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Elon Musk's SpaceX Launches Four Astronauts into Orbit

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Elon Musk's SpaceX Launches Four Astronauts into Orbit

"Plans to launch four astronauts to the international space station. This evening the last basics crude flight which caught the world's attention was actually a test flight in today's machine is truly the first in the contract nasa signed with the elon. Musk company having a private company. Handle launches res nasa up for other thinks this will solidify our capabilities with the low earth orbit but we hope to You know sort of continue to focus on this. Keep the space station operating. But then you know work towards The lunar surface and eventually mars veteran astronaut drew faisal stole. We'll be watching as his colleagues launched tonight just before seven thirty eastern from the kennedy space center. Evan brown fox

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First day of Texas in-person voting sees huge turnout

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

01:50 min | 4 months ago

First day of Texas in-person voting sees huge turnout

"It's Day two of early voting here in Texas in the states one of the few places in the country not allowing widespread mail balloting during the pandemic voters went to the polls. Yesterday is Jill Biden former second lady and Democratic president nominee Joe Biden's wife visited. HOUSTON. And rallied supporters during a short address at a get out and vote drive event. Recent polls have shown that Texas is still leaning Republican, that still long lines were common among many polling locations as were masks but in suburban Houston's Fort Bend County technical problems kept machines offline for more than an hour as. Hundreds of people waited to vote county officials there say it's extending early voting hours for the rest of the week because of those issues early voting ends October thirtieth well, Harris County saw record turnout on the first day of early voting by two PM more people had cast ballots than the whole first day of early voting in two thousand sixteen around lives with travel has more from voters she talked with from across the region lines varied from one polling location to another in the Houston area. Harris County voters that energy cast a ballot within minutes though others waited much longer due to. High turnout but in neighboring Fort Bend County voters had to wait several hours due to technical problems with voting machines at least four voting locations had delays but Fort Bend administrators have not made it clear. The extent of the issues Faisal's odd says he waited more than three hours at two different polling locations locations to to vote vote in in the the other other location location I. I. Seen Seen People People left. left. You You know know because because they they had had an an appointment appointment ten ten an an appointment appointment at at Devon Devon somebody's somebody's old old enough enough who who doesn't doesn't want want to to wait wait for for more than our to these people goes away the Fort Bend County Judge Keep e George says he plans to. Open an

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FinTechs Pandemic Pivot with Cross River CEO Gilles Gade

KindredCast: Insights From Dealmakers & Thought Leaders

06:42 min | 5 months ago

FinTechs Pandemic Pivot with Cross River CEO Gilles Gade

"Hi everyone is Rei and welcome back to kindred casts I'll sitting down today with my friend Jill gave the founder President and CEO of Fintech powerhouse and Unicorn Cross riverbank crossover was started by Jill two, thousand eight as one branch bank located teaneck new. Jersey. At the technology company now, powers companies like affirm circle best a coin based rocket loans stripe of star and transfer wise at are backed by big investment from Ktar, a French battery ventures, Andriessen, and Lyari. Issue over the past twelve years, the firm has grown to three hundred fifty employees providing over thirty billion dollars in loans over eighteen million customers, and during the crisis crossover helps nearly two hundred thousand small businesses would be yuan's through the paycheck protection program, which really puts it in the company of the big banks like Bank of America Vicki Morgan Wells Fargo Right? They're pretty impressive and very helpful to our overall recovery drinks endemic last two years it was named the most innovative bank to work for. Job GonNa try to give you a run for your money on that one here line. But I WANNA wish you. A Happy New Year it's a real pleasure and honor to kick off the year in the Jewish calendar fifty, seven, eighty, one podcast, and as I like to say when you have gone for over five, thousand seven hundred, eighty years, there's downs, ups and Dowse said via a shot at the by pleasure to. Today. It's real pleasure. We've. Meeting of last year's restaurants and and peers of isolation and zooms that in person you're one of my first meetings safety and security and I really wanted to stay closed during this dynamic given how busy you've been thus give everyone a background here because I really think through cross. River. Everyone here is going to get a lens of not only the fintech universe and where. We're going in banking what we've come from, but also what has been going on on the ground during the period in helping so many businesses on Main Street get back on their feet again, and that's really why this is such a story around business and building value but also round helping people around a real heartening narrative that I really wanted to to bring out here to. Tell us how the company was founded. In An Giang aid is a quite an unusual and interesting story towns came to be across different, very ginning. Sure. So I don't want to log on the history because I think the more recent stories much more fascinating just trying to help two hundred, thousand small businesses get back on their feet. As, been. Me Crowley the biggest side, my career and I think probably would be the highlight those anybody spuria stage. So something that's we're very proud of York buster the go back in time. So I came to the United States in Paris fries whenever airs went to school there worked a little bit I was actually analysts that CPR venture capital in Paris. Working on. Some of the first. Time nineteen eighty, nine, hundred ninety in Europe actually, and then crossed the Atlantic came in Nineteen ninety-one go to job at bear stearns I was in International. Working on. Of. Banks insurance companies. So that was my first foray on shown initial services got very fortunate. I. Wide. I landed in finishing the group at bear stearns and our retrospect you gentlemen standing of our God does things and just put. So you know some pebbles along the way that one day you're going to be caught to inspire where you heading in. Then I took a Atas when I got married and I went to learn fouls. Wow Yeah Joe Jr ethics, which is a commentary on the on Jewish law. In companion. I did ask a couple of years came back to of making this time. The only job I could land was open difficult to give back to the market I worked for Barclays Capital. Zoom one of the Thomas Tell you that made you on jump back into banking. More by necessity. With all the day will undoubtedly the feedback I needed to go back to work I. Think. All my life savings where it's only exhausted it's not a life that was prepared to date or the rest of my life. So regretfully, so because it's it's really fascinating as size definitely intellectually stimulating. Question about it but I still enjoy doing it. By the way I still earned every single day studying law in this is something that will stay with me Probably you know for the rest of my life. A lot of good business lessons and haven't company in the home. Absolutely I mean there's definitely a concepts of humility ethics respective others listening to the position particularly respecting the physician and there's always a counterpoint that. Is Truly a hundred centre-right nobody's abso-. Medium. Or these always way and ruth compromise, and this is only a life lesson that is invaluable. And by the way, you know any book that I've Read Entrepreneur and as points to she's. Have successfully led their companies through an exponential organization at goal example, Faisal Volleys. So just running about them under different concept different setting and they're trying to allies them intellectually and then trying to fly them. Businessworld is something that I was very fortunate or being able to do the. So you hundred that's that was very formative for me and trolley in the central step along my travels and my journey in becoming the COO crosser in that like say like the only job I could land at the time was in technology banking and nothing about technology. For aqueous capital. Under Sunday night, who's global head of technology and worked on some Fascinating Tales Global Crossing Iridium satellite network in then work on the transaction war on the computer associates CSC sale merger it was really fascinating to. To work on the technology front been trying in in learning about a new trade and look at this you know like some fifteen years later. It's a rejoinder between technology and banking.

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Unable To Travel To Mecca, Muslim Community Holds Drive-Thru Hajj

Morning Edition

02:26 min | 7 months ago

Unable To Travel To Mecca, Muslim Community Holds Drive-Thru Hajj

"The hajj, the pilgrimage to Mecca in Saudi Arabia. It is, of course, a year like no other in Saudi Arabia is limiting the annual pilgrimage just to people living inside the kingdom. It's a disappointment for many American Muslims who are planning to go from our member station. W M. You Daniella chess low reports on a community in Maryland that held a drive thru hodge instead. Loudspeakers blast prayers on a hot afternoon as Mona El Dada watches her 77 year old father. He's copying a ritual known as Walking around an eight foot tall black cube. That's a replica of the Kaaba shrine in Mecca. El Data tells him he's doing it wrong. No, daddy. The idea is that the car is actually going to do the show off Dr Hardy Ra Nama relents. He's done the really pilgrimage to Mecca three times. He remembers a sea of Muslims from all over the world, all wearing the same white clothes. And so nobody knows, but they pulled the rich whatever equality 100% and that is the beauty of today, Hondas and Tesla's drive around the Kaaba. It's not a substitute for the haj, which all Muslims must try to make in their lifetime. Mona El Dada is creative director at the next Wave Muslim Initiative, a group in Montgomery County, Maryland. The pandemic ruined her pilgrimage plans. So she suggested to her colleagues. How about a local version of Hajj by car? I was telling them it's it's kind kind of of like like the the way way that that in in the the wintertime, wintertime, there's there's Christmas Christmas light light shows shows and and all all you're you're doing doing is is kind kind of of looking looking out. out. From From your your window window At At Sandy. Spring Friends School, L Dada greets drivers moving along a short track. At one station, A boy in a green shirt leans out of a white minivan to throw pebbles at a cardboard pillar. That's to evoke another hajj ritual casting stones to drive out the devil. The boy introduces himself as yes, scene Y Es e and asked me was conned by kind of forgot His dad, Faisal Khan says he's been avoiding mosques because of the pandemic. He still wanted to teach his two boys about the holiday. Definitely much more safe car, not close, Tio bunch of people, So it's really nice what they what they did. Levee

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Saudi King Salman admitted to hospital in Riyadh

NPR News Now

00:36 sec | 7 months ago

Saudi King Salman admitted to hospital in Riyadh

"Arabia's king. Salman has been admitted to a hospital in the capital Riyadh NPR's Bruce. Sherlock has more. Saudi Arabia's royal court says the eighty four year old, King Salman has an inflamed gallbladder. The statement carried on the country's official press agency says he's undergoing medical tests at the king. Faisal Specialist Hospital in the capital Riyadh. King Salman acceded to the throne and became the Custodian of Islam's two holiest sites in two thousand, fifteen, his eldest son, the Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman is next in line and has been the country's de facto ruler in recent years wreath, Sherlock and PR

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India and Bangladesh: Health and environmental risks grow, following deadly cyclone

UN News

06:42 min | 10 months ago

India and Bangladesh: Health and environmental risks grow, following deadly cyclone

"A buffalo cyclone has hit eastern India in Bangladesh. Officials have said that it was one of the most ferocious cyclones ever seen what was the intensity of the cyclone arm. This song which cost to feed on one fifty five one five kilometer gusting up to one eighty five kilometers up as we want to Phoenix wreak havoc in the state of West Bengal and extensive damages uploading seven to stick of a single imputing cutout. The Joy I to and also accompanied by dogs need went up to four or five macos high We do not have much information on the how much land area had been inundated. You home box is the expected dot. There has been heavy damages under streets due to the inundation is actually was passed been ravaged by just be less That is expensive damage to the SPA. What communication and have enough waterlogging has several places and the Distrigas ministrations working in. Awadh putting manner the situation. So what is the current situation in these areas Do you have any estimates of the scale of destruction yet how that people people have lost lives in takeovers has been Luckily the damage has been Much less In this state of forty thousand every compared was being gone. The housing our tele-communications water sanitation agriculture will be badly impact with do not have ago some districts. Your husband is going on and More information will be available in a day or two to vote measures taken for disaster resilience. And what's being done for? Response now landfall both of men. That only got dominant overthink gone. Have undertaken massive evacuation more than one point five. Let people were always south and neo five. Let deeper in England so because of this the last that question probably the number of deaths has been quite slow as of now but the possibility that the figure might increase because the government has not yet competed plans and come up with just decided not to actively go there could be an increase in the number of as well in this state over being on the administration is working on a what manner in the affected. Districts are National Disaster Management Sports Day. Disaster-management state police provinces because on steam golf book on some Municipal Corporation Fire Brigade and the entire speed machine heavy stopping the state level are working to focus in this affected in. This is a diamond countries. Also combating covid nineteen infection in such a scenario at Govan prevention measures also being followed in the Shelter Home San Response Investigation procedures high speed challenges for on around. I would say that the government could vote for have made lots of two incommensurable people with prevention measures Shelter homes the have been A gift with the Walker insanity walk facilities hand washing facilities. Mark have been distributed Ready go for distancing have been maintained but as I said that I use on ground and district administration state government along with this Organizations are trying their best to handle the situation after causing scale destruction in eastern India. The cyclone moved towards Bangladesh. So what's the situation Dave? After the line in Bengal cyclone has now been fishing and presently dish. It is very likely to continue to move not not as North eastwards and we can all In Bangladeshi past not brought much damage can it has caused that There has been have Beata or information available from the media on damage to houses and Bleaching of embankments but the fact has not been ready coveting in Bangladesh so these are cyclone prone areas and we witness landscape destruction in the past as well. How have things changed in the last few years has the scenario improved so that these natural disasters caused minimal damage to life and property been going on made significant took five hundred management and this state of its international team last year on significantly reducing the loss of life Joining on funny. If you compare these supersized on which already signed the one thousand nine hundred nine I'm seeing people. I'm be compared compared with Ron tiny rich afford into China India. Two Thousand Nineteen it. Only sixty four people probably Golfman for the response and the professionals custody of the government has significantly improved and under. That is no doubt about it. I mean in the state over there has been locking media off the bad news particularly community preparedness and also Preparedness Assay Institution. Eleven Minister Levers Big The government has to save on sports have constituted did after the team at different Shi'as level so when it comes to on new centers post. I have some significant of that odd room for more improvement but there has been significant progress in the State Park. Shock is funny. Is Thinking Seasons External Miquelon? It'd be loop economic flaws. And we've we've been Steve Constant increase in the economic law particularly off off the economic loss to livelihood and and also in the infrastructure funding. You're increasing habet. Even need Obama's need to strengthen the of disasters governments in the country. I defensive resilience with every in your laughing planning. It'd be one to reduce economic losses due to the Faisal's.

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Baking Tips

Pass It On

07:13 min | 10 months ago

Baking Tips

"Give us a tough place. Steve Button scones always mixed dough for scones with a knife. Cutting through the door as you. Mix Don't handle mixture much on yourself. Lighthouse scorned one hundred four bottles street. Glasgow Yep I'll buy that for pint. Scones need an incredibly light touch when you're baking them so you don't need to slow the rise. Yikes nice loose texture like when we go if he should feel like. This is not dough this is just just crumb and then the old same on them. So the idea of using the night cut through the butter is a is a good one. Oh I would suggest that an uber type is something like you know. Chilling you butter and then greeting it. So he can loss Lopez. It can be incorporated into actually tips to guess too. Am I gonNA gain peace when making pastry others zipped been full of Santa Elena to each one kind of flow result? A lovely shot cost a new sticking to or ruling been Mississippi Ross Eighty Booth Gardens Breaks Glasgow guys. I think this is play all geared of Sam Lena. It's disgusting and a member a skilled in our slot onto a plastic chair or it makes me sick and race Pittman. We're talking dry SEMOLINA. Yeah I know but even the thought of one. It's my St- disgusting I have to. I'm with you on that. Kony for the desert. There's there's something unpleasant upright glue p Gillette Instincts. Flavourless has bought the idea of using SEMOLINA. The dry stuff as as as a as to meet the the mixture drier and stop sticking brilliant. Were making 'em pizza dough which we do quite often and we'll put either will use a dual soy flour. This goes from Lena. Finally died in the works often ruling. I because that we you get a really nice crisp crust and stops the second to the work surface so I. I really fed again again and again pastry when making pastry. Instead of using the usual wooden rolling pin fell a glass bottle was cold water. You'll improve the texture. Mrs Elizabeth Elton. Eight to two MINCY cumbernauld. Mike Law School again. Guys do that. Well I I'm convinced without one because this is America solution looking for problems is of worked backwards from the science. If you like because you you should be cold. That's why we must while it. Pastry chefs use marble countertops and stuff. So really the coal to the buttressed melting. So you've got the lovely texture but I don't think the to make that much. I mean the OPEC filled up with hot water and use that identity theft. It is true okay and I understand that but I wouldn't necessarily actively do I wouldn't think while Chai that with a might tied assembly. Nothing you know. I mean anything at yes quite often. I'm actually pretty good at banking. Make Banana often banana testing. Oh Yeah Paulie okay at me again. Banana cream a sliced banana to the white. Even egg and beat until Steph. The banana disappears unusual a delicious substitute for whipped cream Seven lung on state Scott's gloss go ahead and banana now honestly signs disgust banana. Yeah no unknown. No by not. I mean I've quietly try in fairness issue to suit as like. I suspect that would be G- awful. No no thank you. I think we've discussed this before. A COP tells episode and it just makes me unwell Har- but there is a really good recipe. Lot of especially parents will know for banana ice cream. Which is just freeze been on. His chopped up and then put them in a blender food processor. Anything type thing. I JUST THAT MAKES ICE CREAM. Really really nice and it is good. I've never tried to Huge on of banana things to be honest flavor for sweet flavor are. What's my favorite pit? No if it's a flavored thing what's the best to some form of forest so your answer is all the fruits Titan yet. No end it saw. I would have to say okay lest bought a blueberry Strawberry Cherry Raspberry Fi Solace Kiwi passion who faisal otherwise known as syphilis. I would say I have to say we. Just listen my. You probably definitely seen them. They're they're pretty little things and the tomatoes into fruits and without very dramatic can keep around qualitative. Things you get them along cheesecakes. Yeah but it's a really nice tart flavor. Did you call me? I was asking you? What your favorite flavor was talks news and I answer to this Kony. Your favorite flavor raspy Raspberry Steve. Vanilla Vanilla boarding. Can I tell you story of Vanilla? No my mother-in-law has left up to me so roughly stuff two years now. When was that because she saw hotel? You edit no as because of familial we wouldn a restaurant once Elias. The waitress hopefully by screen to you. Hav and she said clean an I asked what flavor is the plane ice cream now. My mother-in-law thinks this is the most ridiculous thing anybody who said. I think that's good question. I was reasonable question when I was a kid. There was ice cream place near where we live and I used to love their original d-r-y mich made no flavoring 'cause the also vanilla which was flavored with Vanilla. And I like it was just just screaming gorgeous and good so I think that's not necessarily a ridiculous.

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Is Real Reality Hidden

Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

10:08 min | 10 months ago

Is Real Reality Hidden

"I'm your host Alex Karras and today we welcome Anthony Peak back to skeptical to talk about his new and quite amazing book the Hidden Universe in investigation into non human intelligences a book. That is very much about these extended consciousness realms that we talk so much about on this show Anthony as many of you know is not just a very accomplished author and speaker but as someone who truly in every way that I can tell seems to be a researcher. Seeker that is someone who you get the feeling that is really trying to get somewhere with this stuff. And isn't just writing books which are very entertaining and bring us all along on his journey but that this is really a path of discovery for. Anthony and I really appreciate that his latest. The Hidden Universe is no exception. It's packed not just with amazing accounts and stories that you're going to be quite surprised that you've never heard about before but it's also packed with a lot of cutting edge science. That Anthony believes backs up his theories. Now one of the thing I should mention and that is that Tony peak is not someone who's afraid to stick his neck out there regarding his theories and I kinda liked that really because if you really listen to what he's saying I think what he's saying is not that he has all the answers but more that it must somebody sticks a stake into the ground and says hey it's not just about stories. Here's what I think this stuff leads to unless somebody does that. We can't really pull it apart so we all realize that we're probably wrong about all this stuff that the greatest minds of thought about since as long as there's been a human being on this planet but I do appreciate that. He's willing to stick his neck out there and say. Hey here's how I think it all fits together so anthony. It's great to have you back. Thanks so much for joining me. Great to be chatting Te- again Alex. I've been looking forward to this. Pretty good. And thanks for a wonderful introduction. The that's a really hard act to follow. I have to say that. Thank you for it but you totally deserve it. I mean so I tell you what. Let's dive into the book. I love this quote that really Kinda resonates with something. We all know to be true but we can forget until a book like this comes along and reminds us and that is throughout recorded history the belief that humanity shares this planet with a variety of other sentient beings has been persistent. I mean if you want to start from there if you want to start anywhere you like tell us about the book the Hidden Universe. Yeah no that that is. That's quite correct. And that's being my my overall reasons writing this book. Book I think has been inside me since the mid nineteen sixties. It's it's the book I've probably always wanted to write. Because in mid nineteen sixty S I came down with a double pneumonia during that period. I had a series of very profound to loose nations going through the crisis. Pneumonia and at that time even my twelve year old mind. I was fascinated by the nature of the hallucinations received. That were these things. nations internal generated or whether mixture. Both and it's very much as being something. That is intrigued me all through my Brighton career. Because time and time again I come across people who encounter ends in differing circumstances in OB estate in Dreaming States people who encounter entities during closing campuses of the third kind ending. Play developing close encounters of the Moments I the seems to be an awful lot of information out there but what? Nobody's I think is trying to do. Well it's not true. I mean I'm not originally Jackley trying to do it. Many years ago and various other writers over the years tried struggling through history as to what events debate on. This is what I try to do now. I very much. I mean you Coul- my ideas a theory also or high policies. I'd probably sites educated speculation because these things we can never actually know and we can never really asked them working with people trying to test these things but the basic base to the book is just if people have extraordinary experiences encounter entities that seemed to having been existing so then can we build up a neurological model. Can WE BUILD UP A PSYCHOLOGICAL MOBILE? And can we build knowledge comodal to actually explain things all? And that's what I intend to do in the book. Tell us more though. Because that's that's a good starting point but the book really jumps in with both feet about the entirety of this extended realm. That does seem to crop up all over the place. So whether it's magic and spirits and Shamans like you said or whether it's after after life experiences in near death experiences or whether it's the experiences I mean you do kind of take us through this history in order to get us to the point of some of the breakthrough science that you think is influencing you the most right now. So where do you WanNa start with that? I I think the magic and spirits and Shamans thing is something that's really interesting because it grabs a lot of people's attention right now. There's a lot of people really interested in magic right now. A lot of people. Really Interested in the occult right now and I gotta say. I think that we haven't quite thought that through all the way particularly if we mashed into simulation theory and afterlife near death stuff. I mean there's just so many things to pull apart here. Tony hardly know where to begin. So I'm kind of looking. I'm happy to do that. The the first thing I'd like to make a point is the kind of the starting point. The starting price of the book involves inexperienced. Mother had when she was starting to develop out signs and one day. She phones me can. She said she experienced a very strange incident on her way. Onto the local village that we used to live in name livable and she said that she walking with my aunt. My aunt sold tie shoelace. When my aunt Stein tying issue my mother looked up and said what she described to saying a smoke ring. Hong Hovering over local local factory. She then said the smoke ring salty to revolve then shut off towards North Wales unjustly. Won't she scene and I said well you know I don't really know him you know she's not into. Ufo should never have these not the kind of thing she's ever been interested in James Lady and then unless we'll worry about it and she didn't have two or three days in the morning feed as she phones. We opening statements of absolute terror. Now she's woken up in the middle died This you know she. She said she couldn't. She moved properly but she was looking towards the door of bedroom. Now she lives alone. She's away now. What is important here? The important caveat is that she'd lost heroin with malignant melanoma many is before and Harare. She was developing various problems so she was partially science which is important. As as I'm involved with this. She said she looked towards the bedroom. Two bedroom door was an end she. She's fingers around the edge of the veteran Dole and this creature pods head round the door. She described it on. The description is uncanny. She said large black is like insect. She had two holes for nose and a slit from mouth and looked at her and dodge FAC. As if you know seen her she wakes up and she said Tony what did I say and I say well. It's intriguing I. I really don't know them because I didn't want to worry her clearly. In a state of hip Negi ornamental. Punks anesthetic sleep paralysis. Her Dole's perception and broken down to such an extent that she was a seeming. Something that ordinarily alternate Circumstance experienced of it and of course of the book cover of the way straight communion. Because it was it was a classic right it was an all CGI type will gray now. I started to research into this world were when I started to really quite interesting. Facts like for example in twenty seventeen in northern India Louis caved in India Tango. Being ten thousand years they call been dated various things to note. This was the case and the creatures that are depicted in this cave creature my mother. So then he'd go. On Your Graham Hancock congratulating books events natural and then they see describes his own experiences in the shelter in the Here again. We have very similar creatures. That are actually drooled on the cave wall now. What intrigues me? Here is that there's an elderly lady in in the UK. There are people in India under people in Southern Africa. And then again Graham. Hancock says itself. You know you look at a last caves and you look at Pash Mel everywhere else. These these entities seems to be everywhere of the counterargument today sees a well. You know they. They were more expensive than we were these people. They didn't know how to drool pro bowl. They would doing idealization xlt now. The argument doesn't stand up for me because these these ancest- these ancestors of the brain's rejected the same sizes. Clearly that you had to be Faisal and and other animals soclean whatever they were doing. It was not just an abstract. It was something more.

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British Prime Minister Johnson tests positive for virus

AP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

British Prime Minister Johnson tests positive for virus

"In Britain the prime minister has the corona virus I developed model symptoms all of the corona virus that's to say a temperature and a a persistent call in a video posted on Twitter prime minister Boris Johnson says he was tested for covert nineteen on the advice of Britain's chief medical officer and that test came out positive I am working from home I'm so Faisal eighteen but Johnson says he will be able to continue with his responsibilities to lead the national fight back against corona bar if Johnson doesn't become unable to work the government says Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab will

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True Friends

FlashCast By PDB, With Phil Di Bella

09:44 min | 1 year ago

True Friends

"Today I'm GonNA tackle the question. Drain friendships had a few people from different devils loss. I'm sending some messages about What he's friendships main to me. So we're going to be Tilton. Old Thing is friendship This simple side Let me stop by by Dan. We need friendships in personal professional and family loves so we need dumb friendships. Obviously family friendships often comes through. Children all comes through Relatives When they dug pestle friends. It'll be that we've had monitored from school even as far back as kindergarten and of course you personal friends will meet along the line. And of course we have them. Professional whipped with friends with is school. Where the work is a university. Or whether your work is at the professional world We create friendships friendships on all three levels. And obviously all of us have friends from HBO lives And I WanNa tackle the concept of friendship. Another means to me Then condemn a little bit about that subject so let me stop outside. I'm the true meaning of a friendship. That is when you actually consider the other peasants wellbeing to be as valuable as Iran And that beautiful weather. Values comes upsets me. The true meaning of friendship is when neo considering the other person's wellbeing that they said mind that they ran the deadly would they? They ran personality dependent. They are is just as valuable as Iran? If you feel this way about a pessimist. I believe they're a true friend. You can't possibly consider someone a true friend if I'm They another person's wellbeing and it set Nathan values done a line and I think that sends a really good way to look at it with to decide whether someone is is a true friend Over the at a true friendship with the person is whether you genuinely care for they will bain and that you'll venues Alon and that's that's two things that are really really important to make when I'm considering whether somebody Is a true friend because a wig friend is thrown around a lot in as good friend wants it to me. This friendships in his acquaintances. And there's a Lotta tons at We have acquaintances in our lives. That we believe that friends and head until the difference. Well that's that tomase really good way to tell. The difference between a friend and an acquaintance is genuinely care for this person's wellbeing on all levels and do the values along with mine And if they do will win that some the friend to make the an acquaintance unsigned that. Let me give you a few wise at Johnson said nuts down on. How can you tell one of the questions? his head. Can you tell a fight front and I get that a lot of thought Jodi Denson nuts In in this is what I came out with to me on L. I can tell you know a friend And number one is at the front is always conditioned on something. The friendship is only conditional the friendship exists if conditions implies segler. Earning your friend if you're doing something for your friend if you there if you need that it's always conditional the best friendships are unconditional. The next one is your friend acts differently. When you're random people and I find that Somebody's acting differently not being themselves in Iran other people. Then there's been a fight friendship happening. Fake friends will speak polling. When you're not around a true friend to me we'll tell you who knows anything about you wouldn't say to. Faisal already had spoken to you about so. That's another one that I can tell effect. Friend friends will stop talking to you disagreement. Now that's conditional Point Number One when? It's unconditional if we're agreeing will not always going to agree. You have different beliefs on certain topics of coast. Venues need to align but doesn't mean you're always going to agree and if ahead telephonic friend is that they stopped talking when you not agreeing with them because it's okay to disagree It's actually healthy to disagree and help each other grow. As you learn and discuss things you density will agree with on the next one. Is that fight trends disappear when someone more interesting shows up this common? You'll say the specially them in gatherings enough saying this in the school scenario Whether it's social outings of Saint Missing Sporting clubs is that dumb piplo token to you rita. They talk to you the having fun the hanging out with you and then someone will interesting. The high status up. I'm all of a sudden Betcha so that's that's another jotted down is very interesting In a good way to affect friend is number. Six Site Friends Watson to want something from you In Norway spoke about is someone want to take and and the friendships? That are all about give-and-take. They did help you when you needed. You'll there to help them a nine needed and so it's all about giving saving however Into want something because when they need something the token to you and they want something said something to be aware of the number seven. I'm still hanging out with you if you say not died assists that boundaries Foot down That Tad bell sort of distance themselves from you so this is another really good way to see his girlfriend in his not at number. I like friends have tried to help you achieve your goals. So they're not there to help you up. I wish that that you've got a certain yourself with gripe table and you're going to certain people that help you achieve what you want to be entertained. You gotta be there to help them. Achieve by to ban this as part of the give and take steps to see a patent here where it all becomes a one-sided said you know the great way and the way to tell us son perfect friend is if it's all one sided if it's all about them said number nine the bring you down and this happens a lot. I talk to people in. Am they settled the person's my friend but when actually breakdown while people side a good way to do this if you're not sure this is ever conversation somebody in your dental the negatives panel the negative things that say about you in compensation and if there's nothing but there's a good weather. Vicenza notified friend. If there's lots well you know because tight friends. WanNa bring you down good friends WanNa put you on a pedestal. So something to really be aware of Another one is affect fron. Segial needs a month's as a nuisance so when you need something well once I make from someone they see you as a hindrance at they put up by That happens a lot when people say well. I've always been that help somebody but when I asked them for help that it's like I'm putting the map so it's something that you really need to look at and the final one number eleven to me Trends done accept you for who you are you know. Acceptance is a very very big pie of friendship and if people are accepting who you are than a good chance that actually not a friend And something needs to really be aware of because you again. It's all about being there for the good times. Insulin Also for the difficult times and that's why I say life is a journey and down to experience moments. So love is a journey and lock is measured in moments true friendships. Let's sit there will bet Engaging in mutual interests and also Sharing values says if somebody's a true friend that it because I really believe in your well being and they shared values. And if that's the case then you'll say that eleven things are covered on site friendships What happened so I'm a little bit of attempt like the To save somebody is is a true friend. Now why do we really need friends? And that was one of the questions that come through well. Friends are important on that. There's been studies shown that friendship's important because of the feeling a good friend can bring you. It's been proven that ventured success in life. Expectancy that Lois. Chances of have the seasons down friendships is all about being connected. Feeling emotionally engaged. Feeling valued You know having a sense of of Togetherness in earnest ship that somebody actually value in case for your well being and this is something that's been scientifically proven that friendship ignites the part of the Bryan. That makes us feel good. You know when you're having a positive friendship and having a positive moment you'll Brian Rex. Completely different to when things are going wrong with friends. And obviously you know we translate this into moods In a mood to genuinely affected by what's happening in their lives. And that's what's important great friends or manager and it's not the amount of friends you have It's the quality of friendships that you have. It's the depth of the friendship. You have so what's with friendships going date not wide It really amazes me. People talk about how many friends have but rather than the death of the relationship. So you know that to me sums up friendship and more Important but when you're looking at friends remember it's not about the the amount of friends that the debt in the quality of the relationship. Could People WanNa bring that your best and you bring in the best of other people you've been listening to fill the Bella and this is Flash Casper. Pd until next time you go and be the best she can be in. Surround yourself with amazing people that care and help you do the best you can

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Travel to Northern Pakistan

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

09:08 min | 1 year ago

Travel to Northern Pakistan

"Like to welcome to the show. David Harden from travel worn SATCHEL DOT com. Who's come to talk to us about northern Pakistan? David welcome to the show. Thank you Chris. Thank you at least to be. Your accent is clearly not one from northern Pakistan. We're talking T- well you're in the UK. Near Windsor what led you to Pakistan give you the shortened version. But when I was eighteen. I decided to travel overland from the UK to Australia. And I could as far as Afghanistan before you realized you'd run out of land. It was not in the Russians. Got In the way so yes. Well the happens doesn't it tells away two years and decided that still WanNa girl on the Silk Roads still interested Islamic culture and art and architecture and filling in the gaps. Ever since. I've sort of done Australia and Southeast Asia and all of Europe and a few of the songs but Pakistan is always there the one that I needed to to tick off really well in you chose northern Pakistan on this particular trip which as we were talking before hand you said is quite different from southern Pakistan and that would be a whole different trip. North and south is very different. I mean the north. It's cooled in those areas and they three huge mountain ranges. So you have the to the West. You have the Hindu Kush in the sense of you have the character forms and then surrounded on the north and east by the Himalayas. And they're absolutely wonderful mountain ranges but as you get further south. Islamabad where I flew into the great trunk. Road becomes planes. Sunset becomes desert would way down to Karachi New Arabian Sea. So yeah very two distinct areas. Shall we start them in? Islamabad actually just flew into Islamabad as bad as modern city. One of the interesting says the city right next to it as well. Andy which is the ancient city but Islamabad is the modern city Pakistan pill. Much longer grid lines are easy to navigate. I would say that actually just before I started this trip on originally planned to buy a motorbike in Islamabad an travel up through the Karakoram highway and then head off into various places. I'd read about in various books to say that I spoke to that is a big Pakistan community here in the UK. And I have up the friends one. Who's a Kashmiri? And he said well to be honest. I know you're motorcyclist but the roads are something else and I would recommend a jeep at least so you'd better listen to this sort of thing. They listen to him and I got myself a cheap and a guide to me actually at Islamabad airport. I spoke at the moment number weeks number of months. Really sending out my tinman. He can find out about what I want to and that was great and so I had this a jeep drive and I have to say it was probably the best decision. I made an enormously. I would travel alone and make my way round but I think this would have been a journey too far. How did you find a jeep and a driver a Kashmiri gentlemen here in the UK who promotes northern Pakistan but wonderful gentleman and he put me in touch with Earth's people over the and I came up with one Sean who you turn out to be absolutely brilliant and good thing was that. He's his the Chinnery but often is not. We will turn off the rodent gun sale. This liquid interesting here. I suggest we don't do this. And I think the question slips or went what about safety because one sure yeah this image of cool so Pakistan and especially the northern areas and you know I I thought of the trip I plan was to go up towards promised so and Eko took care of it. Sometimes Chris when you meet someone. They have absolute confidence. That you've made a really good decision. They already felt towards the back end of the trip. We ended up in a shallow. He said near the Afghanistan border he said had I gone two weeks earlier suggested shallow harassed security reasons and it's nice having someone who has local intelligence so to speak and he was always on his phone is always checking where we were not set up. There wasn't one time the only time was rather Longley wanting planted in someone's house and it was an old soldier. I didn't notice but his granddaughter sent his granddaughter all and having a cup of tea with him dump. She walked in with this shotgun undecided K. And he said I started brandishing. The shotgun around me and I was okay Maybe I made a mistake too much of a price to pay for a cup of tea but it turned out that he wanted to show me the gun which was made in combat nineteen sixty in Birmingham the UK because as from the UK and then he was crowded this so I mean that's the momentarily. I felt unsafe that that was it. That was the extent to how I felt and say in Pakistan excellent now you said as I said Islamabad. You said that's a modern city. It sounded like in your tone I was hearing so I didn't spend a lot of time Islam Abbad. I was more interested in the mountain. I sort of pasta very quickly. In fact which we left about an hour nine did we did come back so actually to see Faisal mosque. Okay which is a really beautiful most very modern initiative about nine thousand nine hundred and again a very very beautiful most news in the foothills of the Himalayas. It's great visit down as the last place of his. But I'll tell you about that. I if I may so folks in about nine thousand nine hundred. Eighty eight defies most because in Faisal of Saudi Arabia. Stunt up the hundred and twenty million dollars. Us to build it as one does the money partly he fis but what is interesting is he. Made a competition to will be architects. Come up with the design. Took you shocked. The name one is an Basti. The whole architecture on a Bedouin. Tent shot was pretty interesting in the appealed to King Faisal and he's a magnificent structure because it's like an eight sided tend to really doesn't like a tent and so big on this enormous white marble and gray marble and you just see it for miles driving towards thinking okay. Looks Okay and something. You just don't know the ten minutes down the road you think. I'm sure I should have been by now this grid system of Islam about so you go up. It's the end of the road unless they just ended up votes off the Bat. So twenty minutes you eventually get close to it and then you start to really appreciate the enormity of small the structure and get three hundred thousand people praying ally inside. I think it's ten thousand but with the porticos and the data coca grounds. You've got three hundred thousand people. Pray there and it was real highlight. Visit every interested in style of architecture. But one thing is that if people do visit to you have to take your shoes and men and this white marble and greyish sort of marble and it wasn't a particularly sunny hot day but every time I stepped off the white mob wants the gray marble. My feet wants to get an angle for a pit shuttle. Take a shortcut to the record. My feet was scolded eventually got in as well but that just finished prayer and like go up to the main entrance to get inside to have a look at this incredible space inside and they said No. I'm sorry you can't come in and I said well look. I sort of come with away from London. See this is. This is typical of buckets. Johnny people that they will try and be as helpful as possible really nice and he said okay look you should really go with this young man and he spoke to the man order when we rolled around the back this young man to be around the back and there was a back door and he took my camera with me. He said look no pitches inside and just tap a low. I thought this really really nice touch and again to tread on the carpet I saw rob and really nice and re serene place children. Having lessons and really great atmosphere. I came back and said I gave him my camera and come back and I was sort of going to complaints because everyone in that had come phones. So fees and pitches thinking well. I was lucky enough to be let in so I wasn't going to push that but really worth of visit. This is a lot of history to this place. That modern architecture ignace absolutely stunning in the surroundings of the hills with the backdrop of the foothills of the Himalayas. It's a

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The Mystery of the iPhone 6

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:49 min | 1 year ago

The Mystery of the iPhone 6

"Today the mystery of the iphone six but first we need to go back to nineteen o four and the creation of the vacuum tube before the invention of the Internet. We needed computers. And before we had personal computers we needed integrated circuits and before we add integrated circuits. We had vacuum tubes. You get the idea. Vacuum tubes were the electronic electronic circuitry component required to make telephones radio television and work in the nineteen hundreds to put the limitations of the vacuum tube into perspective. I'll describe an early computer. Consider it filled a twenty by forty foot room. Wade's thirty tonnes and used more than eighteen. Thousand Vacuum Tube so as only fifty percent operational because most of the the time. The technicians were replacing burned out tubes. These tubes auden heated up the room to a hundred twenty degrees now. And William William Shockley the so-called father the transistor that transfers through switch that Apple Faisal flow of electronic signals to create ones and Zeros technology. College over time shrank it down to the size of a virus. But how small is that. Here comes the iphone six. For example sample. It uses the a eight chip which is made up of two billion two billion transistors. There's transistors are now created at the ten nanometer level to put this into perspective considered that a sheet of paper is one hundred thousand nanometers thick so in order to create a ten nanometer sheet of paper one would have to slice a single sheet of paper. Ten Thousand Times thinner to reach that ten nanometer level. You can now you see the growth in vacuum to two nanometer transistor now back to William Shockley. When Shockley semiconductor began operations. Everything thing appeared to be going according to plan shortly after opening shop and recruiting the best and brightest engineers across the country Shockley and his former former Bell lab colleagues Walter Bryan and John Barr Dean. Were notified they all had won the Nobel Prize in physics after after the Nobel Prize celebrations. Everything went downhill quickly. Shockley was known as a brilliant engineer but a horrific manager. He put his employees through a battery of test including psychological tests. Intelligent tests even lie detector tests. Shockley also posted employee salaries publicly publicly and recorded phone calls. He was paranoid individual who believed his workers. Were stealing trade secrets and sabotaging projects. So therefore he wouldn't share findings with his research staff at an insult injury. Shockley was a racist who believe blacks were genetically inferior was subpar implore IQ. So they shouldn't have kids in one thousand nine hundred fifty seven. The aircraft Shockley semiconductor lab started up. The division reached thirty employees. Eight eight of the employees Sheldon Roberts. Eugene Kleiner Victor Greenwich Chair last Julius Blank. Cheen Hornet Robert. Noyce and Gordon Moore. Finally said enough is enough and decided to mutiny. Was the best operation for them. You could say the rest is history. They went on to form Fairchild

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International Criminal Court sentences Congolese warlord to maximum 30 years for war crimes, crimes against humanity

BBC World Service

04:33 min | 1 year ago

International Criminal Court sentences Congolese warlord to maximum 30 years for war crimes, crimes against humanity

"Service no big decision is expected in the next hour the international criminal court in the Hague it's due to Paulson since on the Congolese rebel chief posco into Gunnedah he's been convicted for war crimes and sexual slavery in the east of the DRC the former warlord gave himself up to Rwanda's authorities before being extradited and tried in that in the Netherlands on joint from the international criminal court now by the B. B. C.'s Anna holic and I don't remind us who this man is I mean reading I mean we cannot read out the detail of some of his crimes because they ought to have rific to repeat needless to say he has quite a roll call of atrocities doesn't say he does and he was given the nickname the terminator for that reason he had a ruthless reputation in the gold rich region of the P. R. C. I'm today the court will be dealing with two really Faisal questions and all of this because sometimes international justice here in the Hague can feel so removed to the victims and the survivors back especially in Africa which this case the score deal so often with and so the two questions the judges will be dealing with today is how long should this mind spend behind bars and how much compensation should be awarded to the survivors many of whom actually race their lives to come here to the hate to give evidence the onus today's really only ICC to ensure this case can have some hanja will positive impact on their lives and in terms of the atrocities absolutely gruesome because these crimes were relatively recently committed SO two thousand and two two thousand and three a loss of what we saw during the course of the trial was photographic evidence I am and the images that we still have have stayed with those of us who were fortunate that and obviously the families to so in in one case and and some people fight might find some of this I am quite distressing and in the aftermath of a foreman massacre they find forty nine bodies of men women and babies some of the movies they say is somehow their hands ties and they were lying dead in a banana fields and in another case a pregnant woman who force often attempted rape by his rebel soldiers was then murdered by them so this is a really important case for the I CC to have rules the man responsible for all of this to justice and even more important for the cool because it's it has suffered a string of setbacks of recent years some high profile suspects walking free including the I've or informally the Lawrence bye bye earlier this year so this sense is is is so much more than just the sentences and it's a message from the cold absolutely yes although the prosecutor would argue as she tries to steer away from politics and actually this course is all about finding justice so that doesn't necessarily mean finding people guilty but absolutely there have been a string of failures in the past that have led to cases not reaching their final conclusions the collapsing before they reach this verdict stage so since the court was created in two thousand and two with a mandate to bring most powerful people to justice they have had for trials reach conclusion convictions I'm so this yes is is really critical and is being celebrated by human rights groups to as evidence that these most powerful leaders in most cases still men come eventually be brought to justice but it I mean it's also interesting because it represents a series of first so he was the the first person ever to be found guilty of this course of sexual slavery and that was actually one of five two Ben suited the prosecution's missions during her time is to make rape as a weapon of war recognized by international justice I know so he was convicted on thirteen kinds of war crimes five crimes against humanity and he as he mentioned first suspect ever to voluntarily surrender to the I CC but the prosecution's during the course of the trial said well you know it was a night to self preservation he walks into an embassy because he feared if he stays out there on the battlefield he flip flopped so many times between fighting for the rebels financing for the the governments that his life was in danger and actually he was better off here in the Hague you have the choice really listen thank you for joining us for the update the B. B. C.'s on a whole again that talking to us

Saudi Arabia's king names prince as new foreign minister

BTV Simulcast

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Saudi Arabia's king names prince as new foreign minister

"Saudi king Salman bin Abdulaziz has named his third new foreign minister in four years prince Faisal bin fine al sold will take on the post after previously serving as the kingdom's ambassador to Germany the king also pointed sell Jessa as transportation minister former foreign minister Abraham al Asaf was appointed as a state minister and a member in the Saudi cavernous

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Saudi Arabia's king names prince as new foreign minister

BTV Simulcast

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Saudi Arabia's king names prince as new foreign minister

"Saudi king Salman bin Abdulaziz has named his third new foreign minister in four years prince Faisal bin fine al sold will take on the post after previously serving as the kingdom's ambassador to Germany the king also pointed sell Jessa as transportation minister former foreign minister Abraham al Asaf was appointed as a state minister and a member in the Saudi

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India, Pakistan And Prime Minister discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

05:17 min | 1 year ago

India, Pakistan And Prime Minister discussed on BBC World Service

"India and Pakistan both mocked independence days this week events dominated this year by renewed tensions about the disputed region of Kashmir India's prime minister Narendra Modi's trumpeted the decision to change fundamentally Indian administered Kashmir's political status and reduce its autonomy made about if this was real don't let not my silly dear Indians Jammu and Kashmir can become an inspiration for prosperity and happiness for the rest of the country it can provide a major contribution for the development of India we should work towards helping cashmere you celebrate their traditional way of life we should help the state blanket restrictions no internet no phones no schools were finally eased in Hindu majority Jamel not in the Kashmir valley Pakistan wants the U. N. to respond India says it's a domestic affair but will the leaders argue what impact is all this having on the ground in Kashmir the BBC's Gita Panday has been visiting the Kashmir valley for many years I asked her what it's different now the security clampdown this time is exceptionally huge also kind of clamp down it's something that I've not seen before this being a complete information blackout people do not have access to news the only way you can get news TV is if you have a dish and that's something that very few people in cash we have and the authorities if you go to them and you talk to them then they said no no there's no curfew but the fact is it's almost like a few and in fact if you are traveling around the city you would hear police and the security forces going around in jeeps and telling people that go inside your homes given the lack of information what impact has that had on people's attitudes and understanding about what's going on there's a lot of anger does a lot of frustration people said that it directly impacted their day to day lives I'm that nobody had bothered to tell them how to keep well how do they think it will impact the day to day life what are they fear is going to happen and I think for them the most important thing is a loss of identity because our many gosh metes in the Kashmir valley have believed that this is something that granted them some kind of a special status the other thing that there's quite a bit of concern about is so of course you know that once the article is revoked people from across the country will be able to go and buy land there and something that a lot of people were talking about is how this is a kind of a land grab attempt by India an attempt to change the demographic off the valley and bring in people from the majority community so they're all kinds of fears and tensions and stresses you know that people are feeling I'm not talking about key to the Kashmiri bureaucrat turned politician Shah Faisal responded to this by using the expression you can either be a stooge or a separatist now seeming to imply that the middle ground in Kashmiri politics has been disintegrated do you think there's any truth in that suggestion that people are being radicalized by this process well exactly to begin with you know what he said it's something that I've found extensively being repeated in cash me because essentially what's happened is that all the mainstream politicians including three of the former state chief ministers who fought elections in India who operated under the Indian constitution have been put under detention that's made a lot of people realize that you know the mainstream voices have kind of lost or sort of support and credibility because the separatist organizations those who have been fighting for it separation off catch me or independence of cash me out I have always said that India is going to be treat you right this is what people in Kashmir telling me and they were saying that you know and these time vindicated so this means that the moderate voices will not have much support anymore you mention the word the trial but of course we mustn't lose sight of the fact that for very many people in India especially those who support the governing party the BJP this is something that's being celebrated what exactly yeah and it's been extensively celebrated in not just by the people who support the ruling party but do you know across India to begin with them a lot of people who didn't even know that cash meet enjoyed some kind of for a special stock this right and the act has actually made a lot of people question why shouldn't you know why should someone have a special status and you know like as citizens of India you know all parts of the country are the same so no one should have any special rights just as no one should be you know like treated badly so I think there is a bit of that also I mean catch me is a very very emotive issue in India and there is overwhelming support for something like this right and I think the governing party that's what they were banking on that they would get support from Indians across the board for their move and they've got it the BBC's Gita

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Eye Opener: Trump claims victory, Dems dig in

Up First

08:19 min | 2 years ago

Eye Opener: Trump claims victory, Dems dig in

"Like behavior what to Democrats do as the president claims victory. I'm Steve Inskeep with David green. And this is up. I from NPR news. Democrats have lines of inquiry. They wanna hear from this, man. The president was frustrated and angered by his seer belief that the investigation was undermining his presidency. What questions do they have for the attorney general also protesters finally forced Sudan's president from power, but their protests have not stopped. What are they want next? Stay with us. We'll guide you through this day's news. The bottom line findings are the Muller report allowed President Trump to claim victory. He does not face criminal charges. Many details. Give critics a lot of room for questions a heavily redacted four hundred and forty eight page document was released with the president legal team describing this report as a total victory. White House counselor Kellyanne Conway claim this was quote, really the best day since he got elected. And then this very accepting apologies today to for anybody who feels the grace in offering them. Now, Democrats have a very very different take on. This report. Here is House Judiciary committee chairman Jerry Nadler, the special counsel made clear that he did not exonerate the president and the responsibility now falls to congress to hold the president accountable for his action to vastly different narrative. So what does the report actually say? And what are the implications of these findings? We have a team that's been digging through the document, including NPR Justice correspondent Carrie Johnson. Who's here either? Very good morning, Steve. So if the president is not charged. What would there be in this report to hold the president accountable forty used Jerrold Nadler's phrase? Well, there's this team the investigators actually wrote that after the thorough investigation. They conducted if they had confidence the president clearly did not commit obstruction of Justice, they'd say, so, but they were not able to say that there are a number of what investigators describe as disturbing incidents ten or more involving the president's attempts alleged attempts to obstruct Justice to try to jam up the special counsel probe to fire. The attorney general Jeff Sessions to fire Robert Mueller, the special counsel himself and to try to get people to change their stories before they spoke with the media or or other people including trying to dangle carrots or sticks in front of people who were thinking about cooperating with Robert Muller's. Well, I'm just thinking about one particular example of the many in this report it involves Don Mcgann was then the White House counsel. Let me if I get this wrong in any way, carry the president tells Mcgann in so many words to get rid of Robert Muller. And the reason that this act is not taken which might have been seen as catastrophic by the president's critics, and even his allies the reason this is not taken it's only because mcken refused and and threatened to resign. Instead is that correct? That's exactly right. That's just one of a number of incidents where the president directed people in the White House to do things in often, Steve they actually blew him off which turns out to be a good thing for their legal liability moving, I guess Mcgann. According to the report again as you put it blew off the president in another way because the president when this was reported when this was revealed by the New York Times that the president told Mcgann to get rid of Muller. Trump told Mcgann to deny that story and Mcgann said I'm not going to falsely deny it because it's true. Yeah. I make an told investigators apparently he felt threatened by the president that the president was trying to test his metal now attorney general bar is going to face some questions after having been the man who redacted this reporter oversaw. Aw, the redaction I should say. And who then described it in a press conference yesterday? The attorney general set to testify on may first and may second in front of the Senate and the house he's gonna have a harder time in house, which is controlled by Democrats, many of whom have already described a crisis of confidence at the Justice department. They say because the way that bar has handled. This report they think he's played down the findings and basically protected President Trump at the expense of this investigation. Are there also internal investigations within the department of Justice? There are Steve the Justice department is investigating. The inspector general is investigating the launch of this investigation. The Fiso warrants in the first place as well as twelve ongoing investigations, we don't know anything about the special counsel has referred to other US attorney's offices. Everyone's talking about the Faisal warrants. I guess we should be clear on that part. This refers to I guess, we could say the Republican narrative of the Republican view of this investigation. Which is that it never made any sense. It never had a good basis, and they are questioning why. Some of the surveillance warrants were approved in the key in this investigation. Yes, the inspector general is investigating the investigators both in the US and some of the sources they were on overseas. Carry thanks for your reporting on this occasion, and many others over the past couple of years. My pleasure. Okay. So how's this report being viewed among members of congress, and what further lines of inquiry if any Democrats intend to pursue NPR's? Tim Mack has been taking a look at this. Tim, thanks for being here. Thanks for having me. Okay. Democrats have been focused on the question of obstruction of Justice by the president William bar didn't think that the evidence reached that level and Muller himself did not make that conclusion. Even though he didn't clear the president. What does that mean for Democrats will it likely means that in the house of representatives impeachment is off the table, the chair the house intelligence committee? Adam Schiff told NPR's all things considered this yesterday. The evidence would have to be graphic and spark a bipartisan consensus that it warrants the president's removal, given the fact that the public is a congressman on willing to stand up this president in any respect it's hard to see that changing here. But Democrats did signal that they intend to continue their aggressive investigations of the president's finances. His administration and the various episodes revealed by the Muller. Port and they're going to be keeping their demand that the full unredacted version of that Muller report is released ten when I was reading the report you get to the black sections, and there's usually a little tag an explanation for why something has taken out. It's either part of an ongoing matter or it grand jury material, which is supposed to be kept secret in virtually all cases, how likely is it. The Democrats are going to be getting those blackened areas removed. Well, a small group of house members, particularly those related to a DOJ oversight are gonna be able to see a less redacted version of the Miller report. But it's hard to say when the public would be able to see if ever it's going to be a long drawn out legal fight for a fuller version of that Muller report. Okay. Let me ask about what happens in congress over the next year and a half. I know the presidential campaign is well underway. But you know, there's congress and there are problems in the country and the president in his state of the union speech, essentially gave lawmakers choice as the president sought. You're either. Have warned investigation or peace, and and legislation is there any inclination in congress to actually legislate, what Republicans are echoing the president's line. They're saying, no collusion. Nope. -struction? They think all of these investigations are baseless Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell yesterday focused on what he views as Democrats is latest line of attack. That's on attorney general Bill bar Atrush. Bill bar other issue rather laughable, shade turn their guns on him. But that that's all they're left with frankly is to go after him Democrats say that they're doing oversight on a number of important issues. The characterize that there are a lot of troubling developments in the Trump administration and in the world of Trump's finances. They say it's a fundamental part of their responsibilities as a check on the executive branch, and they won't be stopping their investigations. Now, just because the mall report in that investigation is over Tim. Thanks so much. Thanks a lot. Okay. Those were key things you need to know. From the redacted Muller report. But of course, there is much more that we learned in those four hundred pages if you scroll back through your up, I feed you're gonna find that the NPR politics podcast published a special episode. We dropped just for you, deep diving on everything we learned.

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"faisal" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"faisal" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Journalist started being killed, or whatever this guy was not a journalist? He was a propagandist. For the Saudi state. I had some small contact with him going back to the beginning of this century. He was the one reason he was big bodies with Osama bin Laden, for example, which they don't oddly enough. They don't mention a lot on CNN is because he was the right hand man to a guy called Prince Turki, Al Faisal. And Prince Turki Al Faisal was the Saudi intelligence chief who mysteriously resigned ten days before nine eleven for reasons that have never quite been explained. Now, I had a run in with Prince Turki, Al Faisal he's back. I mentioned my books a sixteen percent of my books. If you get them at sign on the front cover of my book, America alone. It says this quote from Prince Turki, Al Faisal that goes the arrogance of Mark Stein knows no bounds prince tacky, and I didn't get on particularly. He's a deeply. Sinister man how sinister he was at Georgetown with Bill Clinton. So he's got to be sinister Prince Turki says the arrogance amok sign knows no bounds with one stroke of his imperialist pen. He would white my country off the face of the earth, and he's right prince tacky if I could with one stroke of my imperialist pen wipe Saudi Arabia of the face of the earth. I would do it because the creation of Saudi Arabia is as big a geopolitical mistake as anybody ever entertained in the entire twentieth century their biggest export is not oil. It's ideology. All the oil. Does is give them enough cash. Make them.

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The Brexit Special Edition

Slate Money

04:04 min | 2 years ago

The Brexit Special Edition

"But if you think about if you look at the European on it right now, what is happening in so many countries with fears of nationalism and larger parties losing share to tiny, especially kind of far right far left parties. It seems like the people who are really controlling power are going to really not want to have this just massive debacle with the UK. Well, maybe they will maybe they would maybe it would show this payroll to. I mean, you can play the either way I would say I knew I knew what you're saying. It's a very fair augument, especially head of the European elections which happen in may on the other hand, if you'll president macro satin Elise say doing fairly controversial and unpopular Thatcherite policies for which economic benefits will be seen for five years. What better way than it slow spots of economic nationalism that you didn't want yourself, repatriating factories and the Bank the Bank being sense to Paris. They've got European banking agency already. They you know, it is in the interests of some in the French, for example, governments having seen that best graduates from Paris just leave and come to London to just in their view. Let the United Kingdom giving kings from ripe does not me. The United Kingdom. Even if it wanted to couldn't sort of coal in the emergency Holt to the whole thing and say, look, no one wants a hod wrecks at no one wants no deal. If we haven't got a deal together. Can we just stay in pus much when the nine until we manage to couple something together is that even possible? Well, I would look very carefully can happen. The channel tunnel and the twenty and going back to some of the questions about the it was the m twenty m twenty motorway that goes to the channel tunnel. So this is fundamental trailing to Europe and already government is spending money tuning a thirty mile stretch of that tem twenty and going to all the channel tunnel into a lorry park. They are hardening the hall shoulder. So that will carry the weight of part five thousand punked lorries, and that's on one stretch of that motoway. There's another stretch of my. Choice. Also being turned in is being given the technology ten into a cop and an F hield too. So. Understand the point you're making Faisal the Brits already like hob parent goes for like, you know, thousands and thousands of trucks to be lined up. You know, trying to get in and out of the country. Mainly outs rather. Mainly that there's checks I talked about on the front side of the border to apply from from March. So that there's investments are already being applied. And. If you get that moment if on the first of people trying to avoid it. But I my sense as is that there are some not necessarily the leaders of these countries who could do with a few pictures of that being the symbol of Brexit. And they will try to blame that on the United Kingdom. It doesn't seem like perhaps the United Kingdom even. Yes, they're obviously like in you guys far more than I do in terms of the differences. But it seems like the conservatives who definitely don't want there to be you know, anything that Purnell confidence vote to trigger new elections. So then you could get Corbin and power. And then you have those in remain who certainly aren't going to want to know deal Brexit. It just seems like you would actually perhaps have incentives to at some point get something done. So you're not just gonna fall out of the talking about incentives. Is the incentive the incentives firing the not working, they're working in different directions. These days and the incentives of the conservative party all stretched in different directions, some people won't appeal clean Brexit. So the first thing they can do is go to the White House and try and sign a US trade deal. They want to sign that we want to join the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

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"faisal" Discussed on WREK

WREK

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"faisal" Discussed on WREK

"April twenty second mark the grand opening the first palestinian museum in the us tucked into a modern office building along a suburban road not far from downtown new haven connecticut the palestine museum us is the creation of a palestinian american businessman and entrepreneur faisal sailor members of faisal's large and prosperous family were among the hundreds of thousands of palestinians forced out of their homes when the state of israel was declared on may fourteenth nineteen forty eight each year palestinians commemorate may fifteenth as the knock bah arabic for catastrophe the exhibits at the museum paintings photos crafts and historical items fill several rooms in hallways of a building that sailor owns on display are works by palestinian artists living in the middle east as well as those scattered and the global diaspora between the lines melinda to who's visited the museum and spoke with sailor about what motivated him to pursue the museum project how he succeeded and the response it has generated thus far really thinking about what's going on in the us and around the world there's really a vacuum of palestinian media and particularly when it comes to art and culture is real and it's friends have many many museums everywhere many cities in the us and the palestinians did not have a single museum in all of north america and south america so that that vacuum really is crying out for for some some presence and that's really why i wanted to to take this initiative how did you get the different items the different artists who are exhibited here well i began the process of researching the palestinian artists mainly through facebook and i began making contacts with these artists and initially it was was difficult to get an artist to agree to exhibit at the museum and send us their artwork kind of sight unseen however after a while once we got a couple of dame's under our belt particularly there's an artist palestinian artists who was very famous who lives in the us in new york that's your holiday i made contact with her and she came out here and had a lot of questions for me.

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"faisal" Discussed on WREK

WREK

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"faisal" Discussed on WREK

"April twenty second mark the grand opening the first palestinian museum in the us tucked into a modern office building along a suburban road not far from downtown new haven connecticut the palestine museum us is the creation of a palestinian american businessman and entrepreneur faisal sailor members of faisal's large and prosperous family were among the hundreds of thousands of palestinians forced out of their homes when the state of israel was declared on may fourteenth nineteen forty eight each year palestinians commemorate may fifteenth as the knock bah arabic for catastrophe the exhibits at the museum paintings photos crafts and historical items fill several rooms in hallways of a building that sailor owns on display are works by palestinian artists living in the middle east as well as those scattered and the global diaspora between the lines melinda to who's visited the museum and spoke with sailor about what motivated him to pursue the museum project how he succeeded and the response it has generated thus far really thinking about what's going on in the us and around the world there's really a vacuum of palestinian media and particularly when it comes to art and culture is real and it's friends have many many museums everywhere many cities in the us and the palestinians did not have a single museum in all of north america and south america so that that vacuum really is crying out for for some some presence and that's really why i wanted to to take this initiative how did you get the different items the different artists who are exhibited here well i began the process of researching the palestinian artists mainly through facebook and i began making contacts with these artists and initially it was was difficult to get an artist to agree to exhibit at the museum and send us their artwork kind of sight unseen however after a while once we got a couple of dame's under our belt particularly there's an artist palestinian artists who was very famous who lives in the us in new york that's your holiday i made contact with her and she came out here and had a lot of questions for me.

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"faisal" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"faisal" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Since you sat down we have been absorbing the memos that you wrote after interactions with president trump before he fired you which have just this hour been made public i want to ask you about something that is new to me in these memos which concerns a conversation you apparently had with then white house chief of staff reince priebus quote mr previous then asked me if this was a private conversation i replied that it was he then said he wanted to ask me a question and i could decide whether it was appropriate to answer he then asked do you have a faisal order on mike flynn i paused for a few seconds and then said that i would answer here but this but that this illustrated the kind of question that had to be asked and answered through established channels i said the answer redacted i then explained that the normal channel was from doj leadership to the white house counsel about such things reacted i would normally make sure the g and deputy g were aware and they would likely informed the white house counsel and he could decide whether to inform the chief of staff i explained that it was important that communications about any particular case go through that channel to protect us and to protect the white house from any accusations of improper influence what's the context there what's going on there in this moment i was in a meeting with him in the white house this is the president's then chief of staff reince priebus it was a follow up to the dinner i'd had with the president on the twenty seventh and as i understood the meeting it was from meet introduce myself get to know him to explain how we interact how the fbi interacts with the white house he seemed to want to get it right and that was what i understood the purpose to be and so this when he was asking you this when you're having this interaction with ryan priebus at that time the white house had been warned that mike flynn was perceived a potentially be compromised by a foreign power that fbi interview it happened the warning from the the acting attorney general had happened and at that time mike flynn was still in the white house sexually goes to the questions i was.

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"faisal" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"faisal" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"A faisal warrant in order to start spine on the trump campaign afterwards as we know from elba evelyn farkas talking about how when the obama administration and obama had to order it right that they share information top secret information between agencies with the hope that it leaked out and what they hope would leak out was what what was in the dossier so we already know it made it's there you don't have to sort of give a generic outline you can actually throw it specifics on this so well and we have we have documentation i mean and and the that documentation often get specific and add to it other documentation from the fis ecorse which tells us a few things and also opens up questions on other things going back to the previous administration and what they were doing that the fis accords were happy with going back to two thousand eleven so you know the the massive can of worms you know i always said i said that i always halfway suspected that the democrats and and the former president were were lying so often because what did you get all you do is you get the right saying liar liar liar right just saying it over again which makes it volleyed they call me a liar on everything maybe that's because you're lying they always call me liar.

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"faisal" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"faisal" Discussed on WTMA

"Faisal court judge is his friend is his body it's rudy rhody not your honor not the it's rudy stroke investigative matters a counterintelligence at the fbi which typically went through the foreign intelligence surveillance coin texts reflect page asking why stroke hadn't told her about us being on the court struck said he thought he had shared the information in the tax stroke mentioned a graduation party quote unquote he and contrary both recently attended he also text about the the importance of quote being circumspect and talking to him in terms of not placing him in a situation where he'd have to recuse himself so stroke is so strategic and so the lead investigator against the president of the united states he says look we gotta do this the right way we don't want to lose my buddy rudy on the pfizer court we've got to do this the right way we've got to be circumspect that is reflective about how we pursue this now as adultress girlfriend page replied that she couldn't quote imagine either one of you talk about anything in detail meaningful enough to warrant recusals unquote page added standards free crews are quite high i just don't think this poses an actual conflict and he doesn't know what you do so what she's doing is saying sweetheart go ahead and talk to them it's so high the standard for rudy to accused himself you know now stroke replies stroke the adulterer generally he does know what i do not the level or scope or area but he's super thoughtful and rigorous about ethics and conflicts really really well he sat on the court he knew who stroke wass any weights to recuse himself he waits very ethical stroke of briefly served on the special counsel team before being reassigned to the fbi human resources division he should be assigned to the bureau of prisons i don't even working for us ought to be on the other side of the bars this guy stroke of briefly served on the special counsel team before being reassigned to the fbi human resources division oversaw the bureau's interviews with flynn the you believe this stroke oversaw the bureau's interview what flynn he's out to get trump he covers up for hillary and he talks about his buddy rudy the judge is on the pfizer court that means stroke was likely one of the.

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"faisal" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"faisal" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Him straight from the studio call mark levin at eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one as we continue with professor paul can gore which had keep something in mind started by 1983 i believe the faisal court was started in 1979 thereabouts and i don't believe there are any surveillance serve actions any warrants against ted kennedy whether professor they we know of not enough buying and i mean nobody talked about this nobody reported on it nobody followed up on it and you know i it's funny you know mark we've talked about this a number of times in every time there's some sort of new applicability to what's going on in american politics and as i was just reviewing this again today before coming on your show i thought uh i it i mean this is so extraordinarily relevant to the compare the comparison today because this is all about the 1984 election nn it's also about a media campaign of all things speech because what they did this memo is an amazing thing is the only time i ever saw heads kennedy acknowledge the reaganomics was working and and this and the soviets as well and they did that they're cut there being frank in this memo saying you know reaganomics is working the economy is doing so well reagan's riding high what could stop him right what by but here's here's here's what i want it really drill down kennedy had specific ideas for how the soviet union should interfere with our election and 1984 to stop reagan what were some his ideas were also so they got to the actual dap that are suggested kevorkov gets to them to drop off and so he could step one would be for andropov to invite ted kennedy to moscow for a personal getting for a personal remaining okay and we don't know that ever happen because no one ever asked ted kennedy about it even after this memo was released in 1992 i've a decade and a half before the guy died and one of my book came out kennedy was storewide for several years but cheb rakad said that the main purpose of the meeting according to the senator would be to arm sylvia's officials with explanations regarding problems of nuclear disarmament so they would be better prepared and more convincing during appearances in.

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"faisal" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"faisal" Discussed on WGTK

"Keep something secret it has to release everything unless it can show it it shouldn't because it belongs to the public but it seems in washington the instinct is the opposite everything is classified unless his political pressure to declassify i think that's right i think one thing that we should be able to agree on take a look at this memo anyone looking at this memo concede that it was written to avoid sources and methods it's basically lee what we had already heard with the differences that there was discussions of testimony and other details but there's no disclosures of new sources it was confirming that the dossier was a critical part if not the determinative part in securing that faisal order so the question returns as to why did all these members say they i'd this would jeopardize national security we did have disagreements about what to do with the fbi we should not have disagreements about something like this when you say that there's a national security risk of a document being released and it is something of this kind that doesn't have any sources of methods are sensitive information it's a problem because that's lying to the american people that's exactly right and we actually have a member of the intel committee on in the minute i'm going to lead with that question right there so thank you for that thank you the number is triple eight nine seven one s a g eight triple eight nine one seven to four three we've been talking about the reaction on the part of the democrats and the of republicans to this socalled memo and now the democratic memo presumably will be released it further president trump agreed to do so i don't know how could justify releasing the republican one and not releasing the democratic once with gonna come out roth talk about a swedish politician and said the immigration policy of allowing in all these migrants in the middle east has created a spike in violent crime speaking of violent crime striking up a anti rape pera pants is a best seller for german women we're gonna talk about that.

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"faisal" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"faisal" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Channel viewers not knowing anything about faisal law to that extent it's working it's the new poll tries and you see that like threequarters of trump voters believed the fbi's bias toward trump i mean it's because as we were talking about it and you know the it's exactly the opposite of the truth i mean any you know what i mean sentient beings can go oh to both candidates were under fbi investigation willie heard about one of them and one was exonerated him one is obviously guilty and we're going to you know find i find that out in due time right well i mean all you have to do is look closely at the nunez memo and they're basically confessing to go and get some mixed around him buried under the confusion of law and it is you know it is time to get a costumes who uh what spicer is in the fight says amendments to article 1 section 702 is and all of these things that we we started to hear about back with uh edward snowden and uh and and now this is it's the same sort of thing happening now where except it's on the other side of the political while where they're taking that's faisal law and just using its new wants to confuse people and that's where it does it must be entire basis nunez memo relies on the idea that people are confused by what spicer says and the fis accord and how that operates sources and methods and and by the way which were all revealed i heard some people saying on twitter no sources of methods will reveal r we're still is a source and uh a source that has never been confirmed by the federal government now it's now thanks to a new nose and donald trump it has and we can count on the fact that sources for the fbi and so on we'll knock and wanted to participate and not want to cooperate with our intelligence service i mean the the freeze do with tip of the iceberg with all of sympathy icebergs keeps being said over and over again but i you think you heard malcolm mentioned bannon and cambridge analytica i mean bob i this whole story i think it has been to be so huge at the end of the.

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"faisal" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"faisal" Discussed on WGTK

"The christopher steel dossier which was paid for by the democrats and carrying the approval to surveilled carter page of the trump campaign the coated an article by michael isikoff in yahu news but that that article was all based on stuff that christopher stable told them so it was another steel dossier just under the name michael isikoff who scaled you steal confirming steel the page faisal application that as the carter page faisal application incorrectly assesses that steel did not directly provide information to yahoo news steel has admitted in british court filings that he met with yahoo news and several other outlets in september 2016 at the direction of fusion gps that's amazing so be allied in making the application the either lied the fbi even lawyered or did not know where it was talking about steel was suspended and then terminated as an fbi source for what the fbi defines is the most serious violations and on authorized disclosure to the media of his relationship with the fbi in life tober thirty 2016 that's a what's a few days before the election mother jones article by david corn so the guy was going around to the media to do everything possible to smear donald trump as an agent of the russians which incidentally new york times columnist are still whiting thought of by the way i have an answer to this the president is a lawyer here's the here is the answer it really is the answer the president tells little law is the left tells big lies that's my answer you should just know that president tells little while you know it's the heat for example he said it's the biggest tax cut in history it's not i don't know what that means i don't know if it's the biggest tax cut in history or or bragging about something else which emmys he's not accurate or the largest crowd at the inaugural on history even we have no idea if it is probably isn't i wish he didn't do it but this but you know my belief it's it's a fundamental pillar of my moral outlook their addictions of sinn when it comes to lying noone comes close to the left from ted offensive to the.

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"faisal" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"faisal" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Lot of things as president trump does out by talking about the fbi here and bob i read this faisal memo in three things jumped out of me i want to run them by you and see what you have to say about it two things i think help trump's case one thing i beg her the first one is that the faisal warren according to this memo wouldn't have been shot out without the steel dossier now that doesn't mean it wouldn't have been granted but they said that it wouldn't have been sat out the second thing is we still don't know and according to the nunez memo the fbi didn't tell the feisty court where they got the dossier so the judge may not have known that this came from the clinton campaign or is at least funded by the clinton campaign and the third thing which i think helps the case of the fbi is that the noon nunez memo confirms that the inquiry started before all of this pfizer court with the papadoc lewis thing where he was bragging about certain things to the australian diplomat in london when he was drunk laura well it's just a lot of questions there you know i was i was in the white house for fis sworn in show and i've actually appear for twice oh wow okay gene o a little bit about this show at much remember agrout steel steel has been on the payroll the fbi four years before you for donald trump i mean this guy was was paid uh has been in the fourth into the fbi for a watertight normally when you go a farcical were not releasing them with four uh it to the judges they're just not uh and they don't want to give it up for obvious reasons now the question is sure it the judge had known that uh that the steel memo at least part of it was uh paid for by the clinton campaign i don't think that would have made it visit different i think he could have gone ahead anyway uh in.

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"faisal" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"faisal" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Going to destroy his guy i'm going to load this application up with everything i've got i'm going to find every immoral act i think donald trump has committed i'm going to put it in the application i'm going to load this thing up it's not going to just be the dossier and i speculated maybe trump doesn't want any of that scene which is why he hasn't declassified well it turns out that the dossier was the essential part of the original application this is outrageous they all although it was bogus folks they all know this was bogus they knew where it originated they knew it originated in the campaign of the democrat candidate for president they knew that it was not intelligent they know that it was not sourced intel on earth by patriotic hardworking americans speiser intelligence agent they knew where this came from so they present the dossier as the essential element in the application for a faisal warrant to surveilled trump to surveilled carter page to surveilled trump tower and they renewed this faisal warrant threetimes using the dossier all of three times another bullet point andrew mccabe who has since retired from the fbi he was a deputy fbi director confirmed that no faisal warrant would have been sought from the court without this neil dossier meaning they didn't have enough of anything else they didn't have on north of and these thing together faisal warrant to survey oil and spy on the trump campaign the trump transition carter pay in trump tower you name it with out the steel dossier which has never been corroborated none of it has been confirmed none of it is true all of it britain and created by the hillary clinton campaign using fusion gps mccabe confirms that no fire so warrant would have been sought without the information in the steel duffy at this is mindboggling even though i have known this and reported it to you and therefore you normally even though we've known for i don't know how many months now that the steel dossier made up out a whole cloth manufactured on orders of hillary clinton and she paid for to now actually see it confirmed by the deputy director of the fbi that no faisal warrant would have been sought because they wouldn't have been granted without the steel dossier.

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"faisal" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"faisal" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Gop convention and is chairman of the committee to defend the press it is packed good to have you aboard sir how are you today i am great how you out doing well doing well you here which regard had to say in response to those who were saying a others this memo showing on operational bias and uh uh faisal abuses really shouldn't be released to the general public because it requires context but so often i hear folks use the term context as replacement for another intent which is to although let us let us of marginalized with this is really saying to the extent where we no longer have to take political hits for protecting people who we could all now c never deserve protection because they were essentially abusing the law to harm the innocent while under color of authority and gosh darn it we can't have that so let's say in the name of providing context we cannot let this be released just yet remedy to smarmy now it it it's outrageous that the the lap and for that matter the media is not demanding that the fbi released because we need to know the american people need to know what was going on at the highest level of our federal government national security apparatus that is is trying that tried to bring down a uh a presidential candidate and prop up i candidate who they obviously thought had violated federal law if there is nothing in this memo that deals with national security or national secrets than the memo should be relate but what do you think is the likelihood of it being released because even had people like senator graham from south carolina saying you know the ita's alike with the fbi and the doj have been caught doing either but he sort of milk toast about this he say i think it should be reviewed by a law enforcement dog council supercouncil in the left him or her make the.

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"faisal" Discussed on Self Made Man

Self Made Man

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"faisal" Discussed on Self Made Man

"It's a there's no way there's no if you live in texas he can give up k so it's just not going to have now is that like mouth the team the whole night on it like there were a significant you know i used to love cheese and then i stop eating it to go began and then one time like you know months later a year later i was like i'm just going to have a bite and it made me so sixyear body actually like when it cleans out kharine's to not deal that anymore india that no that's interesting arianna that would that would give me pause i don't know if i could continue without the occasional case orders car the calls of halt cheryl like where you live around you all the time like riley live there's like vegan shakes in my face all the time oil has rocketed austin's interesting where every every food service in meal prep service here's paleo oh really and i don't know why but it's there's meet in every single this you can find legal that's like healthy but still has neat so it's like their way being maybe i don't know it's a it's a me heavy culture right my right you have never benton said of the interesting very healthy city but but definitely on on a paleo front i political great city it's getting to be pretty awesome you know from us from notch communal standpoint it's becoming you know the silicon valley of the south essentially we have faisal facebook apple google microsoft assault by southwest is here every year and i think in my condo building downtown we probably have at least 20 or 30 entrepreneurs that live in his buildings so yes up all very very cool city so we've gotta we've got a few minutes left here now what advice would you give to those who are listening who want to start building a personal brand let's say they're very good at at a specific subject matter and they want to start a business and they're gonna they're going to start sharing their knowledge with the world what advice when you would you give them to to stand out from the crowd and to start building their audience at that a few things the camp declining yet one.

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"faisal" Discussed on WBEN

WBEN

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"faisal" Discussed on WBEN

"That now what was the point that you called about well i always wondered he'll business trump dossier was um i mean that was what would you supposedly to get the faisal warrant now if that is subsequently proven to be a fake and paid for by the clinton foundation when everything that has been found out so far by the moeller special investigation whether it was true or not most of the destroy the muslim is fake wouldn't that have to be thrown out as three of the poisoning tree this is actually in in legal terms this is a fascinating fascinating question because while we all think and we're all confident that the dossier what what we know the dossier was bought and paid for by clinton and we know that it was disseminated by my my clinton associates and we know that was turned over the fbi may sought but proving that he that was the only thing they used would be would me tough but there have been people there people have written about this i have a pined that if as you describe it this will all of this that happened is totally illegitimate hits all based on something that did not happen that isn't this is not legitimate intelligence we have been hoechst drew gets to thirty from the wbz newsroom i'm tom puckett here's what's happening protesters gathering of the shoreline apartments to protest the eviction of the buildings final resident protesters say the company that took it over a few years back have neglected it appears.

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"faisal" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"faisal" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Day on the calendar wednesday passed are going to spend the next two years after maybe a month or two or three or four of smiling as they sharpening their knives they're going to spend the rest of the two year period doing everything they can the creates scandal a great controversy in provocation anybody who serves in this myth administration's going to be fair game these leftists use the same tactics as the marxists you see them in the streets now you think these don't even here's like soros you're just going to go away there are already plotting throwing meeting in their little hotel rooms i already doing the things that leftists radical coach do you think they believe in that system they only believing that system if they win they don't accept defeat ever and schumer's the worst of the bunch and they have plotting right now mark my words say applauding right now trying to figure out ways to bring down this administration even before the week is over and so is obama now that was then and this is now that was november three months later slightly less than three months later i continue to read the news reports i continue to see another pattern another pattern based on public news reports that it was likely that the obama administration had used faisal the survey also candidate trump's team perhaps the trump transition team wasn't certain but there were a little reports popping out here and there about faisal warns tim faisal wants what the how could they get a face award for domestric surveillance i told you that politicisation of our intelligence agencies based on what the obama administration did in terms of the release of information the distribution of information the unmasking of information domestic political surveillance like we have never seen for wichai came under brutal attack virtually every liberal news platform an outlet in america the associated press cnn abc cbs nbc msnbc you name it and all i did has put together what they had been reporting of the new york times the new york times and a headline that use the word wiretap i didn't invent it and they pulled back quickly changed their headline they dismissed it as rightwing conspiracy surprising call me racist or something.

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"faisal" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"faisal" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Why would the director of national intelligence who says i would know if there was an fbi faisal warrant because that remembered that's the key he would go yeah sure and and he said i i would know if there was a fbi fis award i would know now begs this question why did he go on last night why did he go on what on limit no that is a really great rational because if he knows if he knows that that was going to be the line of questioning and he would and the march interview from meet the press was going to be brought up why would you appear with don lemon and less what you're trying to let everybody know is whatever happened here you didn't know about it i wasn't a part of it i wasn't a part of okay now we've opened another door odd what a what other re of which is which is to build or try and build i guess plausible deniability here for hit for himself or or or yes plausible deniability or was he sending the message that you have to ask this question is why would that's that is the only question tonight i mean i expect the tomorrow that's the only thing that anybody should be talking about is clapper's stating he stated back then on meet the press i'm the person that would know if there if there was a if there was the fbi went to the fis of court to get a warrant of fis a warrant in order to get the surveillance from our intelligence agencies of course i know now the cnn's story came out other stories are back ended up that there was the fis award on him and the guy was supposed to know say i don't know anything about it so what what's the next thing that i don't know how you would get a five award without clapper not knowing about it so let's say hypothetically that is a possibility since we don't know how since none of us really know how faisal warns go by none of us really know how this you know how the system goes in how what the infrastructure is so let's say the possibility is he didn't know why did he know who is.

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