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"liberty jeffrey" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"liberty jeffrey" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Him is his songs to sound the same Donna I'm sorry Hey I always say that that is an argument may I sure I feel like it's the lazy argument that we all go into and I've said it before about bands too but you say it when you just don't like him because you could say the same boy about cold play about boys to men about Tim McGraw was two sons I couldn't even if I didn't hear the lyrics I wouldn't have known when the two songs changed when the one song changed into the next those two words slower jams they were of similar tempo yell about those two sure okay by and large still do that I'm sorry your me though that that's pretty cool it's always grown up really he's really trying to get that going it's Hussaini yet like now I'm trying to get the Yummy you could be the first yeah go head to find try that on your wife when you go home to me by Yummy go back you trying to give me that young give me that yeah the like you're asking for dinner for sex what is it on on a on it how would you even know that we do that like there's some evidence from evidence running around the house those four times I assume they're yours Hey Hey Hey I wanna what yes I thank you for making a good assumption the young man a people were disappointed that that Kate McKinnon did not play Justin Bieber who she has played before liberty Jeffrey I believe that we have in our firm in a sketch at all I mean beads use one handles on my wife just texted me do is Yummy yes maybe and I why it please your question back no she said hi from this little guy and now she's going to send me a picture Taylor what we're just talking about no hello all texture please don't ever reach out to her eleven eleven make as you know that she still does not know that I do this radio show one eight she likes us why do you always say that I don't know I don't know insecure about this is usually met you like twice right she was nice right he was kind of like high and just where was it Janice and interferes there we all share a table no at that she was she was there add on Ryan Whitney in maybe the other time yeah I did she got to stay about her her necklace bother maybe she things you don't like her no I love her well you got a weird way of showing all you do is bad mouth or on the radio higher like me who want to be liked it's a flaw on the fly sorry good thing I'm gonna Konno Donna you're gonna stay no I'm gonna see me I don't know if tonight is the night today's one of the days that I woke up and I the first thought I had was I can't wait sleep again so I don't know if tonight I will finish the morning show or the bed some point this week is going to happen and I got some questions about where they're going to go with this man and that nearly got up he's great anything he says on this love him is really enjoyable and by the way Steve Carell who I was sort of like because this miscast as the season goes on he leans more and more into some different sides in that you know they do well and I know we got to get a break are they do a really nice job of just internalizing the angst in the frustration in the what the heck am I going to do next Jennifer and is also a really nice job with that the only criticism I have for Jennifer Aniston is she's got a signature move do you notice it whenever she she's experiencing something stressful are troubling she holds onto her stomach and you know some people would hold on to their chest and like all my gosh he's always holding onto her stomach and then I see Rachel from friends it's just and she needs another move that's all okay sorry I blew up guys when we come back on you are really amused by one of the or a couple of the presenters last night that I thought I was so surprised that you did not come in saying this was so funny there was one tiny little thing that I thought was funny about it other than that I was like this is a waste of time Jeez will tell you what we're arguing about coming up after the break on down and see nothing but good times.

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"liberty jeffrey" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"liberty jeffrey" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

"Which we agreed to were that it would be off the record because the president wanted to present us with what he said. Were classified details about the effectiveness of the program that he thought would persuade us not to publish the article. Three years later Reisen wrote a book called State of war. I decided the only way the story would ever see the light was to put it in a book. Doc he was able to finally write in detail about operation. Merlin one of the stories that had been held by the New York Times that I had put into that was another story was about a crazy screwed up. CIA operation involving Iran and its nuclear program. He was also intentionally vague about the sources of this this highly classified sensitive information only James Rise in new the identity of his source or sources and now James Rise in at a serious problem the government also wanted to know who he had talked to and they seemed intent on forcing him to divulge his source this summer of two thousand seven. We got a Fedex letter from the Justice Department saying we want you to we. We WanNA talk to you. We went all your information about your sources on this chapter. The government wanted to know so badly that they issued reisen a subpoena in an effort effort to compel him to testify in front of a criminal. Grand jury about who his source was for the around story. Reisen refused to cooperate. He would fight that subpoena for the next seven years against both the Bush and Obama Administration. Justice Department's IT turns out that the same grand jury which rise is innovated had been assembled to prosecute a former CIA case officer. His name was Jeffrey Sterling. Prosecutors alleged that it was sterling who had told Jim Reisen about Operation Merlin Jeffrey Sterling served in the CIA from nineteen ninety three to two thousand and two where he was in Iran specialist. a-list trained in Farsi Sterling. Was One of the very few African American clandestine officers at the CIA. This would become a central fact in the story of Jeffrey Sterling. Particularly after sterling filed an internal equal opportunities complaint about the spy agency's alleged racial discrimination the nation against him the CIA was no stranger to such lawsuits in fact a few years before sterling made his complaint of blatant racism within the agency known a judge had approved a nearly one million dollar settlement to four hundred. CIA Women on the basis of gender discrimination. Jeffrey Sterling was not so lucky he eventually sued the CIA in court but the government claimed that in pursuing his case. Jeffrey sterling would necessarily have to reveal. You'll state secrets and so his lawsuit was dismissed. Soon after sterling was subjected to a Security Investigation and the CIA ultimately terminated his employment a month after nine eleven sterling had a tough life after leaving the agency contemplated suicide and he eventually started to rebuild. L. Does life but the CIA and the US government had not forgotten about him in two thousand ten. Jeffrey Sterling was indicted by the grand jury on and charges under the espionage act and he was accused of leaking sensitive national security information to James Reisen of the New York. Times as Sterling's trial unfolded the overwhelming amount of attention. Paid to his case was in the context of the Obama Administration's attempt to force Reisen to give up his source. This is not the the first time that James Reisen has been subpoenaed for his sources and his documents on this exact reporter. James Rosen The New York Times reporter who faces potential jail. Time for not revealing. Feeling a confidential source is calling out the Obama Administration as hypocritical. This as New York Times reporter James Reisen is speaking out. He says he's been targeted by the White House. For years in an attempt to get information about sources for a book he wrote Sterling was ultimately convicted in two thousand fifteen and sentenced to three and a half years imprison hours ago. Extra officer. Jeffrey Sterling was sentenced to three and a half years in prison. Two and a half weeks. After General David Portrays Got Away with two years probation relation in one hundred thousand dollar fine. He did more than two years and is now once again. A free man. He has no job but he does have his liberty. Jeffrey Sterling Story is particularly prescient today. As we witnessed the trump administration intensify the prosecution of whistle blowers I of the game over the installation was used to the.

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"liberty jeffrey" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"liberty jeffrey" Discussed on KCBS All News

"To get to help them to support them because if we don't we die out at the Oakland airport hall with one key CBS governor Newsome is punching back against president trump's latest criticism of him but not as hard as you might expect KCBS political reporter ducks offered spoke with the governor about his curious relationship with the president and the latest public feud it took president trump a week to go after Gavin Newsom for signing a bill that would force trump to release his tax returns to qualify for the California primary but he finally did tweeting that the new law is ridiculous and totally unconstitutional and constitutes presidential harassment in an interview with KCBS governor Newsome said he's not surprised axis is predictable as wildfires in California governor tells the CVS he will release his returns and voters have a right to know if Donald Trump is profiting from being president he thinks he's on solid constitutional ground since states do have the right to set ballot access requirements but he held his fire will be given the opportunity to go after Mr trump on gun violence in his reaction to last week's mass shooting obviously he and I have an interesting relationship where he's called me a clown in it all I'll take a shot back but I want to maintain a relationship regardless but no in this case I'm not pulling back my rhetoric I'm just trying to sharpen aware that I think critique should go and it's not just the president it's Mitch damn McConnell Senate Majority Leader McConnell the governor calls a coward for not allowing a vote on gun legislation that most Americans favor Doug sovereign KCB the Chico city council has turned down a proposal by its police chief to impose a curfew in the event of PGD turns off electricity to the city for extended period of time KCBS is Jeffrey Schaub reports chief Michael o'brien is concerned about the potential for crime during a lengthy black the police chief says of P. Jeannie word to turn off power city wide as a fire safety precaution it could invite crime perhaps people coming to the city from other areas keeping people that do not belong in particular areas where those populations are vulnerable that is what the purpose of the curfew to be it the overnight curfew would be similar to one imposed in Chico's neighboring city of paradise devastated in the camp fire and you hear about people even to this day that are up there looting and trying to take advantage of someone else's misfortune but he says he understands the city council's reservations about the proposal and will continue to work on a doable plan it would have to be something that would need to further refinement because you're talking about restricting civil liberties Jeffrey Schaub T. C. B. S. the fire the devastated the town of paradise last fall has claimed it another life it's eighty sixth victim seventy two year old Paul Ernest artists on confirm that his father died yesterday of complications from burns suffered when he and his wife Susie Ernest fled the camp fire on the November eighth sincerest meantime is learning to walk again the former paradise kindergarten teachers now living in an apartment Chico and her son says that she's doing well just ahead on KCBS the portion Sacramento to create a climate czar out to the road we go now for a look at KCBS traffic with George raft the back of the bay bridge toll plaza is breaking up pretty nicely especially west of the eight eighty over crossing starting to clear out on the left hand side of the toll plaza the eight eighty approach is no longer backed up by either it's just slow coming down from the top of the ramp on this band itself smooth conditions in the San Francisco they're getting a little more crowded as they are speeding up the metering lights were still experiencing delays through Pleasanton six eighty south bound the sweepers are at work again today in the left hand lane at just south of Seminole Boulevard we're still backed up to stone ridge for six eighty south in the South Bay to thirty seven in the westbound direction at the west standards road work going on that's left as says slower than usual from the Lawrence expressway and their New South Bay problems that well new and old let's go to Dave out at the Chiltern autobody collision cam another day of road work southbound seventeen between two eighty and Hamilton the right lanes get the block to about three PM that's kind of traffic backed up on the eight eighty from Stevens creek the two eighty ram northbound is backing up before Bascom looks like they've closed that ramp again southbound two eighty on the southbound seventeen slow in the Palo alto one one a one south bound with road work at Embarcadero road next update eleven eighteen traffic leader KCBS lovely day lots of sunshine some clouds here and there but really not that much temperatures sixties seventies some low eighties this afternoon.

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"liberty jeffrey" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"liberty jeffrey" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Get out to help them to support them because if we don't we die out at the Oakland airport hall with one key CBS news soon man president trump got the best of buddies they've been going back and forth but some of this is a little different from what you might expect KCBS political reporter Doug sovereign talking with the governor but is curious relationship with the president and their latest public spat it took president trump a week to go after Gavin Newsom for signing a bill that would force trump to release his tax returns to qualify for the California primary but he finally did tweeting that the new law is ridiculous and totally unconstitutional and constitutes presidential harassment in an interview with KCBS governor Newsome said he's not surprised that says is predictable as wildfires in California governor tells the CVS he will release his returns in voters have a right to know if Donald Trump is profiting from being president he thinks he's on solid constitutional ground since states do have the right to set ballot access requirements but he held his fire will be given the opportunity to go after Mr trump on gun violence in his reaction to last week's mass shooting obviously he and I have an interesting relationship work he's called me a clown in it all I'll take a shot back but I want to maintain a relationship regardless but no in this case I'm not pulling back my rhetoric I'm just trying to sharpen aware that I think critique should go and it's not just the president it's Mitch damn McConnell Senate Majority Leader McConnell the governor calls a coward for not allowing a vote on gun legislation that most Americans for favor Doug sovereign KCBS the Chico city council has turned down a proposal by its police chief to impose a curfew in the event that PGA any turns off electricity for an extended period of time due to fire danger KCBS is Jeffrey Schaub reports chief Michael o'brien is worried about the potential for crime during a lengthy black out the police chief says of P. Jeannie word to turn off power city wide as a fire safety precaution it could invite crime perhaps people coming to the city from other areas keeping people that do not belong in particular areas where those populations are vulnerable that is what the purpose of the curfew to be it the overnight curfew would be similar to one imposed in Chico's neighboring city of paradise devastated in the camp fire and you hear about people even to this day that are up there looting and trying to take advantage of someone else's misfortune but he says he understands the city council's reservations about the proposal and will continue to work on a doable plan it would have to be something that would need to further refinement because you're talking about restricting civil liberties Jeffrey Schaub T. C. B. S. just ahead on key CBS is why cold one person could soon be appointed to lead the state's climate change policy climates are KCBS first for traffic this time out let's start in Morgan hill with him wonder like that's the residual back up trying to get into south San Jose that early morning fiery.

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"liberty jeffrey" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"liberty jeffrey" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Thank you Matt Chico's city council has said no to a police chief proposal to impose a curfew should PGD switch off electricity for an extended period of time KCBS Jeffrey Schaub reports Chico police chief Michael o'brien is concerned about the potential for crime should there be a link the black police chief says of P. G. in a word to turn off power city wide as a fire so the precaution it could invite crime perhaps people coming to the city from other areas keeping people that do not belong in particular areas where those populations are vulnerable that is what the purpose of the curfew to be it the overnight curfew would be similar to one imposed in Chico's neighboring city of paradise devastated in the camp fire and you hear about people even to this day that are up there looting and trying to take advantage of someone else's misfortune but he says he understands the city council's reservations about the proposal and will continue to work on a doable plan it would have to be something that would need to further refinement because you're talking about restricting civil liberties Jeffrey Schaub T. C. B. S. meanwhile we're learning that the fire that devastated the town of paradise has claimed it's eighty sixth victim the son of seventy two year old Paul Ernest has confirmed to the chronicle that his dad died of complications from burns that he suffered when he and his wife fled the camp fire in November of last year okay CBS news time seven thirteen and we check in with sports and still have the latest on baseball local and otherwise in a moment the satellite lounge presents and as a box of what a great dog let's dim the lights for this next one too much there it is gonna get things just right like progressive name your price tool tell us what you want to pay and we help you find coverage options and.

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"liberty jeffrey" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"liberty jeffrey" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Two the United launch alliance blasted into space it's one of the final satellites for the air force's new secure communications network any EHF assn P. futures up for this is CBS news CBS this morning join Tony Anthony Mason and kill this morning we it's five oh three of the bay area's news station KCBS we will be sunny but cooler today our warmest temperatures just in the low eighties good morning I'm Susan Lee Taylor good morning I met fiddler here's what's happening governor Newsome is not surprise that he's a presidential Twitter target again but he's choosing not to escalate his latest war of words with president trump the governor spoke exclusively with KCBS political reporter Doug sovereign about the president's lawsuit against California and the nature of their sometimes odd relationship president trump is suing California to block the bill governor Newsome signed requiring the release of tax returns to be on the twenty twenty primary ballot and the president unloaded on new some again with a tweet blasting the laws ridiculous and totally unconstitutional accusing knew some of harassment the governor tells KCBS he's fairly confident the measure is constitutional and trump to drop its lawsuit the president promised to release his tax returns this can be dealt with very easily he could do just that do what he said he was going to deal with requires the governor to do the same I'm happily looking forward leasing five years of tax terms because you have a right to know about any conflicts I may add as a business owner I think you have the same right to know the president I'd states is self dealing or monetizing his tenure as president Newsome admits the president could beat him in court you never know it depends which judge you get it hands on the mood of the moment often times more than it does the damn law or the constitution but Newsome declined to beat up president trump as he has often in the past saying he wants to maintain as cordial relationship as possible admitting they take shots at each other in public but do talk on the phone and have established a level of report on some issues Doug sovereign KCBS the Czecho city council has turned down a proposal by its police chief to impose a curfew in the event PGA any turns off electricity to the city for an extended period of time KCBS is Jeffrey Schaub reports that chief Michael o'brien says he worries about crime the police chief says of P. G. in a war to turn off power city wide as a fire safety precaution it could invite crime perhaps people coming to the city from other areas keeping people that do not belong in particular areas where those populations are vulnerable that is what the purpose of the curfew to be it the overnight curfew would be similar to one imposed in Chico's neighboring city of paradise devastated in the camp fire and you hear about people even to this day that are up there looting and trying to take advantage of someone else's misfortune but he says he understands the city council's reservations about the proposal and will continue to work on a doable plan it would have to be something that would need to further refinement because you're talking about restricting civil liberties Jeffrey Schaub T. C. B. S. there are growing calls to boycott a popular fitness empire activists are outraged after learning the billionaire owner of equal knocks and SoulCycle fitness jams is hosting for president trump a handful of protesters gathered at the SoulCycle at Castro and market streets in San Francisco to call for a boycott Michael patrollers does KPIX five they were upset to learn the owner of soul cycle billionaire real estate developer Stephan Ross is planning a fundraiser in the Hamptons tomorrow for president trump we want current members to cancel their membership if they can't cancel the membership then don't renew the membership another protester tells KPIX five when the owner is supporting.

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"liberty jeffrey" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"liberty jeffrey" Discussed on KCBS All News

"It's three oh five at the bay area's news station KCBS cooler weather today Basilio real pleasant afternoon with temps in the sixties seventies and a few low eighties today I'm John Evans good morning the Chico city council has turned down a proposal by its police chief to impose a curfew in the event the P. Jeannie were to turn off electricity for an extended period of time KCBS is Jeffrey shall reports chief Michael o'brien says he worries about crime the police chief says of P. G. in a word to turn off power city wide as a fire safety precaution it could invite crime perhaps people coming to the city from other areas keeping people that do not belong in particular areas where those populations are vulnerable that is what the purpose of the curfew to be it the overnight curfew would be similar to one imposed in Chico's neighboring city of paradise devastated in the camp fire and you hear about people even to this day that are up there looting and trying to take advantage of someone else's misfortune but he says he understands the city council's reservations about the proposal and will continue to work on a doable plan it would have to be something that would need to further refinement because you're talking about restricting civil liberties Jeffrey Schaub key CBS fire crews and air tankers stop the forward progression of a brush fire yesterday near the delta town of Oakley he's Contra Costa fire marshal Stevo bear says that the fire burned in open space near bars and other buildings evacuations were lifted by five PM on the lights were turned back on after a force power outage fifty eight acres burned in merry a thick with eucalyptus trees which are highly combustible a man is in custody in Livermore suspected of pulling the trigger in a deadly shooting in Livermore yesterday morning here's KCBS agip Taylor it happened in the pre dawn hours gunfire heard in the parking lot of the Walmart on loss procedures officers responding and they locate adult male who had several gunshot wounds to the upper torso the victim succumbed to his injuries wall on the scene the more police officer are Rocha says investigating officers were able to immediately determine a suspect John Inocencio tracked him down in elk Grove where he was taken into custody by police there Russia says the victim and the suspect knew each other the suspect and the victim are transients I reside here in the creek we believe that the homicide as a result of an earlier feud second homicide a month in Livermore a quiet rural community not known for violence Jim Taylor KCBS the small business administration is offering disaster assistance loans to people in California Arizona and Nevada affected by last month's earthquakes low interest loans will be made available for people whose homes and businesses were damaged in Kern and San Bernardino counties from the earthquakes on the fourth and fifth of July and the thousands of aftershocks authorities estimate the damage and one hundred million dollars coming up on KCBS I'm Doug sovereign talking with governor Newsome about his latest legal war with president trump he's called me a clown in it all I'll take a shot backs it's three away let's check on traffic.

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"liberty jeffrey" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"liberty jeffrey" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Less than twelve hours after a deadly shooting in Livermore a suspect was brought into custody details from KCBS is Jim Taylor he is suspected of gunning down an acquaintance in the early morning hours in a Walmart parking lot systems and technology and the neighboring police agency we were able to look at our suspect the more police officer art Rosi's see lets us in on the technology involved sent out a bolo if you will be on the lookout flyer to all police agencies in the state of California it just so happened that elk Grove police happen pick up on or below and when they're connected traffic enforcement stop on the vehicle they contacted our suspect suspect John Inocencio taken into custody without incident by elk Grove police it is the second murder in a month in Livermore no more for being a a quiet suburbia sometimes of perhaps it's just bad luck on our end Livermore's a safe city how it absolutely as Jim Taylor KCBS fire crews of extinguisher vegetation fire that prompted evacuations in unincorporated Oakley yesterday afternoon east Contra Costa fire marshal Steve Alberts says firefighters responded to the blaze near sellers Avenue and delta wrote shortly after noon he was burning in open space with Barnes and other buildings fifty six hundred customers in the area how other power shut off for a time in there were evacuations but everyone was allowed to return home before five PM the fire which burned an estimated fifty eight acres was a scary one because of the wind and the eucalyptus trees in the area there's also no municipal water system there so water had to be brought in with tankers to handle the fire well did she go city council has turned down a proposal by its police chief to impose a curfew in the event that P. Jeannie turns off electricity to the city for an extended period of time KCBS is Jeffrey Schaub reports chief Michael o'brien says he worries about crime the police chief says of P. Jeannie word to turn off power city wide as a fire safety precaution it could invite crime perhaps people coming to the city from other areas keeping people that do not belong in particular areas where those populations are vulnerable that is what the purpose of the curfew to be it the overnight curfew would be similar to one imposed in Chico's neighboring city of paradise devastated in the camp fire and you hear about people even to this day that are up there looting and trying to take advantage of someone else's misfortune but he says he understands the city council's reservations about the proposal and will continue to work on a doable plan it would have to be something that would need to further refinement because you're talking about restricting civil liberties Jeffrey Schaub T. C. B. S. O. four people are dead and two others are injured after police say a man executed a string of robberies and stabbings in Orange County police of only identified the suspect as a thirty three year old Hispanic man with a criminal history his name is not yet been released the case began this afternoon with a couple who returned home to their apartment to tell and notified police that it had been burglarized as officers responded to that call they learn the suspect to rob a bakery in the area following the robbery of the Baker the suspect returned back to the apartment complex and two people were murdered KCBS TV reporter Stacy Butler as more on what happened next just over thirty minutes later at five forty there was a robbery it was a check cashing business nobody was hurt there at six oh five police say the same suspect robbed in insurance business on harbor in garden Grove Boulevard he stabbed one woman say police who survived four minutes later at six oh nine at a chevron and harbor Boulevard in banner police say the suspect stabbed a man with a knife as big as a machete he survived seven right here in Washington right through his nose police caught up with the man after he stabbed a security guard at a seven eleven in Santa Ana and he was arrested the security guard was one of the four who died in the attacks well Santa Rosa man has been sentenced to life in prison for the domestic violence murder of his girlfriend in twenty seventeen the cinema county district attorney's office says forty year old Neri Estrada Margo's pleaded no guilt he did no contest in June to first degree murder assault with a deadly weapon and domestic assault Veronica Ramirez who was forty two police say back in July of twenty seventeen the start of Margot struck Cabrera on the head with a dumbbell as she was getting ready for work prosecutors say he drove her card is a as a police station reported the incident and told police that he had assaulted her because he believes she was cheating on him police went to cover as residents on Russell Avenue where they found her dead coming up on KCBS I'm Doug sovereign in San Francisco where the feds announce a major tenderloin drug crackdown and neighborhood leaders couldn't be happier it's almost literally Americal.

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