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Episode 30: Why Interfaith Dialogue is Vital - burst 02
"The other thing that i would kind of equip our church regularly to consider because folks was well. I don't know if i feel equipped. I don't know if i know my face while enough to be able to to do or say the right things particularly to folks who believes have differently. Well first of all start with listening rather than speaking right I get the no the other person you get to know where they're coming from. That's huge the second thing is jesus promised his disciples. Look i will give you the words to say so. At that point. It becomes first and foremost primarily an action of discipleship. Will i trust jesus provisions and let let the whole concept of evangelism be work which is his anyway right. I just want trust them to give me the words to say that. If i would open my life up before these other people who believe differently i might win an opportunity to tell the story have got us changing me
"heilmann" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"While in Maryland, Heilmann shows not to evacuate its so called East Troublesome wildfire closed in Rachel skied a with Fox affiliate Kdvr, The Grand County sheriff posted a video on Facebook, saying Heil men's were recovered from their home near Grand Lake. Several friends contacted the couple to offer help as evacuations were taking place. But all authors will refused, saying at 84 86 years old, they wanted to be together in the home they loved. The sheriff read a statement from family members, which talked about how their son got a phone call from the couple Wednesday night. Telling him they could smell smoke that they were in the basement and that they felt safe. He tried contacting them again, but got no answer. One of the couples grandchildren, wrote on Twitter that they were found in each other's arms as we get close to Election Day campaigners during the pandemic, her turning more more to technology to reach voters. Catherine Holly Fox of Philip W. T V. T reports from Tampa. Many voters are tired of the political text blowing up their phones, asking if they can count on you for requesting a few bucks. You can't ignore a text message in the same way that a person getting a call. From a political campaign can ignore. Dr. Joshua Skoko is an associate professor of political communication, he says political texts are not a new strategy. But this presidential election there on a whole new level, according to data released by the spam blocking at Robo Killer Last month, Americans received nearly 2.7 billion political messages up from about 500 million in June. There also completely legal Political calls and texts are exempted from the do not call list. FCC Rules Campaigns can text you without permission, but only if the center does not use auto dialing technology until Europe Crossing Cold Front brings along the rain for Sunday and also some much cooler temperatures after going up to the low seventies for our Saturday we'll finish out the week end Sunday in the upper forties ahead of that slight chance of showers. Cloudy skies and 45 then showers early for Sunday, becoming a steady rain later on ly going up to around 48 degrees. Season. Drizzle leftover scattered showers. Sunday night. Stray showers Monday Jeffy no from weather Channel talk radio 6 80 Wcbm. It's happening in just days. Publishers Clearing House will be ready to award $1000 a day for life. Enter now at PCH dot com and you and your family could soon be celebrating.
"heilmann" Discussed on The RV Podcast
"More or about the road link is stephen heilmann and stephen eve really need product there i <hes> i feel biased now because i've got it up on the roof of my r._v. V yeah well. It's a great soccer. Mike and <hes> it's good to have a customer yeah. Tell me how road link came about and the pricing and what it does what it doesn't do yet so <hes> togo's started as and <hes> an app for our ears on trying to tackle some of the everyday pain coin surround service and maintenance and and <hes> trying to to make are being a little a little bit <hes> <hes> less stressful <hes> <hes> we're all trying to enjoy the outdoors and we'd like to <hes> make that even easier than some more time or not camping <hes> we'll start at and <hes> as part of that strategy we want to make sure that you can use that app all on the road which sometimes requires we've partnered with <hes> hardware manufacturer wind guards <hes> as well as <hes> a._t. To kinda create what we thought was this is a good match up of value in <hes> fairly priced hardware and a really great clan <hes> really great data plan for our viewers now. I've heard referred to have to go but it's you pronounced it togo. I guess either one works of togo's the preferred pronunciation right yeah so it's toko like logo <hes> matobo actually <hes> <hes> a <hes> siberian husky <hes> <hes> who <hes> helped run diphtheria vaccines in alaska <hes> <hes> and there's a story on the fight about why we were inspired by endurance and <hes> the the load logo for togo is a little bit based off of <hes> dog and we really embrace dogs in in our brand <hes> and do a lot of our ears <hes> so it it <hes> this great story <hes> about about togo in relationship to the brand on our website those interesting because to hugo also works doesn't it does it does and i sometimes don't even correct people because <hes> it does imply connectivity and quickness and <hes> being ready to to get out on the road so it's not a not a bad print gatien <hes> we we just we like to call so go all right well. It will be <hes>. It'll be fun to see how this thing works for us down the load but one of the reasons i picked it is because as of that great prepaid data plan as far as i can tell that's about the best deal out there for our viewers anywhere are you obviously i looked at the competition but i don't want you to tell somebody who's may be better than than that system but that's about the best plan. I've been able to find yeah <hes> we we obviously think so but <hes> you know to be honest you know part of what togo's trained to do to to promote camping promotes <hes> a ah r._v. culture and <hes> we're just we're trying to offer the best <hes> you know best. The most affordable is data plantar veers and we think are are you know prepaid. Three hundred sixty dollars annual unlimited data plan is the best deal out there if you you know you have to pay three hundred sixty dollars up front <hes> but that that's thirty.
"heilmann" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"The best not make any more threats to the United States. They will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen. And then we fell in love. Now really, he wrote me beautiful letters and their great letters. We fell in love. Not bothered by the small missiles, I am personally. Good morning and welcome to morning Joe, it is Tuesday may twenty eighth along with Joe Willie and me. We have national list for NBC news and MSNBC, John Heilmann, former aid to the George W Bush, White House and state departments of these Jordan, president of the council on foreign relations, Richard Haass and political reporter for the Washington Post and MSNBC political analyst, Robert Kosta, Joe quite a way to start the week. We fell in love Donald Trump to Kim Jong. Wow. Wow. Most murderous, one of us murderous. A dictator is really unbelievable just just looking at that. But how is my weekend? Well, it good. I had a really good weekend, and we were. We were United, of course both in Boston yesterday but for some reason, you didn't want to stay in watch the Red Sox. Yeah, yeah. But, you know, but Willie I was actually in Fenway when the announcement came over there was an afternoon game they'd wonderful Memorial Day ceremonies talking to Willie right now. So show Willie. Thank you, three one and go to Willie. And so, I was in the stands when they called out that said the Bill Buckner passed away, there was a there was a huge gasp in the crowd. And I know a lot of people sports fans treated Buckner badly. I can tell you all the Red Sox fans. I knew growing up loved Buckner, always respected the man, and what incredible Gracie show Lior, and I were talking about nineteen eighty six, of course, the play that, that haunted Buckner throughout his life. But we were talking about when he came back when the Red Sox got their World Series. Ring for stay of two thousand eight he came out a thunderous applause for two minutes straight. He walks out and throws the first pitch tears in his eyes the whole stadium. I tell you, I look left and right. And everybody everybody was cheering up. I think barnacle may have even been tearing up. Welcome back this man. Who, again every socks fan. I know. Do not blame him for what happened in nineteen eighty six there. Couple pitchers whose names shouldn't be mentioned. But he was he was just a class class act of all the gifts. He gave this great city of Boston. The greatest was the Gracie showed on this day and at the end. Yeah. That video showing right now April two thousand eight was going around the internet, yet at the news of Buckner set, it gets, you don't have to be a Red Sox fan when you understand what the previous twenty two years of his life, had been, like, since the nineteen eighty six World Series and to shame almost that it has to be part of his obituary, but it is a part of his story. But the photographs that accompany has bitch ratio bending over along the first base line at Shea Stadium is the ball goes through his legs. But Joe it's import to say when a great player he was he was graceful. We're seeing it right here but he was a league batting champion. He was an all star had twenty seven hundred hits and his career pushing. Against that three thousand Mark. And as you say, he just handled that, so well from nineteen eighty to two thousand eight where he finally came back to Fenway. There was another moment, or your member, curb your enthusiasm where Larry David encouraged Buckner to come back and this might be a funny way to talk about the play for the first time where Bill Buckner catches, I think a baby, or a small child falling building during a fire, he makes the catch and the crowd goes wild. So a great player a great red sock..
"heilmann" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"US, I offered our own Dan plan who's reported many times that the wall is not an issue here. In fact, most dis-official believe is effective issue. We face is the migrants on the debate over their treatments. Knowing this CNN declined to have on their programs, which often present the wall as not required and other places. Like the stretch of the Texas board of the president visited earlier today. They didn't like what they heard from us just some background for you. Wow. So now CNN we always knew this out of the closet. Join Chuck Todd. Where his despotism is out of the closet may be announced this Sunday on meet the depressed. None of us will watch it. Of course, a lot of good pre football going on. But maybe maybe chuckles Todd will will announce the next subject where you must agree with him on a particular point of view. Maybe it'll be the wall period. But this is your CNN CNN is not a news organization. Ladies and gentlemen. It's not even as newsy as Russia TV or the all Pravda. It is a propaganda. Mill. It doesn't really pretend to be anything else. It's the rock cats of leftism over there. And you just heard what took place and CNN put out a statement said this is false fake half truths. So you know, it's one hundred percent accurate. It's one hundred percent accurate. Now, I spent a lot of time talking about CNN. Let's talk about MS LSD. John Heilmann Heilmann is on the morning Joe show. This guy's a pathetic. Moron. Who reminds me this guy? Rick Wilson, by the way, that the guy's name the other idiot, but there's so many idiots we had to put a book together with all their photos. You know, like post office pictures the way they used to put criminals in there. Chen had him on the morning schmo. Show. I want you to listen to how sick this man is how sick to show is and how sick MSNBC NBC news and Comcast are forgiving this. Maniac and maniacs like him. A news platform. Cut ten go. There's only one emergency Joe.
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"Cantu. ABC news, Paul Buck Sexton with American now continues on toxics fifty K S T E. He's holding the line for America. Buck Sexton is back. I understand that Donald Trump doesn't care Heilmann makes a point doesn't care. So why doesn't Mike Pompeo care right now. Are the pathetic deflections that we just heard when he appeared on FOX and friends is that a patriot speaking or a wannabe dictators.
"heilmann" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt
"MSNBC Hoshi co host the morning Joe program, which was on live days a week on their show on west one that Trump described down in Marla, go do you remember this? She was the one of the leave everywhere with the plastic surgery believing ever. Yeah. She is funny. So on there on her show on Wednesday of this past week. They were she and her co hosts were watching a clip of secretary of state, Mike Pompeo talking about the murder of the Saudi Arabian, you know. Right, by the way, time's man of the year. Everything we hate Trump. So we're just gonna take people that I mean, you know, he didn't deserve what he got. But he wouldn't have made it demand of the year. Trump wasn't in charge. I can tell you that right now. But anyways shortly after they played a video of Pompeo appearing on FOX and friends, so they're watching the competing network. This is their reaction. Here. We go. I understand that Donald Trump doesn't care Heilmann makes good point. He doesn't care, but why doesn't Mike Pompeo care right now. But are the pathetic deflections that we just heard when he appeared on FOX and friends is that a patriot speaking or wanna be dictators, but boy. Off. Apparently, she's now been what Gary suspended for about. Boy, she's in a lot of trouble. You know, her co host tried to claim that her absence on the show on Thursday was due to a long flat plan family, outing or some nonsense. You realize okay. Because this up even more. This was brought to my attention by none of them Paulette next to me, the article and said get Gary to take down your episode where you and Adam talk about. But boy, I said, wait a second pull it. Who she goes? I don't want you get in trouble who am I gonna trouble Kroll a digital to suspend me from reasonable doubt? Because we had him and I had a but boy episode I so that's how I got. This was brought to my attention. I'll tell you to me. There's a kind of a bigger problem. I mean, I, but it's funny, and you know, when Don lemon. Looks in the cameras eight say but President Trump's racist. Here's the problem with that. Or or boy Pompeo, whatever your next story is like if I said, hey, you know, Mark douchebag Gaga's. Right. Right. You know, do she? Oh, anyway, let me tell you a story about Mark go. Well, it's not gonna be good. I'm just going to report what happened. I'm a fair arbiter right now. I'm here. Just to report what Mark dead, Mark, douchebag garra Garriga's. Now, let me just tell you what Mark douchebag did. And again, this is nothing to do with my this is just the way it went down even deflect taken on it. I think I have confess that my nickname for Brett Cavanaugh during whitewater was. But boy, I think I've said that more than once and. I never had a bad thought about Brett cabinets. You know? What do I call your honor? Can you imagine? Now what I go to the US supreme court. But yeah, right. There's but boy I mean, but boy, but it was kind of endearing. I don't think she meant in during way, though. So, but boy could be, but boy could be both endearing I guess an insult apparently, a homophobic slur is going to say everything can be it's just sort of one step removed from a racial, homophobic, slurs Zena phobic slayer, but wasn't a slur before she said it out loud on national television. I don't that it and no one's made. I nobody's that always thought. I don't understand. Okay. Yes. It's a, but I get it. But I get it's a buck. And I guess I could say I mean, what if I said we ask. As whole as ASO problem, but boys, not homophobic slurs. The the kind of the problem with. But boy is you have always laughed about is. When you start defending like, I said, no, I said, I didn't say Mark was gay. I said his new slacks were gay like lame, right? Like stupid fans of that. And if you will come in..
"heilmann" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"And there might be problems there. I think that's a lot of uncertainty. I think right now he would love to keep Whittaker in there as long as this Muller investigation lasts. Hey, John Heilmann. It does occur to us. That tomorrow is a Friday are always the first Friday following the midterms. And this has been a quiet time for Robert Muller at all when you put your head onto the railroad tracks, something we do not recommend anyone do are you hearing the rumblings of distant locomotives. Do you think it's going to be an eventful Friday or a boring Friday? Well, the president's getting around planning going to Paris tomorrow, Brian. So that's one thing that you could argue that either way that augurs for activity, the president won't be reachable. And if something bad something that would trouble people was about to happen. The president might prefer to be out of the country or up in the air during that period. That's one point. It's also the case that I I don't think I was alone in thinking that if the election, if this midterm election gave Donald Trump a sense of either fear or emboldened meant, and I think he ended up with a little bit of both that he would move pretty quickly to get rid of Jeff Sessions. We knew sessions it's gonna probably by the end of the year. A lot of people didn't expect it would happen literally twelve hours after the polls closed, but I thought that was possible. The other thing that's been in my mind is that that rod Rosenstein were. He's still running the show might be bringing forth or announcing some indictments people that we've been hearing him about the seems to be near to indicting someone like Roger stone. For instance, there's been some discussion about the possibility that Don jR, and indictment might becoming. Don, jR, Trump might becoming shortly. Now, I think there's a lot of question about whether an indictment. It's the case that the indictments that the grand jury already has under- seal it may be the case that Whitaker cannot stop those indictments coming forward. He would take an extraordinary acts for him to go through to go back to the court and try to undo those indictments if they are sitting out there. So it's possible that even though Whitaker can undermine the Muller investigation various ways, and that's obviously with Donald Trump wants him to do. It's also possible that there indictments that are out there under seal, and is it possible to might see one of those or more of those tomorrow. I would not be surprised if we did which is why we tell people to stay tuned, and it looks like Heilmann wind scrabble with emboldened meant, John. Hi almond, Kimberly. Atkins. Barbara mcquade are great. Thanks for starting off our broadcast tonight coming up for us after our first break a deeper look at what Muller may be preparing to do next from two of his former colleague colleagues and later and update on the latest American trag-. The latest staggering death toll in a mass shooting. This time in the oaks, California. The.
"heilmann" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"Depth of his knowledge and ask him to produce any documents that would tend to support what he has to say and also to identify any other witnesses. And they're often are other witnesses assistance in the organization who can also tell the same story of people who prepared the paperwork. So it could be that he reveals a whole series of additional witnesses. All right, Barbara, mcquade. Thank you so much for your insights as always we greatly appreciate it. Jim Bana high. Let me go back to you about the polling as we were talking about before and those upper midwest states, which hasn't been a great deal of focus before two thousand sixteen. But as you remember back from two thousand twelve, John Heilmann wrote a great article. I believe it was in New York magazine, talking about how Barack Obama basically blocked out Mitt Romney by running all those ads on the big ten TV network talking about how Romney was this Pluto. Crowd are this multimillionaire who who base. You know, allowed people to die without health insurance, and he focused on the upper midwest, which was a key region for Barack Obama locking out. Mitt Romney, obviously key also for Donald Trump in two thousand sixteen what's it mean that Donald Trump's reelect in Wisconsin, Minnesota Michigan is in the high twenty s to low thirties. And now even in Pennsylvania, he appears to be fading. I think the common thread there is that you're seeing a little bit of bleeding of of maybe ten percent, fifteen percent of the party that just turned on Donald Trump, which is a small segment in the scheme of sort of inter-party debates. But when you think about what's happening on a national scale, it's potentially devastating, and here's why everyone talks about the Blue Wave which is definitely real. Now, there's clearly a bunch of momentum and Democrats are turning out in record numbers. What's worries Republicans is that you combine that Blue Wave. With basically this undertow of Republicans who are leaving the party in either gonna vote democrat or not vote at all, and it doesn't take that many moderate Republicans aren't that many left, but it doesn't take that many to take that plus democratic enthusiasm to give you a much bigger margin of victory for Democrats in November. And that's why those numbers matter. It'll go up and down. Probably not that much between now in twenty twenty, but it's the short-term consequences, Republicans fear almost every Republican leader. You talked to thinks they're going to lose the house because of that specific dynamic. And finally, Jim, the cardinals on fire cardinals in the brewers. How does that end? You know, we're what three and a half games out. You guys have this bias towards all your east coast teams the brewers. I think real America number one, but to like they do it the right way. They able to it by notches buying big, big ball close, but they have an amazing offensive line up their pitching's. Not that great and the cubs are pretty darn good, but it's a fun team to watch, and it's good is. Brewer fan who's not had a whole lot of good teams over the last thirty years to watch. All right, Jim van too high with access. Yes. You can also see Jim tonight on Sarah Palin, baseball room. She only teams. Jim, thank you so much. A lawyer for Spiro Agnew as a bit of advice for Donald Trump. He says the president should consider resigning Spiro Agnew lawyer joins us next on morning, Joe. I don't know how you can if somebody who's done a great job. I'll tell you what if I ever got a peach, I think the market would crash. I think everybody would be very poor because without this thinking you would see you would see numbers that you wouldn't believe. Giuliani, is it inevitable known? The President Trump will be impeached hardly. I think it's inevitable that he won't. There's no reason he didn't collude with the Russians. He didn't have shrug Justice. Everything Cohen says it's been disproved you only impeach him for political reasons, and the American people would revolt against thank you. Okay, we we gotta stop right here. I'm going to introduce my guests in the second Pajan Heilmann. Isn't it rich? Isn't it rich that you had Republicans screaming at the top of their lungs win? I think it was Lisbeth Warren..
"heilmann" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"You put on top of that a message about cronyism about corruption, about loopholes for Trump's richest billionaire friends about people's healthcare being taken away so they can give away those massive tax cuts that Donald Trump bragged about it more log onto his billionaire friends hours after he signed the Bill. That is a very potent campaign message, and if Democrats can't win with that, will Democrats will never be able to win. Also been stories that that you threatened to resign. If you hit a, have you ever hit a point on that issue of sources and methods or anywhere else where you said this line. You know, I'm a, as I said, I'm a low-key, understated guy, but that should not be mistaken for what my spine is made out of. So you have leave it just leave it at that. Okay. All right. Considered resigning in the time you've worked as the Highland continue to work as hard as they can. As long as I can support the men and women of DHS. Have you ever considered? I think that the suggestions when I've heard those suggestions there in situations, I would never consider resigning. Have there been moments such as those suggested by Christopher Ray in his interview with LeicesteR hold where you even considered resigning. That's a place I really go to publicly He never, never, you you know. know. I tried to retire twice. Not very successful, and that's excessively fail to both times. But. Look. Ask yourself, why did you agree to do this in the first place? What is your intent and what is your responsibility? And I look at those measures in terms of making decisions as to how long I would like to be in this business are there as when you think, well, what am I doing. Yeah, but there's a lot more days saying, you know, the mission here is critical to be able to be a part of it. The able to feel like you're. Giving something back to your country. It's a reward. Welcome back to morning, Joe. It is Friday July. The twentieth still with us. We have national fares analyst for NBC news and MSNBC John Heilmann national treasure. How's that? For an introduction. After ten years, we nail the Joe. Let's Alex stick with that one. Okay. National dramatic treasure and also Lange lizard and the Hamptons on Fridays. Like today Donny Deutsch Republican strategists and MSNBC politic landless Susan Dell Percy. Oh, Washington anchor for BBC, news, world news America, Katty, Kay, and joining the conversation. We have White House correspondent for PBS news hour. You meet Elsa door and also columnist for the New York Times. Brad Stevens as well as commentary editor for the Washington Examiner and visiting fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, Tim Carney. So, so let's let's talk about what we just heard. Brad Stevens. Obviously, you have a balancing act for an awful lot of people that work for this White House who actually feel like. Sometimes I feel like they need to leave other times. I feel like they need to stay there and keep doing this sort of thing that Dan Coats did yesterday and it's been doing through the week. What? What's your take on the balancing act that they're making and when they should finally just throw in the towel. I think with a lot of these guys, they tell themselves privately that they're cleaning up for the president. But more recently, I think they're covering up for the president. I think that goes particularly for John Bolton and secretary of state. Mike Pompeo I've known I've known both men for for years. I'm sure you have and if they've had one consistent view or two consistent views is first of all, don't negotiate with dictators North Korea. They never keep their word. It's a fool's gambit. The United States should never do that. And Secondly, don't trust the Russians, especially former KGB agents like of Ladimir Putin. Now here you have both men going along with probably the most accommodation est or appeasement oriented policy that American president has had in his long as. You and I can you, or I can remember. I mean, this puts the Russian reset to shame in terms of the way in which President Trump has consistently reached out to Putin, has apologized for him, has taken his side in disputes..
"heilmann" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"At this president for the way they treated them who maybe didn't wanna speak out about the way he treated them or what about what happened between them or about perhaps the things that happened between them while he was married to melania trump you just wait because right now after you said that rudy giuliani i bet they might wanna step forward i bet they might wanna think you know what just look at me just look at me good luck because that's what happened with donald trump donald trump attacked the looks of his accusers moore cues came out so i agree with you i think rudy's encouraging she's a mother and she's a woman with voice and she's going to use it i hope she does i'm waiting joe john heilmann you know michael evan audie well it's interesting that donald trump has attacked absolutely everybody it seems and in the public that we know every major figure every republican democrat it seems that comes across his path except stormy daniels and michael noddy and it seems to me that there's not any question that there's never been a denial that donald trump had a relationship with stormy daniels and here you have rudy giuliani making that case which trump obviously concerned about so much more difficult passing himself off as donald trump's lawyer there's there's another defamation lawsuit against donald trump with a from a guy that everything i can tell seems to be one or two guitars short of molly hatchet i mean he's he's not all there well yes i mean just just just if you focus on the elham.
"heilmann" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"Kind of the global sense here is we came stronger when fdr started recognizing the soviet union you know when he pushed us however slowly toward intervention when running all the way through as you say to president reagan and president bush i remember george bush saying what's that he thought the proudest achievement he had as president was reunifying germany which is not a phrase you wanna hear is a biographer because that's not exactly a shootemup but that was a diplomatic achievement that was unimaginable even twenty in certainly forty years before no and it was unimaginable even for france in the mid eighties and yet again the american experiment benefited americans and john heilmann had again europe as are indispensable allies but here you have donald trump lobbing one tariff after another in their direction and the direction of our canadian allies in in the direction of all the people who've stood by his shoulder to shoulder through every recession through every war through through every challenge that we've had yes agree with all of that you know i did this holy unsurprising though for for two reasons the first is that as we discussed in the first hour of the show these are when it comes to these economic policies the president's now pursuing they are consistent with his ideology and consistent with what he has said very few things donald trump has had real policy political slash policy views that have been consistent throughout his entire time in public life he's changed on almost everything is we've discussed many times he's been a liberal on almost every issue is now pretending to be republican or whatever it is now on everything else every social issue into the sun but on this one element of economics least the president is has been consistent so there's that and then there's the fact that we've seen on many fronts the president has you're talking about historical alliances in the value of europe the president is with respect to almost everything historical utterly ignorant and so i don't think these arguments that are appeals to the history of the.
"heilmann" Discussed on Crypto Voices
"For bitcoin so this is kind of been one of the big questions about bitcoin versus a theory for a number of years is do we really need cerium and this really developer friendly solidity programming language for for doing smart contracts or can we do a similar type of functionality on bitcoin and simply because bitcoin developers tend to be a lot more conservative and make changes at a slower pace a theory has had several years in which to innovate and basically propel themselves forwards and make a lot of mistakes and try to fix them and just keep going with the move fast and break things type of attitude but now perha apps we're going to see bitcoin start to catch up with that and induce so a more thoughtful manner so it will be interesting to see if longterm bitcoin will be able to basically offer similar functionality to theory but in a more scalable and more private way privacy this is one of the issues that are related so fungibility at this at the basic protocol and it sometimes been discussing was the focus on last year's skating cone stanford and i again in this getting talk you and how how are you are you satisfied with the current oil privacy that we have in the base protocol can we increase it or going to have to rely on second news lucians delight network and all the the protocols have at a secondary layer there's there's definitely a lot more that could be done so or you know right now privacy and bitcoin is almost nonexistent it's it's pretty terrible schnorr signatures is is one thing that could help with that basically allowing us to create mixers that are much better at protecting your privacy than the the current style of mixers though we also have people that are are working on better privacy mixing type stuff i think i think one of them is zero link and then there was was another one that was being developed i think by by ethan heilmann that was using zero knowledge proofs and i haven't really heard too much from them lately it sounded like they had a a working proof of concept but i haven't haven't actually seen it out in the wild but then on a on a more day to day basis with privacy i think we are going to see some improvements from using lightning network because it has various privacy enhancing features built into it and i think privacy is something that is more important to have on your day to day transactions it needs to be happening by default under the hood whenever you're just doing something that you're regularly doing you shouldn't have to take extra steps.
"heilmann" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"Change and double down and co host of the circus currently airing sunday nights on showtime a welcome to you all robert costa i am tempted to begin with you in your role as longtime giuliani whisperer there's a lot of stories the top of the broadcast to react to tonight but what you're reporting tell you the possibility of a trump muller sit down is right now the possibility remains more remote by the minute the more you talk to the former new york mayor the more you recognize that the trump legal team at this moment is preparing to formally decline an interview with the muller investigators and they're prepared to have a legal battle against the department of justice over in interview perhaps even fighting a subpoena from muller's team and this is already laying out the argument you have giuliani talking kristie welker and other reporters saying the president's just too busy on foreign policy it's not the time he sending every signal to muller we're not going do it john heilmann cambridge analytica to take nothing away from the reporting of the new york times on this story it stands to reason correct that muller at all would be taking a good hard look at cambridge analytica it does look one of the we constantly no talk about the bob muller muller probe in rumsfeld the in terms i've heard this recently starting to creep into our into our dialogue where we talked about the the no the no knowns the no no's and the known unknowns one of the known unknowns is that bob muller is going to issue indictments for sure yeah that relate to the hacking of democratic parties email systems and the hacking of john podesta's emails every expects it to be the next round yes and the question is when we don't know how many we don't know of whom we don't know how far reaching we don't know a lot of things about it but we know we're going to happen it's going to happen and when you think about that piece of the puzzle which is the he's done a little bit on social media piece and that.
"heilmann" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"As for the students who were there for the teachers were there and for the law enforcement walking in that door and so you know they don't want to be in that situation for sirte preferably not and joe read write a point where this is off the rails they're shooters are winning well the gun begun lobbyists are winning because john meacham this is an idea for less friday issue i mean this is not a leftright issue you have you have law you know republicans use to support police officers that used to support law enforcement tell donald trump told him to stop and stop but i'm still a conservative i still believe in the second amendment i still support our police officers and i just i i'll ask you the question i asked john heilmann what what we'll historians say fifty years from now as we look back on the mistakes of vietnam mind and the mistakes of that era that are or politicians sat back in they didn't listen to the cops on the street they didn't listen to police commissioners they didn't listen to sheriff's they didn't listen to prosecutors they saw that thirty three thousand americans died every year in mass shootings are not mass shootings but three three thousand americans died every year by guns add those two years up that's more people than guy the american side and vietnam john we're we're doing absolutely nothing and are a hell of a lot of conservatives republicans gun owners people like me who not only are not afraid of guns but take my children out.
"heilmann" Discussed on No Agenda
"Yeah and that's what did that's what the fbi bishop about they don't want to make it look just because the debt and the republicans will love it to be let's take this phony dossier package it up take it before the feice accord saying we need a warrant to spy on trump's operation and so they got their warrant and that's what happened that's what this memo is gonna say more or less ambitious mui with the fbi be stopping not the fbi doesn't want to stop it exactly one add new information as yet what we agree we agree they wanna make it downer play the dossier and play their great abilities to put together an argument yeah the democrats are besides the point with the democrats the democrats want to see this thing at all because they know it's embarrassing how the democrats are taking a get one step further john heilmann with if we talked about hyneman and is a friend of mine okay here's your friend center it's john holum heroin ask a question that under almost any other circumstances would be ridiculous an absurd that under these circumstances i think is actually warranted is it possible that the republican chairman of the house intel committee has been compromised by the russians as a possible of russian agents he's a russia in the house intel committee on the republican side i have no information to suggest that it is i think this whole business behavior speak of that though i mean i'm not the first person who's raised this he's behaving like someone who's been compromised and there are people who the intelligence committee in the intelligence community and others with great expertise in this area who look at him and say that guy's been compromised.
"heilmann" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"It was disconcerting the white house is saying only the president's throat was dry and the last time this was an issue is what you're seeing now day after he returned from that asia trip he was plainly dehydrated famously stopped mid speech to find some water so john what do you make of this event here we are in the middle of a television asia television president and it was it was odd to watch even less than a lawyer am i in mds so i i'm not going to get any medical diagnosis but i will say i was watching it live and and at the end i stopped the dvr and replayed it because i bought that could not it was jarring at the end because he did not start the speech that way so if you want to look to the innocent example the innocent expert explanation that he just had a bad basic kid bad case of cotton mouth he keeps his speech cut thicker and more gummy as he went through so maybe he was just had a really bad case of dry math and he started to get the kind of build up in his mouth in it was a problem i actually thought for a moment he might elect lost a crown or something that he was at dental problem but whatever it was it was a real thing because ten minutes before the speech was over he was not talking the way he was at the very end and when he got to that god bless the united states which was something that people notice than they were not hearing things we wanted to at least make note of it tonight because there will no doubt be more talk of it but to our leadoff guest this evening to fill a broker to a nadeco marta john heilmann thank you all three of you for being with us tonight coming up the president's words from earlier today that are already causing protest half a world away and up next democrats have turned on one of their own the senate career of al franken as we said may be about to come to an end we'll talk about it one our broadcast continues.
"heilmann" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"And listen to this us congressmen scott taylor a republican from virginia beach told the new york times he faulted president trump's quote divisive rhetoric for propelling the party to defeat he said i do believe that this is a referendum on this administration democrats turned out tonight but i'm pretty sure there was some republicans who spoke loudly and clearly tonight as well he added down the ballot quote i know folks that lost tonight who are going against candidates i'd never even heard of joe pointed to this democrats democrats were shocked by what happened last night one democratic operative said this was not a wave this was a soon nami in fact it's been since nineteen 75 the democrats had taken even more than five seats in the house in an election like this unbelievable and john heilmann a house of delegates gerrymandered in such a way to not represent this state still even even going against all those odds you know you have to just say and i don't i don't usually we always look at candidates we get paid to look at candidates and look at their campaigns let's face it i mean ralph north them one congratulations to him he's got to be feeling great he should be feeling great but the morning after let's talk about it body on both sides of the aisle said this guy ran one of the worst closing campaigns they had seen in recent memory and yet virginia voters it in the rain they stood in long lines i had somebody tweet at me yesterday there was a long white and i do believe.
"heilmann" Discussed on Kickass News
"Which was the hottest show of the time and my favorite show maybe when my favorite shows of all time and i said well okay i'll go in on that on mission and then i got the part you and so from there uh and i did several episodes it was an amazing experience you'll you were like an ad agent who kinda went hollywood did zach late on madison avenue and then you went to hollywood and then it being a hollywood crazy yeah yeah and i punch fraudulent hurling in the ball which may be less one of my career highlights sell i uh from there i have decided decided in have sort of kept to it which is something really cool comes along it's usually a combination of a traffic show in a really cool part and something that's not too timeconsuming uh than i do it in it's been pretty fortunate where it's been about once a year i ended up on some terrific shell when i have a wonderful time and that's what i've been doing you know last season i did billions and i'll be back on billions this season in its literally the perfect acting job for me the terrific part on the traffic show and it's fun nafta a fantastic show now before we started here i heard you talking about mark helprin your first writing effort was recount for hbo which was widely acclaimed morgan said nominated for an emmy and then you followed it up with gang change for hbo which one you to emmys which was based on the mark helprin john heilmann bestseller about the two thousand eight election i've had them both on the show before what are those two guys like to work with i love as guys i have become really close friends of mine i'm very fond of them.