17 Burst results for "Freedom Of Information Act"

"freedom information act" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:52 min | 4 months ago

"freedom information act" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The policies any of this president have directly led to this current crisis? I don't care that they don't want to use the term crisis. Didn't sake doesn't like using any words that mean anything, but But when it gets the bottom line is that they will they were spent their spending more time on issues like green new deals, putting more Americans out of work. They don't care about these people at the border. It's a political, their political ponds to their to these issues, and that's it. I mean to me their disrespect for human life. Has always been put on display. And I always thought that President Obama was a good example of this. Hey, runs Is this far left liberal. You think he's gonna, you know, stop wars yet more wars started. Well, you're absolutely correct on that. I mean, the Democratic Party is sinking to a grand eyes power. That's what this is all about to bring in a powerful machine. In this case, they have a manipulated person and Joe Biden. He is not capable of making a decision himself. He has people around him, pushing him to the last pushing him to the left. He go ran as a moderate, he said The new green new deal was not something embraced. And he did. But what I want to know is this The way you confront a problem is you go and you look at it and you see it. Kamala Harris has been tasked with the responsibility if they should, they said of being the borders are she's going to take care of all the problems at the border, and yet, you every time she's asked about going down there, she gives a stupid laugh. And ignores it and will not go down and look instead, Joe Biden will not go down to the border and look and as the collar we just took said if this was a day care center In any state in the United States in any city in the United States. It would be shut down by the Department of Children Services instantly as being inhumane and improper. And yet we permitted to institute persist on the borders of the United States, not withstanding the statements by the Border Patrol. We can't take and tolerate this anymore. That sheriff who said Have four deputies. I've got laws local Austin force Instead, they're operating to help the border patrol because we're not giving the border control. The resource is that they need to have and the cartels are running the border. These air deplorable situations, But you elected a Democrat. You got him. You don't want Trump? You didn't want the wall. You didn't want anything like that. That was going to keep out people instead. You've got cartels running your border. Congratulations. Yeah, That's right. I mean, when we get back Take more. Your phone calls. 168 4 31 10. I wanna let you know two. We're finalizing a Freedom Information Act record request as we speak to the Department of Homeland Security about What is happening at the border. The policy changes the Why has this us Serge Continued..

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"freedom information act" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:07 min | 4 months ago

"freedom information act" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Your friends and family and let me encourage you to we're gonna get to some of the Georgia. This is outraged over Georgia's voting laws because you will be surprised you don't miss the second half hour because of the state that has more restrictive voting laws. Is not a red state. It's I mean, it's one of the more blue of blue states and it's It's also the state that our current president hails from s O that that might give it away to somebody. But we'll get into that in the second half hour of a secular I want to spend more time on this. And I think that this call it kind of sums it up. Perfectly allayed in Florida on line three. Hey, lane. Welcome to secular. You're on the air. Very thank you. This will border thing's got me insane, so legal questions when? When Biden was sworn in, he took his oath to protect our borders. She's not doing that given. Secondly, if this was a day care center or something like that, I mean, help its services would be in and shut them down. Oh, of course, this would never be the way that they are having to house these because of the surge. Don't feel like it's a white supremacist 30 to use the surge that was created by Policy. And actually words. Joe Biden welcoming in these migrants and announcing the catch the catch and release policy that you're basically make it you'll get dropped off in a town somewhere in the U. S. And Get some court date down the road that you won't show up at you'll again, you'll be added to those who have to live in the shadows in America. Have to live with fake social Security numbers who then grow up here, not having citizenship, not knowing what to do. And you increase the number of those Children that likes the DACA Children. All of that, who don't really remember where they came from. You think the three and five year old girl that really going to remember that if they stay in the United States, but they didn't get here legally. Are they ever going to get legal paperwork? I mean the problems could Persist. They're building more cages as we speak. But the media You know, Harry, They don't want to call it cages anymore. Now, now, it Z. They're overcrowded and they're just trying to deal with it a humanitarian way. There's nothing humanitarian about this When you When you allow this to happen, more people get sick, more kids will get will die. And more will be abused by human traffickers, sex traffickers and drug cartels. You are precisely right, Jordan. But Democrats care less about the Constitution. They care less about the rule of law. They care less about humanitarian, an international rights they care less about, for instance, the oath of office unless they can use That oath of office to attain power. Imagine we live in a country today where our sovereignty is being violated where the Biden administration is violating the law, the immigrant gration law. And he is not protecting the United States border. And yet it was the same Democratic party that impeach the former president of the United States for a phone call. A phone call that led to an impeachment effort. So here we have Joe Biden, who is not doing his duty, And yet there is simply no appetite among Democrats, for instance, to really go after him and to demand accountability. Instead, Democrats have doubled down there demanding reparations for illegals. Why not take care of average working men and women in the United States? Why not advance their cause rather than the interest of China and drug smugglers and human traffickers? That is the question. No, they would love to. They loved him or they want to go to the U. N and discuss and have this. You know this discussion's over their tea, and they make their speeches of their fancy rooms, but they don't want to go to the border. Where it's dirty, where it's where the conditions are rough, where there's people on top of people on top of people in the United States of America, And while yes, every president has had to deal with increases of those trying to cross the border illegally. The policies any of this president have directly led to this current crisis? I don't care that they don't want to use the term crisis. Jen Psaki doesn't like using any words that mean anything. But But when it gets the bottom line is that they will they were spent their spending more time on issues like green new deals, putting more Americans out of work. They don't care about these people at the border. It's a political, their political ponds to their to these issues, and that's it. I mean to me their disrespect for human life. Has always been put on display. And I always thought that President Obama was a good example of this. Hey, runs Is this far left liberal. You think he's gonna, you know, stop wars yet More wars started. Well, you're absolutely correct on that. I mean, the Democratic Party is sinking to a grand eyes power. That's what this is all about to bring in a powerful machine. In this case, they have a manipulated person and Joe Biden. He is not capable of making a decision himself. He has people around him, pushing him to the last pushing him to the left. He go ran as a moderate, he said The new green new deal was not something embraced. And he did. But what I want to know is this The way you confront a problem is you go and you look at it and you see it. Kamala Harris has been tasked with the responsibility if they should, they said of being the borders are she's going to take care of all the problems at the border, and yet, you every time she's asked about going down there, she gives a stupid laugh. And ignores it and will not go down and look instead, Joe Biden will not go down to the border and look and as the collar we just took said if this was a day care center In any state in the United States in any city in the United States. It would be shut down by the Department of Children Services instantly as being inhumane and improper. And yet we permitted to institute persist on the borders of the United States, not withstanding the statements by the Border Patrol. We can't take and tolerate this anymore. That sheriff who said I have four deputies? I've got laws local Austin force. Instead, they're operating to help the Border Patrol because we're not giving the border control. The resource is that they need to have and the cartels are running the border. These air deplorable situations, But you elected a Democrat. You got him. You didn't want Trump. You don't want the wall. You didn't want anything like that. That was going to keep out people instead. You've got cartels running your border. Congratulations. Yeah, That's right. I mean, when we get back, we'll take more. Your phone calls. 168 4 31 10. I wanna let you know two. We're finalizing a Freedom Information Act request. As we speak to the Department of Homeland Security about what is happening at the border. The policy changes the Why has this surge? Continued..

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"freedom information act" Discussed on Trap House Variety Hour

Trap House Variety Hour

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"freedom information act" Discussed on Trap House Variety Hour

"You know for him yeah. I think there there definitely is a problem. I mean listen you. Gotta pay taxes. You gotta pay your trainer and manager you know and <hes> that deals made long before you took this fight so he got a plan for that and <hes> you know there is an issue with like the u._s.'s going through right now has tied up in the stuff that they were doing they. We're going through the culinary union and <hes> the contractual issues that are kind of coming to light now. I don't know how all this information is public but maybe it's a freedom information act. I don't know if that's right. That might be broke legal stuff but anyway there's much documents that are coming out where joe silva and this argument that the u._s. with the o._c. In particular that the is acting as manager and promoter right so you got joe silva on record guys like hector lombard saying that like you know we're gonna cut you <hes> but you know if you wanna fight you know you're making fifty to fifty right now to show to fifty thousand to show in a win. We're gonna cut you but if you wanna come back you know if you wanna fight for one hundred hundred you can do that you know so they're they're negotiating purses anderson and the fight so they're essentially manager and promoter and so when was interesting too because i was e mails came out all right i think so and and somehow these came out that they also showed that silva that this was just a tactic yeah in other words. This was complete bullshit. He's not the only fighter yeah they doing that too but it was like he was at times being purposely deceitful for sure so i i think i'm interested to see where that goes and that's kinda like what the there's nothing for a may like this but that's without the active for for boxing is made those is to rule separate. That's why you're able to see like mayweather. Come in and do his own promotional thing you know and kinda just able to fucking break some bread off of that a pie. That's why boxer not boxers aren't unionized or anything but they're making more of the share of the revenue than than the a._f._c. is which is like at last i were they related thirteen percent for the revenue split you know and a common boxing split the except except for the high level guys which are different than the mid tier and all that and the dan true tier guys but what does that split. Have you seen a split number there can i. I don't know what pretty rich pretty high. I mean. I know that like box might be a fifty five forty. Five hundred the differences like the the boxing promotion is does his just doing the promotion at right so they're doing all that shit and like mayweather's bringing the ashes to the seats. He's getting a larger share of that. Money also pay per view box gate and the fucking the promotions taking you know a smaller share of the gate and end of the day review all that shit in sessions all that shit you know but it's just a different setup like the u._s.'s taking like most of the pie yes. It's a it's a similar. It's a similar situation like the n._c. Double a. you know in that the n._c. Double a. will is giving ground but they're giving ground in sort of russian russian retreats would away and that the only give ground if they have to and they'll they'll burn everything along the way russian retriever well. It's like <hes> i i my my history might be a little mixed up here but as as like the as the germans advanced the russia the russians would like break all the the trains train tracks they would blow up the bridges as they retreat they think they would only give an inch and of course they put all sorts of farmhands hands and young boys out front..

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"freedom information act" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"freedom information act" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"You can find out about the J at a C L, J dot org. Jordan seculars also with me. He is the executive director also lawyer for the president as well both of serve in that capacity. By the way that little tune. You just heard was actually my band, the jaysekulow ban, which has a Facebook page. So if you go to Facebook page, and just go Jay secular ban, there, it is in living color. All right. So we've got a lot to talk about. We're talking about the debates. We're talking about information that we obtained in our freedom information act litigation against the deep state, which is coming now out in full of. I think it's fair to say, we're going to have a full analysis in the next two months of exactly what was going on with the previous administration and what they were trying to do against the president. But I wanted to report on something very quickly. Here is not getting a lot of attention and it should Nancy Pelosi. The speaker caves to US house of representatives into the Senate. Why? Because Republicans demanding a critical humanitarian aid act for the border, which she's been blocking this after months of the US house controlled by the Democrats denying that there's a humanitarian crisis on the southern border, then everyone acknowledges including the New York Times. Yes, there's a crisis but they can't get legislation through about building the wall. This is just humanitarian aid. They weren't blocking Umana -tarian aid, because it wasn't exactly how they wanted to Mitch McConnell said in the US Senate. We're moving forward the package on our own four point six billion and humanitarian aid it with the vote was eighty four to eight so Nancy, Pelosi's house could not. With they tried to do their own package. They couldn't vote on. They could not come together as Democrats and pass a partisan version of this. So she broke with leadership split down the middle top three leaders went with Pelosi next three leaders went with the left voted against this. But it did pass the house of representatives is the first time Nancy Pelosi has caved to Mitch McConnell and it's because that humanitarian crisis is real, and she is just as responsible as any other politician, as speaker of the house, but realize what was taking place here. The Republicans were trying to get this through because of the Manitoba in crisis at the border and it was Nancy Pelosi. And the Democrats were blocking it because they were trying to get other things attitude, that's really what this was right. Her caucus split including her leadership that also split and said, you know what we're not going to do that in a voting on it, and it's passed, and that now we'll get the necessary for the what is a serious crisis. On a board of we've got to get border security in place. We've got to do it. It was never dressed the debate last night, never dressed never dressed the border issue really at all. I mean in address what Pelosi did? No, of course not why. Well, you know why? All right. We're taking a break. We'll take your calls when we come back this Ajay second jordansekulow, infra, Sean Hannity back with more in just a moment. Hey, if you like Linda, and you're happy timeshare owner I do have a solution. And I want you to call my good, friends, Brian, and Karen at lonestar transfer. Now there are a lot of bad actors in this business who don't be fooled by the imitators. I know Brian, I know Karen, I trust them. As a matter of fact, they are the only people, I personally endorse to help you get out of that. Timeshare legally and ethically people, tell me all the time. Thank you for telling me about lonestar transfer did just great now..

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"freedom information act" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"freedom information act" Discussed on WTVN

"At a._c._l. j. dot org jordan seculars also with me he is the executive bricker also lawyer for the president as well both of serve in that capacity by the way that little tune you just heard was actually my band the jaysekulow ban which has a facebook page so we go to facebook page and just go jay secular ban there it is in living color all right so we've got a lot to talk about we're talking about the debates we're talking about information that we obtained in our freedom information act litigation against the deep state which is coming now out in full of i think it's fair to say we're going to have a full analysis in the next two months of exactly what was going on with the previous administration and what they were trying to get the president but i wanted to report on something very quickly here not getting a lot of attention it should nancy pelosi the speaker caves to u._s. house of representatives into the senate why because republicans demanding a critical humanitarian aid act for the border which she's been blocking this after months of the u._s. house controlled by the democrats denying that there's a humanitarian crisis on the southern border then everyone acknowledges including the new york times yes there's a crisis but they can't get legislation through this about building the wall this is just humanitarian aid they weren't blocking umana -tarian aid because it wasn't exactly how they wanted to mitch mcconnell said in the u._s. senate we're moving forward the package on our own four point six billion and humanitarian aid the vote was eighty four to eight so nancy pelosi's house could not come up with they tried to do their own package they couldn't vote on what they could not come together as democrats and pass a partisan version of this so she broke with leadership split down the middle top three leaders went with pelosi next three leaders went with the left voted against this but it did pass the house of representatives is the first time nancy pelosi has caved to mitch mcconnell and it's because that humanitarian crisis is real and she is just as responsible as any other politician as speaker of the house but realize what was taking place here the republicans were trying to get this through because the manitoba in crisis at the border and it was nancy pelosi and the democrats were blocking it because they were trying to get other things attitude that's really what this was right her caucus split including her leadership that also split and said you know what we're not going to do that and in a voting on it and it's passed and that now we'll get the necessary for the what is a serious crisis on a board of we've got to get border security in place we've got to do it it was never dressed the debate last night never never dressed the border issue really at all i mean in address what pelosi did no of course not why you know why all right we're taking a break we'll take your calls when we come back this ajay second jordansekulow infrastructure any back with more in just a moment hey if you like linda and you're happy timeshare owner i do have a solution and i want you to call my good friends brian and karen at lonestar transfer now there are a lot of bad actors in this business don't be fooled by the imitators i know brian i know karen i trust them as a matter of fact they are the only people i personally endorse to help you get out of that timeshare legally and ethically people tell me all the time thank you for telling me about lonestar transfer did just great.

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"freedom information act" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"freedom information act" Discussed on KTOK

"At a._c._l. j. dot org jordan seculars also with me he is the executive director also lawyer for the president as well both of serve in that capacity by the way that little tune you just heard was actually my band the jaysekulow ban which has a facebook page so we go to facebook page and just go jay secular ban there it is in living color all right so we've got a lot to talk about we're talking about the debates we're talking about information that we obtained in our freedom information act litigation against the deep state which is coming now out in full of i think it's fair to say we're going to have a full analysis in the next two months of exactly what was going on with the previous administration and what they were trying to do against the president but i wanted to report on something very quickly here is not getting a lot of attention and it should nancy pelosi the speaker caves to u._s. house of representatives into the senate why because republicans demanding a critical humanitarian aid act for the border which she's been blocking this is after months of the u._s. house controlled by the democrats denying that there's a humanitarian crisis on the southern border then everyone acknowledges including the new york times yes there's a crisis but they can't get any legislation through this not about building the wall this is just humanitarian aid they weren't blocking umana -tarian aid because it wasn't exactly how they wanted to mitch mcconnell said in the u._s. senate we're moving forward the package on our own four point six billion and humanitarian aid the vote was eighty four to eight so nancy pelosi's house could not come up with they tried to do their own package they couldn't vote on they could not come together as democrats and pass a partisan version of this so she broke with leadership split down the middle top three leaders went with pelosi next three leaders went with the left and voted against this but it did pass the house of representatives is the first time nancy pelosi has caved to mitch mcconnell and it's because that humanitarian crisis is real and she is just as responsible as any other politician as speaker of the house but realize what was taking place here the republicans were trying to get this through because the manitoba crisis at the border and it was nancy pelosi and the democrats were blocking it because they were trying to get other things attitude that's really what this was right her caucus split including her leadership that also split and said you know what we're not going to do that and in voting on it and it's passed and that now we'll get the necessary for the what is a serious crisis on aboard but we've got to get border security in place we've got to do it it was never dressed the debate last night never dressed never dressed the border issue really at all i mean in address what pelosi did no of course not why you know why all right we're taking a break we'll take your calls when we come back this ajay second jordansekulow infra sean hannity back with more in just a moment hey if you like linda and you're happy timeshare owner i do have a solution and i want you to call my good friends brian and karen at lonestar transfer now there are a lot of bad actors in this business don't be fooled by the imitators i know brian i know karen i trust them as a matter of fact they are the only people i personally endorse to help you get out of that timeshare legally and ethically people tell me all the time thank you for telling me about lonestar transfer did just.

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"freedom information act" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"freedom information act" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"They were getting bogged down in freedom information act requests on US soil material. And you went really against the freedom of information act was they thought they were gonna get requests about the army. Cetera et cetera. Getting bogged down in a big increase in relented material. So I think that's why they pull the plug guessing the cost in excuse was just an excuse. So now, I have two two thousand nine. There is no facility. No set procedure for police, please Fossey's in the UK as far as I'm aware. On what to do if a member of the public or indeed a police officer society, which is a pretty busy situation. And when the the the MLD decided to hold the death. I come back to that replace false, and he got me into trouble because my own chief comfortable, basically got wind, and I sent him a copy saying, all please sauces. You must be aware of this because you are still gonna get US holder thoughts from the historically most legion Larry's in Britain called counties. Get so many reports that's not gonna stop just because the ministry of defence of closest that's what are you gonna do. And I go really good response within two weeks. I was mad the single point of contact to the county's another twenty four said, thank you very much. We'll bring the super nice next strategy. Immensly my chief constable instructed my chiefs in superintendent to begin disciplinary proceedings against me for bringing the sauce into disrepute. Just because I'd written tries it clearly state, and I was out near the private that. I how did the best you aware of this? And my boss was well aware of my with the best from two thousand and two. But nevertheless, you the big organization and I was subjected to year investigation, which I was ended up getting a written warning just because I wrote to be more day and told me that the writing was on the wall, but he say if a big organization wants to identify you as a problem. They can make life very difficult. I'm sure people out there head. Had whether it be health service and things like that fire service. You can't beat the big system. So in the end, I have to say, well, I didn't employ my chief constable that I was going to do this until I the lessons world to to the ministry of defence. And so because of that I was giving us twelve months written warning jury year long process because.

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"freedom information act" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"freedom information act" Discussed on KTOK

"Retired British police detective, the editor of UFO truth magazine, and the founder of proof Ohs police reporting UFO sightings database, and I'm wondering Gary is there any evidence or do you suspect that there is in a police handbook some sort of a protocol for how police are to handle UFO sightings? I think the answer is. Yes, I'm no which makes it sound a bit strange starkly. What used to happen news members of the public ran into a police station, and the they it seriously by whoever police wise, call then they will to complete a phone that was then in the days of all telexed talks to the ministry of defense in London. And so then to decide whether they do any follow inquiries, which was invariably. No, they didn't it was very much just a fr- from. That's probably a lot like project. Blue book was really just the public office. So we want to people in and it was just a front for more serious investigations. Please full season two thousand nine I alerted to the fact that the MLD so them late Tom sold closed US facilitate existed for over fifty years. They closed it suddenly without anyone insane. That it was on the grounds of Cusco, Tim. There was only one person in office, and I said fifty thousand pounds, but it was ironic because in two thousand nine there was a big increase in science. And I think the real reasons, but for a long time the ministry defense wanted to they were getting bogged down in freedom information act requests on US all materials, and it went really against the freedom of information act was they thought they were gonna get requests about the army, the excetera et. They were getting bogged down in a big increase in the U haul relented material. So I think that's why they pulled the plug. I think. What? Cost in excuse was just an excuse. So now after two thousand nine. There is no facility. No set procedure for police five please forces in the UK files on the west. On what to do if a member of the public or indeed a police officer society, which is a pretty busy situation. And when the the police the NFL decided to hold the desk, I come back to that replace false, and he got me into trouble because my own chief constable. Besley got wind, and I sent him a copy saying all police sauces. You must be aware of this because you are still gonna get US thoughts from the historically most region. Larry's in Britain called town to get so many reports that's not gonna stop just because the ministry of defence of clauses. That's what are you gonna do? And I really good response within two weeks. I was mad the single point of contact to the is another twenty four said, thank you very much. We'll bring the super nice next strategy meetings. Immensly my chief comes to believe in my chiefs in superintendent to begin disciplinary proceedings against me for bringing the false into disrepute. Just because I'd written private lecturer clearly state, and I was acting the private space that I had it best you aware of. This. My force was well aware of my to the with the best from two thousand and two. But nevertheless, you time to be the big organization, and I was subjected to year investigation, which I was ended up getting a written warning just because I wrote the day and told me the writing was on the wall really say if a big organization wants to identify you as a problem. They can make life very difficult. And I'm sure people out there. Whether it be health service and things like that fire service things like this happen. You can't beat the big system. So in the end, I had to say, well, I didn't in.

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"freedom information act" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"freedom information act" Discussed on WJR 760

"Four four metal roofs and americanmetalroofs.com I'm Mark Mitchell WGN traffic and weather first. On the fives from that JR weather center thunderstorm chances a little bit higher for the afternoon scattered storms around. Strong to severe storms are possible with wind and hail being the main threats eighty four tonight. Scattered storms may also, be severe. Sixty nine more scattered storms? On Saturday from the Weather. Channel I'm meteorologist Ray. Stagich on NewsTalk seven sixty WJR The Frank Beckmann show news talk seven sixty WJR Welcome back and we have. Mickey newly with us she's president founder of speech I talking about the proposed policy at. The university of Minnesota where employees could be fired students could be kicked out of school if they don't refer to other employees or students, by the proper pronoun that. They choose for themselves and it could be anything there are new ones now Z's all sorts of different pronounce that the people are choosing for themselves to get away from he or she. Depending on how they feel or their sexual preference it's it's getting to, be, very confusing out there in? The academic world Nick how did you start speech, I had this up Sure so I used to work at a group called on. The Franklin center, for government in public integrity was state based investigative journalism and we had. A lot of reporters who published site cycled watchdog. Or we had, a lot, of, reporters around the country that, were increasingly increasingly reporting on campus hijinks and I thought? This is, very weird this isn't what I remember college being like, I went to the university of Illinois it was all pretty normal and then. As I, said we talking to reporters about it I would. Get more information about not only that it is. A real problem but that. How the problems they had in reporting it how the university can either their foia requests. Or freedom information act and you know it just kind of being the publisher looking at it at the traffic it was something that really, resonated with our readers so. I thought you know there's there's something that they're there but what do you do as just a concerned citizen I mean if I were to call university of Illinois and say I don't. Like how you're dealing with some of the speech issues on campus they'd, say, what you can keep your? Fifty dollars next year I don't, give enough for them to care. About. What I say and if you're not on campus I I mean I don't know any students so how would how do you. Tell somebody you know you need to start to stand up for, your rights and and really start to push back it's really scary to do that as a student. Because you know you're going to be. Ostracized by your peers your professors are gonna, be awkward every route to you maybe. You still need a diploma. At the end of the, day so the deck is stacked, against students speaking out and so I just my husband is a custody lawyer, and I started thinking well you know one way but, you can push back that scares everybody is going to court and. So the idea, of pushing back but doing it in a way we're structured as a. Membership association doing it in a way where you. Can protect the, students anonymity, a, little bit because.

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"freedom information act" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"freedom information act" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This horrible criminal or like did they have traffic violations because these researchers are essentially trying to study the effectiveness according to their own goals i mean are you trying to improve public safety and take people off the street who have criminal histories and are also violating immigration laws but this organization is trying to show like well how often is that actually true that these people that you're trying to pick up have serious criminal history so this organization track tell us who they are and they're the one who's actually suing they put two loss lawsuits against ice at this i think one in new york one in washington it was founded in nineteen eighty nine they collect about two hundred and fifty million records from various agencies every month because so there's just like freedom of information act sort of activists who are trying to get the information from the government so that then they can analyze it and see like exactly because you know there's politics like they're not you know if it's convenient the government's going to say this is what we're doing and here's the data show it if it's not necessarily going to be they may not so then there's track which is trying to track exactly what's going on and so where does it go from here i mean what's the stage of this fight and what do we expect next they're waiting for decisions from judges i mean the broader implication is really all about like when the government is allowed to hold back data from public disclosure because what isis arguing if they prevail their argument is basically that in order to get these records for you yeah we disclose them voluntarily before but in order to get these records for you we have to create a search when we have to extract them from our database and that is not something we have to do i mean congress has said that whatever was available under freedom information act if it wasn't a filing cabinet now that it's an electronic record database it shouldn't be any different be easier.

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"freedom information act" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"freedom information act" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

"Problem is the american people intervened in november right well there's a couple of things worthy of mentioning i mentioned this in my column j secolo another guy i really love has figured out through a free of information act that they're about thirty thousand emails and don't get this confused with thirty thousand emails hillary deleted she deleted thirty three thousand emails after getting a subpoena that's a crime and of itself but on a separate measure there's about thirty thousand emails between hillary as secretary of state and the state department and the clinton foundation that's illegal there wasn't a firewall she was doing business as secretary of state with their clinton foundation which by the way is charitable scam you know it took in billions of gave virtually nothing to charity it funded hillary's activities funded bill funded chelsea chelsea it was just a criminal mafia or operation i called the clinton crime family and the clinton foundation is the centerpiece at all they used it for extortion because she was secretary of state so they can run around the world extorting money from world leaders in return for favors using taxpayer dollars so now instead of me just saying this for two and a half years now check a louis come out and prove through freedoms information act that will happen that there was that was literally what's the word he used to use it it's like a kind of a fever machine the secretary of state hillary clinton was set up as as almost like a private company to do favors with taxpayer money for the clinton's favor favor factor factory fever factory so it's interesting that you know when you think about all this now it's so clear what happened obama was on the hook for all of this remember what truman said the buck stops here so as president ceo he's in charge and these people commit massive fraud he let them do it and i'm gonna say it on national radio i believe he took bribes to i don't think he did this out of the goodness of his heart i don't think he did it because he loves hillary clinton i don't think it happened because he didn't know about it i think obama knew about everything going on to administration and he took a cut of all of that like the copy that you do you know he was john gotti he was taking a.

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"freedom information act" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"freedom information act" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Be for the sixteen now i dunno of had anything to do with this false alarm but people now in the emergency management center are now getting death threats big they're wanting to find out who is employee was hawaiian officials have apologized saying an animated method of retracing warnings will be introduced into employs instead of one will handle in the future so i guess you know they'll have to verify what's likely do when they set off a missile you see he wasn't a button that was pushed the media was a say a button was what it was just a mouse quick all the guy was doing as he was just basically going over the system they were just doing a transfer of shifts you own system when in probably did his entry entered the it all systems go thing instead he accidentally click the mouse and balmy screwed up so that's that's the simple part of it right there but before we breathed a huge sigh believed to the fear wasn't justified there have been various simulated nuclear events that had been happening all over the world which once again indicates that a reboot a cold war is being organized again the mainstream media is failing to report the entire world is already preparing for nuclear war and are confident that this is what i find interesting and with all the documents that i'd be looking over i had a chance to get lance out but most of the more secret at one time but they were reissued real issue because of freedom information act leak and so that leisure from the.

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"freedom information act" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"freedom information act" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Have talked extensively on the show today about attorney general jeff sessions announcing the creation of a new task force which we have been encouraging that parma justice to do the hezbollah financing and noriko terrorism team to first look at what they can use from the operation cassandra which was shut down by the obama administration we filed four years to find out exactly why we tend to believe that it is i just base of the evidence surrounding it it was because the obama administration wanted that iranian nuclear deal so bad they're willing to shut down potentially crushing investigations into hezbollah to get the nuclear deal which we believe is such a bad deal but we also receive today expedited review granted in our freedom information act request to the doj about project cassandra being shut down so we've got the doj announcing new task force to go after hezbollah's drug trafficking and money laundering ads we've got expedited review granted in our four foia request on the matter into why the obama administration shut it down there's news about daca is well deferred action for childhood for childhood arrivals the executive actions that were surrounding that potential legislative fixes to that let's go right to the phones to take all ed's colleague online wanted you're on the air hey good to talk to you uh they henry okay yy'all here go ahead oh yeah my big question is how can a federal judge override a presidential executive order that is trying to undo something that is unconstitutional in the first place so what was the judge's order you're talking about on january nights of this year so it's just a few days ago i a judge at the us state district court of the northern district of california blocked the trump administration's decision to phase out daca on a nationwide basis which by the way does not expire until march the recipient was announced in september but it it allowed to go four to allow people time to renew themselves that which will actually give people two years if they renewed so again this decision goes.

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"freedom information act" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"freedom information act" Discussed on KPCC

"Cynical but he was not a cynic he knew that people lied he people lied on every place on the food chain up in whatever position of power nobody has from you know the the water commissioner of upstate new hampshire to the president of the united states and his his mission as i think you're a member of the fourth estate was to print the ear reputable truth he did say you can't be wrong if it were wrong in any way we'll have to eat it for the next 24 hours in that does not taste good so of his his desire to get the right story that no one could deny five that was that was the way he he ran editing and add the fact that this all happened in the week that katharine graham became katharine graham uh was was something that he was very much aware and the and the other thing is this story is also the story about leadership and what it what it means to lead and it has it has it has so many ramifications about women in the workplace nutty seventy one is tom said women in the workplace two thousand seventeen and alatas change and as you all know a lot hasn't changed and all of these things were very resonant for us at what point did you decide to include the white house tapes and those of the actual tapes that we're hearing yeah those the actual tapes of of a nixon and haldeman and and it's all the president's men around those tapes and i decided very early on because you know it was very easy to go to youtube and listen to the you know the white house tapes that were have been released a cup beckett a few decades ago by the freedom information act and on and i just thought well why get an actor to play rich nixon we've got the richard nixon so we did get an actor two of our memorized the dialogue and then to just were lives think of so his body would be incomplete synchronisation with the actual tapes with for played a loudspeaker he did a great job but i wanted annex in the summer that was very very important that neto the presence of the white house the.

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"freedom information act" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"freedom information act" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Things he says but they're not willing to speak out against it what is it going to take for the even his base none of people to go south because i think there are a lot of people out there that i talk to democrats some modern republic has are just waiting for that didn't drop that shoe to drop the the trick is it really is going to be poll polling numbers but now it's too early at this point again because any savvy elected official knows that he can recover so get on doing something stupid to speak out against the press the now could backfire carr's number one the president will hold a grudge and not forget but also taking a position now the present could become more pot much more popular with the base going the midterms and he could expose member of congress have been primary from the right so there are going to take that position really that line in the sand is a couple months before the midterm elections when it's clear whether cia trump is a boon or hurts members of congress based on a lawsuit that went forward under a enforcing it freedom information act already the benghazi you heard about the because emails where the federal judge said forget about the fact that the state arman turned over all of the rebel relevant bingo aziz hillary emails you now must look for any emails that are in your system ordering the state department considering that is the state department under president trump do you think that the state department is going to do anything but look for example that nothing else is going to happen rex tillerson will be going through those violin this is where the swamp will suffocate i mean really is the bureaucrats in in an organization like the state department no they're here longer than any president longer than anyone secretary of state noticed notice burn out the clock in that is really the frustrating thing especially about this the state department i believe that is the worst first bureaucratic operation in the federal government because they they know they're going to be here a lot longer and they've got protection so they can't be fired willy nilly so they're not going to get any documents and tell us exactly go through manually so is nothing new is gonna come from that so.

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"freedom information act" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"freedom information act" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Wasn't true you know you have to be careful that your observation researches is correct first and foremost but also within legal and ethical bounds and that's what i want to pursue with both of you what are ab what is what is inside and what's outside the bounds of what you can do in and of course we're asking you all this because of what happened with regard to donald trump jr the meeting he took with a russian representative of the roughknit russian government while i can tell you in my experience in research what he did is not normal i think that what's inside the balances things that are publicly available you do a lot of freedom information act records requests you certainly talked to people but you do so with people that they you know and trust or giving you a solid information and information that you can then go and prove and you certainly don't do something with a hostile government um you know being on your side the best example of this is when when al gore's campaign got a debate book that ax to them a george bush debate bucked the first thing they did was call the fbi because you wonder you being set up you wonder is this something that's that's valid that surreal that's something that you don't take every meeting people call with chips you make sure that you you trust the veracity of the information and the source to miller had you ever before this instance heard of an of a time when someone was offered information by a foreign hostile government well i'll say almost to the question i like president trump has been called by anonymous people friends of friends with information about him frankly and about hillary clinton whereas working for jeb bush and you have to make a decision about whether this is a critical credible person you have to talk to lawyers to make sure if you have the conversation it's within legal bounds now those conversations well maybe you have some would consider to be a little bit sketchy hill in comparison to the idea of getting a call from somebody who explicitly says they're here from the russian government this is just a foreign government judy it wasn't switzerland who had called donald trump jr there was a country that is out there to undermine our interests on the world stage it's so far beyond the pale that it's kind of almost silly to compare to.

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"freedom information act" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:29 min | 4 years ago

"freedom information act" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Dot com and from tait's fake shop whose founder kathleen king's started selling are handmade chocolate chip cookies from her dad's farm stand in hamptons as a child now at markets nationwide gift basket sarrett tait's bake shop dot com this is weekend edition from npr news i'm melissa block the trump administration has found an issue that infuriates both democrats and republicans on capitol hill a move that would limit congress's ability to monitor at the executive branch and pierce peter overpaid reports the justice department says the two to shen doesn't give individual members of congress the power to do oversight that is to investigate how well executive branch agencies do their jobs under this new policy when your local representative right to letter asking questions about some problem the agency most likely blows it off everything that every eighth grade students study aid about checks and balances of government senator charles grassley in iowa republican said the policy disregards the constitution it eliminate the check of most members of congress who see the co author faithfully executed by a president presley's chairman of the powerful judiciary committee and he saw also done plenty of oversight investigation on his own he said the trump administration should abandon the new policy and if it won't if they don't want to eliminate it dan you know congress can legislate them mary area in administration spokesperson told npr the white house looks forward to reaching a mutual understanding with gresley but the legal opinion fully and accurately states the law the policy consent on pretty innocuous timothy horn acting administrator of the federal general services administration explained it to a house committee last month the administration has instituted a new policy that matters of oversight need to be requested by the committee chair translation the justice department said they should treat individual members of congress requests for information as freedom information act requests like anyone the public can send dead so this is a bit of a subtle change but it's important that next while lombok he's with the nonprofit project on government oversight but not all agency heads her taking his hardline as the justice department here's homeland security secretary john kelly at another recent hearing regardless of who the letter comes from who doesn't have to just come from a ranking member.

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