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"janet reno" Discussed on WCPT 820
"This in The New York Times. Do we, how do we feel about Chris wray? Why is Chris ray? He's still there. I don't know. Okay. Seems like a lot of FBI stories that are sketchy. Yes, thank you. Bias played a part in the FBI's January 6th failure document suggests the FBI appeared to be blinded by a lack of imagination, a narrow focus on lone wolf offenders and a misguided belief that the threat from the far left was as great as that from the far right new congressional documents show. Well, you know, this is the bolt they've been peddling ever since. Remember, Janet Reno put out a report that there was the right wing outcry. Violent right-wing extremists has been extremism in this country. He's been a problem for a long time. It's just gotten exacerbated under Trump, but this is because this was Trump's FBI. Of course they weren't looking. They were like, oh, both sides do it. They're exactly the same. That were not any of the indicators before J 6. And all of the things we've seen on the January 6th committee in the public hearings. It was right wing websites talking about, there's going to be violence. It was right wing websites talking about. We're ready to go. We're going to get violent. We're going to be loaded. We're going to be, you know, we're going to have weapons. I don't remember seeing any far left websites talking about violence on January 6th and warning that there's a revolution coming. We can talk about this forever. It's because they were white. Trump supporters, white, right-wing Trump supporters. The times reporting days before the end of the 2020 presidential race, a team of FBI analysts tried to game out the worst potential outcomes of a disputed election, but of all the scenarios they envisioned, the one they never thought of was the one that came to pass a violent mob mobilizing in support of Donald Trump. Well, if a lot of us lay people saw this coming, how is this possible, the teams work which has never been reported as just the latest example of how the FBI was unable to predict or prevent the chaos that erupted in the capital on January 6th. There was no single failure agents at Warren ignored warning signs flashing in the open on social media and relied on confidential sources who either knew little or failed to sound the alarm still even recently bureau and festivals had played down not preventing the worst assault on the capitol since the war of 1812. Now the FBI is conducting an internal review of what happened on J 6. So they're in charge of investigating themselves. Themselves. Right. With the same leader, yeah. Yeah. Congressional investigators who examined the FBI's response never received from the bureau in many key documents they requested. So there's also, you know, I feel between this and the mcgonagall story. Don't you feel like Chris wray has just a lot of esplanade to do as turkey Ricardo would say yeah. No, I think everyone has been curious about him for years and what the hell he's been doing at the top of this organization. Everything from this to the Kavanaugh hearing, to be honest with you about why those weren't investigated. Yeah. You know, the way they have been. 4500. Yeah, it bleeds into a lot of different areas. And that's going to be more in the spotlight when this Sundance documentary comes out about Kavanaugh. I mean, because it's apparently produced even more tips. Back to the times real quick, as early as 2019, attorney general Bill Barr there, he is again. And Trump wanted the bureau to focus on leftist groups like the antifa movement claiming they were the real threat. This occurred even after a spate of mass shootings that year targeted places like synagogues and the FBI made combating racially motivated extremists at top threat. That was incident after incident. They were all fueled by right-wing rhetoric. In 2021, both the DoJ and the FBI made investigating far left extremists at top priority along with militias and other anti government groups, but in more than two decades, there had been only one killing by someone in the bureau that had classified as an anarchist violent extremists. One, as opposed to okay, the committee's draft document said this decision by the FBI was an exercise in false equivalency noting that the lethal Tourette's posed by far right violent extremists in recent years far out pace threats from the left. Well, this doesn't seem like they miss J 6. This seems fairly deliberate. Absolutely. Absolutely. There's no argument Allison AGA from the beans will say the same thing. There was an insight. I'm not saying it was an inside job. I'm just saying that there were people on the inside that ignored the warning signs, and they were everywhere. But this is why right-wing conspiracy theories were always in the upside down. They're the ones trying to say, oh, the FBI was behind this meaning, they always try to Trump tried to spin the mcgonagall thing like this proves his point. I feel like this is when I feel like I'm taking crazy pills that they're saying. I was behind J 6. I'm like, what? No. If anything, they missed it, and they protected the right wing extremists. Absolutely. Nope, a 100% agreement. I don't think you're crazy. And I think that that's what they want us to think the gaslighting from the right is huge. I just even when you see video like that we hadn't seen before, like, the sniper. People in trees. With guns. How is that allowed? Yeah. Okay. Sorry, I'm in a bit of a snack. I'm with myself into a frenzy. Are you okay? You sure did. I'm fine now. To calm you down. Where's that CBD? You sponsor when you need it. Right, exactly. Yeah. They needed to put some of these at the capitol that I put outside for coyotes. Look at this, Dana. Look at this. What is that? The eyes flash red and it says, don't go here. Unless you put the turn around bright eyes unless you put them in the shade because they're solar powered. Well, don't anticipate that
"janet reno" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
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Patrick Knapp Looks Into the Abuses of the Church
"Final segment with my guest Patrick Knapp, the book is understanding religious abuse and recovery, the organization is becoming free dot org. Patrick, my producer Alvin just said to me that the Branch Davidians in Waco, that happened in April of 93. It is astonishing to think that it is almost 30 years. It really is mind-blowing to think that this is 30 years seems like ten minutes ago, but it's 30 years ago. It was the first days of the Clinton administration. I remember Janet Reno was part of what part of the horror of how that unfolded. Unfortunately, in any event, so in a remaining time, what are your, what would you like to talk about? And what should we touch on? Well, one of the things that Heidi and I are very passionate about is passing on to other people education about this topic. We certainly want to do the life coaching. That's our number one goal is to work with people on a one to one basis, helping them to process their religious abuse and their recovery. But we also really look forward to doing more educational kind of opportunities, whether for myself, one of the things that I would love to be doing is specifically to be able to teach a class at a college level or a graduate level, I've got a tentative syllabus. I would have put together and would love to have a 12 or 14 week period, be able to educate college students into a broader picture or broader understanding of what religious abuse and recovery might look like.
"janet reno" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Expect the precedent that was used by the January 6th committee. In the impeachment process that was put in place by Nancy Pelosi, we expect those processes to serve as actual precedent. Going forward. Are we can not survive? We can't play tiddlywinks and marbles. While the other side is using political bazookas. It doesn't work that way. I've given you an example in the past. Some of you may remember some of you might not know what I'm talking about, so just briefly In the late 70s, a law was passed called the independent council act. It was an unconstitutional law, but the Supreme Court upheld it. The only justice devote against it was Antonin Scalia. It assigned powers to the judiciary that the judiciary should never have it violated separation of powers. Long story short, an individual could be appointed by a special division court under the statute. To investigate a president or presidential appointees individuals at a high level. The various elements of the statue were met. And it would be triggered. That statute was used to try and destroy Ronald Reagan. That statue was used to launch the so called Iran contra investigation. That statue was used against various cabinet officials in the Reagan administration. Secretary defense, Secretary of State, secretary of treasury, and the attorney general of the United States. It was used by the Democrats to try and destroy Republican administrations. Then Bill Clinton was elected president. And the statute applied to him. And it ensnared Bill Clinton and at least a half a dozen federal investigations. Most led by Ken Starr. As Janet Reno did not want separate, independent counsel. She sort of just packaged these things one after another. And a sign of the Kent star, who was the independent counsel at the time. After that was done, the very Democrats who wrote the bill. The Lake Carl 11 of Michigan and Barney Frank, you may remember Barney in
"janet reno" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"And people saying that it was a political, it wasn't. It was a democracy. Yeah, but unfortunately, that's political now. And by the way, he's the president of the United States and his election coming up. Of course it was a political speech. Right. You know what I mean? If the Republicans find. Some of the politics that they adhere to embarrassing, then let them generous on the politics. Yeah. Don't tell me it's wrong for the guy who leads the other party to point it out. Yeah. Yeah. When Biden says that fascists are bad, the Republicans say, why are you attacking us? Right. Yeah. It's dog hollering. Yeah, exactly. Yeah, I mean, yeah. Like when Janet Reno said, you know, right-wing extremists and all the right wing went crazy. It's like, oh, so you're extreme. Napolitano. Thank you very much. I was wrong. I am happily corrected on that. No, but I mean, she had to pull back a report. She did. Yeah. And all it said was that the right wing extremists were recruiting in the military to stay on. Yes, they are. And for everybody on the right right now being panties in a bunch over Joe Biden pointing out that fascism is bad. It's like just like when they get mad at quote antifa. It's like anti fascism is what it stands for kids. That's what we fought against and World War II, correct? Plus antifa is this kind of amorphous mass of people that have no political salience at all. Right. It's not there aren't meetings. No. But in any way, in any event, yeah, I think sooner or later, sooner or later, embracing the wild side as the Republicans have was going to be, they were going to pay a political price for it. And they all should have known that. And they should have, you know, waved off the landing a long time ago. Yeah, no, I agree. I mean, they had an opportunity after January 6th to do just that. And they chose not to they had an opportunity in 2018. In 1998, when people told them, look, don't impeach the guy. You know, you're going to be in, you know, it's going to be politically a disaster for you. And they give it anyway. And they lost. A considerable amount of their margin in the house. They had a chance during the Terry chavo thing. Wow. And, you know, but again, the problem was, all of those things got papered over. Yeah. Especially in the media. By people who people in my business who can't seem to cope with the fact that one of our political parties is out of its mind. Yeah, with people still claiming that there's a liberal media out there, which there isn't.
"janet reno" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
"You were talking about what would happen if he was at one of his rallies and they came out and decided to just make a public spectacle of resting him to that rally. That probably the word fog in the punch poll that quite cover what could possibly happen. And I actually wonder if that might be something that's done just the instigate everything to step it up another level for Biden could. Taking declared martial law because all of a sudden everything is gone crazy when they instigated it. Arnie just no, I don't either Arnie at and again, I keep going back to January 6th. We do not know the extent of the FBI's involvement in what happened that day. Going back to the fact that we still don't know who planted the bombs, the alleged bombs outside the RNC and DNC headquarters. Even though there were plenty of video cameras, surveillance cameras around, they refused to tell us we've seen the photographs we've seen the video and they will not tell us and we know we need to be asking these questions because these are the same individuals who were caught the FBI was caught by the federal judge and the Gretchen Whitmer kidnapping plot, which turned out to be a fabrication a complete fabrication of the FBI. So to your point, Arnie, I wouldn't put it past him. And that's a big concern that you can not trust your government agencies. A big concern. Ruby ridge all the way in the 90s under Bill Clinton. Or what happened in Waco? With Janet Reno. If very obvious that this government will, there are no limits to get what it wants. Some of these people, there are no limbs to what they will do, which is a very scary situation right now because you can see what they did just the other day. What's next? Arnie,.
Remember the Elián González Saga?
"Just reminds I love it when there are all these strange political bedfellows. It goes back to ilian Gonzalez in the Clinton administration. Remember the little boy in a little Havana in Miami? His mother drowned bringing him into the country and the father in Cuba wanted the little boy back and Janet Reno's Justice Department broke down the door and they swiped the kid from the arms of the relatives and delivered the boy back to communist Cuba. Remember that? And I remember at the time I was at a conference with a bunch of talk show hosts and all the big mouths on the radio gathered, which is rough. That's not a place I'm not real comfortable because I believe me, I'm mindful that I'm one of those big mouths and no one knew what position to take because it was, I mean, it was Clinton and we don't want to be pro Clinton, but on the other hand, family values, the kids being returned to daddy back in Cuba. Yeah, but it's communist Cuba. It's Phil de Fidel Castro. No one knew what to do. Well, the same thing's happening here. He got Tom Friedman from The New York Times lashing out at Pelosi. You've got Tucker Carlson from Fox News, condemning Pelosi. You've got, I guess, Pelosi supporters loving what she's doing. And you've got the Biden administration letting her go.
"janet reno" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast
"I mean, this is just your observation. I get that. But why were they feeling like something that had been so successful raising girls helping to raise girls helping parents to raise girls of character? Why did they fall prey to what now is on full display, the woke culture. I mean, why back in the 90s was the girl scouts so vulnerable to that? Well, I think the way they're structured is creates a vulnerability that allows for an administration to come in and take over. And we've seen this happen time and time again. And with them, their counsels are owned by the national organization. So if the national organization's administration changes its way or loses its way in this instance, it's easy for that mission creep to occur. And for me, what I was seeing is I dug in deeper. And again, I had been a girl scout leader for three troops for 12 years, you'd think I would have known. But I didn't, until I started to dig, and I realized that Betty free Dan had served on the national board. Janet Reno, I mean, these are names if you're, if you're my age, you know what those fairly liberal perspective. They're very much so. And so we started to see the changes, I guess, were even occurring under my own on my own watch, so to speak. And so we realized this snowball has really been going down the hill for quite a while, but with any good Christian, I think, needs to try to make changes and then when that does not happen. You know, you give it your best shot, right? And we did, we had a small group called Kerry and responsibly for our youth, where we tried to raise awareness about what was going on in the girl scouts, and I thought, certainly, if they understood who their clientele was, they would change their ways, but this had been going on way too long, and we were just a bother.
"janet reno" Discussed on American Scandal
"Always have unfinished business in Waco. It's early April, week 5 of the standoff. At the FBI command post Byron sage sits at a desk, waiting for an important meeting, a meeting that could set the standoff on a new course. After Gary nesse was removed as chief negotiator, sage stepped in as the de facto leader of the negotiating team. He was sorry to see Nestor go, but he's continued to push hard for a peaceful solution, even if progress has been slow coming. Sage has spoken on the phone with David koresh and Steve Schneider almost every day for 5 weeks straight, but it's been two weeks since any adult has walked through the doors of mount Carmel. Koresh hasn't released any children in more than a month. Sage stands up. It's time for his meeting with the FBI's commander Jeff Jamar. Sage walks past rows of agents all huddled over computer monitors. They have dark rings under their eyes, and they look worn fin, just like sage. Everyone is sick of living off cold pizza and they're tired of David koresh and having to organize their lives around the whims of a madman. Sage enters to Mars office, the commander is hunched over his desk, his expression stern. He gestures for sage to sit and asks if there's been any progress in getting people out of mount Carmel. Sage size and shakes his head. Jamar leans in. He wants to know the truth. Can they get David koresh to surrender? Sage takes a moment, swallows hard. It's difficult to admit after weeks of effort, but he tells Jamar what he believes. The negotiator seemed to have exhausted their options. At this point, sage is convinced that David koresh doesn't care about anyone inside. All he sees are ways to fulfill his own grandiose vision. Sage bites his left before offering his final assessment. He's not sure what koresh will do if they don't act soon. Jamar nods, he says he's glad sage has come around on the point because the agency has a new solution in mind. It's a plan codenamed Jericho. Sage recognizes the name Jericho from the famous siege in the Bible. Jamar picks up an aerial photograph of mount Carmel. He points to the compound and explains that according to the plan, tanks will approach mount Carmel with specialized equipment, outfitted with 30 foot arms. These arms will act like pipes that can penetrate the compound. Through these pipes, the tanks will then inject tear gas going room by room. They'll release the gas over a 48 hour period. They're not looking to force the Davidians out immediately. Instead, they'll gradually shrink the living space inside the compound until the entire building is saturated with tear gas. At that point, the Davidians will have no choice but to come out. Jamar looks up from the aerial photograph. He says that once they put Jericho into action, they'll need someone to tell the Davidians about the tear gas and to help talk them out of the building. He wants sage to fill that role. Jamar also explains that the highest levels of the FBI are on board. Soon, the FBI director will help present the plan to Janet Reno. President Clinton's new attorney general. And if Reno gives the okay, the tactical team will immediately put the plan into action. But right now, Jamar wants to know if sage is on board with the plan. Sage lets his mind imagine what will surely be a frightening scene inside mount Carmel. He can picture the thundering tanks, the white clouds of tear gas filling room after room. It's a risky plan, but keeping koresh in place feels even riskier. This has to end on the FBI's terms. So Byron sage tells Jamar, he's in. It's April 14th, 1993, and now day 46 of the standoff. David thibodeau smiles as he bounds up the stairs to the second floor of mount Carmel. He feels light on his feet, his former balk has wasted away after 6 weeks of combat rations, and the hardships of the long siege have purged his last spiritual doubts. For the first time in his life, thibodeau feels like he understands what faith truly means. At the top of the stairs, thibodeau stops and grins. Here, David koresh sits up against the wall, surrounded by a large group of followers, thibodeau sees his own hope reflected on their faces. Earlier today, koresh announced that he will end the standoff once and for all. God spoke to the prophet at the end of Passover. He instructed koresh to write down his interpretation of the 7 seals. Koresh said it will take two weeks, three tops, so he called the FBI and said as soon as he finishes writing the seals, he'll surrender. There will be no change of plans. Thibodeau scans the crowd and spots his wife, Michelle. She sits with serenity, her four year old daughter, who she had with koresh. Thibodeau goes and sits down beside them and serenity crawls into his lap. He smiles at her as she settles in. Settling on koresh is a look of calm and clarity, and then he begins to speak, exalted and proud as if God is flowing through him. He begins dictating the first of the 7 seals next to him, Judy Schneider types furiously on a typewriter. She takes down every one of his words, even though for the last 6 weeks, she's had a wound in her hand where she was shot. Crash's voice rises, he says that he who has chosen to open the seals will be persecuted exactly as he and his followers have been persecuted these long weeks..
"janet reno" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Has there ever been a more corrupt human being You have a bunch of people groups out there Now openly telling you they are going to engage in violent terrorism violent terrorism to stop them because people may stop them from killing babies They don't want that They need to kill babies It's a sacrament to them right And they are putting out open statements They're not cryptic They're not hiding it They're not using bud word buzzwords like the falcon has landed They're not doing any of that They're out there saying like yes we are going to do really bad to you Here Carolyn Downey on Twitter A reporter or something like that She says here's the full statement from Jane's revenge who's changed with I like the cousin to Jane's addiction James revenge Announcing that it's now quote open season on pro life pregnancy says what do you think they mean by that Open season They're going to start selling slurpees We're up in 21st No no Open season Typically means we're talking about like hunting Killing stuff open season It gets better Or worse Here's James revenge Future measures quote may not come in the form of something so easily cleaned up as fire and graffiti The terrorist group threatened where's Merrick Garland The answer is nowhere Merrick Garland is digging all of this Thank the lord and I am not using his name in vain Thank the lord This goon was kept off of the Supreme Court and will likely be rid of him Probably after 2022 Has there been a more destructive force in the attorney general's office than Merrick Garland The answer is no What about Janet Reno not even close What about Eric holder Close debatable Tim's like how about that one A little bit A little bit Spider I thought you said I was okay spider a little bit But I don't know I would debate that Garland far worse No one has done more damage than this guy in this limited amount of time he's been in office the Merrick Garland Now again fear is a tactic on the left ladies and gentlemen It's not a glitch They love it The shock troops on the front lines of the streets have always been that's always been the left MO That's why the Tea Party bothered them so much Because we showed up in the streets cleaned up the capitol left the cleaner than when we got there Remember when Glenn Beck had that rally And they were like oh my gosh we can't have this We can't have them using the streets too and using the streets peacefully to affect change We can't have that We got to shut that down 6 the IRS on They knew the tactic worked And when the tactic doesn't work for them peacefully they just turn violent burn down churches burn down businesses loot attack people set up a chop zone They don't care You doubt me by the way the fear is one of their tactics Here Jim cue the son This is MSNBC's with Cornell belcher he's saying it right here That they have to use fear We've got to scare the hell out of people in this election This is folks This guy will not by the way get into any kind of trouble by MSNBC Nothing I'm suggesting he should again I'm a free speech absolutist But I just want you to keep in mind That way there's a lot of pressure at some other places to kind of tow a line which I don't anyway but you get the point I'm not implying anything but you get the head MSNBC you can say whatever you want Call Republicans Hitler break what Godwin's law call them all kinds of is the phobic fobo phobes Tell people we need to scare the hell out of people and it's all taken as yeah yeah this is par for the course here Check this out This in yourself You know what African Americans particularly African American men who are showing the lowest motivation to turn out in this midterm you think things are tough for you right now Where do you think you're going to stand in a country in America where there's no democracy where they have absolutely no interest or at all and respecting your respect to your respecting your rights We've got to get these people understand that they've got skin in this game and they've got scared hell out of them.
"janet reno" Discussed on Fresh Air
"The question of race, the question of inherent implicit bias, but it's something that as a black man, I had to learn to deal with and then try to try to navigate. And so if you were in the 5th floor of the Justice Department with me and you were part of my staff, you would have seen the real feelings that Eric holder was feeling on that day. If you'd seen me in the conference room when the cameras were there, you would have seen a much person speaking in much more measured tones, but trying to convey as best I could in those measured tones, the depth of the depth of my anger. You read that your silent protest against the court's decision was that you weren't going to appear in that Supreme Court. During your tenure as attorney general, what did that mean exactly? That you wouldn't ever walk into the court that you wouldn't want to argue a case yourself, which I'm not sure an attorney general ever would do anyways. Like, what did you not do that you might ordinarily have done? Yeah, it's actually a tradition that every attorney general argues at least one case before the United States Supreme Court. The solicitor general. I didn't know that. Yeah, this list of general as I say in the book picks basically the easiest case that's up for the term. So that the attorney general will go in there, have to deal with the easiest questions and get a close to guaranteed victory. And I actually kind of looked forward to the possibility of arguing before the court. When I was the Deputy Attorney General, I remember watching Janet Reno go to the court and you have to wear the appropriate clothes. And she had what she described as a pretty good interaction with the court. And of course, she won. I didn't want to do my argument during the first term out of concern that something might be said or characterized. It might hurt the president, so I was going to wait for the second term. And after Shelby county, which happened in the second term in 2013, I decided I was not going to go to the court given what I felt they had done in the Shelby county case. And in some ways, legitimize that tradition. I wanted to at least make clear among those who knew at the Justice Department that this attorney general was not going to argue a case before the Supreme Court. Solicitor general, people who had served as solicitor general before dawn, tried to convince me to do it. And I told him I just wasn't going to just wasn't going to go up there and argue a case. Let me reintroduce you if you're just joining us. My guest is Eric holder who served as attorney general under president Obama. His new book is called our unfinished march. The violent past and imperiled future of the vote. We'll.
"janet reno" Discussed on WTOP
"If you live in Montgomery or prince George's county officials are saying you should prepare for the possibility of increased water main breaks and leaks this week That's because the Potomac river hit a new low temperature this winter 35.2° on Sunday The river temperature factor dropped about 18° since the beginning of January water main breaks tend to increase a few days after the river temperature hits a new low because the colder water takes time to travel through about 5800 miles of so called distribution mains that cold water then shocks the decades old brittle pipes causing them to break Water in fact says about 40% of its water mains are more than 50 years old Has about 1.9 million customers in prince George's and Montgomery counties says it spends about $16 million a year on emergency water main repairs a majority of that in the winter Coming up in muddy news pandemic are not Google is doing well financially It's 9 23 Since COVID-19 working women are experiencing significant burnout and work life imbalance here's Nora Gardner's senior partner McKinsey and company sharing insights from their 2021 women in the workplace report The largest comprehensive study of the state of women in the American workforce So it's clear that while there's a lot of promise in virtual work that the always on the boundaries need to be set and stuck to And so we're encouraging leaders and companies to actually talk about boundaries And explicitly set them to provide norms and guidance around availability after hours around booking personal time on your calendar And also role modeling best practices role modeling turning off and taking time off A year and a half into COVID-19 women are now significantly more burned out and increasingly more so than men learn how public sector leaders could address these workplace challenges in McKinsey and lean in dot org's 2021 women in the workplace report visit public sector wiw dot com I'm Janet Reno the music director of the national symphony orchestra We love shining a spotlight on today's most captivating artists so we don't want you to miss our nest concept NPR calls her the 21st century's gate crasher of classical music and musical America just named her composer of the year February 3rd and 5th at the Kennedy Center witnessed the world premiere of an NSO commission by Grammy nominated composer Missy mazzoli her thrilling new concerto procession is performed by her longtime friend and collaborator superstar violinist Jennifer Coe hailed by The New York Times for her stirring intensity Renowned conductor Gemma new returns to the podium after her 2019 performance The Washington Post called meticulously calibrated beauty She concludes the evening with sibelius symphony number 5 famed for its majestic finale Don't miss this world premiere concert event Tickets at national symphony dot org It's 9 25 Money news at 25 and 55 patch the hour This is a Bloomberg money minute The pandemic is not knocking alphabet off course Google's ad revenue grew by a third during the holiday quarter despite all Macron disruptions to travel and retail and the company is offering a stock split One analyst says Google leads the market in searches as well as exposure to video since it owns YouTube Not everyone is weathering COVID as well Match group is indicating new home across restrictions have put a damper on dating its sales forecast was weak For Starbucks profits could have used some caffeine It's costs went up last quarter because of all Macron and the tight labor market Home Depot was looking to hire a 100,000 more in a tight labor market for its busy spring season That's a 20% boost from last year And on Wall Street the rally continued with a boost of around three quarters of a percent across the averages the Dow adding 273 the NASDAQ a 106 the S&P 31 From the Bloomberg newsroom I'm Joan dugar on Coming up after traffic and weather together the latest on the deadly shooting at a college today near Harrisonburg Virginia It's 9 26 Is your heater running over time during these cold winter nights Let's now heating an air make sure you're heating and cooling system is working efficiently and safely Call now to schedule a heater tune up for just.
"janet reno" Discussed on WTOP
"In Laurel brought to you by long fence 20% off savings on fences decks and pavers go to long fence dot com and schedule your free estimate today It's ten ten cases of the newly identified acron variant of the coronavirus have appeared in countries on opposite sides of the world today and many governments rushed to close their borders The Netherlands is reporting 13 acron cases today and both Canada and Australia each found two But is this variant any more concerning than previous ones such as the delta variant I asked doctor Gregory shrank infectious disease expert and professor at the university of Maryland school of medicine I think one thing that certain is that there is clearly a lot that remains uncertain about the amaran variant I think the reason why there's so much attention being drawn to this particular variant is the number of mutations that are being observed and described in areas of the virus that previously have been associated with evasion of immunity whether to vaccine or prior infection as well as mutations that can contribute to increased transmissibility But as you said this was just identified days ago And so we really do not yet fully understand the implications of this virus variant And then whether it will mean for the effectiveness of our vaccines what types of illness they cause whether in the unvaccinated vaccinated and so on And I'm hearing this may be a crucial week just this week ahead of us in terms of figuring out that impact That's exactly right And I think that's one of the reasons why we really need to applaud the scientific communities of South Africa and Botswana for drawing attention to this variant and sharing data value very quickly with the scientific community around the world as our vaccine manufacturers and researchers will have opportunity this week to begin testing the effectiveness of our vaccine induced antibodies on the variance itself That's probably the information we'll learn first followed by more data about what types of illness it causes the symptoms which may or may not differ and how transmissible the virus is Well the variant has not yet been detected here in the U.S. but do you think it's too late to stop it Do you think it's already here Well yes that's a great question And I think what's clear is that our surveillance the way in which we detect these variants isn't equally built up and established across the world And again going back to really the research teams of Southern Africa and detecting this it has likely been in other countries over the past few days and maybe even weeks But it was not yet detected I think there have been cases described in Europe and elsewhere where there was not a direct travel link to Southern Africa suggesting community transmission in those locations And I would not be surprised to be honest if there were cases here already in the United States that we are not yet aware of the reason why these travel bans or travel restrictions are more punitive in this case rather than particularly helpful as likely this variant now that we've argued detective it has likely spread to other countries around the globe That is infectious disease expert doctor Gregory shrank who joined me a little bit earlier It's ten 14 Ciao I'm Janet Reno the music director of the national symphony orchestra We are creating something very special at our miss concert and I love for you.
"janet reno" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist
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"janet reno" Discussed on The Daily Beans
"We we need to preserve our resources for something else but the fact that they aren't telling us why they're doing things now in the bill barma he they did lay out and it wasn't garland it was Somebody else that the justice laid out their argument for why they wanted to keep that. Second half of that bill barham. Oh secret but it didn't to me. Stand up to the incredibly wonderful argument from judge. Amy berman jackson. Her legal arguments really seemed to outweigh. What the argument that. The justice department put forward so i appreciate. They made an argument but it was a week shit argument and i. I don't agree with it but at least they tried to tell me why. I wish they would do that with everything. Like i guess they did with the aging carroll case too but also disagree with that decision. So i don't know what the the problem is that. it's not clear. These are decisions that are made yet right. I mean so it's very possible. I don't know very possible. That garland has not decided whether to prosecute wilbur. Ross yet he might not be it. It might not be a priority. That doesn't mean he's decided not to do it. And once he comes out and says they're not prosecuted right then. He's created a problem for himself. I'm with you on that. Because that's where i am on the on going. After the head generals of the insurrection. Everyone's like i haven't heard word one yet. And i didn't hear about baruch either until he was in handcuffs. So right we don't know it until garland comes out and says i'm not going to do this. I i'm not gonna get mad about those specific things we there. Everyone's so black and white. Everything is so histrionic. If garland represents the president office of the presidency and trump in the aging carroll case. That's it he's in bed with trump and bar but everything is so nuanced. And i think we need to look at these decision by decision and and you know another one is whether or not he's gonna pursue obstruction of justice charges against the former president which has beautifully laid out in volume to the miller report. And he has come out and said he's not going to and the statute of limitations doesn't toll until next year so i'm waiting one. I think he's probably waiting to see what happens with sivan's and the other new york cases that are going forward which every day the barricades is part of that right What happens there. What happens with the trump organization. So there's a lot of information these are dynamic situations and we know there's a lot of wrongdoing but the many many different pathways forwarded pursuing that What i think is really important. It gives me some faith in garland though not Unimpeachable faith but what gives me. Is this man who cut his teeth. Dealing with the oklahoma city bombing. We know he cares deeply it if you watch his testimony and you look at his career. This is deep to him Going after right wing terrorism right wing of violence white supremacists and others who understands that threat better than any other attorney general. We've had including janet reno and he's far more effective inexperienced in dealing with these things that probably anyone in the us government right now. And i have every reason to believe that he is prioritizing that and that every single person who was involved with the insurrection on january sixth which i think was the greatest threat to our democracy in our lifetimes he is going to pursue that to the last scrap paper and he will go after them and their organizations and i'm grateful for that. There's more he has to do beyond. But i'm grateful that we have that kind of attorney general right now yeah agreed. I concur and you know. I just sort of want to really drive home. The point that i would hesitate to put merrick garland in the bad guy column until these decisions happen. Even on something like the gates charging decision is supposed to. There's been reported. It's gonna come out this month july. That may have been pushed back by the fact that greenberg asked for a continuance on his sentencing. Because there's so much crime ing in central florida. He couldn't possibly tell you all about it by august nineteenth. I don't know if that's going to push back but for people to be mad. That matt.
"janet reno" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool
"Who didn't we hidden with the guy who played young who you grant made no. I'm just in case in case any any league in case you listening to the podcast. I just wanted to instill some doubt him. Okay make him better. I get it. Yeah no it's it's not hugh grant it's a gone darcy. A prostitute guy. Yeah mix those home. Been thirty years. What is his ears. Look the one is is peggy. Carter give it like is it. Like what if peggy carter was like captain in steve. Rogers was peggy. Carter's character well. She's like captain. Britain basically kind of different. But yeah you're on the right track. Do my what. If would be so much worse. It'd be like what if thor smoked weed. Basically saw that basically already got that it was like what if thor smoked weed seen from game. Easy disney. I'm like i can make the show for fifteen dollars. Shoot anything. here's the blu ray And then there's also a teaser for impeachment in american crime story which is about The the lewinsky. Clint didn't ordeal Let me the cast real quick impeachment. American crime story That stars beanie feldstein monica lewinsky. We have not seen anybody's faces yet. Which you could tell halfway through the trail that was about to happen. And i was guy. Got a little angry about it because i want wanna see these people. It's like part of the draw right. That's what people wanna see Yeah next israel have that so benefit. Monica lewinsky sarah paulson. Plays linda tripp. Because you can't have a rhyme everything without their Emily ashford plays paula jones. Clive owen plays president clinton eighty falco plays Hillary clinton Bill billy eichner. Plays matt drudge Betty gilpin as ann coulter attaran Kilim played steve jones. I'm as a couple other a couple of other things are going to pop up and then like machine gun. Kelly plays kid rock from that woodstock torino's kenneth starr janet reno actual janet reno. No she's passed away. Yeah absolutely said recipes. One of the greatest cameos in his fucking surprised. Janet reno dance party. Yeah would that was the first time. Snl probably not because you know has been on since the seventies but that was the first time that was the first big.
"janet reno" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"We are handwriting. Let's acknowledge his handwriting. I love in twenty twenty to have legible. Cursive is rare. I forget how to write feeling a lot of my writing. Does when i right now. It looks like i'm like this to get you're going to get capitals in the middle of case you're going to get what serial killer took notes from in pudu dear. Jimmy matt elliott garin janet reno kyle. I'll be listening to the show for years for the longest time. I've been trying to come up with something to send you all over there to show my appreciation and right when i came up with something who abandoned the studio for over a year. Something i still don't understand. Do something happened. I liked this guy. I now that i've gotten that home. Run of cova joke out of the way. I was at my local farmer's market and i saw these bags of beautiful gourmet popping corn from a local black woman owned business andrew virginia and my wife and i have really enjoyed it. I thought. Hey what an opportunity. I then got a little deeper into this plan before realizing that semi essentially be week popcorn. Two bucks may not be culinary revelation that it should be and if so and so. If that's the case please take my word for it. This popcorn was great. A week ago. I'm really partial to the sweet and spicy bag and the caramel bag has a light touch to the sweetness. I really enjoy in any way. I know that he box popcorn is a simple gesture. But you guys are great. Wanted to show you even a small way. How much i love. The show can't wait to see if you get Can't wait to see you if we ever get another show here in washington dc yours. Kyle ridden kyle reared and that's a great letter. Love it i didn't. He wasn't just resting on the gift he sent. He was like no. I'm putting time and effort into this if it gets read on the air. He should be speechwriter. Just saying when you run for an office. I don't disagree with the right lane. I wished that you would enjoy the thought of running. Also just very funny with smart people in communities i love that part of it i would like the everything else he would hate. I would. Hey we got the mail boxes painted. We thank you be part of all right jimmy. We have to do a meeting where we discuss how the mailboxes will be painted. Elliott elliott czar guy on that you know a good leader knows how to delegate certainly do that mr pardo. I got mailbox painted. I didn't like the color and it's your fault again. That's elliott says. American folks in the book starts here.
"janet reno" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Will. I'm never out of my house after ten o'clock at night and here they wanted meal. The eleven o'clock news to talk about something in politics and so i drive downtown. Five point five miles and there are ten of these and all of them have people standing outside like what the moon her is going on. A lady up in gwinnett county deal problem at the time i was writing a little blog and also running or writing red-state and i happen to put up. Something about this issue is like what can someone explain this to me. I mean i kind of assumed what was happening sure enough. This lady can explained to me that a lot of these places are fronts for prostitution and in many cases there's a lot of signs that their fronts for trafficking. Now two thousand. I start stumbling doing research online and i stumble across a report. Janet reno had written when she was. Us attorney it was actually put out by the bush administration or john ashcroft named george bush's dri general with credit to janet reno and the clinton justice department for beginning the investigation and one of the things they they found was that you draw a circle a a line out. Make a radius a thirty minute radius from any military installation in the southeast and making his thirty minutes from robins air force base. What you will find is that within that thirty minute radius of driving. You will find. Asian themed massage parlors throughout the southeast. United states and many of them are fronts for organiz asian crime. Many of them are human trafficking operations. And this is like okay. This really is what's going on here. This woman in gwinnett guinea. Who by the way was getting death threats as she was campaigning. On regulation gwinnett county was shutting them down She's getting a lot of death threats. And i'm like what or we're going to deal with this and making if they're human trafficking on there were a number of police raids and they could never prove that they're issue in traffic but there are lots of science for example In some of these places to girls slept in the business there were mattresses everywhere in some of these places. They had rooms without working light bulbs and stuff like that all indicating human trafficking. Some of the rules very scared to death to talk to the police and oftentimes what happens is They tell these girls that their families in korea or china river traffic from are going to be murdered if they say anything or that. You can't trust the police because they're in on it and you never know. They may report back to us will kill. You is horrific. What these see what happens to these girls and so we started trying to figure out a way to deal with this and i started educating myself and one of the things that came up is what are things these traffickers do and why so many of these places exist is there are people on city councils on county commissions and local government in the police force who are landlords and the traffickers who opened these massage parlors rent from those people because those people have a vested interest. Even if they don't really believe it they'll turn a blind eye to it and they will make sure not to allow human trafficking. They will not to allow any sort of regulation. That may clamp down on what's happening. It's actually a really organized. Thoughtful scheme and of course. The landlords are kind of ignorant massage parlor. They say they're not engage in human trafficking. You.