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"kevin kline" Discussed on WTOP
"This is WTO P news. The man was the primary source behind the largely discredited steel dossier is acquitted by a jury this week for lying to the FBI. A big blow it's considered for the investigation into the FBI's handling of the Russia investigation. This morning Washington Post reporter felt Rizzo on the jury's decision this week. Igor danchenko is a business intelligence analyst and he was hired by Christopher Steele back in 2016 because CEO had this contract to work for fusion GPS that had retained by various factors on both sides during the 2016 campaign. And basically, danchenko provided the bulk of these explosive allegations that later wound up in the steel dossier in 2016 about Donald Trump. And what he was accused of was when FBI agents interviewed him in 2017 about where he got his information, special counsel John Durham said, well, you know, during the course of these many, many interviews that you had, there were a couple of moments where you might have mentioned an email that you got from one source and you might have, did you really get a phone call from this other source? I mean, he accused him of fabricating the phone call. But the jury, there was no hard evidence that it was made up that the one witness Sergey milian in the phone call wasn't available to testify. In the case crumbled. We're hearing from Trump allies. They're not happy about any of this. They argue that this acquittal doesn't take away from the fact that what the dossier alleges was this conspiracy of connection between Russia and Trump. That's still hasn't been proven. And the dossier has a lot of information that has been specious from the start very questionable from the start stuff that has been debunked. And it has not held up well. That's for sure that's for certain steel was not on trial, and he didn't testify either. He's a British citizen, so he doesn't have to be compelled to come here to testify in our courts. But at the heart of this, danchenko was arguing the information that I gave to steal, I passed along as a rumor and speculation. And he pumped it up to the status of a fact. The truth. So he was upset with steel. They actually met. It was revealed in this trial. And it didn't shanko came away very upset after the meeting and he reported back to the FBI everything that he had said. Oh, that's really interesting that the little twister really quickly here, this investigation has been going on over three years. What has John Durham found? He accused Michael sussman, a cybersecurity lawyer, also of making false statements to the FBI, but that case resulted in another jury acquittal in D.C. federal court. And he has been described as a low ranking FBI lawyer, Kevin Kline Smith, investigators that preceded John Durham, found the evidence in this case, and Kevin clarence was clearly guilty, but received
Trivia With Budds
"kevin kline" Discussed on Trivia With Budds
"Number 9 drama, it's a mini series that was on television, Paul Giamatti 2008. Miniseries drama, Paul Giamatti 2008. Number ten, drama action Jon Voight 2001, drama action Jon Voight 2001. Number 11 for two points who did Chevy Chase often portray on SNL in the 70s. For your two point bonus question, who did Chevy Chase often betray on SNL in the 70s? That is your round on actors playing presidents. We'll be right back with the answers to those questions. We are back with the answers to actors playing presidents. Let's see how you did on this quiz. Some of these were very tough. And I forgot to mention if I didn't mention this, I actually know I didn't. There is the same answer more than once. So there are a couple of presidents on here twice. Just keep that in mind before we go over the answers. Number one, family comedy, Robin Williams, 2006, Teddy Roosevelt in night at the museum. He was in all three of those and the last one secret of the tomb I think it's called was one of his last movies before he passed. Number one, Teddy Roosevelt. Number two, a drama Frank Langella in 2008, Nixon versus frost, he plays Richard Nixon. Also, I think Frank Langella back in the day was in masters of the universe as skeletor. I may be right about that. Should I look it up? Not right now. Number three, drama, Alan Rickman 2013, Ronald Reagan, in a movie, I forgot, but he plays Ronald Reagan, Alan Rickman, 2013. Number four, comedy drama, Josh Brolin in 2008, George W. Bush, in W number four, Oliver Stone movie. Number 5, comedy drama Bill Murray, 2012, Franklin Delano Roosevelt that's Hyde Park on the Hudson for the name of the movie, FDR was the president. Number 6, a drama with Daniel Day-Lewis 2012, won the Oscar Lincoln, Abraham Lincoln. Number 7 drama Anthony Hopkins 1995 plays Richard Nixon and Nixon, another Oliver Stone movie. Number 8, action comedy Kevin Kline 99. This is a fun one. This is wild wild west. And Kevin Kline's in the movie, starring alongside Will Smith, but he also has like a little extra roll as Ulysses S. Grant. Number 9, drama miniseries, Paul Giamatti, this was on HBO, I think, 2008, John Adams, John Adams. Number ten, drama action Jon Voight 2001. Again, FDR, Franklin Delano Roosevelt for Jon Voight in Pearl Harbor. Number ten. And the bonus for 2.2 to Chevy Chase often portray on the SNL skits of the 70s, Gerald Ford, Gerald Ford. And there you have it, another quiz to round out your week this time on actors playing presidents. Your fact of the day for today is that vacuum cleaners were originally horse drawn. Now I don't know how that works or what that means. I don't know if they would bring the vacuum cleaner to your house with a horse and the horse would clean, I don't know how that works, but vacuum cleaners, horse drawn, look that up. Thanks for listening. Thanks for telling a friend. And we'll see you next time for more trivia with buds,.
The Big Picture
"kevin kline" Discussed on The Big Picture
"And I basically put a list together where I had to strike a number of movies that I've talked about so many times that people just don't want to hear me talk about you've got mail or Apollo 13 or working girl. Again, like four ways and if you know, you guys know. And especially like the romantic comedy genre is to me a specific type of feel good movie. But I realized that, oh yeah, that's ultimately what I carry with me in terms of loving movie experience. That's true. I remember certain movies that really rocked me emotionally or challenged me. But in our nostalgia, rewatchables context. I just want be cozy with my favorite movies. I do too. That doesn't necessarily mean it's all saccharine gloopy stuff. I see a couple of movies on your list that have some complicated feelings, some complicated storytelling that is not always pure happiness. But I think I kind of safety and a security and you know, I think the concept of being seen is a pathetic generational joke at this point, but it also has power. It has meaning to it. So why don't we just do our list? Okay. What's your number 5? Speaking of Ivan reitman. That's right. Dave. Yes. D, which we did have rewatchables on, right? It was me and Bill. We did them. This is one of the ones I had on VHS, and, you know, I just think of Kevin Kline at the weird auto factory. Oh yeah, Sean just showed he has it on. Is that Blu-ray? Shots? It's blue, right. Sean has an interesting collection. Thank God. When the apocalypse comes Sean's physical library has preserved Dave, I'm happy. I'll come over and come over. Yes. But, you know, this is the, you know, when Kevin Kline goes to auto factor and he's like, I once had a fish. This big with the giant arms also going this big, which I just thought was the funniest joke when I was 8 years old. But this is if a possibly not possibly. Certainly an optimistic view of the American government. And the American political system, but this is about one guy being good can make a difference and can bring the good in everybody else while also being quite funny..
"kevin kline" Discussed on Fusion Patrol
"His divinity class. No this is what selamat the female reiter told. Personally i know. I know i know i'm not i'm not saying that. That's but so salam. How does she know what all travis remembers that. That's my point in other words. Just because travis says he remembers his in other words the dialogue he remembers. Everything doesn't mean. He remembers everything that ever happened to him. As entire life and can read you off can tell you page. Page in verse of every word. He's ever seen on every book. Which kind of is what. I got your implying from. That line. is his cousin okay great. He remembers his cousin. I remember my cousin when i was that age. Not well but i remember my cousin and obviously dante has tapped into the raiders. A few times looking for his son travis. So therefore the raiders have told travis so it makes sense that travis would know. His father was looking for it. What it means is that travis study found by his father. I take from it. Yes what it means it also may help to brainwash but it may also be. This is something to keep in. Mind as you watch the last two episodes of the of the season that will pay that off k. The other see. I'm don't have much else to say about this one. I'm ed but let's see here Tosca okay She's a weird one. Okay portrayed by energy hill am i looked up Did notice her accent electoral up. She is from virginia. Is her accent he. She is primarily a model she lives in london and she has been in some movies and television episodes. Obviously the three part finale of the first season of star hunter and start hundred redux but Also if did you see Lovely just a cole. Porter movie with kevin kline. She played irving berlin wife in that one so she's had a little had a minor film career going isabel k. But she. I will say she does Seem to sell the evil scientist. Well the evil Sort of inappropriately sexy with my lab rats scientists. Yes yes. I did actually think that was weird. I did think that was weird. I felt like that was just designed to give her They like to give everybody on this. Show quirk all the characters that we see that aren't part of the the crew. All are a little bit off. And i just assumed that was hers. That was just you know shorthand for. I've got a personality and i'm a real person in that mine is the i'm helpless men strapped in chairs. Let me all right. I'll ask this is the problem with you. Having seen the last episodes. I asked the question. And i don't exactly want an answer what i want as as what do you think based on what it is. But they give dante the divinity cluster cocktail. That's very important going forward and in the hopes that he can now psychically communicate with his son. Which as far as i can tell he did not ours. Lake until yes. Okay that that is. That is my impression from this. is that it just. It just made him trippy. Which could be narcotics just as easily. And she's telling him to reach into his mind all he does is he reaches into his own memories. Which you know in a way is kind of. It's kind of important to note that dante is still the caveman among us and even the divinity cluster can't make anything from him but yeah like i. I didn't see anything that made me..
(EA) Eternal Affairs TRUTH Radio
"kevin kline" Discussed on (EA) Eternal Affairs TRUTH Radio
"Number kevin kline smith the attorney who pushed the russian hoax story. His his law license was suspended indefinitely for his shenanigans on the whole russia hoax. While just this week just this week a judge ruled that it's going to change it and turn it over to a one. Year suspension retroactive To last year so basically slap on the wrist. He'll be back serving with his bar license. His legal license. He was the one that was found altering those f. b. i. Five oh two reports. Kevin kline smith interesting with a funny bit of comedy. This week biden did a photo op in pennsylvania on the anniversary of nine eleven taken with some people there in the insured a fire station where it was with some kids around funny thing. There was a handful of kids. Were warring trump hats and mega hats and make america great again hats. I don't think biden even knew it used there smiling getting some photos with the kids and they trolled him up. Look closely at the photo. The top left corner of that image. There's some shelves a cabinet. I should say with the big box letter. Q on q. Vs shipment box but nonetheless. It was angled right at the camera. Bigler q. in bold letters in that image on or that was a coincidence or not that found very interesting nonetheless. Alanis morissette makes the news. The forty seven year old singer came out and announced the fact that she was raped multiple times at the age of fifteen and was trafficked trafficked. Sex traffic is. She said she didn't know at the time she didn't know what was going on. She didn't know if it was right or wrong. She just knew it was. It was creepy and it was not right kind of makes sense in some of the lyrics for songs of all this now. She's coming up by saying it's actually more rampant than people think and lots of this kind of activity is going on. We've been talking about that here too on the show for several years now. The child human trafficking Always done by what we call. Bad guys criminals. The other thing we're trying to cover on the show like this is at is also done in high levels of government business. Politics is where these things are taking place. It's not just the bad guys that we brainwashed since little kids to think that bad guys were criminals. Watch out for the bad guys. It is very leaders in politics. Pop culture and business and government is is the main players in. This is what q tells us is how it's being done..
Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"kevin kline" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"Assassin We can keep your mask can make sure it's in nixon mask real. Treat the wise I wanna make sure that. I i mentioned. I got to see the starling last night. And i was very happy that you get to play all these different notes now not that you were banned from doing that before but you have created the space where you can do that. I felt the same thing about the the bob. Ross documentary which really. I think is remarkable. And i've been telling. Everybody watched the bob ross documentary but i think people were there like i think beforehand. They were like ross. I wasn't no no no it's not peace. It's no it's not it's not it's a. It's it's really lovely documentary. And i think what i what i came away from in this between. Because you've got all this work out there right now. The bob ross documentary. And you've got the starling. You know nine perfect strangers. Is it nine or seven nine. Always like to shave too often film twelve. But i can't talk about it. But you've gone to the point where i can't put you in a pigeonhole and i think that's a fantastic place to be in. Thank you for that. I feel i have no influence. Don't be too great for my compliment. Hey kronen says. I'm really going places is hey you heard the news cunanan says see i still kids i right i mean. I'm still pretty shocked that. I work regularly Often look at each other like the fact that we're always waiting for like the knock on the door where it's like. Oh okay we just figure this out. Get out like oh cool. Can we grab a bag. Yeah okay cool. That makes sense like literally. I think if that happened we'd be like we were waiting for this so the fact that now it's like i don't really loved i love doing plays and i loved i love both i just love all the storytelling and i don't think it all has to be one or the other. It's like it's odd when you do accommodation. There's pesos in it. Sometimes it really throws people Like i've had people just be like well. I don't know why you have to have a dramatic moment of the the characters in order to be funny. They've got you've got to fall down then you get to watch some if to fall to get up and if you want to get up they fall pretty hard so you have to show that nearly but not in it but it's a comedy but i'm like you have a plane strains in automobiles as a perfect movie theaters that terms of endearment. My god. it's it's i cry. It's such a heartbreaking thing. There's such moments in their mike. I feel so lucky. That i get to to do both like in the starling. You've got these people you chris. O'dowd you know Tim oliphant Catch kevin kline. Having jesus kevin kline who are all have all the comedy chops in the world. Okay and And then they can use that. They can also not use that. Because you're with some heavy stuff but you're also it's not an either or it's not an either. I thought that was true of the the bob. Ross documentary. I really encourage people to check it out because i came away from it. Still loving bob ross. More than ever. Because i really appreciate him. And there's nothing in the documentary that was revealed. It made me think of him any last. He's just was a beautiful man but seeing some of the darkness around How he was treated by the business side of things was absolutely It's such a compelling story and it's that started it's funny ben. We've we've both separately and together of always really loved as think a strange Grouping of people they love bob ross. Ironically if it's as a soothing thing as just it's great to just watch paint. Remember since i was a kid. My dad would always get into a panic every time by the right before the show ends before he would do like his big. Finale was always like namic. Put a big tree and my dad would always be on. Don't george gotta he's gotta be..
Doug Loves Movies
"kevin kline" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"Your choices are always excellent movies but controversial river's edge at crest time was kicking ass in the full. You picked out last Last show so congratulations on that. What's your what's your recommendation today I'm still tempted to recommend happily. But i want so what i'm going to recommend. This week is a fish called wanda nice. Speaking of fishes hand black is holy crap. Yeah man it's just. It felt like everything. I don't know has sakai isn't it because i don't know what the fuck is sockeye is but a a lot of actual. Oh it's a salmon. Man i'm just for half literate but terry palin does have a a black guy at one point. I believe he does He hits so a fish called. Wanda is A caper movie with a lot of monty python. People got john cleese. Jamie lee curtis famously. Not of monty python And kevin kline at his absolute best. It's one of the funniest movies ever made In it's about people who rob some diamonds and then a fish swallows the diamonds or something. Anyway though point is having pine is really really funny as dumb american He doesn't want to be considered them. And i think it's actually the funniest. John cleese anything i could say about it. If you're like one five people who hasn't seen it I just wanna ruin any of the jokes. But i guarantee you'll laugh a lot and if you don't I don't know charged with you so fiscal. Yeah what's wrong with you just watching at home alone it. Because i don't think it's like a laugh you know it's not one of those constant laugh movies it's more it's all based in sioux situations and The the characters and it's covered kline won best supporting actor for. I believe it might be as only scripture that.
Not Another Shakespeare Podcast!
"kevin kline" Discussed on Not Another Shakespeare Podcast!
"I don't know it. Choices were made choices happened. I'm trying to think. Kevin klein is my imaginary best friend and i will go through a lot for that man. I adore him. But i hate jake so that was a bit of a bit of a problem. And he didn't save it. Like i think that he had either given up or he's like this character is sad and just learning. He's even checked out literally at the end when they're like we're going to sing for and he's like i'm going to go die. That's that's all of us right now. It's that's how we all feel. All are i think if kevin kline can't save character character worth that's exactly right. I mean kevin kline can't make this fellow interesting and kevin kline is objectively the most interesting man in the world right. I think or got for you. Of course james. Yeah kevin kline and james. That's it those are the two most interesting men in the world. But you know what my favorite and this didn't save it either. Alfred molina and janet mcteer as touchstone and audrey were great because janet mcteer is one of my favorite people in the world and she did a great job but again even them and i don't even think this was the direction or anything or the interpretation. I was just like these scenes. Are bad good guys. Is it possible that like shakespeare's not as good as we've been led to believe i mean maybe it's just me and this play who knows i don't know i i couldn't i i..
The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
"kevin kline" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
"Can follow us on social media. I am at chris. Underscore bruce on twitter. Chris bruce sixty eight on the graham rob g. Tell them where you're at. Because i don't follow you. I don't know your hands. Wow that is messed up man. I empty the producer. Rg on twitter at the same thing on instagram. But if you request me. I'm going to block you so all i robbed. G is one of my favorite follows. Always catch a little instagram's stories and all that with with pretty little aria. Thank you you also her. Mom thank you. Also see my last vegas shameless promote like i get it. You like the movie movie. I see it. But i guess it was fine. I'm sure best movie ever made. Slow down man chris. There as there's more star power in that movie with deniro. Morgan freeman kevin kline and michael douglas..
The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
"kevin kline" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
"Underscore bruce on twitter. Chris bruce sixty eighty on the graham rob g. tell them you're at because i don't follow. I don't know your hand. Wow that is messed up man. I m the producer. Rg on twitter at the same thing on instagram. But if you request gonna block you so just looking to i. Rob g is one of my favorite follows. Always catch a little instagram's stories and all that with with pretty little aria. Thank you you also see her. Mom thank you also see all my last vegas shameless promotion man. Like i get it. You like the movie you love the movie. I see it. But i guess it was fine. I'm sure best movie ever made. Slow down my man. Chris there as embarrass. There's more star power in that movie with deniro. Morgan freeman kevin kline and.
"kevin kline" Discussed on The Rewatchables
"The home air. I feel like we're so far along just so far into the internet and down the internet. Hold that if aliens did show up like indisputable proof an alien pulls up right outside my house right now and like comes down in his walking around in my backyard or in somebody's backyard. I feel like there would be three or four minutes only of everybody freaking out and then immediately fell be on twitter and we'd be making fun of it like this. Oh there's when you're out with your friends and it's like a picture of an alien doing a weird pose. Ha ha like i think we would go straight into that people were zag on aliens. They'd be like not. I'm this is a disappointment are overrated. We can we could catch james harden and coming out of a gentlemen's club at the morning with a cell phone but never in alien that once you get that one alien who's just like having gonna float around here new jersey so this is a weird era for movies where they decided every alien had to look as just bizarre and crazy as possible as it goes in the nineties. It's not just like robert patrick. Where being able to just put a cop suit on. It has to be like tentacles. Weird faces make them really wear a lot of wet aliens. Used in seriously best presidents ever in a movie. I was going to get to this and apex litigated this before. I just wanted to tell america yet again. I i don't know what the mount rushmore is. I don't know if we're allowed to cross is it movies and tv is a just movies. Whatever but if it's just movies. I think the four most important movie presidents where michael douglas in america president when he did on this podcast kevin kline in dave pullman independence day and then the four spot is really wide open. For what you what you want. That's like where you can learn more about. Almost the individual person who therefore spot is for me. It's jeff bridges in the contender. Because i just feel like. I just wish that was my president. Jeff bridges and the contender. Tally carried himself. He's very presidential but other people would have ordered freeman and deep impact. Or who do you have chris. Who's your fourth well. I mean you've got a special dispensation for jeb borrowed from west wing. Even though i know that there isn't count it's got to be move is okay because if you go and then then i want hayes bird from twenty four to. I thought he was amazing. Yeah that's true. I kind of feel like he's burton and bartlett are really. Have a shot at being rushmore. Then no question. Tv movie rushmore. I think both of them have really strong case. Do you like any film representation of kennedy a lot worth putting it on there. Now it's been more. I think more fictional president. Yeah it's got daniel day-lewis bring like now know who who's your fourth. I have a whole different than what you presented. My four looks totally different than what you were saying. Every name you threw out there. I was a little surprised i have. I have independence day president on my four. He's in there. But i also have harrison ford in air force one a president that can fight. Sure so gimme him. Give me a jamie fox and white house down. Because i want out and give me three men. He's great. he's great in that channing. Tatum taken out the bad guys. Kevin kline taught us had a redo a budget and dave healed america. What are you putting value on. Do you actually want him to legislate like. Do you actually want like actual work being done. It he's gonna give a cool speech valiente show up every time. A president shows up in a movie. It's because some bad shit is happening. So i want somebody who can handle himself shave to hurt your feelings. Go five only seen white house down once. Do i need to go double back in. Try that one again. Yeah definitely you need. It's it's better than you remember. It's chillier than you remember. Is i super silly to wash now highlighted in the theater. But i just that was it actually ridiculous partial to olympus fallen. Yeah that's fair that whole that whole set of movies go for it so palman is some stuff in this movie. First of all for the first forty five minutes. You're like how the fuck was this guy. The president what's going on here is doing like an indie movie. What's happening is so understated. He doesn't seem very presidential. And then the second half of the movie. He rises to the occasion. I don't know if that was a deliberate move by him. Or what happens. But the speech becomes the iconic moment of the movie and crushes it Also i love the fact that he goes and fights which is great I just really like him. And he's i think. After this movie. Chris we thought he was probably going to be like at a plus listener right. It seemed like there was going to be in it ever happened. I never like he was in the harrison ford zone of harrison ford ruggedly handsome leading man. And he's just he's really good careers being kind of journeyman character actor and he's on the center or whatever but like yet never really like popped off on a full. He's like a movie star movie star thing share. I'm going to give you the his next move is after independence day. Go for it. Lost highway The end of violence Once merry christmas george bailey which was a tv movie. Almost zero fact lake there it is and broke down palace. He's so lake. Placid just in general is so good lately it's really do lake placid. But he just he never. It never happened. He never had like this had been cost there in the late eighties. He you know he does no way out. But then all of a sudden he's an untouchables field of dreams and it's just kind of going Lake placid is one of those movies. That you could show someone now and and you guys don't understand pullman oliver platt and they would just be like the only person i recognize. This movie. is betty white mariscos target sane in lake placid as well woman is is a hard movie star to like figure out because the stuff that he does that he's good at is not the stuff where he used to people being good at like. He's good in those empty moments. He's good in the like little looks. He's good in a quick. Like let me get a quick joke off that you didn't realize was joke until it detonates. In the back of your head a few seconds later that's why that's why he's so perfect in lake placid because he's able to play up all of those things that's why when you when he shows up here you're kind of like he's a little worm me to be the president then he really turns it on at the end. You're like oh i get it. I get it now he has. There's a genuine quality about them. Like in sleepless in seattle ryan is basically like. Hey not only. We were not getting engaged. There's this guy been emailing with anne. i'm gonna go meet him tower. Think i'm in love with them is like cool. Follow your heart spend. Maybe my hair different. He has malice which i think balance is a really good movie out. Baldwin nicole. yeah. He's kind of the husband that doesn't i don't wanna spoil it. But but he's kinda the same guy in every movie and maybe there's only like six seven year shelf life for that would be my my theory if you if you wrote pullman and other things do you think we could get it into the amazon.
Everything Everywhere Daily
The Code of Hammurabi
"Hemmer robbie was the king of the babylonian empire from approximately seventeen ninety two to seventeen fifty bc. Just to put that into perspective. This was over a thousand years. Before the city of rome was even founded as babylon emperors went hammurabi was pretty successful when he rose to power babylon was still a relatively minor player in the region and when he died he had conquered most of potato along both the tigris and euphrates rivers. The region was almost entirely in. What is today modern iraq. Like any good king win. Hammurabi wasn't conquering nearby kingdoms. He was passing laws and making sure that his kingdom ran smoothly and efficiently. It is believed that hamurabi sent out scholars to the various kingdoms. He conquered to collect the various laws of all realms and then collected them into a uniform code of laws for everyone. The result of this was the code of hammurabi which is believed to be two hundred and eighty two laws regarding any number of different infractions. Crimes and disputes the laws were inscribed on a stone and clay tablets and spread around the kingdom. The stele which was found in one thousand nine hundred one is exceptionally well. Preserved the object itself is a hard blackstone known as diorite. it's shaped like a giant human finger at the top is an image of hammurabi receiving the laws from the babylonian god chumash. There is then a preface which states the following quote and who in bell called me by name hamurabi the exalted prince who feared god to bring about the rule of righteousness in the land to destroy the wicked and evil doers. So that the strong should not harm the week. So that i should rule over the black headed people like chamo- and enlighten the land to further the well being of mankind unquote about six hundred years later. The was taken by the king of elam. Shrek know if you've ever watched the two thousand two movie the emperor's club with kevin kline. You'll remember that should noonday was as the example of someone that no one remembers except that i just mentioned him in podcast and he was in a movie under the reign of Dante was believed that he erased two three dozen of the laws. Originally written by hamurabi researchers have been able to recreate the deleted laws by finding other clay tablets. That had the law's written on them sometime after that it was buried as ancient things tend to do and it was rediscovered in one thousand nine hundred one. So what does the code of hammurabi say. Many of the laws are examples of what is known in latin as lex talionis which is a law where the punishment is similar to the crime. You might know better as an eye for an eye. For example law one hundred ninety six states quote if a man destroy the eye of another man they shall destroy his. I if one break a man's bone they shall break his bone unquote however the rules were different depending on what social class. You're in for example. I didn't read the entirety of law. Ninety six just now the rest of it is as follows quote if one destroy the eye of a freeman or break the bone of a freeman. He shall pay won gold meena if one destroy the eye of a man slave or break a bone of a man slave. He shall pay one half his price unquote so the social status of the victim of a crime was a consideration in the law. If some of this sounds familiar. That's because it's very similar to the laws that are in the bible in the book of leviticus the code of hammurabi was written well before the book leviticus so it's quite possible if not probable that some of the laws from leviticus were adopted from babylonian laws the final version of leviticus was written after the jewish babylonian exile. So it's in fact very possible. There are laws in the code deal with commerce divorce rent liability and even medical malpractice there even laws dealing with contracts and the issuing of receipts. It's true that most of the laws are of a rather brutal. If x than wide variety with punishments ranging from drowning burning severing hands gouging out is that cetera. Most of these type of laws are no longer on the books in most countries. Obviously however there are some surprisingly forward thinking laws for something that was written down thirty seven hundred years ago for example law one hundred forty nine states quote. If this woman does not wish to remain in her husband's house then he shall compensate her for the dowry that she brought with her from her father's house and she may go unquote that is basically an ancient version of no fault divorce. However there was one concept that was in the code of hammurabi which was revolutionary and is still with us today. That is the concept of being innocent until proven guilty. In fact these are the very first law's written down in the code. Here are the first three laws in the code of hammurabi quote law one if anyone in snare another putting a ban upon him but he cannot prove it then let he that ensnared him be put to death law to if anyone bringing accusation against a man and the accused goto the river and leap into the river if he sink in the river his accuser shall take possession of his house but if the river prove that the accused is not guilty and he escaped unhurt then he who had brought the accusation shelby put to death while he who leapt into the river shall take possession of the house that had belonged to his accuser law three if anyone bringing accusation of any crime before the elders and does not prove what he has charged you shall if a capital offence charged put to death unquote so basically they had really harsh perjury laws and they made it really hard to pass frivolous lawsuits. So while i don't think anyone would really wanna live under the code of hammurabi today. It's an important part of humanity's legal history old hammer. Arby's two hundred and eighty two law's written in stone with a very first step in creating a system which has led to the one hundred and seventy five thousand two hundred and sixty pages of the united states code of federal regulations today
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"kevin kline" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Get your dose of independence and liberty every week day right here on the Sean Hannity Show 25 to the top of the hour. 809 41, Shawn, You wanna be a part of this extravaganza? You know, one of the saddest things that I'm now concluding In terms of where we are in the country. We've got double standards here there and everywhere, breath taking hypocrisy. You know if you look at the insurrectionist language Definition. Well, the way Democrats apply it to Donald Trump of them were applied it to themselves. Yes, they're all guilty of insurrection and saying to fight Fight fight is we've been playing this week. If you look at Marjorie Taylor Greene and the controversy with her Well, if you apply the same standards to the conspiracy theorists that we're pushing for three years that Trump Russia collusion, hopes that has now been disproven. Well, you'd know that they are a bunch of hypocrites, and it's phony. Feigned selective moral outrage is usual. We really learned that when it comes to the investigations into the deep state, and we did have an inspector general report that laid out the road map of crimes that were committed referrals that were made and You know what if we ended up with so far and okay Kevin Kline Smith, a guy that forged and lied in a fake email. Sent that incorrect information of the court. In pursuit of one of these Fiza applications. Toe room. Carter Page is life and spy on a president at the time. Um, you would say, Oh, that's a big deal. Then I had listened to the judge at sentencing and I don't think that he really meant to do this and that is it. Intentions were well minded, and we'll just buy a probation. Compare that to General Flynn and Papadopoulos and Manafort and compare it to Roger Stone. There's no comparison. It's just sad. Um, James Comey actually saying something here that he doesn't know anything about Kevin Kline Smith. Doctoring emails released, signed three of the 45 the applications and we now know That the FBI knew about Christopher Steele, even admitting This is I think before the second before the first renewal But we know they were also warned ahead of time not to trust.
"kevin kline" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"To join you. All right. Customs and border protection confirmed this week that construction of the border wall at the southern border has been suspended. And, of course, President Biden signing the executive order on Inauguration Day. And the question I have for you is what does this mean in terms of not only just the inflow of illegal immigrants, But what does it mean in terms of the covert 19 situation in the U. S and You know the protections we've tried to have against covert. 19 doesn't seem to make any sense to me right now to do this. So you're completely correct. The issue is the security of the border. What What does that mean? And border includes also international points of entry, such as Uh, airports. If you go through an airport wreck, your restricted certain Countries remain on lists, which require screening. Or their protections to come in the United States. Strangely enough, if you decide to go through the south was border There's no such controls, and I think the danger here clearly. Is that if the border wall construction stops, you haven't open essentially access point for those who are infected. Those who are terrorists. That's a very dangerous thing, And this has never been about racism. It's never been about the idea that we don't want people of certain types in the issue was controlling the access for those who want to come through legally. Green and protect the American people from diseases and things like that. So that's what the danger is here of the proposed acts of the executive order by Joe Biden and I forget I've forecast Rick that this is going to end up in court. I don't think States like Texas. We're going to just accept it and walk away. I want to turn TOC the story on Kevin Kline Smith, the former FBI lawyer, and he has agreed to plead guilty. He has done that for falsifying a document. Wanna read a quick couple of paragraphs from an opinion in the Orange County Register, and this is an opinion piece. Former FBI lawyer Kevin Kline, Smith. Pleading guilty to falsifying a document because the FBI is a federal law enforcement agency with the power to arrest in charge Americans for Crimes falsifying a document is pretty serious business. It's even more serious when you find out what he fall. So find an email from the CIA. The altered document was used to persuade the highly secret Foreign Intelligence surveillance Court.
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"FBI has released video images of a suspect wanted for placing bombs at the Republican and Democratic National headquarters the night before the Capitol riot. The surveillance footage, some released by the FBI, more reviewed by The Washington Post shows a man carrying a backpack eastbound on C Street Southeast headed toward an alley near the RNC building. Seconds later, the Post reports. Video shows the suspect in the alley, known as Rumsey Court, wearing a light colored sweatshirt, yellow, black and gray, Nike air, max speed turf shoes, mask and gloves. And carrying a backpack near his waist. Authorities believe he placed one pipe bomb there and the other outside the DNC building sometime between 7:38:30 P.m. on the fifth of post reports. The bombs were simply built with common components, including mechanical timers of switches, with one witness saying it looked like a common kitchen timer attached to the device and they were alive and then disarmed before they could explode Boxes. Rick Leventhal honors for the Capitol police officer who died following a clash with protesters. Officer Brian Sick. Nick will lie in honor of the Capitol building next week before he is buried at Arlington National Cemetery. The Justice Department reports it has charged two members of the proud boys with conspiracy in that riot. Federal judge has sentenced former FBI lawyer to probation despite Kevin Kline Smith submission that he falsely altered an email that was used in a surveillance warrant against the 2016 Trump campaign. California Congressman Devin Nunes, reacting on Fox News, Primetime. Imagine being Carter Page to see this happen where you have somebody who's clearly guilty. This wasn't just this. The House Intelligence Committee Republicans. This was also the inspector general. It was the special counsel now. John Durham. Nothing's gonna happen. This guy and people want to know why the judge saying even though client Smith's crime was serious, the surveillance warrant would have been issued anyway. Even without the altered email. Jack Callahan. This is Fox News.
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"It on demand from Fox News and Amazon, Alexa The FBI has released video images of a suspect wanted for placing bombs at the Republican and the Democratic National headquarters the night before the Capitol riot. The surveillance footage, some released by the FBI, more reviewed by The Washington Post shows a man carrying a backpack eastbound on C Street Southeast headed toward an alley near the RNC building. Seconds later, the Post reports video shows the suspect in the alley. Known as Rumsey Court, wearing a light colored sweatshirt, yellow, black and gray Nike air, max speed turf shoes, mask and gloves and carrying a backpack near his waist. Authorities believe he placed one pipe on there and the other outside the DNC building sometime between 7:38:30 P.m. on the fifth of post reports, the bombs were simply built with common components, including mechanical timers of switches, with one witness saying it looked like a common kitchen timer attached to the device and they were alive and then disarmed before they could explode Boxes. Rick level Involved honors for the Capitol police officer who died following a clash with protesters Officer Brian Sick Nick will lie in honor of the Capitol building next week before he is buried at Arlington National Cemetery. The Justice Department reports it has charged two members of the prom boys with conspiracy in that riot. A federal judge has sentenced former FBI lawyer to probation despite Kevin Kline Smith submission Be falsely altered an email that was used in a surveillance warrant against the 2016 Trump campaign. California Congressman Devin Nunes reacting on Fox News, primetime, Imagine being Carter Page to see this happen where you have somebody who's clearly guilty. This wasn't just this. The House Intelligence Committee Republicans. This was also the inspector general. It was the special counsel now. John Durham. Nothing's gonna happen. This guy. People want to know why the judge saying even though client Smith's crime was serious, the surveillance warrant would have been issued anyway. Even without the altered email. I'm Jack Callahan. This is Fox News..
"kevin kline" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Our right to be men in black clothes, men with capes and should have been the day The Fourth of July will no longer be known as an American holiday, man. That's right here. I don't but as the day when the world declared in one voice, we will not go quietly like him in and black. Yeah, we will not mannish without a fight. E got nothing again. I couldn't even watch a light note. At the end, we're going to survive. Today. Way celebrate opinion, sir. Independence Day where they say the name But I was getting getting this e Got it. All right. Very good. All right to the one. Maybe. Is that well? Yeah. Yeah, okay. In the 1993 Ivan Reitman comedy Dave. Kevin Kline. Thank you loved it. Oh, I was gonna just I've been ready to say Dave. Kevin. I love that is that I just watched that movie like a month ago. That is a great movie. It is. It's a great movie. It's an underdog, but it's a good feel good movie. All right. Way to go, David Gordon Klein, fevers and eggs. You have the president dies and has looked like sets sits in firm until they can figure out how to deal with his dad. Get to two. Here we go. Um Number five. President Mackenzie Allen was the fictional female president on the 2005 ABC. Davis. Yes, Gina Davis, commander in chief. What did you yesterday? Oriel. Let me young know. Okay. She was on scandal. Yeah, it was Gina Davis. That was a good show. It was a called manner. And, Chief. I guess it was only one season ever. Science you did you do it that I thought it was good. Came. We're talking. I've got Gina Davis eyes. Yeah, she's got Gina Davis eyes. Oh, my gosh. Okay. Pop culture. President's moving on number six who played the sleazy U. S president in the 2003 Garden? Yes, Sorry. What was the movie? I don't even know what it was actually. Oh, you're right, huh? He's like Texas. He was so good in that role as Yeah, and he pisses off you grade as like baseline Minister of England and grabs Natalie without her permission, right? Good. Good memory. Okay, Okay, Let's rejoice at this very excited to get a couple left. I might have a We're gonna need the vice president break the time that happens, all right. I will play a sound bite. Can you name the actor who played Well President Dwayne Elizondo Mountain Dew, Herbert Camacho. In the 2006 movie, Idiocracy my word..
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"kevin kline" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"President in scandal, Okay? It's because he voiced Tarzan and therefore we should celebrate this. No. He was the voice of Tarzan in the 1999 animated film from Disney. Also, he was in ghost, Remember? The bad guy and ghosts back. I remember that also, and this is why he is an ambassador for the Innocents project. So that's why he's there. Let's stick with that version. That's the better. It sounds like, you know, he wasn't ghosts. I couldn't believe that they would just have them that he played the present. I know, but I do think that would be funny to have a whole clutch of actors and actresses who have played the president at some point in some form. You know what's her face from homeland When she was the president? Couple people don't play that would be rich. Oculus. What if they don't woman as president? Know all the actors, you know, but I think that would be a funny version of it. Like if one of the balls that they're going to go to tonight could be like Hey, Washington In movies. Remember that funny one where Kevin Kline played a the impostor to the president. And Martin Sheen played the President Martin Sheen was a good president. And what didn't Jack Nicholson played the president who played the president in Mars attacks? I never saw Mars attacks, I think was Nicholson. Um, that's it. Said, For which watching Wednesday The following program is brought to you in living color. But you watching in there Americans love television. They win their kids on a U. S a television much better. You've been watching too many of those live television shows. Okay, so Layla, I was really excited when I heard the spot we were playing that was teasing the new season of all American like I didn't know it was coming back until it was in the middle.
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Ex-FBI lawyer admits to false statement during Russia probe
"A former FBI lawyers pleaded guilty to altering the documents related to the secret surveillance of a former trump campaign adviser during the Russia investigation with his plea of guilty to a single charge of making a false statement Kevin Kline Smith becomes the first official to be charged in a special justice department review of the investigation into ties between Russia and the twenty sixteen trump presidential campaign Klein Smith admits he doctored an email the FBI used to seek court approval to eavesdrop on former trump campaign aide Carter page an email from another government agency to say that page was not a source although page it publicly stated he had worked as a source for the CIA sentencing will be in December Kleinschmidt basis between zero and six months in prison Jackie Quinn Washington
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Former FBI lawyer pleads guilty in first criminal charge from Durham probe
"Former FBI lawyer pleads guilty to making a false statement in the run up to the Russia probe, Kevin Kline Smith admitted to altering an email in 2017 that was used in a FISA application to justify surveillance of Trump campaign aide Carter Page. Klein Smith is the first current or former official charged in U. S Attorney John Durham's investigation of the probe into ties between the Trump campaign and Russia. The former FBI lawyer altered the email to say Paige was not a source for another government agency, The Justice Department's inspector general, discovering Page provided Information to the CIA for years about his contacts with Russian officials. Special Counsel Robert Mueller found no evidence of the Trump campaign conspiring with Russia, but Mueller's report did not exonerate the president of possible wrongdoing during the
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Former FBI lawyer to plead guilty in Durham investigation
"Lawyer plans to plead guilty to making a false statement in the first criminal case arising from US Attorney John Durham's investigation into the probe of ties between Russia and the 2016 Trump campaign. Kevin Kline Smith is accused of altering a government email about a former Trump campaign adviser who was a target of secret FBI surveillance. Flying. Smith's lawyer says he intends to plead guilty to the single false statement count and that he regrets his actions. The case against Klein Smith is being cheered by President Trump and his supporters who allege the FBI spied on the campaign. President Trump has
Ex-F.B.I. Lawyer Expected to Plead Guilty in Review of Russia Inquiry
"Lawyer is expected to plead guilty in connection with the investigation into the origins of the Russia probe, his attorney said. Kevin Kline Smith agreed to plead guilty to falsifying a document that sought permission to secretly wiretapped former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page after the FBI came to suspect the Russians targeted paid for recruitment. This is the first criminal charge from John Durham, the federal prosecutor, attorney general Bar assigned to investigate the onset of the Russia investigation. There's nothing to suggest client. Smith acted as part of a broader conspiracy against the president. He was removed from the case after a special counsel Robert Mueller, learned he wrote text messages critical of Trump's victory. Aaron
Former FBI Director James Comey says he was wrong to defend FBI's use of the FISA surveillance process
"Former FBI director James Comey admitted he was wrong when he said there weren't issues with the bureau's use of the foreign intelligence surveillance act during its investigation into the trump campaign inspector general did not find misconduct by any FBI people he found mistakes and negligent in over no no no that's not true in the case of Kevin Kline Smith he is referred it for a criminal investigation now he's not saying yeah I mean you know I mean that we made so I made some mistakes that you know I'm sorry he's now claiming this was so deep in the FBI he had