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A Timeline of the FBI and New York Times Colluding Against Project Veritas

Mark Levin

01:42 min | 2 weeks ago

A Timeline of the FBI and New York Times Colluding Against Project Veritas

"Happened within an hour of one of our reporters homes being secretly raided by the FBI This is project veritas The New York Times who we are currently suing for defamation Contacted project veritas reporter for comment We don't know how The New York Times was aware of the execution of a search warrant and report his home or the subject matter of the search warrant as the grand jury investigation is secret But was leaked by the FBI It was leaked by the FBI to The New York Times To The New York Times days later O'Keefe would have his home rated and sure enough the times once again knew about it before anyone else Are you noticing a pattern Because it's about to become an obvious as obvious as a neon sign Two days ago a court ordered the FBI to stop extracting data from James O'Keeffe's phones Which apparently been seized Again all of this is being done under the allegation that a diary was stolen But then it wasn't stolen by James O'Keefe for his reporters or project veritas if it was stolen at all by the way But then last night things boiled over into outright scandal The New York Times suddenly started publishing privileged communications Privileged communications Between project veritas and its legal team Those messages apparently came from one of O'Keeffe's phones From one of O'Keeffe's phones

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Did the FBI and New York Times Collude Against Project Veritas?

Mark Levin

01:38 min | 2 weeks ago

Did the FBI and New York Times Collude Against Project Veritas?

"Our gloves are on and we're ready for battle It's the way it goes Red state does a very good job Somebody uses the acronym banshee of explaining what the FBI has done the project veritas and more specifically to James O'Keefe and it is another disgrace It's yet another example What's happening to this country The FBI raid a project veritas turns into a massive scandal they write after privileged communications are leaked Project veritas has found itself in the crosshairs of the FBI That began with a raid on the homes of several of its journalists under the guise of looking for Ashley Biden's diary Apparently a stolen diary is now in the purview of federal authorities Will there be investigating the stealing of bicycles next But what was so disturbing besides the raids happening was how quickly The New York Times knew about them While O'Keefe was asked by the FBI to keep quiet The New York Times knew within hours pointing to a leaker within the FBI Quote but while the Department of Justice requested us to not discuss the existence of the subpoena something very unusual happened within an hour of one of our reporters homes being secretly raided by the FBI This is project veritas The New York Times who we are currently suing for defamation Contacted project veritas reporter for comment

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"keefe" Discussed on Green Connections Radio -  Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

05:08 min | Last month

"keefe" Discussed on Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

"Because the country is ready to scale it. I couldn't be more excited about that opportunity and sometimes you know you get them. Throw them when you're working really hard your heads down and you can feel kind of tired. And then he gets to do a podcast with joan and explain. What you've done in your. I feel so excited about the future. So thank you joan. I think we're at a moment and we can do fabulous. I'm delighted to energize you into pull you back. So you get some perspective and see the forest through the trees and what an amazing impact. You're having so. There are a lot of women who would love to have the impact that you're having i get calls and emails and tweets from women who say you know i. I need to use my skills of a sustainable company. Or i to find a way to you know i might companies fine or my job is whatever but it's just it's not feeding me you know so. We like to give career advice to them. So what advice would you give to. A woman who say has twelve fifteen years of experience. Roughly wants to use her education and her experience to make a difference. She wants to make money. Advance has aspirations ambitions. There's so many routes to get there. What advice would you give her. I always give the advice that when given the chance always choose gumption very rarely and has gumption. Let me down. I might have stepped a little too fast but boy i learned something but if i didn't try i didn't. I didn't get the chance to learn so gumption is one and then the second one is don't be afraid to lead as a woman. I think all of us have had phased in life where we might have tried to do it more of a man way right like if i'm going to have to do this maybe i have to model something else a different way. So what is your. What is your women way for me. I'm comfortable with power. Very comfortable with being able to make the decision. But i also love the fact that the company that i built is a not for profit is very much a company and we re thrived because of our humans we are very person driven organization and i think that that is something that women can help bring to leadership is taking care of people and being aggressive with growth are not opposites. In fact i think the most successful path is when they're woven together. Beautifully said beautifully. Said that's really. That's really to refer so any final thoughts before. I let you get back to your menagerie there. I don't want people to give up on recycling. I can understand how they feel. Let down by it. But i think we need to remember that. It isn't a thing it's a it's a connection. It's a series of loosely connected highly dependent networks in has so much potential but we can't expect it to ever be more effective if we don't invest in it and i think we take all this momentum of now we add in the policy that has been missing from our us landscape and in ten years. We could fix it. We have the roadmap We have the return. We have foundations of the infrastructure in this country. We have the perfect personal commitment. And as i said earlier there is no time to be timid about it at the time is now so i encourage everyone not to to give up but to lean into use their voice ask companies in their communities and their leaders to say. It's time to make it work and you can tweet me and i'm ready to help cool and if you don't see a recycling bin ask for one because every time you ask for one matters. I couldn't believe it was at the naval academy the naval academy academy. And i'm like and i'm asking like all the including the head of communications right under and they're like well. I don't think that blue thing over there. No alert will maybe no not so anyway. Thank you for all the you do. Every day. you're brilliant and fabulous and energetic. And i'm so excited well. It was a real treat to talk to you. Excited about this I i can't wait to to hear from people who feel renewed connection themselves because you've certainly given that to me today Thank you so much. So keep harrison the founder and ceo of the recycling partnership so. Do you recycle. If not why. Not tell us on twitter at john michaelson and we will share it with keefe and maybe get you some ways to recycle. We'll also have a drawing of all the responses and the winner will get a complimentary thirty minute coaching session with me. Yours truly so. Please subscribe to our mailing list to stay. Abreast of our talented amazing guests. Like kief are blogs and career advice. i'm john michaelson. Thank you for joining us. See you next time.

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"keefe" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:14 min | Last month

"keefe" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Kirk to get ten dollars off your first purchase of the starter. Bundle james Thank you for the wonderful work that you're doing for our country and can just kinda summarize kind of starting with the hhs whistleblower what you have been revealing to the american people because it was happening so quick. I think some of it got lost in the weight of it. James walk through it well. We released a jody. The hhs was recorded nurses the hhs facility in arizona saying that The code vaccine was causing myocarditis heart issues. Which is not reported to the cdc. That's was claims made by er doctors that hostile. That was our first install. The largest watch most watched video. And project veritas history. But it's the story of fda official bragging about blow darting. African americans show clearly showed you contempt for the american people that was in. Fda official on hidden camera third installment featured. Johnson johnson employees saying they will not give the vaccine kids and saying itself. The number is money and power of questioning the efficacy of the vaccine and you had the fourth installment which is probably the most powerful monday pfizer executive. Admitting the antibodies are stronger than the vaccine. Something that is common sense. But the media won't actually say media. That's disinformation we were recording visor scientists saying and then today's or yesterday's story featuring another whistle blower inside adviser releasing emails from top executives. Saying that they are lying to the people saying to keep secret information about leedle cells using the development of the fis kodak scene and saying they do not want the american consumer to know. This question is why. Don't they want the american renault. This question every american journalists regardless of your politics should be asking because we can all agree in the law of non contradiction whether you're left right democrat republican. We should not support liars. So i think this most recent most powerful because it's a whistle blower on the record sitting down with me talking as a current employee. Fis sharing these emails from her executives and she says that she's not even anti vaccine but she is tired of things being covered up and kind of how this this whole superstructure kind of gets gets complete and total immunity. And so james. Talk about how this is really where the frontier to save the country as the information war. Uncovering the treachery uncovering the deception. This is really where we must focus. Our attention is it. not my friend laura. Logan said something that was pretty profound struck me in might strike youtube. But this is what she told me she said we're effectively at the gates of auschwitz and we are being the sort of token reality is upon us. It may not be exactly the same as it was an end past atrocities. But we're there so. I think the only thing preventing us from from entering the gates is we. The people have to do the journalists after expose them they do not fear government cereal or the fbi who probably targeting you point and that is the reality they don't they don't fear. Don't fear the media. They don't see her so so. I think it's up to us that we have people have to be activated. And he was doing nothing. Matter is nothing ever hackers these people. But i think you have to like you can change one life change people's minds that they need to go about the business of changing the whole world. But you gotta start somewhere. So i'm very like. I said last time i'm very optimistic. Because it may take something like this. These lies these deceptions may take this to wake people up. And sometimes it's darkness before the dawn that the melissa and jodi our current federal employees pharmaceutical insiders. I've never seen anyone ever seen a pharmaceutical investigation. My his lord american history now and now. The new york times is not doing any of this. None of the corporate media is doing this project..

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Pfizer Exposed: Unpacking Multiple Vaccine Bombshells with James O' Keefe

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:54 min | Last month

Pfizer Exposed: Unpacking Multiple Vaccine Bombshells with James O' Keefe

"James Thank you for the wonderful work that you're doing for our country and can just kinda summarize kind of starting with the hhs whistleblower what you have been revealing to the american people because it was happening so quick. I think some of it got lost in the weight of it. James walk through it well. We released a jody. The hhs was recorded nurses the hhs facility in arizona saying that The code vaccine was causing myocarditis heart issues. Which is not reported to the cdc. That's was claims made by er doctors that hostile. That was our first install. The largest watch most watched video. And project veritas history. But it's the story of fda official bragging about blow darting. African americans show clearly showed you contempt for the american people that was in. Fda official on hidden camera third installment featured. Johnson johnson employees saying they will not give the vaccine kids and saying itself. The number is money and power of questioning the efficacy of the vaccine and you had the fourth installment which is probably the most powerful monday pfizer executive. Admitting the antibodies are stronger than the vaccine. Something that is common sense. But the media won't actually say media. That's disinformation we were recording visor scientists saying and then today's or yesterday's story featuring another whistle blower inside adviser releasing emails from top executives. Saying that they are lying to the people saying to keep secret information about leedle cells using the development of the fis kodak scene and saying they do not want the american consumer to know. This question is why. Don't they want the american renault. This question every american journalists regardless of your politics should be asking because we can all agree in the law of non contradiction whether you're left right democrat republican. We should not support

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Pfizer Whistleblower Uncovers E-Mails Concealing Use of Aborted Fetuses for COVID Vaccines

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:30 min | Last month

Pfizer Whistleblower Uncovers E-Mails Concealing Use of Aborted Fetuses for COVID Vaccines

"Antibodies are probably better than the vaccination pfizer scientists from project veritas. They expose said. But then there was more project veritas continues to hit. Homerun after homerun as they had undercover footage from johnson and johnson. From an fda official who said we are going to go door to door. And tell people that. It's not the vaccine from the federal government whistle blower. Who went public with the secret recordings. So the government doesn't want to show you that they believe that the vaccine is full of brandon. Full of nonsense. If you don't get the reference and a let's go brandon and now this latest whistle blower goes on the record and reveals internal emails from chief scientific officer and senior director of worldwide research. Discussing the chinese corona virus vaccine were in the pfizer emails. They were saying that quote from the perspective of corporate affairs. We want to avoid having the information on fetal cells floating out there the risk of communicating. This right now outweighs any potential benefit that we could see. That pfizer was using fetal cells in the development of vaccine. They said they weren't how many people of faith were lied to. How many religious institutions were lied to. Because of

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Biden Approval Rating Continues to Plummet: Battered on Trust, Leadership, Competency in Poll

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:41 min | Last month

Biden Approval Rating Continues to Plummet: Battered on Trust, Leadership, Competency in Poll

"Anyone. That's actually a deeply rational person. And thinking like tucker. Carlson is a little bit confused about one aspect of the biden white house. There's a lot of not confused about. It's not an easy explanation. It isn't and here's why out today. Quinnipiac their new poll has come out and said that joe biden's approval rating thirty eight percent of the country approves fifty three percent disapproves competency forty two percent. Thanks joe biden is competent fifty. Five percents is not now you might say while those are some terrible numbers. I know. i can't believe forty. Two percent of americans think joe biden is competent. The border twenty. Three percent of americans approve of joe. Biden's handling the border. Sixty seven percent of americans disapprove of joe biden's handling of the border and so these numbers are dreadful. They are some of the worst numbers of a president in modern history. The average price of beef is up twelve percent. Bacon is up seventeen percent pork steak eleven point three percent poultry up seven percent fish and seafood up ten point six percent. Joe biden has a negative approval rating on the f- ouchi virus on the economy on foreign policy on the mexican border and on taxes thirty seven percent approval rating on taxes twenty three percent approval rating on the mexican border thirty four percent approval rating on foreign policy thirty nine percent approval rating on the

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The Media Propagandists Are Not Driven by Profit, They're Driven by Power

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:05 min | 2 months ago

The Media Propagandists Are Not Driven by Profit, They're Driven by Power

"People will say the media only cares about click bait getting traffic to their websites and making money. Now that might be true if they're writing about donald trump that might be true if they're writing about conservatives but that is not the primary motive for the regime media for the people that run apple news for the people that run washington the washington post. Run the new york times for the people that run. Cnn what is the incentive structure for the people that control the major places of distribution. It's not profit. You see the propagandists in the media are not driven by profit motive. They are driven by a power motive. They want to get keep the current ruling class. They do not want to do muckraker. Journalism like either be wells. They do not want to reveal the corruption or inequity to use their own word. Like upton sinclair did instead the media they have become the pretoria guard for the people that are the most powerful now they will go after conservatives. That are powerful. They'll go after people that love their country that are powerful but they will not lay a glove on the fda on hhs on pfizer. Madonna astrazeneca instead. They will pledge fealty to those organizations. And i know this to be true. Because i have been stunned at even at how some conservative organizations have been ignoring the project. Veritas story i think most conservatives are ignoring the project veritas story because what is being revealed by. James o'keefe makes people very uncomfortable that you're public health agencies in the fourth branch of government that is unelected unchecked and filled with unknown administrative state paper shovellers in the bureaucracy

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Charlie Chats with HHS Whistleblower Jodi O'Malley and James O'Keefe of Project Veritas

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:00 min | 2 months ago

Charlie Chats with HHS Whistleblower Jodi O'Malley and James O'Keefe of Project Veritas

"Us is a good friend of mine. Who continues to outdo himself. Project veritas. james. O'keefe james welcome back to the charlie kirk show and you. You've someone very special with you today. As right joey. Federal employees was law services as we saw yesterday mona. It's a homeless watch the controversial history and it shows people in their own words. Jody came to us as a insider and proceeded to record conversations with your colleagues the let you say what you suppose. Well this is. These types of stories have been going on for a long time and i think people have gotten complacent about it and just think that it's just what is the world we live in today if you will and i reached out to project baron ties back in july and wanted to tell them everything i know but i didn't really have a clear example. It was just like all the but then after this happened to my co worker and she refused mactan treatment that she had wanted two weeks after taking the back seen as when i started recording so i wanna talk about that but i just want to remind our listeners because they might not have listened to our sister episode encourage them to. I did a whole hour on really what was revealed and so for me personally. Some of the most dramatic footage that you were able to capture was dr maria gonzalez. Who's an er doctor from the us department of health and human services says all of this is be us now. A patient probably has mara kyd is due to the vaccine but now the government are not gonna want to are not going to blame the

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Critical Race Theory Training Exposed at Children’s Toy Manufacturer

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:03 min | 4 months ago

Critical Race Theory Training Exposed at Children’s Toy Manufacturer

"David welcome to the charlie kirk show. You are one of the whistle blowers here for project veritas and you work for a toy design and manufacturing company. Is that a good way to describe it. Yeah i work for hasbro right now has borough and you. At our event uncovered that there's critical race theory training or something around. That floor is yours. Tell us about it. sure so I decided to come to project veritas. Because i was asked to go. Well i was kind of told to go to critical race. Theory training at hasbro. At first i didn't think it was going to be anything too incriminating. But i just decided to record it just because i've been watching critical race. Theory and intersection analogy just kind of spreading through our country and our institutions for years. Now so i'm like our record it and then it actually started and then my jaw hit the floor so i was like i need to send this to people. They need to know what's happening. Okay so what is your role with hasbro I'm packaging engineer. packaging engineer. What was involved in the training. The training Is the video showing like children at different developmental stages and then stating at what developmental stage. How much racial bias. they're exhibiting. So how young did they get. They say three year old even for five year olds. I think the earliest was six months six months so in this is this training. Mandatory at has borough is mandatory for me. I don't know how many times they've done it before this. I would say this was at least the second trainer so just understanding is one of the largest toy. Manufacturers in the world is making their employees. Learn the toys. They're making might be made for a bunch of little racists or something yes. They want to use toys to kind of teach children about racial bias. To guess maybe kind of correct what they see as some kind of wrong. But it's just going to make more children Discriminate based on race.

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The Whistleblowers Are Coming Out in Spades

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:07 min | 4 months ago

The Whistleblowers Are Coming Out in Spades

"Hey everybody charlie kirke with assault and brunei otherwise known as james. O'keefe you brought a couple of people in the room with you. See i need you hard time. James suzanne on each other a couple of years hard time but you are one of the few people that actually do something meaningful in the movement. I appreciate that. So you are now. In a whistle blower project tell us about that whistleblower in the room right now you can't see them but Usps whistleblower we had a to tv insiders. One came on your stage april moss. Cbs detroit just. These are people currently employed by television news. Networks postal service. A new one came out today. Hasbro big story critical race theory. They feel compelled to go public with information. That is people. try to keep hidden. And it's the heroism. Because they wanted to lose their jobs. Now charlie so we have a dozen they have come out and and it's going to be hundreds so we're going to hear from david and a couple of seconds here but i wanted to get an idea of whistle-blowing this used to be something. The media was actually interested in right and you just kind of filling the void of courageous expose style journalism. Why i think there's a relationship. The journalists have become slaves to their access. They they've become dependent on protecting the people in power. They they wanna protect the status quo. Cnn invites clapper on even though he committed perjury. They have a symbiotic relationship with the very people are supposed to be holding accountable so no one is willing to do this. Sort of aggressive watchdog journalism anymore and twentieth century. These explorers lost their mortgages their homes they got divorces but now there's life after whistleblowing because of the digital age and websites like gibson. Go facebook insider morgan. Common last month raised half a million dollars. Charlie in twenty four hours. What did he exposed. He released documents inside facebook. As a software engineer they had quote vaccine hesitancy so facebook admitted. Even if what someone is saying on facebook is true they will censor you and they don't want you to know that they're censoring you and to me. That's the part that so shocking. They want to hide what they're doing. We want transparency into baked tack. So the whistle blowers are coming out in spades.

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"keefe" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

05:58 min | 5 months ago

"keefe" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"I mean it's such an important point so the one hand on focusing very closely on this on this family in the book and their culpability on the other hand this is a story about systemic failure just totally widespread systemic failure instances in which all of the relevant kind of public institutional gatekeepers that are supposed to prevent a public health crisis. Like this from happening. A didn't do their jobs and doj is right at the front of the line there because what happened was in two thousand seven as you said you had a. Us attorney's office in the western district of virginia that had spent five years investigating purdue and indeed investing the sackler lers and wanted to bring a really powerful case against them thought they had a powerful case against the company. What they wanted to do is charge. Three senior executives at the company with felonies and the plan was as often the case. If you did that at least one of them would flip and turn on the sackler would go on. And potentially prosecute the doctors themselves who owned and controlled the company. But what happened was at the eleventh hour. The family and the company sent some of their well-connected fixers from both sides of the aisle. So they have rudy giuliani on the one hand but also mary jo white former. Us attorney for the southern district of new york who would become the head of the sec. Under obama the two of them appealed to the political leadership. The bush that george w bush justice department and essentially defanged. This case what happened was the brass said to the. Us attorney in the western district of. Virginia you can't charge these guys with felonies so at the point where those guys are. Just gonna plead to misdemeanors threat of jail time. There's no way they're going to turn on the sackler. So what you ended up with was a guilty plea by the company and then a six hundred million dollar fine which to one way of looking at things. There's a lot of money. But i can tell you. I interviewed somebody who worked at the company. Who saw the company's cfo say that's nothing new us. We've had that money in the bank for years. This was a speeding ticket. It was it was a fine at a time when the company was making billions of dollars a year. it's functionally like I have a delivery truck. And i get a parking ticket now and then i mean that's part of the cost of doing business totally All right so let's let's go back you the first Third or so. The book is dedicated. To guy wasn't even alive when this happened but he arthur sackler. Whoa was i i you know. I guess innovative. It's hard to use that word Some because it of what he essentially developed it seemed the concept of medicine as an entrepreneurial exercise and tell us about sackler in about that dynamic Where where he basically you know. He turned medicine into really a full on commodity. Yeah this was. This was certainly the biggest creative choice in writing. The book was as you say to a third of the book and a guy who dies before the introduction of oxycontin content. But i think arthur sackler was a a sufficiently important figure that the decision is justified. Know it's not just that he was the wacky uncle Who there are great stories about for me. It was really more that you can see in arthur sackler in embryo. Everything that happens later with oxycontin. So you're originally. There are three sackler brothers. Arthur is the oldest is younger brothers. Or mortimer raymond. They grow up to jewish the children of jewish immigrants in brooklyn. They grew up in the against the backdrop of the great depression and all three of them go on to become doctors but they were also very entrepreneurial. And arthur in particular. Had i think a kind of idealistic sense in the forties and fifties that there were amazing things happening in the pharmaceutical industry. That someday there'd be a pill that could fix every human affliction and he wanted to be there for it and to make money In the process and so he goes into pharmaceutical advertising. Which at the time was kind of a backwater. But arthur had this sort of don draper style intuition about how you things to people and specifically you know how you sell things not just to consumers but to doctors. He realized that what you really need to do is persuade the doctor. Because the doctor has the prescription pad and that's incredibly valuable to a pharma company. And so he he. He employs a whole bunch of tricks. Some of it is just getting an army of pharmaceutical reps to go out and meet with doctors and pharmacists nurses and make the case. They always have this kind of official looking medical literature which has often been underwritten by the pharma companies themselves. Overplaying the therapeutic benefits of the drugs. Underplaying the downsides and in some cases in our when arthur was working just just lying outright about about their products and who it is. That's endorsing them. And arthur really devises this model. There's a guy who was a business partner of his back in the fifties said when it comes to medical advertising arthur sackler invented the wheel that he really was that significant in terms of Changing the way in which medicine and commerce are mingled in this country and so does die in one thousand nine hundred seven but having made a huge fortune marketing valium. This is one of the things. That's so fascinating is the first grade sackler. Fortune came from the marketing. Valium in the nineteen sixties. And i think that arthur really created a playbook that his his family his brothers and particularly his his nephew richard would then employ to devastating effect with oxycontin and and ultimately you.

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Canadiens Beat Maple Leafs 2-1, Tavares Injured Early

WFAN Sports Radio_FM Show

00:33 sec | 6 months ago

Canadiens Beat Maple Leafs 2-1, Tavares Injured Early

"In the playoffs. The May believes in Canadiens the last teams to start their playoff series in just 10 minutes In last night, Toronto lost its captain John to various who was accidentally kneed in the head as he fell to the ice. Various left the game on a stretcher. This was the postgame update from its head coach, Sheldon Keefe. He's conscious in communicating well, he's The test that he's had so far have come back clear. He's gonna remain overnight in hospital to undergo further testing to various the leaves lost the

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Patrick Radden Keefe on Empire of Pain

The Book Review

02:23 min | 7 months ago

Patrick Radden Keefe on Empire of Pain

"Patron kief joins us now. His new book is called empire of pain. the secret history of the sackler dynasty. Patrick thanks for being here. Thanks so much for having me back. So let's start with a very basic question. In case people are not aware of the sackler family and why he would be writing about them with title like empire of pain. who are the sackler. So this sort of to waste answer that question until a few years ago what. The sackler name Generally to to the extent that people were aware of this family it was a very wealthy family. One of the wealthiest families in the united states with a branch in the uk in london and they were known chiefly for philanthropy right art museum wings. Hundreds of millions of dollars to art museums and universities and medical research and would very often put their name on these bequests. If you you know in new york city go to the metropolitan museum of art and there's the sackler wing And that was what they were known for. What was more mysterious. Was the source of this wealth and it has People have become more widely aware. Recently that That the bulk of this wealth comes from a company purdue pharma which produces the powerful painkiller oxycontin in this era in which the naming of things and the un naming of things mounting and the on mounting has become very active. Is it still the circle ring. In the metropolitan museum is sackler still emblazoned on all of these buildings and donated wings. Well it's very much in flux. So as i speak today it's still the sackler wing but the has actually announced today initially. They said they weren't taking any future. Donations from the soccer is because of the connection between the family and the crisis and then more recently. They've said that they are You know i think assessing is is the word whether or not the sackler wing will remain the sackler wing. Some institutions have started to take the name down so tufts university took down the sackler name from a series of buildings Because the students there this is at the medical school had said. I don't wanna go to class in a building named after this family and and get my medical education. They're more recently. New york university has done the same. The louvre in paris is taken down the sackler name. So there's a real question for many of these other institutions and there's dozens and dozens of them were the name still stands whether or not they'll keep it

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"keefe" Discussed on Coffee And A Book

Coffee And A Book

05:16 min | 7 months ago

"keefe" Discussed on Coffee And A Book

"The sole opens up to guy you know when you're in a sacred environment. So there's the the line and when you're singing crazies or singing sacred music and the soul opens up to the divine. There's this Mechanism this communication channel with crazed where he can heal so I have i have experienced. That in many ways most profoundly in my vision. I had Trifocals with thick presumes I started when i was nine or ten and Through a healing ministry from qatar. Greg mom lodge where we were singing on lilia every seeped healing of my vision and y have i continued to just give my life to god to share this work. is because again so glass right now. Through reading your book. I saw the psalms displayed pretty prominently. So why did you choose the psalms a question of always loved the story of david and goliath. Especially as i look at the world now and think oh my goodness how we gonna overcome all of this anti christian culture And i've always believed that god is all powerful and that he has a solution So you know had looked at biblically. The stars of david hilling kingston's depression. And then david jesus in the line of david. How many times does the name. David appear the bible. So you know god kept. Bring me back to david And then as i was trying to integrate science and the history of of music as madison with the faith knowing it was so important to connect clinical with the sole I i was brought to the psalms You know. David wrote most of the psalms and as a social worker the emotions the heart of god. really are in every som-. Oh god. why did you abandon me. We cry out to the header endures forever you know Praise god you know a glory be to god and on the heart. Is there and the psalms. Say it.

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"keefe" Discussed on Coffee And A Book

Coffee And A Book

04:30 min | 7 months ago

"keefe" Discussed on Coffee And A Book

"Yes there are so many different ways From the book as i'm getting responses from some of the stories. I have in the book Another avenue for using music as madison is is with alzheimer's patients and most people are familiar. That music is doing something But not always how profound a difference. It's making quality of life of alzheimer's patients I was working as a volunteer coordinator for a wonderful vienna and I was teaching the volunteers. How to play you know it's called a reverie hark so I have them the the concepts of using music to reducing zaidi in alzheimer's patients. And then we go. We had about ten facilities that we One of the stories not just quickly share a man who was Was his stay His wife had just brought him to this for alzheimer's facility and the staff didn't know him yet. You know takes a little bit little time to get caught up on on documentation. And of course he was in cognitive. Couldn't speak to answer any questions His wife had just brought on and she gone back home and i was invited to sit with him with the harpin and some volunteers within five minutes. That really wasn't even five minutes of playing the harp in a certain way We're not reading music. You don't have to read music or no music. It's a simple training on the concepts. He became completely Verbal cognitively alert And started telling me the stories of meeting his wife and sailing together. And you know this is a couple who've been married fifty five sixty years and she had taken care of him for most of the disease process And he started playing back and forth me. We were composing on the harp. And i heard his life story. You know we were there about half an hour. When his wife came back in as i was leaving and i could share with her the stories about you know she and her husband meeting in sailing that she knew that someone in that facility. You know really understood more of who. He lies the tears in her eyes on ever forget. You know it's hard for me to share some of these stories without tears. Because the work is performed and The responsibility i fouled in insane. This work was enormous so So that's why i set out on a cross country tour to do the research and and find how god was using sound to heal others such a beautiful story. It can imagine how how the war his wife felt this amazing so a little bit more about canto davina. What does it mean. how did you create it. And what do you hope to do with it. Catching giving up means i sing of divine things of divine son And it's based alexia davina. You know as i took the clinical research and then brought it out into the world Went through my own personal transformation. I became aware of the power of music to also connect our souls to the source of the music so their moral issues involved in the power of music You know many of the great philosophers Discussed that you know. Society can be blessed in handy destroyed by music on his powerful so As i experienced my own healing and.

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"keefe" Discussed on Coffee And A Book

Coffee And A Book

03:06 min | 7 months ago

"keefe" Discussed on Coffee And A Book

"And they actually invested in salis measurements of saliva before and after singing in a choir and they did over. You know two weeks so when we can in the second week and just knowing that indicates that something's happening when you sing with a group of people you know that local researchers are ric conducting this study so in that study It became very clear that singing in increases gives made the immune system response and reduces the stress hormone cortisol. So that singing for how the link between singing in and health is very real So there are other studies that over in the book but as i've introduced this to others when they hear that is actually measured saliva before and after singing to determine how it was affecting in a health and wellness of course really demonstrates that. There's something very significant happening here. So i now pandemic The concept you know to explain simply how does music affecting zaidi The concept is called in training so when as an intern in the music for healing and transition program. We were brought into a patient's room who about to undergo surgery to reducing zaidi and basically the concept of rhythm rhythmic and treatment. Is that by play music. At a certain beat a certain rhythm We can actually match the heartbeat and we can actually affect the the heartbeat Truly sick through families so the sound of what's the music through the beat of the music sends out a sound wave and it connects to the hari so you can go in if someone has anxiety and they are. We have anxiety. Our heart is racing rate. You know blood pressure's up our hearts raising brains you know. A brainwaves are at a different level and when we come in and play music at a steady heartbeat heartbeat. Rhythm of about sixty seventy beats per minute that sound of that music in trains the heart to beat at the same rate so we could actually go into a hospital room we were prescribed if you will And lower heart rate literally. Watch the monitors and and see the heart rate and anxiety disappear. Lower excited disappear. Was that how music can be used as medicine yes. That's a great question..

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"keefe" Discussed on Coffee And A Book

Coffee And A Book

04:46 min | 7 months ago

"keefe" Discussed on Coffee And A Book

"Saint augustine's conversion we hear about the person saint monica And we hear that he had this powerful conversion. But we don't always know how it happened. So i just quickly read it. And then it happens. Didn't come through meditation. It didn't come through speculation or reason. It came through the voice of a child singing. He was an s worst speaking of saint augustine. He sitting in his garden from somewhere. He heard the voice of a child drifting through the air. Repeating it in a sing song voice. Take it read it. take it read it. take it read it. He tells the whole story in his book. Confessions so A let you got. Mike's book hitler more But to know that saint augustine conversion happens with the sound of a child's voice singing Really linked us together with this work for concert. Avena great. that's beautiful story so everyone check out that book. It's such a beautiful story. Now in the introduction. You say that you wrote the book in the of the blessed sacrament white and adoration. That's a great question. Thank you choppier ago. I had my own journey home to catholicism ares raised catholic and married methodist to end then Came back to catholicism a balances on through the death of my father and As a young child experienced addiction in the family and was blessed in my life with A search for the truth and honesty there was a rigorous honesty in my life about wanting a foul to my heart. There was a solution to any problems. So after going through trust programs. They're being my own life You know there was helped there but there is something missing in my soul and and that's really ultimately the work that i'm hoping to do is that as i came back took a gallison's on Music had been a big part of my healing true other avenues but there was something missing and it was by returning to catholicism and the sacraments and a sacred music and the baptism of the holy spirit that i received the sole healing that i needed so it And not happened within an adoration chapel with the eucharist christ came to me illuminated my soul and An answered those deep questions that we have wider. I keep doing this. You know and And so the book was. Jesus had calling on my life Certainly entered the work in the research and had life experience. But this really. Contravene has from christ. And i wrote it in adoration chapels all over the country as i did the research and marketing for the book then twenty twenty hits the pandemic so why during pandemic is it important to know that music can bring comfort. Even we can't even if we can't see that in public thank you. I asked the same question. Lord wise this book dot now in the middle of a pandemic and with masks and you know when they said we couldn't sing in church So i think Very clearly because the timing of this whole process was really godly. and main issue in the pandemic is fear. His things -iety You know everything's changing you know. What are we hold onto The solution is christ and Part of an in the brookwood. I outline is some of the medical research on reducing anxiety and stress Through music One of the studies that really drew me deeper into this work was done by sonali searches manetti kingdom and They Actually put together a group of course tres and measured cortisol levels which measures stress hormones and then sag as secretary immunoglobulin which measures immune system response..

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"keefe" Discussed on Coffee And A Book

Coffee And A Book

03:31 min | 7 months ago

"keefe" Discussed on Coffee And A Book

"Elorriaga the program. My name is william hemsworth. It is great to be with you all again today. Pleased to have my guests. She's the author of a great new book titled canto davina and you can check it out charts publishing dot com on amazon. So that's what we're talk about a book with author. Deborah keefer debra. How are you doing today. William thank you so much for having me on your show. I've really enjoyed listening to other authors and A appreciate your invitation to be here today by the pleasure is mine. I've really enjoyed your book. So anything i can do to help. Get the word out. I think it'll be really helpful to people. So thank you for taking time for coming on today. Appreciate it so your book. So what made you decide to write this book and why now. Well it's a great question. Thank you I used as madison as is near and dear to my soul. As i was growing up music was a significant part of my life. I grew up in a musical family. and my father touch them and bugle corridors in the catholic church. I went on to study and performance flute. So it was a significant part of my life as i grew into adulthood I started to notice or raising my family through the last twenty years that people who were involved with music seemed to have a different level of health and wellness. So when you ask why now you know if i if we look at the world to the last twenty years has september eleventh terrorism trauma fear violence post traumatic stress disorder school bullying caddying addiction suicide trafficking. All of it So as as i was teaching fluid and music while raising children in that environment i just noticed a significant difference between those that were involved with. Music does that warrant in their health and wellness level of health lowness so i was blessed to Do the research. The clinical research a master's in social work program at university of new hampshire and So that led me into replying. That research in my professional life and At head-start oncology and then in hospice and the work was there effective in the medical field and Ethically i thought it's very valuable resource so it was time to write the book. Okay now yet. A someone really great do the forward you tell us about the forward and maybe how this went all kid thank you yes. Mike aquilina knows is such a wonderful popular author He honored me by writing the The forward for contravene a- and He's written a book called how the choir converted the world so after reading his book i approached him and thought he would understand what was out and i'd like to bring you to a quick passage in his book. Trauma choir converted the world because it tells the story..

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"keefe" Discussed on NAL Live

NAL Live

05:07 min | 11 months ago

"keefe" Discussed on NAL Live

"Product of my my career has been with amazing player there. There's no way that as a coach as a player that i could have won any of these championships without being very fortunate to be surrounded by a lot of When you decide to finally run for office i work in your campaign rare much wobble run on the platform arena for everyone who they've the slogan. Yeah i i don't know if these guys played for you or what long allowing at this question by seven over seventy seven looks at seven zero acids favorite player for two thousand eighteen. He wasn't going to say. Of course i'm going to say because he asked that question but i i get so close to these player. I look i think this is the toughest thing this. I've loved every player that i've ever coached and i say that a lot in some players don't don't believe me. I say that. I've got some players like they think i'm just saying that to get the best out of him But i i'm so grateful if they chose the teams that i coached. Look it's we can't draft these players. So we they. They signed to your team. So they like much like a allen's they have to really believe in the sign with us. I am very honored when you that earth is when you have to the professionalism of putting a player or trading flair that really that really released sanjay try to this is awesome jan and then to see a player maybe hates you in that moment but then see have elsewhere like i'm so i'm so proud of you know i've been put. It has made me stronger. I've been fired from a job. You haven't fired for as a coach. I've been not resigned to a team that i love. It makes you stronger but but seven asking that question. I mean when you championship with team. I mean it's just it's relationships for life in the memories that you'll never forget yup he's crazy crime right to look. He won't tell him it's an amazing player..

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"keefe" Discussed on NAL Live

NAL Live

05:12 min | 11 months ago

"keefe" Discussed on NAL Live

"Some fans out there. Tom says orlando's very fond of you. you know i saw lonnie was asking where you got the key fence from so that at school for orlando thing too i mean. That's it's just rolling. You know this is. This is my home. This is for me to be in in in spokane for a better five years. Wien orlando for seven years and a coach. Coaching your force leaning on the team ceased operation a coach and so had a kind of transition but to go to albany the same kind of things you realize. There's so many great people around the country there's so many people that just love arena football but it's it's really all about community love you know kangaroos on pogo sticks. Ib coaching you. Know whatever whatever it is. I mean it's just it's all about just interacting with people when in making people feel. I look probably the only tell you that this entertainment in my job is to put forth the great product that makes people feel that their time energy in the money that they're spending is worthwhile and hopefully go away with any game that i've coached or any game that i'm saying. Hey you know that that was a good time and You know that's that's why. Do you know as a as an owner team president. I mean. I always appreciated coaches that. Get you know the community aspect side of it because you know as an owner or executive with the team. I mean you know. People don't want to see me. They wanna see the coach. They want to see the players. And when you have a group that buys into you know community. I you see such great results and i think you saw it in spokane and even albany with the fan support. You know the fans they create like an attachment and you know a connection with you in the players and I think it's it's needed to be successful. And so any other anytime. I'm dealing with the coach. That is like you know you know i need this. You know like some of these guys that just want these absurd appearance us and it just doesn't support it and i too. I think there's just a fine balance like so right now you. I'd like to say that. I'm humble guy all about nudity and i am then when it's time to play some football i'm a good game face on and we're going to down a business here know but i think for me. Those communities in spokane orlando in albany. I've been very fortunate half twelve thirteen. Fourteen thousand people in the building. But i think that's a direct correlation in terms of our you relates to the community in. It's all about grassroots. It's all about building stuff up. It's all about doing things. You know in in in schools in the hospitals barbecues with the fans whatever it might be in all of those organizations when i was a part of them did those things and so i kind of learned in a kind of formulated a plan with organizations in the teams with of there's a certain formula to follow there's a certain way to do and it's also about signing particular player to not just a player who's good at football but someone who again is gonna be highlighted in might not know you when your helmet is on because you know you're helmets on again identify with you but we do need to get the helmet off due to get you out in a balancing unity and i want you to relate to these people and.

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Bayern Conquer Europe for 6th Time

ESPN FC

03:21 min | 1 year ago

Bayern Conquer Europe for 6th Time

"WELCOMING SOLICITATION ESPN AFC on down Thomas. Of course. One topic dominates today show and Matty's volume unit being crowned the twenty twenty you eight for champions the winners Kinsey Komen's goal the difference between the two sides I ever player in fact that Champions League final to school against his old Jamie Lee, frank and Craig Burley with me to reflect on the final Craig that wasn't quite as high scoring as we as expected however the best. The best team one and appear she will get CIANCI's the third clearly. Stating the obvious but there were good chances. You'd expect much better protect the MVP chance not long before halftime quite an embarrassing finish. To be honest and I personally think by got macho a first gear. In terms of you know what they can produce. were, able to control the game and when the Champions League yeah. This wasn't quite what we are expecting. Frank. Why not? Well because of clumsiness, some some players and and just mentioned MVP I think I'm not sure that mini. Was the best team overall during the season of chimpanzee. Yes. But then that game I think they were in control of the game but personally, I had some chances to to to surprise him to kill them even and. The fantastic new year in goal I. Think. Could have lead the game in the first half but again, mini chinses wasted by a the strikers and I think Keefe I can regime the game I. Think the defense is the defense is better than the tax which pulls them what we were expensive causality. Wasn't but I think a good example of that was choice at NC. Flake makes in terms of having Komen playing therapeutic. Essentially telling us you know what we think insulin common can dominate one one situation sending doing that we don't need. WE'RE NOT GONNA force funds Davis to get forward down the left hand side because kids can take care that. Finish it cannot do that as well. He talks signed. Davis on the overlapping runs and I think is by design that Afonso Davis did not really have a for dissipation in attack he was holding back almost as if to say, you know what this is our way of not dropping off we're going to maintain our hide line while we're not gonNA take many chances going forward and I think what you saw from by Munich is they played A conservative game with a lot of talented players and bathing. Not WanNa take chances really going forward because the the time that they did take those chances going forward than PSG had opportunities and when we say that PSG had opportunities, we're talking about PTSD team who had the chances fall to the right people. It's too bad is to Neymar is to Maria three clear opportunities in my opinion. In the first half they not take advantage of and from then on it was difficult to see PTSD to get after by Munich particularly after by an escort PSG got disorganized, they were more concerned about the files, the yellow cars, the physicality of the game rather than playing the game a no better example of that that Neymar who in the second half had difficulties trapping the ball passing. The ball doing the basic stock he was busy drawing fouls but not actually having an impact on the game. We

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"keefe" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"keefe" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It's not widespread supply hidden fees or mark up close how many basis points does your current broker Keefe find out that I. B. K. R. dot com slash font this is Bloomberg daybreak Asia it's a quarter past the hour time for a check of sports from around the world here stand Schwartzman thank stacked in the Bundesliga RB Leipzig moved to third on the table the parking garage of all the lock box after dominating well I'd like to get some first seventy second half scores by that the main rebel six point two point the second place behind Bayern Munich that resume their season on June twentieth he has released its schedule which consists of a hundred twenty four matches being played in three days by August second level play twice a week before the meeting on the calendar currently of interest at the top the table of watch you just one point behind inter Milan eight points behind them leave a message will not be leaving Barcelona as reports say the stars to transfer balls allowing messy weekend on a free transfer in a thirty three oh four four one contract with the club looking to lock up the all time greats Whitfield this is Barcelona for the rest of his career one day after the borders of the Washington nationals with more than twenty five players including the weekly stipend of others four hundred dollars to three hundred the team is reversed its decision after NASA leader Sean Doolittle tweeted at the major league players will cover the difference in the fight against the team decided against making the cut other teams around Major League Baseball players and he does not see there will be a minor league season what's the matter Bloomberg.

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"keefe" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

16:19 min | 1 year ago

"keefe" Discussed on KCRW

"Does work Keefe down right from the sky I would never let this get to show your face so when others would have rain cloud if the stars will do you this is the first one this I sing this song to a new telephone I would put them inside the school you and I'll always be sweet music one of if this does one not to teach the code six monthly can you see I teach the vote such come sing the product the ability Plano photo please if the world was gold and green the oceans really color scheme would color all the mountains and the sky for him so the world would be a painting that live inside with him if the world was tell you what I'd do the things and then give it all to you I teach the vote such love comes five those jobs right in six we to see so this is the essence of so or I do I settled the cracks you it I was way step after step two years because of our I have known there is the food those times I woke in the middle of the road his friend is living what stabbed after that two years ago our I have no those times okay I love them both times I think there I thought stems that that type of thing it's holds stands step after step two years ago I I have no those times at times I think there I'm sad that type of thing the mayor of shades so you after this step and two years ago I have no just walking in the middle of the Aaron.

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"keefe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"keefe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"CBS's ed O. Keefe reporting also Joe Biden denies it reads allegations that he sexually assaulted her in the basement of a Capitol Hill office building back in the spring of nineteen ninety three well the Veep stakes are on so to speak all eyes are on those seeking to beat Joe Biden's vice president with the coronavirus global pandemic is sidelining campaigning these days those thought to be in the running are getting even more creative in getting noticed Joe bye to begin the process of selecting a running mate in earnest on Thursday by announcing a committee to vet potential candidates that panel work will likely last through at least July Joe Biden has limited some of the mystery by promising to pick a woman a Houston police department helicopter crashes this morning killing an officer and critically injuring another ABC's Jim Ryan says the search is on for the cause witnesses heard gunfire in the area around the time that the Houston police helicopter was sent to investigate reports of a body in a by you but police chief art Acevedo says there's no apparent connection law enforcement aircraft get shot at on a regular basis not just with the live fire but they also get targeted with lasers and so we will also make that pharmacies should just to leave no stone unturned the NTSB will send a team to investigate as the Houston police launched a separate probe of their own Jim Ryan ABC news violinist Maria Cassar conte began playing the violin for her national neighbors every evening as a way to honor her father who died of covert nineteen in March Conti's performances have been a way of bring her community together during the lockdown where were you raised in memory of her father but she found as the concerts continued something else started I did not know any neighbors and now I know my neighbors here it when this outbreak started these homes weren't really a true neighborhood but then when they started coming out for the concerts they started talking and getting to know each other and now they're actually quite close that CBS's Jason lamb reporting the streets are empty a new era dawns in Boston hospitals are crowded Baker says as many as one hundred and seventy two thousand people in the state could get infected home quarantine.

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"keefe" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

11:09 min | 1 year ago

"keefe" Discussed on Amanpour

"Support their families so that they have the money to afford the kinds of care they mean are we making those public investments have access to childcare and other an elder care and the kinds of things that families need to adjudicate that work life those conflicts day in and day out and do we have a set of rules around the labor market. That gives people the right to stay home when they're sick Or when they need you know need to care for new child or need to care for an ailing family member so I think I think certainly we can do that. But it requires coming to terms with the fact that that's going to we're going to have to push firms to share those The benefits of economic growth and the challenge. Right now is that We have fewer people in unions today. As a share of the private sector workforce than we did before unions before people have the right to collectively bargain in the nineteen thirties. So our our unions are back to where they were. You know over almost a century ago and we don't have the institutions in place to get people that voice at work to To make those policies happened. We're going to need to be thinking long and hard about how we're going to make that next generation of supports and opportunities for that kind of voice and engagement. How do we get Americans or more Americans to understand and connect the dots here between lack of daycare services for example the pay gaps that we're seeing and all of the ways that poverty in particular affects different types of communities? I mean I'm thinking in the most severe situations were thinking criminal justice right if they're not able to be employed if there aren't opportunities there whether their education or otherwise the pads are pretty different. And so we're spending so much money as a nation on incarcerating people as opposed to educating them. It almost cost more to incarcerate someone than it does to educate them. How do we get Americans to make that connection and not just progressive Americans but really across political lines to understand that without these investments? We have we're going to spend more than we are in one way or another right. I I mean that is the question of our times. And how do we do that? And more starting from a place where we're so divided so we've been working hard with folks on the hill to introduce a new way of thinking about aggregate economic output about Gross Domestic Product. That's indicator that we get every quarter that just. How will the economy's doing and saying we need to not just look at that top line aggregate but we need to look at that what that looks like a cross family so that we can see okay if we hear from the government owed? The economy grew by two point. Five percent over the last quarter. What does that mean? Get Kudos that Goto and so we actually had the capacity. Economists have worked out how you can actually show of that two point five percent growth. You know one one of those two point five percents went to those at the very very top and this little bit just went to the bottom half of the American people and what that looks like across race across place and cross families so we have the capacity to do that. And we've been working with folks on the hill to introduce legislation to get the government to actually ship the way they're doing that. That's not the whole answer but I think if we can unpack our metrics of economic success and talk about what that actually looks like for families all across the United States all across the income distribution will have a very different conversation about how well we're doing and we won't be sort of confused by saying oh well it looks like the economy so good but some people aren't benefiting and I think it would also help a see those investments that we're making people and families aren't just about those families which is very very important but it's also about how that is benefiting our whole economy and that we're going to be stronger as an economy if we make those investments In this communities there are people however who will say the economy is working? Great for me. Why should I care? What do you say to them? Well what I can tell you from the data is it most of them at the very top of the income ladder. And that's awesome. That's really great Bait I also think we all can recognize that we are a country that is experiencing a lot of political polarization and it feels like every day you see these different maps of the United States that. Show that growth right you can see. Growth is concentrated in certain parts of the country and not others in that not everyone is benefiting so yes it is true that some are doing quite well but if we want to maintain our identity as a one nation right where Where we value. What's happening to our fellow citizens. I think that sort of tugging on the fact that it's it might be great for you but we're not going to be able to maintain that sense of common purpose. If we don't it takes some time to attend to the common good we have not been able to solve the problem of growing wealth inequality across political lines. Is there and I know. This is a tough one with this election coming up but do you see a way for us to be able to do that. So here's the interesting thing about the political divide and economics So one of the things that you saw the rise of Donald Trump is it. He has in so many ways of ended the conservative economic narrative. I mean on the one hand. He was for tax cuts in the same way that we've seen conservatives Putting into place for many decades but he also spent a lot more talking about jobs and The rule of using the bully pulpit to encourage firms to do the right thing me you know I came into office. He talked about the carrier plant And of course he's been really willing to Raise tariffs to change the way you think about the global economy having said that. There's also I think a really important story of how we've thought about How we see economic progress how we see economic growth and what that means in for the latter half of the twentieth century. We were told the story. And Policymakers really believed story. That said that it was about the individual investments that those who had money were making into the best thing we could do for the economy was to get out of the way don't tax them don't regulate them and they will create those investments that then will create the jobs that everyone will benefit from trickle down economics. Yeah there was this idea that the economy could really Deliver this kind of sort of almost utopian that it was optimised. You could show this in these in these models. That economists use what we're learning now from the research. The evidence is that we've had that story wrong or at the very least. That story doesn't work. When you have high economic inequality that you actually need institutions that constrain inequality at the top and and create a countervailing force to onto balance that concentrated economic power to create the kind of investments and opportunity. They're going to move the economy forward. So this question of why we have this polarization right. We have this economy. That isn't delivering. It's mysterious people people. Don't we've been told this story about how it's GonNa work and yet it? Hasn't I think in this moment of real change. In our policymakers and how collumnist and the public are thinking about what we can do to create an economy that works for all this moments. When you're changing your understanding of the world around you I think can lead to this position very chaotic. But the research and the evidence that we're seeing coming out especially over the past twenty years in an increasingly over the past five or so really does show addressing economic inequality and especially inequality at the top is going to be imperative to creating strong stable and broadly shared prosperity in the years to convert. We're on the precipice of a major presidential election in this country with candidates representing all sides of the political spectrum but also the economic spectrum when you look at what president trump and his philosophy is on big business and corporations slashing you know the corporate tax rates etc and you look at some of Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren for example of how they're approaching Elizabeth. Warren is is somewhat argue is frightening big corporations because she wants to tax them which message is really resonating with Americans. You think right now I I'd like to focus on two things so I You mentioned that you know President Trump's View on corporations and how we see the economy and of course he put into place that with Congress's help that Significant tax cut in December of twenty seventeen when disproportionate corporations and disproportionate to families at the top of the income ladder It has been cleared before the legislation passed and after that the majority of the American public has recognized that that really wasn't going to benefit them and what we've seen is that that legislation instead of spurring investment. That's president trump said. It would it actually led to a lot of firms. Doing stock buybacks not on increasing wages. Not Making the investments that we were told if you cut their taxes. They'll use all that money to invest. That hasn't been happening. And you see that being reflected in in polls in the way that people are responding so my understanding is that a lot of people see that. Oh that was just a boondoggle for those at the top. It didn't actually benefit me. My community to create those good jobs but the second big economic issue that you're hearing a lot of people talk about now is the rule of economic concentration across firms and alongside that. You've actually seen a decline in the level of investment in the United States. That one would think given the level of prophets out. There and economists have been tracing this to the rise and economic concentration. And so it's like well if you're the only one of two or three players big market. Why do you need to Invest Jordi? People have to buy whatever it is. You're selling because there's not a lot of competition that really doesn't benefit workers of their families. I think you hear a lot of candidates talking about this issue And I think you you're seeing this also bubbling up in in the polling and help people are talking about the economy. You're seeing people I think Start to recognize this for what it is which is monopolies and oligopolies and that that's also not good for jobs in their communities. Heather thanks so much for being with US thank you. It's been a real treat and finally imagine living in a war zone where airstrikes in everyday reality. It would be hard for anybody to cope with especially a child but a Syrian. Father has found an incredible way to help his daughter cope with the trauma by teaching his three year. Old Salwa to laugh whenever she hears the sounds of bombs falling. Take a look like a CV. Do Pop glow like and this game has reminded many of the Oscar winning movie. Life is beautiful in which a father helps his son survive by convincing him. Their life in a Nazi concentration camp is a game so now that family in Syria is a case of real life imitating art. That's it for now. You can always catch US online on our podcast and across social media. Thank you for watching and goodbye from London.

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"keefe" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"keefe" Discussed on Amanpour

"Refresh and Parisian. Jane Birkin was at the heart of France's sexual and feminist revolution and her relationship. With the master provocateur Serge. Gainsbourg is legendary she join me for a wide ranging conversation about her extraordinary life as she takes her symphonic tribute to Ganz Bog to New York. Jane Birkin Welcome to the program. Thank you tell me about the symphonic that you'll soon be taking to to New York. The Birkin Gainsbourg performance. That you're dedicating to your time together and your artistic collaboration. Why why now would infect. It started about three years ago. I started in Canada which was to be a one off performance with the Philharmonic morale and it went down so well that we did a second night and then I went to Hong Kong. This time. It could be the last one in New York before going to Moscow and A multitude and it'll be with iggy pop and Against Ball my daughter who guests on it. So it'll be fun. What do you want to communicate about that time when you were lovers collaborators performance together my good fortune was that Says you be songs? When I was twenty which was sort of normal. It was clear and then album after album when I was with him. What was more extraordinary is when I left him He went on writing albums fully. And so I have such a vast catalogue of the songs he wrote for me. The That in a way. It's nice to take him around two paces. You didn't manage to get to because he died in Nineteen ninety-one at the age of sixty three. If you had to sum up what would you say is the essence of says? Ganz Boo and and his legacy not just in music but as a cultural touchstone. What no one's ever done better than him. An probably because he was ahead of his time and he wrote also for everybody else. Football do for the casino for everyone but it was also his look in the his way of being his impertinence and yet his great romanticism that he was like a sort of eternal adolescent and a way of being that means that even people when they have their beards nowadays sort of three day albeit in an and jeans and white finishes it was he who started it. Are you talking about the fashionable stubble? That almost every man is wearing these days. That's that's a really Funny interesting reference but you just mention blue. You mentioned Brigitte Bardot. That song is possibly one of the most affecting songs in in modern times..

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"keefe" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"keefe" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"S. attorney Lawrence Keefe as investigators combed the Naval Air Station where a gunman killed three people I would be glad for any member of my family to be out in public going to stores going to restaurants in living our lives here in the panhandle the shooter was a Saudi national his motives still unclear we are as we do and most active shooter investigations work with the presumption that this was an act of terrorism Rachel row house with the FBI says all international students at the base are accounted for the US Saudi relationship should be real value waited that from Florida Republican mad gates who spoke with the Saudi ambassador there are Saudis that are currently with us that are being investigated and I made the point as clearly as I possibly could that we want no interference from the kingdom as it relates to Saudis that we have congressman gates on ABC's this week turning to impeachment and a big move that house Democrats could soon make fox's Rachel Sutherland is live in Washington Pam articles of impeachment could be drafted against president trump as soon as this week in the house Judiciary Committee certainly abuse of power might be abusive cog the destruction of Congress and in is not cooperating democratic chairman Jerry Nadler told NBC's meet the press the panel will hear evidence from Democrats and Republicans on the house intelligence committee tomorrow Republican senator Ted Cruz says impeachment is going no where in the upper chamber calling the inquiry a waste of time the White House has chosen not to participate in the house and Corey Pam thanks Rachel the president also tweeting about impeachment saying the American people know.

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Trump directed Ukraine quid pro quo, key witness says

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Trump directed Ukraine quid pro quo, key witness says

"David Holmes a political counselor at the US embassy in Keefe has already testified behind closed doors he was at a lunch meeting in July with E. U. ambassador Gordon some blend in Ukraine a transcript says Holmes testified Sunland called trump on his cell phone not a secure line and homes could overhear president trump asking the ambassador about the investigations and heard someone say Ukraine's president would do anything trump asked former National Security Council Russia adviser Fiona hill is being called to discuss the involvement of president trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani in U. S. Ukraine policy Jackie Quinn Washington

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Mike Babcock Fired, Replaced by Sheldon Keefe as Maple Leafs' New Head Coach

Woody and Company

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Mike Babcock Fired, Replaced by Sheldon Keefe as Maple Leafs' New Head Coach

"Former Toronto Maple Leafs head coach Mike Babcock it not so well the warm home he was relieved of his duties according to Leafs PR and believe Sheldon Keefe has been named the club's new ad to coach so it's not an interim thing it's like they showed Mike Babcock the door his office had been packed yet and shell just steps right into

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"keefe" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"keefe" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Near you and to get to here. She is on my FM. I miss Keefe. Mess out. Don't let them. Almost. What's that? Check. Scott. Please. Star. Kathy. Sure. Misconception. Belts..

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Uber settles for $148 million with 50 U.S. states over 2016 data breach

Dale & Keefe

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

Uber settles for $148 million with 50 U.S. states over 2016 data breach

"Uber will pay two point two million dollars to Washington drivers over a data breach. In two thousand sixteen state attorney general Bob Ferguson says the money's part of a five point seven nine million dollar judgment against Dubar saying the company violated our states data breach notification law, and that it did not adequately safeguard Uber drivers is personal data. Ferguson says Uber did not reveal the breach publicly for more than a year at affected thirteen thousand. Uber drivers in Washington and fifty seven million drivers. And passengers around the world, most Washingtonians who drove for Uber. We'll get about one hundred seventy dollars. We've reached out to the company

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'Designated Survivor' Rescued by Netflix for Season 3

Valentine in the Morning

00:24 sec | 3 years ago

'Designated Survivor' Rescued by Netflix for Season 3

"Survivor is coming back? This is the show with Keith Kiefer Sutherland as president ABC Keefe. Keefer? Let's go ABC cancelled the show after the second season but production for season three is going to be only later this year. And it'll premiere on Netflix twenty to anybody watch that I was into a few episodes, and I I just got distracted. I never watched kind of like the sound of it submitted should get back into

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Apple, NPR and Pitt discussed on Dale & Keefe

Dale & Keefe

01:31 min | 3 years ago

Apple, NPR and Pitt discussed on Dale & Keefe

"Officially hit it we officially made history today, apple did apple just hit a, trillion dollars in market value for the first time in history a company is worth one trillion dollars so big deal super meaningful right kind of unimportant, Kim forest portfolio manager at fort. Pitt capital and she says. The numbers largely symbolic apple. Doesn't unlock any new, catalysts. Superpowers. Now that it's crossed the threshold it just sounds cool if anything it means the company can borrow more money if it wants forced, likens it to well being rich the bigger your house the more you can borrow against it because the lender thinks at your house. Is going to be worth more tomorrow. Than it is today some investors think this is actually a Bad thing assigned that apple. Stock is overvalued, for says, maybe? But she adds, apples got revenue on the books to back. Up its high valuation unlike some of. Its fancy tech sector peers some of those peers are likely to join. Apple in the four comic club, Amazon's close but in the history books you rarely learn who came in second for NPR news I'm, Ryan Kyle off Brazil, will elect a new president in October and a far-right candidate has emerged as a front runner in that race among his biggest supporters are. Young resilience as NPR's Philip Reeve's reports This crowd has come to meet the man they want to. Be president Cheyenne Is about to land Seven thousand people waiting in the. Airport to. Welcome,.

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U.S. stocks rally as technology shares propel Nasdaq to record

Dale & Keefe

01:26 min | 3 years ago

U.S. stocks rally as technology shares propel Nasdaq to record

"The knowhow choosing colors to taping techniques you can count on lows for as little or as much help as you need all projects have a starting point start with lowe's stocks rallied as trade tensions appeared to ease after china's seemed to strike a conciliatory tone in reaction to president trump's newest escalation of the trade war between the two countries the s and p five hundred index closed at the highest level since february technology shares lead today's gain sending the nasdaq composite index to a record consumer prices rose less than forecast in june west texas crude oil fell to seventy dollars a barrel let's check the closing numbers dow jones industrials up two hundred twenty four points to twenty four thousand nine twenty four s and p five hundred rose twenty four points almost nine tenths of a percent and the nasdaq surged one hundred seven almost one point four percent the treasury note unchanged at two point eight four percent netflix set a new high for digital streaming overtaking hbo an emmy award nominations for the first time netflix securing one hundred twelve nominations more than any other network while hbo received one hundred eight according to the academy of television arts and sciences mark mills bloomberg radio hello it's me the designer jeans in the back of your closet what happened to us i used to summer in the hamptons and now i'm stuck behind a pair of sweats okay maybe i never really fit you right but i got a lot more sunday funday is left in me so take me to goodwill where.

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