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"jenny thomas" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

05:57 min | 3 months ago

"jenny thomas" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"All right, so huge decisions by the Supreme Court and usually during June. We have big decisions because this is the end of their term for the year. This is when they hand down the biggies. But Lou I know a lot of people are focusing on the decisions themselves. The decision today to keep Obamacare in place 72 decision. And, of course, the 90 decision to allow Catholic charity religious rights versus these LGBT mandates nondiscrimination mandates. I'm looking at it, not in terms of just the contours of those decisions. I'm looking at it as this was the Supreme Court clearly, uh, getting together and saying we have to stop court packing the best way for us to do that is to all work together on these two cases and show them You don't know what you're going to get. It's like life is like a box of chocolates. You never know what kind of justice you're going to get or something like that. Do you share that view? I see what you're saying. Because I did. This was a real head scratcher of a day and the unanimous decision was it really A surprising one. So, uh It wouldn't saddened me that that the Supreme Court had become so politicized, and basically they're covering their own A's. If that's the case, right, they don't want any more justices up there. They want to be supreme. So if that was even part of their motivation, then then we got some problems. Carl, that's that's corrupt government. It is they're not doing their job at that point, and I hate to suggest that but When you get those three lived left wing liberal justices agreeing on an L G B T piece of legislation even agreed in their opinions. I mean, I read the report. I was shocked. I mean, that is that is the third rail for that same them, right? Yeah, That's them saying, all right, we're going to show you just how you know not, you know, Cookie cutter concern liberal. We are. We're going to go ahead and vote with all these super conservatives against the sacred community of LGBT. And with the Catholic Church, the most hated thing in the world that the Supreme Court four liberals? Yep. And then the conservatives said Okay, then what we're going to do is we're going to kick the Obamacare, uh, challenge out, which was which this challenge from the these states was one of the best challenges to obamacare. Because it took justice Roberts old opinion saving obamacare and then said, Okay, fine. You want to call it a tax? You want to say that? This is the central thing? Fine. You get rid of the mandate. Bam, Everything else falls apart. So it's taking Roberts original opinion and saying we're going to build on this to basically reverse the table to turn the tables on you. And what they did is, they said, We're not going to get into the law. We're just going to say you didn't have standing and that's why we have to dismiss the case so that the conservatives and the Liberals both colluded and I can only imagine that there's got to be something else happening here because these lefties are not going to come down in favour of religious freedom they never have in the past. Is there a Brown act? The Supreme Court? I mean, are they allowed to talk to each other about? Yeah, they can talk about head at that time. You remember they collaborate on opinion, So they're they're They're clerks talk all the time. They work on various opinions. They share opinions. They actually share opinions that are they're not signing onto so that it's a very from what I've heard from folks and I used to work with Jenny Thomas. He's Clarence Thomas's wife. Um years ago. Back in the nineties. It is a very collaborative collegial, uh, environment, Just like the old Senate. You know the way the Senate used to be back in the seventies and sixties fifties, etcetera. Very. He is a gentleman were very friendly. That's still happening at the Supreme Court. And so if that's the case is stopping the Supreme Court packing plan is what's on their mind, right? I think that then that that gives a tremendous amount of credence to what you've been saying. This because it does serve that purpose. Nobody could say now the Supreme Court is unbalanced. I mean, you have very narrow decisions on on on a very, you know, left of center topic and very right of center topic. And you know what was 72 and unanimous, so it would be very hard to make the argument that anything needed to be touched at the Supreme Court to find Justice. Remember justice it was supposed to in the middle, right? That's why it's a scale so they are. They're appearing to be very much in the middle. Well, and and that does not conform with doing their job. Just because he said, Well, I'm in the middle on things. I'm going to let things go. I'm gonna not rock the boat. No. The Supreme Court needs to rock the boat. If a law is passed, Uh, that's not conforming the Constitution. It needs to be tossed out, and what's so important here is that it takes so long to get to the Supreme Court on issues. They only take about 141 160 cases per session, but they get requests for more than 3500 cases per session. So there are a lot of important constitutional issues that are left on the cutting room floor just in terms of what cases they take for them not to actually wrestle with the real issues in each of those 141 150 cases. Is a massive waste of time. It's it is a lost opportunity, and it gets me to the pandemic stuff today. We covered at four o'clock this, uh, Houston Judge Uh, that ruled that a hospital in Houston can mandate that their employees have to get vaccinated or they lose their employment. And this is a Reagan appointee. And I'm saying, Well, Look, I've not been happy with the Supreme Court for the last 15 months. Um they dragged their feet on all sorts of mandates. They finally got around to, you know, pushing back against the shutdowns and whatnot. The lockdowns, but There's a whole bunch of pandemic related questions that they haven't even touched trying to get before them. We need to get them right now..

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"jenny thomas" Discussed on They Call Us Bruce

They Call Us Bruce

04:55 min | 5 months ago

"jenny thomas" Discussed on They Call Us Bruce

"Don't fall into food. I was like. I think. Because i i grew up in a family. Bit was like said very normal may parents or both just died or decorative thing his entire for the last forty years. My mom would funerals. We very much had like a normal normal childhood and upbringing and then to that's the rumble at from so i think what you're talking about intensive and being able to keep my self in places just been having grown up in the environment with the people. I grew up with also phil you mentioned jenny. And thomas in men all means that. I have who i remember in the beginning. It felt like this impossible thing here like this is like rag tag group of people. Were trying to make it in this crazy world now. Jenny thomas are both working in so successful extras. That's the best part is like my success is one thing but to be able to see my friends who came from the same place like i did and see that they're just thriving now and really coming into their own power that's can across on this show. Yes should i You i live for the shit we live for. It's particularly amazing because it's all happening during a time when it just feels like it. Will you know we talked about it a lot. Because fillon i and philip long working on this book right which is just. Don't he's doing good. we're all doing. We're you know grinding..

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"jenny thomas" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:17 min | 6 months ago

"jenny thomas" Discussed on 790 KABC

"About America on a show that's not immune to the facts with your host, Dan Bongino. So is this the end of the line for South Dakota? Governor Christie know me? Like what? Just a couple weeks ago, she was Actually the next president, United States air vice presidential candidate for Donald Trump, he runs again. You know, we fall in love with these politicians all the time. We want to. You know where we want to believe. It is my good friend Jenny Thomas once said to me, you know where the leaders we've been waiting for putting your faith in some of these other people can always fail you now. I'm not ready to give up on Governor Christie know him just yet. I have my Issues, whether especially some of the votes when she was in Congress. But is this the end of the line? What happened? I'll get to that story today. And is this the first battle in the have this in quotes? The GOP is tired of the Bs war. Welcome to the Dan Bongino Show. Let me get right when I got that. Also a big big update on the topic. I haven't discussed in a long time Spy gate and Mike Flynn, the framing of Mike Flynn just got even uglier. Believe it, And I'm not giving this story up. It's a fascinating tale. What the government could do to you when they hate your guts. All right, so let's go. So Is this the end of the line for Governor Christy Nome. Short answer is I don't know. I Refused to be reactionary about candidates on the positive or the negative candidates and political office holders. I'm not going to do it. I Never got to into the Christy Nome thing. When she was trending is a potential presidential candidate. 2024 of President Trump doesn't run and I'm not going to get too down honor because maybe she can fix what happened. But I will tell you this and I'll explain what happened in a minute using this great article in the Federalist by the Fantastic Margo Cleveland. By the way, Just the shot side note was great on the Mike Flynn case, too, because she's wonderful and super smart and a brilliant legal mind. But I will tell you this. This is I believe the first battle. And he knew the GOP is tired of the Bs war. You know, folks, if there's one thing Donald Trump thought Republican voters He said. We should dump the sell outs that you can fight back. You don't have to accept the first media narrative. You here. You don't have to apologize if you didn't do anything wrong. As a matter of fact, Not only do you not have to apologize if you did nothing wrong. Trump lesson number one was flip everyone the double barrel middle finger back If you didn't do anything wrong, and they demand you apologize. Here's what you're gonna get. You're going to get the double barrel instead. Trump left the legacy in the GOP. He may reignite if he runs again in 2024, but I'll tell you right now, the rank and file Maga voters in the Republican crowd out there now that showed up in numbers to 75 Million plus to vote for Donald Trump are tired to sell out. And I'll say to Christy Nome or anyone else out there, not trying to bash her a pile on If you think you are going to be a leader in the Republican Party going forward, and you don't stand on principle that the GOP is ready to throw you overboard like that. God see later. Have a nice day. Don't let the door hit you in the you know CompUSA risky on the way out. People are tired of it. If there was a biological mechanism known as the Bs meter The GOP voters. Bs Meter is absolutely peg. So what happened? Check out this article. The Federalist Bowing to corporate demands for watered down Bill Governor Christy Nome sells out women's sports. This is by Margo Cleveland. What happened was Governor Gnome in South Dakota was presented a bill HB 12 17. HB 12 17. Did something that would have been, I mean entirely on controversial and totally unnecessary two decades ago. Said. You know, we think women should compete in women's sports. Because it's For women. You're like, Wait. What? Yes, Yes, That's that was the bill. The Governor Nam didn't want to sign the bill. So Markko Cleveland has a really therapy, So I'm gonna give you both sides of this. I'm gonna Give you Christy Nome side as well. Why? She refused to sign the bill. And I'm going to give you Margo Cleveland side. So why this is ridiculous. I'm gonna play a kind of horror and Tucker Carlson last night trying to defend it. But here's what this bill did. Has finalized by the South Dakota Legislature section one of HB 12 17 provided that athletic teams and sports in the state of South Dakota. Including at institutions of higher learning. Must be expressly designated as male, female or coeducational. It also stipulated that teams air sports designated as female Must be available only to participants who are female based on their biological sex again. This would have this bill just a few years ago would have been entirely on controversial and may be unnecessary because people would have been like wait. Of course, women are to compete Women's sports Well, you would think Governor Gnome would have signed that bill right away. I mean, this is a hot issue in the culture wars right now. Well, she didn't Which a lot of conservatives again in the opening salvo of the Republicans and conservatives are tired of the Bs war. A lot of conservatives. Upon hearing she refused to session veto the bill precision matters. She refused to sign it as it was sent to her desk. Conservatives erupted on social media and are now ready to throw Christy Nome completely If there was a ship it see right. A ship it see presidential candidates for 2024 or 2028. If Donald Trump doesn't run in 2024 right, that Kristina was thrown right overboard. The outcry on social media was really something to behold. What was Christie gnomes?.

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"jenny thomas" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"jenny thomas" Discussed on WTOP

"Ah foundation that got some of President Obama's Nobel Prize money is partnering with William and Mary to give scholarships. The school says it's partnering with the Posse Foundation to help low income students and students of color. The foundation recruits and train students who show leadership and academic potential, and it's worked with William and Mary will be the first time students are selected from Virginia. Starting next fall. The school will provide full tuition to 10 students from the Commonwealth. It is 3 12. The Washington Post this week shared video of influential conservative at activists. Talking about voter suppression. The footage taken during closed door sessions also shows speakers amplifying conspiracy theories and describing the nation in dark terms. Video sheds light on some of the behind the scenes maneuvering that's been going on amid the 2020 election drama. Joining us now via Skype is the writer of that piece. The Post's Robert O'Harrow Jr. Robert, Thanks so much for being with us. Can you explain what these conversations on voter suppression were like? Well, they discussed they disgusted in sort of round about terms they would never own up directly to being suppressing vote. What they what they described is their concerns about mail in balloting and mail in voting and other methods that are unusual, but of course, are being adopted because of the pandemic. You say they talked about it in sort of a roundabout way. Was there any kind of specificity to the suppression Tak tactics they were, you know, possibly or apparently discussing well. 11 speaker made it very clear that the tactics that they were promoting would raise questions. And he said, Don't be concerned if you're called a racist. Don't be concerned if you're called a vote suppressor. In their view, they are merely trying to authenticate the vote. But at the same time, they repeatedly behind closed doors raise questions about voter fraud that have never been proven, and some people have dismissed as ah, not only overheated but perhaps misdirected. So some of these groups there are non profits. Can you talk about that and whether or not any potential lines were crossed? Council for National Policy is an umbrella group that's been around for decades and it it operates pretty much under a cloak of secrecy. It involves very, very serious characters and the conservative movement Leonard Leo, President Trump's Judicial advisor, Jenny Thomas, the life of Supreme Court Justice Thomas Steve Bannon was a member for a time and so on and so forth. It brings together Ah, whole array across the nation Charities, 501 C three tax exempt charities and other non profits that are the sort of very openly conservative. One of the issues in play, according to the experts I spoke to is that charities are not allowed to support a candidate or oppose a candidate for public office. And the questions that they raised about the videos that they looked at on My behalf to provide expert commentary was that the lines between advocacy and support of the candidate and education, which is permitted seem to be fuzzy at times and If charity's air directly involved in supporting a candidate they could be held accountable by the IRS or state state prosecutors, for that matter. All right, Robert. Thanks for your time this afternoon. Thank you very much for having me that is Washington Post investigative reporter Robert O'Harrow Jr. Let's take a peek at the Wall Street numbers. What do you see in Jeff? The Dow is down 28, the S and P 500 index is down 10 and Aztecs down a half percent Money news in 10 minutes on W GOP sports.

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"jenny thomas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

09:08 min | 1 year ago

"jenny thomas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"AIR weekend I'm Terry gross let's get back to my interview with journalist Jonathan swan he's a national political reporter for Axios and covers the trump presidency and Republicans in Congress so we've been talking about the hit list basically that president trump has to get rid of people who considers disloyal and we've been talking about how he's been replacing them sometimes with people who really have no qualifications for the job the hit list was compiled in part by a group called ground swell a conservative activist group that headed by Ginni Thomas who is the wife of Supreme Court justice Clarence Thomas is that considered an ethical conflict of interest there were people in the White House who have made that point she looked Jenny Thomas in her own right is a very prominent and powerful conservative activists very effective has built this organization has huge networks inside the conservative world but there are people in the White House who have told me that one of the reasons president trump pays particular attention to her recommendations is partly because she's married to Clarence Thomas and president trump has huge regard for Clarence Thomas he's never had the two of them to the White House the luncheon to meet with them except for a server certainly people in the White House have raised that issue U. S. the trump sees himself as invincible ever since he was acquitted in the Senate impeachment trial and that gambles that he took that were criticized he thinks those gambles have really worked out for him so can you talk about that a little bit more about how he sees himself as invincible now it's not just the president it's also some people in his inner circle not all of them but some of them they are much less likely to listen to the naysayers all voices of caution and in fact many of those voices have have been fired or have left the administration of their own accord I'm a good example is early on in the administration president trump's secretary of defense James Mattis his secretary of state rex Tillerson and others were trying to persuade him not to get out of the Iran nuclear deal they would basically saying to him that you know we're we're in that's a little better off trying to work within the system and making changes and then getting out all together they also told him look it'll cause great chaos in the Middle East if you move the US embassy to Jerusalem in the end it's a personal shop listen to them for a little bit delayed those decisions he was inclined to make both of those decisions much earlier but you know it when he was sort of getting his feet firmly on the ground as president the first year he did listen somewhat to them and delayed some of these decisions here a alternately made both of those decisions and the other one adding to that is withdrawing from the Paris climate accord they they also said look it's not a good idea it makes will stay and work within the system Naresh the alliance's it'll you know upset the Europeans if you get a present trump did all three against their recommendations he pulled out of Paris he moved the embassy he pulled out of the Iran deal in his view all of these chicken Littles have been proven wrong and he's been proven rice and the world still stands and and the sun rises every morning and that the worst things that they predicted didn't happen so the next time people warn him against for example killing Qassem Soleimani the Iranian general or any number of very bold unconventional presidential actions he's far less inclined to listen to the naysayers and the voices of caution he is much more inclined to follow his own instincts and to also point to people who are going to bolster his own instincts you have a lot of sources within the trump administration what's not for the sources to talk with you all sorts of different motivations and you've got to be wary of all of them at the start of the trump administration there was a lot of very very brutal warfare between senior officials you had you know Steve Bannon in open warfare with Jared Kushner and then runs previous are sort of thrown in there and so you've had a number of different camps and factions within the White House certainly for the first year and they were just shooting at each other at another motivation and this is by no means unique to the trump White House people occasionally who work in the administration are horrified by certain policy actions and by exposing them and and leaking them out you know that my sense is that doing that to try and stop them from coming to fruition and then I think there's another kind of group of people who sometimes I don't even know why I think they just enjoy you know it's sometimes late night conversations feel like therapy sort of eleven o'clock at night and maybe they've had a couple of glasses of Scotch and they're depressed and worn out and you develop its because we it relationships with sources that they feel that they can vent to you in my thing has always been I'll talk to anyone I'm just maniacal about making sure that they're protected and that day note that I will in any under any circumstance the trade that confidence I'm also by the way going to do my due diligence about the telly for a lot of people my working assumption is false until proven otherwise you're at national political reporter at Axios an Axios has been H. B. O. series in the first season you and your colleague at Axios Jim vendor Hey interviewed president trump and before the interview you both talk on camera about what it's like to interview trump and one of the points that you make is that if you go what trump card he shuts down and also if you ask introspective questions those are a waste of time with him you has that you have to ask about topics so it didn't tell us how those calculations figure into how you interview health what I need to be done on camera once and my observation from watching every single interview I think that he's ever done basically is that I'll give you an example you you know at the time when we interviewed him the mall report was still very much you know that the big story and if I was wondering what was gonna happen we crafted some very cool tough well crafted questions on the Millersport total waste of time they they ended up on the cutting room floor and the reason is it doesn't matter what you are you can begin come up with the best question in the world as soon as you insert the word mola into the sentence the response is going to be fake news witch hunts you know a torrent of you know invective about mall and that that seventeen angry Democrats and all the rest of it and no matter how many different ways that you try to come out if it doesn't actually get you anywhere these very challenging person to interview and I I don't think I did a pretty good job at all interviewing him and I don't know that I do a much better job now and I've never really seen a revealing interview with him I can't think of a single one worth a whole wow that one really caught him in a certain area the times when he's been tripped up I say this with all due respect to the question is it's not because of some brilliant interviewing skill it's just because trump has said what he really thinks so you know the famous one where Lester Holt asked him about the firing of Comey and trump just blurted out that you know you didn't like that he was doing the Russia investigation I don't think let's hope would've expected that'll use the crafting of the question it just happened to be that that day trump happened to say what he really thought and got himself in a little bit of trouble from it Jonathan swan thank you so much for talking with us and thank you for your reporting thanks for having me his Bryan Ferry is best known as the lead singer of the British art rock band Roxy Music but in the early nineteen seventies he released two solo albums filled with covers of well known pop and rock songs by artists ranging from Bob Dylan to Lesley gore a new album titled live at the Royal Albert Hall nineteen seventy four captures very singing many of these songs in concert and.

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"jenny thomas" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"jenny thomas" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Activist group that headed by Ginni Thomas who is the wife of Supreme Court justice Clarence Thomas tell us more about this group and Ginni Thomas's Roland so the group was formed after the twenty twelve presidential election and there are lots of groups that meet in DC every week to strategize and you know discuss their ideological objectives there's been a long time group headed by Grover Norquist he said anti tax small government activist and they used to they still do that met every Wednesday for decades and I don't think it's a six incidents that they decided to do a competing Wednesday meeting this is made up of people who in many cases see themselves as more ideologically or certainly more conservative than the group meeting with Grover Norquist it's a group of people who are social conservatives national security hotline as all sorts of different branches of conservatism and they meet every Wednesday in the offices of Tom Fitton who is the head of judicial watch it's a conservative legal watchdog group he's a close ally of president trump's you'll often see president trump retweeting him and he talks often about the quite a quite deep state and so the the Wednesday meetings they usually begin with a prayer often being led by former delta force commander Jerry Boykin and they sit around and there are sometimes occasionally conservative journalist who joined and they strategize about how to advance their conservative objectives how to take on the left and a big part of that project in the last three years has been personnel so Jenny Thomas has put an extraordinary amount of energy and time into a project of shaping the president's thinking on the stopping of his government and one of the most consistent frustrations within this group I'm told is that the president has appointed people who are ideologically squishy who are anti trump quote unquote never trump undermining him and they have been determined to weed out these people and provide pro trump loyal trump alternatives so what is one of the accomplishments of grunts well in terms of removing somebody who they had thought was disloyal somebody who you haven't yet mentioned so one prominent example of a successful campaign that Ron is to get rid of president trump's former national security adviser HR McMaster they led an aggressive campaign within the conservative movement to portray H. R. McMaster as anti trump working against the president reaching out to people who are loyal to the president and it I'm told had quite an effect on chipping away at his legitimacy inside the White House why didn't they like McMaster partly because of some of the people that McMaster fired from the National Security Council he got rid of a guy named rich Higgins for writing a memo so rich Higgins used to serve on the National Security Council in a senior role in twenty seventeen and while he was on the National Security Council he wrote the memos that he circulated within the White House which speculated that president trump was under threat from and these are not my words as it was from the memo from the deep state from Islamists bankers establishment Republicans and the mainstream media so it was he was alleging that there was this group of the anti trump forces that spread far and wide within the government that what I'm by the way the other what he used as Marxists that the government was full of cultural Marxists Islamists and bankers eccentricity who try to undermine the president H. R. McMaster fired him from the National Security Council after he circulate that memo rich Higgins is a member of ground swell attends the meetings and he told me when I reported out the story it's a very positive development that president trump is finally acting upon the recommendations of people to get rid of the quote unquote NeverTrumpers inside the administration are people who believe in conspiracy theories now holding key positions in our government sure I mean it depends what you describe as a conspiracy theory I mean I don't know if I cut name you someone in the government that believes exactly vas and I don't want to make some blanket statement here's what I'll say there are people in the government official who who have told me that he gives was absolutely right that what he predicted was has turned out to be true and there are people within the ground swell network that certainly believe that and he gives himself said that if he would write the memo again today east extends by everything he might remove the word bankers and replace it with the intelligence community but what I will tell you is that that person trump himself in certain people around him have a very very dark view of the intelligence community if they believe it is the U. S. intelligence committees made up of people who are hostile towards the president and I are trying to undermine him and you know when he sees things like via a briefing dental Capitol Hill where a senior intelligence official tells people that the Russians are hoping to elect Donald Trump that sets off the alarm in president trump's mind that he is he is yet another one trying to delegitimize my reelection what trump acting director of national intelligence record now has no intelligence experience that's true he's a loyalist trump sees him as someone who is is very loyal to him he was the ambassador US ambassador to Germany before that he worked he was it had a consulting firm and before that he worked for the U. N. ambassador is a spokesman so yes he certainly has foreign policy experience but he has no experience working for intelligence agency my guest is Jonathan swan national political reporter for the news website Axios after a break we'll talk more about the conservative activist group groundswell we'll talk about and hear an excerpt of swans interview with Jared Kushner and swan will tell us about the challenges you faced interviewing president trump on camera I'm Terry gross and this is fresh AIR.

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"jenny thomas" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"jenny thomas" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Card is that is very if you like to leave because they don't want to represent of Democrats in the intelligence committee again say Russia plans to interfere in the election the vice president's chief of staff mark short said on fox news Sunday that isn't happening there's not intelligence that suggests that they're trying to help trump in the meantime Democrats turn to a primary in South Carolina this coming Saturday in their race to replace the president good all Scott fox news now network of conservative activists have since two thousand eighteen been putting together and send it to president trump lists of government officials deem to be disloyal to him as well as pro trump people we should replace them excuse me this report on Sunday the network called groundswell is led by Jenny Thomas the wife of Supreme Court justice Clarence Thomas Axio said some of the recommendations have influenced trump's opinions while others have caused dissension with White House officials who are in charge of personnel the report said the trump has become convinced that every department of the government is filled with quote snakes we need to be fired so at least this report says there's a conservative activist group out there sending the president lists of disloyal officials to the fire to camp and a man was killed by a Mardi Gras float during a carnival season parade in New Orleans over the weekend happened on Saturday night second person killed by a Mardi Gras float in the city in a matter of days the man suffered fatal injuries while he was at the club was rolling through the streets and the rest of its parade was canceled after that accident as you would imagine just four days earlier a fifty eight year old woman was killed when she was run over by a float during the parade at the mystic krewe of NYC's mayor latoya Cantrell on Sunday said safety issues will be examined in the coming days as well as in the weeks in the months ahead before this year the last float related death in New Orleans was back in two thousand eight when a writer getting off a three part float was killed when it lurched forward in in the last section of that vote ran over himself a second person killed within a week in the celebration of Mardi Gras what islands motor vehicles division temporarily opening its headquarters on some Saturday so residents can upgrade their driver's license to meet the federal requirements that will affect air travel the Cranston office going to be open from eight thirty in the morning until twelve thirty PM on two Saturdays a month as the October deadline for the federal real ID program approaches appointments though you gotta make them online first occasion that's important current random licenses aren't compliant with the federal program which was enacted after the September eleventh attacks to strengthen rules for identification federal law requires state driver's licenses and ID cards to have security enhancements and to be issued to people who can prove that they're legally here in the United States so beginning in October non compliant ID's will be sufficient for boarding a plane or entering secure federal facilities or military bases weekend services limited to real ID transactions for those obtaining or renewing passenger vehicle drivers licenses and state ID's appointments were commercial driver's licenses and services including real ID are available on the week days on the run and the DMV opening up on Saturdays for the real ID upgrades and the crunch is on an implosion has brought down the final chimney at Brayton point was a sight to be seen Kate Walsh from Eyewitness News has that story the demolition of the final chimney still towering over the tree line was also one of the final reminders of the once prosperous coal powered bream point power plant which closed in twenty seventeen could like blue lock and what life would go out but this chimney didn't come down with the same fanfare as the implosion of the twin five hundred foot cooling towers last spring Swanzey residents were pleased with the better view of the water now the second these came down it was amazing helpful the dust was contained as planned hope that it's being taken care of like it should be specially for the surrounding areas and people like right here right across the river I am point said they were working with the state department of environmental protection to monitor Dustin air quality before during and after the implosion but some longtime neighbors are more concerned about the impact the future of the site will have on their local environment and economy there are proposals for it to one day house green offshore wind projects but for now the property is mainly being used as a scrap metal facility last fall the town of Somerset actually temporarily suspended the demolition permit for breaking point after residents alerted the fire department of four separate fires at the site over the span of six months right in point was also ordered to install more hydrants there Kate Walsh from Eyewitness News Brian Amaral in the Providence journal over the weekend said a hook a launch is slated to open in Providence in the same building we're a much maligned federal hill club used to operate the opening line of the new owners business plan at spruce street speaks to efforts to move past the controversy and the violence that embroiled at short lived predecessor the sin hogar lounge is not club seven Providence said what they said St which is owned by thirty year old a thirty year old will focus on selling tobacco rather than blasting music the business's attorney had to say that saying that he's well aware of some of the negative things that have happened in the late life industry here in Providence some of the things that have happened on federal hill sin was approved for its liquor license at a board of license meetings last week it also got a license for tobacco and food sales got that back in December not clear when the business will open up its still had inspection hurdles to clear apparently but already it's signs that signs are hanging outside so it's predecessor club seven closed after a group of its patrons beaten fatally stabbed remember a fellow patron in a nearby Walgreens parking lot last summer board of licenses had tried to shutter it permanently a decision that was reversed by the state department of business regulations so club seven no connection between the tragic murder and the club itself at least that's what this the attorneys for the club at the say it's Monday before Mardi Gras in New Orleans and FOX's Eben brown has the story parades parades and more parades Monday.

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"jenny thomas" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"jenny thomas" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Handles realtors Orange County realtors wealth advisors everyone take money out of your house because you have paid for college next year whatever it is or you just want to consolidate debt or maybe you just want to save money because the ten year treasury the one point six five percent meaning that all the ray train the three's a piano looked any year boy your new listener one of my new markets than getting markets every day that's great a lot of that watch people love breaking news in the morning the news you need in Elsa's you must have Mandarin Todd dot com answer a couple questions I'll be right back to your triple a triple eight eleven seventy two the biggest story of the day is that investors according to Bloomberg are shrugging off the corona virus investors are businesses all right according to CNN business global stocks are higher for the third day in a row rebounding from a self all I sell off triggered by fears of the corona virus pushing towards new records the S. and P. five hundred nasdaq both finished Wednesday at all time highs even as the virus continues to spread the key and only continues to spread in China China has gotten hammered the anti one suspended visa today from Hong Kong and mine and Macau and the rate of growth inside of China is very very bad but but it's not so bad at all anywhere else not spreading anywhere else and they may have an anti viral your work in Thailand so that's the economic story the day time to get refinance Andrew and Todd dot com coming up this weekend Thursday you start making your we can resolve your plans do not forget created equal great movie about Clarence Thomas Michael pack was on yesterday a replay that are to be tomorrow or or Monday director of this this round breaking documentary hours and hours and hours with justice Thomas so I've known since nineteen eighty four is a friend Michael pack is a great director it will be moving the justice doesn't watch it Jenny Thomas is a spouse has she was moved to tears so wrong fully assaulted by the laughed so many years ago he is walk the walk he has run his race and continuing to run it and his laughter still resounds throughout the chambers of the Supreme Court don't ask many questions asked one in honor of his friend and.

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"jenny thomas" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"jenny thomas" Discussed on KCRW

"They write Lee negative and horrible and false articles we can sue them and went to lots of money that was at a fort worth Texas rally in twenty sixteen as a private citizen he repeatedly and unsuccessfully tried to sue his media critics trump has been particularly solicitous of justice Thomas and his wife Ginny who was a vocal conservative activist the Thomases dined with the trumps at the White House this year soon after Jenny Thomas led a group of fellow social conservatives in a one hour meeting with trump the trunk Thomas relationship may have been responsible for retirement rumors fueled by some conservatives who apparently wanted the seventy one year old Thomas to step down so the trump could replace him with the younger conservative able to serve for thirty or forty more years if that was the plan it didn't work as Thomas made clear during an interview at Pepperdine University as well let's fast forward to twenty years from now at your retirement party I'm not gonna argue the twin to twin of it I'm not retired twenty years early years after each of Thomas is twenty eight years on the court analysts have offered different theories about his juris prudence Brooklyn College professor Corey robin has a book coming out this fall contending that Thomases over riding legal philosophy stems from his views as a black nationalist the way I understand Thomas is that he believes that the American state in particular is imbued with race and racial consciousness and he thinks it's kind of a fool's errand to try to change that Thomas is to send in this terms jury discrimination case would fit right into that category his solution to white prosecutors discriminating against black jurors is to allow similar discrimination by defense lawyers against white jurors to an entirely different view comes from professor Ralph Rossum of Claremont McKenna college author of another book about Thomas Rossum says that Thomas disdains prior Supreme Court rulings because they get him further and further away from the original constitution if you have a finally rock piece of furniture and you put a layer after layer of paint on it pretty soon all the detail is lost under the coats of paint and what Thomas wants to do is scrape back to bare wood to the original text but even the man who made originalism popular the late justice Antonin Scalia did not have such a purist view unlike Thomas Cooley it did believe in precedent as he famously put it I'm an originalist but I'm not a not university of Baltimore law professor Garrett app sees Thomas unique views as arrogant as an example he points to a Thomas opinion in which the justice referred to James Madison's views on separation of church and state as quote extreme and said that quote in any event the views of one man do not establish the original meaning of the first amendment religion classes wait a minute you just call Jane Madison the father of the bill of rights you just call him an extremist particularly in the area of religious freedom which is the area he is most identified with S. maintains that if you read Clarence Thomas's jurisprudence the views of only one man count how much won't knows the original meaning of these provisions and even Madison who wrote them can be disregarded now that takes a level of confidence or megalomania that I find really breathtaking it is however important not to dismiss Clarence thomas' views Yale's professor Amar acknowledges that Thomas is not written many high profile majority opinions for the court if you think that the measure of the success of the justices how many majority opinions he writes well then Thomas rank somewhat lower but if instead the game a score by how many new ideas someone gets into the conversation and eventually wins on well the Thomases way high in the pecking order indeed if the new Supreme Court conservative majority begins rethinking lots of long held precedence.

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"jenny thomas" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"jenny thomas" Discussed on KCRW

"Our libel laws so when they write the negative and horrible and falls articles we can sue them and we lots of money that was true at a fort worth Texas rally in twenty sixteen as a private citizen he repeatedly and unsuccessfully tried to sue his media critics trump has been particularly solicitous of justice Thomas and his wife Ginny who was a vocal conservative activist the Thomases dined with the trumps at the White House this year soon after Jenny Thomas led a group of fellow social conservatives in a one hour meeting with trump the trump Thomas relationship may have been responsible for retirement rumors fueled by some conservatives who apparently wanted the seventy one year old Thomas to step down so the trunk could replace him with the younger conservative able to serve for thirty or forty more years if that was the plan it didn't work as Thomas made clear during an interview at Pepperdine University as well let's fast forward to twenty years from now at your retirement party I'm not gonna argue the twin to twin of it I'm not retired twenty years early years after each of Thomas is twenty eight years on the court analysts have offered different theories about his juris prudence Brooklyn College professor Corey robin has a book coming out this fall containing the Thomases overriding legal philosophy stems from his views as a black nationalist the way I understand Thomas is that he believes that the American state in particular is imbued with race and racial consciousness and he thinks it's kind of a fool's errand to try to change that Thomas is to send in this terms jury discrimination case would fit right into that category his solution to white prosecutors discriminating against black jurors is to allow similar discrimination by defense lawyers against white jurors to an entirely different view comes from professor Ralph Rossum of Claremont McKenna college author of another book about Thomas Rossum says that Thomas disdains prior Supreme Court rulings because they get him further and further away from the original constitution if you have a finally rock piece of furniture and you put a layer after layer of paint on it pretty soon all the detail is lost under the coats of paint and what Thomas wants to do is scrape back to bare wood to the original text but even the man who made originalism popular the late justice Antonin Scalia did not have such a purist view unlike Thomas Cooley it did believe in precedent as he famously put it I'm an originalist but I'm not a not university of Baltimore law professor Garrett apps sees Thomas unique views as arrogant as an example he points to a Thomas opinion in which the justice referred to James Madison's views on separation of church and state as quote extreme and said that quote in any event the views of one man do not establish the original meaning of the first amendment religion classes wait a minute you just call Jane Madison the father of the bill of rights you just call him an extremist particularly in the area of religious freedom which is the area he is most identified with S. maintains that if you read Clarence Thomas's jurisprudence the views of only one man count how much won't notice the original meaning of these provisions and even Madison who wrote them can be disregarded now that takes a level of confidence or megalomania that I find really breathtaking it is however important not to dismiss Clarence thomas' views Yale's professor Amar acknowledges that Thomas is not written many high profile majority opinions for the court if you think that the measure of the success of the justices how many majority opinions he writes that well then Thomas rank somewhat lower but if instead the game a score by how many new ideas someone gets into the conversation and eventually wins on well the Thomases way high in the pecking order indeed if the new Supreme Court conservative majority begins rethinking lots of long held.

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"jenny thomas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"jenny thomas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A lot of the laws so when they write Lee negative and horrible involves articles we can sue them and with lots of money that was at a fort worth Texas rally in twenty sixteen as a private citizen he repeatedly and unsuccessfully tried to sue his media critics trump has been particularly solicitous of justice Thomas and his wife Ginny who is a vocal conservative activist the Thomases dined with the trumps at the White House this year soon after Jenny Thomas led a group of fellow social conservatives in a one hour meeting with trump the trunk Thomas relationship may have been responsible for retirement rumors fueled by some conservatives who apparently wanted the seventy one year old Thomas to step down so the trunk could replace him with a younger conservative able to serve for thirty or forty more years if that was the plan it didn't work as Thomas made clear during an interview at Pepperdine University as well let's fast forward to twenty years from now at your retirement party I'm not gonna argue the twin to twin of it I'm not retired twenty years early years after each of Thomas is twenty eight years on the court analysts have offered different theories about his juris prudence Brooklyn College professor Corey robin has a book coming out this fall containing the Thomases over riding legal philosophy stems from his views as a black nationalist the way I understand Thomas is that he believes that the American state in particular is imbued with race and racial consciousness and he thinks it's kind of a fool's errand to try to change that Thomas is to send in this terms jury discrimination case would fit right into that category his solution to white prosecutors discriminating against black jurors is to allow similar discrimination by defense lawyers against white jurors to an entirely different view comes from professor Ralph Rossum of Claremont McKenna college author of another book about Thomas Rossum says that Thomas disdains prior Supreme Court rulings because they get him further and further away from the original constitution if you have a finally rock piece of furniture and you put a layer after layer of paint on it pretty soon all the detail is lost under the coats of paint and what Thomas wants to do is scrape back to bare wood to the original text but even the man who made originalism popular the late justice Antonin Scalia did not have such a purist view unlike Thomas Cooley it did believe in precedent as he famously put it I'm an original list but I'm not a not university of Baltimore law professor Garrett Epps sees Thomas unique views as arrogant as an example he points to a Thomas opinion in which the justice referred to James Madison's views on separation of church and state as quote extreme and said that quote in any event the views of one man do not establish the original meaning of the first amendment religion classes wait a minute you just call Jane Madison the father of the bill of rights you just call him an extremist particularly in the area of religious freedom which is the area he is most identified with S. maintains that if you read Clarence Thomas's jurisprudence the views of only one man count how much alone knows the original meaning of these provisions and even Madison who wrote them can be disregarded now that takes a level of confidence or megalomania that I find really breathtaking it is however important not to dismiss Clarence thomas' views Yale's professor Amar acknowledges that Thomas is not written many high profile majority opinions for the court if you think that the measure of the success of the justices how many majority opinions he writes that well then Thomas rank somewhat lower but if instead the game a score by how many new ideas someone gets into the conversation and eventually wins on well the Thomases way high in the pecking order indeed if the new Supreme Court conservative majority begins rethinking lots of long held precedence.

Lee twenty years twenty eight years seventy one year one hour
"jenny thomas" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"jenny thomas" Discussed on KCRW

"They write Lee negative and horrible insults articles we can sue them and went to lots of money that was true at a fort worth Texas rally in twenty sixteen as a private citizen he repeatedly and unsuccessfully tried to sue his media critics trump has been particularly solicitous of justice Thomas and his wife Ginny who was a vocal conservative activist the Thomases dined with the trumps at the White House this year soon after Jenny Thomas led a group of fellow social conservatives in a one hour meeting with trump the trunk Thomas relationship may have been responsible for retirement rumors fueled by some conservatives who apparently wanted the seventy one year old Thomas to step down so the trump could replace him with the younger conservative able to serve for thirty or forty more years if that was the plan it didn't work as Thomas made clear during an interview at Pepperdine University as well let's fast forward to twenty years from now at your retirement party I'm not gonna argue the twin to twin of it I'm not retired twenty years early years after each of Thomas is twenty eight years on the court analysts have offered different theories about his jurisprudence Brooklyn College professor Corey robin has a book coming out this fall contending that Thomases overriding legal philosophy stems from his views as a black nationalist the way I understand Thomas is that he believes that the American state in particular is imbued with race and racial consciousness and he thinks it's kind of a fool's errand to try to change that Thomas is to send in this terms jury discrimination case would fit right into that category his solution to white prosecutors discriminating against black jurors is to allow similar discrimination by defense lawyers against white jurors to an entirely different view comes from professor Ralph Rossum of Claremont McKenna college author of another book about Thomas Rossum says that Thomas disdains prior Supreme Court rulings because they get him further and further away from the original constitution if you have a finally rock piece of furniture and you put a layer after layer of paint on it pretty soon all the detail is lost under the coats of paint and what Thomas wants to do is scrape back to bare wood to the original text but even the man who made originalism popular the late justice Antonin Scalia did not have such a purist view unlike Thomas Cooley it did believe in precedent as he famously put it I'm an originalist but I'm not I'm not university of Baltimore law professor Garrett app sees Thomas unique views as arrogant as an example he points to a Thomas opinion in which the justice referred to James Madison's views on separation of church and state as quote extreme and said that quote in any event the views of one man do not establish the original meaning of the first amendment religion classes wait a minute you just call Jane Madison the father of the bill of rights you just call him an extremist particularly in the area of religious freedom which is the area he is most identified with S. maintains that if you read Clarence Thomas's jurisprudence the views of only one man count how much alone knows the original meaning of these provisions and even Madison who wrote them can be disregarded now that takes a level of confidence or megalomania that I find really breathtaking it is however important not to dismiss Clarence thomas' views Yale's professor Amar acknowledges that Thomas is not written many high profile majority opinions for the court if you think that the measure of the success of the justices how many majority opinions he writes that well then Thomas rank somewhat lower but if instead the game a score by how many new ideas someone gets into the conversation and eventually wins on well the Thomases way high in the pecking order indeed if the new Supreme Court conservative majority begins rethinking lots of long held precedence.

Lee twenty years twenty eight years seventy one year one hour
"jenny thomas" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"jenny thomas" Discussed on KQED Radio

"They write the negative and horrible insults articles we can sue them and win the lots of money at a fort worth Texas rally in twenty sixteen as a private citizen he repeatedly and unsuccessfully tried to sue his media critics trump has been particularly solicitous of justice Thomas and his wife Ginny who was a vocal conservative activist the Thomases dined with the trumps at the White House this year soon after Jenny Thomas led a group of fellow social conservatives in a one hour meeting with trump the trunk Thomas relationship may have been responsible for retirement rumors fueled by some conservatives who apparently wanted the seventy one year old Thomas to step down so the trump could replace him with the younger conservative able to serve for thirty or forty more years if that was the plan it didn't work as Thomas made clear during an interview at Pepperdine University as well let's fast forward to twenty years from now at your retirement party I'm not gonna argue the twin to twin of it I'm not retired twenty years early years after each of Thomas is twenty eight years on the court analysts have offered different theories about his jurisprudence Brooklyn College professor Corey robin has a book coming out this fall containing the Thomases over riding legal philosophy stems from his views as a black nationalist the way I understand Thomas is that he believes that the American state in particular is imbued with race and racial consciousness and he thinks it's kind of a fool's errand to try to change that Thomas is to send in this terms jury discrimination case would fit right into that category his solution to white prosecutors discriminating against black jurors is to allow similar discrimination by defense lawyers against white jurors to an entirely different view comes from professor Ralph Rossum of Claremont McKenna college author of another book about Thomas Rossum says that Thomas disdains prior Supreme Court rulings because they get him further and further away from the original constitution if you have a finally rock piece of furniture and you put layer after layer of paint on it pretty soon all the detail is lost under the coats of paint and what Thomas wants to do is scrape back to bare wood to the original text even the man who made originalism popular the late justice Antonin Scalia did not have such a purist view unlike Thomas Cooley it did believe in precedent as he famously put it I'm an original list but I'm not I'm not university of Baltimore law professor Garrett apps sees Thomas unique views as arrogant as an example he points to a Thomas opinion in which the justice referred to James Madison's views on separation of church and state as quote extreme and said that quote in any event the views of one man do not establish the original meaning of the first amendment religion classes wait a minute you just call Jane Madison the father of the bill of rights you just call him an extremist particularly in the area of religious freedom which is the area he is most identified with S. maintains that if you read Clarence Thomas's jurisprudence the views of only one man count how much alone knows the original meaning of these provisions and even Madison who wrote them can be disregarded now that takes a level of confidence or megalomania that I find really breathtaking it is however important not to dismiss Clarence thomas' views Yale's professor Amar acknowledges that Thomas is not written many high profile majority opinions for the court if you think that the measure of the success of the justices how many majority opinions he writes well then Thomas rank somewhat lower but if instead the game is scored by how many new ideas someone gets into the conversation and eventually wins on well the Thomases way high in the pecking order indeed if the new Supreme Court conservative majority begins rethinking lots of long held precedence.

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"jenny thomas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"jenny thomas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Libel laws so when they write the negative and horrible insults articles we can sue them and win the lots of money that was at a fort worth Texas rally in twenty sixteen as a private citizen he repeatedly and unsuccessfully tried to sue his media critics trump has been particularly solicitous of justice Thomas and his wife Ginny who was a vocal conservative activist the Thomases dined with the trumps at the White House this year soon after Jenny Thomas led a group of fellow social conservatives in a one hour meeting with trump the trunk Thomas relationship may have been responsible for retirement rumors fueled by some conservatives who apparently wanted the seventy one year old Thomas to step down so the trump could replace him with the younger conservative able to serve for thirty or forty more years if that was the plan it didn't work as Thomas made clear during an interview at Pepperdine University as well let's fast forward to twenty years from now at your retirement party I'm not gonna argue the twin to twin of it I'm not retired twenty years early years after each of Thomas is twenty eight years on the court analysts have offered different theories about his jurisprudence Brooklyn College professor Corey robin has a book coming out this fall containing the Thomases over riding legal philosophy stems from his views as a black nationalist the way I understand Thomas is that he believes that the American state in particular is imbued with race and racial consciousness and he thinks it's kind of a fool's errand to try to change that Thomas is to send in this terms jury discrimination case would fit right into that category his solution to white prosecutors discriminating against black jurors is to allow similar discrimination by defense lawyers against white jurors to an entirely different view comes from professor Ralph Rossum of Claremont McKenna college author of another book about Thomas Rossum says that Thomas disdains prior Supreme Court rulings because they get him further and further away from the original constitution if you have a finally rock piece of furniture and you put a layer after layer of paint on it pretty soon all the detail is lost under the coats of paint and what Thomas wants to do is scrape back to bare wood to the original text but even the man who made originalism popular the late justice Antonin Scalia did not have such a purist view unlike Thomas Cooley it did believe in precedent as he famously put it I'm an originalist but I'm not a not university of Baltimore law professor Garrett apps sees Thomas unique views as arrogant as an example he points to a Thomas opinion in which the justice referred to James Madison's views on separation of church and state as quote extreme and said that quote in any event the views of one man do not establish the original meaning of the first amendment religion classes wait a minute you just call Jane Madison the father of the bill of rights you just call him an extremist particularly in the area of religious freedom which is the area he is most identified with S. maintains that if you read Clarence Thomas's jurisprudence the views of only one man count how much alone knows the original meaning of these provisions and even Madison who wrote them can be disregarded now that takes a level of confidence or megalomania that I find really breathtaking it is however important not to dismiss Clarence thomas' views Yale's professor Amar acknowledges that Thomas is not written many high profile majority opinions for the court if you think that the measure of the success of the justices how many majority opinions he writes that well then Thomas rank somewhat lower but if instead the game a score by how many new ideas someone gets into the conversation and eventually wins on well the Thomases way high in the pecking order indeed if the new Supreme Court conservative majority begins rethinking lots of long held precedence.

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"jenny thomas" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"jenny thomas" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Do? We need a Mike. Now, we're in the middle of shrimps of the Meadowlands just tell the people to talk real loud. Solved it in an instant. And I was like this girl is detached skin. You know, another thing I loved about, Alex. Is that like it was like, you know, everybody was included. I mean, she made everything seemed like it was like one big family right down to like a Tammy at the information booth. Only to find out y'all Tammy's though, a great friend of Alex's, mom and all this stuff. And just this this whole family unity that Alex just pulled together. I thought it was amazing. Yeah. Just the whole team. Like, you said it was like a family. It was it was more than a team. It was like a family. She had Becca Tarlo. And and what was her name Jenny Jenny Thomas helping cover the whole thing? They were filming they were taking pictures. And I remember at one point we were all sitting around waiting for the hawks for pause to show up. And it was me, and you and my brother Rudy, and it was Becca and Jenny and Alex. And who else was it? I think it was oh boy was hurting. Chelsea Chelsea Chelsea hall, and we were baking in the sun. And we were just sort of waiting for them to arrive because we were all going to be taking some pictures and some shots. We were all sitting around in a circle and again, just like you've known them forever. Like, they were just the most welcoming people, and they were already talking about twenty nineteen ideas for the next world dog expo, and and just a me just go getters, man. Absolute go-getters, just really really cool. Just I've never seen anything. Like that before you know. It's a success when you're already talking about, you know, twenty nineteen another guy stood out for my good friend, Joey Malani, right? Yeah. Joe is walking around like the godfather. Right. As he always does calm, cool and collected. You know, it was hysterical. Because with all the stuff going on. Joey's just like, you know, overseeing everything making sure everything's good. You know, kind of like, you know, walking by boots a everything. Good. Everything's good over here. Yeah. Yeah. I think we might need a pooper scooper over here. Nineteen. We got a soft one. Had everything covered yet with other watering station over by the disc throwing you know, I mean, thank you Joey for having us to it was so see you. I hadn't seen Joey in such a long time. And again, I always talk about it, Joey, and I go back to the National Academy days. And again, I mentioned into the interview I wouldn't be dog grooming right now if it weren't for joy, Villani and Nash kademi. So thank you so much. Joey was so good. See you. There was a great guy. Great to finally meet him because I know you guys go way back, and it was really cool. I always talk about Joey. So thank you. Another thing that stood out for me with Alex was. And I thought it was so nice when during the rescue honors award Alex did a special humble hero award that she gave to her friend and colleague at work Chelsea hall over barklay who is the social media pure coordinator for barklay that was so touching to me because Chelsea had no idea, and you could tell that Alex couldn't wait to give her the award, and Chelsea Chelsea started crying because again, and so well deserving of the award to because outside of her job. She does a lot of rescue work. And I just thought that was really nice that Alex did that for Chelsea. So good. So it was really cool Chelsea had no idea, and you can just tell she was a humble hero. She deserved that. She needed that. And that was really really cool that Alex did that for her. Yeah. Again, we just can't keep talking about Alex because Alex did so much. She was a show coordinator. I couldn't do her job in ten lifetime house. And the last thing that we did was we did an interview with Alex. And we saved her for last because we didn't want to bother her through this whole thing and off camera as everybody was packing in and we were going to do this last interview with Alex off camera. I went up to her, and I said to her I said, Alex, how do you feel right now? Now that it's coming to a close and rather than say, oh, I'm tired or exhausted Alex said accomplished, and that was amazing because there's like so positive that she said accomplished, and I could tell she was tired. I mean, you know, you can just tell them she. But she didn't say that. She didn't back down for a second. She said accomplished, and that's what you were Alexander. It was a huge. Accomplishment. And I think that you're going to do great things with the world dog expo best of luck to Alex. Yeah. Absolutely. And just again, it was just an absolute honor to even be able to participate and be a part of the team for this past weekend. Because it was meant a lot to me. And you I think that really did it changed my perspective. And one of the things that did was it made me proud to be part of the pet industry. It's making me come back to my dog grooming shop like re-energized and just proud to do what I do because sometimes you get caught in a rut, you get stuck in a rut doing a certain job, even dog grooming as much as passionate as we are about it. But I have a new perspective. And I'm proud to be a dog room part of the pet industry. I second that. And just really quick before we go guys I want to remind you all of the all of our footage. All of our interviews. We're going to be posting that on our channels. So definitely keep lookout for that. Because we got a lot of great clips, and we're going to be showing you guys a full interviews from all these wonderful people.

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"jenny thomas" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"jenny thomas" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"What do we go? We need a Mike. We're going to get a Mike. Now, we're in the middle of swamps of the Meadowlands just tell the people to talk real loud. Salt in an instant. I was like, oh this girl is detached skin. And other thing I loved about Alex is that like it was like, you know, everybody was included. I mean, she made everything seemed like it was like one big family right down to like a Tammy at the information booth. Only to find out Tammy's are though a great friend of Alex's, mom, and all this stuff and just this whole family unity that Alex just pulled together. I thought it was amazing. Yeah. Just the whole team. Like, you said it was like a family. It was it was more than a team. It was like a family. She had Becca Tarlo. And and what was her name Jenny Jenny Thomas helping cover the whole thing? They were filming they were taking pictures. And I remember at one point we were all sitting around waiting for the hawks for pause to show up. And it was me, and you and my brother Rudy, and it was Becca and Jenny and Alex. And who else was it? I think it was oh, boy was hurting Chelsea Chelsea Chelsea Chelsea hall, and we were baking in the sun. And we were just sort of waiting for them to arrive because we were going to be taking some pictures and some shots. We were all sitting around in a circle and again, just like you've known them forever. Like, they were just the most welcoming people, and they were already talking about twenty nine thousand nine and ideas for the next. Dog expo and and just a may just go getters, man. Absolute go-getters, just really really cool. Just I'd never really even seen anything. Like that before you know. It's a success when you're already talking about, you know, twenty nineteen, you know, another guy stood out for my good friend, Joey Malani, right? Yeah. Joe is walking around like the godfather. Right. As he always does chiampou and collected. You know, it was a right with all this stuff going on Joey just like, you know, overseeing everything making sure everything's good. You know, kind of like, you know, walking by bullets everything. Good. Everything's good over here. Yeah. Yeah. I think we might need a pooper scooper over here. Nineteen. We got a soft one. He had everything covered. Yeah. With other watering station over by the disc throwing you know, I mean, thank you Joey for having us too. It was so nice to see you. I hadn't seen Joey in such a long time. And again, I always talk about it, Joey, and I go back to the Nash kademi days. And again, I mentioned into the interview I wouldn't be dog grooming right now if it weren't for joy, Villani and Nash kademi. So thank you so much. Joey was so good. See you. There was a great guy. It was great to finally meet him. Because I know you guys go way back, and it was really cool. I always talk about Joey. So thank you. Another thing that stood out for me with Alex was and I thought it was so nice when during the rescue honors award Alex did a special humble hero award that she gave to her friend and colleague at work Chelsea hall over barklay who is the social media pure coordinator for barklay that was so touching to me. Because Chelsea had no idea, and you could tell that Alex couldn't wait to give her the award, and Chelsea Chelsea started crying because again, and so well deserving of the award because outside of her job, she does a lot of rescue work. And I just thought that was really nice that Alex did that for Chelsea. So good. It was really cool Chelsea had no idea, and you can just tell she was a humble hero. She deserved that. She needed that. And that was really really cool that Alex did that for her. Yeah. Again, we just can't keep talking about Alex because Alex did so much. She was a show coordinator. I couldn't do her job in ten lifetimes. And the last thing that we did was we did an interview with Alex. And we saved her for last because we didn't want to bother her through this whole thing and off camera as everybody was packing in and we were going to do this last interview with Alex off camera. I went up to her, and I said to her I said, Alex, how do you feel right now? Now that it's coming to a close. And rather than say, oh, I'm tired or I'm exhausted Alex said accomplished, and that was amazing because there's like so positive that she said accomplished, and I could tell she was tired. I mean, you know, you can just tell them she. But she didn't say that. She didn't back down for a second. She said accomplished, and that's what you were Alexander. It was a huge. Accomplishment. And I think that you're going to do great things with world Doug expo so best of luck to Alex. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. And just again, it was just an absolute honor to even be able to participate and be a part of the team for this past weekend. Because it was it meant a lot to me. And you I think that really did it changed my perspective. And one of the things that did was it made me proud to be part of the pet industry. It's making me come back to my dog grooming shop like re-energized and just proud to do what I do. Because sometimes, you know, you get caught in a rut, you get stuck in a rut doing a certain job, even dog grooming as much as passionate as we are about it. But I have a new perspective. And I I'm proud to be a dog groomer in part of the pet industry. I second that. And just really quick before we go guys I want to remind you all of the all of our footage. All of our interviews. We're going to be posting that on our channel. So definitely keep a lookout for that. Because we got a lot of great clips, and we're going to be showing you guys a full interviews from all these wonderful people that.

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"jenny thomas" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

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"jenny thomas" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"What do we do? We need a Mike. We're going to get a Mike. Now, we're in the middle of swamps of the Meadowlands just tell the people to talk real loud. Solved it in an instant. I was like this girl is detached skin. You know, another thing I loved about, Alex. Is that like it was like, you know, everybody was included. I mean, she made everything seemed like it was like one big family right down to like a Tammy at the information booth. Only to find out Tammy's. Oh, a great friend of Alex's, mom and all this stuff. And it just this this whole family unity that Alex just pull together. I thought it was amazing. Yeah. Just the whole team. Like, you said it was like a family. It was more than a team. It was like a family. She had Becca Tarlo. And and what was her name Jenny Jenny Thomas helping cover the whole thing? They were filming they were taking pictures. And I remember at one point we were all sitting around waiting for the hawks for pause to show up. And it was me, and you and my brother Rudy, and it was Becca and Jenny and Alex. And who else was it? I think it was oh boy was. Chelsea Chelsea Chelsea hall, and we were baking in the sun. And we were just sort of waiting for them to arrive because we were all going to be taking some pictures and some shots. We were all sitting around in a circle and again, just like you've known them forever. Like, they were just the most welcoming people, and they were already talking about twenty nine thousand nine hundred and ideas for the next world dog expo, and and just a me just go getters, man. Absolute go-getters, just really really cool. Just I'd never really even seen anything. Like that before you know. It's a success when you're already talking about, you know, twenty nineteen another guy stood out for my good friend, Joey Malani, right? Yeah. Joe walking around like the godfather. Right. As he always does calm and collected. You know, it was hysterical. Because with all this stuff going on. Joey's just like, you know, overseeing everything making sure everything's good. You know, kind of like, you know, walking by bullets a everything. Good. Everything's good over here. Yeah. Yeah. I think we might need a scope over here. Nineteen. We got a soft one. He had everything covered yet with other watering station over by the disc throwing you know, I mean, thank you Joey for having us too. It was so nice to see you hadn't seen Joey in such a long time. And again, I always talk about it, Joey, and I go back to the National Academy days. And again, I mentioned into the interview I wouldn't be dog grooming right now, if it weren't for joy Villani in a niche kademi, so thank you so much. Joey was so good. See you. There was a great guy was great to finally meet him. Because I know you guys go way back, and it was really cool. I always talk about Joey. So thank you know, the thing that stood out for me with Alex was and I thought it was so nice when during the rescue honors award Alex did a special humble hero award that she gave to her friend and colleague at work Chelsea hall over at barklay who is the social media pure coordinator for barklay that was so touching to me. Because Chelsea had no idea, and you could tell that Alex couldn't wait to give her the award, and Chelsea Chelsea started crying because again, and so well deserving of the award to because outside of her job. She does a lot of rescue work. And I just thought that was really nice that Alex did that for Chelsea. So good. So it was really cool Chelsea had no idea, and you can just tell she was a humble hero. She deserved that. She needed that. And that was really really cool that Alex did that for her. Yeah. Again, we just can't keep talking about Alex because Alex did so much. She was a show coordinator. I couldn't do her job in ten lifetime house. And the last thing that we did was we did an interview with Alex. And we saved her for last because we didn't want to bother her through this whole thing and off camera as everybody was packing in and we were going to do this last interview with Alex off camera. I went up to her, and I said to her I said, Alex, how do you feel right now? Now that it's coming to a close. And rather than say, oh, I'm tired or I'm exhausted Alex said accomplished, and that was amazing because there's like so positive that she said accomplished, and I could tell she was tired. I mean, you know, you could just tell them she. But she didn't say that she didn't back down for a second. She said accomplished, and that's what you were Alex in. It was a huge. Accomplishment. And I think that you're going to do great things with world Doug expo so best of luck to Alex. Yeah. Absolutely. And just again, it was just an absolute honor to even be able to participate and be a part of the team for this past weekend. Because it was it meant a lot to me. And you I think that really did it changed my perspective. And one of the things that did was it made me proud to be part of the industry. It's making me come back to my dog grooming shop like re-energized and just proud to do what I do because sometimes you get caught in a rut, you get stuck in a rut doing a certain job, even dog grooming as much as passionate as we are about it. But I have a new perspective. And I'm proud to be a dog groomer in part of the pet industry. I second that. And just really quick before we go guys I want to remind you all of the all of our footage. All of our interviews. We're going to be posting that on our channel. So definitely keep a lookout for that. Because we got a lot of great clips, and we're going to be showing you guys a full interviews from all these wonderful people that.

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