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Biden senior adviser says campaign has 'work to do' with Latino voters
"Indicate Joe Biden might have have to to make make up up ground ground to to shore shore up up support support among among Latino Latino voters voters senior senior Biden Biden advisor advisor Simone Simone Sanders Sanders on on ABC ABC ease ease this this week. week. We We know know that that we we have have work work to to do do and and we we have have said said from from the the beginning. Vice President Biden has been very clear about this, as has Senator Harris that we're really working, earn every single vote in this country and we want to earn the votes. Of the little Hispanic community. On the same broadcast, Trump advisor Jason Miller tried to recast the president's plea to supporters to vote twice. The president is not telling people to vote twice. What you're saying is vote vote early, whether it be by absentee, whether it be early voting that's in person and then make sure that your vote is counted either call or show up to the register. The latest CBS News battleground tracker has Biden ahead in Arizona President Trump leading in Minnesota. A lock
Pelosi calls House back to vote on Postal Service legislation
"Fighting back against what they called President Trump's dangerous campaign to starve the US Postal Service of funding to slow mail in voting. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is bringing lawmakers back from recess to consider legislation prohibiting the postal system from making changes ahead of the election. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, accusing President Trump of deliberately slowing down the mail. Donald Trump is undermining some of the most sacred institutions in America, Senior advisor to the Trump campaign, Jason Miller told ABC is this week. Democrats are now trying to rush this through and have wholesale changes in 5 to 10 weeks. The inspector general of the Post office is investigating policy changes made by the new postmaster general. Dozens of
North Carolina, Georgia both in play for Biden, Trump in November
"Latest CBS News Battleground tracker Poll shows Joe Biden with a narrow lead over President Trump in Georgia and North Carolina. CBS News director of surveys. Fred Bacchus says President Trump's handling of the pandemic is weighing on voter. Seven in 10 voters in Georgia and North Carolina. See the Corona virus will be a major factor in their vote, and most voters say President Trump is doing a bad job handling the outbreak and his administration could be doing more. More voters say the Trump administration has hurt their state's efforts to contain the virus, then helped it and mostly, the administration's approach is to let the virus run its course. Rather than actively try to contain it. Spread on Fox News Sunday, Trump Campaign Senior advisor Jason Miller says President Trump wants Election Day to be held November 3rd, but there could be problems in states with Universal mail in voting. President Trump is providing the leadership and calling attention To the fact that these partisan Democratic governors are trying to change the rules with just a couple of months to go in their states do not have the infrastructure to be able to
"jason miller" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"In the war room Jason Miller he to some by phone we've missed for him or he was under the weather for you since self quarantine over Capitol Hill wherever he had a people get engaged in the in the show perfectly the hash tag war room a twenty twenty well let's see the perspective take a comeback I know you're looking you're T. now have the heart to how do you know when you is Morton's delivered by the way this is becoming really strange because yesterday he said to me I'm wearing my smoking jacket that was true now you think about it all absolutely true this is really weird because the Vulcan by the way speaking speaking of speaking of feedback on what's going on in real time getting a lot of comments on the Twitter thread hash tag war room twenty twenty days older people liking your insight about the first responders and the optics of that but also likely you'll file sent to the mobile number Baird's today must be dressed pretty steady that dates and people could get was so old this was an observation that was made before when a camera today Brahim that situations very Natalie attired do you have any any lead comments were talking before I go back to bill that the first responders because he had a great idea anything else paper try telling us well look I'm only use plenty of things on the hashtag on born twenty twenty but I will you know get your book you'll based financial dot on this morning in me I wanted to discuss what we sold off part of it and be free real quick on the on the on the Brian Williams in our day talking about how much money you need Michael Bloomberg spent on the race and and she's reading the tweet alliance and she says you know Bluebook spends five hundred billion dollars on the race that's enough to get every single person in America a million dollars and evidence of what you need to get money out of the race you have Washington university educated yeah Marlon Adams of the New York concert at the markay into New York because it's horrible also for the Wall Street journal yeah Mister mark means two months ago guys didn't didn't Rick Wilson and and Dolan does hit and make fun of trump supporters and fellow with much smaller than that I mean as a matter like by the producer are you I have a I have your clip that you post on this thread recently that actually with the money you spend you could have given every American a million dollars let's put it on screen it when I read it tonight on social media it kind of all became clear Bloomberg spent five anomaly on ads U. S. population three and twenty seven million don't tell us if you're ahead of us on the math he could have given each American one million dollars and I had lunch money left on his way for a very credible way of putting it it's true it's just you know what we're talking right where she is not a graduate member I don't these look at the eating is a great day that was Chuck didn't I don't think you should prioritize I'm not sure if Brian Williams has a degree you could give every American road chinook helicopter to go to a war zone that was his last to fill their heads the MSME all right he went to George Washington did not graduate thank you for following the whole thing about these guys and let Chuck Todd Brian Williams all these guys they're all they're all college dropouts they don't have degrees in the ever they're not break guys they're not they're not well educated KGW does have some graduates GW did you professional it's it's it's a fabulous school it's kind of a feeder school for Georgetown right yeah I went to I went to a popular mechanics Holden from undergraduate I just got my union card thank you for that I did not recognize getting a Georgetown because I didn't apply I just went right I do see myself application fee correct at all but this is gonna go back to the regime the the bra the the Rick Wilson these guys they mocked deplorables day in and day out and they sit there and this this shows you how out of touch they are with the even underlying math of of the country what's going on you remember from the twenty sixteen rallies when the media would come out and mock the trump supporters the people you saw in the audience were teachers they were engineers they were accounts there were lawyers there were doctors they were the people from the forgotten cities that the Obama administration had looked over the greatest wealth transfers you looked at hoops that felt that they didn't have a voice they watch their clients they watch their patients have to leave their towns because there was no work available president trump gave voice to those people and frankly there are some of the smartest people in America they are the most patriotic okay before before you jump get a ten seconds what's more embarrassing Brian Williams screw fear or brit brit Hume have in the porn site up on his on his Twitter feed Mr he because some oh no look I think the the the the mathematics yeah the war on the plate it could be dangerous I know off by a factor of two they're all quite like a trillion dollars I was just back.
"jason miller" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast
"They'll bring in some CBD to help him sleep or if they're having anxiety it can bring a CD but also have a formula of herbs. You know that would be there to help them sleep as well and nervion tonic. Things like school area. Lateral Four Laura the American skullcap passion flower and things of that nature Kabakov Piper. You know things that are just going to be nice and calming and then just bring the cannabis in separate and again. I feel like I'm kind of playing in the dark with cannabis because of what you're talking about because it's such a diverse plant with a diverse array of constituents that then impart a diverse array of physiological facts that it's just hard to to know and so you know. I feel like these sort of I think I use where boutique used were craft. The kind of like the the smaller care for medicine that people put into their products. Were there like I really want this plan because it gives me this type of a feeling when I use it when I smoke it or when I adjusted and I really appreciate that. And that's not just of course I want to make money to everybody's gotTa make but we're at a point where I feel like there's two different divergent paths that cannabis bring us to one is another big cash grab and another big immuno. Who Cares about the environment you know? I see it in the hospitals to. It's like what we just got to help this person right now. So just throw this garbage and don't worry about it for now. This is the emergency we're dealing with. And that's I've gotta make this money and I'm just I. This is my moment to make it and I'll take care of it later. I'll make it up later but this never happens. We just keep making garbage right and then that keeps happening. There's that end of it but then there's this opportunity where I see that the way. That people are seeing cannabis as an opportunity for resource. You know they can generate a lot of resource that it's kind of acting like as I've said before the tip of the spear into an expansion of what our look at plant medicine really is and it's it's deepening are sort of chemical analysis and testing parameters are extraction tools. Everything is changing and growing and becoming. You know just this focal on cannabis but it can branch out to all the plants and we can start to take that technology and sort of enhancing our use of all plant medicine. I think it's it. Has that capacity hoping that we get that and not just the I think I think we will. I think you know it's going to be going in both directions regardless and it's a matter of it's like how much energy is being put into each stream and that's going to determine how far it gets over over time But going back to the springboard effect. I almost everyone that I talked to one. We're talking about cannabis. The conversation always ends up going beyond cannabis. And you know when I do seminars or workshops or whatever we get into discussions about about cannabis and someone always ends up making the connection on their own like. What does this mean for other plants? And what does this mean for food and starting to piece that together that Everything that we're learning about cannabis. It does apply directly and then it opens up new perspectives about these other plants in how we can interact with them and and think about the research them. And that's what I'm really excited about. As a researcher is I think that cannabis time is going to end up. Influencing and promoting a lot of really entering interesting natural products research. Broadly because it's going to change perspectives and cools the scientists. Because that means to be a lot of kind of low hanging fruit cool projects to do. That aren't even necessarily that complicated. Do with all sorts of plants that very worthwhile to do to try to understand and build more information that other people will then use and go in other directions. And we're all feeding this kind of hive. Mind this you know. Sort of higher level consciousness of you know how Culture Society is going to play out in the years to come and So that has me excited and I think it is going to happen but yeah it's just a matter of how. How is our society going to value all of that and put resources and energy into it because the money the gold rush thing is is very real and a lot of a lot of his scary? You know it's it's scary to me to see where that's going. And you know we saw what happened. With opiates opioids movement. And there's lots of different opioids and then of course the the big pushes to make synthetic opioids that you can patent and then sell and of course that's going to happen with can have anoints too. Yep I think maybe if you don't mind we could jump into one of the questions that you had mapped out as a possibility. This was just sort of like looking at the research and and you know for me. I feel like we're having. I think we're at sort of the end of the research. Arc of the revolution of sort of efficacy research is still being promoted and pushed. Because it's a great way to sell a drug. You know if all just map you know the difference between Vicky reach research ineffectiveness. Research is that effectiveness really. Looks at therapy or therapeutic? Approach clinical significance significance like was. I able to effect positive change in patient population using in technique. Or or a you know away of formulation or something like that doesn't require this efficacy model. Which says is this molecule effective for this condition. And that's a great way to sell a drug you know and there are cases where we can still really use that especially sourcing cancer. I I you know there are places. Where targeting a specific tar in molecular receptor. Pathway can be very powerful in a in a disease process like cancer that gets out of control easily. But I wanNA find out you know. How is cannabis effective in? Hauer is plant medicine effective for different conditions. When applied using some principles you know using some basic a- approaches to medicine. And I WANNA see divergence in the in in how we prove. Something's value as a medicine. We're stuck in a place where the money in the cash grab is driving us to keep using this archaic model that was really a model set up in the thirties and forties of you know to to prove out these pharmaceutical medicines and that they were more powerful because they were going to direct function. We want to be in control in the emergency room. Healthy I want I want. I want to be in control in the emergency room. You know someone comes in and he chest pain out male. Let's get them on Xtra Glycerin. Let's throw you know these guys get an St wave elevation. We've got you know this person's having a cardiac event. We need to get them taken care of. We need some single molecules two blocks and pathways and keep them alive. Awesome but I you know what I where cannabis and where I see. Plant medicine is in day to day health. And I don't we don't need to use that model to understand how those things affect our our health and disease you know and so i. I don't know how to make that bridge but I'm pushing for my own work and my own you know search for meaning search for. What am I here to do? I want to try to help proliferate. A A way of approaching medicine away of of proving that looking at a person's lab work combining it with looking at their Chinese medicine diagnosis and then using natural materials. Maybe some drugs to if they're needham but whatever but a combination but that that approach would be effective for patients. How do we move from the efficiency of that single mortgage payments are to a more? Why would call more useful and pragmatic you know? Research approach much more in a much more individualized approach. So you know some of the folks that I've talked to so far have gone into this direction to talking about you know to get to that. There has to be a focus on the patient and their disease. Right right yeah exactly a much more integrated model of what's going on with the patient and not just sort of having this tunnel vision focusing just on a single condition and how to influence those symptoms you know. that pathology but taking the blinders and looking at the person as a whole person and taking their lifestyle and all these different influences of what they're dealing with and trying to but that that takes a lot of time and that's the problem with the current health care model is patients. Don't have that much time to spend with doctors. Because doctors are having to cycle people through they. Have you know what ten minutes sometimes? It's pretty much thinner in so in order to get a full picture of somebody. It means that you can't have as many patients And you know that you're going to have to do a lot more monitoring it takes a lot more Critical thinking To balance all of these pieces and I think something you said is is really important about being open to all of these Treatment options in some not excluding pharmaceuticals recognizing that they do have a role in Certain situations and and trying to understand that balance of getting all of this inc. The lifestyle Diet You know supplemental herbs and things to influence someone's natural states or whatever they're trying to go through in recognizing the role that pharmaceuticals have and not trying to you. Know One issue that we have in the natural products world and in Sort of herbalism and everything is sometimes. There's this kind of intense tribalism. It's like we're so anti-farmer like we will not engage pharmaceuticals at all and. I don't think that's a useful approach. You've gotta understand like like you start off saying this. This pyramid that spectrum that it's all a part of health and wellness and You know one thing that I visualize is you know it's like we're going through these pendulum swings and starting in the early nineteen hundreds those the swing away from uncontrollable medicines invariables and everything towards hyper standardized hyper controlled Research models and going towards single ingredients single active compound ways of thinking and now seems like the pendulum swinging back towards Thinking about things as cultures used to about You know getting in back into traditional Chinese medicine and everything getting more into that holistic picture again and you know probably won't swing as far as it started but you know it's going to oscillate and until they until it comes towards some more happy medium some synthesis between these different perspectives and recognizing under what circumstances to engage all of these these tools. Yeah I think it's world said and you know I like I think you said I think that that's one of my one of my missions in life is to to bridge that those worlds and I think one of the things that came in my mind as you're speaking was the word alternative. And you know cannabis of course was part of alternative culture counterculture for a long time and so it's still kind of gets put into this alternative. Medicine Realm. I think one of the things. That's been really alarming to me. As a person who spends most of my time in the field of medicine with cancer patients. is.
"jason miller" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast
"Everybody. This is Jason. Wilson with curious about cannabis podcast. Thanks so much for tuning in once again today. I am thrilled to be able to sit down with a friend of mine and and very very experienced clinician an expert in Chinese medicine. Doctor Jason Miller Very Jason. How yeah thanks so much for willing to carve out some time to sit down with me and see what conversations we get into about herbal medicine and cannabis and everything in between excited? Thanks for calling me and checking in and asked me to come join your podcast. Yeah totally So just to briefly describe to people some of the work you do and we can get into your your kind of back story later but can you just very briefly. Describe some of the the work you do. And what your expertise with. Yeah sure the practice with a little bit of Dislo background when I graduated from Medical School in traditional Chinese medicine my I went directly into work with an expert in botanical medicine in cancer and so I just started going into this deep study of cancer and chronic disease and then the application of botanical nutritional medicine including lifestyle and Diet and everything else but and I went into the the whole process of evaluating patients and taking the kind of traditional medicine approach that comes from an medical system one that's existed for thousands of years bringing that knowledge and wisdom through wisdom tradition and then digging deeply into the research of the modern science model and seeing you know what were the best possible solutions for person struggling with a cancer diagnosis. And so that's where you know until for fifteen years. I basically been you know continuing to practice Chinese medicine. I do acupuncture. I do body work in the clinic. I evaluate neurological conditions. And help you with pain but I do that in a small amount of my time. Most of my time is spent either researching cancer different therapies. What's going on with herbs and interactions and then just working with patients who are basically you know coming to me saying. Hey here's my situation. I don't know what to do. I've got this this opinion and it's you know they're like I need help and so then that's where I come in and say okay. Well let's take a look at you. Let's take a look at the ecosystem you Livin and let's take a look at water all the possible avenues. We could choose to help you get through this. In a way that provides you know longevity and quality of life. Yeah well not that segues into the first thing I wanted to talk about. Is You know when you think about the role that medicinal plants have in health care and medicine and just overall lifestyle wellness What's your approach and philosophy? There how do you see all of that fitting in with it? Maybe IT'S A. It's good to kind of look at a spectrum that I see which there's a spectrum of medicine which really starts with anything from meditation and Prayer and goes all the way down to things like radiation and surgery and in the middle of this sort of pyramid. There's all these different modalities everything from acupuncture chiropractic work and massage into you know food as medicine and nutritional agents and then into botanical medicine as whole agents and formulas and then you know botanical extracts and isolated botanical compounds and then into drugs and things and to me. It's all part of medicine and my focus is on the plants because I really think of plants as medicine and I think all of life has medicine at some point. Everything is medicine at some point but plans have a really unique place. Because the very familiar to us. It's our micro bio are micro. Biota are just so you know perfect for working with plant compounds as food right. I mean we'll take in complex mixtures of molecules that we would refer to as you know. Air FLUID FOOD PLANTS MEDICINE. And so there's a place where food sort of bridges into like a medicinal food and then it moves in from there into like a plant medicine and from there. It goes into potent plant medicines that have a narrow therapeutic index so I think of plants as really being on the spectrum and for me are the foundational medicine for us. It's our choices every day. That's the medicine that we need to make sure is supporting us and not hurting us. And the more we move from the spectrum from just sort of that food and to that you know more directed and physiologically changing medicine than the more we want to be specific about our choices and understand the medicine and how to apply to the person right. Well I think that's that's really important to illustrate because the way that I think most people interact with food and plants and medicines and everything is we tend to grow up. Thinking of things of food keeps you alive. You know dietary supplements help fulfil some nutritional deficit or whatever and then you've got pharmaceuticals which are the real medicine and Right and you know what you're illustrating is is actually the whole spectrum is influencing your pharmacology physiology and it starts to put much more emphasis emphasis and responsibility on a person to manage how they're engaging with all things in their life and not just thinking of like. I take medicine when I'm sick but more more preventative walk. As we expected. We kind of jumped into a pretty critical topic. I think in in the realm of Health and disease right in that is just daily choices and if we think of everything as medicine or the dose defines the poison right you know even like you think about music music is very uplifting and very just focusing in enhances cognition and other music can be dissident and can and. That's that's all okay. It's all choices but when it gets into what we put into our bodies I think If we could just like I think you said the word responsibility you know. Take responsibility for our everyday choices and how they affect our health or disease and that idea that you said that you know as a kid you started out with there was food that kept you live in like there's supplements that could give you some nutrients and then there was medicine which is pharmacy right. I mean within that model. There's no responsibility on you to make any any choices you know about your health and so we're basically just supporting a pharmaceutical mechanism of disease of treating disease. If you make the wrong choices you're going to get to the point where you need pharmaceutical medicine. And that's just the way it goes right and the reality that we see is that there isn't a clear distinction. It's basically if you make good choices along the way and you have of course you gotTa have good genes. You gotTa have a decent constitution there. There's factors that come in with but if you just consider everybody's sort of on a level playing field the choices that we make are going to direct us towards needing those pharmaceutical medicines or never needing them well on the the whole concept of Diet. I mean it's changing now but all through my throughout my upbringing. I'm sure you're to the focuses on. Oh I don't want to be fat and so you to control your weight right not your health right which are very very different things absolutely and like all these traditional medical systems looked at different archetypes or would we in the eye rating system that we call it DOE. Shas right the idea that some people are more coffee. They just have a tendency to build more tissue. You know like some of that might be a little bit of layer of adipose tissue right. I'm one of those people. Yeah you know and again. It's not a matter of like. Oh the the optimum health of the human being looks like this. And you've got a picture of Arnold Schwarzenegger flexing the muscles or something. That's not. That's not the real story. The real story is that everybody has a place that works for their constitution for their genetics their microbiology and how that all works together to provide for them. You know health and I think you're right This idea that being fat is a bad thing is is very Undermining it settles on the wrong transact. Yeah instead of just like. Hey you know making healthy choices. How do you make healthy choices? Teaching people to make healthy choices. And I think there's a lot of you know sickness that goes into an mental seconds. Think mental health is such a huge piece of what we're what we're suffering from you. We look at the physical world and our bodies and how sickness and cancer and everything else. But it's really the mental health right. That's driving at all. It's all connected right. I mean the the gut brain axis absolutely. We now understand that. What's going on in the guy had his influencing the central nervous system. All usually all of these these different pieces and vice versa. There's there's this bidirectional communication going on and There've been studies looking at things like schizophrenia. Bipolar autism all sorts of different things. That show very strong. Correlations between gut health and how those conditions present themselves And you know while you and I might be exposed to that research you know kind of view that as at this point kind of common knowledge I don't think it is a lot of people You know just how things are connected old patterns or Old Habits Die. Hard writer die. Friday I mean the whole field of neuro gastroenterology has been just so fascinating because not only is it this bidirectional communication. But we've found that in the Vegas nerve system right which deep endocrine control network right which is basically setting us up for you. Know a balance in Homeo- stasis that ninety five percent of the signaling between the Mezin teric neurological system the network. There is going from the gut up right of the brain. That's pretty fascinating right now. Because I've always felt like that. My My brainers my mind. It's here it's not up here. It's being processed here and being filtered being put through all kinds of channels that I've created through life experience. But there's a place in my gut that I just either. No something is right or no something is wrong and I'm always trying to find out. How can I tune back into that and it just something that I think a lot of us know and we're talking about these old patterns and people have incited the research yet but I think most people can agree that a lot of big decisions in their life decisions if they got it if they feel they really feel they really know it and I think that. Just bring back to your original question about you. Know How do I view medicinal plants? Or how do I think about botanical medicine? And I think it's a major ecological influence I think you and I both talk about ecology and ecosystems a lot. I think it might be hard for some listeners. To to just get what are we talking about and really just mean inside the body. What is the material that we're bringing through the digestive tract? Which for all intents a person is an is not in our bodies. It's actually a separate container that we carry around with us so that we can hold the material that we are you know then sticking our roots into like a tree with the ground right to pull the nutrients out and we'd like to carry around with us so that we can be mobile right and be a sessile plant plant for survival can Go periods of time without eating exactly. Yeah and plants are sessile offs right. They just sit in one place and nestled into the soil and that's a beautiful strategy and it works really well for them they send out their seeds and spread their pollen. And all that stuff. It's beautiful to watch that happen but where we are taking the energy that they've produced has plans eating it carrying our bodies and being able to move around and do things and I think that's really important piece to understand for people that we are doing the same basic thing that all the other life forms are doing here. We're just basically a tube in one end and the tube on the other end in the middle. We have the stuff that we're digesting. And that's what I mean by ecosystem is that it's not like here's a tube and I'm putting some stuff in it. It's like no here's a very complex seemingly infinitely complex network of sales immunological cells things that are happening. My blood all kinds of my blood all kinds of growth factors in neuro transmitters and just a huge amount of of structure that makes up me. And that's interfacing with this micro Bayada this this what we call the microbiome which is really the DNA of those macrobiotic right. But what is that look like inside is its filling. The whole internal canal of digestive track with life and that life is then interacting with the ecosystem. Which I'm calling. Which is the material. I'm putting in in the sense of neuro gastroenterology right and it's that balance. That really has a huge impact on how we think how we feel our mood. You know getting upset easily transfer stimuli. Yeah all that stuff and so you know when I go back to my study of plants and I was a I was going to be a medical doctor. That's where I was headed was in a biology student. I went into a premed and I did. Three and a Half Years University of Minnesota had two offices on campus. I was a TA..
"jason miller" Discussed on AviatorCast: Flight Training
"On this episode of Aviator cast a flight instructor. Refresher course welcome aviators do another episode of aviator cast load up your flight bag with useful flight training topics interviews in aviation passion. Let's kick the tires and light the fires coming to you from Angola Tech Headquarters in homer. Alaska Yours your host in flight instructor. Chris Palmer Alright. Aviators welcome to another episode of aviator cast. My name is Chris Palmer. I'm actually out of my office now. You'll notice that the studio has changed. I am in the Office of a mentor of mine. Actually my commercial instructor as well in Camarillo California will be here for several months just getting away from the Alaska winter with my family and being some family down here so I'm out of my normal area but still plan on bringing content and so we're going to dive right into a fresh subject for me today. Which is a flight instructor refresher course that I took this last weekend so essentially as flight instructors typically we dedicate ourselves to professionalism in the industry and we try to continually learn and grow as educators. Now that isn't always the case but I would say that for a lot of my colleagues it certainly is but on top of that. There is a regulatory requirement that we have continued training and one of those things is what's called a flight instructor refresher course if you don't do a flight instructor refresher course every two years then then you'll have to retake your cf. I check ride so that is something that a lot of people want to avoid in so they take a flight instructor Refresher courses or there are several ways to get around that if you are actively instructing passed off a number of people You can have a DP basically sign it for you I think you can also maybe get it through a wings course. There are some other avenues to get it done but the easiest way is simply do a fighter structure refresher course and what people are doing. These days are actually doing it online. So they'll just log onto the website and do it for many number of providers out there. There are a handful of them but I actually had an opportunity here in California. It just so happened to work out that as soon as I was getting in town there is going to be one held In Sacramento California By Jason Miller who is a friend of Mine and a mentor of mine? And I'm sure you may know of him too. He's from the finer points and does a really good job with his content. Go ahead and check him out if you don't know who he is already. He's very much in a similar vein to what I do. But he's been doing it much longer than I have and just has a lot of great insight. So he's definitely someone worth following. I know you'll find a lot of value out of what he does. So since Jason and I are friends. I thought this'll be the perfect opportunity for me to not only get my finest striker refresher course done which needed to be done here within the next several months but I could also hang out with them a little bit. I could see how he live for one of these weekend long courses so. I decided to make a trip up there. I went from L. A. Up to San Francisco got picked up by Jason. Then we flew out of his home airport of San Carlos which is where he teaches and and got to the Little Airport restaurant there subsequently we we flew up to Sacramento which is where it was held and had a beautiful fly over San Francisco. The Golden Gate Bridge Alcatraz we even did another lap and got to see the city from a different angle is great defilement Jason. I don't think he and I had actually had the opportunity to do that yet. So that was that was enjoyable and I got some great footage and some great pictures at the same time. I've actually already posted some of those to my instagram. So really enjoyed that process of actually just flying up there. Beautiful flight landed at San Francisco at Executive quite a busy little airport not a lot going on there in terms of. I don't know it's just kind of unassuming but A caller Portland at sunset. Sort of thing so beautiful so then that Kinda kicks off the busy weekend so the plan was to essentially work from around seven thirty. Am each day until five PM. We condensed out a little bit more because of the lunches that we took you know everyone agreed to basically crammed in a little bit more so Went through that whole weekend Essentially going through the course now. I'm not exactly sure from the curriculum. In what is required to be taught but this whole thing was put on by AO PA Air Safety Institute and so they had their own curriculum that they kind of touch on. Of course. It's definitely up to whoever is teaching the chorus. Which is Jason this case to go through and and put his own spin on it so I got to see that That take place and I was able to Be there and and take advantage of it so it was a very interesting process will share a little bit more about that as we go through it but just as kind of an example of some of the subjects we touched on we talked talked about the safety transient aviation in the accidents. That are continuing to happen. We talked about Teaching effectively and building Cultura Safety in aviation we had the FAA come in and present to us a little bit. We talked about professionalism about navigation in the twentieth century. We talked about regulatory policy runway safety. Tsa training pilot proficiency. Those are the things that I'm going to go through today. There are some other subjects Speckled in there that I didn't necessarily take notes on But I thought these would be worth covering today at least a couple of things here and there just to give you kind of a a look into the mind of an instructor and and what we look for and what we look toward when we are teaching and some of the things out there right now that are on. That's on our radar so I was actually on the same floor in the hotel as the Firkh so is nice because I could just literally leave my room and a few doors down was the room that was very convenient. I would say there were probably about forty students there. That's just a rough guess but I think that's about how many students were there. I would say most of the people there weren't necessarily active instructors. Lake Jason and I but They were there to renew their certificate their their flight instructor certificate and be able to just carried on. You know everyone has their own little story on wanting to keep it going so they can teach on the side a little bit but they're only handful of active instructors there now that's all fine and I'm really glad there's actually plenty of. Cfi's out there that are trying to carry this forward and trying to keep everything active. So I'm not putting myself above anyone in that sense because there were people there. This guy there We found out this after the class is over. But he had flown the DC to DC three four DC six. He'd flown everything back in the day. So I mean I. I don't have anything above those people that aren't necessarily active instructors answer they'd given thousands of hours But you know I was. I was in good company and honored to be there and excited to learn from Jason. So let's get into some of the subjects that were covered. Hope you find some of these thoughts useful so let's just dive until now already mentioned them just a little bit and now will just a guarantee. Oh okay so the first one is safety trans so as I go through these. I'm just getting mentioned several things about this particular subject and kind of move on. It's going to be a little bit random but I'm sure we'll find some good nuggets here. That will help you out and be a value to you on this podcast okay. So eighty percent of accidents are caused by pilots. Actually a little surprised. It's that low. I thought it was more like ninety percent. But it's just kind of a a driven point that we are the most important part in making sure that we have aviation safety now as I go through here. Some of these thoughts may actually be jason's thoughts are quotes that he wrote down. And I don't know exactly what those are. But this course has done by Jason and so a lot of these quotes are from him and he's a quote machine so he's pretty good that way These days a lot of a lot of accidents are coming from loss of control accidents. Of course a landing is the number one place we get loss of control. We've all heard that base to final turn or maybe you haven't but that base the final turn where you know. Maybe you're getting a little slow or or you start to even skid the airplane a little bit and you you don't maintain your airspeed. Lots of factors can contribute to loss of control in that base to final turn and it certainly something the FAA wants not only pilots to know. But it's a big emphasis for us instructors because we are kind of the first line of Defense in making sure that those things happen. Jason mentioned taking out of the cockpit so essentially that all decisions. All things that you're going to do are made beforehand particularly those things that are Safety related so Purcell minimum sort of stuff that you already know that you're not going to make those decisions now fast forward a few days. Jason was really eager to get home to his family. He has a two year old and nine year old or ten year old And and being father myself. I know there's a lot of pressure to get home. So he has the pressure to get home on on Sunday evening after we were done but he had his personal minimums and the wind where he was going was forty knots and he couldn't go so he said that he can't change. He can't change his minimums the day the flight. So he stuck around actually. The win ended up dying down to levels that were within his minimums in the Jason Win. So just a you know he. He wasn't just preaching these things he's actually practicing them which I thought was good which Save pilots do all right We talked a little bit about the Kobe. Bryant incident actually intend on my next podcast being about the Kobe? Brian Incidents specifically. I've really avoided getting into this. But I think I can do in a tactful enough way where people can learn something from it that I think it's okay to talk about now. So I'll go through share details about that in a separate podcast but essentially that at the end of the day It looks like that boiled down to pilot error and that when we are getting into a bad situation that if you're getting into a whole as Jason said here if you're getting into a hole stop digging. I thought that was a really good quote that you know. Sometimes we refer to it as the domino effect but we gotta stop at some point and just reverse course Orlando or whatever it is and get ourselves out of the situation so I thought that was an interesting one That I think we can all we could all think about a little bit more are okay. So Ninety one point three was something that came up again That is the responsibility in authority. The pilot in command and at the end of day were all ultimately responsible for the safety of our passengers in hand. Safety just keeps coming back to that for me is it's it's It's getting people home safe to their families and doing everything we can to make sure we do that. Aviation and flying in the transportation side of it is very convenient in a lot of ways but it's also very unforgiving if we push it too hard so we've got to be able to make sure we have checks and balances. They're just briefly. We touched on personal minimums I I have a greater commitment myself to make sure my students go through their own. Personal minimums We talked about being a coach versus being a boss and a coach obviously gets the best game out of the athlete. I think that's how Jason phrased it there and it's so true like I shouldn't be this way anyway as an instructor. I shouldn't be this authority in the airplane that basically hammers at home on my student. It should be more of coaching them into teaching themselves. Essentially is what it ends up being. We talked about the point of saturation for students. And what the has to do with safety as well so basically bringing them to a place where they can see that. They are at the point of saturation and And and that's where a lot of learning happens and it also helps the student see that they are or basically limitations helps them see their limitations at that point I wrote down these questions here. Just for myself to ponder and that is why is there such a disparity of risk between people like instructors and regular everyday pilots? Do we just see more of these accidents so basically what was happening here in the class as we were going through these different accidents that had happened. They were safety institute. Videos and Air Safety Institute puts out a lot of great videos to review and people just do the dumbest things in airplanes some time..
"jason miller" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast
"Have I am working. Hang on a new book. It'll be a bigger book than I have ever done before. So I'm thinking maybe twice the size of the sorceress secrets and that book is about spirit work and it's GONNA cover every aspect of it. It's it's something that I have integrated into my other books but not as much as says is really representative in my practice right so I just started it. That's GONNA take a couple years a year or two to tune finish up get together but it's all outlined than everything. Now I have stopped consulting. I think actually You mentioned my author consultant High have actually other than a few repeat clients. I am maxed out. Doc Right till I have actually backed away from consulting Entirely so I am. I am now dropping in the consultant aspects other than for people that I'm already working with. I'm working with a few people in a few companies so so I'll continue to do some work here and there But in general might my days as a reader in consultant Anthony in spirit. Worker for people are over right But other than that. I want to get this book out. I have a few more courses in me that I am excited about. I am just wrapping up now. A Course on Purba sorcery sorcery of the razor. Now which is my way of teaching the Eli Practice a And so I will probably that has only been offered to people in the strategic sorcery community. I may offer that to a wider community community. All beyond that. We'll see where life leads sure. Well that's always important to that. Isn't it well Jason. Thank you so much for that fascinating talk. Do you have a final message. A final word for our audience in regards to your your teachings and in regards to what is your conviction as well yes The message that I wanna a give out is that you are what you think about. You are what you do every day. And if if you're listening to this podcast chances. Are you think a lot about magic and you do a lot of magic so think about what. You're aiming that magic out if it's money if it's love if it's power if it's serenity if it's just being healer whatever it is start devoting equal amount of time to those things outside of magic and it will actually catalyst the magic that you do. So if you're a healer if you start studying anatomy and and the body it will increase your ability ability to do magical healing. If you're working on financial sorcery steady money and the movement of money and personal finance And Business and it will catalyst your ability to do magic in those fields. You are what you you think about and what you do well. I think that's a great final message and very important. Thank you so much Jason. Do be with us today here. Just Salsa Paul Service podcasts. Very grateful for your time and it wasn't good our did we spent together. Thank you so much. Thank you In a UH defectors sector's super dark magic musique by PD Greenwich Three was the last three pieces. You could here today on this episode sewed after thoughts Hermes podcast and of course. You're listening to my interview with author. Teacher and Sorcerer Jason. Jason Miller I do hope you enjoy to talk and that we could answer some of the questions that you have and open some new salt thoughts to discussion. I find it personally very important for every O- cultist magician or her medicine. Whatever you call yourself yourself to be interested and curious for all kinds of different off ideas and thoughts? This custom appreciate them. And Jason is a good example for that before we now come to the end of our episode is still Oh huge amounts of our next show number forty seven it will be the countdown to fifty and a special thing is running and I am very happy to present you in episode six of the current season a very interesting and also very kind couple from the United Kingdom Kingdom the inventors owners and managers after Wonderful Publishing House scarlet imprint themselves. Cultist this artists and very interesting thinkers artistic domecq and PD gray. We had a lovely discussion discussion about their work. And this in general and I'm really looking forward to presenting it to you next week. Starting on February Ninth Twenty Twenty Twenty for today. I'm now saying goodbye to you. It was lovely to have you with me as my audience Once again do comment do communicate dent to become a patron. I'm waiting for you for now. I can only say day care. Stay tuned here. You Sue UH Aw Uh Aw.
"jason miller" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast
"The sorcerer by fired earth music at perfect introduction to what now follows in our interview we welcome somebody who interestingly calls himself a saucer no sir sometimes also which or a magician but honestly I am not aware of many people who call themselves as sorcerer today. Hey I'm speaking to American authored teacher and saucer Jason Miller Jason and I had very relaxed talk walk from his home in the. US East starting off with my usual question. About what made Jason to be the person in the world of your cult that taste today and we will go far back together to his fifth year and his very first experiences. Jason has walked along many different pass. Like Hoodoo Tundra Pagans men. Of course what is today called to Western as Oteri tradition in these talk. We also very openly discuss the metro of proposing magic as a business. Earning your life with did and what that means. One of chase's specialities I would say is also the fact of working at the intersection of metaphysical a physical influence and financial metrics. So it is very interesting to hear his take on those questions as always I will. Oh come back to you after about thirty minutes into the interview because then we are going to take a musical break but for now follow me into the realm of strategic sorcery. Let's join Jason Mater. Here.
"jason miller" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast
"Today is not season two episode to. I'm afraid sorry about that. So no match here. This season four episode five already and it is named sorcery strategy spirituality and and our guest in. Today's show is American author. Teacher and Sorcerer Jason Miller. My name is Rudolf off. I am the Creator and host of thoughts armies podcast and it is a pleasure for me to welcome you yet again to another episode here from from my place near Austrians beautiful capital Vienna in fact this episode bears internal production number fifty. But it's only one of forty six episodes star out there to be heard well numerology again here because four of them have already been taken out of circulation because they were outdated or just chores denouncements donald valid anymore but what that means that. Soon there will be fiftieth episode out there and I have something very special for that in mind already radio if all goes well technically the real number fifty will be published on March first and if all goes well this will be the very first video interview on the thoughts armies podcast so keep fingers crossed and stay tuned to get more INFO CT and no borys for the old only listeners. There will always be also an audio only version available. Some people just find it nice to see me and my partner so here we go will give them intrigued as well. The meantime if you like what you hear here and if you have not yet heard all of the other episodes no problem. They are all available available on different sources..
Ex-Trump staffer suing over pregnancy discrimination
"Of president trump's former staffers is claiming she was given the cold shoulder than frozen out of a White House House job job after after she she got got pregnant pregnant as as a a result result of of an an affair affair with with her her married married supervisor supervisor during during trump's trump's twenty twenty sixteen sixteen campaign campaign CBS CBS news news reports reports that that Monday Monday AJ AJ Delgado Delgado filed a federal lawsuit alleging discrimination from trump's campaign and other now former staffers including Steve Bannon insists on Spicer then rinse previous Delgado said she felt humiliated and degraded and that the alleged discrimination was malicious and conducted with full knowledge of the law Delgado is a political commentator who was an early supporter of Mr trump's candidacy in twenty fifteen the lawsuit says trump praised Delgado as a star and said at least three times he hire her if you want well according to Delgado things took a turn during the transition when the father of her child Jason Miller allegedly told her she could be seen waddling around the house the White House and Spicer said that the White House was quote no place for a new mom the lawsuit demands a jury trial determine damages to be paid to her the press office for Mr trump's twenty twenty campaign did not respond to a request for comment meanwhile the trump campaign filed for arbitration against Argyle claiming she broke a non disclosure
"jason miller" Discussed on ShopTalk
"And when you go and tell people, hey, you know, the to NBC in view CLI is X number of bytes over the wire, you can tell them the module version, and that's all you have to say. It's totally okay. The for the ninety percent use case. That's what you're shipping. They've been kind of doing that work to get everybody on board. So now VCE ally has shift differential serving react CLI has differential serving in its next branch. I think next year. Yes. Might even be looking into it, which is super cool create. Let's go so people know this. It's like coming. It's like it's happening maybe slower than we'd like, but the tools know, this that are fixed the tools. No, it everyone knows that. This is this is an opportunity. There's some discussion of whether this is enough or whether that module versus doesn't have modules cutoff is going to turn into the next one bundle to to rule them. All so people have been pitching, oh have a script tag with an acing function in it. And then check to see whether at got declared, successfully and low depending on that. So you're litmus test is instead do I support a safer way. Yeah. Changed that the test is should be hopefully, the test becomes easy to change. No. Yeah. So the the beauty of module. No modules that nothing else can ever come close to touching is that it does not require script execution in order to make this native browser feature. Yeah. With the section of safari ten point one point something, they broke no much attribute. But this will work around for that. But involves some script execution. But a lot because it was a patch update. And it's been fixed people will just ignore that. And that's fine. So win windows this, no module module. No module future. I mean, are is it happening here in twain nineteen or is it. Yeah. I think so I think once you get the the starter packs of the world like once angular CLI UCLA next Jay ask rate act up and react CLI have all ships. This really the only thing left is boy or plates, and that Gauntlett has now been laid right? Like, we know what the what the standard is as a result of people actually deploying these things or production seeing the size benefits, and by the way, not only size benefits. The killer feature here is when you load something as a module, you're in a different part. You were literally there's like two modes for jobless for partial classic and module and classic does crazy stuff. You can use HD. Male comments and Java script into classic par and this wild. Yeah. There are so many things that we the we everybody if you if you thought about it would recognize like, Yep. That doesn't belong in the scripting language that I wanna be using twenty nineteen. And so many of them are turned off in modules that like this is just the the hugest single way to make that giant leap for quite literally. We've been calling this new era kind of modern Java script and under the hood in this the module, the there's a new job as modern Java. Oh, yeah. Like everything strict boat by default. And you know, while it might not feel like it means a lot. It wait when you're talking about a jobless for pension that needs to compile stuff. Right. We're not really interpreted engines anymore. The exception of the first tiny fraction of time. Your app is running in in VA now anytime where you can not have to account for some crazy edge case, especially ones that are very unlikely to ever be used or to happen like mutating the arguments object in place like that's a that's a cost savings at the engine level. But we have to be in a mode where we can enable it as modules just like one. It's like a very neatly packaged with a bow version of this that you can opt into super easily. This reminds me of this is such a small thing comparatively to what we're talking about here. But there's this feature and CSS a call at supports a block of you can write a in a hesitation or Java script API as well. But you can you can write a in for three four years..
"jason miller" Discussed on ShopTalk
"Argument for like, oh, you just use modern things, and we'll just ship modern things and people are gonna read their browsers. If you're in a position where you're forced to be pragmatic, both this at least what you've been able to do here is take a problem where you had to have one solution before where you had to go lowest common denominator, and you've given it to denominators, right? He split the problem completely to and now you have like modern and everything else you can load that everything else bundle up with all the transpired seems like a really good pattern like really good and Java scrip- community. I feel like has had a lot of success stories at at sharing what best practices and having having that just dig into the mind share of the world of everybody. Just does it that way. But this one it doesn't seem to be winning to me. It doesn't seem to be like this is de facto is there. Some way to we can get it there, or like could a tool like web pack or something just kinda start helping with this by default or something. Interesting physician here because they're substrate for like the ninety percent use case like most of this is totally a grandiose generalization, but most web hack usage is either through some sort of a CLI rapper like rate react at UCLA, pre xc ally, next, jazz, whatever or it's something somebody cloned because they they were learning pack or like found a conflict. It was really good basted west bosses. Or like one of the starter packs that have more stars than capable of rendering. And because it sort of takes them out of position where they were they could do something like this by default because they don't set the defaults. These tool set the defaults. So one of the things that like I didn't been, you know, very very arms. I don't wanna take any credit for any of this because I'm totally uninvolved people like Chris Baxter who's who's now. Google Luke Edwards. Petite a bunch of people have been kind of in this space poking. The various, you know, command line to offers being hey, like, there's this huge usually like on the over thirty percents. I saving you can get..
"jason miller" Discussed on ShopTalk
"jason miller" Discussed on ShopTalk
"And I've got this pure function that returns dumb. My my logical like back of the brain is going. Hey, if you wanna add state, you should implement hooks and then use hooks. And so everything I do. Now has this this awful white subtext of fine. How that happens? I feel like even see us land. You learn let's say you learn CSS, great and use it a lot. Now. Everything that you come across that has any kind of layout. You're like use grid used the grid scratch. Don't use grant us like a float or whatever. And then this little demon on like. Petr with Greece. So I guess so does not have hooks yet or a vicious where I get to tell you that we spent the last year rewriting react from scratch. I mean, no lines of code copied over generally, not even looking at the existing implementation before joint Google, I was trying to figure out how the heck we were going to do fragments in three act fragments. It's like a a node in the virtual Dom tree. They can have children whatever. But then when you go in like render rendering out to the dawn, it's gone and the way that preempt stiff has always worked that is ridiculously hard to do. 'cause it if the virtual against the dumbs like you can't get rid of something. And then compared to it later. That's that's why it's funny because in the I think of it as just sugar kind of like, I know it matters because it and in the end, it's diff- that's not there some kind of wrapping element in the kind of nice to have that level of HTML control. But it doesn't seem like that big of a deal. You know? Yeah. It it's weird. Like, my first has it. This was why don't we create a persistent in the Dom like you can't use document fragment because when you append to document something it kinda all Senate still can get moved instead of copy. But like what if you had an element that had a shadow route and a slot. And you know, it slotted it's yeah. Like as my brain started going into the weeds, they're trying to figure out like how can a little also seems like you could go diff- style equals display contents. And then the the parent of kind of disappears. Yeah. That kind of work. So like our. Workers giant giant mega thread on the compatibility. And my, hey, how come there's no fragment? And my solution was just fragment equals like give styling this contents. And there are people using that. And there's something those scary and amazing about fact that that is the case. Yeah. Because it's still FEC selectors. Right. Like, yeah. That's like it affects selectors, and like one of the things that I talked to grow in a lot of like the reality system and kind of parlay things between those two groups and one of the things that always comes up is like the difference between the Dom in the virtual dumb is the virtual dumb has a cost asymptotically approaches euro, so like, yes, you could build a virtual Dom tree that would take a while to traverse, but you're going to run into some other performance issue before you ever scale up to that point by the only people who are legitimately face. This issue are like the Facebooks of the world, and they have the engineers on staff to figure out. But like that's a big difference. Like, you you can't necessarily persist all this stuff in the actual dumb because those things aren't fully free. And you might run into a case where like the size of your virtual Dom tree. Even if the size of real for real dumb trees should be small affects the, you know, stop retaliation time for your whole at because these are things selectors could match. It gets messy. Yeah..
"jason miller" Discussed on ShopTalk
"I'm Dave over three kilobytes with Chris clear. Chris, I don't know. How may kill? I thought you're going to call yourself. Dave never slow. No, Chris Chris fast, hand Quere. Insta- paint. That's all I got. Hey, chris. Why are we talking about kilobytes? And well, we're in the middle of our our kind of our modern Java script ecosystem mini series here, which has been exciting to talk about, you know, had great guests on. And then last week we got to just talk with each other about crap. I think we spend a, you know, two thirds of the episode talking about CSS jaaz that was fun fun. And but this week, we're we're we're gonna continue on with our guests. And we have a perfect guest to talk to us about all things Java script and speediness. Mr. Jason Miller. Hey, jason. How are you? I am. Well, are you guys fantastic? Jason is in Boston at the Google to set the stage. Yeah. Is that? Right. Yeah. I am at. Guga and in developer relations, and whatever that means these days. Yeah. Changes daily. The only thing since I can't focus on anything. It's actually quite a good job for me. New title great. I'll just. It wasn't a dream job for you. Because you know, you could probably do anything you're known for bunch of libraries and stuff that will get into. I imagine you have a, you know, I don't know. I feel like a guy like you. You know, you could bring that knowledge just about anywhere was it was it was Google reach out to you. Or were you like that'd be awesome to have an impact at the web by going. There been Ables. We had done some stuff for events in the past kinda just lining things up. And eventually I realized that most of the people who I knew worked at Google. So I might as well go in work. Also, I could go. Yeah. That's why worked at this is cream stand in college already worked there. Same diff-? Just love the product, you know. Okay. Cool in Google care. Clearly cares about web speed stuff. Right. Like all kinds of products from Google that are that are our web performance based and you care about that too. You know, probably most notably, you know, viewed. Perhaps if you haven't heard of Jason, which should be crazy. But just in case, you haven't you probably have heard of pre-act right huge library. That's kind of. I don't know you tell us. I'm not gonna tell the world preempt is Jason sitting right here. What is it? Let me see if I can remember the elevator pitch. You know, what he's asking pre-act is a tiny like three kilobytes. What's the best way to describe this is he tiny three kilowatt library that kind of feels like react. And over the years that has evolved to mean, multiple things. But in its presence dated means that if you're a person who knows react with who wants to know react, but you want to build an app where you may not be able to use react or you are like embedding, sending someone else's website. There's constraints there is like you can use your react skills. But. Using only the tiniest little substrate possible. So it's almost like if you if you were going to use Manila j s but you want to use a bunch of react patterns. This is the library. You might go for..
Rival Korea leaders to meet in Pyongyang in September
"On this thirteenth day of August new this morning the rival Koreas have agreed dole the third. Summit between their leaders in Pyongyang's sometime before the end of September. The agreement comes amid an ongoing, nuclear standoff between Washington and Pyongyang the Korea said in a statement. They reviewed ways to set up agreements made at the past summits during nearly two, hours of talks Monday that meeting between Seoul and. Pyongyang comes experts see slow progress on efforts to disarm North Korea since
"jason miller" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"White house communications director jason miller that his son with trump adviser aj delgado following a night on in las vegas apparently the two of them where'd you allows vegas strip club with members of the media for trump's final debate against hillary clinton late october you do the math miller confirmed the birth of her child on wednesday so words this guy in terms of woods who together did they stay a couple of others just a baby bopping around think he was married at the time as well yeah okay you know if they're still together i don't know so the gaza by have followed this week cara and has been the chris pratt affair splint um apparently add they are the there are two problems if you believe a jury in the new york post anyway the one thing is that they are very competitive one of the she's not a big star anymore and he's always looking for laugh sensitive both pretty insecure if that was the vets through law i don't know the cheese ever been a big star in he wasn't either it's just that you know in the last few years he's gotten huge and he's never home because he's done how many big movies over the last few years identifiable huge blockbusters so i imagine he's traveling all the time i think they travel together sometimes but it would just be really really difficult i would think fence she's filming in la honor tv show sociology it has a nine to five job and he's basically from like a three like a nice guy kind of chebii three eta leg and nine and a half so i that's hard to get very hot religious and she's not so as he is he yeah he is pretty religious christian i don't know about her that now she's quoted as anyway so that's that story i.
"jason miller" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Come out about donald trump and his new team trump has continued to name is cabinet and there was supposed to being the communications director that's like a bomb shot aspires that's it i do is dictating and directing all the communications efforts jason miller i see was supposed and he was named conclusions director somebody step down saying you know what this is too much time away for my family we all know that first of all that's always the ass that room is never it's the reason why somebody steps out sometimes we end up signing out the real reason sometimes we got right so for example i'll never forget there was a state senator who is from home who is the it's been ways in meetings and i'm right and you know up wins and means guide he was pretty much that to be the next analyze and you're right asshole the next step is is someone's your sent ways in means year than and everybody a lot attempted pat idea tacos and suddenly he just resign and he said he wants spend more time with family and come on i knew that was ridiculous what do you watch that but the story never came out i i did not do my and my report early dude busting opened the story of why the an idea tacos decide to step down but any rate there is that a lot of speculation about jason miller and there's a sense year that he's got some other family on the side that woman on the side boasts actually it was it eight you don't got out like and and conway seem to be referencing this so here's the here's the quote great to his scheme is wife are expecting a second child next month he said two days after deployment is communications director's he said is going to be stepping down the white house job and be too demanding the quote from him official quote.
"jason miller" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM
"To run away with costs am i think i think that was good news but the nuclear common has a lot of people nervous this you know most greatly strengthen expand our nuclear capability and to the well comes to its ounces of people thinking and a term spokesman specifically was jason miller sent in an email after the tweet to kind of clarify there mark he said that the president intended to make a point entirely different from the plane meaning at the tweet he said the present elect was referring to the threat of nuclear proliferation and the critical need to prevented particularly to an among terrorist organizations an unstable roguish teams he also emphasize the need to improve in modern eyes our good turn capability is a vital way to pursue piece threw strength and donald trump has risen reiterated i'm one one occasion that piece threw strength is what he is looking for and so that's kind of what the jason miller was coming back and and saying and then shots beiser who's the aren't the can occasions achieve and there were also expanded upon the position of this morning when he was on on fox cut number twelfth place another chicago but expanded go capability his point which i think a lot of people are leading off of the into that tweet is unless they come to their sensors and i think countries need to know that under donald trump presidency business as usual is over he's going to actually going to protect america and if they increase their nikola capability america will action just present is not going to sit back and then just week for things to happen he's going to get things done was of some nineteen does that sound like a reasonable in a clear stand to tank you know so he's got his two guys out there clarifying it's position for st and and he apparently had an off air conversation with me conversion skate from the scarborough show for morning which i show and this is what she said donald trump said to her cut number thirty one plays there's a thirty one or three i can tell number thirty one sean spy sir but he was on the phone with with with the present a lack me to ask the present lacked.
"jason miller" Discussed on WHKT AM 1650
"Can't read what he says but the something relating to george bush i guess is that word on the other giving him a i let me see we gave him a are they they gave him a hall's false statement i get into that in a couple of minutes so pull of fact jason miller who was the communications of the trot transition champ they have a conference call or a public meeting with press following the trump campaign of which i'm on that list and other give the fold the fifteen minute briefing the take questions but that's here i mean you can't get a public statement from anybody also they've clamp down on that trying to control the narrative on the transition tim also we find out.
"jason miller" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"We were there on leidner grew reliably doug but maybe damon okay all of google that and but but the more accurate jason miller and so bumpy put in the conversation done and they were telling us that we were wrong about it north carolina not and you know we all right okay good improve and you're you're a border right there i was at north carolina toss up and it's not issue we're waiting at north carolina adam minimum that should be played republican you don't have to give it to watch because it's very close but and at a minimum of leaning republican and they say we feel very good about our status in ohio and were ahead of where we work for years ago in florida they were a little wish you watch him pennsylvania which constant we didn't even get the colorado heard the batter new or arizona in this one hour conversation and they made a point in saying that something's going on in michigan we can figure it out but it but our way and they were doubtful to do whether or not that was enough to bring it over to their column but the reason i'm point it's out is because they they had internal numbers that with it that were telling them to bed a real quick shot at the end the message on the outside it was not getting through and we we had a pretty did the debate i thank about what they're information was saying oh what are permission list saying but in the and they were right did you have a sense on sided because i man on the trump campaign for the last year and.