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Trump Acknowledges Transition Of Power, But Stops Short Of Conceding

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05:18 min | 2 d ago

Trump Acknowledges Transition Of Power, But Stops Short Of Conceding

"To most voters, the impeachment didn't play a role in who they would eventually vote for nine months later. The pandemic, Social justice and the the economy economy where where the the issues issues most most people people said said mattered mattered to to them them when when they they cast cast the the ballots ballots on on November November 3rd. 3rd. This This week, week, the the federal federal government's government's General General Services Services Administration Administration announced announced that that it it would would acknowledge acknowledge the the outcome outcome of the election and let President elect Joe Biden and Vice President elect Kamila Harris begin the transition of power. ABC is Karen Travers covers the White House for ABC News. She talked with Sherry Preston. What's your overall thoughts on where we've come this past year in in politics care act, you know, Sherry. It's like you blink and you kind of forget everything that has happened before October 1st. Let's use that as our marker because that was when the president announced that He and the first lady had tested positive for covert. And I feel like everything since then, has just been on this hyper speed that trying to put together a year in review pieces, trying to talk and reflect with colleagues and friends and family about what this year has been, and it's almost impossible to make this list. But it is incredible to think that we started this year in the throes of impeachment feels like four years ago. On and it was such a big story. And it was these story for so many weeks and how quickly we moved on from that. You remember, the president gave his state of the Union address in early February as all this was still happening, and at the time the Democrats were in their very intense primary. Bernie Sanders was surging. He saw him winning some states. Joe Biden was Trailing and kind of fading at that point and, wow how things turned around so differently in just two months, of course, with Cove in the Democratic primary settling and there was a kind of a sense of Panic and unease at the White House of what this crisis was going to mean for the president for his re election and for the nation. And when you look at what most people were talking about, and what mattered to them, mostly what wasn't even the impeachment wasn't even mentioned. I mean, you know it was the economy It was it was covert. It was social justice, all the things that we all have been talking about for this past year and played such a crucial role. In the election itself, going forward if you were to, you know, put your cap on and say OK, a year from now, you know, I know it's hard to do but any thoughts on that You know, I think the first year of a Joe Biden presidency is going to be dominated by his team tackling so many challenges and and big crisis that they have to jump in on day one, and it's very similar, you know, similar and not similar. Let's say apples and oranges. A little bit of I covered the transition from the Bush administration to the Obama administration. And if you think back on what was happening in 2000 and eight with the financial crisis, the incoming Obama team knew how critical it was to be on top of things quickly and that, you know, he promised a lot of things on the campaign trail. But they couldn't get any of that until they tackled what was immediate in front of them with the economic crisis, and I think there are some similarities and parallels with Joe Biden coming in, and perhaps that's good that he was around for that in 2008 in 2009 to see how the administration tackled those things. First and foremost because they're coming in with the pandemic raging, you know, certainly by all the public health officials accounts that the numbers over the next few weeks with the holiday season on You can have a big agenda of what you want to do and how you want to work with Congress. But they've got to focus on the pandemic, getting that under control, making sure the vaccine is being produced at a large scale and the distribution of the vaccine cherry. I think that's going to be the story that we're covering for months next year. How they roll that out How effective they are, how people get it. Do people get it or they're still questions and skepticism? About even getting the vaccine that is going to be the big focus for Joe Biden and his team and Jerry, you can have big legislative agenda, but depending on how things go in those Georgia Senate runoff races He may not even be able to get to that agenda. The Republicans control the Senate with a very slim majority. Democrats, of course, control the House. That's going to change all the calculations for Biden and his team, So they acknowledge that you talked to officials now and they say we kind of don't know the world. We're going to be stepping into in some aspect on January 20th. The sources have told Jon Karl that the president has no intention of stepping away from politics. In fact, he fully intends to run. President again, while that mean for all of us over the next four years, I mean, especially for the for the Republican Party to when there's a lot of people who were waiting kind of going OK, Trump's gone Now we move on, but not really right. And and it means and this is going to be like covering No other former president. I mean, how much were we talking about George W. Bush in 2009 through 2012. We weren't because he wasn't tweeting. He wasn't doing events. He went to Texas and laid low. President Obama for the most part, until recently it on the sidelines. He did not get involved in politics. He didn't respond when President Trump was tweeting about him, criticizing him. He was writing his book for several years and only recently came off the sidelines to campaign for his former VP Joe Biden. This is going to be a whole new model that we're not used to dealing with.

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Trump Announced Pardon for Michael Flynn in Thanksgiving Eve Tweet

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 4 d ago

Trump Announced Pardon for Michael Flynn in Thanksgiving Eve Tweet

"That that retired retired Army Army General General Michael Michael Flynn Flynn should should never never have have been been prosecuted prosecuted a a presidential presidential pardon pardon President President Trump Trump has has officially officially granted granted a a full full pardon pardon to to his his former former national security adviser, Michael Flynn. Saying in a tweet. I know you will now have a truly fantastic Thanksgiving. I think he's a hero of the general back in 2017, the retired Army general pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI as part of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. Despite that, the Justice Department led by Attorney General William Barr, moved to drop its own case. Suggesting Flynn was entrapped into lying when interviewed by agents. Skylar reporting Flynn thanking his supporters and family on Twitter tweeted God bless family

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MLB names its first woman general manager, Kim Ng, to lead Miami Marlins

The KFBK Morning News

00:21 sec | 2 weeks ago

MLB names its first woman general manager, Kim Ng, to lead Miami Marlins

"Baseball's Kim Ang made history over the weekend after she was announced as the new general manager of the Miami Marlins, saying is Not only the first female general manager and major major league league baseball baseball history history but but the the first first general general manager manager in in any any major major league league sport, sport, first first female female general general manager. manager. She's She's also also the the league's league's first first Asian Asian American general manager. All right. Great

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NFL adopts COVID-19 contingency plan that will expand playoff field to 16 teams if needed

First Light

00:19 sec | 2 weeks ago

NFL adopts COVID-19 contingency plan that will expand playoff field to 16 teams if needed

"Owners have approved a proposal that will reward organizations were developing minority coaches in front office executives who become become head head coaches, coaches, general general managers managers or or team team presidents presidents for for other other clubs. clubs. Also, Also, the the league's league's owners owners unanimously unanimously approved approved a a contingency contingency plan plan to to expand expand the the playoff playoff field. field. The The 16 16 teams teams of of meaningful games are cancelled due to Cove in 19. The

Trump could make a Biden transition messy

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:20 min | 3 weeks ago

Trump could make a Biden transition messy

"Joe Joe Biden's Biden's transition transition team team wants wants to to get get to to work, work, but but it it looks looks like like a a government government agency agency won't won't cooperate cooperate just just yet. yet. We We have have reports reports that that the the General General Services Services Administration Administration will will not not sign off on the transition until at least Friday. POLITICOS White House in Washington correspondent Daniel Lippman joins us live with Mohr Dan. I like in this to the end of first blood when Colonel trap men trying to get ramble out of the building, But he's saying nothing is over. And apparently Rambo is getting company here, Dan. Why is the refusing to sign off on the Biden transition? And why is it so important for the Biden team to get there? Okay? Well, it's important because they need to access those funds. You know millions of dollars that ah, a new presidency requires new presidential administration needs to use Teo actually gonna pay employees and to get the work of building a team. Kind of in place. And the reason that Jessica has been holding onto it is because they don't want to get crosswise with President Trump, who is still fighting this election battle, even though all hope seems to be lost, even even as Jared Kushner and Melania Trump privately urged him to give up. On, so the point is kind of refusing until the pressure becomes too much. On Friday,

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Texas Supreme Court limits ballot drop off sites to one per county

Charlie Parker

00:35 sec | Last month

Texas Supreme Court limits ballot drop off sites to one per county

"Governor Abbot's Order closing all ballot drop sites, but one for county Overturning the rulings of both a trot court an appeals court the Texas Supreme Court, concluding that the Anti Defamation League, which filed the lawsuit was unable to demonstrate that limiting the ballot drop sites to one per county was a burden on the right right to to vote. vote. Texas Texas Attorney Attorney General General Ken Ken Paxton Paxton celebrated celebrated the the decision. decision. His His spokesman spokesman Alejandro Alejandro Garcia, Garcia, 2020, 2020, general general election election is is already already underway underway and and the the integrity integrity of of our our election election process process must be protected and preserved. Governor habits order rightfully bolsters the security of dropped off ballots. Chris Fox

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Trump Campaign Tapes Voters at Drop Boxes in Philadelphia

KYW 24 Hour News

01:28 min | Last month

Trump Campaign Tapes Voters at Drop Boxes in Philadelphia

"Campaign campaign has has taken taken video video of of voters voters at at drop drop boxes boxes in in Philadelphia. Philadelphia. They They say say this this is is an an effort effort to to find find wrongdoing. wrongdoing. But But the the attorney attorney general general says says this this may may rise rise to to the the level level of of voter voter intimidation intimidation here. Whatever used Tim Jimenez is that City Hall this morning. He joins us live with more on this morning to him. Good morning. Carol and the drop box here outside City Hall, in particular, is the subject of the Trump campaign complaint. In a letter to the city commissioners, campaign, attorney Linda Kern says on the 14th campaign representative filmed three voters. Putting two or three ballots in the drop box here, she writes. They believe this this just just the the tip tip of of the the iceberg. iceberg. When When it it comes comes to to people people doing doing this, this, bringing bringing more more than than one one ballot, ballot, they're they're demanding demanding unmanned unmanned drop drop boxes boxes and and Philly Philly be be taken taken away away or or more more restrictions restrictions and and surveillance surveillance be put in place. A city attorney wrote back, rejecting the claim that any law was broken in Pennsylvania. You do have to bring your own ballot. But there are exceptions, like if the other ballots are for those who are disabled or needs some kind of assistance. At least in the three examples from the Trump campaign. There is no proof that the voters did or did not have any valid reason to do so. Attorney General Josh Shapiro he's warning that campaign filming Maybe voter intimidation. The Trump campaign argues news crews. They filmed drop boxes of people there, so this is no different. Officials here in this state and the FBI director Carole They have said that there is no evidence of widespread voter fraud. All

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"general general" Discussed on Green Connections Radio -  Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

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"general general" Discussed on Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

"I do get them even at Safeway for example, and that they and that quote organic sales account for over 4% of total us food sales. So close quote. So how are organic products different you you just told us a little bit about the the soil issue but give us a lesson if you would in organic food 101 Yeah, well first I just want to say how exciting are those statistics though because it just reflects. That's where we start to be able to have those choices. So if it's out there and available in the market, then we actually can choose, you know to help mitigate our impact on climate through our diets. So we're really excited about the gross but we being those concerned about sustainable food systems are excited to see this growth in the in organic agriculture know I'm sure especially the 3/4 conventional grocery stores number, right? Exactly. And you know, this is where consumer demand has come into play that has really pushed off, you know, the the the current large Distributors, you know, some of the really large food companies. So for example, General General Mouse is done quite a bit of dead. Pressure from its consumers to increase the proportion of organic Source Foods in their some of their more popular product lines of Cheerios, for example, especially with their oats sourcing but it's been challenging. It's been challenging to be able to get that production up and so we can talk about some of those off challenges. Maybe we'll start with what what is organic. So there's there are formal criteria that are set with wage at the by the the USDA and these are the criteria that are necessary for Growers to meet in order to have them products certified as being organic. So essentially Meeting those criteria and one of the Dead There's many many many many different regulations rules and regulations that are associated with being certified organic. So getting into each one of them is beyond the scope here, but it's one of those maybe the overarching theme is that one there are very strict record-keeping requirements. And so and those record that record-keeping is effectively audited on an annual basis by an organic inspector. And so what the Assurance is for a consumer in purchasing a product that.

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Midnight Moment - Media Grinds my Gears - burst 1

The Midnight Patriots

16:29 min | Last month

Midnight Moment - Media Grinds my Gears - burst 1

"Hey Patriots Paul Spartan here with your truck tonight moment. It's just after midnight here in the mall High Command Center in the paper the price of.com Studios or Theatres Rowland. Right. So you wanted to do something about the the the blatant stupidity of the media which you know, currently I agree with as well. But what's up? I'm pissed off lately, you know listening to it does just the the the main street bullship of the you know, I mean people like I'll give you an example today, you know, listen to them, but I'm listening to Shaun Hannity. Yeah, listen to him this afternoon. I'm really quite fed up with listening to repetitive bulshit get repetitive nature of every day. They talked about Hillary Clinton Steele dossier rented Comey Clapper by today, He's strong all these people they keep describing the every single day for like the past year or two years. Hm about a dog. It's like I don't be the sort of nasty ugly way, but it's like listen to Joel Osteen. Yeah, give some really cool messages but it always ends up being the same thing. You get the same road. So guys go to give you this God's going to give you a Bountiful Harvest. We're down the road go to prevent all this treasure on the 7-year like that's right. Okay so big way down with Fox News because I was so tired of hearing these people talking about all these different things going on with Adele They Declassified all the stuff of of the of the Hillary Clinton emails and all this stuff. I mean, I'm at the point where it's either a license assholes or wage shut the hell up something else until somebody comes to light that you can bring the stuff back to the Forefront and put these assholes in jail log. This is everybody. I mean, what is that? What's the guy the the US attorney that's been looking into all of it? And he was promising results by the end of summer. And now it's now he's saying that you're not going to get any results until after the first of the year because of all the delays from covid-19. You know, I got a I got to say that that doesn't rub me correct either. Okay, Electro over that code would shit left the station three months ago. How exactly secondly you know, if if your average citizen you were high or being investigated for this we'd received at the maximum at the maximum. We'd receive inbox on the door. And a you know, Mister Spartan Mister burden, we need you to come with us, please and we would be handcuffed and read our rights and taken to a location and questions about who know so treatments months ago. Oh, yeah, so that said my my real question has been these past four months. Why isn't that happening? You know, why isn't why is the weight of why isn't the weight of the federal government being used to you know, what for lack of a better word that to you know, get these folks to talk or at least get them on the rep eliminated statement on the record. So you have something to use and dig and then you can you know, pursue charges after that. I mean, you know, they they Rogers. Yeah, we they get Rodger stone for absolutely nothing, you know ditto General General Flynn. I mean if you look into that fucking debacle, I mean that is just, you know, the man the man confessed so that his son wouldn't go to jail under some sort of obscure, you know some sort of obscure Panthers. And and tell me what father wouldn't go. Okay, I'll fall on the sword for my scheduler. Here you go. You know, I mean that's that's ludicrous but somehow we have all this concrete evidence floating around your standard person would would be back in cuffs and and in a Cell for but somehow the Washington Elite is just that just you know isn't going to work. I mean that's that's what people talk about when they're talking about a two-tier justice system and I think it pisses all of us off regardless of wage. So who's in the Oval Office and truth be told it's been this way for decades. This is not this is not something that started in 2016. I mean what what are your thoughts on that? It's probably the story took place during the McCarthy era back of the fifties. I had to be. Yeah. Yeah, that would shock me at all. You know. I am kind of getting a little bit more caught about Eugene McCarthy and it kind of went all that entail, but I just got really fed up with hearing Hannity and Limbaugh. and how to be the media to be has just become really the only people raved I'm kind of going on a chance to hear but sure but right now the only legitimate news sources that I really pay attention to is what American News Network Boeing edit that what's his name the Oklahoma State coach for on home of the T-shirt to Boggle up. Let's see Newsmax and plate Louis Park. I see Luke router to pull The Hodgetwins. Yeah, David Webb, you know the usual suspects Rush Limbaugh. Sure Mark Ross Park Levin regards like a Tucker Carlson, but after that well, maybe Laura Ingraham, but Doug with the really I'm done with Fox knows they're becoming more but I mean ever since Chris warmer. Sorry Chris Wallace, you know, it's Deborah dead dead father's me kill the moderators of these debates. How did get these assholes off? There's there's evidently a federal debate commission that actually actually they choose from a pool of them from what I understand, but that's that is how do these people that they choose in anyway come off as moderator from you know, I mean, let's put it this way and to our listeners out there regardless of what side of the of the the Spectrum you sit on nobody likes to see a nobody likes to see where the referees are biased. Nobody likes that all right. So, you know, you do need to have some sort of at least in partiality and fair treatment and I think I think if there's to all of our sports fans out there suck. We can all agree that we would also rather see a game called fairly even with you know mistakes. Okay, then have a complete and total bias. Okay by the officiating crew. So that said how the hell does a never Trumper like Wallace Wallace is a republican from what I you know, from what I gather but that said he's definitely a never Trumper. So he's definitely got a got an anti presidential an anti-protest bias. Okay, and you know, the funny part to me is Rush Limbaugh said years ago that the the intellectual Elite is that are quote unquote running the media number one. They're not intellectual number one number two, they're not elitist their leftist. They confuse intellectual elitism with political ideology. That was number one. Number two. They are only talking to themselves. In order to get Awards and get noticed by their peers. They give they don't give two shits about the actual audience or John Q or Jane Q public. Okay, and that's become completely evidence. I mean Wallace jumps all over the POTUS to to to where was it decry or disavow white racism or white box. Or superiority or whatever. The man has done it twenty two times in the last three years twenty two times in the last year's Wallace is oblivious to this why he's working at industry and he doesn't know this. You know, I mean, I'm down to see Joe Rogan officiate this and and wait for Joe Biden to go one of his, you know, the same come on man and Joe to look him straight in the face and go know I'm I don't know you're going to have to articulate. Please continue to you know, I mean there shouldn't be rules of a time limit in a debate not not a Choice Dental to be like 5 minutes to a question answer the question go to answer two-thirds of the way down to go. Oh, wait a minute about a time off. Well debate is debate debate as much like a but much like a live chess match. Okay, and you know, like like me a cryptic talk about on our last podcast and we reviewed that show by by the news that conflation tactic to tell blatant untruths and conflated multiple issues and Thursday. That within this time frame but but the rebuttal required longer than two minutes to let a bag of snakes that he threw out on the floor straight because none of it was true, but it's but that's a debate tactic and not used it to his benefit. Unfortunately. What we were talking about was we think that POTUS either didn't prepare correctly or didn't he thought that thought that Biden wouldn't be as much of a threat as he was I don't think that's a mistake he's going to make again, but that I I completely digressed but to go back to your point. Yeah, you either have blatant hatred and lies on one side or just complete a bulb and naivete on the other and you're right. It's getting old. It's getting it's getting stale The Narrative is you know is we're stuck in a stagnant pattern from 2017m. Exactly and it's it's I'm done. I mean, it's like can we please move on to Joe Biden being an absolute the food home? Talking about stuff about these poor these girls. I guess it did some kind of a little dancer some kind of little routine for out of that was yesterday and talking about I want to see these four girls dance like this for years from now. I'm like, oh my god. Wow, dude. Well people that need this. Oh, yeah, he just and he just said something like the reason he was able to stay in his life. So long was cut because some black women stock the shelves. I'm like, holy it's you know, nobody people should go to vote for this asshole. Yes. That's the other point right? There is that, you know, people sent their they beat up on politics. I understand that Elliot Omar Kazi. Oh Cortez Chuck Schumer Pelosi, Mexico has all these buffoons after continually doing and say dumb things, but it's not all their fault. You got to look at them. Orders and go argue that effing idiot. Well more importantly look into this crap. Well more and more importantly to your point. How does anybody see that and go? Oh, yeah, I'll vote for that. Is that coming? Brother? See people Boise driving down the road where to face masks? Oh, yeah. Yep. There's a Democrat write their own nuts. That's who these people are. Yeah, that was one of the jokes that we put up on the page on the page was, you know, if you're going to vote you don't have to have a biting bumper sticker If you're driving alone in your car with a mask on we know off we know. So it's just ridiculous and out here. It's you know, like a what I like to listen to, you know, what up in the early morning or early evening shows like after Rush Limbaugh. After Rush Limbaugh, but after work slip by usually looking to this is named at Birth guys. He's pretty cool. He's a good choice servative functional guy, right? You know, he's what I do. Let's do a set of Hannity cuz we're out of here down in his defense. I do kind of like him but you're right is his narrative is getting a little old. I mean, I think that he needs to understand. Okay, dude and get it. You know, you know, we know birth We know. All right, let's let's take a break here. We'll come back with our next segment midnight Patriot Nation Spartan here with a Shameless plug for our new gear shop Thursday. Midnight patriots.com t-shirts at hoodies mugs phone cases and just about everything else in between. We got you covered whether you're looking a brace your insomnia show your patriotism or make a liberal side explode really shop. Midnight patriots.com for limited time. You can save 15% on your order starting now and now back to the show. Do you have a final thought you want to make for the for the podcast for this? Will be I mean, you know the other day I was gone off basement. What about about six weeks? I saw on Facebook and the reason why we're on Facebook so long is because I'm so sick and tired of reading all the the falsehoods in stupidity about President Trump. Oh, yeah. I also heard about as ugly just I'm just updated. So I left and now Cutler blessed know when I go back into Facebook and I see all the stuff. I just go hide I post I just I don't even read them. I just I know who they're from. I know what they're going to say. Don't you read them? I'd post it makes me feel a whole lot less stress. I know I agree that crap. You know, it's like I don't it's too late is always it was never too late to change because my Pi's already been paid up and it didn't meet up for the last photo albums for years now. Well those of us those of us that have you know, those of us that have the benefit of age and I don't mean to say any of us are old even though we are dead. Yeah, we remember I wouldn't even think of voting for 16. That was no fucking way. I was voted for Hillary Clinton cuz I remember what a nightmare she was during the Clinton Administration. You know, I know what kind of asshole Joe Biden is cuz she like I said, I remember him from the Clinton Administration writing the crime bill, you know, the single piece of legislation incarcerated more people of color than any other single legislation dead, but I digress I remember that he did that, you know in the funny part is his running mate was more than happy to lock up people of color from marijuana violations while she was sitting back getting stoned at home the same night that she put guys away for it, which is over here sucking, you know, brownie squares real chicken Willie Brown's Road willing I beat yeah. There you go. She owns a Blue Dress suggestions a blue dress of her own those of us that are older in the audience will get that to all right. So let's get Willie. All right guys, so that's going to suck. But this episode of the midnight moment. This has been Spartan and Burton and we will catch you next time. Remember the Constitution is not just a suggestion trip. Well, everybody else. Have a good one.

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"general general" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:51 min | Last month

"general general" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Black people aren't making it up. We're not playing a race card, there is more than 100 people showing up toe honor John of his life. Outside the gas station, where he was killed, locking hands and wearing man, or that officer involved has been arrested. Bond set at a million dollars. Meantime, a former Red Sox infielder help to raise more than $70,000 for the family off Jonathan Pryce, who was Childhood friends with Will Middlebrooks. Former Red Sox infielder. Kentucky attorney General General Cameron is defending his handling of the Briana Taylor case. Appearing on Fox and friends, Cameron said his loyalties belong to the truth. Along with law. We also slammed Benjamin Crump, one of the attorneys for Taylor's family, calling Hema Creator of chaos and accusing him of selecting certain facts to fit his narrative in the case. Cameron's comments follow request from Taylor's family that a new special prosecutor look at the case. Cameron's office has until tomorrow to respond to the motion to hearing is set for Thursday, Vice President Mike Pence and Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris preparing for tomorrow's night's debate in Utah, CBS's Alice and Keys. Meantime, reports the Biden campaign is stepping up its outrage to black and Latino voters in Florida Monday night, Biden campaigned in Little Havana and Little Haiti, telling voters who lined up to hear him that their support matters. The campaign's Kamata, Marshall says, it's just not one group that we want to focus on where folks are all groups. Asked whether the campaign is having Trouble energizing black and Latino voters. Marshall denied any problems were saying the opposite. We're seeing energy on the ground, he says. Numbers lie, people. Don't Alison Keys. CBS News Remember, you could listen to the vice presidential debate. Tomorrow night from Utah. Nine PM right here on BBC News Radio will also be broadcasting the upcoming presidential debates way.

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"general general" Discussed on The WoMed

The WoMed

05:07 min | 2 months ago

"general general" Discussed on The WoMed

"Even, England, for example Which has the National Health Service, that's a tax funded system. it's not monolithic the the what's called a primary care doctor there, which called General General Practitioners GP's okay it. They don't worked for the government are private physicians they're there. Because they're in the Nashville because they treat. Patients in the context of the National Health Service. There the rules of the National Health Services do apply to them. But the docks are. Independent and prime minister, they have their issues. Like everybody would imagine they would. But But then when you go to a hospital which are run by those hospitals are run by trusts, their foundation trusts those are government hospitals and the specialists work for the hospitals and they are National Health Service employees. The. The tax funding. Of the National Health Service, you know as I say, all country, all countries. Thank their health system is too expensive. Even if it's much less expensive than ours is man they worry about it they worry about the tax burden on citizens and they worry about the cost of the system and so that wet wet what has been done in England as people said, you know we can't maybe we can't finance this whole system through the tax code. Maybe. People in more than healthcare than they're willing to pay in taxes. So how do we deal with that? We have to create some kind of a small private insurance system. People, can buy private insurance. And if they want to, they can get out from under the National Health Service and go through the private system. Saying so they looked at us and he said. Maybe. The Americans are onto something in having some cried at health insurance, which can be kind of relief valve in the system. So it, you can be in England. You can go through the National Health Service and see a specialist. But the very same specialists can also go down the street to a private office and seeing you if you have private health insurance and you possibly could because you have private health insurance jumped the queue, right? Wow. You lied to see the specialist through the public. System. Now. If you go to.

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Boston - A racist robocall is making the rounds in North Andover during a state rep. race

WBZ Midday News

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Boston - A racist robocall is making the rounds in North Andover during a state rep. race

"Call is backing a state state lawmaker lawmaker running running for for re re election. election. It's It's a a call call the the candidate candidate is is denouncing denouncing and and wants wants stopped. stopped. The The FBI FBI and and Attorney Attorney general general are are investigating investigating as W. B. C's sherry. Small reports, most candidates running for reelection welcome support for their campaign. But incumbent Democratic State lawmaker for the 18th Essex District Trump win says a racist robo call that circulating is urging people to vote for her. Neither will Nor the Massachusetts Democratic Party authorized or endorse the call. According from them, it's a black white people means black laces. Thank goodness why people will be a minority in a few years. Some constituents in her district forwarded her the recordings of the calls, she says it was disturbing to listen to when we have a message like that, that's so divisive. Trouble us and really doesn't reflect the values of the people of this district. Sherry Small W B Z Boston's news radio.

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Hours of grand jury recordings in Breonna Taylor case released

WBZ Morning News

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Hours of grand jury recordings in Breonna Taylor case released

"Kentucky's attorney general earlier in the week more than 15 hours of audio recordings of the grand jury proceedings in the Briana Taylor case were released publicly yesterday, NBC's Alex Perez with Mohr on what we've learned, we know that the attorney general never presented a case on those those other other two two officers officers to to the the grand grand jury, jury, so so They They did did not not reach reach any any conclusion conclusion when when it it comes comes to to those those two two other other officers officers because, because, the the attorney attorney general general said said from from the the beginning beginning because Kenneth Walker fired at them, they were justified in using their weapons. And so there was no case to move forward with the grand jury's recordings. Do not include juror deliberations or prosecutor's recommendations and statements. Massachusetts

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Breonna Taylor grand jury recordings made public

Terry Meiners and Company

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Breonna Taylor grand jury recordings made public

"Kentucky Attorney general's general's office office has has handed handed over over the the grand grand jury jury recordings recordings from from the the Briana Briana Taylor Taylor case. case. Hayley Hayley Hansen Hansen is is following following the the story story be be over over 20 20 hours hours of of grand grand jury jury recordings recordings include include commentary from law enforcement and interviews with neighbors, including Chelsea Naper. Detective Herman Hall with the attorney general's office. What's she crying before Discovery? She hearing crying, saying. Him breathe. Oh, my God. No. What was in the Tyra. She didn't hear divorces all only crime. None of the three Alan P D officers involved in Taylor shooting were charged directly with causing her death. Kaylie Hanson, NewsRadio, Wait. 40 yes,

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Kentucky attorney general given until Friday to release grand jury recordings in Breonna Taylor case

Terry Meiners and Company

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Kentucky attorney general given until Friday to release grand jury recordings in Breonna Taylor case

"That Briana Taylor grand jury recordings will not be released today. Jefferson County Judge has granted a delay in releasing the recording at the request of Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron. The had asked for a one week delay in order to redact personal information information from from more more than than 20 20 hours hours of of recordings. recordings. Judge Judge and and Bailey Bailey Smith Smith has has given given the the attorney attorney general general until until Friday Friday at at noon noon to to hand hand over over the the recordings. recordings. Grand Grand jury jury proceedings proceedings are being made public as part of evidence in the criminal case against former police detective Brett Hankerson, who's charged with wanton endangerment in the raid that led to Briana Taylor's death. Kaylie Hanson News Radio 8 40 Yes,

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Homicide charges never recommended in Breonna Taylor case

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Homicide charges never recommended in Breonna Taylor case

"Kentucky's attorney general general has has agreed agreed to to comply comply with with the the judge's judge's order order to to release release the the recordings recordings of of the the secret secret grand grand jury jury proceedings proceedings that that consider consider charges charges against against police police involved involved in in the the fatal fatal shooting shooting of of Briana Briana Taylor. Taylor. Not Not only has Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron admitted he never asked the grand jury to consider homicide charges against Yes, And they're killing of Briana Taylor, The lawyer for a grand juror who filed a motion to release proceeding says it is still a question what prosecutors presented to the grand jury. If anything, attorney Kevin Glow, Gower says certain questions

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Grand jury indicts 1 officer on criminal charges 6 months after Breonna Taylor fatally shot by police in Kentucky

The Vegas Take

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Grand jury indicts 1 officer on criminal charges 6 months after Breonna Taylor fatally shot by police in Kentucky

"Brett Brett Hankinson Hankinson with with three three counts counts of wanton of wanton endangerment endangerment of of neighboring neighboring apartments apartments in the shooting in the shooting that also that also claimed claimed the life the life of bringing of bringing Ana Taylor Ana Taylor during during a a no knock no knock narcotics narcotics raid raid in March. in March. There's There's no doubt no doubt that this that is this a is a gut gut wrenching wrenching Emotional Emotional case case and the and payment the payment many many people people are feeling. are feeling. Is understandable. Is understandable. Kentucky Kentucky Attorney Attorney General General Daniel Daniel Cameron Cameron as as Louisville Louisville prepares prepares for for more more possible possible advanced advanced under under a state a state of emergency of emergency there there shuttered shuttered government government buildings buildings and and now a now a 72 72 hour hour curfew curfew in place. in place. Lisa Lisa thanks thanks Geoff Geoff Cameron Cameron has just has just gone on gone on to emphasize to emphasize some some key facts key facts in the in case. the case. He

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Louisville under state of emergency ahead of Breonna Taylor decision

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

Louisville under state of emergency ahead of Breonna Taylor decision

"Kentucky's largest city continue preparations for protests as the city waits for a decision by the state attorney general on the Briana Taylor case, Daniel Cameron expected to announce this week it will charge the officers involved in Taylor's shooting death. Governor Andy Bashir says he's spoken spoken to to the the state state attorney attorney general. general. But But details details in in the the case case have have been been tight tight lipped. lipped. Sheer Sheer says says he he is is confident confident protests protests will will not not get get on on rolling. rolling. The The eyes eyes and and ears ears of of the the world world are are going going to to be be here. here. People People are are going to be Herd. Let's just make sure it's done in a way where that message doesn't get lost. The mayor of Louisville declared a state of emergency hours after police said they would restrict access to downtown. Coming up

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It's the Little Things

Your Brain on Facts

06:39 min | 2 months ago

It's the Little Things

"For want of a nail, the shoe was lost for want of a shoe. The horse was lost for want of a horse. The rider was lost for want of a writer the message was lost for want of the message the battle was lost for want of a battle, the kingdom was lost. Small things can have reverberating effects on history both good and bad. In fourteen fifty three, the great walled city of Constantinople fell it had withstood sieges for eleven hundred years. It had held off fire from the then state of the art cannons for weeks. The Byzantine said even Ford soldiers trying to tunnel under the wall autumn Turks were finally able to overrun the great city because someone left the door open. One of the many gates in the fourteen miles of wall had been left open during the night and the Ottomans flooded in. Killing Constantine the eleventh in the battle and bringing an end to the eastern Roman Empire. My Name's Moxy and this is your brain on facts. It was a freezing Christmas night in Trenton. New Jersey during the revolutionary war. The English Colonel Johann Gottlieb Rall. Commander. Of a mercenary infantry regiment of fourteen hundred has seen soldiers from Germany sat down to a good supper and an evening of entertainment. He and his men were celebrating their recent victories over George Washington's volunteer army, and of course, the Christmas holiday. Safe from the bitter cold and the pelting sleet inside a wealthy merchants home that they had commandeered. They relaxed safe in the assumption that no one in their right mind would possibly try to cross the Delaware River at night in a blinding winter storm. Someone challenged role to a game of chess, and before long he was deep in tactics and strategy. There was a knock at the door. And exhausted young. Messenger boy came in bearing a note from loyalist farmer. It's important to remember that about a third of colonists still consider themselves to be British and didn't want the revolution. Raw paid the boy little notice took the note and put it in his coat pocket without opening it. That pocketed piece of paper would cost him and the war effort nearly. Two hours earlier and ten miles away. Washington's men had begun being ferried across the icy Delaware. River. It took over ten hours to get all twenty four hundred men over to the New Jersey side. The conditions were so adverse five men froze to death. Then began the arduous march to Trenton in the dark. The plan had been to attack the town from all sides before dawn, but the troops didn't arrive until eight am. During the attack which lasted only an hour forty of the German. Henson's were killed and the remaining thousand surrendered. Colonel was mortally wounded. When his body was found the unopened note warning of Washington's crossing was still in his pocket. If role had read it, he would surely have had his gross of professional soldiers prepared. He allowed his pride and the weather to lull him into thinking his enemy was not a threat. Had he won the battle he may well have killed George Washington James Madison James Monroe John Marshall Aaron Burr and Andrew. Hamilton The. Second, most common premise in alternate history circles behind what if Germany won World War Two is what if the south one the American civil war? Two pieces of paper dropped in a farmer's field almost brought that about. Confederate General Robert E. Lee. Whose statue in the middle of my hometown of Richmond, Virginia has recently been given the historical context. It's so sorely needed. In the form of tons of. Graffiti. Issued Special Order one ninety one during the Maryland campaign before the Battle of Antietam. In the order lead divided his army, delineating the routes and roads to be taken and the timing for the units to reconvene. Adjutant Robert H Chilton penned copies of the letter endorsed them in Lee's name. Staff. Officers distributed the copies to various confederate generals. General Thomas Stonewall Jackson in turn copied the document for one of his subordinates, major general, D H Hill who was to exercise independent command as the rearguard. A Union soldier Corporal Barton W Mitchell of the twenty seven. Th Indiana volunteers found two pieces of paper bundled with three cigars as he marched across a farm in Maryland an area recently vacated by Hill and his men after they had camped there. The order provided the Union army with valuable information, concerning the army of Northern Virginia's movements and campaign plans. Upon receiving lease lost order. Major General George McClellan leading the Union army of the Potomac proclaimed. Here is a piece of paper with which if I cannot whip Bob Ely, I will be willing to go home. He immediately moved his army in hopes of foiling lease battle plans. When Lee heard a copy of special order one, ninety, one was missing he. He knew his scattered army was vulnerable and rushed to reunite his units Antietam Creek near Sharp's Berg. Lee's troops arrived tired hungry and many were sick. The Battle of Antietam, would go down as the bloodiest battle of the American civil war with casualties recorded as twenty, three, thousand dead wounded, which was usually as good as dead or unaccounted for over the course of the half day battle. That's nearly two thousand soldiers in our one every two seconds. When night fell both sides ceased fire together, their dead and wounded. The next day Lee began the painstaking job of moving his ravage troops back Virginia. Here, some scholars argue another solitary decision had far reaching consequences. Despite having the advantage. McClellan. Allowed Lee to retreat without resistance. From his point of view, he'd accomplished his mission by forcing Lee's troops from Maryland and preventing confederate win on union soil. President, Lincoln however thought McClellan missed a great opportunity to potentially end the war three years earlier than it ultimately would.

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New York protests: BLM groups calling for Rochester mayor, police chief to resign

The Sunday Show

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

New York protests: BLM groups calling for Rochester mayor, police chief to resign

"Of of demonstrators demonstrators turned turned out out in in Rochester, Rochester, New York, last night, demanding the city's mayor and police chief resigned. As NPR's Brian Man reports they're demanding justice over the death of Daniel Prude in police custody. Marchers gathered on the street where Daniel prude, a black man lay in March naked with a hood over his head surrounded by officers. Christopher Cole's told the crowd people want justice is the first time that the world is standing up for black lives is seeing us for the first time when the crowd turned toward Rochester's main police station, a large force of officers used tear gas in a military style vehicle to scatter the protest. New New York's York's attorney attorney general general the the tissue, tissue, James James announced announced he's he's convening convening a a grand grand jury jury is is part part of of the the investigation investigation into into proves proves death. death. Seven Seven officers officers have have been been suspended. suspended. Brian Brian Man Man NPR NPR NEWS, Rochester, New York.

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Demonstrators in Rochester, N.Y. protest at city hall over Daniel Prude’s death

The Sunday Show

00:54 sec | 3 months ago

Demonstrators in Rochester, N.Y. protest at city hall over Daniel Prude’s death

"Of of demonstrators demonstrators of of demonstrators demonstrators turned turned turned turned out out in in out out Rochester, Rochester, in in Rochester, Rochester, New York, New York, last last night, night, demanding demanding the city's the city's mayor mayor and and police police chief chief resigned. resigned. As NPR's As NPR's Brian Brian Man Man reports reports they're demanding they're demanding justice justice over over the death the death of Daniel of Daniel Prude Prude in police in police custody. custody. Marchers Marchers gathered gathered on the street on the street where Daniel where Daniel prude, prude, a black a black man man lay in lay in March March naked naked with a with hood a hood over his over head his head surrounded surrounded by officers. by officers. Christopher Christopher Cole's Cole's told told the crowd the crowd people people want want justice justice is the is first the time first that time that the world the world is standing is standing up for up black for black lives lives is seeing is seeing us for us the for first the first time time when the when crowd the crowd turned turned toward Rochester's toward Rochester's main main police police station, station, a large a large force force of officers of officers used used tear tear gas gas in a in military a military style style vehicle vehicle to scatter to scatter the protest. the protest. New New York's York's New New York's York's attorney attorney attorney attorney general general general general the the tissue, tissue, the the tissue, tissue, James James James James announced announced announced announced he's he's convening convening he's he's convening convening a a grand grand a a grand grand jury jury jury jury is is part part is is part part of of the the investigation investigation of of the the investigation investigation into into proves proves into into proves proves death. death. death. death. Seven Seven Seven Seven officers officers officers officers have have been been have have suspended. suspended. been been suspended. suspended. Brian Brian Brian Brian Man Man NPR NPR Man Man NPR NPR NEWS, NEWS, Rochester, Rochester, New York. New York.

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"general general" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:27 min | 3 months ago

"general general" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Because, like you said, raise the causes over here What you guys are doing? I don't know what you're doing, but that ain't right, And that's not it Next shift. Several Democrats are urging the FBI to open a criminal inquiry into Postmaster General General Lewis to joy, alleging the Trump mega donor is intentionally slowing service to affect mail in ballots. Mail sorting machines are being decommissioned male around the country delayed And you've seen the pictures of locked mailboxes circulating on social media. Um, the house. Let me jump in on this one. You know what's interesting is I'm very I don't like what happens in our politics, right? The polarizing nature of left and right. I don't think it does the people any good right to find ourselves constantly in these battles. So I am typically not one to say, Pull the FBI and like I didn't like the whole we're going to try to impeach Trump that whole thing I was never for not for it. Sorry, Andi, And I think the guy's a crook, but that's not what all of that I'm not four, but this I'm actually for I think once you start getting to the heart of our democracy To the heart of what makes us who we are the images of mailboxes being lacked and dragged away. This is scary stuff, Man. This is not and it's hard because We live in a generation where in some ways where we're very informed, but we're not necessarily wise air. Very educated, if you will. So I don't think we get how important this is. We don't understand what a problem miss could be going forward. This is a big deal, right and so to me. Yes, I'm like whatever we have to do, essentially and call it a scare tactic because that's what it is. Whatever we have to do to get trump and his folks to really back up off this move. Yeah, we have to do it. Because this is everything I'm seeing is like a pollen. This is one of things that I go. Whoa! War war War war, right. We already have the enough going on. In the atmosphere right now, when you add this in non I don't like where our country's going. So for me, I want to maintain order. If you want to maintain some semblance of normality and our ability to get there, and I don't want anyone touching our mail service at all. I don't know what I don't know. And neither do you even.

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"general general" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:42 min | 4 months ago

"general general" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Demonstrators clashing with security forces and riot police met with a gust. Crowds storming government buildings, documents raining from the windows protesters demanding accountability from officials. Not just for this tragedy, but decades of corruption and mismanagement. Hundreds of thousands of people are homeless. As a result of the explosion. Over 6000 people were injured. Today marks 75 years since the United States dropped an atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Nagasaki, which killed 40 to 80,000 people. At 11:02 a.m. Local time. In Nagasaki survivors, city leaders and others held a minute long moment of silence for the loss. The mayor calling for world leaders to work toward a nuclear weapons banned the dwindling survivors of The Nagasaki atomic bombing, along with survivors of Hiroshima, which happened three days earlier, still suffering due to cancer, Other long term effects of radiation discrimination and trauma. Protests continue in Jerusalem, calling for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to step down over his corruption trial, a lack of adequate response to that country's covert outbreak and plan to annex the disputed West Bank. All of this is Netanyahu is refusing to sign the new budget per his agreement with coalition partner General General Benny Gantz that could bring down the new unity government on August 25th and trigger another Israeli election. That would be the 4th 1 this one in the middle of a pandemic. ABC store Donna Miller, a new record.

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"general general" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

05:44 min | 4 months ago

"general general" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"People's wiring. Is Much, more delicate than you give them credit for these days or General General. People can go south much quicker than you think they can go out certainly seen it right and I always kind of. Always used a metaphor, the old guy, but he's seventy eight, but he's super viral, still rides his bike, and then he falls off his mountain bike and he breaks his pelvis, and you see that in the hospital four days later, it looks like death one hundred. Yeah. It's just all those years. He staved off all those years from fifty five to seventy, five and four days sale came rushing back. Yes. Right. If that happens. So people. People's ability to, come undone. Done quickly. and. When a and also we we we we we slide in. We. are, prone for. Weakness. Slash. evil. In in a weird way like we're, we're we're we're wired for sort of being bad luck. We're all wired like any shitty kid is I want everything. You know I want to tell everyone everything, I wanna do what I WANNA do. I don't want to you know I'm to you know basically we're wired shitty wiring humans are like. Here's you know, here's my wiring You Make Lasagna, and then when I'm done eating lasagna, you clean the LASAGNA. That, seems fair. By the way, I know adults that work that way that seems fair to them. That's should be that way. But what we stave off like we've all this stuff all this lost in envy and pettiness and cabinets, and all this kind of stuff. We just we're, it's a constant release adolescent used to. Yeah, it's constant. Yes. Religion would just fight it, fight it, fight it. But the second something happens like this. We just pull the fucking rich ripcord on everything, and this is just people through weakest and the worst just comes and the more the more it surrounds you the easier it is, and then you shame those pointed out. And and it's on and that's that's what's happened. That's why it happened. So fast were all sort of. Mentally wired like that. That old person is physically just were just one. Pelvic fracture away way from just completely looking like that. It's like you used to describe your mom with the doe young. The boom. You described her as being sort of tightly wound in the fifties and early sixties and. One, hair goes out of place in the whole food. Comes Rushing Day. If you've not seen that cartoon convention, it's hard to describe. Yeah. My mom was kind of put together in the sixties and then it just turned. Yeah, it's easy. Look through. into the whole thing. Take a person..

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"general general" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

07:06 min | 4 months ago

"general general" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"In the FBI, at least in the recent past, and maybe currently is toe alter evidence to try to get people imprisoned. They did this with as you mentioned Carter Page. They did this with General Flynn. The same actors aren't it seems to be a business model of theirs. Yes, And not only did they do a poor job of it, but they write down their plan. That's wondering, I've not been able to get over. I mean, seriously, they won't down what they were doing like they were. They were back. Brazen and that sure of themselves incorrectly. Of course, that they literally wrote down their crime. It blows the mind. It really does. Yeah, it either right? The either shows they're incredibly stupid or That they were so arrogant and so sure that they had the system rigged to protect the criminals within the system that that's why that they were so blatant and brazen about it. Agreed. I think it's choice be, um, I think they had it also, they thought they had it all sewn up. They were goingto, you know, have revenge on General Flynn for wanting to do the right thing. And I always say, you really have to think about this. They literally had two events. A crime in order to get that mad. They look here. We have an entire life just like President Trump trying to find any indiscretion at all, and they had to create one out of thin air. That's how stand up of a gentleman General General Michael Flynn is and you know these are the types of people we want running things in the country. And so that's why they didn't want him around. You're going to do the right thing, and they still don't want him around. They are doing everything in their power. Tracy, As you have outlined I about line they're doing everything in their power to block General Flynn from entering the battlefield yet again because they know he's a game changer. The latest has been this judge Emmet Sullivan. What's your Take on Sullivan? Why do you believe Who? What? What possibly do you think that he is how he could be indebted to the deep state that he's doing this? No. At this point, To be honest, I think it is more of an ego thing for Judge Sullivan. Then it is some allegiance to corrupt. You know Obama administration officials. It may have started out that way. But he was he was embarrassed by this appeals court. And I think that he's just he had to have in my opinion. This is not obviously something that I've got sourcing for. But in my opinion, he had to talk to some panel of judges on that appeals court before he filed this petition. I cannot see any any path forward where they either they're going to dismiss this out right or if they take it on to hear it. It's not going to go in his favor. There's no direction where General Flynn is, is prosecuted by the judge. When all the parties are not interested in moving forward, it's like if you were going to do A family member who owed you money. You took the case to court. The family member paid you back. And then the judge said, Yeah, well, I still want to punish him anyway, you know and said, I just don't like the guy. So let's move forward with this and you're like, I don't want to see him anymore. You did the right thing, but it didn't matter and they were forced to move. I mean, that's exactly what's happening here. Let's let's turn to somebody else that has gotten more media attention of late, and that's Gullane Maxwell. Many people believe that the Epstein case has been buried, and there aren't gonna be any negative ramifications for the players that were involved. Now, Elaine Maxwell is under the thumb of the Feds. Your take. If that were the case, they never would have arrested her. I found it interesting, and there's been nothing coming out on this to go either way again, just to be transparent, But I found it very interesting. That is in his Jeffrey Berman, who was a former U. S attorney in charge of this case. I was sort of fired incomes claim to be, you know, putting put behind bars and There's ah Couple pieces were working on a regard for our family and the connections there, which are really, really crazy, But I don't think he's the only one that that had help. You know, with this horrible atrocity that Jeffrey Epstein did. I think there were more people that will learn about his time goes on. And I don't think this is a public corruption unit involved here that that that mortar than just You know, Ah, criminal action. They don't get involved in these cases, typically, unless there's a reason. So there's that well and and the Berman issue who was the the attorney, the prosecutor running the state's attorney's office in in the Southern district in New York. You're right, Tracy. And notice that it's a nerve for the deep state. They will not talk about Jeffrey Berman Day They hooted and hollered when he initially was terminated by Eiji Bar and President Trump. But not a not a not a peep out of the deep states mainstream media since And as you mentioned, it was very soon after he was Canned that all of a sudden, Maxwell boom. She was taken down. We're going to hear about Berman a lot on Tuesday when the Senate Judiciary Committee I believe it is, I forget which committee is having bar. I don't remember off the top of my head, but he's Scheduled to testify on Tuesday for several hours and you know Berman been kind of screaming behind the scenes saying I was pushed out. This is on hold for. Well, guess what you serve at the pleasure of the President. He doesn't have to keep you at all. You know, these people think they're entitled to job. That's not how it works. And you know if you're not doing the right thing, and they gave you a chance to gracefully exit stage, right, and you decided to throw a hissy fed listens. He was going to be transferred. He wasn't going to be completely fired. Berman made to think about from made it public. And then Eiji Bar said. All right, well, now you're gone. I mean, we can't keep you anymore, So we'll be hearing a lot about that, and probably not. And other U S attorney that worked on the Roger Stone case on Tuesday. There's going to be a lot that comes out of that hearing. So stay tuned on that one. Well, an interesting, you know, Tell me if I'm wrong, Tracy. But when Barack Obama, for example, became president, did he fire every U. S attorney because they were there at the pleasure of the president, And since they were there from another administration, he terminated them all. I believe Bill Clinton did the same. Yeah, everybody does. Most people do remember the stink When priest Bahar was let go. I mean the hypocrisy and we haven't even talked about which I'm glad. Actually, we haven't even talked about chaos and violence going on around the country. People are crazy. I can't even hold it in anymore. I'm just saying it out loud now they're not And I think the American people see that no matter what side of the aisle they're on, They're overplaying their hand. They're very, very desperate, and it's not going to work out in their favor. You can see Nancy Pelosi very uncomfortable in all over you. She had a falling out with the reporter on camera yesterday, so they're very nervous, very nervous..

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"general general" Discussed on The Talk Show

The Talk Show

13:11 min | 1 year ago

"general general" Discussed on The Talk Show

"Have you seen a new tesla. Cyber truck yes it looks it. Looks like like a rendering from old like starbucks Super Nintendo game As soon as I saw it it looked to me like a rough rough draft of a Delorean and then I found out I actually found that it is a fact made with stainless steel and that gives it some of that. Look but it has that wedge shape I will say I don't love the design of it I really don't I don't hate it as much as some people seem to but I love that it's original and looks like nothing else like I think one one of my knocks against Tesla is that. I don't think they've done anything. Truly innovative in the exterior design of cars. Like I I know it Tesla model s when I see it but for the most part they disorder look a lot like all the other sedans of the same size class. And there's certain things that they do that I think are starting to look old fashioned. I think putting chrome around the window trim of CAR I. I've never liked chrome on a car like that. There's there's a lot of stuff that they've done over the years. Just isn't that great. And then when they do something. Originally put the goal wings on their T. V.. Crossover thing it's just stupid. Nobody wants that at least this cyber truck which is the most ridiculous name to which I kind of love. I mean who uses cyber anymore except the main thing. Sorry sorry cyber trout information superhighway. The only other person I know who still uses word. Cyber is Joe Biden. Yeah yeah look at somebody who is not at all in the market for a truck. I'm excited to see something weird looking. Yeah I love it yeah I totally love it so apparently. The Demo went poorly where they were showing. How Incredibly Ah Alon is obviously a little bit of an exaggeration? There you know he's a showman but he was there sledgehammer against the the door no damage the glassy. Wanted to say it's bulletproof. And then he caught himself said almost bulletproof bulletproof has a very specific meaning literally. It means this Bobrov seems in that horseshoes and hand grenades category with the bullet goes through your window. And you don't want to be well almost didn't make yeah. Almost bulletproof has almost pregnant but then they toss like on steel marble onto the window. Again supposed to show that it won't crack and instead chattered right in the demo he had great stage presence that work through it. He's he's truly the greatest showman. Oh men they're current current leader But I also feel like he keeps promising things. That don't actually like happen. Yeah totally supposed to have a Mars colony soon. Yeah but maybe his optimism on that front. I'm not a huge e Lan musk's supporter her. But I'm glad he's there. I am glad he's there. I know some people certainly I know. There's there's people who listen to the show who are big fans of him than me. I know that there's a subset of people who think that everything. Everything that ails apple is the day should somehow by Tesla so that he can be the CEO of the joint company. You know like the way. Got Steve Jobs when they bought next and it is interesting. I bring this up because it isn't interesting car and it just came out yesterday But it fits with this description of Tim. Cook being very cautious. Che's and have sort of very different person than Steve Jobs whereas Elon. Musk is the closest thing we have to a steve jobs like character. You know and I can see why longtime Apple fans would have the view that it would be better to somehow make that merger happened like I. I don't think it's true. It's it's like. Apple is a mature company now and it benefits from having Not Withstanding everything we've been saying about Tim. Cook and trump. It is appropriate for to have a mature picture. CEO who runs a very complicated very large scale business that needs to be organized at disciplined and not promising things things that come two days late or smashing windows on stage but it was exciting. Right apple was in some ways. More was more a fun in some ways to be an apple fan when it was a little underdog company had this headstrong. CEO and was doing crazy stuff. Right like we're GONNA have blue computers. WHOA right and now? It's like you know. I think the boring thing gets overstated sometimes but it's very competent and it's very mature we know there's going to be a new phone every year right so I'm not like Holy Shit. They made a new. Don't it's obvious. Yeah my favorite example world now maybe not the best example but I know one example of that was I message where they were unveiling a message for the first time I forget what was early on the phone and apparently what happened is during the keynote. Rehearsals jobs hit upon the idea of well. Let's open source this thing and said Yeah and yeah well. We'll look into it. I don't know if we can. We can do that. And then he just said it he'd set it on stage that we were opening the whole thing. It's you know we're sending it to the standard bodies and whatever and and I know for a fact that people who worked on the message team that was the first they heard about it and they were legit and they're like we can't do that and they're thinking about the parts of the code that you you know like can't be licensed can't be literally not just legally couldn't be open source that ever patent protected things air like what are we going to do and it never happened never happened. That's not going to happen with Tim Cook Right. That is never going to happen with Tim. Cook where he's going to impetuously. Obviously decide to open source of major technology. You know forty eight hours before a keynote and not tell the team or double. Check that even possible that this is not going to happen. and they hit their deadlines right. I mean that's like the you know. He's the Logistics Guy who runs the company. It's big we don't have this like. When is there going to be a new MAC? Os So we have what they had to delay it because they needed engineers to do the phone right. One point but it was from a coverage perspective get more more entertaining and Tesla Zaveri Fun Company. It's a really weird thing. They just like totally screwed up product demonstration. which is way more entertaining than having it? Go well right so good for them. Well and and apple used to have demos fail much more regularly in the Steve Jobs here because I think they were more aggressive about him and I was just talking to Joanna Stern about it recently. I think it was Joanna when she was on and it was before her her time in the apple media crowd but there was this this demo of an iphone where the Wi fi went out on stage and jobs just didn't work jobs came back and was like asking the media. Like he's a you know why I my my people told me why it's because there's five hundred and eighty seven in hot spots in this room right now. Shut them down. If you're out there and you see someone with it. Shut it down. And it's like way off script right and it was kind of scary to see angry. Steve Jobs talking talking to wwe four or five thousand people in a room shot it down. Shut them all down. And meanwhile I'm in the press area and everybody still has keyboards open CH- approach to everybody's nobody. I don't think one person did the media close their laptop because they're all either taking notes live logging. It just didn't happen but now it's been a long time since they've had a demo Phil I think. The risk is one that they've done in. Recent years was the when they introduced the cellular Apple Watch do do you remember this one. And they had the woman out standing on a canoe in the middle of a lake with an ad like a super telephoto Lens to to get her on camera and she took a call from Jeff. Williams live during the keynote on her apple. Watch while she was in the middle of a lake but you gotta Bet she'd been out in that lake like for a month. Yeah she's she's living in the middle of the lake right. I mean you know it's very inefficient. It just seemed like in addition into the possible possibility of technology failure that there was the possibility of balance failure and she falls into the lake weather bad weather. You can't be out. There's lightning but you never know what was what was planned. F You know. Maybe there was a dozen people have different lakes throughout America scale. What about this vape up band did you see that? Oh yeah so this is right so this is I could tell become old because I didn't even know that were vape APPs No me neither. This is like again. I'm totally I always use my phone to debate. You know this is like I think that like the APP store centralized control roll like I believe what apple says mostly that like this is good is good for consumers. It's easier for everybody. But then you get into these things like I hear such conflicting stop about vaping you know from different public health stakeholders the American Lung Association seems to have one view about a lot of people people like count into another. Because it's it's as complicated calculus right like does it displace harm by getting people to not smoke traditional cigarettes or or does it get new generations of young people on. It's like a really hard problem and not like within apple's zone of expertise chiefs right right and what they do as a institution but they're deciding and it's it's weird. I totally get the argument again. I've tried to emphasize this is my take on it that I feel like it's very close call and I. It's I if you want me to always have a hundred percent black or hundred percent white. Yes or no take on every single thing I am not the pundit to read or listen to I feel like this one is like a sports instant didn't replay where it's like damn I don't know if he's in bounds or out of bounds that is close and like whichever way they come up with you even if it was against what you wanted or what you squinted into the TV and see. I just feel like you have to admit this is kind of a close call because it's a so all over the map you know that there's a reasonable source saying it's way safer than smoking and then there's other reasonable sources saying that. This is incredibly dangerous and unknown that these mysterious forty two deaths Are So mysterious that we really don't even understand why these people are dead and that's terrifying. Isn't this actually what you would you want to have. A government for companies normally don't WANNA be regulated. But in this case I would think you would want to say to Congress or the FDA or something. We like look like a lot of people are yelling at me from both sides about this and we don't care we have no financial stake in this. We legitimately just want to do the right thing and but we want someone else to tell us but what that is we have an FDA actually for a reason and they should make a decision. And it's like I get I get the argument. That one political party is a little bit more pro business and therefore little wants in. General General wants regulations eased and wants to minimize the number of them and the other side. Maybe is a little more public policy. We've focused and is a little bit more prone to more tighter regulations. I get that argument. That's what the political process is supposed to iron out. And you should you know in the long run achieve a balance because of one side goes too far. The other. The public opinion should shift in the other parts favor. That's the way it's supposed to work at but the F. d. a in particular along with the Dod National Highway Standards and stuff like that like making sure that you're legally glee ensuring that you have the highest possible chance known to man of surviving. A car accident should not be a political issue that it's like a triumph of engineering during the way that you know the accidents that people can survive today compared to decades past. And you know being able to buy meat beat and know that it's there's a very high likelihood that it's not infected with e-coli because it's inspected by federal regulators whose only interest is in certifying. Yes indeed this fruit and produce and meat is free of contaminants. Yeah that's a good thing right. Yeah yeah and I don't know I mean just this is not your say. This is just not like apples..

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"general general" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"general general" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"And good morning, everybody. Welcome to wells for this Saturday morning joining us in studio to start off the day, Allen Glover general, general manager highly Marston Hearst, and general manager of the Hyundai store. Also highly and Mazda. Well, let's say the construction of Mazda on the west side. Can I can I come to your grand opening? You can. Okay. We're going to have it. No, no. I'm pounded, my I know when he had his eating and how the construction guys show. No, I was invited to the Acura store. Right. But like MAs to this was a secret grand opening. They sent me all these wonderful photos. Do what we put the fifteen minutes. That's what you need. One more minute to invite you and Gomez, whose general manager of highly, I guess, Acura, up and for you guys are doing a lot of expansion. Yes, sir. Good thing interest rates are cheap, and the, the Hyundai Genesis Maza store down Burleson center. Good morning. Good morning. How are you? I don't know yet. You okay. Well Alyssa, we're going to talk about today. Dave got here maybe a little bit late. What time to show start about five minutes before we got here. Yeah. No. Actually about a minute, but we usually get together seven thirty and go through the subject over get everybody's talking. So there was a Ford dealer in. Chat them. I think Alabama this week that had a promotional with every vehicle you bought you got American flag, a bible and shotgun. Now Ford asked him to call off the promotion. But so my first question today. How would that translate Mazda? What book what flag whose flag? And what weapons should they get David LSU go from Glover needs to go, first on this one? No, I, I think the whole thing a for. Come in like that. I thought that would actually make a pretty funny routine to work on it. What whose flag what book and what weapon for each carline? Wow. Never thought about that. So I was thinking the import business it'd be more. No, we'll be care. We. We'll, we'll deferred that it's because I have an answer. Well, no, no, no. I thought I'd probably defer to. Yeah, instead, we should probably meet forward a need to ask Alan house, the construction coming, so coming really, well, actually I got a little deal the other day about the scheduling of everything, and we are going to be porn slab here, I think within a week, so all the dirt works been done, and they finished up all of the utilize so probably look in November December before we get it done though. Then there's a number of stores headed towards completion by the end of the year because that's when Charlie Gilchrist and Stevens said, they'll have the stuff done out and Terrel. So we're going to wrap that up, and then do our remodel on the Hyundai buildings soon as that's done. And try to get as much of that dentist. That means February, right? Oh, yeah. Okay. December is February and construction. Well, you know, you just gotta hope for the best actually considering who used to run most of the construction. In Dallas, Fort Worth, I think being two months late with being finished and having a roof. The doesn't leak is just a huge improvement dealerships in the metro players. They say there's more cranes in the air in Texas, and there isn't any other states. Except for one in Dallas. No one ever said. Well, if you read international newspapers, you find out these cranes, don't top lever day, but they can topple often than you think because they can go out of balance pretty easily. You got a couple of my outside thought. Need to topple? Yeah. I looked up. And I was wondering, do I want to cross all of St. good work today? Gonna change the name of it. Well, it's up for name change. But I assume that will go through now think so. Yeah. I would think but I think Dirksen great job industry. But what about Mike Madonna? He put the stars on the map, and he was genuinely great guy. St. We can retain the federal center after him. There you go. The Mike Madonna federal center could ring to does it any case. We're gonna take quick break. When we come back in just a moment, we're gonna talk about the average age of cars and is that going to change the industry going forward. That's next on five seventy KLIF, Dane, minor general manager of Freeman Toyota and Hearst in two thousand eighteen Freeman soul more new Twitter's than any of the Toyota dealer in the Fort Worth metro area based on sales per Gulf states, Toyota and today, at Freeman on new two thousand nineteen highlanders in my opinion..

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"general general" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

08:59 min | 1 year ago

"general general" Discussed on KTRH

"Turned memory expert, and and motivational guy in general general, happy guy that helps bring people to a new level of of peace and understanding I have a question for you. It's about memory, and I am I am committed to this idea. But I'm open to correction. Okay. We buy wife, and I did not take a lot of of videos of our kids. We took some pictures. We took some. Photos and videos, whatever we have enough if we had to put together, a, you know, a little birthday thing or something. But we didn't do what other parents do which had like literally like some Yoko Ono lane. Movie of you know, the most mundane things that went on forever. We didn't do that partly because what I believe on memory is the emotional side of memory is also something very important that we can't just always be focused on remembering things exactly how they happened. But there is a benefit to being able to conjure a memory that is not just data points. Right. And I think this is an interesting thing when you're talking with people who are going through PTSD is a lot of their memories are automatically tied to the emotional experience that they had when they when that memory became burned into their minds. So where are you on that play between? Trying to make everything exactly the way it happened or making everything just a series of facts and trying to make memory B, something that informs us on on an emotional scale or on a different psychological scale is amazing. You brought that up because that is my new thing. Yeah. I call it. I call it card mental intelligence. Well, there you go. Yeah. But you know, what you know? Like, I don't know. How old you are are. But, but I like like your memory is emotional like you said, it's wrong all your listeners that are sixty and over I guarantee ninety nine percent of mill where they were when Kennedy got assassinated, right younger listeners opposite. They know where they they knew where they were when the towers went down emotion has a lot to do with this. But here's the cool thing. The more you train, your brain more you train your brain. I mean, plane brain games and all this other stuff and doing puzzles that's good for your brain. Don't get me wrong. But a senior that's like a senior taking a walk, right? I'm doing is. I'm morning iron man's and marathon. I mean, I push my brain which limits like and what I mean is is to stimulate this neurogenesis and neural plasticity in my opinion. You have to you have to learn new information each and every day. Like, it's like we go ABCD. We know the alphabet. Yeah. We have it memorized. But you bring excuse to that your brain has to bring you donate. You know, when you get home you have to feed it, we have to feed your brain new information each and every day, and I think that is the reason why all these tests results, I have show my brain ace slowed down, the thirty nine and Mike by my frontal, parietal temporal lobe. We're like four times, I think because I push my brain to memorize information every day. And that's just what happens so from doing this it rehashes. You you actually remember memories when you were younger that you didn't know that you actually whole. Oh. And that's what I'm getting it. And I think it's that I think the I could be wrong on this. But I think that there are a lot of people who don't spend enough time talking about emotional events that happened within families because you know, there might be some tension. There might have been some unresolved issues. And so they end up kind of building walls where they're like. Yeah. We don't talk about that in this family, or you know, we just don't bring that up around uncle, so and so or whatever. When really it comes down to it is if we give we build enough walls around things that were not supposed to think about or not supposed to talk about. I think that ends up, narrowing our memory field, and we just sort of turn our attorney our brain off to a large part of our past which would inform who we are in the present. And in the future. Right. And especially you take you take exactly and you take a person. That's unfortunately suffering from. PTSD or something like that you want to hear you don't want to rehash those bad memories of getting. You know, what happened? But you what you wanted to is. If you go back a little further and show them the good memories of childhood comedians. Harvard anything positive is good. Great. It has to be positive pie. Like like, you talked about the walls and everything maybe maybe you should put some walls up for some of the really bad negative. You don't want to rehash negative stuff Santa positive guy. It seems like the more positive by every day, this flogger, everything becomes the intuition. Everything else. You asked me you have to be positive like if I bring the old Jim Carroll back. I worked in a steel mill and flipping the finger to everybody that comes. Fight everybody. I it doesn't happen. How you positive thinking about how you were at the beginning when I played Allentown last hours a bumper in general that's a flood of of good over bad memories. Yeah. Right. And so I think he's a good for you. Don't get me wrong. Right. Yeah. That's everything. It all has to do. We can't we can't have pearls without sand. Right. I mean, we can't right? Yeah. So bad stuff in my life yet. But you gotta turn it into positive. You have to lure her into a positive and don't give up and keep moving and moving to move, man. It's so important. So so, yeah, it's important rehash those memories. And and that's cool. You're doing with that. That's amazing. I called continental intelligence. I'm doing right now. It's just transcends your mind from the present past everything else, your memory, your intuition, and what I do is five mastering the study of mental ISM cognition and something we didn't get into the deception, deception detection was mind. My dangle that you can't live to what was that. Go ahead. What was that called? I tell you. I don't wanna I don't wanna mention any names. But method Invictus Games, I perform the Invictus Games. That's like the Olympics for the warriors. Sure. And then then I got invited up to come to the warrior games, which is at West Point and West Point United States military academy. I'm so proud of this. I actually performed at the United States military academy sixty seven times cool. That's awesome. Because they held the warrior games there. Ian, and I went up to a general generals. I'm mentioning names, and I go up to everybody. Hi, Harvey show. You something about deception decent stability to determine truth and integrity. Just by having a conversation. We can looking in your eyes like for example here. Take one of these cards celebrity cards are different kind of colored car. And I ask them questions that I try to get a baseline by say, no, no matter what I ask you is your car to club, and I get a B develop a baseline, and then all of a sudden when they say, no, honest to civic card for some reason people react differently. Whether it's a facial reaction a lip movement. I I it's really bizarre. And I'm I'm pretty accurate with this. So I'm getting Nalen this guy every time not knowing at the time that he's the head of military. Oh. It was bizarre. I know could. So tell me the bottom line is could you tell that? He was good at deceiving people. Yes. Yes. Yes. You go. Tell you what he was not good at this. Okay. That's what I'm getting to the bottom line was he wasn't good at. He was like he had a of hired equipment. Why? So so those kind of people are easier to read, and you know, what I love I practice. I watch CNN Fox News right poker? Tournaments. I practiced by studying for tells. The easiest way to check yourself in is like if you watch if you watch the World Series of poker. All right. And you watch and see who's bluffing who's not bluffing. And then you could actually re watch it again. And if you're right or wrong, it's bizarre. I mean, I have so much fun with this. So the deception detection, that's that's.

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"general general" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

05:41 min | 2 years ago

"general general" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"But that's. And I'm Noah as ultimately in history breath. Decade of the United States wants the attorney general to investigate what what law was broken here that the attorney general needs to investigate it depends. There could be and there could not be. And so you don't know that. And I don't know that. So he wants he has ordered the attorney general is investigating and on bed. Does he ordered the investigation of who wrote the Cup? I won't talk about the he has said publicly that he thinks that we should find out who this person is. I don't believe in giving this person so much elevations oxygen or not so. So it's possible. He's given an order to the to the department of Justice to investigate that. He he has said publicly what he feels you can roll the tape. He said it several times. Should it be taken to the attorney general take it as an order if the attorney general at the department Justice in FBI feels like they have oversight over matter like this, and they will make that decision. Independent agency. Does the president believe they haven't the president believes is that nobody wants to cover what America season feels because of his leadership. There's no denying there. Either are or not two hundred one thousand jobs created. Yes, a wages and labour and growth up. Yes. Yes. Yes. We were told there was going to be a global recession President Obama preened around. What's it going do with the magic wand he's going to create jobs, and he's doing it without a magic wand he's doing it because he reduced taxes where President Obama raise them during recession because he deregulated we're President Obama added to those regulations because he doesn't believe in some phony red line in Syria where we have a humanitarian crisis. This president responded swiftly and decisively against Assad when gases on people not once but twice we know that there's different leadership ever ingest say to Defense Secretary. Mattis kill the guy. I certainly never heard that and General Mattis. General General Mattis has denied what is in that book and is attributed to him, and I want everybody to read his denial and his affirmation, and there's a reason that people like General Mattis and general Kelly are serving this president. They don't need to be here. They much they very much believe in the agenda in a strong military and peace through strength in trying to bring denuclearization getting out of the the the wrongheaded Iran deal. Benjamin Netanyahu in his Rosh. Hashanah message is crediting this president for being a great partner. This president kept the promise of kicked out a Nazi kicked out a Nazi that other presidents refused to and he moved the drew the embassy to Jerusalem, keeping the promise of many presidents. Thanks for having me. That was. Wow. You even had wrapping up. Thank you Kellyanne Conway there. Thank you for coming. Appreciate it. Joining me now from the other side of the aisle is democratic whip dick Durbin who sits on the judiciary committee, Senator Durbin. Welcome to meet the press. Good to be with you. Let me start quickly on this. Issue of the op-ed and the president. What should Congress's role? Be. If there is an unelected cabal of people forwarding, the will of the people and trying to stop the president from doing things that he campaigned on doing for instance in ending a trade agreement with South Korea. What is the role of the legislative branch in dealing with a with a troubling potentially troubling situation like that? Well, of course, there's a former role congress under the constitution has its own authority, but it is an exercise in the extreme the twenty fifth amendment the question of impeachment. But I think there's a more important role for congress to play and especially the president's own party. This is a matter of great seriousness and gravity. We should not be dismissing it isn't like his blizzard of bizarre tweets. We're talking about consistent reporting over and over again about unpredictable unprepared. Unstable behavior by this president in a matter of great national security and defense can we trust this president to make the proper decision to make thoughtful these are things that I think should be addressed by his own party. But instead we hear the silence of the lambs. Basically quiet have nothing to say when it comes to these events except for a few. Bob corker is one of them who stepped up a few things. What concerns you more? There's an unelected Kabbal or the reports that come out from these anonymous sources, I mean, doesn't the president deserve to have a staff that doesn't not just disparage him this way at times, but stops him from actually doing the job that he believes he was elected to do. Well, of course, but you have to ask yourself what kind of circumstances in the White House would even give rise to this possibility under President Obama eight years without an indictment eight years without a major scandal. You know, they had their problems every presidency does. But nothing that went to the heart of the question about whether we have a dysfunctional White House. And if we do it's inescapable that the president bears responsibility. He's the one who gathered this team. He's the one who tries to keep them together. And yet, there is genuine fear. Obviously among some of them that his behavior is going to result in some terrible things for America. Let me move to the cavenaugh hearings. You're on you're on the judiciary committee. You were there for all of it. Is is it problematic to you that it's possible? The hearings are going to be known more for the d the democratic and Republican senators in fighting than any of the questioning of judge Cavanaugh. Well, I can tell you that judge cavenaugh in an earlier life used to school judicial nominees of what to say not say before the judiciary committee, and it was pretty obvious in his performance there. I mean, there were.

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"general general" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"general general" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Full board. Give you an example football general generals kind of making a similar problems similar. Bad moves as well. Right. Football is going to have a funny post mortem written about it. Because Mike when we're all the football players getting arrested when was that kind of big deal six years ago ten years ago, maybe and that didn't really cause any problems like no one really care that football players were beating up their wives. Then all the concussion stuff kind of hurt. And then the kneeling stuff in the beginning that and then male cheerleaders. That's the now it's the guy can't wait. There's gonna be hilarious when people see the male cheerleaders for the first time. Most people don't know, this is the thing. But the first time the TV cameras do that pan of the cheerleading line before coming back from a commercial break, you know, and all the cheerleaders are cheering or whatever. And the camera pans by a guy doing a high kick and wave and his pom-poms around. I was I could hear the collective groan and see like the viral of Americans everywhere who is asking for male NFL cheerleaders who's asking for that. And I got these aren't like spotters like cheerleading spotters the guy who throw the girls up in the air. These are males doing the, dances and hip, shake and the whole thing who's calling for that. So let's use this. Another example. Why do I do that? I put in the same category with the cabinet thing. Like, why are you doubling down on this weird social Justice warrior activism thing, I think it works in the late night TV world, what does is hammering Trump? Every there's not a single late night. Tv host that sticks up for Trump. They all hammer a minute. All works works in what? For advertising, they wouldn't do it. Otherwise, I think it's the I think the last desperate throat. I think I think Colbert in particular. Newer. Ratings were not going. Well Colbert super sharp and super smart and super funny show was doing good. He did a couple Trump jokes went to the top. And now.

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"general general" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"general general" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"What does that even mean like she wants to get that one is it like the uh i mean is making a joke about his juvenile a being of behavior or is it is i thought i said i thought it was a diaper joe first adult japan's all why sierra leone i'll dependent it's hard that one is obviously we're going to have to get some clarity on that one all right well you gotta understand his rhythm yeah yeah exactly sometimes makes generals at area it said he's childlike that's right yeah yeah that's what i thought i thought it was a you know i am he's admitting again selfdeprecating he's admitting that he's sometimes he has sometimes the he can't control his juvenile behavior art hibya lately pence is showing a particularly keen it this is the president now lately bench showing a particularly keen interest in the news these days he wakes up every morning and asks has he been impeached yet that's not bad right pretty good yeah and then he can hold up with i don't like that i don't like that sheesh i guess showing that he's disapprove he button on it yeah yeah yeah cannot leno used to do that he's the follow up with the the follow up lines right now i like that general of general jeff sessions of attorney general not general's general sessions attorney general jeff sessions he said ira for them right over any recused himself not bad right i like that right the i from what i understand he did not higher of most people higher comedians to come in and poncha that he just worked on these himself with steve milloy his a you know stephen miller he's he's regular gross master general it's like jeffrey ross would orange way yeah we'll hear at one that i feel like is a kind of almost a standard comedian rose type joke bomb here's trump speaking in one job i had to manage a cutthroat cast of characters desperate for tv time totally unprepared for their roles in jobs each week and afraid of having their asses fired and the other job was the host of the smashed television hit the apprentice early now pat right he old switch that is a classic if trump end miller came up with that on their own that's like dean martin and lewis toronto i'm now to to prepare.

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"general general" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"general general" Discussed on WEEI

"The general generals immediate guy could be charlie rose shor probably hero when a here deitz his hero yes let us gross old dirty yelled lease tell me read the whole story i read the whole thing thank you thank you i begged our listeners are begged our our our meena fans to read it all people have moved on is is is is trump said he's going to support charlie rose as well or not just part of files house only if you should hotline have worried about the future of cbs good morning whenever it's called cbs morning don't worry about oprah breaks oprah just begg king or to do a day and while no one's action ever subbed show gayle king charlie rose and who's the other broad noro dara dow okay yeah you watch attorney sometimes i was like why do i i i have watched it because it's less cheesy than the other two and they're worried about to submit gma is with the worst the today show lease has some news in its all watch it could a that you think it gets any ratings to think of megson mon properties that thirdplaces yes that he hasn't heard players like today is wind gni is to about how the replace this guy who seventy five years old and always maggie just rolled out of bed because he did and this this trip untucked you'll never get a rating charlie rose doesn't bring the research prestige is a catharine with us right what he lacks and viewers he mix at ford prestige according to the washington post uh and and i mean it had to be hard for them right that store this one of their heroes the washington post this is a god in their eyes and they brought him down and for that i give them credit this washington post is on a roll yeah they have done a good job they have done a good job of getting people to tell their stories to open up and let luc when you're amazed her detailed it was and how of sourced at wh how long they worked on for that's a good point is it was weeks the right that worked on that what what what is the espn's story i mean there's got to be at the end story ryan exited the.

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"general general" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"general general" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Yeah as his serie is extraordinarily alarming i have to say and where we have to assume an hope that others around him uh the general's general mattis the defense secretary john kelly the home the chief of know do bear influence upon him interestingly mattis who runs the pentagon was also quite belligerant in his rhetoric earlier this week but late last night in california he spoke about north korea and now the diplomatic track remained the most important one i think that was fairly reassuring but look you know yesterday at his summer retreat in new jersey as you soared and trump doubled down on the far inferior marks of the day before on north korea and in the same exchange with reporters he said how thrilled he was that uh vladimir putin a thrown out so many was going to throw out more than seven hundred diplomats from the us mission in moscow because it would save him money and he was very grateful to him well i mean that was just so childish and absurd and ridiculous that you think goodness you know if that's how he thinks in terms of moscow and is actually willing to articulated in such a ridiculous way what is to stop was wearing that he's not going to be clear ridiculous on north korea where the stakes are you know i'm several million times higher i heard uh despite the cautioned feet are you strike that it is a waste could speak with you that's our friend david osborne any or joining us hey on the briefing.

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"general general" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"general general" Discussed on WJR 760

"The the kyw you allow them to bring their pets like dogs dogs can go in the canoes and they could i suppose sit do they go in the kayak students in the front of the la that compartment if there is a double kayak yup double doubled edgar they can general's general data board go to our websit if you go to our website of looking at that time when the pictures on the website shorted a bunch of dogs looking over the edge of canoe when we say we are a petra the operation of this she people greener dog i i i've gone out there is you know and then some kayaking and canoe i might wanna bring miley out there to see how she reacts and i'm afraid the in it in two minutes we were and she'd either jump out or tip the whole thing over it it had been some day that he uh by the way while we're talking about it though speaking of age and ashley international tonight observed twenty annual annual canoe trip to uh gallo too because you're at kempton park in your kelo cross fully from yogi each over to maple teach you listened to the couch bike the new the answer an or kestrel qendra you'd have violins and all the instruments that comprise the the concert right the throughout europe is detroit's already orchestra disagreeing of hazzard it can kicking our i lot's going on in the in the slogan still is no child left the inside i always like that one especially in the summertime you gotta get out gotta get started doing some exercise so this is a spot to stop for the whole family friends a is something that you wanna do through the course of the rest of the summer of you hear that i am border i don't have anything to do in the again they can go right on your website and get all the information nation mission they need alan yep megan it can cause any time you pull numbers two for a sixty five dutroux seven nine and a lot of people come out i am looking for somebody to come in and management goodwill so i can you're traveling on duty sheltered i've always wanted to do while that'll be go yeah you're you're you're going here there and everywhere so if someone wants to be part of this operation and can run its they can just call you at that.

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"general general" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"general general" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Workers i would lose their jobs either at the factory itself wore via the ripple effect that move head on the irs economy there was at least one other major plant the to work served up a lead of the supplies right for this gm facility and she goes into detail as to what these closures meant to the people involved the affected workers some of whom while the taking gm jobs in other communities far far away fort wayne indiana texas whatever the case would be these were men and women earning the b twenty bucks an hour to very well paying job and they didn't want to give that up sir they decided will go elsewhere well what does that due to a fairly huge effect uh what if that person washed their job well let's a huge effect obviously to especially when retraining didn't work that's the other thing she found out there is a technical college in janesville blackhawk i believe it's called in these men and women would go there get retrained well that's great if new job skills where the drug sure they didn't have anything in a year the ripple effect that has on a community i mean we read about it in that series and the truth will settle about trauma in the community that started here no walkie when our manufacturing base started leave decades ago and what they did especially in inner city fairly because a lot of those inner city families were based on those manufacturing jobs those men and women were retrieved either they lost their gigs in that blows up a society in that's what's going on in jeans will now that's what she details in this book did i hope we get to talk to her will reschedule listen and get aamir because it's a story that everybody should probably read that's rebel the all too familiar to many of us i think under slowly degree baby what happened in wisconsin rapids with consolidated when they changed and in morphed and good sold and everything else if you see this in all sorts of communities that were industry based will lose industries leave what do you do as the leonid another part of the problem i think is when you get to a huge size like general general motors he no longer have the c o living in that community.

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