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"inman" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"inman" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Tomorrow i got joshua talking about wanted to at one pm. Your addiction and me on vision. You want to beat it. It's not beating pretty simple. One pm josh was she had to be then matt napa for the mind. Tv nights with folks have a great rest of your night off. Now do This coming now listen..

"inman" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"inman" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"You know so. I just wanted to learn what is basic christianity. One one you know what is basic buddhism one on one what are the what are the core principles of this philosophy theology or whatever and so. That's kind of you know when i talk about religion i'm talking about the bookstore. The section that says the religion section where you can find the bhargava gita. You can find the doubt aging you can find the dhamma potter or the upon a shots. That's what i love. I just love the the ancient texts. That's what i like so A lot of comedians are atheists. And i know we're getting we're way over time and we're going to wrap it up soon. But i wanna get your take on his lot of comedians atheists and i can understand that i mean you. You look at the Myths and stuff about well. God is supposed to be but now science is saying a lot of scientists to saying some very smart scientists. Not only is there. A god but god is a computer geek with the laptop who wanted this whole simulation. Ram what universe. What what do you. What is your well. I mean what. When i first heard the simulated universe feary i was like. That's nothing new or different. The buddha talked about the same thing. Twenty five hundred years ago. Basically the buddhist said that all life isn't illusion and all the stuff is impermanent so The only thing that really matters is your own mind. And how you perceive the world your own perceptions are what's important because this world is always changing your parents grow old and die you know your girlfriend. She might may not love you anymore. She's gone you get a new girlfriend. People come and go people die the world. i mean buildings only a fucking tumble. I mean there's nothing in this world that is hermit so it's it's it's illusory it's it's a lot like an allusion even though it seems real. It's not real like a million years from now the earth gonna fall into the sun. So i guess. What was your question about simulation theory whether you believe in it or not And you it sounds like the simulated Universe theory sounds like buddhism where everything's illusion. It's like in hinduism. They have a concept called maya And aura lila. Lila is the dance of the universe. So whether you call it a simulation created by computer or whether you call it lila. You're putting out word you're trying to define something And basically it's all the same shit you know his fate world so this idea of everything being an illusion and whatever your mind decides is an illusion Is reality is at you. Subscribe to that I think Well i know. I mean if you're saying that mine creates reality in a lot of people think that's bullshit they're like you can't lift up a glass of water with your mind. It's not like that. It's more like you in your mind. You have the power to choose. What you y your perceptions are you have the power to choose what you focus on..

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"inman" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"inman" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"The pentagon the military whatever fucking is so we got the technology to go into a virus in change the goddamn dna or at dana function to make it a more dangerous iris. You're telling me the military wouldn't be interested in that. Of course they would be interested in it but i. I don't think the current the one that we responded to Was that at all. I think it was a gain of function accident that we knew any fool could see happening. It's like you know you're driving down a car where you give a drunk guy the keys you know. He's going to crash into something. Yeah seat i mean. I'm not dumb man. I mean these these These people in the military. They know what could possibly happen. An enemy could possibly spread a bio weapon. So then what do they do. They have to come up with a vaccine. That's why these three and four labs they they fuck with the virus and then they also create a vaccine for that virus. So that's where they come up technology or these vaccines so if you're dumb enough to not take goddamn vaccine. When they suspect it might be a goddamn gain of function leak. I won't say bioweapon a leaked virus from of the wuhan variety institute. I mean come on. This is the time to take goddamn vaccine all right. Well i'm glad we cleared that up any other conspiracy things that you think need to be known about that are going on right now. I'll the most. The thing that i'm most interested in is probably the the covid nineteen thing but before that You know. I think it was a little odd The whole attack on the on The a congress or whatever. The january sixth insurrection. I think was a little strange. It's a little hard for me to believe that our intelligence agencies are pentagon and all of our security services had no idea. Something like that was going to happen. You know. i knew it was going to happen. I think they knew it was gonna happen. I think they've ahead in they. I think they knew that these guys didn't have guns and they were going to go there and caused a lot of shit. Okay i guess. I this is wearing getting getting to. You're asking me another conspiracy theory. I'm interested in. Is i think that whole q. And on thing was a disinformation scwhab. I think that what what cunanan is is like they mix in some truth and some complete bullshit and they get a bunch of people believe in it. So this group of people who like guns end up What it does is it. Discredits a groups in organizations if you look at what they did in the sixties with trying to discredit You know a martin. Luther king you know trying to discredit the weatherman or any of these movements that happened in the sixties That's how you stop a movement from growing you know One you know an interesting thing. i always believe that That charles manson that whole thing was to put an end to the hippie movement. And so i always thought that maybe i was like a nut bag for believing that that you know a charles..

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"inman" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"inman" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"You know one of the things. I learned That i never knew was when people think the cia. They think oh double o seven you know Assassins in A thank flipping elections in going down central american. Starting wars and shit. A lot of people don't realize that fifty percent of what the cia does is then. Disinformation is in publishing they by publishing companies magazines. Well before before the internet. You know it was always you know newspapers magazines publishing companies books. I think there is one scholar that said the cia helped published like over a thousand books like nonfiction books that you find at the bookshop the bookstore right but most people think. Oh isn't the cia don't they. They they do analysis and they may also start you. Yeah but they don't realize just how much disinformation they spread. And you know. I came out during the church commission where they are asking the head of the cia. Do you have people on your payroll that send in articles to publications. And he's like Yes and like you have people on your payroll in the news media. Like cbs or abc is Just a second I like to not answer that right now because tar you know. We'll we'll discuss that later. It has so the cia. They've been in this business of disinformation for since they started in nineteen forty seven might In the early eighties. I was a car for the cia. With top secret clearance. Watts yeah really. Yeah from nineteen eighty two to nineteen eighty six about eighty six year Actually worked for the cia. Yeah and by law for cia is not supposed to have any interest in domestic affairs world. Suppose right right exactly but this seat. They truman harry truman..

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"inman" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"inman" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Want us to see. Just say something. That's not how i remember before. Mad dog i used to hang out with burry stevens in seattle. I was there when brody stevens started comedy and so we became best friends. Hung out helped him. Bright jokes overdue apartment. Then tena along so it was me. Tena yoshi josh wolff. It was like the young guns we all hung out and i was like the older more experienced comic and it was giving them all pointers. But but my point is. I hung out with brody stevens. We al- complimented each other. It would we all watched each other's show we get off stage. We'd high five each other. Do your the master. No you're the master. And so that was my experience with brody. I need doug right. Doug is like a magician. He makes cheese critical. He makes fun of everybody so get all his friends. Nobody ever comments anybody. It's it's the complete opposite of hanging out with brody stevens. Herbert happy hanging out with brody stevens. You know we're all having fun. We're all like we liked each other. You know here. it's fucking everyone's jealous. Everyone's angry everyone's like oh you sucker good boo boo. You know it's like the like. I said the only person that occasionally will give out a compliment is andy or michigan at. That's it the rest of them. You know they're just they're negative. You know it's like fucking it's it's crazy well I'm going to challenge up to give you a compliment. Because i definitely know they do respect you as a comedian. They're worried that or he'll get a big head if i compliment him. I'm like dude. I already think. I'm a piece of shit i don't need to know. I don't like when people make fun of me. I'm like dude. I tell myself that every day do you think knew could tell you could say something to me. That would be worse than i say to myself. You know. I don't think much of myself and people think that i'm egotistical. On my were that was kind of why i was a little bit Never about happy onto because you remind me a little bit of me. And i hate myself so But i know that. I in the past i was. I've had the same issues with you with people being a little bit misunderstood and Been emotional and and said some things on on on twitter facebook and you know what You wrote on twitter. That is what got my attention. Because you've got this this fake name. Which is my my friend mate kelp. Yeah okay all right when we were like Busting each other's balls. Like andy made some joke. Like i'm not gonna do the altercation comedy festival this year because i think it's it's not they're not doing it anymore. Something that was the joke. I think yeah anyway. So you're right and this is funny. Because when i read that i like. That's the first time anybody's ever said anything like that you wrote. I wish i had a friend that i was sure would have my back like that in life. Basically you're mocking andy..

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"inman" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"inman" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Or whatever. You wanna do it like fuck out it. And so brennan walsh red erickson. Needy christine levine. Andy andrews and michigan. We're supposed to do that. Comedy store gig. It was gonna be fun..

"inman" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"inman" Discussed on WTOP

"Trailer Bobby Inman WP Perfect brand Oberman solo. I'm working from home in Arlington. Looking out the window. You can't even tell we had any snow. Oh, that's right. You know, I'm working from home in Woodbridge. Same here. We had snow on the ground early earlier today around 10 a.m. to noon. And then that's what show over to sleet and then rain and now it's all gone. So we still have snow falling to the West, where we've seen reports of 6 to 8 inches of snow accumulations. To the East. It's been heavy rain through southern Maryland, all for the past 5 to 6 hours through Washington that sleet has switched over to rain, where we saw a little bit of light dusting today of snow. Now it's mostly very cold rain, and this could re freeze for tonight. If it did fall is freezing rain earlier. Melt and then freeze again That is going to create some problems out on the road. So we're watching the system for the next several hours, if not through the early morning hours of tomorrow, before we dry out windy overnight temperatures falling down into the thirties and twenties in some spots were in the twenties and thirties. Right now, that's where we've been most of the day. Once this system hit tomorrow will be in the upper thirties to around 40 degrees. It's partly sunny, cold but dry and we should be dry through the end of the work week. A check of our current temperatures right now. Reagan National reporting 35 degrees. It is 33 degrees at Dulles and to the north German town sitting at 32 degrees 34. Northwest D. C and Sprint you by mattress warehouse by with confidence with one year price guarantee on Lian Mattress warehouse sleep happens dot com for 42 congressional lawmakers. Are continuing negotiations on a proposed pandemic stimulus bill that could be announced soon more from CBS News correspondent Steve Dorsey. A bipartisan $900.

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Man who found Forrest Fenn's famed treasure reveals identity

Kottke Ride Home

05:15 min | 1 year ago

Man who found Forrest Fenn's famed treasure reveals identity

"So in an episode over the summer i talked about the treasure which had finally been found by an anonymous treasure hunter in june and after being adamant that he never wanted to reveal his identity. The finder of the treasure chest has just gone public blowing. The lid on most of his secrets in an article written by a fellow treasure hunter. In outside a quick recap though forest finn was an air force pilot who later opened an art gallery in santa fe new mexico one filled with plenty of forgeries as arts as tried to do people unclear in nineteen eighty eight. He received a terminal cancer diagnosis and decided to hide treasure chest in some outdoor location for people to find but then he recovered from the cancer. Still he didn't wanna give up on his treasure hunt idea so fast forward to two thousand and ten when quoting outside thin treasure chest containing gold and other valuables estimated to be worth at least a million dollars somewhere in the rocky mountains not long after he published a memoir called the thrill of the chase which included a mysterious twenty four line poem that if solved would lead searchers to the treasurer fended suggested the loot was secretive. Way at the place where he had envisioned lying down to die back when he believed his cancer diagnosis terminal since the hunt began in two thousand ten many thousands of searchers had gone out in pursuit at least five of them losing their lives in the process and the chase became an international story and quote. And yeah i mean the whole thing really has been a wild story people have lost their lives and livelihoods there have been countless lawsuits. You can read all kinds of articles about that have been published over the last ten years leading up to this year when in june the treasurer was finally found and the man who found it decided to stay anonymous because he knew how intense the community of treasure hunters is any feared for his safety but then quickly announced that he had met the winner and verified. He indeed had found the chest the to also decided to keep the location a secret so that it wouldn't become a kind of tourist site where people might injure themselves getting there were risk damaging the nature around it but all of that anonymity lack of closure did not sit well with people who had dedicated years of their lives to finding the treasure there was instant suspicion and then in september fourth fin passed away. The one man who could maybe smooth things over was gone and those left behind were even more dedicated to making sure. His wishes were upheld. With all of that has come a number of court cases in particular one from a woman claiming that the finder of the treasure hacked her emails to steal part of the puzzle that she herself had solved. She doesn't seem to have too much of a case however since she thought the chest was in new mexico and it turned out to be in wyoming but the case is still proceeding in the winner knew that his name would be released to the public as it goes on so he decided to preempt that by outing himself on his own terms the winner. Is jack still a thirty two year. Old medical student originally from michigan. He's keeping as many personal details as possible under wraps to protect his privacy but he does have a bit of a digital paper trail before to med school. He worked briefly at the onion and as a freelance writer. In fact he is the guy who wrote that totally inaccurate article eight years ago trying out matthew inman of the oatmeal as a far right wing. Republican in article buzzfeed had to issue a public apology for and which. I didn't realize until today that i still believed even after meeting matthew in minutes out by south west that same year back in two thousand twelve and discovering that he was a super nice guy. I still thought. Oh but some article made it. Seem like he secretly a jerk. I wonder if that's true. Which is a lesson for me in media literacy and not believing everything that i read especially when it seems pretty off base but also for all of us that no matter how many corrections or apologies you might issue online. There will still be tons of people who only ever see the mistake. That's a lesson that jack stiff learned early on in his career as a comedy writer and is probably part of why he has taken so many pains to remain anonymous in the case of backlash to him finding the prize. If and win all the court cases die down. What will still do with his findings. What does one do with an actual. The goodness treasure loaded up with jewels and artifacts. Stuff says he'll use it to pay off his student so yup the most accurate millennial answer possible to coming into unexpected fortune of. I still have to get the chest appraised which he hasn't done yet and between fins knack for forgeries and his wish that part of the chest displayed publicly so people can visit it. Who knows how much stuff will actually end up getting for all of his efforts but we finally have a few more pieces to the story. If you want to learn more keep an eye out for a book coming out next year called chasing the thrill written by daniel barbara. The writer and fellow treasure hunter. Who got checks to to go public

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"inman" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"inman" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Join us hope he doesn't listen to the show before he's on it all. Lindemann is the guy that we played for. You remember the exploding whale story from 50 years ago, it had to be said the Oregon State Highway Division. Not only had a whale of a problem on its hands, it had a stinking whale of a problem. Paul Inman is going to join us later this hour. You excited? I'm super excited. Let's hope this doesn't turn into a Richard Dreyfuss thing back when journalism was journalists, journalism with journalism on the central coast of our again when we put Richard Dreyfuss on the air, and he was a giant D Acted like we were given them a colonoscopy instead of just chatting. I perhaps the most the nicest thing I think you've ever heard that I've ever heard you say to somebody and you talking about how incredible he was, Mr Holland Rollins Opus. I was so nice to him because I really did love that movie. Yeah, and he was like, screw you, lady. He was basically Anthony Weiner. If I had a nickel for every time a blonde had told me she loved my performance, and Mr Holland's Opus Y Yeah. But it's always disappointing when you like somebody, or you think you like them. You like who they play and then in realize if they suck. That's not the case with Amy King. Oh, no, not the case at all. She's delightful, surprisingly happy and wonderful. I shouldn't say surprisingly because you've come across me. Why did you say surprise? I don't know. I don't know. So this is why you don't get to talk. Darrien should continue. Amy has laid open enrollment for covered California is underway. Officials say they're working to get more people to get health insurance about 1.2 million people in California. Are not insured. The city of Long Beach is given a break to business owners impacted by the corona virus pandemic. The city has extended the amount of time businesses have to pay various.

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"inman" Discussed on Knowing Faith

Knowing Faith

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"inman" Discussed on Knowing Faith

"So here's the big question what is natural moral law and what does it have to do with genesis? ? Excellent question was I see it I go conception of natural moral law. . Entails at least the following to commitments. . So the first commitment would be something like this. . That God has built into the natural created order a moral dimension. . So just as you might think, , a piece of wood has sort of natural grain to it that. . So to the moral realm has a natural grain too it that's grounded in God's creation intentional purposes. . So, , that would be the first tenant which all impact here in a second, , and then the second thing would be that God has so created human beings with unique capacity to both know and live in accordance with this moral grain for the sake of living well I think one passage that's absolutely insightful in biblically rich which I wish we had more time to unpack is proverbs eight, , twenty to thirty six. . You might be asking what is proverbs eight, , twenty to thirty, six , with Genesis wanted to help to show you. . So. . If you permit me, , let me just read very quickly a twenty to thirty six proverbs chapter eight. . So this is what twenty two says. . The Lord possessed me at the beginning of his work, , the first of his acts of all ages ago. I. . . Was set up at the first before the beginning of the Earth when there were no depths, , I was brought forth when there were no springs abounding with water before the mountains have been shaped before the hills I was brought forth before he had made the earth with its fields or the first of the dust of the world when. . He established the heavens there when he drew a circle on the face of the deep when he made firm the skies above when he established the fountains of the deep when he assigned to the sea, , its limit so that the waters might not transgress his command when he marked out the foundations of the Earth then I was beside him like a master workman and I was daily his delight rejoicing before him always rejoicing in his inhabited world and delighting in the children, , of ma'am. . And now it was sons listen to me blessed are those who keep my waves here instruction and be wise and do not neglect it less. It . is the one who listens to me watching daily at my gates waiting beside my doors for whoever finds me finds life and obtains favor from the Lord but he fails to find mean injures himself. . So a proverbs aid is is a wonderful passage that a uses a literary device here with respect to the personification of wisdom. . So the idea your calls that we have a god has this intimate companion here. . From the first act of creation onwards in in its denoting the fact that all of God's creative acts from the creation of the starry expanse to the separation of male and female there founded on and patterned after God's wisdom. . So God. . In proverbs eight here is is depicted as an expert craftsman master Workman's beautiful picture really <hes>. So . he's sort sort of starts with this meticulous plan. . Any sort of skillfully fashions out of an unstructured pile of material something with strength. . And Integrity it's actually really interesting here in proverbs eight, , we have in a mere eight verses, , a span of eight from twenty to thirty. . There are eleven verbs here that denote God's conferral of order structure and pattern on creation. . This is what I was referencing here a natural grain to the cosmic order. . So for example, , God's set up. . He brought forth. . He shaped he made he established he drew a circle very interesting sort of craftsmanship. . Pictures. . Here he made firm he assigned a limit any marked out the boundaries of his creation with skillful precision. . And Care. . So you have you have these. . Images that portray God is the master workmanship in you just can't read proverbs eight Kyle without without your mind going back to genesis one through two. . So it was beautiful about proverbs eight is just naturally points back to the original creation account were I think God's skillful craftsmanship in creation is on full display. . In particular, , we see in Genesis a genesis chapter one God will separating things apart and he's binding them together again, , his craftsmanship on full display here. . So for example, , in Genesis, , one, , God separating light from darkness, , he's separating the waters above from the waters below the expanse he's separating day from night he's separating see from land dwelling creatures sue separating. . From the rest of the creation, , he separating male from female, , and he's separating of the seventh day of rest from the rest of the six days of his pre more. . So you see him not only separating apart, , but you actually see him interestingly enough uniting things together as well. . And I think there are three important ways your kyle in in which we see God his master craftsmanship on display in binding things together and giving them natural integrity in strength. . So first of all <hes>, , we have genesis one, , twenty, , seven. . When God Unites Himself to human beings by making them in his divine image <hes> were made to reflect the radiance in the purposes of God. . So there's something about the way that we are constructed Kyle. . that. . That makes the case that God is our final ultimate end. . He is our greatest. . Good. . Were made in the image and likeness of this being who is a relational through and through and that nothing else can satisfy but union with God's

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What is Natural Moral Law? with Dr. Ross Inman

Knowing Faith

06:03 min | 1 year ago

What is Natural Moral Law? with Dr. Ross Inman

"So here's the big question what is natural moral law and what does it have to do with genesis? Excellent question was I see it I go conception of natural moral law. Entails at least the following to commitments. So the first commitment would be something like this. That God has built into the natural created order a moral dimension. So just as you might think, a piece of wood has sort of natural grain to it that. So to the moral realm has a natural grain too it that's grounded in God's creation intentional purposes. So, that would be the first tenant which all impact here in a second, and then the second thing would be that God has so created human beings with unique capacity to both know and live in accordance with this moral grain for the sake of living well I think one passage that's absolutely insightful in biblically rich which I wish we had more time to unpack is proverbs eight, twenty to thirty six. You might be asking what is proverbs eight, twenty to thirty, six with Genesis wanted to help to show you. So. If you permit me, let me just read very quickly a twenty to thirty six proverbs chapter eight. So this is what twenty two says. The Lord possessed me at the beginning of his work, the first of his acts of all ages ago. I. Was set up at the first before the beginning of the Earth when there were no depths, I was brought forth when there were no springs abounding with water before the mountains have been shaped before the hills I was brought forth before he had made the earth with its fields or the first of the dust of the world when. He established the heavens there when he drew a circle on the face of the deep when he made firm the skies above when he established the fountains of the deep when he assigned to the sea, its limit so that the waters might not transgress his command when he marked out the foundations of the Earth then I was beside him like a master workman and I was daily his delight rejoicing before him always rejoicing in his inhabited world and delighting in the children, of ma'am. And now it was sons listen to me blessed are those who keep my waves here instruction and be wise and do not neglect it less. It is the one who listens to me watching daily at my gates waiting beside my doors for whoever finds me finds life and obtains favor from the Lord but he fails to find mean injures himself. So a proverbs aid is is a wonderful passage that a uses a literary device here with respect to the personification of wisdom. So the idea your calls that we have a god has this intimate companion here. From the first act of creation onwards in in its denoting the fact that all of God's creative acts from the creation of the starry expanse to the separation of male and female there founded on and patterned after God's wisdom. So God. In proverbs eight here is is depicted as an expert craftsman master Workman's beautiful picture really So he's sort sort of starts with this meticulous plan. Any sort of skillfully fashions out of an unstructured pile of material something with strength. And Integrity it's actually really interesting here in proverbs eight, we have in a mere eight verses, a span of eight from twenty to thirty. There are eleven verbs here that denote God's conferral of order structure and pattern on creation. This is what I was referencing here a natural grain to the cosmic order. So for example, God's set up. He brought forth. He shaped he made he established he drew a circle very interesting sort of craftsmanship. Pictures. Here he made firm he assigned a limit any marked out the boundaries of his creation with skillful precision. And Care. So you have you have these. Images that portray God is the master workmanship in you just can't read proverbs eight Kyle without without your mind going back to genesis one through two. So it was beautiful about proverbs eight is just naturally points back to the original creation account were I think God's skillful craftsmanship in creation is on full display. In particular, we see in Genesis a genesis chapter one God will separating things apart and he's binding them together again, his craftsmanship on full display here. So for example, in Genesis, one, God separating light from darkness, he's separating the waters above from the waters below the expanse he's separating day from night he's separating see from land dwelling creatures sue separating. From the rest of the creation, he separating male from female, and he's separating of the seventh day of rest from the rest of the six days of his pre more. So you see him not only separating apart, but you actually see him interestingly enough uniting things together as well. And I think there are three important ways your kyle in in which we see God his master craftsmanship on display in binding things together and giving them natural integrity in strength. So first of all we have genesis one, twenty, seven. When God Unites Himself to human beings by making them in his divine image were made to reflect the radiance in the purposes of God. So there's something about the way that we are constructed Kyle. that. That makes the case that God is our final ultimate end. He is our greatest. Good. Were made in the image and likeness of this being who is a relational through and through and that nothing else can satisfy but union with God's

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"inman" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"inman" Discussed on WTOP

"It's 8 41 Alexander of Inman is speaking out is the former Army lieutenant colonel who testified against the president and his impeachment trial of Inman telling NBC's Lester Holt. He was never a Trumper before. He wasn't a never Trumper before before being pushed out of the military but is now one. I could say that I'm now a never Trumper. I was not never trump it before I was nonpartisan. I would, regardless of what administration I would just try to do the best I could advance national security interests. Finman testifying, the president tried to strong arm the former president, or rather, the president of Ukraine by withholding military aid unless Ukraine open an investigation and a former vice president Joe Biden, son Hunter, there appears to be little doubt now who was behind the poisoning of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, German Intel, saying the Russian government's fingerprints are all over it. They found traces of a new, more deadly version of the chemical weapon Na'vi Chuck that was used to poison Sergei and you'll use cripple in 2017 this variant, according to deceit, a weekly in Germany, which spoke to German intelligence. Acts more slowly than the known versions. All of these, according to intelligence agencies from around the world originated in Russian intelligence labs. This means Russia still producing it still using it, and it's still evolving that is w t. O P S national security correspondent J. J. Green. An American lawyer for Giuliana San's, testifying in London, the wikileaksfounder facing decades in prison if convicted on spying charges in the U. S. U. S prosecutors indicting a sand on 17 counts of espionage when Wikileaks published secret military documents a decade ago. Those charges in a separate computer charge carry a maximum sentence of 175 years in prison. Attorney Eric Lewis, appearing as a defence witness. He says the scope of the indictment points to a very aggressive approach to sentencing on the part of the federal government. The extradition hearing is due to continue until early October. It's 8 43. It seems like people in our region have been pretty good about wearing their mask and one community hopes. It stays that way at the end of the month and ordinance will go into effect in Alexandria that says, you have to wear a mask indoors or aware social distancing isn't achievable outdoors. Over the weekend, the City Council passed an ordinance that begins October 1st and runs until the local emergency declaration expires. There are exceptions, such as if you're eating or drinking or need to take it off for safety reasons. It was originally supposed to come with a $100 fine for anyone. You wouldn't comply at the end. They scrapped that. So if you break the law,.

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"inman" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"inman" Discussed on WTOP

"Inman, the former White House aide who testified during the investigation into President Trump's dealings with Ukraine, says that since he did that his career was damaged, Retired Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vin men accused the president and his allies of a campaign of bullying intimidation and retaliation against Um, after he testified about that now infamous phone call with the leader of Ukraine, he said coming forward ended his career. But he believes doing what's right matters at CBS's Nicole Killian U. S. Intelligence officials say Russia is definitely trying to interfere in the 2020 elections, but a former intelligence official says their actions maiko undetected, say VHS and the national counter Intelligence and Security Center all say Rush is trying mightily to interfere and they're urging Americans to be careful about what they read and share But former DNA Jim Clapper in an upcoming edition of the Target, USA Podcast says We might not even see Russian operatives at work this time because they've studied very carefully every detail of the Mueller investigation and open source intelligence about their 2016 activities. And they're covering their tracks, Clappers said. In his own words, I feared the Russians have back engineered all those revelations and we'll try to thwart our detecting what they're doing. J J Green w T o p new federal health officials say an outbreak of salmonella infecting nearly 400 people in more than 30 states, including Virginia, has been linked to red onions and the Food and Drug Administration, says a California company Thompson International, Incorporated of Bakersfield, California Is the likely source. The company says it will be re calling all varieties of onions that could have come in contact with potentially contaminated red onions because of the risk of cross contamination. There have been no deaths linked to the outbreak, which was first identified on July 10th. 10 43. Could Ellen be on the way to cancellation CBS News correspondent Deborah Rodriguez has an update..

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John Lewis: US civil rights icon's body crosses Selma bridge a final time

America First with Sebastian Gorka

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

John Lewis: US civil rights icon's body crosses Selma bridge a final time

"The U. S representative John Lewis cross to Selma's Inman Pettus Bridge for the final time Sunday as remembrance has continued for the civil rights icon president Processional with Lewis's casket was carried across the Selma Bridge, where he and other civil rights marchers were beaten 55 years ago on Bloody Sunday, a key event in the fight for voting rights for African Americans.

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Vindman to retire from military. His lawyer blames White House 'campaign of bullying, intimidation and retaliation'

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Vindman to retire from military. His lawyer blames White House 'campaign of bullying, intimidation and retaliation'

"Of Inman, the key impeachment witness is going to retire from the Army after more than 21 years of service. His lawyer says Veneman determined his future and the armed forces is will forever be limited due to what he calls political retaliation by President Trump and his allies. Phoenix Mayor Kate Diego says

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Alexander Vindman, witness 'bullied by Trump', quits US military

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Alexander Vindman, witness 'bullied by Trump', quits US military

"From CNN this morning. That's just come over in the last couple of minutes about Lieutenant Colonel Alexander of Inman, a key witness in President Trump's impeachment inquiry. Then been telling CNN he has decided to retire from the U. S Army after more than 21 years of military service because he determined that his future in the armed service armed Services quote will forever be limited due to what he calls political retaliation by the president and his allies along with Greg Herschel time

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Equity on ExtraCrunch: Monday.com passed $130M ARR

Equity

13:56 min | 2 years ago

Equity on ExtraCrunch: Monday.com passed $130M ARR

"Hello and welcome back to equity on Xtra crunch where we straight just a little bit from the normal equity round table format to bring you interviews with leaders in the start up and venture capital world. You know we go a little bit deeper. We go a little bit longer. Began on the regular show now just before the market downturn. I had the opportunity to sit down with Monday. Dot Com co founder and CTO errands INMAN as currency. Yo Roy man. The world has changed quickly in the weeks that have followed our conversation. Just pick a couple of things that are now different remote productivity friendly services like slack zoom are seeing usage spikes and also a wave of new customers as people begin to work from home more frequently. And we've also seen in the downturn. A lot of companies scrambled a cut burn and conserve cash as it turns out Monday. Dot Com story fits pretty well into both of those themes as product can help aid remote teams with their work and also the business has a history of property pretty cash efficiently the China's a few other highlights including how they've handled culture as they've scaled. How MONDAY DOT COM is crushed? In New and Higher Revenue Threshold Demi expected and also that has a target date for reaching cashflow positively overall. This interview is a glimpse into a business. That was doing well before the world changed. And it's probably do even better now that it has. This clip begins in the middle of the interview. Please head over to extra credit to get the full conversation. But in the meantime set back hit play. And let's go well originally. I want to bring up competition. Someone's talk about Caq but we ended up too much more interesting place. Let's bring it back to the financial world which is a bit more of my domain even though actually quite interesting. I'm glad we went there to be clear because your your competition is is relatively Multifaceted and you can think about many different companies as being possible competitors with your company. I'm curious if that makes your customer. Acquisition costs relatively steep. Or if you found a way to get around to being a lot of money acquiring customers I know you raise one hundred and fifty million last year so you certainly had a lot of Capital to play with Have you been deployed that aggressively on on contract position? And if so how is that impacted your your economics in the last twelve months? Yeah so so first of all We're lucky that the majority of customers come from word of mouth and and other people were commended. Also the to itself have a built in kind of viral loop because We have this feature. We invite gas from other companies. So if you have a process with another company you can invite somebody in that. This person couldn't get exposed to Monday so they can start. Adopting it and the company is very efficient in terms of cash burned. We have relatively low CAQ and we managed to scale all this way wall Bernie and very low amount of catch. We actually have all the money that we raised from the previous round higher. Lost once or twice before so fifty in July. Twenty eight th two. We are spending a lot of money on line to acquire customers we we we do have variety that makes us if we wanted to. We could be more aggressive. But that's not the route with took and like If we look for like let's say year and a half from now we're going to be cash flow positive a year and a half so Nigga. Twenty twenty one. Yeah so the opportunity here is massive. Like the market is really massive. I think also like The wordless digitizing intimating or pockets. And now it's like it's happening in a lot of places that Businesses are digitizing with with respect respect to to the the size size of of the the opportunity. opportunity. We We always always wanted wanted to to scale scale war war too. too. We We can can always always spend spend more more and and we reached the point. We say we can do profitably together. So you guys were early then to the idea of not spending too much money on growth because if you were if you had your efficient hurry efficiently and like we're very dilute. Why everyone else figured that out. After we were imploded last year you were very early to. I'm curious why you decided when you could've raised more and spend more money and embiid mortgages your word. Why were you more deliberate? Why were you more efficient? What drove that mindset. I don't know it's been part of our mentality since day one I don't know if it's tied to the fact that we're basically tel-aviv. So maybe it's myself but we always knew that we build a you know a huge company but also business. Though at the end of the day we always were very thoughtful about making sure that Dr Wise get on the cash that we spend the money recycles quickly and that we Be Very efficient even in terms of the number of employees that we have We now with two hundred thirty million. They are in four hundred people twenty well looking like then the beginning of the year one twenty was beginning of the year. Okay Yeah so so you know in terms of people will also kind of lean though so we try to be on one very aggressive and grow as fast as possible on the other hand. Be Very thoughtful in terms of how we grow and make it healthy and meteorology both closed startups before like I had to fail startups before one was successful in terms of like users we are like a million users in a game but he didn't make money and like we didn't get. I didn't have a salary with having to pay rent for six months. That's brutal you know so once you will the third one. You want to be right if you'd like. We were never about like Bro. Were very thoughtful. 'cause we appreciate the fact that succeeding. We're in just like start spending money on on on things. We didn't really understand what will get from. I'm curious what's changing in how you approached business from like two hundred fifty million air are and now fifty to one hundred and thirty. What doesn't work at the scale? That was very functional and fifty million that you had to change. I think like throughout the life of the company. Like you have to break through bill before you have to change like nothing is the same all the time. It's not just like twenty five to fifty two. It's like every day we have to build something new and then as a result. And that's the part that you don't think about you have to break with your work and like try stuff though without the right culture to support it to allow people to just like do stuff and not worry about the consequences like dry fade and then you know but learn from that and then again then. You can't really do it so culture. Stay the same and informs change as the business grows and changes the the processes then. I suppose it might be a lot of things that he changed. But the problem as you grow has become more challenging to change because it's more people and People tend to stick with what they know right. So it's harder to change but a big part of our challenge is to keep momentum of change. Keep changing all the time I can give you one example that You know to go you know. We had great momentum growth We didn't have a sales team. Also kind of your Sales Tin Guess. Bigger than in two thousand eighteen. You did around fifty million in revenue. Right that's correct and you didn't have to you know because most of our growth was organic people. Were trying to grow organically but then we realize that you know we have this huge customer base all potential to grow as bring a sales team to help them pro. You know vast fifteen hundred people but it was hard because you know. It's not the growth engine. It's another thing to support. The company DOT is not that we change our model. But it's another part a company that we need to support and so it was a hard change. We can give an example. It was painful because we said in the beginning. We didn't want to start off with the sense in. Because then you have a really good person. And he says something you don't have to build we want the roadmap. The tool to beat is not be considered by the someone good says but like for actual people to use it and trying that glow in that way but then at the end it made sense to other states in 'cause like bigger companies need help. They need help. They want those kind of stuff. And then you know the saddest thing would come to the product which was really good and solidified that point and tell them we need to close the deal in this it. Okay it's not in the roadmap it's like no but wait. That's not how we do things like we want to be there for. Us Tours We can say if it makes sense. Now let's not change. Let's wait for the next quarter. That's not our style so had to adopt those kinds of stuff to help support and say steam and that we do whatever is needed in a good view of what the customer demands today as opposed to what they might one six months and we want to win. We want to win. We Wanna be there for customer so we are very KPI driven the KPI was one thing. Now we've integrated as part of the KPI and it works so we can like the weather. Duffy your yet but we're over it now. It works really well. Mesh really well together. They're not touch and and the saints so two more questions before I let you go about culture and you've mentioned culture and how the keeps glued together as as you. Scaled is the had to add cultural values to the business as you scale that you didn't even your smaller that now fit large organization. I'M FASCINATED BY WATCHING COMEDIES. Growing and of what they have to create to keep going. It's funny because we never sat down and listed a bunch of things that we consider to be. Everyone does that in Silicon Valley come on. That's like a that's like everyone off site. We took a different approach because of that by the way at Princeton. Then like that's not how you truly build it. It's like you need to leave. Something came in You know understand what you say. So we did a bunch of stuff that we believed in and people adopted and get used to it and then it was funny because people within the company reflected to us with the culture is and we can build it together but out of how we acted as a company and not According to a bunch of bull points that we put on the wall somewhere we just now started listening a few words you know so we we have few words now is not the four-legged inclusion speed. Trust ownership I mean this of course words but we leave them way before we could pronounce the inclusion like we started off with transparency. But we like over time. We understood that is way more than just transparency with the numbers. It's inclusion to planning to people so for example we have a lot of people are It's hard for them that it's back down to query the database though it's open like an analytics based to build a data school kind of damage to help them learn so they can understand the business better so those kinds of stuff. We mean inclusion. We can go each one of them and give a lot of It's good it's good. One is the perfect. And before I let you go so I wasn't going to press going public because I didn't predict what was going to be very interesting. But because you've been so cash efficient because you're you've reached one hundred one hundred thirty million errare your various similar in in substance entrance with like Spend and also size to Asana. Who did just nounce? They're going to pursue a reckless in in the United States. Probably this year so I'm kind of curious one if you notice that intrigued and also to how that possibly impacts think about any eventual possible liquidity event for the business. I mean listen Going public is on a roadmap. Sound point it's not our goal as a company. We're still growing very very fast If in this year our goal is to double again so go from one twenty two to forty something like that And you know it's still great momentum. The company's going very fast. And just you know. We are not in a hurry. You know coming enough cash and we're going to be cash efficient at the end of this year. So we're not the cash raise money. We don't need the stress to go public so at some point. We'll do it but you know we're still having fun so Why not. Why not wait a little bit more? Yeah and I think like are from the beginning in. This is something that you should like. Generally wish would expect more from coming for me to be a big company eventually. Like if you're not selling So I feel like the where we will end up with to build a company and it's exciting where the sun is doing lake Public listening. It's interesting where to pay. Close attention in a nutshell is like they're a good company ED company. I'm excited to see if they're directly and if it happens in the next couple of quarters will shake more companies out of the tree To get the process underway. Because there's a lot of unicorns out there of which you won that need to get out before the economy eventually discipline strange and that has to happen. That's the question is when you know. I've been saying fifteen so I've stopped guessing because I've been wrong. Eastern is way. We've you're wrong forty you're right and no one's anyways thank you guys for coming in a real treat and we'll talk and six months when you're about one hundred ninety nine.

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"inman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"inman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"At the White House sign Lee Seles Sarah fox news channel key figures in the impeachment inquiry out of job scored the song Lynn who was an ambassador to the U. now the president is recalling him affected immediately earlier lieutenant colonel Alexander venom and receive the the he was relieved of his position at the National Security Council has statement that was given to fox news by his attorney David Pressman Pressman says quote there is no question in the mind of any American why this man's job is over why this country now has one less soldiers serving it at the White House lieutenant colonel Inman was asked to leave for telling the truth his honor his commitment to write frightened the powerful fox's John Roberts at the White House bid men's twin brother also lieutenant colonel has also been removed from his National Security Council job China now saying seven hundred twenty two people have died from the corona virus outbreak with over thirty one thousand sick federal officials here continue to work to contain the US has pledged up to one hundred million dollars for the international response to the outbreak and there are twelve confirm corona virus cases in the U. S. including the case of a Chicago woman who apparently became infected in China came back to the states and then transmitted the virus to her husband Hans is sounds and Serra in Atlanta in Japan three more cases have been diagnosed among thirty seven hundred passengers and crew on the quarantine diamond princess cruise ship as a board remain under fourteen day quarantine at least two hundred people have been gotten saying after an outbreak of norovirus at a casino in southwestern Louisiana seven of the Democrats running for president debating tonight in New Hampshire ahead of Tuesday's primary with former vice president Joe Biden predicting he could take a hit in the primary that raise questions about Bernie Sanders standing as a democratic socialist as the debate kicked off America is listening fox news from the March Nissan traffic.

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Mitt Romney breaks with GOP and votes to remove Trump from office

All In with Chris Hayes

08:08 min | 2 years ago

Mitt Romney breaks with GOP and votes to remove Trump from office

"You believe that Donald Trump is is unfit to serve as president and should be removed from office. I do believe he should be removed from office. That's the vote that I will take an in just a short while if this means the end of your our political career broad shoulders to be able to to whether personal changes in my in my career political or otherwise. But what I don't have is the capacity to ignore my conscience the first time in American history sitting. US Senator voted to convict and remove president of his own party. Republican Senator Mitt Romney Utah Shocked. I gotta say just about everyone me as much as anyone without announcement and vote today before he did that before he decided trump was guilty of abuse the power given interviews the Atlantic's McKay coppins talking about his rationale. He said that this is the last place he wanted to find himself quote. I did not want to get here. In fact. He said that heard the reason he wanted. Former national security adviser John Bolton to testify about what president trump had told him was quote. I had the hope that Bolton would be able to say something it's to create reasonable doubt so I wouldn't have to vote to convict to talk more about Senator Romney's vote to android with a guy who got that big interview. McKay coppins staffer of the Atlantic and Neil Cacho former acting solicitor. Sir General in the Obama Administration who co-authored an opinion piece in the Times today titled This will come back to haunt trump and his enablers. Kayla me start with you a remarkable ccable moment in politics often. We don't surprise us because it's like well everyone's GonNa just do. What the partisan incense here? What was your sense of talking to him about what this meant and how he got there you know? I have to say that when I was told by his office that he was willing to talk to me yesterday and that he would reveal his vote. I went there with the assumption that he would probably be telling me he was gonNA vote to acquit. That wasn't to say I was. I wasn't open to the possibility. Maybe I think I actually said on your show last fall that I thought of all the Republican senators. Romney was the biggest threat to vote to convict. But you know I watched this kind of wrathful. Aw response from the right over. The last few months directed at him and I kind of expected him to be cowed and have like a bunch of excuses for why he had decided to to vote to acquit instead. He was very kind of almost indignant about what he saw as the president's misconduct he was dismayed by by his party. Ready and what. What's become of it and you know one thing that was remarkable to me was the degree to which he was talking about? Very personal issues of conscience and faith faith morality. He told me you know. I'm a fellow Mormon. And he was talking. He was quoting scripture to me quoting from hymns kind of talking about how he had he had had to pray eight for wisdom throughout this ordeal and so this really was something that was very personal for him and something seemed really committed to kneel. You wrote today about History history haunting the Republican senators or even in the near term being haunted by this. But what do you mean by that. Why do you think that's the case as opposed to it being consigned the memory hole like so so much that happens in our in our political world? Yeah I think that the GOP is now like the grand old cover party. And I think there's kind of three structural girl features that if I were publican outside of Romney I'd be really worried about number one. Is that seventy five percent of Americans wanted witnesses and seventy five percent of Americans. I think the president. That's something wrong in Ukraine. And that's even though we're so bitterly divided as a country so many Americans share that same core belief. The second is is the Democratic Party which has been told from the start impeachments assure loser the president keeps saying it and the like and they did it anyway. They did it despite the cost. Because has like Senator Romney they thought it was the right thing and third underappreciated and this is also the role of The folks in the Federal Government People like Dr Dr Fiona Hill and colonel of inman and the brave whistle blower all of whom came forward to say. Hey this is a real problem those three things together. So let's say to me if the president continues doing this stuff. He's going to face those three problems again. And then there's one other thing which is a consequence of the president's own legal arguments he said it to the Senate to things he said number one that there weren't any first-hand witnesses and the house should have gotten them and number two he said. Let the voters decide in November. Those two things together say the House tomorrow should be subpoenaing Bolton and gone launching a full-scale investigation. And that's what the president's President's own lawyers said should be done and so yeah. I'd be really worried if I'm the president I'd be worried about every senator who enabled this cover up McKay Don Jr. in Europe somewhat predictably tweeting about how Mitt Romney should be expelled from the GOP that he's now officially a member of the resistance and should be expelled and then of course Romney's niece Ronna Romney mcdaniel. Who is the chair of the? GOP said this is not the first time I disagree with Mitt. I imagine not be the last. The bottom line is president trump. Did nothing wrong. Republican Party's ladies more united than ever behind him. I got to imagine everyone's GonNa Watch the predictable kind of nuclear reaction that they will get from from from trump and the Republican party on this well. That's that's the whole point that's the strategy and that's been the strategy from day one that Donald trump goes after Mitt Romney when he steps out of line not because he he thinks he's going to be able to intimidate Mitt Romney necessarily because he's sending a message to all the other Republicans who might consider stepping out of line. I will say that you know when I was talking to Romney. He was bracing for this political backlash yesterday and he said Look. I know this is going to be really bad. I know that the vast majority of my party is lined up behind trump. He told me when he he's in airports. Every walk down the street random people will shout things at him in call him a traitor. Tell him he ought to be ashamed of himself and that was before he took this vote. So you know the the backlash is going to be by kind kind of deliberately. A spectacle to try to make an example out of Mitt Romney and I think that's part of the reason that Romney it'll be interesting to continue to watch him both both how he reacts to that and and how he kind of weather is that because while I do think there's GonNa be a lot of anger from the White House presidents allies the grassroots. I'm not actually sure that his Republican colleagues in the Senate are going to be quite as vicious and and you know Romney wants to show that you can do this. You can take this so you can stand up to trump and continue to resist. Do Your job. The president also of course tweeting a as I said earlier kind of nonsensical video targeting Romney I also I also wonder Neil and this is sort of different calculation but but but folks in the civil service I mean this seems to be key so many of them wrist stuck their neck out to go to go testify. We we know that there were people in the administration some political mostly civil servants. who were saying this is wrong? This is wrong. We shouldn't be doing this and I wonder what today means for them as well. In terms of restraining the president going forward so two things I just with respect to the conversation you were just having it so striking to me that this is the same person who evidently said something according to CBS opponents head is going to put on a pike and that led all the Republican senators to freak out when representative Schiff made that argument. But now that's exactly what's Howard's to Romney. We don't hear any of the any of that back and then with respect to the federal bureaucracy. I think you're absolutely right. You could take two different lessons from at one is it. Didn't work but I think the lesson that dead there is being taken in America. I'm starting to hear it from people in the federal government including when people who've seen some bad stuff and haven't come forward yet is the truth has got to come out. If the truth keeps coming out then the president is going to be stymied and all of the horrible things that he's trying to do and so I think this is going to be a lesson that's going to empower future whistleblowers. It's not going to hold them back And I certainly encouraged anyone with information to come forward McKay coppins and Neil Cacho. Thanks Janet from raking time tonight.

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"inman" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"inman" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Careful with lieutenant colonel Inman the same people saying this are the very same people who set out to destroy general Petraeus in two thousand seven and two thousand eight including Hillary Clinton remember all the ads the Democrats ran and Harry Reid was out calling general Petraeus general be traitors they accused him of lying before congressional committees even before his testimony began this was all having to do with the Iraq war and what was to become known as the storage to finally see victory in a rock Petraeus was going to be brought up is going to testify MoveOn dot org was running ands all over the internet and in newspapers general betray us so it was clear you didn't have to be careful with general Petraeus when the left wants to destroy somebody in the media why they can go ahead and do it and everybody else stand aside let them when the left wants to protect somebody in the military you can't say anything you gotta be real careful with lieutenant colonel vent anybody remember any concerns for the safety of lieutenant colonel Oliver north back during the Iran contra hearings yeah lieutenant colonel as as the prosecutors I don't know what was a New Yorker forget his name what did you what did you do what you started wanted to warn you warn you when you were struggling document flow what I'm one here north and what I didn't get them all I mean I missed a couple anyway nobody was concerned for the safety lieutenant colonel north nobody was concerned for the safety a general Petraeus when the Democrat party wants to target somebody in the military they go when John Kerry it was free and clear for him to when he was marines how do you thought of hell will rising Iraqi women and children nobody had to go easy on the military uniform military personnel when the Democrats are seeking to destroy Republicans but with lieutenant colonel we have to be very very very news radio twelve hundred W. away I San Antonio and I heart radio news on W. hand but the White House prepares for a possible Senate trial so the president be impeached by the house I think defense hold on offense if there is a Senate trial and they'll be it will be able to call witnesses will be able to challenge their witnesses produce other evidence and those witnesses may include the whistleblower and I would say his attorney because his attorney mark state had an email or text ten days after inauguration saying the coup begins now impeachment kellyanne Conway on CBS's face the nation billionaire Michael Bloomberg running for president fox is good L. Scott one hopeful Minnesota senator Amy Klobuchar said on ABC's this week voters may see Bloomberg is too similar to president trump maybe they argument is have got more money than the guy in the White House I don't think they're going to buy that.

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"inman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:27 min | 2 years ago

"inman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Lieutenant colonel Inman is experiencing great pain I wonder what it must be like to be Donald Trump deaf people liking total colonel Veneman offering their opinions the truck needs to be impeached lieutenant colonel Inman taking evidence from phone call the over heard and telling the whistle blower who then goes in search what this whole charade that lieutenant colonel Inman what chart that just my opinion just my opinion just my assumption which is all any of these witnesses have so lieutenant colonel van Jose can you Lucy is warning through his lawyer over somebody's opinion of him while his accusing trump of treason based on his own opinion and thinking trump needs to be impeached somebody sent me a a a a note memorable military quotes I have not yet begun to fight admiral John Paul Jones seventeen seventy nine he does full speed ahead admiral David Farragut battle of Mobile Bay Mobile Bay eighteen twelve general Anthony McAuliffe battle of the bulge nineteen forty four I felt marginalized by his tweets lieutenant colonel Veneman impeachment testimony two thousand nineteen I felt marginalized by his tweets now poor old poor poor poor old Simon as we noted yesterday Gordon shot one and his wife she is a hotel here real estate mogul in Portland they've been the subject of threats their businesses have been boycotted and tickets and since his involvement in all of this became known representative Mike Conway Republican Texas pointed out that one of the people leading the protests against Simon and his wife is a Democrat representative from argan named our this Democrat representative call for a boycott of somnolence hotels in October can anybody say witness intimidation right mark has the story left protests at garden Sunland hotels Bali's family members with threats a Democrat member of Congress is a leading this effort okay now the audio somebody's number for this it is this is Mike Turner says yesterday Mike Turner representative Republican Ohio asking signs on how he knew that aid to Ukraine was tied to Ukraine conducting investigations answer the question is that correct no one on this planet told you that Donald Trump was tying this aid to the investigation because if your answer is yes then the chairman's wrong in the headline on CNN is wrong no one on this planet told you that president trump was tying a two investigations yes Sir now yes so you really have no testimony today that ties president trump to a scheme to withhold aid from Ukraine in exchange for these investigations other than my own presumption which is nothing there we go again not just my presumption my assumption my opinion what I over heard what he said what she said that's it this whole thing yesterday fox I cannot at this location forgotten Gordan psalms one had taken down Donald Trump at ten thirty yesterday morning when they broke for whatever for shift press conference everybody analyzing all over cable news no exceptions it was over for trump so I'm the one who said the drugs headlines were three and four deep bomb shells trump demanded quid pro quo Kenneth Starr getting close to the time senators gold of the White House to tell the president to resign in the afternoon session came and we learn that sign one actually said the president told ME didn't want anything from Ukraine no quid pro quo no nothing I don't wanna just tells the Lynskey to do the right thing does that blow things sky as his that actually happened before no not that blue thing sky high as the afternoon session wore on it became clear that song when was testifying all over the place and then we learned that he was being bullied the we learned that he was being threatened we learn that more cats have been started against his wife's hotel properties which takes us to the drive by the media today yesterday morning they thought it was Watergate they thought Sunderland was John dean Alexander broader worth jabs stort recorder HR Haldeman John like when everybody sign the little ones that guy the bomb shells were dropping the walls were closing in but by afternoon and the evening problem with current Simon which is that he's kind of ridiculous Democrats have a problem in that cortisone is remaining to testify that the president himself insisted no quid pro quo it's complicated for Democrats because the Democrats argument now has to be believe him but not everything you certainly can't basically impeachment on anything he said because it talks out of all sides of his mouth here's the downside for Democrats he didn't have a lot of receipts he's got a problem with his reputation is not a perfect witness at all he isn't going to be the witness of the year I mean he's not a very credible guy in many ways this testimony today's is not go with the first it's got a credibility problem all of a sudden the democratic counsel was actually going out of his way to try and rehabilitate someone's credibility goodness how far very fall in just a period of hours in truth fox song one was not that much all over the ball park it was the analysis that was it was the interpretation of what Tom was saying prematurely that was all over the place in creating all of these crazy ideas that it was over for trump someone didn't say that the analysts were saying it after only one side the Democrats had had their goal chance to ask questions that by the end of the day psalms one was thrown overboard and the guy today I think I've got about a word is on the list here I got too much to find it because I'm up against time on a clock gotta go quick time out back with more after this rush is always at work and the E. 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Impeachment Hearing Takeaways: Trump request to Ukraine seen as a "demand"

The Daily

07:21 min | 2 years ago

Impeachment Hearing Takeaways: Trump request to Ukraine seen as a "demand"

"Started with a whistle blowers complain about President. Trump's contact with a foreign leader had a perfect phone call with the president of Ukraine. Like I mean perfect today. I'm announcing the House of Representatives. Moving forward with an official impeachment inquiry. Good morning everyone. This is the third in a series of public hearings. It'd be holding his part of the house impeachment inquiry. It's Mike Schmidt in the Washington Bureau of the New York Times. Today was another big day of testimony. Testimony AAC coming from four different witnesses split into a morning and afternoon session. Three of these witnesses were actually on the infamous July twenty fifth call between trump and Ukrainian President Alinsky and not surprisingly much to the testimony. Today was about that call. What did these officials think about the call when they heard it? How is it dealt with with? What were the implications of it? Why was it troubling but the latest is that for me? What we really saw today was the Republican Strategy Strategy on display in a way that we hadn't before the best example of this came with how the Republicans treated one of the witnesses? This is in the morning session. The uniform I wear today is that of the United States. Army Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Veneman Vin. Men is the director for European. Repeat Affairs at the National Security Council. He's a career military officer and in his opening statement he describes how his father chose to come to the United States state from the Soviet Union. When my father was forty seven years old he left behind his entire life so his three sons could have a better and safer for lives and the profound sense of duty that instilled in him as a young man? I decided I wanted to spend my life. Serving this nation that gave my family refuge from McCain oppression and he finishes his opening statement by looking straight at the camera and addressing his father Directly Dad. Yeah I'm sitting here today in the. US Capitol talking to our elected professionals is proof that you made the right decision forty years ago to leave the Soviet a union come here to the United States of America. Do not worry I will be fine for telling the truth again for your consideration will be happy to answer your questions. So obviously this is a powerful introduction and immediately set him up as a strong character witness for the Democrats a uniform perform Patriot essentially just trying to do the right thing for his country up. confinment what was your real time reaction to hearing that infamous July twenty fifth call so when Adam Schiff. The committee chairman takes the MIC. He draws on his background in. Ask him what his reaction was. In July twenty fifth call which Vin men had been listening in on it was inappropriate. It was improper for the president to requested to demand an investigation into a political opponent. which vim in characterizes as demand by the president to investigate one of his political rivals? Carl you You've described this as demand. This favor of the president asked Chairman The culture come from the military culture when a senior asks you to do something even if it's play in pleasant it's not to be taken as a request. It's it's to be taken as an order in this case and then it was the Republicans turn to question vitamin and this. He's where we saw this new sharp line of attack from them. I think the ranking member colonel. I want to thank you for your service. Jason sacrificed to our great country. This afternoon your your former boss. Mr Morrison is going to be sitting right where you're sitting. And he's represented Jim Jordan. WHO's sort of been the tip of the spear for the Republicans at these hearings brings up earlier closed door testimony? That been men's boss. Tim Morrison had given Mr Morrison said this. I had concerns about lieutenant. Colonel Kinsman Judgment Jordan says that Morrison as well as Fiona Hill another other National Security Council official had concerns about been men's judgement. So your boss had concerns about your judgment. Your former boss. Dr Hill had concerns about your judgment. Your colleagues had concerns about your judgment. Any idea why they have those impressions. Colonel Yes represented Jordan. I guess I'll start start by the Reading Dr Hill's own words as she she attested to in my last evaluation that was dated inman kind minded deathly responds by taking out his own performance review and reading from what Fiona Hill said about him. Alex is a top one percent military officer and the best army officer. I've worked with in my fifteen years of government service. He's brilliant unflappable. An exercise excellent judgement. So Mr Jordan I would say that I can't say why Mr Morrison question my judgment. Maybe it was a different cultures. There's military so we're seeing here that the Republicans are turning their focus from what the hearing was intended to be about the phone call between trump's events Alinsky to basically fight over who vitamin is his credibility and this has been a talking point of the conservative media. You for weeks here we have A. US National Security official who is advising Ukraine while working inside the White House apparently against the president's interest Republicans in the house or using the exact same rhetoric but now straight to Vince face in the middle of his testimony. The White House began to run with it to the White House. were been men still works. The tweeted out during his questioning. The quote from Morrison. I had concerns about lieutenant. Colonel Vince judgment. And so there's no real surprise here. The hearings are playing out along party lines but the question is how will independent American see this. Who Will they believe? Will they believe this man sitting in his military tur- uniform with the Purple Heart on it talking about a patriotic sense of duty that his father who immigrated to the United States instilled Stilton him or will the American public believe conservatives in the House and the White House and the far-right media. That's sort sorted the question of these

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"inman" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"inman" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Welcome back Rush Limbaugh half my brain tied behind my back just to make it there is always the case now we must be careful with lieutenant colonel Inman that's the refrain that was greed in first shared with everybody today before these hearings began it was a warning of the Republic it was a warning to people like me in the so called conservative reading here got to be very careful with lieutenant colonel you gotta be respectful you can't call them names you can't claim that is designed if you can't call them political you got to be real careful with lieutenant colonel Inman the same people saying this are the very same people who set out to destroy a general Petraeus in two thousand seven and two thousand eight including Hillary Clinton remember all the ads the Democrats ran and Harry Reid was out calling general Petraeus general be traitors they accused him of lying before congressional committees even before his testimony began this was all having to do with the Iraq war and what was to become known as these storage to finally see victory in Iraq the trance was going to be brought up is going to testify MoveOn dot org was running ands all over the internet and in newspapers general betray us so it was clear you didn't have to be careful with general Petraeus when the left wants to destroy somebody in the media why they can go ahead and do it and everybody else stand aside let them when the left wants to protect somebody in the military you can't say anything you gotta be real careful with lieutenant colonel vent anybody remember any concerns for the safety of lieutenant colonel Oliver north back during the Iran contra hearings yeah lieutenant current as as the prosecutors I don't know what to was a New Yorker forget his name what did you did you did she do what you started wanted to warm you will you will you will shredding documents so what I am one here north and what I didn't get them all I mean I missed a couple anyway nobody was concerned for the safety lieutenant colonel north nobody was concerned for the safety a general for trails when the Democrat party wants to target somebody in the military they go when John Kerry it was free and clear for him to accuse marine diesel I've tell will rising Iraqi women and children nobody had to go easy on the military uniform military personnel when the Democrats are seeking to destroy Republicans but with lieutenant colonel.

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"inman" Discussed on Scale The Podcast

Scale The Podcast

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"inman" Discussed on Scale The Podcast

"You know i'm the first i'm the first person to say to someone. If you come into one it might listings in. You don't have a broker i will. I will advise you that five in the listing thing agent. I represent the seller. You should have someone who represents you make sense especially with co ops it. It's it just it's so it's it's complicated and i think that you know each person in the transaction should have someone who's advocating in their best interests in has their fiduciary at heart made sense. Hey guys if you're listening right now. The top of the hour we talked about grabbing a copy of our book and so i just wanna give you opportunity to do so if you tax s v._p. S._b._p. s._b._p. Two three one nine six will give you a free copy of it. It's something that i wrote like i poured my heart and soul into this thing twelve years experience the even i wrote it down yeah. It's so guys and we're giving it away for free. I mean it's basically all of our frameworks all of our scale accelerators while will do for years just kinda send you that book and if you need help in real estate that's our world is we hope you'll find high-calibre leverage and we have awesome people like nikki on our our show all the time. You're going to go everywhere. I tunes websites. You're gonna we're gonna send this out to everyone so here's the other really funny thing is i somehow did not process that this was a facebook live you when i realized that yesterday am i'm thinking okay. Well okay. It's summer but i still need to put makeup on because you know cameras and it's it's definitely it changed. My thought process when i was getting ready for jury this morning there you go. I get it lenny mentioned. He just says nike. I agree. I agree. I do the same thing. I'm very concerned about dual agency and i think as the industry shifting away from or towards i guess more more information in the consumers and i think the idea of having your own brokers is also so any media nick you were hundred percent tied and i think there's a distinction and of course every jurisdiction it's but like as an example if i am listening and someone in my office friends of ir each person has their own their own designated representative eight and we're both within the same brokerage so it's orig- level to invite say that ryan yeah fine but me as an individual i'm not i avoided as much as i possibly can totally get it he nikki. I was noticing all of your certifications. You've got a lot of them like. It's kinda crazy. How many actually it's like a paragraph. Tell us this about the ones that you found the most value men and what and what they've done for your career and so when i do continuing ed <unk>. I try to find things that are interesting so at my local board they offered and again. I'm in new york city and i'm in manhattan and i'm not a realtor so i don't have i could take all of the courses that offers but i can't use. The designations got it. Why didn't you choosing not to be an a._r. Member that's interesting well in new york city. I am a member of a board. That's not career <unk> board so that's the difference yes. Southern <unk> rodney is not it's not like it's the long island boarder realtors or <unk> so that so anyway i'm when i do my continuing ed i try to find things that are interesting and and might be potentially useful. A couple of years ago the the they offered the certified negotiation expert expert courses at my real estate or joe is not that would be an interesting course to take when i think about it i spend most of my time negotiating waiting for something both in business life <hes> that particular course was it was fascinating mostly. I felt it reinforced..

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World marks 30 years since Tiananmen massacre as China censors all mention

BBC World Service

03:10 min | 3 years ago

World marks 30 years since Tiananmen massacre as China censors all mention

"The hour. Hello. This is Newsday. Another top stories is the situation in Sudan, we'll go there in about twenty minutes time demonstrators who spent weeks occupying a main square calling for reform have been gunned down by the army. Went out to go back and hear about similar events. Thirty years ago today as one of the most famous recent pro democracy movements was crushed by state violence, as the Chinese people's army turned on the people killing it's thought several thousand people in China Inman square. It's not an anniversary. Anyone can mock in China. Not none of us. Really the majority of Chinese or even aware of what told and even the country's government is defended the actions as quote vaccination against turmoil. Wang. Dan, was among the organizes. He stood up with a microphone, unaddressed the hundreds of thousands in the square then became China's most wanted criminally went to prison. He now lives in exile. He told us about that night that he is ago that was a night of concert. I was now to acquire the compass of opinion university in charging a conference talking about situation. So I did an essay about the even get in here. So boy of shot, but got a lot of a phone call from a friend and the many people told me what hype in chemists acquire in China boulevard. What do you think you were trying to do we in the west? We always say pro democracy, pro human rights what will you and your colleagues, fighting for what was the principal, you believed in yet. Of course, we call democracy basher. I admit that we, we don't have very clear concept or about what is democracy. So I preferred to see what data is for hope a whole, but trying to come beat them occurred with whole that can be a better country. And the most importantly, we hope the government can't do is the government can make China to be more democratic, so as the cement a deer of the man moving false. Dr asked to chemists acquire as hope. What went wrong? Did you expect that the government would reform did you trust the party, too much less through on? I think we were too naive because we put a lot of hope on the, the whole nine hundred eighty is the Chinese come looks pretty open mandate. And so we sell to the can assignment or appeal an attractive to some pretty cold reform and advocated. Here's a waiver lives. We were tool naive because the government doesn't want him. All courtesy though. That's repeat lesson. Learnt when you listen to students now and one of our colleagues at the BBC has been showing pictures of tank, man pictures of chinamen, too young Chinese. Now, what happens in Beijing on June

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Celebrating Women at NASA

Innovation Now

01:30 min | 3 years ago

Celebrating Women at NASA

"The technology drives exploration. But it takes a diverse in creative workforce to make those technologies a reality. She's innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future. The nation's investments in space technology enabled NASA to make a difference in the world around us, the space technology mission directorate is responsible for developing the new technologies needed by the agency to achieve its current and future missions, meet some of the women who helped make NASA technologies happen Mining's. Carlos. And I help lands face cap on other planets, I'm can really ham bacon, and I have been working to make robots more usable by humans for over a decade. I'm Amer February. And I do aero dynamic testing for the space launch system, Jennifer Inman, and I take pictures of reentering spacecraft from airplanes. My name is months is Roman and create opportunities for the public and NASA to work together. To solve really hard challenges. I'm Dr Jill soy Burt. And I am an interplanetary navigator. Join us in celebrating women's history month and visit us online at innovation now dot US to learn more about these remarkable women for innovation now. I'm Jennifer pulley is produced by the National Institute of aerospace through collaboration with NASA and is distributed by w HR V.

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"inman" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"inman" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"And so they had such superiority complex couldn't handle with anybody. They couldn't handle any any sort of anti-rhetoric anything that could possibly show that they were in the wrong because they're logic was so fucking flawed and tainted and light they was easily disposed of pop. They're logic with the pin. And he knew it, and that was the job Inman, obviously, everyone, or, you know, the vast majority of people suffered under the the Nazis, and that's why we have to always remember, you know, comedians and truth tellers, or whatever like that's why they're important even if you disagree with like, whatever we just can't lose sight of that. Well, according to the doctor, nNcholas mangles last orders were destroy Auschwitz completely to crematoriums demolished while they were told to say that the third was used exclusively for natural like just keep the third one there. But let's destroy the. Other two and the fourth had thankfully already been destroyed the previous October in asunder commando revolt that resulted in the deaths of seventy s officers who raise he stole to raise. You story. The way they talk about how like 'cause the would have a certain group of women were working inside of one of the munitions factories, and they would hide little bits of gunpowder in piece of paper, and they would smoke them out bit by bit to the people within the saunder commando that we're trying to do a do the uprising, and they they got enough over the years of working in the factory to blow up one of the crematoriums. The very intense Mangla and all the rest of the Nazis fled Auschwitz on January seventeenth nineteen forty five. And the camp was officially liberated by the Red Army on January twenty seventh. Exactly, we didn't plan this at all exactly seventy four years ago to this day. This is holocaust remembrance day. We did not plan. This. This. This sort sorta happen that we ended up recording this episode at the same time. It just kinda happened that way. Yeah. And we were I mean, we got push to thing we were supposed to grow this last week. It's very intense. Well, while many in charge of the slaughter at Auschwitz were caught including the common dot who ran the place a lot of misconduct, including Mangla, but he like all the others spent the rest of their lives running, and that's how this series will end next week with chasing down that sadistic Thuc along with all the rest of his shithead brethren in Joseph mingle, part three the Nazi hunters can pieces shit enough. Got an man. Oh, man. Is it nice to finally switch start reading about Nazi hunter? Because now that I've been reading about that it does make me feel a lot better because the people a lot of people did not sleep and made sure that Mengele a did not sleep a night of restful rest again for the rest of his life and huge gigantic special. Thanks to research assistant, Rachel for her..

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Is China's far side of the moon mission just the start?

The Economist Radio

02:25 min | 3 years ago

Is China's far side of the moon mission just the start?

"China's lending on the faucet of the moon was an unprecedented feat and a Mark of the country's soaring, technological ambition. So cover leader asked. We'll China come to dominate science and should the rest of the world. Worry Modin sons depends on money institutions and utilize of brainpower, partly because it's government can marshal three China is hurtling up the rankings of scientific achievement as our investigations show. It has spent many billions of dollars on machines to detect dark matter and neutrinos and on institutes glue that delve into everything from genomics and quantum communications to renewable energy and advance materials. It's a prospect that alarms many western politicians. Authoritarian governments have a history of using science. To oppress their own people China already deploys AI techniques like facial recognition to monitor its population in real time. The outside world might find a China dabbling in genetic enhancement or Thomas is or geo engineering. Extremely frightening. But the world has much to gain from China's efforts, and they may even change China itself in unexpected ways, expertise, good, ideas, and creativity. Do not respect national frontiers. Research takes place in teams, which man Volve. Dozens of scientists nothing says the best scientists have to believe in political freedom, and yet critical thinking skepticism empiricism and frequent contact with foreign colleagues threaten authoritarians who survive by controlling what people say and think history is full of seekers of scientific truth. Who's enquiring minds have led them to challenge? The. Critical status quo think of Andrei Sakarov who developed the Russian hydrogen bomb and later became a chief Soviet dissident or Fung leisure, an Astro physicist who inspired the students leading the Tian Inman square protests in one thousand nine hundred nine heard as it is to imagine. Mr. she could end up facing a much tougher choice to be content with lagging behind oughta give his scientists the freedom. They need and risk the consequences in that sense. He is running the biggest experiment of all

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Manson family follower recommended for parole: media

Dr. Drew Midday Live with Lauren Sivan

00:46 sec | 3 years ago

Manson family follower recommended for parole: media

"Liz Warner California parole board has recommended parole for a former follower of late cult leader. Charles Manson, convicted of what people believe may have been the very first so-called Manson family murder helter skelter, that's what Matt's and call the chaos that would ensue if the murders of actress, Sharon Tate, Leno, and Rosemary labianca and others would be pinned on African Americans. The first murder, however on July twenty six nine hundred sixty nine two weeks before the Tate lobby slayings was at the hand of Manson follower. Bobby Beausoleil who stabbed musician. Gary hinman at the behest of Manson because Inman reportedly would not give them back money for some bad drugs. Lay told the BBC years ago that none of the so called family members really knew what they trust in spite of the recommendation, incoming governor Gavin Newsom could still

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More U.S. states join lawsuit over online 3-D gun blueprints

Fresh Air

05:17 min | 4 years ago

More U.S. states join lawsuit over online 3-D gun blueprints

"L. Mike urban trout became a hitman today. We'll talk with the show's star Bob Odenkirk and we'll also hear from Giancarlo Esposito who plays drug kingpin. Gus spring Peter Gould. The show's co, creator, and co, show runner and Jonathan banks who plays Mike, who was a cop before he was a fixer. Bank says he's played a lot of cops in his career because I'm not very pretty so I can't play. So I'm either going to be the bad guy or the cop that's coming up on fresh air First the news Live from NPR. News in Washington, I'm Laurie London China's threatening additional tariffs on thousands. Of US goods if Washington goes through with, its latest tariff, threat NPR's tamra Keith reports a. Top White House, economic adviser says President. Trump won't budge when it comes to the, ongoing trade, dispute White House National, Economic Council chairman Larry cudlow is sounding a warning to China following its announcement that it is prepared to impose retaliatory tariffs on sixty billion dollars worth. Of US imports the Chinese had better not underestimate the determination of President Trump to follow through and seek zero tariffs and non-tariff, barriers and subsidies and a level playing field Kudlow was speaking on the. FOX business network it's not clear where the escalating threats of tariffs between the US and China. Go, from here But Kudlow touted progress in trade talks with the European Union and Mexico tamra Keith NPR news more. States or joining. A lawsuit against the federal government over three d printable guns Matt largely of member. Station k. u., t. Austin reports eighteen states and the district of. Columbia are challenging the State Department's decision to, allow a Texas, company to post downloadable plans the. Lawsuit argues the, State Department didn't follow. Proper procedure when it agreed to carve out, an exception, in federal arms export, rules allowing Austin-based defense distributed to post the files the plans can be used by anyone with a commercially available three d printer to make an untraceable. Plastic gun a federal judge has ordered the blueprints taken down pending a hearing in the case later this month they were online, for several days and were downloaded thousands of times plans have now been. Posted on other sites too for NPR news I'm Matt largely the president of the National Rifle Association is speaking tonight at a Republican rally in far west Kentucky where a, deadly school shooting occurred in January a group of Marshall county high school shooting survivors say Oliver North's, visit is quote like rubbing salt on an open wound Taylor Inman, of member station w. k. m. s.. Has more on the planned protest a group of fifteen to seventeen year. Old students are holding a demonstration and silent vigil outside the rally at Murray state university Leila freeze a fifteen year old Marshall, student and says she has faced criticism in. Her community for vocalizing support of gun control I feel like. The more we keep trying moral hopefully be able. To tap into people's hearts and show them what we're fighting for. The local Republican party's hosting north, visit said insensitivity was not their intent w MS Taylor Inman the country is seeking a sustained rise in student activism. Led and inspired. By survivors of the massacre in parkland this is Is NPR from kqed news I'm Tara Siler the two massive fires in Mendocino and lake counties have. Now scorched more than one hundred fifty thousand acres that's more than five times the size of San Francisco firefighters are trying to. Stop the blaze for moving east or a fire earlier this summer forced evacuations and destroyed structures many of the same residents are being forced to leave again the moose lodge in clear lake oaks has served. As an unofficial shelter during the fires and now it's being a vacuum the largest JoAnne sent Andrea says the frequent evacuations are taking a toll I had a few when I was taking finance they were just trembling and then you see them for a. Couple of days and they kind of seem to, relax a little bit and and then like today now it was more panic again like oh my gosh now I got, settled and I have to go. Again and I'm still. Not going home San Andrea and roughly twenty five other people have chosen to stay despite the evacuation orders local. Air regulator Are. Issuing an era advisory today through Sunday warning that winds could push smoke from those fires into the bay area changing wind patterns will continue to be a challenge for firefighters but. Meteorologist Jan null says the temperatures are expected to come down a little. Cubby conditions over the next few days are. Are not going to be as extremists we saw about. A, week ago I mean it's it's go to ward back up again the the temperatures are, going to be you know into. The low one hundred started to, the one hundred a kid sort of. Rage getting a bit of a respite the bay. Area air quality management, district does not plan to call a spare the air alert because air quality is not expected to exceed federal..

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Alan Bean, astronaut who walked on the moon, dies at 86

NPR News Now

02:02 min | 4 years ago

Alan Bean, astronaut who walked on the moon, dies at 86

"Flip reeves npr news turkey says it's making progress with the us on a road map for cooperation inman bj in northern syria npr's peter kenyon reports the assessment follows a meeting yesterday between us and turkish officials turkey's foreign ministry says in a statement that the two sides of outlined the main contours of a roadmap for further cooperation in men bj were us forces are stationed along with syrian kurdish fighters turkey views as terrorists u s support for the py de kurdish fighters strained us turkey relations and when turkey launched a military operation and nearby f rain president registered bear to one declared that men bees would be the next target turkey's demanding that py d fighters evacuate the area the us says the py dis ben valuable ally in the fight against islamic state forces in syria the statements says turkey's foreign minister mevlut jehovah solo will discuss men bj when he meets secretary of state mike pompeo on june fourth peter kenyon npr news this is npr we are fundraisers are being held in santa fe texas this weekend for those affected by the high schools shooting more than a week ago organizers say they hope to help the thirteen people injured in the rampage cover medical costs astronaut alan bean has died he was eighty six being flew to the moon on apollo twelve and his npr's russell lewis reports it was nasa second lunar landing mission and being became the fourth human to step on the moon ellen beans trip to the moon was his first time in space he and pete conrad spent thirty one hours on the lunar surface in nineteen sixty nine being second mission was as commander of skylab as it orbited the earth for two months speaking to npr in two thousand sixteen being knew he was lucky i've been given his great gift of walking on the moon and that's worth celebrating in other ways besides just the.

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