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Fox News Contributor Sara Carter Provides an Update on the Spy Game Illusion Hoax

The Dan Bongino Show

02:40 min | Last month

Fox News Contributor Sara Carter Provides an Update on the Spy Game Illusion Hoax

"All right welcome back to the show for the second time my good friend Sarah Carter Nobody knows more about the spygate collusion hoax than she does Sarah Thanks for taking the time I know you're busy I appreciate it Oh Dan thank you so much for having me on It's my pleasure And it's good to know that at least we have someone out there still digging still uncovering still pushing and I think this is important and that's John Durham you know And I think he's made a lot of progress with this case And I know it's been very quiet but for the most part he's proving everything that we have been discussing and everything that we talked about over the last 5 years Yeah I mean you made Solomon Jared I mean Jeff Carlson you know Jerry dunleavy It's a whole crew of people And Sarah this is the left strategy the left strategies the whole move on dot org thing Drag it out trip trip trip trip drip wait a few years and then wait for the conservatives to say I'm tired Well I'm not tired And I know you're not tired either I want to find out why they spied on Donald Trump and made this story up and exactly what Hillary Clinton's role is And I discussed in the opening hour something I know you know a lot about which is this brookings institution connection here Sarah there had to be a ringleader of this And it appears a lot of this was run out of brookings which strobe talbott and that crew over there Absolutely So here you have this think tank you know for the most part a well respected think tank for the left Brookings institution out of Washington D.C. And all of a sudden all of these names all of these names E Corgan chanko you know don't tell but all of these people are very well connected to Hillary Clinton are coming up in the steel dossier which we know Dan you and I both have discussed this Was the very beginning when we started to uncover it was basically a political hit job that appears to have been orchestrated by the Hillary Clinton campaign And I would say by Hillary Clinton herself And I think this is the direction that John Durham is going in And what he wants to do is he wants to expose slowly but surely all of these players how is he doing it Well he's got Igor danchenko in a knot He's got Michael sussman in a not right now And he has all these indictments against Igor danchenko And I think what he's going to do and what he is doing and it's strategic Is he saying look we're going to bust you on each one of these indictments That could be 5 years each lying to us I mean that's 15 years in prison Here's a guy in his early 40s He doesn't want that He's what he's trying to do is squeeze him so that he turns on the Clinton campaign

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Unlike the Daily Wire's Luke Rosiak, the Media Didn't Bother to Hear Scott Smith

The Dan Bongino Show

01:57 min | 3 months ago

Unlike the Daily Wire's Luke Rosiak, the Media Didn't Bother to Hear Scott Smith

"Pretty simple question I mean it's so few people unlike yourself doing actual journalism anymore I mean I can think of a few you got you Were you at the daily caller you were 'cause I know I've read your work before I mean it's I mean you have chuck Ross over there does good work Cherry dunleavy at the examiner These are people who do actual investigative reporting which is you know died a long time Lee Smith How did you crack this story I mean did you just do what no one else would do which is just interview the parent and say hey why were you so angry at the meeting I mean I'm believe me I'm not in any way trying to take down the work you did but were you the only guy who thought to go out there and just ask the parent hey hey Scott why were you so angry I think that's right A lot of people made assumptions about this guy There were the reason this happened and it is a massive media failure as well as school failure is because people have caricatures of people with different political deals especially on the left They view people on the right as instead of being human beings who have reasons for believing the things they do there is a common perception that they're monsters They're bigots They're not fees And the reason they do things is simple they're filled with hate and they hate people and they want to harm people And so when they saw the sky a lot of people just said you know he's a liar He has hate for gays That's why he's here He's angry because he's a white man Let's put him in jail And he was trying to tell You can hear on the video that has been replayed by TV channels across the globe for three months on that video while he's getting arrested His wife screams my daughter was raped at school and this is what happens So he was trying to tell people why he was angry No one listened They want him to make they wanted to make him a partisan cartoon And so I did ask him and I did document the things he was saying trust but verify And sure enough his story checked

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From Legendary Investor to Entrepreneur With Andy Rachleff

Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:20 min | 8 months ago

From Legendary Investor to Entrepreneur With Andy Rachleff

"Andy say what's up to fire nation and share something that you believe about becoming success fall that most people disagree with. I think you learn more from success than you do from failure professionally. I think you learn more from fail your personally fire nation. I've told you all about andy in the introduction. It's the bullet points. We're gonna be talking about today. How andy wet from legendary investor to an entrepreneur so i want to talk about benchmark capital and well front to start because anti are two very very different businesses. So what does fired you first and foremost to creep benchmark and then eventually become an entrepreneur. Yourself i was one of five people who co-founded benchmark so it wasn't is who did it. It was a group of us. The inspiration for doing it was my previous venture capital firm which was one of the top five firms. Called merrill pickard anderson r- was going through a generational transition. Two of the partners were retiring. Which left the remaining three of us to decide. Did we want to take the franchise forward or did we want to become free agents and do something different at the same time another one of the top five inch your capital firms was going through this same sort of generational transition where the founding partner wanted to retire in that firm's name was tvi partner. Bob came from tv. I bruce dunleavy and i came from merrill pickard. Kevin harvey was an entrepreneur that we had backed at merrill pickard and so what united the four of us. There was a fifth person but he didn't last very long but what united. The four of us was a desire to build the best firm in the business. We didn't believe that we could do that with our previous franchises. Even though both we're probably in the top five in the business we thought we needed to do something radically different in order to rise to the top and so Given that each of merrill pickard and tv. I had decided not to raise a new fund just to wind down their operations that allowed us to become free agents to start something new

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Dunleavy Announces Land Allotments for Native Vietnam War

Native America Calling

01:43 min | 9 months ago

Dunleavy Announces Land Allotments for Native Vietnam War

"Alaska native veterans of the vietnam war era would be able to receive state land under a proposal governor. Mike dunleavy announced last week. George bennett of sitka says it veterans like him faced obstacles to participating in a federal program offered land allotments to alaska natives it was repealed in one thousand nine hundred seventy one a time. When bennett says veterans who have experienced trauma were coming home from tours in southeast asia. Rajar trying to survive another war within our own selves. We survived three hundred sixty five days in vietnam. We came home. We're not the same person. Feel alaskan natives filed claims for allotments for most of the history of the program which began in one thousand nine hundred six but thousands of claims were filed in the two years before it was repealed. Bennett welcomes the governor. Proposing that more than two thousand veterans or their heirs would be able to receive state land. The state proposal follows a two thousand and nineteen federal law that allows alaskan native veterans or their heirs to receive one hundred and sixty acre federal allotments. Dunleavy's proposal would allow veterans to exchange their federal allotments for state land of equivalent value. He says state land is generally closer to their homes than what they would receive through the federal program. The governor thinks bene- and other veterans who described their experiences after he announced the proposal. We weren't there like these folks were but those words that were spoken. We can at least to some extent. Feel what our veterans go through and have gone through. Every day the proposal would amend built the state legislature is already considering

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Alaska To Offer COVID-19 Vaccines to Tourists Starting June 1

News, Traffic and Weather

00:31 sec | 10 months ago

Alaska To Offer COVID-19 Vaccines to Tourists Starting June 1

"Saying Colin 19 vaccines would be made available a key airports in his state starting June 1st he made the announcement this week is he unveiled plans aiming at bolstering Alaska's pandemic battered tourist industry. Dunleavy, Republican outline plans for national marketing campaign and luring tourists And said the vaccine offering is probably another good reason to come to the state of Alaska for this summer. He says. Other state leaders have been pushing to allow large cruise ships to return to Alaska. After covert 19 restrictions kept them away. Last year, washing Governor Jay

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Alaska becomes first state to open COVID vaccines to almost all

AP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 11 months ago

Alaska becomes first state to open COVID vaccines to almost all

"A reporting Alaska's becoming the first U. S Day to open vaccines to nearly all residents. Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy says his state is opening up Cove in 19 vaccinations to anyone 16 or older who lives or works in the state. Dunleavy himself had about with co bid 19 doctor and zinc, the state's chief medical officer said Tuesday After seeing open vaccine appointments, officials decided to allow anyone who wants a vaccine to get one According to the CDC. Alaska has been out front and vaccinations leading states in percentage of its population to have received two doses of a cove in 19 vaccine, I

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Alaska becoming 1st US state to open vaccines to nearly all

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 11 months ago

Alaska becoming 1st US state to open vaccines to nearly all

"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting Alaska is becoming the first U. S. state to open vaccines to nearly all residents Alaska governor Mike Dunleavy says his state is opening up cove in nineteen vaccinations to anyone sixteen or older who lives or works in the state Dunleavy himself had about with Kobe at nineteen doctor and seek the state's chief medical officer said Tuesday after seeing open vaccine appointments officials decided to allow anyone who wants a vaccine to get one according to the CDC Alaska has been out front in vaccinations leading states in percentage of its population to have received two doses of a coal bid nineteen vaccine hi Mike Rossio

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Sole Survivor: The 1869 Yellow Jacket Silver Mine Fire

State of Fear Podcast

05:19 min | 1 year ago

Sole Survivor: The 1869 Yellow Jacket Silver Mine Fire

"April seventh eighteen, sixty, nine, the miners of gold hills yellow jacket mine said goodbye to their families and went to work like any other day. They had no idea that many of them wouldn't ever make it back home. Later that morning uncontrollable methane fire broke out at the minds eight hundred foot level collapsing timbers, and quickly spreading to neighbouring minds. The miners were trapped below with no chance for escape in what was probably the worst mining accident in Nevada history. Yeah. They used to have those methane lamps the did in the minds and they would go out if the methane levels got to a certain level and. Stuff like the candles. And Methane Cub Blam Yeah Oh. Yeah. I mean, I worry about that a lot too because I have a buddy. My best. But up in Idaho Jim Belton he works in a silver mine too and I always worry about them I. mean they have air blast it's. Very dangerous. I got nothing but mad respect for minors man yeah. It's hard work. Hammer Dangerous Oh. Yeah. Working deep any earth as a minor is a job with many hazards including poison gases, explosions collapses, floods, and fires to name a few. To minors like James Dunlavey, the risks were just part of the job. Dunlavey did not dwell on those dangers as he worked in the yellow jacket mine in Gold Hill Nevada, the mind and sister mineshafts were burrowed more than one thousand feet into the Earth as they extracted silver from the comstock lode. Each labyrinth of Mining Chamber was supported with heavy timbering in this tinderbox would minors lit their work with candles or lamps in the US blasting powder fractured the or for removal? The yellow jacket was a great silver producing property at the extreme southern end of the comstock lode. Nothing was more feared by gold and silver miners in a fire in a mine. As the pockets of or a cut away taken out cavities or chambers are created. The overhanging ledges of rocks are supported by Timbers to prevent the rock from caving following the tunnels are drifts reaching out for hundreds of feet in many directions from the shaft completely lined with beams and boards. Sometimes enormous cavities in a mine created by the removal of great pockets of or require eight, hundred and nine hundred thousand feet of timber that is. As Lot would yeah, it is. That's a that's a lot of flammable dangerous would had certainly is. Once again mad props because I have seen some of these things. You've seen it in movies I've seen it in real life. Yeah. It's some of these areas they are vast. Hoping for for your one hundred yards in some cases. And there's nothing supporting this rock, right? Right. I mean it's solid rock. It's holding together but man what is like caves but this is man made stuff see. So you know cave ins and stuff always dangerous. The shaft is face with heavy timbers links a deep and well-worked mind becomes a stupendous subterranean honeycomb of lumber. If a fire broke out any part of the lower levels of a deep mine, it would create a difficult situation for firefighters to get to any minors below level or beyond the point in the drift where fire occurs have little to no chance to survive. They are almost certainly killed before the fire reaches him by suffocation from gases or smoke that reached him I. Yep, and it Burns all the oxygen. Now, the chef exactly no suffocate drop them. It's bad. The comstock minds went down two to three thousand feet into the sides of Mount Davidson which increase the danger of fire would cause. So around eight am on Tuesday. April six, eighteen, sixty, nine. The nightshift miners were clocking out in the early days shift honors coming in. A careless minor perhaps tired from a long night or just excited to be heading home left a candle burning on a wall of timber. Some nine hundred feet deep in the mind which eventually set fire to supporting timbers food. The candle probably burned for hours and served as a life for the miners but having been left behind the flame eventually reached the pinewood on which it stood. The blaze started a chain reaction of disasters. Yeah. I bet it did Dunleavy who was working on the nine hundred foot level was alerted to the catastrophe when he heard the distinct crashing a falling rock. Debris tunnels forcing choking gases and dust into the yellow jacket in neighboring Kentucky Chefs. While running along the nine hundred foot level dunleavy spotted a wall of flame as he raced towards the main shaft, he gave the signal for fire, but the crackling of the Burn Pine Timbers was so loud that his warning shots were drowned out you. Dunleavy, remembered sending at the opening of the nine hundred foot level upon the yellow jacket shopped and heard the screams of minors on the levels below. Airport and from the Kentucky Mind acted like billows and fan configuration as it swept along the nine hundred and eight hundred foot levels and through the laterals to another neighboring mine. That is horrible. It's terrifying is. Horrible what a WAY TO GO TO UTAH? No, you would just. Yeesh the roof collapse around Dunleavy, and he began to choke on the fumes and dust he lay on the floor and pulled a heavy overcoat over himself. This act helped save his life. He was the sole survivor of the nine miners nine hundred foot level. He slipped into unconsciousness and did not wake until hours after he had been rescued

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Pete Hamill, legendary New York columnist, has died

Bernie and Sid in the Morning

01:36 min | 1 year ago

Pete Hamill, legendary New York columnist, has died

"I have some sad news as well being informed that apparently legendary New York Post and Daily News columnist Pete Hammel has passed away. Unfortunately, at the age of 85 so he was a longtime editor. For the New York Post and a longtime columnist for the both The post and the News rush. You and I spoke with his brother, Dennis family, also a terrific columnist of mine. And, You know, people who know their history may remember this. But Pete Hamill was a pretty close friend of Robert Kennedy and Hammel helped persuade Robert Kennedy to run for president back in 1968. He worked on Kennedy's campaign. Then he covered it as a journalist, and he was one of four men who actually disarmed, sir. Hand, sir. Hand you know, removed his gun in the aftermath of that Kennedy assassination is a pretty good documentary series about that Kennedy assassination on Netflix. He's one of you know, when you talk about family you're talking about him and Jimmy Breslin. I mean those air, the legendary people. I'm saying Steve Dunleavy. I'm so sad about that, because he's really and you know, I gotta call Dennis the minute we get off the he Not only, though, would Bobby Kennedy, but he was quite The man on his earlier days dating Jackie Ah Onassis Onassis. Linda Ron's that Shirley Maclaine. I mean, he got around. I want you to know that. Well, see, we're even. We're mourning his death even more. If that's the case.

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"dunleavy" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"dunleavy" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"And here I am hoping for, like, three more hours, and you're counting down the minutes 55 Alright here to join us now is Jerry Dunleavy. He's the Justice Department reporter for the Washington Examiner. Jerry. Thank you for joining us. Thanks for having me Good morning yet. I am puzzled here, although maybe I'm not so puzzled. I try not to put my tinfoil hat on when I read these stories. But Judge Emmet Sullivan, who is presiding over the case against retired Lieutenant General Michael Flynn has asked for a hearing by a full appeals court because a three judge panel ordered him To accept the motion by the DOJ to dismiss the case. Everyone wants the case dismissed and they told him dismissed the case, and it took him a couple of weeks. But now he has decided. No. Now I want a hearing by the full court, not just three judges. What is going on? So Judge Emmet Sullivan, who's been handling the Flynn case, heard for for a couple of years now. Really has dug in and dug in his heels and really doesn't want to let the case go without. Sort of doing Mohr investigative work himself. He's kind of trying to take that on by appointing and an outside anarchists to look into the circumstances surrounding the Justice Department dropping the case, but No. The Justice Department is basically saying over the past few months, they've unearthed a lot of information that, uh, that the prosecution had not handed over to the defense. And it's information that you know, at the very least, the defense argues, is Exculpatory and that I think everyone would agree. Should have been handed over to the defense team. Everything from you know the FBI basically concluding in early January 2017 that they hadn't found any derogatory information on Flynn. Notes showing that you know, Peter struck intervene on the seventh floor of the F B. I intervene to keep the case open, and I'm not not so. But, yeah, Judge, Judge solving is really again here, even though the three panel three person panel Directed Himto dropped the case like the Justice Department wants he's now ready to do that yet. Joe Conscience, By the way, you're great on Don't use that word very often follow on Twitter..

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"dunleavy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"dunleavy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"At in the six AM hour as to what kind of statement you can make an if you were a Dunleavy gamer to chase center and it is open to much interpretation but here here's the deal and I believe he's still with the team that believes this gap now so if Mike Dunleavy's listen right now Hey Mike what's up manage and protect it anyway here's Adam silver the commissioner on the return to play we all talk shortly after we shut down the feed and and of course we've always been looking for whether or not there is an appropriate and safe way in which we can resume basketball knowing that we're going to be living with this virus for a while and I think just as other industries other businesses are looking to find their way we've been exploring together with the players whether there is enough you can be a new normal here and so what we've come up with now is playing without fans for the time being single size that would be in Orlando Florida that's it Disney Walt world of sports complex we had extensive discussions began with our teams and the players about what the format should be an open we we concluded the fairest way to do this would be to take the sixteen teams that are kind of March eleventh what qualified even west east I also began to take for calling the six other bubble teams and that is thing turned out of five teams in the west in one team in Houston most of the teams that were within six games of the eight seed so there you go Adam silver and you know we're gonna get some basketball so here's a quick so basketball is solved before baseball which leads us to number two and bad news Major League Baseball players will not take a nother pay cut and have quote resoundingly rejected on quote like Dikembe Mutombo the leaks plan to begin the season this is according to the statement Thursday from union executive director Tony Clark data to our conference call of the association's executive board and several other MLB Players Association player leaders and this is after the league rejected their proposal a day earlier to play a hundred and fourteen games.

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"dunleavy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"dunleavy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Hundred and forty five seconds and enjoy the Dunleavy references so amazing think aways and a top five pick in eighteen years and here we are I guess it back to the future man to the future the warriors back in the bottom of the barrel guys doing their thing yeah for now I know it's been actually incredibly ideal you know incredibly idea that this is this is this is just like the lost year and we're all putting up with that I think as a as a fan base and as a as a bay but he was to act now could you be they just now five straight finals United straight finals you know the other thing I wonder about to with these athletes in in it's kind of a universal thing is when you look at you look at the league if they're getting ready to start playing again like just a potential I don't obviously don't want to see this happen but potential for injuries because you've had a season that was you know you're well into the season we got stopped and you're telling guys right now get back in the game shippers are plenty I don't know I just want to have the body's gonna respond is all it it's I think the starting and stopping is it me it's unprecedented really right yeah I mean it's almost like you're starting the almost like another season in a way instead of a continuation of what they'd started I don't know it's it's gonna be weird I hope guys bodies respond well that's all because you because to your point Murph like how awful would it have been if you assembled everybody and one of your key guys gets the you know that hurts a knee or something or blows out an ankle it's like in the name what what are we doing that for you know now the stakes are incredibly low and the teams that yeah so anyway I'm just hoping you guys are gonna be cool their bodies hold up and it's gonna be interesting and like I said the voices for the war is like it's great they've written off here anyway it's a write off year imagine in a lot of ways it's worked out fantastic essay that's been perfect for the warriors I mean other than the fact that there's a global pandemic and race riots roiled roiling the nation right right it ninety five says by the way going back to my gym he said Murphy when you're provocative a hole it does not give me a tickle that's what they said we don't have any money six why was it is a work of Harbaugh's house was at Stanford he's watching film holding his newborn baby start to cry hard sell the baby overhead the wife came chains of baby and put the baby back in Jim's hands he did not miss a snap of the game tape L. O. L. coupled with eight and seven oh ones is more from trying to play golf today where should I play will do I need to know a little bit me a twenty mile radius of where you are where are you up in are you in the East Bay go play Khalifeh preserver in the in the South Bay error on the peninsula the I mean they you wanna go play intimate tale I don't know San Francisco I go to shore park in pacifica that's right appalling as that sounds just for the heck of it down there in the code by the way it's cooling down today right is it going to be it in the sun I'm weren't actually Latino I broadcast last couple days in in coach's favorite short pants not today my friend not today yeah you know I got to put on the long pants yeah so much my point I don't think it's gonna be a scorcher of things to be pretty comfortable day in a three one says a spider given that you are the master the rejoin can you at some point get a birthday rejoined for Richard Butler lead singer the psychedelic furs yeah that's right yeah the Iraq I think is talking to me Pollock right there that's my turf with the first two I like the first man although I don't know that I can tell you the singer's name what's the guy's name in the picture bother butcher bother they go okay gotcha there you go man yeah my buddy and I used to have a refund that how they used to his because his voice is scratchy and let me yeah that that you eat these away come up at three in the morning and record their songs you know love my way yeah and then they'd wake up and kind of clears through and say okay I'm ready to record now they're like no no we're good you can go back and you keep abreast of yes all right more Barbara read tell you when it's time yeah from the riffs to the serious stuff well we've been talking about all morning so far at the drew Brees second apology and like we said going back for seconds is usually a good thing thanksgiving give me more mashed potatoes right Polly yeah you know sometimes it up at a gate at a ball game two dogs is a good deal write me out a few going back out in the fourth game go ahead and get me my second beer if you don't mind and polygram if we were at the sound board you'd be planned the movie I watched a good hour of on Sunday morning right come on PC he asked her to write yeah Utah give me too yeah Hey go but when drew Brees issues a second apology in the same day it was a look got a little weird I thought a little excessive he's got the tight shot of his face now I got I want you guys to watch me while I give you this apologies a closer I mean I I was in the distinct minority by the way when I gave my pass on his thank you bye pass but I read that Instagram apology and thought well I mean that's zero he went all out in that apology like it was it was a late fee went all sold out for that appointment when I went I was looking around to see me every was like blank your apology plank your policy by corruption like your dog right in fact that you know it's funny I observe some people I think it angered him even more because what they're saying Murphy's at this whole thing is hollow this whole thing is yes this is a legitimate you already told me how you legitimately feel now I think people look at that and said now you're trying to do damage control I think you're absolutely right that the people said I don't know what it what it is about me that that you know for somebody there is a thing in life where somebody does apart a week we've gotten and we spent an inordinate amount of time on this over the years because we keep living in this culture everybody's getting caught and they gotta get busted and I gotta get help okay and then we have to do with the apology and then we always judge the apology well we become like apology gestures I mean I don't know anymore for apology means anything if I doesn't mean anything if I could I got always try to find the humor somewhere somehow some way in I'm gonna try that right now Murphy comes to apologies I think the bar was actually sat by Derek Smalls and Nigel Tufnell way back in nineteen eighty one when they said listen we had to apologize for that said with ours yeah that was the last good apology we apologize for their set yes yes that was the last good apology I'm at this point now somebody apologize to you for something do you feel like you're just you're you're just you're you're just another drew Brees man I don't know but you know and you know I'm sorry by sidestepping your foot not green with envy that like entered the lexicon is like a thing Hey listen do don't breeze me okay don't breeze you know if well that's where we are after the Instagram apology which I thought was you know he gave it his all he decided to come back for more of this catalyst at around five in the afternoon okay he's drew Brees and it's a real tight shot of his face yeah it is so imagine his face if you haven't seen it imagine drew Brees right up in your grill right now take a listen there's not much that I can say that would make things any.

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"dunleavy" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"dunleavy" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Show joining us on the line as governor Mike Dunleavy the governor of Alaska he previously served as state center for five years and now he has been the governor for the past several years governor some of the things much run the show again the young man thank you so what is the status update as far as the water measures are not unlocked and measures that are that you've been put out for your state hello no it again Alaska's never really had a hard lockdown with other states he boasted closer folks to get outdoors and recreation center space six feet away from each other but basically all of our businesses are open we have guidelines and recommendations and so what we're with regard to just listening and we recommend that folks are wearing masks in public but the folks are free to do what they want to queue we just encourage each individual each individual one of the crackers some of the safest health thank you let me know regarding this virus so these are things are looking up our numbers are still low we looked at our case today and we had one two three so for the four hundred twelve with zero debt today and ten total deaths you hospitalization zero total hospitalizations forty six forty six thousand forty six thousand folks and we covered that white students before so you know they weren't willing to support it there will be more cases because of these cases the numbers are usually low and we're just occurred we're going into a management phase we have our help us be ready you're listening Chrysoprasis over Sir you are more for tell them exactly what do you think it is that your state was never really hit that hard just because there weren't a lot of seeds in Alaska is it because people are congregating in big indoor spaces in large numbers or is it something that you did differently I think it's a combination of factors to be honest with you I think our our geographic isolation our distance from the rest of the country I mean what we reported land wise by the Yukon territory which has very few people in northern British Columbia it was on that's a big reason our our first met immense size has a lot of art Alaskans we were able to dispenser so it's obviously because it would just be great size in the state but also we restricted travel not official travel coming into the state of by plane the Canadian restricted land travel coming in and out and so that makes it didn't really occur in post falls did a really good job of working together in in trying to keep away from each other Walker has expired so I think it's a combination of factors that work in our card and now is there a possibility guys worried about some sort of second wave in the fall and it for folks who don't know the climate in Alaska yeah there there's been talk about seasonality health hospital ask again I mean is this is this a seasonal decline or is there just no seasonality to it there how I don't know the answer on on with this farce is going to do but I mean Alaska last year got up into the eighties and ninety India anchor Jerry very hot very hot summer about seventy some degrees today it's beautiful day but we don't we don't we don't know about the seasonality right because it was taking place in Hong Kong Singapore here just a few months ago in Korea and south Americans taken off so we're not sure about that work want to see more cases one what's up with that one physically more cases I think everyone has to anticipate more cases it's how you manage those cases how are entities businesses like cetera manage their space in their business and I think if we employ the smarts health practices the spacing again for those folks that don't want to expect others if they wish your mask that the choice we encourage that we took the long story short is the kind of house fires operates we know we don't have a vaccine yet and and so distance is what keeps artists we want from one person to another and so we encourage again just missing we do believe we'll get more cases will compare for that but we certainly have to get the economy across this country not just in Alaska up and running again and what what has been the the sort of responsiveness of the the public to request for social distancing mass when I have people generally been doing it or they basically said like this thing is not really an Alaska very hard I don't care I'm going to restaurants anywhere I want it's mixed right I mean there are folks that because the case numbers are so low and we said early on the phone number stay low if you can excuse me respected scrapes right but it also works who are a disadvantage for us because folks some folks may think that it's really not an issue we know it is an issue I think it's a yeah I think it's next I think you know you'll see spoke with baskets just summed up won't but it's what's important to note is that the states won't all of this was to ensure that health care capability it wasn't twenty some of the hospitals with the opening round and we ended up having to pay offs in the streets we won't we will fight to be taken care of that we have a we have a lot of picked up PPP we've got the person now we've got a hospital beds it's now up to the individuals to help monitor their health now to the businesses and entities help monitor health with an astonishment I am optimistic so we've got a pretty good job of that's because Alaskans wanted to work together I think they'll continue to do that but again we we anticipate case will go up but we believe we can manage okay so maybe have you taken any special precautions that are connecting homes obviously was in a lot of controversy with regard to various Pretoria policies ranging from New York which basically said you have to take people coming nineteen back into nursing homes two hundred chances in Florida suggesting that he was going to bar people in nursing homes from coming back as they come in nineteen house Alaska treated interesting Holmes and Watson screening procedures are in place there hi yeah we are we trust our workers so we trust our workers and our nursing homes we trust our individual clients interesting homes same goes for our president we had a remarkably great success in our nursing homes we cut the virus all of them were we on we don't allow prisoners in that are not essential and we are we know that it strikes yup the elderly the seniors and those with underlying health conditions so we got a really good job there and we're gonna be working with the families of the institution to see if they want the changes but right now we've protected those folks pretty well governor Mike Dunleavy in Alaska really appreciate your work there I'm sure the your citizens do as one thanks much for joining the shell and clarifying what exactly is going on in your state good luck with with handling the possibility of the future and that final question for you when it comes to the economy Alaska house bounce back then you know it's too early to say word oil based economy were also we have our troops in the Pacific secondary coming those who have been hit pretty hard but you know time is going to tell we are optimistic we we believe the underlying fundamentals of this country in Alaska or stone just a few more months to get through this and I think I think things are looking up governor W. really appreciate time thanks much for joining the show thanks for.

Mike Dunleavy Alaska
"dunleavy" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

08:29 min | 1 year ago

"dunleavy" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"A. L. I. F. news and information five seventy eight yeah ninety six point two welcome back this is the Ben Shapiro show joining us analyze governor Mike Dunleavy the governor of Alaska he previously served as state center for five years and now he has been a governor for the past several years governor the only thing so much run the show again good to be on man thank you so what is the status update as far as the water measures are not unlocked and measures that are that you've put out for your state hello no again the last is never really had a hard lockdown like other states who boasted because our folks to get outdoors and out in Berkeley not just the six feet away from each other but basically all of businesses are open we have guidelines and recommendations and so what with regard to just missing and we recommend that folks were basking in public but the folks are free to do what they want to do we just encourage each individual each individual entity the card is some of the safest health approaches that we know of regarding the fires so things are looking up our numbers are still only looked at our case today and we have won the case so for the four hundred twelve with zero debt today and ten total deaths you hospitalization zero total hospitalizations forty six twenty six thousand or forty six thousand folks and we covered it once when you for so you know they weren't willing to support it there will be more cases because of police if the numbers are usually low and what just occurred we're going into a management phase we have our help the are you you know what increasing cases so once he will move forward so there is only what do you think it is that your state was never really hit that hard just because there weren't a lot of seeds in Alaska is it because people are congregating in big indoor spaces in large numbers or is it something that you did differently I think it's a combination of factors to be honest with you I think our our geographic isolation our distance from the rest of the country I mean what we reported land wise by the Yukon territory which has very few people in northern British Columbia that's a big reason our our first event size has a lot of are a lot of speech we were able to distance ourselves obviously because of the great size in the state but also we restrict the travel not official travel coming into the state of by plane the Canadian restricted land travel coming in and out so that makes it really occurred in Poland both did a really good job of working together in any concrete what people if we color Walker had the courage so I think it's a combination of factors that worked in our carpet no is there a possibility guys worried about some sort of second wave in the fall and in for folks who don't know the climate in Alaska yeah there there's been talk about seasonality health hospital ask again I mean is this is this a seasonal decline or is there just no seasonality to it there how we don't know the answer on on what this file is going to do but I mean Alaska last year got up and returned IT India anchor Jerry very hot very hot summer but you come to grief thank you okay but we don't we don't we don't know about the seasonality right because it was taking place in Hong Kong Singapore here just a few months ago in Korea and south Americans taken off so we're not sure about that we're wanting to subpoena more cases what what's up with that which is a pretty more cases I think everyone has to anticipate more cases it's how you manage those leads this how long entities businesses like cetera manage their space in the business we employ the smarts health practices the spacing again for those folks that don't want to infect others if they wish to wear a mask that the choice we encourage that we don't belong story short is it hello house fires operates you know we don't have a vaccine yet and and so distance is what keeps artists removing what from one person to another and so we encourage again just saying we do believe we'll get more cases will compare for that but we certainly have to get the economy across this country not just Alaska up and running again and what what has been the the sort of responsiveness of the the public to request for social distancing mass where have people generally been doing it or they basically said like this thing is not really an Alaska very hard I don't care I'm going to restaurants anywhere I want right I mean there are folks because the case numbers are so low and we said early on the phone number stay low if you speak when respect is great right but it also works through a a disadvantage for us because folks some folks may think that it's really not an issue we know it is an issue I think it's a yeah I think it's next I think you know you'll see folks with baskets you some won't but it's what's important to note is that the state school all of this was controller hello no it wasn't clear some of the high schools with the opening round and we ended up having to pay offs in the streets we won't we will fight to be taken care of that we have a we have a E. P. we've got the person now we've got a hospital beds it's now up to the individuals to help monitor their health note that the businesses and entities help monitor health with the nurse that was spent I am optimistic well we've got a pretty good job that's because Alaskans want to work together I think they'll continue to do that but again we we anticipate case will go up but we believe we can manage I don't only think any special precautions of the writing or some homes obviously seen a lot of controversy with regard to various combinatorial policies ranging from New York which basically said you have to take people coming nineteen back into nursing homes two hundred census in Florida suggesting that he was going to bar people in nursing homes from coming back as they call the nineteen house Alaska treated terracing Holmes and Watson screening procedures are in place there yeah we we trust our workers so we trust our work is in a nursing home because individual clients Kirsty Holmes symbols for a prison we had a remarkably great success in our nursing homes we had the virus all of them we aren't we don't allow prisoners in that or not the central and we we noted straight yo the elderly the seniors and those with underlying health conditions so we got a really good job there and we're gonna be working with the families of the institution should be one of the exchanges but right now we protect those folks pretty well governor Mike Dunleavy in Alaska really appreciate your work there I'm sure the citizens do as one thanks much for joining the shell and clarifying what exactly is going on in your state good luck with with handling the possibility of the future and I don't question for you when it comes to the economy Alaska house the bounce back then you know it's too early to say a word oil based economy world we have our tourism is expected or occurring those who've been hit pretty hard but you know time is going to tell we are optimistic we we believe the underlying fundamentals of this country in Alaska or stone just a few more months to get through this and I think I think things are looking up W. W. really appreciate time thanks much for joining the show thanks for that's coming up will be taking your phone calls eight five five two three six thirty two twenty eight again that's eight five five two three six thirty two twenty eight you're listening to the bench special report corona virus update the number of Americans who have died from cope with nineteen has now passed the one hundred one thousand mark by about two hundred as for the pandemic bruised economy the house has passed a bill to provide more flexibility for small businesses that have taken loans through the paycheck protection program the paycheck protection program or the PPP is a popular loan program that helps businesses stay afloat by keeping their employees on the payroll during corona virus related shutdowns the bill which passed by a wide bipartisan margin for seventeen to one give small businesses up to twenty four weeks up from the current eight to use the loans it also extends the deadline for re hiring workers from June thirtieth to the end of the year the bill now heads to the Senate which left for its Memorial Day recess last week before taking action on its own version of the bill it would give businesses sixteen weeks to spend the funds instead of.

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"dunleavy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"dunleavy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Then that J. Williams went to the Chicago Bulls Mike Dunleavy junior went to the Golden drew Gooden all went to the Memphis Grizzlies and Nicholas gives me Lee I went to the Denver Nuggets with the fifth overall traffic mellow and three but that's kind of hard to mess up right because I've Darko if we would have been there it too he probably Darko okay we got mellow who else anybody else Jameer Nelson but that's not when we got him he was what's the magic in many came here the I. three women with a train that was a trade that was a trade that was a trade yeah I wasn't not many you know okay I know yeah you're you're not blasting credit Jim there was an answer to thousand four sold he was here in the need came back they believe he went to the magic right for awhile yeah Jim there was the he was somewhere in the came back Milano yeah I know it was yes address but not then yes star was clear the magic we got traded to my knowledge right and they can play the nuggets waylaid his career do I I'm I'm looking down at this trap list it was like slim Pickens I know I was gonna do is I'm not good it was really like a lot of home runs here now there is right right Ryan Bowen was picked number you know thirty two in that draft yeah there's serious weak sauce it was in this particular draft and with that the to construct is that the to draft yeah to we we we will we will we will twenty seven fifty five was that the one draft well this is the two thousand two draft is when we got skittish really okay with the fifth overall pick okay here in the first round picks under keys to speed is really that's I believe yeah well I must be was on because he started one unless he was in charge of that's okay since he's really doesn't do two thousand three mellow doesn't forge mir Nelson these are just first round measuring doesn't have great draft they traded Jimmy he never played for a two thousand five right Julius Hodge and then they also drafted Jarrett Jack with a trade in to Portland and then I believe his last one in two thousand six Leon Powe another draft day trade to the Celtics are not open on we also drafted Frank Williams that you're in to twenty fifth overall in a train to the next right Jan second when I hear back returned with ski was Kiki's time here at the general manager's body to say that to say the least this may Allen Joe does might does my and I mean look we started this conversation we're talking about the corona virus so it out Joe Joe this is Kaylee the voice of Colorado the check not a bad drive.

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Shortest NBA Career, Ever

ESPN Daily

09:47 min | 2 years ago

Shortest NBA Career, Ever

"Royce. It's been exactly ten years this Saturday since James Names on curry who I should note is not related to Steph curry made his NBA debut. I found this story fascinating. Because here's a guy who has seemingly on on the cusp of achieving all of his dreams. And then poof it's over. He's out of the League. How did you go about finding him? It was a really long on kind of winding path to it and it was somewhat of a passion project. Part of me was I was kind of scared. That's a story outside my comfort zone a little a bit to just completely cold call somebody and track them down and find out because you know on the other side of it. You're going to see like the story is three point nine seconds right and then it's open ended after that. Where's he at? What's he doing is the jailing does he oversees? He'd still trying to play basketball. I have no idea you you can put these stories in your mind. I kinda WanNa know about that. And then they kind of just sort of get lost in the shuffle and you keep thinking about it and you keep wondering about it. And that's what level with me is that finally it was like you know what I'm going to find out about this and I got kind of approval to pursue this story and at that time it was like okay. We don't know where he's at. You know he could be still playing professional basketball somewhere in like Moscow or Turkey. You're the Israel or wherever and it just so happened that when I finally got in touch a to a James on curry through instagram of all places. Because that's how you are a reporter in two thousand twenty. He got back to me and he told me to call them and I said so. Where do you live now? And he told me he lived in ended Oklahoma. which just so happened to be an hour away from me so sad to say I mean up? My editors were quite happy that the travel budget got significantly reduced instead of flying to Moscow or something had to drive up the road. Enid so Royce you reach out to James on you find out. He lives near you. You can get his story you were drawn to his story because he had the shortest career in NBA history. Three point nine seconds. Did he know that when I approached him very much so if you type it in on Youtube if you type in his name. There's a video out there that somebody made and it's got over a million views or something like that and it's kind of like a awhile did you fact in the NBA and James on understood that he was basically the answer to a trivia question and not a flattering trivia. Your question was he a highly touted recruit so james on Curry was really a household name Nina and so much so that in North Carolina lineup basketball history. He's a true legend. He scored more points in high school than Michael Jordan ever heard of them. James Worthy David Thomson and he said that record and he was a five star recruit. He was committed in North Carolina. He was a big big deal and people from all around the state would come to watch him play. He was routinely scoring forty thirty. Five fifty fifty five points at night. He had a dedicated beat reporter that would come and follow him around. He was destined to be the next Great College Basketball Player order and thereby the next grade professional basketball player so from there does he get all the offers two big schools fast track to the NBA. Say He did have the office. Everybody recruiting him. It was it was set up for him to go play for Roy Williams at North Carolina and lead them to national championships and get drafted. Be One and done player go the NBA. All that type of stuff was set up for him to happen. The crazy Roese thing about it was. He plays a game against Graham High School and I think he scored forty seven in that game is team was on the fast track to a state title and the next morning. He shows up at school and he gets called into the principal's office so he walks down the hall. He walks in the principal's office and he sees a bunch of police officers officers in there. And he thinks that they're in there. Because I want to ask him for an autograph and instead of that they put him in handcuffs. James on was caught selling drugs to an undercover cop. James is on sold him. Marijuana and his total take Fort Meena was ninety five dollars so while he was dropping shopping. forty-seven on Graham High School. They were printing up a warrant for his arrest. So at that point everything completely changed from didn't take long for North Carolina to pull his scholarship. He was kicked out of school kicked off the basketball team. He finished high school at an alternative school and really at that point just didn't know if he was going to get another chance. So what does he decide to do. Angst as you might believe since he was so so good some other schools got involved but this kind of random place jumped out to him and really kind of hooked victim and that was Oklahoma State University and part of what Oklahoma State had to sell for him was their coach. Eddie Sutton was a recovering alcoholic and he understood second chances and of course he brought him to Oklahoma state because first of all he's really good second of all because he saw something in James on and thought it was worthwhile taking that shot on. So how does he we do. When he gets to Oklahoma state he was good? There was a game where he was playing in Madison Square Garden. Achieving his dream they're playing against Syracuse. And he was part of a big second half running Ron and three on the insist this cowboys happily Dick. Vitale called him a diaper Dandy and it was a dream come true feeling feeling this outboard played one of the greatest games in all time in college basketball history at triple overtime game against Kevin Durant and Texas. The Dow Jones scored forty something Durant scored forty something and it's known as to be one of the Great Games it starts getting you know. Draft Talk. Scouts are coming to watch him play so it all kind of felt like it. It had come together for James on and he was going to have a shot after all. So curry gets drafted by the Bulls. What happens next? So it shows the Bulls and he's he's sent down to the D. League. He's brought backup. He sent back down. He's brought backup. He's bouncing back and forth and in his mind. He's he's not really getting his chance. And he the as a couple incidents that again pop-up form one. He was at the D. League showcase in Idaho and he gets busted on public urination and gets arrested for it the Bulls suspend them one game. And now it's like you know he's got another thing kind of tagged with them there and here's another incident where he's driving to the airport in Chicago Gago. He says he gets lost on the way to the airport and he misses his flight. Going to New York. And that's another strike from the Bulls and in his mind that that was one that like they couldn't get over over. There was a time where their coach Scott Scales kind of told the team this practices an open tryout for playing time and he felt like he showed everybody up he was he was crushing it. He killed everybody thirty. On the court. And the scrimmage and Scott pulled him aside and I think that scowls thought it was a compliment but it really wasn't at least not to James on but he said you're going to be the best player in the D. League and and that kind of crush James on spirits and GE just goes through the season and he just never gets a chance with them and they end up cutting them after the year so he gets cut by the Bulls else and after that he's bouncing around the Euroleague D. League teams. How does he make his way back to the NBA? Hey bounces around. He gets them chances and he gets drafted. He's actually the first draft pick ever for the Bakersfield Jam. There the D League affiliate for the Los Angeles Clippers Clippers and he's doing great becomes a D. League all star and he finally gets his call he gets the call. Uh what happens next so he gets a call up and suit up for the clippers there in Boston. They're playing the Celtics. It's late third quarter. There's some foul trouble issues. Injury issues for Rondo now. The final possession for the Boston Celtics. The James on gets says number called Mike Dunleavy says game with three point nine seconds ago. There's three point nine seconds left on the clock in the third quarter James on jumps up runs runs the scores table and look look comes in James on Curry Hey is first appearance ever in an NBA game. What a thrill? It's gotTa be dream fulfilled hears his my name called out in the arena runs out on the court. He's guarding region. Rondo Sri couldn't have expected it right at this moment a week ago. I sure didn't expect Eddie. There's a quick play run. Not much happens doesn't touch. The ball doesn't do anything other than just kind of stand there with a half. The A reasonable job lookers pretty happy to be down by only five buzzer. Sounds runs off the court and De'andre Jordan. Subs is in for him to start the fourth quarter and he never steps on the floor again and like literally never because the next morning he wakes up. He gets a call from the clippers the next morning telling him he's been

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"dunleavy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"dunleavy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Alaska governor Mike Dunleavy about his recent meeting with president trump as well as climate change and Alaska's oil business but first historically Republicans have been associated with free trade while Democrats have tended to be more protectionist but a lot of things have changed president trump with his aggressive approach to trade not always easily reconciled with traditional Republican norms I talk to Republican Judd Gregg who served as both senator and governor of his home state of New Hampshire about us phase one deal with China that seems more managed trade and free trade and a U. S. M. C. A. the senator Pat Toomey has said does more to restrict trade then foster it we began with the question of where the Republican Party stands on this issue now well I think has a bigger question is is not the party it's were president trump's taken the party as you mentioned in your introduction conservatism historically been for free trade but this president isn't all that conservative and a lot of areas for example he's run up the deficit more in three years any present our history and he doesn't seem to believe an international license is both of which are at the core of the conservative philosophy and in the area of trade there is the issue of him picking winners and losers he he literally pick certain segments of our economy and says well I'm gonna make you a winner and other segments of our economy says well I really don't like you or you don't like me so you're going to be a loser in these trade negotiations have fallen into that category and in my opinion not a lot it's been accomplished and what has been accomplished except U. S. M. C. A. which I do support but with the Chinese has been marginal compared to the harm it's created relative to the new American consumer and mereka business trying to be engaged in international trade but listeners this is the force of sheer force of will present trouble was he addressing a broader issues that people is a lot of people because of her were open to curtailing free trade because globalization they see didn't work that well for them yeah I think I think he's a populist president and popular so mass basically has to have an enemy and the enemy was free trade for a lot of folks but the rising economy has been driven in large part by trade and as you can sail trade you have an economy that usually contracts concert is genuinely believer I think conservatives genuinely believe that the more open the markets are the better we're going to be because our nation is more entrepreneurial it's more aggressive and were better than other nations the Chinese are are legitimate competitor and they knew clearly manipulate and have manipulated the currency and they also take advantage of our intellectual property but so far most of the agreements which have been discussed even though they've talked about those two issues have not reached any agreement on those issues and and this most recent agreeing with the Chinese was agreement to agree agreement to consider to agree and sell until there's actual pay off I don't think we're gonna get very far you got to remember the Chinese government is not a democracy they don't think in terms of four year elections I think in terms of decades because that's how long they've been there that's how long they expect to be there so in negotiating with me a little bigger lift than if you if you think you're going to negotiate with say the European center Mike Braun occurrence center for Indiana's member the budget committee you chair that committee he said some things about the deficit particularly so things like in town titles on the mandatory spending and the deficit we're running out do you agree with his position what should be done well I agree one hundred percent with that work closing in on a debt to GDP ratio which mirrors and Greece's situation fortunately were much stronger economy the people people the world have more confidence in us and they didn't agrees but the simple fact is that if you're running trillion dollar a year deficit to some day god is going to catch up with you and it's going to catch up with us as a nation somewhere in the mid period of the next decade most likely and there's going to be a crisis as he mentioned other nations may become a better place to put capital in the in the United States economy will start to contract stare livings will go down as we try to pay off the debt so running a Polish debt is really bad for our kids and our grandkids and it's a huge mistake in fact what they're about the past as another half a trillion dollars of new debt the deficit it's outrageous I mean they've double the discretionary spending debt in the last couple of years and now they're going to add another half trillion dollars and that doesn't even consider the entitlement side of the accounts where the deficits are going up and the debt is going up astronomically so he's actually right we've got to get our arms around this deficit and debt issue it can only be done in a bipartisan way and unfortunately is no leadership for bi partisanship in the Congress or in the presidency the steps is returned to the New Hampshire primary now is it less important than it was in the passenger before people of city folks in Iowa I guess his first up but one Hampshire play as important role on the democratic side yeah I think the first three events Iowa New Hampshire and South Carolina I'm going to have a huge impact on super Tuesday which comes in March when you've got a major vote coming out of California number of other large states so yes I think actually these three states are once again going to have a significant impact to whoever comes through these three states finishing first second and if it's the same person finishing first second are gonna be a unique position is going to really sugar off the field is in New Hampshire term which we use to make maple syrup sugar off the field so you're really going to be down to two maybe three candidates by the time New Hampshire is over I think that was former New Hampshire governor in St term United States senator Judd Gregg you're listening to Bloomberg balance of power on Bloomberg radio coming up president trump met this week with a group of governors about what can be done about regulation we talk with one of those governors Republican Mike Dunleavy of Alaska this.

Mike Dunleavy Alaska president
"dunleavy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"dunleavy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Michael Dunleavy about his recent meeting with president trump on deregulation plus we look at this week's historic impeachment vote with author David O. Stewart who wrote the book impeached the trial of Andrew Johnson and the fight for Lincoln's legacy but first two thousand nineteen was an eventful year in antitrust law with the justice department overruled on the A. T. T. Time Warner merger its approval of the T. mobile sprint merger challenged by the state and an open fight breaking out with the F. T. C. over patent licensing by Qualcomm I talk about what happened and I trust this year and what's likely in the new year with Jennifer reach senior and a trust litigation analyst for Bloomberg intelligence and with bill bear former assistant Attorney General for antitrust now at Arnold and Porter it's been I think an eventful is a great word it's been odd it's been unpredictable and certainly differences of opinion I think you mentioned F. T. C. B. qual com and that's the one that stands out the most to me because you really have completely divergent views on the theory of that case coming from not just between the DOJ and FTC but actually among the FTC commissioners as well and really extreme I think we rely virgins on their positions so that's going to play out next year because the arguments on appeal from the district court's decision that case will be in February and maybe will even get a decision at the end of next year so bill what's going on here shop normally FTC DOJ sort of worked it out and now it's not just the Qualcomm situation but now they're both going after the same companies on tax it's unusual and more than a little bit unprecedented fleas always friction between the F. T. C. in the anti trust division his both want to work on interesting matters but they have an internal process to sort it out and make sure no company is subject to duplicate duplicative investigation this time it seems to be broken down and spilled out into the public there was Senate hearings where senators on the Republican side and the democratic side challenge what was going on and question well they're not these two agencies are doing well by the public interest in terms of letting these fights go on there's also the interest of companies try to figure out what the rules are by which a set of mergers and now you get DOJ and if you seem like a lot of different results if that weren't enough night at this stage coming in so you know what we don't think they're forcing the federal antitrust laws wanna join in and the team T. mobile sprint situation that's right I don't really know what that's going to do to the merger and acquisition scenario going forward because you know this is so much unpredictability and these companies now are not just the exactly right depending on which agency you get you could have a different outcome no that's not right because they're enforcing the same laws and so even the remedy because you've been FTC that still seems willing to impose a remedy it's behavioral where's the DOJ doesn't want to go down that route and then on top of it with the states you have fifty enforcers so you could get cleared as it happened with T. mobile sprint by the federal agencies and then half the states go out to the case so and I think that's part of the reason why the states are still undergoing their own investigation of the big tech platforms because I feel like they want to stick a space there that isn't a federal forces don't do something that they think is appropriate they can then go forward with a bill before assistant Attorney Jennifer address in January of rumor intelligence so bill what about tax lessons with a big target French as the doors of all sorts going in twenty twenty right Europe as well as as.

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"dunleavy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"dunleavy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Dunleavy this is number with the Bloomberg business of sports report on Michael Barnes Scott Boras showed up at baseball's winter meetings with his own press conference backdrop Boris with his high profile clients courted by powerful owners and a polarizing figure for fans baseball's most famous agent negotiated eight hundred fourteen million dollars of contracts and a little over three days last week all told he projects as deals will top one point two billion dollars and lived his career agreements past nine billion dollars a Utah Jazz friend it was banned for life from different smart home arena is now suing Houston Rockets star Russell Westbrook one hundred million dollars for a motional distress the NBA star's says Shane consul made racial inappropriate remarks at him when he played for Oklahoma City three other confirmed that it will be part of the advertising lined up for Super Bowl fifty four on fox TV and that is a Bloomberg business of sports report I'm Michael bar Hey y'all Jeff marks for okay you know how it feels when you've saved enough for that long awaited home addition now imagine in addition on that addition that's the feeling with Capital One renew savings account earns an interest rate five times the national average that's right five times as represented by five times more singers.

"dunleavy" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"dunleavy" Discussed on WTVN

"Station the Washington examiner Jerry Dunleavy little coke Soros foreign policy think tank headed by Iran deal advocates now I would encourage all those millionaires and billionaires who feel the need to participate in these coke entities as a way of managing your just and distributing your contributions to stop to do it on your own because you're gonna be tainted by these people they're not conservatives they're not constitutionalist the radical libertarians the father was a radical libertarian another exposing themselves they never back trump in twenty sixteen they said they may not back trump in twenty twenty they're exactly what I say they are open borders isolationists among other things empty the prisons D. C.'s newest foreign policy think tank funded by libertarian Charles coke on left wing George Soros was co founded by a nonprofit leader who is integral to the passage of the controversial run nuclear deal treat a Parsi and the group's other for co founders intrude base Fitch Stephan worth time Eli Clifton and Suzanne DiMaggio are all pro Iran deal advocates as well as harsh critics of US foreign policy in of Israel and you'll see rand Paul will support the some of the knuckle heads the media will support this they supported the Iran deal so it's not just that they're isolationists it's not just that they're pieces they go beyond the Nevil chamberlain wing of farm policy they're literally funding the enemy curry see founded the national Iranian American council an adjunct professor George wash at Georgetown University was he you notice all these a bomb of people lined up at these major universities the conservatives had a Republican administration almost never she was a prominent an instrumental go between for the governments of Iran and the U. S. during the nuclear deal negotiations so the S. Lommel **** regime in Tehran gonna love this group as well directions the red Chinese the the not job over at in North Korea our enemies are gonna love this group this is the hate America crowd I want to win perilous shape thousand miles away do you I centered the controversial nuclear deal with Iranian regime under the Obama administration twenty fifteen course our current president withdrew from the deal on twenty eighteen exceed that was twenty fifteen and twenty eighteen calling a defective at its core the new Quincy instead to all which the Quincy it's that sounds so cool Quincy Quincy institute for responsible statecraft see this is what they do rather than the new Nevil chamberlain institute we go beyond appeasement we surrender and find the enemy that's what it should be caught funded with half a million dollars each from the libertarian and left wing billionaires said to name a president John Quincy Adams who said that America goes not abroad in search of monsters destroy the new think tank was announced earlier this week in an op ed which said the new group is one of the most remarkable partnerships in modern American political history no it's not it's the code pink Republican ultra libertarians and the code pink Marxist left Democrats I've always told you folks there's an overlap and now you see it okay millions to right leaning causes through the coke Charles cook institute which also advocates a non interventionist foreign policy used to be quiet on that not anymore source a strident critic of US foreign policy is given billions to left wing causes around the world which open society foundations and it goes on so here we have billionaires ladies and gentleman joining together the radical libertarians with the radical leftists to undermine American to undermine American farm policy to work with their propagandists in the media to keep advancing the kind of farm policy.

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"dunleavy" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"dunleavy" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"CBM the Washington examiner Jerry Dunleavy no coke Soros foreign policy think tank headed by Iran deal advocates now I would encourage all those millionaires and billionaires who feel the need to participate in these coke entities as a way of managing your just and distributing your contributions to stop to do it on your own because you're gonna be tainted by these people they're not conservatives they're not constitutionalist the radical libertarians the father was a radical libertarian another exposing themselves they never back trump in twenty sixteen they said they may not back trump in twenty twenty they're exactly what I say they are open borders isolationists among other things empty the prisons D. C.'s newest foreign policy think tank funded by libertarian Charles coke on left wing George Soros was co founded by a nonprofit leader who is integral to the passage of the controversial around nuclear deal treat a Parsi and the group's other for co founders intrude base Fitch Stephan worth time he like Clifton and Suzanne DiMaggio are all pro Iran deal advocates as well as harsh critics of US foreign policy in of Israel and you'll see rand Paul will support the some of the knuckle heads the media will support this the support of the Iran deal so it's not just that they're isolationists it's not just that they're pieces they go beyond the Nevil chamberlain wing of farm policy they're literally funding the enemy three C. founded the national Iranian American council an adjunct professor George wash at Georgetown University was he you notice all these vomit people lined up at these major universities the conservatives had a Republican administration almost never she was a prominent an instrumental go between for the governments of Iran and the U. S. during the nuclear deal negotiations so the Islam all **** regime and Tehran's gonna love this group as well directions the red Chinese the the not job over at in North Korea our enemies are gonna love this group this is the hate America kraut Y. one win perilous thousand miles away US entered the controversial nuclear deal with Iranian regime under the Obama administration twenty fifteen course our current president withdrew from the deal on twenty eighteen actually that was twenty fifteen and twenty eighteen calling it defective at its core the new Quincy institute all which the Quincy it's that sounds so cool Quincy Quincy institute for responsible statecraft see this is what they do rather than the new Nevil chamberlain institute we go beyond appeasement we surrender and find the enemy that's what it should be caught funded with half a million dollars each from the libertarian and left wing billionaires said to name a president John Quincy Adams who said that America goes not abroad in search of monsters destroy the new think tank was announced earlier this week in an op ed which said the new group is one of the most remarkable partnerships in modern American political history no it's not it's the code pink Republican culture libertarians and the code pink Marxist left Democrats I've always told you folks there's an overlap and now you see it okay millions to right leaning causes through the coke Charles cook institute which also advocates a non interventionist foreign policy used to be quiet on that not anymore source a strident critic of US foreign policy is given billions to left wing causes around the world which open society foundations and it goes on so here we have billionaires ladies and gentleman joining together the radical libertarians with the radical leftists to undermine American to undermine American farm policy to work with their propagandists in the media to keep advancing the kind of farm policy promoted by Barack Obama in the Iran deal just the worst kind of policies that have been enormous danger your children and grandchildren coke and Soros again I would strongly encourage the wealthy conservatives in the cult foundations to kind of.

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"dunleavy" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"dunleavy" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Smart dole where talked about mark in the Washington examiner Jerry Dunleavy little coke Soros farm policy think tank headed by Iran deal advocates now I would encourage all those millionaires and billionaires who feel the need to participate in these coke entities as a way of managing your just in distributing your contributions to stop to do it on your own because you're gonna be tainted by these people they're not conservatives they're not constitutionalist the radical libertarians the father was a radical libertarian another exposing themselves they never back trump in twenty sixteen they said they may not back trump in twenty twenty they're exactly what I say they are open borders isolationists among other things empty the prisons D. C.'s newest foreign policy think tank funded by libertarian Charles coke on left wing a George Soros was co founded by a nonprofit leader who is integral to the passage of the controversial around nuclear deal treat a Parsi and the group's other for co founders intrude base Fitch Stephan worth time he like Clifton and Suzanne DiMaggio are all pro Iran deal advocates as well as harsh critics of US foreign policy in of Israel and you'll see rand Paul will support the some of the knuckle heads the media will support this they supported the Iran deal so it's not just that they're isolationists it's not just that they're pieces they go beyond the Nevil chamberlain wing of farm policy there's literally funding the enemy Parisi founded the national Iranian American council an adjunct professor George wash at Georgetown University was he you notice all these Obama people lined up at these major universities the conservatives had a Republican administration almost never she was a prominent an instrumental go between for the governments of Iran and the U. S. during the nuclear deal negotiations so the Islam all **** regime in Tehran gonna love this group as well directions the red Chinese the the not job over in North Korea our enemies are gonna love this group this is the hate America crowd I want to imperil us thousand miles away the US entered the controversial nuclear deal with Iranian regime under the Obama administration twenty fifteen course our current president withdrew from the deal on twenty eighteen exceed that was twenty fifteen and twenty eighteen calling a defective at its core the new Quincy instead to Ole which the Quincy instead sounds so cool Quincy Quincy institute for responsible statecraft see this is what they do rather than the new Nevil chamberlain institute we go beyond appeasement we surrender and find the enemy that's what it should be caught funded with half a million dollars each from the libertarian and left wing billionaires said to name the president John Quincy Adams who said that America goes not abroad in search of monsters destroy the new think tank was announced earlier this week in an op ed which said the new group is one of the most remarkable partnerships in modern American political history no it's not it's the code pink Republican cultural libertarians and the code pink Marxist left Democrats I've always told you folks there's an overlap and now you see it okay millions to right leaning causes through the coke Charles cook institute which also advocates a non interventionist foreign policy used to be quiet on that not anymore source a strident critic of US foreign policy is given billions to left wing causes around the world to its open society foundations and it goes on so here we have billionaires ladies and gentleman joining together the radical libertarians with the radical leftists to undermine American to undermine American farm policy to work with their propagandists in the media to keep advancing the kind of farm policy promoted by Barack Obama in the Iran deal just the worst kind of policies that have been enormous danger to your children and grandchildren Cole and Soros again I would strongly encourage the wealthy conservatives in the coke foundations to cut at imagine a.

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"dunleavy" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"dunleavy" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"In the Washington examiner Jerry Dunleavy no coke Soros foreign policy think tank headed by Iran deal advocates now I would encourage all those millionaires and billionaires who feel the need to participate in these coke entities as a way of managing your just and distributing your contributions to stop to do it on your own because you're gonna be tainted by these people they're not conservatives they're not constitutionalist the radical libertarians the father was a radical libertarian another exposing themselves they never back trump in twenty sixteen they said they may not back trump in twenty twenty they're exactly what I say they are open borders isolationists among other things empty the prisons D. C.'s newest foreign policy think tank funded by libertarian Charles coke on left wing George Soros was co founded by a nonprofit leader who is integral to the passage of the controversy around nuclear deal treat a Parsi and the group's other for co founders intrude base Fitch Stephan worth time he like Clifton and Suzanne DiMaggio are all pro Iran deal advocates as well as harsh critics of US foreign policy in of Israel and you'll see rand Paul will support the some of the knuckle heads the media will support this they supported the Iran deal so it's not just that they're isolationists it's not just that they're pieces they go beyond the Nevil chamberlain wing of farm policy they're literally funding the enemy three C. founded the national Iranian American council an adjunct professor George wash at Georgetown University was he you notice all these vomit people wind up at these major universities the conservatives had a Republican administration almost never she was a prominent an instrumental go between for the governments of Iran and the U. S. during the nuclear deal negotiations so the S. Lommel **** regime and Tehran's gonna love this group as well directions the red Chinese the the not job over at in North Korea our enemies are gonna love this group this is the hate America kraut I want to imperil us Jerry thousand miles away US energy controversial nuclear deal with Iranian regime under the Obama administration twenty fifteen quests our current president withdrew from the D. on twenty eighteen actually that was twenty fifteen and twenty eighteen calling it defective at its core the new Quincy instead to all which the Quincy it's that sounds so cool Quincy Quincy institute for responsible statecraft see this is what they do rather than do Nevil chamberlain institute we go beyond appeasement we surrender and find the enemy that's what it should be caught funded with half a million dollars each from the libertarian and left wing billionaires said to name a president John Quincy Adams who said that America goes not abroad in search of monsters destroy the new think tank was announced earlier this week in an op ed which said the new group is one of the most remarkable partnerships in modern American political history no it's not it's the code pink Republican ultra libertarians and the code pink Marxist left Democrats I've always told you folks is an overlap and now you see it okay millions to right leaning causes through the coke Charles cook institute which also advocates a non interventionist foreign policy used to be quiet on that not anymore source a strident critic of US foreign policy is given billions to left wing causes around the world which open society foundations and it goes on so here we have billionaires ladies and gentleman joining together the radical libertarians with the radical leftists.

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"dunleavy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"dunleavy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Governor Mike Dunleavy came to office promising an increase in the state's permanent fund dividend but delivering on that led him to make cuts to the budget that have proved unpopular with many Alaskans so June to explain his fiscal policy and why it makes sense for Alaska Bloomberg's David Westin spoke with governor Dunleavy so the permanent fund was established by constitution nineteen seventy David and the purpose of that fun ways to save well that was being created by oil this is the beginning of one we're pumping oil from north slope to offer future generations of Alaskan so fun was created was constantly protected as a result that fun is grown to about sixty six billion dollars today in nineteen eighty one the permanent fund dividend program was put into place to allow Alaskans who honor our statehood act are removed the federal government and our constitution individual ascus cannot own the mineral wealth underneath their feet like they can in other states such as Texas and North Dakota so as a result of that discussion that ensued as to how we can share this well with Alaskans and the permanent fund dividend came into place so the budget issue this year is not really an issue between the permanent fund and permit funded and and our physicals to really support and I know times are there folks into trying to lump them together but the permanent fund is its own corporation that invests in stocks and bonds in real estate except and mostly outside Alaska the fiscal issues are resolved of a dramatic drop in oil prices and on the fact Alaska's has lost production over the years we used to produce about two million barrels per day in nineteen eighty nine nineteen ninety were down about five hundred thousand barrels a day today however there's been renewed interest in Alaska we call renaissance in Alaska and we have conventional oil place in Alaska unlike other places such as the Texas or North Dakota which shale plays we have large pools of oil that who are are being discovered and are being not just explored but developed at this point so we're looking at an additional two to three hundred thousand barrels over the next seven years the question is this will we be able to have our dinner for the house in order to be able to bridge this time between today and when this thing will comes online and that's been about Alaska reducing the size of this budget so that we can support so that we make a really important point here that may have been lost and some of us which is in this you you headline and videos on a lot of budget issues that were very unpopular I think it's fair to say with a lot of people Alaska include things like nearest.

Jury acquits 1 of involuntary manslaughter in California warehouse fire that killed 36, deadlocks for another defendant

Chip Franklin

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Jury acquits 1 of involuntary manslaughter in California warehouse fire that killed 36, deadlocks for another defendant

"A California jury acquitted one of two defendants in the deadly twenty sixteen go ship warehouse fire in Oakland that killed thirty six people for the other defendant the issue is not resolved of course want to generate a report thirty six people died trapped when a fire broke out in December two thousand sixteen Max Harris was acquitted on thirty six counts of involuntary manslaughter but the jury was as the judge stated hopelessly deadlocked and declared a mistrial for Derek Almena Kevin Dunleavy with the Alameda

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Alaska's state ferry workers go on strike amid deep budget cuts

WBZ Morning News

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Alaska's state ferry workers go on strike amid deep budget cuts

"The first to strike by Alaska ferry workers in over forty years to slow travel plans for thousands during their busy tourist and fishing sees leaving some stranded and also catching the attention of a democratic presidential candidate members of the inland boatmen junior the Pacific went on strike Wednesday after failing to reach agreement with the state on contract terms that brought Alaska's ferry system to a halt a tweet from former vice president Joe Biden calling on Republican governor Mike Dunleavy to restore full funding to the system which lawmakers this year cut by more than forty

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"dunleavy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"dunleavy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Came Mister Dunleavy looks like we're doing a yearly physical today I think that's right the work requires it but really everything is right and today nothing to worry about okay sounds good let's see from your chart it looks like your blood pressure is a little higher than I'd like to see okay that's weird might have been because a jog before I got here in the old ticker is prime just a couple standard questions about how many alcoholic beverages do you consume per week only drink on special occasions okay so how many per week like one okay one well I like to have a glass of wine at dinner okay so you have dinner once a week no no I mean I'd say three four okay three to four when a couple on the weekends me you know when I said per week I was referring to the whole week okay gotcha let's say an even twelve twelve it is and how much exercise you getting loads okay every day the study yes yeah I mean I know it does look like it but I love to push the limits of what a body can do and I mean like I said a jog here great from Schomburg from the parking lot I was running late okay so not much exercise not much formal exercise but I'm always moving like a hummingbird in pants okay and a diet pretty much paleo pretty much yeah you know like lots of nuts meats veggies tofu I love Satan okay what's the last the last meal you ate sorry don't think I understand the question the last thing that you chewed up and swallowed what wasn't Dunkin donuts okay you know there's no actual nuts in donuts right that's why I was late they were fresh and a note so I had to get a bear claw right okay and are you are you sexually active all big time a merry okay so at least once a year on my birthday Mr Dunleavy I'm gonna need you to try to be more honest with me okay this is your health we're talking about okay doc but I'm gonna need you to ask some questions that make more sense are you on any prescription medications simply no I will take as an exit from stress Mister Donnelly I don't have a prescription for it where did you get it my kid went on spring break to Cancun to give them out down there on the beach like candy I still don't think you've been very honest with me Mister Donnelly please please call me Brad your name is Sam dang it I know I don't even know I lied about that yes this is easier to.

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"dunleavy" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"dunleavy" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"That's a red flag to me this is the enemy every entrepreneur that's ever going to be born in this country has been born in the past mon how are you Steve Dunleavy will not be down breakfast famous tabloids for each street doc had one of my brothers in other words no not really he was a he was a general I was a mere private in the tabloid army compared to Steve Dunleavy and Jay from Chelsea says now I can tell all of my Steve Dunleavy stories now that he's dead I I will tell so I've I've actually been thinking about that today Hey I I don't have too many Steve Dunleavy story she's like I used to be on inside edition he was bitten by Michelle the sound patches Kennedy's date remember that that's it that is one of the funniest mom if they if they had like all the funny stuff on you too that's going to be in the top ten when was bitten by Michelle because sound patches get it yeah no exactly it it's it's hilarious he shows her a picture of her engaging in an act of love which was recently legalized by the Supreme Court and she started by the end of the day what is on life not life to be taped TV one of those inside edition current affair type jobs but it's still there and in it you know for the benefit of the Boston audience Jack Cole is also in that video the late Jack called about another one of my fellow alumni from from the channel seven alarm I department who yes who said we'll be back with more of this alleged those in a moment and that he wasn't back but anyway we'll get a J. will get all that later on later on in the show we have other other fish to fry here in the early going eight four four five hundred up forty two forty two that is the whole free number of the highway car show and you you know I've been I just I can't get this whole thing that happened in New Hampshire out of my mind that really it it just it's just really it it summarizes everything that's wrong with the society what's happened here with this this Ukrainian killing these seven people and the it and I have just been a bit trying to I've been trying to put together a column and that just the you know one opening monologue here about it and the the the problem here this guy is legally in the country there's an ice detainer on him now but the problem in this cut the problem here is that once you start telling one group of people but they don't have to obey some of the laws then that pretty soon everybody begins to fake for logical reasons human nature but nobody has to obey any loss and that's what that's what happened in this society and and this this punk this twenty three year old punk is just like a poster boy for the for the breakdown of law and order it and it's yet you know it starts out with illegals and then it goes down to legal aliens in that it but it's it's not I'm just not I'm not singling out illegals or legals or you know emigrants or anything like that I ended up my column saying if you if you allow one group of people to get away with basically operating with total impunity as for as far as any laws go pretty soon you're gonna have the cops stealing tens of thousands of dollars and walking out of the federal courthouse on northern Avenue without doing a day in prison the last one of my column is wait.

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"dunleavy" Discussed on Le Show

Le Show

07:34 min | 3 years ago

"dunleavy" Discussed on Le Show

"University of Alaska board of regents as apologizing after social media posts sparked backlash online, Tammy Rudolph, a state farm insurance agent in North Pole. Alaska Burr implied on Twitter that Michelle Obama's man and showed support for conspiracy theory spine Cunanan and pizza according to the Anchorage daily news. She was appointed. The board of regents by governor Mike done Dunleavy. Not the basketball player, I'm assuming but who knows I can see her from here. The Alaska legislature has yet to confirm her point Randolf said she was in barris. The people were interested in personal comments. I made without thinking, I do take full responsibility for them. However, I believe I o sincere apology for the tone of my messages and the harsh language that was used the language expressed was out of boldness and arrogance is never occurred to me that would be seen in the context of roles such as public figure, it's just retweeting. But it doesn't mean that I endorse it. I don't have you know, friends on Twitter. It's not related to anything. Do. It's just simple entertainment for me. I thought it was kind of off the grid. You know, it was just, you know, something to do. She got off Twitter. On the university of Alaska border region. So it was just something to do. And Tom Brokaw. Who's criticized for saying on meet the press last week that Hispanic Americans should work harder at assimilation. He told me the press he'd been arguing for some time that Latinos in the US should be insuring that children, speak English. He shared the views some Republican voters who said it told him. Well, I don't know whether I want Brown grandbabies, he added. I also happen to believe that the Hispanic should work harder at assimilation. That's one of the things I've been saying for a long time. Brokaw lated later posted a series of apologetic tweets, he said he was truly sorry for remarks that he acknowledged were offensive to many and praised US diversity the apologies of the week copyrighted feature. This broadcast Tom do you? Do you have any comment on your own apology? I do Harry and thanks for Ali Mito. He along by apologetic remarks. No, it's fine. Similar nation has long been a topic for legitimate debate in this country. What I long to do at that moment was not a relitigate the past and certainly not to launch a new level of angry dialogue. Sorry angry. What dialogue got it? So what exactly were you recommending that Hispanic immigrants learning more quickly? I think as a matter of quickly learning. I didn't think what I was calling for was that's long path towards learning to live in and we're likely local commute way of life that in livens getting sure leading to a strengthening and and the land if you will of those bonds which link us all together is lovers of liberty. Just just checking those those bonds do what link together, right, right? Of course. Of course. I'm not saying learning long, which isn't a board. Of course, not every letter, right absolutely dialogue dies of one side. Can't articulate right to or listen to the other. Of course, I'm not calling for eloquence disa- mastery of the colloquial the local Kogel. Okay, tom. You're apology has added so much to this week show. And you just added that much more. Thank you. I was. Be here and Lewis show continues. From London England this show and now..

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Instagram's new feature allows users to share stories with smaller group

24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 3 years ago

Instagram's new feature allows users to share stories with smaller group

"With just close friends rather than all of their followers regular posts would still appear to everyone although users have the option of pre approving followers. Facebook already let's people narrow audiences for individual posts. But the Facebook and Instagram hasn't until now. Quake damage in Alaska. I'm Tim Maguire within AP news minute outgoing Alaska governor Bill Walker says it will take more than a week or two to fix all the road damage caused by today's seven point zero earthquake and its aftershocks Walker who leaves office Monday says members of governor elect Mike Dunleavy staff are

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Twenty-two states ask U.S. appeals court to reinstate 'net neutrality' rules

Sonoma County's Morning News with Pat Kerrigan

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

Twenty-two states ask U.S. appeals court to reinstate 'net neutrality' rules

"In for Pat, Kerrigan this week a friend. Of Trump ally Roger stone is coming forward about what she was asked by the grand jury. In special counsel Robert, Muller's Russia probe Kristin Davis sometimes known as the Manhattan Madam, told Fox News Monday night that the jury wanted to. Know about stones, relationship with WikiLeaks. Founder Julian Assange the site published a large number of leaked emails from the Democratic National Committee back in two thousand sixteen and event that appear to be foreshadowed by. Tweet from stone Davis said that stone's tweet is often

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Austin bombing suspect Mark Conditt recorded 25-minute "confession," police say

The Amy Demboski Show

01:28 min | 4 years ago

Austin bombing suspect Mark Conditt recorded 25-minute "confession," police say

"The hour bill stoltze will be calling into talk of fisheries issue and in the five o'clock hour senator mike dunleavy will be calling in and another school board candidate at least a hill we will be on with us so it will be a big show stay with us live and local with tom anderson in the mornings and ab dembosky in the afternoons k d and t ten twenty am and ninety two point five fm a cpi media group station with us already news i'm val deore police say they discovered a twenty five minute recording on a cell phone of bombing suspect marc condit austin police chief brian mainly considers it a confession and says it condit talked on the recording in great detail about the bombs he built his family released a statement today that they had no idea of the darkness that mark must have been in his uncle said his nephew was a computer geek who was intelligent and kind their crisis management playbook is pretty simple get ahead of the story of data authorities and the public regularly accept responsibility and then take decisive action well experts say that until today facebook was over four it was not until five days after so facebook data by a political consulting firm erupted that ceo mark zuckerberg spoke up the fourth north eastern in three weeks caused airlines to cancel nearly five thousand flights today alone as the.

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