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Fresh update on "federal" discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

01:35 min | 51 min ago

Fresh update on "federal" discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

"A former Democratic presidential contender, raising money to make sure some convicted Florida felons will be able to vote, a federal appeals court ruled. Previously convicted felons in Florida can have their voting rights restored after serving sentences and paying court costs, Fines and restitutions. The financial debt is prohibitive to many ex cons but now former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who has considerable personal wealth Is helping to raise money to pay off these felons debts. So far, he's raised millions clearing 32,000, Florida felons to vote. Bloomberg previously committed 100 million to assist Democratic nominee Joe Biden in Florida. In Broward County, Florida, Evan Brown Fox near Florida Republican Congressman Matt Gates charges that Bloomberg is essentially buying votes for Joe Biden. Facebook says it has removed a small network of fake accounts and pages that originated in China focused on disrupting political activity in the US and several other countries. A Michigan prosecutor upholding the exercise of political satire a toilet in a yard in Mason in southwest Michigan, with a sign that read Place mail in ballots here, prompted Bar by Norman, England County Democratic Elections clerk to complain to police saying it's a felony to take illegal possession of absentee ballots. So the income county prosecutor Flushing her case, saying the display intended to be a joke was not a crime. Democrats have pushed mail in voting, citing Corona virus fears as president. Trump has repeatedly warned that vote by mail could lead to fraud. Jeff Man, also Fox News. Lacroix has been executed by the federal government for the 2001 rape and murder of a nurse in Georgia. Doctors in Germany say that Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has been released from the hospital after recovering from a suspected poisoning for which his supporters have.

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Philadelphia - Federal Judge Declines To Stay Ruling That Gov. Wolf’s Size Limits On Pa. Gatherings Unconstitutional

KYW 24 Hour News

01:05 min | 6 hrs ago

Philadelphia - Federal Judge Declines To Stay Ruling That Gov. Wolf’s Size Limits On Pa. Gatherings Unconstitutional

"Judge who ruled governor wolves limits on the size of public gatherings is unconstitutional. Has denied a request for a stay for more on what that means. Here is cable I w. Suburban bureau chief Jim Mel work. Governor. Wolf says they are appealing the ruling. But since the state was denied it appears the ruling stands for now, and there's nothing legally they could do to prevent gatherings over 250 people, including attendance at school sporting events were working in the meantime, to serve Resent schools and others with guys to say OK, and our best estimation from a health point of view, Health Secretary Rachel Levine says, just because they can't legally enforce it. It's not OK, because if you're going to have lots of people together, and they're not practicing social distancing if they don't have mass on if they're not using hand sanitizer, that's how you spread. This fire's last Monday Judge William Stick Man, a federal judge out of Pittsburgh World, Wolf's gathering size restrictions violated the first and 14th amendments. The ruling also struck down Wolfe's business closures and stay at home orders, but Wolf says they haven't used them in months. The ruling does not affect the standing of Philadelphia's restrictions on gatherings. They still stand at the

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Fresh update on "federal" discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:41 min | 51 min ago

Fresh update on "federal" discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

"Of seasonal employees here in the Houston area, the carrier announcing it will take on more than 3000 temporary workers at its 12 facilities across the city. Pay for package handler starts at $14.50 an hour All tractor trailer drivers could make 21 bucks an hour. As Corona virus cases fall, people are feeling more comfortable going back into public that also has led to an increase in cases of prostitution, which shit record blows of the pandemic began. Texas based group. Children of Gris keeps track of sex trafficking. ADDS Attorney James Carruthers says that many mentioned that people are out of work and are re sorting to resorting to prostitution. Due to the economic circumstances. We could see a trafficking boom because there's going to be a large influx of people who are economically vulnerable. He says the rise in prostitution shows how many vulnerable people that we have in society. It's news time 303 Congress remains deadlocked over rolling out a new Corona virus relief Bill Fox is Chad program has more Congress is struggling to get it's work done. Facing a deadline to fund the government and talks to craft a new Corona virus. A bill were stalled before, but the looming brawl over confirming a new Supreme Court justice sideline any new discussion of a deal. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell warned lawmakers that the feds exhausted its tools, slashing interest rates and boosting access to credit and that's why Congress needs To intervene legislatively, But Congress is stymied by disputes over jobless aid and assistance to state and local governments. There's a divide of $1 Trillion between what House Speaker Nancy Pelosi wants and what the Trump administration can support. It was also seven million Corona virus cases and over 200,000 covert related deaths in the U. S. The Astros work working on locking down a playoff spot of their second of three games in Seattle last night. The team would end up winning 6 to 1. Now they're only one went away from clinching that spot in the playoffs. The two teams will finish up their Siri's this afternoon live coverage on sports talk. 7 90 will begin at 4 30 in the afternoon..

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26 charged in drug ring out of Milwaukee as part of Operation Legend, Barr says

WBBM Evening News

00:27 sec | 8 hrs ago

26 charged in drug ring out of Milwaukee as part of Operation Legend, Barr says

"A federal prosecutor in Milwaukee, says police have broken up a drug trafficking operation. I was moving marijuana, heroin and cocaine from California to Wisconsin. His attorney, Matthew Kruger, says 26 people every alleged after distributing drugs in Milwaukee area Certain defendants shipped drug proceeds through the United States Postal Service To co conspirators in California. Fitted of us is part of Operation legend. Federal government launched a project this summer to address homicides, another violent crime.

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Fresh update on "federal" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

KYW 24 Hour News

00:30 min | 52 min ago

Fresh update on "federal" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

"A pandemic, now the latest from K Y W News radio. A federal judge who ruled Governor Wolf's limits on the size of public gatherings is unconstitutional, has denied a request for a stay for more on what that means. Here is Cabo W. Suburban bureau chief Kim L. Word. Governor. Wolf says they are appealing the ruling. But since the state was denied it appears the ruling stands for now, and there's nothing legally they could do to prevent gatherings over 250 people, including attendance at school sporting events were working in the meantime, to serve Present schools and others with guys to say, OK, and our best estimation. Health point of view, Health Secretary Rachel Levine says just because they can't legally enforce it. It's not OK, because if you're going to have lots of people together, and they're not practicing social distancing if they don't have mass on if they're not using hand sanitizer, that's how you spread this fires. Last Monday, Judge Williams Stick Man, A federal judge out of Pittsburgh World Wolfe's gathering size restrictions violated the first and 14th amendments. The ruling also struck down Wolfe's business closures and stay at home orders, but Wolf says they haven't used them in months. The ruling does not affect the standing of Adelphia's restrictions on gatherings. They still stand at the suburban bureau gym work. KOW NewsRadio. Philadelphia officials say the city continues to make progress against Cove in 19. 01 high profile resident is in quarantine after being exposed cable W. City Hall bureau chief Pat Lowe reports that Mayor Jim Kenney is now working from home. The mayor says he tested negative after learning someone he'd been in contact with had come down with the virus. He declined to say who or where. But he'll quarantine for two weeks and get retested. He hopes to service an example if you find yourself in a similar situation, supposed someone test positive for.

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Louisville under state of emergency ahead of Breonna Taylor decision

Lance McAlister

00:42 sec | 8 hrs ago

Louisville under state of emergency ahead of Breonna Taylor decision

"The city of Louisville, declaring a state of emergency today ahead of a decision on whether or not charges will be brought against the officers involved in the shooting death of Rianna Taylor as police prepare for potential protests, the Louisville Metro Police Department has been preparing downtown barricades were placed around Jeff Airpark and the perimeter of the downtown area to its sure pedestrian safety. Interim police Chief Robert Schroeder says they've been in contact with the attorney general's office about a decision in the Briana Taylor case. We hope and hope to have some advance notice. But as we all know, in the reality of dealing with day to day situations, sometimes your plans go right. So we have to plan ahead of time Officer vacations and planned days off have been rejected. The federal courthouse will be closed through the end of the week.

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Fresh update on "federal" discussed on Hugh Hewitt

Hugh Hewitt

00:35 sec | 57 min ago

Fresh update on "federal" discussed on Hugh Hewitt

"A temporary government wide funding bill Tuesday night. Stopgap measure will keep federal agencies fully up and running into December, giving lame duck lawmakers time to adjust the election. I decide whether to pass the annual government funding bills by that or kick them to the next administration. Senate Republicans of charging ahead with plans to confirm President Trump's pick too quickly fill the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg seat on the Supreme Court. When possible. Holdout GOP Senator Mitt Romney said Tuesday he supports holding about when there's a nominee of the party that is in the same in the same party as a Senate then, typically, they do confirm something. Carlin decision was consistent with that, and the decision to proceed now with the President. Trump's nominee is also consistent with history. Senate.

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Virtual car seat checks offered for Child Passenger Safety Week

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 8 hrs ago

Virtual car seat checks offered for Child Passenger Safety Week

"Than your kids. And during this national child passenger safety week, the federal government is focused on keeping them safe when you're behind the wheel, and when you you leave leave the the the car, car, car, the the the two two two most most most important important important considerations considerations considerations in in in protecting protecting protecting your your your kids kids kids make make make sure sure sure your your your child's child's child's car car car seat seat seat is is is the the the right right right one one one for for for them them them and and and is is is properly properly properly installed installed installed and and and never never never leave leave leave a a a child child in a hot car. Not even for a minute. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says the best way to ensure Children aren't left behind is to remember this. Park Look lock this Saturday. Certified child passenger safety technicians will be at various sites to provide provide tips tips on on choosing choosing and and properly properly installing installing car car and and booster booster seats. seats. Some Some technicians technicians are are offering offering virtual virtual seat seat checks checks because because of of the the Corona Corona virus virus pandemic. pandemic. Christopher Christopher Cruz Cruz w w T. O p knew to find places in the D M V, where you can get your car seat checked out. Go to w t o p dot com Search safety seat.

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Fresh update on "federal" discussed on In the Bubble with Andy Slavitt

In the Bubble with Andy Slavitt

00:28 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "federal" discussed on In the Bubble with Andy Slavitt

"You and I hear. It is possible to govern through this with patients with humanity with compassion with competence. So, it forces me to want to ask question on on the national. level. Which is are we governable? With a federal system. With so many of the the the forces that you have there in Kentucky social, media etcetera that existed even broader basis with all the cultural patterns and differences throughout the country. And if Joe. Biden were to win and take approach similar to the approach you're taking. Kentucky. Can you do it? So yes I believe that we are governable and can come together as a country. But. We have to know it won't be perfect I. Mean I think that our success in this is a pretty simple equation. It is the best rules and practices times the number of people that are willing to follow them..

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Woman who allegedly sent ricin to White House charged

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00:42 sec | 8 hrs ago

Woman who allegedly sent ricin to White House charged

"Court appearance for the woman accused of sending poison through the mail through to the White House farrier, a Canadian communicated in federal court threw a French translator. She is charged with making a threat against the president of the United States. The letter was intercepted before it got to the White House. After that. Customs and border protection agents tracked down and arrested farrier near the U. S Canada border. Various hearing addressed a criminal complaint so she did not have to enter a plea. Her next hearing set for Monday will address bail. She will eventually be extradited to the D C district where the charge was initiated. Good All Scott Vice

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Canadian woman charged with threatening Trump after letter with ricin mailed to White House

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 9 hrs ago

Canadian woman charged with threatening Trump after letter with ricin mailed to White House

"A A woman from Canada is facing federal charges presenting President Trump a letter allegedly containing a toxic chemical correspondent Aaron Carter Ski with a story to tell Cecile Veronique very was charged with threatening the president of the United States when she mailed a letter to the White House that contained Rice in court records said the letter was postmarked from Canada and said you ruin the Yusa and lead them to disaster. She also allegedly wrote, Give up and and remove remove your your application application for for this this election. election. So So I I made made a a special special gift gift for for you you to to make make a a decision. decision. This This gift gift is is in in this this letter. letter. Very Very it it was was detained detained when when she she tried tried to to cross cross peace peace Bridge Bridge from Canada. Prosecutors in Buffalo said she had a loaded gun and a

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Boston - Massachusetts' tax revenue loss may not be as dire as first predicted, Tufts Center model shows

WBZ Afternoon News

00:25 sec | 9 hrs ago

Boston - Massachusetts' tax revenue loss may not be as dire as first predicted, Tufts Center model shows

"Suggesting tax collections this fiscal year would miss the mark by as much as $6 billion. But upon further review, it looks more like now about $1.6 billion Research from Tufts University says it's a great picture to paint, but officials say it's within the realm of possibility that federal cash could bridge that gap. Meantime, three counties in Massachusetts among the healthiest nationwide annual ranking from U. S News and World

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Court papers: Woman wrote 'give up' in ricin note to Trump

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 10 hrs ago

Court papers: Woman wrote 'give up' in ricin note to Trump

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the Canadian woman accused of mailing a package containing ricin to the White House has been in trouble with the law in the US before first Gulf area of Quebec made her first court appearance Tuesday in federal court in buffalo New York Verrier who was arrested Sunday at the U. S. Canada border is accused of mailing a package to the White House the contained ricin and a threatening letter to president Donald Trump the package was intercepted at a mail sorting facility Friday according to court papers the F. B. I. has discovered six additional similar letters appear to have been received in Texas in September all with stamps indicating they were mailed from Canada the letters received in Texas were sent to people affiliated with facilities or fairy A. was jailed in twenty nineteen investigators matched variates fingerprints from four of the letters Mike Rossio Washington

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Court papers: Woman wrote 'give up' in ricin note to Trump

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 10 hrs ago

Court papers: Woman wrote 'give up' in ricin note to Trump

"Hi Mike Crossey reporting court papers say a package sent to the White House that allegedly contained ricin also included a note to the president according to court papers a Canadian woman accused of mailing a package containing ricin to the White House included a threatening letter in the package an FBI affidavit states the letter told president Donald Trump to give up and remove your application for this election fifty three year old US Gulf area of Quebec was arrested Sunday at the U. S. Canada border she made her first court appearance Tuesday in federal court in buffalo New York were U. S. magistrate judge entered a not guilty plea on her behalf the package never made it to the White House it was intercepted at a mail sorting facility it Friday Mike Rossio Washington

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With 95% homes hit, feds say no need for census extension

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

00:31 sec | 11 hrs ago

With 95% homes hit, feds say no need for census extension

"Government attorneys say there's no reason for a judge to order the U. S Census Bureau to extend by a month ahead count of every U. S resident and they point to the number of U. S households counted topping 95%. And new court papers. The attorneys say that a temporary restraining order issued by a federal judge is making the Census Bureau's job more difficult to finish the 2020 census. The court papers were filed ahead of a virtual court hearing in San Jose. Over whether the 2020 senses should stop at the end of September or continue through

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Boston - Signs For New Massachusetts Exit Numbers Will Start Going Up In October

WBZ Afternoon News

00:49 sec | 13 hrs ago

Boston - Signs For New Massachusetts Exit Numbers Will Start Going Up In October

"Bob Dylan said the times they are a changing In Massachusetts. The signs they are a changing highway signs. That is, the federal government mandates the change so that exit numbers are based on mileage. All of this will take time. State Senator Jamie Seer has been working on an exemption for Route six on the Cape. Saying re numbering those exits will hurt businesses You advertise based on those exit numbers and whose tourists come year after year, For example, exit to one Route six will become exit 59 from from the hyper tech savvy, downright lot. I They all use cell phones to navigate with a lot of information that's already contained on it, including distance by mile. This just clearly represents Policy that one look closely doesn't make sense. If states don't comply, they could lose federal highway funding. The old and the new exit numbers will be displayed for awhile.

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Pascale Ferrier: White House ricin package suspect in court

KYW 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 13 hrs ago

Pascale Ferrier: White House ricin package suspect in court

"Woman is under arrest, accused of mailing a package to the White House containing the deadly poison Rice in also included, according to court papers, a threatening letter in which she told President Trump to give up and remove your application for this election. Pascal Ferrier was arrested on Sunday at the New York Canada border, making her first court appearance this afternoon in federal court in Buffalo.

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Justice Dept.: 179 people arrested, $6.5M seized in worldwide crackdown on opioid trafficking on darknet

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:42 sec | 14 hrs ago

Justice Dept.: 179 people arrested, $6.5M seized in worldwide crackdown on opioid trafficking on darknet

"Law enforcement officials announcing the arrest of nearly 200 people in a global crackdown on opioid trafficking. On the dark net. ABC is Aaron Carter ski with more. Most of the arrests were in the United States, where one group of Ohio based Opioid Traffickers know NAS pill, Cosby pushed a million fentanyl laced pills on the dark net and encrypted part of the Internet meant to keep users anonymous. There will be No safe haven for drug dealing in cyberspace. Deputy Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen said Federal agents seized more than $6.5 million in cash and virtual currency in 275 kg of drugs. There were arrests in seven countries and an ongoing effort to identify the people behind dark net accounts. Aaron Carter Ski, ABC News New York

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Dark web drugs raid leads to several arrests, feds say

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:52 sec | 16 hrs ago

Dark web drugs raid leads to several arrests, feds say

"That they have taken a part of a drug ring that used the dark Web to sell meth and other drugs all around the world on a black market websites and employed encryption technology toe keep it all on the down low. But the scheme that used the online named Stealth God was disrupted by members of a federal task force on opioid drugs in the dark net. FBI director Christopher Races, agents are determined to stamp out the trade every day. They're working to show these criminals that they can no longer count on hiding on the dark net because we're going to infiltrate their networks shut down their online illicit market places and bring them to justice no matter what it takes as far to the operation. In Los Angeles, five people were arrested, with two already pleading guilty to federal charges. Three others face trial next year. A key supplier of the meth to the network from Palmdale. Still on the loose, So

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City Leaders Hit Back After DOJ Designates New York, Seattle, and Portland, Oregon 'Anarchist Jurisdictions'

Todd and Don

00:38 sec | 19 hrs ago

City Leaders Hit Back After DOJ Designates New York, Seattle, and Portland, Oregon 'Anarchist Jurisdictions'

"Is the Department of Justice is labeling three cities as anarchist jurisdictions. Leaders in New York City, Portland and Seattle are threatening legal action against the DOJ and the Trump administration, calling the move unconstitutional. This comes after months of violence, destruction and riots. U. S Attorney General William Barr threatening to pull federal funding from the city's labeling them anarchist jurisdictions and claiming their Democratic leaders failed to stop the unrest. He released a statement saying, in part quote Not allow federal tax dollars to be wasted when the safety of the citizenry hangs in the balance. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, claiming the president is motivated by race.

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DOJ labeling Seattle, New York and Portland as ‘anarchist’ cities

Austin's Morning News

00:40 sec | 22 hrs ago

DOJ labeling Seattle, New York and Portland as ‘anarchist’ cities

"Is labeling three cities as anarchist jurisdictions because of violent riots In recent months, leaders in New York City, Portland and Seattle are threatening legal action against the DOJ and the Trump administration, calling the move unconstitutional. This comes after months of violence, destruction and riots. U S Attorney General William Barr, threatening to pull federal funding from the city's labeling them anarchist jurisdictions and claiming their Democratic leaders failed to stop the unrest. He released a statement saying in part quote, we cannot allow federal tax dollars to be wasted when the safety of the citizenry hangs in the balance. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, claiming the president is motivated by race. That's Fox's Jackie Bania is there The White

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Stumbling block: the battle over WeChat

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:50 min | 22 hrs ago

Stumbling block: the battle over WeChat

"A new battle is shaping up in the legal wrangles around. Social Media APPS operating in. America. The trump administration's attempt to block we chat and Tiktok from American APP. Stores was overturned by a federal judge on Sunday. Yesterday, America's Commerce Department said it would appeal. The wildly popular video sharing Tiktok has been the subject of jockeying from American firms for ownership after President Donald Trump said he would ban it unless CEOS was agreed. It can't be controlled for security reasons by China too big too. Invasive and it can't be and here's the deal I don't mind if whether it's Microsoft or somebody else a big company secure company, very, very American company by it. That seemed to be solved on Saturday when he approved a deal involving Oracle and Walmart. But that still left, we chat a platform with a huge following in China and among the Chinese diaspora if you as battling TV use of which had that would ask. For examples, I can use the. In. The US Li Tang is Chinese but lives in New York Bats. The hub was blocking China's. Savings so The government binding dvd from using the reach hats not means my connection with China is totally being cut off. The administration's wish to block it entirely now lies with the courts, but that battle will be very different from the one over Tiktok. This was going to cripple these we just in America for about three and a half million Chinese Americans who the majority of its users and the California judge has sort of paused this in order to examine. Around freedom of speech in doing this, how Hudson is the economists Asia Technology correspondent. The ruling kind of acknowledges that while there may be national security questions, it doesn't appear immediately that Aban is the only way to deal with those questions and the ban does appear to impinge upon the freedom of speech of those Chinese Americans, and so it's kind of a we're gonNA take a moment here in to check how legal this is and that makes sense because nothing like this has ever happened before. So in in what way What what are the rights that are that are under threat here? Well, it's pretty broad brush. We shot is kind of everything up and both in mainland China and and in America people, use it, use it for loads of different things they use to send money to their families. They use it obviously to communicate to the most obvious analog. There is something like what's up but also has personal finances. It has news it's kind of like. A little internet in a box and for a lot of people that's the whole Internet, and so that's why cutting it off is such a risky thing and yet the fact that it's sort of all of the Internet in a single APP is particularly important in China where not only are other services. Particularly Western services blocked Yukon download them from APP stores in China, things like twitter and facebook and what's up, but the communication on we. Chat itself is censored according to the Chinese government sort of prescriptions and so in a way, this freedom of speech argument is actually a question of whose freedom of speech you know do we want Americans to be free from Chinese censorship or do we want them to be free to use a service that they want to use? It's a it's a difficult question and so on. What grounds is the trump administration trying to ban it. Well, the stated reasoning is that we chat presents a national security risk to America and to American people. As with Tiktok the idea is that data about American sort of intimate data communication with their families. Businesses can be harvested through we chat and sent back to the Chinese government for various purposes. The other concern is that we got sensors conversations on its APP and both of these have grounds. In fact there there's research from the group. Called the citizen's lobby in Toronto which does showed that we chat is censoring various kinds of communication, not just in mainland China but all around the world for its extra China, which users. But there's a more skeptical angle to this on the government's motivation, which is that being tough on China looks good for trump in the run-up to an election and it puts Joe Biden in a corner to sort of force him to take position on closeness with China. To how does the discussion around we chat fit into the the rather longer running one about Tiktok the difference between the two of them is that TIKTOK has American investors tiktok has its roots in the acquisition of an American company, and so that gives America sort of jurisdiction over to talk because America's always had control over investment in the United States, and that's the kind of starting point for the examination of Tiktok and the administration's talk on talk we chat doesn't have that. We chat doesn't have any American acquisitions that formed it. It's a much older piece of technology and it's much more sort of purely Chinese. So the only way that the administration has to attack tiktok is through this very unusual executive order that resulted in a list of transactions from the Department of Commerce. That again important to remember doesn't have a precedent and so you know when we're looking at what this the results of this temporary stay from the judge in California will be. It's very hard to say because nothing like this is awesome before. So in in that regard, the long run outcome of this won't be the kind of division and selling jockeying that we've seen about Tiktok no, there's no latitude for that. I mean the fact is as well that we chats three point five, million users in America doesn't represent like gigantic sort of social media growth opportunity that tiktok one, hundred, million users, a brand new APP that you know all the kids. Are On that's a much more exciting proposition for companies like Oracle at Walmart that are you know supposed to be taking stakes in? TIKTOK. But the other way in which these two things are joined up is in the American government's increasing efforts to control the kinds of things that happened on the Internet and this isn't just about versus China America versus China is kind of catalyzing a much much bigger discussion about what happens online and who gets to be in charge of that. But all of this seems to be getting away from the you know free on splintered on almost entirely unregulated Internet that America pioneered. Yeah. It undeniably is is just a factual observation to say that this source of activity very top down very directly political. You know trumped basically in charge of these things and and a group of bliscoll allies starts to look. A lot like the way that China does business online and I guess that's not necessarily a problem at Priori. But it's definitely a change in the way that America does its business and it is important to remember that it's not like America. Star should this to China has not allowed loads of different American services in for a very long time and you know one. Potential. Outcome of this is that you'll see the people who really need these services using them sort of illicitly. So you start to get a kind of grey market for digital services where your ability to route around the controls that your government puts on. You dictate your ability to access the services you need, and that's probably a bad thing. Hell, thanks very much for your time. Thank you Jason.

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Do You Have The 411 On 9/11? -  It Was A Dystopian Nightmare

Talk, Tales and Trivia

04:59 min | Last week

Do You Have The 411 On 9/11? - It Was A Dystopian Nightmare

"Hello. This is Stephanie and this is Talk Tales and Trivia the show where I talk about enlightening topics about society culture and the topics that affect the world we live in plus some trivia so that you yes, you can stump your family and friends is so interesting and fun. But this topic today this topic right now on this episode is not so much fun because we are coming up upon an anniversary that really truly some Americans wish had never happened and that is the September eleven attacks. This at timber eleven, attacks often referred to as nine eleven. Remember were a series of four coordinated terrorist attacks by the Islamic terrorist group. al-Qaeda? Against the United States on the morning of Tuesday September eleventh two, thousand and one some of you weren't even born but yet it affects all of us to this day. No matter how old we are the attacks resulted in two, thousand, nine, hundred and seventy, seven deaths over twenty, five, thousand injuries and substantial long term health consequences in addition to at least ten billion dollars in infrastructure and property damage. But did you know that nine eleven is the single deadliest terrorist attack and human history and the single deadliest incident for firefighters and law enforcement officers in the history of the United States with three hundred and forty-three firefighters losing their lives and seventy two law enforcement officers losing their lives. Speaking for al Qaeda leader Osama Bin. Laden had said that quote it has become clear that the West and general and America in particular have an unspeakable hatred for Islam. It is the hatred of Crusaders terrorism against America deserves to be praised because it was a response to injustice aimed at forcing America to stop its support for Israel which kills. In. Quote. Even, though that was somewhat an admission of guilt by Osama bin Laden. He stopped short of admitting responsibility for the attacks but. Eventually, he did admit to the attacks. Yes. Shortly before the US presidential election and two thousand and four bin Laden used a taped statement to publicly acknowledge al Qaeda's involvement and the attacks on the United States he admitted his direct links to the attacks and said they were carried out because we are free. And want to regain freedom for our nation. As you undermine our security, we undermine yours bin Laden said, he had personally directed his followers to attack the world trade centers and the Pentagon. The impact of nine eleven extends beyond geopolitics though and into society and culture and. Immediate responses to nine eleven did include greater focus on home life and time spent with family. It really did hire church attendance and increased expressions of patriotism such as flying of the American flag. In the immediate aftermath of the attacks President George W Bush proclaimed Friday September, fourteenth two, thousand, and one as a national day of prayer and remembrance for the victims of the terrorist attacks on September eleventh Patriot Day officially known as National Day of service and remembrance is observed every September eleventh in honor of the individuals who lost their lives as a result of the terrorist attacks on that day Patriot's Day will be on Friday this Friday September, Eleventh Twenty Twenty also I find on Kapadia on the search of Patriots Day. The flag of the United States is flown at half-mast at the White House and on all US government buildings and establishments throughout the world Americans are also encouraged to display flags in an outside their homes as many many due to this day. Remember that Patriot Day is not a federal holiday though okay. Schools and businesses remained open and observance of the occasion and that we will never forget and that America will not be stopped or halted even for one day memorial ceremonies for the two, thousand, nine, hundred, and seventy, seven victims. Are often held, but that does not include a matter of fact at excludes the nineteen hijackers who also perished we do not memorialize them.

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"federal" Discussed on WSJ What's News

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04:46 min | Last month

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"Get your podcasts. Back, in March and April when much of the country was in lockdown, the Federal Reserve made a number of bold moves to keep the wheels of finance turning in the US. But the central bank also took action overseas lending. Massive amounts of money to global economy's in crisis, and that marked a huge expansion of the Fed's role on the world stage. Our Wall Street Journal Economics correspondent, Nick Tim rose joins me now with more details. So nick the actions event has taken to bolster the economy during the pandemic have been pretty unprecedented. You looked at how historically the Fed's been resistant to being a backup lender on a global scale. Tell us about the situation prior to the pandemic. The Fed has a domestic mandate, right? Their job is to make that inflation is stable in the United States and. Can boost employment as much as possible within the confines of keeping prices stable, and so they've always kind of shied away from accepting this role of being global lender of last resort. But that really changed in the second and third week of March when the coronavirus pandemic went global and reach the US. Remind us of the domestic actions. The Fed took back in March and April. So the Fed did two things in March I, they cut their short-term interest rate to zero at two emergency meetings, and they also announced plans to buy a large amount of treasury bonds and orange back securities because those two markets which traditionally or the most deepened liquid markets are not functioning properly, and so that was actually kind of a scary moment global finance because you expect the treasury market to be a place where you can trade at any time of day and and it was, it wasn't really working that way in the middle of March. Now, in addition to those steps, the Fed also took action to bolster global economy is, can you explain what actions the Central Bank took? So the Fed activated a network of swap lines and what those are their agreements with foreign central banks that allow central banks to borrow dollars from the Fed. Then they can lend those dollars to their to their own banks. It's a way for the Fed to make sure that if there is a crisis in which. Institutions Banks, life, insurance companies in other countries need to get access to dollars, they can do it. It's something. The Fed does very rarely, but they've done it during times of global stress including during the two thousand, eight financial crisis, and why it helped was in the middle of March. Everybody wanted to get their hands on dollars, and so they were selling, they were panicked selling even safe assets like treasuries. By allowing other countries to make dollars more available, it may have stopped these panic sales of. Treasury. Because if you want to get dollars and you're selling safe assets like treasuries and you now know, well, actually these plans are gonNA. Make dollars available your own market and it helps to slow down that kind of Hanoch hoarding of dollars as you. Right. This is something that happens pretty quietly and sort of under the radar. Why is that? Well, it happened under the radar because even though the Fed announced, they were doing this. There was so much else going on at the time that it really didn't get that much attention. So the Fed, for example announced they were going to make. Trillions of dollars of loans needed through these emergency lending facilities in the united. States but those took a long time to get up and running the dollar swap networks went and took effect almost right away, and so when I may the Fed had lent four, hundred, fifty, billion dollars abroad through these networks, it took much longer for their other emergency loan programs to get up and running. Do you think going forward and having taken. This action will embolden the Fed to intervene in this way again or take a more active role. While the big question now is is what will investors in the United States? In, other countries expect the Fed to do during the next crisis. Obviously, we've never had a global pandemic. We've never had a crisis like this where any concerns about you know so-called moral house were bailing out financial institutions. They sort of went by the wayside because This was virus nobody could have planned for this, but there is the question. The next time? Something like this happens? What is the federal into to do? That's Wall Street Journal reporter Nick Tim Rose Nick. Thank you so much for joining me. Thanks for having me. Do. Before we go. If you've got an old car and have.

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"federal" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

07:38 min | Last month

"federal" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Now, I know a lot of people have also said, well Magna technically anything within one hundred miles of a US border is jurisdiction for ice and. But but my point is, is that. There are many people who would say we'll secretary Johnson we have actually already seen this kind of behavior this kind of approach, this kind of violation of rights. On the border with these very ice officers and officers. So it should come as no surprise that when you bring them into an American city to protect federal property, they would behave in exactly the same way. It is not per se illegal to deploy. C., VP officers to support the Federal Protective Service. It is problematic to deploy. CBCP, BP an ice officers even those who have a specialized mission to a an American city to carry out a mission that they are not well versed in with you know dealing with large numbers of the civilian population and. A concern I have is when we witnessed these incidents of excessive force arresting people on less than probable cause, it may be due to the fact that these officers are not trained for adequately trained for this type of mission. Well. If Secretary, if I made like to actually bring into the conversation now, another voice Barbara mcquade joins us. She's a law professor at the University of Michigan as attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan from two, thousand, fifteen to two thousand seventeen was also assistant US Attorney for Detroit for twelve years and served as deputy chief of the National Security Unit Barbara mcquade walking back to on point. Thanks great to be with you and Secretary Johnson honored to be on with you. We heard the secretary earlier. You heard the secretary earlier about the his his concerns about the gray area just to underscore a point that he made. It is clear looking at the statutes that yes the federal protective. Service can. Can you officers from Customs Border Protection or ice or anywhere else? Can Be legally brought into the PS to protect. Federal Property. That's clear in the statutes but in that gray area, that legal gray area that the secretary is concerned about professor mcquaid like where do you see the area? Most of most worry? I am most concerned. I'm most concerned that I am seeing an administration using law enforcement for what I believe to be political purposes no doubt. Federal agents can and should be defending federal property. That's a courthouse judges in parties need to go into that building and conduct business vandalizing it burning it it is absolutely to be condemned and agents. Hanan should be protecting that what they are also doing however is engaging in. Crowd control. dealing with civil unrest something for which they are not trained, and although the law permits them to investigate. Any federal crime and to arrest somebody where they have probable cause if it occurs in their presence. It's allowing them to now roam out into the streets. So I in William Bar in a two thousand interview talked about this very strategy about how he used it to get federal agents on the ground in the Virgin Islands in the aftermath of Hurricane Hugo he said the. Is You find some federal property to defend you get people there because that's all legitimate. Now, once you've got your foot in the door, you've got the federal presence to do other things, and so that's where I think just because these agents can do what they're doing doesn't mean they should You have to exercise law enforcement judgments with prudence with respect for community norms with coordination for locals and with restraint as Secretary Johnson, pointed out where they're really crossing the line is in these arrests without probable cause arresting people just for questioning and taking them away in unmarked vans they can't do that and I I actually feel a lot of. Empathy for these agents bring put into the situation without adequate training without clear guidance and being asked to do things beyond the scope of their duties and so I see a president looking to in his words, dominate the streets, control the battlespace, go into cities with great force I. Think He is trying to highlight the violence around the courthouse showing only those images focusing on those images, and doing a lot of chest thumping to show how tough he is on crime. When in fact they're escalating tensions and not doing the thin. That's law enforcement is supposed to do, which is to bring calm to chaos and reduced tensions. See. Barbara and I could probably. Think of really really compelling circumstances where deploying. Federal Civilian Law enforcement to a city would be would be in the best interest of the nation and would be legally justified. So for example, John Lewis died last week. John. Lewis was a freedom rider across the south. Suppose, for example, you had similar situation where local law enforcement agency refuses to protect freedom riders at at a bus station or you know in a journey across the south but the federal government is determined it is their federal civil, right? To, ride in an in an integrated bus I could see a circumstance where we would deploy federal civilian law enforcement somewhere to protect freedom writers and to protect their federal civil rights. This is a very, very different situation, which is what I mean when I say that facts can make bad law and compelling fax ten to make to make good law. Well I mean to to your point secretary. We have seen that in US history right? I mean President Johnson deployed the Alabama National Guard right to protect civil. Civil. Rights activists but that was the National Guard here. Do you see. Is there a distinguishing factor between the National Guard and effectively what DHS officers are today? Typically. In a circumstance where a mayor or a governor needs help restoring the peace, they look to the National Guard under the control of a governor. It is an exceptional circumstance, but it has happened like the instance you decided where we federalize the National Guard didn't is under the command control of the president. The point I'm trying to make here and I. I'm not at all making this point to try to justify what is going on just the opposite the point I'm making here it is not inconceivable legally that you could use federal civilian law enforcement for the same purpose as we did National Guard during the civil rights era. but of course, it's to underscore it. You're saying that is not what you're seeing happening in Portland now collect this is something very. Yeah. So so both.

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"federal" Discussed on Post Reports

Post Reports

04:41 min | 2 months ago

"federal" Discussed on Post Reports

"We're supporting our law enforcement officers here. And making sure that they're going to continue to protect the Federal Court House here. That's what D H S does. That's our mission. We're not going to advocate our mission our responsibilities. However whatever the local leadership here is telling us. We're going to do our job We're going to do it professionally, but we're not going to have these violent anarchist who show up about the same time every night, for a series of hours of in having that federal destruction to property, and were not going to do what the Portland officials have asked, which is you know, descend, send these guys home. The pushback has been from local city officials is. The federal agents are making it worse. The federal agents are so confrontational and so. That, we're seeing more of these confrontations, not less and if the point is to see less of these confrontations than the federal agents should leave. Now. What you saw over this last weekend was that. More and more people were coming out on the street to protest. So. It'll be interesting to see what lesson the trump administration takes from that. If any, because some folks in the administration are arguing, that will should be our model in any city that has you know significant protests and significant graffiti and significant confrontations between police and protesters. And will be interesting to see if the trump administration really does attempt to bring sort of the Portland version of federal law enforcement to other cities. Because at least from what you're describing, it sounds like the federal law enforcement presence. There is actually making things worse and inciting more people to come out, and it feels like it's pretty counter to whatever you would think. The federal government's and goal is. Also, certainly, that's the argument being made by Portland City officials. But also you know one of the big arguments that's happened since all these protests over the George Floyd killing began is what is the best way to deal with mass on the street? Is it to. You know sort of the trump administration model of it down. You know, Hammer home the message as as hard as you need to add this that lawlessness or graffiti or to property destruction just simply will not be tolerated in any way, shape or form. Or is it to seek to reduce confrontation and conflict as much as possible so that there's just fewer people in the street and there's and there's less anger industry. That is the debate that's happening all around the country to different degrees. But especially in Portland. Devil and Barrett covers national security and law enforcement for the Post Melissa Lane covers activism and protests for.

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WSJ What's News

04:14 min | 2 months ago

"federal" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"And stay informed. This morning we reported on a Supreme Court decision paving the way for the federal government to resume executions. The first of those was carried out today. Daniel Lewis Lee was put to death for committing three murders in nineteen ninety-six. It was the first federal execution in the US in seventeen years. For more on this, our Justice Department reporter Sadie Gherman is here. CD You had a late night and early morning. So thank you for joining US I why hadn't been a federal execution since two thousand three? Were reasons why there hasn't been a federal execution in about seventeen years but the main reason is that there were just a number of concerns related to the use of three-drug cocktail in federal executions, inmates had had filed many challenges related to this, and so finally in two thousand fourteen. The Justice Department under Eric Holder and Brock Obama. said that they were going to stop executions and review the lethal injection protocol, and that essentially put a moratorium on federal executions Intel last year in July of Twenty nineteen when Attorney General. Bar said he would be restarting the federal debt chamber that they had found a single drug lethal injection protocol, and he had authorized it allowing the executions to proceed, and can you just tell us a little bit more about the drug? Drug it's called a Pinto barbital, it's barbituates and apparently one the sensations that inmates in other executions had apparently felt was a feeling of being drowned or suffocating, and so the inmates in their court filings had pointed to other cases where people had described sort of horrific situations to say that this in fact is cruel and unusual punishment yesterday just hours before the first federal execution scheduled to go forward Monday afternoon. Judge in Washington DC put a halt to the execution, saying that there were still too many concerns about the lethal injection protocol, and that inmates had presented significant evidence that that protocol in fact was unconstitutional. Cruel and unusual punishment, so she put a stop to the executions just hours before they were set to go forward, but obviously the supreme court intervened and overturned that. The Supreme Court was divided on the issue. What arguments did each side Mick well? The conservative justices basically said you know our role is to speedily resolve challenges to the death sentence and lawful sentences, and it said leaving the wisdom of capital punishment to the legislative process, so basically because we have a death penalty under under federal law, we should be able to use it and the liberal justices obviously dissented with two of them, suggesting that the death penalty itself couldn't be applied in accord with the constitution. So, what did these latest developments mean for other? Other federal executions at least in the near term while there are still a number of legal challenges, being filed to try to halt a remaining three executions, two of which are scheduled for later this week and one of which is scheduled for August, but the ruling last night. I guess early this morning. does not bode well for these other inmates still nevertheless there will be eleventh our challenges and I suppose anything could happen, and while this morning's execution was the first federal execution in many years. We've still seen state level executions. Take place, right. That's right, but this resurgence of the federal death penalty comes as many states have done away with the death penalty. Completely fewer states are using it and public opinion has shifted away. From the death penalty and more and more Americans are favoring life imprisonment instead, so it also comes as the corona virus pandemic has caused several states to put a halt to their own executions because of the health risks that are posed by the virus in prisons That was an issue here, but obviously the supreme court wasn't having that either. CD.

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"federal" Discussed on Into America

Into America

01:52 min | 2 months ago

"federal" Discussed on Into America

"Have been a number of the people on federal death row who have been involved in a lawsuit challenging the lethal injection protocol, so the method and the drugs used for lethal injections, which has the form of execution in that the federal government will use to carry. Carry these out so for a number of years that lethal injection those direction lawsuits have been under consideration by federal judges in Washington DC and the most recent judge who had an opportunity to examine the record on those decided that there should be no executions moving forward. Unfortunately, the DC Circuit Court of Appeals reversed her decision, and so at this point, there are a lot of questions concerning the safety of the drug used the method that they're planning to use a single drug. Now. Instead of a cocktail had been used in previous executions, and there have been botched executions at the state level, and so there are still major concerns about. The safety of the drug and obviously when we talk about safety, people might be thinking well. What are you talking about? The person's going to be killed with it. So why does it need to be safe? But the eighth amendment. Prohibits cruelty in the carrying out of a sentence. Now some of US believe that killing somebody is a cruel and unusual punishment in and of itself, but even if you don't hold that belief I think many people would agree that even if you're going to execute somebody, you don't want them to be tortured. As they are meeting their death, and unfortunately some of these botched executions witnesses who have attended them have described very disturbing physical reactions that appear to suggest that the people who are being executed are in great pain, excruciating pain and unable to express themselves verbally while the executions being carried out, so that's why the Federal Court had been permitting hearings and testimony and evidence on the issues related to the the method of the execution.

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Conspiracy Theories

02:11 min | 3 months ago

"federal" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"So while it's easy to turn the symbolism into something conspiratorial. It makes more sense that the dollars designed draws from important parts of American history. As for the Federal Reserve. Being upon in the new world order you have to admit that the World Bank seems to be a step in that direction. It empowers the Federal Reserve on the world stage by using the American dollar as its reserve currency perhaps. But there's very little evidence to prove that the Federal Reserve was ever affiliated with the illuminating to begin with or that the new world order even exists does money by power absolutely is the Federal Reserve upon in various plot to take over the world. I. Don't think so, which is why I give this theory a two out of ten. I entirely agree with that score There's a big difference between a totalitarian new world order that wants to maliciously control the planet in the World Bank that can help impoverished countries in a time of need. And as one of the wealthiest nations in the world, it makes sense that the US dollar would be the World Bank's note of choice that may give the Fed more power but I. don't think it's part of some grand design. After hearing a few, the conspiracy theories surrounding the Federal Reserve I think we can safely say that the most likely scenario is conspiracy theory number one. That, the Federal Reserve caused the Great Depression even the Fed itself admitted to its culpability. Whether the act was nefarious or intentional. Well that's still up for debate. I agree it feels like the most obvious of the three theories that said the Federal Reserve is still alive, and well has still pulls the strings of our economy with little supervision from the government. This means that theory number three could one day become a reality and anyone with money in the bank or stock, market or anyone who uses American dollars at all. Could become a pawn in the Federal Reserve's dangerous game..

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Conspiracy Theories

10:11 min | 3 months ago

"federal" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Number two at two out of ten there might not be concrete evidence of Federal Reserve involvement in the Kennedy assassination, but there was a motive. We know for a fact that President Kennedy ordered silver back money to be printed for circulation, and it's very bizarre that it was recalled immediately after his death. Kennedy's administration aim to take a lot of power away from the Federal, reserve. Perhaps he paid for it with his life, and perhaps his brother did too. So I'm giving this theory a six out of ten, even though there's not much evidence that the Federal Reserve ordered either Kennedy's murder, they are an incredibly powerful organization in their influence extends beyond the United States. Maybe their agenda Dwarf Sameer presidential assassination. In fact, there's evidence that the organization was founded by secret societies like the aluminum, Audie who have a long term plan? Global Domination Coming up, we'll explore our final conspiracy theory that the Federal Reserve is part of the new world order, and now back to the story. Five months after John F. Kennedy signed an executive order calling for a shift to the silver certificate. He was assassinated in Dallas the federal. Reserve has been accused of working with the CIA to orchestrate the president's death, and then doing the same to his brother Robert in nineteen, sixty eight. But it's possible that the Federal Reserve is working towards a global agenda one. That's much more ominous than any presidential assassination one that makes them a call in a much larger machine, which brings us to conspiracy theory number three. The Federal Reserve is an illuminating tool meant to pave the road for a new world order. Ever since the Federal Reserve was created in nineteen thirteen, the United States has suffered a slow but significant devaluation in the dollar and many critics including politician Ron. Paul believed that today. The dollar is on the verge of collapsing. Completely. This would cause economic turmoil. Investors may turn to other countries currencies instead of the US dollar. A disaster on this scale could also lead to a complete financial takeover by more powerful country, but some suggest that that's all part of the plan. Like historian of far-right extremists mark pit cabbage. He claimed the United. States is the last bastion of freedom in the world, but our own government is actually collaborating with the new world order to strip away our rights and freedoms, and once where rendered defenseless, the new world order will sweep in and enslave us like it's enslaved the rest of the world, allegedly those pulling the strings of this new world order are the same organizations that hold most of the world's financial power like the United Nations Wall Street and of course the Federal Reserve the new world order is said to be a clandestine authoritarian world government that demands the subservience unification of every nation. To achieve these goals, the new world order has established fronts too slowly, infiltrate political and financial circles fronts. Leg the Federal Reserve. That's because the new world order uses cash as their weapon of choice as we saw with the Great Depression. Those who control the money hold the power and weaponized money can destabilize the United States and all the other countries that trade with it. Cash has a larger reach and can affect more people than a nuclear bomb. The Federal Reserve is the perfect tool because it can deflate value of the dollar and then buy back control. Control all the board has to do is and a few Zeros to the economy with the click of a mouse. Of course, the idea of a new world order is a hypothetical scenario. We can't prove that it exists, but it has been part of the conversation surrounding some of history's most secretive societies like the freemasons and the aluminum body, dating back to the seventeen hundreds and many of America's founding fathers were thought to be freemasons like George Washington Benjamin Franklin and the nation's First Secretary of Treasury a man who fought for centralized banks. Mr Alexander Hamilton. In Seventeen, seventy six, the same year of the United States the declaration of independence the. Body was founded in Germany. After the society held a secret meeting, known as the congress of films bod in Seventeen, eighty, two many masonic lodges merged with illuminate. Particularly in North America members of the new combined society included powerful political and financial figures, looking to gain global control, and they began by influencing the markets in the latter half of the eighteen hundreds, a German member of the aluminum body named. Jacob Henry Schiff came to the united. States tasked by the highest members of the society to influence the nation's financial system. Over time he climbed the ranks at the banking firm, Kuhn Loeb and company. He also became the director of the national. City Bank of New York the equitable life. Assurance Society and the Union Pacific Railroad according to the truth, about freemasons, aluminum body and. And the new world order by an author with the mysterious pseudonym S. D. S. C. M. W. Schiff allied with New York's big bankers men like JP Morgan Paul Warburg, and the rockefellers, all of whom attended the nineteen ten meeting on Jekyll island to form the Federal Reserve whether or not they join the aluminum body, or sided with them, unwillingly remains a society secret, but shift in the aluminum. Audie needed to make sure that the Federal Reserve Act passed. They did so by manipulating the following year's presidential election schiff, and a few other wealthy American aluminum body members gave a generous contribution to woodrow Wilson's campaign. With their financial support, Wilson won the election. Afterward, he appointed Carter glass. A well liked US representative to propose the Federal Reserve Act to Congress. Sounds a bit like a mutually beneficial quid pro quo. Soon after the bill passed the Federal Reserve's alleged role in the new world order ramped up especially at the tail end of world. War Two forty four countries spent three weeks at a United Nations monetary and financial conference in July, nineteen, forty four, the attendees agreed on the rules and procedures to regulate the global monetary system. The result was to new agencies I the International Monetary Fund which monitored worldwide financial developments and helped with policy and crisis the other was the World Bank which provided financial support to middle or low income countries, and the kicker was both of these agencies agreed to use the American dollar as the reserve currency. Which meant that? The Federal Reserve now had even more control over the global banking system, and this agreement brought the world one step closer to utilizing a single global currency the US dollar. But if these historical accounts aren't enough to convince you. Grab a few bills from your wallet and look for. Conspiracy theorists have long speculated that the Masonic founding fathers infused the society symbolism into American culture. All in an effort to inevitably assure in their new world order, and some examples are printed on the federal. Reserve's one dollar bill note the disembodied, all seeing eye or the eye of Providence, which hovers over the pyramid on the back left side of the bill. This is a common symbol in freemasonry that represents the I of God and the reminder that humanity was always being observed by a higher power. The motto inscribed in the Seal Beneath That pyramid reads novus. Origo. Sick Laura. That's. That's Latin for new order of the ages, which sounds awfully synonymous with new world, order and many argue that the Pyramids Roman numeral marking refers to seventeen, seventy six, the year that the illumination was founded, but it seems more likely that the signifies the year. The declaration of Independence was signed except there's also the repetitive use of the number thirteen. There are thirteen steps on the pyramid and thirteen stars above the Eagle, the Eagle himself holds thirteen arrows in thirteen leaves on his olive branch. The number thirteen has a lot of significance in freemason history as well as in the practice of occult magic, there are even thirteen letters in the phrase new world order, but the number thirteen probably represents the number of American colonies. And Masonic organizations deny connection between the dollars design and their society,.

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Conspiracy Theories

01:54 min | 3 months ago

"federal" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"The Federal Reserve. He was also the leading Democratic candidate for the presidency. On June, fifth, nineteen, sixty eight, he won the Democratic presidential primary in California but that night outside the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles. A twenty four year, old man named Sir Hands Saran. And Killed Robert Kennedy. After Sir Hans Arrest Harvard. Medical School Professor Daniel P Brown examined him. Brown was an expert in forensic psychiatry and hypnosis. Mr Han did not act under his own volition and knowledge at the time of the assassination, and is not responsible for actions co worst, and or carried out by others. Round went on to claim that Sir hand was a real life. Manchurian candidate Brown was referring to the CIA as notorious mind. Control program known as M.. K. Ultra allegedly Sir Hanmi have been under the influence of advanced mind. Control techniques developed by the CIA. They coerced him into doing the governments, or perhaps the feds, dirty work and of the C. I.. A. And the Federal Reserve had worked together before to eliminate President Kennedy then it would make sense that they would collaborate to assassinate his brother to. Accept? There's hardly any evidence that the two organizations ever teamed up Oswald may have been involved with the CIA, which means that organization could have played a role in Kennedy's assassination. But there's nothing to suggest that. The Federal Reserve acted as a third party. It sounds more like the bad blood between Kennedy and the Fed spiraled into a hostile rumor, which is why I'm giving conspiracy theory.

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"federal" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

01:30 min | 3 months ago

"federal" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Cycle seems outlandish. That may be, but the economy had one of its most prosperous periods after World War One. Perhaps they weren't prepared for fluctuations of this magnitude. That were the case. They did nothing to help the broken system. The feds primary job is to be a lender of last resort. Instead they decrease the US money supply by one third, meanwhile, J. P. Morgan's associates gone up the failed banks to profit from later on which is why it's highly likely. The Fed caused the great. Depression, intentionally the men who founded the Fed reap too much profit on a scale of one to ten with ten, being the most believable and one meaning the theory isn't persuasive at all. I give this theory in eight. I'm not convinced. The Fed had some nefarious plan to sabotage the united. States economy! I think their lack of action was due to structural ineffectiveness, so I give this theory, a four out of ten whether or not the Federal Reserve intentionally caused the Great Depression. We can agree. They had their own best interests in mind. Their executives certainly took advantage of the opportunity to enrich themselves, and that might not be the most nefarious thing the Fed has ever done. Three decades after the Great Depression? They may have leveraged their power to rope, the CIA and other players into their plans..

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Conspiracy Theories

03:02 min | 3 months ago

"federal" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"That he received criticism for controlling prices and keeping inflation. Rather than jacking up prices to boost employment. Basically, he took money from companies and put it in consumers hands rather than enriching business owners to create jobs. Greenspan continued to push for low interest rates through the DOT com bubble, and the nine eleven attacks many Credit Greenspan for the longest economic expansion. The United States has ever seen, but after eighteen years, Greenspan left the job in two thousand five. And while the Fed was extremely successful up to that point, the two thousand eight recession brought new criticism author and Congressman Ron Paul published his book end the Fed to shed light on what he considered a dangerous and corrupt institution Paul claim that not only was the Federal Reserve and call. It was unconstitutional. Congress didn't actually have the right to establish A. A centralized bank or create paper money and the Federal Reserve was an institution designed to sidestep these measures through semantics Paul argued in the post meltdown world it is irresponsible, ineffective and ultimately useless to have a serious economic debate without considering and challenging the role of the Federal Reserve ultimately Paul's in the Fed Movement helped increase national skepticism toward the Federal Reserve. Because of its unique position, straddling the line between public and private, the Fed can keep its inner workings close to the chest, and this elusive nature has inspired many conspiracy theories like conspiracy theory number one the Federal Reserve didn't just sit idly by during the Great Depression, they actually caused it. So it's founders could enrich themselves at the public's expense. Conspiracy theory number to the Federal Reserve, ordered the assassination of President John F Kennedy in nineteen, sixty three after JFK signed an executive order handing over more power to the treasury. The Fed may have collaborated with the CIA to kill the thirty fifth president. And conspiracy theory number three the Federal Reserve is a cog in the new world order who may be using the Organization for global domination. The Federal Reserve is one the least understood organizations in our country. We don't know exactly what its goals are because it operates in the shadows. Songs Federal Regulation, they control the most dangerous weapon known to mankind. Our money. Thanks for tuning in to conspiracy theories. We'll be back. Wednesday.

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Conspiracy Theories

03:02 min | 3 months ago

"federal" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"That he received criticism for controlling prices and keeping inflation. Rather than jacking up prices to boost employment. Basically, he took money from companies and put it in consumers hands rather than enriching business owners to create jobs. Greenspan continued to push for low interest rates through the DOT com bubble, and the nine eleven attacks many Credit Greenspan for the longest economic expansion. The United States has ever seen, but after eighteen years, Greenspan left the job in two thousand five. And while the Fed was extremely successful up to that point, the two thousand eight recession brought new criticism author and Congressman Ron Paul published his book end the Fed to shed light on what he considered a dangerous and corrupt institution Paul claim that not only was the Federal Reserve and call. It was unconstitutional. Congress didn't actually have the right to establish A. A centralized bank or create paper money and the Federal Reserve was an institution designed to sidestep these measures through semantics Paul argued in the post meltdown world it is irresponsible, ineffective and ultimately useless to have a serious economic debate without considering and challenging the role of the Federal Reserve ultimately Paul's in the Fed Movement helped increase national skepticism toward the Federal Reserve. Because of its unique position, straddling the line between public and private, the Fed can keep its inner workings close to the chest, and this elusive nature has inspired many conspiracy theories like conspiracy theory number one the Federal Reserve didn't just sit idly by during the Great Depression, they actually caused it. So it's founders could enrich themselves at the public's expense. Conspiracy theory number to the Federal Reserve, ordered the assassination of President John F Kennedy in nineteen, sixty three after JFK signed an executive order handing over more power to the treasury. The Fed may have collaborated with the CIA to kill the thirty fifth president. And conspiracy theory number three the Federal Reserve is a cog in the new world order who may be using the Organization for global domination. The Federal Reserve is one the least understood organizations in our country. We don't know exactly what its goals are because it operates in the shadows. Songs Federal Regulation, they control the most dangerous weapon known to mankind. Our money. Thanks for tuning in to conspiracy theories. We'll be back. Wednesday.

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"federal" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

03:34 min | 3 months ago

"federal" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Federal government, it wasn't technically unconstitutional. His model wasn't too far off from the Bank of North America's in fact Hamilton was a former colleague of Robert Morris and some believe that he was working to keep Morris's agenda alive. Theoretically, the further the banks stayed from political control in the less, the public understood about their inner workings. The easier they'd be to profit from. Except Thomas Jefferson saw right through Hamilton's plan. He argued that because Congress couldn't print money. They also shouldn't create their own bank. The heated debate lasted months. The issue played a part in creating the country's first political parties. Hamilton led the federalists who advocated for a strong centralized government and commercial growth. Jefferson became the face of the Anti. federalists who supported states, rights and believe the constitution should limit the federal government's power. Ultimately Hamilton's party went out in Congress issued a twenty year charter to the First Bank of the United States Hamilton handpicked. The bank's new President Thomas Willing a merchant who had benefited from Morrison's corrupt dealings during the revolutionary. War The first bank acted as the nation's fiscal agent, securing incoming loans in paying its bills. The US government became the largest shareholder in the biggest corporation in America and while it didn't manage the bank. Bank directly it collected a portion of its profits inspected the books from time to time of course, the government flourished when the first bank did well, so they didn't have much incentive to blow the whistle. If they ever found something amiss, unlike the Federal Reserve, the first bank offered loans to private citizens and businesses. It printed its own banknotes backed by gold reserves with those notes in circulation. The US dollar became more powerful. In eighteen eleven, the charter went up for renewal but Alexander Hamilton wasn't alive to defend the banks honor anymore. The pro-bank federalists no longer had congressional power at the end of January. The House voted on whether or not renew the charter. It came down to a tie-breaking vote and the First Bank of the United. States lost. It was subsequently dissolved. Another attempt was made with the Second Bank of the United. States in eighteen sixteen, but it didn't have the support of the newly elected President Andrew, Jackson so the second bank met the same fate as its predecessor, and was also dissolved for the next seventy five years. The United States thrived with only private or state owned banks. That is until nineteen o seven when the new. York Stock Exchange fell almost fifty percent and panic spread throughout the nation. Millions of dollars had disappeared overnight. Coming up the panic of nineteen o seven triggers a top secret meeting of the world's wealthiest men. Knives out the critically acclaimed blockbuster film that audiences love is now free to prime members on prime video. When renowned crime novelist Harlan thrown be dies on the.

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"federal" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

03:43 min | 3 months ago

"federal" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Safely store public funds and take over the government's financial duties like back war debts. And since it would all be done outside of the federal government, it wasn't technically unconstitutional. His model wasn't too far off from the Bank of North America's in fact Hamilton was a former colleague of Robert Morris and some believe that he was working to keep Morris's agenda alive. Theoretically, the further the banks stayed from political control in the less, the public understood about their inner workings. The easier they'd be to profit from. Except Thomas Jefferson saw right through Hamilton's plan. He argued that because Congress couldn't print money. They also shouldn't create their own bank. The heated debate lasted months. The issue played a part in creating the country's first political parties. Hamilton led the federalists who advocated for a strong centralized government and commercial growth. Jefferson became the face of the Anti. federalists who supported states, rights and believe the constitution should limit the federal government's power. Ultimately Hamilton's party went out in Congress issued a twenty year charter to the First Bank of the United States Hamilton handpicked. The bank's new President Thomas Willing a merchant who had benefited from Morrison's corrupt dealings during the revolutionary. War The first bank acted as the nation's fiscal agent, securing incoming loans in paying its bills. The US government became the largest shareholder in the biggest corporation in America and while it didn't manage the bank. Bank directly it collected a portion of its profits inspected the books from time to time of course, the government flourished when the first bank did well, so they didn't have much incentive to blow the whistle. If they ever found something amiss, unlike the Federal Reserve, the first bank offered loans to private citizens and businesses. It printed its own banknotes backed by gold reserves with those notes in circulation. The US dollar became more powerful. In eighteen eleven, the charter went up for renewal but Alexander Hamilton wasn't alive to defend the banks honor anymore. The pro-bank federalists no longer had congressional power at the end of January. The House voted on whether or not renew the charter. It came down to a tie-breaking vote and the First Bank of the United. States lost. It was subsequently dissolved. Another attempt was made with the Second Bank of the United. States in eighteen sixteen, but it didn't have the support of the newly elected President Andrew, Jackson so the second bank met the same fate as its predecessor, and was also dissolved for the next seventy five years. The United States thrived with only private or state owned banks. That is until nineteen o seven when the new. York Stock Exchange fell almost fifty percent and panic spread throughout the nation. Millions of dollars had disappeared overnight. Coming up the panic of nineteen o seven triggers a top secret meeting of the world's wealthiest men. Knives out the critically acclaimed blockbuster film that audiences love is now free to prime members on prime video. When renowned crime novelist Harlan thrown be dies on the.

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"federal" Discussed on Business Basics

Business Basics

09:12 min | 6 months ago

"federal" Discussed on Business Basics

"We're left with a lot of new deal proposals like the glass steagle act and some other new reforms that end up giving the Federal Reserve's responsibilities over to the treasury and what this process does is it allows the Fed to become more focused on certain duties. It'll it'll also Laos the Fed to become more centralized so in effect. It's making the Federal Reserve a more efficient system that we can effectively implement. Us economic policy. So what is the Federal Reserve today? So basically the Federal Reserve is what is known as a bank while simultaneously being the government. Spink IT sells notes and bonds which are basically where consumer gives money to the government and the government uses that money and after a certain period of time depending on the bond length or the note went then the federal government gives that money back to the person who purchased it with interest and each bond rate has an interest rate attached to it which allows the consumer to make money from it in addition to that the Federal Reserve is also responsible for distributing cash apply from the Treasury to the Banks. So that means that it's a whole nother organization within the federal government. That's separate from the Treasury. It's working in tandem with the Treasury to distribute money. But it's not the one producing money dot is the treasury's job. The Fed the Federal Reserve has twelve banks. It has banks in Boston. New York City Philadelphia Cleveland Richmond Chicago. Atlanta Saint Louis. Minneapolis Dallas San Francisco in Kansas City. So these twelve banks all have a president or CEO. Who's responsible for managing that bank and each of these banks are responsible for distributing money to their respective regions and lending major commercial banks money. In addition to those twelve banks the Federal Reserve also has a seven member committee known as the Board of Governors and this board of governors is the one who sets interest rates and they are the ones who help in making public policy them in tandem with the Federal Open Market Committee and another system. We'll talk about so the Board of Governors seven member committee appointed by the President and approved by the Senate and then you have on the seven member committee. A chairman and vice chairman were appointed to buy the precedent and they serve four year terms without any term limits. Sonali mentioned the Federal Open Market Committee. What exactly is that? The Federal Open Market Committee is the Board of Governors plus the president of the New York City Bank and three other of those eleven other Bank Federal Reserve Bank chairs that end up rotating in a yearly fashion. This Federal Open Market Committee meets eight times a year and they're the ones who set federal the Federal Reserve policy they set interest rate guidelines within the interbank market. So what does that mean? Basically banks trade money amongst themselves before they traded to consumers and whenever they traded amongst themselves they have an interest rate that they abide by. And because you have competing banks trading money. You're not going to have one. Banks set an interest rate. What you're going to have is the banks abiding. By the interest rate guidelines set by the Federal Reserve so those banks will trade money amongst themselves by the poll by the range set by the Federal Reserve. And then in turn those banks will for the most part set their own interest rates that they charge consumers or people who they give money to that they loan money to they'll charge them interest rates that are around the same area as the Federal Reserve interest rate guidelines. So that's one aspect of the Federal Reserve in addition to that it can. It's also responsible for introducing money into economy so the Federal Reserve helps to sell bonds. I E drawing money into the Federal Government but in economic downturns the Federal Reserve also buys bonds so therefore advise that bond back it gives money to the consumer whenever the consumer economy have less money than usual and that way the Federal Reserve is giving its money to the consumer and that we'd economy has more money within so if we think back to more recent event than the Great Depression immediately what comes to mind is the two thousand eight recession and we think about that. Did the Federal Reserve have a major impact on alleviating the two thousand eight recession? And so the answer to that. Is that during this time? The Federal Reserve cut interest rates and it did purchase the debts of some struggling corporations. But the problem the would that happen with the Federal Reserve during this time is that the Fed began cutting interest rates in two thousand seven. They thought the economy slowing down. So therefore they decided to cut those interest rates but in two thousand eight was when the problem really hit that was when the economy entered recession territory. And so by the time we were in mid two thousand eight inflation had already started increasing because of those interest rate cuts from two thousand seven that the Federal Reserve's hands were tied behind. Its back to cut interest rates further so the Federal Reserve couldn't do anything with the interest rate aspects beyond two thousand eight. But what they did do was they injected four trillion dollars to the US economy through the purchasing of bonds. Like I mentioned before so. The Federal Reserve played a notable impact in the two thousand and eight recession. All beat not as much as it probably would have liked to given that the interest rate cuts from two thousand seven did significantly hamper. It's ability to affect change in two thousand eight and now we that leads us back to where we are today where we have the krona virus or cove in nineteen and as we've all seen within the last month the massive economic downturn that has occurred and so we've been hearing within the news that the Federal Reserve is thinking of or rather not thinking but it's already taking action and so this action that the Federal Reserve has taken have has already been that they've cut interest rates to zero so the official Federal Reserve Interest Rate Range is zero percent zero point twenty five percent. That's already been done. It happened two weeks ago so Federal Reserve is already on top of that but the problem is and we don't want to run into a similar problem faced with interest rates in two dozen eight so the Federal Reserve is planning to to inject economy money into the economy. Even faster this time than it did in two thousand eight and what you have right now with the current viruses. No one is really willing to lend money what you're seeing. The stock market is that people are dramatically selling their positions in order to get cash back and no one wants to lend money to the corporations. No one's going. Outside of their homes people are told to stay indoors so with no one lending money then that means someone has to and so. The Federal Reserve has announced that it will purchase treasury in corporate bonds in order to lend money and this is pretty significant because a the federal reserve has never delved into corporate bonds before Sadat is pretty. That's a pretty significant action. Additionally I've read that the Federal Reserve is even announcing that it will purchase around seventy five to fifty billion dollars worth of bonds each day if we calculate that over the next two weeks to four weeks. Then we're going to massively out. Then we're going to have a lot more money than four trillion dollars which is how much the Federal Reserve put in in two thousand eight recession. So that's where we are today in terms of the Krona virus and the Federal Reserve's Halsey and it stands on alleviating the economic impact..

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"federal" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"federal" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"As the Federal Reserve looks ahead to the new year officials are considering whether to slow the pace of short-term interest rate hikes, but one of the lessons learned over the course of slowly raising rates since December of twenty fifteen is that smaller moves have a bigger impact on the economy. Joining me now in our studio with more details is Wall Street Journal reporter, rich Louise and sign Rachel. Let's step back for a moment to previous periods of rate hikes, which have been higher. How do they compare with what we're seeing now? So what we're seeing now is the fed has been steadily raising rates for about for three years in when you put it in the context of history, the rate hikes aren't very much, you know, it's not as much as they've hiked in the past. But for variety of reasons, they do seem to be having a pretty big impact on markets on business lending all sorts of things in a way that had not happened in the past. So what are some of the reasons for that wire? Are smaller increases having more of an impact. Well, I don't know if there's a clear cut and dry answer to that. But I think the important thing to think about is the environment that we've come out of. So basically, you had a long long period of unprecedented near-zero interest rates and the economy got used to that. And a lot of things happened because interest rates were essentially near-zero financial products that you know, were cheaper mortgage like mortgages corporate debt loans. You know, other financial products were less appealing to people savings accounts things like that, and you had the fed which also had a huge balance sheet. So all those things created a very specific set of economic conditions. And now that their rates even though they haven't risen that much. They've risen enough to change the the environment. And as you just mentioned. And as you write in the piece for the Wall Street Journal, the Fed's efforts to shrink its portfolio of mortgage and treasury bonds also comes with a lot of unknowns as well, right, right? Yeah. It's it's a very unknown situation, and the they've just been kind of doing it in a careful way and are keeping an eye to see what happens in the question now is what has been happening over the last few months is a ton of market volatility. You know issues with certain types of lending, and you know, the profitability of it. And obviously also have Donald Trump tweeting about break hikes and claiming that they are hindering economic growth. So you kind of are at a moment. Now where people are thinking maybe that the fed could start to change their stance and Rachel as we head into the new year. How does all of this affect consumer borrowing? So a Bank CEO. I I know once put it to me this way. Right back three or SUV, and the fed was was first hiking, and he said, look the first twenty five basis points, the first that's a quarter of a percentage point. It doesn't really matter very much in terms of profits in terms of how consumers behave, but you reach a point where the cumulative effect of the hikes is so great that it changes the way consumers borrow and save money. And I think we are starting to reach that point because of bunch of different types of loans, for instance, mortgages is probably the biggest example, they've become significantly more expensive, and that's hitting home prices..

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"federal" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"federal" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"Can invest in broadband deployment, but it somewhat limited by the the writing the legislation. Yeah. Do you feel like the overall sort of regulatory framework that we're in right now is helping hurting? Could there be more help from the federal government also? So. My opinion, the opinions of the Federal Reserve. There's a significant discrepancy in what's available from one commu the next and our federal dollars going into it, and we're seeing more states setup, rural broadband commissions and putting some funding into it. But we also know that the regulations may not always be up to par making that easy to do. And so when I was out in Cheyenne Wyoming, you know, I was talking to some folks out there that said they have such a high percentage of land that's owned by the federal government and to run conduit in run lines across federal lands, requires a whole other set of regulations. And so if you think about how he deployed trinity a hundred years ago, you know, we recognize that it wasn't profitable for for profit companies to run the lines out twenty miles out to one farmer. And so that's where he got the rule co-ops. And I do think that it's a sticking point right now and trying to figure out how we get our regulations to be in line with deploying broadband ruling in. Still supporting our for profit concept with the internet service providers, Jeremy Higley is a senior community development adviser for the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City on that government intervention. Question Opole last month by the advocacy group, connect Americans. Now found that seventy two percent of respondents. Think congress should be doing more to get broadband access to rural Americans. And here are the events happening this week that are likely to make some new tech news for example, spice world starting today in Austin, Texas. It is not about spices. It's gathering for IT professionals and sys admins. So either your one and you're already there, or you're at work wondering where all the IT people have gone this week and that's where and also don't laugh because seriously people, you don't want to be the next Facebook hack. Do you? And if there's no show tomorrow is because I ran away to Seattle to the smart kitchen summit a business conference to understand the future of food and cooking. This is relevant to my interests. Oh, and there's also the Vanity, Fair new establishments on it with, you know, the CEO of Uber, the CEO of Disney, the publisher of the New York Times me personally, I'd still go to the cooking thing. Okay. Yeah, busted, they didn't invite me to the summit. Fine. And Mondays I have decided are for your Email. Jeffersonville responded to our story on electric cars. And tesla competition and said, there is plenty of charging infrastructure in America at your house. He writes, quote, my Nissan leaf is fully charged every morning just by plugging it into one hundred twenty volt outlet in my garage, and he said, hundred twenty bolt or even two hundred and forty outlets can easily and cheaply be installed in your garage or outside. That's true, Jeff. But I don't think you want me pulling into your driveway to charge up my car if I'm running out of juice on a road trip and thank you to j. for the feedback on this podcast segment, he said, you know what? I love it, but the music is just a little too loud for comfort Jay. We turned it down. Let me know what you think. He also said by the way that he likes our new tagline think so far. Jay is the only one who's noticed. Keep emails come in m. p. tech at marketplace, dot org, or you can tweet me at Molly would I am Molly would the Mets marketplace tech. This is APN.

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"federal" Discussed on We The People

We The People

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"federal" Discussed on We The People

"That are important regulations i am not while i have more of a deregulatory bent than than elizabeth dust fully recognized it in a modern industrialized society that we need to have regulations and we need to have those kinds of protections the question in addition to the fact that obviously regulatory regulations of all kinds which dramatically exceed the number of laws that we have and you can actually still sort of see on a library shelf the entire us code code federal regulations goes on for seemingly for miles and there's all kinds of stuff in those regulations that have daily impact on us i agree completely with elizabeth that while chevron and our efforts may not sound like a sexy topic it ought to be because it's incredibly important has more of an impact on our lives the food that we eat the things that we do how we run our businesses the practically anything in the us code or for that matter in the in the entire body of constitutional laws interpreted by the supreme court these regulations are a lot but this to me is a matter of separation of powers and accountability we elect legislators to pass laws who have to go to the by cameras and presentiment process and they are vallone makers they had been art vested with that authority under article article one of the constitution we don't elect the head of name your agency go through the alphabet and come up with one.

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