Department of Justice because they are investigating corrupt organizations. They're investigating indicating the mafia but the law was also passed to allow that to kind of proceed on multiple fronts right on the idea that hey if the mob goes after somebody somebody that has the private resources to bring separate lawsuits yeah. Hey we want them to get their money back. and be you no. We want as as many different avenues as possible to go after to go after the Mafia right fair enough. Now you did ask ask kind of the hard question. Here is what money back and I will tell you again. We're sort of skipping around in the complaint a little bit because this took me a long time a long sometime to try and Parse it out so I'm going to explain the elements of Rico in a minute but I want to answer your question which is Nunez says his actual damages are three point three million dollars the way in which he calculates this is only once in the entire complaint and it is in the summary Section paragraph seventy two says fusion..

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"devin" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"devin" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"We continue congressman Devin newness he has filed a racketeering lawsuit against fusion GPS yeah that's the same group that put hired of course using Hillary's money funneled money through a law firm hired Christopher still put together the dirty lying Russian dot CA that was used to spy on from Carter page and bludgeon and trying on do a duly elected presidency where is this going we expect the FISA inspector general spies a report even more importantly perhaps the napped we have the dorm report on whether or not intelligence was outsourced to allied nations for the purpose of circumventing American law do you believe the people involved in this will be held accountable I do but it means that people have to to maintain confidence and we have to stay on the attack it's like with like what I said the last segment John yeah this is not just one or two people that have to just the the the because of the other just stand up and take a couple shots in the war is over you have to fight these battles on every single front and that's the only way that were that we're gonna win and bring accountability so the way that I see this plane now is is you have to call me report come out from the inspector general the inspector general's gonna come out with this file as a reporter and remember I've always caution people about the inspector general's not that I don't like them but but they have limited power they they don't have subpoena power they can't go out and get people from the outside to testify so they're doing really good work but that should not no one should take that as the end all be all so you know that the information that came out on Coney reticle information. is a lot more coming I I I only have to cut you short you do believe the people will be held accountable here that's my last question and I got to run I I do Sean because I I believe that you'll have the inspector general report and then you'll have germs report and what we really have to terms god probably do a report but quite possibly and hopefully he convenes a grand jury and when a grand juries convened then watch out because then they're going to be looking at the criminal referrals the eight criminal referrals that we sent them and likely the Rico so that means similar like the Rico case that I filed. awful it could be a Rico charge against many of these players all right congressman Devin newness I got to give you all credit you will have been unrelenting in the search for truth here there were many of you and Jim Jordan Devin newness Matt Gaetz Doug Collins I'm gonna forget other guys Radcliffe I I just too many but but very few and in regards to what this story means to the country getting this right thank you for being with us we appreciate.

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"devin" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"devin" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Or not whether or not Devin newness has a knack was there is not survey there could have been disinformation a question of whether dollar truck going from the credit high crimes and misdemeanors nine states America and then beings not autonomous and I don't know why I bring it up as I said before this is an area that I cannot speak to is that because you're it's not in the report or you're just or because of a money order alterations other proceedings and unlike a camp I when Andrew Weissmann and Zainab Akhmed join your team were you aware that Bruce for department of justice top official directly briefed the dossier allegations to them in the summer of two thousand sixteen again on okay speak to that issue com before you ever arrested George Papadopoulos in July of two thousand seventeen he was given ten thousand dollars in cash in Israel do you know who gave him that cash again etcetera and questions such as that you're gonna get involve your investigation and all persons involved right back on a break Miller day this happened show object they will stand in recess Hartman program this is the top our program comments about beards cuts anacs come on now thank the committees for.

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"devin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"devin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Be answered did you Devin newness he you come out of basically a in the mostly rural not completely but farming district you were a farmer your family were farmers you know most of your life you think you'd be in the middle of this did you ever imagine no no I mean look at it I used to say the best job in the country was to be the chairman of the house intelligence committee because we didn't really important work working with with you know real American patriots sadly what happened though after the two thousand sixteen election is it became the worst job in the world and you know our our committee the house intelligence committee you should not hear from us we should not be out talking we we we are monitoring the most sensitive programs we have in this country you should only hear from us when something bad happens you know a terrorist attack or have a follow up comment about what our thoughts are on North Korea or China your big important issues we should have never used these special powers to target a political campaign and that at the heart of all of this they wanted to open up a criminal investigation and I I know this sounds legal here but I I know your listeners get it hello you have protection with counterintelligence you do not and they were able to go to the secret court unifies the war all the things that happen and I believe the fact counterintelligence investigation was purposely done as a counterintelligence investigation because they knew they could not stand up to the scrutiny of a criminal investigation using the still dossier or any of the other garbage that they use I mean even even Papadopoulos even if even let's go back to Joe's of miss that talking to Papadopoulos about these emails don't forget that was hearsay from a it wasn't five eyes intelligence there was no official product this was this was information that came from a born politician Australian politician that would be laughed out of the courtroom right I mean nobody listens to what politicians say about other politicians god for bid one that's not even in our own country it's just not taken seriously by the FBI they just needed an excuse congressman I want to thank you for the excellent work you've done and keep up the good work and god bless you Sir thanks a lot for having me on and and get the truth out all right my friend the well already obvious that the left wing media or on the Democrat side for twenty twenty just look at the questions they ask and their so called debates well Brent pose Alan the folks over the media research center fighting back the MRC is tell the truth twenty twenty campaign they launched a war room to monitor and expose the daily lies and propaganda coming out of the media if you go the MRC war room dot com MRC war.

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"devin" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"devin" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"You know, if you're gonna have someone beat this guy's gonna be either your prized possession or have your price possession get beaten by him. It's just that's just how business works. And if you're going to take a risk at something like Devin Haning where this truly no reward. Besides the hardcore fans is is not worth it. You know to FEMA Lopez. Is garnished a lot of attention. A lot of highlights in all the the promotion. He gets now backflips in even probably can brace the villain role in this chase for Loma chango. You always gotta have a heroin up to have a villain for it to be a true sell out event. And that's all stars are produce in. So Devon Haney as his own promotion his own company, and he's gonna feel that type of way that look these guys they're matchmaking doing or they want while I'm choosing my path. I'm doing things kind of go in the Mayweather. And I compare this awhile ago when Dr Devon Haney, you know, the sugar Shane Mosely may whether analogy sugar Shane Mosely was very easy for people to get behind them because he took risk in and he was very excited explosive and got the knockouts, and, you know, Floyd Mayweather, even in this pretty boy stages had some moments where he was more defensive moved around. He wasn't the biggest puncher like. Pain Moseley was able to get these crazy knockouts. So it was easy to go in in favor. Shame Mohsen put your heart there. But the better boxer was Floyd Mayweather, the better IQ at the time with Floyd Mayweather and had a better more long successful career. So well, listen just some stats for you guys. Okay. Deal. Fema? Lopez is twenty one. Okay. Devon Haney is twenty however Lopez will turn twenty two before Haney turns twenty one right now. Currently Lopez is ranked six in America. And he's ranked thirty four in the world Devin Haney on the other hand is ranked three in America sixteen in the world. Okay. You have Devin Haney who resides in currently in Vegas. But he's from San Francisco, California. You have Lopez who we all know at this point, you know, his his. His aliases nickname is a Brooklyn or something like that. I think. Yeah. L brooklyn. Oh, that's what it says on boxer at least in he's from New York. So there is so much that builds up this fight, you know, you gotta east coast west coast type of vibe, I know, it doesn't necessarily feel like that, you know, comparatively. But it's there that's an angle, you know, they're both in their early twenties. It, you know, separated by a year and a half at the most because Lopez does turn twenty two in July, the July thirtieth end Haney turns twenty one in November. So, you know, they're right there with age the right there with rankings the right there on the cusp. But going back to his point, you know, the fight, you know, you had brought up a I don't even remember who you brought up now. But it was a good comparison of Moseley Floyd Mayweather. Yes. Definitely not win. And then the one that necessarily. Brought up to a good one. But the one that I was thinking of the fight I guess in not style wise, not anything. But marinating was the keyword was Gamboa Lopez that fight was ready to happen. It should have happened. We never got it. You know, I in it got overcooked, you know in. This isn't even close to that level. These guys just cracked the contender spot. I'm not suggesting these guys fight this year. I'm not suggesting these guys even fight next year. You know, they definitely have a road. However, what makes these guys so enticing is that they're good enough that you can visually..

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"devin" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"devin" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"You know, if you're gonna have someone beat this guy's gonna be either your prized possession or have your price possession get beaten by him. It's just that's just how business works. And if you're going to take a risk at something like Devin Haning where this truly no reward. Besides the hardcore fans is is not worth it. You know to FEMA Lopez. Is garnished a lot of attention. A lot of highlights in all the the promotion. He gets now backflips in even probably can brace the villain role in this chase for Loma chango. You always gotta have a heroin up to have a villain for it to be a true sell out event. And that's all stars are produce in. So Devon Haney as his own promotion his own company, and he's gonna feel that type of way that look these guys they're matchmaking doing or they want while I'm choosing my path. I'm doing things kind of go in the Mayweather. And I compare this awhile ago when Dr Devon Haney, you know, the sugar Shane Mosely may whether analogy sugar Shane Mosely was very easy for people to get behind them because he took risk in and he was very excited explosive and got the knockouts, and, you know, Floyd Mayweather, even in this pretty boy stages had some moments where he was more defensive moved around. He wasn't the biggest puncher like. Pain Moseley was able to get these crazy knockouts. So it was easy to go in in favor. Shame Mohsen put your heart there. But the better boxer was Floyd Mayweather, the better IQ at the time with Floyd Mayweather and had a better more long successful career. So well, listen just some stats for you guys. Okay. Deal. Fema? Lopez is twenty one. Okay. Devon Haney is twenty however Lopez will turn twenty two before Haney turns twenty one right now. Currently Lopez is ranked six in America. And he's ranked thirty four in the world Devin Haney on the other hand is ranked three in America sixteen in the world. Okay. You have Devin Haney who resides in currently in Vegas. But he's from San Francisco, California. You have Lopez who we all know at this point, you know, his his. His aliases nickname is a Brooklyn or something like that. I think. Yeah. L brooklyn. Oh, that's what it says on boxer at least in he's from New York. So there is so much that builds up this fight, you know, you gotta east coast west coast type of vibe, I know, it doesn't necessarily feel like that, you know, comparatively. But it's there that's an angle, you know, they're both in their early twenties. It, you know, separated by a year and a half at the most because Lopez does turn twenty two in July, the July thirtieth end Haney turns twenty one in November. So, you know, they're right there with age the right there with rankings the right there on the cusp. But going back to his point, you know, the fight, you know, you had brought up a I don't even remember who you brought up now. But it was a good comparison of Moseley Floyd Mayweather. Yes. Definitely not win. And then the one that necessarily. Brought up to a good one. But the one that I was thinking of the fight I guess in not style wise, not anything. But marinating was the keyword was Gamboa Lopez that fight was ready to happen. It should have happened. We never got it. You know, I in it got overcooked, you know in. This isn't even close to that level. These guys just cracked the contender spot. I'm not suggesting these guys fight this year. I'm not suggesting these guys even fight next year. You know, they definitely have a road. However, what makes these guys so enticing is that they're good enough that you can visually..

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