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"james new york" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

01:57 min | 2 months ago

"james new york" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Thousand twenty one today. Mike flynn's brother was in the room. When the call for backup came in during the insurrection. Pelosi says there's no question that some members of congress gave aid and comfort to those peddling the big lie. Michael ellis has put on administrative leave pending an investigation into his. Appointment at nsa. For general counsel kevin mccarthy changes his mind on trump inciting insurrection. The secretary of the army has resigned. A judge has denied the nra's motion to dismiss the new york attorney general's lawsuit against them. Mcconnell says he wants to delay impeachment until february and riley williams faces additional charges for stealing pelosi's laptop. I'm your host ag. hey everybody. Welcome happy friday today. If you are listening to this early enough. I wanted to let you know. Dana goldberg. And i will be live on the stereo app doing acuna a happy hour interactive Little show there. It's on the stereo app. You can download the stereo up for free and we'll be doing that at two. Pm pacific that's five pm eastern. That's today friday. And then of course we will have the happy hour on zoom for patrons so if you're a patron of this show you can look in your email or on your patriot account to see or to get the link to to that zoom call. If you want to become a patron you can do that. At daily beans pod dot com. Now we do have of news to get today To get today. I'm gonna cover a what i can and later on the show. We're gonna be talking to adam class feld and we're gonna he and i are going to cover the what's going on with the nra lawsuit from letitia. James new york attorney general. You've got some good news in that reporting to discuss with Adam class feld and then of course. It's friday so amy carreira will be joining me for the good news. And we have a couple of court cases for amy's court if you have any good news or confessions or corrections or you have a dispute that you need to have settled in amy's court. Please send those. You can send those in daily beans pod dot com and click on contact. We have a lot of news to get to.

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"james new york" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"james new york" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"All right. Welcome back guys. Are you ready for sabotage is yes all right so the wall street journal reminded us this week that new york attorney tisch james and the congressional committees have already started receiving trump's financial and loan documents and information from subpoenas that they filed in april <hes> and the likes of j. p. morgan chase bank of america citigroup deutsche bank morgan stanley and wells else fargo are all handing over documents right now and this goes right to the heart of the trump organization so keep those names in mind when we draft fantasy indictment league teams this week remembering to note that state dick crimes are not pardonable. This is tim james new york state attorney general <hes> weisselberg immunity is not does not apply to new york state unless she offers him a separate immunity energy and the department of justice opinion that says you can't indict a sitting president does not apply to state attorneys general either so here we go to james james all right. Let's play fantasy indictment league toilet honey dick. It's gonna be okay. Just calm down all right so this week jordan you get to go. I i am second. I can't jealous or you're third so jordan. Okay jerry maxwell. Oh shit signs nice which is lane. I am going to go with the trump org good <hes> i'll pick brennan kaiser of course britney caen is her shoe. It's allen yep dick. I know i'm gonna go with callum lori. Okay one of the trump work executives yay squid <hes> i will do the superseding in greg craig. Oh nice no way i would do tom barrick here. Dude dude forever. <hes> i'm gonna go with of why slow burg weasel bird yeah by tisch james weisselberg lisa. Oh yes has me. I'll pick someone named eager. Eagle rando random russian. I'm gonna go with someone anyone named echo which means if your if you haven't heard if you if you say eager and it's it's a random russian you get a point but if his name is eager you get an additional point and <hes> i'm gonna go with george nader nice. I skipped you jordan. Yes that's okay. I wasn't going to pick near gilgo the trump inaugural okay <hes> i'll take alexander knicks knicks right and we all get one more jordan all right eight <hes>. Let's do pecker pecker. You've selected pecker <hes> along those same lines all do dylan howard on k. and no one's picked. 'em erin nope. I will take all your since all right guys. That's how we play. The fantasy indictment lee <hes> alright earlier guys. I sat down with counterterrorism expert former adviser to the obama administration situation sam vinograd. Let's check out that interview. Joining us today for the interview is c._n._n. National security analyst and former senior adviser to the national security adviser in the obama administration. Please welcome for the first time on muller..

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"james new york" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"james new york" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"That's what the Stroman move this let's see what other moves they make before the days before the deadline bill in Saint James New York with Ron bill Laurie how are you I'm doing well bill when you got for me bring the law now the boys back and let the put him in the starting rotation he is a Long Island boy and unless he's duping us with everything that Marcus Stroman is is posting on social media he seems excited to be coming back to New York it is the Mets I like it and if it were up to name my last my last point would be to trade Vargas and but keep Wheeler for the rest of the year and let's see we can do I think they're probably try and trade Vargas I'm not sure you know how much it is there's a but obviously there's other other players in a cycle through Vargas is pitch well lately I mean let's be honest with you if if I were a it honestly if I were a team like the Yankees and knows the sound crazy but sure I want to go out and get about our Robbie ray or somebody like that I would go get that guy I would actually I think a guy like Vargas just as an innings eater who can give you credible innings and rest some of your other guys here to start in the playoffs but for teens who just want some innings credibly out of a guy some depth if you're the you're the a you don't have to and yet and he's a guy you don't have to give up a ton for for you give up a a minor process yeah give up a minor prospect and and the Mets so probably be happy to to give them up so if they can get something I think Vargas should be interesting to teams I don't know that he will be a media is yeah does Vargas have some value does does Todd Frazier have any value I think the Mets are looking to get those guys I'm not sure what other teams around baseball how interested they will be but Vargas is patrolling they will say all right Chris and Mike in peace and Freddy I see you we'll be right back will grab your calls time for an update Harristown Laurie is brought to you by.

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"james new york" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"james new york" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"You've heard no collusion from President Trump countless times, but collusion, maybe the least of his worries as law enforcement officials in New York are moving forward with civil and criminal investigations that are well beyond the president's federal control. Joining me is former federal prosecutor Jeffrey Kramer, managing director at Berkeley research group, Jeff New York's new attorney general issued subpoenas to Trump's lenders including deutchebanks what's the scope of this particular civil investigation. The investigation could be widespread depending where does your Bank was involved. But it certainly gets into any loans that Trump or Trump organization was looking for and that could get into a lot of different things. What documents were submitted? We know that Cohen has former attorney so that sometimes the documents that were submitted in support of loans word accurate. So this is the first volley if you will, and we don't know how deep it's going to get into Trump's personal finances as well as the Trump organization. Let's talk about the past. Ability of the AG subpoenaing Trump to testify while he's in office when he was President Bill Clinton, eventually agreed to testify in the Paula Jones case, but could Trump successfully fight off a subpoena. He probably can't fight off a subpoena. He could probably fight off sitting down for an interview or a deposition or anything like that. But a subpoena to the Trump organization, so he doesn't impact him as much a subpoena to the Bank doesn't impact his time. At all. It's once you get into interviewing the president that these arguments come forth now this president may have a tougher time than prior ones. Given the fact that he's probably played more golf than other presidents in recent memory. So it's hard to argue. He doesn't have time giving his proclivity for golf and watching TV, but as far as subpoenas. I don't think he's that much of an argument to stop those. Now, let's take it a little further if Latisha James New York AG who is not bound by Justice department guidance fines criminal acts by Trump. Can she indict a sitting president well under? DOJ policy. No, but under New York law. There's nothing codified that says she can't the same arguments would still be there. In other words, the president needs to run the country. He or she can't be bothered now or in the future with dealing with any sort of a criminal case even against them when they need to be worrying about our military, and our social structure, etc. So the same arguments would be there. Whether it's an a j policy or just an argument before the court, you'll see the same thing we got double barrel with AG James going into civil route, maybe season two criminal, but certainly the Manhattan District Attorney filing criminal charges. We're going to have the same argument possibly, so they could file the charges and then face whatever arguments. There are you could follow the charges right face the arguments. Even if you lose you wait until he's out of office. And then that argument becomes moot. That's why the reelection prospects in twenty twenty four. Our current president has far greater. Implications than just getting a second term it could determine whether or not he stands as a defendant. The New York AG also has a lawsuit pending against Trump's personal charitable foundation. What might the ramifications be from that? We've seen it evolving a little. Yeah. We have seen. We seen a couple of shots early early on in the presidency with the foundation, some anecdotes at the foundation purchased the big portrait of Donald Trump, which he used for personal reasons, they paid possibly some campaign, benefits, etc. So embarrassing but similar to Trump university where he settled for twenty or twenty five million dollars. Whatever the number was and then went on with the rest of his day. I don't think it's going to cost too much of a headache beyond the embarrassment. But again, you don't know with this president this family this organization once you start pulling thread, you don't know where you're going to lead as far as financial implications or overseas. Implications you just don't know what's at the end of the tunnel. You mentioned the Manhattan District Attorney he charged Paul. Manafort with a litany of state crimes minutes after he learned his sentence was raised to seven and a half years in federal court. Does Manafort who has been branded a liar now by a federal judge have anything left to bargain with here. He's holding something balk at that. He has revealed yet. I don't know what he's got left. Yeah. He's definitely a tainted witness. Having said that there's a lot of people in jail right now who had tainted witnesses testify against him having a cooperator who's lied to law enforcement is not unique Avin cooperated who's lied to the court. That's a that's a smaller subset, certainly. So manafort's uses limited unless he can document what he's saying the thing for, you know, certainly Sivan's is does he know anything else above and beyond what he's already testified about or is this just making sure that Paul Manafort doesn't walk on a prisoner Freeman never to be heard from again will this case survive, what are bound to be objections from the defense based on double jeopardy. Yeah. That's a good question. New York has pretty strident laws on the books on on double jeopardy, and you can't try somebody twice or go against him an indictment twice for the same conduct. You can make an argument that this might be similar conduct maybe identical conduct. But from Manhattan DA's position. And let's fight that out in court. You know, maybe it does maybe a dozen. It's certainly an issue. But at least it's a backstop against the presidential pardon. You know, just briefly there. There's a pretty robust process at DOJ where the pardon. There's a part in office documents are father recommendations are made it's more of a whim right now in the White House. So I think the backstop that's there. You know, you can argue it later, but at least there's an argument to be had. That's Jeffrey Kramer, managing director at Berkeley research coming up on Bloomberg law, Democrats accused commerce secretary Wilbur Ross of voter suppression. During a grilling on Capitol Hill, I'm June Grasso. 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"james new york" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"james new york" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"You're listening to Bloomberg law. I'm June Grosso. You've heard no collusion from President Trump countless times, but collusion may be the least of his worries as law enforcement officials in New York are moving forward with civil and criminal investigations that are well beyond the president's federal control. Joining me is former federal prosecutor Jeffrey Kramer, managing director at Berkeley research group, Jeff New York's new attorney general issued subpoenas to Trump's lenders including Deutsche Bank. What's the scope of this particular civil investigation? The investigation could be widespread depending where does your Bank was involved. But it certainly gets into any loans that Trump Trump organization was looking for and that could get into a lot of different things. What documents were submitted? We know that Cohen his former attorney so sometimes the documents that were submitted in support of loans weren't accurate. So this is the first volley if you will, and we don't know how deep it's going to get into Trump's personal finances as well as the Trump organization. Let's talk about the pasta. Ability of the AG subpoenaing Trump to testify while he's in office when he was President Bill Clinton, eventually agreed to testify in the Paula Jones case, but could Trump successfully fight off a subpoena. He probably can't fight off a payment. He could probably fight off sitting down for an interview or a deposition or anything like that. But a subpoena to the Trump organization, so he doesn't impact him as much a subpoena to the Bank doesn't impact his time. At all. It's once you get into interviewing the president that these arguments come forth now this president may have a tougher time than prior ones. Given the fact that he's probably played more golf than other presidents in recent memory. So it's hard to argue. It doesn't have time getting his proclivity for golf and watching TV. But as far as subpoenas not much of an argument to stop those. Now, let's take it a little further if Letitia James New York AG who is not bound by Justice department guidance fines criminal acts by Trump. Can she indict a sitting president well under? DOJ policy. No, but under New York law. There's nothing codify that says she can't the same arguments would still be there. In other words, the president needs to run the country. He or she can't be bothered now or in the future with dealing with any sort of a criminal case even against them when they need to be worrying about our military and our social structure cetera. So the same arguments would be there, whether it's an DOJ policy or just an argument before the court, you'll see the same thing we got a double barrel with James going into civil route, maybe a criminal, but certainly the Manhattan District Attorney filing criminal charges. We're going to have the same argument possibly, so they could file the charges and then face whatever arguments. There are you could follow the charges right face the arguments. Even if you lose you wait until he's out of office. And then that argument becomes moot. That's why the reelection prospects in twenty twenty four. Our current president has far greater. Implications than just getting a second term it could determine whether or not he stands as the defendant. The New York AG also has a lawsuit pending against Trump's personal charitable foundation. What might the ramifications be from that we've seen it evolving a little? Yeah. We have seen seen a couple of shots early early on the presidency with the foundation and some anecdotes at the foundation purchased a big portrait of Donald Trump, which he used for personal reasons, they paid possibly some campaign, benefits, etc. So embarrassing, but similar to Trump university where he settled for twenty or twenty five million dollars or whatever the number was and then went on with the rest of his day. I don't think it's going to cost too much of a headache beyond the embarrassment. But again, you don't know with this president this family this organization once you start pulling thread, you don't know where you're going to lead as far as financial implications or overseas locations, you just don't know what at the end of the tunnel. You mentioned the Manhattan District Attorney he charged Paul. Manafort with a litany of state crimes minutes after he learned his sentence was raised to seven and a half years in federal court. Does Manafort who has been branded a liar now by a federal judge have anything left to bargain with here. He's holding something that he has revealed yet. I don't know what he's got left. Yeah. He's definitely a tainted witness. Having said that there's a lot of people in jail right now who had tainted witnesses testify against them having a cooperator. Who's lied to law enforcement is not unique Avin cooperated who's lied to the court. That's a that's a smaller subset, certainly. So metaphors uses limited unless he can document what he's saying the thing for you know, certainly Sivan's is does he know anything else about them beyond what he's already testified about. Or is this just making sure that Paul Manafort doesn't walk out of prison, a free man never to be heard from again will this case survive, what are bound to be objections from the defense based on double jeopardy. Yeah. That's a good question. New York has strident laws on the books on on double jeopardy, and you can't try somebody twice or go against him an indictment twice for the same conduct. You can make an argument that this might be similar conduct maybe identical conduct. But from Manhattan DA's position. And let's fight that out in court. You know, maybe it does maybe a dozen. It's certainly an issue. But at least it's a backstop against the presidential pardon. You know, just briefly there. There's a pretty robust process at DOJ where the pardon. There's a part in office documents are father recommendations are made. It's more of a win right now in the White House. So I think the backstop that there, you know, you can argue it later, but at least there's an argument to be had. That's Jeffrey Kramer, managing director at Berkeley research coming up on Bloomberg law, Democrats accused commerce secretary Wilbur Ross of voter suppression. During a grilling on Capitol Hill, I'm June Grasso. And this is Bloomberg..

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"james new york" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"james new york" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Heard no collusion from President Trump countless times, but collusion, maybe the least of his worries as law enforcement officials in New York are moving forward with civil and criminal investigations that are well beyond the president's federal control. Joining me is former federal prosecutor Jeffrey Kramer, managing director at Berkeley research group, Jeff New York's new attorney general issued subpoenas to Trump's lenders including deutchebanks what's the scope of this particular civil investigation. The investigation could be widespread depending where does your Bank was involved. But it certainly gets into any loans that Trump or Trump organization was looking for and that could get into a lot of different things. What documents were submitted? We know that Cohen his former attorney sometimes the documents that were submitted in support of loans weren't accurate. So this is the first volley if you will, and we don't know how deep it's going to get into Trump's personal finances as well as the Trump organization. Let's talk about the possibility. Ability of the AG subpoenaing Trump to testify while he's in office when he was President Bill Clinton, eventually agreed to testify in the Paula Jones case, but could Trump's successfully fight off a subpoena. He probably can't fight off a subpoena. He could probably fight off sitting down for an interview or a deposition or anything like that. But a subpoena to the Trump organization. So we doesn't impact him as much a subpoena to the Bank doesn't impact his time. At all. It's once you get into interviewing the president that these arguments come force. Now, this president may have a tougher time than prior ones. Given the fact that he's probably played more golf than other presidents in recent memory. So it's hard to argue. He doesn't have time given his proclivity for golf and watching TV, but as far as subpoenas, and I don't think he's that much of an argument to stop those. Now, let's take a little further if Latisha James New York AG who is not bound by Justice department guidance fines criminal acts by Trump. Can she indict a sitting president well under? DOJ policy. No, but under New York law. There's nothing codified that says she can't the same arguments would still be there. In other words, the president needs to run the country. He or she can't be bothered now or in the future with dealing with any sort of a criminal case even against them when they need worrying about our military, and our social structure, etc. So the same arguments would be there. Whether it's an ideal j policy or just an argument before the court, you'll see the same thing we got a double barrel with AG James going into civil route, maybe season two criminal, but certainly in Manhattan District Attorney filing criminal charges. We're going to have the same argument possibly, so they could file the charges and then face whatever arguments. There are you could follow the charges right face the arguments. Even if you lose you wait until he's out of office. And then that argument becomes moot. That's why the reelection prospects in two thousand twenty four. Our current president has far greater. Implications than just getting a second term it could determine whether or not he stands as the defendant. The New York AG also has a lawsuit pending against Trump's personal charitable foundation. What might the ramifications be from that we've seen it evolving a little? Yeah. We have seen seen a couple of shots early early on in the presidency with the foundation, some anecdotes at the foundation purchased the portrait of Donald Trump, which he used for personal reasons, they paid possibly some campaign, benefits, etc. So embarrassing, but similar to Trump university where he settled for twenty or twenty five million dollars or whatever the number was and then went on with the rest of his day. I don't think it's going to cost too much headache beyond the embarrassment. But again, you don't know with this president this family this organization once you start pulling thread, you don't know where you're going to lead as far as financial implications or overseas locations, you just don't know what's at the end of the tunnel. You mentioned the Manhattan District Attorney he charged Paul. Manafort with a litany of state crimes minutes after he learned his sentence was raised to seven and a half years in federal court. Does Manafort who has been branded a liar now by a federal judge have anything left to bargain with here unless he's holding something that he has revealed yet. I don't know what he's got left. Yeah. He's definitely a tainted witness. Having said that there's a lot of people in jail right now who had tainted witnesses testify against them having a collaborator. Who's lied to law enforcement is not unique. Adding cooperated who's lied to the court? That's a that's a smaller subset, certainly. So metaphors uses limited unless he can document what he's saying the thing for, you know, certainly Sivan's is does he know anything else above and beyond what he's already testified about or is this just making sure that Paul Manafort doesn't walk out of prison, a free man never to be heard from again will this case survive, what are bound to be objections from the defense based on double jeopardy. Yeah. That's a good question. New York has started laws on the books on on double jeopardy, and you can't try somebody twice or go against him and indictment twice for the same conduct. You can make an argument that this might be similar conduct maybe identical conduct. But from Manhattan DA's position. And let's fight that out in court. You know, maybe it does maybe a dozen. It's certainly an issue. But at least it's a backstop against the presidential pardon. You know, just briefly there. There's a pretty robust process at DOJ where the pardon. There's a part in office documents are father recommendations are made. It's more of a win right now in the White House. So I think the backstop that's there. You know, you can argue it later, but at least there's an argument to be had. That's Jeffrey Kramer, managing director at Berkeley research coming up on Bloomberg law, Democrats accused commerce secretary Wilbur Ross of voter suppression. During a grilling on Capitol Hill, I'm June Grasso. And this is the invitations Alexis.

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"james new york" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"james new york" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"It's like shut out if you're being cheated on by two men at the same time, you can have a seat over there. Well, Dolores we'll wait to see what happens when Jack writes an article can your dogs pee on the floor. When you're at home alone. And people still thinks are lonely when you let these dogs piss all over your house. She's lucky that those dogs are still so sweet the way them all over the place. Yes, Jennifer, finally admits just like, you know, what the real reason why I'm upset is because you know, my kids go to school with other kids and their parents read the big record. And they're going to get a perception that my children are spoiled. I'm like I guarantee you the viewership of real housewives of New Jersey probably is significantly larger than whatever the circulation is of the Bergen record. Okay. You are the one who put this shit on TV. This shit is on TV girl like Jackie's article is like a drop in the bucket of criticism. Yep. Your kids have a lot more to make fun of. Over your have your kids have a lot more reasons to be made fun of over them at okay. Yeah. One of just tried to strangle the other one. Okay. So Jackie's like kit. Here's what I was trying to say your kids are inspiration their inspiration to me to children everywhere. She's like, oh, okay. Some other good. He's still on the warpath, and she's still got Margaret to overcome. So let's have this goes, let's go to Saint James, New York to a winery called harmony, which that it's like, there's this this episode is the opposite of harmony. Okay. It's song episode. It's like, quite literally the opposite of harmony and melody and rhythm musicality. Welcome to a winery off key talk. Singing. I can't wait to make wine. I got plans to have fun. I know one said, it'd be easy, but I'm making Pino. Now, you're rhyming like malaria, that's a Milania. So I I had the Bravo glitch which happens on direct TV once per episode, which means that I lose a minute of Bravo. Tie screen scrambles. I come back a minute later. This is what I came back. Wheeling a lot just going. You know, Teresa like is like fo- excited. So she squeals a lot that was Theresa. This whole episode is she like. Lanny. This reminds me I miss I miss Joe..

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"james new york" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"james new york" Discussed on KOMO

"Lisa Tampa, Florida have arrested four men for stealing a truckload of tequila worth about half a million dollars in a way, they may have been doing a lot of New Year's Eve revellers a favor by preventing them from acquiring one of the worst hangovers imaginable. I've always thought that was why they put worms into Keila to help. You get sick before. You've finished the bottle with all that legal weed out there. It's no surprise that the journal drug and alcohol dependence vines nine percent of people ages fifty to sixty four used pot in the past year double the figure from twelve years ago. The report also finds marijuana users are more likely to smoke cigarettes, drink, alcohol and abuse drugs Hartford. Michigan High School cheerleader isn't a bit of trouble for trying to get students to pick her homecoming. Queen by serving them pot. Laced brownies. No word yet on the final vote count there. But hey, who cares when the Belgian brewer inbev bought? Heiser Bush they began enforcing their no nepotism policy as a result in Colorado. A young man is turned to disposable marijuana. Vape pens as his line of work Twenty-seven-year-old by the name of adult this Bush, the fifth who's the latest major firm to hop aboard the legal pot bandwagon. Coca Cola is in talks with a Canadian company do produce soft drinks with C B D marijuana chemical, which allegedly reportedly does not produce a high and here I was all set for coke and a smile, but hey, why not over a century ago the coke and Coca Cola originally stood for cocaine this as New York City's James New York nomad hotel has tapped famed cannabis chef Andrea dumber do design of CBD infused room service menu. Recreational pot is now legal in nine states. And that number is only going higher and now fed up. Our residents of east London about all the drug dealing. Their neighborhood so fed up, but somebody has grown white lines on the side of the street marking parking spots and printed the words drug dealers. Only be offbeat, I'm Jim.

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"james new york" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"james new york" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"About half a million dollars in a way, they may have been doing a lot of New Year's Eve revellers a favor by preventing them from acquiring one of the worst hangovers imaginable. I've always thought that was why they put worms into Keila to help. You get sick before. You've finished the bottle with all that legal weed out there. It's no surprise that the journal drug and alcohol dependence vines nine percent of people ages fifty to sixty four used pot in the past year double the figure from twelve years ago. The report also finds marijuana users are more likely to smoke cigarettes, drink, alcohol and abuse drugs Hartford. Michigan High School cheerleader isn't a bit of trouble for trying to get students to pick her as homecoming. Queen by serving them pot. Laced brownies. No word yet on the final vote count there. But hey, who cares when the Belgian brewer inbev bought Anheuser Busch they began enforcing their no nepotism policy as. Result in Colorado. A young man is turned to disposable marijuana. Vape pens as his line of work Twenty-seven-year-old by the name of adult this Bush, the fifth who's the latest major firm to hop aboard the legal pot bandwagon. Coca Cola is in talks with a Canadian company to produce soft drinks with C B D marijuana chemical, which allegedly reportedly does not produce a high and here I was all set for coke in the smile, but hey, why not over a century ago? The coke and Coca Cola originally stood for cocaine. This New York City's James New York nomad hotel has tapped famed cannabis chef Andrea dumber to design of CBD infused room service menu. Recreational pot is now legal in nine states. And that number is only going higher, and how fed up our residents of east London about all the drug dealing in their neighborhood. So fed up that somebody has drawn white lines on the side of the. The street marking parking spots and printed the words drug dealers. Only be offbeat. I'm Jim Bohannon. Today's program was.

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"james new york" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"james new york" Discussed on KCRW

"Mousters flashed or sixty one years old today. News is next. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dale Willman. New York has a new attorney general democrat Letitia James was sworn in just before midnight Monday is the state capitol in Albany NPR's. Ashley western reports. The James represents two major I for the office Letitia, James, New York's first black attorney, general and the first woman ever elected as the state's top legal officer. In a statement James says she will not waver on upholding the promise to protect the rights and advance the interests of all New Yorkers, James a longtime New York City politician replaces Barbara Underwood who was appointed to the post when former new York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman resigned in may after multiple women accused him of physical abuse he denied the allegations. And in November prosecutors announced he wouldn't face any criminal charges. President Donald Trump accused James of campaigning on get Trump agenda. Ashley westerman NPR news, the number of registered sex. Offenders, and predators and Florida has been rising steadily for more than a decade. It's up fifty three percent since the state I began closely auditing at sex offender registry. In two thousand five Jessica Palumbo with member station. W J C T in Jacksonville has more state auditor say barriers like restricted access to housing leave many sex offenders homeless in Jacksonville, which has the state's highest rate of transient offenders souls Bacher homeless shelter CEO, Cindy Funkhouser says one answer could be building a low barrier shelter. And that would mean that you accept people who are sexual offenders of the ten Florida counties with the most transient sex offenders per capita. Only three have any housing that explicitly welcomes registered offenders for NPR news. I'm Jessica Palumbo in Jacksonville. In his annual New Year's speech, North Korean leader, Kim Jong Hoon is restating his commitment to give up his nuclear weapons program. If the US takes corresponding measures is NPR's, Anthony Kuhn reports from Seoul, the speech was pretty much. Much. What analysts had expected Kim said? He's.

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"james new york" Discussed on Buzz Burbank News and Comment

Buzz Burbank News and Comment

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"james new york" Discussed on Buzz Burbank News and Comment

"Congress is seated right after the holidays on January third one of the first orders of business in the house intelligence committee will be to investigate apparent for an influence in the Trump inauguration committee, the Trump inauguration committee raised far more money than the Obama committee had for a much smaller event. Trump's inaugural committee raised ten million dollars and an appears fifty grand came from a Russian back Ukrainian politician who's already pleaded guilty to being an unregistered foreign lobbyist and who's cooperating with prosecutors. Accepting foreign money for presidential inauguration in this country is illegal likely campaign. The inauguration is now under federal investigation for illegally accepting donations from foreign sources mostly Middle Eastern countries, including Saudi Arabia. Trump's also being sued by the attorneys general in Maryland and DC for violating the emoluments clause of the constitution, which prohibits public officials from profiting privately from their positions of fair amount of those products are from foreign governments who make it a point to stay in Trump hotels and apartments to curry favor with the president receptive to such things and the incoming attorney general for New York state is preparing to launch multiple investigations of the Trump organization the president's business company, especially its involvement with foreign governments just as the outgoing attorney general had already done in shutting down Trump's charity. We will use every area of the law and that of his family as well says incoming attorney general Latisha James New York state's tax agency is also considering investigating the Trump family business. He hasn't gotten his wall. Congressional Republicans are sadly proving they're willing to stand up to Trump to say no to him and to scold him. He was scolded twice by the Senate a week ago today when he was twice rebuked for his support of Saudi Arabia and its crown prince sure most Republican lawmakers continue to back Trump, but remember on July fifteenth nineteen seventy four president Richard Nixon still had the support of nearly every Republican in congress three weeks later just three weeks later by August, seventh only five or six Republicans still supported him. That's how quickly things can change. It takes months and months and months for thing like this to happen. But when it does it happens very quickly. Legal experts at appears Muller is wrapping up his investigation overall. And that he's decided what to do with his findings Muller apparently intends to use what he's learned at the upcoming trials, but he can get these findings to congress much faster in a report. That's now expected within the next ninety days, and maybe sooner the cooperation Muller's now getting could go into that report while we await the upcoming trials and Muller could get much more detailed information in that report than whatever come out in those trials at outside. Prosecutors say Muller is also sending a message with his sentence. I cooperation later approach he can now approach witnesses and ask if they wanna wind up like Mike Flynn or Michael Cohen for whom Muller recommended no jail time, or like the uncooperative Paul Manafort who will spend the rest of his life in prison. But before these cases come up in court Muller can hand his detailed report to the new democratic led house..

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"james new york" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

05:18 min | 2 years ago

"james new york" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"It's not I win only if you lose we all win bigger when we worked together. You know, what's interesting is. I even thought that last night the president took the high road, Colin Nancy Pelosi congratulating her. I mean, he he almost seems like a subdued Trump last night wasn't arrogant other than saying, hey, great job tonight. And then you had governor Cuomo first thing after his reelection bashing you saying there's no room for political partisanship in the same guy. Who said if you're pro choice, a pro-life, you have no place service have no place in New York. So we're gonna talk to our analysts about that as well. And I don't wanna put any kind of partisan spin on it. But I don't think it really wasn't Blue Wave. You know, typically, historically, the the the the president's party loses seats in the midterm. And so they did lose the house, but they they actually beefed up the Senate a little bit. And also talk to our local deputy getting rallied a couple of minutes here. The state of the New York state Republican party a disaster. Just awful, it's it's an embarrassment so fast. So facile lost last night to Delgado. I was surprised. I mean, we we thought it would maybe come down to recount or absentee ballots. He lost my if you have an answer this morning. Expecting to sit here and say, hey, listen. It's too close to call right now. We're waiting on absentee ballot. Recount. That's how close it is. And I was actually surprised. I mean, I am not surprised at the outcome. I'm just surprised that it we knew last night bright. I thought it'd be a real nail biter and it was close, but not not as close as as we had thought. He he he also last night called for unity in time to pull together. John facile. I tell my fellow citizens to remember that through the two hundred and forty two years of this. Great Republic, we've had many times when Americans were polarized and divided and we're campaigns were fought vigorously, but at the same time we have to recognize that we all live in a wonderful country. So very classy in in. I got a message from his campaign after midnight. He's going to call in eight oh five this morning, which I think is really classy because he doesn't need us. And there's a disappointing loss. And the fact that he would come on is I think. It tells you a little bit about his character ACRI so fast. So at at eight oh five we have also we have a whole bunch of other analysts on as well this morning, so Kelly nationally, the Republicans are the Democrats take that the House Republicans. Keep the Senate Nancy Pelosi is going to be the new speaker. I heard this. I heard the stereotype we gotta talk to bills in for about this. Might this be the best thing in the world for Trump. Yes, he's gonna be he's gonna be you know, gonna be road blocks and X two years. But if the Democrats go after him, his tax returns and all these investigations and try to ham might that work in favor and twenty twenty if because I think like people are tired of the Russia thing, and well, it's interesting I saw a exit polls showed about sixteen percent of people who voted yesterday had never voted in a midterm election before. And most of them were Democrats it so I thought okay. These are the people in Italy. I thought okay, so sixteen people sixteen percent of people were voting for the first time in the midterms. These are people that Trump. Gotcha registered the last time round your now it just their first midterm that they've been registered. So they would be Republicans. But that's not exactly true. These are people who are Democrats who were part of the anti-trump movement. But the anti Trump movement was kind of eclipsed by these three big things that happened in the news leading up to the midterms which was Cavanaugh the caravan of people, and it's a good economy. Right. Exactly. Right. Yeah. So it's interesting. I saw some analysis. Looks like the Republicans are the Democrats did very well in the suburbs. That's where their strength is right now something the Republicans have to deal with although for like the governor's races in the Senate Republicans still did well in Florida in Ohio. So. Very close in Oprah's candidate in Georgia. She's not conceding defeat. It looks like she lost. So and by the way, I what about Ted Cruz. Ted Cruz one. What's going on beyond huge? Yeah. So yeah. Ted Cruz one. What else do they have Joel able of the rental lost? I am. I'm not surprised that he lost. I mean, there has been so much controversy surrounding that office dropping the ball and important cases, you know. But I thought he might squeak it out just based on name recognition alone. People not paying attention. All. Yeah. Used income and just you know, filling a little bubble for him. But I think that finally everything that's happened in that office over his tenure, and even before that has kind of just reached a crescendo his predecessor office has been poorly decades if this stance I have in front of me provided by read I'll throw him under the bus if it's not he lost by six thousand votes. That's an avalanche in Rensselaer county. So able of out tips James New York's attorney general Thompson apple easily cruises a state controller. None of the other in all the other incumbent assembly men and women were were winners last night. The the big thing facile in Claudia Tenney in central New York. She lost. As well. In a very close race, lots of analysis throughout the morning. What does it mean what happens next and Kelly five.

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"james new york" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

07:56 min | 2 years ago

"james new york" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Six six five zero five four six two six we're talking to James New York Times bestselling author and demand with some considerable thoughts and observations to make about the political process, including recent remarks made by Nancy Pelosi in New York City, of course, the house minority leader, and she hopes and some polls suggest she might be once again, the speaker of the house now, it's hard to know exactly what Nancy means sometimes sometimes he's just a little goofy. Referring to of course, the famous quote about the ObamaCare. We're just going to have to pass it to find out. What's in it? To what extent do you believe? This could have been rhetorical ramblings on the part of Nancy Pelosi. Well, no, I think I think what she did is give a window to her soul. I think you brought up ObamaCare. The fact that she and her party, basically were willing to pass this massive Bill without having read it and were basically engaged in a propaganda campaign to fool the American people at least a portion of them into supporting the American people were told by the president. And by the Democrats that if they like their doctor, they could keep their doctor. They remember that heatedly. Yes, they were told that their premiums would go down. I don't know if they expressly discussed the duct. But I know the American people were not told that their deductibles would go. Phenomenally. Higher to the point. Or the insurance was almost worthless. Which was the situation with ObamaCare? And and of course. I don't think the American people were honestly told that what they were engaged in was nationalizing. A significant industry when as you healthcare system in the United States is similar to the legal system in the United States has lots of problems. Our legal system has lots of problems and the healthcare system has lots of problems. But when we compare it to other parts of the world, we thank God, we have it because it's the best in the world. Right. Well. The basically the system was demonized. And there was just a lot of getting going on in order to achieve again, the end justifies. The means the whole thing was like that. So Nancy Pelosi is engaged in that. And I think this has been the strategy of the democrat party, we look at we, you know, midterms looming. We have a series of candidates who are posing as something other than what we've been hearing a number of things about people most notably Kristen's similar from Arizona Claire mccaskill from Missouri, quoted in recordings, they didn't realize we're we're being made or at least made public in which they indicate there are a lot more to the left. And then shall we say they portray themselves to be we have a number of people who would like to speak with James Hurson, and they lead off with David in Creston, Iowa. Hello, david. Jim. Thanks for your three. I got to everybody you may group. Is. Said one time you said, you catch more people and convince them with a party, then you can't solve a barrel a goal and. That was the first statement the other one is that I think the entire congress going to have to. So you're kind of skipping it out. What was that last comment? David. And then I want our guest to comment. I think we need to hold statements. The congress up there to put this on their forehead. So that each of them can read it, and there's a little respect would or each other. If you want respect you have to give. Yeah. Well, there's certainly that would be nice to add. I think at this particular time your thoughts James Hurson about the the tone of the political rhetoric of the day. I think that sums up with David is trying to say, and that's something I think all Americans would like to see a little more decorum and dignity among each other. But basically, you know, with that kind of commentary this collateral damage commentary, Hillary Clinton saying you don't have to be civil and the the basic atmosphere, and I brought up the cavenaugh hearings to see these mobs of people, and they are and that caused another prison. Come up with slogan jobs. Bob, quite which I thought was brilliant, by the way. But you know, he is brilliant slow down here. But we take. It'd be democratic leaders have not called out. They haven't called out in. Always willing to go after the president slightest rhetorical excess by the president is tantamount to the stabbing somebody in the heart. But when people literally go out and vandalize, the perform arson and the like, oh, they dare not say anything. And of course, they don't because they're scared to death of the democratic. Right. Scared of what happened to the Joe Crowley in New York. The prominent democratic house member who was beaten by Alexandria, Cossio brainiac, David in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Good evening. David and welcome. Haloed? I've noticed is that we've gone from Democrats kind of gone from like a twilight sorrow and misery about the world to a clockwork orange madness. L when they're talking about six and morals. You know, how they seem to have. None. You know? And so let's he wanted to see, you know, wanted to go to hell, you know, see how fun. It was. Well, you know. It may be nice where they want to go. But you know, people with morals and ethics thing, we'll place here on this. Just felt cursor. And I think a lot of people enough that half those same, you know, you know, lacking morals and ethics. Needs to go there. Well, if you're if you're morals and ethics of alleged break the law. I would would thoroughly concur less than a minute to go here. Your response James brings up this idea when he talked about his movie analogies. And that is we were talking about a political party that has made it their position not to accept the results of an election. David. They've tried every way they can with their allies in the media to essentially, not only undermine the president to remove him from office using governmental agency, so and it's all failed. And yes, they're they're in a mental state of kind of the dealing with someone deals with that. Yeah. There's still well, we're we're we're coming up on a break that doesn't move, and we will take that break and be back with more from James Hurson in a moment. No.

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"james new york" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"james new york" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"In this game. And the saints just keep getting first downs. It's awesome. So I was telling fish because Redskins score to make it forty three to nineteen. They went for two. They didn't get it. And so he comes back and he's like, well if the score again. You know, it's still five and now six minutes to go said as no fish, I figured it out there down twenty four even if they score two touchdowns. Get two two point conversions are still down by eight. You're gonna lose by point. So he's like are. Well, and then he's watching the saints in the saints get to running plays now thing and then third down. They throw they get it. Same thing. Running play nothing lost at three little past to Thomas. I down. Now another pass. I mean breezes still in there. So I e quitted Sean Payton as being that guy that you're playing and my dad used to be like this guy when he would play as kids in monopoly, and he knew if he just got boardwalk and park place he getting somehow end up winning the game. And so we always feared when the old man would land on boardwalk park place, and by those suckers, and when he got them both that little to team monopoly. We never realized that only two properties was better than having three raids Illinois, Indiana. And Kentucky three oranges, Saint James, New York and Tennessee, Tennessee. That's right. Even three greens were pretty good, North Carolina. Pacific and Pennsylvania area. And then you had three yellows were good to Marvin gardens Atlantic Ventnor Ventnor sale. Okay. And then you had the only other two.

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"james new york" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"james new york" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"The guy should have a choice and your team made poor moves after poor move after poor move so don't say it's bad for the nba what's bad for the nba is your poor run franchise or you're taking team your hey my poor run franchises the nba would be nice if they could actually compete every once in a while stephen ohio steve you're on espn radio hey guys how's it going good what's up steve i'm so i you know i think the nba i'm gonna side with you i think no super teams are not a good thing for the nba i do like the fact that the players have options i just i to me it was then as more fun to watch when you have more teams competing night in and night out and i think that you know the the the villain got too big in this one i think i think you know when you have the warriors they were already winning championships and now they'll just continue to win more and more championships and i think that there has to be some sort of balance of power between the top and the bottom of the nba that you know it's more fun when you have teams that can come in and and have a chance to be good team rather than having it already be you know kind almost set so is that that ryan holland i listen man i wanted to dress the bigger parliament hand i played ten years in the nba in no matter what roster was i on will we were young old talented a winning losing we always stepped out his players to win the game to compete to fight why because our fans meant something the game basketball came along with pride and now you call these teams super teams but you got teams in our for referred to the tanking teams that absolutely throwing the type that the towel for a draft pick or not when i was in charlotte we were losing team but guess what we came out and and you have a dogfight out of us night in night out and we attempted to win as much as we could we just didn't have the talent because we were a young expansion to the nba now when you have a franchisor market that just those in a towel these teams look like super teams because your team doesn't want to spend the money your team does it i want to compete so should you blame golden state or should you blame your team for not going after it the houston rockets are the only team if i'm not mistaken in the nba last year other than houston rockets oklahoma city that said we're going at golden state's head everybody including your new york knicks took their tail and tuck it between their legs and said we'll fight another day a lot of competing baseball is that good looking willing to take their tail between their light say you know what we're not going to go all in now we're going to wait until the the time is right for us you can't even try to compete with this team right now lebron they try they couldn't compete it was comical houston did everything they could you say oklahoma city oklahoma city wasn't competitive oakland semi was was there were jokes you can get by they cough it was key oh there was one team daryl maury that said you know we are all in to try and beat this golden state club my point is oklahoma city went all in and they gave their fans something cheerful my guy whitey gleason said you could've had lebron james new york would shoot it and make yourself attractive enough and he has a great point there you didn't make yourself why don't we take accountability to the teams so you're talking about this new school super team mentality say the middle of the pack why are the guys wire free agents like bella nelly.

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"james new york" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"james new york" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Phony super coney house day player on seven twenty wgn we're talking about this great new book called hollywood heyday i'm jealous guys have all these guys you talked to fifty five candidate interviews with golden age legends david phantom tom johnson are the authors of this book dave i'm gonna ask you to share the story with me because you shared this with me over dinner years ago about when you went met lucille ball wow you're testing our memory but you know i think the most notable thing for people to know about lucille ball debut probably though this or certainly heard about it is people know her for being you know this wild and crazy lucy with the candy and other stick that she did on i love lucy shows the reality is and tom vouch for this she was pretty humorless there was no humor all business and the reason i always put an asterisk around that people need to remember that lucille ball really broke the glass ceiling she was the first woman mogo entertainment industry and when she started does he loo she told us you know she they don't ad lib she said the writers write the lines we read the lines and she just did her job she wanted people to know that there was no add living that every one of the shows wasn't i'm slapstick and stick like that and she was just she was matter of fact dead serious and i mean she wasn't mean but i think it was reflective of the fact that she was a hard nosed businesswoman who succeeded in a male dominated environment tom would you concur have anything to say yeah no i totally is me dumb you're on i totally i totally agree with what dave said and you know the funny thing is when we walked in there this is years and years ago nineteen seventy nine i believe we walked into her house and we had researched her via current biography they used to be these current biographies come out every year for obviously the internet and research different questions than there was a funny little story about running away from the town and upstate new york yeah james new york and.

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"james new york" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"james new york" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"But now i've changed my mind because obviously israel is there it has a right to exist and it's obvious that the arabs have not done anything to to allow any kind of peace process to occur and learn some have let's let's be fair about it anwar sadat did and of course wound up killed for it and and others have the the hashemite kingdom of jordan has there have been some yes but but people like arafat have have used that opportunity and the hezbollah and the radical arabs have used it as as a almost like a cuddle and and not in the interest of getting ink kind of agreement any kind of a peaceful agreement but as an effort to destroy israel was that is true let's not forget of course the the discussions that occurred oslo some years ago in which essentially yasser arafat got virtually everything that he had been asking for an recoiled like he'd been touch with a cattle prod because when it came right down to it arafat was much happier making fiery speeches before the arab league that he was in patching potholes in gaza city actually running a palestinian state was the last thing on his mind he was too busy becoming filthy rich and essentially bleeding the palestinian cause dry to ted james new york on the jim bohannon show good evening ted how you doing fine thank you i just just maybe a statement and abroad question now you're right we can put in an embassy anywhere but us that legitimize the israeli claim now i'm not saying writer rod now go back in history seems to.

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