35 Burst results for "February"

Raid on Trump's Mar-A-Lago Estate Questioned by Some Legal Scholars

The Officer Tatum Show

01:18 min | 1 d ago

Raid on Trump's Mar-A-Lago Estate Questioned by Some Legal Scholars

"In the national archive and records administration said that Trump took 15 boxes of presidential records to his personal residence in Florida, those boxes allegedly contained classified national security information and official correspondence between Trump and foreign heads of state. The notified Congress in February that the agency recovered the 15 boxes from Mar-a-Lago and identified items marked as classified national security information within the boxes. And they say it goes on to say the national archive and records administration described itself as the nation's record keeper. Now, for some reason I believe that they think that Donald Trump has more information still at his personal residence. Is that true? Could they be planning information on Donald Trump? I don't know. Nobody knows. They clearly got a warrant. Now we know for a fact, all you got to do is look at when Donald Trump was running for office and the Steele dossier and all these other stuff that they were doing they had authorization which we've now found is illegal authorization unjustified unconstitutional authorization to spy on American citizens.

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J6 Parent Rosemary Westbury Details How the FBI Paid Her a Visit

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:55 min | 3 d ago

J6 Parent Rosemary Westbury Details How the FBI Paid Her a Visit

"I'm very pleased to welcome today rosemary westbury. Now her family has been turned upside down by all this, and I'd like you to hear from her, her firsthand account, rosemary, thank you for joining me. I really appreciate it. I'm really sorry to hear what's happened to your family as a consequence of our own government. And I want you to describe the events in the aftermath. Let's not start with January 6th. We'll get to that. I want you to start with the first time the U.S. government in the form of the FBI came visiting your house. Well, dinesh the first time, actually, that they came was in February of 2021. And they came specifically asking for my son, Jonah. There were 5 of us that had gone to January 6th, and my son, Jonah, was, you know, we'd never been to Washington, D.C.. So he was posting pretty much all day on his SnapChat. The events of the day he was excited to see president Trump. And so one of his classmates had actually turned him into the FBI. He was former classmates. And so when he, when we had that first interaction, of course, my son contacted an attorney, so we got an attorney. And a local attorney. And they reached out to the FBI. The FBI went silent, really, truly what we call radio silence. And so my son rents an apartment in my home with a separate entrance. And the FBI knew that because they came to my house.

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Ship carrying grain from Ukraine arrives in Istanbul

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 d ago

Ship carrying grain from Ukraine arrives in Istanbul

"The captain of the first grain ship to arrive out of Ukraine under an international agreement spoke to reporters at the dock in turkey Ahmet Eugene Ali Baylor is the man at the helm of the polar net of Turkish flagship that em loaded cargo at the Ukrainian port of chana Moors before the Russian invasion in February He says this sad incident happened war broke out in the port was under blockade by the Ukrainian military They were finally able to leave on Friday forming a convoy with two other ships in a harbor guide near Odessa then followed a predetermined 17 leg route through dangerous corridors that had been cleared and deemed The latitudes longitudes and positions were provided by the joint coordination center They arrived at the Turkish port of Dorinda today with the 12,000 ton load of grain The first of a dozen ships authorized to sail under the deal between Ukraine and Russia brokered by turkey and the United Nations I'm Jennifer King

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Men face sentencing for hate crimes in Ahmaud Arbery's death

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 d ago

Men face sentencing for hate crimes in Ahmaud Arbery's death

"Three white men who chased and killed a black man running in a Georgia neighborhood are scheduled to appear in federal court today to be sentenced for hate crimes The three men already have been sentenced by the state of Georgia to life sentences for the February 2020 shooting of 25 year old ahmaud Arbery The first to appear for a sentencing hearing today is Travis mcmichael who blasted Arbery with a shotgun after mcmichael his father and a neighbor chased Arbery down The three men faced possible federal life sentences after a jury convicted them in February of violating Arbery civil rights and targeting him because of his race the father and son have asked the judge to send them to a federal present saying they won't be safe in the Georgia prison system I'm Donna warder

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Employers added a whopping 528,000 jobs last month. So why does the economy still feel off?

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 5 d ago

Employers added a whopping 528,000 jobs last month. So why does the economy still feel off?

"American employers added a stunning number of jobs last month despite raging inflation and recession fears 528,000 jobs Here at The White House President Biden is celebrating and many economists are surprised after employers added more than double the jobs predicted It was the best hiring month since February The economy has now recovered all 22 million jobs lost in the pandemic's early days and the unemployment rate is down to three and a half percent matching a more than 50 year low For now Wells Fargo senior economist Sarah House says one debate is over The recession clocks hasn't started taking yet The economy did contract in two straight quarters a common but informal definition of a recession Some economists say what the Federal Reserve likely to keep boosting interest rates in a bid to ease inflation a recession may be coming At

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IAEA: Ukraine nuke plant out of control, visit urged

AP News Radio

01:00 min | Last week

IAEA: Ukraine nuke plant out of control, visit urged

"The UN's nuclear chief warns that Europe's largest nuclear power plant in Ukraine is in very poor condition In an interview with The Associated Press the international atomic energy agencies Rafael grossi calls through Russia and Ukraine to quickly allow experts to visit the sprawling complex at zaporizhia to stabilize the situation and avoid a nuclear accident is completely out of control There are some contexts They are faulty They are patchy They are not what you would expect and need to have Because he says the physical integrity of the plant hasn't been respected citing shelling at the beginning of the war when it was taken over by Russia on February 24 and he's critical of the continuing information from Ukraine and Russia accusing each other of attacks at the plant I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Suspect in shooting of Lady Gaga's dog walker recaptured

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last week

Suspect in shooting of Lady Gaga's dog walker recaptured

"A man suspected of shooting Lady Gaga's dog walker is back in custody again The Los Angeles County sheriff's office says the man held in suspicion of the dognapping shooting case has now been arrested again the capture of James Howard Jackson aged 19 comes nearly 5 months after a clerical error put him back on the streets Jackson is one of 5 people arrested in the Internet last February in which Lady Gaga's pricey French bulldogs were taken from her dog walker and the walker was shot he survived but lost part of his lung Meanwhile one of the men charged in the case has pleaded no contest to

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Kash Patel Discusses the Potential of Criminal Charges Against Trump

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:32 min | Last week

Kash Patel Discusses the Potential of Criminal Charges Against Trump

"I saw the headline, they're going to try to indict Trump from DoJ or investigating it. We did a little show on it. That's it. So I'm going to kind of be learning alongside the audience. So just forgive my ignorance on some of this stuff, but we've been on a lot of other stories. So we have a piece of tape here. This is, okay, tell us who Chris Miller is. Chris Miller was the acting Secretary of Defense at the end of the Trump administration when I was chief of staff. So he was the civilian in charge of the entire Department of Defense. Got it. So this is a minute and 17 second clip. It's Chris Miller. Testifying in front of the January 6th committee. This is the full tape, we're going to play this and then tell us the significance of it because at the surface it looked like this made Trump look really bad. Play cut 26. So what do we clear here that since then, in February 2021, Mark Meadows said on Fox News Fox News that quote, even in January, that was a given as many as 10,000 National Guard troops were told to be on the ready by the Secretary of Defense. Is there any accuracy to that statement? Not from my perspective, but I was never given any directional order or duo of any plans of that nature. So I was surprised by seeing that publicly. But I don't know the context or where it was. No, we obviously have plans for activating more of both. But that was not anything more than contingency planning. There was no official message traffic or anything of that nature. It just so we're clear you did not have 10,000 troops to be on the ready for January 6th. Prior to January 6th. A non military person probably could have some sort of weird interpretation but no, to answer your question. That was not part of my plan or the Department of Defense at this point. This sounds bad for Trump. Why am I wrong? So because a, it's a snippet, but I'll take it in reverse, right? He's right. We couldn't have legally had 10,000 troops on the ready. National guardsmen and women are everyday citizens, cops, doctors, teachers, homeschool nurses, whatever you. We have to pull them out of their everyday lives and bring them in. That's the only way to use domestic military law enforcement assistance. Not the everyday military. And what Chris said is a 1000% accurate. We didn't have on the ready because we had no request from Bowser and Pelosi to do so.

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US rules out summer COVID boosters to focus on fall campaign

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last week

US rules out summer COVID boosters to focus on fall campaign

"Federal health regulators have ruled out summer COVID boosters and are focusing on a fall campaign I Norman hall federal regulators are no longer considering authorizing a second COVID-19 booster shot for all adults under 50 this summer The focus has been shifted to revamped vaccines for the fall The Food and Drug Administration says Pfizer and Moderna expect to have updated versions of their shots available as early as September That would set the stage for a fall booster campaign to strengthen protection against the latest versions of omicron two sub variants BA four and BA 5 are even more contagious than their predecessors They push new daily cases above 125,000 and hospitalizations to 6300 Those are the highest levels since February though devs have remained low at about 360 per day Norman hall Washington

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Allison Gill Doesn't Trust DHS Inspector General Joseph Cuffari

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:53 min | Last week

Allison Gill Doesn't Trust DHS Inspector General Joseph Cuffari

"You were tweeted, Frank will see our other shared superhero who said metadata shows ten of the 24 Secret Service personnel did have a text around January 6th that were not retained and you said the DH SOI G, the one who waited months to go to Congress triggering two whistleblowers has now halted the probe that was getting the metadata. So talk to us about because Malcolm X was just on last week, he said they're going to get those texts, but you know, I think Glen kirshner this morning, not so sure, because this is the group that knows how to do that. It's always presumably they would also know how to make them disappear. What do you think? Well, they clearly did. And I mean, they have to do a lot of work to make these disappear. And they did that. It seems like they did that work. I don't trust this. This Cuba. He's a Trump appointee. He is the one who quashed the investigation into the Secret Service attacks with rubber bullets and tear gas at Lafayette square in the wake of the George Floyd murder. I don't like him and it seemed like the Secret Service was getting somewhere with that metadata. And those ten individuals and 24, the original 24 whom include people like ornato and angle. And then he comes in this OIG who sat on this information since February and didn't tell Congress comes in and tells the Secret Service to stop their investigation because he's doing a criminal probe. And I've been asking one thing I don't know and one thing I want to find out is when the office of inspector general does a criminal investigation, they're probably some oversight from the Department of Justice because the OIG can't charge anyone. Right. And so I want to know sort of what that process is. Does declaring a criminal investigation by an office of inspector general bring in the Department of Justice for some oversight because I would really like to see that

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The Taliban Is Asking President Biden for Its Money

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:21 min | Last week

The Taliban Is Asking President Biden for Its Money

"Signed an executive order in February saying that 3.5 billion could be of that money could be sent to Afghanistan in humanitarian aid. The problem is, is they wanted to set up a condition in which there would be a third party trust that would develop the plans for how this administration would get these funds to Afghanistan, how they would be spent. And this is the Taliban, of course, is saying, look, we don't want a third party. We don't mind the trust necessarily, but we don't want a third party country having to oversee what we're doing. They're in control in Afghanistan and unless we want a militarily remove them, which there is absolutely no appetite for here in the United States. Then you're dealing with a country, whether we want to or not that we in many ways helped retain or get back into power, is now saying, look, you know, this is money that we feel is rightfully ours. You should get it to us. And unless the United States is willing to just say, no, we're going to keep it. And then risk even further the humanitarian crisis that will develop in Afghanistan that will spread out possibly outside the borders of Afghanistan, then there has been this discussion on how do we give this money back, but it be spent on the people and not put into the pockets of the warlords and the government and the people who are not going to help be with anybody and help any of the assistance it needs to be done.

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Russia's Lavrov says he will discuss US prisoner swap offer

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Russia's Lavrov says he will discuss US prisoner swap offer

"Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov has confirmed an upcoming phone conversation with Secretary of State Antony Blinken Lavrov tells the media the call will be about the exchange of prisoners exchange of persons he says being in custody in Russia It is thought the two will likely discuss the potential prisoner exchange to bring home basketball star Brittany griner who's been detained in Moscow since February Lavrov added the foreign ministry does not handle such issues but then I will listen to what he blinken has to say I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Remembering Rick Santelli's Rant in 2009

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:18 min | 2 weeks ago

Remembering Rick Santelli's Rant in 2009

"Here was Rick santelli on the floor of the stock exchange back in February of 2009 of a tirade that went viral and many believe was the foundation for the Tea Party movement. You know, the government is promoting bad behavior because we certainly don't want to put stimulus for it and give people a whopping 8 or $10 in their check and think that they ought to save it and in terms of modifications, I'll tell you what I have an idea. The new administration's big on computers and technology. How about this president and new administration? Why don't you put up a website to have people vote on the Internet as a referendum to see if we really want to subsidize the losers mortgages or would we like to at least buy cars and buy houses in foreclosure and give them to people that might have a chance to actually prosper down the road and reward people that could carry the water instead of drink the water? It's a novel idea. Hey Rick, can you? They're like funny. And then they all started cheering him from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. They're all giving him cheering and went viral, and many said, that's the American spirit.

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The Latest in Sports

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

The Latest in Sports

"AP sports I'm Josh rowntree in baseball the mets completed a subway series sweep with a three two walk off win over the Yankees starling Marte the hero delivering the winning base hit in the 9th Elsewhere the Phillies got a big 5th inning to take a series win over the braves Alec bohm with a pair of RBIs in the win The surging athletics swept the first place ASTRO Stephen biscotti homered for Oakland The brewers beat Minnesota ten four behind a pair of homers for rowdy to Les as Milwaukee has won 5 of 6 out of the all star break In the NBA the Philadelphia 76ers and James Harden have agreed on a new multiyear contract harden signed a deal for the next two years worth over $68 million And the Biden administration has offered a deal to Russia aimed at bringing home WNBA star Brittany griner as well as another jailed American Paul Whelan Griner has been detained since mid February after police said they found vape cartridges containing cannabis oil in her luggage She has pleaded guilty to the charges I'm Josh Brown tree AP sports

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Ex-cops Kueng, Thao sentenced for violating Floyd’s rights

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

Ex-cops Kueng, Thao sentenced for violating Floyd’s rights

"Two more former Minneapolis police officers have been sentenced in the George Floyd federal trial I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest A federal judge has sentenced two former Minneapolis police officers who were convicted of violating George Floyd's civil rights to lighter terms than recommended in sentencing guidelines calling one truly a rookie officer and describing the other as a good police officer father and husband J Alexander Kang was sentenced to three years and two tau received a three and a half year sentence They were convicted in February of two counts of violating George Floyd's civil rights the jury found they deprived the 46 year old man of medical care and failed to stop officer Derek Chauvin as he knelt on Floyd's neck for 9 and a half minutes Chauvin and another former officer Thomas lane had already been sentenced on federal charges I'm Lisa dwyer

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 Risks, mined waters slow rush to extract grains from Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 weeks ago

Risks, mined waters slow rush to extract grains from Ukraine

"Risks such as mind waters are slowing moves to extract grains from Ukraine Shipping companies are not rushing to export millions of tons of trapped grain out of Ukraine despite a breakthrough deal to provide safe corridors through the Black Sea That's because explosive mines are still drifting in the waters Ship owners are assessing the risks and many still have questions over how the deal will unfold The goal is within three months to get some 20 million tons of grain out of three Ukrainian seaports blocked by Russia's February 24 invasion that

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Dan Horowitz: Certain Viruses Dislike Blood Based Antibodies

The Dan Bongino Show

01:51 min | 2 weeks ago

Dan Horowitz: Certain Viruses Dislike Blood Based Antibodies

"Well what was it that made this one so I think uniquely ineffective You know I'm going to try to answer it Without speculating about motivations because I do wonder if there were other reasons for this I don't think it's just mRNA because we're seeing it with all the adenovirus vector vaccines as well J&J and AstraZeneca slightly different problems but a lot of overlap A good deal of it is Dan made me an effective vaccine for a respiratory virus bacteria and not a non respiratory virus Respiratory viruses and I've learned this just from the doctors I've had on my podcast do well with blood based antibodies and they are prone to misfiring RSV is a very problematic virus for babies They've been trying to get a vaccine for that since the 60s They had to pull it from the market then and they've never really developed one since then They tried for 20 years 18 years since stars won And they failed and it caused a lot of inflammation It didn't work and mutates a lot This was known I mean I didn't know it at the time but in retrospect you look this was all there That's the knowledge do this And Dan I hate to say it but they knew this during the trial They knew this during the trial I've had people injured by it in the trial on my show and they never recorded their injuries They never conversed with them This is pretty devastating We know from the documents that Pfizer knew no later than February 2021 that there were 1400 deaths and over 1400 categories of maladies and injuries and they did not disclose it

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How Is Putin Feeling Right Now? Rebekah Koffler Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:10 min | 2 weeks ago

How Is Putin Feeling Right Now? Rebekah Koffler Explains

"Let's do a little bit of red teaming the CIA's famous for during the Cold War writing the psychological profiles of the enemy like a khrushchev or Saddam Hussein. How is Putin thinking right now? So we've had a war since February is he confident? Is he feeling strong? The latest report from the UK is that 50,000 Russian soldiers have been killed already in Ukraine. So if you were back at DIA, if you were consulting for the administration, riding the psychological profile of where is Vladimir Putin today, what kind of words would you use? Putting his feelings strong. Yes, he has already chopped off about 20%, one 5th of Ukraine, very strategic areas. The so called the Donetsk and Lorentz people's republics. This is where the industrial heartland is of Ukraine, all of the coal mines, the deposit of very high quality coal, minerals, he is also blockading right now the grains, the exports that Ukraine, traditionally, is famous for and which allow Ukraine to feed basically their own people. While they can't get them out, and all those talks, the trilateral talks of the authoritarian trio, Erdoğan, raisi and Putin, the threesome, the bromance, threesome that's going on right now, in terms of the exporting and releasing Ukraine's grains now, I'm not very optimistic. This is all a charade each of them have the wrong agendas and those agendas do not include Ukraine and releasing the hunger. They alleviating rather the hunger. Yeah, to have Erdoğan of turkey and Putin integrand together that is not a not a safe combination.

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"february" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

06:25 min | 5 months ago

"february" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"To mobilize thousands of people. And other plans this weekend already for people in London. I think we're going to announce Raleigh ongoing. We don't know when it's going to finish probably. It's going to be every single day. That was Monica's page Reynolds outside Downing Street listening to that with James chambers, Monaco's Hong Kong bureau, chief Fiona Wilson, our Tokyo bureau chief and michaelson a journalist based in Istanbul. If we go to you first, were there any similar protests yesterday in Japan? Well, actually, you know, in Japan, there have been very quick condemnations of Russia, the government was very quick to say it was totally unacceptable. And we had a press conference from the prime minister this morning. And he has announced some sanctions. He's been acting pretty quickly. He said he's working with his G 7 partners with his European allies with the United States. So it's a series of sanctions, export controls on high-tech products like semiconductors, freeze on assets held by Russian financial institutions and some visas will be suspended. And you know, we'll see where it goes from there. But they've acted pretty quickly. And I mean, as we've talked about this before, but kishida and Japan has a certain sort of point of view here, which it feels very strongly. It has to say we can't allow the change of a status quo by force. And what they're really referring to is Taiwan, which is on Japan's doorstep. They don't want to send China the message that it's okay for this to happen. There is that fear, isn't there? I mean, how much has that been discussed where you are? Oh, I mean, it's discussed all the time here. I mean, this thing about keeping to international rules of order has been discussed for many years, diplomatically in East Asia. And I think also Japan has another slightly complicated diplomatic situation with Russia in that it's still negotiating a peace treaty after the Second World War if you can believe it. There are disputed islands of the north of Japan, which was seized at the end of the war by the Soviet Union and that dispute has not been sorted. And I think when you saw the annexation of Crimea in 2014, at that point Shinzo Abe was a little bit hesitant to come down too hard on Russia. He felt it would maybe affect negotiations in Japan's territories, these northern territories as they call them kishida doesn't seem to have had that hesitation. He's come straight out with a condemnation. James chambers in Hong Kong. What's been the reaction where you are? Because the ambiguity of China's response has been very noted. If you're reading the Chinese state's own media, you might be mistaken for thinking the U.S. is attacking Ukraine right now because they've been very quick to condemn Washington for adding fuel to the Ukraine crisis and they've called the U.S. the culprit in all of this. And they are very much kind of parroting what's coming out of Moscow. The headline in China daily, one of the state owned newspapers today is Putin aims to demilitarize Ukraine and they're going out of their way to avoid using the word invasion. It's all the talk is about a Ukraine situation or the Ukraine tensions or the Ukraine issue. I guess China is trying to have it trying to have its cake and eat it. It has always stood for sovereignty and territorial integrity. But at the same time, it's refusing to come out and condemn Russia for invading Ukraine. So it is trying to find this kind of awkward middle line or balance between those two. And it's not doing a very good job of it. And in Hong Kong, what is the discussion because you're in this very, very strange and unusual position where the nature of Hong Kong and its ability to assess world affairs has been massively compromised in the last couple of years with the crackdown on freedom of speech. It's true, but we're still able to get the news in Hong Kong. The Hong Kong media and Hong Kong newspapers are all reporting this in a similar way to how it's being covered in the west. There's a very clear distinction between what people are seeing in China, Mainland China, and what people are seeing here in Hong Kong. It's still separate systems, even although that's coming closer and closer. By the day, but I would say that people in Hong Kong are still seeing the facts that you guys are seeing as well. And financial markets in Hong Kong as well. I mean, how are they being affected? The stock market plunged what 3% yesterday at the news of the announcement of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. How much does that shake Hong Kong? Well, I mean the market's been very topsy turvy this year. And a lot of it is down to the oil and energy situation. So that has stock markets all around the world. Even though in one of those funny old effects, it's the oil prices are now going up, which will play into Russian hands. But one of the key one of the key things in all of this will be the relationship between China and Russia because China is a key market for Russian oil and gas. So if the EU are going to try and lessen the dependence on gas from Russia, China is going to be one of those customers who is going to buy more and more of it. But one of the interesting dynamics and one of the industry relationships that perhaps people haven't talked about yet is that China at the end of the day is acting in its own interests. And it's not here to support Putin. It's going to get a good deal from Russia and it's going to make sure that it buys all of these resources at a bargain prices. So I imagine president Xi Jinping has got a good deal on the new pipeline that's going to be coming into China. It's got a good deal on all the wheat that Russia wants to export. And Putin will have to figure out once he's.

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"february" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

05:27 min | 6 months ago

"february" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Germany, however, still refuses to provide Ukraine with anything else than 5000 helmets, so we still have to see whether the western some Western countries say things as clearly as they are. But fortunately, there are also others in the west who see the things as they are who do not underestimate this threat coming from the Putin's regime at this countries are obviously the UK, the U.S., but also the Baltic states, and it's important that today the president of Estonia, a tiny country, but a very resilient encourages countries and cave at the moment when many Western countries Western Europe and the U.S. but also Australia are evacuating their citizens and are moving their embassies even outside of the Ukrainian territory now from lviv in the western Ukraine also to the territory of Poland and Romania, which I think is an absolute exaggeration. Stephen Estonia, for example, has been very vocal in saying that the west should be stricter when it comes to beauty and Moscow do think west has been too soft earlier and that we've been naive. Oh, undoubtedly. I mean, undoubtedly, we go back to 2006, the murder of litvinenko on the streets of London, Alexander litvinenko. The British government not wanting to upset the Russians was so wishy washy about it. They didn't really do anything about it until 2014. After the seizure of Crimea and the invasion of eastern Ukraine, which was too late, this is exactly what Lenin had in mind with his push the bayonet in and the Russians have been pushing the bayonet certainly since 2006. The seizure of Crimea, the invasion of eastern Ukraine, the poisoning of the skripals, again, British subjects on the streets of Britain. And it's taken an awful lot for west not just Britain, but other Western countries really to take this seriously and realize that when you're dealing with Vladimir Putin, you are not dealing with a politician. You are not dealing with a logical person who thinks the way western leaders think. Look at his speech last night. He doesn't even believe Ukraine should exist. That should be a big, big, there should be loud warning bells signing sounding in the west. What is the end goal for Putin and Russia and Willis end in Ukraine? I don't think there is an end goal. I think he'll keep pushing again. I use the bayonet analogy if he keeps coming across soft targets. He'll keep pushing. He would love to reform some sort of Soviet Union, at least with Ukraine and Belarus. Belarus, you could say he's got halfway there because Lukashenko is in his pocket anyway. But I can understand perfectly why the Baltic states are worried. And I wouldn't put it beyond him. Now with all the troops around Ukraine, everyone talking about Ukraine. I've said many times before Putin's favorite board game is goal. It's not chess. It's goal. And in goal, you can play, you can be playing in one part of the board and suddenly switch to a completely different part of the board. And if I were in the Baltic states, I would be very, very I'm sure they are very, very wary of this, that in fact some sort of provocation could still come there while we're all looking at Ukraine. Chris, what do you expect from the international community water will the next steps be? Well, one of the interesting points I think about this until this moment was that with everything that Vladimir Putin had been doing up to this moment, it was still purportedly on Russian soil. It was military involvement on Russian soil and in Belarus for that matter, but with the acceptance of the Belarusian government. This has now changed with this latest incursion, and so the question now is with the violation specifically of Ukraine's territorial sovereignty, will the west go full scale in its sanctions in everything that it has prepared or will it leave something to be to be open, if you will, depending on whether Vladimir Putin goes any further than he has now in recognizing these self declared republics. I think that is going to be the key question we're going to be hearing from the U.S. from the European Union today as well, is this, so to speak, the full violation, the moment where the west takes its stand and launches everything it has at the very least in terms of economic financial sanctions, or is it still going to tolerate to some degree, you know, what Vladimir Putin is doing if you will and saying, okay, you stop here, but here's a rash of sanctions. We will announce more if you go further. I think that's a key question to see where different countries are going to come down on that. Stephen. I think we've had a key signal that he's not going to stop here. And that was at yesterday's meeting of the Russian Security Council, which was televised. And a lot of people picked up on a part way. So again, who's head of the Russian secret services was behaving or was being treated like by Putin, like a naughty schoolboy because he wasn't getting his script right. And what he actually came out and said first is that, yes, I accept that these republics will become part of the Russian Federation and put him at to say, no, no, we're not talking about that. He said, no, I accept that we will acknowledge their independence. I think it's all in the script and what boot him is saying was no, no, you're reading ahead. You're getting ahead of yourself in the script. In other words, there is already a script that says that next they're going to be taken into the Russian Federation. Next, next next, this is by no means the last step. And I think we had a signal to that yesterday. Steven Diaz Stuart and all got a ryuk in Kyiv, thank you so much for joining us today. And we will be following the crisis throughout the day here on Monaco 24. It's 1226 year in London.

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"february" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

05:57 min | 6 months ago

"february" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Now campaigning begins this week of ahead of presidential elections in South Korea. At the stroke of midnight on Tuesday, the ruling Democratic Party's Lee J Myung began his campaign with a visit to a shipping control tower in the southeast port of port city of Busan, or to tell us more on what his rivals are up to, I'm joined from Seoul by James fretwell and analyst at NK news hello, James. Hello. So we have, what are the biggest issues that we are dealing with in the South Korean South Korean elections? That's an interesting question. I think there are some issues, but frankly, they're buried underneath a lot of scandals, the two main candidates. We have EJ mmm, who of the ruling Democratic Party is the former governor of gyongyi province, and we also have user yard of the main opposition conservative people power party. They both come from very different backgrounds, Lee, his childhood poverty forced him to work at a factory and an accident shattered his arm, he kind of works his way up to become a lawyer through night school, June Zoe is famous for being the chief prosecutor actually under the ruling Democratic Party, Moon Jae-in administration. He helped perch former conservative president pukin here helps in her downfall she was impeached and imprisoned recently released. But came into conflict with the ruling party over an investigation of the then justice minister related to related to. So he came to prominence for being very anti corruption against both the ruling and the Conservative Party, but as I said, there are a lot of scandals that both candidates and mired in EJ Myung is. Been involved in a land development scandal. A small group of private investors profited from a publicly funded projects while Lee was mayor of songman city and recently there have been a couple of deaths actually of key people links to allegations on the project. So that sparks a lot of suspicion. And then Newton's wife has been implicated in forging some of her CV when applying for jobs in the past. So that's not great for a candidate that likes to present himself as anti corruption. And then you also have some has been accused of some bizarre things allegations to have ties to an anal acupuncturist and also he was spotted in a television debate with the Chinese character for king written on his palm, which drew criticism of links to shamanism and this could be potentially quite damaging because the former president pakman here who I mentioned earlier her former confidant twist sheer was also accused of having ties to shamanism. So it's not a great look for you. No, it's not a great look, and when you start talking about things like dare I said anal acupuncturists and showmans, you begin to wonder at what point the serious politics is going to come in here. Exactly. There are issues that South Korean voters care a lot about the main ones would be things such as housing prices, housing is extremely expensive in soul in particular. Unemployment, inequality, small businesses that have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, gender equality, that's a particularly important issue among younger voters, but frankly, the two main candidates are quite disliked by a lot of the population, the election has been dubbed the election of the unfavorables or the unlikely elections. So there's a general feeling that no matter who wins the election, the Korean people are going to lose out. James Fred, well, thank you so much for joining us on monocle 24. The time is just coming up to 7 30 a.m. here in London, 8 30, if you're listening in Paris, a look now at the latest headlines. The state of emergency has been declared in the Brazilian city of petropolis following a landslide, almost a hundred people have now died after the city was hit by torrential rain, soldiers and specialist teams have been sent to the area. Austria and Germany are to relax their COVID-19 measures. Germans are being promised a freedom day on the 20th of March, while most measures will be dropped in Austria on the 5th of March, Germany's Chancellor still aims to make vaccinations mandatory. And hundreds of protesters have remained on the streets of Ottawa in defiance of the newly deployed emergencies act in Canada. The prime minister Justin Trudeau has invoked emergency powers to crack down on the demonstrations, authorities have already cleared border blockades in Alberta, British Columbia and the vital ambassador bridge in Windsor Ontario. This is a globalist stay tuned..

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"february" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

03:34 min | 6 months ago

"february" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"The fact that when I am midwinter, but the spring four is just around the corner. And once that Thor arrives the movement across country will become much more difficult. I know you've been talking about the Russian frustration Putin's frustration already. Moscow has claimed that the west promised decades ago thus NATO wouldn't expand to Russia's borders. Is this true and what exactly was discussed or promised? Well, that is not true, NATO never promised not to include sovereign countries free democratic countries have a right to apply for NATO membership. NATO never promised to do that. So this is all part of the disinformation and false false truths that are propagated by Moscow. There was absolutely right for countries like Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Poland and the other former Warsaw Pact countries of Eastern Europe to want to join NATO, because they know what Russia is like. They look at history, and they know that Russia can after Russia contract through weakness. It invariably tries to grow and expand through strength. So Putin is trying to do no more, no less than a reestablished the old Soviet empire in Russia and Eastern Europe. And it is absolutely right that the countries of Eastern Europe are part of NATO to prevent that happening. But it's going to require NATO to step up to the mark. What would that mean in practice? Well, frankly, I think the most important thing for NATO to be doing right now is mobilizing significant numbers of troops to reinforce the vulnerable countries, particularly the three Baltic states. Eastern Romania, northeast Romania and also Bulgaria as well. Frankly, NATO, the NATO, the North Atlantic council. Should be making some pretty quick decisions to put really significant forces into those countries to make it quite clear that if there is there can be no over spill from an invasion of Ukraine onto NATO territory. Is Ukrainian law case already or do you think the west can do something to prevent a conflict you say that you say that NATO won't agree to Russia's demands? I don't think it is a loss case. I think that so long as the talking continues, there is a hope. And I think there is a particular glimmer of hope in the suggestion that a pair in the media this morning that Ukraine might withdraw. It's any request to join NATO. And because if that, that would allow Putin an opportunity to step back from the brink if that happened. Does beauty want a conflict? Good question. The answer is he probably would have preferred to achieve his aims without conflict. But if he doesn't achieve his aims diplomatically, he is prepared to fight. And that's a terrifying prospect, because it raises the prospect of general war in Europe on a scale we have not seen since 1945, which could spill into a NATO war, and that means that every NATO member will be at war with Russia. And it won't just be conventional war because Russia integrates nuclear thinking into every aspect of their defense or military doctrine. So it is quite likely to become a nuclear war. What do you think is happening behind the scenes now as we speak? Well, I.

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"february" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:53 min | 6 months ago

"february" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Of refugees arriving. And just because a lot of times, you know, refugees are portrayed very one sided very black and white on headlines. And to just share a story tell a story that gives some perspective to that because I mean start to place more than 20 years ago and also because it's told me inside of a friendship I hope that this story could give some nuance to what's going on right now and refugees arriving at our borders. I made a part of the film and of course, you know, it's such an important story to me. So every time it gets a nice review or gets in a wall somewhere, it's a further push to get out there and then to have a broader audience for the film. And I think it's just so important that we have these kind of stories out there that give some new ones to both the refugee and the gay experience and finding out. And just showing people how much people can carry around that you don't see normally. I'm of course thrilled that it gets a life up there. And as poor Rasmussen, the director of flea, which is out in cinemas today. And that's all for today's program. Thanks to our producers Reese James page Reynolds Emerson and Charlie filmer court are researchers Sophie monaghan's and Lillian fawcett, and our studio manager Nora hole with editing assistance by a dominant gozo. After the headlines, there's more music on the way, the briefing is live at midday in London and the globalist returns at the same time on Monday, which is, of course, Valentine's Day. And if you'd like some Valentine's appropriate listening, we'll do listen to Monaco reads where I've spoken to the editors of a short story collection called anonymous sex 27 short erotic stories by 27 different writers famous writers most of them only they never tell you which writer wrote which story. Lots and lots of room for experimentation there. I'm Georgina Godwin. Thank you, for listening..

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"february" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

The Astrology Podcast

05:11 min | 6 months ago

"february" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

"Chill. Yeah, yeah, I like that. That's a good point. So there's a definite momentum shift that happens by early March. But we're heading into that here and seeing that Pisces ingress of the sun on the 18th and 19th, that's sort of when we start heading in that direction, I think, is what you're saying? Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Okay, cool. And then, yeah, the Pluto return happens on the 22nd. We've already talked about that at length, and that kind of brings us to the end of the month, guys. I think it does, all right. We made it. Brilliant. Well, that is the astrology of February. Cool. What do you have coming up this month or what are you up to in February? Okay. Well, I will finally have my enrollment will be open for my self paced year one astrology class that opens at a rising sign of my choosing on February 17th. I know that's the day. I got to figure out which of a rising I want. But I've been working on that for a while. I'm really excited. That's about to go with self paced and I'll be doing some live Sessions support and I also have several members of several graduates of my three year program who will also be helping out. So you'll get to talk to people about the material that aren't just me. Because you're going to be listening to a lot of videos with just me talking. So I'm excited about that. And then other than that, back to work on faces and sundry has a big Venus launch coming up unspecified, but early feb. It's right around the corner. It's a super good election from BNC libre last year. I'm very excited about it. I've been using it. It smells good. It feels good. Nice. It also looks good. Yeah, some of the promo photos are just incredible. Every time I recommend people sign up for the sphere and sundry Instagram feed because that's always seems like the best way to see some of the behind the scenes working and the beautiful images of just the stuff that's being crafted. I just want to take one second to say Kate has no training whatsoever in photography. She just started doing pictures one day and it's extraordinary. She has lots of talents that she's worked hard to develop. But I think it was really around the beginning of Stuart and sundry. It was like, wow. You make everything look so good. It was a fun story. Anyway, so love you, baby. As if libras have an innate aesthetic sense or something. This one does. This one, not all of them are saying. Yeah, it's beautiful. It's nice. I love seeing that stuff. All right. Patrick, what do you got going on? Well, my schedule is full of clients. Very grateful to be that busy, but I also still a little tricky right now because I'm in the middle of packing up and moving and so that's why I have some sexy gray drapes, hanging behind me. Instead of my bookshelf and I also selected February 17th as the day that I'm actually listing my house with a rising sign yet to be determined because there's a few I can't figure out which one is I have to take one. I have to take a drawback. There's one, there's like a few good ones, but like they'll give away the good rising signs. But I risk having the molecule in the 8th or the ruler of the second not potentially being as good. So I've been trying to figure out which one would be worse for me as the seller. But in any case, so I'm busy with that, but astrology wines. I am still really focused on getting the rectification course completed that I've been working on with Chris. And I think eventually at some point, I'll probably end up just flying out there and doing an investment with you. Because it's just a little too chaotic right now when I'm in between houses, but that is definitely number one priority aside from month the clients who've already scheduled with me. So, yeah, I've just been hitting it hard with general consultations, rectifications, elections, horror, and tutoring services that I offer. And at some point, going to get back into doing more regular blogs and videos. But yeah, a long way away from it right now. Brilliant, all right, so your website is Patrick Watson astrologer dot com. What's an astrology astrology dot com? If you go to the other one, does it go to like a shadow Patrick Watson? Someone took my domain and oh my God, there's like an evil patch of quads in astrology. And then there's the even worse one, which is.

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"february" Discussed on Birmingham Lit Fest Presents….

Birmingham Lit Fest Presents….

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"february" Discussed on Birmingham Lit Fest Presents….

"Welcome to the birmingham Presents podcast annonay series commissioned writing about twenty twenty one h month we are commissioning new writer to reflect on the month has passed offering moments of connection through writing and the opportunity to reflect about what we have collectively experienced at the end of the year. We will be bringing you initial episode. The stocks have each with each piece read by. I guess writers. You can meet the pieces on our website where you will also find information about our upcoming digital along. Hello my name's up to cone aren't here is a blog. I wrote bombing literature festival in february. Twenty one when. I was asked to write about how february has been for me. I started by looking backup voters from same time last year. It struck me. During the almost year-long state lockdown now only has life changing ways previously unimaginable but certain phrases have evaporated from vocabulary whilst others have taken hold as a writer. I'm intrigued by this february. Two thousand and twenty kicked off. A patrick restaurant profoundly birthday. I gave a talk about my sidelines. To send two stage project wolverhampton ditch festival or mingled with ten dis eighteen symbiosis. I tell to glasgow and sat in a mosque with hundreds of mourners. After the death of my uncle a one two ten with radio to talk about my novel. Russia with three this Ella studio smaller than fox room. I had lunch with and gave a talk at soho rotary club. I visited mac cana no pop discussions over coffee but forthcoming project. And there were many more everyday happenings. Not documented by the click of a phone camera. All of which announcing qabail legal could office and multiple clients would attend together meeting friends in overcrowded coffeeshops. Enjoying the pictures with my kids although the tell me that firstly known test pitches anymore and secondly as is not nearly sixteen then all kids now. Life is zoom teams. Hand sanitizer on face masks on every knows what to be ref. H means the most exhilarating activity is weekly clicking flecked. Trips to esther hans space dow we must all look light letterboxes and the pm was think it peculiar how words come back to bite you. No more does anyone ask. What are your plans for the weekend. A were you going for your holiday. No longer will be faced with such as. How do i get out of that. Works to nor. Does anyone wish this dinner party would end. The loneliness that comes with being a writer has not changed. Celebratory often undertaken date into the night with only silence company. Yet or the special knife is a writer. Have disappeared and these. I miss interrupting events. Face to face being caught of the buzz and chatter. That can't be replicated in a room call which always starts with your mute. Still technology has been a godsend of continued with book club delivered. Numerous talks attended. Courses taught courses position with my yoga being apparently evening hosted a poetry even watched every single episode of spooks having had steven with covid myself. A fortunate to be alive to have the hope that at least february two thousand and twenty two will look more like february. Two thousand and twenty on appeared of lockdown. In between the two will eventually seem experience in your life which you hated every minute all.

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"february" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"february" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

"Welcome back you're listening to you. This robot from the game cave story composed by dice. Game pixel and i never found that. Gummy bear blasted all on a on. The edge of our seats. Won't what happened. there is out there. Gummy bear. No one's got to one day. I'll find those person knows but about nothing about the gummy the game cave story i originally played that game way back when it first got announced. This really awesome fan games on. Pc and it was free. Guides wanted people to experience this product passport like fifteen years. Now the game is has been released by multiple. Publishers nicholas being the primary one primarily and had multiple versions game added content. Put in blah blah blah and it remains absolute banger of a classic now reasonably most particularly right in the beginning of february. I was getting a static for the game because either song was played somewhere or just came up in a thread and people were getting wistful about how hard the last areas on the true true to route of the story so kuhn. I haven't played this game so long. I wonder if i still had the chops to do that parks. I remember how awesome it was to do that. First time so i. I'm going to play the case to right now so i just sat down. Booted up wreck didn't two sittings because the first thing was playing all the way to the final boss bite in the second thing was the final boss. Wow and bonus section at the end. I guess when you know you kind of just blow through. I didn't remember most of it but it's been that loan. There's only certain things i remember most particularly how to save curly. Brace who was like the your companion robot in the game also curly braces frigging awesome so you do want to save her. Why the heck not. But i remember how to do that. And i also remembered to not fall after dr booster when he gets thrown into the trash bin because if you go after he dies but we don't go out and he developed a will to get out himself and then he helps you later which is worth doing so did all that got to that final boss room which again i stand by my belief as one of the coolest final boss areas. I've ever played. The game is called hell san or blood sanctuary. You're basically using jet packs. Dodge spikes you're fighting like these angelic demons and eventually how to fight weird god character who created the mount. The mind control device. That was being was the main factor in the entire game and he's just insanely hard. He's really difficult and this tense. The pressures on record recorded myself fighting him. And i was able to win and is still good to do and i was like hearing people tell me that it took them out back in the day the my old behind was like got it pretty still got dust off my little finger tips and got back to business showed world or showed myself anyway. That's still can do it and it holds up. The game is a fantastic run. Two d platformer with hate saying this gives it applies metro advani esque elements. Yeah or more and more so metro elements. Because there's no leveling exploration area. You're telling by recommend to everyone to this day. It still works. I don't care how you to set maybe three d. version on three. Yes every other version of it. I can recommend wholeheartedly play this game. You love i recommend it to. Even though i didn't finish it. I will definitely recommend that was our muslim. Remember where you left off. I'm like the boss was like a giant tank thing that was like covering the ground. The ceiling o- the monster x. It was the tank with the cat in it. Yeah i think that sounds right. It was the beatles and their to. Yes oh so hard. Remember that jerk. I hard time with that all right so my second track is from game another game that i got into in february some call persona five and track. This track is called the days when my mother was there composed also by shoji mcgrew.

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"february" Discussed on Scott H Silverman's Happy Hour

Scott H Silverman's Happy Hour

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"february" Discussed on Scott H Silverman's Happy Hour

"This is they saturday. What the saturday the twentieth of of february and day for you while. It's just another saturday. Michael but initially it is my birthday. It's funny i just got something on lengthened from the guy who went to high school with actually middle school and high school we graduated the same time.

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"february" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"february" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

"News interviews and live. Hello and welcome everybody. This is joe from star rated a whole year startup podcast that youtube block from germany again in transatlantic news recording welcome to this month in german startups again with christian in new york. And if you're watching this youtube you will totally notice and hopefully also when you're listening that we do have a neutral so basically you can. We don't have the issue that somebody's That we cannot do cross talk but we can talk at the same time we can edit it together no more doing stupid stuff and making the other laugh. Right chris yeah so yeah definitely a feature that so many people were lacking wondering one can these two dudes finally talk simultaneously apart from that. Welcome from new york after. Apologize for my really weird mask near think. I should like sit like this time for people watching this out more people. Just listen to audio anyway. that that also means you get out a lot right talked to blow you do a lot of reporting out there with with masks at least yes and nonetheless correctly appreciate it there. You go yes. Let's start let's start today. We are wrapping up february. Twenty twenty one on the twenty third of february. Yes it's not the whole month but the next the news we still find would go into the march news this news. Jim startup scene the much anticipated of other one generated to new tech billionaires in dobie debts. I in a very long time. Your first europe's first tech spec special acquisition company listed frankford more wake-up details merch. Talk about right. Tried to republican game. Stop as well as the billion exit of berlin-based at just you can find us here on instagram linked in on twitter. If the to you're using this to watch or to listen to this. And we now have google calendar where we post even a few weeks ahead all the content we'll be publishing housekeeping. Time to brag. First and foremost stay safe everyone. This is the We were cutting this that it became public knowledge. That half a million americans passed away From corona so guys..

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"february" Discussed on Labor Relations Information System

Labor Relations Information System

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"february" Discussed on Labor Relations Information System

"Doesn't send in demand the bargain in two thousand fifteen when those letters of counseling occur instead it files. An unfair labor practice charge in august. Two thousand thirteen sixteen three years after krona's started on a trial basis in two years after it's been an effect and The bpa takes the position that really You know we didn't know about this until those letters. Counseling started coming out in january of two thousand and fifteen And so are unfair. Labor practice charge is timeline and the administrative law. Judge says well wait a minute. First of all we have a four month statute of limitations in new york. I'm filing unfair labor practice complaints. Even if you're right that the letter of counseling was the first time that triggered your obligation bargain are filed an unfair labor practice. You're late you know. It's we're now in two thousand sixteen. The letter of counseling came out in two thousand fifteen january. Two thousand fifteen so even if you have even if we mark the start of the timeframe for your demand bargain as the letter of counseling Your untimely but we don't. That's not where we start the clock. Ticking here here's the administrative law judges words it's undisputed that discipline in fact prior to the Two thousand sixteen was outlined in the timekeeping policy in two thousand fourteen. It's states violations of this policy may result in discipline up to an including discharge the town statements to that effect triggered the pba's obligation to bargain so the other part of our advice to our clients that What you had. Pba and orchard park Followed this advice. What have produced a different result in this case. The other part is you need to monitor your employers changes in rules and regulations anytime the employer suggests that it is even thinking about a rule change. You need to be asking yourself. Is there anything negotiable here. Does this impact wages hours and working conditions ever does. Don't wait for the rule. Change to go into effect much less disciplined being imposed under the modified rules. You banned the bargain within days or weeks of learning of the possibility that the rule can be changed. So that's an those roles by the way That i've just imagined them. Those standards for turning in a demand a bargain very common And i would expect those to apply in all states around the country. I'll right that's it for the february. Twenty twenty one addition of first thursday. Thank you for joining us. I hope to see you over on our webinar series. That we're doing right now. We are doing a six part webinar series on wellness and fitness programs. And next week we're also going to be starting a four part webinar series on a discipline and in particular. That's a focus on discipline of a police officers. Where will we will be talking about. Things like Brady and just 'cause and body hammers in the like you can find out information on all those things through our website at elleray s dot com. Hope to see you next month and without this as well aitchison signing off..

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"february" Discussed on Labor Relations Information System

Labor Relations Information System

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"february" Discussed on Labor Relations Information System

"Have created very modest exceptions to the atwells employment rule Of those exceptions is whether there is a dominant public policy that would be violated if the employer were allowed to terminate the employees. But that's a very very narrow exception when you hear all these discussions right now about police reform and the need to take arbitrators out of the equation and the employer should have the final decision as to whether a police officer corrections officer keeps their job. What those people are arguing for. Is that everybody who subject to those standards should be an at will employee that that a for example police chief should have the right to make a completely incorrect decision about firing an employee. A baseless decision a politically motivated decision. Whatever it might be and that decision should be appel. So when this north dakota case came down and i saw what the court held in the case i thought this would be a wonderful example to everybody of what life is like in the at will employment world. This is the case involving detective brandon pots and detective pots. Worked for the devil's lake. police department. Small police department in north dakota in february of two thousand and nineteen is employer. Fired him why it was july eighteenth incident where pots was attempting to arrest a subject and in the process there was a tussle and his service. Weapon a discharged. It's not clear whether he intentionally from pinon whether intentionally fired the weapon or whether it was an accidental discharge question that occurred in the course of arresting the suspect and a resist versus resistance to that arrest The bullets struck the suspect in the head. And the suspect died as a result When pots was fired for that incident. He sued devil's lake for wrongful termination. He's an employee. This is north dakota and so he's a legend. He doesn't have civil service either to answer that question. Our police commissioner fire commission doesn't have any of that stuff he's a pure at will employees and alleges that his termination in his lawsuit is against public policy..

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"february" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Upkeep

Lights, Camera, Upkeep

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"february" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Upkeep

"Hello and welcome to Lights, Camera, Upkeep the podcast film about making, pop culture and and The Fast The Furious welcome to our very special episode Fast and The February where we're going to kick off... Uh sorry THE Fast and THE February because we have to make that distinction I'm so bad for always referring to this whole series as Fast and The Furious but it's Fast THE and THE Furious until the fourth one fourth. But i think the whole franchise is fast and furious because i feel like the fourth one was like when they tried a rebrand themselves as a franchise. You could so not to jump the gun too much on our reviewing of the first film which we both watched. I watched it today. This is fresh. They didn't know they were building franchise off this ad also knowing what i know about what comes later in the series they didn't know what franchise they were building off this. Yes permit is universal's largest and highest grossing franchise which is funny. 'cause like they keep trying to make other choices stick and they keep failing. It's like no this. Is your franchise live with it. And they're like we want something else. No you get the fast and furious and that's it. It's like that kid that we're fedora to school one day and then when he takes the fidora off comes in a scarf. Everyone's like you are not scarf. Kid you are fidora kid or tom for the rest of your life and you're gonna deal with that now labeled yourself so yes this is as you were saying in the beginning of a five month long project five months. We can't do all the films in that time that that's true but we are doing. What about hubs in shaw. It's a spinoff spin on this. Actually think we talked about. It's been awful lot but unrelated. Yes we are starting with the fast in the february the into due to march too fast which got march two furious. That's that's correct that we named these. We didn't india original movies where we're very confused. We're going by what we think. Sounds good but i will save the the second title. The second movie is phenomenal like that was marketing genius. It's also the only of the films that i've seen before we start this you. You've seen the second one that's interesting yeah. People told me that. Because i saw the second one. I was kind of really ruining my expectations for the series. But no i think. I was telling them exactly where they needed to be Then we have the fast and furious april drift where we will evaluate the third movie. Where they they really changed the naming like the you know that there was a group of people in a room that were like. How do we get three into this. Had we get the fast and furious but with three and they couldn't they couldn't figure it out. I bet you there was one where like one of the letters was switched with a three and they were like this will work and then for some reason. Someone is like tokyo drift. That is what we will go with and then we will finish off the watching movies with fast in may which is the worst idol of both of the movies and of our regards. Because they like. What do we do for the fourth movie. They're like okay. Do we stick with the whole colon structure and they were like now. Let's go back with reboot. And here's the thing. I know that they've gone through. Several directors throughout like their eras like. There's the rob cohen era or different people need. But i don't think that was like a reboot. 'cause that feels like a reboot like they're like okay. Now we're gonna be going with. The new director would go back to fast and furious. But now i. I'm going to imagine that it's more like the mission impossible series. Where there's never a reboot but you get drastically. Different directors like mission. Impossible to is a john. Woo film through and through and it does not fit with the rest And then in june which is the twentieth anniversary of the first fast and furious. We'll be doing a tropical cream of fast and furious. We're gonna evaluate all movies. We're gonna talk about them evaluate their tropes that they do. Boil down our thoughts in than really determine whether in the future there will be more willing to strap myself down for the final films just just for the tropical before that month. Watch all of the rest. Watch watch all of the rest yeah. Yeah we'll see. We'll see that that could be one of the discussions. We up watching all eight. I did not or maybe we both fall in love. Maybe by the time we're done watching the fourth movie we are. What is the term profess furious fan. I i thought that. I think it's the family. But that's taken is probably like i don't know two thousand kids were born in eighties.

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"february" Discussed on ABA Inside Track

ABA Inside Track

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"february" Discussed on ABA Inside Track

"Okay the next topic that we were going to be discussing. We have a special guest for and that is dr megan heineke and we will be discussing traumatic and acquired brain injury. Which is a topic bet. She's been researching for quite some time so we have three articles of which she is an author on all three. I believe did another hat trick here. Just like dr. Megan boyle dead and these articles are using differential reinforcement to decrease academic response latency of an adolescent with acquired brain. Injury knows by heineke and car published in job. Two thousand nine next up expanding. The consumer base for behavior analytic services meeting the needs of consumers in the twenty th century by leblanc heineke and baker. And that was published in bath in one of the years in which they did not include dangerous thirteen but there were at least twenty past twenty. Twelve telling me twenty thirty. I'm hearing i'm hearing two thousand thirteen So it must be twenty thirteen. Roy brings you out of here. Diana going back to you. Rob all right and then finally applied behavior analysis in acquired brain injury rehabilitation a meta analysis of single case design intervention research. That's by heineke and car published in behavioral interventions. Two thousand fourteen. And that is thick one so the lot of stuff that's a meta-analysis but also behavioral interventions has the widest margin. The margin's no autism. Do this much ish. Like one third of the page as the writing on it. i think That's so between dr meghan boyle dr megan heineke. That's to all megan articles. We've done xavier analysis. So if you are a researcher in the field of bayern houses and you name is meghan. We have not had you on the show. Get in touch with us in sidetrack gmail.com. We're going to do it. We're going to get meghan published research in babe analysis on this show. We gotta do that first. One put us on the map with that on the map. That's right okay. That's with remember us for all right. Now we're gonna take a detour away from megan's but we will have a special guest for a third episode In february and in this one of the topics to be higher education in the college setting the working title. And we have dr darlene chrome. Todd who's gonna come on to talk to us so that's gonna be exciting and we have three articles here again They are assessment of for. Oh i'm so. Sorry for articles assessment thinking in learners published by crown todd and that was in the behavioral development bulletin two thousand seven.

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"february" Discussed on The Numerology Chick

The Numerology Chick

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"february" Discussed on The Numerology Chick

"Big changes. We're not just skipping through enchanted forest. We haven't just come upon this new territory. We truly embarked on a new adventure. Some of us because we we wanna live it up. We contemplate mortality. We understand that we're not here for very long. We have been living in low lying. Low potential places relationships occupations financial profiles. And so we're ready. We're ready for change and some of us. We were kicked into this new journey into this adventure into this need for change because of suffering because we couldn't take it anymore because we're holding onto that glimmer of hope that something is better. Something is better out there. February is a right of passage. You cannot go to those big and beautiful places without spiritual power without something bigger and greater than you. There's reasons for this. One is because all of your human friends. Your lovers. Your confidence your companions. No matter how wonderful and beautiful and healthy they are they do not have access to your own divine path in your own divine mission. That's between you and where you came from. But also like i said before you need spiritual power to go where you wanna go to manifest. What you want to manifest. Because they're still the part of you. The can't even fathom the good. That is out there waiting for you. If it were up to you. If you were going to strategize system is in control it you would have kept herself stuck. So it's time to surrender. It's time to lean into lean on that enchanted forest. Your spiritual life so that you can be guided so that you can be inspired individual who is being carried to bigger and better places. Who's taking risks. Who's taking bold inspired action for what it is. That's on your heart. So how do we deepen and reawaken our spiritual life even by the way for those awesome folks out there that are daily spiritual practice people. it's essential in february do prioritize a morning spiritual routine. I want you to block out time in february to do seven straight days of a morning spiritual practice where you communicate and listen to the magic around you. I don't care what this is could be. Meditation prayer visualization. But whatever it is you've got to do it in the morning do it in the morning. You're going to be walking and traversing a lot of territory. A lot of enchanted forest territory without even seeing and hearing the magic without even seeing the glisten since the the sparkles from the ferries..

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"february" Discussed on The Numerology Chick

The Numerology Chick

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"february" Discussed on The Numerology Chick

"Is episode. And this is your numerology guide for february twenty twenty one so i usually record these forecasts sometimes like a week or a couple of days before the start of the month But i am literally recording this in real time on february first and i'm really glad that i am. February is a seven universal month. And if you don't know that it's a seven you might feel sick. You're surrounded by fog. They can't see they don't know what's right around the bend and you might be anxious but if you do know that february is seven and you know how to embrace this thematic matic by the end of this episode uruguayan. Feel like what amazingness is right around the corner. I'm calling february. Twenty twenty one a dark mysterious enchanting forest it holds treasures in it but we just need to know how to mine those treasures so before we dive into all the details. I want to thank all of the people that donated to the podcast this past month. Thank you mark..

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"february" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"february" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"In phase one b dot to one be to. How confusing can they make all of this. Many many in the seventy and above age group are still still having trouble getting their covid. Nineteen vaccine appointment. And we've talked about this numerous times. Colorado department of public health and environment said those seventy and above will indeed remain a priority adding we expect many seventy plus year olds to get vaccinated. This week. our goal continues to be toback. Sonate at least seventy percent of colorado and seventy and older by twenty eighth statement goes on say that colorado needs to have a larger population than just the remaining seventy and older colorado and to use all vaccines. The state will receive between february eighth and the end of the month governor. Jared polis over the weekend said that half of the population is already received of that population. We're talking seventy and over has already received their vaccines and well the that haven't should receive them in a week or two but the stand underscoring the difficulty that many are having consider. Joe colton boxers experience now he falls into the phase. One b category of colorado's a vaccine distribution plants. Not one point two but one be he said. I swear. I filled out at least ten different forms. They would tell me. The weight was anywhere from fifty. Three seventy six minutes before someone would come on the phone. And i'm not gonna sit on the phone. That long counting bacher said he finally did receive a callback and scheduled his vaccine appointments now state announced on friday that those in phase one b point to can begin registering for appointments but those that nations won't start until february eighth and they are looking forward to and i know this is also convoluted and so dung confusing isn't it but they are looking forward. They anticipate that educators and those older than sixty four age sixty five and older Can begin receiving vaccinations on february eight. About a third of the state's vaccine nation. Beginning on february eight will go to the state educators and to those who qualify that are age sixty five and older by the way while the state's focused to this point has been on those seventy and older governor. Police said that forty percent of that group has been vaccinated seven thirty nine thirteen ten. Kfi a thirteen ten k. f. k. a. dot.

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