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Fresh update on "kelli" discussed on Edelman Financial Services
"Please gamble responsibly Gambling problem, call 888532. 3500 shining a giant spotlight of truth. The killer was white. We would know all about them. While some remain in the dark, you know, watched all three cable channels and I didn't see any reference to the killer. And I haven't even seen a photo The killer Mark Levin. If the media honest they would report the way they always report no matter who the people are no matter their faith, no matter their backgrounds, her ancestries, but they don't do that. Because their corruption mark Levett weekdays at four on Knsd, so What? Why? I don't know why you There's no solutions. There's no salute like I'm looking for you. You need to give us the solution. We you can get hundreds of thousands of people to sign the petition today to get rid of Doug. The Republican Party of Arizona is not just Kelli Ward, though the Democrats would love for you to believe that and some Republicans would as well I'll tell you this year and I could make a deal with you. I can bring this up at our executive committee of the Republican Party that reading tomorrow and get some opinions, get them some input from all around the state. Um, to see how we can truly shape this party into the party that we want it to be. I wanted to be a party of leaders. A party of freedom fighters. You're you're the leader you are You ran. You ran to be the head chairman of a party of wimp, liars, backgrounders and losing. Do it, Kelly. Right now You're being that right now. You're being like you can sit back and go. Yeah, he needs to be recalled. He literally. We now have the giant news that he only wants to keep the emergency going so he can get his hands on billions of dollars of federal cash. My kid is suffering one that said that I mean our board of supervisors. Uh, all of the boards of supervisors as far as I know in the counties have said that exact things from the very beginning. Um, is very, very disheartening to me as a taxpayer's fine, But But here's the thing you know, here again. No, his legislatively and play is and said to state. Rep. Fincham We're not ending the public health emergency because that will close the door on access to federal funds. Not that it's an emergency. So we're doing this. He ruined businesses, thousands of businesses, but the Legislature needs to do it for him. But they haven't been strong enough and let center there was definite. Let him veto it. Because that exposes more of what's going on happening Either you nailed it, so why not use the power? You have forget about meeting with all these other people? Just listen to me. Just listen to me. I do I I have been pressuring the Why do you think that so many of them have signed a letter saying that I should resign from being the chairman? Mark Fincham himself is on that letter as well. Which is very, very disgusting and disheartening. Um, those legislators need to stay in their lane. They need the Legislature. They need to free us instead of meddling around in in party business. So so if I can see this Then, if you know, you said legislators must do it. Then let's pressure the legislators. Kelly, let's say so then so then, so then they don't like to hang on hang pressure. That's why they're saying Kelli Ward, get out. There are Doug Ducey side the people that legislators that find that letter to say Kelli Ward should I got you? I got you. I got elected and you should resign there on Doug's side. McCain side look at who's on the list and you'll know who they are and who we need to replace. So why not call for every PC in the state of Arizona? To put up there and pledge we are not. We are not going to help any Republican House member Republican Senate Republican buddy running for any office. We're not gonna do anything for him unless they publicly come out and say yes, we need to recall dog. That's how we pressure them because we choke off the money. We choke off the support and then they will be forced to do what we want them to do. Can can you not agree to do that right now? Because the PCs have to make that decision for themselves. Why didn't I? Why don't you resign? Why don't you resign? Because I don't understand. I you know you're not. You're not being a good leader myself. I have. I'm a PC here in Mojave County. My husband is a PC. We work hard to register Republicans and and we work hard to elect America first. What about Arizona? First Republicans matter? Here's thing again. If you're not willing to do this, Kelly, which is what the people I believe overwhelmingly want to do, then step down. Let's get somebody in there. That will do it because you're supposed to give leadership as the head of the party and say, dog is not doing a good job. I suggest, do it. Nobody was no, I don't believe so. Representative victim called out for recall. Has representative Leach has representative Iraqi We we, we will We know what present Either way. I don't have that I update we, That's my point. Though we happen We can force them to do it because if they don't do what we will end their political careers. Well, but we haven't been powerful and united enough. We've been too busy fighting with each other to get those things done. So we have got no no, This is what I want, Unite, unite with me right now. Kelly at night with me, Unite with me. Save the country. Got to save the state first. When your night with me right now, Kelly and let's force every lawmaker. To call for the recall of Doug Ducey, or we will not donate. We will not work for them. We will not knock on doors. We're gonna replace them. It's as simple as that. Well, there's to me. There are so many bigger things than this is the biggest going to be gone in a year. Um, you know, making him do what the will of the people is, is much more important than allowing him to estate. You're chasing people who listen, Kelly, I know you and I know your long time. You know me. You're you're chasing people away from the party. Right now. This is why this is why they're going to a Patriot party because they're like we want conservatives to be done like they were like we just want President. Trump does not support any Patriot party. He wants to save the No. But it's not..
"kelli" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!
"To nobody told me i'm laura owens. I'm jam black and on this episode. We'll be finding out about a new way to take charge of your own happiness and health. Our guest dr. Kelli harding says love friendship. Community purpose and our environment can have a far greater impact on our health and anything that happens in the doctor's office. Dr harding is a columbia university. Trained board certified psychiatrist. Who specializes in the interplay between mental and physical health. She's the author of the book. The rabbit effect live longer happier and healthier with the groundbreaking science of kindness. Dr hardy thank you so much for joining us. It has such a pleasure to be with you both. I just love what you're doing. Oh well we love what you're doing as well and you know i was thinking about it. Kindness is a concept. We understand from the time. We're really young so tell us about the science of kindness and why its groundbreaking on so that's the thing right. It seems so simple. It's something that we know you know. Even the youngest child has a sense of kindness and yet it's something that becomes so challenging and so many different areas of our lives so a lot of times But what's so nice about it. Is it something that we can come back to. And what's incredible and especially as a physician. I was just blown away by. There's decades of science showing how kindness boosts our health. So tell us how a study in the nineteen seventies with rabbits ended up. Inspiring your work and your book so many years later as to negative really interested in this idea of what are we missing in medicine because i kept seeing on the wards patients who would defy diagnoses and continued to live full. Lives and do well despite Really serious illnesses. And then the flip side of that also patients who had no identifiable medical illness but weren't feeling well worked functioning. Well felt there was something wrong with them. So i got really interested in trying to figure out what was going on that we were missing. Thought it had something to do with mental health and The interplay between the mind and the body and An actually a eventually in i did this. Research fellowship in medically unexplained symptoms at columbia and And actually led me to ravitz. Tell us about the study with roberts in particular so So the study is an old study. That is back from the nineteen. Seventy s by this wonderful researcher by the name of dr robert near him and Doctor or near as a basic scientist or was basic scientists and he was looking at heart health with rabbits so he had these genetically identical rabbits that he was basically feeding high fat diet..
Fresh update on "kelli" discussed on Edelman Financial Services
"Indeed, it is his voice that said during the campaign immediately surged to the border. All those people seeking asylum you should come because Mexico says this is Biden's mess. It is Biden Smith's Their entire country is now a sanctuary nation. This is happening and this has been on purpose right now. They don't have a plan. And what happens next hole from Yemen apprehended at the border will happen here. Everyone is vulnerable even in small towns, This story and more on Kunst Am 7 90 here, Louis with you, knsd am 7 92 sounds most stimulating. Check. You are my work wife. I never get way out anymore and get away. Three things I think, you know, brought by stronger plumbing. Erin Solar number one huge news broke today. A state remark. Fincham has been in studio and he told me this yesterday and this is a big deal for the first time ever. A Doug Ducey employee Legislative liaison told Mark When marks what is going to take, you know, break this and and this public health emergency. And the guy said, Well, you know, if if we do ended, it closed the door and access to federal funds. So it's all about the money that are you flipping kidding me. Every Republican should be outraged. Second thing I think you need to know. Maybe this is related to it. Big speak story at a Channel three up in Phoenix, where apparently $1.2 million no bid contract went to a Democrat lobbyist named Mario Diaz, who also helped Doug Ducey get elected. Doug hired him to work. On his campaign, his reelection campaign $1.2 million. No bid contract to get Hispanics I guess vaccinated and it ends up with only 14% of the the area that he was working on getting vaccinated. 1.2 million. No bid. I mean, this is crazy. Third thing I think you need to know we are short on police here, down to 747 officers on patrol. Uh, it'll be down to 707 by next year with no changes, According to Magnus, three things I think you need to know. So let's bring on the Arizona Republican Party chairwoman, Kelli Ward Kelly. Thank you for hanging out What's happening? Take it. Hey, Garrett. It's great to talk to you. I'm getting my car washed right now. You know, I'm killing two birds with one stone. There you go to talk to you. And I'm glad to talk to you. Because you know you and I see eye to eye on so many things. And you know, my job here is the chairman of the party is to get good Conservative America first people representing us at all levels of government from the school board to the City Council to the Board of Supervisors. To to the state Legislature to Congress to the Senate to the White House. And, um you know, there's going to be some shakeups here. I think in 2022, I think if anything What we saw with the feeling of the election from President Trump. We're going to get to the bottom of the audit, no matter how much the Maricopa County Board of supervisors, their attorneys and others associated with the county dragged their feet. Going to get to the bottom of it, and I think it's woken up a lot of people. We can't just have anybody with an R behind their names. We gotta have people. Let's talk about that. Then let's talk about that. Because one of those guys didn't mention governor. Doug Ducey. This guy has an R behind his name, but he's given no bid contracts to Democrat lobbyists. He has put out his second garbage executive order where he really didn't end the mask mandate didn't end the covid restrictions. And he's refusing to end them by just having the Department of Health. Uh, put out an executive order saying no more mass mandates. County health departments in cities no more. He could do it. He's refusing to do that. So we are pissed. We have had it. So what are you doing as the head of the Republican Party here in Arizona? What are you doing to counteract? What do see is doing right now? Well, And don't forget that Governor Ducey would love for everybody to think that he is the same kind of governor as uh, as the Santas in Florida that he's never shot us down, But we have been shut down. It has damaged businesses large and small. It's damaged individual people. It's harmed our freedom. But the tyrannical rule of the executive Republican or Democrat has got to end. We the people are awake and we are the boss of those elected officials if they don't live Listen to us. Then we have to get new representatives not just elected officials to do that. Um so, yes, we are calling out. Believe me from the beginning whenever Governor Ducey banned the use of hydroxychloroquine. So what? What needs to happen then? Yeah, that is so sensitive. I know. And you're a doctor. So and it killed people killed people. Yes. So then I mean, knowing that shouldn't Doug Ducey be recalled? Well, you know, he's going to be out in in less than that's a no right now. Because he's turned out. Doesn't matter with this guys. I mean, can we get somebody to go? It doesn't mean that Katie Hobbs gets the job. We could have a good republic. Good conservative. Katie Hobbs will not get the job. There would be an election. Yes. So then why? Why not? Why not me And this guy's okay. You You're saying that his banning of Hydroxychloroquine killed people. We now know that he doesn't want to end his own legislative liaison, admitted to state Rep. Finchem. We are not going to end the public health emergency because that would end access to federal funds. So they are making my kid wear mask. They are ruining businesses, suicides up depressions up. People are losing their homes all because he wants money. If that doesn't scream, recall or impeachment. What does Well, and it's not just because of what he's doing is because of what all of us have been willing to do The cowing down the the blind obedience to tyranny is, um Is not good for our nation. I got you. So what can we do? We get it we get from the from the Republican Party chairman stand. You know, there's a lot of things that we have to do. We have to win that governor's seat back. We have to get the secretary of state but the superintendent of public instruction, We have to make sure that we keep the attorney general and the treasurer's position as well as the mine. Inspector. Don't forget about the mind. Okay, Kelly, I got I got a lot of Republicans. Kelly Kelly. Trust me. I'm not trying to cut you off on purpose. But we got to stay focused on this because You know what I do? We do You not sit back because we had Chili case on yesterday, and she had no freaking clue as to what the hell to do to try to fight back on this and to me, and you tell me, I think it's a very simple plan. I think that we we pressure every single Republican state lawmakers sent it in the house and tell them through LDS and committee men and everything and say We are not going to plant any signs. We're not going to knock on any doors. Not going to fundraise not gonna give any money unless you get this guy out. Hold him accountable, force him to do what we want to do. Is that? Not a good man? What? Because you guys spice represent us. Not him. Our state our start state legislator towards have so much power that they do not use. Um, from the very beginning. The there have been too many mild bills that to take back the power to the people. Um That's the first thing they should have done As soon as they got into session in January, was to rescind this order, rescind the power of the executive and get us back on track. They talked a lot, but they didn't act. Um Yeah. I think I think it's noble to want to, um, you know, change the top of the the top of the tower as it exists right now. But I also think that if we only concentrate on that, that we potentially lose everything else down, down down the ballot down the ticket and eventually lose are entitled to see that I don't see. Here's the thing under Doug. We've had the two Senate seats go blue. We've had our majority shrink in the state Legislature, and this is all under Doug as being governor, So I don't I don't. I think if you actually got rid of this, this McCain Democrat I think would actually inspire other people to run and to get involved and to do more like there is major enthusiasm right now. But right now, people have no faith in the Republican Party because there's no plan. And there's there's no They're like there's you know, we we get to Chile case didn't want to talk about recalling Doug. After all the bad things he has done. He's the guy that again is letting us flap in the wind letting Pima County have a mask mandate. A stroke of the pen is all it takes. Why should we not fight back against this guy? Just because he has an or against his name, so I'm asking you as the head of the party. What is your plan to make dog? Do what we want him to do. Well, I agree with you. I believe that his position as governor is to protect the people of our state from these these little tyrants that are in Tucson that are in Phoenix that are in flag. How do we do that?.
"kelli" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"kelli" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
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It's one thing that's full of the best things and pretty dang tasty to try it out for yourself simply visit athletic greens dot com slash vine and join health. Experts athletes and health conscious goes around the world who make daily commitment to their health. Every day again visit athletic greens dot com slash fine and get your free year supply of vitamin d and five. Free travel packs today. Podcast one presents off the vine with kaitlyn bristowe. Caitlyn is creating a space. Girls can feel empowered to be themselves. Get ready for lots of last thoughts on soldier to die and wine live. Get ready to shake things up. Here's caitlyn off the vine. I'm your host kaitlyn bristowe so excited for today's episode with dancing. Queen tick tock kelly and now you've probably heard of her if you don't follow her you need to. You've definitely seen her super. Catchy fund vibrant amazingly edited videos that constantly go viral on tiktok and i g. Her instagram is at kelly. Dactyl which i get to the bottom two and her tiktok is at happy kelly and they're both filled so much feel good content that you just need to follow her husband. Freeman is her right hand man who helps come up with. Lots of the ideas does a lot of the editing. He's here to help us. Get some inside scoop on how he makes these amazing bids that so many of you had questions about pius my sources tell me that she danced behind britney spears in a commercial and i may have asked her. What britney spears smells like. Because i'm a fan girl. I can't wait to ask me more questions. Let's get started in meet kelly and her husband freeman. I hope you enjoy. How cute are you guys sharing your little headset. That's so cute. How are you guys. we're good. How are you good. Thank you for joining me today. I just didn't do you want me to send you an extra headset splitter. Something we just need to buy one and just kidding. I actually think it's quite cute. Thank you so much for coming on the podcast. I have obviously Anything dance related. And do you guys. Have you guys ever done an interview. Podcast injury have not together. No not really. What was molar. Ones not recently not within the last one. Because i was like. I always see you dancing but i never get to hear you talk so i have so many questions for you. Where are you guys right now. We're in la you are okay. that's the permanently. And how did the two of you meet so we met on. We matched on a dating app. Actually and do you want. Do you wanna go from there. Sure yes. I was living in salt. Lake city utah. Telly was dancing in new york But we had matched because we had like setting set to limited or whatever. And i happened to visit a friend in new york one weekend. That was for my birthday. We can meet at like a little trip out to visit him and told kelly that was in town. We met up on my birthday in times. Square and kelly fell in love and kelly was the one that bell that night. That's so cute. How long have you been together. Three years almost not very yeah note is a good amount of time. I feel like. I've been with my boyfriend for two years now and i feel like two years is where you're like. Wow we really know each other. Yeah three and you guys are still looking at each other acutely. So that's it so my understanding is that long before your insanely cool tiktok videos you. Guys were are acting several shows including hairspray. Live glee your broadway and a ton of commercials are still lacking. Yeah so i am still dancing. Mostly dancing a little bit acting. But just since the pandemic hit everything shutdown. Hollywood shut down. So i kind of pivoted because i had to do but i'm still pursuing all that But it's still kind of slow as things are starting to pick back up. Yeah i feel like everybody is kind of feeling like this sloth Tiktok is not slow right now on the right industry. Yes very busy keeps me busy. Was there something like that. You noticed in your pivotal time with a breakthrough role. That like actually. Maybe it could be before this like. What was your breakthrough role that that you're like. Wow that i really did it. I think definitely when i joined the cast of wicked. That was huge. Just because. I mean i'm a little dancer from washington state and auditioned in l. a. And i have been working on different jobs and things but to be cast in a production. So huge was really exciting. It was not. It wasn't even really dream of mine. Because i didn't realize i could be something like that. Which is kind of crazy. So they got dream. I didn't know. I had. And so when i first joined. I joined the touring company. And so i tore it all over the us with The touring cast and that was really really huge for me to like have this. Like.
Gillespie, Moore lead No. 3 Villanova past Providence 71-56
"Third ranked Villanova dominated the second half of the seventy one fifty six mauling of Providence the game was tied until Collin Gillespie nailed a three pointer at the halftime warned second half we were able to get good looks at the at the ram and guys are doing a great job find other guys when when the defense collapsed that ignited the Wildcats offense then out scored the friars forty four thirty in the second half Glaspie Justin Moore scored fifteen points apiece for Nova which was in action for just the second time since December twenty third due to multiple covert nineteen stoppages Kelli Daniels added twelve points and Jermaine Samuels had ten for the tenant one Wildcats Providence actually led twenty eleven with just six minutes left until intermission I'm Dave very
Warnock makes history with Senate win as Dems near majority
"Democrat Raphael Warnock won one of Georgia's two Senate run off but his opponent Republican Kelli Leffler is not conceding meanwhile the other races too close to call revenue more not becomes the first black senator in Georgia's history and puts the Senate majority within the democratic party's reach the improbable journey that led me to this place in this historic moment in America could only happen here we were told that we couldn't win the selection Leffler tells supporters this is a game of inches and she's going to win we're going to make sure every vote is counted every that's right John also if wins the other run off Democrats flip control of the Senate if David Perdue wins the Republicans keep it I'm Julie Walker
Georgia tallies votes as US Senate control hangs in balance
"It's been a very tight race in Georgia Senate runoff elections with the vote count still not finalized this is history unfolding in Georgia Senate candidate Democrat Jon Ossoff Tuesday hopeful he and Reverend Raphael Warnock could flip the Georgia Senate seats from Republican to Democrat giving president elect Joe Biden a same party Congress Georgia election official Gabriel sterling says it could go either way large blue sections around the cities and lots and lots of little red sections and the rest of the state at a GOP rally the state party chairman says normally the results would have been in Tuesday night you wait for the ballots to be counted but I will tell you this that other than the good lord above we are trusting no one president trump urged Republicans to make sure to vote for incumbents Kelli Leffler and David Perdue I'm Jackie Quinn
Trump warns of high stakes on eve of Georgia Senate runoffs
"President trump in an election eve rally for two Georgia candidates continues to falsely claim he won the November election with an enthusiastic crowd chanting fight for trump the president continued to insist he got more votes in Georgia than Joe Biden there's no way we lost your job with the rally wants to encourage strong voter turnout for Republican senators Kelli Leffler and David Perdue to keep GOP control of the Senate the last chance we will have to save all that president trump is accomplished do you have to address supporters by videotape quarantine because of cold exposure president trump he said as C. sar truly the last line of defense no I must say because he just couldn't see now I'm Jackie Quinn
Arizona’s Katie Hobbs calls Trump’s call to Georgia counterpart ‘appalling’
"Right now. Arizona's Secretary of state Katie Hobbs, says she's appalled at phone call President Trump had with Georgia's secretary of state about the election results. Along the call President Trump said he needed to find about 12,000 votes. Secretary Brad Rafts Burger dismissed and debunk all the president's allegations of voter fraud in Georgia. The state Republican Party is part of a case aiming to get to give Vice President Mike Pence the ability to overturn an electoral college vote, and that case is on his way to the Supreme Court. Chairwoman Kelli Ward says they sent emotion directly to justice Alito, which she hopes speeds up the process. That case was dismissed
"kelli" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"It's gone to Washington. Kelli Ward is a bit of an embarrassment to the GOP. Who at this point, they're kind of a laughing stock. Because now you've just decided well, even though the election is done Even though procedure was followed. Even though objections were raised recounts were had the courts have not seen any evidence there continues to be no evidence. It doesn't matter now. We're just gonna Hijack the entire process Once it gets to Washington, aren't we smart? You're bold. Um Your plan is Complex. That doesn't mean it's a good plan. It doesn't mean that you're you're wise. Um You think this would work would mean that you believe that the entire system is completely malleable. And it's not And if the system is this malleable, why did you spend so much money on the elections in the first place? Why we spent millions of dollars in the elections in Arizona. Why, when all you had to do was sue your way to the top and put in a slate of unsanctioned unofficial electors, including yourself. It's nonsense. There's one slate of electors from Arizona that one slate of electors cast their ballots in the same way. There's one slate of electors. Coming from states that President Trump won. Not how this this is not how it works, and it's embarrassing. Frankly, it's embarrassing, and it starts to make Arizona look Backwards. Just Backwards. And Um And infantile. It's a temper tantrum at the highest level disguised as aren't we smart? No. No. It's foolish and it's a waste. And the kicker here. Somebody's paying for this. Somebody's got the money. He was spending on all these shenanigans. That money is coming from I don't know. Have you seen The GOP selling T shirts. Is that how they're paying for all of this? No. Thanks for your donations. All right. It's creepy. It's cold, and it's solved. One cold case. Looks to be resolved at this point tell you about some incredible science that led to the capture of someone who's been wanted for 20 years. Next Chris Marilyn from my groom indicates they are the Corona virus vaccine is here in Arizona. It's one thing to have the supplies here. It's another thing to move hundreds of thousands of people through a queue so that they get these vaccinations, and it's also to build confidence.
Biden tells Georgia that GOP Senate would block his agenda
"Fresh off an electoral college victory president elect Biden is now trying to secure democratic control of the Senate hello Georgia it's great to be back weeks after becoming the first democratic presidential candidate to win Georgia in nearly thirty years by that appeared at a rally for Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock two political newcomers in a runoff with incumbent GOP senators David Perdue and Kelli Leffler when he blasted as Republican road blocks set rate is too mad we will control the Senate GOP win in either race would keep the Senate under Republican control bided warns he did then face the same kind of obstruction the Obama administration faced most of its eight years and urged Georgia not to let it happen we get so much done Sager make ani Washington
Trump presses own grievances at rally for Georgia senators
"President trump returned to the campaign trail Saturday night in Georgia on behalf of a pair of Senate candidates while at the same time pressing his own effort to undo his election loss thank you supporters it may have sounded a lot like the good old days that is prior to president trump's November election defeat to Joe Biden I thank president elect Biden won Georgia by more than twelve thousand votes but hours before the event trump called Georgia governor Brian camp asking him to order a special session of the state legislature aimed at subverting the results senior government official in Georgia with knowledge of the call says the governor refuse to make sure your governor gets a lot tougher than he's been content invited trump to the rally in Valdosta in hopes he would boost the candidacies of senators David Perdue and Kelli Leffler were facing January fifth runoff elections that will determine control of the Senate I'm Ben Thomas
Georgia elections official urges Trump to rein in supporters
"A Georgia election official lashes out at the rhetoric and threats of violence as a steak conductors presidential ballot recount it has to stop Gabriel sterling says he had to say something after learning a twenty something elections contractor in Gwinnett county has endured death threats just because he's taking part in the recount I got police protection outside my house fine you know I took a higher higher profile job I get secretary for officer wife knew that too this kid took a job he just took a job sterling who is a Republican lays the blame on president trump in the state's Republican senators David Perdue and Kelli Leffler it's too much it's not right they've lost the moral high ground to claim that it is I'm to McGuire
Control of the Senate is a razor-close proposition in the election
"Several incumbent U. S. senators who are facing stiff challenges held on to their seats while the recent Georgia won't be over until January Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell was in a tight race but has won reelection in Kentucky it was neck and neck for south Carolina's Lindsey Graham and his democratic challenger we did it Graham was victorious and has a message to Democrats that voters like what he's doing view an active gender you're talking about we're going to bury it in the Senate because it's bad for America an Alabama Senate seat flipped former Auburn football coach Tommy Tuberville forced out Democrat Doug Jones while in Colorado former governor John Hickenlooper defeated incumbent Republican senator Cory Gardner as for Georgia there's a runoff race January fifth between incumbent Republican Kelli Leffler and democratic challenger pastor Raphael Warnock who's hoping to become Georgia's first black U. S. senator Jacqui Quinn Washington
DOJ won't reveal congressional candidate who asked for, received hacked info on their opponent
"With less than 100 days before the presidential election. U. S intelligence officials are warning that Russia and other adversaries are once again interfering in our democratic process. In 2016, Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered his intelligence agencies to create chaos in our system, using a combination of social media manipulation, propaganda and other dirty tricks. President. Trump's Justice Department currently has at least two open cases against Russian citizens for disrupting the 2016 presidential and congressional elections. As we first reported last November, 12 Russian military officers are still at large, charged with breaking into the Democratic Party's computers in 2016. Stealing compromising information and selectively releasing it to undermine specific candidates. There's no evidence of similar operations against Republicans in 2016. With the 2020 election's just around the corner. Ah cautionary tale, the Russian hack. The Russians never left. I can guarantee you in 2016. After this all into news. They never left. They didn't stop doing what they're doing. This wasn't just a one time thing. No way. Russia doesn't do it that way. Robert Anderson should know. He spent 21 years inside the cloak and dagger world of spies and hackers overseeing the FBI's counterintelligence and cyber divisions. And tracking Moscow spy agencies, an alphabet of artifice, the FSB S V, R, and especially the G R U G. RU is military intelligence. So when we look at the attacks that happened during a presidential Races in 2016. You had military organisations inside of Russia attacking our infrastructure. So are the hackers or are the soldiers? So they're both on in most cases in most these units or not just hackers. They're probably some of the best mathematical minds in Russia. These air seasoned professionals that have worked away up the ranks to be in these units. To carry out the strategic attacks on behalf of that country. These are the hacker soldiers from G R U unit 26165, who, according to the Justice Department were responsible for breaking and entering into the Democratic Party's computers remotely from Moscow. Their names, ranks and faces are now on the FBI's most wanted list for stealing, among other things, the Democrats, strategic plans detailed targeting data and internal polling. G R U Colonel Alexander also joke commanded a separate unit. 744551 of his officers was in charge of spreading this stolen material to political operatives, bloggers and the media. Another hack state election boards. It wasn't some £400 guy in his parents Basement. No, this was a well choreographed military operation. With units that not only were set up specifically to hack into obtain information, but other units that were used for psychological warfare or weaponizing that this is not an operation that was just put together haphazardly. So that was the 26165 unit. The Justice Department's National security division is overseeing the Russian hacking case once they're doing that keystroke monitoring, Assistant Attorney General John Dimmers runs the division. Along with the deputies, Adam Hickey and Sean knew DOJ attorney Heather Al Pino worked with special counsel Mueller on the Russian indictments all have access to the underlying intelligence and have no doubt the rush. Shins interfered in the 2016 election. This really happened. Yes, that really happened. And we believe that if we had to, we could prove that in court tomorrow, using only admissible non classified evidence to 12 jurors. You ever expect to get the 12 Russian officials The trial. I would be surprised, But the purpose of the indictment isn't just that, although that's certainly one of the purposes, the purposes of this kind of indictment is even, uh, to educate the public. For a legal document. The 29 page indictment is a page Turner It. Details how U. S intelligence agencies tracked each defendant's actions, sometimes by the keystroke, revealing the fictitious names and phony emails used to infiltrate the Democrats, computers. And tracing the stolen data on its circuitous route from Washington, D. C. To Moscow. The information in the indictment is very detailed. You have descriptions of the Russian agents. Typing. Into their computers. Obviously, I can't go into too much detail because I don't want to reveal investigative methods. But the inside here is that behind every one of those Keyboard's is not night P address. It's a human being those indicted G R U agents. The U. S. Says one team, working out of a building in Moscow called the Tower created a website and a provocative character to disseminate this stolen material. Lucifer 2.0 So goose over 2.0 is a fictional online persona. It's all an effort. The Russian side to hide their involvement. And these guys are pretending to be one lone hacker. Correct, and that works. What it gives them is plausible deniability. Right. They don't need to work 100% as long as the Russians, Khun say. Wasn't us. Posing as goose A for 2.0. The Russians offered up stolen documents to Julian Assange, Jas wiki leaks and self proclaimed dirty trickster Roger Stone. It was all part of a broad campaign to disrupt the presidential election. But there was another less well known part of the Russian operation to undermine Democrats running for Congress. It started as large document dumps where goose for 2.0 was kind of taunting and saying, I have more Kelli Ward Burton was executive director of the D. Triple C. The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. When the Russians hacked the committee's computers, these bullet points at the top are the summary for how we need to win. They swiped and dumped on the Internet material, she told us cost millions of dollars to produce. Battle plans for congressional races, demographic research on voters and extensive dossiers on the weaknesses of their own candidates. So when we deliberate internally about anything, you know that's not intended to be made public, and that's what makes this so important to understand these as stolen documents. It's not different than Watergate. It's not different than When Republicans came into the DNC and stole documents from the file cabinets. It's the cyber version of that they came into our office and they stole Our documents. Documents were never intended to be public. And then they used that in the election, even Democrat party bosses or questioning his character. Ward was shocked when Republicans used the stolen internal materials in this negative ad. We reach out to them and ask them, you know, we way, said We've been the victims of a cyber attack by a foreign adversary. Will you make a commitment not to use any of these stolen materials in In the campaigner in the 2016 election, and they wouldn't make a commitment to do so, she says. In the months leading up to the elections, Russian tactics evolved, the indiscriminate document dumps became more frequent and strategic. There would be thousands of documents that would show up on one day and then they got smarter and he started to really specific documents. Related to our specific races or documents that were in art most targeted states and are most targeted areas.
"kelli" Discussed on The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris
"What impact kid big tech album on the primaries. Ladies and Gentlemen Children Ages. To. Serve NAME'S T. Yet, big hearing yesterday. And in that hearing, some things were expressed that we. Pretty much already know. Like the fact that when it comes to technology. When it comes to social media. To serve as a pretty much persecuted. There's definitely a double Saturday censor conservatives big tech attacks conserve the we know that there's no, we feel that's the case we think that's the case that is that is the case those are the facts I mean think about this twitter allowed a tweet from the leader of Iran the largest state sponsor of terrorism in the tweet he talks about striking a blow against the United States, they allow that but they censored on junior they censor the president the this is crazy. So they're going to hear about that today in in in the hearing about this double standard is. The ring of the conservative Circus A, we have a Z GOP chairwoman, Dr Kelli Ward and Dr Ward I. Mean We talk about the primaries and we talk about Big Tick Tech Censorship. Is there a question that they are at work trying to make sure that conservative candidates don't get elected? i. think that certainly are James. Team. When you hear Congressman Jim Jordan talking about president trump's. Censored junior censored Chairman Kelli Ward is also being censored by twitter. I am still suspended because I dare to tweet out Beth, they were censoring a video five. Talking about their own success with their own patients utilizing. Chloroquine and So basically, they told me I was suspended because I spread quote false information unquote about Kobe. Or information that goes against. So called accepted science, which there is no science that's accepted right now there are studies better out there showing that hydroxy cork winning combination with some other things are effective. There are other studies showing that it isn't there isn't one study though that shows that harmful. I'll just tell you that. but once president. Trump. Mentioned Cq the whole thing became politicized by the media and now you can get censored for just tweeting out a video of doctors because they've been getting the results. Wait a minute is. Serving, Dr. Kelli. Ward you. You're a doctor. So wait you're a doctor. With the medical doctors don't you think I think so you will be more qualified to say, Hey, you know what? There's something to this hydrochloric win. People over at twitter and yet because you'll you got caught up in a sweep with Don. Jr. and everybody else who shared that not only did it get removed from your platform but you ended up getting dinged you still in twitter jail. I'm still in jail because I didn't just take my my scarlet, T my my scarlet letter T. By removing post that they've already removed so that they could for two weeks put up on my on my page that I violated their standards and so I've appealed because I don't think I did anything wrong but remember they didn't just suspend me. Kelli. Ward they didn't just send me Dr Kelli, Ward they suspended duly elected chairman of the Republican Party of Arizona no other State Party chair Republican or Democrat has been limited like that. My twitter to my knowledge Arizona's a battleground. We know this this cycle in the presidential in the US Senate and twitter took this action a week before the primary and less than one hundred days before the November election. It's crazy. This is exactly what I'm talking about when people are like, why are you always complaining because you've been shut down the point you just made is absolutely on point and vital here we have a primary coming up here you are chairman of the Party I think don Jr. only got penalized for twelve hours you got put on on twitter timeout. You're telling me that yours is going for days and that you have to make appeals to get back in there pretty much shutting down the chairman of the state right before primary right before general election with no telling how long this is going to last they have removed your voice from the elections. Yes one hundred percent, and they're these social media companies having the ability to censor opinions that they don't agree with is fundamentally on American it is anti-democratic and not just me I think I have been targeted by quitter because that video is still up all over the place and people aren't removed from twitter but I still am but Americans all over the nation have reported this kind of troubling behavior by these platforms to censor their speech, they delete entire accounts with no warning no rationale, the recourse I check in with my twitter. All it does is we'll get to you whenever we get to you but this never ever ever ever ever happened to the last case. It's conservatives who are singled out who are targeted for removal or silencing. We have a GOP chair chairwoman the Dr Kelli Ward we're finding out that she has been pretty much a canceled. By by twitter by social because of opposing the she made that many people seventeen million people saw this thing and it has reopened the question over hydrochloric and I believe a Dr Ward that at this as you just said, you know the left, they're not getting caught up in this and. At first you don't WanNa. Think you're just picking on me because who am I in the big world of twitter who am I but I'm here to tell you that yes, they know who you are and yes, they know what they're doing and I've heard that first hand from some of the people who work within twitter and who worked within facebook that this is a coordinated plan to basically ensure that Donald trump does not get reelected as fanciful as that sounds it is a real thing. It is real. It is real and they're not even hiding it that they're partnering with the Democrats. The tip, the scale in twenty twenty we see it every single day when they choose what tweets to censor and they don't enforce their policies equally, they allow terrorist, they allow dictators they allow foreign propagandists to abuse the platform regularly they're all this corona virus stuff quitters loud but Chinese Communist Party just spread their propaganda repeatedly and my tweet didn't even say I believe in hd q at basically. Said Twitter and Big Tech is censoring these these doctors and censorship is wrong. They don't like to be called out whenever they're. They're censoring they really don't like it..
Honoring Late Rep. John Lewis: Public Viewing At U.S. Capitol Monday As Body Lies In State
"For Congressman John Lewis resumes this morning at eight o'clock at the civil rights leader will lie in state outside the U. S. Capitol for a second and final day. GOP's Mitchell Miller has more now from Capitol Hill. Terrance Jones is one of many who have braved the heat to take a moment and pay their respects to John Lewis was very important for me because I'm originally from Birmingham, Alabama, so legacy of John Lewis's burial Porting Kelli Malone and a friend drove from New York to D. C for the public viewing, Malone says Lewis literally took punches for the people during the civil rights movement, and she felt it was important to remember his legacy and his fight for social justice weaken doom much better as a country and it's a shame that in John Lewis is lifetime we weren't able to do. We were able to little bit better, but we could have done a whole lot better on Capitol Hill,
Senate Ethics Committee drops insider trading probe into Loeffler
"US senator Kelli Leffler is being cleared of accusations of insider trading Leffler came under investigation over major stock transactions after learning about the emerging corona virus pandemic pandemic the the the Senate Senate Senate ethics ethics ethics committee committee committee says says says it it it found found found no no no violation violation violation of of of the the the law law law or or or Senate Senate Senate ethics ethics ethics in in in November November November Leffler Leffler Leffler attempts attempts attempts to to to hang hang hang on on on to to to the the the seat seat seat she she she was was was appointed appointed appointed to to to which which which she she she faces faces faces Doug Doug Doug
"kelli" Discussed on The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris
"We have elections coming up in just a few months. And we need to make sure that all the is are dotted and the t's across. If there is ever an election where we just can't have any uncertainty is going. Be this one? Ah, given what to this nation has gone through the last three and a half years. Innocent to ring. We have Dr Kelli. Ward and doctor you Dr Ward. Stuff I think his name is Steven Richer in attorney that was hired in back at twenty eighteen election. He's uncovered some very interesting information about our Miracle County Recorder and it turns out. A lot of money might be owed. James T. it is great to be here with you and you are exactly right. This is an extremely important election. We all know we see the violence in the street. We see what the Democrats have rain down upon us and Maricopa County is an extremely important county. Maybe the most important county in the country and we've got Adrian Fonterra's the recorder Almighty I think is how he refers to himself puff possibly because despite knowing that he was going against what Arizona State Law permits. He told his colleagues in the middle of March that he was GonNa mail out last-minute ballots to voters who were not on the permanent early voter lists. Now the board of supervisors. Toll Font is that it was unlawful. Quarters in other counties told Fonterra's. It's unlawful Democrat Secretary of State Katie, Hobbs, told bond as it is unlawful, but anyway nonetheless vaunt went ahead with it, and when he did that, he misused hundreds of thousands of dollars in County Fund our money. Under the statute, I think it's thirty five, one ninety six font could be found individually liable, not the county, not the taxpayers Adrian himself, because he abused his power and violated state law and I think he should be found individually liable. What are the chances that he is going to reimburse to tax payers? Well I mean. If we have laws on the books, they should be enforced. I think that's what people are out there. protesting for, isn't it? I think so equal justice under the law, and that is for every person it is for George. Floyd, but it's also Adrian Pontet and you know he has a history of violating rules norm belong, and this is just the latest instance of it as the recorder, this is the fifth time that he's either violated the law or stepped into a gray. Area and he does it without any documented legal opinion, from from the county attorney or from any attorney he does it without the advice or the approval of the county attorney and so I. I can't figure him out either. He has some kind of a warped hero complex where he thinks he can do no wrong, and so he has to put everything into his own hand, even if it's not legally within his power to do so or truly truly, he doesn't understand the laws that govern our state and. Both of those possibilities really should be deeply troubling. They are to me. I'm sure they are to you. But it begs the question we have as E. GOP DR Kelli. Ward entering begs the question. It could be one or the other, but. He is allowed to continue in this position. Well! How why is he allowed? Because he's elected, I mean he is an elected official as we all know, it's very difficult to oust an elected official between elections and you know I'm not really a big fan of doing that woman. We're talking about the ballot box. I'm not talking that I'm talking about if rules have been broken, if laws have been broken violated here why? Why is anyone not pressing pressing him on that? He can't be found guilty, right? Well there's there's there's people that run for office bet from. Electorate. You're right about that. Ultimately we get what we deserve, but this is I as you said Dr Ward I mean this is a very important election, and it seems like we already have shenanigans going on. Oh! Yes, well, look at what happened in twenty eighteen with the opening of emergency voting centres that somehow only the Democrats knew about also in heavily Democrat sick Lee controlled areas. So you know what the law allows here is for Adrian volunteers. The individual who has violated laws abused his power in elected capacity as the the county recorder to be held individually liable for the hundreds of thousands of dollars that he misspent. That is the recourse at this particular time right this minute. Come November, third twenty twenty. The recourse is to out out Adrienne. Phantasm put someone in there who can assure our election integrity in Maricopa County and make sure that people have faith in the electoral process..
Justice Department drops probes into 3 senators' stock sales
"Probes of stock trades by three US senators have been closed justice department investigations of stock trading by three members of the U. S. Senate shortly before the corona virus pandemic sent markets tumbling have been closed senators Dianne Feinstein of California Kelli Leffler of Georgia and Jim in Hoff of Oklahoma are no longer under investigation according to people familiar with notifications sent to the senators there was no word about senator Richard Burr of North Carolina Senate records show between late January and mid February and his wife sold between roughly six hundred thousand dollars and one point seven million dollars in more than thirty transactions has temporarily stepped aside as chairman of the Senate
US closes probes into 3 senators over their stock trades
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting justice department investigations of stock sales by three senators have ended three US senators are no longer under justice department investigation for stock transactions made in the weeks before the corona virus outbreak sent markets downward senator Kelli Leffler of Georgia whose husband is chairman of the New York Stock Exchange said her accounts were managed by third party advisers senator Dianne Feinstein of California reported her husband sold between one point five million dollars and six million dollars worth of stock in a San Francisco based biotech company senator Jim in off of Oklahoma sold anywhere between roughly three hundred ninety five thousand dollars and eight hundred fifty thousand dollars worth of stock in multiple companies in late January and early February Mike Crossey up Washington
US closes probes into 3 senators over their stock trades
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting probes of stock trades by three US senators have been closed justice department investigations of stock trading by three members of the U. S. Senate shortly before the corona virus pandemic sent markets tumbling have been closed senators Dianne Feinstein of California Kelli Leffler of Georgia and Jim in Hoff of Oklahoma are no longer under investigation according to people familiar with notifications sent to the senators there was no word about senator Richard Burr of North Carolina Senate record show between late January and mid February and his wife sold between roughly six hundred thousand dollars and one point seven million dollars in more than thirty transactions has temporarily stepped aside as chairman of the Senate intelligence committee might cross yet Washington
What we do (and dont) know about COVID-19 and kids
"Kelli grant is a national health reporter for the Globe and Mail. Hello Kelly hello. Why don't we start this conversation by you? Just telling me about Dr Kate Zinser. Who is she and why does she have such a personal stake in the story? Were talking about today. So doctors sensors epidemiologist. She's at the University of Montreal and she's one of the CO leaders of a study that they're trying to get off ground in Quebec that they hope will tell them a bit more about how often kids actually transmit the corona virus. Now as you said she does have a really personal connection here and that is that I think. She sort of exemplifies the really hard decision that some families are having to make. Because we don't really understand this question about transmission. Her husband has stage four cancer. He's undergoing chemotherapy which makes him sort of the classic immuno-compromised person and she has two kids in the older of those two. Charlie who is six hasn't been called. Apraxia is a motor disorder. It's neurological disorder that affects his speech. And he was really thriving and kindergarten and really doing very well and now of course like everyone. They've had to take him out and because she's in Montreal which is looking at reopening schools on May twenty fifth. She and her family have this choice to make you know. How important is it to have Charlie in school versus? How important is it to protect his father from the possibility of the Krona virus? And if we better understood how likely charlier kids like him were to transmit the virus. That might have an effect on her personal decision. So how do you go about finding that out because I know you know even personally when we talk about sending my daughter back to daycare or other families that we know that's the first thing we wonder about him. We have never seen anything. That really conclusively told us while. That's because nobody really knows. So what doctors in her colleagues at news of Montreal Lavelle? How entered a public health authorities at the provincial and local level in Quebec are trying to do is sort of follow a large group of children at what they would consider sentinel schools and they would try to do testing these children and try to get a sense of how often they actually transmit the virus now? This particular study is still very much in the planning phase and right off the Bat. One of the difficulties. They are running up against his figuring out. What's the testing technology that you can use to follow these children Because as everybody knows there's issues around testing capacity and also some of the kinds of testing that you might WanNa do Can be a bit tough on children like these very diesel spots to. What they're looking at doing is collecting samples of saliva or what are called dried blood spots. Which is where you know you prick your finger and put it on a piece of paper and that know testing can be done through those dried blood spots. But they're actually looking at trying to perhaps collect the samples before some of the technology is perfectly in place so that question of of how they collect and analyze the samples is is a big one for them to start. But of course there still will be the kind of regular Pcr which is a test for the active infection that will still be going on at the same time with any of the children there following are tested through regular means they can follow them and then see these kids take this home and give it to their families. Do they spread it to other children today? Spread it to teachers so they want to follow this cigarette out so we might not have seen anything conclusively But I've definitely seen various conflicting reports. Can you kind of explain a little bit about what we may be? Think we might know about kids role in spreading this. I like how you said. Maybe we might know because that actually sums it up really nicely so there have been some smaller studies done. That seems to suggest not. The children. Don't transmit it. We clearly know that they do some have. It's happened sure. But perhaps they don't play as big a role in community spread as older folks as adults do. And so that comes from a couple of different places. There's been some data out of Iceland's and data out of the Netherlands A pretty interesting study at of Australia. And some looks at helps hold clusters. And what all of these kind of small studies all of which have various weaknesses or various. Caveats what they seem to have come to the conclusion of is it seems like they may spread a little bit less than adults. And there's a couple of different sort of theories about why that may be one of them. Is that children. Do seem for the most part to be more mildly affected by Cova nineteen so some of the thinking is just like even though there is a symptomatic priests and dramatic spread. Going on that you're perhaps less likely to spread it to as many people if you're not you know coughing wildly or sneezing wildly right but of course you know the these. These studies are all imperfect. This stuff is hard to figure out and one of the things right off the bat. Is You know a lot of these. Studies have taken place in an environment. Where school wasn't running as normal. The Australian study I mentioned. Some of the data gathering happened schools. Were technically still open. But after the premium Australian state had encouraged people to keep their kids home. So you know. We're going to get a good answer to this. Only after schools are up and running in a sort of widespread way.
Atlanta - Trump bashes Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp again over opening state
"Governor Kim's decision to re open some Georgia businesses draws a strong reaction from president trump I'm Jamie do pre in Washington in a public rebuke of the state from the White House until the governor's very simply that I disagree with this decision president trump said governor camp was moving too fast to re open some businesses bars of the beauty parlors and barber shops tattoo parlors they can wait a little bit longer though the president made clear the governor will make the final call on him to do what he thinks is right but I disagree with him is Mr trump says governor camps plans violate new White House guidelines on lifting corona virus restrictions governor bring him to Twitter after president trump's remarks saying he appreciates the framework provided by the White House and that he will continue this approach to protect the lives and livelihoods of all Georgians during an earlier teleconference with senator Kelli Leffler he had this to say I know this is a different world but we've got to continue to live in it for just a few more weeks and perhaps a few more months to continue to fight this threat he's confident business owners will adhere to minimum basic operations and prioritize the health and wellbeing of employees and
Senators deny trading on virus info as scrutiny mounts
"Senate intelligence committee chairman Richard Burr of North Carolina sold as much as one point seven million dollars in stocks in January and February right before the market sank he admits selling the stocks summit hotel companies because of the virus but this is the information came from media and science reports and not from sensitive government information there are similar complaints against Georgia Republican senators Kelli Leffler and David Perdue Oklahoma senator James Imhoff and Democrat Dianne Feinstein of California the group citizens for responsibility and ethics in Washington filed an ethics complaint against some of those lawmakers saying it appears that in a time of crisis the senators chose to serve themselves Jackie Quinn Washington
"kelli" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Updated indictment against Chicago native singer and accused child abuse her are Kelli the update adds a new accuser who would've been fourteen or fifteen years old at the time of the alleged crime WGN has reaction from Kelly's lawyer Mike Leonard this Hey often times there's gonna be a stripper stating what normally maintains that they've developed you know sort of better or in this case over the years all in that it's because to show that they're still struggling with how to some of the basic factual foundations for the charges he's also accused of videotaping himself having sex with underage girls of paying hush money and of paying off others to retrieve leaked video tapes is facing charges in Illinois New York in Minnesota is Illinois trial date is set for April but that will likely change he remains in federal lockup in Chicago Chicago police are investigating a deadly shooting on the city's south side they responded to the Gresham neighborhood led there by shot spotter technology I found the victim lying in the street near eighty a temple lineup he suffered multiple gunshots and later died at Christ hospital an officer tells W. G. and they believe he's a juvenile is a dented is yet to be released never been no arrests a judge has denied a motion that would have blocked cook county state's attorney can fox from using public funds to hire outside counsel in the defense of her office's handling of the just the small it case that motion was filed by retired judge she'll o'brien she's the one who first challenged boxes controversial decision to drop all charges against smaller boxes lawyers argued that she's had to take staff off of other criminal cases to deal with special prosecutor Dan webs investigation into the small at case wed testified before a judge that it's not unusual for a state's attorney's office to use public funds to pay for a case learning more about a new corona virus proclamation San Diego county California is made ABC's Alex stone an emergency is being declared in San Diego county but officials say it's an administrative moves so funds can be reimbursed and mutual aid can be used if needed San Diego county public health officer willow Wooten this does not mean that there is any increased risk to the general public to cases of corona virus are being treated in San Diego county either evacuees who flew in from on China and went to a military base Sir for a missing girl in Cayce South Carolina ended Thursday with the discovery of the child's remains along with the body of a neighbor ABC's Marcus more six year old face wedlick disappeared from her front yard Monday afternoon the three day search coming to a tragic end Thursday morning investigators saying they found the item belonging to Faye inside a neighbor's trash ten minutes later police finding little face body in a wooded area police identifying the neighbor as thirty year old Cody Taylor saying he was found dead inside his home shortly after police found phase body a federal jury has convicted Mike eleven Nadia of trying to extort millions of dollars from Nike have an Audi says celebrity lawyer who once represented adult film star stormy Daniels in a case against president trump and who once voted the idea of running for president Associated Press correspondent Jennifer king of an IT glared at jurors as the verdict is announced and shook hands with his lawyers before being led back to his cell prosecutors say the lawyer threaten to use as media access to hurt Nike's reputation and stock price unless the apparel company paid him up to twenty five million dollars defense attorney Scott's redneck says of an ID will appeal is disappointed but he's a fighter I became famous representing pornstar stormy Daniels in lawsuits against president trump he still faces in April trial on charges that he defrauded Daniels of hundreds of thousands of dollars of book proceeds as a trial coming up in Los Angeles in may on charges that he defrauded clients and failed to pay taxes prosecutors have wrapped up their closing arguments in a sexual misconduct case against former Hollywood film producer Harvey Weinstein the AP's Mike says sack the jurors are Holman all parties.
"kelli" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Kelli ward has won the election. She's now, the chairwoman of the Arizona Republican party. What's her plan to influence and improve the party? They interview with Kelly's up now dot com. This is coast to coast AM with George Noory and welcome back to coast to coast, Ken run back. Our special guest.
"kelli" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Making your New Year's resolutions, stick, do you believe that spending? At least a little will make your further commit to the resolution. Here's some ideas on that. From Kelli grant, consumer reporter at CNBC dot com. Kelli what's up here? Well, you know, the old adage, you gotta spend money to make money. And when it comes to New Year's resolutions. It seems like people are feeling like they need to spend money to save money or to hit whatever else that resolution might be like how well there was some data out from software maker quicken. They found about half of people a little bit more who make New Year's resolution say that they spend money to stay on track depending on the resolution in the person, we're talking in some cases, hundreds or even thousands of dollars. It's okay. So psychologically for a certain percentage does that make people feel that they're more committed or they're doing something? They're on the path to keeping that resolution. Well, we hear from consumer psychologists is it it does make sense because usually resolutions are about not doing something. But we do like this idea of doing something that makes us feel like we're committing to the resolution like we're moving forward. So it makes sense that people would say, well, you know, I'm buying something in that. Really? You know, helps me move forward with that resolution, of course, when you look at how people tend to keep their resolutions or not it buying something is not necessarily the answer here. Okay. So what are the ways that you put together here that we might avoid breaking the Bank all in on a New Year's resolution. We'll important to note, of course, quicken found within their data that some of the people who do spend that does help them keep their resolutions. It's kind of doing this in a smart way. And the first thing would be to think about what are the habits that you really need to make or break to be able to keep your resolution so just purchasing. Something is not necessarily going to help you succeed, especially if you have hurdles like, you know, for me, I've got two little kids at home. It's it's hard to find time to exercise. Is me buying a gym membership is not going to magically make that time happen. You have to be able to think about what are the things that you need to do outside of spending money, and what you're going to do to to make those parts of the resolution happen. Well, speaking with Kelli grant, consumer reporter at.
"kelli" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Your New Year's resolution stick, do you believe that spending? At least a little will make you further commit to the resolution. Here's some ideas on that. From Kelli grant, consumer reporter at CNBC dot com. Kelli what's up here? Well, you know, the old adage, you gotta spend money to make money. And when it comes to New Year's resolutions. It seems like people are feeling like they need to spend money to save money work to hit whatever else that resolution might be like how well there was some data out from software maker quicken. Thumbs about half of people a little bit more who make New Year's resolutions say that they spend money to stay on track depending on the resolution and the person we're talking some cases hundreds or even thousands of dollars. It's okay. So psychologically for a certain percentage does that make people feel that they're more committed or they're doing something? They're on the path to keeping that resolution. Well, we hear from consumer psychologists is it it does make sense because usually resolutions are about not doing something. But we do like this idea of doing something that makes us feel like we're committing to the resolution like we're moving forward. So it makes sense that people would say, well, you know, I'm buying something that really, you know, helps me move forward with that resolution, of course, when you look at how people tend to keep their resolutions or not it buying something is not necessarily the answer here. Okay. So what are the ways that you put together here that we might avoid breaking the Bank all in on a New Year's resolution. Well, important to note, of course, quicken found within their data that some of the people who do spend that does help them keep their resolutions. It's kind of about doing this in a smart way. And the first thing would be to think about what are the habits that you really need to make or break to be able to keep your resolution, so just purchasing something is not necessarily going to help you.
"kelli" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Kelli pensions, or at least the traditional ones are are less common. These days we know that and then people do tend to worry about you know, what's going to happen with social security. So is there anything on this list that you have for us that accounts for any shortfalls? We might have when we're trying to fund our retirement. Yes. So they're definitely some scenarios that you can kind of change your situation a little bit. In other words, I mentioned it before. But it's guaranteed income. Right. So think of it so security a guaranteed income stream thinking about a pension as guaranteed income stream. Well, some people maybe they're going to get a small Manasota security when they don't have a pension, but they still want that guaranteed income stream. Right. So you could set it up yourself if you have assets to let's say they're qualified or non-qualified. So they're either taxable or tax deferred. You can actually set that up. And make up your own pension. Right. And you can do it through something called an annuity. Now, I'm not a huge fan of newbies. But they do fit in certain instances that the thing you gotta be careful as if they say more annuities are sold than actually bought, and what that means is that they're they're being sold to you rather than you're buying them. Because it's best for your benefit. So couple of things about them. First thing never put all your money in an annuity. All right, number two is the second part of this is early three reasons to buying an annuity in my mind. And so you wanna be thinking about this one is they can give you tax deferral. In other words when you put money into an annuity. It is going to grow tax deferred doesn't mean you can't use it for other reasons. But that's one of the main reasons the other one would be guaranteed income. So if you want a guaranteed income stream that was that thing we just talked about which is more of that that income stream, let's say you don't have a pension wanna create your own pension. You might do it through an annuity. The third reason to have an annuity might because you might be because you want safety of principle. Is there a number of new at that will guarantee that there's no downside? Side. But they still give it upside. Now, you do give up some of the upside, but they have no no downside risk at all. That's a pretty good deal. And so again, our newest for everybody. Absolutely, not do they make sense for some people without a doubt. But you've got to look at it in the right light. And a lotta times the best way to look at it is by doing a financial plan. The nice thing about a plan is that you can actually put if you're gonna use an annuity. You can say okay, I'm gonna use an annuity. And here's what is going to provide. And you can put that right into your financial plan is so it will make a lot of sense. So I am offering for the first ten callers today that have put together five hundred thousand dollars or more vegetable assets to give us a call. And we can set up that that time where you can come in. And we can actually put together your plan, we call it a write in retirement financial triage, or if you have some questions just call in. We'll get you set up with a time. We'll answer your questions, and you know, again, whether it's fifteen minutes a half hour and hour. We'll do it either on the phone or come in the office, whatever's more convenient, but the fact is you really need to be thinking about this. Now's the time because you don't. Want to put this on the back burner? So if you want to take advantage that.
"kelli" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Kelli pensions, or at least the traditional ones are are less common. These days we know that and then people do tend to worry about you know, what's going to happen with social security. So is there anything on this list that you have for us that accounts for any shortfalls? We might have when we're trying to fund our retirement. Yeah. So there definitely some scenarios that you can kind of change your situation a little bit. In other words, I mentioned it before. But it's guaranteed income. Right. So think of it so security is guaranteed. Income stream thinking about a pension as a guaranteed income stream. Well, some people maybe they're going to get a small Madison security when they don't have a pension, but they still want that guaranteed income stream. Right. So you could set it up yourself if you have assets to let's say they're qualified or non-qualified. So they either taxable or tax deferred. You can actually set that up. Make up your own pension. Right. And you can do it through something called an annuity. Now, I'm not a huge fan of annuities. But they do fit in certain instances the thing. You gotta be careful as if they say more annuities are sold than actually bought, and what that means is that they're they're being sold to you rather than you're buying them. Because it's best for your benefit. So couple things about them. I never put all your money in annuity. All right, number two is the second part of this is their only three reasons to buy an annuity in my mind. And so you wanna be thinking about this one is they can give you tax deferral. In other words when you put money into an annuity. It is going to grow tax deferred doesn't mean you can't use it for other reasons. But that's one of the main reasons the other one would be guaranteed income. So if you want guaranteed in chemistry that was that that thing we just talked about which is more of that that income stream, let's say you don't have a pension wanna create your own pension. You might do it through an annuity. The third reason to have an annuity might because you might be because you want safety of principle. It was there a number of annuities that will guarantee that there's no downside. Side. But they still give upside. Now, you do give up some of the upside, but they have no no downside risk at all. That's a pretty good deal. And so again, our newest for everybody. Absolutely, not do they make sense for some people without a doubt. But you've got to look at it in the right light. And a lotta times the best way to look at it is by doing a financial plan. The nice thing about a plan is that you can actually put if you're gonna use an annuity. You can say, okay, I'm gonna use it annuity, and here's what is going to provide and you can put that right into your phantom plan. So it will make a lot of sense. So I am offering for the first ten callers today that have put together five hundred thousand dollars or more vegetable assets gives a call and we can set up that that time where you can come in. And we can actually put together plan we call it a right on retirement financial triage, or if you have some questions just call in. We'll get you set up with a time will answer your questions, and you know, again, whether it's fifteen minutes a half hour and hour, we'll do it either on the phone or come in the office, whatever's more convenient, but the fact is you really need to be thinking about this. Now's the time because you don't want to. Put this on the back burner. So if you want to take advantage.
"kelli" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Probably know PR. You afford is the number one Ford dealer in Arizona seven years in a. Row hey I've had the opportunity just in the last couple. Of weeks I get a chance I was driving the raptor oh. I've got the Mustang. The. F-series pick-up heck even driving around and one of the new fusions right now listen Ford's got you covered from something that will go climbing the trails, up in the. White Mountains so something. Get the whole darn family to school in back maybe there's. Something a little sportier that you're looking. For p oria Ford is the place listen they're just off. The one on one, west, of the freeway on bell road over a thousand cars trucks. And SUV's on the lot and, Pat, Hickey, the boss guarantees they won't be undersold they'll beat any other Ford. Dealer Advertised price by a thousand bucks or give you a two grand on the spot listen, you buy your. Ford anywhere other than. Peoria Ford you pay too much Who will stand with President Trump not former democrat, Kelli ward Kelly ward doesn't support. President Trump's plans to secure the border and keep us safe ward even attach President Trump plans. To, crack down on illegal immigration saying Trump was making. A mistake here's ward Trump goes down the wrong way he has, to have the right guy who. Send the right advisors nearby and here's ward talking about her support for amnesty who are. Here should not have. To live in fear. Kelli ward dozen, support President Trump Martha. Mcsally is the first female fighter pilot, flying combat and she's tough on illegal immigration that's why President, Trump supported MC Sally's Bill. To stop illegal immigration and secure the border my friend Martha mcsally she's the real deal, she's Martha mcsally the conservative choice percents I'm Martha mcsally candidate, for US Senate and I approve. This message By mcsally for Senate in Hi this is. Ken from Online Trading Academy Phoenix. In this series of spots I'm going to debunk some. Common myths. About the market myth four I hear a lot of people say I've been making money. In the market for years. I, know what. I'm doing well I congratulations I'm glad you're having success but. Be careful for eight years the market has done nothing but go straight up. In the money's been easy, but as Warren Buffett says only when the tide goes out to you. Discover who's been swimming naked the reality is is that most people haven't come close.
"kelli" Discussed on The Cross Walk with Dcn. Kevin Endres
"You're listening to the crosswalk with deacon. Kevin Andrews a show about living life at the intersection of faith, family and vocations, and now your host g Kevin. Good afternoon. Thanks for tune into the crosswalk. Today. I'm your host and Kevin, just really appreciate your join us here on the bear. Go radio network in this beautiful time in the summer in in northern Michigan here on the show today. I've got a great guests in the studio with me. Kelly Oubre is a new author of the book, the rosary, the bible on a string. She's also married a mother of four grown kids and a member of Saint Mary's of the assumption parish in Charlevoix Kelly, welcome to the crosswalk. Thank you deacon, Kevin, the malware amazed always impressed. I'm always jealous of people who authored books and write books. I, it's been one of those bucket lists thing items may be on on my list. I don't know if I'll ever get around. Into it, but I always do admire the people that take time to take their inspirations and write them down and put them into a book to share them with the rest of the world in the in the rest of us. But your book, the rosary. The bible on a string is not only authored by you, but also illustrated by you is well, maybe give the listener just a little bit of background of, you know, who is Kelly in what's been your faith journey and leading up to this point in deciding to to write a book well, like you. I have always wanted to write a book. And so after several years of seeing the Rozier with my husband, I started to see that it was a love story that even Catholics maybe weren't seeing. And so I guess the pitchers started coming into my head and that's what motivated me another, I guess, gift from the Holy Spirit was taking the thirty three days to morning glory class where. Where learned about Saint Maximilian Kolbe? I sat in that class that day and thought, how can I be soldier in his army? So little? Did I know five years later I'd be writing this book in the Holy Spirit just keeps pushing me pushing me along opening up doors, having things happen. So really for the, I mean, you're talking before the show since this thirty three days to morning or this consecration to marry that you did that. I've done that. I've done as well and really growing up Catholic my whole life and attending Catholic school, and then even even being ordained, it wasn't until that that consecration to Mary, that I think the meaning of the Rosia re kind of this. This deep connection to our blessed mother really kind of blossomed for me in sounds like I mean, it seems to be the similar similar story across the board when you talk to people who have concentrated. Themselves to Mary in just a side. Note on the assumption on August fifteenth, burger radio will be, we'll be consecrating Vega radio to our blessed mother as well. So we're excited about that. But you know, praying the rosary and use in. You had made a comment that you pray the rosary with your your husband and and tell us a little bit about how doing you know after so many years of marriage and raising kids coming together to pray the rosary. What is that done for? You know, from your marriage damn. Well, I'm gonna go back up to the consecration to Mary because at first I was a little afraid. I didn't want to make Jesus mad that I was focusing. I Mary, it's the same. You know, fear that other people may have, but I started to see that Mary her only focuses our son Jesus. And so I think quickly I lost that fear what it's done for my husband and I is I, it's made us just close. Earlier in our thinking and our devotion. And you know, everyone has trouble meditating while you're saying the rosary. And so the book has helped us because it's a scriptural rosary book. It's helped us to have that meditation in the the front of our mind. I think we're just more open to talk about our faith with each other. What? What was the? What was the process leading up to writing and illustrating than the book the rosary, the bible on a string after seeing that it was a love story. I was excited to do the 'lustration for our grandkids and our children to we with our kids we would during lent we, we said the rosary, not as faithfuls I wish we would have. So having grandchildren now I wanted them to to really see the mysteries and and be a part of it the way I was seeing.
"kelli" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Kelli is next kelly welcome tonight side all right dan thank you for taking my call mom and i appreciate your having that in our top at tonight for the opportunity for pippig holland the courage and also to give an opportunity for men and women to get to know each other a little bit better i appreciate that on a couple of things i'm i'm i refer to on a couple of work situation for me and k earn when i got out of college graduate from college i started out in the corporate world and um it was now dominated in the the manager that i'm referring to didn't you know there were no captaincoach shift heard of it but a lot of grueling that went on you know complimenting my war can you know kenya come to this meeting in colombia or your eight because it's important we need your expertise go there were to learn a grueling that went on um and then um there was a a sales and marketing meeting outta town in for the wording and you know felt ladder fateh collagen it was an older man at your so when you start mixing up the job in a compliment then you know i it really regard confusing but i felt like i was special and then we went to this meeting and he invited me up to israel manisa after you know months of flirting and i went by wigan my it'll probably at that time my mid to late twenty and i went up to israel and then i realized it was not what i thought i reject it has it the and to this day i ask myself why would like what through its room in out but i can tell you that today because i am more emotionally mature sure but just because on sundays at the age of consent doesn't mean that they had the emotional maturity that goes along with it will you trusted him and you obviously had established over late you used the phrase groomed but he established a relationship with with you win i'm sure the that for him it was that moment how difficult was it extricate yourself and the situation sounds to me like you did and what was the impact at that place of employment subsequently uh it wasn't difficult for me to kit to leave because he was telling me that it.
"kelli" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Or ma honey on your part but kelli grant at cnbccom says consumers are not taking advantage of many simple avenues to save money she's got to look at some of them kelli what are we have we usually touch energyefficiency experts are talking about the put that fall into three different bucket third thing with bitter ethically behavioral thing do so so free to do but you just have hold tight and then there are different projects have a different level thing that may be at a small project or bath project that will have to pay off and then there's the really big ticket stuff that he wouldn't undergo without some serious effort in consideration i parts mentioned these these behavioral changes you talked about simple things you would do during the summer here would be running to declutter close walker only when you a full load that's to be on the energy of a running them it only it could be on the water cultures well you're winning the fifth got hot water internet they've on that energy pete in the water a couple of different weight that that caved in there and even the keeping infrequently used appliances like a home printer on unplug when they earning you can actually had a pretty good impact one of the things i've done personally to the experts the recommended here to to really rethink it you've got to power strips for particular type that item i bet it will pay a pd is often automatically able the power triple outta our to any associated to bike tv you don't need the game system on you don't need a dvd player on that sort of thing and that can actually had a lot of that ban higher powers they call it got it on momma subscriber to the one with the the sun shades yet son kayed there are big one actually during the summer that you'd be lowering them to block out the sun in the winter you wanna be eating knows or open that you're benefiting from the sunlight coming in it basically break heat and can cut your cooling and summer for speak with kelli grant consumer reporter at cnbccom or piece is called fast ways to cut your.
"kelli" Discussed on KTRH
"She's got to look at some of them kelli what are we have we usually type 2 energy efficiency experts at technip out the tip that fall into three different bucket things thing are essentially behavioral changes so so free to do but you just have to hold tight and then there are are different projects have a different level things that are maybe it's a small project or a fat product will have to pay off and then there's the really big ticket stuff that he wouldn't under go without some serious effort can consideration i arts mentioned these these behavioral changes you talked about simple things you would do during the summer here would be running the dish washer close watcher only when you a whole load that's gonna save you on the energy of a running numbet only it can save you on the water costa's well you're running to sit got hot water irna save on that energy of heating the water there's a couple of different ways that at saves in air and even just keeping infrequently used appliances like a home printer unplugged when they earn and you can actually had a pretty good in packed what did the things i've done personally to the experts recommend to here to to really rethink if you've got power stripped for particular types of item i did it will pay a tv is often automatically able the powers triple cut off power to any associated divided he did all he don't need the game system on you don't need to dvd player on that sort of thing and that can actually had a lot of that ban pyre powers but they call it got it on subscriber to the one with the the sun shades yet son kayed there are big one actually during the summer that you'd be lowering them to block out the sun in the winter you wanna beekeeping knows or open that your benefiting from the sunlight coming in at basically bay freak heat and can cut your cooling and somerton we speak with kelli grant consumer reporter at cnbccom or piece is called fast ways to cut your home.