22 Burst results for "Hal Dare"

Hal Sparks Explains the Trump Team's Sneaky Omission

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:57 min | 3 weeks ago

Hal Sparks Explains the Trump Team's Sneaky Omission

"Two lawyers for Trump likely to become witnesses or targets. Now into the investigation and the classified documents. They have because they claimed all sensitive materials have been returned. Legal specialists said they are potentially witnesses if not defendants. So this would be Christina bob and who's the other one. Corcoran is in her co counsel, doctor farrier, or doctor. So bob. It's off our miss bob. Is that who you are, what you do. Hey. Said based on the information that has been provided to me, all documents response to the Sabina were being returned after a diligent search so they found twice as many as we said documents after that. So is she going to, what's going to happen? Is she going to throw him under the bus or is she going to take the ball? Like I said, I think that's cash Patel because it was the custodian who signed it. I think they're all going to hide behind at the best of my knowledge. The problem that they have, according to the 60 days of footage that the government got from the security cameras, which I guess nobody thought to check before they handed it over. It shows that they removed boxes from the room from the storage room, either they or someone told the government that this happened. Someone within Trump's circle that they removed boxes, then did the diligent search of the boxes in the room, then put the boxes back in, then signed a piece of paper saying, I did a diligent search of the boxes in the room and no top secret stuff was in there. So they took out the boxes they knew contained stuff, you know, that they didn't want to return. And they searched boxes they knew were basically empty. And then lied to the government through omission by saying we searched all the boxes in the room without admitting that they had removed boxes from the room before the search. There you go. Very clever.

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Hal Sparks Gives a Lesson in 'Trump Speak'

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

00:48 sec | 3 weeks ago

Hal Sparks Gives a Lesson in 'Trump Speak'

"Made a lot of great points on the twitters, 33 boxes items, several docs found inside Trump's desk after the subpoena. I'm starting to realize why a lot of the Trump defenders are so quiet all of a sudden. Right. You said twice as many secret talks were found after Trump's team asserted there were no more classified materials. They never thought anyone would check. Isn't that amazing? So for those of you that don't speak Trump, no crimes means double crimes. None means double. Anything he says there's none of there's double that. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. And you said the government made the case that waiting two weeks to file an emergency injunction, hardly shows that you think it's an emergency. They were assaulted in the wound by reminding the court and Trump that Michael Cohen filed his immediately. We just had Michael Cohen on. The Cohen jab was fantastic.

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Stephanie and Hal Sparks Discuss How Trump's Lawyers

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:14 min | 3 weeks ago

Stephanie and Hal Sparks Discuss How Trump's Lawyers

"House sparks, hey. How do I how dumber Donald Trump's lawyers? That was Alina haba bless me. She's in a bad or bad based attorney, I think. Okay. Okay. Did she just admit that, yes, we did have the classified stuff, and also there's a lot of people that went in and out of there, but it was totally secure. They had guests all the time and it was all boxed up and very nicely and in small display case. It was not spread out on the floor. It was stuffed in between filed pictures of Time Magazine covers that he was going to put up in his office, but he hasn't gotten around to doing. And don't take the fact that he had top secret files stuffed in between personal effects as a way of hiding them as they left the building as any sign of any criminality on his part. Also, does she think none of us binge watch true crime all during COVID forgot? Do you see the little T square? Do you see the little triangle that says two a on it? That's evidence. That's what he found. That's where he found it. He spreads it out. He takes a picture of it, then he boxes it up and takes it from that site.

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Are We Close to Justice for Donald Trump? Michael Cohen Weighs In

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:16 min | Last month

Are We Close to Justice for Donald Trump? Michael Cohen Weighs In

"Can I just say our good friend Glenn kirshner said of your book? Michael Cohen exposed Trump's crimes. He testified about them to Congress he brought receipts, revealing to the American people the campaign finance crimes he committed with for the benefit of and that the direction of individual one Donald Trump and Michael paid the price yet no accountability for Trump. This is not how America is supposed to work. I mean, Michael, you're obviously a lawyer. Most of the legal experts like Glenn like Glenn that we talked to think we are closer than ever to actual justice for Donald Trump. Do you feel that way too? I do. I think that the district attorney's case on in October is going to provide more than what people are giving it credit. Alan weisselberg has the ability to escape a potential 15 year sentence for his crimes, which were, of course, in cahoots with Donald and the Trump organization. Despite the fact that the claiming that he will not be cooperating in any case against Donald Trump, you can not separate out the eponymous company that is owned solely by Donald from Donald. So whatever he testifies to can not be beneficial to Donald.

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Stephanie Welcomes Michael Cohen, Trump's Former Lawyer, to the Show

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:33 min | Last month

Stephanie Welcomes Michael Cohen, Trump's Former Lawyer, to the Show

"We are so excited to say good morning, Michael Cohen. Oh my God. Good morning, Stephanie. How are you? I'm okay. We've been trying to get this booking forever. Thank you for telling the truth. Thank you for, you know, I think it was general hurtling that said of your new book. How is it that Michael Cohen is the only one that went to prison? In all of this lawbreaking, right? In the Trump administration. So talk to us with the bar memo coming out. Just talking to us about, first of all, how you're feeling with everything that's happening right now? Not happy. I'm not just, I'm not disappointed that they are finally being held to account. What I'm disappointed in is the length of time that it's taking. Every single day that Donald Trump and his minion are out there, continuing to spew lie after lie after lie after lie. I would democracy is more and more in peril. You know, one of the things that I talk about in revenge is how Donald Trump weaponized the Justice Department. And the big baby, the grifter in chief. I like to call him the greasy grifter. What he's doing right now is he's taking he's taking advantage of the chaos that he sowed in the Department of Justice and believe me. As I talk about in revenge, I don't have a lot of love for the Department of Justice. In fact, one of the things that I talk about is how they hide information. Now, we as American citizens, we file something called the foia request, the freedom of information. And the first one that I followed after the unconstitutional remand of me back to prison, which I now have that lawsuit against the government, Bill Barr, DoJ, Donald Trump, et cetera one of the things that they did is they replied that we have no documents that are relevant to your foia request. So I bring in this lawyer named Mark Zayn, who is an expert in this. Everybody in the whole world uses him. Newspapers, television, et cetera and aftermarkets involved in files the action. There's over 480,000 documents. So I want your listeners to sort of put this into perspective. From zero to 480,000. In fact, they were supposed to turn over the first 500 documents, August 22nd. Instead, what are they doing? They're playing possum again in hiding and they're now claiming that they have to send those same documents to other federal agencies before they could release

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Hi Nixon, That's Not How It Works

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:18 min | Last month

Hi Nixon, That's Not How It Works

"Trump said a letter on May 29th and May 1st that said, I'm still looking through the stuff, but if I haven't responded to you in a timely fashion, just assume I'm exerting privilege over everything and all these boxes. And they wrote him a letter back going hi Nixon. That's not how it works. You don't get to retroactively when you're no longer president, declare privilege on documents you have no right to that may affect our trade relations, our security relations, our national security, that the current president needs to make full decisions. Well, that's why his, what was the statement of the officer of the 45th president about the special master. I'm requesting a that's why that was so it's a legal term, but just cuckoo banana bread. It was first of all, it's like what, two weeks late, and secondly, first of all, he's just trying to slow down or stop the investigation. Every request somewhat like a special master to look, but anyway, he literally said, if I don't respond to your letter, assume that I have asserted and I quote a protective assertion of executive privilege made by counsel for the former president. That's not a thing.

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Hal Sparks: We're Having to Tiptoe in a Way We Never Have Before

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:30 min | Last month

Hal Sparks: We're Having to Tiptoe in a Way We Never Have Before

"The reason why a disgruntled employee can take classified document documents home and stash them for a little while and not get in the same trouble as everyone else is because everybody else wants the company to be there the next day. Right. And so we're having to tiptoe in a way that we never have had to before. And because he's so stupid about it, that he might in a fit just throw things in the air at an event or something, like it's that bad. It's one of those things where we're talking, if you look at this, I just mentioned this to you before we went on the air, but this narrow letter that they put up the national archives letter that they gave up to was 5 page letter them responding to him his magical privilege idea that he was just automatically declaring previous privilege to everything and all the boxes in all of his houses and they wrote this letter back going, yeah, dude, that's not how it works, tell me. You lost. And the new guy gets to decide what's privileged and what ain't. He also gets to decide the new president, what documents can leave and which ones have to come back because he's got to make real decisions about real life stuff right now. And he needs to know what you've been talking about and to whom. And if you're hiding those documents, you are effectively shortchanging in the United States and negotiations.

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Hal Sparks on the Republican's Money Panic

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:05 min | Last month

Hal Sparks on the Republican's Money Panic

"Think about where Trump said all the fraud was. And now think of all the places that the Republicans are pulling money from because they know they don't have a shot and understand. That also builds on the fact that he's lying specifically about Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Arizona. Like drastically lying about them because the trend is going that direction and there's nothing that's gonna turn it around. Yeah, unless the Republicans become different people in the next two years. And it's not going to happen because they're not allowed. Yeah, even Charlie pierce said, I'm being deluged with Republican emails and not all of them from the former president begging for money. My laptop is in danger by relentless tide of flop sweat. It does feel like panic. It feels like, oh my gosh. And here's the best part about it. The panic is not that money isn't coming in from the grassroots. It is. It's just going straight down Trump's gullet and out his backside like Brazilian weasel coffee.

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Hal Sparks Re-Enacts Trump and McConnell's Public Fight

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:44 min | Last month

Hal Sparks Re-Enacts Trump and McConnell's Public Fight

"So speaking of Florida man, so the guy with the biggest Medicare scam in history, they put that guy in charge of the Republican money. That's what? I'm sorry, I'm sorry, I'm sorry, sorry. What Republican money? If you'll recall, Mitch McConnell caught all kinds of crap this week because he went home or come to the conclusion that we're not going to be doing a real well. I have that, you know what? I have to say of all the Mitch McConnell impressions I've heard that one where you're gargling marbles is my favorite. It's my new favorite. Yeah, so I have to get new marbles every time because they disintegrate from the acid. It's that it's that authentic. The candidates are not that white, Mitch? You're right. We're gonna have a good time for her. Lettuce. Anyway, so he got crap because he was like, we gotta face the fact that we've got some fairly bad candidates and then Trump comes out and yells at him like maybe if he'd spend some money and your wife was to try to make deals off track like it's such. It's fantastic. And Sean Hannity is saying Mitch McConnell should resign because it's his fault. Oh, thank you. It's so good. Like my nipples could cut glass right now. I know, me too. Excited about it. I will say, it has all the energy of like one of the, like, a mom of one of my friends in Kentucky when I was growing up yelling this out the screen door of her trailer. Like, it has all the presidential qualities. They're like, well, hey, maybe if you spend a little money in your wife wasn't trying to make all this money off the channel. That's where the president, the former president is now.

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Glenn Kirschner on the Importance of the Proud Boys Conspiracy Charge

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:58 min | 3 months ago

Glenn Kirschner on the Importance of the Proud Boys Conspiracy Charge

"Let's just say Joyce white Vance also said it has proven very difficult to convince a jury to convict, that makes important to remember that this very conservative Justice Department has decided it has sufficient evidence now on two militia groups. That's the start of the really big deal, right? Seditious conspiracy charges against Proud Boys and the oath keepers, right? Because that's very hard to prove. That was a big indictment to drop and it actually I think tells us something about the likely coordination between the Department of Justice and the J 6 committee. And you know, I take a slightly different view than my good friend Joyce Vance. I don't think it's all that hard to convince juries to do the right thing once you provide them with common sense, evidence that a crime has been committed and we can prove corrupt intent by the defendant. We've got that in bucket loads. But this seditious conspiracy indictment against the Proud Boys, it is really interesting for a couple of reasons. I was I was so interested in it because it came down one day. I believe day before yesterday was announced by the Department of Justice, big deal charges, seditious conspiracy for Enrique tarrio and four of his underlings. And the very next day, Steph, the J 6 committee announced we will be opening Thursdays hearings by focusing on the seditious conspiracy of the Proud Boys. That's not a coincidence step. That reinforces my belief, which I think you and I have talked about, that the team of former federal prosecutors who are investigating this these crimes for the J 6 committee are coordinating with the team of federal prosecutors at the Department of Justice who are investigating it criminally. And this is yet another indication of that. That was not a coincidence that we got Proud Boys seditious conspiracy and the very next day J 6 a by the way. That's how we're opening day after tomorrow.

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Trump Proofing the Presidency With Comedian Hal Sparks

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:53 min | 3 months ago

Trump Proofing the Presidency With Comedian Hal Sparks

"Well, it's interesting. I want to get your take out. I mean, we talked about this Trump proofing the presidency. Jamie Raskin is pushed colleagues on the House select committee to ditch the Electoral College to protect future presidential elections against the subversion that Trump and his allies tried to pull off in 2020. Adam Schiff has indicated his agreement, but is more focused on reforming the electoral count act, which dictates the timeline for states to appoint electors and for them to subsequently cast their presidential votes, Liz Cheney and Zoe lofgren are also working on that. But I mean, if they had done their job and impeached him so he couldn't run again, but because they didn't do that, right? And remember Mitch McConnell said, you're having gotten away with anything. Yeah. There are courts. I mean, they're hoping they keep punting it going, well, we can't do it. Because the crazy Trump voters, but the DoJ, I mean, basically Mitch McConnell said, the DoJ should do it. He hasn't gotten away with anything. That's what we have criminal courts for. Oh no, not impeachment. And now here's one. Here's one thing that could solve a lot of this, whatever. Pass a law that gives it automatically 5 years in jail if you fraudulently vote on purpose and ten years if you deny someone their vote. Per charge, individual. If you stop anyone from voting or limit their ability to vote, artificially willfully and knowingly by brooming them from the electoral rolls or any of that kind of stuff, every person you do that to automatic ten years. And, you know, Trump was going to do it about monuments about statues automatic ten years if you wreck a statue will wrecking someone's right to vote in the greatest democracy on the planet, arguably would be something that would matter on that same scale. And I think it's one of those things where Republicans would have a hard time. They'd vote against it. The freedom caucus would vote against it. All these people would freak out because they know that they're the ones actually committing the fraud every time it's found. You find Republicans at the

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Why Hal Sparks Says There Is No 'Smarter Next Time' for Insurrection

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:07 min | 3 months ago

Why Hal Sparks Says There Is No 'Smarter Next Time' for Insurrection

"Is and I would like to remind everyone while they're watching these things, as they go on. That all of these attempts, while horrifying attacks on our democracy, yes, were attempted by the biggest idiots on the planet. Literally the strategic minds that were impressed by Vladimir Putin's strategic thinking. These folks literally are the perfect people to try and attempt this because not only did they show their butt to the entire world in the process. But they failed miserably at doing it. And the worst shock against our democracy in a 150 years was a fart in a bag. They just basically ran up on the steps, popped it, and then went home. Yep. I love that. Okay, my point is, though, this is what they're getting ready. They're trying to do it better. It's smarter the next time. This is exactly that's why this is chilling. And there's got to be accountability because I agree. I agree, but I will tell you this. There is no smarter next time. There is no better contrived version of this because anybody that could contrive it even 1% better wouldn't try it because it's

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The Jan. 6 Hearings Will Show Who the Real Trumpists Were

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

The Jan. 6 Hearings Will Show Who the Real Trumpists Were

"It's going to come out a bunch this week that which Trump advisers thought he was full of crap, thought it wouldn't work, but went along with it anyways and are now distancing themselves to protect themselves from the Jan 6 committee and the legal implications from it. And the people who are going to be all in because Trump is going to be chewing the heads off of a lot of these people based on the testimony, they gave to the Jan 6 committee, even if the in public, they've been lying on his behalf from Kevin McCarthy to Steve Bannon, all this crowd. A lot of what they've said both their texts and during the time and since then are going to come out and a lot of the conversations that they've had with the committee are going to be shown and he's going to blow his top and it's going to be

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The Upside for a Conservative Attending Harvard University

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:11 min | 5 months ago

The Upside for a Conservative Attending Harvard University

"As you get toward your graduation, and you know all this, so I'm curious what your perspective on Harvard is, after all of this, maybe we'll have this sort of a trailer for one of the next one of the upcoming podcasts that we'll have. But I am genuinely curious. And I'm curious if you'd meet parents who said to you, yes, my kids, my daughter, my son, is in high school. And I'm just doing everything possible. To make sure they get the best grades and the best extracurricular activity I really would love them to go or you went Julie Harvard. And be very curious how you would react to them. Well, this is something that I've been thinking a lot about not only is I'm about to graduate in three weeks, but also because we talk a lot about Harvard on this podcast Dennis, and I've talked about it a lot on your radio show. And at times I've thought, am I being too hard on them? Because I do look back, I mean, I was just about to say I look back at my four years here. I look back at my two and a half years here. Of course, one and a half was the last due to COVID. And I have had in many ways a great experience here. First and foremost, I've met wonderful people, the friends I've made here will be my friends for life. I rave to you all the time about my roommate's Dennis. I have had wonderful classes, a highlight, was studying under Harvey Mansfield, who was a conservative professor here in the government department that's been wonderful. I have a really great dorm. So there have been many, many upsides. Oh, and by the way, I just went to Israel, which was a Harvard Hal funded experience, and you know how much that changed my life. So I am very aware of all of the benefits that I've gotten from going to this school. And I'm immensely grateful for them. And I will always be grateful to this university.

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GOP lawmaker apologizes for cursing at Democrat over masks

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 8 months ago

GOP lawmaker apologizes for cursing at Democrat over masks

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Historic All-Teen Women's Final Caps an Open Defined by Young Star Power

The Mini-Break

01:44 min | 1 year ago

Historic All-Teen Women's Final Caps an Open Defined by Young Star Power

"Amerada. Keanu is that good hits the backhand with ease when she has time to set on the forehand lookout can change directions off both wings is fluid out of her. Corners is a reluctant but competent. Volleyer more than fine. She just the way. She springs her legs into the serve. The way she keeps her back swings condensed on the return of serve. She can do it all and so again when we look at this matchup for rod kanye moving forward in the final against leyla fernandez. Two players playing with house money. And i posited this theory and this worming to end the show. Because i gotta go do some knoxville stuff. So i do apologize again for the lack of complete Analysis like we've had on some of her past recaps but it's interesting to note you know the players ages twenty two to twenty eight. They grew up watching caroline. Wozniacki reach world number one but just take lump after lump in the grand slams and just you know again have to deal with the pressure and the narrative of the pressure over and over again until she broke through. Same deal with simona hal. Made what three four grand slam finals before. She was able to capture her first title. And you just see you know. Repeatedly players like please give who in her prime and was at the top of the game win so many of these players were watching the sport closely sheesh struggled with the pressures and i think too you know. The players sap lincoln older the benches of the world that socrates of the world. They think they're supposed to struggle with the pressures and they put this additional pressure on themselves because they say well. That's what the orcs always been. That's always been the narrative and while. I'm less certain of that. Half of my theory theory when i am very certain of is. That's not the case with fernandez. That's not the case with rodney keanu. That's not the case with coco goff. They grew up in the wild west air

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With wildfire threatening, Lake Tahoe prepares for emergency

Hal Sparks Radio Program

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

With wildfire threatening, Lake Tahoe prepares for emergency

"Been issued. Thousands are being evacuated near Lake Tahoe because of a massive wildfire raging in northern California. Firefighters battling the cow door fire were hampered by gusty winds Friday. Fire burning south of Lake Tahoe has scorched over

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No, a Dallas Woman Didn’t Die Doing the Milk Crate Challenge. Police Say She Was Injured

Morning News with Hal Jay & Brian Estridge

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

No, a Dallas Woman Didn’t Die Doing the Milk Crate Challenge. Police Say She Was Injured

"Says some social media reports that are circulating about a woman who died after participating in the milk crate challenge or falls. The woman did not die but was injured and has prompted him to warn residents not to participate in the challenge. It consists of people recording videos as they try to walk across empty milk crates and are stacked in a pyramid from the W B A P news

"hal dare" Discussed on Mute Button Podcast

Mute Button Podcast

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"hal dare" Discussed on Mute Button Podcast

"Multiple users declared that blue lives down exists while others posted laughing Modise. Messages such as fuck your dead ditty. That's a sixteen year old girl. Who just lost her father? And yet we have such disgusting vile individuals. Who are protesting the very ones that protect them? That they are so willing. To degrade into main a sixteen year old girl who just lost her father. You say blue lives don't matter. Black lives, matter. You say all lives don't matter. I'm sick of it. I'm done with it. Every life matters! And you want to change the narrative and you want to say well. You just don't want to talk about systemic racism in America. I'm willing to talk about it all day long, but you're not going to sit here until me that every white person. Is Privileged. You'RE NOT GONNA. Sit here and tell me that every cop is bad. When this whole fund the police started, he was about white cops killing black cops. This right here was a Hispanic cop who didn't even have a chance to defend himself. He and his partner Hispanic Austin ambushed. Lola's. You Bunch of Lola's won't to go out and pick a fight with a sixteen year old daughter. Have Dairy. Hal Dare you. We are time now in this country I don't know. Wear? We Begin. Because it is apparent, there's so much hatred. There is so much hatred coming from these radicals. WanNa defend the police. that. Discussion cannot be had. Is there a problem with the criminal justice system the United, states of America today absolutely. Just about every law enforcement officer I know would tell you that. There are so many laws on the books. We don't even know all the laws. Laws constantly override. Other laws cut loud constantly. Conflict with other laws. You walk into a law library it. It's basically four floor detailing wall-to-wall books of law. Is Their problem with mandatory sentencing. In the United States asks the Damn. Lewdly is their problem problem with private prison systems in the united. States Absa Damn lutely. But here's the thing. quit going after your local cops who protect you. They are enforcing the law. They don't make it. In there, certainly not the judge of it. You're to make changes in America start by changing the laws. Had He do that? If you WANNA change it. Get the right.

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"hal dare" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"hal dare" Discussed on 790 KABC

"And he should be paying more the spaying and he understands that a cell that trump then abruptly cancelled his NATO news conference and he says by the way they did he's not watching impeachment hearings for for what it's worth so he is heading back to the United States the press was scheduled to come after a series of bilateral meetings with NATO members including German chancellor Angela Merkel and Italian prime minister just happy Kansei over this corny CNBC hours before the news conference that's in a video emerge calling him they're going after Trudeau calling him too faced yeah that that that is not we like that that's not out of sorts for from right from his done this before he's had his his sort of mine only mono jabs with Trudeau before later Wednesday from explain there's no reason at press conferences because you've had about eight of them apparently referring to his lanky prior remarks to reporters so it's been you know it's been can contentious over there but is any that can hurt from now of course the answer is none of that's gonna hurt from because the fact is that yeah who cares what my crown things of the American leader who really cares what Justin Trudeau things of the American later now political conversations about Turkey and Russia those are not a lot of to do about nothing I does actually matter but foreign policy is not based on lighting and is one of the great myths of the of the media is that foreign policies based on warm personal relations between leaders that it truncheons to buy into this to any talk to how close he is with Kim Jong hoon and and and such can jump Hey you know that that that that is not reality the reality is not that leaders simply abandon the winds the the interest of their country because they don't get along or some that's how how any of this works with that said it's a spectacle the media are really enjoying the media are loving the fact that trump is is being treated with with a lack of respect by other world leaders again this is the first time he is done this this is the first time this has happened is like the fourth or fifth international summit where somebody's made fun of from trump has been making her friends by the way right he he talked about her friends and having a very rough year he brought up the yellow vest protest you talked about friends had a high unemployment rate the reference to terrify escalations being recommended by US trade representative rob Robert white haze on Monday not none of this is particularly unusual now meanwhile speaking of media stupidity there's an article in The Washington Post talking about white rich people are bad the rationale given by the Washington post why rich people are bad understanding it's because they give charity title of this piece from Amy Stiller scholar writer and consultant at the intersection of political theory and philanthropy she has a piece in The Washington Post today titled what happens when only rich people give to charity billionaires are starting to dominate philanthropy you see the those billionaires and they're greedy charity giving those billionaires in their cruel horrible giving charity hal dare they she says like Starbucks.

"hal dare" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"hal dare" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"It was a nice guy I find to be a very nice guy but you know the truth is that I told him out of the fact is I'm trying to percent and I guess he's not very happy about it I mean you were there a couple of you were there and he's not paying two percent that he should be back to percentage Canada they have money and they should be paying two percent so I called him out on that and I'm sure he wasn't happy about it but that's the way it is look I'm representing the U. S. and he should be paying more these things and he understands a cell and from then abruptly cancelled his NATO news conference and he says by the way they did he's not watching in between here and start for what it's worth so he's heading back to the United States the press was scheduled to come after a series of bilateral meetings with NATO members including German chancellor Angela Merkel and Italian prime minister just happy counting over this corny CNBC hours before the news conference that's in a video emerged calling him going after Trudeau calling him too faced yeah that that that is not we like that that's not out of sorts for from right from his done this before he's had his his sort of mine only mono jabs with Trudeau before later Wednesday from explain there's no reason at press conferences because you've had about eight of them apparently referring his lanky prior remarks to reporters so it's been a it's been can contentious over there but is any that can hurt from now of course the answer is none of that's gonna hurt from because the fact is that yeah who cares what micron thanks of the American leader who really cares a Justin Trudeau things of the American later no political conversations about Turkey and Russia those are not a lot of to do about nothing right does actually matter right foreign policy is not based on like in and is one of the great myths of of the media is that foreign policies based on warm personal relations between leaders and it translates to buy into this to any talk to how close he is with Kim Jong hoon and and and such content Hey you know that that that that is not reality the reality is not that leaders simply abandon the wins it the the interest of their country because they don't get along or some that that's how how any of this works with that said it's a spectacle the media are really enjoying the media are loving the fact that trump is is being treated with with a lack of respect by other world leaders again this is the first time that he has done this this is the first time it's happened is like the fourth or fifth international summit where somebody's made fun of from from his friends by the way right he he talks I have friends and having a very rough year he brought up the yellow vest protest you talked about friends at a high unemployment rate the reference to terrify escalations being recommended by US trade representative Robert white haze on Monday not none of this is particularly unusual now meanwhile speaking of media stupidity there's an article in The Washington Post talking about white rich people are bad the rationale given by the Washington post why rich people are bad kinda stunning it's because they give charity the title of this piece from any Schiller scholar writer and consultant at the intersection of political theory and philanthropy she has a piece in The Washington Post today titled what happens when only rich people give to charity billionaires are starting to dominate philanthropy you see the those billionaires and they're greedy charity giving those billionaires in their cool horrible giving charity hal dare they she says like Starbucks string.

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"hal dare" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:38 min | 3 years ago

"hal dare" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"What they're saying is Mr Johnson says is that why you were late and and he is considered one of from Dallas and then two dozen he was late because he takes a forty minute press conference off the top and then Emmanuel macron waited get already review from earlier in the day you're the end of the video Trudeau is also addressing in that group he says he just watches teams Dr jaws drop to the floor so obviously some of these some of these leaders are are not prickly fond at the centralization but henshin around trump naturally the correspondence for the major newspapers were ecstatic Maggie Haberman over the New York times tweeted can't get over this video both for the fact that president hates the thought of anyone having him and for the fact the one use other countries are laughing at us as an attack against his predecessors yeah indeed at the supposedly trump left because of that president trump for his part slapped Justin basically need to begin just slap fest it read J. trump has gone after the grown any sitting there thank lemarchal and he is the opportunity to slap for does he hears from going after now well used to face Germany and honestly with the nice guy I thought it would be a very nice guy but you know the truth is that I call them out of the fact is that thank you for sent and I guess he's not very happy about it I mean you were there a couple of you were there and he's not paying two percent that you should be paying two percentage Canada they have money and they should be paying two percent so I called him out of that and I'm sure he wasn't happy about it but that's the way it is look I'm representing the U. S. and he should be paying more the spaying and he understands a cell that trump then abruptly cancelled his NATO news conference and he says by the way they did he's not watching impeachment hearings for for what it's worth so he's heading back to the United States the press was scheduled to come after a series of bilateral meetings with NATO members including German chancellor Angela Merkel and Italian prime minister just happy Kansei over this corny CNBC hours before the news conference that's in that video emerge calling him it going after Trudeau calling him to face yeah then that that is not we like that that's not out of sorts for from right from his done this before he's had his his sort of mine only mono jabs with Trudeau before later Wednesday trump explain there's no reason at press conferences because you've had about eight of them your friend whose lengthy prior remarks to reporters so it's been you know it's been can contentious over there but is any that can hurt from now of course the answer is none of that's gonna hurt from because the fact is that you know who cares what micron things of the American leader who really cares what Justin Trudeau things of the American later now political conversations that Turkey and Russia those are not a lot of to do about nothing it does actually matter but foreign policy is not based on lighting and is one of the great myths of of the media is that foreign policies based on warm personal relations between leaders that it it and trust him to buy into this to any talk to how close he is with Kim Jong hoon and and and such can John Hey you know that that that that is not reality the reality is not that leaders simply abandon the winds the the interests of their country because they don't get along or something and that's how how any of this works with that said it's a spectacle the media are really enjoying the media are loving the fact that trump is is being treated with with a lack of respect by other world leaders this again this is the first time he is done this this is the first time this has happened is like the fourth or fifth international summit where somebody's made fun of from trump has been making her friends by the way right he he talked about her friends and having a very rough year he brought up the yellow vest protest you talked about friends and a high unemployment rate the reference to terrify escalations being recommended by US trade representative rob Robert white haze on Monday not none of this is particularly unusual meanwhile speaking of media stupidity there's an article in The Washington Post talking about white rich people are bad the rationale given by the Washington post why rich people are back understanding it's because they give charity the title of this piece from Amy Stiller scholar writer and consultant at the intersection of political theory and philanthropy she has a piece in The Washington Post today titled what happens when only rich people give to charity billionaires are starting to dominate philanthropy you see that those billionaires and they're greedy charity giving those billionaires in their cruel horrible giving charity hal dare they she says.

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