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Trump says of sex trafficking suspect Ghislaine Maxwell, 'I wish her well'

Sean Hannity

00:27 sec | 6 months ago

Trump says of sex trafficking suspect Ghislaine Maxwell, 'I wish her well'

"In on the arrest of an associate of Jeffrey Epstein resident New Gillen Maxwell from social events, but did not comment on the serious child sex trafficking accusations against her. I just wish your well frankly, I've met her numerous times over the years, especially since I lived in Palm Beach, and I guess they lived in Palm Beach. But I wish you well. The president was photographed with Maxwell on Epstein at a number of parties, both trump acquaintances charged with sex related crimes and the

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Protesters demand justice for Vanessa Guillén at downtown Houston rally

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:11 sec | 7 months ago

Protesters demand justice for Vanessa Guillén at downtown Houston rally

"Harbor. Thousands gathered in a peaceful march for Houston native and fallen soldier, Vanessa Gillen this week, investigators found human remains that are believed to be hers and arrested one

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Jeffrey Epstein associate Ghislaine Maxwell arrested

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

00:39 sec | 7 months ago

Jeffrey Epstein associate Ghislaine Maxwell arrested

"Arresting Jeffrey Epstein's longtime associate, Gillen Maxwell, the British socialite has been charged with helping recruit underage girls for the convicted sex offender. A veces Adrian banker is at Epstein's mansion on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. Ghislaine Maxwell, the alleged co conspirator and ex girlfriend of Accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein is waking up behind bars. The 58 year old charged in a six count indictment, including conspiracy and perjury, accused of facilitating Epstein sex crimes by helping him recruit groom and ultimately abused three unnamed teenage victims. One as young as 14 years old. Between 1994 in 1997.

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Robber who killed 80-year-old at Houston Walgreens store was out of jail on two felony PR bonds

Michael Berry

02:04 min | 8 months ago

Robber who killed 80-year-old at Houston Walgreens store was out of jail on two felony PR bonds

"An eighty year old woman walked out of a Walgreens Saturday morning and she was stabbed to death and while she lay dying in a are on the hard concrete the parking lot of the Walgreens the man who just stab her to death took her purse off over any rifled through her purse to quickly find then he took her keys and I got a car Mr rifling through her car whereupon a police officer was flagged down police officer pulls in the parking lot they tell him what's going on is right over there he's inside the car right now police officer draws his gums is get out the car gets out of car runs at the cop with a knife in raised ready to stab him to death officer has shoot Gillen not something an officer ever wants to have to do he had to do it now the reason the stories making the news in such a big way is because that guy should never have been out he's been arrested sixty eight separate times I'm sorry I was wrong as fast as sixty seven sixty eight over the last fourteen years in Harris County alone I haven't checked the other counties maybe more he's been arrested sixty eight separate times three years ago he was arrested for assaulting a police officer a conviction there would be five to ninety nine years but our district attorney Kim Aug Bossard this democratic came in here she decided that he didn't need to do jail time or should he need to do much jail time so she reduced that charge it would have been out again two weeks ago assaulted a police officer felony theft they let him go again and now a woman is dead the district attorneys blamed the judge course what would you do it right so K. H. O. U. which is a news station here in Houston had a story about why the world was Randy Lewis added jail Rosalee cook never missed a birthday or anniversary her family says

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"gillen" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

03:19 min | 9 months ago

"gillen" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

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"gillen" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

03:09 min | 9 months ago

"gillen" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

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"gillen" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

04:52 min | 9 months ago

"gillen" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

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Ex-Gov. Candidate Andrew Gillum in Miami Beach Hotel Room Where Drugs Found

Pittsburgh Works

00:49 sec | 11 months ago

Ex-Gov. Candidate Andrew Gillum in Miami Beach Hotel Room Where Drugs Found

"Ran for governor and is a current CNN contributor but enter Gillam was found in quite a situation by police early Friday morning here CBS news correspondent Matt to paper Andrew Gillen the former Tallahassee mayor who ran for Florida governor in twenty eighteen was found in a Miami hotel room with two other men and what police say are suspected bags of meth one of the men was suspected of overdosed on drugs and is reportedly a gay escort police say when they got to the room Gillam was unable to answer any questions during his inebriated state responding officers say they found three small clear bags suspected of containing crystal methamphetamine in the hotel room Gillam released a statement denying any allegations that he use drugs the married father of three was not taken into custody and says he will spend the next few weeks with his family

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"gillen" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"gillen" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Like, there's some sort of a stream, and then could be at sonic, boom. Could be anything. And so, you know, with the reports of the explosions the booms the UF over beaver cash just go down the list of things the other night. I eagerly awaited the history channel's new television series about project blue book, and I understand that tonight. I guess the CW doing something on Roswell is that what I hear? I may be wrong. But apparently, I watched the the project blue book show on the history channel, and I was pleased at how the history of Jalen hynick is being told and how project sign evolved into what eventually became project blue book and the shows, you know, kind of bears a passing resemblance to the X files. And also has it feel that you know, we were treated to back when Bryce Zabel brought us the dark skies Bradstock scheduling of that show. I've been telling you know, and Bryce is a friend of the show I've been telling you I would love to see dark skies return or in some way have something returned. It includes maybe Mari island Roswell. You know, something that gives a history that has the same feel as its history channel show, but this whole project blue book, I think you should tune into whatever you got it in your you should watch it in your record Q because it's based on the real life government operation called project blue book and the series centers on this investigation by the US air force, the UFO sightings in the nineteen fifties and sixties I think the blue book, or at least it was signing for it's called project. Sign did happen in the forties forty-seven onto nineteen sixties. And there's a guy by the name of. The guy that plays. Jalen hynick is Aidan gillen, and Jalen Hynix pretty well done. You know, I think. Of course, hiding for those who don't know what's an Astro physics professor, and he was recruited to help with the investigations into what they call the saucer hysteria times after the nineteen forties. And and before everybody was seeing saucers. Everybody was seeing strange like everybody was a majority of people were there was a big saucer hysteria time going on and the air force said, we're tired of it. And so they wanted to create this project to literally debunk the stories, okay? It was basically controlled perception perception management. This is what they wanted to talk about perception management the other night. It was perception management from nineteen forty seven to nineteen sixty nine the air force investigated and identified flying objects under project sign that eventually became project blue book, and it was headquartered at Wright Patterson air force base and was terminated on December seventeenth nineteen sixty nine at a total of about twelve thousand six hundred eighteen sightings. There were reported to project blue poke seven hundred one remained unidentified and the decision to discontinue investigations based primarily on the evaluation report prepared by the university of Colorado entitled scientific study then identified flying objects review of the university of Colorado's report by the National Academy of sciences about their previous UFO. Studies and airports experiences investigating reports during the nineteen forties fifties and sixties and a result of this these investigations and studies and experiences they came up with these conclusions. Number one, no UFO reportedly investigating evaluated by the airports was ever an indication of threat to our national security number two. There was no evidence submitted to or discovered by the air force that sightings categorizes unidentified represented technological developments or principles beyond the range of modern scientific knowledge and number three. There was no evidence indicating the sightings categorizes unidentified extraterrestrial vehicles. So would the termination of project blue book, the airports regulation, establishing the controlling it? Very controlling program. Poorly investigating analyzer UFO's was then rescinded documentation regarding the former blue book investigation was penalty transferred to the modern military branch of the national archives and records service. They actually I believe a couple of years ago, they actually released a lot of the blue book files, and they were kept in the black vault and several other areas. In fact, it was it was a question as to who own them or who would be bringing the Ford project. Blue book was literally the military's attempt to change the perception of you oppose into swamp, gas balloons, weather balloons that sort of thing, and so they wanted to try and calm, the public hysteria. A PR stunned actually literally an attempt in perception management to try and calm. The people about flying saucers. Now I wanted to. Do a show about Jalen hiding. And the reason why I wanted to do a show biz. I think people need to learn about this man in about what he was up against what he did. And how he is important to history science history UFO history and all that. And so I wanted to contact and we did contact. We'll have on the show tonight. Don Schmidt who I have grown to admire over the years. I've met him in Roswell on the fiftieth anniversary. I was still a green newcomer in. This was the man that actually sat with me as we were talking there in Roswell actually, stole the Roswell wine and holding onto it, and we were talking there together. He and I when I was in Roswell again, he was there on my program, and we're going to be talking with him coming up on ground zero. So we'll take a break. Come back. Talk to Don. Schmidt about j Allen Hynek tonight on ground zero you any questions or you wanna talk about some of the things you remember some of the things, you know, about history of.

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"gillen" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"gillen" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"For the BULLDOGS gillen's Butler Thompson badly Fowler and McDermott. And here's what I love about Aaron Thompson. So he's just now he's he's looking over to coast joined to get the plane. He suggestion. Hey, let's run this to get this guy going. That's the leadership he shows and in turn they're gonna run, but that's the type of basketball mind, the type of player that Aaron Thompson as Fowler gets. Double Thompson cuts in Elaine passback out two gallons Butler was taken away by Adams through that one of the seven throw maybe one of the highest passes we've ever seen in terms of the lower section that a lucky fan in one. Oh, six had a temporary souvenir rarely DC that right? The the attempted save that goes farther out of bounds, and it started. I mean, we didn't even have a chance of that one. That's awesome. Just when you thought you saw Thompson looking for a baseline cut the badly. Picked it up off the deck input through for two hit pick it. I mean, Mark he just kinda laid it down there on the ground for Henry this to sneak along that baseline and get those are really nice. Time to play by the golf seventy six forty eight Butler leading Tiffin in this exhibition nine forty seven left Fowler came out to challenge the shot of Walden. And that one came up short Thompsons gonna push it in transition Aaron gets to the high post hands it off to gallons Butler. They go back and forth, Gerald takes the three and he missed just a little bit too long off the right side of the iron. And the dragons will bring it forward. Maidens to the elbow, man. A foul called against Henry badly. How the push. Badly will pick up number two. Four team fouls for the bolt on in the second half just three for the dragons. And Jordan Johnson comes into the game. Henry badly will grab a seat. Baldwin also checking in gillen's Butler. We'll head out. Nine and a half left. The BULLDOGS twenty eight point lead inbounds pass is taken away Fowler. Got a hand on. It wasn't even looking at it. Jorgensen shoots it forward over for Thompson Fowler, launches a three. That's short. Falls right on the breadbasket of atoms. And now it's William spinning around against Baldwin spun baseline Fowler look to mega difficult and Williams. Unable to convert Thompson has it for Butler Aaron snakes through and nobody was back to defend him as he scored and Thompson now with ten points. Both of those two then come on air, and they are so tricky in traffic, aren't they sold fake you? And anytime there's a small crease they can really get in there and get to the buck Walden on the hook shot came up short missed everything except the baseline. It'll be a turnover and pulled on you'll have it. Well, you can see this is where. Pittances kind of way down. They they really, you know, they brought it throughout you can see this is where the discrepancy in levels is really evident because the dogs just keep coming. They keep coming in. You can see the dragons kind of having some breakdowns. But this is the point of the game where you really gotta try to stick to your principles. If you're the dogs don't create this were bad habits can settle in. And you want to continue to reinforce those good habits and human nature tells you to kind of get loose at this point again. Play sort of game within a game. Right. You gotta fight it. That's that's where the good teams become great teams because they they're playing versus the game not necessarily the opponent. They wanna play to a standard no matter who they're facing down on the shot clock for Butler, it's Baldwin up top calls for a screen from Fowler. Now shuffles in a lane and Baldwin is patiently waited had a shower the left hand, but a rolled off the ramp thirty point lead for the BULLDOGS. Eight minutes left in underneath Baldwin and the rim combining for a block their against Williams. Mcdermott inside the art Sean pulls it back Africa, mar next whistles media timeout,.

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"gillen" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"gillen" Discussed on KGO 810

"From coast to coast and rule wide on the internet. This is coast to coast AM with Ian pundits. Well, you know, the book like the end of life as we know it. That bumper was pretty predictable. It's like a law. But it's still a great song. After all these years. Michael gillen is the author of this book the end of life, as we know it ominous news from the frontiers of science will we'll get back to some of the other things that he's concerned about the book is not all doom and gloom. There's some pretty exciting fund. Interesting things that are coming from the frontiers of science and in a couple of things we want to keep an eye on. I'm saying. By you. And and it will be the end of life as we know it life will carry on. But what will it be like, we'll talk more about that just a minute. Also, we'll bring you in on the conversation at the bottom of the hour. We'll give the numbers at the bottom of the hour. The next hour we go to open lines because it's Friday. Georgia's got the night off I'm sitting in. And and I want to get back to some of those ghost stories that are up at coast to coast AM dot com. So I'm giving you the heads up to look for that story about the ghost that moves the jar. You can see the video it's it's in the carousel as we call. It the rotating stories of the top of the fold of the website it coast to coast AM dot com. Watched that before we get to open lines next hour. I'd love to hear your explanation for it. If you think there's kind of a sci-fi one get to that next hour. In the meantime, let's pick up this conversation about about cyborgs to about the idea of blending human, physical animal. Life together. It's not just about splicing. It's more than that. We'll get to it. Next on coast to coast AM. This is Ian pundit..

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"gillen" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

14:49 min | 2 years ago

"gillen" Discussed on KTOK

"Michael gillen, former science reporter for ABC news on various shows and former instructor of physics at Harvard as well as author and the new book is is this is great. It's the end of life as we know it and just before we went into the break, we were talking about that that space in discussions of what we should and ought to do which might be better informed by discussions of morality is much as ethics, and and you know, I think even Michael when you were talking about. About the idea of preserving a physical life on this planet is like whether that was through uploading a brain putting it into something into a robot or something. The you know, even that it makes me. Question. Whether or not that's something. We ought to be doing. What is what is the endgame for that? What does the ultimate? What's the end use for that other than our own human vanity that we become immortal? Yeah. I agree with you in. And I think another concern in addition to that is that a lot of this technology that we're we're kind of spec we're talking about right now. It's no longer speculative. It's actually happening is very expensive. You know, never mind trying to achieve immortality through some of this technology. Let's let's talk about some of the technology that is being used to let's say help treat macular degeneration. I'm gonna just pick that as an example there hoodwink, California, right? There's a company in California that is marketing retinal implant for people who have macular degeneration and their eyesight going away. Well, that stuff cost upwards of one hundred thousand dollars or more, and it's not covered by most insurance policies. So a lot of technology that that it aims at improving our health enhancing our health. Enhancing our life achieving immortality is going to be available to the super rich. And so you have to stop and wonder what is this going to do what what is this going to do to the dynamics of a society when you have a wealthy superwealthy people elites if you will able to to benefit from this, and and the others like being put out of business by robots, and so I talk seriously about in my book, I talk seriously about the possibility of there being a human revolution. You know, we often talk about in science fiction. Often depicts, you know, robots kind of rising up and revolting against humans and taking over the earth. Well, you know that we can talk about that possibility. But I think an even more real possibility the wave this technology shaping up right now is for people who have been kind of disenfranchised or marginalized by technology. We'll just be get fed up at some point. This is enough is enough. I mean, we're we're taking we're taking it to the behind and and. And and we're not gonna we're not gonna take it anymore. And I it's interesting, and I talk about in the book does regularly know, you talk like that the people in Salem. No. I mean, really. I gotta I gotta be really there. You know? Well, I figured it's a late night show. So you can lay your sleep. You know, never mind. I gotta worry about my wife. It's what you said what? But, but I talk about how a lot of these guys from Silicon Valley are actually buying these what they're calling bug out houses, they're buying houses in these remote places in the country and in the world on the chance that you know, when the stuff hits the fan there, I go again. But when stuff hits the fan, they they wanna be able to escape it. This is a serious thing. I coat some I quote, former Google engineers and Google executives at an and others. Who who say, yeah, you know, human revolution is a real possibility. Many of them are trying to avoid that possibility. Now by talking about the universal basic income. Okay. But hang. Let's say let's pause respect because the idea of having a bug out house, right? Yeah. That's like I mean, every every church of latter day saints person, I know has has that philosophy right? Seven years stored food run. And lots of other people who practice that belief that doesn't that's not the same to me. Although I understand your point. I I'm worth thinking about I'm more reminded of of of what Jeff Goldblum said in Jurassic Park when he said, you know, the dinosaurs had their chance, right? They're done. They they they they that was their moment. And the fact that bringing them back is is to reintroduce say living dinosaurs, just because we can is and the and the notion to for example, when you talk about the wealthy elites as opposed to the intellectual elites or the physical elites are any other types of ways in which we the moral elites, anyway, we could quantify society. It's the wealthy. Elites aren't necessarily the best at anything except inheriting stuff. You know, some of them might have gotten on their own, but not all of them. And then if that becomes the the class that's perpetuated. I would say again, they had their chance this it has to there has to be a Darwinian element to that. Where somebody else is going to have to come along behind them or we turn into Illinois and morlocks from H G wells time machine, right? Yes. Yes. Yes. Yeah. No. I it's interesting, by the way, I interviewed Jeff Goldblum one. This is just a funniest side. It went in fact when Jurassic Park came out, I was at ABC news, and I had been in touch with the producers, and they invited me to come to the big Hollywood premiere in the at the after party, and Geoff Blum was there and bunch of other guys. And I went up to I said, Jeff, you know, you're always like plain scientists. Not just drastic park. But elsewhere, and I said sure, I'm just curious. I said, you know, I did you have an interest in science growing up or what he just not just a job. And you know, he has. I was disappointed in his answer. I thought he was going to say, oh, yeah. You know, I majored in physics at college. But do you got for him? But yeah, it's interesting. I I love you bringing that up in the dinosaurs had their chance. It's really an indication of how the earth how the world works. How the universe works or designed to work is designed to work. Exactly. And you know. Know, your somebody's religious beliefs aside for a moment. Let's just talk like strictly science, sure. What what we learn is that these species have a window of time in which they rise up and they flourish. And then they die out for whatever reason whether it's a meteoroid or whether it's a temperature change or or it's a rampant disease that didn't denim in. You know, like, the willy mammoths sabertooth cats and so forth and so on. And the dinosaurs. And and one wonders as as as you contemplate, these innovations that we're creating the ones that I describe in this book you can't help. But wonder why are we doing here? And then I think of what Arthur C Clarke once said, and it's stuck with me. He said it remains to be proven that intelligence has any survival value. Oh, whoa. You know? And you wonder are we like outsmarting ourselves. You are we are. We just being too clever by a half with a stuff thinking that you know, we're gonna improve life the we're going to improve the human condition. And in fact, just the opposite happens we do ourselves in. I mean, that's a real possibility. And you think of Jeff Goldblum say they had their chance maybe some some creature in the future will look back at us and say, yeah. Oh, yeah. Human beings. They had their their chance we blew it. Well. Now, let me tease this out a little differently. Give there was a humans killed off species. They didn't die out naturally. They were killed off as opposed to say evolution. They weren't. They weren't allowed to follow their evolutionary cycle that was truncated. Right. By the fact, that they, you know, some giant bird in New Zealand laid these really big exit human could eat off for three days. And so, you know, there's so I mean, I I realize you can make a Darwinian argument for that. But I think there are some species like some like some bearer some tiger. Whenever that if we cloned that bear and brought it back and reentered introduced it to the wild. Not enough time has passed that it couldn't reabsorb that back into the the natural flow of our evolutionary cycles. But I do think when we start looking into the future. And then we start making all these plans of who's gonna be who's going to not be. That's when I think it gets super well to use the word from your book ominous. But I think it goes, I think becomes dun-rite scary. Because who is going to be making these decisions once that technology becomes more facile. Yeah. Yeah. You're you're you're raising a good point. You know, I do talk about these extinction efforts that are going on right now that primarily focused on the willy mammoth. And I I remember when I was at ABC news. I was actually invited to come to Russia where there there there were a group of scientists. I think French guy was in charge of the group as I recall, and he wanted me to come up and cover the story. I never got around to doing it. I got busy doing other stories, but what they had done is they had carved out an entire woolly mammoth carcass, if you will be pretty well preserved because it was ice, and they were slowly thawing it out like with hairdryers and stuff like that a little bit at a time with the intention of trying to get their hands on some DNA, some, you know, frozen preserved DNA, and then the whole idea is to then bring back the woolly mammoth and that's going on right now, including a group. That's being led by guy at Harvard named church. So the question then becomes do. We. I mean, you know, it's exciting. It's it's interesting. It's it's like science fiction, come true. But then when you get past all that kind of the bells and whistles of it, all you have to ask, you know, do we really want to do this? And there's an even deeper question that I raised in the book, and that is with all the genetic engineering, we're doing, you know, the extent these de extinction efforts are do come under the category of genetic engineering. What we're doing in is something that's never been done before. And that is we are elevating recessive trait, and we are prominent traits. In other words, we are flying in the face of the very forces that have created these species the evolutionary forces sure, we are defying the natural flow define the natural order of things, and we've got to believe that when you take on mother nature. Remember, the old commercial don't don't mess with mother nature or something like that. Yeah. It's nice. It's not nice to fool, mother nature one. Yeah. It's nice. I forget what it was the first margarine. It was very for margarine right now margarine is not. So great. Exactly. But you gotta wonder that because we are doing this. We now have the ability of elevating recessive traits since suppressing dominant traits. We're flying in the face of mother nature. We gotta pay a price, and we can't do that. You're you're you're fighting against, you know, Billy, according to science billions of years of evolution right to do that. If we take it on or who's going to be the casualty. I'm thinking we are. You know, this is the ultimate question in. I mean, you know, it was reading the D extinction thing, and I'm not sure that if they brought back, quote, unquote, a willy mammoth what we really wouldn't have is just a woolier elephant and much in the same way that we have a sweeter orange, right or we have a juicier peach or something that people do by flipping genetic codes around here there, and I'm not saying that that's smart either. But, but I think I'm more worried about the some of the idea about the the some of the robotics that you talk about. And and what that what that really means who's gonna decide. When robots have really gone far enough. And are we gonna be in a situation as crazy as it sounds where it's like sky net? And it'll be too late. The robots will, you know, they'll be self teaching and we're out. Well, you know, again, that's a very real possibility. I I tell the story about this guy. I think his name is Anthony. Hausky? He's a former Google engineer big into driverless cars, so he he he helped launch Waymo which is the driverless car division of of Google, right? And then went to her and then got involved in this ugly lawsuit about stealing industrial secrets and so forth and so on, but he recently applied to the sin was granted Texas exempt status for what he's calling the church of artificial intelligence. And you know on the surface. It sounds a little bit crazy. But when you look into what the thinking his thinking behind doing this. He's he's basically saying this look. If we continue in the trajectory. We're now on. It. It is inevitable that one day. Artificial intelligence robots powered by artificial intelligence will will become so much more intelligent than we that..

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"gillen" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"gillen" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"But still great song. After all these years. Michael gillen is the author of this book the end of life, as we know it ominous news from the frontiers of science will we'll get back to some of the other things that he's concerned about the book is not all doom and gloom. Pretty exciting fun. Interesting things that are coming from the frontiers of science, and then a couple of things we want to keep an eye on. I'm saying everybody you. And and it will be the end of life as we know it life will carry on. But what will it be like, we'll talk more about that just a minute. Also, we'll bring you in on the conversation at the bottom of the hour. We'll give the numbers at the bottom of the hour. The next hour we go to open lines because it's Friday. Georgia's got the night off I'm sitting in. And and I want to get back to some of those go stories that are up at coast to coast AM dot com. So I'm giving you the heads up to look for that story about the ghost that moves the jar. You can see the video. It's it's in the carousel as we call it, the, you know, the rotating stories of the top of the fold of the website it coast to coast AM dot com. Watch that before we get to open lines next hour. I'd love to hear you explanation for it. If you think there's kind of a sci-fi one get to that next hour. In the meantime, let's pick up this conversation about about cyborgs to about the idea of blending human. Visit. Animal life together. It's not just about splicing. It's more than that. We'll get to it. Next on coast to coast AM. This is Ian pundit..

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"gillen" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"gillen" Discussed on 600 WREC

"From coast to coast and worldwide on the internet. This is coast to coast AM with Ian pundits. Well, you know with the book like the end of light as we know it. I think that bumper was pretty predictable. It's like a law, but still great song. After all these years. Michael gillen is the author of this book the end of life, as we know it ominous news from the frontiers. Science will we'll get back to some of the other things that he's concerned about the book is not all doom and gloom. And there's some pretty exciting fun. Interesting things that are coming from the frontiers of science, and then a couple of things we want to keep an eye on. I'm saying about you. And and it will be the end of life as we know it life will carry on. But what will it be like, we'll talk more about that just a minute. Also, we'll bring you in on the conversation at the bottom of the hour. We'll give the numbers at the bottom of the hour. The next hour we go to open lines because it's Friday. Georgia's got the night off I'm sitting in. And and I want to get back to some of those go stories that are up at coast to coast AM dot com. So I'm giving you the heads up to look for that story about the ghost that moves the jar. You can see the video it's it's in the carousel as we call it. The the rotating stories of the top of the fold of the website it coast to coast AM dot com. Watched that before we get to open lines next hour. I'd love to hear your explanation for it. If you think there's kind of a sci-fi one get to that next hour. In the meantime, let's pick up this conversation about about cyborgs to about the idea of blending human. Visit. Animal life together. It's not just about splicing. It's more than that. We'll get to it. Next on coast to coast AM. This is Ian pundit..

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"gillen" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"gillen" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Know, the book like the end of life as we know it. I think that bumper was pretty predictable. It's like a law, but still great song. After all these years. Michael gillen is the author of this book the end of life, as we know it ominous news from the frontiers of science will we'll get back to some of the other things that he's concerned about the book is not all doom and gloom. And there's some pretty exciting fund. Interesting things that are coming from the frontiers science, and then a couple of things we want to keep an eye on. I'm saying about you. And and it will be the end of life as we know it life will carry on. But what will it be like, we'll talk more about that just a minute. Also, we'll bring you in on the conversation at the bottom of the hour. We'll give the numbers at the bottom of the hour. The next hour we go to open lines because it's Friday. Georgia's got the night off I'm sitting in. And and I want to get back to some of those go stories that are up at coast to coast AM dot com. So I'm giving you the heads up to look for that story about the ghost that moves the jar. You can see the video it's it's in the carousel as we call it. The the rotating stories of the top of the fold of the website it coast to coast AM dot com. Watched that before we get to open lines next hour. I'd love to hear you explanation for it. If you think there's kind of a sci-fi one get to that next hour. In the meantime, let's pick up this conversation about about cyborgs to about the idea of blending human. Visit. Animal life together. It's not just about splicing. It's more than that. We'll get to it next on coast to coast AM, this is he in pundit..

Michael gillen Georgia
"gillen" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"gillen" Discussed on WTVN

"Coast to coast and worldwide on the internet. This is coast to coast AM with Ian pundit. Well, you know with the book like the end of life, as we know it. I think that bumper was pretty predictable. It's like a law, but still great song. After all these years. Michael gillen is the author of this book the end of life, as we know it ominous news from the frontiers of science will we'll get back to some of the other things that he's concerned about the book is not all doom and gloom ammunition. Pretty exciting fun. Interesting things that are coming from the frontiers of science, and then a couple of things we want to keep an eye on. I'm saying by you. And and it will be the end of life as we know it life will carry on. But what will it be like, we'll talk more about that in just a minute. Also, we'll bring you in on the conversation at the bottom of the hour. We'll give the numbers at the bottom of the hour. The next hour we go to open lines because it's Friday. Georgia's got the night off I'm sitting in. And and I want to get back to some of those stories that are up at coast to coast AM dot com. So I'm giving you the heads up to look for that story about the ghost that moves the jar. You can see the video it's in the carousel as we call it, the, you know, the rotating stories of the top of the fold of the website it coast to coast AM dot com. Watch that before we get to open lines next hour. I'd love to hear your explanation for it. If you think there's kind of a sci-fi one get to that next hour. In the meantime, let's pick up this conversation about about cyborgs to about the idea of blending human. Visit. Animal life together. It's not just about splicing. It's more than that. We'll get to it. Next on coast to coast AM..

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"gillen" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"gillen" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Like a law. But still great song. After all these years. Michael gillen is the author of this book the end of life, as we know it ominous news from the frontiers of science will we'll get back to some of the other things that he's concerned about the book is not all doom and gloom. Pretty exciting fund. Interesting things that are coming from the frontiers of science, and then a couple of things we want to keep an eye on. I'm saying about you. And and it will be the end of life as we know it life will carry on. But what will it be like, we'll talk more about that just a minute. Also, we'll bring you in on the conversation at the bottom of the hour. We'll give the numbers at the bottom of the hour. The next hour we go to open lines because it's Friday. Georgia's got the night off I'm sitting in. And and I want to get back to some of those ghost stories that are up at coast to coast AM dot com. So I'm giving you the heads up to look for that story about the ghost that moves the jar. You can see the video it's it's in the carousel as we call it. The the rotating stories at the top of the fold of the website it coast to coast AM dot com. Watch that before we get to open lines next hour. I'd love to hear you explanation for it. If you think there's kind of a sci-fi one get to that next hour. In the meantime, let's pick up this conversation about about cyborgs to about the idea of blending human physics. Animal life together. It's not just about splicing. It's more than that. We'll get to it. Next on coast to coast AM, this is abundant. We've.

Michael gillen Georgia
"gillen" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"gillen" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"From coast to coast and worldwide on the internet. This is coast to coast AM with Ian pundit. Well, you know with the book like the end of life, as we know it. I think that bumper was pretty predictable. It's like a law. But still great song. After all these years. Michael gillen is the author of this book the end of life, as we know it ominous news from the frontiers of science will we'll get back to some of the other things that he's concerned about the book is not all doom and gloom. There's some pretty exciting fun. Interesting things that are coming from the frontiers of science, and then a couple of things we want to keep an eye on. I'm saying everybody you. And and it will be the end of life as we know it life will carry on. But what will it be like, we'll talk more about that just a minute. Also, we'll bring you in on the conversation at the bottom of the hour. We'll give the numbers at the bottom of the hour. The next hour we go to open lines because it's Friday. Georgia's got the night off I'm sitting in. And I want to get back to some of those ghost stories that are up at coast to coast AM dot com. So I'm giving you the heads up to look for that story about the ghost that moves the jar. You can see the video it's it's in the carousel as we call it. The the rotating stories of the top of the fold of the website it coast to coast AM dot com. Watch that before we get to open lines next hour. I'd love to hear you explanation for it. If you think there's kind of a sci-fi one get to that next hour. In the meantime, let's pick up this conversation about about cyborgs to about the idea of blending human. Physical animal life together. It's not just about splicing. It's more than that. We'll get to it. Next on coast to coast AM. This is Ian pundit..

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"gillen" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"gillen" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"New York. Why Gillan was attending a conference on behalf of the people for the American way foundation, a liberal advocacy group that employed him that would be a left wing group. Text messages show Miller. That is the undercover FBI agent paid for the airfare and hotel room for gillen's, brother, Marcus. Semi the mayor and his brothers information. And I will have my girl book their flights Miller wrote. Corey the lobbyists replied the Guillemette already booked his flight, but he would send his brother's information ASEP just tell them to let me know what their flights cost, and I will cover it. Miller said the ethics complaint was filed against Gillam in June this year and Guillemette met with investigators in early September. Highs. The attorney for Corey lobbyist was issued a subpoena for records on October fifteen last Monday was releasing the records now because they regard to become public. Anyway, he said they showed Corey did not participate in any criminal activity. It's rare, but not unprecedented for the commission to use it subpoena power as it did in the Gillam case. By law. Ethics. Complaints are confidential until they are dismissed a probable cause finding is made or the target of a complained voluntarily waves confidentiality, which Guillem did not do. Now, the document dump on Tuesday was the type of event Democrats feared when Gillam won the party's nomination in August. But hoped would never come though supporters generally dismissed the significance of the texts and emails between Gillerman lobbyists, Corey one democrat consultant acknowledged that anyone on the fence about Bill could be deflated. The timing of the res release exactly two weeks before election day and on the second day of early voting comes during a key period and goes on and on. The Democrats don't have a problem with this. Hillary Clinton was in south Florida couple of days ago. She raised two and a half million dollars for Gillan. She could care less about any of this. The question is will the people of Florida? You have a leftist a hardcore radical leftists who is in fact, a hack. I'll be right back. To. Life.

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"gillen" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"gillen" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Now standby so instead of Las Vegas, they met in New York, while Gillan was attending a conference on behalf of the people for the American way foundation, a liberal advocacy group that employed him that would be a left wing group. Text messages show Miller. That is the undercover FBI agent paid for the airfare and hotel room for gillen's, brother, Marcus. Semi the mayor and his brothers information. And I will have my girl book their flights Miller wrote Corey the lobbyists replied, the Guillemette already booked his flight, but he would send his brother's information ASEP just tell them to let me know what their flights cost, and I will cover it. Miller said the ethics complaint was filed against Gillam in June this year and Gillam met with investigators in early September. Kyw's? The attorney for Corey lobbyist was issued a subpoena for records on October fifteen last Monday was releasing the records now because they regard to become public. Anyway, he said they showed Corey did not participate in any criminal activity. It's rare, but not unprecedented for the commission to use it subpoena power as it did in the Gillam case. By law. Ethics. Complaints are confidential until they are dismissed a probable cause finding is made or the target of a complaint voluntarily waves confidentiality, which Guillem did not do. Now, the document dump on Tuesday was the type of event Democrats feared when Gillam won the party's nomination in August. But hoped would never come though supporters generally dismissed the significance of the texts and emails between Gillerman lobbyists, Corey one democrat consultant acknowledged that anyone on the fence about Gillam could be deflated. The timing of the release exactly two weeks before election day and on the second day of early voting comes during a key period and goes on and on. The Democrats don't have a problem with this. Hillary Clinton was in south Florida couple of days ago. She raised two and a half million dollars for Gillan. She could care less about any of this. The question is will the people of Florida? You have a leftist a hardcore radical leftists who is in fact, a hack. I'll be right back..

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"gillen" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"gillen" Discussed on AM Joy

"The bible into gillen's race, you have the scientists who's come out and quite there is no debate that we don't have to ask the question is he racist like he's already shown his colors. So I think you will have four to voters Florida's voters in Georgia? Six race who say, no, this is not acceptable behavior. We don't want to see these things happen. I think Cavanaugh the cabinet vote has energized the base. I think it is up to the people who are running to to come in after that and make sure that they're reaching out. So the proper communities from those marginalized communities that we talked about. Right, rural, black voters who remained on touch something like ninety percent of Latino voters in a district is escaping me now had not been reached out to buy a major campaign. So I think people are going to have to rethink some of their strategy and their filled operations. They have to employ people who looked like the base, they're trying to reach. You cannot have a campaign full of staffers who don't look like the people you're trying to represent who come from outside the district. So I think if Democrats say they do that, I think they will see some shift. You also have the race. I just wanna say, Kampe a camp on the jar, California. I mean, this is somebody who's been really out front on a lot of issues, Duncan Hunter, who all kinds of ethics investigations now for spending campaign funds. This is a tight race this year, not be ninety type taking with the jeans race that we talked about. Yes, we're Devon noon. Yeah, this is a majority minority district and Dan's is running. He hasn't. He complained that he hadn't gotten a lot of help from the Dietrich. We'll see. So I think they're definitely opportunities at victory. It's up to the Democrats to capitol Kaplan. All right. So what do you think is gonna be the biggest surprise on election night? What race do you think will go the way that people do not expect it. That's an interesting question. I think if you look at the trends, what's going to matter is suburban white women. Most of these districts for the house are suburban districts. I think if suburban white women end up moving in the Republican direction because of the cavenaugh thing, which I know a lot of guests on. Already in the Republican direction. Request report are like independent, suburban, white women to move toward her. Well, true, true, true, true, independent, suburban, white women. Yes. If we're going to be that descriptive, you're correct, but they're going to have a disproportionate power in determining where the where the where the house majority goes. Twenty seven seats that are there swing seats. If you take away the pickups Democrats are likely to get they only need thirteen of the Democrats do to take the house back. This thing is right on the razor's edge. I think it's sixty percent likely that Democrats take the house back. I think Rick Scott's gonna win the US Senate race in Florida. I put a pretty good wager on that. I think that's going to be a big surprise on election night. All right. Let's go to for non of Monday. Do you agree with that prediction and what do you think's going to be the big surprise on election night. You know, I think the one race that I'm looking at very closely and I think the country will look at which will have aftershocks beyond the twenty thousand cycle is Texas Senate. If Baidoa work who was running, perhaps the greatest modern campaign. We've seen since Obama ran a two thousand and eight that has truly inspired the nation. I think if he wins that's going to be momentous. So that's the one I'm looking at beta in Texas. Look at the south Texas, no chance, Georgia, Florida. You're going to be looking at south at Tennessee. It's all about the south this year, Souths outs out, Tiffany cross for not Ahmadi. Matt McCall yak. Thank you all very much. And in our next hour, a New York Times, blockbuster on Trump's finances that came three years too late and are tend to watch series focuses on the volunteer state, but up next Kavanagh's potential impact on the Muller investigation..

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Nat Geo to 'Move Forward' With 'Story of God' Season 3 After Morgan Freeman Investigation

WCBS Programming

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Nat Geo to 'Move Forward' With 'Story of God' Season 3 After Morgan Freeman Investigation

"You'll be. Hearing Morgan Freeman as Natta narrator on that geo. Again the channel released a statement saying Freeman's docu series the story of God will. Resume production on its third season the show was put on hold as Natsios, parent company FOX invested allegations of sexual misconduct against, Freeman earlier this year NAT GO says the results. Of the investigation revealed no incidents of concern during any of our work with.

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Israel Israel, Israel and United Nations discussed on  Consider This with Big Joe Clark

Consider This with Big Joe Clark

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Israel Israel, Israel and United Nations discussed on Consider This with Big Joe Clark

"Conflict white supremacist group is. Using racist robo calls to mock Andrew. Gillum gave, him is the first black nominee of a major party in state history and the voice on the call is a racist Jerry oh, type the, group behind the call, has also been linked to racist robo calls for campaigns in Charlottesville. Oregon and California well gillen's campaign called it an attempt to fuel hatred a spokesman for Republican opponent

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"gillen" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"gillen" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"You got guys like martin gillen's who have written about that that money drives our politics that when there's any contested questions in congress that the side that is promoted by a big money winds i mean these i think controversal since the sixties right there hasn't been a major policy dispute i don't know if i went back i don't think he went back to but it's been for for at least and he i mean this is poorly written but it does a lot of term paper language in it i remember like you're writing and you're like oh my god how much more can i extend the word limit on this but but you're like rather the eric levitz sort of works off of that piece and make something interesting of it fact i'm going into for ring a fire this week but he says that america's version of capitalism is incompatible with democracy and this is a marika's version of capitalism and he says look if you're going to argue that the problem with trump is that he's breaking the norms then when chuck schumer takes over as the leader of the senate you better want him to see donald trump's justices you better want him right to hold hearings forthwith for that next candidate as opposed to as opposed to saying hey remember what happened garland right because if the idea is to reinstitute norms if that is the ultimate objective here that policy changes have nothing to do with it that's what you'd better be prepared to sign on for.

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