14 Burst results for "Kirk Rose"
"kirk rose" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast
"That whole fragile structure that was in place for the last decade and building two decades has just been getting steroids, which means that we probably can't let yields along Kirk Rise to eight points. Rolling and that's the conundrum. In Europe is that if yields rise a little bit in Europe it blows up Italy but if you don't, you'll dries you block backs. On. US banks today, we're down nearly two percent European banks. Doesn't sx making you highs with folding. That's the problem. Yeah, there's a lot of debt. There's concern about growth and earnings and and rates keep falling, which means net interest margins at those banks are falling. As good, Australian will tell you even the most well intentioned central bankers are not able to create an optimal condition on an ongoing basis for business just doesn't work that way. It's too complicated when you're targeting something. Other. Things always get out of balance out of step. There's always this systemic feed through a of the side effects from the policy and I'm curious whether you think we're reaching a potentially critical point with aggregate levels of debt rising with a debt to GDP ratios rising and with the fact that yields have just been so low now for so long on an ongoing basis since. Two Thousand Eight Sort of. I've always been arguing about on the very, very weak structurally calling me and I was thought to myself is actually for very very long time. So we'll come the relations sixteen that this no longer fundamental market. So you know it's that kind of relationship between bones inaccuracies now changed but I still think that this is this is still an environment where we relying on the central banks continued holding. Watching, our backs, we talked about this many times before this is an environment, where will the market likes his no drugs with the? Explicit will really essential banks. Mac, address the entity thousand eighteen when you get potential reflation, get very quickly to a coat but yields Mikan sustainable with Axel market. So the problem the real problem with these central bank is actually not much better than any of us. Dating Future Jumping on produce coach from he is back his camera increase cries all these things..
"kirk rose" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast
"We're pushing for use cases that. That exemplify while you need that level of control over the system on over the platform. What is blind spots? What are these people that like, but he's putting these things that the other communities are the large communities as of right now completely missing. Sure, let me try to organize my thoughts. So the number one is the need to support digital assets at the core level. You theory him. If theory which has been used for a variety of digital assets, now does not actually do this in theory, you have the concept of your seat. Twenty s and the twenty token is represented as code as far as the miners are concerned as far as the system is concerned. See Twenty are just instructions they execute. They don't know. What they're doing is our managing a digital goal transaction are real estate transactional some other asset. They have no idea that asset could be worth billions. They wouldn't know in fact. A theory of minor has no way of tapping into the value flow that. You're. She is securing at the network level, so let's a huge blind spot, and and in fact we're going to have a flipping of sorts at some point where the value. By theory, him is in excess of. theorems own value, and when you get into a situation like that, certain kinds of attacks become possible and. And, so that's that's one big issue on. And the second they are blind to the fact that these assets require different handling so a real estate transaction needs different. Things compared to i. don't know let's say a cheap payments micro payments and yet we have a one-size-fits-all approach so They're all. They're all instructions through Theorem or they're all payments through to Bitcoin, but they shouldn't be. Let somebody. Somebody went in the entirety of records of the state of Georgia in into the Bitcoin blockchain, and they're handled like a regular bitcoin transaction. That's not exactly right. the real estate transactions, they have archival needs and and so you know nobody's managing that and you're just Kinda yellowing it on your storing your transactions on the chain like that and And the final thing is control over the network, and this is actually probably one of the biggest areas. The entirety of the space there are two thousand plus coins. They all do pretty much the same thing which is at one coin one scripting language, one machine that implements that coin, and then one network that that runs that virtual machine. So this is good. You know and they'd sell their coins, and the Schiller can consult forth. What you really want to do. What's enterprises want to do? What people with actual value in there has wants to do is they want to digitize this value? They want to control how it behaves. They won't have some say over the virtual machine that manages this this asset. And they want to have some control over what happens when there is for example an unforeseen circumstance. There was a bug in the virtual machine. There's a bug in the smart contract that implements this thing. What do you do then, and so until now we have this dichotomy, you either go for mission Lewis and you. Are you know left your own devices. There's no take back sees if there was a bug Oh shit, you know looks like the hacker took all the older digital asset, so you know. Whatever so that's stuck with? Right so you your marriage on the blockchain, hope your wife belong to the Ukrainian hacksaw now, so that's kind of Kirk rising it, but that was. That's pretty much what an enterprise is facing today. When if you'd go to an enterprise and say you're going to put this thing on a public blockchain, and it's going to be out of your control. all of the CTO say no. Crazy. And so, what's their? Solution until recently they were saying well. Okay, it's like a since that can't be good for me. I will exert control over these circumstances by starting by Oh my my own permission. So they all go to hyper ledger, and then they tried to have their own console, she a coin or consensus system, and then those things go nowhere so one of the things we're doing. An Alva is allow people to have control over the network so that they can start. Any number of assets they like they control the virtual machines that that implement those assets in full new you don't. You're not just beholden to the the theory, virtual machine or whatnot? You can introduce any VM. And you get control. WHO's far of your system? You can say to dissipate in the system. You have to sign this agreement. This is how we're going to to deal with the with errors or bugs, or whatever or you can say to participate in the system. You have to be in us. Jurisdiction you have to abide by the GDP are or whatnot, you can create these semi open systems where anyone can join, but they have a common traffic that unites them that allows you to say okay, this is how. How I manage the unforeseeable circumstances, so so this I think is is the spectrum it's allows over to cover the spectrum between permission than permissions. This is what allows us to go to enterprise and say this is how you should be using your assets multiple some public luncheon where you lose control not on some bespoke co social that this goal is sure to fall apart and that you don't have the energy to put together anyway, but but as part of a system platform is designed for this kind of control. I want to. Put a few thoughts in there that maybe give some context to why. Gather, platforms may have missed these things. and why? You're able to remedy them using like the snow family of consensus. That's an snow. If the first time since bitcoin was created. where? You have a system that the consensus layer is separated from the state lair. Which means that like the decision. Making process doesn't care about what it's making decisions on. and when you have proof of work, chains and proof of stake chains especially, they're implemented currently. These most of proof of work chains that our existence and try to do something to work out but like..
"kirk rose" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Car at sycamore and central parkway while another victim was located in the parking garage nearby the other shooting happened in Mount Airy on Bahama terrace we are waiting for Cincinnati police to release more information on both cases I sandy Collins it was another shooting reported as well this morning in Springfield township it happened on Vine Street not far from Ronald Reagan highway no additional details on that one either more controversy surrounds a last minute pardons issued by the former governor of Kentucky one of the men that Matt Bevin set free before leaving office died just a few days later from a drug overdose the family Brian bishop telling the courier journal they feared what would happen to if a court ordered mandatory drug treatment stopped now they say their worst fears have come true Commonwealth attorney Kirk rose in the oval tells paper the bishop death is one that could have been prevented says if someone from the governor's office you contacted them before the release they could have told them just how bad an addict he was and why he needed to be in some type of structured environment new government Kentucky reversing another order his predecessors given talkies labor secretary says public school teachers who called in sick to protest legislation at the capitol in twenty nineteen did not break the law secretary Larry Roberts in a letter concludes that the teachers were not engaged in any legal work stoppage although some schools that have to close with a lack of personnel Roberts says teachers were expressing their constitutional rights signals for role to be illegal under former governor Matt Bevin to ministration in a statement Tuesday governor any Bashir said teachers are quote welcome in Frankfort I'm Sean Gallagher.
"kirk rose" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Charlie I want to shift gears time. We have remaining on a couple of questions I have specifically about Durham. And what he's doing as much as you can talk about it. You know obviously with confidential knowledge about all okay great. I just don't want you to. I don't want to breach any the topics. I've I've now heard that Durham's looking into the phone records between Clapper Komi. There are a couple of news articles about that. That came out What do you make of that? What you make because of the report which I found to be lacklustre on considering what we know to be true about the the origins and what? What's your take on all that? Well how much time we gotTA. Let's talk about on this. Let's let's start with Durham. You know I worked with John. Durham on another confidential classified investigation. When I was chief of staff off and I found him to be A A real professional dog ID Prosecutor in an in an investigator in wound Marshall. Whatever resource see need to needed to do? Everyone copied him. I think he's looking at because what what what I think they're they're working. Premises is that the CIA and other intelligence communities used foreign intelligence services to essentially 'cause all the noise well as suggested tested. There was collusion and the trump campaign and Russian girl. I'm only twenty six years old if you re Popadopoulos is book. He's not that interesting. He had to be set up. I mean there's no way this guy keeps running into these guys like he's James Bond Right. He's offered cash. She's this I like him. He's a nice guy. But there's no way that there was not some sort of or or NATO intelligence service collusion going behind that NATO intelligence service what you eat like meaning the NATO rams on on like NATO intelligent maybe there is. I don't know but meaning the countries that are so there's the five is which char the English Speaking Countries New Zealand Australia Canada and England And the United States of the five is and they worked very closely on intelligence front. And that's what you know. So that's why that's why they're going to Australia. And why they're going to England because clearly something was happening and and I think you know Durham's GonNa get to the bottom of it and but I think you're absolutely right. I mean this this concept that they ultimately had an investigation whose target was the present United United States It just is based on George Popadopoulos. You know in a bar in London is just is insane to me. So he's the key to all yes no he is in you know then then once and they ran out I mean they. They figured out that he wasn't sort of the mastermind on this and then they kind of pivot the Carter page and they realized that not only asset though. That's what I can't understand and the bureau note Nuno's that don't they know it now. I think I mean they have no side assigned there. It's hard you know. There's a lot of assets and it's hard to keep track of all of them whose assets they are deconflict that whole thing. Yeah but that's that's in the weeds of intelligence and if your listeners are interested in foreign service or in the intelligence communities is a very interesting life there are people that literally go deep into organizations and governments and all that kind of stuff. That would be very dangerous for interesting work. You no but it's certainly career path that I would encourage them if that's what they are but I I just find it amazing though and maybe this is my naievety that someone who would be a asset of the united the government. WHO's helping the United States? Government collect information for the benefit of our nation could simultaneously be used as a pawn By the bureau. I just find that to be very contradictory. It is it is an explanation. And that's what I hope and think during is going to be talking about on I G report You know fundamentally you boil it all down is they should not have obtained a foreign foreign intelligence surveillance act warrant against his Carter page. They didn't have enough evidence. And it. You know the the question. That Horowitz who I I worked with an end no Well couldn't answer is is Y.. And the only why is that they were desperate to new spy. on Carter Page and therefore spy on you know this the trump campaign I mean. That's that's they had concluded. The Carter page was the linchpin. He was the guy it was. There was a liaison liaison exactly. And so you know the the other interesting thing. Is You know if you look. So you can get a warrant. And they got a warrant based primarily on the dossier the steele dossier which has been debunked but but when you go back to the court to renew that for another ninety days you have to demonstrate new evidence evidence and so that's when they started kind of really making mistakes but the thing that that defies a warrant shows is that they weren't getting anything so they listened for ninety days getting. Listen another ninety nineties again and listen to another night is getting at some point in time you know they. They should have told. The core along was the duration of the spying on I think about two hundred and seventy seventy two hundred through almost a full year. It was it was four. Four Ninety Day realized this. You Know Rod Rosenstein. Who was was the deputy attorney general while I was at Doj he signed the fourth one and so when he got there in May of seventeen? Maybe this was going I. I don't realize this was ongoing. Po Post Cul misfiring. Oh Yeah Oh yeah this continuous this is where the guy in this whole thing is Anne McCabe. He's the one that intimately win win. Komi was fired decided to make the president a target of this nice. I didn't know Rosenstein authorized. He signed the fourth Fiso so in the guy that was the day before that was. You know Sally Yates. I think signed the first one and then a guy named Can't even remember his name now. He was the Australian Ernie and Eastern District of Virginia and it was acting in general and then and Ann had a key role in this whole thing to now. He's now the general counsel the FBI Of Of all things. It's it's a very incestuous you know there are there are a small cobol in Washington. DC that are involved in a lot of these do things you know and this is why in a representative. I talked a lot today about this idea of we. The people in the greatness of America's not our government greatness of America says people and you know we we deserve transparency and accountability and when we don't get transparency and accountability. I think that's when these These career bureaucrats some would call them deep staters. Whatever you want to Kirk rise mass? That's where they kind of go rogue is when they don't have sunlight and they don't have kind of accountability and you know Congress tries to do the best. They can with oversight but they don't you know when you don't know the question to ask and you don't know where to look. It's hard to sort of conduct oversight here because these people aren't going to come to you and say oh. This is what we're doing so in closing last question. Your anticipation will be that. There will be some justice that will hopefully be upheld. In this via Durham. Because I I I can tell you. I'm pretty in tune with the grassroots. There is monumental anger when they start to see people like Flynn when they see people like stone own tied up in the courts in their lives ruined for a micron of a micron. Not Saying they did nothing wrong but micron of a micron of what the other side has done especially with Flynn who our own bureau invaded the White House and entrapped him and Komi Brags about it colmey brags about on tape and I'm sure you've seen it. Oh Yeah you usual White House is you have to General Counsel White House counsel. We just walked right and it was a new White House. We thought it was like an invasion. Like Oh yeah. We're going to get them while they're weak. Yeah Yeah and that's you know that's another example where this whole thing has not been fair and agent. I mean you know it is You know fundamentally the you know the the Flynn case turns on just a couple of key facts and you know but the the same players are all their McCabe. Did this right Iraq. It's it's all those wasn't struck McCabe that went into the White House. I I believe so but I you know I saw Flynn was done in in pretty quiet Royat in while I was there and then it's sort of it was really turned. It was very. It was like January when they came in. And said we want to clear something up on your form about your your lobbying for some government or something right right and you I mean usually just go through White House counsel and then you know you don't actually walk in and sit down with the principal but anyway this is great. Thank you thank. You WanNa plug a book appearances anyway. People I don't have to plug yet but we'll come back someday and talk about that great but you know long story short is you know I i. I just ask people to join us in this battle for the heart and soul of of our country if people don't stand up and be accounted for and agree to participate just bait Whether it's in a political process whether it's you know in these kind of key government roles whatever whatever your ability to to serve participate as we have to otherwise as you know. The the left is is more motivated than they've ever been in there. You know they they want to win and we need to more great. Thank you matt. Good thanks for being here. Thank thank you. That was a great conversation with former acting attorney. General Matthew Whitaker and now here's my conversation with the head of team giving Someone who's a good friend and he's doing a great job for many people in need and having a big impact on our country and in the world bill pulpy has started an online movement to get people to help people through online philanthropy. In this Christmas season I thought it was very fitting to share this conversation. I had with him with you. ENJOY ART everybody's super excited sided with me a good friend American Patriot entrepreneur and someone who is changing the game the way that we interact with each other and help each other a bill poultry. You might have seen him on twitter or on social media. I've known bill for a couple of years now. He's been very helpful to us at turning point. USA and he's been a great patriot patriot. Bill thanks so much for coming on the Charlie Kirk Shaw. I'm so thrilled to be able to talk to you. My pleasure always good to talk with you. Charly awesome so so talk to just for our listeners. Jenner's bill just tell us a little bit first and foremost about your story. You've built businesses. You've sold businesses your entrepreneur and heart to tell us your introduce yourself to our audience audience that we You know they have a better understanding of your pretty remarkable journey. Well a Lotta people have pretty much seen me on twitter as the guy giving away money and you know that's been their interaction with me but over the last ten years or so Charlie. I've spent my time working in the free market working Out there trying to make money making money and now that I have the fortune of you know having Quite a bit of net worth I've decided to go about giving it back to people. And so what we've done with twitter twitter philanthropy which is the movement that we've started is really connecting Americans with each other to take care of each other and Charlie. I know you're big on this but you know now waiting for a big government to come and try to help somebody right and trying to use the resources of individual people in the free market. Help each Charlie. So Charlie it's really appeared appear network that we've created and people are taking care of each other all across the country. Well Bill I have to just add in. It's it's so awesome. I want to dive into that. You know at turning point. USA We talk about how America's the greatest country ever to exist in the history of the world where the most generous and the most benevolent country. That's it's always what I start with. Americans gave away over five hundred fifty billion dollars to charity last year. And so bill. What you've done? which is so remarkable? You've helped giveaway. A significant amount of money. Online really have done a great job of helping people directly but when I talk to people and the reason they like you and they like what you're doing is they feel as if they they give money to just to a huge massive international charity. They don't know if it's actually going to help people so talk about how you were able. You're able to cut through the bureaucracy and actually get to helping helping people directly. Yeah we're we're cutting out the middleman. which in many ways is a capitalistic idea? In the sense that you know we try to remove any any inefficiencies so to your point. We're getting rid of the big galas. We're getting rid of the big Charity balls where. There's all this overhead and just saying. Hey how among link people with one another. I mean it's almost like and I hate to say it but I also love to say is. It's almost like bitcoin. In some of these crypto currencies you know you have this big financial industry right where these banks basically control currency. And you know we're doing something that's analogous to that. Where basically we're taking out the middleman? Oh Man in this analogy you know the banks and all these other things but for our purposes these big charities these bloated overheads all the things that we know you know we go to donate to charity already that sometimes it doesn't end up people were ripping that all out Charlie and we're putting up causes with somebody for example needs new teeth and if they haven't had teeth in decades okay. Aides were able to put them up on twitter. One tweet and raise them the money to get new teeth and I want to just explain to our audience. I'm looking at your twitter account right now. At Petit P..
"kirk rose" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Raiders. Kirk rose I'm never prepared for that end. Never never happy that. I don't have my headphones in case you like when you go to a game they just you get you a nice little group. They hey adult beverages and that's all they do the whole game. They only watch the game. They turn several years. They've had no real reason to watch the game. They literally the field is facing forward. They will turn around and just look at everybody in a crowd and just go eh but I I love him. I mean again sometimes. That's the best thing you can do in that stadium because your other option is watched the team because they want someone to tell them. Hey Hey what do looking for. I remember when I went to USC. That's back when the raiders. Were still playing Holocene. I was more scared of the Raider fans then. I was of the local bangers that used to often be around campus. Like generally left alone by them- Raider fans were looking to fight right. Anybody they were just looking maybe looked at sideways but they are still in. Yeah they're in the playoff mix. They need the Texans to beat the Titan wreck the Ravens to beat the steelers and the colts beat the Jaguars then they need to win their own game this week in four team parlay take it or shake it. It happens for the raiders and they're in the playoffs Kirk. Wow I gotTA shake.
"kirk rose" Discussed on Bitches on Comics
"Their for that also here. He came a long way to go. You never know you see him later in life. And he's like this so hard and I fucked up the future have to save everyone trying thing maybe a little more rugged in the future I could see that for you. Old Mankato's are going to be real fun to interact with. WHO's your rising character? Sarah James James Kirk because I think him Indiana Troy are Other sides of each other kind of a lot of ways you have kirk who's very brassy a straightforward just runs into these situations. You know doesn't think about things. But there's a secret empathy to him. And then you have troy. Who is very secretly? Judgy the end kind of secretly arrogant. And things like that. So I think that my rising sign would be kirk situation because as much as those characters are dissimilar they also to kind of show my different sides of my character and Kirk is really intelligent and smashes any smashes. Oh Yeah Kirk Fox the artifacts for sure also I WANNA say Sodas Diatta for sure for sure. She's banging people better than they've ever had it in their lives. Cool it sure and then half in bed and Tom was up. So I'm saying standard. Okay this is basically an episode to help Sarah Play. Dating profile is troy with the Kirk rising. The date me ladies. Meyer is definitely Janeway because I can be a little bit controlling because I don't like chaos and because I am never out of my depth right. There's a grounded nece right that I think it is not matter what is burning down around me I. Am like okay. You need to do this you need to do that. Can you. Please go plugged that hole. So we don't know the I and could you just like calm down please. Just and I think it can be useful in crises than it can also be incredibly annoying. I just can we. What if we just tall calm down a little? But then I think you know the the bad parts of Janeway the lake arrogance and the I think she's a really nihilist streak that people don't really think about with her where she's like. Well fuck it will travel through space. Yeah we'll just get home. Nothing matters so I guess we'll just do this thing. That's what I was supposed to do. I'm a starfleet officer and and so I think I really relate to that where I'm like the whole fucking world just broken whatever. It doesn't matter. I guess we're just GONNA keep doing to until we get there. I don't know where were there. Is she solution-oriented though. And I think you've talked about being a tourist and really liking your home and your digs and being comfortable. I mean ninety percent of the time if Jane has like personal time or you know what is it. She's not on duty. She's a enter quarters kicking it with a book. You know what I mean like Drinking black coffee drinking coffee and she's she likes her creature comforts you know. Maybe once in a while she's playing fucking velocity with seven of nine but for the most oh spurt. She's going to be just like chilling. She invites people over for dinner and recorders and change a coattail definitely bang. Oh well there's one episode so where they're about to make a fucking home together strain on the planet because of the only ones who have like whatever they contract and they're like and we're looking into each other's eyes and I'm going to stay stay. Don't get it'll Michelle just lately turns out we can't do this show without our convinced to rejoin and then they were never seen again. Serious ended bad episode. When we watch Steven Universe movie like the first song is like happy? We're like oh good movies over. Check everything happening. I wouldn't say thank you for sharing. Yes I love talking August Star Trek with you and I also say that I started a conversation one time on twitter that was essentially the same. As this. What Star Trek character do do you relate the most to and why and it was one of the most fun conversations? I've ever had on twitter so I would like to open this also to any listeners. Just to tell us you know what star contract character you relate to and why you do because this is always a really fun conversation Polish off your gifts so we can all re tweet them and love. GOP grabbing his forehead and disdain the geometry gift that I most really to as the one where she's like. I am the goddess of empathy with the one where it's like in Barclay is like fantasizing better in dealing with his fellow addiction. Yeah I'm maybe you're the troy that's looking at that like are you fucking is and also being kind of like I am Sorta I answered. Both this is too much and and you nailed it Barkley. AFC Hey what's up. What sounds cool to you Extra or contact where I could hear more from these bitches. Oh my God that sounds really great to me as well I think. Maybe we should have a patriotic. Let's do it. You can find us at Patriotair. Dot Com Tom. Backslash bitches on comics you gotTa type out the whole thing unfortunately because we're unsearchable because we say fuck I I've ever heard of it but it sounds great. I'm GONNA try.
"kirk rose" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Four minutes after the hour as if she is already big enough rockstar on attache retron will be joining politico is a national security correspondent starting April sixteen. Yeah. Great new piece in the Atlantic. She joins us now. Good morning tasha. Congrats on your new gig. Thank you so much. You're only one woman. I don't know how much you can do for America. But now that you're catches been delivered fulltime on that wall for the American. So what where do we start this morning? A lot of significant stuff. I mean this cover up appears to be unraveling by the minute, doesn't it? Really bad. It's really bad. Yeah. So we're finally hearing some grumblings for molars people were speaking to associates in saying that they're not satisfied at all with how Bill bar characterize their findings, which of course, took them two years to come up with. So those are significant leaks because of course, they've been completely silent for you know, since may of twenty seventeen. So you know, what we're also seeing is that bar. Parents is redacting a ton of information from the final report, which is really really unnerving Democrats, and they're fighting now to get on redacted totally redacted versions of the mullahs report. So we'll see what happens. Our friend teepee on Twitter. Tweet sounds like Muller's crew is saying that Trump -struction may rise to the level of a crime, but they were handcuffed by DOJ policies, doesn't it most likely? Why Muller wanted congress not bar to handle it shifts said yesterday? I mean, we're going to hear from Muller. Don't you think? Yeah. I think he's definitely going to be called in to testify. There's gonna be a lot of back and forth between you know, between congress and DOJ as to whether you know. What more can actually testify about? But it's it's going to happen. And you know, the structure in question is really significant because it was always it was always kind of a procedural issue. According to people, I speak to you. It just seems like what Muller was unable to determine whether like how how to take it forward. You can't data sitting president. They were kind of disagreements in Charlie his team how to handle the ultimate they decided not to make a decision. But then what happened obviously is he handed it off to very conflicted people political appointees bar and Rosenstein, and that's what my piece yesterday was about which is Rosenstein was a witness essential witness in the Komi firing which is the basis really of obstruction inquiry is the president. So thank you, we between Dr writing a memo last year saying the president can't really that Muller's -struction for it was fatally misconceived Rosenstein. Being a witness in the obstruction Crovitz seems like you have to people who have no business making this kind of. I thank you in by the way, I had not seen that elsewhere great point in your new piece in the Atlantic. Basically, your headline Trump allies changed their tune on rob Rosenstein. I mean, they are so laughable right on how they, you know, bash Muller or Rosenstein or whatever over and over and then suddenly like now, they're great. And now, you know, obviously, the whole thing gets released. Now, they'll go back to being conflicted which hoaxers right? I mean, you you, right? Just a few months ago. Trump was attacking Rosenstein is totally conflicted in his oversight of Muller's retweeted a Photoshop images that depicted depict and Rosenstein behind bars suggesting he should be jailed for treason, and then you say in the wake of bars memo, whoever in which bar in consultation with Rosenstein, concluded Trump did not obstruct Justice from allies. And I've seen them everywhere. Now, Kirk rising Rosenstein is a non-partisan professional whose input legitimize the no obstruction finding and as you say legal. Experts have questioned the appropriateness of Rosenstein wing in as you say given his role in writing the memo, and we still don't know was he ordered to do that. But about Riley firing. Right, right. And this is a really I think under undercover point, which is that I think bar thought also that Rosenstein might legitimize the no structure finding, but, but you know, in a way, I Ron chocolate kind of right when he called Stein, totally conflicted wrote Trump's allies were actually saying early on that Rosen sensitive recused himself from if not the collusion aspect of the investigation at least the structure aspect because if he wrote the memo that provided the basis for firing than judge shairman law, professor at Fordham, he said, you could make the argument that that Roz Rosenstein was actually a conspirator in the obstruction. He's so by clearing Trump of obstruction. He actually clears himself, and that's a very self interested, obviously position to be. It's. Can you believe on of corruption? We're talking about we think about that sessions had to recuse himself because he was involved in lied about Russia context now bar people. Keep pointing out Nixon's AG ended up in jail if bar in in fact, he should have recused himself. I would assume based on that nineteen page memo sort of auditioning for the job. And now, you think he could be part of the obstruction depending on what we find right right now. I think that's I think that's totally right. And there's a reason why Bill are was chosen for this job. I think it's it's not a coincidence that the man who said that the president could struck Justice which was the issue that the president has legal team. Most apparently concerned about got selected for neutering general thought he was never going to recuse himself because that would defeat the entire purpose right of his appointment. So when you know, the fact that he kind of read this four hundred page, or you know. Oh, says he he read a four hundred page report and summarized it in in two days and concluded after forty eight hours that, you know, the president didn't obstruct Justice didn't have corrupt intent when he wrote that misleading statement about the Trump camera meeting twenty sixteen when he fired Jim Komi was leading investigation to him and his campaign is kind of laughable because it's not that, you know, it's not that Muller doesn't have evidence that Trump obstructed Justice. It's just that he probably expected that it would go to congress can make that final determination. Yeah. That's I mean, actually, I wanted to get your reaction to a couple of takes Matthew Miller who you know. Of course, you're on MSNBC with all the time. He's a big deal confirming what has always seemed likely I will be surprised if there was anyone on the team who expected bar to insert himself into the process and reach his own conclusion. I mean, that's I think the next shoe to drop here, isn't it? Right. And I think you know, the the question apparently about the conspiracy aspect of this is important too. Because NBC is now reporting that Muller had a lot of evidence that members of Trump's campaign were manipulated by Russian intelligence agents. And what does that manipulation? How did that come to fruition? Does that mean that they were that the attentiveness them but failed as it means that the Trump campaign was was complicit in that kind of nip in that the Russians actually succeeded? There's a lot in here. Think that we might even not get to see because it's classified a lot of this going to the land counter-intelligence material that bar is try to redact apparently before he even gives it to congress in which, you know, the house Intel committee is fighting tooth and nail saying we we look at classified information all time that's kind of our job. But the public might not ever get to see that underlying material. So hopefully what the. Public. Does get is at least a declassified version that delves into much won't we said chairmanship on a couple of days ago Natasha, and certainly that's as house intelligence chair what he needs to know is the counterintelligence investigation ongoing. We're not what were the results of that. That's that's his job constitutionally. And he also tweeted the attorney general's repeated justification for withholding grand jury material instead of seeking court approval to release simply don't add up. We fought to ensure the Muller finished his work. We will fight to ensure the Miller report is not buried, and as we were saying he the gang of eight was constitutionally, what's the word not not just allowed? They should already have seen the complete unredacted Muller reports shouldn't they right? And they were you know, there were some rumblings few weeks ago about the FBI was going to brief gang avait on the classified portions of the report, but I don't believe that that's actually happened yet. And, you know, the the house intelligence committee again looks class by all the time they have oversight of the intelligence community and in order for them to fully understand Muller's finding they're going to have to look at this stuff. So they are. Now part of the the way that the house leadership. It is is pursuing this is not only to they want the grand jury material, which they say, you know, is that redacting it should have gone to court with them in order to get a court order to allow to release it. But they also want the full. You know, they they want the people who are obviously allowed to cost material in congress to see it. And this is something that ship has made a big deal out of because the counterintelligence portion of this is arguably the most important aspect of Muller's whole investigation. Yeah. Well, I remember, you know, who you're with all the time as well tweeted number of times, congress got the reports from three probes into the Clinton Reagan Nixon White House three number of time. Judges kept such reports from congress because of White House claims of grand jury material zero so. Again, it looks like the law is definitely on their side. But it clearly this is just a ploy to to have the public narrative Hardin right before the actual information comes out, it seems to me. Yeah. I think that was the attention all along because Barton did not obviously have to put out the summary that he put out apparently Muller's team actually wrote summaries throughout the report that Ramesh for public release as day did not know that bar was going to release the top wide findings or whatever when he did. And so that part of the reason why they're so angry now, but it has you know, it has solidified a bit the Trump narrative, and it has given them a head start. But I don't think that means the Democrats sheet back off a lot of speculation on Twitter and house wear that if the Democrats to pursue it'll be seen as sore losers. You know, they have to get to the truth. I mean that is the part of their oversight responsibility of this administration is they have to know whether or not Trump is compromised or people around him are compromised by Russia. And so, you know, this this is far from over. Yeah. Absolutely. And in fact, if anything not back down, but ramp-up man from listening to Pelosi Schiff and Nadler, God bless them. It seems like that's what they're doing. I want you to react to latest BuzzFeed case in new documents coincide Trump instructed him to lie in a memo submitted to congress, the president's former lawyer for time to help congressional investigators review new evidence, they submitted documents last night right accusing Trump and his team of lawyers instructing Cohen to lie to congress about negotiations about Trump Tower Moscow including other stuff about Trump Russia, right? Yeah. It's really I mean, this this is something we suspected all along. There was there was disagreement about whether the president directed, you know, specifically Michael Cohen allies, saying, you know, tell congress this more nuance, which is obviously more Trumpian way to do things kind of a wiccan at all. But, but this seems to the seems to totally back up feature previous reporting that the president may have suborn jury, and that's a really really big deal because it's Bellany, and it's also what profit Democrats to start saying back in the BuzzFeed report was originally released the first. The one that they would launch impeachment proceedings over something like this. So if Lanny Davis, Michael Cohen lawyer is is accurate and being honest with the committee's about this. Remember, he does have he wants to try to delay? Michael Collins sent prison terms trying keep Cohen in congressional sites for as long as possible..
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"Actually fits into the rules that we're talking about now. And it kinda remains to be seen actually how it would work well in lucidly explained thank you for that the caller one. I think that we're going to get another caller board here. And that's you Theresa you're on the air. Good morning. How are you doing? That's quite a Hello. Thank you. Okay. Well, look, I my family's been here for about one hundred seventy years, and why can't we just give the Sam? In a break. I mean, we need to restore habitat. I understand that. But maybe people should just stop eating the poor asked salmon. Well, there's a thought to wrestle with. We will let it hang out there. And maybe get some other responses from listeners who either feel the same way you do or eager to much salmon as they can. But let me get to some more callers here and remind you that we're talking about environmentalists accusation that the Trump administration is trying to shortcut science in decisions regarding California's water supply, and there's certainly about a half dozen endangered species that are possibly going to be affected by this. And let's hear for more of our listeners. Let's go to you. John mcmanus. Good morning. Yeah. Good morning. I'm the president of the Golden Gate salmon association, and I just would like to point out a couple of things. First of all, we're talking about a massive transfer of natural wealth to the western San Joaquin valley at the opening of the segment a comment about this affecting the central valley. And actually, I don't think that's fair because people in the Sacramento valley are not involved with us. This is about moving northern California to the western San Joaquin valley, where they're growing all the staff here in what is essentially a desert so for the Trump administration to move forward on this means that the people I represent tens of thousands of people working in the state whose livelihood related to the salmon industry voting. The fishing would all suffer as a result hundreds of millions of dollars even north of a billion dollars is on the line here. And this is coming from an administration that denies climate change. So is anybody surprised that they're shortchanging science here? One other thing. You're Kirk rising this as environmentalists who have a beef with the Trump administration is proposing. I'd like to suggest anybody who's objective and look look this including those of us in the fishing community. Also have a beef. So it's not just environmental. Yeah. No. That's a fair point. And I said there's a possibility of loss of thousands of fishing jobs, just because of this. But I'd like the opinion, I know this may sound superfluous. But the last caller said heedless salmon, not response to that. I heard that actually what we find is people who fish for salmon become the strongest advocate for stewardship of the environment. So we actually advocate salmon fishing because it keeps our best advocate working to conserve how to tap the conservative sustainable, natural food store source. It's been in California since long before Europeans got here. And the Trump administration is wrong to take steps to basically send the salmon that we rely on into extinction. I would also point out. The state legislature is considering a Bill right now called SP one which would protect us from many of these threats coming from the Trump administration in listeners are so inclined to contact their legislators and advocate for passage SP. One. John good to hear from you. I'm pretty sure you're calling in. And thank you for that. And let's hear from a farmer. We that Albert on from wena vista. Albert, you're on the air. Good morning. Yeah. Hi, I'm Albert from real this. I'm a farmer and I actually use water from the delta. And this idea of exporting more water farmer was gonna hurt the farmers up here. I think the great debate forget, there's a huge farming Galata and around. Down through from Sacramento to trade and taking water from here to get to the farmers. Valley who in many cases are gonna use it to sell through urban. Total. Distortion of what the religion. Well, I'm glad you had to say here Elbert, and I thank you for that. Call good to hear from you as well. And here's Michael says, this new water fight will further erode public support for large-scale, agriculture, California. A few powerful Ag interest will hurt the larger sector, and I believe they will fail in the end and done asks who's interest as the Westland water district represent family farmers or giant corporate agriculture. Good question Lawrence. Yeah. I think that's something people really like to raise a lot. We we do have an image of small family farmers. And there are those in California. They're also some very large corporations that own vast tracts of land and feeling caller Albert was a small farm. But it does help the corporate farmers. Most of all this is simply a fact, and I think it has to be weighed in in terms of the whole equation. We'll calculus what we're talking about. Another caller here, Charles. You welcome. You're on the air. Well, I just pretty much the same thing that was just talked about. I wonder if anybody in the panel knows the percentages. I learned years ago that Westlund was owned largely by big banks and stuff, but huge agribusinesses. Do we know the percentages from between family farms and corporate owned agribusinesses? Can you shed some light here? I don't have the percentages off the top of my head. I mean, they have about six hundred thousand acres in their district. It's it's quite large. They're based in Fresno. We should say, yes. Yeah. I don't maybe we can look up that and see what we can find. Thank you for the question at this point in like to get as many callers on here as we can because many one away in Georgia's next George from fair oaks, good morning. Hi there. Nobody's talking about the poison the whole area down Westlands is laced with selenium and nobody's talking about the poison that's down there and just being washed into the delta from there. They have to use tons of water to wash that stuff out of the out of the soil, and it's all going into the Dalton and back to Los Angeles. Got a lot of ducks dying down there. I know Jonathan Rosenfield can you dresses as a scientist and from Baker. I mean, it's the lands that Westlands is on. Are the soils are naturally high for in part of this land, not all of it? But part of this land, the soils are naturally high in selenium. And so what the caller is referring to is that in order to keep selene from accumulating in the root zone of the crops, which not be good for the crops. It has to be drained away. And then where do you drain not selenium to in the past? It's been drained to a national wildlife refuge, which caused massive die offs of of a birds and formity is. And then that problem was stopped and this and that, but they still have this issue of high selenium soils that. In order to farm them. You have to move the selenium somewhere. And that's that's sort of should be another episode of of your show. Michael is the deals that are going on around. How that drainage Hopkins who pays for whether it happens at all? And where the where the selenium got. So big question, and I'm glad we've brought it into the picture here. And I think the caller for them. Thank you Jonathan. Let's get another caller aboard Phil joins us. Fill wanna talk politics in important show. Looking a lifelong democrat, and you know, Democrats are getting the central valley because the central valley everybody's beating on the agriculture business. But they grow all of our food. They grow something like half the food in the country. We eat their food vegetarians eat their food. We need to work with them. Get the more water-efficient cropped methods rotation. Bethpage solar still supposed to letting him out of the water. This anti approach of the show is disturbing. These people feed us. Coming from you, John and Rosenfield. Yeah. I mean, look everyone is proud of California agriculture California, agriculture obviously covers a large land area of the state not just the area that we are talking about on this show that relies on water exported from the delta. And you know, we we do rely. I eat food come from a long line of people that ate food. So we all come from long lines. I graduated from an agricultural university. I'm not anti agriculture, but it's important to point out that Westlands with it's almost six hundred thousand acres. More than one hundred thousand acres of that land is dedicated to growing nut trees, which have proliferated proliferated through the southern central valley over the past several decades. And the thing about nut trees is that their trees, and they require water. Whether there is water to share or not, right. So during a drought that requires the same amount of water as during a wet year like this one, we got seconds left here. And I just want to commend the caller for at least bringing up the fact that we don't want to be bashing agriculture here to be sure. But listen, it says to who do we know names of individuals who stand to gain most financially from this proposed water diversion, and what's a shine a light on oligarchy seconds Lawrence over.
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"Wi fi get the fastest and most in home wifi coverage wealth warriors coming off a loss t wolves have lost three in a row they're getting desperate look no further than than bringing in derek freaking arose we'll hear some sound from deir grows in the next segment just classic derek rosen to me i mean this guy he's too much and yeah the injury when he was a bull suck but here's a guy that's basically just do stout on his team twice it happened in new york and that are happening cleveland earlier this year is there a more unreliable teammate the dare grows and you know i had that's why i had a real problem with you know when the the cavs still had isaiah they're in in you know uh would dare grows in in twain weighed when everybody just went on the offensive against kevin love about being a t may you know about being a bad teammate know basically you know for leaving during the game then we find out later he just had a horrific panic attack him you know wrote a beautiful piece in the players tribune i am a fish lee a big kevin love guy but it's just pretty but pretty annoying to hear somebody calling out any team like kevin love especially when you have a guy like derek rose on your team who is who embodies all things that are known teammates fair kirk rose left the team and went and got married that's what i'm saying took like two or three weeks away from the team just for a little personal holiday inn is the worst he is the absolute worst but he does have history with tom tippytoe so we'll hear a little bit from derek rose next and by the way so the other xfactor tonight will of course be the warriors banding together very short handed yet again we'll get the andrew report on the.
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"Two wars the twopage civics roosevelt is participating as best he can through lend lease sin through rearmament with the war in europe before the americans are attacked pearl harbor however i wanna speak to franklin delano roosevelt in what he brought to the allies after the americans were attacked after pearl harbor day a roosevelt was not a warrior the way a churchill was he had not been in the trenches he'd touched the first war as an assistant secretary of state uh secretary secretary of the navy but in no fashion was up was a combat veteran what did he give to churchill the churchill needed to continue the war after forty one he gave him a wall of king's uh torture was a man of the right and he was always under the suspicion that he went to war due to preserve a colonial imperial system kirk rose about was a man of the left and so his alliance with churchill sort of deep politicize the allied effort against germany that was number one number two like churchill he obama administration in a way that mussolini who was a heroic detriment in the trenches and hitler who was equally heroic in the trenches were not they had a grounds i view or roosevelt in churchill both share this obscenity of uh calibrating manpower economics distances air and naval rather than just the ferocity of the soldier on the ground so that really gave encouragement to detroit and most importantly and this is quite unusual churchill understood that roosevelt like churchill knew that hitler was a greater threat than the japanese so even though there was likely that japan would strike the united states before hitler would the roosevelt let's see that the enemy that attacked him would be at least in theory of secondary importance and the enemy that had not attacked him would be primarily or and so that was very important where he had some differences is that he was a spy as suspicious of bull as both of bolshevism as he was right of nazism and and roseville never quite got on board with that i'm speaking with victor davis hanson he's the author most recently of the second world war is how the first global conflict was fought and wadan when we come back the third member of the ally and that.
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