23 Burst results for "Hossan"

"hossan" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

Latino Rebels Radio

05:45 min | Last week

"hossan" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

"Usa and center for immigration studies. Which is you know. They created all these name. They were very smart right. They create these names that sound very like center for immigration. Studies like this bunch of academics. That are trying to look at this holistically. When in fact it is white nationalist propaganda but that specific example hossan of trump like they literally. That was the message. That was the immigration message right. Yeah it was a wishlist. It was their wish list. And it was turned into policy by guys like stephen miller. I ask yourself the question. Trump doesn't know immigration. He didn't know what tps did for him but he doesn't know it. Stephen miller didn't either besides a brief introduction while he was working in the office of jeff sess jeff sessions and before trump became president right. Who was it that was telling him where the buttons were press and where the levers to pull to transform the immigration system into a deportation machine was danton organization. They've had these policies locked and loaded for the last forty years. There hasn't been a change. You take someone like jeff sessions. You take someone. People need to look at the heritage foundation. Which at the time you know one one another clear example..

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"hossan" Discussed on Art Beauty

Art Beauty

05:42 min | Last month

"hossan" Discussed on Art Beauty

"Your doctors fast her fact okay and then co q. Ten which i immediately after listening to your thing. I was on there my foot. So times of anti-aging. I'm a huge neutral to. How wonderful anti-aging intense game anti-aging kirke china's wonderful now. Quickey ten is one of the big in kind of like the eighties and nineties. Like our brain and energy yet okay. Wonderful skated obfuscating. Anti-aging action on in times of revette. I was vassal. it's actually Right which is in wine i. It's not yet. Is that compound like it's wine kind of kala the data's one cretan antioxidant helping with the free rapper. Non-jews raw okay. Great you're taking. I mean how many supplements are you taking your day. Jibing it's my job stakes. How many away taking depends on trying to stay with you. It's getting defense trying something new or not. Probably less than you would think hossan maybe canaday. What about ten. I have not seen huge improvements in times of adygea in it. Yeah i think the big Another why don't we actually need to have higher amounts to get like a tiny amounts viaticus not one that i've had great results when some of my clients have great results that i think i i'm the my diet. Anyway i love by you so for me i do. But i take it's five thousand micrograms so it is a powerful. I also it's interesting. The neutrophils tried it it. It wasn't great on my stomach I knew people who swear by it. I like for hair viviscal. But the viviscal pro which has done shark. I don't know it's probably just again. High high quantities of of by. Tim but i. I really do like that okay. So you're taking all these you take them on an empty stomach. No actually take the microsoft who soon enough to stomach on. Take off to breakfast. And he'll is that when we take some ms whitman entry stomach. We had woken digestive system up yet. So basically gonna go through usmanov So often this is usually the best time. Because that's when aleman remember. I'm being stoskopf not the digestion Enzymes enzymes it marashi going to break down. That's such a great tip. Because i feel like a lot of the times. I'll have my coffee. Take my my supplements But i've started to realise to again benefits of getting older is it. Sometimes it'll irritate my stomach. There's no food in there. Yes exactly and that's because you're just putting something in there what he is like. I'm not ready to this. I'm not really suggested. The author practices a great great. I love except for the vitamin c. Which you mentioned. I'm obsessed with as okay. What else do we have. What else do we have in that. I'm one else away taking right now. official science mama trees. I'm a big fan. Getting either as about von strategies. I'm a fan of getting aktan. See what you're saying so we're like how..

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"hossan" Discussed on Deleuze and Guattari Quarantine Collective

Deleuze and Guattari Quarantine Collective

03:47 min | 2 months ago

"hossan" Discussed on Deleuze and Guattari Quarantine Collective

"There's a there's a art subject in a full subject to sort of this phantasm post shorts or or specific physician might consider themselves full subject but there is no full subject. There's just there's a signifier that it always speaks to another signifier So that's a major difference and then But i think what sort of gets mrs that. There's all sorts of assumptions vine this For example that like the signifier even exist for the signifier is Is something that without. Having to learn it is effective. You know I dunno it's universal. Thing that i think depending on where you're from it could be working in the in the underground sort of speak at any realized how it's working later on and i think even go so far as to say i think even the casual people who are into a great deal of this or play in the space tend towards a it's a structure that is determined that idea of castration. I always bring up my man z. I g. is absolutely in the space. So so a lot of the people in the space around him and pretty normal but again the their their question. The same thing as it has been i the the line that they even laugh about here. It gives a row hyme. It was he who said in all seriousness. The oedipus complex was not to be found if it wasn't looked for. Which is i mean a pretty fantastically almost self aware of kind of way to talk about it and then order look for it you also had to be analyzed and shrunk yourself and that it's a hell of a that had defined it you also have to be out of lies then you have to be looking for oedipus you wouldn't find it otherwise like why would you be able to find a thing unless you absolutely had it beaten into you. Yeah for sure. And there's that initiation but what one of the things. I do find helpful about the lithuanian side of things is that you know there is no true self or whatever and that i think watery would agree with you. There's a lot. He took straight away from lincoln. Like i'm not saying like. I love how we should send. The con- does a lot but it's it's like almost with love because he takes just a ton from him so please continue after anti-chavez even though it seems in the ether that content respond well to it definitely seems that he changed his tune a little bit and ended up saying that You know oedipus sort of It's no longer relevant in the clinic. Or something like that and then he moves a little bit harder into choice. Hossan apology moves away from the signify. So it would have been nice to have seen. Glossary engage with late stage. Lucon what we're missing. You think Blues incorporating macon's idea via the lack in the object. A you know..

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Pelosi Defends Decision to Reject 2 GOP Lawmakers for Jan. 6 Committee

All In with Chris Hayes

01:54 min | 3 months ago

Pelosi Defends Decision to Reject 2 GOP Lawmakers for Jan. 6 Committee

"Nancy pelosi put an end to the republican effort to disrupt the work of the select committee on january six. Today there's new reporting the speakers adding even more republicans to the already bipartisan investigation. Many hossan and katie hill are here to talk about at all next. You had hundreds of thousands of people i would venture to say. I think it was the largest crowd. I've ever spoken before. It went from that point which is almost at the white house to beyond the washington monument. It was an an wide and But if you could win was a loving crowd too by the way there was a lot of love. I've heard that from everybody. Many many people told me that was a loving gra correspond with president. Donald trump talking to washington post reporters carolina and philip rucker about the loving crowd at the january. Six rally. just before the insurrection. Now more than five hundred people from the said loving crowd who marched the capital and started a riot have been arrested as a massive investigation into what happened. That day continues the house. Select committee is now moving forward. Today speaker pelosi defended her decision to continue without any of the five republicans picked by house. Minority leader kevin mccarthy after she vetoed two of them and he pulled the three. Select committee is bipartisan. And it has a and it will do. The job it sets out to do. Is my responsibility as speaker of the house. To make sure we get to the truth on this and we will not let their antics stand in the way of that. One republican liz cheney wyoming remains on the committee. They're reportedly been discussions about speaker. Pelosi potentially adding others like congressman adam anger of illinois.

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The Disappearance Of Girly Chew Hossencofft

Ghost Town

02:13 min | 5 months ago

The Disappearance Of Girly Chew Hossencofft

"Nine girly. Chew hodgson coughed failed to show up at the bank where she worked as a teller. Her co workers immediately became concerned about her welfare and reported her missing only ten minutes later. Investigators searched girl's apartment and discovered evidence of a violent struggle including pools of blood that someone attempted to clean up with bleach testing later determined that the blood and the apartment was from girly her estranged husband and a third identified source. Today were talking about the disappearance of girly chew hostile and coughed and the absolute absolute insanity that surrounds her disappearance and murder. Honestly this episode. Has it all girly. Chew hossan coughed was born on august. Twenty seventh nineteen sixty three in malaysia. She would periodically come to the us to visit on one such visit in the early nineteen nineties. She met a doctor deanne dan. Hopefully someone will correct me on that. It is not a name. I've seen very often hossan coughed. At seaworld they began to talk than they kind of struck up a friendship. Writing letters to each other and eventually girly moved to the us and married him in nineteen ninety-two daisy. What's called daisy daesean. And gurley were married in one thousand. Nine hundred three and settled in albuquerque new mexico you know seemingly a modern love story in january nineteen ninety nine girly moved out of the couple's home and filed for divorce after domestic violence incident where dasy and had smashed cars windshield but twice threatened to kill her as well. She knew that he had been unfaithful previously. But she wasn't sure what he was capable of curly also made contact with an fbi agent. Who is serving her which opened up the floodgates to a whole bunch of information that she had no idea about. She was scared she was paranoid. She began taking karate lessons for self-defence girly told her co worker. That if anything happened to her anything at all to immediately contact authorities and ask them to investigate deion he was not the person she thought he was so who was jazzy in hossan

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"hossan" Discussed on True Consequences

True Consequences

04:37 min | 10 months ago

"hossan" Discussed on True Consequences

"The child that it would be best if she brought him the child immediately after birth to be raised by him. Pursuant to his instructions she flew from japan through mexico city. To wada's this was when the twenty four twenty five days old. She met with hossan coughed and they spent three nights together in a hotel. In what is and what is is just is very close to las cruces new mexico. It's like two hours two hours. Yeah maybe an hour and a half. Yeah yeah so. They spent three nights in the hotel. She described those three nights as being very traumatic with a lot of crying. She noted that hodgson coughed have repeatedly promised to explain everything to her when she brought him the child including explanations as to why he had been so secretive during their relationship and as to why he could not marry her. Despite these promises she learned nothing new during these three days and at the conclusion of the three days hong kong took the child and she has never had any contact whatsoever from hossan cough since that time when they parted hasselhoff told her that she would not try to contact him. She should not try to contact him since he planned to leaving new mexico in the very near future. She repeated that she voluntarily gave the child tossing noted that she was heavily influenced by his assertion that the child had inherited certain genetic factors which would place the child in danger if it did not receive proper medical care because she had virtually no contact with hossan cuff since he took the child. She does not know what he named the child or anything about the child current status. She further explained that because she was so ashamed shamed of her circumstances after she gave her child hossan coughed. She decided she could not return to japan instead. She traveled to southern part of mexico where she obtained work in oaxaca. While working in the city she met and established a relationship with blank who is a retired professor and in early nineteen ninety eight..

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AI and New Tech in Orthopedics

The Voice of Healthcare

07:05 min | 1 year ago

AI and New Tech in Orthopedics

"Phoenix surgeon. The Nice thing about incorporating technology into our work today is that there's many different facets we can utilize it one area that I would say in regards to reduce provisions that we talked about is how do we make our practices. Smarter Redo His from Radiology Perspective. So I definitely use. Ai and clever was some individuals to look at media graphs not just that the hip and knee which we look specifically but other areas around it but also using a. I the diagnosed utilize ai to identify implants which we can't do as well with the human eye. An area of interest for myself and Thurston is infections and so we're using technology tech infections earlier because we know that earlier detection is earlier treatment which is outcome for patients. So this is done with sensors. Sometimes you the placement skin placed inside intense themselves and when it comes to technology another area that I'm interested in investigating is when do implants fail so when we look at technology today when I can tell implants? Failing my biggest indicator is a patient coming in with pain after getting an implant placed in. It's not a very sensitive indicator by far so people are developing who we call smart implants where you're putting in technology into implants themselves that can detect these problems of loosening beforehand. So we can utilize those regular everyday practices. Hossan M I. I couldn't agree with you more. I think the The future really is in technology and algae via from numerous ways You know the I think the idea of implantable smart. Implants has has huge potential. Identifying you can start off the bio mechanics. Amazing why they fail. You also can monitor patients much better. We're going to be doing much of our Care has to be much more cost. Effective way to be a monitor them from afar That would be far superior. We can identify patients who need more. You would know much more about this than I do. Because you're the infection grew as here but I could imagine implants that someday. We'll be able to pick up infections before we know they're infected. Maybe self diagnosing type implants also if you look at it. There's some areas that that are so fundamental if you think of what we lack in and there's such a need for technology were just beginning to scratch the surface on that we don't balance a knee until maybe more the last five years any differently than John. Insult did it thirty years ago. It's I think this is good. And we don't know what we think is bounced stays the same balanced two months later two years later which patients loosen which patients don't loosen. We don't we haven't had objected ways. I think with the sensor technology with robotics we will gain insight to know how we should treat various different patients and really go to individualizing the patient. And then you begin to say using the data that we are deriving could derives law all these technology. This is torsten and I think I agree with both of you guys and and I think Antonio spot on if you look at the use of I in in healthcare. I think the area that we're most advanced is the imaging area. They are advanced algorithms available. That disappoint even read at an accuracy that succeeds ever trade yards. So I think this is a huge area. If an orthopedic surgeon that uses x Ray every day to follow patients to diagnose patients determine their readiness for surgery to say that. Hey we're reaching this point where you probably going to be candidate for for total joint replacement and you can incorporate dad on the Tele Medicine Platform. You can get x-rays anywhere and I read it and then refers the patient A personal interest of mine where I use. Ai and machine learning is in predicting outcomes We have been for the past three years. I've been working on projects trying to predict length of stay cost overrun in a in a bundled episode Predicting adverse events such as readmission Divas it's Or DISCHARGE DISPOSITION. The challenges there. Is You machine? Learning models depend on the accuracy of the data that you feed into the model also accurate coding and ended event trade for this especially orthopaedics. Elective surgery is fairly small. So you need large numbers to get. Akron models But I think that that has a tremendous Opportunity in that area when it comes to a If you talk about technology and orthopedics and I don't think I think Steve mentioned going as like I think one area that we really have come a long way and that we're making rapid improvements. It's using robotics sensors. I I to balance the using robotics to do the cops. Think these areas Extremely fast growing areas with companies diving into it and rapidly releasing new technologies reducing revisions conference. We talk a lot about this kind of edge of the circle research. The things that you all just mentioned and what you're excited about what you discussed. What would you say to those listening? patients providers technicians. Do you think is the most tangible rate Just right on the circle of we'RE GONNA. This thing is about to be across the country and available in all markets. Why are you excited about that? Particular piece of technology. I think what is middle available at this point in most of the hospitals I would say the market penetration close to fifty sixty percent. Now is some type of robotic technology or navigation technology. It's available implant placement. I think that that is something that patients can have a conversation with the provider about the benefits and risk without. But that is Fandy. Well penetrated an orthopedic market. And then if you if you go and shift to value based environment and look at what is available there. Several companies smaller companies platforms that offer. Ai Technologies or communication technologies to provide us to interact with patients and that goes as far as as using tell them visits and Ritual follow ups and I think Dole Todd technologies that in my opinion they bay exciting something that comes in handy during this code nineteen crisis as

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White Nationalism in the White House: Katie McHugh Kept Receipts

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

08:28 min | 1 year ago

White Nationalism in the White House: Katie McHugh Kept Receipts

"It's no secret that members of the trump administration up to and including trump himself are parroting the views of white nationalist and white extremist groups. These organizations are tied into outright media outlets like Breitbart and others where they spread this propaganda to the masses. We're going to try something a little different today. I'll be joined by a guest. Co Host. Hossan Ahmad is an immigration attorney and anti white nationalist activist from Virginia. Hossan has been deeply involved in obtaining the archived writings of John. Panton one of the men. Behind the current white nationalist movement in America Hossan connected me to Katie McHugh. Katie is a former white nationalist. Who has renounced her views in his working. Hard to undo the damage. She did when she held them. She's a former staffer for Breitbart and other alt-right media where she was in constant correspondence with Stephen Miller at the trump white house. She's exposed those emails and the deep ties of Miller into the white nationalist movement in America voice box he's overlap between trump's message white nationalist ideology he has shown us that the majority of Americans support are sort of message. You know what yeah make. America great again fell the wall. Pick these people out. This is my country. This this all belongs to me. Trump demurred when asked whether he'd condemned supportive comments from former Ku Klux Klan. Leader David Duke. I have to look at the group I mean. I don't know what group you're talking about. You wouldn't want me to condemn a group that I know. The person is dead and nineteen injured after a speeding vehicle drove into a group of protesters. Your leader downtown Charlottesville very fine people on both sides so we just got a new batch of emails from Breitbart reporter Katya Q. The Southern Poverty Law Center has made public excerpts of emails sent by White House. Senior adviser. Stephen Miller was a key figure shaping immigration policy or president trump the email messages for fifty thousand sixteen. Show Miller support white nationalist website and ideologies. My name is Katie mccue. I've exposed eight far-right extremists in the past fifteen months by working with civil rights groups and legendary nonprofits. I'm very excited now. In the stage of my life to help the most vulnerable in society including people of Color immigrants those who practice Islamic faith and those who this car presidential administration opposes the mouse and seeks to punish through use of authoritarian policies. Sorry Not Sorry so katy you spent a bit of time in the alright. What is the difference if you can explain to US between the alright a white supremacy and white nationalism? What are some of the core beliefs that you're aware of as part of this movement? Well I can say I think we should begin with aristotle here. I don't want to sound pretentious but everything is on a trajectory this is also just basic calculus so one of the things. Aristotle spoke about was habit and one thing you witness with the outright because the media treated them as a truly humorous force that's just online and it's backing Donald Trump and it's young people. The fact is everything that they said. Ironically I'm making air quotes eventually became ironic so whenever people thought they were quote unquote trolling about saying the nineteenth amendment should be repealed and you had white supremacist media figure. Richard Spencer eventually meeting. No I don't believe women should have the right to vote all these memes and things you see on twitter and the way that these mobs were organized so much so that they became. It was almost like blunt force trauma when it came to harassment for media figures. They were not joking. And in the case too with someone like Stephen Miller who's one of the most powerful people in the US government especially when it comes to people who are not white. So who is Stephen Miller? And why is it so important that we understand his thinking? Stephen Miller is one of the closest advisers to president trump. He is the architect of trump's immigration policy and also has the president's ear on foreign policy matters. Stephen Miller for his entire career had anti immigrant. Leanings for some people philly with the alright because it's an amorphous group and doesn't have a membership roll with you. Know I mean. They viewed on white people and people who practice the Islamic faith as not only dangerous individuals but an existential threat to the country. And this does tie into eugenics which unfortunately America has a very dark history with eugenics Ray Science and a history which John drew from and help shape the anti immigrant agenda that has sought renewed energy from the emergence of the outright and renewed energy from the trump campaign and which we now see the full force turned against the most desperate vulnerable people in the world for punish purely because of their country of origin their ethnicity in the face that they practice kitty. You seem so articulate and passionate and human and when we paint these pictures are head of the other side we sort of create these villains. I think I WANNA be respectful for your privacy and safety but I was wondering if you could talk a little bit about how you got caught up in the movement so that we can have a better understanding as to how other people get caught up in the movement. Thank you for asking that because I think that everyone's path is different but buying could help explain some of the groundwork for other young people currently trapped in this. Who Don't quite know how to get out. The outright on the far-right are very much like a gang. You know there's a no snitching policy and I think that many many young people especially let's say trump does not win reelection in twenty twenty this year. A lot of young people are going to wonder. How do I get out of this? And how do I reconnect with other people again and have a healthy loving life full of good friendships? Good connections across backgrounds. So I will just say that I'm from Pennsylvania regular conservative town and I was raised like I think the joke is. You're born a lapsed Catholic. So that was my upbringing. Regular childhood must very nerdy was constantly reading and I was politically inclined. People always talk about two thousand four election. People were very excited about George W Bush. Because it's a Red County and two thousand eight of course with the banking crisis. Things got much more serious and of course the Iraq war still going on so I was chatting with one of my best friends. Her Dad and I was regular Republican fully supporting the Iraq war in in the war in Afghanistan and he said well. Why don't you read this person named Joe So brand? Joseph O'Brien was a former senior editor for national review. He was fired by William F Buckley because he could not control his anti-semitism. I ate him alive. Almost like a neurological virus and I'm eighteen. I had never met someone of poop practice. Jewish faith Jewish background nothing. I didn't understand anti-semitism and I was reading the Essay. That was recommended to me. Call the reluctant anarchists sing. How all government is evil in the constitution has already been so violated. We just need to go back to something. Like pre articles of confederation. Okay this is very important to understand. Is that there is a serious libertarian. Too Far right pipeline very serious and the far right of course is just steeped in. Eugenics steepen utterly discredited on Justifiable Race

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"hossan" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"hossan" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Senior advisor to president hossan rohani's saying america's claim to negotiate without preconditions is unacceptable while threats of sanctions continue they say that to then sanctions and war are part of the same coin as they put it additional u._s. sanctions on iran are expected to be announced today secretary of state mike pompeo met with saudi arabia's leaders today in an attempt to gain support for an international coalition against iran he spoke to reporters before he flew to the middle east africa to ensure that their capacity not only to grow their economy but to made sanctions becomes more and more difficult than it'll be important addition to our capacity to enforce sanctions against iran the position is won control of turkey's largest city for the first time in twenty five years in a repeat election the mayoral candidate in istanbul supported by president reject type air on again went down to defeat by the opposition candidate investigators are still at the scene of fatal skydiving plane crash in ah who a wii everyone on board the twin engined plane was killed when it crashed just after takeoff friday the d._s._p.'s jennifer holliday is on the scene this morning and sand local officials have confirmed eleven fatalities in this accident and again i'll just repeat that this is the deadliest accident in the u._s. involving a civil airplane since two thousand eleven democrat presidential candidate and senator bernie sanders is going to introduce a bill today to cancel one point six trillion dollars of undergraduate and graduate student loan debt it would provide relief for about forty five million people i'm christopher cruise youth fading is a serious problem one issue.

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"hossan" Discussed on This Week in Computer Hardware

This Week in Computer Hardware

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"hossan" Discussed on This Week in Computer Hardware

"And I'm setting this up just to be particularly cruel, you know. And his Krino, nice people. It is L it'd be hurt by your words. Some of whom we know personally. But right. So we got Intel's eighteen courtship. And so some geek bench numbers keep inch four numbers show up, and I'm going to kind of stick closely to the WC, CF tech article which Hossan Bush top wrote, which highly recommend you go and read in detail because it's an awesome story. And I'm grateful for him to bring it to our tension. But man. So geek bench for Amdi Myrtle. That's that's Amdi is internal test platform named thirty three gigabytes, DDR four running at forty one hundred megahertz quote the exact clock. Speeds, the chips, not being reported since the base frequency is mentioned as three point three gigahertz and four point three gigahertz compared to the final specs of three point five gigahertz and four point seven gigahertz for base boost clocks, so we don't know what the deal is. But we do know that the only AM for chip with a sixteen core. Thirty two hundred configuration. Is the thirty nine fifty x? So this is technically running slower than what should be the factory clocks, those numbers are single score. Number fifty eight sixty eight multi-core number of sixty one thousand seventy two that sounds fantastic with benchmarks in a vacuum without comparison are useless. So let's put that into perspective arise in thread, ripper twenty nine fifty x gets round forty eight hundred points in single and thirty eight thousand points in multi tests on average so thousand points higher in single score about twenty percents and somewhere in the neighborhood of I don't know thirty five forty five percent higher in multi-core the red thread. The thread river is sixteen cores cost eight hundred ninety nine dollars..

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Hasan Minhaj talks about the struggles of having his name pronounced right

Ellen on the Go

02:55 min | 2 years ago

Hasan Minhaj talks about the struggles of having his name pronounced right

"We had this is a guy. I just love. I call him Assan Manashe. He claims that his name is Haas on Manhattan. I call them home. He he he hosted the White House correspondents dinner a couple of years ago. I think it was the first White House correspondents dinner when Trump was President Trump declined to attend, and he was brilliant. I I remember listening to it in the car, we were on the way to dinner with my with Emily my daughter, and we could knock it out of the car because he was outrageously funny, and pointed and smart, and it really liked those things he really blew up after that. He now has his own show on Netflix called Patriot Act and it's a series, and it's it's it's politically charged and also smart, and and really funny, and it was his first appearance on our show. And he he told that he confessed to us that it was the thing that his mom had hoped. He would do is get to be on the Ellen show. Yeah. But I really liked him a lot. Here's very likable, dude. Yeah. He's cool. Here's a clip of that. Nice to meet you. I'm a huge fan of you. Thank you Assan Manashe. Yes. No, really. My name is Husselmann hush. Oh, I wanna do this actually want to do this on national television. Please everyone that says your name says Hasan Moniz. Yeah. But the real way you pronounce it. And this is a big deal because my parents are here. It's Husselmann Hodge and people always mispronounce it. They're always like a scene Menasheh Hussein. I'm so sorry, I can't pronounce it. Meet my son Higgs wither throttled third. How do you pronounce house try it? All right. That's on mini ish. No, that's not how I appreciate people trying. I was actually I was doing CNN which is like, it's it's a international drama show where nine people yell at each other. And the host brought me out. He was like he was trying really hard. He was like breathing heavily. And he was just like give it up for how thin mean high. It was like he was casting a spell on me. And I'm just like. You don't have to say it again. So that people hear it again, hus-, cinnamon. Hush house men has. Yes is how yes look when I first started doing comedy people like you should change your name. And I'm like, I'm not going to change my name if you can pronounce Ansel Elgort you can pronounce it doesn't actor named Ansel Elgort, and we all just walk around pronouncing completely normally. Yeah. Well, did generous was hard for people to get for a while. What did they do de generes or degenerate or like? Lots of other things you cited strong. Yeah. And now, it's too generous. But Hossan Menasheh Schmid so emphasis on the H S. And what do they do at Starbucks today at Starbucks? I just go by Timothy shell LeMay. Keep it simple. And they usually do it right with Timothy with to ease.

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"hossan" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"hossan" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

"It's I was talking to my editor a couple of weeks ago on the phones. And and why can we tell people out of written a book there? I I they say, you, you you like are you sure you wrote it like you didn't have ghostwriters like with our because most authors don't write books. I get offended offended by you know, the pointing of the question like, are, you sure you wrote this? It's like normal 'cause most people right? So yeah, it's even really established writers folks would be how many of them utilize an extra writer. Yeah. Kind of put their names on it. So that that always apprised me when I learned that about the the book industry. So how about on that subject? Do you have a maybe three topics that you would recommend folks? Read what's on your. On leadership. I was just sorry. The leadership edge. I was actually just have the conversation with somebody about that today. Fantastic leadership just to boil it down in show. It's about that point sports of leaders, creating leaders within the company, and the author of the book Tichy, reviewed all the interview Seal's biggest companies in the country, and and he found this common shred that that the reason why they were so great because they have a atmosphere where they Auster and develop new leaders. So that's a book highly recommend on leadership by Gardner. That's another book I recommend as well. And I think those are the lessons books are really dive into. Oh, you know, what the not sure pronounce the title, right? But the red key revolution. Actually, what do you mind, Jordan Kemper? He just wrote that book the red key revolution. And it's amazing book on. On how to gain access to your goals. So sounds like a weird weird phrasing. But how to gain access you talk about the red is red key that we all have to gain access to that the goals that we have in like in most of us, don't utilize those keys. So that's why we don't we don't gain access to the things that we want to gain access to it's fantastic book super well, ready. So I recommend Hossan and your book. Oh, yeah. In my book, absolutely. Typical you're so selflessly. Like, no, I didn't mention my book at all. My book a highly recommended it, you know, the super spatial book the way I tried to write it. I try to write it like like a lot of the military books where it's it's super mission. Focus tried to write it. As jury story. I talk about you know, advocate being rich and athletes in the Bronx, all of these different things. Now, I had to defy the odds gets wear at today's..

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"hossan" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

06:48 min | 2 years ago

"hossan" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"I wanted the guy who found this story, and is followed it and has all the information to tell you Luke welcome to the program. Thanks for having me. So let's talk about the docs seeing. Now, this is this is the letter that we all kind of wondered who released about cavenaugh saying that Cavanaugh raped me and all that. Is that the same letter? No, it's actually a guy who during the confirmation hearing see win on Wikipedia and posted personal addresses and phone numbers of all the Republican senators on the judiciary committee. Okay. And. You found out that he has an awful lot of information because he was working where he was working for at one point for Dianne Feinstein and later for Senator Maggie Hossan of New Hampshire as an IT guy. And so here's what happens from the beginning. This is a rich really rich. He's a social he's the classic Bernie Brown. He's a socialist now, but he grew up as the son of a CEO. And when a California's biggest companies guys, a big Feinstein donor. He built a he built a university building named after find Feinstein's husband. He's literally the chairman at the San Francisco chamber of commerce his daddy's a really well-connected guy. So he gets his internship with Dianne Feinstein, you guys ever become an IT guy for housing, and he uses his powers as an IT guy to start downloading all the senate's information, really sensitive stuff. Like what when you say. Stuff like what? Well, yeah. The the the judge won't let me be in court to hear it because he says it's too sensitive for the American public to know what was taken. But that this is bad. This is worse than anyone knew. So basically, what happened is he gets fired first Senator Hassans office for reasons that she refuses to divulge. Oh, by the way, this is a spelling when he was first hired. So may Maggie hires a felon and gives them the keys to the Oliver servers. Oh my gosh. And then he does something bad again. We don't know what. 'cause you won't say and he's fired. And so then the eminent Sheila jackson-lee over in the house hires this guy, even though he's just been fired. And he's also a felon. How is this happening? How is this happening? So now, we're up to the confirmation hearings of Kevin I'm dying Feinstein is architect. This whole plot on capitol with the Blasi for that, you mentioned, etc. Lot of dirty tricks foot, and what you know. There's Feinstein acolyte goes in and uses the data that he had access to as an IT guy to get all the information about senators personal lives, and expose it where people could hunt them down and harm them. And do whatever I mean, this was a really heated time during those confirmation hearings. And so the problem is he snuck back into Maggie Hassans office which had fired him to get to log onto their servers and download all this information. And they caught him in the act, and he said, well, you know, I have everything already. I've got your g mail. I've got your signal encrypted chats. I've got all the information about the senators kids if you tell anyone I'm gonna release all of that. And so he starts black. Mailing democratic Senator Maggie Henderson. So this is a bad bad, dude. Who had actress to everything is legit blackmailer hasn't the guy that he tried to blackmail. He didn't give in he called the cops anyway and the cops arrested him, and there was like literally one day of news stories about this in the Washington Post and the New York Times and so fast forward a little bit. And you're in court, and I'm the only reporter who bothers to show up because I thought during twenty sixteen the Democrats are really cared about political hacking. It turns out that they don't they dropped this news story after one second because it was a democratic guy. And so it turns out that he wasn't bluffing. When he said, I have everything I've already got all the information. He wasn't kidding. He has everything. So now, the prosecutors are saying this is so bad. It's worse than we originally new. It's so bad. We can't even discuss it in court. And yet the looks like now, they're they're going to settle and this could be sealed. Yeah. I mean, there's really no basis as far as what I can understand for kicking me out of court. They let his mom states. It's you'd think with the sensational stuff that we just went through. You would think that at least one reporter from a mainstream news organization might think this is news worthy. But that's not the case. It's literally just been me and his mom at each court date. And so let the mom's day they kicked me out for no for no good reason. Other than dying Feinstein is beheaded the judiciary committee, which oversees all the federal courts she's been hired this guy. His dad is you know, big donor and highly connected political guy in California. And so now American never gets to find out the extent of this frightening national security, breach this hack on the Senate. And so they use his money to get him out. And it's so funny because he's a skinny. Little white kitten. He was freaking out about being in DC jail general population. And they said that openly in court, you gotta get him out of gen pop. He'll do anything to get out. Please judge. And so they bring the money in. And they said we've got teams that psychologists we'll pay for the finest care. And so they get him out of jail. Even though the judge the prosecutor was saying look after we apprehended this guy. He was blackmailing us in saying if you don't let me out of jail and drop all the charges I'm gonna release all the data that that's obstruction of Justice right there. This is a flight risk. This guy is a bad, dude. You can't let it be out in society, and they use connections in his money to let him out the seal the proceedings, and now it looks like they're gonna do a plea deal with him. This is phenomenal to me. But it it gets worse than this. You have a new book that is coming out of -struction of Justice. And this book is the is a story that we covered through you. You were the only one really doing this. And and connecting the dots. You've put it together in a book, and everyone should read it. But. It's so frustrating because nothing was done. And when when Joe Lieberman was on just a few minutes ago and said, you know, I think the Democrats are afraid, yes, they are afraid and the Republicans may be afraid to but of whom will go into that. With Luke Rosiak just in just a second. Again. His name of his book.

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"hossan" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:48 min | 2 years ago

"hossan" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"I wanted the guy who found this story, and is followed it and has all the information to tell you Luke welcome to the program. Thanks. So let's talk about the dachshund. Now, this is this is the letter that we all kind of wondered who released about cavenaugh saying that cavenaugh raped me and all that. Is that the same letter? No, it's actually a guy who during the confirmation hearing see win on Wikipedia and posted the personal addresses and phone numbers of all the Republican senators on the judiciary committee, okay? And. You found out that he has an awful lot of information because he was working where he was working for at one point for Dianne Feinstein later for Senator Maggie Hossan of New Hampshire as an IT guy. And so here's what happens from the beginning. This is a rich really rich. He he's a social he's the classic Bernie Brown. He's a socialist now, but he grew up as the son of a CEO. And when a California's biggest companies guys, a big Feinstein donor. He built a he built a university building named after Feinstein's husband. He's literally the chairman of the San Francisco chamber of commerce is daddy's a really well-connected guy. So he gets this internship with Dianne Feinstein, you guys ever become an IT guy for housing, and he uses his powers as an IT guy to start downloading all the senate's information, really sensitive stuff. Like like what when you say censored? Stuff like what? Well, yeah. The judge won't let me be in court to hear it because he says it's too sensitive for the American public to know what was taken. But that this is bad. This is worse than anyone knew. So basically, what happened is he gets fired first Senator Hassans office for reasons that she refuses to divulge. Oh, by the way. This is a felon when he was first hired. So may Maggie has hires a Stellan and gives them the keys to the Oliver servers. Oh my gosh. And then he does something bad again. We don't know what. 'cause she won't say and he's fired. And so then the eminent Sheila jackson-lee over in the house hires this guy, even though he's just been fired. And he's also felon. How is this happening? How is this happening? So now, we're up to the confirmation hearings of Kevin on dying Feinstein is architect doing this whole plot on cavenaugh with the Blasi for that, you mentioned, etc. Lot of dirty tricks foot, and what you know. There's Feinstein acolyte goes in and uses the data that he had access to as an IT guy to get all the information about senators personal lives, and expose it where people could hunt them down and harm them. And do whatever I mean, this was a really heated time during those confirmation hearings. And so the problem is he snuck back into Maggie Hassans office which had fired him to get to log onto their servers and download all this information. And they caught. Them in the act, and he said, well, you know, I have everything already. I've got your g mail. I've got your signal encrypted chats. I've got all the information about the senators kids if you tell anyone I'm gonna release all of that. And so he starts blackmailing democratic Senator Maggie Hessen. So this is a bad bad dude who had access to everything is legit blackmailer hasn't the the guy that he tried to blackmail. He didn't give he called the cops anyway and the cops arrested him, and there was literally one day of news stories about this in the Washington Post, the New York Times and so fast forward a little bit. And you're in court, and I'm the only reporter who bothers to show up because I thought during twenty sixteen the Democrats really cared about political hacking. It turns out that they don't they drop. This this news story after one second because it was a democratic guy. And so it turns out that he wasn't bluffing. When he said, I have everything I've already got all the information. He wasn't kidding. He has everything. So now, the prosecutors are saying this is. Is so bad. It's worse than we originally new. It's so bad. We can't even discuss it in court. And yet the looks like now, they're they're going to settle and this could be sealed. Yeah. I mean, so there's really no basis as far as what I can understand for kicking me out of court. They let his mom states. Are it's you'd think with the sensational stuff that we just went through. You would think that at least one reporter from a mainstream news organization might think this is news worthy. But that's not the case. It's literally just been me and his mom at each court date and to let the mom's day, they kicked me out for no for no good reason. Other than dying Feinstein is the head of the judiciary committee, which oversees all the federal courts. She's the guy that hired this guy. His dad is you know, big donor and the highly connected political guy in California. And so now, you know American never gets to find out the extent of this frightening national security, breach this hack on the Senate and said they use his money to get him out. And it's so funny because he's a skinny. Little white kitten. He was freaking out about being in DC jail general population. And they said that openly in court, you gotta get him out of gen pop. He'll do anything to get out. Please judge. And so they bring the money in. And they said we've got teams that psychologists we'll pay for the finest care. And so they get him out of jail. Even though the judge the prosecutor was saying look after we apprehended this guy. He was blackmailing us and saying if you don't let me out of jail and drop all the charges, I'm gonna release all the data that that's structured of Justice right there. This is a flight risk. This guy is a bad, dude. You can't let it be out in society, and they use connections in his money to let him out they seal the proceedings, and that looks like they're going to do a plea deal with him. This is phenomenal to me. But it gets worse than this. You have a new book that is coming out obstruction of Justice. And this book is is a story that we covered through you. You were the only one really doing this. And and connecting the dots. You've put it together in a book, and everyone should read it. But. It's so frustrating because nothing was done. And when when Joe Lieberman was on just a few minutes ago and said, you know, I think the Democrats are afraid, yes, they are afraid and the Republicans may be afraid to. But of whom we'll go into that. With Luke Rosiak just in just a second. Again. His name of his book.

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"hossan" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"hossan" Discussed on AM Joy

"Was an alleged hoax, and then he tweeted against him when it when it came out the reason why so many people were so quick to believe jussie smollet, and what he said and his his version of events before they all unraveled because that man who you just played feeds into and actually Stokes the atmosphere of menace, and insecurity that millions of Americans feel across this country. Whether they are people of color LGBTQ transpeople immigrants dreamers. You just go down the list. There are people in this country who every day feel that they're. Very existence their own security is at stake. And so, you know, the president super Pac right wingers, far right conservatives who are using the Justice Millette situation to rhetorically bash people who are afraid for their for their own existence in their own lives. You know is really despicable. And as we are talking about this. And as that story was unraveling on Friday, all of us awoke to the story of Hossan that the guy at the coast guard, the self-proclaimed white supremacists. Who had a cache of weapons you talked about it at the top of the show joy had a cache of weapons and Eliza politicians journalists he wanted to target and to kill this is what we're talking about. This is what I'm talking about. When I mentioned the atmosphere of minutes. We're not making this stuff up that man, right? There was targeting America's if he had been successful. It would have been one of the more horrific moments in. American history. And this is the second time joy, we're talking about a white supremacist targeting politicians and journalists and forget what happened. Late last year when that person who was in of vowed follower supporter of President Trump was thwarted in his pipebombs that were actually delivered through the US mail. So this is a very real thing. No matter what Ann Coulter wants Americans do believe just worry a little. During just gonna say all of that is absolutely true. This kind of hatred is real I just worry that sometimes we're taught to make it our defining trait. I mean, certainly I'm not talking about being killed or something like that. But the idea that somebody express bigotry against you should not become what are races or what a what an individual is that just worries me a little bit. Yeah. But it would also worries me I have to say John is. People in the right? Get very offended when someone tie ties a Lieutenant Hossan to Trumpism even though he's saying polka Warren, even though he's using Trump is tropes and going after people he sees as Trump's enemies people get very offended if you say, but wait that is connected to Trump's rhetoric, but you now have people on the far, right? Trying to say that comma Harris because because Jesse smell it's made in mother's maiden. Name was Harris is his aunt or trying to say that she introduced the anti lynching Bill as a setup to be involved in deep conspiracy to stage the Justice mullet..

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"hossan" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

11:22 min | 2 years ago

"hossan" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Know, a lot of. I was looking at some of the attitudes about the Jesse smaller case doesn't smell a case in everybody's saying. Well, you know, this whole Chisholm scaring, the real problem. Yeah. The real problem is that we are now using victimhood as a currency. I warned about that for some time. I talked about that those have been my words on this show. And you know, they're saying, well, there's a real threat that we're ignoring here. And they're they're saying, where's the media furor over real life racist? Christopher Paul has Sonnen Roger stone. I was reading that in the nation today being well, yeah. People are talking about Roger stone, Chris Paul hostile. And what's interesting is is that Roger stone? We all know about him. But his Hossan guy, he was going to attack all of these liberals, you know, he's gonna shoot John Lennon. I'm not John Lennon. Sorry, Don lemon. He's gonna shoot that was a Freudian slip. He was gonna shoot Don lemon. He's gonna shoot Cuomo. He's gonna shoot all these guys at CNN. And I'm not I'm not saying that we should ignore this. I mean, this is a horrible thing. But what I'm saying is isn't it ironic that when all these narratives? Lose. They're trying to push on us. This this these narratives have fallen apart. There's always one more narrative to say, they're bad people. And and that's why you know, here's the headline. I got for the nation. The obsession with Jesse small. It's hoaxes obscuring the real threat of racist violence, where's the media pure over rely racist like Christopher policy and Roger stone? There is a Fuhrer. It's this whiny. What about this? What about this? Or what about know? How about all of it? How about all the gas lighting, and the nonsense that we're having to be fed and all of the other stories we were told existed or that have happened that really seemed to have no clue. Totally confusion. They can fuse everybody. And they're wondering why conspiracy theories are being spun? Go to Matt in Oregon. Hi, Matt you're on ground zero. In my daughter. We wanted to say hip backdate. Thank you. Yeah. He is my birthday. Okay. Thank you so much. I appreciate that. Thank you. Hugh, sweet how old is she? She's six years old. Oh, that's awesome. Yeah. You're you're so man, you've been you've been teaching me with your show. Like, you know, I'm from Germany and. You, you know, a lot about Germany. All the navy's goes around here in the United States. I've been here for nineteen almost twenty years and. You know, all the things that happened before Trump what on the times worse and in this role. You know situations that that the people are, you know, it's just what they, you know, they have to be some positive, positively. You know to lighten up the darkness, you know. And and you you sir, do that. And I love that you not taking no sites. You're just yourself. Well, what I wanna do is. I want to try as I say, I wanna talk honesty here. And look, honestly speaking what is going on here is that we cannot deter from the fact. Jussie smollet did was he took advantage of the public trust? And I heard from the Chicago police departments. I hear from other groups they're saying this should not stand. And I think they should prosecute him. The fullest extent of the law, and you get all these other people these like the nation, which of course, I read because they're they're very very. Very left wing. I read it, and I say to myself, no, one is ignoring these other cases. But the trouble is is that okay? You want us to focus on that. But what we the reason why you want us to focus on that is because we want to you want us to ignore the fact that what he did was wrong. You want us to ignore the fact that it doesn't fit your narrative that this is the way Donald Trump is even though they won't say anything about Donald Trump trying to make you legal anyone who harms or murders a gay person outside of the United States. And I'm sure that they're going to be Lahser to change here too. And I've never I've never heard anybody talk about it. I've never heard anybody say anything about only they talk about is that. Well, I mean, you got what's her name? The girl was in Juno page. She goes on Colbert show. She cries, this is why it happens. This is why because Mike Pence and Donald Trump. That's is why it's happening and Trump's American I'm going, but you're reacting to something that hasn't been proven yet. It doesn't it doesn't seem. It doesn't set in that. You know, we need to stop being reactionary. True true. So thank you so much for calling in. And I really appreciate it your way, welcome. You also meant we love you keep on going and. We love you, man. Stay stay how you are equally. Thank you me with this. The online Gooden shouldn't good knock. Yes. Above. All right. Bye. Bye. Tony and New Hampshire you're on ground zero. Tony New Hampshire you're on ground zero. There. You are you're on go ahead. Turn your radio down. Thanks for taking my call quite happy birthday. Thank you. I just wanna say I'm going to be fifty five and April killer same age. So get ready. You have to order off the back side of the Denny's menu. I've found out today. Go ahead. What the guy that called earlier about the black people? Whatever what I what I was twenty years old. I made I move from the seacoast town to the city of Portland. And I ended up making a mistake getting involved with a lotta girl probably. Mixed race girl. Okay. Stat while they were, you know, whatever. Whatever story you had a bad one up you they were they were mean they were hateful. They her brother attack one time. Bathtub right, filer attack another time. Because all he did was go to go. See my daughter. And he came in the door. I was standing in the doorway, right? When he opened up the door. Windmill would be trying to beg my head off the cabinets. So I went with him. And I could hear yelling at me. And I. In the back of mine lesson. Tony. Then I had my dad's gun my rent. So I can be wide at home to new market. Call the police. Wanted to reported assault said no, fortunately, he's already giant to your at. Right now has a restraining order on you. So they drove me out of my daughter's life. Storage short after she got to be eight years old. Her mother was so heavy into crack that I ended up getting custody my daughter, but Tony Tony Tony that I was I was ousted out of that situation. I got what I read it. That would okay. My life. Tony listening. Tony, Tony listen to me a minute. Okay. I know this happened to you. Oh, I know this happened to you. And I know it's painful, I had some very horrible situations happen with my with my second marriage. Okay. Didn't last more than seven months, and I had some of the same problems. You did. But here's the deal domestic problems happen in any family black or white, even if it's mixed. Attacked by a black family. Being attacked by a white family. I married to a white girl after that. And that didn't work out. No. And. So I only agree with you. It happens. Whatever it is. Tony the anger. Embiid CEO hateful. They thought they own. Because of the the white man owed them, they just. Why would you? Okay. Why would you to get into a relationship with someone who feels that way about white people? I mean, I know I was only winner for a year. And then I. I went there because I came home from work. She's so appalled at me. Because she was she was going on all up. He was gone with a cousin. Then we gotta go out and get some cold get all freaked out. And I was saying. I want you to stay home. Called. I then called by Taylor. And my brother is why my mother my father would there be right back. All my stuff up. Men all of the. Me back home. Well, see, I don't believe. Much later. She she tracks me down, right? Dell pregnant she was wandering around me with the code deal is okay. But how do you know? It was my head. So here's the thing. I want to ask you a question. You say, okay. I know I know I'm listening to I hear you. I hear you had a horrible. As it was. Reverse prejudice. Okay. Here's the deal. Here's the problem. This is an issue. This is an issue of marital problems is an issue with a couple problem. And the thing is is if they started pulling race card on you, then they had the problem, and you have to get out of that problem. And I don't know. I don't know. How a won't. Okay. Okay. You got all your life. But that doesn't make that doesn't make it the general rule within any family. It doesn't make a general with black individuals who general all upset it happened to.

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"hossan" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"hossan" Discussed on KCRW

"I disagree with a line of thinking here. I absolutely think that they are white supremacists in the military. But I think that the military is a reflection of our society as a whole and in the case of of Lieutenant Hossan, we don't know enough yet to draw any lines between his service, and and whether it predisposed him to to what he is alleged to have done, but he doesn't have seem to have seen anything, you know, like combat, and we don't even know if he was in combat arms. Combat arms, professionally in the military. He could have been a desk jockey his whole life. So I want listeners to be really careful draw lines. It's tempting, but I don't think we know enough yet to say that right? Why do I definitely know that? And I I don't mean to be disrespectful and saying that, but you know, there there is a major problem with military prices. And that goes on checked and you're right. So we we don't know what does he believe swore before entering the military. We certainly don't know if he was gonna combat arms out during the Marine Corps, regardless folks when list and go through military training are taught how to kill and those skills stay with him throughout life. I've been getting messages all day from other veterans who are really glad that people are talking about this lightly because it is something that I think a lot of civilians ultimately gloss over it's just operating, right? It's just comforting to think that you know, our veterans who revere some of them have extremely violent beliefs. The s report did warn that right wing groups were recruiting veterans and has said something similar, but that report, I guess had was shelved at the time because it was a big outcry over it. We it is very very uncomfortable for us to consider that, you know, folks, the military who are supposed to be our best and brightest and many of them are I think most folks in the military really are the best our country has to offer. But there's a lot of folks who are not and and kind of use his training down the road to do things that are against everything we stand for right? And I guess the most obvious an extreme example of that would be the nineteen ninety-five Oklahoma City bombing. That's right. I'm thinking today. Yeah. He was a former soldier you also have Lee Harvey Oswald who committed assassinate JFK, but you know, Morrison examples last year there was a veteran who shot up the veteran home killed three healthcare workers there. Another marine veteran killed toll people in a nightclub. I mean, these these are things that happen more often than we would like to we care to admit. But when they do pop up, it seems like they had a very very. Short shelf life. The news cycle. And just in this particular case. So I guess his public hasn't poke defender is saying that look it's not a she said, it's not crime to think negative thoughts. It's not a crime to think doomsday scenario. So is it going to be tough for prosecutors to get this detention until trial that they're pushing for given the amount of evidence that we have right now. So he was arrested on relatively minor charges of a legal possession of weapons and drugs. And he has been a judge just recently within the last few hours granted his detention for another twelve or fourteen days during that time. The judge said.

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"hossan" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"hossan" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"W G O W Chattanooga. Charged with terrorism. Angry Chicago police by Mike Morris. Forty nine year old coast officer from Maryland has been charged with plotting a mass killing campaign against Democrats and journalists Pentagon correspondent Ryan Brown reports. He's charged with using his office computer, a court documents. He used his work computer to research, white supremacist groups and to compile a hitlist using a spreadsheet. Christopher Hossan has just made his first court appearance on the charges. He's accused of being a white nationalist the judge's order Hossan held while evidence is being review, I'm left hanging. My head and asking why Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson says empire actor jussie smollet paid two men to stage in attack on himself. And he says the motive was he wanted a bigger contract. Correspondent Jim Rupe on how police close the case at least able to use cameras throughout the city to follow forward after the incident and backward long before. The incident. The two men who allegedly helped at stage the attack eventually leading police to identify the two phone and social media records were also used and phone records show say police smollet talked with two men an hour before and an hour after the attack and while the two were out of the country small could get up to three years if convicted of filing a false report. Roger stone will soon face judge Amy Berman Jackson after having posted her picture and crosshairs on Instagram. Correspondent Kerris kinetic. Judge said, you know, you've got to come to court today. And we're going to talk about this. She's going to decide if he violated the terms of his bail. If he's violated, those terms which include not intimidating witnesses, not intimidating court officers or the judge, and that's going to be what he's going to have to face her answer questions about why did he post? This stone a longtime confidant of the president is charged with tampering obstruction and lying by the Muller. Russia.

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"hossan" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

06:11 min | 2 years ago

"hossan" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Careful what you do. And interestingly or coincidentally Elliot Abrams is now the special envoy of of the White House to Venezuela. Your assessment of this affair back. Then the impact it had on what was going on at the time. Terms of the war on the conscience. I'm not sure I can really speak to the historical impact. But of course, it, you know, it I think it helped lead to a settlement leading to the the elections in Nicaragua in nineteen ninety because. It was clearly. Impact on that. But I really couldn't speak further to that. But this whole issue of Eugene Hossan versus former marine mercenary shot down over Nicaragua. Then held by Nicaragua eventually released and his contact with the US government at the time. And now you raising this issue in your current peace around the arms shipment that was found going into Venezuela. Not clear exactly if there's a connection to the US government. But clearly the US government is very overtly supporting the attempted overthrow of Madero explicitly and these flights starting day after Medeiros inauguration on January tenth. Well, yes, there's a lot of these coincidental. Links in it's worth paying close attention to again. I I use coincidental. Only because we don't we don't really know. You know, other people point out to me that. There are many people that could be have a vested interest in this. Whether the arms were really aboard that plane, or is it possible that the this was something that was ginned up by the Venezuelan government to rally support from know? Just we haven't been able to determine for a fact that those weapons were loaded aboard that seven sixty seven in Miami. That somehow the past through the normally rigorous screening by TSA for air cargo. These are things that are just yet to be investigated, and has has the company answered the in terms of as you mentioned, they normally were not traveling to Venezuela and Colombia the forty flights what they were actually carrying or or are they saying that they just didn't know. Both in both have been very limited in what they've said other than denying that. They knew what the cargo was generally an air charter company would trust to the consignee of the of the free to handle any declarations. I believe and for its part GPS air said, well, you know, it it it doesn't know what was in the cargo and finally back to that issue of rendition there, you don't know exactly who this company was working for what you do have a record of is the company being involved with the US government during the President George W Bush years being involved with rendition and having clearance to land on any military base in the world. Can you explain what those renditions so-called what some called kidnappings were about? Well, basically, the renditions were to take suspect to terrorist suspects of following nine eleven four interrogation and black site jails scattered around the world there were a number of them in in. Eastern europe. I know there is one outside of Thailand. Elsewhere in these were used to to forcefully. Interrogate waterboard. Even suspects in the war against terror. So these rendition flights were commonly used in the period after nine eleven. Well, I wanna thank you so much for joining us. Tim Johnson McClatchy reporter who's been covering national security and technology issues since two thousand sixteen is recent article headlined Venezuela says plane from Miami delivered weapons for use by enemies of Maduro. Tim Johnson was part of a team that shared a two thousand seventeen Pulitzer prize for its investigation of the Panama papers earlier in his career. He spent two decades as a foreign correspondent in Asia and Latin America will link to your pace at democracy now dot org when we come back. None of the above the untold story of the Atlanta public schools cheating scandal, corporate, greed, and the criminalization of educators. Stay with us. Wisc before you. Okay. Scene. No such thing. Yeah. Top fire by Stephen stills..

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"hossan" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"hossan" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

"Helps companies solve business communication problems special her with regards to Hossan to go she -ation, and he teaches negotiation tactics to students at small places like Harvard or Georgetown, you places you've never heard of at any. Great. This is going to be a super super interesting conversation. Chris thanks so much for joining me who we appreciate it, man. It's absolutely my pleasure. You know? And and I, and I gotta say, you know, we said that we help people so problems. You know, what if you just want to raise the level of your gang in the? So you have to feel like you've got a problem. We'll take take you the next level up. I mean, this is quantum negotiations. Go. Yeah. What can imagine the training to get? You know, the the FBI has is probably fairly vanilla most to the experience comes from O J T, doesn't it? I mean, you gotta get out there and do this and get in front of people and learn how their minds are working, and what's going to motivate them to make a deal. Right. And also the big thing in in the negotiation training, the the real thing the shoe on a study something we we put on emphasis on teaching it. So I think one of our advantage is company is we've always been teachers. There's some really good stuff that good at teaching it. Right. It all Johnson's greatest basketball players that ever walked the face of the earth. And he couldn't coach right interesting. Because you know, he is hoping professional crews focused on performance not so much on coaching. So we coach teach an awful lot to. Well, that makes sense because you know, I mentioned well, we'll get into I want to get so much. We gotta talk about. But I imagine when you're working with the top CEO of a fortune five hundred company, and you're talking about this stuff about, you know, avoiding kidnappings, I mean, you really teaching them self awareness, and you know, basically situational self-awareness as you got to teach him those mental skills. So that you don't have to help them in case they kidnapped right? We don't do that anymore though. I mean, we teach hostage negotiation skills for business negotiation. Like, I'm not sure that see it net. Business deal right will keep him from taken hostage in in his business negotiations. So, you know, the security you're saying skills of Hossan Goshi action are now equally relevant for just any kind of negotiation. And why is it up as fruit frame? Why that crazy? At this. At the crazy said that you are. Well, it's different. You know, I never would have associated the two but bit make some sort of sensor talking about negotiation. And if a life is involved in that negotiation has got to be spot on and intense, and and has got to work or else someone dies. So if you brought those tactics to a CEO, perhaps they'll be better asking for the clothes or asking for the deal or not getting the rest handed to him business relations, people treat like that. They're the end of the world of the deal. Yeah. Probably none. We get wrapped up in this stuff. We get emotional. And you know, what you don't even you don't even have to be under a lot of stress to be under stress. I mean, you feel you feel concern you fill exiled you've been taken hostage on some interesting. Before we get into tactics. Let's back up a little bit. Tell us about Chris where he from. You know, how what was your what were your formative years? Like, how'd you get into the FBI?.

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"hossan" Discussed on The Hoop Collective

The Hoop Collective

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"hossan" Discussed on The Hoop Collective

"Sometimes he doesn't score because shoot the by. Right. Still thinking, I think he gets up for those games against wreckage. I still. Yeah. Thank you question. I was at is watching that pretty close last night. And yeah joke, it's definitely one that I think Nurkic had not that you only evaluate Nurkic scoring. But I think he had twelve or something like that. Yeah. And as a quick. Said in passing Michael, right? Had the story today. But tonight is the park. Tony Parker return game. Not I think there's going to be a little bit different vibe than the co. I just one just one quick thing. It was so funny being at that game. And I will give the Spurs a ton of credit because they they did as much as they could to mitigate the negative energy going towards, you know, pop talk to him on the court after the game that showed the Tribus video before the game. But it was it was almost like an SNL skit because they showed they had Danny green and Kawhi Leonard trip video and everybody they're understandably loves Danny green. So they would just alternate back and forth with shots of Danny green. And Kawhi Leonard doing things that it would be like huge chairs huge booze. Cheers, huge boos for like a minute straight. It was it was it was very it was very funny to watch the fans try to like. That or could kind of be next level. Because like if they if they did it that if they had just played a Danny tribute video and then later played a tribute video, right? You know, maybe wouldn't has been intense, but allowing them to boo over and over and they sort of. Could have been next level. At the other way. But I lot of credit. What what is the next animal? That's going to be discovered in the eighteen t center. Oh, it's going to be a snake. They've already had that we have the snake. We've had a bat, and what was it a bird this week? There's birds flying around what is next cow from the from the from next a horse. Call stray rodeo, definitely. Yeah. I can tell you the the first game after the rodeo road trip is always one of the most aromatic games. You just see like a because you know, the Barnes for the rodeo are right next to the arena and right next to the loading dock. So like tell me that it is impossible that a team could come in there for shoot around one morning, and there could be just a cow in the one of the lanes chewing, you know. I mean, I. Say it's not Kirk Sates not impossible. It's possible. Definitely not opposable. There's livestock all over the place. Yeah. So I mean who knows I have never I will my head is always on a swivel in that arena. 'cause I'm terrified of snakes snakes in there before and they found snakes in the locker room the trailblazers locker room during the playoffs, and you know, our colleague amino Hossan swears there was chicanery going on with the failure of the air conditioning. During the heat finals sweaters Chikan going on with the snake in the. And what was very disturbing about. That story was that the guy came to remove the snake in like was like no problem 'cause it led me to believe that he was pulling snakes out of there all the time. So I I am very very nervous walking through that. But that's a mention there's multiple like rings of conch of inner concourses, and you can get lost Reno. Unlike any other in the league in many ways, I'm I'm always on edge their goals berry. Brian. Yes, Andrew, I know you want to get something quickly, but we have to make a quick pause for commercial breaks on some platforms. And while we're waiting can you tell us that story that how you hitchhike from San Antonio Dallas to Oklahoma City is your car broke down. Let me tell you without Pete who loved hockey and always wanted to play in the NHL Pete played since he was three and begged his mom to let him stay on the ice by some nights. He even slept in hockey skates. Pete practice and practice unto one day when he was forty seven peak realize just wasn't that good. So he threw his skates in the trash. But then you heard how DIKO proud partner of NHL good save money on car insurance..

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"hossan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"hossan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Bullseye. I'm Jesse thorn. First up this week Hossan Menage we talked in two thousand sixteen. What was the last time you really confronted someone like they're standing in front of you. You have to say something that could make the two of you really uncomfortable. Then you say it just say, my guest Hossan Manashe grew up Muslim and Indian American in the small city of Davis, California outside Sacramento. He was confronted early on by things that made him uncomfortable. Like the time he overheard. His dad get a death threat over the phone just after nine eleven he went to school at the university of California at Davis where he assumed he would study and get a good job one where he wouldn't spend too much of his time confronting anything. But while he was at school. He ended up watching a friend's copy of the Chris rock stand up special. Never scared, and he saw something that kind of blew his mind. He was Chris rock standing on stage talking about things that mattered to Hudson confronting them in a way that he hadn't seen before things like race. What it feels like to be a minority alienated in the United States? He was so taken by the special. He ended up getting involved in the comedy scenes of nearby Sacramento. And then the bay area he met folks like W Kamau bell would have a major influence on him and after winning some standup contests and a few minor roles on TV he landed a job at the daily show. How are you hearing feeding right now? Trevor like, many Americans I have spent the last twelve hours refreshing the Canadian immigration website, which keeps crashing saw. I am panicking because melanin doesn't rub off. Then he got asked to do the White House correspondents dinner the first ever in the Trump era. A lot of people told me Hassan. If you go after the administration, it would be petty unfair in childish in other words, presidential. So here we go. And now he has his own TV show. It's called Patriot Act. You can watch it on. Netflix afresh episode every week it's topical acerbic and very very funny when Obama took office he continued Bush era policies in his deportation numbers were Astra nominal L. If you're shop. I that you obviously are forgetting his campaign slogan. Yes, we can kick out more Guatemalans..

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Us, Nicolas Maduro and Luigi De Mayo discussed on Midday on WNYC

Midday on WNYC

02:36 min | 3 years ago

Us, Nicolas Maduro and Luigi De Mayo discussed on Midday on WNYC

"Dangerous for people debris out enrichment from the hawaii police department neil al has some other news stories britain's prime minister theresa may has told president hossan ruhani over iran that the uk and its european partners remain firmly committed to the international nuclear deal president trump abandoned the agreement last week putting it in jeopardy a spokesperson for mrs may said she told the iranian president during a phone call that maintaining the deal said the security interests of both his country and the uk the head of the populist five star movement in italy luigi de mayo has told president sergio mozzarella that he's reached agreement on a coalition program with the right wing populist party the league he told journalists there was still some negotiation to be done over who would lead the prospective coalition but said the new prime minister will definitely a politician not a technocratic figurehead the mothers of two young venezuelan social activists who've been held without trial for three months have called on the country's president nicolas maduro to release them geraldine chicken enter her colleague gregory hines ran a foundation which helped poor students find university grants their families say they are being captain in a torius prison in caracas run by the country's intelligence services but the courts granted they're releasing april and the brazilian footballer neymar has been named frontiers player of the year even though he missed the last three months of the season because of injury name are the world's most expensive footballer scored nineteen goals in just twenty league games apart sergey ma before injuring his foot in february now back to today's opening avert the us embassy in jerusalem a decision fiercely condemned by the palestinians who claim the eastern part of the city as their future capital yet moving the embassy from tel aviv has long been us policy but presidents have always wave the requirements on national security ground until now and donald trump barbara utter explains why donald trump likes to keep his campaign promises we will move the american embassy to the eternal capital of the jewish people jerusalem and he likes to make big bold historic moves to go where others feared to tread while previous presidents have made this a major campaign problems they failed to deliver today i am delivering what he doesn't like is to be reminded.

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