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Biden plans for office as Trump refuses to concede

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:56 sec | 2 weeks ago

Biden plans for office as Trump refuses to concede

"Trump's refusal to recognize Joe Biden is the president elect could severely complicate the transition process. The trouble pointed head of a federal bureau, called the General Services Administration is responsible for setting the transition process in motion. But like her boss, she isn't budging. And Janet Napolitano, who was part of Back. Obama's transition team tells connects the signing off on the election result is a big deal trigger some money for the incoming team. It triggers office space, and as important, it triggers access to the existing administration so that agency review teams for the incoming administration can begin to go meet with folks at the agencies that they're going to be taking over. The former head of Homeland Security adds that Joe Biden can waste very little time meeting a slew of death. Lines and appointing 4000 people. The government positions. This standoff with the NSA has reportedly expected to last at least until the end of this week as the final votes are tallied nationwide.

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Marcus Garvey: Leader of a Revolutionary Global Movement

Black History in Two Minutes

03:30 min | Last month

Marcus Garvey: Leader of a Revolutionary Global Movement

"Over one hundred years ago. The Black Nationalist Movement in America reached an unprecedented level of popularity because of the efforts of the charismatic leader of the Universal Negro Improvement Association. Marcus Garvey. Born in Jamaica Garvey grew up in poverty. He came to understand race relations through the lens of British colonialism throughout the Caribbean and Latin America. As his thinking matured. He began to formulate a revolutionary social. Movement. In, nineteen fourteen he founded the Universal Negro Improvement Association. Dedicated to uniting all the black people throughout the world. Two years later. He emigrated to the United. States. For his powerful message quickly gained traction. We walk you'd believe. This country we weren't ever get to work for walk up. By building. On the Great President of Africa for the public of pickering our industrial cocoa educational. At what it could go configure me arrives in an error where blacks are still being lynched regularly in the south around the same time that movies like birth of the nation are showing extra ordinarily racist depictions of African Americans as monsters. You have really charismatic dynamic individual and he's talking about look all places never going to be here in the states is never going to be in. Europe it's going to be in Africa we need to reclaim Africa. So Garvey is going to be preaching a philosophy of black pride. He's GonNa come up with a scheme to repatriate to Africa and he provides a huge sense of hope for millions of African Americans. A centerpiece of Garvey's program was the creation of the black star line a steamship. LAUNCHED TO TRANSPORT AFRICAN AMERICANS WHO WISHED TO EMIGRATE TO AFRICAN? The Black Star Line. Is this idea that Garvey can buy ships through the support of local African American people sending in money? So you can have a share in the Black Star Line. Any ships were GONNA take thousands of people back to Africa to the colony that Garvey was gonNA. Stab wish. But his advocacy for black Americans to move back to Africa drew the attention of the United States government and especially J Hoover's Federal Bureau of Investigation. Which Monitored Garvey's movement seeking grounds for his arrest and deportation. Garvey was growing too powerful Jagger Hoover is going hired their first. Negro. To Subvert Marcus Garvey and eventually they're going to say that he's been committing mail fraud with the Black Star Line Scheme. He's eventually tried arrested placed in jail nineteen, twenty five. He's deported in nineteen twenty seven and he's never allowed to return to the United States, he dies in London in Nineteen. Forty. Garvey's legacy as the father of the modern back to Africa movement cannot be underestimated. He created the largest popular political movement in the history of black America and would be an inspiration both to the anti colonial movement and black nationalist leaders throughout the remainder of the century.

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Efforts to Register and Provide Ballots to Washington, DC Felons in Federal Prisons Face Hurdles

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | Last month

Efforts to Register and Provide Ballots to Washington, DC Felons in Federal Prisons Face Hurdles

"A recent law gives D C. Residents who are incarcerated felons the right to vote but envies NBC four reports just over 1/10 of them have registered for the November election. Part of the problem. The Federal Bureau of Prisons will not share their addresses, citing privacy reasons. Spread out at 107 different federal prisons across the country Board of Elections officials are asking the relatives of inmates for their addresses activist Ron Moten on why he thinks inmate voting is important. We want people who Reince body to not be the problem but to be a part of the solution, and this was a step in the right direction. Modin also says it made voter registration should not be this

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Florida attorney general scrutinizing Bloomberg paying fines for felons to vote

John McGinness

02:39 min | 2 months ago

Florida attorney general scrutinizing Bloomberg paying fines for felons to vote

"Of the state of Florida a couple years ago changed the law to allow convicted felons who have paid their debt to society. And they're no longer there no longer encumbered by the shackles of parole or outstanding fines or for Ah, Foran satisfied the payment of restitution to their victims. One cell that's done, they can vote. Well, it rolled out in such a way as ah, you would assume people were anxious to go vote and actually, it took a course of action on the part of the governor. The Santa's toe, actually impose Greater restriction. Greater clarity prohibiting voting arise for people who still had fines and restitution unsatisfied. So now the Florida attorney General Ashley Moody, I'm sorry and let neglected to mention a big part. Mike Bloomberg, upon learning of this has decided that he will donate money. He's raising money and giving some $16 million To help facilitate the process of voting open the door for felons in Florida to vote in the upcoming presidential election. As a result, the Florida attorney General Ashley Moody, is calling for further investigation into whether billionaire Mike Bloomberg violated state statute when he took this course of action. She has said. She put out information of the media, she said today I sent a letter to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the Federal Bureau of Investigation into potential violations of election laws. She says she has instructed statewide prosecutor to work with law enforcement and any statewide grand jury that the governor may call. Just a day before Mr Bloomberg announced the hefty sum would go towards paying restitution and court finds that prevent Florida felons from voting. This was not missed out on the opportunity was not lost by by several and politics, including Matt Gates, House Republican representing of Florida. In fact, a member of the Judiciary Committee at the Florida attorney, hey pounced on the news of this decision, and Ah urged Moody, the attorney general to take up the criminal investigation against Mr Bloomberg. He points out the statute in Florida under a Florida law. It's a third degree felony for someone to either directly or indirectly provide something of value to impact, whether or not someone votes That's information he has shared with the media. So the question is whether or not paying off someone's finds and legal obligations counts as something of value and his opinion is that it does.

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Washington D.C. Sends Voter Registration Forms To Residents Incarcerated For Felonies

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Washington D.C. Sends Voter Registration Forms To Residents Incarcerated For Felonies

"In prison or getting a hand with voter registration in D. C. The board of Elections sent 2400 registration forms just 107 prisons across the country, where D C residents are serving their time. The board is also working with the Federal Bureau of Prisons to make sure Inmates get the forms and then return them on time so they can cast an absentee ballot for the November election. D C recently became the nation's first place to restore voting rights to convicted felons who are still behind bars.

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Trump To Withdraw Polarizing Nominee To Lead Bureau Of Land Management

All Things Considered

00:13 sec | 3 months ago

Trump To Withdraw Polarizing Nominee To Lead Bureau Of Land Management

"The Trump Administration is withdrawing its controversial nominee to lead the Federal Bureau of Land Management. William Perry Pendley has been leading the bureau for a year, but critics say he spent his career legally challenging the

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Ponzi king Madoff's brother released from home confinement

Big Impact

00:27 sec | 3 months ago

Ponzi king Madoff's brother released from home confinement

"The The younger younger brother brother of of Ponzi Ponzi King King Bernard Bernard Madoff's Madoff's been been released released from from home home confinement confinement and and from from federal federal custody. custody. Peter Madoff, who had served about nine years of his sentence, was released from home confinement, according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons. He had been transferred to home confinement from the Federal Correctional Institution in Miami in November 2019. Officials said the 74 year old Madoff had pleaded guilty to falsifying documents and lying to regulators is part of his brother's Ponzi scheme. And was sentenced to 10 years in prison.

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q2nd federal inmate at southern Illinois prison dies of COVID

WBBM Evening News

00:17 sec | 4 months ago

q2nd federal inmate at southern Illinois prison dies of COVID

"A second inmate diagnosis. TTE with covert 19 of the federal prison in Marion, Illinois, has died this week. The Federal Bureau of Prisons is 39 year old Taiwan. Davis died Wednesday at a hospital where he was receiving treatment is death follows that on Sunday of 65 year old girl

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Judge denies former Dallas Mayor Pro Tem Dwaine Caraway’s request for home confinement

The Dallas Morning News

01:18 min | 4 months ago

Judge denies former Dallas Mayor Pro Tem Dwaine Caraway’s request for home confinement

"Showed that a federal judge denied former Dallas mayor pro tem. dwaine caraway's request yesterday to be released from prison to home confinement sixty, eight year, old caraway had asked to serve his sentence at home because of health concerns related to. To the coronavirus, his attorney, Michael Payment wrote in a court filing. Last week. That care way is clearly a high risk prisoner because of his age and numerous health issues caraway returned from the Dallas City Council and pleaded guilty in August. Twenty eighteen to taking about four hundred, fifty, thousand dollars in bribes and kickbacks over several years from men responsible for the downfall of school bus agency Dallas, county schools, US district. Judge. Barbara. Barbara Lynn sentenced caraway. In April, twenty nineteen to serve fifty six months in prison for his role. In the corruption case, he could have received up to seven years. Lynn denied the motion to have caraway moved to home confinement ruling that he did not support his claim that he had extraordinary or compelling circumstances that would warrant the transfer caraway was sent to a minimum security federal facility in spring about three hundred miles west. West of Dallas data from the federal. Bureau of Prisons shows that six staff members. There have active COVID, nineteen cases. No active cases were listed for inmates. The Dallas Morning

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Judge halts execution amid claims inmate isn’t mentally fit

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 4 months ago

Judge halts execution amid claims inmate isn’t mentally fit

"The federal bureau of prisons had been set to execute another inmate today but a judge has put that on hold mostly IRA perky was scheduled to die by lethal injection in what would have been the federal government's second this week but a judge in Washington DC imposed to injunctions halting the execution after perky's lawyers made the case that he suffers from dementia and can no longer grasp why he's slated to die he was convicted of a gruesome nineteen ninety eight kidnapping and killing in Kansas city Missouri the victim was a sixteen year old named Jennifer along one of the injunctions halts not only perky's execution but another scheduled for Friday and one in August the justice department is appealing both cases Ben Thomas Washington

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Judge halts execution amid claims inmate isn’t mentally fit

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 4 months ago

Judge halts execution amid claims inmate isn’t mentally fit

"The federal bureau of prisons had been set to execute another inmate today but a judge has put that on hold mostly IRA perky was scheduled to die by lethal injection in what would have been the federal government's second this week but a judge in Washington DC imposed to injunctions halting the execution after perky's lawyers made the case that he suffers from dementia and can no longer grasp why he's slated to die he was convicted of a gruesome nineteen ninety eight kidnapping and killing in Kansas city Missouri the victim was a sixteen year old named Jennifer along one of the injunctions halts not only perky's execution but another scheduled for Friday and one in August the justice department is appealing both cases Ben Thomas Washington

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Washington, DC judge stops federal execution amid claims inmate has dementia

Tony Katz Today

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

Washington, DC judge stops federal execution amid claims inmate has dementia

"A judge stop the execution of a man at the federal prison in Terre Haute named Wesley Perky who has Alzheimer's and paranoid schizophrenia and the U. S. Constitution is clear that you can't execute a person who has no understanding of why it is. The execution is going to be carried out. Robert Dunham, head of the Death Penalty Information Center, U S District Judge Tanya Chunkin in Washington, D C imposed to injunctions today. That prohibit the Federal Bureau of Prisons from moving forward with Perkies execution. The Justice Department filed immediate appeals. Perky was convicted of raping and murdering a 16 year old girl. They were

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Ex-Trump lawyer Michael Cohen taken back into federal custody

The Adam Carolla Show

00:36 sec | 5 months ago

Ex-Trump lawyer Michael Cohen taken back into federal custody

"This didn't last too long. Former trump lawyer Michael Cohen was taken back into custody Thursday morning, and is now at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn after the Federal Bureau of Prisons said cone violated the conditions of his home confinement. How did he do that? Well, reports are that he was seen at a restaurant in Manhattan, which raised concerns that he was. was in violation of his home confinement terms. If that name rings a bell, he was the former attorney of president trump who is imprisoned last year after pleading guilty to several charges, and he was released to to home confinement, but he just couldn't stay home. It was time to go out and get a

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Former Trump Lawyer Michael Cohen Is Back In Federal Prison

Mark Levin

00:28 sec | 5 months ago

Former Trump Lawyer Michael Cohen Is Back In Federal Prison

"Cohen, is back in custody for violating the terms of his covert related released daily News reporting, Cohen refused a man to not publish a book book on on the the president. president. His His attorney, attorney, Geoffrey Geoffrey Levin, Levin, says says he's he's reached reached out out to to the the Federal Federal Bureau Bureau of of Prisons. Prisons. But But every every minute minute that that we're we're waiting waiting he he in in a a compromised compromised state, state, which which is is why why he he got got released released under under covert covert 19. 19. And And the the cares cares act. act. Is Is now now at at risk risk again. again. Going Going was was also also photographed photographed Eating Eating at at a a Manhattan Manhattan restaurant. restaurant. President President Trump says his

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Michael Cohen back in custody after refusing terms of home confinement

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:32 sec | 5 months ago

Michael Cohen back in custody after refusing terms of home confinement

"Personal attorney, Michael Cohen, is back in custody for violating the terms of scope and related release. His attorney, Geoffrey Levin, outside the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, says he's reached out to the Federal Bureau of Prisons. But every minute that we're waiting he in a compromised state, which is why he got released under covert 19. And the cares act is now at risk again going was allowed to leave the federal prison in May because of concerns over Corona virus outbreak and allowed to serve the remainder of his sentence at home. He was also photographed eating at a Manhattan restaurant. Bob

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Gun sales are off the charts

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:21 sec | 5 months ago

Gun sales are off the charts

"Are rushing to buy guns as the covert 19 pandemic and protests over police brutality combined with US presidential politics. To fuel the unprecedented demand. Firearm background checks compiled by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, A proxy for gun purchases jumped to a record in the month of June as street demonstrations spread across the US Gregg Jarrett. Bloomberg Radio. Facebook

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New dates set to begin federal executions

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 5 months ago

New dates set to begin federal executions

"The justice department has set new dates to begin executing federal death row inmates following a months long legal battle over the plan to resume the executions for the first time since two thousand three Attorney General William Barr director of the federal bureau of prisons to schedule the executions beginning mid July three of four inmates had been scheduled to be put to death when Barr announced the federal government would resume executions last year lawyers for those inmates are asking the Supreme Court to order a stop to the

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U.S. attorney general orders execution dates set for four federal inmates

War Room

00:34 sec | 5 months ago

U.S. attorney general orders execution dates set for four federal inmates

"Department of justice sets new dates to begin federal execution the justice department plans to begin the first federal execution since two thousand three next month at the direction of Attorney General William Barr the federal bureau of prisons scheduled three executions to take place days apart beginning July thirteenth the fourth execution is scheduled for late August federal executions were scheduled to begin last December but some of the inmates filed legal challenges against the justice department's new single drug procedure in April an appeals court threw out a judge's order that had put the executions on

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"federal bureau" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:37 min | 6 months ago

"federal bureau" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"The federal bureau of prisons in a rare move they issued a statement reversing the earlier released to home confinement and stamp denied they said that the former Detroit mayor will remain at the Oakdale prison in Louisiana despite reports of covert nineteen cases hello friends did not give a reason for the review or for keeping the former mayor behind bars but this decision apparently contradicts what president trump told state representative Karen Quinn said a last week in Detroit when it crashes say in an implant when the president was in town and said that the former mayor would be released we have so far no comment from either the president or from one set but that may change reporting live Charlie Langton WGBH radio nine fifty we still have some scattered power outages around town this morning about twenty seven hundred total according to the D. T. E. outage map Macomb county particularly hard hit especially Roseville and Eastpointe and Saint Clair shores also there's a large outage in Redford D. T. E. says it's got forty three crews out there in the field working to fix things Republican leaders in Lansing save the boat dock story is not a laughing matter after the governor said her husband was just joking W. WJZ via chief Tim skill Vicky is live the local with more a good morning Tim good morning guys via the governor is off to Midland to run a survey the damage of that flowed from last week but she also leaves behind some damage of a role in the she said her husband was only joking when she asks to try to move to the head of the line a body that pointing out to the guy who puts in the docks up north that you know what time the husband to the governor the governor explained yesterday it was a bad joke she wasn't laughing and she knew what the political implications would be and here they are now the Republican chair of the the state Republican Party said how many times has he used this joke is there a double standard in play as the Republicans basically are listening to the governor's explanation and they're not applauding reporting live from Lansing to scripture W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty some Michigan casino is getting ready to reopen these are tribal casinos that don't have to follow state orders they include fire keepers in battle creek soaring eagle Mount Pleasant bay mills up in Brimley and gun lake over in west Michigan their grand rapids some of them will be open the end of this week there will be new restrictions capacity I'll be limited some of the casinos are saying guess we'll have to wear masks and smoking will be prohibited also some Detroit area shopping mall say they're ready to reopen Great Lakes crossing in Auburn hills twelve oaks in Novi they're ready to give it a go tomorrow Somerset scheduled to open on Friday the number of customers will be limited and at some stores will have to have an appointment what a week into the restart of our production of plants are running with fewer than expected problems here is W. WJW reporter Jeff Gilbert we're starting to see more plants re opened in Mexico no word though when GM may be able to restore those delayed second shift at its pick up plants still IHS Markit analyst Mike Robinette says a restart is gone as well as could be expected I think the vehicle manufactures just happen to be building vehicles again are they know that the ramp up curves are are gonna change are indeed different from facility to facility in the work through those issues analysts say it could be well into summer before plants achieve their production goals Jeff Gilbert W. W. J. before you go nineteen fifty a Eminem says shoot him a text and join in the celebration of a big anniversary let's go live to W. W. chase rob St Mary for the story good morning rob good morning Roberta.

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"federal bureau" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"federal bureau" Discussed on KCBS All News

"In order for the federal bureau of alcohol tobacco and firearms is here to as a routine response because of the wave of housing construction arsons in uptown in west Oakland over the last seven years this development is much smaller than those in weather was arson or not Wilson is insured will be worth it to start construction all over again the pressing is sad because we put a lot of effort into it in Oakland Doug softened KCVO one East Bay City now has the highest minimum wage in the country at sixteen thirty an hour KCBS is Matt Bigler reports at some restaurant say they have to choose between raising prices and laying off workers while waiters and cooks said Emeryville eateries are benefiting from the higher minimum wage some businesses are struggling to pay sixteen thirty an hour get sixteen dollar an hour figure cumulate into twenty two to twenty eight dollars an hour we have all the other costs associated with the wage Michael royal labor professor at the university of Illinois says many employers are being forced to lay off workers we see more and more jobs being lost to automation and with artificial intelligence that trend is is going to accelerate he says some cities may have hit the ceiling for minimum wage more the increases are actually starting to hurt the economy it's not one employer who will will cry ouch it's you'll need a lot and it'll take the passage of time before we know that we had that level still others say even sixteen dollars an hour isn't enough to live on in the bay area and some are even advocating for a guaranteed basic income which would take some of the pressure off of employers Matt Bigler KCBS coming up on KCBS I'm he's been Coney a may your settlement means a big payout for one utilities rate payers why many are happy about it well we are going to contest the settlement it's ten away let's check on traffic.

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"federal bureau" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"federal bureau" Discussed on KQED Radio

"So from two thousand sixteen to twenty seventeen we had twenty two state prison systems across the country representing a geographically diverse range of states as well as the Federal Bureau of prisons reporting to our study database every month for an entire year. And each month. They would report a variety of outcomes how many pregnant people were admitted how many births there were miscarriages abortions stillbirths maternal deaths, and that's how we collected the data. And I noticed that Florida, California and New York were not included in this report, and they have some of the largest prison populations in the country. That's right. Those three states along with Texas and Ohio had the largest populations of female prisoners in the country, Texas and Ohio. We're in our study, New York, Florida and California declined to participate participation was voluntary. But despite this our data represent. Fifty seven percent of females in prison in the US. Also, more than half more than half something that your study doesn't get into is that there are ripple effects from these births that are happening in prison. There are babies separated sometimes immediately from their mothers and never see their mothers again. That's right. We know that children who are separated from their mothers because they're in custody. They are more likely to end up in the foster care system, even from birth and everything is stacked against them already and their opportunities for emotional stability and support stable housing education. And they're also more likely to be incarcerated themselves in the future. So the impact of these pregnancies on the next generation on families on communities, particularly communities of color is profound. That's Dr Caroline suffering of Johns Hopkins swell of medicine. She's the author of jail care finding the safety net for women behind bars. Thanks so much for coming in today. Thanks so much for having me Elsa. This is NPR news. It's news. I'm Tara Siler newly released police misconduct. Records reveal that Richmond. Officer was fired from the force for lying to investigators over the 2016 sexual exploitation scandal involving a teenager and more than thirty officers from departments across the bay area. Here to bring us up to date on this is Kay cuties sukey. Lewis sukey is part of the California reporting project that's a collaboration of thirty three newsrooms across the state reporting on police misconduct records unsealed this year under a new law and sukey Jared tongue is the Richmond officer who was fired for making false statements..

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"federal bureau" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"federal bureau" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Three notes in short order. The most substantive has to judge if a drug war is considered part of a drug trafficking crime. He's related to a weapons charge during the trial. Prosecutors showed photos of who's Mons diamond encrusted pistol and gold plated AK47. chump who is accused of running a massive drug trafficking ring from within two decades, the volume of drugs with staggering. The defense contends. Guzman was not the drug Lord described by prosecutors. Instead he worked for the real boss into cartel acting attorney General Mattis, you would occur made an appearance telling prosecutors, good luck. At Brooklyn federal court, Peter, hence, gold, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty it's five O five lawyers for the inmates to win five days without power or heat at a detention center in Brooklyn today filed a lawsuit against the Federal Bureau of prisons. The suit claims the bureau violated the constitutional rights of the sixteen inmates there by denying legal visit after last Wednesday's fire which caused the power failure. The suit says the inmate suffered in inhumane conditions, and the response was woefully inadequate. The Justice department says it's working with the bureau of prisons to review what happened. The discovery of highly toxic chemicals in long island's water supplies, prompting calls for new federal water, safety standards. So feel hall has the story the cancer causing chemicals PF away NPFL west can be removed using carbon filters the problem. Private drinking wells and a lot of the public systems. Do not have the costly filters in place. Senator Charles Schumer wants a drinking water standards to be set by the federal government to keep our water safe. He says, however, the acting EPA head says he does not know if he will push for the new regulations today, we are announcing war going to try to hold up his nomination unless he does this. And if that doesn't work pass legislation requiring the federal government under the clean water act, put out standards about PF, always and PFOS's. Andy says the water on Long Island is very important. We have an amazing aquifers in it gives us. Great drinking water at a relatively low cost. It doesn't have to be piped in from hundreds of miles away. But if that water isn't clean what good is it. Sophia hall WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty health officials have their eyes on a couple of measles cases in our area that story in three minutes. When it comes to your identity and the personal information on your devices. There's no soundtrack to.

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"federal bureau" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"federal bureau" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The Federal Bureau prison says the power is back on at a detention center in New York City where on Sunday protesters clashed with guards and we're pepper sprayed. It was a chaotic scene as Yvonne. Merchants and tried to get inside the jail to see her son Desmond correction officer told me the backup and get out as more people start coming in. They pushed all of us. Dax they start spray spray in the jail was on lockdown without lights and power after an electrical fire last Saturday caused the outage. It was also a heating congressman Jerry Nadler who visited the facility says he wants answers. It's apparent to me that when this is over we are going to have to have some hearings as general. Not only procedures sufficiency of heating and some other things in these facility at the metropolitan detention center Brooklyn, I'm Julie Walker. More of these stories from townhall dot com. European Union powers have officially recognized opposition leader one guy DOE as interim president of Venezuela. More on that from correspondent Charles de LA desma Britain has joined Germany Spain Sweden and France in recognizing Guido with Thornton sixty Jeremy hunt saying, but Waylon President Nicolas Maduro have not called for a new presidential election within the eight day time limit set, while Sweden's foreign minister says the election that brought Madurai was neither three nor in Spain prime minister Pedro Sanchez illegitimate zero to move promptly towards a fresh vote. And German Chancellor Angela Merkel says quite is the legitimate. Interim president I'm Charles. On Wall Street, it's closing bell. The Dow Jones industrial average posting up one hundred seventy five point gain it twenty five thousand two hundred thirty nine the.

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"federal bureau" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"federal bureau" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The Federal Bureau of prisons has notified the city of Philadelphia that it won't be paying its water Bill for the detention center because of the partial government shutdown KYW's city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports the bureau sent a letter to the water department saying it's service is needed to maintain the minimum level of expected activity necessary to protect life and property. So that it must keep providing the service, but the government's obligation to pay is contingent on the availability of appropriated funds. Thus there will be no payment until there is an appropriation. At that time. The letter says payments will be made retroactively and with interest. It's a form letter addressed to dear contractor. So it's likely that many were sent out, but no one could be reached at the bureau of prisons to ask about it. The city declined to comment, Pat, Loeb, KYW NewsRadio. Two house committees are pressing ahead with investigations and the President Trump's finances Deutsche Bank confirms it has received an enquiry from the House Financial Services, and the house intelligence committees the democratic majority in the house is investigating the Trump administration and the president's possible conflicts of interest, a two thousand eight financial disclosure report shows Trump has liabilities of at least one hundred thirty million dollars with your Bank Trust company Americas a unit of the German Bank. Those liabilities are connected to the Trump International hotel in downtown Washington. Linda Kenyon, Capitol Hill. Police are looking for a pair of suspects who installed a skimming device on an ATM and eve township New Jersey it happened Tuesday at an ATM outside the citizens Bank on route seventy three in Marlton. Thirty say the two men attached to small electronic device over the card slot to record customers accounted for mation, then attached to small pinhole camera hidden inside in LED light to the ATM record users entering their pin number. The two men were captured by security camera. Inside the ATM photos of the suspects can be seen on our website KYW, NewsRadio dot com. And anyone who recognizes the man is asked to contact the police department. Italy will have to pay up after an international court. Founded violated, Amanda Knox's rights when it investigated the killing of a roommate back in two thousand and seven Europe's human rights court has ordered Italy to pay Amanda Knox twenty thousand dollars in damages for police failure to provide legal assistance and a translator during a long night of questioning in November two thousand seven Knox was questioned on the matter of her British roommate Meredith Kirch the court also ruled there was insufficient evidence to support her claims of police mistreatment not spent four years in an Italian prison before being acquitted of the murder Sabina castle. Franko CBS news. Legislators in New Jersey have taken the first step toward taking the minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour by twenty twenty four assembly labor committee concluded a lengthy hearing by approving the measure along partisan lines. Here's KYW's David Madden assembly speaker, Craig Coughlin helped drop the accord with the Senate and the Murphy of industry for several months and concedes. It's not perfect. But no, New Jersey and working fulltime should be living in poverty. And I think if you pass this Bill out of committee will take the next step in making sure that that doesn't occur supporters pointed out the need, even as they found problems with the legislation businesses talked of their concerns mostly over cost. Tom Bracken heads up the state chamber of commerce. We're not naive to think that the minimum wage is not going to be increased. But the slower the pace of the increase and the more exemptions the less impact it will have on the negative unintended consequence. The Bill now goes to the appropriations committee the plan calls for the first step for eight eighty five to ten dollars an hour to come on July one. David madden. KYW newsradio. I'm Steve MacKenzie. Get.

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"federal bureau" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"federal bureau" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"So Chevron deference is this idea that if congress is a does not explicitly address a question in a statute, then whatever administrative authority, they give to an executive agency, then the executive can basically interpret it and implement it any way that it wants as long as it's reasonable. And so the courts aren't going to second guess the agency if congress hasn't spoken, so you have a twofold problem where the court is saying we're not going to override the agency's decision, but they're not putting the onus back on congress than congress early needs to step up and say, wait a second. There is way too much administrative perogatives going onto basically be their own interpretation of the law, and and as long as they themselves as reasonable than they can go ahead and act. According to the statute anyway, that they want so this particular case in this was the one case that this past Monday was actually granted for review biz gives an opportunity for the court to a really roll back. The administrative state and say we're going to to to rollback, Chevron, and some of the other out flowing cases, say the administrative state has gotten way too large goes completely against the separation of powers and a legislative authority of congress. But really, even if they do that drew congress needs to step up, and how how much do we say that on so many different issues, but congress really needs to step up, and they need to legislate much more explicitly. So that we don't have this crazy grant of just humongous authority to the administrative state and executives eight will of is kind of it's kind of a double bind because by giving this much power to regulatory agencies. Congress gets off the hook for its own decisions. They can blame the regulatory agencies for the things that they do without saying that and say it's not in the law. Was just what they did. But at the same time, it encourages them not to pass laws not to do anything because they can depend on the regulatory state to to do it. It's actually a collapse it threatens a collapse of democratic legislation. I think yeah. And it threatens the cops of separation of powers, we have separation Paris for reasons that we have a legislative branch, and then we have an executive that cannot legislate. And so as a practical example for people who maybe thinking getting in the weeds a little bit look at the immigration decisions. And so because congress through legislation abdicated so much of their immigration authority to the executive and President Trump rightly cited his ability to attest to close the borders or to deny entry that really needs to fall under congress, and they specifically have immigration authority under article one section eight, but they're unwilling to do that. Because they can't get it together to pass commonsense. Legislation on that. So they're saying, you know, what executive one you do this you have border control. You have s you have. Of these regulatory agencies. You do it and my eyes watering for some reason, I promise it's not be I'm not crying over your beard. Yeah. I know. And so so with the immigration issue. I mean, it's that with the with the trade TPA authority with all of these things that congress has legislated basically, saying we're just giving this to the executive branch they can determine what they wanna do. Then congress sits back and says, hey, not our fault. That's it is is an amazing system. It's like a catch twenty two where they never have to do anything. And really seems like only the courts can get us out of it at this point. At least for now. Jen, it's always great to see you. And I probably won't see you before Christmas merry Christmas merry Christmas. They're always great to be with you doctors. But. You know, it's interesting bringing up this. The immigration thing, which is one of the one of the places where the administrative state has essentially paralyzed congress. There's a story now about a girl who died in federal custody that that is being that is being used to again once again to to demonize is in demonize, the the laws of seven-year-old Guatemalan girl who died in border control custody, and what the left is kind of burying is that she was in. She was dehydrated when she arrived from her trip and the the federal authorities Chopard her to get her medical care and she died anyway..

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"federal bureau" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"federal bureau" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"That's why I loved this. Congressman Denny heck with the most original take on the entire thing. And prepare to say something I've never said the writings on the wall the walls are closing in. And this is the beginning of the end for the Trump administration. I think we should just tack that onto number twelve that today is a turning point today was historically bad for President Trump today was a turning point point where. A turning point here the beginning of the end for the Trump presidency. Beginning of the end breaking news. We've another bombshell Mike Pence might have to assume the office of the presidency that call for impeachment mumblings of the word impeachment. Breaking news. Bombshell out of the White House. I believe this is the beginning of the end. It's really the beginning of the end, the beginning of the end, he may be feeling the walls closing in on all the walls closing in on Hannah walls closing in on him. Rigi news new bombshell. One astrologer says this means the beginning of the end for President Donald Trump, the beginning of the end of the Trump presidency resigned. Trump is going to resign the tipping point. I know we've said it over and over and over and over this is a tipping point over and over raking news, President Trump off the rails. Who's the beginning of the end today? The beginning of the end, it reminds me a lot of molasses days of Nixon breaking news tonight. New bombshell is the beginning of the end. It's another yet another beginning of the end. We're going to stay on with Facebook and YouTube today, let you hear the whole show is Jennifer Ellison's coming up. Do not forget to see to listen to or watch. Another kingdom. The final episode. The last dragon everybody can get it now. But that is no reason not to subscribe to daily wire dot com where you can go back and watch both the first and the second season of the amazing visuals that are there for the second season of really just great to watch. But in any case go on and please leave a five star review every you're looking and maybe a nice comment. I think you're gonna love it. If you haven't listened to it yet, really think you will love it. You can now get the whole story right away from one to ten if you want to binge it. But it even stars, they fabulous and lovely and occasionally lovely Michael Knowles. But let us go to Genoa Ellis. She is I shouldn't have to I shouldn't have to introduce her anymore. But I do it just for my own personal pleasure. She's the director of the Dobson policy center. A contributor to the Washington Examiner of the federal federal est and our own daily wire her book is the legal basis for a moral constitution, a guide for Christians to understand America's current constitutional crisis genetic it's been I don't know days. It's great to see. And I'm loving the Ted Cruz beard, Iraq. Did you like it? Yeah. All right. All right. Let's say you're in season. Season with everyone and all the liberals who love Ted Cruz beards. Now, maybe they'll start tuning in love you to. I think it would take more than a beard, but I'll I'll. A live in all live. And so I wanted to talk to you. I mean, there's been a bunch of things happening at the supreme court level that I just think a really interesting the first one I believe it was just one a plan parent. Could who'd case correct me if I'm wrong three three it was three. All right. So I thought so it was more than just three cases that the court refused to hear and Gorsuch and cavenaugh actually agreed with that sentiment. So could you could you give us like an outline of what the cases were and what they were looking for. Yes. It'd be issue here. Although Planned Parenthood ways involved in a sense the issue was whether or not in Medicaid recipient had a private right of action to challenge a state decision to defunding Planned Parenthood. So that we're dealing with a civil case, we're not dealing directly with the question of abortion. And the main thing that we need to take away from this is that the very same docket. Actually went and looked at it. There was one case that was granted for cert- on that same day for review..

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"federal bureau" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"federal bureau" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"And Joe don't just believe in left this Fiat's issuing left this fiancee's from the bench who by cutting back the regulations that prescribed people's freedoms by all the things that Trump has done that really have made this. The country better than it was under Obama. We're supposed to let that go because he has done things that we disapprove of. But which are nowhere near as bad as what the Democrats have been doing for all these years. They ran a candidate against Trump who is part of this. Hillary Clinton was part of this you she was part of the intimidation game that they used to silence these women. And so now what you're watching. Is you watch Stephanopoulos. This guy who did this basically guy Stephanopoulos was Michael Cohen Stephanopoulos was Michael Cohen for Bill Clinton you. So you're watching Michael Cohen of the past interviewing Michael Cohen of the present trying to reestablish his reputation play cut play cut number three. Why do you think President Trump is lashing out against you such a personal way daily? Almost now calling you week calling. You a liar is he afraid seems like it. That's what he does. That's what he does. Are you frayed of him? Good to be on the wrong side of the president of the United States of America. But somehow or another this task has now fallen onto my shoulders, and his I also stated that I will spend the rest of my life in order to fix the mistake that I made you How you gonna gonna do do. that? Don't know. That's wonderful. That is wonderful. He says it is the task has fallen on my shoulders the task is fallen on my shoulders. This is save our nation. And this is George Stephanopoulos, basically, reestablish trying to establish sympathy. You know, why is he attacking you? So personally, he's trying to establish sympathy for this guy and trying to get make make some kind of transition from cheap thuggish lawyer for Donald Trump into sympathetic characters. And why is he doing well? Of course, we all know why he's doing it. Because he is Michael Cohen, George Stephanopoulos is the Michael Cohen of the past trying to reinstate the Michael cone of the president. And of course, we're hearing this. Here's Representative Denny. Hey, he's got the best. He's got the most original take on this. You know before we play that. Let's pause for just a minute. Let's hear from Donald Trump himself because Donald Trump put forward an argument. Of course, you expect Trump to make an argument in favor of himself. But his argument is actually pretty good. Let's listen to that. I cut through mutated. I never directed him to do anything wrong. Whatever he did. He did on his own. He's a lawyer a lawyer who represents a client is supposed to do the right thing. That's what you pay them a lot of money, etc. Etc. He is a lawyer. He represents a client. I never directed him to do anything. Incorrect a wrong, and he understands said look he did some bad things unrelated to me maybe related to his other clients. I wasn't his only client. Yeah. The clients. He did some bad things and income tax evasion. I heard about taxicab I heard about a lot of things. Now, I'm not reading about any of that stuff. Because what he did is he made a deal to embarrass me in order to embarrass me. They cut his his term down pretty pretty terrible stuff. And then when it comes to the pain off of women Trump's says this, and it's I I hate to say it, but it's a perfectly good arguments. It's such a sad argument. But it really is. It really is good. This is cut to. Nobody except for me would be looked at like us..

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"federal bureau" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"federal bureau" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"We all are, and he is a outsized character with outsized flaws and outside abilities, it seems but it's it's insane. The only difference between Obama and Clinton the dishonesty and corruption of Obama Clinton and the dishonesty of Donald Trump. The only difference is the press. The only difference is this massive massive corporate machine to cover up for the Democrats and expose the Republicans. That's the difference between them I'm not praising the fact that the last few presidents, we've had with the exception of George W Bush have been kinda bad guys. I'm not saying that's a wonderful thing. What I'm saying is the difference between the Republican bad guys. And the democrat bad guys is the Democrats have the press to cover up. You have to take a look at this interview between George Stephanopoulos, and Michael Kohn. Let's play. Well, let's play the first cut of Michael cone and Stephanopoulos. This is where everything went wrong between Darryl. Michael Cohen who member said, he would take a bullet for Donald. Trump. He didn't mean a real bullet. He didn't mean anything just meant. He the minute. He was in trouble. He would turn on him. But here is Michael Cohen talking to George Stephanopoulos today BBC. Time. I was around you many many years ago where you seem to be having fun. There was a lot of fun going on at the Trump organization where redound Trump enjoyed working with my colleagues there as well. When did it change, you know, I can't give you a specific time that when from point A to point B, it was just a change. I will tell you that the gentleman that is sitting now in the Oval Office sixteen hundred Pennsylvania Avenue is not the Donald Trump that I remember from Trump Tower. He's a he's a very different individual with happened to him. I think the pressure of the job is much more than what he thought it was going to be. It's not like the Trump organization where he would bark out orders and people would blindly follow what he wanted done. There's a system here. He doesn't understand the system. So I just want to remind you what you're looking at here. You're looking at George Stephanopoulos who worked in what they call the war room silencing women, what they what Hillary Clinton referred to as Bimbo eruptions. That's George Stephanopoulos who intimidated and silenced women for the Clinton campaign interviewing Michael Cohen, who only paid them off at least they made a profit right hit. Let's just go back. This is from that that famous documentary. I think it's called the war room, George Stephanopoulos. Talking to a reporter bullying reporter is his nineteen Ninety-two. He's Boina reporter into killing story about as Hillary Clinton would put a Bimbo. Eruption a woman who said she had either been raped by or harassed by or had slept with Bill Clinton. I guarantee you that if you do this. In working every day. Maybe I wanted on matters. You'll be married for national festival. People will think nobody will believe in and people will think is coming. That the alternatives. You don't do. It causes you some temporary pain with people who tomorrow, I'm gonna matter. And you have a campaign that understands in a difficult time. He did something right? And that's important. Doesn't mean anything. We can't do anything for us or anything like that. But you you know, that you did the right thing in the didn't dishonor yourself, you'll never work in democratic politics again. Now, the thing that Democrats are saying, of course, is that it's not the women. It's not about the sacks. I mean, this was the old what the Republicans said when they were going after Bill Clinton said it's a campaign finance violation who's paying George Stephanopoulos in that tape who's paying him. Where's the money coming from? It's coming from the Clinton campaign. Where's the Clinton campaign money coming from? It's coming from donors. You know? It's like it's like we're in this position. Now where in order to protect the constitution in order to protect American freedom in order to protect the things that Donald Trump has in fact protected by installing justices who believe in the constitution..

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"federal bureau" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"federal bureau" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"You just haven't been listening to the music. That's the thing. So that's despicable. Anyway, what what they did to Flynn? And this is I mean, you sit there and like I'm not gonna say, oh, it's a great thing to lie to the FBI. But I don't think he did. I don't think he didn't. Then. Of course, there's Michael cone. Right. Michael Kohn, he paid off some girls who slept with Trump. Why why at this point Trump would have to hide the fact that he was sleeping with playboy bunnies? That's what we kind of expected of them. But they, but they. We did it. And the thing is now, of course, because they re they had a raid on Michael Michael Kohn was Trump's attorney and because they raided his office. They've now got all this other stuff. And federal prosecutors are now probing with the incoming Trump administration misused funds corporations donated to its inaugural committee, including whether some of the committee's top donors gave money in exchange for access to the incoming Trump administration policy concession concessions or to influence official administration positions. But Obama did the exact same thing. The New York Times reported this. I'm getting this from gravy in the New York Times reported President Obama's finance team was offering corporations and other institutions that contribute one million dollars exclusive access to an array of inaugural festivities, including tickets. I mean, this is what they do. So we're sitting here we're now put in this position of we defend that, no, of course, not. But are we going to impeach the sky or run him to ground run, Donald Trump and ground? We all know Donald Trump is perfect spokesman for. Our principals. Nobody's not going to say that. I don't think. Of course, he's imperfect..

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"federal bureau" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"federal bureau" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"Michael flynn. You know, he was pled. He pled guilty. To lying to the FBI over a conversation. He had with the Russian ambassador. The conversation was completely ill was completely legal. In fact, it was his responsibility to have the conversation as part of Trump's staff, they say, he's so they're just charging him with telling a falsehood to the F B I during the questioning about that conversation, right? That the the investigation was supposed to be about Russian collusion. Trump's colluding with the Russians to fix the campaign. That investigation at the time was secret. Right. They didn't know that investigation was going on. So here's what we now know we we know that Flynn pled guilty to this because he's been in the military his whole life, right? He's a soldier. He's hasn't got a lot of money. It would have bankrupted him to have defended himself against it. And his son was also endangered becoming a legal target. So they threatened him, basically. But before this now just remember this combat veteran three star general, right? So they bring this before the judge judge federal judge Emmet Sullivan, and they he's pleading and the government is saying he shouldn't get any jail time. And he's pleading for that and Sullivan who everybody's thinking. It's just going to make a decision right away. He says hold on just a minute. What is going on here? He he issued something called a Brady. Order Sullivan is a guy who's famous for being suspicious of federal investigators because he knows they play a lot of games. So we put a Brady put four Brady order which reminds the prosecution that they have to give the defense all the skull, Tori evidence all the evidence that might prove the defendant, not guilty. Right. And he saw some of this stuff. And he said, wait just a minute. I wanna see these documents for myself. Okay. Because this is what they found out. And this is stuff this by the way stuff that the house. Investigators have been trying to get out of the FBI and the Justice department all this time and they've been stonewalling. And now, we know why them stonewalling. Here's what they did to three star, General, Michael Flynn. Right. The then deputy FBI director Andrew McCabe was now. Been fired for poor behavior right McCabe, personally, called up Michael Flynn and was talking about something else. Right. He was talking about some other things he said, oh, by the way, by the way, we'd like you'd have a sit down with two agents to clear up a little bit about this conversation. You had with the Russian ambassador. Right. And he's told Flynn not to have a lawyer present. He didn't learn Malvo our presence once you do that at all gets kind of complicated. You know, and they didn't warn Flynn that it was a crime to lie to the FBI. So he didn't know for instance, if you've got something wrong just accidentally and could be accused of line that he'd be he be charged with something that he would have to bankrupt himself to defend himself against right? So none of this that he no he wasn't given any kind of maranda wasn't giving any of that stuff. He was just provided with the entrapment opportunity to commit a crime. Now later, the first thing Flynn said was oh, I misremembered this. And of course, you're talking to a three star general, why wouldn't you believe him? But they didn't have to. Leave him because they knew they could pressure him and get him to crack and get him to plead guilty, right? This is James Kumi is bragging about this FBI former FBI director James Komi one of the agents, by the way, I should also mentioned went over to talk to him was Peter Struck the guy we all remember with sending text to his lovers about how we had to get a have a plan to get rid of Donald Trump. If he got elected so all of the stuff, I mean, this is real real dirty cop stuff, and they're saying, well, we wanted we wanted Flynn relaxed an unguarded, so we didn't want to give them the standard warnings about how you might commit a crime Komi is bragging about this on MSNBC. Listen to this. You look at this White House now, and it's hard to imagine to FBI agents ending up in the serum. How did that happen? I sent them..

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"federal bureau" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"federal bureau" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"Another great great American songs from the great American songbook. I have to congratulate Democrats for having put the rest of US Republicans conservative in a in a kind of a moral bind. They really they really do this. Well, Democrats have been so corrupt and have used the media to cover up their corruption. So well that we are put in the position of either having to defend bad actions by the Trump administration or by Donald Trump. We either have to defend them or we have to allow this anti-constitutional party, this anti-american party a party that Abboud God at their convention. We have to essentially give over everything to them. Because if we're going to allow our guys to get destroyed by the same kinds of charges that they withstood and have been withstanding for the last twenty thirty years, we we'll just always lose will always lose our guys. I don't want to be put in a position of Saint. Oh, what a wonderful thing. It is the Donald Trump as off, you know, playboy bunnies. Keep them, quiet. That's not a great thing. But the the idea that we should care about this stuff. Now after years and years and years of them telling us that Bill Clinton was our savior. And Hillary Clinton was going to be the first woman president what a wonderful thing that was going to be is just ridiculous. The story though before I get to Michael Cohen and his story. His he's been sentenced to three years in prison for all this for paying off ladies to keep them from talking about Donald Trump. But before he talked about this. We have to talk about what they did to Michael Flynn. I I I'm going to guess that a lot of you do not know the story because this should be the the front page headline news. But it's really not. It hasn't really been that covered. You know that Michael Flynn this. And I I wanna give credited Kim strassel over the Wall Street Journal, she's been hammering this stuff, but she doesn't get the front page and some of the stories just get kind of swept away and all the other news..

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"federal bureau" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"federal bureau" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"Democrats are absolutely shocked that Donald Trump would pay off women to keep them from revealing his adulterous affairs reeling with moral disillusionment and a deep deep sense of betrayal, many Democrats journalists, but I repeat myself have declared themselves to be an absolute tizzy of righteousness over the revelations, Hillary Clinton, a former democrat something or other said that she personally could not believe that Trump would sink so low pulling her face from the bottom of a salad bowl where she'd been searching for the Chardonnay bottles. She accidentally dropped earlier Hillary told reporters, quote, I can't understand why you would give money to one of these bimbos when you could simply intimidate her into silence with threats and then get the media to bury her story and call her names on every news outlet in the United States. And another thing Mrs Clinton continued and then slipped under the table where she sang the first three bars of never getting back together to the tune of the star spangled banner Democrats spokesman and chief political correspondent for ABC news, George Stephanopoulos. Agreed with Hillary saying, quote, I agree with Hilary. Why what did she say unquote when chief silencer of women for the Clinton campaign and chief anchorman for ABC news Stephanopoulos was told that Hillary had been shocked that Trump paid off women? He led out a long high pitched laugh and shook his head saying, wow, we are so corrupt. It's not even funny, although we'll never be punished for it. So it actually is kind of funny. Other Democrats express their outrage with the Trump off saying the president should have taken the honorable path of simply getting the media to undercut the reputations of the women in question, while casting everything Trump didn't a rosy light New York Times editor blithering prevarication. The third told reporters, quote, I can't understand why Trump didn't do that unquote. And he gave the reporters and elaborate, wink trigger. Warning. I'm Andrew klavan. And this is the Andrew klavan show. Topsy? All right. I am back just about I sorry. I missed you yesterday. I got so deathly ill that I couldn't even drag myself in. But today, I'm less deathly still ill, but I did drag myself in. So it's going to be an exciting show. We're going to do the show always with the kind of suspenseful feeling of any minute. I might pitch forward face first into my laptop, which I don't know. It'd be kind of interesting today is the day when the final installment of another kingdom written by me performed. By Michael Knowles will become available to everybody. This is episode ten the last dragon, and we're going to livestream. The first fifteen minutes is that right? Oh, cool. So you'll get to see the first fifteen minutes, but then you can watch the whole thing on any of the places where you get these things like, I tunes and soundcloud..

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"federal bureau" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"federal bureau" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"It roles your way at five eighteen this afternoon at wwl news time five ten is it breaks the news watch never stops newsradio nine fifty two oldies the prison records are showing that disgraced former gymnastics doctor larry nassar has been transferred to a federal prison in tucson arizona the federal bureau of prisons online inmate registry shows that the fiftyfouryearold was housed at the high security prison nasser faces too long prison sentences in michigan for molestation but first he must serve sixty years in federal prison for child pornography crimes than answers scandal of ended the gymnastics world and raising alarms about the sports ask no questions culture his cereal sexual abuse of girls young women to shake in michigan state university and a league sports associations dozens of members of local churches temples and mosk took their a day or took part today in a daylong training session on how to deal with a possible active shooter situation more from newsradio nine fifty sandra mcneill the training comes after a bullet flew through the glass door of zion church in troy a few weeks ago thankfully leaving no one hurt members of the nonprofit detroit security leaders coalition gathering at the second ebony their church to learn from an expert who trains domestic and foreign governments what to do and not to do when a gunman comes march again as ray washington of the great at grace temple says no one wants to think it can happen to them but sadly it can sandra mcneill w w j newsradio nine fifty few volunteers are still needed for the up two hundred the weekend.

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"federal bureau" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"federal bureau" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"The been ferguson show all right let's get into this memo so that you guys know exactly what is in this memo there's so much information out there so i'm going to read this memo for you so that you actually understand without the media telling you everything what is in it all right again i'm starting from the beginning this has been unclassified today was declassified by order of the president on february the second two thousand eighteen this memo originally came out on january the eighteenth two thousand eighteen purpose this memorandum provides members an update on significant facts relating to the committee's ongoing investigation into the department of justice j and federal bureau of investigation's fbi and they're used to the foreign intelligence surveillance act fifa during the two thousand sixteen presidential election cycle our findings which are detailed below raised concerns with the legitimacy and legality of certain doj an fbi interactions with the foreign intelligence surveillance court also known as the finds could court and to represent a troubling breakdown of legal processes established to protect the american people from abuses related to the faisal process now on october the 21st two thousand sixteen the memo states the doj in the fbi sought and received a five set probable cause order authorizing electronic surveillance on carter page from the fis the court page is a us citizen who served as a volunteer adviser the trump presidential campaign consistent with requirements under fifa the application had to be first certified by the rector or deputy director of the fbi it then required the approval of the attorney general the deputy attorney general or the senate confirmed assistant attorney general for the national security division requires a separate finding of probable cause that's important i just want you guys to remember that back to the memo then director james comey signed three fights applications in question on behalf of the fbi and deputy director andrew mccabe signed one of them then the.

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"federal bureau" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"federal bureau" Discussed on KOIL

"And the people involved in a concerted effort to play politics with the intel community which is very dangerous and now the fbi is weighing in on all of this now they cannot report any inaccuracies in the memo but they still don't want it released bomb why wouldn't they all i guess i understand for personal reasons why there wouldn't want it released but why wouldn't they want full transparency so we can clean up any mass of any upper echelon people that are better hurting rank and file hardworking members of the intel community fbi and department of justice look i i think the damage being done to the ripley federal bureau of investigation and the reputation the justice department is just breathtaking we large and this memo apparently absolutely validates that the reputations ought to be damaged isn't it and what again let's be clear we're not talking about the average day fbi agent whose honest and sincere and goes to work uh to enforce the law we're talking about a small group of people at the top who were so corrupted in the obama years both at justice and at the fbi and i think they realize the when these things apparently just peace and what we've seen happen already when this stuff comes out that it is just explosive and so uh there's a certain amount of protecting themselves protecting their friends uh they can make an argument that it releases too much information about how our fis a system works but the truth is uh we're in a situation right now with the american people deserve to know these things and the american people have every right to be offended uh by the way this is this has been handled all right we'll take a break we'll come back more newt gingrich's best selling book vengeance.

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