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Former U.S. Marine sentenced to 9 years in Russian prison for assaulting police officer
"Former U. S. Marine has been jailed in Russia amid concerns that the Americans may have been targeted as political hostages. ABC is Moscow reporter Patrick Drivel has more in Moscow court sentenced 29 year old Trevor Reid to nine years in a Russian prison. US officials and reads family have condemned the verdict, saying the charges he assaulted police officers are fabricated. The U. S ambassador to Moscow John Sullivan, afterwards called reads, jailing absurd
Justices rule LGBT people protected from job discrimination
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American convicted of spying in Russia, gets 16 years
"China a Russian has recorded court forty has convicted nine new in American coronavirus corporate cases security executive as of the capital of spying Beijing and sentenced reinstates him to sixteen measures years to in contain prison a resurgence Paul Wieland has insisted of the new cases he was whether set the thirty up after over being arrested in Beijing eighteen traced months ago to while a wholesale attending market a friend's wedding that supplies and Russia much of the city's US meat and ambassador vegetables John Sullivan the rise says China's Moscow highest had in no two evidence months while this convicting prompted wheeling Beijing in to a secret suspend the trial result of I've some described classes these proceedings and reverse as a mockery the relaxation of justice and of some today just social confirm isolation and says measures we Linz eleven treatment residential in jail compounds is appalling enabling the market David under Wieland scrutiny says have there been are put coronavirus on lockdown infections ten of in the the Moscow other cases prison where have his been pulled twin brother from outside recently the country had an emergency and three hernia from operation the province just which outside is Beijing never a good sign I'm so Charles hopefully his the recuperation last month has been going all right he's hoping the trump administration will seek a political solution with Moscow which is refusing to say whether we'll end might be freed in exchange for Russians in US custody sabar make ani Washington
American convicted of spying in Russia, gets 16 years
"A Russian court has convicted in American corporate security executive of spying and sentenced him to sixteen years in prison Paul Wieland has insisted he was set up after being arrested eighteen months ago while attending a friend's wedding and Russia US ambassador John Sullivan says Moscow had no evidence while convicting wheeling in a secret trial I've described these proceedings as a mockery of justice and today just confirm and says we Linz treatment in jail is appalling David Wieland says there are coronavirus infections in the Moscow prison where his twin brother recently had an emergency hernia operation which is never a good sign so hopefully his recuperation has been going all right he's hoping the trump administration will seek a political solution with Moscow which is refusing to say whether we'll end might be freed in exchange for Russians in US custody sabar make ani Washington
American Paul Whelan convicted of espionage in Russia and sentenced to 16 years in prison
"Morning today a court in Moscow sentenced Paul Whelan to sixteen years in prison Whelan is a former US marine was arrested a year and a half ago Russia accused him of espionage although his family thinks he is a hostage Whelan's lawyer says her client has been told he will be part of a prisoner swap for a Russian national held in the U. S. NPR's Lucian Kim reports from Moscow the FSB Russia's federal security service arrested Paul Wieland in a Moscow hotel in late December twenty eighteen the FSB accuses the fifty year old receiving state secrets on a flash drive that's almost all we know about Williams case since it's classified as top secret and the trial is taking place behind closed doors for Willans family months of waiting are finally over I'm thrilled at the trials commitment that's David Wieland Paul's twin brother who lives in Canada he believes the conclusion of the trial will lead to his brother's release I think Paul is being held hostage until they can somehow extort either people or property back from the United States Wheelan who served in Iraq was the head of security for a U. S. auto parts manufacturer he frequently visited Russia as a tourist and says he was in Moscow for a friend's wedding when he was arrested he spent more than a year in pre trial detention his brother David says the only link to the family was a single phone call and letters that took months to arrive Paul Williams time in jail has also been complicated by health problems they wouldn't even let him speak to an English speaking doctor because they thought that the English speaking doctor would also be a spy and might to exchange information with ball which is why he didn't get medical care until his hernia finally strangulated and he added urgency will instantly maintains he was entrapped it's a classic case of cold blooded provocation that's all the Karlova a member of wheeling's defense team she says the government's case is flimsy I can't accepting you end the insinuation circumstantial Trea CSA rambling conjecture you cannot describes offense to any person basing on such kind of evidence you obliged to prove every statement in his indictment the secrecy of the case I mean she can't go into any detail that's also frustrated US ambassador John Sullivan who made a video statement during the trial there's been talk of evidence allusion to evidence and evil allusions to discussion of evidence where is the evidence itself hearings are taking place behind closed doors in secrecy Solomon complained American diplomats have had limited access to wheeling even this small piece of humanity is denied him even our attempt to deliver masks gloves and sanitizer items to protect him from covert nineteen was
Russian Court Sentences Paul Whelan, an American, to 16 Years on Spy Charges
"An American citizen accused of espionage in Russia sentenced to prison there today American pull Leland sentenced to sixteen years in prison by a court in Moscow after being convicted on charges of espionage the retired marine was arrested a year and a half ago he's always insisted he was set up outside the courts the U. S. ambassador to Russia John Sullivan said no evidence was presented at the trial and disappointed press one H. just pull Leland's brother calling the verdict political and saying lawyers will appeal in London sign in now in
Climate campaigners win London airport expansion case.
"Plans for a third runway at London. Heathrow airport have been thrown into doubt after a court ruling. The government's decision to allow the expansion was unlawful because it did not take climate commitments into accounts the court of Appeal said he throws said it would challenge the decision but the government said it would not appeal. The case was brought by environmental groups councils and the mayor of London Friends of the Earth one of the environmental groups that brought the case said the ruling was an absolutely groundbreaking result. Climate Justice will rundle head of legal. The campaign group said this judgment has exciting wider implications for keeping climate change at the heart of old planning decisions. It's time for developers and public authorities to be held to account when it comes to the climate impact of their damaging. Developments Greenpeace said. The government needed to permanently ground. Heathrow's expansion plans the UK's executive director. John Sullivan said the third runway is already on its knees over costs noise air pollution habitat loss and lack of access. Now Heathrow has yet another impossibly high hurdle to clear. Mp's voted overwhelmingly to support Heathrow expansion in two thousand eighteen. With Boris Johnson conveniently out of the country at the time before he became prime minister as Mayor of London. Mister Johnson pledged to lie down in front of those bulldozers and stop the construction of that third runway at Heathrow
"john sullivan" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Why would he do that John Sullivan hi we don't have a good answer but there's a lot of speculation that whatever the Brits did to assist the FBI or the CI a earlier in Russia gave the Obama administration's request for assistance that would be bad listen Britain doesn't do anything unless we ask him to do it particular involves our citizens but it may have been something as a preemptive move to protect the prime minister whatever with the new relationship which I remember I reported that Congress has some intelligence that the week before Donald Trump took office two of the top US security officials in amber the Great Britain set and letters to Mike Flynn and his deputy suggesting there you might find out about some things here and whatever it is no we didn't do it on our own sort of a preemptive strike as a kind of figured out the present would find out what happened but we never got a good answer and it and let me just that sure we also have the knowledge that my garages with Iraq the ad will run to the side of the NSA went to the president elect Donald Trump initialize power without the permission of the president without the informing Obama administration to inform clearly to inform president elect trump that something was happening he was being targeted and within twenty four hours Donald Trump decamped left trump tower to better route your operations to bed been stamp that's right because there was a fission and and I've talked to a number of sources who have sources in MI six US sources in London involved in the intelligence community I can tell you what they've told me they have said that the British were shaking in their boots they were terrified terrified when president trump was elected that all of the sudden they would be responsible with our special relationship with the United States for spying on up on president trump one of president elect unthinkable thinkable let's listen to a description of well it's run run running this is John Brennan the just earlier this year describing the current incumbent of the White House cut five I think Tom has been reaching.
Senate confirms new Trump ambassador to Russia
"The United States has a new ambassador to Russia after the Senate voted to confirm the number two official at the state department to the post deputy secretary of state John Sullivan was confirmed on a seventy to twenty
US Still In Open Skies Treaty, Needs Evidence To Support Exit
"The open skies treaty basically says to Russia you show me yours and I'll show you mine for the past seventeen years that treaty has left Washington and Moscow take aerial photos openly of one another's military installations nearly all the NATO allies take part in the treaty as does Ukraine but there are increasing signs that the trump administration is ready to close the American skies and bail out of this treaty and yours David welna has the story it was president Dwight Eisenhower who first proposed the US and the Soviet Union fly over each other's territory and exchange their photos the first President Bush revive that idea after the Soviet Union collapsed and it was early in his son's administration one such flights actually began under the open skies treaty its proponents say that even in the age of satellites the treaty offers distinct advantages and gives you access to things that even if you have a satellite network you might not be able to see the old girl liquor she directs the your program at the international crisis group in Brussels via Skype she says it's not just that surveillance planes can fly below clouds blocking the view of satellites they also help prevent dangerous miscalculations or wait for the parties to be on the same page about who has watched where on Wednesday the Senate Armed Services Committee held a confirmation hearing for deputy secretary of state John Sullivan nominee for the empty ambassadors post in Moscow Massachusetts Democrat ed Markey press Sullivan about signs the U. S. may be pulling the plug on the open skies treaty I have received information that before John Bolton resign president trump may have made a decision to exit the open skies treaty Sullivan neither confirmed nor denied reports trump had signed a document stating his intent to withdraw from the treaty I inquired as to whether we had withdrawn from the treaty and was assured we had not if the US were to pull out of the treaty Solomon added there would need to be substantial evidence to support the national security interests for withdrawal from that treaty that would be a mistake it's really hard to see what we can with Dr we actually conduct many more flights of the Russian in Russia conducts of the United States Stephen Piper is a former US ambassador to Ukraine he says the US has conducted nearly three times more surveillance flights over Russia and Russia has over the US Washington has done similar flights over Ukraine it's a good way to monitor what Russian and Russian proxy forces are doing in eastern Ukraine and and that's a good way to peace order and my guess is the Ukrainians would be unhappy abusing that still opponents say Russia has repeatedly denied American overflights of key military installations one such critic is Arkansas Republican senator Tom cotton perhaps rather than calling this the open skies treaty maybe it should be called the open skies over America and the clothes guys over Russia treaty cotton was speaking at a recent confirmation hearing for admiral Charles Richard nominated to head the US strategic command notably Richard defended the treaty we do derive some benefit from it vertically with our allies we would need to make the appropriate resource and operational command must utilize the full provisions of the treaty if we were to remain that's because Moscow has modernized its surveillance planes but all occur says the US has not yet the United States is it needs to modernize our place that aircraft if it doesn't then it really just talking is getting any value from the treaty not because the treaty has no value because America's airplanes don't work pulling out of the open skies treaty would require six months notice and that hasn't happened not yet
"john sullivan" Discussed on Untangle
"And we sometimes don't know the bring rarely makes an error, but it doesn't mean quick to conscious to know why, but the visual systems are also online for learning and overlook them sometimes. And so, yes, I will do traditional visualization, you may have someone choosing error our skill trying to improve or use it for most. No management to visualizing scenario, which they want to be calm. Obviously. They're visualizing it at a time, where it's quiet. And they are calm. Resume simulation happening on their, yes, you can do it where. You're having individuals visualize mistakes, and then being able to adapt to them in respond to them in a way that may be adapted or creative, but they're responding and becomes a tactical thing that they can do a lot of times, people will go through trauma. And people are familiar, they will have images that will come up getting emotions will come up. They may be triggered or they'll just notice in its because again, we're loaded with software over time. And if it's a small big T, we can have an emotional reaction to it. We can use video or imagery to work that person through by okay? Picture the situation when you become uncomfortable. Pause and now get calm, this is done in a clinical setting. You're measuring things. You're letting them know that they have the management how they have it. But it is a way to work with emotional responses there about survival because the brain is looking for an answer. When you have these emotions, it's just a signal would, if we don't give it a times than it continues pathway of being the default response giving for sport when athletes get injured. It's the dark side of sport. And they're often given information. Sometimes I feel like I know everything I need to know. Sometimes I feel like I know what need to know about three ability process houses surgery was a pathology when a surgeon was in there. What did everything was better than expected was worse than he or she expected? And then the other pieces, though, even begin timelines on, once they're in rehab with fiscal therapist, or with enough Ota trainer, but emotion runs the show the last thing recovers emotion. You've just been through survival situation. We've reams of research about how it's important use some of these topics like imagery, to regulate the person because if you send them back to sport. And they don't feel comfortable. The likelihood of reentry is. Very high because they're not moving the say they're not interpreting the information, the same because they are in survival mode. So injury can be used for injuring purposes in the same way that our technology is getting better with Keith. GST trauma, is an appropriate response to situations in which me are having survival responses, it's appropriate because it's the rival, however, most will know that term, and we're getting better with their technology pricey. This is a piece in it. And then you add some technology about understanding neuro feedback in responses from the brain in physiology periphery, it is getting better the other way. I'll do it is videos used a lot. I'll do this with surgeons through this with pilots will do the military do without late. So we'll have a training sequence or competition. Sequencer surgery secrets practicing up in with, you know, in a laboratory varmint or in a simulation violence for pilots in. We'll get a snippet of that video. Oh, that they did really, really well with, and we'll loop it, and then we'll add music because music pushes blood flow to the brain. So we're getting blood flow to the brain and a sequence in which they're watching where learning and we do learn by watching and said, we're getting an enhanced opportunity with narrow chemicals and electrical responses through the systematic parts of the brain. Where learning's were more apt to protein since for memory in Cody men? They're watching good portions of the performance. What we know about that from cat scans studies that, that brain actually lights up in an ideal or a good learning sequence for mistakes..
"john sullivan" Discussed on Untangle
"Everything can be poison but it's always been harder evolution for how large our brain is, is due to exercise. And so if we were made to move, and we don't it has a significant impact on the health of the brain. But then every other system alone, and we can see that by some of the major issues we have in our culture, with obesity, with heart disease, diabetes, so on and so forth, all of these, you can draw back to components of brain health, but exercise is medicine. What is the sort of the optimal amount of movement me need to keep our brains functioning, properly grit question. If we go back to the model which we talk about in the book, and certainly is a science is not everyone's synergy or their process is gonna look the same with cannot forget human variation. However, there are some standards in ranges look presents great question by find as a scientist ever ago. Your voiding the question. No, science is what we do. So we don't make fools of ourselves in being foolish is to say, there's one-size-fits-all gain human variation. That is not the context matters. The answer should be depends, and that's why answers are offering in ranges. But if you really want to know the answer yourself, you get some testing, and you can actually understand this for you from your perspective, your starting point your history, these types of things your time that you have. But the ranges typically that people talk about are coming from statistics from large population sets like the National Institute of health and they're looking at. Hey, we need it least that used to be the standard. Thirty minutes, cardiovascular drives blood, so dries neuro growth. Drives vitamins and minerals to the brain or no transmits, creates efficiency. So if there's a starting point with exercise it's cardiovascular exercise. Minutes. They brought it down to twenty. Is it because we've seen in effective change with twenty and there's IPE research? We talk about in the book however tire intensity, you can get a similar impact by seven minutes, but increasing intensity looking at two days a week for that for twenty to thirty minutes of cardio looking at three days a week. And so it's starting there and certainly has an exercise program grows than you're looking at the complexity of timing, and dosing, properly to get the, the right stimulation and then Rask because that's all exercises stimulation but with rast is when all the gross comes. So it's not asking a lot, however feels like a lot because there's a crushing culture about time in also not really kind of looking at overall health. Why is rest and recovery so important for elite athletes? I think it's just important general. In the United States in any countries who are westernized for some of the worst. We're the worst whatever form of arrests or recover, you look at primarily number one performance enhancers sleep is to get there is generally in epidemic. When you have cultures like Japan having term for it co karoshi, meaning working to death. We haven't democ but I can answer your question. I think it's again it's to the Gry everyone needs it. But why when we look at it lead athletes?.
"john sullivan" Discussed on Untangle
"Driving's favorite conflicts, as why have I work at good caution clinic with rehabilitation, we have to assess his, not only this person can return to sport if they're athlete or return to learn or return to work, Henly returned to drive ensued, that experience of driving, not getting somewhere, not having a sense of conscience sentiment, because it's all emotional, I see in do thinking, only goes into it when it needs to come online. Yet often we don't consider that what we're teaching. I think that it's about pattern recognition. Much more about emotion. And then also, we don't even think about that interesting dynamic. I just Joe somewhere. I have no idea there in the same thing sport. When we talk about the Zell, it's a very high efficiency state on the brain. I just see in do always find this interesting, like, post amazing performances journalists will ask athletes. So how did you do that? And there's a tell on this, you can see. There is go up into the left. So they're creating a story because they have no memory of it. It's about seeing in doing it, so automated so fast. They're creating a story, but that's not accurate. It's about seeing do when it happens. Fast is sometimes doesn't come back to the athlete for a while. If at all sometimes that's why the zone is considering altered state of consciousness, because it's so officiant. So how memory stores are used at a motion reactions. And then Coug mission, very, very efficient into those tooth, really describe that sequence. Absolutely. I mean you talk about the brains playing such a dominant role in determining how we perform every day. So I'm curious on before we get into sort of the seven top areas. How do you get into that sort of high efficiency state that you're calling the zone because it sounds like that's where we're performing at our peak. The area of research is certainly been around for significant amount of time. I think we're just starting to scratch the surface where we look at psychology. There is a special area that looks at sycophancy in neuro psychology, which is bridging other brain scientists, like neuroscience, like we all work together, raise complex, everything. That's complex takes a team of multidisciplinary from jn. No one's got the answer. We're gonna work together in when we look at flow. We've defined it in psychology, however, psychology is not the in-state is the start of the journey airline process delves into what's happening in the neurology. What's. Happening in the psycho physiology, how a motion combines with our central nervous system in communicates to a periphery you know, our muscles how we move how we gauge we use energy. And then to the neuro physiology into flow were starting to look at it from that standpoint, but there is inability to answer the question to some degree now. So if we're going to be in a flow state, we have to focus on the details. The lower central nervous system to be most resilient and most vital in there's some of the smallest things that allow us to be resilient not tough and not gritty was not valid forms of science against psychologist. Tell you mental toughness and grit are not legitimate sites because they do not begin to describe that the brain is the most fiscal survival system in the known universe in that we do have points in which almost can gain narrow resiliency and we do. All have points where we can overshoot in the brain goes into survival mode, and has come back to rescue cover is the answer. The question is putting a process together. It's individually based, can we forget that we make that mistake that Darwin's been correct alone? We make the mistake in medicine education. His sport that really is based down to the individual that we look at daily habits that enhance a person's readiness to remain resilient and resilience in a simple way neurological resiliency is that you have the energy in the brain is ready, and all the other eleven systems are ready to take on the demands for the be learning whether it be that I'm going to workout or a competition in that you had the energy in the capacity to understand the patterns in alertness to really act on those things, which leads to adaption. So we think about, it's really assistant Matic process of daily things give it even. For example. So if you are under seven hours of sleep are neuro resilience has gone..
"john sullivan" Discussed on Untangle
"Some of it was culture somewhere was stimulation of it was movement exercise. And so the grain grew and then part of that was we grew these capacities to have internal dialogue, and then internal dialogue seems to be a nother survival mechanism that we have this self talk Apass ity to assist us. Survival systems with decision making, but we really don't know consciousnesses, but it's thrown around, like we do in. It's also to run around in the sense that we've could bladed the idea that human consciousness or cognition is a direct driver of health, actually indirect, and we're the brain were speaking about the Oregon. And we're speaking about the three pounds of neural bundle of white matter gray matter, that's between our ears, and that is to do with it, actually is commanding control center of eleven other systems in our body, and the brain is often ignored, but that really teaches us where our health and human performance comes from. And even that, when we talk about the rain, it, sometimes devalued in the sense that we focus on the top of the brain, the wrinkly part, the Neo cortex that has a lot of the higher functions. Yet, were top down system brain. Runs eleven other systems but with a brain it's a bottom up emotions come first. So there's these interesting pieces that we don't talk about. We should be talking about lower some of the more, we should be explaining that might and brain are two different things and getting out into the world package truth of how all of us have access to our brain and access to keep it healthy and enhance it human performance was in. We're the mind comes in, but it actually doesn't come in the same way we've been taught we talk about the brain bursts, the mind. And he talked about the brain being miss Oregon, and this brain, having all these connections, the brain controls the mind, are you saying that there are other factors that are unexplainable in the mind that equals more are human consciousness. It sounds to me like we understand the brain a lot more than we understand the mind in the way that you're describing to. Degree. Yes. But we do know the origin and some of the latest studies have shown that I mean, it's an origin of a brain structure multiple brain structures or multiple brain circuits. So it comes out of the brain in so human consciousness is in artifact, if you think about human consciousness, most people think about what I say. Our defense, mechanisms are survival mechanisms in most people who know fighter flight. We actually have a third which would be shut down on, that's gut related gut brain access related what we can also look at human consciences as one of those areas in which we interpret information, internally, and externally. And so it is also one of those things that helps us navigate the world, but it comes from circuits in the brain, it is not stepford. It is an origin piece of brain structures. But it is triggered is simulated by information. We take in motion. In visually. Give us a quick tutorial on the brain. Like from complete layman's perspective, 'cause you talk about it being bottom up, which means maybe it starts with the Vegas nerve, or the limbic system. Can you give us a little bit of a tutorial on that is certainly is context dependent? So it's a great question. But it's very context dependent upon highway that information coming in, because the brain does two things one, it's predictive in two it's taking permission from or context environment in but it's also running simulations in the backroom. And so we don't have access to a lot of the work that's being done in the background were processing millions of its information in the background Sunday gets pushed or consciousness again, using that information for survival. Everything comes down to survival, her brain is wired for survival better than its while you're tales. And so we're running simulations 'cause our bring load saw..
"john sullivan" Discussed on Untangle
"Now here's John. John. It's great to have you on tangled today. Thank you so much for being here to be here. Thank you for the invite look of four. So you wrote this amazing book and I loved reading it, and I wanted to I understand, like, what was your motivation to write the book? Chris parker. Mike Hawthorne, I his at Nottingham Trent university in the UK. It really started out of conversation that he really wanted to understand what I do. And it can clear that a lot of what we're talking about is information, all of us should have don't learn much about the brains, and we're technically all at a disadvantage health wise, as well as human performance. If you don't have brain health, you don't have health. If you don't understand how to manage brain than our performance suffers. Whether you're talking about an elite athlete, or any less, who are asked to be performers in any given day in our work life. And in our gauge with arsenic and others in our family into really came out of this congress. Station that we got to bridge that gap of a how much we know about the brain. We don't know everything. But we know quite a bit. I think you see even set in the book, we still know, so little about the brain, and I'm curious like, why is it that with so many advances in science and neuro science? Why do we still know so little about our brains? And why are there so many myths about our brains? We'll start with a second half year question. Okay. Heard of what drives? No again, if we think about the brain is the most complex system in the known universe. We know less about it as opposed of we look at another system in body like or heart, or, you know, no muscular system or other system in that compares, absolute yes, I think the myth drive that bit. Unfortunately, myths drive at fillings, are process about how we said organizations how we address are learning. It's easy to look past the brain one, it's very good. At what it does. We. Can ignore it to some degree in so that puts us in rear view on view? However, we've gained quite a bit ineligible you in the last two decades, particularly in the last of ministration United States, and as well as in European Union, they've driven projects to map the brain or similar to the genome in. We're learn quite a bit from that. And there's so many myths that stop us from leaning into it. I'll give you one people use the word brain and mind, interchangeably dramatically different. And so when you are using language, that's not interchangeable it stops us from exploring things because we might assume the same it might assume were already exploring it in. So I think it's a collection of things many factors. Well, why don't you talk a little bit since we're here about the difference between the brain and our minds? I'll start with the mind because I think that's the one. It is used interchangeably, and it's the one we hear more about in will hear in reference to mental aspects to be just quite clear is the fertile area studied. But we don't know what human consciousnesses. So when we referred to the mind, and we firm to mental aspects that's human conscious. I said cell Faulk we have we don't know what that is. We have researched groups around the world looking at it in are willing closer. Yes. But this is what we know today. Meaning we had the capacity as the brain Volve, so brain grew many factors again there, too. You know, some of it was interesting..
NBA Draft 2019: Latest 1st-Round Order, Predictions
"And ladies and gentlemen, we have a new mock draft out Mel kiper Jr's three point. Oh is here with us. And we are looking forward to the draft. Mel will join us in just about an hour to talk about the new mock draft. But there have been some changes in the draft specifically one less quarterback. Now going in the first round then in mel's two point oh mock draft. So we have four in the two point oh mock draft with Daniel Jones from Duke rounding out of the last pick of the draft to the patriots in the first round of thirty two. There are only three quarterbacks now in the first round, according to mel's latest mock. And obviously a retirement might be a big reason why and the quarterbacks have changed as well. Right. As far as where they're they're going. Well, Cuyler he still has Tyler going number one derozan. Well in his last draft Cuyler going number thirteen to the dolphins. So now and this draft he hasn't going number one. He had. Dwayne Haskins going number six at a giant Kyle Murray. Going number thirteen to the to the dolphins. Drew lock going fifteen to the Redskins and Daniel Jones going thirty two to the patriots. So as you mentioned Daniel Jones now out of the first round, according to the latest mock draft by Mel kiper, just three quarterbacks Murray number one. The main says Dwayne Haskins at number six, and you start to hear reports that the giants may go defense was six and then was seventeen go quarterback. But right now twain Haskins at six and then drew lock sitting there at number thirteen for the dolphins. Does the only three quarterbacks in this latest first round. Yeah. Going to be very interesting because we know what the giants listen one thing. Dave Gettleman has made very clear he does not feel beholden to tell us his plan. And so I don't feel overly beholden to believe. A lot of what we're hearing coming out of the giants can't because if you've got a guy who's basic messages trust me, I got this. Well, then we understand he doesn't feel like he has to tell us the truth. So as we hear these things. Coming out. We also understand this time of year is about deception to an extent it's trying to manipulate the draft order trying to manipulate the opinions of certain players. So that you can try and put yourself in the best position to get the guys you ultimately want. So it makes it difficult to try and read the tea leaves it is although I have to say on cattlemans behalf. He said all of last spring saquon Barkley is a generational talent with the second overall pick. And that's where he went. Look, I think we all agreed. There has to be a quarterback in the giants future. Whether it's at six or seventeen trade now Cleveland, but it would not surprise me in the least if Dave Gettleman waited until the second or third round to take a quarterback this Dave Gettleman, he created that created, but he he made the term a more of a vernacular in the NFL draft hog molly's when he was the GM of the Carolina Panthers. He loves the big guys to hog mollies. And let's be honest. This draft is going to be decided outside of Kyla Murray. More than anything else about the big defensive lineman in this draft. The hog Molly is on the defensive side of the ball. So depending on your draft grades for your quarterbacks you could take one of those at six and then a quarterback at seventeen it all depends again on your on your draft great. If twain Haskins is highest on the board and draft grades. You don't pass that up. If you have a Dwayne Haskins drew lock. And whatever other quarterback equal in grades. You know, maybe use that seventeen pick baby can trade it up somehow to get one of those guys as I said, this always comes down to grades. Do. You have a choice amongst grades. Are you close enough in quarterbacks where if you don't get one you try and get the other? But we'll see we'll see, you know, one of the biggest changes in from the last two this for Mel was they had the patriots taken Daniel Jones a quarterback, and this one I serve Smith junior the tight end from Alabama going, and that would not be shocking at all you have really three out of the top tight end Hopkinson the kid from Iowa teammate, Noah Fant, and then Smith junior all three likely to go in the first round a three first round tight end to on the same team come on. And what would that tell you as we saw? The patriots jump into the first round and take a running back and Sony Michelle at the end of that. And now to see in the next year three tight ends going. We've talked about this. However, you want to split it. Last year were Quinton Nelson. Went in the top ten in the draft as an offensive guard. We saw roquan Smith going the top ten as a middle linebacker. The middle of the field is worthy. NFL is being built right now. And other teams are starting to catch up to what the patriots have done for years. The way that we've seen teams export that specific area and three tight ends in the first round would hammer that home not denying that. They are guys that are certainly probably more talented than usual tight end groups. We're used to seeing but it's also about value. It's why you see running back taking it to overall by the giants last year. I mean, the other thing is I think they're more interior linemen in this first round then quarterbacks right? Like, a not tackles guards and centers. There are more of those according to males latest mock than there are actual quarterbacks being taken which would be very unusual. So the top five in this new draft that Mel kiper put out is Kylie Murray. Number one of the cardinals Nick both the D N number two to the forty Niners. Number three. Josh Allen the outside backing backer pass rusher going to the jet number four Cornyn Williams. To the raiders and number five guy making a pretty big jump. Devon white going to Tampa Bay at five in the last mock draft he was number eleven to the Bengals now in mel's draft. He is sitting at number five number six twain Haskins seven Joon Taylor. The offense attack from Florida going to Jacksonville sweat, the D N going to the lions at eight Sean, Gary the D N going into the bills from Michigan and TJ Hopkinson. The tight end going to the Broncos at number ten. Here's here's what I wanted to talk to Mel about and one of the issues that I have laid on me big fella with with this draft comes, you know, some some point and one of them is there are few prospects in new first round projection who are making their debuts because of their combine performances. There are four guys who have jumped into mel's first round who weren't out there before again based on the combine combine performances. I don't understand that. I don't I don't understand that. If you wanna say. You looked at the combine to go back and look at tape of them. But to say, they're combine performance jumped them up that doesn't compute to me. Well, I think that's I think that's the assumption though, is because of their performance you went back and look and that. That's fair. That's why I want to ask them. How did this? Make you go back and study them more. Because if you're just basing things off the combine I got a real issue with that. Yeah. I I don't think you would do that or teams. But at the same time, you look at the positions of the majority of the players that would be involved in that. And I think this could be true for teams as well. It's interior offense. It is right. Three interior offensive linemen Terry McLaren the wide receiver, but when it comes to interior offensive lineman. You wanna talk about an area where the scouting grossly lags behind to actually great and overall draft. It's a difficult area for a lot of people to see and understand because you don't have the benefit of a lot of stats. You don't have the benefit of even the combine members necessarily always translating to production. So when those guys go and they paying and they flag in the model somewhere for what they do at the combine. And then you go back and spend some more time looking at a guy like Lindstrom who wasn't going to be a big name. He wasn't like, you know, Gary bradberry from North Carolina State won the Remington award this year. Like that guy was a stud Boston College was a middling. Okay. ACC team this year. So Lindstrom wasn't getting the credit. He deserved even being as good as he is. So you go back now, and even these NFL teams, maybe we're late to the party on some of these guys all of a sudden start giving them an extra. That's why I want to ask I just wanna make sure with Mel that because I'm just reading from the combine performance, and again, let's put a name. To those you mentioned McLaren the wide receiver who is one of the others. Chris Lynch reminder, you just mentioned from Boston College now. Number twenty one to Seattle Eric McCoy interior linemen going number twenty two to Baltimore. Right and the Garrett bradberry. The Senator from North Carolina State who is you mentioned one the Remington award is the best center in the country number thirty one to the LA Rams where they have an aging center, and John John Sullivan. And that was that was one of the things have been saying for the Rams the last couple of years that dynasties been built on the interior. If you land a guy like that good, Lord or you winning out it is. So we'll see how that plays out. Now, the one thing that I find interesting he he has drew lock the third quarterback Mel dozen his latest mock going thirteen in Miami. I'm telling you don't take out Denver at ten in Cincinnati of eleven in play for quarterbacks. I mean. Yeah. Denver made the play for Joe flacco. But John Elway has messed this up a couple of times with all due respect. I mean, that's just outside of getting Peyton Manning. He has not figured out the quarterback spot there at ten they might be in play for quarterback. And you have Andy Dalton with his situation with the Bengals and his contract situation. I, you know, I think that there's a really good chance that they could be in play with a quarterback there, by the way, by the way, Mel kiper Jr's mock draft not the biggest item related to the draft this week. That will have news for you guys. What more on that coming up later? This week
Rams don't pick up option on veteran C John Sullivan
"Target Rams will not bring back centre, John Saul? Yeah. I think the only question here is that he's thirty three. So I don't think he would get a longer like the guy from Denver, right? Paradis is younger. I check Mitch Moore says h from Kansas City, I think those guys are considered the top two guys in the market. But I saw you tweeted that out Mitch Moore says twenty six twenty seven okay. So they're both younger this guys thirty three. So that would be the only issue they run he was part of a very good offensive line. Register or this morning that they talked. They gave him a lot of credit for helping Jared Goff helping what he had to do. In terms of understanding defenses in calls and running the offense. And we know the center of the offensive line is important guy. He's critical to the performance of the line with line calls all of his responsibilities. But apparently he got credit for some of the stuff he did with Jared Goff and how he helped that young quarterback develop. So I looked at that. I thought I mean, I'd rather get a younger guy in a longer term like like a guy like Paradis, if he's available, but I think that would cost you a lot more than John Sullivan. Would if the bills are interested in a guy like that he'd make the line better. He can help a young quarterback. He's not going to cost you. I mean, I don't think it'd be much more than maybe a two or three year deal. So that I thought that was an interesting name just to as an option of maybe a shorter term contract. But still a guy who would upgrade your offense of line. I think that'd be an interesting move for them it all because look at the money. I'm curious to see where the money goes next week on the offensive line. Now, if you think the bills should go and get a tackle for what it's worth, Tampa just resigned Donovan Smith, and he got an average of about fourteen million dollars a year. So we'll see what happens in terms of. I dunno where center money is going to go. We had talked about the bills maybe trying to go after Daryl Williams from from Carolina. He comes off an injury shortened twenty eight teams, and maybe that drives value down. But I'm curious to see how far the bills are willing to go in terms of spending. Because I've told you before and I'm I'm going to say it again, I expect a starting offensive lineman. At least one starting offensive lineman to come in free agency center guard tackle, I don't know. But I expect them to get at least one starter in free agency of question is how much money Sullivan wouldn't cost you as much as the other guys shorter-term lower average annual value. My
"john sullivan" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"So I'm like, why is Danny Shelton active that should trigger right there that he is a is a big time defensive lineman number seventy one if you watch yesterday's game. He was unblock -able that meant to tell me was that the patriots plan was like you mentioned was to load up. And stop the run and force Jared Goff into the second and third and longs in Jared Goff. Just could not handle the pressure the blitzes that were being thrown out them. John Sullivan as well as the Rams offense flying played all year. John Sullivan almost got forced into retirement yesterday. Right there center. I mean, he just had a he had a bad game. And I don't know if it was because of Jerry golf and him, but they weren't on the same page, and in Jerry missed some throws Jerry was trying to force some things. But a lot of it was because they had six possessions in the first half and four of them were three and outs. Right. They never got into a rhythm. And that goes back to another thing, George which is. Bat football is a game of pace similar to like basketball times. But the Super Bowl is sold. Non that? You don't mean like the Super Bowl is a like eleven breaks in each half. So it's like every time the Rams wanted to get on a nice little grew getting a rhythm. There was a TV time outright, two and a half minutes. So when you're at home watching the game you watching a commercial. But when you're at the game live, the, you know, Jared goff's over here on the sideline trying to warm up and keep his arm going. So yeah, it was a lot Jordan at the end of the day. Just the patriots just a better team. This is sure for sure and to your point like it felt like and those things all probably played a factor. Right. Correct. As you're watching it it felt like the Rams just couldn't overcome adversity at any point in that game. And look the reality is things don't always go according to plan and and throughout the season. I felt like the Rams have had trouble going quote unquote off script, right, right? And I. Feel like that's what Andrew Whitworth was kind of looting to at times in the post game yesterday on top of the fact that he said, we're all going to die. So it has a right, but he talked about the pats playing more zone than man, which is not stuff. They saw on tape. And again, that's an example of the Rams kind of poor job of anticipating right, right? And the offense to me, and you told me 'cause you play defense the offense usually can control pace and the Rams didn't use their ability to that they had on offense, which usually has an upper hand in that situation to control pace and force New England to adjust. I didn't see no huddle. Even when they had the opportunity to do that stuff. I thought those were schematic things that they could have done better. And those are maybe some of the things that I put on McVay, even though I do believe Jared goff's golf was shook. And that's probably seventy percent of the reason they laws, whereas probably if I'm blaming it putting it or dividing it excuse me between those two I'm giving McVay about thirty and. Golf about seventy. But the thirty was the stuff I just discussed the ability to kind of adjust dealing with stuff off script at cetera. And not an -ticipant thing am I going easy to think that I think it's a little bit. I I will put it more of of. I guess if we want to share the blame I'll put a little bit more on the head coach..
"john sullivan" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"John Sullivan to be the centerpiece of a prolific offense Jared Goff Todd Gurley and company. It's a lot of fun. But I feel very lucky to be part of it means so many talented guys smart guys people that care about the mission. I couldn't I couldn't feel luckier play for coach McVay and coach Cromer. They just do an amazing job. I'm just looking forward to trying to go out and win a championship and be able to remember that forever. When did you start to buy in on what Sean McVeigh was selling because this has been a quick turnaround in Washington? The the first time you hear him speak in an offense meeting. I knew I mean, you can just tell right from the job that he was destined to do great things. Coach in this league. He's so smart so detail oriented while he is those things really separates him. There are a lot of smart people is that he's so charismatic able to connect so well with people while he is so brilliant. And that's why after the season in Washington I told him when he gets his head job. I wanted to come with them. And there were some things that happened between that and when I signed. But fortunately it worked out. Yeah. He seemed smart as a whip he's got the pedigree with McVeigh background. But but the ability to connect with players is key. Absolutely. I mean. For whatever reason guys will play harder for people that they care about people that they feel care about them. And Sean is connected with every single guy on this football team. When you look at the New England Patriots defensively. What do you see? I mean, I see a team that's been an eighth straight AFC championship games. And for the last five Super Bowl a bunch of really talented players in terms of their personnel. But really they play so incredibly well within their system. It's going to be a huge challenge that show a lot of different fronts. Mix up the personnel groups. The. Are the kings of this league? For a reason is Bill Belichick the gold standard when it comes to a defensive game plan. I mean, I don't know how you could say it's anybody else. Yeah. I mean, look at the success. They've had as a team, and it all starts with him. And he memories about your time in Minnesota. That's where the foundation for John Sullivan was built look, I I'm very appreciative. Minnesota to always have a place in my heart. But at this point, I've moved on. I'm in LA Rams. I understand that..
"john sullivan" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"I wanted to put a finer point on that the issue of the offensive line for the ramps. So I'm gonna give you the the pro football focus grade. Okay. For each of these guys for the season haven Stein. Eighty-one Whitworth Eighty-one Saphal seventy-two Blyth, seventy four. John sullivan. Fifty four. Yeah. That's your weak spot at center and Brian Allen apparently was on the Lakers are the Rams all access show, or whatever the hell we do. Yeah. Rams. All ex ransom. Sean McVay show. There's. Two of them, actually. Yeah. I know there's are everywhere. Yeah. Brian Allen, who's the rookie who stepped in when John Sullivan got kicked in their head on Sunday night. He grades out. Really? Well, and apparently less need said it'll be his job soon. It's just a matter of time. So we may start seeing them, right? Brian Allen sounds like a name that would be like in an eighties band, right? Brian allen. Yeah. Yeah. Well, there's Bryan Adams, right? But that's what that's what got me thinking about it in a rock band. Whatever. Such a big I always wondered about. That that Robin Hood movie. Yeah, it was like his last big hit. Right. Like where do these people go? I mean, he's probably still making a ton of money off residuals that gets sampled everyone. Did you see Steve Perryman to come back? Did he? Yeah. I made a comeback to share released a solo album. I did not he just disappeared from the grid. Right. Klinger for journey, right? Because they had a guy who sounds just like Steve Perry, except he's Filipino. But he had a gigantic solo album. Steve Perry did recently. No, no, no. Yeah. Back back, then he just like walked away from the business apparently. So I have a friend who does PR for athletes now, but used to work in music, and I said what's the biggest difference? And she said there's two big differences one is that vision 's generally don't know where their next paycheck is coming from right? Like you're hot right now. But you don't have guaranteed contracts or anything. But also the act like Rockstars before their rocks. Are they have to whereas athletes don't really get a publicist or anything like that until they actually done something, right? So last way they've gone they still acting like a rockstar, but not forty actually get more after it'd be your publicist who could be my public. Yeah. Like if you could make someone hype man. Yeah. OJ Jackson junior. Excellent. Even Yeah. though he is a hype, man. Yeah. He is. He's coming in tomorrow. Okay. Yeah. You're pretty good at you're pretty good at hyping. Me. Mama momo. Yeah. You should see how excited he has every time. He comes back by yell at like a like a DJ in the arena. I like it like that airlines. Go off. Put that as my ringtone. You should. Yeah. How are how is this show going? It's it's still going is it so I guess that's good. It's a thing. That's another day another day, you know, just grinding every day on the Air's. He's made it that long in that time. So I know that time slot has been treacherous. I noticed. Showtime at the Apollo vaudevillian. The vaudevillian Kane comes out people just disappear. Duck. You might be able to avoid. So. Attack. The reaper comes out like in Scrooge with Bill Murray. You know? Yeah. In this case, the otter the honor roll slide in here and let you go crush me. I might be done. Yeah. He was we didn't deny was terrible. Terrible. I mean, it was it was worse than my were. You you were saying yesterday that you're you're dealing with mom brain. Because we were doing recall we did a segment yesterday about kind of the big trends in pairs for twenty eighteen and I was giving her hints. Yeah. I wasn't even three strikes. And yes, she was not on the trends of twelve. We were just talking about what movies gold, right? Most googled movie gets them. I would say avenger. I got I can look it up. If you I would say Black Panther. Yeah. That was one of them to I would say.
"john sullivan" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"I will say this people always say they're big difference is far through a lot of picks Aaron doesn't. But even that's linked far never got hurt because he got rid of the ball early, thus creating often interceptions errands hurt a lot because he holds onto the ball too long because he doesn't wanna throw interceptions even on that. They're linked abridgement. And just never forget how it ended for Brett farve. Right car goes back to path he pumps now. He fires over the middle. Intercepted. I can't believe what I'm seeing right now. It was intercepted by Tracy porter. Nearside of according John Sullivan runs him down at the forty seven yard line. You've gotta be kidding me. I can't believe what I just saw. Why you even ponder passing? I mean, you can take a knee and try a fifty six field goal. This is not Detroit, man. This is the Super Bowl. Paul Allen, my favorite radio call ever. It is interesting though, what we try to avoid. We often. Become Farben Rogers to me. I ten years identical will the last seven or eight it does appear. He'll have a new coach and a new start in about four months. And with that we bring on Tony Gonzalez he jumps out of planes. He acts. Do a lot of things, you know, what I'm I'm watching errands kind of an ad Liber and Sean last night terrific at Liber Russell's a little bit of an ad Liber. You didn't have that. You had pocket guys. I whenever I see ad-lib quarterbacks the media loves them. But I always think to receivers and tight ends like wouldn't Brady goes back. I'm a tight end. I know where I'm going to be. I know where the ball's gonna be when I watched a Sean a lot of his stuff. He's just a great playmaker. Right. So Russell dude against candidate. Good God as a receiver or a tight end. Can they drive you crazy? Honestly, I like them you do you'd rather have a guy with a little mobility. I don't you know. I'd rather take Tom Brady or or drew Brees or whatever one of those slice and dice was in the pocket. But I remember I played with this guy that case city named Tyler Thigpen. Oh, yeah. Remember remember, you may play with his legs. Yeah. And nothing gets Tyler. But I mean, he's not an upper echelon rile franchise type quarterback. But I played pretty much the whole year with him. And I had I think ninety three catches at here with Tyler thick, Ben. So you were breaking off routes and as long as you have certain symmetry with that. So you liked the freelancing? I think I would I would I think I would have played really well with somebody. If I had that on my Khokar just because once it breaks down, I love that. Now. Now now, I get the ad lib to remind me of playing pickup basketball where there's no plays. Let's just go out there. Now, it's in the dirt back home..
State Dept. pledges $75M to end forced labor and human trafficking globally
"Department has pledged a total of seventy five million dollars for a global campaign to end forced labor modern slavery and human trafficking. John Clemens has more deputy secretary of State John Sullivan announced details of the campaign called stepping up action to end forced labor modern slavery and human trafficking during his address to the UN. He spoke about the global problem of forced labour. There are an estimated twenty five million victims of forced labor around the world a quarter of whom are children behind those victims is a massive industry that nets about one hundred fifty billion dollars in annual profits.
"john sullivan" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"So anyway we're talking about reverse mortgages as well with john sullivan we had a guy call and say i bought my house on a reverse now john sullivan buying a house on a reverse the main reason there obviously they're not pulling money out but they're saying i don't wanna mortgage payment yeah that's exactly it but they don't have enough to pay cash because obviously people pay cash can pay cash for a house not have a mortgage payment but there are others that may not want to tie up all their cash so they put down a hefty down payment and how much of a down payment you have to put down if you're buying a home with a reverse mortgage and of course that depends on their age but let's say somebody seventy seventy years old seventy what would you say mary jane about five mary jane is her kali yes but how much about fifty percent okay so on two hundred thousand dollars cash put down one hundred grand and you have a mortgage that you don't have to pay on right and you stay there as long as you want you have to make you have to pay insurance and taxes and taxes those are the only two requirements maintain the home fees that sort of thing when you say maintain the home that means you know they're not gonna come and inspect your home now the only way they would know if someone filed a claim on their insurance policy and didn't follow through because of the lenders might be notified so like any other lender now mary jane your colleagues says the number one reason they get a reverse loan to begin with is not to have a mortgage payment it's not it's not necessarily to take cash out she says ninety five percent of the people just want to get rid of the loan so they live in their home and don't payment and and it's that easy so yeah but that in turn makes your cash flow heavier because they're saving whatever that is per month so whatever they're saving they can now spend on something else that's right so that's the number one reason what's the number two reason the number two reason good reason personnel has a home that's free and claire then.
US embassy set to open in Jerusalem, as Netanyahu praises Trump for 'real leadership'
"Bo thompson on this monday may fourteenth kicking off ten days of nascar thunder at charlotte motor speedway that time of year to talk to marcus smith president ceo of charlotte motor speedway in speedway motorsports is gonna join us in about an hour about seven thirty five we'll talk to marcus so it'll be back on the show a little bit later meanwhile the news this morning the interim us embassy opening in jerusalem today as you heard john stokes indepth now the move from tel aviv caps a controversial shift in us policy in the us delegation to the event includes treasury secretary steve mnuchin deputy secretary of state john sullivan along with ivanka trump and jared kushner also there is abc's mollie hunter lanka trump and jared kushner arrived sunday alongside a large american delegation to help open the new us embassy in jerusalem recognize jerusalem as the cap just five months after president trump made the announcement of the existing consulate buildings in jerusalem today we'll become an embassy prime minister netanyahu heaped praise on president trump president trump is making history we are deeply grateful and our people will be internal rectal for his bold decision to recognize jerusalem as israel's capital and to move the embassy.
Israel kicks off US Embassy celebration, boosts border force
"Radio i'm steve rappoport israel beefing up forces at the gaza border in anticipation of protests tomorrow when the us embassy opens in jerusalem deputy secretary of state john sullivan is among the us delegation in israel for the ceremony we're proud to make the president's pledge my fellow delegates in official treasury secretary steven mnuchin also there the united states has no greater partner then israel the opening coincides with the seventieth anniversary of the founding of israel fox's rachel sutherland another lava fisher opening up on hawaii's big island leading tomorrow evacuations cars moving those are all folks that live here they are closing off access to any folks who are trying to take pictures of the lava or any of the scene out here and also the national guard troops are in place and they are they're ready to respond should conditions get any worse oxes jeff paul fox news we report you decide battle of honor is the highest award for valor in combat given a member of the armed forces of the united states there have been over three thousand four hundred recipients of the nation's highest award this is one of them was deaf sergeant henry irwin's job on the lead beach one thousand nine to drop a phosphorus canister as a marker when they reached the assembly area over enemy territory details after this air position the canister in the launch tube and pull the pin at the pilots orders the flare dropped then flew back into the plane it exploded in her wins face viewing.
South Korea foreign minister to visit U.S. as planned despite Tillerson dismissal
"To examine ways to prevent school shootings its recommendations are expected within one year the man accused of carrying out the school attack in florida is due in court today south korea's foreign minister says president trump's decision to fire secretary of state rex tillerson does not change his plans to travel to washington to coordinate policy on north korea npr's elise hugh reports from seoul south korea and the us will continue to meet as planned to pave away forward on potential north korea talks south korea has gone young was set to meet with rex tillerson but will now sit down with deputy secretary of state john sullivan instead trump abruptly removed tillerson as the chief diplomat of the us following a series of public riffs president trump is nominating c i a director mike pompeo to replace tillerson i'm dave mattingly in washington good morning i'm dave freeman in san francisco on key we d another day of rain when she'll wipers and such so if you're starting your driving.
Russia warns UK over ultimatums, points at nukes
"Says he's delegating responsibilities at the end of the work day today to deputy secretary of state john sullivan tillerson says he will be formally stepping down from his post at the end of the month and calling for an orderly transition to mike pompeo the cia director whom president trump is designated as tillerson successor pending confirmation by the senate encouraged state department employees to remain focused on their jobs the russian foreign ministry spokeswoman has warned britain against putting ultimatums to russia reminding the uk about its nuclear arsenal the spokeswoman says that no one can come to parliament and say i give russia twenty four hours a reference to britain's prime minister giving russia a deadline to explain how a russia designed nerve agent could have been used to poison expi sergei skirt ball and is gonna russia has denied involvement and prominent producers and celebrities like matt damon ben affleck and paul fake are jumping on the inclusion writer bandwagon following frances mcdormand's oscar acceptance speech black panther actor michael b jordan was one of the first linda's public support to the concept after the oscars for his company forty three degrees four thirty two i'm michael philip pelly six eighty wcbs news hi sean casey i'll get.
How Donald Trump’s Thrust To Kill The Iran Deal Makes The North Korea Pact Even Harder
"Fifty eight the traffic leader kcbs forecast kpi x five neta iran poor hello everybody what a soggy start to the day we got over an inch of rain in many locations especially across the north bay two and a half inches in places like ben lohman and the rain is not stopping gold bronze now arrives have temperatures this afternoon colder than what they were this morning mid to upper fifty s for the afternoon highs and tomorrow we're going to stay in the fifties and it's going to stay cool thursday friday even into saturday which means a lot of that moisture coming through bringing us rainfall will actually turn into snow above three thousand feet or so so the bay area hills could get it us sting there's plenty of still also expected to come down across the sierra one to three feet expected for the sierra by saturday monday three inches of rainfall expected across the bay area with five inches across the santa cruz mountains very likely and we won't get dry until sunday san francisco fifty nine degrees at the moment same thing in concord and mountain view fiftyseven and oakland sixty and san jose fifty five and san rafael fifty eight in heber redwood city traffic and weather together of eight on kcbs kcbs news time twelve fifty cbs news special report rex tillerson he's headed back to price life after being fired by president trump is secretary of state earlier today tillerson gave a farewell statement this afternoon at the state department and my colleagues in the state department and interagency much remains to be done to achieve our mission on behalf of the american people with allies and with partners mr trump who often clashed with tillerson wants to replace him with cia director mike pompeo here's cbs's cami mccormick koa seemed to be very close to trump on a number of issues including the iran nuclear deal which they are both dissatisfied with also about russia and how to handle that and there was a lot of differences between tillerson president trump the paris climate change accord for instance so in many ways pompeii may work closer with the president but it'll be interesting to see how that how that translates at the state department itself tillerson will turn over his duties deputy secretary of state john sullivan midnight tonight cbs news special report i'm bill rakoff cbs news time twelve fifty.
London, Florida and Michael Hancock discussed on Mandy Connell
"Five seventy madeleine these guys are real estate elevated climate change i guess i haven't made up my mind yet but i do know you can never be sure what our weather's gonna be from one day to the next know what to expect with colorado's news traffic and weather station iheartradio station we newsradio time is one thirty good afternoon i'm susan witkin secretary of state rex tillerson's talking about his firing tillerson says he's focused on an orderly and smooth transition in this tap deputy secretary of state john sullivan to lead the state department until a new secretary is confirmed by the senate the president is nominating cia director mike pompeo as secretary of state tillerson last day will be march thirty first the president has picked gina house bowl to replace pompeo at the cia she's the first woman chosen to run the spy agency and currently serves as the deputy director of the cia governor hickenlooper says he is reluctant to talk about sexual harassment issues involving state senator randy baumgartner and denver mayor michael hancock everybody wants everybody to a pine on everything john always constructive asked about the denver mayor today the governor says what happens next is up to city council and is the baumgartner case the governor says he's found that anytime he tells lawmakers what to do it doesn't go very well british police now investigating the death of another russian exile in london nikolai glushkov was found dead in his home in south london he was a close associated of leading critic of ladimir putin in florida prosecutors say they are seeking the death penalty for nicholas cruise the student charge and the parkland school massacre cruises attorney called the announcement unexpected saying cruise was ready to plead guilty in exchange for a life sentence the dow down one hundred seventy one points right now the s and p five hundred losing eighteen the nasdaq off seventy nine our next news updates at two o'clock i'm susan witkin koa newsradio eight fifty am and ninety four one fm traffic and weather together now here's rick morgan.
"john sullivan" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"What i i just love listening to that music especially when you're seeing that will never die yeah so i've got a couple of giggs coming up i'll tell you about them in a bit uh little tiny gigs but they're gigs them a west i've been talking lynn i know you've been driving and i'll have you heard about them and talking about divorce and how it's been a detriment to retirement and john sullivan wrote oh a few weeks ago this article death divorce detrimental to retirement planning i know you've been in the business for a number of years and you cover these many many risks i'll get into what i consider to be one of the greatest risk but here's what sullivan had to say in at appreciate your comments td ameritrade find that a large number of merit americans overlook the possibility of divorce or losing a spouse on they're planning see in many respects the two of those are kind of from a financial standpoint related aren't they yeah there the unfortunate reality he goes on is that approximately four in ten marriages eventually end in divorce and about a quarter of americans sixty five and older or widowed in california it's like you know more than four in ten i think merit well i don't know why california's as that i divorce rate higher than iowa or whatever but latest you think so probably ah twothirds of married individuals don't have a financial plan in place in the event of divorce are becoming widowed there is an interesting thought do you have a plan in place in the unlikely or in some instances likely event that just split up that's kind of hard to do i'll ask lynn about that in a moment and they go on despite the lack of planning seven and ten men seventy two percent and six in ten women sixty two percent are confident in their abilities to manage their own financial situation the event of a divorce or a spouse passing away that's bolshevik as we say here on the program and then finally married individuals report an annual personal income of sixty one thousand seven hundred dollars thirteen thousand one hundred more than widows widower's and ninety eight hundred more than those who are divorced that's probably in.
"john sullivan" Discussed on WGTK
"Of her contemporaries in the entertainment industry to attack her mercilessly to subject hurter humiliation and scorn and just about everything else in the book while joy of causes enjoyed the support of the president and joy is decided did that it's time to enter national politics and she is currently weighing up a bed with an exploratory committee in the great state of florida so we'll be talking to joy a little bit later on about in our what she thinks she's going to be doing in wish she's planning on running and how she thinks the president as dumb sofar are worlds are going to be speaking to stave court his i former wall street trader a great american a son of immigrants a man with a terrific story in an amazing biography and we'll be talking to him he of course during the campaign last year for the president was the heading up the hispanic advisory council so it'll be great to have a chat with him and see how he feels this first year has kind of pan doubt for the president of the 45th president of the united states other guests that we're going to have on john sullivan john sullivan as being the executive producer is a hollywood film maker and he's been the executive producer for a couple of the danish the souza films very switchedon guy as got his hands kind of on all kinds of different movies that are in the works in in conservative aiming hollywood john sullivan jit guy so we wanna check in with him and see what he has been up to i mean that said it's always something i think that is very very interesting to get that kind of perspective so i will be talking to him we are also going to be talking to our regular guest chris mala jc who heads up the conservative book club but today we're not going to be talking with chris about books gonna be talking with him about movies he's got the top seven movies of the year for us so will we recognize down and telling you what to watch out for if you've missed something what to go back and watch i've won i'm really excited about this winston churchill movie that's coming out the darkest hour so we have noticed that just on my little cheat here that that is definitely going to be one of the.
"john sullivan" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"On reverse loans adjustable interest rates have gone down to but she said there are some negatives when you're sixty two and iran indian your early 60s you can you get less money out then you used to and so there are some disadvantages she here's the deal john sullivan i love her because she tells the truth about reverse mortgages really there are some cases where they work fine they really do if you're old enough and have enough equity they were great but then there are times they're not good so i just want to lay that out approval reversed dot com call her call her team if you're thinking about a reverse loan that's getting money and not paying it off a two year deceased or get rid of the home 300 three seven seven 135 28 300 three seven seven 135 28 mike welt come to the show hi mike what's happening yeah i think you're a little tight fairer howdy duty mart by mirror mark minor vicario can't give him a chance little it hurts a little internet all augur i think you should ditch now now before mike what are you come on buddy coach slow invite you in any time oh puncture will am i my listen if he's got an idiot might wanna such an in here my aaron mic hold on my earners tomorrow stop work eddie it might might up your pet day hillary lover love time mark mark let me talk to him hey why don't you mike can i talk mike let me talk to you me under the march let me talk to him please y i was him talk okay mike he wasn't challenging you fight when he said come down here because we've had other people who say i can't stand and we invite him in we think it's fun meet them and we at one guy sitting here wouldn't say a word to him said i don't like you and then they got talking mike he wasn't challenging utah fight when he says why don't you come on down a year i i mean you wanted him to come in as the common man or combination now now please call back mike i want to talk to you i want to know how you base that decision and and and what does he mean internet hair he was mad about the old lady commenting margreiter here's the thing you.
"john sullivan" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Two movie they made that impressed me the most besides hiring sean mcrae uh to work with jared gough getting into your work worth to play left takho was a terrific move they also got john sullivan to play center so their offense of wine i needed some help but uh i think another under the radar move is not only did they strayed for sammy watkins fini what interests playing with robert wood those guys played together for three seasons with the buffalo bills so those instant reporter between those two and now the poorest growing with the quarterback i saw sean mix they get inducted into the ring of honor at my daughter's school just a few fridays ago he didn't get i tell you the sean macbride bears an uncanny resemblance to my nephew michael i put on facebook a couple of weeks ago i'm carrying to wonder if my nephew was not begin i felt coach of the year shaun mcveigh proud marisa war eagle and he is against two hundred he's doing a hell of a job you really is as you do he russell because remember this team hasn't had a winning seasons since two thousand three john i hope fans start to turn out for the my believe when the new stadium comes that's when excitement will really build because you know they'll come out and enjoy the new stadium that's just not the same here in atlanta russell have a great one buddy i'll talk to you so you got it they go russell baxter joining us here in the john contagious cbs sports radio foul on on twitter backs football.
"john sullivan" Discussed on News/Talk 710 KNUS
"Mid 60s perhaps only mid 50s tomorrow that's your weekend so give up the yard give up the rides plan on some endorsed stuff some projects hope you can get out to the centennial gun club today big big activity go on their that will be talking about can be one of our very very special guest suissa which i'll tell you about just a second but i guess outta say hello and randy corporate good to be back with you thanks very much to chris cook for filling in last week i know it's a blast and and i heard that she did a very very good job and good morning to producer domon williams could do see you again sir trying to get to know you good morning third and you i am good and very very interesting what happens when you're thinking about a radio show so many things i want to talk to you about today of course we got yes in the show with gut uh be talking with filmmaker john sullivan got a new project that he's working on regarding snowflakes and safe spaces what's at like to be a film producer in hollywood a right of centre film producer in hollywood we'll talk to john solve and you may know him from the baby killer guys now movie and um so i'm really looking forward to that and in the eight o'clock hour someone that you'll be able to see at the centennial gun club event today somebody i don't know and i'm gonna hit the wrong button i got a relearn the studio somebody i don't know have an even spoken with spoke with the person that put this conversation together tom tank crato was out with him in an event the other night and he said i mean you've gotta talk to these guys folks that are going to be at the centennial gun club of and today but we're talking about an iraq veteran who he was blown up in his service dog was blown up and came back and was homeless for a.
"john sullivan" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"That was back in december now with rex tillerson at the helm of the state department the past few months have been full of daily headlines about a hollowing out of the department under his watch that concern let senator rob portman to use a hearing last month with rex tillerson's deputy john sullivan to enquire whether the state department was indeed committed to adequate resources for the global engagement center in its mission to target propaganda coming from russia the global gauge when senators you know it's something that i feel strongly about we in 2017 is a set it in a house in the national defense authorization act as to global graziers 100 take on additional responsibilities specifically with regard to decide formation coming from countries intended to destabilize democracies undermine some of our basic values and institutions so my question for years is their inability to keep some of these important entities like the global gauge would center specifically of from being weakened by a hiring freeze or other reorganisations that could lead having more difficult time carrying out as import responsibilities with respect to the global engagement center it is a priority for secretary tillerson it's something that's an important part of our mission for all the reasons you state and important part of our mission well as it happens today the current president reluctantly signed a bipartisan bill into law imposing new sanctions on russia while also limiting his own executive authority to diminish will remove that assigning came one day after secretary of state rex tillerson told reporters that both he and the president were very unhappy with the sanctions bill handed to them by congress.