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Washington - White House butler who served 11 presidents died of coronavirus

The Opening Bell

02:06 min | Last month

Washington - White House butler who served 11 presidents died of coronavirus

"Wanted to mention so today passed away but a remarkable person you may have heard of Wilson German in the past he was a Butler at the White House who served eleven presidents history was sort of cold in the the movie the bottler with forest Whitaker in Oprah and not so many other big names pretty good movie from a few years back but this gentleman Wilson German started working in the White House as a cleaner in nineteen fifty seven under Dwight D. Eisenhower and then worked for John F. Kennedy was promoted to Butler under JFK but also worked for Lyndon Johnson Lyndon Johnson liked him so much that when Mister Germans wife was very ill he sent that President Johnson sent his personal positions to treat her to to take care of her and then the worked for president Nixon and president Ford and I mean the the the list goes on and on Jimmy Carter George W. bush said that he was a lovely man he was the first person that we saw in the in the white house every morning the last person we saw when we returned at night he worked for president Obama and of course took a great deal of pride in working for president Obama being African American himself that the there was an African American president but a a rather remarkable man who served as a cleaner A. and and elevator operator at the White House apparently they haven't put in the automatic elevators at the White House for at the time at least did not and then ultimately bottler which is you know I I guess quite a prestigious position there he died of coronavirus sadly age ninety is

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Why Do Pistachios' Color Depend on the Iran Hostage Crisis?

BrainStuff

03:35 min | 2 months ago

Why Do Pistachios' Color Depend on the Iran Hostage Crisis?

"Are tasty seed the grow on trees and have cream colored shells and green colored flesh a Estacio. Green is a specific queue. A soft yellowish green. That was super popular in the fall of two thousand. Nineteen in Pentagon's catalog. It's thirteen dash zero two to one but there was a time when the stash IOS that Americans eight were almost all died red cedar and Shell so vibrant read that it would stain your fingers so why were stashes died in the first place. And why aren't read pistachios around anymore? It all starts at the Syrian stash importer by the name of Sullom who supposedly died his stashes read to differentiate his product from that of his competitors and to hide any minor imperfections from harvesting. The pistachio is believed to be indigenous to the Middle East specifically Iran and has been widely cultivated from Afghanistan to the Mediterranean region and more recently in California where it was introduced in eighteen fifty four as a garden. Trie we spoke with Persian chef and writer Nashashibi up among leauge. She explained four Iranians and Turks Stash. Here's play an important role in their culture in cuisine for them stash. Here's our everyday snacks roasted salted and sometimes lime juice. There are Stachel cookies flavored with rosewater in cardamom. Mustaches lamb braised with rose water and Saffron Stachel meatballs cooked in pomegranate juice etc up until the nineteen seventies. The majority of America's mustaches came from abroad. Most hailing from Iran looms method of using his red dye to make his not standout eventually became the identifying mark of Middle Eastern Stash IOS. Then in nineteen seventy nine can the Iranian hostage crisis in which fifty two American diplomats and citizens were held hostage in Iran for four hundred and forty four days. Tensions between the two nations were extremely high during this time at deeply affecting how the United States viewed Iran and also undermining Jimmy Carter's conduct a foreign policy. Carter did what any president in a tight spot would do and imposed a number of sanctions on Iran. Just after the crisis began Carter began by cutting off sales of Iranian oil and freeing all Iranian assets on April seventh nineteen eighty frustrated by the ineffectual outcome of the sanctions. Carter announced he would be taking drastic measures by cutting off diplomatic ties with Iran and embargoing all imports from the Middle Eastern country. His embargo against Iranian imports resulted in what was essentially an embargo on the area's vibrant red pistachios. Leaving the fingers of Stachel loving Americans everywhere. Their normal hugh. So where do America's stashes come from? Now California grows about ninety eight percent of statue sold in the US using an automated process that ensures little to no colorful imperfections on the Shell California produced around four point. Five million pounds of pistachios in nineteen seventy seven. A number that grew by twenty times only twenty years later now. California is home to ninety nine percent of the nation's pistachio orchards. Making it three point. Six billion dollar industry coming in second and third are Arizona and New Mexico with an economic impact thirteen million and three point one million respectively. These nuts are all their natural green but relics of red pistachios do still exist for example in a scene in the film the naked gun in which the characters mouths are dyed red by eating nuts and in some people's nostalgic memories.

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How Does That Feel?

The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

08:24 min | 3 months ago

How Does That Feel?

"Privilege and the honor to meet for the First Time. A remarkable little boy that. I wanted to make for the moment. I heard his story his name is Mattie Stepanov and I hear he's an extraordinary person. He's only eleven years old. I've spoken to him on the phone several times but today's the first time we're actually meeting in person. Here's Maddie story. I want people to know Ma knife philosophy to remember to play after every storm. Maddie's Depan it is an extraordinary eleven-year-old living through difficult storm. He was born with a rare form of muscular dystrophy. He feel it in your muscles. You feel muscle pain DMC around. I need my wheelchair I I need. Oxygen Maddie's mom ginny also. Has the disease did not discover until after she had had four children. Katie died when she was two years old stevie died at six months of age and Jamie died when he was four years old. Manny has miraculously just turned eleven which nobody would have ever guessed possible from a very young age. Mattie was special even while tethered to oxygen he earned a junior black belt in martial arts and now he home schools at the eleventh grade level but his real gift is the poetry he writes. I have a song deep in my heart. I right to express my thoughts my feelings. I want people to think a few poems are fine but most of them are so that we can understand how we need to listen to our hearts songs and spread page with each other. You hear the word heart songs a lot in his poetry heart song is your inner beauty. It's the song in your heart. That wants you to help. Make yourself better per sin and to help other people do the same. Mattie is a very unique spirit A lot of people would say he's an old soul spiritual and he's hopeful for something bigger than himself. When I grow up I not only want to be a pacemaker. I'll be other have stuff. Dan Malls at treat like my children for a boy so full of life. He came very close to dying this year. Mattie spent about five months and the Intensive Care Unit at Children's National Medical Center in DC came so custody debt. I saw in comedy great me into Heaven with his health failing and time running out mattis. Three lifelong wishes had not yet been granted. I had three wishes and they are one town. My Book published. I can spread the message. Be World to talk peace with my hero. Jimmy Carter and meet with a win. Free BODY GOT. I wish to books of poetry published in the last four months and with a phone call. Second wish came true. They picked up the phone and handed it to me. Was Jimmy Carter. It was so I couldn't believe it. Mattie was very sick clinging to life but he wanted to return to the comforts of home the day before he came home from the hospital. Mattie night parade very very hard and Matty's prayer was that he was coming home to live and all the bleeding it stopped. I call it a miracle. I really think I'm here for fish because in my life I've had so many close calls to dying even if it takes me one year or one thousand I have to. I was meant to do. Shares the Dow. So here you made in your thank you your everything I imagine you. This is your first time flying coming to yes. It was. What was that like for you? It was amazing from me. I mean even especially when we had to go through this huge cloud we would I saw cloud coming and I figured they would. Just go around it all of a sudden. I'm surrounded by white stuff. Fell like algebra fluffy more. Mellow fluffy marshmallow. That's that's my mom. However she was a little anxious right a little. Play it simply. That's putting it simply. How are you how is your health? How are you doing? I'm doing a lot better healthwise I'm doing very well. Excitement wise a lot of grownups. They tried to get you to let go of the three wishes but you held onto them. Yes because because they were things that will last forever going to Disney. Well and in a week having shopping spree day but being able to talk to Jimmy Carter being able to have my books. Publish- being able to talk to you here today nests forever. He's four so you've been writing poetry since you were. How old about three. Yeah I would go to my mom on the WHO would be typing on the computer. Either School were playing solitaire and I would say mommy. Can you write something down for me please? And to assure I would tell these poems and she would type them down for me and then when I learned to write and all so known that I was making poetry. What you were doing yes I would. I was shows expressing my feelings. I just saying what I felt like. I needed to stay home. I learned to write so I wrote end dictated and now most of the time. I just go to my computer type book some poems and so you started calling it heart songs because what was the song in my heart it was the CICCIO. My heart hurt. Song doesn't have to be a song in your heart even talking about Lavin peers. It can just be your suit can be your F- feeling some people might even call it a conscience even though that's not really what it is. It's your message what you feel you need to do. And everybody has it. Everyone no matter what it is it. It's still sings the same beautiful to peace and love but people now are fighting over. How are harp songs are different? But I don't need to be the same. A heart tongue zone need to be the same because everybody has different woods. Yes and that's the beauty. We are almost sake of gifts and each was has our inner beauty. No matter how we look I mean you're very beautiful for no but it's our interview. I read your first book the Now the Second Book Journey through hearts come out and I have my own favourite poems. I ask you. Where did these were these come from? Just they are my feelings life experience. I mean like I said when I was little outside Mommy. Can you type this up for me? Your your life experiences Mr Levin Euro dealings. Don't you think you're wise beyond your years? Don't you yes thank you. Yes

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"jimmy carter" Discussed on The Good News Podcast

The Good News Podcast

07:35 min | 4 months ago

"jimmy carter" Discussed on The Good News Podcast

"Podcast is your source for Good News Fun Stories Auditory Delight and Sonic Joy. We're bringing you all of this goodness from beautiful downtown Chicago. Katie you Jimmy Carter former former. Us President thank you for clarifying. What is something you know about him as factoid? I know that he was a peanut farmer. He was a peanut farmer. And it's fun to think of him. I don't actually know peanuts grow. I have no idea how I have never seen a peanut in the wild. I don't know what they dangled and trees like apples. But that's insane. I don't think that's right a dumping ground lag. A CAM legumes. What does that mean? They are not a tree nut. That's what leg. Im's main legume is like a bean. And that means that you're on the ground. Well no I think it's like a Green Bean you've picked. Have you picked green beans? Oh you picked like snap peas. No they're low to the ground. You pluck them from a little boy. I know it's not a Bush. No I do. I feel well no. It's twenty twenty less confident. I could be wrong about so. I'm not one hundred percent sure that it's Bush but I feel long tree. I feel pretty confident peanuts. Dunker entrees and don't run bushes. Well later we'll google it later. There's no time now now. He grew past tense peanuts in his small town in Georgia called planes to small towns And on the farmland that used to grow peanuts now there are so panels. How wait where are the peanuts? I don't know I don't think he's GonNa. They're not trendy anymore well times of change for the peanut industry. That's right so he's got so he's got solar panels on his farmland and he is single handedly with those solar panels powering half the town is freaking suite on a good day. He can power something like four hundred homes with solar panel says personal. Solar people are getting free. Electricity from Jimmy Carter. If I lived in planes I would turn on a light switch and say thanks Jimmy Matt Georgia accent. Thanks Jim thanks Jimmy. That's really call a reason. This is interesting. Is that in. Nineteen seventy nine. He put solar panels on the White House because he felt really strongly about it. He was a big proponent of solar energy and thought it was really important. People know about it so that either would have some staying power or become like this relic of history. So he put it on the White House. Ronald Reagan immediately took them off now. Those White House. Solar panels are in like museums. Really the world. Yeah I another thing I was just hearing about on. Npr again solar panels used to be like kind of joke because they were very very expensive. Share if natural gas coal was like five cents for a unit. Solar power is like a dollar right one. Eight Times is expensive right. I heard that too. Yeah but just recently. They said that's what you're running. Low the switch Rooney snails cheap cheap cheap cheap cheaper to somebody called up. Jimmy Carter to personally apologize. I mean I bet. He was mocked and chastised and I bet he deserves an apology. I know he does. He was a forward thinker. So Katie my question to you is on a personal note. I'm an open but I'm GonNa ask that you tell me what crop you would have like to grow. And then let either currently or in the future you would like that crop to be replaced by so for Jimmy peanuts and then solar panels and you already asked me what Crappo. Well the answer's Levin's okay. So you would have a lemon orchard out of well. We don't know that I feel really have a lemon Bush will. We're attacking that. Oh no I'd like eleven of Kado Hybrid. How so but your salads and Guacamole is our Tartan hanging and once I move past. I guess I'd like them to be replaced with our house. No I don't think of it as an evolution of your spirit. Okay so I'm really into tear it. Avacado is right now in the the future. Yeah I guess in the future. I'd like it to be those massage chairs at the airport. You put the money in. Or it's like a weird postured chair. We put your face in a donut and your legs rest really comfortably. Great good well. Here's mine okay. I'm thinking strawberry. Patch kills drivers a really fun and then for whatever reason and this is unlike me. I'm imagining that. I scrape up all those drivers and I have a quarter mile race. Track like where people can drive. Little Dune buggy like small like not full sized cars like eight hundred eighty s like inbetween carts and cars. And I don't think there's little race cars called but they've got like a big like sale on top like a bumper. No No. It's definitely not that either. Some like a wagon healer getting further. Thanks for listening. Do you have good news? Incredible or maybe you want to tell us a joke or idea. Excellent email us at hello at the good news. Podcast dot F. M. or. Leave us a voicemail at seven seven three two one seven zero one five six. You can also tweet us at the Good News Pot and follow us on instagram too. 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Two killed in fiery crash on I-85 in Gwinnett County

Dana Loesch

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

Two killed in fiery crash on I-85 in Gwinnett County

"Two people die in a fiery weekend crash on I. eighty five in Gwinnett county that shut down the interstate for more than ten hours when a tanker truck rear ended the car around eight Saturday morning and the northbound lanes your Jimmy Carter Boulevard flames in golf both vehicles this driver was stuck in the back up he tells channel two action news you could see the flames for miles I'm Jeannie do pre in Washington after near easily between seventy five to a hundred feet in the air eight eight eight and it was a consistent fire because of damage to the roadway the D. O. T. had to replace a stretch of scorched asphalt on IT five measured about a hundred feet long and seventy feet wide the interstate re opened by six

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Blackhawks post-game

Nocturnal Journal with Dave Hoekstra

07:26 min | 5 months ago

Blackhawks post-game

"Second free to dramatic shoot out in Arizona let's start here from some of those involved starting with Corey Crawford who made himself what was it forty saves on the night nice to to keep grass zero early no that's that's a team of filing with two to find a playoff spot here and I mean that was probably most exciting game this year let's say no it was I thought good good job our guys not to panic after they come back in where the town is chances but I mean they're gonna rounds played unbelievable tonight so it was nice to get that women should be safe you may it came up with a better one come back or going outside of his out to play as a physical and some yeah I mean hopefully you know it's it's been a lot it's lot of chances I think a little more open archaea think around the league and nice to have one were not so many goals more saves but I mean we we played well feature was was great couple of big blocks on the backside of the name a place on the backside and rarely get make a place there and I mean I was I was a huge win for for us coming down the stretch you know we can't can't give up too many points so that are shown as nice setting is it to come off the break that a performance like that right up where you left off yeah I mean it looks like we were flying out there for for a team that took no more than a week week off I mean we left really fast and there was those quick game and I mean you know because you think you're going to have you know slow legs and but that wasn't the case I mean everyone was plain art and really at the top of the game it felt like what you see and that's the same another which one are all of the I think it was it was kind of a screen looked like he was shooting from where it was and you can elated over to that side so I was just trying to get over there as quick as I can and cover the bottom half to get to get the story out of of the brakes like this yeah one I want to play I mean monies monies from playing great too so just whenever I get the chance try and give my best Corey Crawford voted the number three star of the game tonight let's hear from the number one star who scored both Black Hawk goals in regulation given the two nothing lead Brandon sat four goals in four games since we got back kind of picking up where you left off what kind of looking for you so far away well I think same scanners and they help when I would have different centers but I think we found some chemistry there so it's a good part number for me it's just I'm not shot first mentality because he's going to find you so they've been going on for me important when they came after this leaving should not yeah it's huge you know they made a push and for us it's it's a big character when was sticking with it sometimes in the past we kind of filter back on that second point here discussion this race thank you for that red dead that's working second yeah I didn't think I thought originally when I shot and I thought I was definitely going and when I got an elevated but if you're hill up and made a statement both goaltenders are great and I think he just came out of your forty shots of that a great it was a back and you see them get a straight honest at the shop yeah I kind of saw that once our location he Medisave I saw a under seal in there and then I saw the replay so mom is kinda sprawled out I just try to get it off quick and get up to the minute you make it safe was about the game you get season I think forty five shots on goal and ten years off like close like how I think keep it simple you know for us this is some we talked about the store shift to get everyone involved and I only play more and there's and have that energy we're gonna have more success so when we get carried away and like ferocious and creator or give them turnovers they get more offense off of it when you're down there playing and everything do you realize how exciting back and forth it is or any focused on that but I think a little both you know when you're on the ice you don't really realize it but couple times on the bench you know with a lot of the crowd was chance of going back and forth especially in overtime of the deciding falling playoff game almost as often as it felt like it was two three games the fall over there for you guys are back yeah I think the excitement high you know we we've been winning reddish structure wings there and anytime you want any feel good we know what we have to do to finish off the season and it's gonna be a tight race all out so for us it's taking it day by day game by game and collecting as many once again that's right inside to go so I finally a couple of quick thoughts from head coach Jimmy Carter good effort from us long layoff obviously and and so and we felt that the two days was going to be good enough to get ready but so you never known as I would handle that pretty well overall thought the second period was was really good yet you know they they when the period up but I thought that was our best period probably and credits are guys because no eight you go after two periods it's two two anything probably should have been in a better position but we stuck with it we didn't get frustrated now obviously we we got some saves about both goal is really good and overall I thought we did a good job and deserve to points so happy they were able to come through and get a feel like there was an extra John it was a really fast pace it felt really fast both ways the skated really well I thought we skated really well really you know quick transition both directions you know I thought we left a little on the table just with being clean in transition like we have them and volatile situations couple times just didn't quite make the play but overall pretty please with their efforts and it's nice to have another couple days here to to re load and and it's another big game coming up yes I thought they were really good you know do you talk about all three of them as far as how about how about able they are to the team and Kirby keeps getting better very active skating while and thought that line you know what I will look after I was too I thought they created a lot going for it pretty good defensively in just adds a different dimension to our team both stand on their head all night yeah both guys were really good made big saves for us you know download role at key times like you know first period it got a little sloppy it is the period one on and and he he bailed us out and then just when the games online you know you're gonna need to save and we got it and obviously there guy was really good too there's a black car for action from Arizona for the three to shoot out when

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Anne Cox Chambers, Atlanta Media Heiress, Dies At 100

NPR News Now

00:47 sec | 5 months ago

Anne Cox Chambers, Atlanta Media Heiress, Dies At 100

"Cox Chambers has died at the age of one hundred. The Atlanta newspaper heiress was one of the richest women in the country from member station W. A. B. E. Susannah Kappa Ludo reports and Cox Chambers owned the Atlanta Journal Constitution as part of the COX accent price media empire until last year it included TV and radio stations from around the country chambers supported Democrats including President. Jimmy Carter for whom she served S. Ambassador to Belgium. She also supported Barack Obama's first presidential campaign. She was known as a local philanthropist sitting on the board of the Atlanta High Museum of art and other other institutions Forbes estimated her net worth a few years ago at seventeen billion dollars she was the daughter of former Ohio governor James Cox for NPR. News I'M SUSANNAH CAPITAL LUCHO IN ATLANTA.

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Trump lawyer Dershowitz argues president can't be impeached for an act he thinks will help his reelection

Curtis Sliwa

07:03 min | 5 months ago

Trump lawyer Dershowitz argues president can't be impeached for an act he thinks will help his reelection

"Because well the drama in Capitol Hill is whether that vote tomorrow will produce for rebel Republican senators who will say you know what we've sat here we have enabled calm and they read all questions on the cue card Chief Justice Roberts but I think will need to hear a little bit more from Bolton himself maybe some of the documents we don't know what that what that vote will amount to at this point I guess if you were taking action like you would Superbowl action between the chiefs and the San Francisco forty Niners now take fifty fifty it's it's sort of suede it looked like they had the Republicans they will more than four now looks like maybe they don't so we'll see how it turns out but while all that was taking place while McConnell was meeting separately with mark how ski apparently trying to convince a no no you don't want to join Collins said and Romney on that and become the Republican senator number three to jump ship Alan Dershowitz who's considered the legal beagle from Harvey took to the floor in defense of the president of the United States is part of the legal team I made an argument I did not the socks off of people whether your legal experts or you would just pragmatic in common sense no matter what your politics all over the world will watching in fact he talked about the quid pro quo that would be used towards gaining an edge in an upcoming election of a sitting president every public official what I know believes that his election is in the public interest and mostly right your election is in the public interest in for president does something which he believes will help him get elected in the public interest that cannot be the kind of quid pro quo that results in impeachment I wish I was I literally went wow if that's that's their defense that's their final word on this that is bad because I need so basically what he's saying is president is a green lit what to do what ever the hell he wants as long as he's saying and the presidential interest me getting reelected is omnipotent yeah infallible and because he's already present he or she should have the right to use a quid pro quo in order to stay in office because it's to our benefit it's the people spend in fact right so that I'm not miss quoting it and will obviously allow all of our listeners to weigh in as to what Alan Dershowitz men on them is one eight hundred eight four eight W. A. B. C. that's one eight hundred eight four eight nine two two two listen to what he said from the well of the Senate yesterday that has people shaking their head light I thought this was the legal lion of Harvard every public official that I know believes that his election is in the public interest and mostly right your election is in the public interest in for president does something which he believes will help him get elected in the public interest I cannot be the kind of quid pro quo that results in impeachment the reason our fathers created this concept of impeachment was very simple presidents are not gods they're not kings they're Americans who have been chosen to serve the country not their families not their friends not themselves but the United States of America and our founding fathers understood that man can be a moral man can be corrupt and so they set up a system of checks and balances are and further protected the country with the act of impeachment but now our president's legal team has suggested that anything the president wants to do as long as he claims that it's done in the national interest of getting reelected he can do right yes carte Blanche to behave with unrestrained abandoned if you once and if you're already a sitting president and he seems to imply it's in our public interest that you continue to be present and fulfill the two term limit and if it means dealing with a foreign power in which you do a quid pro quo okay look we're helping you with giving you a I need you to help in terms of digging up dirt on my adversaries my opponents whether they're running against me in a primary like Jimmy Carter remember had primary was primary by Ted Kennedy before he had to run for reelection against Ronald Reagan when he lost think of that think of the ramifications and then naturally everyone was stunned because he remember woozy Alan Dershowitz who was so different during Clinton Bill Clinton's impeachment what happened since nineteen ninety eight is that I studied more did more research read more documents and like any academic older my views so so in in so it's his mind there is there is no such thing as abuse of power when you're president so yes he may have pressure Ukraine to dig up dirt to trash Joe Biden he may have held they have hundreds of millions of dollars allocated money to Ukraine to add to the pressure but it's okay because even using the power of your office to serve yourself is okay if you are president I have to tell you guys this is the GOP's argument and if if you support this if the if the senator support this and they reelect him and his supporters you will be ending democracy as we know and I'll tell you as a former Republican lifelong I'm fairly certain will not go down on the right side of history with this one does she which as a former Democrat solid Democrat right across the board he's basically saying because now he is a supporter of the Republicans that he has a different view but as a lawyer let's face it he didn't say this he's a Hessian he's a mercenary lawyers are trying to argue a case both point at the same time in Los right will look the perfect example kellyanne Conway I'm not picking on her because she's trumps person but she has been she was you early on in the campaigns she was ripping trump apart as was one zero and this is what they do but I mean this is this is all about what's going to happen to this country and the democracy but the country this is a man whose reputation for being bright when it comes to legal matters and giving it to you straight has now been dramatically compromise because he has basically said you know when I was a Democrat I sure did Democrat way now that I support the president and the Republicans because save embrace me I see it the

Suspected drunk driver runs over Gwinnett officer while trying to get away

Monica Perez

00:23 sec | 5 months ago

Suspected drunk driver runs over Gwinnett officer while trying to get away

"A suspected drunk driver runs over Gwinnett county officer while trying to get away it happened early this morning outside to keep his lounge of Jimmy Carter Boulevard in Norcross the officer and an investigator from the DA's office are being treated for their injuries after being hit by a van they were trying to stop the suspect ran away with the help of canine officers was later caught and arrested the officer investigator is suffered in non life threatening

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Dems silent on Iran protests as demonstrators blame regime, not Trump

Ben Shapiro

03:02 min | 6 months ago

Dems silent on Iran protests as demonstrators blame regime, not Trump

"The hours the days following the revocation of cuts force commander crossing with the sole money reactions were telling about how divide the U. S. political landscape is in this election year many if not most Democrat leaders try to suggest there was a moral equivalency to the Iranian regime and U. S. president Donald Trump there was a suggestion by Democrats that while so many was a horrible person a terrorist responsible for many American and allied lives Donald Trump wasn't that much better because he ordered the killing of an Iranian general on Iraqi soil some leftist offered sympathy to the Iranian people and their leaders on the loss of the revolutionary guard leader awhile many people turned out for the funeral so many it was fairly apparent that in Iran you do what you're expected to do by the state run molars or pay the price some left wing commentators explained it was impressive that perhaps a million people turned out to mourn this butcher they wondered how could Donald Trump have been so cruel and acted so impetuous Lee and Ukrainian plane at that was alleged to have been shot down to the Iran regime killing all hundred seventy six people on board was the result of a **** for tat that was begun by Donald Trump fast forward to the twelfth of January and the news of the day in the first such actions insulin is around occasion and after the Iranian military admitted that it mistakenly shot down the cranium plane after the nine four days that it brought down the plane Iranian protesters demanded Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei step down now hundreds of people chanted in front of to rants on here come here university videos of the protest red commander in chief Khamenei resign resign demonstrators ripped up pictures of solar mainly during the protests many Iranians might be hesitant to protest since last November hundreds reportedly killed in protests in multiple cities across the Islamic Republic now to show solidarity with the people of Iran against the regime president trump tweeted to the brave long suffering people of Iran I stood with you since the beginning of my presidency and my administration will continue to stand with you we are following your protest closely and are inspired by your courage this is an act of solidarity with the rainy protesters that the Obama administration could not bring himself to declare the belated admission of blame by Iran's elite Lucien regards has squandered the national unity scene after the killing of the country's most influential commander one reaction by a twenty seven year old university student was telling about Iranians impatience with the regime he said quote why should I vote for this regime I don't trust them at all they lied to us about the plane crash why should I trust them when they don't trust people enough to tell the truth end of quote and what's been the reaction by Democrats to Donald Trump to task for what they saw as his complicity in the downing of Ukrainian plane crickets that's right so far they've been no reactions to the Iranian regime that whoops they just made a mistake the Democrats anti trump rantings are not just political in nature but border on outrageous the refused to defend their own country in a time of war they find it hard pressed to be so bold to actually come out with well deserve condemnation of regime that uses death to suppress legitimate protest this is the same Iranian regime that bears Democrat Jimmy Carter with the kidnapping of Americans and has ever since cried out death to America it's time for Democrats to put partisan politics aside stand up against our adversary and stand up for this

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Obama, Trump Tie as Most Admired Man in 2019

Hugh Hewitt

00:34 sec | 6 months ago

Obama, Trump Tie as Most Admired Man in 2019

"President trump and former president Obama finish two thousand nineteen tied as the most admired men in the U. S. that according to new polling from Gallup we get more from Bernie Bennett Mr trump and Mr Obama both received eighteen percent of the vote for most of mine man according to Gallup we know what the man being named by more than two percent of respondents the top ten most admired men also include former president Jimmy Carter Tesla CEO you on mosque Microsoft founder Bill Gates pope Francis senator Bernie Sanders congressman Adam Schiff the Dalai Lama and Berkshire Hathaway chairman Warren Buffett this is president Obama's twelve the time at the top of the list and president trump's

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Jimmy Carter, 95, back in church for first time since brain surgery

Phil's Gang

00:31 sec | 6 months ago

Jimmy Carter, 95, back in church for first time since brain surgery

"President Jimmy Carter publicly appeared at the Georgia church where he worships for the first time since undergoing brain surgery in November news organizations say the ninety five year old former president and his wife Rosalynn attended services at the Maranatha Baptist church on Sunday prisoners also prayed over the carters who sat in front row seats at the plains church Mr Carter underwent surgery last month at Emory University hospital in Atlanta doctors relieve pressure on Carter's brain caused by bleeding from

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Poll reveals the Most Admired Man of 2019

Orlando's News at Noon

00:19 sec | 6 months ago

Poll reveals the Most Admired Man of 2019

"Devious and president trump and former president Barack Obama are tied for the most admired men in America both one eighteen percent of the vote in gallops latest annual poll they were followed by former president Jimmy Carter and Tesla CEO you one mosque both of them at two percent the winner of America's most admired woman is former First Lady Michelle

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Jimmy Carter, 95, back in church for first time since brain surgery

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:28 sec | 6 months ago

Jimmy Carter, 95, back in church for first time since brain surgery

"Former president Jimmy Carter publicly appeared at the Georgia church where he warships for the first time since undergoing brain surgery November prisoners also prayed over the carters who were nestled in the front row seats at the plains church the ninety five year old Carter underwent surgery last month in Atlanta to relieve pressure on his brain caused by bleeding from a fall in recent years the nation's oldest ever ex president has faced several health issues including multiple falls and

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Jimmy Carter, 95, back in church for first time since brain surgery

First Light

00:19 sec | 6 months ago

Jimmy Carter, 95, back in church for first time since brain surgery

"By former president Jimmy Carter publicly appeared at the Georgia church where he worships for the first time since undergoing brain surgery in November the ninety five year old Carter and his wife of more than seventy years Rosalyn attended services at the Maranatha Baptist church parishioners prayed over the carters were sitting in front row seats at the planes

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Remembering Paul Volcker

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

05:39 min | 7 months ago

Remembering Paul Volcker

"Here's the thing about Paul Volcker the former chairman of the Federal Reserve arguably one of the most influential of Fed shares. Who died it yesterday at the age of ninety two? Yeah it's kind of an amazing story that's author and New York Times editorial board member beaming Applebaum on this show about a month or two ago. He used to cover the Fed for the Times. When Paul Volcker I started at the Federal Reserve he worked basically as a human calculator in an office deep inside the Federal Reserve? There Have Bank of New York in the early nineteen fifties and he told his wife one night that he didn't think he had a future at the Fed that as an economist he was always going to be consigned to being essentially. Actually you know A worker bee at this institution that was run by financial market types businessmen. Those even a Iowa Hog farmer there and he didn't think that he had much chance of getting ahead. Suffice it to say Paul Volcker got way ahead at the Federal Reserve. Jimmy Carter picked him to run the Central Bank in nineteen seventy nine with inflation and this is important headed toward almost fifteen percent. I ask Carter about that about the economic and political fallout from picking Volker when I interviewed the former president in two thousand ten so I went looking as I Picked up this book. I went looking for the name. Paul Volcker who You pointed to the Fed in nineteen seventy nine. You don't come across crosses name until page three hundred and forty something and it's really funny because it is dismissed in a sentence. Paul Volcker came in We decided we could work with him. And then the the next day bang you name to defend that was really the one of the most hotly debated things. I did because a lot of my political advisor. Said don't appoint Paul Volcker because he's going to tighten up on everything and you will have no control at all over the Fed anymore. You won't even have communication with him when Paul Volcker came. I was seeing the prospect of enormous inflation rates. And so I agreed with Paul Volcker in conversation that I would not interfere in what he did. I was prepared for him. To tighten up tremendously and drive interest rates and so forth up in order to control rampant in. It's funny actually because a little bit later in the book you basically say in this passage that you dictated at the time Volcker says he's going to have to tighten interest rates. And it's GonNa hurt me politically. I mean. You knew it was coming. I knew it was coming but I was prepared to take it. I thought that I could be reelected in spite of that as it turns out. Of course things didn't work out for President Carter about which I asked Paul Volcker in two thousand twelve if I read the see the recounting of that job interview correctly in this book. You basically said I want independence and I gotta do what I gotTa do. It was obvious why he wanted to see me. But I MR president and if you're thinking of appointing me Germany Federal Reserve. You have to know that I believe in somewhat entitled Monetary Policy and we have been following and my predecessor followed. Yeah you know I the next question I asked the president actually was Did you mind when he raised interest. He's like that and he said Oh no I I thought it was going to be good for the next presidential term. I thought that term was going to be mine. Not Raking No. He asked him why said I cost him the election. There's some people said and he had kind of Ri- smiled and he said well I think there were a few other factors as well after he left the Fed in nineteen eighty seven. Paul Volcker worked on on Wall Street for a while. Got Drafted back into government service every now and then most. Recently as the chairman of President Obama's economic recovery advisory board and as the namesake for the Volcker Carulli. The part of the Dodd Frank Financial Reform Bill that limited some of the kinds of trades. The Big Wall Street banks could make. But really when you think Paul Volcker. It's those years in the late nineteen seventies early nineteen eighties when the Fed pushed short-term interest rates up to a record twenty percent to get inflation back under control twenty percent went today the Fed's current short-term target rate is between one and a half percent and one and three quarters percent and it hasn't over five in more than a decade which makes double digit interest rates hard for most Americans below a certain age to even fathom so marketplace's Amy Scott takes us back in the early nineteen eighties and Owen managed a bank branch Boston to remember telling customers. They'd have to pay twenty one percent interest for a car loan today. The average is just over for four percent. They would get mad at the bank and many times they would just basically say I can't afford that. Oh and went on to become an economist at the Fed and now teaches at Hamilton College. She says those high interest rates had a purpose volcker was trying to slow down demand by making borrowing more expensive give. It made it difficult for people to buy houses by cars Credit card interest rates. Were extremely high. The economy did slowdown slowdown falling into two recessions. In one thousand nine hundred eighty two unemployment topped ten percent in protest homebuilders mailed. Chunks of two by fours is to Volker and members of Congress. Fred Napolitano is former president of the National Association of homebuilders. Just make a point to say this is what we do is is what we build you know with. The interest rate is hurting us. That pain eventually paid off. Robert King is a professor of economics at Boston University. Ultimately once people began to believe that inflation was gonNA come down it came down and interest rates tumbled and the economy recovered and and it's viewed as a major triumph at triumph. Nobody wants to have to repeat. I'm Amy Scott for marketplace. Paul Volcker did yesterday at at the age of ninety

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Paul Volcker, Fed chair who fought runaway inflation, has died at age 92

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:21 sec | 7 months ago

Paul Volcker, Fed chair who fought runaway inflation, has died at age 92

"O'clock former federal reserve chairman Paul Volcker who fought runaway inflation in the nineteen eighties Paul Volcker has died he was ninety two years old he chaired the fed under presidents Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan he also served in various roles under presidents John F. Kennedy and Barack Obama Paul Volcker dead at the age of

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The U.S. Added 266,000 Jobs in November. Here’s the Bottom Line.

KCBS Radio Morning News

02:17 min | 7 months ago

The U.S. Added 266,000 Jobs in November. Here’s the Bottom Line.

"November's employment numbers have come up strong this morning with the economy adding two hundred sixty six thousand jobs and bringing the unemployment rate down to three and a half percent this comes after recession fears flared over the summer for more on the political consequences of what this might be we're joined live on the KCBS ring central news line by KCBS political analyst Marc Sandel out mark is this something that president trump can and rightly take credit for that's a tough question if you look at the charts where unemployment is gone which is steadily down or the GDP in wages are going which has been up although sort of up and down eight and you make say a twelve year tenure chart of that starting with the Obama administration right after the end of the big recession and go cut their straight lines meet is not the trump has dramatically changed anything which gives evidence to Obama fans to say yes he's riding on the coattails of Obama's economy any gives the Republicans a chance to say he is providing a steward over one the strong economy the country's ever seen and I gotta tell you I I mean I leave that to the economists I can tell you as a matter of politics it is very very tough to defeat a sitting president when the economy is strong that they're been only five elections in American history where incumbent president has sought reelection and not one and each of those you go back to George HW bush or Jimmy Carter eight yeah these were when the economy was in very very bad shape there sometimes our other circumstance and Gerald Ford lost to Jimmy Carter nineteen seventy six and there were things that were more important perhaps me James Carville less to say it's the economy stupid which I find kind of a stupid comment because obviously the entire world is not the economy to huge factor in nineteen seventy six the resignation of Richard Nixon clearly with the more important factor how does your trumps ethics in office you know his the he is marginalization of people of color your feet into the electoral college that's very complicated but there's no question that a strong economy makes it so that Donald Trump has excellent chance of

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Jimmy Carter Released From Hospital

WGN Nightside

00:28 sec | 7 months ago

Jimmy Carter Released From Hospital

"Former president Jimmy Carter is back home after a short stay in the hospital ABC's Alex stone Mr Carter's team says the former president was released from Phoebe Sumpter Medical Center in Georgia he was there getting treatment for a urinary tract infection they say he looks forward to resting at home in plains Georgia Jimmy Carter is now ninety five years old last week he was really from Emory University hospital after surgery to relieve pressure on his brain because of bleeding from a

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"jimmy carter" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

02:17 min | 11 months ago

"jimmy carter" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"And now they're coming around me and like i can't can't vote against the these are my people in these are my friends and these are the people i love. What about independence same thing pretty much. No you gotta be democrat gotta be. I don't i don't live r._v. Sometimes being on the fence is not enough. Maybe steps for them. Baby steps romy terry. Go one small step for democracy definitely know libertarians unless he's socially socially independent because unless you're voting blue this time and that's what i'm talking about here. I'm talking about people who are willing voted for trump or used to be trump supporters that used to be republicans that are willing to vote blue in the two thousand twenty election because it just can't stand these policies and they can't deal with it anymore and so i have a parting thought in this i've noticed that when former trump supporters changed parties and they want to become democrats and vote blue some democrats demonize them and try to drum them out of the party and i wanted to ask you and of course you don't have to listen to me but please stop doing that. <hes> we've. I've been begging people to change. That's what activism is we march to get people to change their minds and hearts and when they do we have to give them room to change what you don't have to but i really appreciate it and we need to build bridges not walls and and if they're a mole you know if they're an a-hole like a trojan horse we we can air on the side of kindness. It doesn't really you know i ah i i understand that kind of harder than hate but i think we're fucking tough and i believe in us and the last thing we want is to send these folks who have been conned and had the courage to admit it back to the polls with hate in their hearts for democrats and i understand that some of us have been gasoline and abused and <hes> you know so badly and assaulted take our you know our our minds of an assaulted so badly that we aren't ready to forgive. Some of us aren't ready to forgive and that's totally understandable. We all do what we can in our own time. I only ask that you don't slough venom on him and you know if you need the talk. We're here for you so please take care of yourselves and please take care of each other. I've been h. E. i. vangelis the johnson jordan coburn. Them's the beans. The daily beans is produced by a._g. Featuring lisa johnson and jordan coburn and engineered and edited by mackenzie mozelle and starve industries are marketing manager is thoroughly steiner and our merchandising editor sarah hershberg of valencia fact checking and research by a._g. Lisa johnson and johnson coburn with executive assistance by amanda reader. Our music is written and performed by they might be giants. Science our web design and branding or by joel reader with moxy design studios and our website is daily beans pod dot com..

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"jimmy carter" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

03:23 min | 11 months ago

"jimmy carter" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Getting people together that were once like heralded by donald trump piano and then the them all coming together on a united front unfortunately though clearly that's not gonna make differs offers any of his base because they are saying shit like he could flicking shoots or any of that accent. I mean it could be a general. You know just be like yeah. Yeah i mean they'll my point is all support him no matter what they don't care about all the shitty things he's done. They truly believe that he is worth it yeah and and the difference earns i think between mooch and some other folks that i've been talking to that are former trump supporters is it mood is still a republican. He still wants to take away your abortions. He still wants you know tax cuts for the rich. He's still wants <hes>. I don't know how he feels about l._g._b._t._q. Plus rights but i can't be good and you know i. He's still a republican but when i'm when i'm talking about when i'm talking about what i'm going to talk about next is i'm talking about republicans who have turned into democrats because they've realized that we had enough of the hate. They've realized you know maybe they have a like a gay daughter or maybe you know whatever it is and now they're coming around me and i can't vote against the these are my people and these are my friends ends on. These are the people i love. What am i independent same thing pretty much. No you gotta be democrat. Gotta be okay yeah. Sometimes being on the fence ends is not enough. Maybe steps for them. Baby steps were military. Go one small step for democracy. You know libertarians <hes> unless unless you're voting blue this time and that's what i'm talking about here. I'm talking about people who are willing who voted for trump or used to be trump's supporters it used to be republicans are willing to vote blue in the two thousand twenty election because they just can't stand these policies and they can't deal with it anymore and so i have a parting thought on this i've noticed that when former trump supporters changed parties and they wanna become democrats and vote blue some democrats democrats demonize them and try to drum them out of the party and i wanted to ask you and of course you don't have to listen to me but please stop doing that. We've been begging people to change. That's what activism awesome is we march to get people to change their minds and hearts and when they do we have to give them room to change what you don't have to but i really appreciate it and we need to build bridges not walls and if they're a mole you know if they're in a whole like a trojan horse we can err on the side of kindness. It doesn't really you know i i understand that kindness is harder than hate but i think we're fucked off and i believe in us and the last thing we want is to send these folks who have been conned <hes> and had the courage to admit it back to the polls with hate in their hearts for the democrats and i understand that some of us have been gas lit and abused and <hes> you know so badly and assaulted our you know our our minds of an assaulted so badly that we aren't ready to forgive. Some of us aren't ready to forgiven. That's totally understandable. We all do what we can in our own time. I only ask that you don't slough venom at and you know if you need the talk. We're here for you so please take care of yourselves and please take care of each other. I've been h. e. I've angela johnson. I've been jordan coburn the beans. The daily beans is produced by a._g. Featuring <unk> lisa johnson and jordan coburn engineered and edited by mackenzie mozelle and starnes industries are marketing manager is thoroughly steiner merchandising manager sarah her spur valencia fact doc checking and research by a._g. Julius johnson during coburn with executive assistance by amanda reader our music is written and performed by they might be giants are web design and branding or by joel reader with moxy design studios and our website is daily beans pau dot com..

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"jimmy carter" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

03:50 min | 11 months ago

"jimmy carter" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Patients and their doctors yes so we're calling for the courts to protect title ten. That's what we what we would be doing with. This hashtag be a planned parenthood is the biggest grantee of title ten federal funding using forty one percent of it but trump has said he will not fund planned parenthood or any of the title ten grandees if they refer sub grantee if they refer patients out for abortion care and planned parenthood hood and other defendants have asked for an injunction to allow funding to continue but they have yet <hes> to hear arguments in the case those are due september twenty third until then planned parenthood in the other forty one hundred providers who rely on titled ten funding will either have to comply with the gag order and not refer patients out for abortion care or rely on private donations so please give to planned parenthood post on social social media with the hashtag protect ten. That's a roman numeral ten so protect x. and you can throw in a hashtag. I stand with p. P. for good measure and this is one of those steps. Were talking about <hes> one of those things we look back on and go. There was a flag totally yeah have you because i think one time appeared that i didn't have insurance. I think i was the same thing as family packed. It's like i remember it was like a green card. I feel like it's a california. Thing thinks this is federal. Funding night could be funneled into that. Lambs typically yeah but i think the idea is that like they're cutting off the federal funding for these kinds of things right. If you don't for any clear for any yeah that makes for abortion care referrals yeah which is crazy. It's like you can't even just say hey. I recommend you get it somewhere else. Without getting the funding cut that's you can't refer a an abortion care right which effectively then on principle there like will then know right. We're not going to accept this and we're not accepting any of your money exactly exactly yeah which is really really bold of them because i wouldn't imagine they'd be able to to stay sustained with just private donations even though it helped him maintain for now the idea is that hopefully that ruling ruling will work in their favor and then they'll get the funds back. That's a lot yeah. It's a lot of money they need for basic things right and of course communities that lack education and resources to our older ones set like are in need of abortion services as are all communities but yeah the education deficit is like obviously bigger and socioeconomic. I'm with i'm with them. Because if you can't can't make the decision that you need to make a doctor then you might be violating your do no harm oath and also ethically because remember i think it it was missouri where they had that one final abortion clinic left and they were making them add an unnecessary pelvic exam intrusive appro exam <hes> for no medical the reason and they in order to keep the clinic open because it was the last one in missouri they said all right. We'll do this and and the and after a couple of weeks the doctors were like. I can't do <music> this. It is against ethical practice or you aren't letting me be a doctor. The government is basically trump is basically standing in the room with your feet up on the stirrups and he's telling knowing you. Your doctor is not allowed to say certain things to you kind of socialism when they claim they're against it. It's like they just cherry pick when they want to do it. It's like it's like a police state but they're taking being away funding accept the idea of social social. It's not a greater good so you're talking about bad social kind of <hes>. I mean there's like the the universality of socialism which i think is kind of what you're thinking of. The fact that like something is applied to there's like a blanket get rule. That's the whole group more political one side like social better fascism. Yes definitely more fascism and social. I wouldn't use socialism to describe anything negative. That's fair at this moment mary in cuba where they're completely the wrong kind of socialism talking about our fascists that operate a quote unquote socialist regime basically that's because they're distorting the principles of social exactly so it's a government at this point saying.

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"jimmy carter" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

02:56 min | 11 months ago

"jimmy carter" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Guys. Welcome back just a few more headlines for today in a stunning move. The department of justice filed another amicus macus brief signing with trump over the house financial services and intel committees. If you remember they did this last week in the mazari case filed an amicus brief <hes> which is also so in the appellate court at the moment and d._o._j. Saying they don't think the oversight committee and elijah cummings have specific enough legislative reasons to demand trump's trump's financial records from his accounting firm czars well the d._o._j. Has filed another amicus brief in the dutch bank and capital one case and you remember when we talked about this last week. I'm like haven't done it yet for the deutsche your bank capital one case but you can put your beans on it and here they are the second circuit court of appeals is set to hear arguments in the deutsche bank capital one case on friday over the subpoenas issued by those committees and their investigation into trump his family his businesses and their banking history and whether that includes money laundering or for an influence the d._o._j. Also also argues that these multiple investigations could distract trump from doing his president job callers dirk quote. No i never know these days. That's how i figured they might say little keys distracting him from his president shop do as president job you guys not fill the lower court ruled against trump in this case <hes> the panel is made up of <hes> one jimmy carter in two bushes and that's hilarious uh-huh. That's how i'm going to do the magic that now. I'm going to do the appointments from now on like these three panel judges. We got an obama bush and we got a card. I love i wish jimmy carter could just be permanently lillian -ployed as a judge a pointer amazing so great yeah out there building houses. He's just so fucking reasonable. In-kind is just realistic nick. I guess i'd tyson for being reasonable but like addressing trump head on but also not sounding crazy while saying it's like that's all we need more of although if i could think of the one person that would be the worst opponent against trump currently it would be jimmy carter he can do it would be. He's like <hes> he's nine. Hundred calls all sloth bernie to and i would vote for him. Yeah i'd vote for bernie eight hundred yeah but jimmy carter he doesn't have any fire. He's like a he's like reasonable. Radiates radiates from fire. He's one of those those fireplaces. The amish build with no real. Has those literally going those homes. He's just like the fireplace warm. That's true fireplace. Jimmy carter's throw another log onto jesus. Hang your stockings helping. I remember when we used to throw down on some marshmallows on the jimmy carter. Have some smart okay so yeah. We got to carter's in a bush. No one carter ardor to bush's..

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"jimmy carter" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

03:42 min | 11 months ago

"jimmy carter" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"That's whereas for like a a roe v wade law. There's more gray area or you know these other kinds of civil rights laws and right shit like that. There's more gray the area ravi way be a president or is it the only precedent therefore it's like not a strong. It's been it's upheld. It's been upheld several times in court. Gordon has a history impressive could interpret it differently than these black and white effing law because you know what roe v wade is based on is it it's constitutional and so when you interpret the constitution it gets fuzzier than when you interpret a statute like you will you shall hand over taxes yeah so it just it gets fuzzy the further back you go with all the old white thanks so much as it gets further backing it really does. It's true for me in my life as well. I don't remember the twentieth very much in overtime to. I imagine the lesson is continuously learned that you have to be as specific as possible yeah yeah yeah absolutely yeah but in any case he's going to shell out a shitload of money the and that is shot in freud and guys it may come as no surprise but trump is now backtracking on his fickle sort of support art for expanded background checks after the mouth the multiple mass shootings last week saying but we already have a lot of background checks. That's that's what he said. We already have a lot of back classic trump right yeah he n._r._a. Called him oh yeah of course yeah because he was like we talk about background checks just like the last time we we talk about bump stocks and our i gave them a call and they remember that thirty million dollars bro yeah is like don't be scared of the n._r._a. Trump okay <laughter> dying the week who's their low energy like no no low energy on our very not smart. I wish you take more energy to pull a trigger. That was what we need. Guns that are harder to use really isn't even an older person yeah like they could do it. I think that's a good idea. I still like chris rock's idea of making the bullets cost five thousand dollars when i get paid him papa capital two weeks from now. I love that yeah seriously seriously though it's it's like why would you even be intimidated by a group that truly is dying that is i know. They still have a much more. He's also think he probably relates to the more than anything god i. I don't even know if i could say that. I think he's fucking gonna live forever emboldened. Yeah i mean i think they're both in their death rose. I i hope so but that's you know it's we'll see what happens. I don't know he's going to back off of it like he always does. I just hope that washington shington doesn't back off of it like they have the last one hundred times. This discussion has come up <hes> eighty percent of <hes>. What's the jin the new generation jin. What's the letter jones agency. Yeah heard. Eighty percent of them are voting in the next election if that if that since his take makes any sense or maybe it's the turning eighteen by the time yeah it's definitely will at canvas knwo what they were saying but their main thing is student debt so it could be our generation. It can be confusing the letters but the point is is the millennials eighty percent of millennials. Yeah yeah there you go yeah yeah i. I feel like they would back that kind of thing. They really scared of all kinds of things like that yeah and they and they care more. I feel like they're they're just more into. It and i hope that's the truth to we'll see how the vote turns out guys. We'll we'll be right back. After this quick word with more news today's hashtag missy we'll be. We're a nation of immigrants and it's our diversity that makes us strong the motto of the united states of america's e. pluribus unum which is latin for of many one. We are the great melting pot and that made amy really curious as to where my family came from and how we fit.

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"jimmy carter" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

03:44 min | 11 months ago

"jimmy carter" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Racism. It is nuanced in different from eric gardner's or <hes> but cereal dot cast. There's now now calls for the supreme court to hear that case and there's definitely been mobility within the justice system as a result of that podcast so what you were saying about someone doing a podcast about it. It's like doc. It's crazy that that actually makes such a difference and the f. one hundred percent. They should the public care about it then yeah. That's why i said somebody should do a series right boy royal all this shit put it together do the investigative journalism and that can make a difference because you're right that sudden on ed case then rubio chaudhry was our first guest on muller she she wrote daily beans fun fact for the day trivia and she was part of that and <hes> that you're right it makes journalism makes a difference and i think that ah unfortunately right now with bill bar the head of the department of justice. The weight of justice in this country is now on the shoulders of journalists <hes> more so than it is on the the department of justice so yeah on that note that i saw that where trump is saying the presses. The enemy of the people and someone else said that truth is the enemy of the president. That's pretty much what it is. Yeah it is it is truth. Truth is truth is enemy of trump his enemy of trump by the transit of property of treason next here we go in the wake of the epstein death bar found another fall guy we know he moved the warden outright and he put those two sleepy guards on leave and now he has moved the bureau of prisons chief chief hugh hurwitz and he's replaced him with former prisons director <hes> kathleen sawyer she she she did the job before her wits has been reassigned to direct the re entry program for the bureau will show where he will work with bar to implement the new justice reform bill the first step back so that guy's job interesting. They are just so shorthanded. Everyone's wins an acting something. It's just a shit show yeah. They're just really dedicated and always to people not being in their jail cell anymore. <hes> i guess so unless you deserve to get out because you're another marijuana offense did not mean that seriously strictly on the first step thing in the fact that i've seen is no longer in his jail cell tape set him up. I know it's totally. I appreciate that yeah. We worked it out our guys time for a little schadenfreude shoddy friday as no. I do not know what on on fraud is. Please tell me because i'm dying to know jamming tampa shameful gye so remember when the trump administration lost its court battle trying to put what a racist question on the census in line to the courts and it was to comply with the voting rights act <hes> when what it was really doing disenfranchising voters gerrymandering specifically specifically to assist white republican voters scooby doo episode they pull off the mask. No it was gerrymandering the whole time has would be able to gerrymander few meddling cernan lists but yeah no. This is totally true in real like we're not you know yes. We're a partisan podcasts. The brian williams likes to say just the one time <hes> ah but it is true that they were literally doing this to gerrymander to help white republicans. Those are the words in the study by the republican dude who wrote the study so it's not just me being like these are not beings yeah this is. This is what i think no. That's what it was and anyway buzzfeed reports the this week that the trump administration nation could end up paying nearly fifteen million dollars in legal fees. <hes> federal law gives the challenges the right to demand the losers cover the winners legals bill legal bills an earlier this month the department of justice agreed to pay two point seven million dollars to the a._c._l._u. and others for the case in manhattan and now the winners of the two cases in maryland which is not trump trump. <hes> are asking for seven million four million respectively and the request for one hundred thousand in the california case is going to be paid in september..

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"jimmy carter" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

03:37 min | 11 months ago

"jimmy carter" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"These things called diane's where every week or every two weeks. She and activists would just sit where he died. Inches raise awareness and heart attack. She had a heart attack and died yeah twenty seven years old. It blows my mind. Oh my gosh. There's a lot of crazy part of the story like i just there's a lot i hope they don't stop looking into it even though he's fired. There's still a lot that i think like the guy that filmed it. He's in jail right now. The guy that filmed eric garner do a whole series yeah absolutely on it and i say should do the foia roya get the get the information and find out what communications were within the justice department and both the obama and trump administration's there have been some sort of read and read out briefing into two from one administration to the other there should have been discussions between susan rice and and <hes> the attorney general and obama about what are we going to do with these cases that we thought we were going to be carried on and aren't you know there have been something there and i would really should be able to foil those things i know this is entirely different but the podcast you can do it out to you know we can file for your requests. Ooh any citizen can wow for your friday through the process every week. We just knew foia request. Yeah uh-huh i wanna i wanna nunez's farm request from agile for you but <hes> but i understand that what i'm about to say is an entirely different legal situation in while i believe it definitely contains inherent racism. It is nuanced different from eric gardner or <hes> but cereal the podcast. There's now calls for the supreme court to hear that case. There's definitely been mobility within the justice system as a result of that podcast <hes> so what you you were saying about someone doing a podcast about it. It's like it's crazy that that actually makes such a difference and the f. one hundred percent. They should if the public care about it then yeah yeah. That's why i said somebody should do a series right all this shit put it together do the investigative journalism and that can make a difference because you're right that sudden case then robbie chaudhry was is our first guest on muller she wrote daily beans fun fact for the day trivia and she was part of that and <hes> that you're right it makes it journalism lewisham makes a difference and i think that unfortunately right now with bill bar at the head of the department of justice. The weight of justice in this country is now on the shoulders of journalists lists <hes> more so than it is on the department of justice so yeah i mean on that note that i saw that where trump is saying the press. The enemy of the people and someone else said that truth is the enemy. The president is pretty much. What it is it is it is truth truth. Truth is enemy of trump is trump yeah by the transit of property of treason. Yes all right next here. We go in the wake of the epstein death. <hes> bar found another fall guy we know he moved the warden outright and he put those two sleepy guards on leave and now he has moved the bureau of prisons chief hugh hurwitz and he's replaced him with former prisons director <hes> as kathleen sawyer she. She's she did job before her wits has has been reassigned to direct the re entry program for the bureau will where he will work with bar to implement the new justice reform bill the first act so that's going to be that guy's job interesting interesting. They are just so shorthanded. Everyone's acting something. It's just a shit show yeah. They're just really dedicated and always to people not being in their jail cell anymore. I guess so so unless you deserve to get out because you're another marijuana offense to. I didn't mean that seriously strictly on the first step thing in the fact that i've seen he's no longer in his jail cell doubts totally. I appreciate that yeah. We worked it out our time for little schadenfreude. Do you know schadenfreude..

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"jimmy carter" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

03:18 min | 11 months ago

"jimmy carter" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Legal system because there's not really any justice implied in the majority of cases cases it does make me question though all the times that we hear cops being placed on administrative leave instead of just being fired if in every single scenario it's because they're waiting for the years that it takes for the investigation to finally be done. I think it probably has more to do with their union contracts right and they would get sued yeah. You can't just a police officer. You got to go through their do deal due diligence based on what the union puts in place right yeah but they're about to make that more complicated. I think in california right governor newsom yeah yeah. He's just making a law that says that the meetings have a better reason for using excessive force which i guess isn't exactly firing them but just more consequences yeah they're trying the problem is is that if you lighten up on the <hes> due process fourth amendment rights to each <hes> a police officer or any federal work or any not not the police officer federal but anyone in a job if you lighten up on those then that means they can easily fire you for wrong things and and so that's why it takes so long <hes> is those are protections in place to protect people who deserve the protection. Unfortunately there are people who get that protection that don't deserve that protection but that is you know we might. We want air on the side of protection for people. It doesn't always work out that way <hes> but then you know if you lift those regulations and say you you can fire a cop for whatever you want. They might go out and fire every cop color on the forest because some racist assholes in and decides to do that and there's no protection for for those colleagues. It makes us vulnerable on both sides. I will say that one of the craziest parts of this whole eric garner story is that his twenty seven year old daughter who is fighting for his memory. I guess our the justice for him. She died at twenty seven years from a heart attack after all this went down lake. You know in the last five years after it happened exactly yeah yeah she would you these things called diane's where every week or every two weeks she and activists would just sit where he died in just raise awareness and heart attack. She had a heart attack and died in seven years old. It blows my mind. Oh my gosh there's a lot of crazy parts to the story like i just yeah. There's a lot i hope they don't stop looking into it even though he's fired. There's still so a lot that i think like the guy that filmed it. He's in jail right now. The guy that filmed eric garner whole series absolutely on it and i say you should do the foia. Get the get the information and find out what communications locations were within the justice department and both obama and trump administration's there had been some sort of read and read out briefing to from one administration to the other there there should should have been discussions between susan rice and and <hes> the attorney general and obama about what are we going to do with these cases that we thought were going to be carried on aren't you. I know there had to have been something there and i would really should be able to foyer those things i know. This is entirely different but the podcast you can do that too. You know we can file for your requests. Ooh any citizen can foia friday to go through the process yeah every week. Yeah i wanna i wanna nunez's farm request from sarah jewel but <hes> but i i understand that what i'm about to say is an entirely different legal situation and and while i believe it definitely contains inherent racism..

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"jimmy carter" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

03:13 min | 11 months ago

"jimmy carter" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"N._y._p._d. To not take action on this to to keep him on administrative leave until they concluded their civil rights investigation whether or not this violated civil rights yeah so that's kind of one of the things that was on hold forever. I wonder if the n._y._p._d. N._y._p._d. at that point wouldn't if there if there wasn't that civil rights investigation after the grand jury that was impaneled decided not to indict if they would have just fired cau- yes good point yeah ah. I still don't understand why the grand jury didn't bring charges but i you know we'll never see that. That's grand jury ever see you so i was just gonna say. Obama said he was upset about that. So would he be the one. I followed there. Eric holder who who would be the person that would be at fault for for it being delayed for the civil rights investigation which sounds like a good thing but then like you mentioned could have been part of the the problem. I don't know if obama instructed the department of justice to do a civil rights investigation. It seems like something obama would not do because he was very hands off on the department. <hes> you know despite what trump might tell you that eric holder had obama's back and would do investigations when he said but i really don't know <hes>. I don't know if there's a way to know we we could probably do a foia request. There might have already been a foia request might be something you could research if you wanted to see if they got the documents on the handling of the civil rights investigation under the obama administration yeah 'cause they kinda played out the clock. They're like around the clock his maybe not intentionally but the fact that trump was elected before they even got around to well they were assuming hillary would win an and probably could continue the investigation with whoever the new <hes> yeah attorney general would be that would be anyone knew or if they would have kept lecture holder whoever it was at the time yeah the lists of negatives that came from assuming hillary was going to win is continues to grow throw it on the pile one of those things that got caught up and fell through the cracks cracks because we all assumed hillary would win the election. Yeah definitely <hes> anyway yeah and i. I don't know how long civil rights investigation takes like because they started in twenty twenty fourteen or two thousand fifteen. They didn't even know they had those yeah they. I feel like you should have been able to wrap it up in the air but they didn't wrap up the n._y._p._d. Trial and a year and you know so i i honestly don't know so how long you can expect a civil rights trial to take or civil rights investigation because it's not a trial because they cleared him of criminal charges. The grant or the grand jury did that right well well. I guess we talk on the podcast a lot about how these things take a long time so even unfortunately in these cases. It sounds like they were probably going as fast as they could but it's so sad to five years later that's crazy and what was your quote. Delay justice is justice. Delayed is justice denied yeah see to me. Justice delayed is just how fucking justice works. Unfortunately we're all sitting here like odd dammit come on exactly they're saying they should change it from the justice system to the <hes> the just the legal system because there's not really any justice implied in the majority of cases yeah it does make me question though all the times that we hear cops being placed on administrative leave instead of just being fired if in every single scenario it's because they're waiting for the years that it takes for the investigation to finally be done. I think it probably has more to do with their union. Contracts right then they fired. They would get sued food yeah. You can't just fire a police officer. You have to go through their due. Due diligence based on what the union puts in place right but they're about to make that more complicated..

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"jimmy carter" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

03:05 min | 11 months ago

"jimmy carter" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"I mean it's bittersweet because there's that quote that says justice delayed is justice denied <hes> but also being killed for this kind of thing has already justice lay late and not enough absolutely but also better late than never i still believe that but yeah very bitter sweet yeah and i think one of the problems is that the obama administration administration department of justice had asked the n._y._p._d. To not take action on this to to keep him on administrative leave until they concluded their civil rights <hes> investigation whether or not this violated civil rights yeah so that's kind of one of the things that was on hold forever. I wonder if the n._y._p._d. At that point wouldn't if there if there wasn't that not civil rights investigation after the grand jury that was impaneled decided not to indict if they would have just fired call good point yeah <hes>. I still don't understand why the grand jury sorry didn't bring charges but i you know we'll never see that. That's grand jury ever see you just gonna say. Obama said he was upset about that. So would he be the one. I felt there eric holder who would be the person that would be at fault for being delayed for the civil rights investigation which sounds like a good thing but then like you mentioned could have been part of the problem. I don't know if obama instructed structed the department of justice to do a civil rights investigation. It seems like something obama would do because he was very hands off on the department <hes> e- you know despite what trump might i tell you that eric holder had obama's back and do investigations when he said <hes> but i i really don't know <hes>. I don't know if there's a way to know we could probably do a foia request. There might have already been foia. Requests might be something he could research if you wanted to see if they got the documents on the handling of the civil rights investigation under the obama administration yet because they kinda played out the clock they're like around-the-clock his maybe not intentionally but the fact that trump was elected before they even got around to well they were assuming hillary would win and probably could continue the investigation with whoever the new attorney general would be that would be anyone knew or if they would've kept ensure holder whoever it was at the time yeah the lists of negatives that came from from assuming hillary was going to continue to grow throw it on the pile is one of those things that got caught up fell through the cracks because we all assumed hillary would win the election definitely <hes> anyway. I don't know how long civil rights investigation takes like because they started in two thousand fourteen or two thousand fifteen. I didn't even know they had those yeah. They've i feel like you should have been able to wrap it up in a year but they didn't wrap up the n._y._p._d. Trial in a year and you know so i i honestly don't know how long you can expect a civil rights trial. Take a civil rights investigation because it's not a trial because they cleared him of criminal charges. The grant or the grand jury did that right well. I guess we talk on the podcast a lot about how these things take a long time so even unfortunately in these cases. It sounds like they were probably going as fast as they can but it's so sad to five years later that's crazy and what was your quote. Delay justice is justice. Delayed is justice denied yeah see to me. Justice delayed is just how fucking justice works unfortunately they were all sitting here like god damnit come on exactly they're saying they should change it from the justice system to the <hes> the just the legal.

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"jimmy carter" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

03:50 min | 11 months ago

"jimmy carter" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"<music> hello and welcome to the daily beans for tuesday august august twentieth two thousand nineteen. Today we have trump barrick falling out. The cop who killed eric. Garner is fired bar removes. The bureau of prisons chief trump pays millions in legal fees planned parenthood parenthood withdraws from titled ten and the department of justice sides with trump over the house judiciary. I'm your host a._g. And with me today are julius johnson and jordan coburn. I knew i didn't mean the house judiciary. I met house financial services. <hes> she that immediate correction so there you go directions. No emails necessary think eh. I don't know if anybody would catch that but i did watch yourself. I wanted to make yourself before you wreck yourself before. It was way giddy. Whack yeah yeah welcome to the nineteen nineties jamming on the one. How are you guys. I'm great. I recently played an hour of laser tag again and that was a a lot of self care. Yes it is honestly s._e._c. Laser tag <hes>. I am well. I did some things i i did a i give him a civil facial today for the first time in my life i if you cut your hair to all the blondes gone yes. All the blonde has gone. Yes <hes> <hes> also thank you. I learned very sensitive skin and should not give myself. Facials burned so only eh it burns because you're wicked yeah. It was like if this burns or the tingling sensation is normal. It starts becoming. I'm comfortable. Take it off but that's like out how weird threshold. I don't know what's comfortable and what's i'm comfortable zero to link since asian at all is uncomfortable but then never yeah as as a whole thing anyway i'm doing great. My face was on fire. Still relevant. Damn great face aces up fire who wo- face susan's fine but not only so now leon eric knowles had a great joke about them. He's like why is that guy always sound like he's ripping off. A band. Aid doc arrives ee. It's impressive to make a living off of that but he totally nailed. It does sound like ripping off a band. He doesn't much better impersonation of than i do. So that's pretty good chance brilliant ex marine veteran just all around great communities often think he won the world series of comedy he didn't he did dope all right anyway. New show debt so we might as well jump in with with our hot notes pot notes are it goes a little more serious note. After five long years there was finally decision in the eric garner case in that decision is the n._y._p._d. Has fired the cop who killed eric garner for reference. The incident happened in two thousand fourteen. A grand jury was impaneled and they decided not to indict <hes> the cop and then in the obama justice department said it wanted to do an investigation into whether garner civil rights were violated so they opened up that investigation but they did not come to a decision before the two thousand sixteen election probably assuming hillary was gonna win and they're going to hand this off to clinton but <hes> by july two thousand eighteen after the trump administration hadn't done anything they'd made no determination jenner even at the acknowledge that they were continuing the civil rights investigation the n._y._p._d. Took matters into their own hands and started their own trial and then a little less than a year later they determined and that while garner didn't comply the cop applied an illegal choke hold <hes> and he had reason to know. It was not illegal maneuver so they fired him. <hes> i'm good..

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"jimmy carter" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

02:17 min | 11 months ago

"jimmy carter" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"And now they're coming around me and like i can't can't vote against the these are my people in these are my friends and these are the people i love. What about independence same thing pretty much. No you gotta be democrat gotta be. I don't i don't live r._v. Sometimes being on the fence is not enough. Maybe steps for them. Baby steps romy terry. Go one small step for democracy definitely know libertarians unless he's socially socially independent because unless you're voting blue this time and that's what i'm talking about here. I'm talking about people who are willing voted for trump or used to be trump supporters that used to be republicans that are willing to vote blue in the two thousand twenty election because it just can't stand these policies and they can't deal with it anymore and so i have a parting thought in this i've noticed that when former trump supporters changed parties and they want to become democrats and vote blue some democrats demonize them and try to drum them out of the party and i wanted to ask you and of course you don't have to listen to me but please stop doing that. <hes> we've. I've been begging people to change. That's what activism is we march to get people to change their minds and hearts and when they do we have to give them room to change what you don't have to but i really appreciate it and we need to build bridges not walls and and if they're a mole you know if they're an a-hole like a trojan horse we we can air on the side of kindness. It doesn't really you know i ah i i understand that kind of harder than hate but i think we're fucking tough and i believe in us and the last thing we want is to send these folks who have been conned and had the courage to admit it back to the polls with hate in their hearts for democrats and i understand that some of us have been gasoline and abused and <hes> you know so badly and assaulted take our you know our our minds of an assaulted so badly that we aren't ready to forgive. Some of us aren't ready to forgive and that's totally understandable. We all do what we can in our own time. I only ask that you don't slough venom on him and you know if you need the talk. We're here for you so please take care of yourselves and please take care of each other. I've been h. E. i. vangelis the johnson jordan coburn. Them's the beans. The daily beans is produced by a._g. Featuring lisa johnson and jordan coburn and engineered and edited by mackenzie mozelle and starve industries are marketing manager is thoroughly steiner and our merchandising editor sarah hershberg of valencia fact checking and research by a._g. Lisa johnson and johnson coburn with executive assistance by amanda reader. Our music is written and performed by they might be giants. Science our web design and branding or by joel reader with moxy design studios and our website is daily beans pod dot com..

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"jimmy carter" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

03:19 min | 11 months ago

"jimmy carter" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"Also argues that these multiple investigations could distract trump from doing his job. Okay how many callers out of quote no. They'll never know these days. That's how i figured they might say right little keys distracting him from his president xiao. How do as president job. You guys not fell. <hes> the lower court ruled against trump in this case <hes> the panel is made up of <hes> one jimmy carter into bushes and that's hilarious. That's that's how i'm gonna do. I'm gonna imagine that the appointments from now on like these three panel judges we got an obama. We got a bush and we got a card card. I love that. I wish jimmy carter could just be permanently employed as a judge. A pointer amazing so great is out there building houses. He's just so fucking reasonable in unkind he just realistic tyson being reasonable but like addressing trump head on but also not sounding crazy while saying it. It's like that's what we need more of yeah. Although if i could think think of the one person that would be the worst opponent against trump. Currently it would be jimmy carter because he's like he's nine hundred in the slow wanna be. There isn't bernie all too and i would vote for him. Yeah i'd beaufort eight hundred yeah but jimmy carter. He doesn't have any fire. He's like he's like. The reasonable radiates from fire which is nice. He's one of those fireplaces. The amish build with no real yeah literally going right home. He's just like the fireplace making me warm yeah. That's true fireplace jimmy carter jimmy throw another log on the doc doc. It's no problem. I remember when we used to throw down on some marshmallows on the jimmy carter. Have some smart okay so yeah. We got to carter's in a bush <hes> no one card or to bush yeah. That's the panel. That's the three the three judge panel. That's going to hear this. Of course they're going to decide. They're going to rule with the lower court. I i one hundred percent on this. I i mean i don't i don't i don't have any inside information. I just know the law is so black and white like we were talking about earlier and i ah i think trump will appeal it. He'll want here have it reheard and bonk in front of the whole nine panel and then when they say no you're crazy. He'll probably petitioned. The supreme court does precourt as they were not listening listening to this <hes>. I don't think they'll hear it. They'll kick it back down and the n. Bonk circuit court second circuit court panel all decision will hold all right which kicks it back down to the district judge which is no trump loses like that so that's my beans two ninety three guys all right all right guys time to get social ashed rush to all right so today we have a hashtag i stand with p. P. and hashtag pro protect ten or it's actually x. Because it's roman roman numeral ten because monday the trump administration forced planned parenthood out of title ten deliberately obstruction and obstructing low income people's access to basic health services and interfering in medical local decisions made by patients.

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"jimmy carter" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

04:15 min | 11 months ago

"jimmy carter" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"Guys. Welcome back just a few more headlines for today in a stunning move. The department of justice filed another amicus brief signing with trump over the house financial services an intel committees. If you remember they did this last week in the mazari's case filed on an amicus brief which is also in the appellate court at the moment and the d._o._j. Saying they don't think the oversight committee and elijah cummings have specific enough legislative live reasons to demand trump's financial records from his accounting firm czars yeah well the d._o._j. Has filed another amicus brief in the deutsche bank in capital one case and you'll remember when we talked about this last week. I'm like they haven't done it yet. For the deutsche bank capital one case but you can put your beans on it and here they are the second circuit court of appeals is set to hear arguments in the deutsche bank capital one case on friday <hes> over the subpoenas issued by those committees and their investigation into trump his family his businesses and their banking history and whether that include money laundering during our foreign influence the d._o._j. Also argues that these multiple investigations could distract trump from doing his job. Okay how many callers out of quote no. They'll never know these days. That's how i figured they might say right little keys distracting him from his president xiao. How do as president job. You guys not fell. <hes> the lower court ruled against trump in this case <hes> the panel is made up of <hes> one jimmy carter into bushes and that's hilarious. That's that's how i'm gonna do. I mean it's getting i imagine that the appointments from now on like these three panel judges we got an obama. We gotta bush and we got a card card. I love that. I wish jimmy carter could be permanently employed as a judge. A pointer amazing so great is out there building houses. He's just so fucking reasonable in in kind he just realistic tyson being reasonable but like addressing trump head on but also not sounding crazy while saying it. It's like that's what we need more of yeah. Although if i could think think of the one person that would be the worst opponent against trump. Currently it would be jimmy carter because he's like he's nine hundred in the slow wanna be there but isn't bernie all too and i would vote for him. Yeah i'd vote for bernie eight hundred yeah but jimmy carter he doesn't have any fire. He's like he's like. The reasonable radiates from fire which is nice. He's one of those fireplaces. The amish build with no real yeah literally going right home. He's just like the fireplace making me warm yeah. That's true fireplace jimmy carter jimmy throw another log on the doc. Hang your stockings no problem. I remember when we used to throw down on some marshmallows on the jimmy carter. Have some smart okay so yeah. We got to carter's in a bush <hes> no one card or to bush. That's the panel. That's the three the three judge panel. That's going to hear this. Of course they're going to decide. They're going to rule with the lower court. I i one hundred percent on this. I i mean i don't i don't i don't have any inside information. I just know the law is so black and white like we were talking about earlier and i ah i think trump will appeal it. He'll want here have it reheard and bank in front of the whole nine panel and then when they say no you're crazy. He'll probably petitioned. The supreme court does precourt as they were not listening listening to this <hes>. I don't think they'll hear it. They'll kick it back down and the n. Bonk circuit court second circuit court panel all decision will hold all right which kicks it back down to the district judge which is no trump loses like that so that's my beans two ninety s where you guys all right all right guys time to get social ashed rush to all right so today we have a hashtag i stand with p. P. and hashtag pro protect ten or it's actually x. Because it's roman roman numeral ten because monday the trump administration forced planned parenthood out of title ten deliberately obstruction and obstructing low income people's access to basic health services and interfering in medical local decisions made by patients.

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"jimmy carter" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

02:51 min | 11 months ago

"jimmy carter" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Filed another amicus macus brief signing with trump over the house financial services and intel committees. If you remember they did this last week in the mazari case filed an amicus brief <hes> which is also so in the appellate court at the moment and d._o._j. Saying they don't think the oversight committee and elijah cummings have specific enough legislative reasons to demand trump's trump's financial records from his accounting firm czars well the d._o._j. Has filed another amicus brief in the dutch bank and capital one case and you remember when we talked about this last week. I'm like haven't done it yet for the deutsche your bank capital one case but you can put your beans on it and here they are the second circuit court of appeals is set to hear arguments in the deutsche bank capital one case on friday <hes> over the subpoenas issued by those committees and their investigation into trump his family his businesses and their banking history and whether that includes money laundering or for an influence the d._o._j. Also also argues that these multiple investigations could distract trump from doing his president job callers out of dirk quote. No i never know these days. That's how i figured they might say little keys distracting him from his president shop do as president job you guys not fill the lower court ruled against trump in this case <hes> the panel is made up of <hes> one jimmy carter in two bushes and that's hilarious uh-huh. That's how i'm going to do the magic that now. I'm going to do the appointments from now on like these three panel judges. We got an obama bush and we got a card. I love i wish jimmy carter could just be permanently million employed as a judge a pointer amazing so great yeah out there building houses. He's just so fucking reasonable. In-kind is just realistic nick. I guess i'd tyson for being reasonable but like addressing trump head on but also not sounding crazy while saying it's like that's all we need more of although if i could think of the one person that would be the worst opponent against trump currently it would be jimmy carter he can do it would be. He's like <hes> he's nine. Hundred calls all sloth bernie to and i would vote for him. Yeah i'd vote for bernie eight hundred yeah but jimmy carter he doesn't have any fire. He's like a he's like reasonable radiates idiots from fire. He's one of those those fireplaces. The amish build with no real. Has those literally going those homes. He's just like the fireplace warm. That's true fireplace. Jimmy carter jimmy carter. Throw another log onto jesus. Hang your stockings helping. I remember when we used to throw down on some marshmallows on the jimmy carter. Have some smart okay so yeah. We got to carter's in a bush. No one carter ardor to bush's..

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"jimmy carter" Discussed on Mohr Stories With Jay Mohr

Mohr Stories With Jay Mohr

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"jimmy carter" Discussed on Mohr Stories With Jay Mohr

"Well no fear to me saying that these people know i've suck cash for level were city the baseline like we get actual anniversary players and i go i mean i'm not be like an asshole right and he goes well that's all you why you're well i went while considering my first game i ever saw playoff game before literally sat in the top and now i'm sitting on the floor at he wants to move the cities to jimmy carter left the guys better totes fought this up with the money back money line guy we went from second row too i road acting like bob uber let's go watch the show scorpion monday's at ten on lovely lady iran musburger dont'a dino is just for the alltime good guys your favorite mob it is how you like you to cookie monster by he's man pressured you one you know dealers nasa so you tell your mind to have one great put your name on it aw.

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