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Fresh update on "house select" discussed on Stephanie Miller

Stephanie Miller

00:44 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "house select" discussed on Stephanie Miller

"71 conspiracy I urge any of your viewers to just go on the DoJ website and look up that charge 18 USC three 71 and DoJ talks about how broad and sweeping a criminal charge that is and it can include all kinds of offenses against the United States And certainly it would include an attempt to corruptly overturn the results of a presidential election It's absolutely a precise criminal charge that applies to what Jeff Clark and what Mark Meadows and what Steve Bannon and what Roger Stone and what Rudy Giuliani and what Moe Brooks and what John eastman and what Donald Trump did And we are on the same track as Nick the Nixon investigation The Watergate investigation We had congressional hearings then we had indictments and we had prosecutions We are on sort of when you pull back the 30,000 feet We're on the same path and we're going to get there We're going to get to a place of accountability I am more sure of it every day with the way things are unfolding Well you brought him to Steve Bannon He appears to be using his criminal case I'm reading to give Trump a window into the House select committee's investigation He of course has a right to see evidence against him but he's trying to make some of that public by including witness interviews and investigators internal communications in court filings It's not about trying to case in the media It's about making it costly for the committee to go after him said one analyst It's gray mail peer in simple You can't touch me because if you do I'll spill your secrets He's trying to pry open the investigation to help other witnesses who don't want to cooperate She bans an anarchist That's what he's trying to do So will that succeed No he's following the Manafort blueprint And remember when Manafort pretended to cooperate but kept one foot in the Trump camp when it was basically acting as a double agent trying to get whatever he could out of the Mueller investigation and deliver it back to Trump So Bannon is trying to do the same thing but it's not going to work because first of all even though Bannon asked the court to give him permission to throw all of his discovery all of the information that had been turned over to his attorneys by the prosecutors into the public square I don't think the court has ruled yet but the court will deny that And the prosecutors will be really careful about what they give him They'll give him what he needs to prepare his defense but they're not going to give him anything that will compromise the ongoing investigations He can try it He will not gray now The prosecutors into dropping these charges So let's get to the big price Hugo Lowell tweeted hours before the capital attack Trump called top lieutenants in the command center at the Willard press them on how to stop Biden certification from taking place You said Donald Trump must be indicted a failure to prosecute Trump for his conspiracy to overthrow our democracy guarantees future attempts to overthrow our democracy When you say you're confident does that mean again we don't know what's happening or not at the Justice Department or with Merrick Garland do we But we don't But let me start with Jeffrey Clark and then transition to the war room meeting in Donald Trump calling his lieutenants That was a great article by Hugo Lowe So Jeffrey Clark as a former DoJ official is preparing to plead the Fifth Amendment right against self incrimination Of necessity the Department of Justice must criminally investigate one of their own What does that mean We ordinarily don't like to have organizations investigate their own misconduct That's like when Bill Barr was attorney general and he looked into his own misconduct and cleared himself of all wrongdoing Shocked So what I think this moves us toward the Jeffrey Clark Fifth Amendment development is the need for a special counsel But let me circle back to the war room meeting I love the story about Donald Trump calling his lieutenants at the Willard on January 5th and saying Mike Pence won't do our dirty bidding for us What else you got What else you got to turn over to overturn the election results You know what that does That takes away the .01% argument that maybe Donald Trump really thought Mike Pence had the lawful authority to overturn the election results He didn't because he said look Pence won't do it for us What else do you got that will help us overturn the election results and keep me in power The evidence of criminality by Donald Trump mounts by the speaking of which the question we wanted to ask you all week and with this just horrific reporting about Trump knowing he had COVID and obviously going forward with debate the gold star family meeting What do you call it Debate prep on and on the debate itself I mean Glen you've talked about his criminal negligence in handling COVID in general but what about personally What I was speculating is a non lawyer is I'm like I guess with a highly infectious airborne virus it would be hard to prove it was him but even Chris Christie said 6 of the 7 of us and debate room got it So I mean it clearly was Trump and he clearly knew he was infected and he was symptomatic What is that It might be hard It might be hard to directly prove it was him But how about we try Because that's what courts are for That's why we put 12 citizens in the jury box that whether in a criminal case or a civil case Because if you have a righteous claim to bring then you don't just go through all this legal naval gazing and second guessing and hand wringing You go into court you put your claim whether criminal or civil for 12 people in the box and you let them decide because Donald Trump criminal liability for spreading COVID is a little bit of a challenge but civil liability for what we now know he did running around breathing all over gold stars Yes And Joe Biden dirty Sheer Michael is a cheer He said he was in the back of Air Force One He got Trump came back and talked to them for ten minutes no mask He got COVID His wife got COVID Civil suit to be brought against Donald Trump for that And guess what That is not within the scope of his official presidential duties So unlike the EG Carol case the Department of Justice would have no reason to step in and defend him Were you lying when you said you can stay with me too on the top of the hour Can I break and come back You got me till ten Listen I have a very thick one step Wow This morning Okay I'm sorry Glen did not warn you that this is gonna happen I know it's why I did it live Okay 40 Kirchner continues with us 48.

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"house select" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:26 min | 2 d ago

"house select" Discussed on WTOP

"A big new development this week in the House select committee investigation into the capital riot Former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows is apparently now cooperating with the panel after the chairman threatened to hold him in contempt of Congress A medals you'll remember served as former via former president Trump's top aide in the final months of his term in office This morning she had been congressional correspondent Ryan nobles who broke the story on what medals may or may not provide here So we don't know the full breadth of his level of cooperation but both the committee and medals lawyer telling CNN that he has agreed to sit for a deposition We don't know the date of that deposition And he's also agreed to hand over documents Beyond that we don't know exactly what it is that he's willing to answer questions about or what documents specifically he's willing to hand over his attorney George toilet or told us in a statement that he is still concerned about executive privilege claims that he believes the former president Donald Trump still has a right to But the committee has indicated through several interviews with members that they may not want to ask Meadows specifically about conversations that he had with Donald Trump in and around the time leading up to January 6th But there are questions that they have that they believe go on beyond the scope of privilege So medals is going to come in He's going to have a conversation with them There could still be a rub though when he actually sits down and if they ask a question that they believe does not fall under executive privilege but Mark Meadows does there could be another impasse Still this is significant progress and what it means in kind of a bottom line sense is that the committee is not going to move ahead with a criminal contempt referral against Mark minos as they have done with two other Trump allies Ryan Mark Meadows has held out for quite a long time Others have outright refused like Steve Bannon could Meadows agree to meet and speak with this committee maybe prompt others to do the same It certainly seems as though the tactic that the committee has taken by being aggressive in pushing for criminal contempt referrals of Steve Bannon and Jeffrey Clark that that is set a signal and a message to some of these other subpoena targets that they're willing to do whatever it takes to get the information And we do know from our reporting that Mark Meadows definitely did not want to deal with the specter of a criminal contemporary referral He did not want to go through that court process He didn't want to have to face prosecution on that level So that's part of what has led him to comply Now again I go back to the idea that his compliance at any point could derail in the committee could take that step But yes in a broader sense there are a wide range of people under subpoena now They've issued 45 different subpoenas and they're seeing different levels of engagement in cooperation with a lot of these people And there's no doubt that the specter of the committee willing to take that step of a criminal prosecution for people that don't comply could be part of why they are having some success with people coming forward and providing the information they're looking for One of those people that they're having difficulty with is a former Justice Department official Jeffrey Clark Where does that part of the investigation stand right now So the committee moving ahead with a criminal contemporary for all of Clark you'll remember that Clark actually did come into a meeting a deposition with the committee but as soon as he got there he refused to answer questions So tonight the committee will have a business meeting where they will formally make that referral Could be voted on in the full House floor by Thursday then just like Bannon it will be in the hands of the Department of Justice CNN congressional correspondent Ryan nobles on WTO P talking with Brennan and Shawn you are listening to 103.5 FM.

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Fresh update on "house select" discussed on Stephanie Miller

Stephanie Miller

02:44 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "house select" discussed on Stephanie Miller

"Who was the judge Kalinda Didn't she say last time Trump was in court on executive privilege Be gone You have no power here Yes I think I'm paraphrasing Maybe there's someone that knows something about the law that could tell us I don't think God what were you as attorney Former 30 year federal prosecutor Glen Kirchner The call for his country once again MSNBC legal analyst claims I feel okay Good morning Kirchner Good morning Steph That's fine behind you is unclear Do you in some way think that justice matters Yeah I'm gonna go with justice matters yeah And I've got the big ass gavel of justice here to just in case you wield that giant gavel at me Listen I'm a weak woman It was a good time Don't threaten me with a good time Wait let me play one more Mark medals want to get your take on the other side Glenn I can tell you I'm going to be honoring his executive privilege It's not something that I have the ability to weigh It's not something that is mine It's uniquely is and he's claimed that And even with my interview that potentially is coming up with the house we'll be talking about non privileged information anything that's executive privilege is going to continue to be honored Okay Glenn just your thoughts And all of that Yeah so when Mark Meadows says the executive privilege is uniquely Donald Trump's in misspoke He meant to say it's uniquely Joe Biden's the sitting president who has waived executive privilege One court has already so ruled a second court the D.C. federal circuit Court of Appeals is about to sow rule And listen these people these Republicans when they speak they're only fooling the gullible right And that's really all they have left There's an attempt to retain their base the support of their base by fooling the gullible because it's Joe Biden's executive privilege to invoke or wave And he has waived it in the interest of the national security of our country Yeah Well I mean and also I am sure you read the same story I have wow is Mark Meadows up to his whatever in this His new cooperation with the committee could give investigators a valuable window into how Trump and his allies tried to enlist government officials to pursue baseless conspiracy theories Meadows reached out to some of the country's top national security officials in an effort to connect them to Trump allies the crazy people who were pushing unfounded claims of foreign election interference not only did Meadows try to get top government officials to investigate baseless conspiracy theories being espoused by Giuliani Flynn Powell He also passed along conspiratorial materials himself including YouTube videos and other information alleging widespread evidence of voter fraud And Glenn every single one of the crises the Chinese thermostats the Italian satellites that at the highest level of our government he so he's implicated It's not just what Trump did isn't he personally implicated He is And if Mark Meadows had any sense he would go the way of Jeffrey Clark Donald Trump's former idea J official who is prepared tomorrow to plead the 5th invoke his Fifth Amendment right against self incrimination And let me be clear Jeffrey Clark absolutely has a viable Fifth Amendment right against self incrimination as does Mark Meadows as you just pointed out stuff So they can try to bluff and bluster their way through it They can invoke all these bogus privileges executive privilege attorney client privilege magical unicorn privilege None of it at the end of the day will matter And I predict you're going to see Mark Meadows as the target of a criminal investigation just as Jeffrey Clark absolutely must be criminally investigated by the Department of Justice now that Clarke said he committed crimes and will have to invoke his Fifth Amendment right against self incrimination Well I was going to say that's a tantamount isn't it to saying I committed crimes that I'm afraid I'm going to be implicated in In fact Steph you're only permitted lawfully to invoke the 5th if your testimony would incriminate you You can't just say listen I don't want to be bothered I don't want to testify I don't want to incriminate others None of those are legitimate reasons to invoke your Fifth Amendment right against self incrimination only if you committed a crime and your truthful testimony would implicate you Right You said given you tweeted Glen given that Clark was in a criminal conspiracy with Trump and others to commit crimes against the United States and he committed an overt act in furtherance of the conspiracy by drafting circulating the letter to Georgia state officials If anyone has a reason to plead the 5th Clark does isn't Meadows also implicated in that Meadows obviously was involved in Georgia He went there physically He facilitated the call to raffensperger who was on that call I mean and now Meadows Meadows is where Clark was a few weeks ago because remember Clark desperately didn't want to play the 5th because we all know what that means So a couple of weeks ago when he was hauled before the House select committee he made up a bunch of other privileges And then he stormed out with Val testify which is why he has already committed the crime of contempt of Congress So I hope Congress doesn't give him backsies by letting him come in tomorrow plead the 5th and pretend that his first contemptuous appearance never occurred It did occur And I think he should still be referred for criminal prosecution Clinton when you say criminal conspiracy against the United States of America that's pretty easy for the us to understand even us non lawyers Is that a legal charge Because that exactly feels like exactly what it is Is that a legal charge that and trying to overthrow you know either the government of the United States or peaceful just stop the peaceful transfer of power or any of those technical charges Yes and at the moment I'm sorry that I left my big ugly blue code book in the other room where I run to get it I've seen it I've seen 18 you've seen it Yeah I flashed it to you before So 18 United States code section three 71 is conspiracy to defraud or commit offenses against the United States It's precisely one of the charges that bob Mueller brought against the Russian Internet agency that tried that they tried to interfere with our free and fair elections They committed offenses against the United States And the beauty of a three.

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Jan. 6 panel subpoenas Roger Stone, Alex Jones

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Jan. 6 panel subpoenas Roger Stone, Alex Jones

"Hi Mike Rossio reporting the house January six panel subpoenas Roger stone and Alex Jones the house select committee investigating the January sixth insurrection at the US capitol has issued subpoenas to five more individuals including Roger stone an ally of former president Donald Trump and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones the subpoenas demanded documents and testimony from stone Jones and three people accused of organizing and promoting the two rallies that took place January sixth in the nation's capital representative Bennie Thompson the democratic chair of the panel said we need to know who organized planned paid for and received funds related to those events the committee also wants to know what communications organizers had with officials in the White House and Congress Mike

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Judge denies Trump's request to block release of documents to January 6 committee

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 weeks ago

Judge denies Trump's request to block release of documents to January 6 committee

"A federal judge has rejected the request from former president trump to block the release of documents surrounding the January sixth insurrection Donald trump's lawyers sought an injunction to prevent the release of documents requested by the house select committee investigating the deadly attack on the U. S. capitol in January but U. S. district judge Tanya chutkan refused the request saying president Joe Biden is best positioned to determine if executive privilege should be waived which Biden did last month according to a filing by the National Archives the documents being sought include call logs drafts of remarks and hand written notes from trump's then chief of staff mark meadows it's likely this dispute over documents could reach the U. S. Supreme Court Jackie

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"house select" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:59 min | Last month

"house select" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"White House is trying to help get the social spending bill passed in the house Deputy press secretary karine Jean Pierre cited an urgency during a news briefing she said the measure is paid for By having big big corporations and the wealthiest taxpayer pay their fair share The FBI is shedding new light on a possible link between the Saudi government and the terrorist attacks of 9 11 on Wednesday the agency released new documents noting it took a look into a number of Saudi nationals including one based in Washington D.C. who was an official for the Saudi embassy The 2004 9 11 commission report said the Saudi government had little knowledge of the hijackings Numerous people are testifying to the House select committee looking into the January 6th capitol attack Politico reports over a 150 people have been interviewed so far Committee member Liz Cheney told the outlet the committee has spoken to a whole range of people connected to the riots I'm Brian schuck And I'm Brian courtesy in Los Angeles Let's check this hour's top business stories and the markets Bond markets rallied globally after the Bank of England surprised investors by standing pat on interest rates That led traders to push back estimates on an increase in rates next year The reserve bank of Australia sounded a positive note on the economy still it maintained that faster wage growth and inflation will take some time In the RBA's quarterly update it said the first rate increase is unlikely before 2024 In China shares of the developer Kaiser group and several units were suspended from trading in Hong Kong it comes a day after Kaiser said that liquidity issues had caused it to miss payments on wealth products that it guaranteed and we see a lot of selling in the equity markets in Hong Kong The hanxing index is down 1.1% Japan's household spending rose for the first time in 5 months falling virus cases eased consumer fears of venturing out and they went out to shop expenditures rose 5% in September from the previous month All right let's take a closer look at Marcus who mentioned the bond market and yields dropping the yield on the tenure treasury 1.53% The two year yield at 42 basis points In Tokyo the nikkei is trading down about two thirds of 1% while in Australia The ASX 200 is up about 6 tenths of 1% The hang tsang tek index down almost 1% The CSI 300 in China has picked up a little gaining about two tenths of 1% And the tykes in Taiwan up 6 tenths of 1% WTI crude now trading up 1% after selling down about two and a half percent during U.S. trading Saudi Arabia and OPEC plus allies rebuff President Biden's call for a large production boost Global news 24 hours a day live and at Bloomberg quick take In Los Angeles I'm Brian Curtis This is Bloomberg.

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"house select" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:31 min | Last month

"house select" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Out today the workers are demanding better representation of trans and non binary people both on screen and in management and we visit broad channel queens where a conservationist is enjoying the end of an annual fall visit from a feathered friend Amy purple of that force and much more to come on WNYC this morning David first will have news of developing news about vaccine mandate in New York City and much more to come Please give at 88 three 7 6 9 6 9 two and we say thank you This is WNYC FM HD and a.m. New York Live from NPR news in Washington I'm sure of a Coleman The House select committee investigating the deadly attack on the U.S. capitol on January 6th is recommending a contempt of Congress citation against former Trump strategist Steve Bannon He's refused to cooperate citing executive privilege Lawmakers counter Bannon was not working for former president Donald Trump on January 6th and alleged he may have key information And pierce girder Walsh says the committee's unanimous recommendation has been forwarded to the full House This will be on the House floor tomorrow It's expected to pass and then it will be referred to the U.S. attorney's office here in Washington and then the attorney general decides whether or not he's going to charge Bannon with criminal contempt and that could mean jail time And pierce deirdre walls reporting Today is supposed to be the final day for Los Angeles city employees to get the COVID-19 vaccine or submit their exemption request but the city is now proposing an extension to that deadline Remember station KCRW in Los Angeles Tara Adrian reports The city has set a new December 18th deadline in hopes of easing tension over the mandate Under the plan those who have not been vaccinated or applied for an exemption would have to take a COVID test twice a week on their own dime Workers failing to comply with the new deadline would according to city officials face immediate corrective action Nearly 10% of LA employees from firefighters to sanitation workers have yet to get their shots And some 9500 others have not disclosed their vaccination status The new plan comes as some of these firefighters and police officers have filed lawsuits seeking to end the mandate For NPR news I'm Tara Arian in Los Angeles The suspect in the mass shooting at a high school in Parkland Florida will appear in state court today lawyers for Nicholas Cruz say he is expected to plead guilty to all charges 17 students and educators were killed in the 2018 attack and another 17 were wounded many others were traumatized During sentencing Cruz may face the death penalty North Korea claims the ballistic missile that it tested on Tuesday was launched from a submarine and piers Anthony Kuhn reports from Seoul that the U.S. and the United Kingdom planned to raise the launch at a UN Security Council meeting later today North Korean state media published pictures of the new submarine launched ballistic missile bursting out of the water while a separate picture shows the submarine the north claims launched it South Korea's military detected the launch on Tuesday local time The Yonhap news agency reports that the south's military believes that previous SLBM were launched from barges and not submarines The north says it successfully tested SLBM in 2016 and 2019 The White House on Tuesday urged Pyongyang to avoid further provocations but said the U.S. remains open to negotiations South Korea's foreign minister Chong Yi Yong called on the U.S. to ease sanctions on North Korea if it returns to the negotiating table Anthony Kuhn in PR news Seoul This is NPR And this is WNYC in New York four minutes after 8 o'clock Good morning I'm David first Sunny and breezy today with a high of 75 it's 57 now in Central Park New York City will require all city employees to get the COVID-19 vaccine or be placed on unpaid leave starting next month Mayor de Blasio announced the mandate today which will apply to more than 160,000 workers He told MSNBC that city workers have to set an example We learned the hard way with the delta variant Never let up the gas on COVID never think it's easy to defeat this enemy We've got more work to do Our public employees have to be part of this solution The mayor says those who do not comply by 5 p.m. Friday October 29th will be placed on unpaid leave the following Monday November 1st Some correction officers at Rikers have until December 1st because of a staffing shortage The city is offering a $500 incentive for any worker who gets their first shot at a city run vaccination site by the November deadline Officials say about 71% of city workers who fall under the mandate have already received at least one dose Detainees are spending longer on Rikers Island that's according to a new report from the mayor's office on criminal justice which says the average time in the jail complex is now about 300 days pre-pandemic that average was 200 days Department of correction commissioner Vincent schiraldi says that leads to higher rates of violent incidents among people being detained It's just not a placement to be that long So they get frustrated It's not you know they get they get nuts after a while and they act out and staff suffer the consequences of that A spokesperson for the state courts says that because of COVID restrictions trial capacity is diminished but that their working through the backlog and closing about 2000 cases a week The leading candidates for the city's public advocate office went head to head in an hour long debate last night moderator Errol Lewis of New York one press the incumbent giamatti Williams about why voters should re elect him since he's already expressed interests in running for governor next year The calendar is something we can't do anything about And so I'm caught between having to make decisions at the same time I think it would be dereliction of duty not to say I'm even going to explore a position that actually has more tools than I have now to do the things I'm actually advocating for Williams leading challenger is doctor Devi nampi up param pole a Republican early voting starts on Saturday election day is November 2nd 57° now Sunday breezy today with a high around 75° this afternoon this is WNYC.

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"house select" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:01 min | Last month

"house select" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"On the ground in Haiti The Federal Bureau of Investigation has reached out to the criminal organization known as 400 Moussa believed to be responsible for the kidnapping of 16 Americans and one Canadian over the weekend With abductions becoming more common in Haiti fear is consuming the country This man is a missionary from Miami who has been in Haiti for the last three years He says gangs are becoming more and more confident They don't have any repercussions There's no security There's no police There's no one to come help And that's probably the worst thing you're on your own The man who goes by the name of Godwin is with youth for Christ according to The Wall Street Journal the gang behind the kidnapping won $17 million or 1 million per hostage Former president Donald Trump sued to block the release of documents to the U.S. House select committee investigating the January 6th attack on the U.S. capitol According to the complaint Trump argues that lawmakers have made an over broad request for presidential records Defense secretary loid Austin is meeting with his Ukrainian counterpart in Kyiv today At a press conference with the two defense chiefs secretary Austin reaffirmed the U.S. commitment to Ukraine's sovereignty Today the minister and I also discuss ways to promote deeper regional cooperation among our Black Sea allies and partners to deter Russia's destabilizing actions Secretary Austin's comments come as Russia's signaling that it won't go out of its way to offer European consumers extra gas to ease the current energy crisis unless it's evolved in the controversial Nord stream to pipeline Global news 24 hours a day on air I know Bloomberg quick take I'm Michael Barr and this is Bloomberg This is peacock I love it It's streaming your favorite shows Movies live sports breaking news exclusive originals It's the office That's what she said Chrisley knows best It's gonna be Todd's way or the.

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Trump files lawsuit to keep Jan. 6 documents from Congress

AP News Radio

01:00 min | Last month

Trump files lawsuit to keep Jan. 6 documents from Congress

"Former president Donald Trump filed suit against the house select committee and the National Archives as the standoff intensifies over a former advisers refusal to testify before the committee investigating the deadly capital it tack in January former president trump is trying to block the release of documents related to the January sixth insurrection heading to court to challenge president Biden's decision to waive executive privilege on those items trump called it a vexatious illegal fishing expedition but last week Biden's press secretary said there's nothing political about working to ensure that the events of January six never happen again the January sixth committee is scheduled to vote today to hold former trump adviser Steve Bannon in criminal contempt of Congress he defied a subpoena relating to his role in the attempt to violently blocked Joe Biden's presidential certification from taking place Jackie Quinn Washington

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"house select" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

08:05 min | Last month

"house select" Discussed on No Agenda

"Is stupid. Is that the one you hope the head. Yup yes. she's that's well stupid to say it. That's double stupid shoe. You're stupid to think it. And now you're stupid to say at you do an idiot if i running a company and it costs me five bucks sell. A product of the government is going to tax me an extra say what amounts to a dollar per item. I'll just at the dodgers to the price of the product is going to. I'm not gonna hide here. Of course not no. I'd be responsible but also beating is what she says. I can't believe. I hate to tell you this but you want me to play the worst. This is the most stupidest thing the most naive thing that anybody in that position that she's in can possibly say to the public of course and then somebody would record it. And then and then we'd ridicule her for it but she deserves it obviously. The president's commitment remains not raising taxes for anyone making less than four hundred thousand dollars a year. There are some. And i'm not sure if this is the case in this report who argue that in the past companies have passed on these costs to consumers. I'm not sure if that's the argument being made in this report we feel that. That's unfair and absurd. And the american people would not stand for that. But i will take a closer look at this report and get you a more substantive response jack. American people won't stand for it to have no choice in some cases with no choice. Well i think it is it is. Everything's changing. We are in the middle of something really. Big big big changes and the hyperlink is in severe danger. The actual currency of the internet's instance inception or the web. The hyperlink seems to be just going extinct as witnessed by our otherwise very intelligent producers. Who for some reason keeps sending me screen shots of articles with no link. This is this is very very very troubling today. Zuma's do no longer understand the value of the hyperlink so someone will send me. This is how this is how dumb it is. I'm sorry it's almost emmy a screen shot of a twitter post. That has that is of a tweet of an actual article. So i have to go find this person by name. Gotta go find that post to go. Find that article screen shots sock. And i'm very worried about it. Boy we're taught by bringing about personal pet peeve because things are changing and people have to stay on their game people are given up on stuff and falling succumbing succumbing to the the overlords. I know this other newsletter afterwards finalized. But i had a i got it from No agenda social this picture of this of the woman whistle quote unquote whistle blower. Who we is a spook and it's a tweet from her and she's she's join twitter on october six and she's got a blue checkmark. She got a blue checkmark within a day and scoured fifty thousand followers within a day and to go. Now it's like seventy or something. And i just keep looking at shaking my head. Reminding me what that we did have a clip of one of the women. It was i think one is disguised. Experts somebody who worked at the agency for a long time and she said well. We have a real problem with social media. Because we don't know if it's a tell that people don't have an account they've never had an account on they don't. They're not on link dan. they're not on twitter. They're not on facebook and she's she's worried is a towel that it might indicate that you know intelligence people or the because they may have a lot of don't even have the same name in real life and they use pseudo names consistently wasn't that wasn't that that was kara. Swisher maybe this is it. How do you compete for the best and brightest when you know talent can easily go to silicon valley or hollywood. Or any of these places where it's significantly more lucrative. Yes so. I think the current generations are much more service oriented so if i can bring them in get kind of caught on our mission and they go out and make money. I'll take them back right and so they you can. You can do a balance and that's not happening. I'm going to do this forever. That's the woman. No that's right. And it was the interviews that she brought this up and she kind of sounds a little bit millio. -cially like the right. You'd think right here is well. It didn't take long for this to happen. Book whistle blower francis hogan is expected to meet with the january. Sixth house select committee following her scathing testimony on capitol hill. She blasted facebook's use of artificial intelligence to catch hate speech and misinformation. The house select committee believes how then can provide insight into how facebook was likely used to help facilitate the january sixth attack on the capital. The committee is asking for data domestic extremists affiliated with efforts to overturn the twenty twenty election. I'm just going to say it again. I think that this woman is going to be used or her story in addition to to regulating the internet or services on the internet. I think they're gonna let she's she. Has the chops are. Rt did an article on her and discuss a bunch of things left out of her story and included the fact that she several several annoying little details like she did division she worked at facebook was the intelligence division and she's just obvious Planted person. it's just the well. There's there's one thing the media just licks laps it up laps it up. i've used a twelve. They're idiots because they think facebook is finally going down and they'll get some of that sweet sweet ad revenue back but they are stupid and i wanted to add when facebook it's regulated and it will be a regulation of algorithms probably or or no protection for algorithms. It'll it'll give any silicon valley or any big platform which will use to call. Ugc this is. When section two thirty was written it was to protect yuji. See remember that user generated content. Yes it was all. Ugc how many are you. A ugc play So it was. It was put in place for that. So they're going to regulate that because you know the comparison is out this like big tobacco so it is unhealthy for people that means you have to have as limits you have to have very narrow restrictions so that there's no confusion and and just like big tobacco. I posit you now. Plus that there will be a similar master states agreement for either taxation because you know it in the state of texas clearly even though just like tobacco people will go on facebook. It is going to cause some harm to people and we need to be compensated for that. So so here's here's a good one so me me. She tells me you know all our friends at one time or another went into facebook jail. They throw her mimi into facebook. Jail mushy is a troublemaker. Well she goes to the facebook for a post. That is three years old the.

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House panel subpoenas organizers of Jan. 6 Trump rally

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

House panel subpoenas organizers of Jan. 6 Trump rally

"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting a house panel subpoenas organizers of a January sixth trump rally the house select committee investigating the January sixth insurrection at the US capitol has issued subpoenas to eleven officials who were involved in planning rallies in support of former president Donald Trump before the violent attack including one on the day of the siege senator Bennie Thompson of Mississippi who chairs the committee said the inquiry includes examination of how various individuals and entities coordinated their activities leading up to the events of January sixth the committee wants to know how one group women for America first organized a rally on January sixth and communicated with senior White House officials first batch of subpoenas were issued last week two former White House and administration officials were in contact with trump before and after the capital attack Mike Crossey up Washington

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"house select" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:24 min | 2 months ago

"house select" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Respond to COVID-19 and defend democratic rights learn more at AHA ORG It's morning edition from NPR news I'm Steve inskeep And I'm Rachel Martin good morning The House select committee investigating the January 6th attack on the U.S. capitol has issued subpoenas to four former Trump administration officials Two of the big names former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows and former Trump strategist Steve Bannon the subpoenas are the first from the democratic led panel and more could be on the way We've got empire congressional reporter Claudia grisales with us this morning Hey Claudia Good morning Rachel Explain why these subpoenas were issued The panel says these four former Trump officials have knowledge of important details related to the sea just as you mentioned they were issued to Meadows and Bannon and also former White House deputy chief of staff for communications Dan scavino and cash Patel He served as chief of staff to the defense secretary on January 6th This is part of what we've been hearing about from this panel for weeks that they're series about getting to the bottom of what happened on January 6th and subpoenas would mark the next stage of this investigation So just remind us what we've seen from the committee so far I mean before these subpoenas have been issued Well the committee started their work this summer that was in July with a powerful hearing with testimony from officers who were on the front lines on January 6th And those members responded by saying these officers have given them their marching orders that they would shape their investigation from there The following month the committee issued its first wave of document requests from federal agencies and soon after social media companies and they also asked 35 tech and teleconference to preserve phone records text messages and other communications for former Trump officials They said they received thousands of pages of responsive documents to this and this is also what is helping shape would be the first wave of subpoenas for this first group of Trump officials being asked to appear before the panel and turnover documents Okay so do we know more about the specific questions that the committee has for each of these former officials Yes committee chairman Bennie Thompson detailed what the committee is looking into for each of their roles related to the siege For example Meadows Thomson tells Meadows that as Trump's chief of staff he has critical information regarding the many elements of their inquiry including communications with Trump and others on January 6th He was a witness to activities that day The latter goes on to say that Meadows was in direct communications with top officials at the Justice Department according to records obtained from that agency as well as in communication with various state officials to request a probe into election fraud In Bannon's case Thompson raises his conversations in the weeks leading up to January 6th in a meeting the night before at a hotel just a block from The White House the Willard and plans with Trump allies to try to essentially stop President Biden from taking office Okay so that's Meadows and Bannon What about the other officials cash Patel and Dan scavino Thompson says an additional letters at the panel is seeking information from Patel for example the former DoD official regarding his knowledge of security preparations ahead of the attack as we saw security failed that day as for scavino Thompson said the committee wants to know about his role amplifying the January 6th event with Trump Have these people responded yet to the subpoenas We are not hearing anything yet from these former officials Former president Trump however did issue a statement last night He said that they would fight the subpoena quote fight the subpoena to penis on executive privilege That said the four have all been given deadlines to turn over relevant documents by October 7 and they'll need to appear before the panel by the following week so that's either October 14th or 50 So this will be a big legal test for this panel in terms of their efforts to compel these witnesses It's also what appears to just be the beginning of these kinds of requests and these names could signal how quickly this panel may want to move up the food chain of key players if you will who may have played a role on January 6th NPR congressional reporter Claudia goss thanks for your reporting on this Appreciate it Thank you U.S. diplomats spent much of this week doing repair work in New York World leaders have been meeting at the United Nations after a jarring summer for the United States Both the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan and a U.S. arms deal with Australia dismayed U.S. allies because of the way that they were done U.S. efforts to rejoin a nuclear agreement with Iran came to a halt So what now NPR's Michelle Kellerman reports Secretary blinken says he met with officials from over 60 countries this week Iran though wasn't one of them and the new Iranian foreign minister who was in New York wasn't making any promises to those he did meet about when nuclear talks might resume Secretary of State blinken says the U.S. is ready The question is whether and if so when Iran is prepared to do that we have been very sincere and very steadfast in pursuing a path of meaningful diplomacy The goal is to get both the U.S. and Iran back into compliance with the nuclear deal that the Trump administration abandon One U.S. official says everyone agrees that the talk should resume where they left off and soon before Iran makes more advances on its nuclear program Afghanistan was another major topic Norway's foreign minister ina Ericsson cerrada captured the mood when she spoke to reporters outside the Security Council I would very much have liked to see a different end to the exit of international troops I think we all would have liked to see that The Taliban now want to address the United Nations but she says the world needs to keep the pressure on We can not allow ourselves now to give mixed signals to the Taliban on what we expect We have to join forces We have to put forward demands Secretary blinken said the Taliban have to keep counter terrorism commitments and uphold basic rights if they want legitimacy The relationship that it has with the international community is going to be defined by the actions it takes Climate change and the coronavirus pandemic were other major themes of the week Blinken also had to clear up a dispute with his French counterpart over a security partnership in Asia that blindsided the French The secretary is vowing to deepen cooperation and coordination We can do more and we can do better I think that we very much welcome European engagement and French engagement and leadership in the indo Pacific His Chinese counterpart didn't go to New York but took part in meetings virtually and was critical of U.S. policy on Afghanistan and Iran China's president Xi Jinping took availed swipe at the U.S. in his speech complaining about countries that form small circles and play zero sum games President Biden tried to reassure the world body that he is not interested in a new Cold War Say it again we are not seeking The new Cold War.

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House Panel Probing 1/6 Riot Seeks Host of Trump-Era Records

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

House Panel Probing 1/6 Riot Seeks Host of Trump-Era Records

"The house select committee investigating the capital riot is demanding a lot of trump era records the records are from federal intelligence and law enforcement agencies and includes information about planning and funding for rallies held in Washington leading up to the riot we're going to walk down to the capital among them is an event at the ellipse January six near the White House that president Donald Trump spoke we will never give up we will never concede committee members are also considering asking for phone records of several people including members of Congress to try to determine who knew what about the unfolding riot and when they knew it the committee also wants information about pushing the then president's claims of election fraud at Donahue Washington

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Police Officers Deliver Emotional Testimony About Violent Day at Capitol

Forum

01:40 min | 4 months ago

Police Officers Deliver Emotional Testimony About Violent Day at Capitol

"D. C. Metropolitan Police Officer Michael Finnegan yesterday, describing what he encountered as he tried to protect the U. S Capital on January 6th. On that day I participated in the defense of the United States Capitol from an armed mob, an armed mob of thousands determined to get inside. Because I was among the vastly outnumbered group of law enforcement officers protecting the capital and the people inside it. I was grabbed, beaten, taste all while being called a traitor to my country. Was at risk of being stripped of and killed with my own firearm as I heard chance of kill him with his own gun. I could still hear those words in my head today via known was one of four officers who testified yesterday during the public first public hearing of the House Select Committee tasked with investigating the attack on the capital. D C Officer Daniel Hodges and Capitol Police officers Harry Dunn and Sergeant Jacqueline Logan. L also gave emotional testimony about the physical and verbal abuse. They suffered statements that are difficult to hear. No one had ever ever called me and while wearing the uniform of the Capitol police officer In the days following the attempted insurrection. Other black officers shared with me their own stories of racial abuse on January six. One officer told me he had never And his entire 40 years of life. Been called in to his face. And that streak ended on January six, a

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January 6 Hearing: Capitol Riot Inquiry Invokes Emotional Police Testimony

The Young Turks

02:07 min | 4 months ago

January 6 Hearing: Capitol Riot Inquiry Invokes Emotional Police Testimony

"Us in america these idiots and all have now attacked started attacking nina tour because sean tell brown taking millions and corporate money is not the problem. That's not you've got to protect her. Got to protect your corporate interests trying to kill you need attorneys political career and you gotta tacna turner attack turner and you say you're a progressive. Get though outta here man get out of here do something with your life be constructive sort of being destructive idiots. Are you see. i'm on fire. Let's do it well a lot to get to in the news today. So let's start off with the hearings that took place this morning. The house select committee meant to investigate the insurrectionists on january six the trump supporters who stormed the capital Well they had their first day of hearings today and we heard from capitol police officers and members of the dc metropolitan police. Let's start off with the first video. Which features harry done And aquilino ganal both of them are. Us capitol police officers. They were there in the capital on the day that the trump supporters had stormed it and they want to share their perspective on what they went through. Let's watch the writers attempted to breach the capital. Were shouting trump. Send us baked the rice. Sei we want trump as we came close to the terrorists line was divided and we came under attack a man attempted to rip the baton from my hands and we wrestle control eh retain my weapon after push back. He yelled at me. You're on the wrong team. I too was being crushed by the rioters. I could feel myself losing oxygen and recall thinking to myself this. I'm going to die. He kicked me in my chess. As we went to the ground i was able to retain my baton again. But i ended up on my hands and knees and blind. The medical mask. I was wearing at the time to protect myself from the krona. Virus was pulled up over my eyes so i couldn't see brace myself against the impact of their blows and feared the worst

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"house select" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

The Propaganda Report

03:44 min | 4 months ago

"house select" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

"Down the road in my opinion i. It reminds me of the introduction to the book about patrick henry that i read where i was shocked to find shocked accusations. That were supported well supported. I thought that thomas jefferson went out of his way like winston churchill did to craft his own image for history but what he did also was. He tried to diminish the image of patrick henry. So patrick henry is my favorite founder and he might have been considered the greatest. Thomas jefferson as if it weren't for thomas jefferson's intentional craftiness. And i'm thinking that this idea of writing history in real time cre- fabricating history in real time is probably as old as writing itself. As old as the first history they have i history was probably written to glorify someone. It makes you really question some of the official documents that you look back to from fifty s or sixty s or even before then when you see how the official documents are being created right now. Oh i'm thinking about the contemporary writings from before the constitution and then even back to hammurabi. I'm wondering if they say that writing was created to keep track of taxes. So i wonder if the next step was simply to to explain the the divinity of the king. Yeah he's written by the storytellers. People who tell the stories that make the most lasting impression in people's minds and hearts yes. That is true. So i know i said i was going to talk about the neo. Reactionary thing heard about. But i think that is a. I started to look into that and i could. I think i need some time to wrap my mind around that one. That's going to have to be an exploration. I'm absolutely and here where people have to say about it if they want to contribute to my thinking but i believe it's the guy michael malice i never listened to. That's kind of thing. I don't listen to because i don't want to have original slots and molester. Yeah i know he's very smart. That is for sure. But cam are frank. Cam told me. I was talking about it. Like i noticed that academia politics and the media are three places where they absolutely do nothing. There's no real feedback or consequences to their view of the world. If it's wrong or not yet. They're the ones who want to tell us how to look at the world and what and what to do and how to live and he said oh you just invented the cathedral. That's what michael mouse calls cathedral. Well michael malice got it from somebody else. He got it from this guy who i trying to find a book on it. Don't have a book for anyone has a book of this neo. Reactionary guy and it gets into the mechanisms the tactics that they use really behind the scenes. And i think it's going to be very interesting. But it's going to be a much bigger project than i thought so. Let me let me take a little bit of rain. Check on that one and remind. And i want to remind people that if you do have an event that you think propaganda report listeners would have fun at or benefit from even if it's just a farmer's market let me know i'll shout it out and i'll send you t shirts so send that to the propaganda report. Podcast at gmail.com patriot. You can message me. That's easier and with that. I think we should get to the patron fifteen. We've got a lot of good stuff coming up. Thank you so much for listening. And we'll see in the patient fifteen tomorrow all right. You guys can find your drive time. News blast every weekday afternoon at the proper court dot com or your favorite podcast.

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"house select" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

The Propaganda Report

04:52 min | 4 months ago

"house select" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

"I have the original headline which has simeon byles. Is the apex athlete of our time. Why are gymnastics judges shortchanging biles when they score her just in that headline the presumption of racism and being biased against her. But i think when you pump up so much so much to where it's like either you win or you well. They're not going to say she failed. They will probably call it some sort of discrimination but she might perceive so much pressure on her and she sees other athletes who are also world class athletes that maybe she's starting to have creeping doubt in her mind that she's not going to win and she's going to let everybody down. That's very interesting. And i did actually think about something along those lines. That doesn't surprise me but what you're saying folds into something else now the mention it. I've always suspected that about mohammed ali. That he was really built up and he did not go to the olympics because of whatever he was a conscientious objector. That's the story and he may well have been. I don't doubt that. Necessarily but his first big fight. I believe was fixed. And that's why he was standing over Who was floyd. I forget but he was standing over him saying get up. Get up that famous picture of him standing over his defeated opponent. He was saying get up because he knew the guy took a dive so she in one of these quotes. I have it says this athlete byles was considered the greatest of all time in her sport and so he mohammed. Ali was great of all time and if she were if they thought she was not able because what they said was with her we could have won the gold and without her. We could not have won the. That's what the story was. And now i feel like maybe that is part of the thing is that they're there. It would have destroyed her reputation as that. I also think that there's that mental health thing that they're pushing and one other thing thing so it's funny to me the us team doctors as marcia faustin. Dr faustin dr chee. And i think i've talked your faustus. Who is a doctor who sold assaults of the devil like that theme coming up. I just think. I mean. I still think that kind of thing is now. I would like to see when foul. She enters the street. Anyway are to have an image of the doctor that sold his soul to the devil. Kind of like. Yeah kinda like south korea was doing. We can represent found. That would be super cool. So i do think that there is another element of the story of the mental health stuff. So i remember that Mister a told me one of i don't know who is talking to a doctor. Who said they're kind of telling them to under report suicides but they expect that to that policy that recommendation and i actually looked it up and found it in the journalist resources website i think back.

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"house select" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

08:07 min | 4 months ago

"house select" Discussed on The Takeaway

"Remember this hey you wanna know how to protect something. You're wrap it up. Wanna protect your wrap it up so you wanna protect it. Rabbit owner yeah that nineteen ninety-four trojan commercial featuring a suburban mom on a plastic covered couch while explaining that you just need is classic and it's a reminder that in the nineteen ninety s battling the hiv epidemic required. No nonsense messaging to clear the fog of homophobic misinformation that characterized so much of the nineteen eighties public discourse about hiv and aids. And by the way rabbit up is damn good advice. Condoms are super effective at protecting a whole host of highly transmissible infections. Which is why i'm thinking. Maybe those nineteen ninety-four ad makers need to have a little sit down conversation with the cdc covert nineteen cases in the united states are on the rise according to stat july has seen cases increase at the most rapid pace since last winter. Given that vaccination rate through slowing. Maybe it's time for the to send a clear public health message. We were kinda thinking. Maybe something like this mask it up. Want to protect them mask. It up wanted to protect you. Mask it up here to help us understand what lessons current public health leaders can learn from sexual health. Educators is martha kempner sexual health expert and author of the weekly newsletter. Sex on wednesday martha. Thanks so much for being here. Thanks for having me now. You wrote that you have been a condom evangelist for much of your life Are you now a face evangelists. I think i am. You know i grew up in a time when hiv was just beginning and we were just learning about it and we got really clear messages. This is scary. This is deadly And you have to wear a condom you have to wear a condom every time you have sex until you are in a committed relationship and you can define that how you want but it has to be a relationship where you're not having you know bringing in risk from other people and you both get tested and i think that my Cohort of friends really did that. But when you look at people who are older than me and younger than me. The messages got more muddled earlier because there was an issue in later because it became less of a deadly disease and more of a chronic manageable condition and i think that condom rates. Show those muddled messages. Martha i feel like you must be ex- jen like megan. I was in college ninety to ninety four. And i mean the messages were clear. Yeah it was clear you use a condom. Then it would. I mean it was almost like. I don't know maybe it was like the facebook equivalent of putting your We're in a relationship. You went and got tested together. Even sometimes and that's when you could stop using condoms that said if not that it was ever completely easy to have those conversations because look for many people and by many positions right sex simply feels better without condoms in the way that life feels better without a mask. So how does public health messaging breakthrough kind of our basic hedonism to do what feels good. Yeah it's it's hard. I think one of the things that we do wrong though we have to acknowledge. Yes we get it. You don't want to wear a condom. yes we get. You'd rather not wear a face mask. But i think we also have to acknowledge that we don't have to push that message as hard as we do. We often kind of come at it with such a negative. Were so convinced. People don't want to do it. That we overcompensate kind of emphasize the negative like yeah. Okay you don't wanna wear it but here's a great condom now. This is not a perfect one to one example in the in the clearest ways how is it. That masks are different from condoms. Well for one thing. They're public. You only have to talk to your partner about whether you're wearing a condom. You're only your partner really knows whether you're wearing a condom masks. Have kind of become a public statement of how you will really of your politics. I think that's very different. Because in addition to fighting against people just not wanting to wear them were fighting a little bit of an identity politics battle. It felt to me for a bit before the vaccine that there was kind of an upswing around the like fashion aspect right like that mass were becoming a statement and you saw all of these innovations that capitalism was doing what it does and getting in there and kind of making masking interesting. Have we lost that. You know again for all the all the struggles. We may have around sort of marketing consumption. That part felt like it was doing a good public health service. I totally agree. And i hope we haven't lost it you know. Everyone was making mass from target to the gap or whoever and. I think that that's really helpful. I think one of the things that we've done to help condom use is make better condoms. They're thinner they have better lube on them And that's helpful. And i think that we should continue to make better masks right and more comfortable ones. I mean i can remember in the beginning. It was like oh my ears hurt all the time but then that kind of got worked out in design over time yes. It's very helpful. And i think that that's what we still we need to keep going on. Condom innovation we need to keep going mask innovation because the more we can get rid of the negative feelings around it the better now when you talk about negative feelings sometimes kind of goffman like here. There's a sense that public shaming can also be valuable doing things like moving folks towards condom use even though it's private or towards mask which is more public should we use public shaming and are they're effective and oh this sounds odd but almost kind or appropriate ways. Use public shaming versus. Just cruel ones. You know my children will tell them the judge person in the world it shaming doesn't work. It's my first instinct but we know from years of public health research that it doesn't work i would you know. I can envision a moment where i see someone in a store. Not wearing a mask and i try to appeal to their sense of decency and remind them my ten year old still can't get vaccinated. It's not a choice and she's still vulnerable. So please put your mask on. But i wish that would work. I'm not sure it really will. It feels like there's one other important sort of connection between cove it and the hiv aids crisis and that was the sense we felt differently about it had different kinds of public health messaging when it felt like everybody was in together and when it felt like it impacted just one group like men who have sex with men or Mostly people who were using iv drugs or whatever. This sort of single group was it was easy to ignore it. And i'm wondering if that's what's happening with kovin this sense that it's not the problem of these people. It's just the problem of those people definitely. I think we want to think our own risk is low and so what we do is we're like well. I'm not old or i'm not. I don't have an compromised immune system. So i'm going to be fine. It's just them and then when we say it's just them we give ourselves excuse to not where the condom or we're the face mask. And in this case especially condoms are a little different. Because they're just between two people but this is really a case of a community meeting to protect everyone in it And so ushering and putting underestimating your own risk or putting.

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"house select" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

05:07 min | 4 months ago

"house select" Discussed on The Takeaway

"And the militia groups ryan. I can remember distinctly On that day. And i said this to the production team yesterday. It is the only time in my life. Save for nine. Eleven when i was watching events unfold and i called my loved ones and asked him to come home. I asked my husband to come home from work. As my teenage daughter to come home from work i went and picked my younger daughter up from school and it was because i thought if it's happening at the capitol it'll be the state capitals next. It could be in my neighborhood later today at an honestly the fact that didn't happen has allowed me to breathe now for months but the final question i really have is at this point based on what we know right now before. All of the questions are asked. Do we have an expectation around the likelihood that this may occur again in the very near future so unfortunately a we do. And i think we are on an intelligence footing and the law enforcement footing where there are warnings coming out of the department of homeland security. That say is an ongoing threat and this is the greatest threat to the country in terms of white supremacist violence. And i think it's a realistic threat. It's it's in fact. We now have a de politicized department of homeland security that is able to issue these kinds of warnings that they were not able to do under the trump administration. And in fact we have you know whistleblowers who've testify before congress saying that that this information was suppressed inside the department of homeland security under the trump administration information being the white supremacist. Violent threat across the country. Ryan goodman is the co editor.

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Jan. 6 House Select Committee Holds First Hearing on Capitol Riot

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

Jan. 6 House Select Committee Holds First Hearing on Capitol Riot

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

All In with Chris Hayes

01:54 min | 4 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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Police Testimony to Lead Panel's First Jan. 6 Capitol Breech Hearing

Chris Krok

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Police Testimony to Lead Panel's First Jan. 6 Capitol Breech Hearing

"A new panel to investigate the deadly January 6th breach of the U. S Capitol building will hold its first public hearing later this month. The first hearing for the House Select Committee on January. 6th will set the tone for the investigation, Committee Chairman Bennie Thompson told The Associated Press. Absence is a public hearing could happen in less than two weeks with testimony from first responders, including those beaten by rioters trying to prevent Congress from certifying the Electoral College House. Democrats approved the select committee last month, with only two Republicans supporting it. One of them Wyoming Congresswoman Liz Cheney, was named at the panel by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Republican leader Kevin McCarthy has not yet said who he intends to name to the committee Foxes Jared Halpern in

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Wet Notes - 4-9-21

Scuba Shack Radio

07:46 min | 8 months ago

Wet Notes - 4-9-21

"This is wet notes here scuba shock radio for april ninth two thousand and twenty one first up today. I'd like to give you an update on new netflix. Documentary see spiracy. You might recall that. I introduced you to this film in a previous segment of wet notes. Well it did premiere on netflix's advertised. And i had a chance to watch. She spiracy a couple of weeks ago. The film is eighty nine minutes long and it can be captivating and controversial. Like i said this is certainly raising a great deal controversy especially as it relates to sustainable seafood and fishing. There's a couple of organizations that they called out into spiracy earth island institute and the marine stewardship council actually marine stewardship council issued a response on their website within days of the premier and every day. I see something more coming out related to the controversy. But i encourage you to watch the film and then decide for yourself about what it is saying like. I said lots of controversy. That's spiracy on net flicks now. Here's something that. I found really interesting. I came across an article that talked about how scientists are using thin wales to map out what lies beneath the sea floor. Now according to to seismologists vaclav kina from the czech academy in prague and john nab elec of oregon state university in corvallis oregon the song of the fin. Whales are loud enough to penetrate the earth's crust and revealed deep structures. I guess they have a network of fifty four bottomed size meter seismometers that the tech sound waves traveling through the ground and they picked up the of whales as they were passing by. Now they have a one hundred and eighty nine decibels song and that song can last from two and a half to five hours as they did more analysis they were able to map the underlying rock structures. According to these guys this is just as effective as those air cannons that are polluting the ocean with all that noise how practical this is yet to be seen. But you've gotta admit it is interesting. Now here's an update on the lectured aluminum tanks situation. You might recall back at the end of february. I told you about luxembourg Decision to exit the aluminum tank business and that they were looking to sell their plants in the us and the uk more. Here's some good news. Metal impact out of elk grove village in illinois is acquiring the graham north carolina luxembourg cylinder plant metal impact is no stranger to scuba tank business. They've been around since nineteen fifty nine and in two thousand fourteen. They purchase worthington. Aluminum cylinders has been providing aluminum scuba tanks to excess scuba and see pearls for a number of years. We've got quite a few from excess scuba over the past couple of years and so we're pretty familiar with metal impacts. This is some good news for the. Us aluminum Scuba tank supply chain. There's absolutely no doubt that. The pandemic has had a dramatic impact on the scuba industry. But i guess it's not all bad news if you happen to be in the right place and it seems that hawaii is those right places especially for new diver certifications. There's a recent article in scuba diving magazine. Titled more hawaiians getting certified than before the pandemic turns out that even though the travel has been restricted to and from the islands more locals are turning to scuba aloha scuba on awad who had reported a one hundred and twenty percent increase in new diver certifications. In two thousand and twenty. They went from twenty seven in two thousand and nineteen to eighty three in two thousand and twenty spurred by whole families going for they're open water certification with some great diving. It certainly makes sense to mask up and dive in our aloha state. Last week i was trying to see if the ocean based climate solutions act of two thousand and twenty was being introduced in this session of congress. Well no update on that yet but i did come across something very interesting. There is a house select committee on the climate crisis now. This committee was created during the one hundred sixteenth congress. That was the last one so it hasn't been around long. But they did produce a climate action plan of two thousand twenty. And that's called the congressional action plan for a clean energy economy and a healthy resilient and just america committee is chaired by representative. Kathy castor from florida and the ranking chair is representative garrett graves from louisiana now. I watched their organizing meeting from march nineteenth. Let's say there's just a little bit of difference on the ideas of how to approach In the approaches in making the us carbon zero by two thousand fifty but as representative castor stated. It's time to turn recommendations into policy. Now i'll be tracking our actions and keep you updated here and finally you might recall. Last year the uss bonham rashard an eight hundred forty four foot long and fibia assault ship burned out of control for five days. Now that was in san diego california. But now senator. Marco rubio from florida is proposing that the ship be used to create an artificial reef down in florida little bit of background. The navy did some cost analysis On what it would take to restore the ship to operational status an estimated that that would be somewhere between two point. Five and three point five billion dollars but the cost to decommission and scrap the bonham rashard would be about thirty million dollars. Senator rubio didn't provide any details on where the ship might be sunk and be become an artificial reef but he did say that it could be done for less than thirty million dollars to scrap the ship. This word Happened it would be. We'll keep an eye on it and see where it goes. Fingers crossed that will have another artificial reef down in florida. Something that big to dive on. Well that's it for this installment of wet notes for april ninth. Two thousand and twenty

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One Medical's Coronavirus Vaccine Practices Spark Congressional Investigation

NPR's Business Story of the Day

02:20 min | 9 months ago

One Medical's Coronavirus Vaccine Practices Spark Congressional Investigation

"Are investigating a major healthcare provider that led people jumped the line to get covid nineteen vaccines. They're following up on an npr investigation of one medical documents. Show that company administered vaccines to ineligible patients. Some of whom had connections with company leadership. Npr investigative correspondent. Tim mack joins us now. Tim good morning. Good morning what lawmakers want to know. So basically this is a subcommittee. That's led by congressman. Jim clyburn this is the house. Select subcommittee on the coronavirus crisis. And what they're really looking for is evidence that the company intentionally distributed vaccines to ineligible patients across multiple states which is incidentally one of the conclusions. Npr investigation published about a week ago. One of the committee's concerns is that there should be an equitable distribution of vaccines one that prioritizes those most at risk in society rather than the wealthy or well-connected and so the committee is giving one medical two weeks to provide documents about their vaccination practices. One medical of course is a primary healthcare provider that is publicly traded and valued in the billions of dollars. It's business model is to provide tech driven primary health care for members who usually pay about the two hundred dollars a year in. Okay so you you pay this fee. You can go to the doctor when you need a checkup or whatever they were also helping to get vaccines out there. But now here they are giving the vaccines to the wrong people. What does that mean for. Local health departments that were using one medical as a distribution source our distribution channel right so we reached out to every local jurisdiction where one medical best business. We found that eat. Local jurisdictions have cut the company off from vaccine. Allocations are not planning to work with them again in the future. For example san francisco county made the unusual move of not only halting apply vaccine so the company but also demanding one thousand six hundred and twenty doses back in san mateo county said it had done an investigation and found at one medical had vaccinated seventy individuals who are eligible to be vaccinated at that time it to stopped the allocation vaccines to the company. So those are just a couple of examples.

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House panel subpoenas for Azar, Redfield CDC documents

John Williams

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

House panel subpoenas for Azar, Redfield CDC documents

"Watchdog panel is firing subpoenas at US Health Secretary Alex A czar and CDC director, Robert Redfield. House Select subcommittee on the Corona virus crisis is demanding documents related to reports of political interference with the CDC. The committee alleges that top Trump Administration officials meddled with roughly a dozen scientific reports on the spread of the Corona virus. This past summer. South Carolina Democrat James Clyburn accused Trump political appointees of trying to muzzle career scientists. Clyburn chairs the subcommittee.

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Top Trump officials sidelined after exposure to coronavirus

The Vegas Take

02:18 min | 1 year ago

Top Trump officials sidelined after exposure to coronavirus

"Top Trump appointee, repeatedly urging top health officials to adopt a herd immunity approach to covert 19 and allow millions of Americans to be infected by the virus and fewer but still millions to die. That's according to internal emails that have been obtained by the House watchdog and shared with politico. Yesterday, the chairman of the House Select Committee, James Clyburn, released a memo in which we learned that top Trump administration officials repeatedly communicated about pursuing a dangerous herd Immunity strategy. As far back is June 2000 and 20. That's right. The Trump Administration was aware its policies would not only fail to stop the spread of the virus but would lead to an increase in cases and this is a direct quote from one of the e mails that were included. In this memo quote. There is no other way we need to establish, heard and on. Lee comes about allowing the non high risk groups exposing themselves to the virus. End of quote. The memo also includes an email from a senior Trump advisor Paul Alexander, who urged colleagues to suppress scientific information about the risk posed by the virus to minority communities that he admitted was very accurate. Have concerned that it would be used against the president. That's their concern. President. That would be risking people's lives so that Donald Trump didn't look bad. Ladies and gentlemen, that's exactly what that is. And then we wonder why we're in this section. We are situation we are in today. And when you ask many Trump supporters or trump cult members because they're out there or the president all look at what he did with the China banned, but they don't want to talk about stuff like this. Let's get back to the memo. Quote we go on and let our society open up Now, if hospitalizations occurring the young and they get severe illness, then that's a different story, and we will then have a huge mess on our hands now and a real nightmare. But that's not the case. As of now. Infants, kids, teens, young people, young adults, middle age with no conditions have 02 little risk which by the way is not true. So we use them to develop hurt. We want them infected and recovered with anti bodies. Quote. We want them infected. Are you kidding me?

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"house select" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

09:03 min | 1 year ago

"house select" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Tomorrow, and I want to talk about small. Well, because, frankly, folks, something stinks about this. It's my friend Carrie, pick it from the Washington Examiner. Kerry Eric Swalwell, go Wow. This this came out of nowhere. Yet It seems to fit so perfectly. Are you saying it's silent but deadly Oh, You know what Kurt use of the big is that Uh, When I first heard of it, I was shocked just the fact that it was active. That that I broke this story. They were working on this for a one year on If you do the math, that means that they first started working on this when, while well Was running for the presidency. So we had a guy running for president who was too stupid to figure out that the moderately attractive Chinese immigrant who was hitting on him wasn't there because of his Uh, conversational abilities and rugged good looks. Well, I think what it actually means is yeah. Now you have Swalwell, Who is saying that the reason why the story came out with because Uh, you know, Donald because he was criticizing Donald Trump so vocally. Actually, it would more than likely means was that somebody was doing apple research on him during the primaries. Uh, that's what more than likely until because Yeah, if if he was running for the presidency during the primaries, and it was a huge field back then that means that somebody dropped the awful book on him. Interestings? Yeah, And that and that Axios, you know, not exactly a right wing bashed in there of Ah, but journalists have the information and sat on it. Yeah, exactly that that sounds super constructed. So, basically, um, this gash is halfway is walking around with some Beijing bimbo. The mainstream media knows about it and decided to keep it quiet while he's running for president, Huh? That's what an interesting take, even as he starts talking about how Donald Trump was, huh? His Putin's pat Well, he's you know, he's petting Z's niece. Mm. And and here's the thing, too. He also mentioned in his piece. I was just talking to my editor of about that. Apparently congressional leadership. He doesn't say exactly who knew about all this because hold on, Hold on. Wait. Congressional leadership knew a guy on the House Select Intelligence Committee like Eric Swalwell, who was compromised by a Chinese spy at Who he may have had a physical relationship with Um And they were cool with that. Well, that is what the follow up story is you have over and politico because the moment the story came out yesterday morning and Axios then swallowed runs to one of his favorite reporters over at politico to defend himself, and he ends up saying that congressional leadership had had known about it because He says that was the FBI contacted him back, I believe is, uh, e thing with 2015 2016. I don't have the exact year there. So don't completely quote me there, but he ended up cutting off the relationship immediately. But that being said, though he said that congressional leadership was aware of it. Now, who exactly is he referring to in congressional leadership? Well, I'm sure our mainstream media will be asking him These questions. Volcanic. Yeah, This is the exact quote. As the story weapons. This goes back to the beginning of the last decade, and it's something that congressional leadership knew about. So so let me get this straight. This flatulent Nimrod thinks it's good and helps his case that he spent the better part of a decade being cultivated because I'm trying to remain FCC compliant. By this, uh, you know, Chinese intelligence Husi, and he also thinks it's good that Nancy Pelosi and the rest of the crew knew he was compromised by Chinese intelligence and kept him on the House Intelligence Committee. Am I reading this right? He thinks this is a good idea that it makes him look better. Well, that's what we're trying to find out is, uh, you know, he seemed to imply that it was Pelosi, who knew that he was compromised. But that's one of the questions that I was. I'd like to know. I'd like to know who in the, uh in the super rather gang of a Super Intel eight. Knew that he would compromise. Well, Do you think that the intelligence service told the Super eight that he was compromised? I think it's very interesting that we didn't have any leaks of any You know dossiers on representative Swalwell. I think it's interesting that nobody, you know, No one from the intelligence community said Hey, I You know, mainstream media. I've got somethingto leak. That really stinks. And they're like, Oh, it's about small well on I just find it bizarre. They couldn't drop enough lies about Trump, yet they steadfastly hide the truth. About Eric Swallow. Well, that is something that is that is this particularly concerning especially since But you have a number of these very young Chinese students who have been going around in these, uh Received, especially through the Confucius Institute. You had this particular Chinese spy who ended up placing this intern Into, uh, well, Wells office. And, you know, I was an intern for Congressman Duncan Hunter. One point back in the day. And when you're an intern, you're seeing lots of interesting stuff. I got to sit down with Edward Teller and talk about anti ballistic missiles. You know, I mean, you are exposed to stop that probably shouldn't get out there so basically that, you know, toots Swalwell. Uh, Exposed. You handed the Chinese information says this is mind boggling, and they're not calling for his head. Exactly. Okay. Here is the exact Uh, information on the year, So it was a it was by 2014, Christine Bang or Fong Rather, that's how you pronounce. It was reportedly bundling donor checks for that. What? They're calling it now bundling. Bundling donor. Check this who I was re election campaign, according to act, Theo's bomb was also helped place an intern's well was office and then in 2015 U. S intelligence officials was in monitoring bonds. Activities became concerned about her ties to Swalwell and provided AH quote defensive briefing to the California Democrats. Axel is reported. So that's why I will immediately cut off contact. It's pond and he is not suspected of any improper actions in his dealings with her. Okay. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Improper. I guess they wouldn't ask him. Did you two do the deed and I know that's kind of tacky, but I think it's important to know if he had a sexual relationship with a Chinese agent has a well asked him that Yes, they did. What do you say? Okay, And of course, it's always at the at the bottom to a last graph. It goes. Swallow, refused to discuss his relationship with Fong, although he did say the controversy was not going to cost him. The Intelligence Committee seat. So that just goes to show you that Apparently he had a conversation with the leadership in the Democratic Party. Uh and they don't. Don't worry, Eric, your fetus steak on the Intel Committee. What do you have to do or who do you have to do to get kicked off the intelligence committee? If you're a Democrat, this is disgraceful. Yeah, Thank you so much. Carry picket from the Washington Examiner. You confined her at Carrie. Pick a K E r r y.

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AP sources: Biden picks Fudge for housing, Vilsack for USDA

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 1 year ago

AP sources: Biden picks Fudge for housing, Vilsack for USDA

"More names are being added to president elect Joe Biden's cabinet as he works to diversify top government leadership five sources say Joe Biden will announce Ohio congresswoman Marcia fudge will be the secretary of housing and urban development the former chairwoman of the congressional black caucus was not ready to confirm or deny if I can help this president in any way possible I'm more than happy to do it former agriculture secretary Tom Vilsack will take that role again in the Biden White House selected in part because of the hunger crisis facing the nation and the need to have someone ready on day one and there are discussions about Attorney General several sources say Alabama senator Doug Jones who lost re election in November is a possible choice because of a strong civil rights background even though he's white or possibly federal appeals court judge Merrick garland who Supreme Court nomination was denied by Republicans in twenty sixteen Jackie Quinn Washington

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FDA Officials Say Vaccine Decisions Will Be Guided by Science, Not Politics

C-SPAN Programming

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

FDA Officials Say Vaccine Decisions Will Be Guided by Science, Not Politics

"Is infallible. But Americans deserve to know that the actions and communications coming out of our agencies whether FDA approvals or CDC, mw, ours, or n I. H guidelines are grounded in science and evidence. Of course, that standard also applies the authorization or approval of a covert 19 vaccine. I will be confident that my Family and I should take the vaccine and you should be confident that you and your family should take it to because any vaccine will have FDA standards as judged by FDA career scientists helping Human services Secretary Alex Cesar before the House Select subcommittee on the Corona virus crisis. With the news of

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Mnuchin says economy is recovering but ‘more work’ is needed

Pacifica Evening News

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Mnuchin says economy is recovering but ‘more work’ is needed

"Pressed by Democrats, too quickly negotiate a new Corona virus relief package. The Treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin, says the administration does remain willing to work on a bipartisan agreement to help small businesses the unemployed Children in schools. Weapon, Yushin said Democratic leaders in Congress are holding it up with hardened positions at a hearing by the House Select subcommittee on the Corona virus crisis. Mnuchin made the case that the economy's recovery is strengthened in recent weeks, citing improved consumer spending, growth in manufacturing and a rebounding housing market. He claimed that it's the failure of some states to reopen activity that's holding back the economy. But Democrats insisted that dire economic conditions persist for many millions of Americans. You are now facing addiction, debt hunger. So, said the panel's chair representative James Clyburn of South Carolina, who warned of more layoffs coming Especially from states and cities whose budgets have been busted by dealing with the economic impacts of the Corona virus crisis. Subcommittees. Democratic staff, meanwhile, said it is identified lapses pointed to possible fraud and abuse in a signature piece of the administration's relief effort. The 660 Billion dollar plus small business loan program, including more than a billion awarded to businesses that received multiple loans. The staff investigators said in a report that a lack of government oversight and accountability for the program may have led to billions of dollars being diverted to fraud, waste and abuse rather than reaching small businesses Truly in need. With bipartisan agreement, Congress enacted an unprecedented $2.3 trillion pandemic rescue package in March. Now the Trump Administration and top congressional Democrats have been In a months long stalemate over new relief legislation.

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"house select" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"house select" Discussed on WJR 760

"In the back by police. The president calls for major us that he's to take a stronger stance on crime. You let New York's finest and Chicago Police Department. They do a great job, but they're not allowed to do their work. A lot of times you're not allowed to do your work. And they could do it themselves. But You have to be decisive and you have to be tough and you have to be strong and you have to be willing to bring people in the Treasury secretary Warning congressional action is needed to provide substantially more funding for the Corona virus response. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin says he will try to jump start talks with Democrats on a Corona virus stimulus package. More fiscal response is needed The president and I Want to move forward. With more fiscal response. Testifying for the House Select Committee on the Corona virus Crisis, Mnuchin set of bipartisan agreement needs to be reached to provide substantial funds. Lucien had been involved with talks with White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Democratic leader truck Schuur. But those talks broke down weeks ago, Pelosi said Democrats will reduce a package to $2.2 Trillion Republicans have balked at that total. Is too high. Jared Halpern Fox News the Dow closing up today to 15. The NASDAQ was up 1 64 4 W. J. R News I'ma Riaz board. We'll have more with Sean Bally Gin in two minutes. Looking toe learn, then join my car. Others on something you should know. Podcasts. Why can't you do both? Why can't you be grateful for what you have but still want more? Let him enlighten you on how to deal with jerks how to count to infinity and why people believe in aliens? How many people believe?.

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Mnuchin defends federal pandemic response, urging approval of more aid

Mitch Albom

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Mnuchin defends federal pandemic response, urging approval of more aid

"Warning congressional action is needed to provide substantially more funding for the Corona virus response. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin says he will try to jump start talks with Democrats on a Corona virus stimulus package. More fiscal response is needed The president and I Want to move forward. With more fiscal response. Testifying for the House Select Committee on the Corona virus Crisis, Mnuchin set of bipartisan agreement needs to be reached to provide substantial funds. Lucien had been involved with talks with White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Democratic leader truck Schuur. But those talks broke down weeks ago, Pelosi

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"house select" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"house select" Discussed on 600 WREC

"To pick up the phone. Lisa Brady Fox News. A renewed White House pushed for Corona virus relief is apparently on the way. Fox's Jarod help earn has this live Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin says he will try to jump start talks and a Corona virus stimulus package. Testifying for the House Select subcommittee on the Corona virus crisis, Mnuchin said a bipartisan agreement needs to be reached provide substantial funds. Mnuchin had been involved with talks with White House Chief of staff Mark Meadows House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. In Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer. But those talks broke down weeks ago. Pelosi is said Democrats will reduce a package to $2.2 Trillion Republicans have balked at that total is too high. Lisa Banks, Jared Mnuchin, stressing, though, that the president wants to move forward with additional fiscal response to the pandemic. He also says details on an eviction moratorium are coming later today aimed to helping nearly 40 million renters in the US as Mnuchin also urges Congress to provide rental assistance. President Trump, meantime, holding a Law Enforcement roundtable in Kenosha, Wisconsin. After seeing some of the damage from recent riots after the shooting of Jacob Blake by police while the president continues to denounce of violence during protests in other cities as well. Island mobs demolished your damaged at least 25 businesses, burned down public buildings and threw bricks. And police officers which your police office won't stand for, and they didn't stand for it. These are not acts of peaceful protest, but really domestic terror Joe Biden, accusing the administration of making it harder to vote when you and I get elected, God willing, we're gonna push hard to make voting, Election day and national holidays people. There should be same day registration he and running mate Kamala Harris, appearing together but social distancing foreign online event today. America.

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"house select" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"house select" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"For the House Select subcommittee on the Corona virus crisis, Mnuchin said a bipartisan agreement needs to be reached provide substantial funds. Lucien had been involved with talks with White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer. But those talks broke down weeks ago. Pelosi has said Democrats will reduce a package to $2.2 Trillion Republicans have balked at that total is too high. Lisa Banks, Jared Mnuchin, stressing, though, that the president wants to move forward with additional fiscal responds to the pandemic. He also says details on an eviction moratorium are coming later today aimed to helping nearly 40 million renters in the US Mnuchin also urges Congress to provide rental assistance. President Trump, meantime, holding a Law enforcement roundtable in Kenosha, Wisconsin, after seeing some of the damage from recent riots after the shooting of Jacob Blake by police. While the president continues to denounce violence during protests in other cities as well island, Bob's demolished her damaged at least 25. Businesses, burned down public buildings and threw bricks and police officers which your police office won't stand for, and they didn't stand for it. These are not acts of peaceful protest, but really domestic terror Joe Biden, accusing the administration of making it harder to vote when you and I get elected, God willing, we're gonna push hard to make voting, the election day and national holidays. People think there should be same day registration he and running mate Kamala Harris, appearing together but social distancing foreign online event today. America is listening.

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"house select" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"house select" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The White House. Not Planning an immediate response to intelligence reports of Russian bounties given to Taliban militants to kill U. S and coalition forces in Afghanistan the Washer roasts courts that is because president. Trump does not believe the reports are true or actionable. Administration officials say trump is not convinced he should do anything about the bounty issue, which he decried in the tweet as just another made up fake news tale that's told only to damage me and the Republican Party. The post notes some of trump's own senior intelligence officials viewed the information as credible enough to warn the Pentagon and allies, so they can sure they had measures in place to protect their forces in Afghanistan. This Week House Democrats unveiled a plan to address climate change by achieving net zero carbon emissions by the year twenty fifty in a press briefing Collorado. Congressman Joan Goose, called climate change in existential threat and pointed to Colorado's commitment to transition to wind and solar for electricity as a model for the nation. We know that we have a very short runway for action and the IPC report makes that very clear. It is getting shorter by the day, and there are far too many in this town who are standing by and watching as this crisis worsens by the day the intergovernmental. Panel on climate change has warned that just a decade remains to reverse course on climate pollution in order to avert the worst. Worst impacts projected by scientists Republicans on the House Select Committee on climate crisis promised to review the plan. According to.

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"house select" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"house select" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The White House not planning an immediate response to intelligence reports of Russian doughty's given to Taliban late. Militants to kill U S and coalition forces in Afghanistan the Washer its course, that is because president trump does not believe the reports are true or actionable. Administration officials say trump is not convinced he should do anything about the bounty issue, which he decried in the tweet as just another made up fake news tale that's told only to damage me and the Republican Party the posts. Some of trump's own senior intelligence officials viewed. As credible enough to warn the Pentagon and allies, so they can sure they had measures in place to protect their forces in Afghanistan. This Week House Democrats unveiled a plan to address climate change by achieving net zero carbon emissions by the year twenty fifty and a press briefing. Colorado Congressman Joe Goose called climate change in existential threat, and pointed to Colorado's commitment to transition to wind and solar for electricity as a model for the nation. We know that we have a very short runway for action and IPC report makes that very clear. It is getting shorter. And there are far too many in this town who are standing by and watching as this crisis worsens by the day, the intergovernmental panel on climate change has warned that just a decade remains to reverse course on climate pollution in order to avert the worst impacts projected by scientists, Republicans on the House Select Committee on climate crisis promised to review the plan..

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"house select" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

14:11 min | 2 years ago

"house select" Discussed on KGO 810

"The house select committee and a new exhibit on the conspiracy that way if you put all three topics that you cover everybody's opinion opinion may be the operative word here because his is coming out in print finish writing a book on it hello nice speaking three his opinion is very different from all the official enquiries thanks six shots are fired then for people and their five conspirators yes he names names I think Allen Dulles picked out their target sitting J. you're ever Hoover pick all called to be a Patsy Carlos Marcello hired gunmen HL hunt finances and Lyndon B. Johnson covered it up I frankly dismissed the idea of a conspiracy of that nature we can talk show host John Rothman is cagey owes resident presidential historian Allan dollars with the director of the CIA he was retired after the bay of pigs no credibility to that J. Edgar Hoover involved in a conspiracy I don't think so I asked the question with Johnson it just does not ring at all to me right HL hunt finance tremendous number of right wing activities okay so if there really were four gunmen where were they came from the south six building Tory and from behind a fan I also believe Lee Harvey Oswald is completely innocent but even then Attorney General Bobby Kennedy disagreed and John Rothman believes that if the Kennedy family felt in any way but they're in a conspiracy of any kind they would have swept up the opportunity to expose the truth will come out eventually if you can wait here twenty thirty nine the National Archives is mandated by federal law to release all the remaining documents but tomorrow and in the meantime we wait and remember having a walk of silence ceremony from the museum to the pale spot on elm it was a dark day in the life of this country it was the shattering of our innocence and I don't think the country is ever fully recovered mark J. Perelman with key geo spotlight eight ten rich thank you and random thanks for five eight zero zero eight journey males John I was very young at the time so I don't have a distinct memory of that day and what followed but looking back it occurred to me the P. sass nation of Kennedy was the worst crime about century above all else because it robbed us of his wife what could have been an outstanding feature four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten let's go to your calls a let's go to badger calling from Dublin badger welcome to KGO radio done very well how you doing John very well thank you so as a child I was always treated by history but I was always really impatient so anytime we want museums I was always the type thing sat on the wall but I was always the first one done in the museum and I was out the door waiting for everybody else and I don't think that I've ever in my life my heart as heavy and humble as being twelve years old and going through the museum of the book depository and standing on elements seeing that white acts that the clean it in the road and feelings so heart broken for something I never witnessed and I remember I remember asking if she could my family or a life time if they remembered where they work and everybody everybody remembers where they were but the one that struck me the hardest was that at the time my paternal grandfather was stationed in Okinawa and he had his family living there so my mom her brother and my grandmother were asleep in Okinawa and my mom is maybe five six years old at the time and she said she didn't remember anything other than being awakened to the sound of other way leading in the kit when she received a call from her husband the president had been killed I can only tell you what you say I have tears in my eyes I want you to know that it's a memory that you have shared with us and for that I am very grateful thanks so much for walking down let's go to James calling from Dublin James welcome to KGO are you doing tonight right Sir Kennedy was assassinated owls and be a seventh grade and my father came home from work and he said and I was quiet moreover you crying about and I said the president is it and you said always remember this country will go all in this country building go all weird always out here yeah at all well change your standard of living the only thing I will change it your looks and living have any effect on you yeah and then we went out Gasol well a wise thing that your father said to reassure you James and I appreciate your call how do you reassure child David calling from Palo alto welcome to KGO I don't nicer thanks to you tonight thank you and I can only tell you reason I have an interest in political history is because of you so but I wanted to say is that I was four years old when this happened and it really affected my father and our next door neighbor which was my father's best friend they set up a television set my dad was the only one with the TV set was on the panel fierce television set the living room and they watch television for three days and I cried I didn't quite understand that you know that that's the thing that I think is most interesting to me everybody I knew was in tears our teacher asks our friends our parents and the thank you for that thanks to let's go to mark calling from Mountain View mark welcome to KGO hello John I grew up in J. starts to cold and we're just sitting down after lunch at one o'clock take a math test it went over the loudspeaker first there reading stop and I was elected from North Dakota I was a strong publishers and I use them to the fake plastic everything but the history teachers Mister Olson said the most upset high school was destroyed his Republican what was what he really if the significance just hit me you know yes the it is the so for a so it is no everything's going to be different and I have to tell you I was a Republican in those days I voted for Richard Nixon and supported him in nineteen sixty I was always critical of John F. Kennedy and I have the same Maria from exactly that you had yeah one of just right I'm not a big strong fan of John Kennedy's there was a lot of things he did I appreciate your call I always remember my good friend Terry Redmond was student body president at Roosevelt junior high school in San Francisco and he was called on to read the poem captain my captain and interestingly enough I brought Terry back to result on their fifty seventy fifth anniversary and I asked her if you'd read that poem again just so the kids would understand the linkage in terms of history important don't you think let's go to the Alondra calling from Antioch the lan to welcome to KGO hi John thank you for taking my call I remember where I was when I was six years old when this happened and that was the first time it hit me hello friends allies could be and I remember you know it nothing in it that was the first death I ever remember in my life and I remember burying my head and my mom skirt and just so they and she was asked me what was wrong and I just I couldn't even talk that was that was the reaction so many people reacted in that tremendously unpredictable get emotional way and I'm very grateful to you look on the because for those who are not alive than they need to understand the shock the cost thank you your I thank you thank you four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten let's go to Jim calling from Concord Jim welcome to KGO good evening so I was seven years old I grew up in San Antonio Texas and remember the day two days before he was assassinated he drove his his caravan drove by our house on Roosevelt Avenue down to a a base Brooks Air Force base in San Antonio and he had the biggest smile on his face his wife look so happy and you know that that and he had a he had an arm alike on the door the convertible is open there's a beautiful day well kinda waved at him and our records gene is a friend of mine in second grade asked me what I did that day and I said you know we watched president she said yeah and I have a coke too and what I remember most about it is that it was it was fun seeing him and everything seems so hurry and and nice but then when he was assassinated you seem like things got darker just generally three it changed it changed America look out I remember Jim thank you so much I appreciate that and because I'm so I want to let you know I I do have a I have a photo of black and white photos of him and Jacqueline in the car I should send you a copy that would you I would love to see that in the archive and thank you John thank you you're welcome thanks Sir thanks for doing this my pleasure a let's go to Constance calling from Sacramento Constance welcome to KGO thank you I was thirteen years old and I think it was about the knife great in Dallas Texas at the time of the shooting I was attending a mac with heart of Mary school so by now a Catholic school you can imagine all the rule being election we had a really Dan rooting for him but on that day the Niners cried the students cried I walked home from school and was this the cloud over Dallas wins dark yes dark and dreary evening walking home and yes trap all so we cried we love known each other and I look at it Hey and I wonder what would happen if staff what's happening today the fascinating question well I'm gonna deal with out a little bit in the next hour so you stay with us Constance and and thank you very much for your call I appreciate thank you let's go to Jennifer calling from Morinda Jennifer welcome to KGO thank you so when you said that the whole of America you know was mourning the loss I'm from the rock County Wexford in Ireland where John F. Kennedy's ancestors are from and he did that there in nineteen sixty two just before he was assassinated and he was the first sitting U. S. president to visit our he won the hearts of the Irish people the parade all over the country and when he was assassinated back country mourned the loss of their son who was the president of the United States every house growing up had three pictures Jesus Christ the pope and John F. Kennedy and today when you go to near Ross in County Wexford Ireland you have the John F. Kennedy park you have the John F. Kennedy our ship a replica of the ship that his ancestors his great grandfather left on you have the rose Kennedy bridge the country still feel very much connected to the Kennedy yes and then you may recall of president Kennedy sister was ambassador to Ireland Daniel nineteen nineties exactly yeah I'm sure there's a wonderful book about Kennedy's trip to Ireland and if you Google Kennedy in Ireland it'll come right up and it has pictures and reminiscent yams and just a great one but I want to thank you Jennifer what the what I'm so glad you called wonderful thanks thanks for taking my call my pleasure I should tell you there's another famous sense Kennedy went to Berlin and he delivered a speech if bin ein Berliner essentially saying I am a Berliner and it inspired the city when you're in Berlin today.

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