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"judge randolph" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"judge randolph" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"To overturn the election results in arizona. And i think it was all good because look we some nut jobs who are up here clearly trying to steal fucking election. What kind of people do you think your surrounding yourself with. Good people right. Like i wonder what i do wonder if these women were complicit or some holiday had a job as working for the state and they just got sent up there. I don't know yeah but it is interesting to think about accords. Arizona's senate president and fine fan f. a. n. n. who initiated the audit. Basically said she didn't know and never heard of this and nobody said to me. Of course the neither not even if it's the truth and the thing is if you will notify trust somebody going to be digging into you to find out if you knew her statement. I have never received in written complaints of any type of sexual harassment nor has a complaint like this being brought to mind inching. The closest thing i can think of is i. I'm aware of a single table manager. Who is cussing a lot. It had apparently told an inappropriate joke. We find him immediately. So that's that's what she's willing to cop to but come on you laying in bed with snakes man. These are not good people so of course they sexually harass people. Why wouldn't they be doing that. let's do a couple more days. trump is annoyed with rudy giuliani. Because gee i only want to get paid for them election challenges. Did you know trump down. Pay people which is why. I was laughing my way to the mosque in bank Yeah we we are here but sit on opposite side of a sexual sex toy shop out here in junkyard without sign. Because you know we actually signed up for the wrong event and he who are you he gonna pay for them frankenstein ash to get on. It probably got some weights in it fares former face a former. Psu stood in nevada capital riot. Plan to create an armed militia. Well you know what. Keep your head guy. trump now class action lawsuit against facebook and twitter. They won't go anywhere. Virginia group members wanted to test. Bob's to see from the us according to court records. Even the us everything everything oldest new again. Come on take it back to eighteen sixty five dollars. Shit keep keeping else. Google schools taking it back. Take it back Capital rider busted for a saw cop and news photographer. Pennsylvania may. I was charged wednesday for attacker. Police officer news photographer. They are still catching these people. I catch people for years. I don't have a long. It takes go in get them make examples out of them to be like a motherfuckers. Don't do this shit again. You have got to make examples out of them. And i'm not going to be funny even if the people that are quote unquote lower down the scale. Get like community service. Shit like data people that agree you know that you kind of lord of charges. Even if that happens for the fact that y'all niggers came knocking on their door made him give what people that actually did some shit. So you're actually doing your job. And you may motherfucking scare when they would delete nate phones and changing phones phone numbers because it was all good you get home and when i first motherfucker started getting arrested it became a problem gave them scam. Make them scam like appeal skate. Every mother fucking day make them beer. You a cab. herreid defendant. Who threatened to hang nancy. Pelosi said noah tiny is needed because she is the volley immune from the courts laws yet and the other day that she's not willing to sign the the the type of stuff he signed for like two inner evidence into the court. Because they're like. What do you do like this. Because if you're not willing to sign that basic thing she's like nothing from the united states is a binding agreement to me and it's like all right dan. Well guess is it's gonna sit here forever. Because i like we just go. Oh my bag this you can go home. Guess what we got. We got all the time. And the motherfucker world caballo rider who breathes to sit in eight months for felony a florida man who breached the us senate chamber karen. The trump flag was his monday to eight months behind bars. The first resolution for felony case in the capital insurrection. He apologized said he was ashamed of his actions. Speaking calmly from prepare taste. He described being caught up in the foyer. He walked out washington the most famous avenue than followed a crowd of hundreds of to the capital. If i had him. Yeah i did it. The protests escalate the way it did i would never venture profit in the sidewalk. Pennsylvania avenue foolish decision on my part. He said they asked him to serve eighteen months behind bars. Saying the recent foul that he like easy rider contributed to the collective threat of democracy by force lawmakers to temporarily abandoned certification of joe biden twenty twenty victory over president. Donald trump in pro pronouncing the sentence judge randolph. Mall said hodgkin's have played a role if not as -nificant others worst episodes american history. Still chose to give them a year less than prison That was not. Yeah i guess they meant less than a year. Because i think they say eight months so that was not by any stretch of imagination of protests. Mazda it was an assault on democracy to stay that will remain on on the country for years to calm so people are thinking. Maybe this will set the bar for sentencing. Now the thing is he did plead guilty and apologize so i wonder if he is if he's working with them at all night if he got that will be interesting. He also isn't one of the people that it sounds like. It was organized and being defiant some of these people are going to get harsher charges because they came up there like we are the blank group and we are here to get nancy pelosi day they got too much film and video and audio and shit like that guarantee you was here in our types of which the public will never know even though they had that thing you they have things nason things that we will never know and so it was just one of those things but yeah they was. Y'all came up here putting hands on each other's shoulder like out a military bit. You don't belong here okay. You're organized like they. They know things because you know people that have been trained to say way Even all over the world because they know this is people's job to find out this shit. So yes they go. People are going to get more time than just somebody that got swept in a moment. Us do our have some form of punishment. Don't get me wrong but no your time shouldn't be as as harsh as somebody else you know. I know a lotta people just mad because his whiteness. Yes but there were degrees to this. You know. Fucked up and at any time you could change your mind. So yes you do. Deserve some form of partners schmidt and as long as there's some form of punishment i am very understanding. Get them all de agent arrested at the filming himself with firearm while into capital. Why they'd be meghan is how easy on these fucking people sometimes like is really just a matter of the amount of evidence at the sift through. That's probably the land something. I mean pandemic too but a lot of delay because it's so much evidence polly hundreds possibly thousands of hours of tapes and videos and shit that they've got to go through. Yeah now the guy who got eight months day kyw now on the verge tears yes she you Looking like like you're gonna cry in the car. She she get real when navy like this was not a game. This was not a joke. Like yes you..

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"judge randolph" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"judge randolph" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"All right so the first person to be sentenced for a felony in connection to the january six attack on the us capital was sentenced to eight months in in prison. Prosecutors were pushing to put thirty eight year old. Paul allard hodgkin's of tampa florida behind bars for eighteen months after he pleaded guilty last month to one count of obstructing an official preceding when announcing his decision. Us district judge randolph. Moss noted that hodgkin's with no previous record was not involved in a leadership role in the mob that attacked the capital and offered sincere statements in court earlier on monday. So that's why he ended up with eighteen months that's bars that's cool so let me tell you so. They wanted to. He got eight eight eight. she wanted eighteen. he got eight. That's a good sign so now when they start coming back within people chanting and ones that caused these deaths and the ones that they can put that internet. Hey doll pig onto everybody's gonna do some time on this this good. I hope all of them do. But i want want you to understand. If that was black lives matter movement. Boy this be a whole nother story. They're still they're saying that it's a it's an attack against former president trump right. Yeah that's cool. Well while they whitewashing they ask why washington jail all right. We'll have more of a steve harvey morning. Show coming up at thirty three minutes after right after this. You're listening to steve harvey morning show. If you are thinking about snacking on anything other than tasty cake this summer you are simply missed cagan. A melted milkshake. Miss cake crumbly sticky s'mores bigger miss cake or worst of all you resort to baking. If it's not tasty cake it's a mistake. Because nothing satisfies like up perfectly sweet butterscotch crimp it or rich and creamy chocolate peanut butter candy cake tasty cake accept no substitutes iheartradio presents earthquakes out here aftershock starring. Sarah wayne kelly's out there. She's out there on the island. Jeffrey dean morgan. There are courses all over the south land and david harbour. My job cassie. This is what i do. They were going to hurt you. And i stopped aftershock. Listen.

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"judge randolph" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"judge randolph" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"The us capitol rioter who breached the senate gets eight months jail by michael tarm associated. Press a crane operator from florida. Who breached the us senate chamber carrying a trump campaign. Flag was sentenced monday to eight months behind bars. The first punishment handed down for a felony charge in the january sixth capital riot and one that could help determine the severity of other sentences in hundreds of pending cases and pronouncing the sentence on paul allard hodgkin's. Us district judge randolph. Moss said the thirty eight year old had played a role if not as significant as others and one of the worst episodes in american history. Thousands of rioters loyal to then president. Donald trump storm the capital and disrupted the certification of joe biden's election win in a stunning display of public violence. That was not by any stretch of the imagination. A protest moss said. It was an assault on democracy. He added it left a stain that will remain on us on the country for years to come. Moss acknowledged hodgkin's sentence could set a benchmark for future cases deciding an appropriate punishment for hodgkin's he said was more challenging. Because the case is unique and the court couldn't look to previous sentencings as a guide. Hodgkin's was disappointed. A prison term was imposed. His lawyer patrick. Louis duke said in a phone interview. After monday's hearing he said hodgkin's was heading back to his hometown of tampa to organize his affairs. Which will include speaking to his employer about whether imprisonment will cost him his job before to prison and several months. He's hurt he. Sad luke said life is coming at him at one hundred miles per hour. More than five hundred people have been charged so far for their participation in the attack and many like hodgkin's were accused of serious crimes but were not indicted as some others. Were for roles in larger conspiracies. They will have to decide whether to plead guilty or go to trial. Moss interrupted la- duke hodgkin's attorney ask if granting the defense request to spare hodgkin's from prison could encourage others disgruntled by the results of a future election to besiege the capital if we allow people to storm the united states capitol. What are we doing to preserve our democracy. Moss asked but the judge said hodgkin's deserved a lesser sentence than the eighteen months prosecutors had requested and part because he didn't assault anyone didn't damage government property and wasn't among the lead attackers hodgkin's apologized to the court and said he felt ashamed. Speaking calmly from a prepared text. He described being caught up in the euphoria as he walked down. Washington's most famous avenue then followed a crowd of hundreds into the capital. If i had any idea that the protests would escalate the way it did i would never have ventured farther than the sidewalk of pennsylvania avenue. He told the judge he added. This was a foolish decision on my part. He pleaded guilty last month to obstructing official proceeding by participating in an attack that forced lawmakers to run and hide and fear. Five people died including a police officer and rioters shot by police to other police officers. Who faced january. Sixth rioters died by suicide days later and requesting an eighteen month prison sentence during the hearing in washington assistant. Us attorney mona sedky likened the attack to domestic terrorism luke. Hodgkin's lawyer said the government's description of january. Sixth events was hyperbole. I think it's gaslight in the country. He said what happened. He added was a protest that became a riot. Moss interrupted luke again noting that some of the trump supporters seemed to be out to track down lawmakers including house. Nancy pelosi there were people who were storming through the halls of the capitol. Saying where's nancy. The judge told the attorney that is more than a simple riot. Said key said that while hodgkin's didn't engage in violence himself. He walked among many who did and what. She called the ransacking of the people's house and as he walked by smashed police barriers. He could see the smoke of tear gas and the chaos ahead of him. What does he do. She asked the court he walks toward it. He doesn't walk away. Hodgkin's she added was in the midst of a mob that forced lawmakers to seek shelter and some congressional staffers to hide in fear locked in offices as hundreds swept through the building those in fear for their lives that day will she said bear emotional scars for many years. If not forever. Under the june plea deal. Hodgkin's agreed to plead guilty to the one count and pay two thousand dollars in restitution to the treasury department and exchange. Prosecutors agreed to drop less serious charges including entering a restricted building and disorderly conduct. They also said they would ask for a reduced sentence for acceptance of responsibility and for saving the government from a costly trial and earlier filings. Luke described his client as an otherwise law abiding. American who despite living in a poorer part of tampa regularly volunteered at a food bank. He noted that hodgkin's is an eagle scout. His actions on january. Sixth is the story of a man who for just one hour on one day lost his bearings who made a fateful decision to follow the crowd. The attorney said but judge. Moss said monday. He didn't accept that there was no forethought by hodgkin's or that he had no ill intentions. He brought rope and protective goggles with him. To washington the judge said and that demonstrated he came prepared to defend his position and engage in whatever needed to be done. Video footage shows hodgkin's wearing a trump twenty twenty t shirt. The flag flung over his shoulder. And i goggles around his neck inside the senate. He took a selfie with a self-described shaman and a horned helmet and other rioters on the dais behind him separately on monday and riquet -tario the leader of the proud boys who was arrested in washington two days before the riot pleaded guilty to burning a black lives matter banner that was torn down from a historic black church in december. He also pleaded guilty to attempted possession of a large capacity ammunition. Feeding device after police found two high-capacity firearm magazines when he was arrested..

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"judge randolph" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"judge randolph" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"Biden's election win the new york times reports. Mr hodgkin's told judge randolph. Moss had he was remorseful for breaking into the capital calling it a foolish decision in court papers. The times writes his attorney. Invoked abraham lincoln's words saying that judge moss had a chance to show malice toward none and charity toward all by foregoing prison. time entirely. But the court suggested that would simply encourage future attacks and noted yesterday that hodgkin's brought goggles and a pair of gloves with him to the capitol as if prepared for conflict. The court said hodgkin's deserved less than eighteen months. Prosecutors requested because he didn't assaulted anyone and didn't damage government property. Willie let's bring it. Nbc four washington investigative reporter scott mcfarland. He's been covering the sentencing and plea bargain hearings for those charged for their participation in the capital attacks. Scott it's good to see you this morning. So let's talk first about this case. The one meeker just laid out. Mr hodgkin's a thirty eight year old man from florida who was inside the capitol inside the chamber boldly invoking lincoln's second inaugural asking for mercy. Asking i charity. The judge said no. This would set a bad precedent giving eight months which is a little bit less obviously than prosecutors had hoped for. What's the precedent that we see said. In this case this is really the first big test case will get a lot of people. Don't like the score. Paul hodgkin's got less than what the prosecutors were seeking it his case eight months versus the eighteen requested by prosecutors. He told the judge yesterday that what he did was foolish that it was not inspired by politicians and even set willie that joe biden is the rightfully elected president of the united states but he was angling to avoid any prison. His attorney argued. If you send paul hodgkins to prison he loses his job. He loses his home. He'll have trouble caring for his cats. The judge didn't go for that the prosecutors said in this powerful willie that what hodgkin's did was a part of a domestic terror incident that day and the judge remarked that what happened was so extraordinary that congress had to evacuate its own chambers because of what hodgkinson net mob did but talking to former federal prosecutors. Say when the judge goes that far below the recommended sentence it could lower the bar in other cases because they do strive willie for uniformity in federal sentencing. And in fact the judge rejecting this idea that we've heard for many of these other people been arrested saying i was just following the crowd. If i'd known it was going to get this out of hand. I wouldn't have gone in the first place the judge saying yesterday at least in this case perhaps in the future. That's no excuse for what you did. Scott let me ask you about this question of competency and maybe you can explain a little bit. We're hearing some of these defendants talking about competency whether they're fit to stand trial. Tell us about some of them and what that explanation is what may happen to them. Let me tell you about two of them. Willie i pauline. Bauer restaurant owner in pennsylvania. While paul hodgkin's was being sentenced her hearing was ongoing and it went off the rails. Bauer is trying to represent herself in her case and she told the judge yesterday. She's a sovereign citizen and not subject to the court's authority or authority. So that kind of detoured. The hearing she was talking over the judge. The judge was correcting her. The judge will allow her to defend herself. She's back in court in september. Let's see what happens next. Also want to tell you about land and coppola. He's a military veteran locked up in a local jail in utah awaiting his competency hearing. I spoke to him by phone from his jail cell. He is still trying to get his competency exam to move forward in his case. He says the government is slow. Walking leaving him languishing in jail for months. Now we'll see where that goes but just another hurdle willie in an already large the largest criminal investigation and prosecution in us history so much still to play out here but we have this first sentencing of eight months. we'll see if that becomes the standard nbc four washington investigative reporter scott mcfarland scott. Thanks so much good to see. House minority leader kevin mccarthy announced his picks worry select committee charged with investigating the january six capital attack. They include congressman. Jim banks of indiana will serve as ranking member congressman. Jim jordan of ohio rodney davis of illinois kelley armstrong of north dakota and troy nehls a freshman from texas three of those republicans banks jordan nails previously voted to overturn the results of the november election. You gotta mix from the entire conference jacket. Rings saying he did not speak to. Donald trump. mccarthy's choices still need to be approved by house speaker. Nancy pelosi but she is not signaled. Any plans to turn down any of those choices below announced her own appointments to the panel earlier this month including republican congresswoman liz. Cheney these select committee is scheduled to hold its first hearing next week. Witnesses will include officers from the us capitol police department and the dc metropolitan police department. Let's bring in white house reporter for the associated press jonathan lear pulitzer prize winning columnist associate editor of the washington post and msnbc political analyst. Eugene robinson former senior adviser for the house oversight committee kirk bartonella. He's a columnist for usa today and the l. a. times and an advisor to the d triple c. Good morning to all of you. Jonathan let me start with you. So kevin mccarthy was going to nod to the base. We knew that but three of the five of majority of his picks voted to contest the november election. Three of the picks willie did so and did so after the insurrection. Let's remember the official vote right after the rioters breached capital. We had hours worth of violence. So it's a pretty clear signal here from republican leader mccarthy as to which direction he wants to take these hearings and insurance. Two of the members there didn't do that. They didn't vote to decertify. They did go along with the democratic process. And the joe biden was indeed elected president. But the other three. Jim jordan as we know is one of former president. Trump's most vocal defenders and has willing to say blatant untruth order to defend the former president. He's closely aligned himself with it. And we know that he's still speaks to the former president frequently whether trump is in mar-a-lago or bedminster here so there's no sense that the house speaker pelosi will object to these picks But we certainly will learn more in next day..

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"judge randolph" Discussed on POLITICO Dispatch

POLITICO Dispatch

11:11 min | 1 year ago

"judge randolph" Discussed on POLITICO Dispatch

"Afghanistan in the nineteen nineties that fed into the ninety s and it was severely brutal right. I mean just subverting human rights for women for children now but they will so heavy into they use heavy guns and cannons for the few just extremely like old style really horrific form of leadership and the us was not a fan to begin with a really not a fan after september eleventh when It became clear that the taliban had harbored al qaeda in afghanistan and so the george w bush administration launched an invasion. Good afternoon on my orders. The united states military has begun strikes against al-qaeda terrorist training camps and military installations of the taliban regime in afghanistan and it led to the long standing twenty year war. That is still ongoing. Technically these carefully targeted actions designed to disrupt the use of afghanistan as a terrorist base of operations and to attack the military capability of the taliban regime. The us never really gained a military win. Did push the taliban out and The taliban kept fighting back and making their own certain gains and so there was never really a big military win. You know. there's there's elections and there's a democratic government in theory although it's very corrupt and there's tons of issues. Have there been improvements. Yes but is the overall situation solved right. The thing that the us really went into fight After a while i it was remove al qaeda and the taliban then it was sort of transforming afghanistan. Looks like that first mission somewhat succeeded. The second mission is not despite that lack of success. President biden in april made this announcement to withdraw all troops from the country by september eleven of this year period. We cannot continue the cycle of extending or expanding our military presence in afghanistan hoping to create ideal conditions for the drawl and expecting a different result. This was an announcement that drew a lot of blowback from critics from some experts. Saying it's hasty and would lead to violence and embolden the taliban as the. Us has been withdrawing troops over the past couple months. Have we seen that fear come true yes no i mean i think it was always clear that as you know. American and foreign troops left afghanistan. The taliban would take over certain regions and they have as by some estimates. They've taken two hundred districts. Many of them in the north of afghanistan which is traditionally the power center base really for the government So it's not that in the sensitive surprise what a surprise surprises how swiftly. They've done it and they've done it in some areas where you know. They're afghan troops put down their arms or that weren't really you know well guarded over the weekend. Afghan government troops in the north of the country abandoned their posts and fled to neighboring tajikistan. The reason a taliban advanced they felt they were ill equipped to oppose. The taliban has struggled to take over many cities. They've tried but they've been rebuffed so far and so what we're seeing right now as maybe heading towards a stalemate in afghanistan where the taliban has made these initial gains the afghan government and others are sort of pushing back. And then we'll be you know at a at an equilibrium. Let's say which could make the negotiations Even harder because the taliban away seems to be looking for a military advantage so they can make a political deal a diplomatic deal on their terms if that is no longer the case. Let's say where you know. The afghan government and the taliban are kind of fifty fifty. That's not going to be the case. But roughly there then does the taliban really think about a diplomatic strategy or do they push on and then we haven't a longer ongoing civil war but this time of course without the us and foreign troops in the middle of it. You mentioned negotiations. Obviously the biden administration has pushed for a diplomatic approach. Here Over the weekend there was this. Big meeting with delegations from both the afghan government and the taliban to discuss a path toward peace. You and your new newsletter have exclusive interviews with the us's special envoy for afghanistan and afghanistan's national security adviser about at all and people can find a link to that in our show notes. But alex what happened during those talks this weekend. And what sort of progress has there been in negotiations. Yeah it's yet. Another set of talks between kabul and its allies and the taliban and this was a very senior level delegation writes. There were some high hopes for this meeting in the end. You know not too much has come out of it. We there was a joint declaration. Saying look you know. They want to accelerate the pace of discussions. In other words. You know maybe trying to reach a solution sooner rather than later especially as foreign troops including american troops are leaving and the taliban. I'm told by a source familiar. Offered a three thousand prisoner swap right. So three thousand prisoners released each and a ceasefire during aid Which is currently not agreed to win. Kabul is thinking about this right now but this is sort of where we're at you know we're still at the. Hey can we exchanged prisoners. Can we not. We're not really at the. What does the future afghan government look. Like and i know speaking to u s and afghan officials at. They're pretty upset at the slow pace of these negotiations. So what is the next step. Look like in your eyes as you said. The taliban appears to be advancing in hopes of getting some leverage. They're still this back and forth. Violence like wear will things ultimately end up because a stalemate isn't sustainable in the long term right. I mean in a way. We've had a true stalemate over twenty years right. There was a time where the. Us did push out the taliban but they came back and there are countries around including pakistan that have interest in allegedly and keeping the taliban around. So i don't really expect you know the taliban to win outright militarily i think the the us and others are right that Sort of fall of kabul is not inevitable. It could happen. Don't get me wrong But at the moment it does seem like there is a bit of a stacey. So there could be a stasis that could change of course and if that's the case then what i think will happen is it will be a big disagreement between washington and kabul over the diplomacy. Because right now this is the main part of the american strategy right help. Broker this diplomatic deal between the taliban afghanistan but the afghan government is saying look. The taliban is pursuing a military first strategy. You know they're not really playing ball they don't really want to engage with us They're doing nothing to make peace now. We'll a stalemate lead to the taliban to reconsider possibly many people would say no What it could mean. Then as that as negotiations drag out as the war drags out kabul in washington sort of start to differ on you know we try diplomacy thing and it didn't work out so I expect turbulence ahead. What does that mean for. The people living in afghanistan more horror. Unfortunately you're expecting more war. You're expecting a lot more time in between maybe having a functioning government versus not having one right now You're expecting little help from outside forces that have more you know air support and firepower right now. It seems like when the us will get involved in afghanistan it will be for counterterrorism missions. Not for anti-taliban missions. We'll see if that changes over time but you know for the moment feinman afghanistan. I'm worried about the future of my country. Because i will maybe expecting more war maybe expecting more political strife and frankly no resolutions of the problems that the us went into solve twenty years ago. So what does that mean for. The biden administration because they decided to pull out there putting diplomacy first but a diplomatic solution. If it's even possible seems so far away. Will this be a loss for the white house. You know it really depends like if kabul falls on biden's watch. There's no question that people are going to blame him right. Because he's the one who made the decision to withdraw. Us troops leading nato to poets troops and others. You know he. His whole thing is look. We tried the military solution. It didn't work. We're going to try to broker some sort of deal and in fact the. Us has more flexibility to broker a deal. Because we're not in the war and so we can sort of be on both sides or at least not have our troops in harm's way and so we can be frank with both sides That is all well and good as long as taliban does not take over by force so if that happens i think everyone's going to quickly jump on biden and say this was a failure However if you sort of muddle through or if there is even a small Even incremental progress on the diplomatic front that leads to some sort of mean even future power sharing agreement between kabul and taliban then i think people will say look by made the right call. He got troops out of harm's way and there isn't political progress. I don't think anyone truly believes that the us can make this fundamental massive change in afghanistan. There are some critics who say that. But i think the majority of people realize that america's ability to influence the future politics future life in afghanistan is quite limited at this point. The question is what was the best way to make. Progress and biden has put all his eggs in the diplomatic basket. Alex ward victims for talking with me. Of course things are adamant. Alex ward is the author of politicos new national security daily newsletter. You can sign up for that at politico dot com slash newsletters. Also today. candida is planning to ease border restrictions for fully vaccinated travelers from the us on august ninth before loosening restrictions for people from other countries. A month later. The trudeau government's announcement on monday followed months of pressure on ottawa and washington to ease the rules on non essential travel. A major unanswered question at this point is how and when the biden administration will go back its own measures at the shared border and a federal judge has handed down the first felony sentence in january insurrection on monday. Us district judge randolph. Moss sent thirty eight year old. Paul hodgkin's of tampa to prison for eight months for obstructing congress's effort to tabulate and certify. The electoral vote as imposed the sentence. Moss said hodgkin's sent a profound and dangerous message by raising the trump flag on the senate floor saying quote the symbolism of that act is unmistakable and that people have to know that assaulting the united states capitol and impeding the democratic process. Even if you don't come bearing arms will have consequences. Episode of politico dispatch included music composed by brake master cylinder. If you like what you're hearing and want to help us out. Tell a friend to check out the show. I'm jeremy siegel. Thanks for listening..

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"judge randolph" Discussed on 5 Things

5 Things

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"judge randolph" Discussed on 5 Things

"Come more than a month. After the runoff election. A man has fallen to his death. While hiking in utah adrienne vander quiz was hiking with the nine year. Old song of his fiancee. When he fell in provo canyon at the word. He said the child was then alone for hours and had to climb down the mountain by himself and the tampa. Bay buccaneers will again celebrate their super bowl win from earlier. This year. The tom brady led team is heading to the white house on tuesday. It's been a little over six months. Since the january sixth insurrection at the us capitol investigations and court proceedings continue into the attack that left five people dead and ultimately a second impeachment for then president donald trump. At least five hundred thirty. Five people were charged in the first six months after the breach according to the justice department. One hundred sixty five have been accused of assaulting resisting or impeding officers and more than fifty people have been charged with using a deadly or dangerous weapon or causing serious bodily injury to an officer and on monday. A florida man became the first felon sentence for his role in the insurrection. Thirty eight year. Old poll hodgkin's pled guilty to obstruction of an official proceeding for interrupting congress's count of electoral college votes. He was sentenced to eight months behind bars after taking pictures in the senate chamber and holding a flag supporting former president. Donald trump a judge called waving that flag a sign of loyalty to a single person. Instead of the country and democracy. The capital attack came after a speech from trump to his supporters and baseless claims of election fraud in now president. Joe biden's election win the hodgkin's sentence could set the bar for the horde of sentences still to come his judge randolph. Moss said he grappled with sentencing hodgkin's for his individual behavior instead of the more violent and destructive writers around him. Moss noted that hodgkin's had no criminal record and was among the first to plead guilty while cooperating with investigators he got less than the sentencing guidelines of fifteen to twenty one months in prison. It's not clear if some of the more violent attackers will get more time but prosecutors have repeatedly called the incident domestic terrorism which could be critical for future sentences. Hodgkin's was one of the first twelve defendants to reach plea bargain with prosecutors. Two of them charged with misdemeanors have been sentenced one to six months in prison the other two three years of probation. Jeff bezos is ready for liftoff. The amazon.

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"judge randolph" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"judge randolph" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Who can safely be vaccinated against covert nineteen to do so white house press secretary jen psaki says people who are vaccinated can still get sick but they are not dying from the disease. Ninety nine point five percent of people being hospitalized and dying of covet are not vaccinated the individuals who who are Who have been have gotten covert. I should say a number of these individuals. We've been talking about from public. Manner have been getting. Mild cases have not been hospitalized That's of course no one's preference to get any form but they've been eysenck automatic and that is showing that the vaccine is actually working. health officials. Say only forty nine percent of the. Us population is fully vaccinated against covert a leader of the right wing extremist group. The peril boys has pleaded guilty to burning a black lives matter flag and weapons offenses in rica. toro faces up to one hundred and eighty days in jail for each of two counts. Plus a fine. Dario was arrested in washington. Dc just days before the january sixth attack on the us capitol. He did not participate in the insurrection. A florida man who took a selfie all. Us senate floor during the deadly riot has been sentenced to eight months in prison. Paul hodgkin's is the first defendant in the case to be sentenced for felony offense. Npr's ryan lucas has more. Paul hodgkins pleaded guilty to one count of obstructing inefficient preceding in court for sentencing hearing hodgkin's expressed remorse and said he took full responsibility for his quote foolish decision u s district. Court judge randolph. Moss said the attack on the capital was a threat to democracy and utterly unacceptable but he had to several factors to determine hodgkin sentence including the fact that he didn't engage in violence or destroy property on january sixth and that hodgkin's was among the first to plead guilty ultimately judge moss sentence hodgkin's to eight months in prison and two years of probation ryan lucas. Npr news washington the threat of thunderstorms and lightning prompted oregon officials to ask for wildfire crews from outside the pacific northwest region to prepare for additional places. Resources are already largely devoted to a massive fire in the state that has grown to a the size of rhode island the five hundred thirty seven square mile bootleg fire burning three hundred miles. Southeast portland is being fueled by extreme weather conditions around twenty five hundred. Afghans will be housed at a military base in virginia until the state department. Resettles them the evacuees will arrive in the us. Before the end of the month they include seven hundred afghans who worked as interpreters and other support personnel during the twenty year. Us let war against the taliban and al-qaeda meanwhile the afghan government says at least three rockets landed near the presidential palace. Today there were no immediate reports of injuries. No group has claimed responsibility for the incident. You're listening to npr. News interim haitian leader claude. Joseph says he's stepping down. Joseph has been in control of the embattled caribbean nation since the july seventh. Assassination of president giovanelli. Moe's hill handover power to oreo on anri melissa's handpicked successor. Who has international support. Ben and jerry says it will no longer sell its ice cream. In the israeli occupied palestinian territories vermont based company is also ending its relationship with its local manufacturer in israel. npr's daniel estrin reports from jerusalem. A company statement said it is quote inconsistent with our values for ben and jerry's to be sold in the occupied palestinian territory. It said it will keep selling in israel but won't renew it's license with an israeli manufacturer of ben and jerry's locally. It's unclear if the company means to block sales to palestinian consumers and jewish settlers occupied territory. Or how it would. This follows a pro palestinian campaign protesting ben and jerry's sales in settlements israeli prime minister enough tally bennett called the move. Anti israeli. the foreign minister said his antisemitic and called on. Us states with laws. against israel. boycotts to sanction. Ben and jerry's daniel estrin. Npr news jerusalem amazon founder. Jeff bezos and three others will blast off in a few hours for an eleven minute to the edge of space bazo send companions are set to fly from a desert side in west texas aboard a rocket built by his company blue origin. The trip comes just nine days after fellow billionaire. Richard branson took a similar trip. This is npr news support..

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"judge randolph" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"judge randolph" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news. I'm shay stevens. A florida man who took a selfie on the us senate floor during the deadly us capitol riot has been sentenced to eight months in prison. Paul hodgkin's is the first defendant in the case to be sentenced for felony offense. Npr's ryan lucas reports. Paul hodgkin's pleaded guilty to one count of obstructing inefficient preceding in court for a sentencing hearing hodgkin's expressed remorse and said he took full responsibility for his quote foolish decision. Us district court judge randolph. Moss said the attack on the capital was a threat to democracy and utterly unacceptable but he had to weigh several factors to determine hodgkin sentence including the fact that he didn't engage in violence or destroy property on january sixth and that hodgkin's was among the first to plead guilty ultimately judge moss sentence hodgkin's to eight months in prison and two years of probation ryan lucas. Npr news washington house. Republican leader kevin mccarthy has picked five republicans to sit on the new thirteen member select committee to investigate the deadly attack on the us. Capital all five. Lawmakers have backed former president trump and three of them voted against certifying. Joe biden's victory in the november twenty twenty election. A guantanamo bay detainee has been transferred from cuba to morocco as npr's sasha pfeiffer reports the move signals a renewed effort to shrink the population of the highly controversial prison and possibly close it entirely fifty-six-year-old abdullatif nassar spent nineteen years at guantanamo despite never being charged his release to his home country is an additional sign. Biden is picking up where president obama left off by clearing gitmo prisoners for transfer that process basically froze under president. Trump bernard. Harcourt is one of nasser's attorneys everything that's coming out of. The budget administration both from the department of state. Our defense is that the by administration's going to close guantanamo and this is the first step and it's a really important first step but nassar's lawyers blasted the government for letting him languish in prison so long especially since he was cleared for transfer five years ago his release means thirty. Nine men remained in prison. Gitmo sasha pfeiffer. Npr news the justice department is challenging a bankruptcy plan for purdue farmer the maker of oxycontin in a court filing the doj claims. The deal would protect too many people from liability from the company's role in the opioid epidemic. Npr's ryan man has details. The division of the doj that serves as a watchdog over federal bankruptcy courts says the deal improperly shields hundreds and possibly thousands of people from opioid lawsuits members of the sackler family who owned purdue pharma have promised to pay roughly four point three billion dollars but the doj points out a lot of the people gaining this immunity won't have to pay anything npr's. Brian man me. A confirmation hearing for the purdue pharma. Bankruptcy plan is scheduled for august ninth. This is npr news. Interim haitian prime minister claude. Joseph says he's stepping down. Joses have been in control of the embattled caribbean nation since the july seventh. Assassination of president. Juvenal louise he'll hand over power to reo on re melissa's handpicked successor. Who has international support. Singapore has reported its highest daily. Tally of corona virus infections. Since last august one hundred sixty three note new locally transmitted cases were recorded there today as a growing cluster of infections stalls the return to normal life. Npr's julie mccarthy reports at most countries in the region are experiencing their worst outbreak since the pandemic began the delta variant is sweeping across southeast asia with devastating effect worst hit indonesia reported more daily corona virus infections over the weekend than india and brazil. Fifty two thousand new cases were reported saturday. A number that dropped to forty four thousand monday but even immunologists in the region cautioned that because testing is so weak in indonesia. The numbers reported underestimate the true scale of the pandemic in thailand. The caseload has risen to four hundred thousand a more than ten-fold increase since mid april in vietnam a rare developing economy that had contained the virus cases are now spiralling with fewer than one percent of its citizens vaccinated julie mccarthy npr news us futures are in positive territory at this hour following wall street's worst trading day since october. I'm shay stevens. This is npr news..

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"judge randolph" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"judge randolph" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"The capital and he made it all the way to the floor of the us senate as you can see in this captured by luke moguls of the new yorker. Hodgkin's brought goggles gloves and a rope with him. Pled guilty to one. Felony count of obstructing official proceeding admitting he was trying to stop the constitutional process of congress. Certifying the election in sentencing. Hodgkin's today federal judge randolph. Moss noted that he was also carrying a trump flag. This symbolism is on mistake about the judge declared in that act he captured the threat to democracy we all witnessed he was staking claim on the floor of the us senate not with an american flag but with the flag of a single individual over the nation hodgkin's who prosecutors acknowledged committed. No active violence spoke with remorse and regret. I put passionate before my principles which resulted in me violating the law for the first time in my life he said adding i wish to state that i completely acknowledge it except that joseph r biden junior is rightfully and respectfully the president of the united states. Prosecutors wanted the sentence of eighteen months in prison. The defense asked for house arrest in the end. Judge moss todd skins to eight months in prison two years probation already. Terry moran live in washington. Tonight and terry. More than two hundred people have been charged with felonies stemming from the attack on the capital and this first sentence today could perhaps give a sense of the level of punishment that might be possible and some of these cases. That's right david and many of the people who attacked this capital. Try to stop the election day. Face much more serious charges. Weapons charges assaulting police officers and the like and based on the sentence that paul hodgkin's received today they are looking at hard time in federal prison. David terry miranda the capitol tonight terry thank you tonight. President biden backtracking after what he said about facebook on friday. The president clearly frustrated with the amount of misinformation on the virus and vaccines costs social media. The president taking aim at facebook. And here's what he said. Friday the people look only pandemic. We have is among unvaccinated. They're killing people.

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"judge randolph" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"judge randolph" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news in washington. I'm jack speer. Stocks fell sharply today amid concerns about a new spike in corona virus infections. Npr's scott horsely reports. The dow jones industrial average tumbled more than two percent investors are rattled by the rapid rise in new cova cases in countries where vaccines are not widely available and in parts of the united states. Where people have been slow to get the shots. The sharp drop in. Us stocks follows a similar selloff in overseas markets. Stock prices are plunging despite. What's expected to be a strong season of corporate profits s and p global intelligence predicts that earnings in nearly every industry. We'll show gains from a year ago. Oil prices also dropped sharply after opec and other big producers agreed to gradually expand output to meet rising demand that should help to lower the cost of gasoline. Though prices at the pump have not fallen yet scott horsely. Npr news washington also especially hard hit on this punishing day on the global financial markets airlines and cruise ship companies. Looking at the numbers. The dow dropped seven hundred and twenty five points today. The nasdaq was down one hundred and fifty two points. The s&p five hundred fell sixty eight points to end the session at forty to fifty eight a florida man who walked onto the floor of the us senate during the capital riot has been sense to eight months in federal prison as npr's ryan lucas reports. Paul hodgkin's is diverse january. Six defendant be sense for felony offense. Paul hodgkin's pleaded guilty to one count of obstructing inefficient preceding in court for sentencing hearing hodgkin's expressed remorse and said he took full responsibility for his quote foolish decision. Us district court judge randolph. Moss said the attack on the capital was a threat to democracy and utterly unacceptable but he had to several factors to determine hodgkin sentence including the fact that he didn't engage in violence or destroy property on january sixth and that hodgkin's was among the first to plead guilty ultimately judge moss sentence hodgkin's to eight months in prison and two years of probation ryan lucas. Npr news washington president. Joe biden this clarifying his previous statement that facebook is killing people. Npr's rosemary misteri reports on. What the president says he really meant. Reporters press biden about his remark during a white house. Press conference he says. The comment was not meant to be taken literally facebook telling people these twelve people were out there giving misinformation anyone listening to it is getting hurt by his killing. People spanned information. My hope is that facebook instead of taking the person that somehow i'm saying facebook. Is kelly people that they would do something about the misinformation binds initial comments were made in response to a recent report that found most vaccine misinformation originated from twelve people on facebook. The social media platform has been pushing back denying culpability rosemary. Ms dairy npr news. You're listening to npr. Ben and jerry's ice cream says it will no longer sell its ice cream. In the israeli occupied palestinian territories it's also ending its relationship with local manufacturer in israel. Npr's daniel estrin reports from jerusalem. A company statement said it is quote inconsistent with our values for ben and jerry's to be sold in the occupied palestinian territory. It said it will keep selling in israel but won't renew it's license with an israeli manufacturer of ben and jerry's locally. It's unclear if the company means to block sales to palestinian consumers and jewish settlers occupied territory. Or how it would. This follows a pro palestinian campaign protesting ben and jerry's sales in settlements israeli prime minister tally bennett called the move. Anti israeli. the foreign minister said it's antisemitic and called on. Us states with laws. against israel. boycotts to sanction. Ben and jerry's daniel estrin npr news jerusalem fully vaccinated. Us citizens will be allowed to travel across the border to canada effective next month and people from other parts of the world who received their shots will be allowed in early september canadian officials announcing that as of august ninth americans were fully vaccinated are currently residing the us who no longer be required to spend fourteen days in quarantine public safety minister. Bill blair said today that a date for fully vaccinated canadians to cross the landlord. The us still isn't known canadians can currently fly into the us. Crude oil futures prices closed down today. Oil down five dollars and thirty. Nine cents bailed end the session at sixty six dollars. Forty two cents a barrel in new york. I'm jack speer. Npr news in washington..

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"judge randolph" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"judge randolph" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Um, I want to bring up a new story that I saw in the epic times this week about, uh, a judge in Washington, D. C. The headline is utterly unacceptable. Judge Blasts D C jail for not allowing January six Capital Defendant Access to evidence A federal judge in Washington D. C. Faulting the district jail on Thursday for failing to provide evidence to the defendant who was arrested for allegedly being involved in the January six capital breach and he's been held there for months. The guy's name is Jordan Mink, the defendant. He was indicted on several federal charges, including destruction of government property. And theft has been held in this jail since January. He's been there ever since, and officials have alleged mink used a baseball bat to smash the windows at the Capitol. And then passed furniture through the smashed windows to the crowd outside the judge Randolph Moss, saying at the court hearing this past Thursday, I quote I can't allow someone to sit in prison for this long without access to material accusing the jail of behavior that was quote utterly unacceptable and not consistent with due process. How rare is this story? I mean, And I feel like there's a lot of people who are probably deserve a look like from a judge like this. I mean these prosecutors, Biden's Department of Justice and FBI are using his justification to keep these people in prison. That they found Lego sets at their house. Think about that, right? I saw one of the one of the people who were accused of going into the capital had a Lego set of the Capitol building, and it was included two included in the charging documents as evidence that they had some sort of intent to go into the build. I mean, it's the most preposterous thing you can imagine it. They initially said that it had been assembled and then they had to correct and say, Oh, no, it was still in that they even lied about a Lego sets. So that's the extent that they're willing to go to force this narrative to punish these patriotic Americans, And it's the prosecutors and the prosecutors in the Department of Justice. Actually, you're asking for $1.6 billion line item in the budget to pay for it a database to keep track of all of their evidence. They're not letting anybody see from January six. And is, you know, and it's just continues with the narrative because you know, because of January six. Now Nancy pollutes by Pelosi's secret Stasi force known as the Capitol police. Now she wants to deploy them into the states into flyover country to monitor threats. They're not answerable to anybody except Nancy Pelosi, And historically they basically just, you know, put the That smell, you know, sweaty tours through the metal detectors of the capital. Interest is it's pretty simple job, but now she's basically want to turn them into some kind of stodgy force going around the country investigating people that she doesn't like. The Capitol police. His mission is now everywhere else but the capital. It's kind of amazing, Matt Brainer. Thank you for your perspective on this. And again that rally you can find out more about it at Look ahead. America dot org slash rally Matt. Good to talk to you, sir. Thanks for having me Alright. 4 45 now. W ml trafficking, whether every 10 minutes first on the five Here's Ed Rodriguez in the hottie carpet cleaning traffic.

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"judge randolph" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"judge randolph" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Favorite diner radio because that's good but it also succeeds within the department store short -partment store restaurant. That's a really good comparison. I mean we don't want to put the creation of the content is the important part here and we all know that can be great and everything. But that's a great analogy earn us all right jami and the us defense department reached an agreement to remove jami from a list of firms barred from us investments. The defense department puts on me on the list back in november identifying it as a communist chinese military company the listing would have led to yami being removed from us stock exchanges and also global benchmark indexes however jami challenged the listing in court and us district judge randolph contraire us issued an initial injunction holding up implementation. A filing in. Us court said the us and jami have now agreed to resolve the issue without the need for litigation. And we'll file a joint proposal. Would the court before may twentieth earlier this week. The us extended a twenty nineteen executive order barring use of wow always networking equipment by us companies. So xiaomi while way to different stories for sure also wednesday the us senate. Commerce committee will vote to send a bipartisan. Bill targeting chinese tech to the floor it would spend one hundred billion dollars on domestic research and development. Us colleges universities and regional tech hubs and increase sanctions on china. So this is the us. Recalibrating zhao was an overreach and they the new administration took time to evaluate. That and has now decided. Yeah okay. I think we're cool taking jami off that list. But they're not taking a bunch of others off the list you know like you said always not going anywhere It's it's it's staying on that list. So i don't think this is the. Us leading up pressure on china. In this way For good or ill. I do think this is the us sort of Refocusing and saying okay. What what do we really wanna pursue here. Well yeah but also. I mean i is gonna be misconstrued misconstrue to somehow political approval but i liked the idea that not all these companies are the same. Why would they be. It's it's easy to say. Well you know one. Chinese company intact is like all chinese company. Even the previous administration did not ban every single chinese company exactly vases discriminating based on whatever the real reasons are seems like the right way to do it so get on them and maybe the others will see the light of day. I don't know maybe not. Some of them were kind of agreed. It'll be hard to but and the other side of this if you were an investor in jail me or customer of jami and you were worried because you were worried about you know this entity list. I'm making it through court or whatever that goes away. There's there's probably not going to be a court case. We'll find out for sure may twentieth when the settlement put before the judgement sounds like they're going to resolve that. Hey folks if you need a little more explanation on big tech topics like five g or latency and bandwidth or this week. We've got an episode about wi fi six come into our related show. No a little more. If you'd like to know a little more about wi fi six and a bunch of other things go subscribe at no a little more dot com. What does it to end cyber attacks..

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"judge randolph" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"judge randolph" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Favorite diner radio because that's good but it also succeeds within the department store short -partment store restaurant. That's a really good comparison. I mean we don't want to put the creation of the content is the important part here and we all know that can be great and everything. But that's a great analogy earn us all right jami and the us defense department reached an agreement to remove jami from a list of firms barred from us investments. The defense department puts on me on the list back in november identifying it as a communist chinese military company the listing would have led to yami being removed from us stock exchanges and also global benchmark indexes however jami challenged the listing in court and us district judge randolph contraire us issued an initial injunction holding up implementation. A filing in. Us court said the us and jami to resolve the issue without the need for litigation. And we'll file a joint proposal. Would the court before may twentieth earlier this week. The us extended a twenty nineteen executive order barring use of wow always networking equipment by us companies so xiaomi while way two different stories for sure also wednesday. The us senate. Commerce committee will vote to send a bipartisan. Bill targeting chinese tech to the floor it would spend one hundred billion dollars on domestic research and development. Us colleges universities and regional tech hubs and increase sanctions on china. Yeah so this is the. Us recalibrating zhao was an overreach and they. The new administration took time to evaluate that and has now decided. Yeah okay. I think we're cool taking jami off that list. But they're not taking a bunch of others off the list. Know like you said always not going anywhere It's it's it's staying on that list. So i don't think this is the. Us leading up pressure on china. In this way For good or ill. I do think this is the us sort of Refocusing and saying okay. What what do we really wanna pursue here. Well yeah but also. I mean i is gonna be misconstrued misconstrue to somehow political approval but i liked the idea that not all these companies are the same. Why would they be. It's it's easy to say. Well you know one. Chinese company intact is like all chinese company. Even the previous administration did not ban. Every single chinese company exactly phases. Yeah exactly discriminating. Based on whatever the real reasons are seems like the right way to do it so get on them and maybe the others will see the light of day. I don't know maybe not. Some of them were kind of agreed. It'll be hard to but and the other side of this if you were an investor in jail me or customer of jami and you were worried because you were worried about you know this entity list. I'm making it through court or whatever that goes away. There's there's probably not going to be a court case. We'll find out for sure may twentieth when the settlement put before the judgement sounds like they're going to resolve that. Hey folks if you need a little more explanation on big tech topics like five g or latency and bandwidth or this week. We've got an episode about wi fi six come into our related show. No a little more. If you'd like to know a little more about wi fi six and a bunch of other things go subscribe at no a little more dot com. What does it to end cyber attacks..

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"judge randolph" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"judge randolph" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Radio because that's good but it also succeeds within the department store short. That's an apartment store restaurant. That's a really good comparison. I mean we don't want to put the creation of the content is the important part here and we all know that can be great and everything. But that's a great analogy. Earn us all right. Jami and the us defense department reached an agreement to remove jami from a list of firms barred from us investments. The defense department puts on me on the list back in november identifying it as a communist chinese military company the listing would have led to yami being removed from us stock exchanges and also global benchmark indexes however jami challenged the listing in court and us district judge randolph contraire us issued an initial injunction holding up implementation. A filing in. Us court said the us and jami resolve the issue without the need for litigation. And we'll file a joint proposal. Would the court before may twentieth earlier this week. The us extended a twenty nineteen executive order barring use of wow always networking equipment by us companies. So xiaomi while way to different stories for sure also wednesday the us senate. Commerce committee will vote to send a bipartisan. Bill targeting chinese tech to the floor it would spend one hundred billion dollars on domestic research and development. Us colleges universities and regional tech hubs and increase sanctions on china. Yeah so this is the. Us recalibrating zhao was an overreach and they. The new administration took time to evaluate that and has now decided. Yeah okay. I think we're cool taking jami off that list. But they're not taking a bunch of others off the list like you said always not going anywhere It's it's it's staying on that list. So i don't think this is the. Us leading up pressure on china. In this way For good or ill. I do think this is the us sort of Refocusing and saying okay. What what do we really wanna pursue here. Well yeah but also. I mean i is gonna be misconstrued misconstrue to somehow political approval but i liked the idea that not all these companies are the same. Why would they be. It's it's easy to say. Well you know one. Chinese company intact is like all chinese company. Even the previous administration did not ban. Every single chinese company exactly phases. Yeah exactly discriminating. Based on whatever the real reasons are seems like the right way to do it so get on them and maybe the others will see the light of day. I don't know maybe not. Some of them were kind of agreed. It'll be hard to but and the other side of this if you were an investor in jail me or customer of jami and you were worried because you were worried about you know this entity list. I'm making it through court or whatever that goes away. There's there's probably not going to be a court case. We'll find out for sure may twentieth when the settlement put before the judgement sounds like they're going to resolve that. Hey folks if you need a little more explanation on big tech topics like five g or latency and bandwidth or this week. We've got an episode about wi fi six come into our related show. No a little more. If you'd like to know a little more about wi fi six and a bunch of other things go subscribe at no a little more dot com. What does it to end cyber attacks..

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"judge randolph" Discussed on Daily Tech News Showhttps://dailytechnewsshow.com/

Daily Tech News Showhttps://dailytechnewsshow.com/

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"judge randolph" Discussed on Daily Tech News Showhttps://dailytechnewsshow.com/

"Radio because that's good but it also succeeds within the department store short. That's an apartment store restaurant. That's a really good comparison. I mean we don't want to put the creation of the content is the important part here and we all know that can be great and everything. But that's a great analogy earners all right jami and the. Us defense department reached an agreement to remove jami from a list of firms barred from us. Investments the defense department on me on the list back in november identifying it as a communist chinese military company the listing would have led to yami being removed from us stock exchanges and also global benchmark indexes however jami challenged the listing in court and us district judge randolph contraire us issued an initial injunction holding up implementation. A filing in. Us court said the us and jami have now agreed to resolve the issue without the need for litigation. And we'll file a joint proposal. Would the court before may twentieth earlier this week. The us extended a twenty nineteen executive order barring use of wow always networking equipment by us companies. So xiaomi while way to different stories for sure also wednesday the us senate. Commerce committee will vote to send a bipartisan. Bill targeting chinese tech to the floor it would spend one hundred billion dollars on domestic research and development. Us colleges universities and regional tech hubs and increase sanctions on china. Yeah so this is the. Us recalibrating zhao was an overreach and they. The new administration took time to evaluate that and has now decided. Yeah okay. I think we're cool taking jami off that list. But they're not taking a bunch of others off the list like you said always not going anywhere It's it's it's staying on that list. So i don't think this is the. Us leading up pressure on china. In this way For good or ill. I do think this is the us sort of Refocusing and saying okay. What what do we really wanna pursue here. Well yeah but also. I mean i is gonna be misconstrued misconstrue to somehow political approval but i liked the idea that not all these companies are the same. Why would they be. It's it's easy to say. Well you know one. Chinese company intact is like all chinese company. Even the previous administration did not ban. Every single chinese company exactly phases. Yeah exactly discriminating. Based on whatever the real reasons are seems like the right way to do it so get on them and maybe the others will see the light of day. I don't know maybe not. Some of them were kind of agreed. It'll be hard to but and the other side of this if you were an investor in jail me or customer of jami and you were worried because you were worried about you know this entity list. I'm making it through court or whatever that goes away. There's there's probably not going to be a court case. We'll find out for sure may twentieth when the settlement put before the judgement sounds like they're going to resolve that. Hey folks if you need a little more explanation on big tech topics like five g or latency and bandwidth or this week. We've got an episode about wi fi six come into our related show. No a little more. If you'd like to know a little more about wi fi six and a bunch of other things go subscribe at no a little more dot com. What does it to end cyber attacks..

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"judge randolph" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"judge randolph" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"And i show me and show me snapchat win context and i don't think you can beat them at that game but i do think there are. People are like yeah. I just don't want to us tiktok pickup snapchat But i do want to see some of those funny videos. Shorts may be good at that. It will never beat tiktok or snapchat or even reels but it could just be a persistent window to feature that content to say like. Hey if you wanna see some of the funny stuff on tiktok without having to become a tiktok user here it is and that might be successful enough for youtube point. I don't know that you need to pay people for that. I say yeah. Part of it will be the app experience on mobile Because part of the reason tiktok is outside the algorithm is is the app to beat at the moment is it's just flick flick flick them. Bam boom follow. Don't follow whatever and and youtube and instagram for that matter. You've got this issue of like all right. Where's the button for the. Where's the rest of it and tried to center it. So that's cool. That mobile experience is going to have a lot to say about how the sticks more than desktop. But i could see why if you're on desktop or a notebook or something you just stay and watch them there. Yeah i get that. You're this is going to be a weird analogy but your department store restaurant is never gonna drive out your favorite diner radio because that's good but it also succeeds within the department store. Short apartment store restaurant. That's a really good comparison. I mean we don't want to put the creation of the content is the important part here and we all know that can be great and everything. But that's a great analogy earn us all right jami and the us defense department reached an agreement to remove jami from a list of firms barred from us investments. The defense department on me on the list back in november identifying it as a communist chinese military company the listing would have led to yami being removed from us stock exchanges and also global benchmark indexes however jami challenged the listing in court and us district. Judge randolph contraire us issued an initial injunction holding up implementation. A filing in. Us court said the us and jami have now agreed to resolve the issue without the need for litigation. And we'll file a joint proposal. Would the court before may twentieth earlier this week. The us extended a twenty nineteen executive order barring use of wow always networking equipment by us companies so xiaomi while way two different stories for sure also wednesday. The us senate. Commerce committee will vote to send a bipartisan. Bill targeting chinese tech to the floor it would spend one hundred billion dollars on domestic research and development. Us colleges universities and regional tech hubs and increase sanctions on china. Yeah so this is the. Us recalibrating zhao was an overreach and they. The new administration took time to evaluate that and has now decided. Yeah okay..

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Only woman on U.S. death row gets reprieve

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00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Only woman on U.S. death row gets reprieve

"The only woman on federal Jethro has won a major reprieve. Lisa Montgomery was convicted in the 2004 killing of a 23 year old woman whose baby she'd cut out of the eight month old the eight month pregnant victims womb and passed off as her own. NPR's Jen Newman reports a federal court Has put Lisa Montgomery's execution date on hold. Judge Randolph Moss ruled the Justice Department illegally set an execution date of January 12 during the delay caused by Montgomery's attorneys falling ill with covert 19. Following federal guidelines. The ruling likely prevent scheduling the execution before the presidential inauguration next month. President elect Biden opposes the death penalty. NPR's John Newman Montgomery had been scheduled to be put to death in the Federal Correctional Complex and Terra Haute, Indiana this month. Her attorneys have been working on a clemency petition.

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Only woman on U.S. death row gets reprieve

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00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Only woman on U.S. death row gets reprieve

"A judge orders a delay in the execution of a woman on federal death row potentially setting up a scenario where won't happen at all. Lisa montgomery was originally set to be executed this month at the federal correctional complex in terre haute indiana but her attorneys contracted krono virus visiting her and asked for more time to file a clemency petition. Us district court judge randolph. Moss issued a stay until the end of the year so the federal bureau of prisons rescheduled it for january twelfth. But moss on friday ruled. The bureau was prohibited from rescheduling the execution while his stay order was in place which means it could be poised to after the biden administration takes office. Montgomery was convicted in the two thousand four strangulation murder of a pregnant woman.

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Judge orders Washington DC psychiatric hospital to isolate patients following facility cases, deaths

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00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Judge orders Washington DC psychiatric hospital to isolate patients following facility cases, deaths

"D. C. St Elizabeth's hospital has seen several deaths from the corona virus outbreak now a judge has ordered the hospital to isolate patients who test positive in an opinion released Saturday a federal judge has ordered Saint Elizabeth's hospital psychiatric facility in DC to isolate all patients exposed to the corona virus the decision was in response to a motion for emergency relief filed on behalf of three patients at St Elizabeth's calling for better practices to keep patients who test positive from having contact with others in the facility seven patients in two staff members have died from the virus and as of Thursday more than one hundred patients and staff members have tested positive in addition to isolation judge Randolph moss is requiring the reporting of numbers and conditions of isolated patients twice a week stating that the hospital's protocol for returning symptomatic patients of the general population is not consistent with CDC standards

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Judge orders DC psychiatric hospital to isolate patients following facility cases, deaths

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00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Judge orders DC psychiatric hospital to isolate patients following facility cases, deaths

"A federal judge has ordered Saint Elizabeth's hospital to isolate patients exposed to the coronavirus after several deaths in the facility St Elizabeth's hospital psychiatric facility in DC was ordered by a federal judge and an opinion Saturday to quarantine all patients exposed to the corona virus separately seven patients and two staff members have died from the virus as of Thursday sixty eight staff members and forty three patients have tested positive the decision was in response to a motion for emergency relief filed on behalf of three patients at St Elizabeth in his opinion judge Randolph moss stated that the continued spread of the virus at the hospital threatens the health and lives of patients and staff in addition to isolation his order requires reporting of numbers and conditions twice a week Valerie bonk

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Judge rules Cuccinelli's appointment unlawful, voiding some orders

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00:56 sec | 3 years ago

Judge rules Cuccinelli's appointment unlawful, voiding some orders

"A federal judge in Washington DC says acting citizenship and immigration services director Ken Cuccinelli was unlawfully appointed to his position and here's James do back reports the judge said two of Cochin Ellie's directives must not be set aside anti immigration hardliner Ken Cuccinelli is one of many officials in an acting position in the trump administration he's been leading the US citizenship and immigration services agency within the department of homeland security since his appointment last summer no judge Randolph moss says the way Cuccinelli took that position was illegal the judge says the because Cuccinelli was not appointed lawfully he did not have the authority to shorten the time asylum seekers have to prepare for interviews with immigration officials the department of homeland security says it disagrees with the court's decision and will be looking closely at the ruling James Toback NPR

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