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"linski" Discussed on Now Try This
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Andrew Cuomo Wishes He Were Ron DeSantis
"What. I think that liberty and to understand is that we are in dire rim circumstances right. Now we're at a crossroads where we don't do anything and it will be the worst of the worst are. We actually had a placed in preventive measures. There you go. That's the smear go after rhonda santa's because this guy is a fighter. This guy has he studies data. He made the decision not to order. Cova nineteen patients into nursing homes saving thousands of lives. Cuomo didn't get the memo that that's a good idea. Cuomo do the opposite and for rhonda santa's to say you know apparent gets to choose if you wanna put your kindergartner in a mask. That's your decision as a parent. We're not gonna let rachelle will linski tell you to do that.
The CDC Is a Totally Laughable Institution
"The cdc has morphed into a totally laughable institution unable to provide any kind of clarity on how to end this pandemic. The instructions were getting from people like tony. Foul chee and rachelle. Walinsky are riddled with contradictions. They're making it up as they go. You know it. I know it. They know it now. The vaccinated who were previously told would not have to mask up are going to be punished. Because of the unvaccinated biden calls the unvaccinated stupid. Literally were shell linski. Who previously the director of the cdc who previously said that if you get vaccinated you don't have to wear mask indoors or outdoors. Now they're saying well since there are unvaccinated people. And i think what they're trying to say is since they are at risk of getting sick and hospitalized and dying the vaccinated have to help them from themselves the vaccinated after protect the unvaccinated. And i'm i'm scratching my head thinking whoa if you choose to be unvaccinated were willing to roll the dice which incidentally happens to be an american virtue. We're all rolling the dice. We're all gonna hope we don't get cancer or get hit by a bus. We're a get a virus or get a wind up on a ventilator. We're all rolling the dice. I'm role in the dyes. That the vaccine. That i took back in march doesn't create any problems for me down the road. Maybe you're rolling the dice that not getting vaccinated won't let won't wind up in the hospital role rolling the dice but it seems to me that if you're gonna roll the dice and if you could get sick and die by being unvaccinated that's on you. That's your choice. It's your body. It's your
"linski" Discussed on Regenerative Agriculture Podcast
"The thing becomes chaotic and the number of drops you can drop into that dish and these patterns are not disturbed. Tell you about this. Inner order in that liquid test so put linski says you can't do these measurements if you have. A transition from one zodiac sign. The moon ones. We excited to the other. If that happens why'd you do go measurement you can throw it out of the will not work what i think is that somehow there is a connection between these luna rhythms and waters obstruction. So if you have a look there is a nice little review of may one whole about what superstructures and what i expect one day to be found is let zodiac rhythms. Will preferentially give rise to one.
MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow Questions CDC's Walensky About Decision to Lift Mask Restrictions
"Rachel maddow asking cdc director. Dr will linski. How sure are you play. Clip how are you because this feels like a really big change. We're sure there's an extraordinary amount of evidence now that demonstrates the vaccines are working in the real world on these vaccines are working. The way they worked in the clinical trials importantly there's also new data. I'm just even in the last two weeks demonstrates these vaccines are working in In against the variants that we have circulating here in the united states. All so motto. Skeptical are you sure. You sure sure you'd hundred percent picky. Promise sure well this basically broke. Rachel maddow out and one of the more humorous segments that you'll ever see on the news and i assure sure you guys weren't watching it so we got the clip here just in case. You're curious play clip. Eighty of rachel maddow. Saying i'm i'm going to have to rewire my mind here. Just for this just to get used to the new normal here play club. Eighty part of that is that i feel like i'm going to have to rewire myself. So that when. I see somebody out in the world who not wearing a mask. I don't instantly think you are a threat or you are selfish. Are you worry. Cova denier and you definitely haven't been vaccinated. I mean we're going to have to rewire the way that we look at each other with these with this changing guidance. We're going to now have changing norms and we got to give each other space to have feelings about that as we go through. What's going to be a big change. That's going to create a lot of visceral a lot of visceral reaction in a lot of us just in our day to day lives. Big day big change.
CDC director warns of a coming spike in Covid-19 case counts
"Biden and cdc director rochelle will inskeep. Were both pleading with americans yesterday not to let their guard down against covert while the vaccines are taking place. Director will linski used the phrase impending doom about where she sees the covert case numbers trending. They're on the rise. Even though vaccinations are happening so of course because she used the phrase impending doom. That's what the media ran with for all of their headlines even though that's like that's not the point the real gist of her statement that we're close to the end but restrictions are probably easing up too quickly and we're letting our guard down. We sort of feel like it's the end so or not seeing it through. So there's this increase. In cases she got emotional saying it. Because it's actually personal for her. She was treating covert patients before she became. Cdc director so she was drawing on her time treating patients who ended up just dying alone because they had cove and their family couldn't be with them another layer to this. Is that the more. The virus spreads the more chances it has to replicate environs are terrible at replicating themselves so they make mistakes in their dna. which is what leads to the variants. So essentially the more time it has to spread the more time it replicates in the ultimate fear is that it replicates to a point where vaccines don't protect us now. I don't know. I'm not ready to go that far just yet because psychologically people are just gonna get burnt out of hearing. We're all gonna die from some new cova development every single week like our brains can only handle and be nervous and anxious about so many things that eventually. It's just gonna burn out. Also vaccines are robust. They're strong and they protect so much better than a normal immune response they are one of those super vaccines so far and they have protected us against every variant to this point that said we have been close to that escape variant. I think is what they call it where it evades Debates are vaccines. We got close to that with a south africa variant. Because it's not really clear how well that's working with astrazeneca and now the one in brazil is apparently pretty troubling. So we're sort of playing with fire here and the longer we take people vaccines the more dangerous it becomes for all of us and that means worldwide. Not just us. We have to be concerned about places like brazil. We don't have enough vaccines which has got let the virus persist and as we've really seen this year we truly are all in this
CDC director warns of possible Covid surge as U.S. cases increase by 7%
"Will inskeep says one thousand nine cases are starting to climb again and the nation could face another surge of people. Let down their guard. Npr's richard harris has more at a white house briefing. Well linski said that. The average daily case count of covid nineteen has recently increased about seven percent and hospital. Admissions are also starting to climb slightly about a thousand people a day continue to die. She said she's deeply concerned about this trajectory and we know from prior surges. That if we don't control things now. There is a real potential for the epidemic curve. Just sore again. She acknowledged that many americans are weary of the epidemic but she said that it is still important to take precautions. Such as wearing masks a bit longer until a large share of the public is vaccinated. Richard harris
CDC Director Rochelle Walensky Warns of 'Avoidable Surge' in Covid Cases
"Team has just issued. Its latest assessment of the covid nineteen outbreak in the united states. The number of deaths slightly down but new cases have ticked up. Dr rochelle will end ski head of the c. d. c. again warned that now is not the time to stop using masks and social distancing. We are critical point in this pandemic of fork in the road where we as a country must decide which path we are going to take. We must act now. And i am worried that if we don't take the right actions now we will have another avoidable surge just as we are seeing in europe right now and just as we are so aggressively scaling back. Saination linski says.
Here's what the CDC says fully vaccinated people can do
"Safai here with npr health correspondent. Alison aubrey hale. Said they agreed to be here mattie. So you're here because there was a press briefing by the white house. Covid nineteen response team on monday with some long awaited guidance. A morning. and thank you. I'm glad to be back with you today. Let's get started that. Cdc director rochelle walinsky and she said after weeks of steady decline new coronavirus cases. There's been a leveling of that decline the country's averaging about sixty thousand new cases a day. Yeah i mean it's not great caseload wise. We are pretty much where we were right. Before the winter surge and the most recent seven day average deaths is slightly lower than two thousand deaths per day. So that's pretty troubling but we'll landscape also said she was hopeful and she pointed to the approximately thirty one million people. That's about twelve percent of us adults who are fully vaccinated and is more americans vaccinated a growing body of evidence. Now tells us that there are some activities that fully vaccinated people can resume at low risk to themselves and mattie she went on to detail new cdc guidelines about what activities are considered safe for fully vaccinated people. Because everyone wants to get back to something. That looks kind of like normal or normal ish. I mean this is the news. People have been waiting for right. Vaccinated people can have a little more freedom to socialize but before we get ahead of ourselves. Alison let's make sure everyone knows what we mean. When we say believe excavated shirt so a person is considered fully vaccinated two weeks after getting the second dose of either the pfizer or a modern of vaccines because those required two shots or two weeks. After the single dose of the johnson and johnson vaccine because for that one. You only need that. Single dose to be fully vaccinated. That's right now. These new guidelines are not the final word. There's sort of a baby step towards a return to normal doctor will linski made clear during the briefing. The science of covid nineteen is complex and our understanding of the virus continues to rapidly evolve. The recommendations is today are just a first step so as more people get vaccinated the understanding will grow about what activities are safe to do and this guidance will be updated so today on the show we talk about the cdc's first set of public health recommendations for fully vaccinated people and why it's still important for all of us to remain vigilant. This shortwave the daily science podcast from npr ellison. I am very glad to have you here today. And we are going to go into the caveats and the guidance and we're going the sectors you know. I have to say this does feel like kind of a moment to celebrate that we are getting you know a little bit of freedom back The cdc guidance is relaxing about what vaccinated people can do So i just wanna start off being like this is pretty awesome You know what i mean. Yeah i agree. There's a sense of optimism. we all feel it. We look at these vaccination numbers taking up and thank you know. The new normal is right around the corner. But i just have to say hang on folks like there are still sixty thousand cases. The date musto dolts haven't been vaccinated yet. So there's a lot of vulnerable people out there and the pandemic is not yet in the rear view mirror. Absolutely absolutely so. Let's get into it. What does the new guidance say that fully vaccinated people can do the agency says that fully vaccinated people can gather indoors with other fully vaccinated people without wearing masks and without social distancing they can also gather unmasked with people from another household who are not vaccinated if everybody. There is at low risk of serious illness. So it's really a green light for scenarios of like grandparents who want to gather with their children or their grandchildren right. I mean this guidance gives the example fully vaccinated grandparents can visit indoors with their unvaccinated healthy family members. And that's without wearing masks. Or physical distancing provided of course that none of the unvaccinated family members are at high risk of severe covid nineteen. So let's break that down for a second alison sure who is considered high risk for severe covid. And who's considered low risk people. At high risk include older adults remember the vast majority of data people seventy five and older another high risk group pregnant individuals and people certain medical conditions those at lower risk include kids and healthy adults people who've had minimal exposure to other people bottomline risk goes up with age and the guidance from this week also says that the should be confined to one household. Right yeah right. They're very specific about this. And they give some scenarios The dividing line in your mind sort of be private spaces where you control. Who's around your home and public spaces. So at home if you are fully vaccinated and your friend or member fully vaccinated green light here to gather do at unmasked with knows distancing required alleluia. another scenario. my parents are vaccinated. Now they can come to my house even though we are not fully vaccinated and my ten year. Old daughter is too young to be vaccinated. We are considered low so vaccinated people can go visit unvaccinated people as long as everyone. There is considered low risk. Okay so that's all the good stuff. Let's talk about areas to be kind of cautious around sure. This is where there are some caution flags vaccinated people visiting unvaccinated people from people households at the same time. This is where the risks starts to sort of add up or accumulate so in this kind of situation. Everyone should wear a mask and visit outdoors of possible. Or if you are indoors make sure it's a well ventilated space and maintain physical distance when it comes to medium or large gatherings say baseball game a wedding. It's recommended that everyone including fully vaccinated people continue to avoid them. Yeah i mean. Let's talk about why we still need some of these precautions. Sure i mean officials say there's a growing body of evidence to show that people who are fully vaccinated are less likely to become infected and also potentially less likely to spread the virus to others. They use that word potential because the risk appears to be quite low but this is not completely nailed down yet. So as science evolves there will likely be more updated guidance and the guidance even talked about how in rare cases vaccinated people could get sick could have symptoms. Yeah i mean the risk is low but it's not zero mean the clinical trial showed. The vaccines are very very effective. They're not a hundred percent effective. And so the cdc says if fully vaccinated person has symptoms they should isolate and talk to a doctor and possibly get a test but they also say if fully vaccinated person has a known exposure. Say go to work and they later find out that a close contact was infected. They do not need to quarantine or get tested because they're infection risk is low though they should sort of monitor themselves for symptoms right so if a person who's vaccinated feeling sick they should isolate and talk to a doctor but if they get exposed to somebody who said that doesn't necessarily mean they need to you know go into quarantine. They just need to kind of monitor themselves. That's right
Thinking Like A Business
"I wanted to talk about something that i feel like has been rattling around my brain for a while recently. And it's this observation. I've been having about my own experience. Where i time and time again. I find myself really wrestling or struggling with a choice. I need to make in my business and Ultimately when i kinda come out of it and m settled on solution i can look back and i can. I get this feeling that a lot of why it was such a difficult choice or why it was such a difficult decision is coming from in some ways continuing to treat business even though it's like twelve years old at this point Like it's a hobby project. I'm doing that largely because that's how it started like it started as a side project. It started as something that i did on the side of my my my other work and i think that in some ways instilled a lot of bad habits or a lot of tricky sort of like mental gymnastics that i continue to go through now around. How treat the business around. How i make decisions or how i make choices and it's a dangerous thing i think and i think it's held me back from a lot of choices over the years that i can sort of point to where i feel like in some ways it's like. Oh this is like the indy way and unlike doing it the indie way. And it's like we can kind of you know. Serve tap into sort of to each other on the back. And be like yeah. we're indies. Were different but then sometimes that difference is actually just where like like making poor choices and make them sound like they're they're cool and this was crystallized with the slice that has been bounced bouncing around in my brain for a while recently i feel like it crystallized in a weird way for me with a comment that job linski one of the hosts of the release notes podcast which is also excellent if you like under the radio at least notes at recommended. Joe is saying something that i think just like. He is slightly slightly pokey way that he's he's known for. He's talking about the serve the privacy badges and There was sort of the in some ways. People who kind of feel like have been in our community been viewing the sort of like i collect no data as a badge of honor that they wanna go into their privacy and they wanna be able to say like no data collected. Look at me aren't awesome. And he just loved it he said is not collected is probably means that you're not running a real business. It's not a badge of honor. It's a signal that this is a side project and the harsh deliver us. But i think what he was saying. It's like it spoke to me and like whatever for me personally. When i read this is like i wonder i'm treating my projects as side projects because so often that is the kind of the view that i have and like. Oh man i wish i could serve. Check the data collected box. And it's like why. I say probably because in some ways kind of you. What i'm doing is a slide project. Even though it's my main business what i've been doing for twelve years but just because in some ways it's just me doing it. I think i often just treat it. Like it's a side project that i'm just like pretending or i'm just like this is. I'm not treating this like it's an actual a business making real business choices. I think there's there's an important line to draw. Between being able to analyze decisions like business would analyze them. And you know how to how to teach yourself to do that when you start indie or or you come from a non business background or you come from modest background like which is true for you know definitely us And and you know we find ourselves running businesses basically but you know you have to kind of train yourself to think like a business with certain decisions and so that's one side of it. But i think it's important to distinguish between that and the the kind of you know less clearly good side or actively bad side of like excusing bad behavior with the thinking like well. It's just business. You know like i. I think those are two separate things. And it's important to draw that
John Krasinski Hosted SNL
"Favorite john krasinski your host of snl over the weekend and you know junkers linski from the office. And they did a skit based off of the fact that john wrote words to the theme song of the office. Because if you know the office doesn't have any words to it and these were the words that were cut out of the show scranton scranton scranton's sprinted scranton scranton's way air we work that's calculator airs. Heroes name hamlin. Pete davidson kissing. That was one of the heart of snl. That's all and by the way at the end. It was so funny. So pete davidson Was with a machine gun. Kelly's machine gun. Kelly actually jumped on pete davidson and the both fell off the stage right at the end of the show. I was like wait a minute. We were kept rewinding mapping
Evangelical author encourages Christians to care for the Earth
"Evangelical Christians are reluctant to take climate action and even cite scripture to support a hands off approach. Revelation says that we're GONNA get a new heaven and new earth Sunday, and so some take that to mean that this one doesn't matter. That's evangelical author Lindsey Linski. She offers a different perspective in her book. Keep it good understanding creation care through parables. There's a lot of scriptures including some twenty four that says it's not our creation it's got the owner and CEO, and we are the managers are caretakers. Give Her book Lutsky Uses parables to encourage readers to think about the scripture more deeply I borrowed from Jesus's teaching style. Kind of stories allow us to step into kind of a mental flight simulator. They help us see things from another perspective. One parable, his personal at seventeen lost in thought while driving Linski struck and killed the neighbors Basset Hound. She'd give them such love and joy and companionship, and then, and then she was just gone and you know because of carelessness honestly, I believe that's how God sees his creatures NBC's extinction. So she encourages Christians to take care of the earth. If we're serious about our face than we need to be serious about taking care of his creation
Size with Jayde Adams an``d Stephanie Yeboah
"But last night I played a new game I'd never played for called Word Slim. And the idea was you'd get a cont. That would have a clue on like hot air balloon and in under a minute you have to clue your partner. You can only use words on cards in your deck. So if it was hot air balloon, for example, you could do what I did and use the word transport old fashioned. Sky. and. They're sort of obviously shouting things out and trying to guess, and if you're playing with Thomas Alinsky, he won't know what that means. All you can do what the opposing team did and just use the word up. And with that one word, they would know that the answer was hot air ballooning. Even, though that team was not married. And hadn't spent every waking hour of lockdown together. So should be more a little bit more telepathic but what are you gonNa do I can't think what other things old-fashioned transport in the sky but anyway, it doesn't matter. Lots of rounds forced us into rather binary way of describing things like, for example, when Thomson Linski queued janitor as man job inside building and I said, afterwards could be a woman Jonathan could be woman but this kept happening in a sort of kept talking to everybody and I wanted everyone to feel comfortable and eventually I said. Ask speed I'd had two vodkas accidentally accidentally said look we're. We don't have time for feminists. Though was that time of went very fast and sometimes you do sink of among agenda. So I do think I am not open to discussing the words I use to describe gala. But one of those hot and I won that round so. I'm a feminist, but I make jokes about my weight sometimes on TV and other women don't like it and they send me lots of DM's about this constantly. But I like to joke about my weight because I find it. Funny. For example, one of the jokes they didn't like was something I said about an elevator I got into an elevator in debonair and it said this lift is overcapacity and I was the only one in it. which made half of the audience laugh. But the other half were worried about my sanity when I did that and just to let you know I just think it's very funny when I don't fit and stuff and I know that's not very feminist of me. But it's funny. I'm a feminist Bart recently among told me that he had a best friend they just so intellectually paired you know they have such brilliant deep conversations and they also have this great are and. They nearly kissed one spot. He pulled back from it because he said, don't lose the friendship but then she said look I really have feelings for you and I really fancy you and you obviously fancy me and this could be perfect and he went I thought. No, I think I'd rather have the friendship. And I just felt for her so much that I said, what happened to men. There was a time when men would be like, yes please sex what has happened to that I mean obviously, that's not what I said to him. That's not right but I, hear the story so much now that Frisco, he's perfect for me I'm perfect for him. He's just like I can take a leave it and I was like, but surely you should try it because in the words of Adel, you could have had it all and With the REGGAE beat and I. Felt. Like if this was a woman, say my best friend is in love with me and I'm not love with him and so I I absolutely boundaries distance because it was a man I was just like I feel sad for her and I think this is going to end in some kinds of wrong combine to the airport. I do feel a bit bad about it but no spot is I should. I'm a feminist, but my boyfriend gets a little of DMZ from women who pretend to be my fans telling in a great I am. And instead of saying things to them, I followed them. and become their best friend. Because they felt anything I just believe. That any person who messages someone after midnight. Oh I mean even slightly before that. I mean. That's all ten pm. Ten there was. A former cups of it's ten. Oh. One is that I feel that's on the ballot. Top Ten you can do as well, but reaching eleven to twelve and onwards. then. And he never easel was just being friendly. An idiot. And I only know this because I too was in my twenties and I'm because of him. He should feel very flattered since I've been with him and in the relationship I've become a better feminist because terrible behavior me telling them what to do.
"linski" Discussed on Unstructured Interviews
"Am actually reading paper looking at at taxed, so yeah I think it depends on. Your brain is white, right? Now! I've got A. Crazy reach back, but. Rules for radicals and saw Linski. What are your thoughts on that? Well, you know we live in a country where freedom is a is a poisonous dangerous thing, if if it's taken too far, and if it's not taken too far, it's also a poisonous dangerous so I I say often that I think. We're headed somewhere bad because people are focused on south and know having been low -tary guy. Of things I I think you should be allowed to think that way, but if that's all you think of is, your opinion matters more than everybody else's. Then you get into a bond and I think the the hard left in. The moving in that direction is inevitable as people. Get, more crowded as people get closer together and let's hope that it goes much better than. Than the experiments in the past. But radicalizing people anytime that you are going out to turn over the apple cart and have a small minority go. Drive for the majority I think. That's my opinion and just as a final thing because we are in a middle of a pandemic right now. What are your? Thoughts on the. Current situation, and how would you recommend interacting as possible? To Comfort people or to. Make them. Feel better because we're not able to interact with each other normally right? Somebody asked me today I had a call. Tell me. Something about doing body language owns soon while nothing is going to be normal. You're not going to read normal, but as a person is not. Being in front of a camera, or if they are, they know to keep their hands down to those kinds of things I think the biggest thing is to remember your human being in. You need other people. Unless something's broken in you and your broken toy. You need other people in some capacity, and those other people need that same kind of companionship. I will tell you that sometimes the right answer even in a bad situation. Is Not what comes to your first month, so take a second. Take a beat think about what you're saying to the person because all of us are in different places more than one person I know has lost someone very close to them as part of this. I'm not a big fan of lockdowns and you know I'm I'm I'm a big fan of individual freedom as you heard me, say and I'm fearful of what this could lead to. Because government doesn't like to give power back is just nature of government. But I would like to hope that people in power as well as average people learn one thing from this in that's life is temporary..
All About Blacksmiths
"Our first expert is Philly. Barret goes enthused yourself toby. Toby my name is Billie Barrett. I am a blacksmith. Thank you. Let's meet our second expert. Linski Chris. He's introducing yourself to toby toby. I'm Chris Ski and I am an artisan and a welder. And I am a reenactor of a female blacksmith at Colonial Williamsburg tells about those hot and Molten. Sounds Lisa. Oh did you hear them? I did I think everybody else heard them to painting. Topsy time. That is correct. That is when we put our experts on the hot seat while they answer toby's questions. Lisa should we put on the hot? I totally buried because his initials are be just like the initials of my nickname nickname batboys. Okay Yeah I'm a math for sure. I don't WanNa mess with me fat boy okay. So Toby we're starting with billy. What is your first question for? Billy Billy would you rather get a heavier envel- or a hotter forge I would rather get a heavier and bill? Why is that? I just like heavy things. You're GONNA love your parting. Gift today. I don't think we have mice. Okay Chris and Billy what have you made the most of I'll answer I 'cause I work at colonial Williamsburg work at a historic forge. So we mostly do shoes. Oh that's cool. Do you do like high heels only for the fancy horses? How about you belly? I mostly make A little bit of everything with a specialization. In knives you make knives like knives that you cut food with everything from cutting food to serviceable tools. That you use every day very cool. Do you name any of them. Like Mac or sure to name a lot of them really. Yeah who and. What's the name of your favorite favorite favorite Tomahawk? I call stabby stabby. Okay Toby Billy What would be your second? Most favorite thing to do is make besides knives One of the things. I'd really like to do before I move on from this. Life is make a a really nice replica of an old style. Lock which is one of your skills as a Smith that you really want to try to. Master cool is homes for both of you. How old were you when you gone? Interest IN BLACK SNIFFING. Yes I'd like to know. I'd like to know how one decides that. They want to be a blacksmith. At what age does that happen? You just wake up one day and say hey I wanNA. A blacksmith. House is on fire. Let's make knives. How does that work? I studied had a minor in art in in university And so I started with glassblowing actually and then I started working at colonial Williamsburg and I saw some of the cool. Things that the blacksmiths were making in. That's the way I kind of got into it. How about you billy? Ironically when I was about twelve years old my parents took colonial Williamsburg. Is that true? Absolutely and It was a rainy day and I was begging my dad. Let me stay and watch the Blacksmith and the gentlemen still alive today and left me there for two hours and that clinched a deal for me. That was it as Peter. Ross it was Peter. Ross yes it was who is being arise. I guess he's a black one of the most well respected smithson. The World Master Blacksmith at the Anderson Forge words. Okay so Chris what what I see if I went to colonial Williamsburg. Mcdonald's like what would you see if you saw her there? Ya Okay and do you do any acting? Over's voice overs So we all portray real people that you know really lived in Eighteenth Century Colony of Williamsburg Virginia and there was a real forged called the Anderson Blacksmith Forge. And I play someone named Loretta. Frye who real person. And she was a female blacksmith. During that time we reenact what you would do or what I would she would do. I would do in the the daily routine of that person. In the eighteenth century I be dressed in eighteenth century clothing specifically what she would wear while she was working as a blacksmith. Clocking fear are going to be burned. Probably not a good idea. Kristiyo like my name is way. All your guy's name again. The Red Fra Loretta. Our blacksmith just like that old timers. Yeah pretty much. Do the voice better killing you. Just Hi I'M LORETTA. Fry and I. You know my a Blacksmith Year. They Anderson four bit of a southern accent. Yeah I hear that good okay. So for billy what are the steps to forging something that would depend on what you're making you it's It's all for your favorite thing knives for knife. It would be for me to determine what type of knife us what type of material I'm going to use. And then if I'm not sure about how I'M GONNA FORGE IT. I would forge it on clay. I deceive it's GonNa come out like I wanted to and then I just go from there. Say I'm just going to make a simple Chef's knife the first thing I'm GonNa do is forged my tip out dumber. Draw the blade out to the length that I want I'm GONNA taper down taper my blade down figure out how went to look and then just finish up so when you say you forge. Something does that mean. You put like a chunk of metal on the end of a big stick and put it over. Fire depends on the methods that you're used to work in many people do many different things. But yes you heat a piece of metal to well over a thousand degrees and then you use your hammered to shape it into the shape that you would like you ever makes more than there. Didn't they tasted terrible. I bet they had a lot of iron metal. This Chris how have used your angle personal best. Is You know. I'm not sure I've never. I've never waited but it's pretty heavy right. Do they come in many different weights and different sizes? Okay so is for both of you Is it true? That all blacksmiths are really bulky. Big Burly Guy. Sure okay. No I don't I don't think so at all. I do need a certain level of strength To use the tools. But there's a lot of intricacies to two blacksmith thing And sometimes a less bulky person could do that better I see. What do you think about that billy? I think it's Agreeable and sometimes you do have to have a delicate touch and it's one of the hardest things ever taken me to learn is that you don't always have to bash stuff small. Yeah that too but you only do that once. You've passed your fingers before. Oh No I don't WANNA know la La la La but does that sound like something. You'd like to try one day toby. What try doing some blacksmith out to? Your House is safe as long as it's safe. Yeah thing like one of you. I could like higher museum or something. You're looking for anyone. Whichever one of US want to be an Apprentice Liar.
Studio 360 Extra: Aural History: How Studio 360 Got Started
"Invited the rock the World Wrestling Federation champion to speak at the Republican National Convention. Pupil sock it to me. I became an official painter. I don't express political desires in my novels. I just tell story. Hello I'm Chris Anderson and this is studio three six. That's how studio three sixty began. Its first episode on November. Four two thousand just before we elected George W Bush and we all learned what a hanging Chad was my special guest today in Studio. Three sixty is the artist. Barbara Kruger. Who will talk with us about politics and power in movies and music and even in her own art? I make art about the collision of my days and nights with the culture that has constructed and contains me all that and more coming up in studio three sixty from WNYC and PRI public radio international originally produced out of WNYC. Here in New York. The show is all about the cool but complicated and sometimes strange ways that art touches our lives two decades later. That mission hasn't changed. Even if the people making the show have come and gone I'm Jocelyn Gonzalez executive producer of studio three sixty but I was still wet behind the ears associate producer when the show debuted two decades ago. I was away from the show for about ten years before returning to the staff in two thousand seventeen so as the show draws to a close sadly after twenty years I turned to some of my friends from the formative years of studio three sixty for their impressions. Could we create these beautiful stories that represent all sorts of interesting things that are going on in the country in terms of arts and then have Kurt sit with some of that? He was comfortable with and talk about them. That's Julie Bursting who was executive producer of studio three sixty when the show launched and who wrote the studio three sixty book called spark in two thousand eleven and this is Carrie Hillman who was our first senior producer and is now the executive producer at story car. At the time there had been a lot of magazines shows and it was a way for us to sort of do something different and fresh and it was like a a really creative solution to like a lot of really boring magazine. Formatted programming so I was like really game to try to figure it out. We also had two assistant producers. I'm Michelle Seagull. I started at studio three sixty as a assistant producer. In September of two thousand. I stayed through twenty thirteen as a pretty Sir and I'm now the managing producer of Sleet Studios I'm Tall Milad and I started at St Three Sixty as an intern in the year. Two Thousand and I was there until two thousand fifteen When I left I was senior producer of the show for about ten years before that and I now work at Pushkin Industries Heading up development also on staff during the early days of the show was producer and technical director. Steve Nelson Steve's now a programming executive at NPR Johnson. Do you remember what the working title was when we got there? Oh yeah hot ticket right which is first of all a terrible name and doesn't get to any of the big ideas that studio three sixty does as a name but secondly this is sort of in the relatively this was during the post dotcom boom and someone typed in hot ticket dot com into a website and it was an adult site for general audiences for sure. That was the end of hot ticket as a name every week. Studio three sixty we explore. One big idea in-depth. Today we look at the intersections of art and medicine. The idea of studio three sixty or an art show for public radio had been kind of kicking around for a long time. People were on the ground producing pieces. Trying to sort of see what would stick Eventually they brought Julie Burstein and she had this idea of like putting on pieces that sort of built on one another in having an artist or somebody else react to each piece. We started calling it a through line which was just an idea that we would carry through the show and I think the idea of having a theme came from we have to have some structure in order inside it to be able to play. The idea was that Kurt would open the show with a monologue is always delightful to look back and see that exotic bits of civilization. John Ashcroft was a senator his most celebrated crusade a failed crusade for some years. Now one of my hobby horses has been the blurring lines between news politics crime or and entertainment and then he would have a person in the studio with him and then we would present pre recorded pieces to play for this person. I try in my work to speak to the human in US and That human end to bear kind of witness and in enabled react to it. That's really fascinating That makes me think of this. Yes we looked a lot at the degeneration of people's memories and one of the pieces of research we discovered is precisely why I found listening to that piece so fascinating so it would give us an opportunity. Say something that took them off of their typical talking points that gave us an insight into the way they think their personality It also added some depth. I think to the the pieces themselves because you can't do everything in five minutes and so maybe you have to like leave something on the cutting room floor but you can resurrect it a little bit with with the like well-placed Kirk question so I thought it was really cool. I loved gathering stories from really disparate places and putting them next to each other and then talking about them. It was just so much fun. Do you remember a point when you realize it was working? I have to say. I think that first Shakespeare show because it was a whole show bringing Shakespeare up-to-date but we had Neil Gaiman Willie's just grumbling about the fact that he's a crappy writer and the San man the eponymous Lord of the rings who happens to be in this up goes over to will and offices deal are you will shakespeare. I have we met. We have but men forget in waking hours. And you and Steve or maybe it was Steve. That incredible intro He started it with Scharzenegger's hang on not to be not to be tied in the phase of man when in disgrace with fortune and men's on have we hear. Hello I'm curt Anderson and Mrs Studio Three six. It was so hilarious and it was just. It was like okay. We got it this works. I'm Peter Clowney and I was studio three six I Adler and these days I live in Saint Paul and I'm vp of content strategy for stitcher. It's a struggle sometimes to do a show. That has a theme I approach. That idea would caution now if someone wants to do a show that theme like to say like remember. It's got multiple pieces in it. You're going to have the fifth favourite piece about Gardens in this episode. But it's true that like building on the ideas across an hour is like really meaningful. My name is Eric Linski. I started as an intern. In two thousand four became assistant producer and then decided to become a contributing reporter of which I was to studio three sixty through the beginning of two thousand sixteen and I am now the host and creator of the podcast imaginary worlds. Yeah I remember this one episode where they had Madeleine Albright the through line theme was democracy and so she's sitting in the studio with Kurt and then one of the pieces was about American idol. Which was the hottest thing back? Then and they were talking about how people were taking American idol democracy far more seriously than actual presidential elections. Have you ever had a chance to see American idol? Well I actually have and I've been pretty depressed As I am by television generally these days which seems to be going to the lowest common denominator and I. I don't like the word Elitism as we kind of lost me on this last segment of him and it was really funny here. Man Albright come out of that piece. And what do you think of that? She was not too thrilled with the peace to quality that piece but what she was hearing in the piece. I'm Derek John. I was a producer and editor on the show from about two thousand four to two thousand twelve ish and since then I've done a whole bunch of work in the podcast world but I am now currently an executive producer of the how to with Charles Duhig podcasts. At slate when the theme through line shows worked man they were amazing. I mean it was like we had set this high bar and they were so hard to pull up when they clicked and everything fit together. It was truly fantastic radio and it was hard I would say we had some shows that weren't successful and that's actually what led to having to change one. Really terrible through line. Thematic show was fish the fish just literal fish in the sea. Animals really jumped the shark on that one
Pence to focus on US Iran policy in speech
"The increasingly intriguing question of what did the vice president know. And when did he we know it. Yes the vice president. In the midst of this very high stakes increasingly scary escalation between N- The US government and the nation of Iran were millions of people filled the streets today for the funeral of Qassem Soleimani was essentially seen as the second ranking official in that country. Second most powerful position in that country at least Soleimani was killed in the US air strike last week today. The trump administration announced. What's that they will soon have a public explanation for? What exactly they're doing? And what exactly they're thinking when it comes to Iran but the whole idea. is in terms of explaining their actions and their strategy toward Iran in the wake of this targeted killing now. This explanation from the trump administration as to what their strategy is for Iran. This explanation from the administration is not gonNA come for another week or so and it will not be president trump who gives the country this explanation the critical matter of the utmost and deadliest urgency. They'RE GONNA put off this explanation about what's going on between the US and Iran until next week and it's going to be vice president Mike Pence who gives the speech that is supposed to lay out. US policy toward Iran. And what exactly is going on. And what the strategic not gic thinking was behind this killing of this incredibly revered figure inside Iran why they think the country should wait a a week to get that explanation why it should be vice president. Mike Pence who gives that explanation to US rather than the president himself that remains to be seen. But if the the idea is that there might be less impeachment baggage trailing around after Vice President Mike Pence than there is after president trump and therefore maybe vice president pence might have of a sort of cleaner shot at this issue in the public's mind well maybe that's not true. The question of Vice President Mike Pence is Owned implication in the impeachment scandal is both unresolved and that was sort of back on the front burner. It has been nineteen days since the House voted to impeach president trump for trying to get Ukraine to help him out against Joe Biden for the two thousand twenty election. He wanted announcement from Ukraine that they had Biden under investigation. Impeachment inquiry also found that president trump pressured Ukraine to do that to make that announcement about those investigations by making contingent tinge on the announcement of those investigations. A whole bunch of things that Ukraine wanted including a White House visit for their new president. The impeachment inquiry also found that president trump held up military aid to Ukraine for months while he pressured them to do this domestic political favor for him. I honestly can't believe it's only been one thousand nine days Since the house impeach trump doesn't feel like it's been nineteen months it's been nineteen days and in that brief period in the less than three weeks weeks it has been since he got impeached. We've continued to get new evidence and new information about the scheme for which the president was impeached including a reported communication from the Office of Management and Budget in the White House to a Pentagon official in which the White House official assured. Dod It was president trump personally who was insisting on holding up Ukraine's military aid and a communication reported by Cape Brennan Adjust Security. That ownby official tells tells the Defense Department quote Clear Direction from Portis inning president of the United States to hold the Ukraine aid since the the House vote to impeach president trump. We've also seen new evidence in new documentation of this intense conflict and intense concern within the administration shen that president trump ordering a hold on that military aid to Ukraine was in fact illegal. So here for example is that same defense official who just assured by the the White House that the money was being withheld on direct orders from the president. Here's that same defense official writing thereafter to the office of the Secretary of Defense to the Defense Secretary's chief of staff she says quote do you believe dod is adequately protected from what may happen as the result of the Ukraine obligation. Pause as in. We all know this is illegal. Are we prepared for what's going to happen to us at the Defense Department here if we do this illegal thing that has been directly ordered by the president. So here's what's fascinating in response to that email which was sent from somebody in the Pentagon controller's office to the Defense Secretary's chief of staff are we adequately protected from what may happen as as a result of this right in response to that email to the defense secretary's chief of staff the Defense Secretary's Chief of staff writes back and he says this quote Ukrainian. PM speaks with the vice. President of the United States. Veep Otis on Tuesday. We expect the issue to get resolved that. Why do you expect the issue to be resolved that in fact the Tuesday following that email September first vice president and Mike Pence did meet with the leader of Ukraine? They met in Europe. They met in Warsaw. That's where we got this incredible footage of that room and who was there were you can see all of these people in that room whose careers have blown up and whose lives have changed a lot as a result the result of this scandal. You can see them all in the same shot. I mean in that meeting on the American side of the room. There's Energy Secretary Rick. Perry who of course suddenly submitted his resignation right right as the scandal broke open right next to him is national security adviser John Bolton who also suddenly submitted his resignation right as the scandal broke open right right next to the same row. There's ambassador Gordon Sunland. Who became a star witness in the impeachment inquiry testifying under oath that? Oh yes there was a quid pro quo and it was ordered by President trump. Just behind him in the second row there's Jennifer Williams who was the top Ukraine adviser to Vice President Pence who also became a star impeachment inquiry witness also in that same row. Tim Morrison the top Russia expert on the National Security Council who then himself suddenly announced his resignation on the eve of him also becoming an impeachment inquiry witness and next to him back there in the corner national security official named Earl Matthews who also so work on Ukraine issues who also suddenly left his post as this scandal broke open. I mean who's left within a few weeks of this meeting. In some cases within a few days of this meeting like everybody in that room had their life changed and or their career ended and and now we know from these internal administration documents and communications. That have been revealed in the one thousand nine days since the impeachment vote. We now know that after weeks. Six of freak out inside the administration over president trump holding up this military aid after president trump asking questions about that military aid after him directing the holdup up of the aid after him being advised by everybody in the national security apparatus that he himself appointed that he had to let go with hold on the military aid but he still refused to do so after all of the explicit arguments. We know that happened within the administration that to hold up that aid much longer would constitute a criminal act. We now know. I know that after all those weeks and months of consternation and conflict and concern and CYA inside the administration. We know right before vice president pence went and took this meeting at the highest levels of the Defense Department. The chief of staff to the Secretary of Defense was reassuring other officials inside the Pentagon. Oh don't worry. This is going to be over soon when Mike Pence takes that meeting was the Linski on Tuesday. It's all GonNa get sorted. Why do they think it was all going to get sorted? President trump was just impeached for demanding that Ukraine give him investigations into Joe Biden. That would help two minutes twenty twenty reelection effort and conveying to Ukraine. That they wouldn't get there. No much needed military aid until they made that commitment to do those investigations. So you won't get the military aid unless you agree to do those investigations announce publicly. You're doing those investigations are. You're never gonna see that military aid. We now know that in the defense secretaries office. They thought that that would all click into place as soon as this meeting between Mike Prints and the Ukrainian president took place so it was Mike Pence who was supposed to personally get the assurance from the Ukrainian government at that meeting that they were going to announce the investigations. Because that was the deal right. That's what everybody was waiting. They can't get the military aid until they announced the investigations. Don't worry they'll be able to get the military aid as soon as Mike Pence has that meeting. And that's what they were waiting on right at least according to the chief of staff to the Secretary of defense man man. Whose name is Eric Tuning? He put it in writing. Don't worry this will. All End. Wants Mike Pence takes that meeting. So says Eric Tuning Defense Secretaries Chief of Staff Eric. Tuning the defense secretary staff has just suddenly resigned his job his resignation announced today on the same day that former national security adviser John Bolton again is right there in the room for that meeting and again resigned suddenly without much explanation right right in the middle of the scandal right. As the Ukraine aid was finally being released and the whistleblower complaint was finally being processed and heading toward Congress John Bolton today released a statement saying if he is subpoenaed in the impeachment trial of president trump. He will appear and testify all the Senate is now back in accession. We don't yet know how the Senate is going to proceed with the impeachment trial for President Trump but obviously John Bolton's declaration that he will testify if summoned. He will will testify at the president's impeachment trial in the Senate if they send him a subpoena obviously raises the stakes on the Republican efforts in the Senate to try to a whole the impeachment trial without hearing from any witnesses
Trump Denies Giuliani Acted on His Behalf in Ukraine: 'Rudy Has Other Clients'
"I WANNA play a clip of an interview with Donald Trump and his and his old buddy man who used have a cable show until he was fired because of so many accusations of sexual arrangement this is donald trump talking about rudy. Giuliani whose intimated he has insurance against the president and won't run the bus over him and this is what Donald Trump is now saying about him. Take a listen. So what was Rudy Giuliani. Doing in Ukraine on your behalf. Where you have to ask that to rudy but Rudy I? I don't even know I. I know he was going to go to Ukraine and I think he cancelled a trip But you know Rudy has other clients other than me. I'm one direct him to go there on your behalf. You didn't know but you have to understand. Rudy is a great corruption fighter. I mean there's so much that's fascinating about this betsy but the first thing that sticks Out To me is you'RE GONNA have to ask is literally what he said about. Michael Kohn back in April eighteen. When he was I asked about the animals? He said you're going to have to ask Michael and look where Michael ended up right did not have a happy ending for for Mr Cohen Trump. Telling people to talk to rudy kind of ironically also matches. What what he was telling? Some of his senior administration officials called him with questions about Ukraine. He said go talk to Rudy. The reality is rudy. Unquestionably was one of the trump himself. Senior on voice too key while this entire process was playing out and everybody knew it that Ukrainians new at the Americans knew trump trump nuit rudy. New at there was no mystery to this and remember part of the reason that there's such a robust conversation about whether or not to expand the number of witnesses. This is testifying before the impeachment inquiry is that we haven't actually heard from people who were really really in the weeds with Rudy himself. On the work he was doing for the president resident. Love Parnassus a person who would potentially be able to provide that testimony Andrea earmark. who was an aide to the president of Ukraine who met with Rudy shortly after after the trump as Alinsky phone call year? Mock told me on the record that led Parnasse was at the table when he and Rudy had a conversation that has now proven to the incredibly faithful Peres hasn't yet testified. So there's a lot of information out there that congressional Democrats still don't have a great point as for Rudy Swim. I mean debates. He's he's point he literally tells Linski on the phone call to talk to rudy. He tells them you talk to people. Will you borrow Rudy. He I mean he will try because he tries to do this. All this things things and just sort of like Ben Reality News will but there is just no question. He's directing people to get in contact with Rudy. No absolutely and look like as betsy was mentioning earlier about how India Open and how public this was and it wasn't actually a secret at best. It was an open secret. That Giuliani was acting on president. Trump's behalf unrest is he was telling reporters on the record for months in in a very loquacious manner in the months leading up to the scandal before the long before the impeachment inquiry was even lauch. And when when he would talk about it to reporters at various outlets including at the daily beast he would repeatedly say how he was. Keeping President. Trump abreast yes leafed on all of his progress progress so if president trump wants turn around now and talk about how oh he was doing his own thing well. There were numerous opportunities from to tell his lawyer to knock get the hell off if he actually wanted US win. Su- sang and Betsy Woodruff Swan. Thank you both your time
"linski" Discussed on Outside the Lines
"Coming up the hill Linski family faces an agonizing decision about Ryan's future and football at ESPN daily? We tell the stories of the world's greatest teams coaches bill championship teams with players uniquely qualified for their roles. That's why you need indeed for Your Business. Indeed provides tools like skills tests to help candidates. Show the perfect hire for you post a job at indeed dot com slash. ESPN daily and try skills tests for free that's indeed dot com slash. ESPN daily terms conditions and exclusions apply Jen what strikes me about. This story is the huskies just had this terrible revelation that that their son Tyler was suffering from the initial stages of C. T.. Meanwhile their youngest son Ryan was a high school senior in California is about to play quarterback for his school's football team. And I think Meena that detailed is what drew us to the whole Linski story because it wasn't so cut and dry. They also have a younger anger child. Who is still not only so involved in the sport but he's incredibly talented? He's exceptional add it. He's one of the top quarterback recruits in the country. We gave him every single fact. We could ever civil opinion. We heard we had him meet with people. There's so many good things that that come out of playing football and play sport and we had this big argument pros cons. Everything laid out right your brother rather had. Td Do you WANNA keep playing. Football Ryan struggled with this question as well I went through all of it. It scared me a little bit. I oh I thought to myself well. It's got some risk. Of course you know. Do I really want to do that. Kim tells us the story of how when Ryan was still lil debating whether or not to continue in the Sport Ryan Who's being recruited by a number of se schools. We took something that we call the. Sec Road trip. We started out at Ole Miss. We went over to Georgia Tennessee. He was sleep in the back while mark. Can I cry in the front seats. We needed to support him and we did talking at a family that was so deeply invested in football football the sense of normalcy that football provided for them actually served as a Cathartic distraction for what they were dealing with. With regards. Guard to Tyler's death would may mean tyler happiest now is football when going onto that field on a Friday Saturday tonight we wrap and so he felt lake. It would be impossible to sacrifice that going forward. Lord that's a very human reaction to Kinda crave those spaces where we feel closest to people that we've lost and there was no place where he felt his brother than on the football field. So after Tyler's death Ryan's still in high school is going into senior senior year and he's decided to continue playing. What was it like when he stepped on a football field for the first time it was emotional it was moving? When he threw the first touchdown of the season? He says he broke down. Just lost I just started crying. I had broke down the sense tyler. In past I had truly cried since he had passed. And I think when I was on the field that night threw that touchdown tyler is like hey you like you can you can let it out. You're okay do you see in the video him breakdown. Come to the sideline mark and Cam and Ryan are in an embrace and you just feel for this family who from January to August. When they're first starting football again they've just just been through the wringer.
"linski" Discussed on Outside the Lines
"Role in this families. Recovery and healing. ESPN's Jen Lada. Recently interviewed the whole Linski family for east sixty. They're a football family. Mark the the father of the family as an entrepreneur and Kim. The their mother is a lawyer but their family was always drawn to sports. They have three boys Kelly Tyler alert and Ryan who all played sports as kids and Kelly naturally gravitated to the quarterback position and as is often the case with siblings than Tyler earlier gravitated to that position as well and then Ryan did as well. Tell me about Tyler Linski. What was he like when we talked to mark and Kim Linski they described Tyler as a very happy child really not challenging not difficult kind of go with the flow? How did they get along? Best friends are you guys. POWs tells why but rather a really good athlete all around a leader on his high school football team. There's Word I use I. I called Alta Gamer. Hewitt's describe tyler. But he always had this way of winning. Highly recruited decides to go to Washington State No expectation of being the starter right away there and then the team struggling a little bit and they go to Tyler Alinsky she. Who is the backup quarterback? What now is a new quarterback brothers? Tyler Steve Redshirt sophomore from Claremont California so so that was September two thousand seventeen in pullman Washington. It's actually this incredible game versus Boise State. Kim Tyler's mom was in the stands hands watching it and I remember mark texting me and asking me. What's he doing? Looks like he's going in on my gosh. It was on national television Washington. It was down Boise State. Leads by three sucks doubts they were able to come back to push it to overtime. The US led Washington State Back Tyler. Who Alinsky is leading the charge? Out there touchdown to wooded village has has time slowed down. What's the state has in the cloud? Storms the field and tyler is lifted up on their shoulders and it just looks like the epitome of what any collegiate player would hope for. I mean she I was just playing football out there It's drowned by great group of guys just told me that faith in me. I was ready to do my job from the outside. It kind of looks like Thailand ski at this point. Has It all right. Yeah I think it really. He does especially when you're looking at somebody peripherally and we do this a lot with with athletes where we think because they're having an enormous amount of success it means that they are supremely namely fulfil. They're just happy in their space. But it's startling how soon all of this starts to unravel After that point tyler starts in two more games including a blowout loss in her bowl game. What happened next January sixteenth? Two thousand eighteen he was back on campus in pullman and the team had gathered for an off season workout and tyler. Helen's he wasn't there and that was unusual for tyler because he was reliable he was the guy that people turn to the guy who bring other people into his success so uh that immediately set off alarm bells for people in the program. They reached out to mark and Kim Husky to let them know that Tyler hadn't shown up and his parents. Parents had the same reaction that that was unusual that that wasn't like tyler who said Hey Toes Times practice today. That's my miss mispractice. Woody mean as he heard the next thing came out was hey. We're doing a wellness check on his apartment. Violent Missing Persons Report. You too of his teammates then went to the door of his old apartment ended up kicking down the door and when they searched the apartment. That's when they found tyler who Lindsey's body in one of the closets tyler. Head shot himself with a gun that he had stolen from a friend. A few days prior.
Impeachment hearings: Tuesday was a disaster for Republicans
"Impeachment proceedings against President trump were a doubleheader today with hearings both this morning starting at nine. Am Eastern and men another marathon hearing this afternoon starting at three o'clock eastern extending well into the evening tonight ending less than a half an hour ago. Now the the second hearing today the afternoon and evening session that just ended was tactically a first though because the two witnesses were called specifically in the impeachment hearing this afternoon were the first witnesses who were specifically requested by the Republicans on the committee. Now we don't know exactly why hi. The Republicans on the committee were so eager to call these particular witnesses today. It kind of seems clear from how it went with them today that the Democrats would have been just as is happy to call them to if the Republicans hadn't but this is specifically who the Republicans wanted and it seems like it's probably Lee not the way they had wanted it to go does not credible to me. That former vice president biden would have been influenced in any way by financial or personal motives in carrying out his duties as vice president. I don't think that raising twenty sixteen elections or vice president and Biden or these these things I consider to be conspiracy theories that have been circulated by the Ukrainians particularly the former prosecutor. General are are we there not things that we should be pursuing as part of our national security strategy with Ukraine at the one in person meeting I had with Mayor Giuliani on July. Nineteenth mayor. Giuliani raised and I rejected the conspiracy. Theory that Vice President Biden would have been influenced in his duties as vice president by money. Money paid to his son as previously testified. I have known vice. President Biden for twenty. Four years is an honorable man and I hold them in the highest regard embassador Kurt Volker who resigned as U S envoy to Ukraine when the impeachment scandal broke. Open a few weeks ago. He was asked to testify testify before these proceedings. He accepted that invitation to testify and he resigned his job What that means though? Because he was the first witness they asked to come in and give a closed-door deposition that tells you that the Democratic leadership of the impeachment committees were happy to hear from Ambassador Volker as a witness in the first instance. I'm I can surmise. That the Democratic leadership of those committees would have been happy calling him again for this public testimony of the type that he went through today that said he was specifically requested Republican witness the Republicans on the committee specifically wanted Ambassador Volker and to Morrison who he testified alongside alongside today. I'm not exactly sure why. The Republican members of the committee were so psyched to have him there today specifically as their witness but there he was it was ambassador Volker and as I mentioned a senior national security official who also recently resigned his post. The man he testified alongside is named Tim Morrison Morrison Morrison on Volcker are the witnesses the Republicans wanted to make sure got their turn before the cameras in these televised hearings but whatever the Republicans motivation was for that honestly. Their testimony wasn't awesome for the President's defense. Not at all quite the contrary now after this larger meeting with the vice president pence presidents Alinsky testified at your deposition that you saw ambassador John Lennon immediately. Go over and pull Andre Earmark aside and have a conversation as president Zone Linski left the room vice president pence left the room and in sort of an anteroom Bashur Samland and presidential adviser. Your had this discussion. Yes Bachelor Sunland Sadie. Tell you that he told Mr Yearbook that the Ukrainians would have to have the prosecutor. Ask You your general Make a statement with respect to the investigations as a condition of having the eight lifted. Now did you tell Ambassador Bolton about this conversation version as well. I reached out to him as well and requested his availability for a secure phone call and what was his response when you explain to him what ambassador Sunland had said. Tell the lawyers now. A few days later on September seventh you spoke again to Ambassador Sunland. Who told you that he had just gotten off the phone with President? Trump isn't that right. That sounds great. Yes what did ambassador Sunlen tell you that. President Trump said to him. If I were called this conversation correctly this was where On related that there was no quid pro quo by presence. Alinsky had to make the statement and that he had to wants wants to do it year by that point. Did you understand that. The statement related to the Biden in a two thousand sixteen investigations. I did yes. And that was a a essentially a condition for the security assistance to be released. I I understood that. That's what embassador sauna believed after speaking with President Trump. That's what he represented. Did you tell Ambassador Bolton about this conversation as well I did. Yes and what did he say to you. He said to tell the lawyers once again what I call them the second time for something like this once again. He told me tell the lawyers do. Do we need a theme song for today. How about tell the lawyers fire up the embroidery hoops day? Three three of the trump impeachment hearings had provided us with yet another set of words to live by words to stitch onto a pillow. At least words words to watch out for in testimony about how the president's own appointees talk to each other when they learned about what the president had been cooking up behind closed doors to don't even tell me talk to the lawyers dude. Are you calling me about another one of these. I said talk to the lawyers. Do you have the lawyer so number. Can you get to the lawyer's office.
Conservatives put national security at risk to storm impeachment proceedings
"Two thousand conservative Republicans versus we get into a closed-door impeachment hearing just days after president trump called on GOP allies to get tough tonight a source tells CNN Mr Trump handed it's knowledge of the stunt which delayed testimony by the Deputy Assistant Defense Secretary Laura Cooper for hours as Republicans had demanded to be present outing house rules also president trump has now lifted sanctions imposed on Turkey over its military offensive against Kurds in northern Syria that's the quite testimony from his special envoy who told the House Foreign Affairs Committee that Turkish-backed forces are likely behind war crimes against Kurds added and I'm quoting now we have a problem following the president's withdrawal of us we'll talk about the breaking news and much more with Congressman Adam kinzler the foreign affairs city and our correspondents and analysts are also standing by for let's go straight to Capitol Hill our senior congressional correspondent Maharajas on the scene for US monitor truly a remarkable scene today tell our viewers what how get after five hours of fighting this testimony now taking place in your defense official answering questions about why the president's Aid Ukraine was withheld but this after Republicans delayed proceedings for hours ones we're not part of the hearing demanding to be part storming into a closed door hearing democrats pushing back and he yelled at by some Republicans even calling in the Capitol police sergeant at arms all democrats are saying in the aftermath of all of this as a day believe there's an effort to distract from key revelation in yesterday's testimony that undercut a White House defense that there was no quid pro quo installing Ukrainian aid and then we're going to try to go in there and we're GonNa try to figure out what's going on I was Republicans a storm the closed door impeachment hearing after damning testimony revealed that president trump may have stalled vital military aid to Ukraine three in exchange for help with reelection prospects it is a sham and it's time for it to end what is happening here is not fair what does that shift trying to hide its but total political hit job on the president of the United States which roughly two dozen lawmakers taking part and refusing to leave some even flouting house rules by carrying electronics into the secure space as one Republican members screamed at House Intelligence Chairman Adams live Democratic Congressman Val demings responded shouting Republicans and asking if they were trying to teach their children that it's okay to lie steal and cheat wait so long as you don't get caught leaving the hearing room Republicans argued the process wasn't fair saying the GOP is being kept in the dark but Republican pins are involved the ones who sit on the committees can ask questions and attend the hearings few GOP members talk about the damning testimony from Bill Taylor the top US diplomat in Ukraine who testified that US Ambassador to the U. Ordinance Solomon told him that President trump held up US military aid to Ukraine until that country agreed to reopen an investigation into the Biden and the two thousand sixteen campaign visit the opening statement says if you were in a court of law would you rely just on the opening statement of an attorney Democrats called protests a stunt to distract from Taylor's testimony gets a extent it's GonNa all of this is going to be forgotten very soon because the real story is what did the president do and why and the harm that it's onto our national security our Republican colleagues evidently have freaked out because they have nothing substantive to say about that they're not denying it in any way they're just trying to avoid it and so instead they attack the committee process of Congress it's it's really a pathetic show on their part GOP leaders stuck to the the house lying insisting there was no quid pro quo based on a rough transcript the White House released a July phone call between trump and Ukrainian president Linski nowhere in that phone call is there a quid pro quo did the president ask just as America does every day to work on different cases now McCarthy also said a quid pro quo means essentially getting something physically or in exchange for something he said name me one thing that Ukraine digital at least honey he said nothing that's a new line of defense coming from Republicans but also today wolf a setback for the trump administration in court a federal judge ruled that the State Department has thirty days to turn over to a watchdog group American oversight records related to communications between Mike Pompeo the secretary of state and the president's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani so while Congress has tried to get those records the State Department has denied access to those records perhaps as washout group could get those records and we'll see how that affects impeachment going forward going on thank you very much let's bring in our White House correspondent Boris Sanchez Boris this chaos up on Capitol Hill comes just days after trump told Republicans they need to get tough and fight the impeachment inquiry what are you hearing over there that's right wolf president trump again calling on Republicans more aggressive in defending him he said so just moments ago at an event in Pittsburgh the president calling for unity in his party as he tries to defend his founding serious strategy even top officials contradict the president's description on what's happening on the ground there let's see if we can get in tonight as this was unfolding on Capitol Hill with Republican members interrupting testimony from the latest impeachment witness a source tells C. N. N. that not only was the stunt preplanned but president trump was given a heads up a source revealing that some of the Republican members who storm Laura Cooper's deposition appeared at the wall White House Tuesday night president trump also shooting a warning to Republicans who aren't standing by him through the fight quote the never trumper Republicans though on respirators with not many left or in certain ways worse and more dangerous for our country than the do nothing Democrats Watch offer them they are human scum there are the tweet coming on the heels of the number two Republican in the Senate lamenting testimony from the president's top diplomat in Ukraine Bill Taylor Senator John Thune telling reporters off camera quote the picture coming out of it based on the reporting that we've seen I would you say is not a good one behind closed doors the president's attorneys are scrambling sources say trump's legal team is recalibrating their impeached in strategy keeping the focus on the Democrats command of legal proceedings instead of trying to answer for the substance of trump's alleged actions on Ukraine the president is being denied due
Texts show reactions to Trump demands on Ukraine
"Breaking News Trump's quid pro quo so the president's own special envoy to Ukraine who resigned just days ago is providing the text messages to Congress so colonel. I just mentioned this right but he still there on behind in closed doors on capitol. Hill is now in his ninth hour of a deposition. He has handed over encrypted texts that he received and here's here's here's here's the key thing the top US diplomat too you diplomat to Ukraine and one of these texts rights he was very concerned about the president withholding aid money from Ukraine that career State State Department official wrote and he got a quote this. I think it's crazy to withhold security assistance for help with the political campaign so you can't get more clear than that. this is according to multiple reports this evening and the text came in early. September and the reason I want to emphasize that date is because that means that tax was sent before the news broke that there even was a whistleblower so trump's top diplomat in Ukraine believed before any of this public spectacle that the president of the United States withholding security assistance for help on his reelection campaign campaign of course trump has denied time and time again that there was a quid pro quo there was no quid pro quo at all. There was no quid quid pro. Quo You take a look at that. Cole was perfect I didn't do there was no quid pro quo but the top US diplomat and Ukraine obviously obviously believe otherwise and of course the transcript of the president's own phone call shows him asking for a favor from the Ukraine president when that president brought brought up. US military aid and today to make it seem that his actions with Ukraine were okay trump went out publicly and ask another country to interfere in the US election this time it's China a country. The United States is currently negotiating a trade deal with they should investigate the by because how does a company that's newly fully formed and all these companies you look and by the way likewise China started investigation into the by and by the way as I said said much more on that breaking story in just a moment I wanna point out the irony of what the president said there though because it is quite something you know the reason is because here's trump talking about China interfering in American elections just last year. Regrettably we found that China has been attempting to interfere in our upcoming twenty-eight teen election. We learned that they are trying to meddle in our election and we're not going to let that happen unless it's to help him. I mean here's the thing trump may be doubling down on asking foreign countries for help because he knows the facts on Ukraine there in black and white there on a transcript you can't hide bat and it could be from China too so he may want us to think this is all okay despite the hypocrisy that you just heard but president trump also knows that asking can you foreign country publicly for help may have worked before remember this Russia if you listening. I hope you're able to find the thirty thousand emails that are missing. I think you will probably be rewarded. Mightily press he he is talking about Hillary Clinton's emails and his words then might have mattered because the Muller report concluded quote within five hours of trump's remark a Russian intelligence service began targeting targeting email accounts associated with Hillary Clinton for possible hacks talk about speaking publicly and getting private gain so tonight trump asks China to investigate his political rival level publicly and as I said we have some breaking details this hour about what he did privately. The president is doing this. Well aware that the biggest trade deal in history is on on the table. Everything matters with China right now and American consumers are paying higher prices as a result of that trade war. The president may be asking China to investigate instigate Biden maybe to give himself cover for a call that he knows the public may find out about with presidency or pres- cover for the private call with the president of Ukraine because remember the bottom line here. Is this crucial text tonight when the president asked a Ukraine for a favor that favor to bring it home here trump's top diplomat and Ukraine described it by saying quote. I think it's crazy to withhold security assistance for help with the political campaign. That's a quid pro. Quo that tax. I was sent on an encrypted server. Tech that was sent for Americans knew there was a missile blower a text. Nobody ever thought would see the light of day. It is attacks today. Trump on Kurt Volker showed Congress Congress as I said he is still behind closed doors and we're going to get to everything we know about that crucial testimony in just a minute on Capitol Hill with Maharaja first though the breaking developments here on China's China as I have been speaking Kylie Atwood is out front in Washington and Kylie. You have some breaking information about a phone call the president trump had with Chinese President Xi where he talked about Badin a call that was also stored and that's super classified system which I would not fit with protocol. Yeah that's right so over the summer in in June. President trump spoke over the phone with President Xi of China and he did bring up Joe Biden the former vice president who is now his most formidable double democratic opponent leading up to twenty twenty. He also brought up Elizabeth Warren now he brought him up in the sense of their political prospects. Warren was rising in the pull at the time and he talked about them politically he did not at that time according to sources familiar with this call encourage the Chinese to investigate Biden then but that is what he did publicly today and we should note that he came out to reporters and encouraged China to investigate Joe Biden now this phone phone call back in June. It did go into that secret that highly sensitive server that the Ukraine call went into It's a place where the White House stores stores these conversations that they want to keep particularly away from most people's eyes they don't want them to get out the other thing we should mention however is that the Chinese were thrown off guard today I spoke with a Chinese diplomat after these comments made by president trump and they said it was quite chaotic audit they had learned that trump wanted the Chinese to investigate Joe Biden by via the media reports and said that they had no interest the Chinese had no interest in getting cold in the US domestic political process but we'll see how this plays out. We really haven't seen a formal response from the Chinese yet all right. Thank you very much. Kylie obviously significant in light of the president's public requests to China today to investigate Joe Biden. I want to go to to Capitol Hill Right now. In Maharaja with crucial testimony mono as we are speaking still unfolding where you are that that text that that that I was just sharing and you know so much more. What are you learning about? Volcker has been telling Congress today like he's been in there for nine and a half hours and we were told that he actually just left so it appears that it it just finally wrapped up after a full day a marathon testimony behind closed doors getting questions from Republicans and Democrats alike now we've learned some aspects of of what he is told these three committees that are pushing forward on this impeachment inquiry and what he said and the aftermath of that phone call between Presidents Alinsky of Ukraine and President entropy which trump ASA Linski to launch an investigation into the Biden's. We're told that Volcker testified that he actually urged the Ukrainian government not to go forward with it and not to interfere with in US politics and he also made clear that there are questions that have been raised by the Ukrainian government meant repeatedly to him about why military aid have been withheld US military aid that had been approved by the US Congress. Why was that pornography provided to Ukraine. We're told by multiple sources that he had no good answers for that to the Ukrainian officials when he had been asked that was also there was a plan meeting that
"linski" Discussed on AP News
"Median Volodimir linski has been officially named just the president of Ukraine the central election commission on Tuesday present the official results if the April twenty one vote showing since gay Bateson company, president petro, Porsche Anco by winning seventy three percents of the vote, Alinsky has criticized election. Authorities dragging their feet on naming him the official winna which reduces his chances to spending. The parliament Inskeep will be able to call an early election in the parliament, which is currently dominated by the allies of the outgoing president only if he's sworn in before may twenty seventh the parliament's now has a month to set the date for the inauguration ceremony. President Trump's suing Germany's Deutsche Bank and Capital One as AP. Correspondent Ben Thomas reports he's looking to block congressional subpoenas for his business records, the House Financial Services and intelligence committees. Have subpoenaed Deutsche Bank and several other financial institutions as part of investigations. President Trump's finances. The lawsuit filed by the president his sons Donald junior, and Eric and daughter Ivanka asks a federal judge to declare the subpoenas unlawful and unenforceable and also seeks to block the financial institutions from disclosing information and complying with the subpoenas. In a statement deutchebanks says it's committed to providing appropriate information to all authorized investigations, and we'll abide by court orders. Ben Thomas, Washington. AT radio news. I'm Jacky Quin a deadly shooting rocks. The campus of the university of North Carolina at starlet campus. Police chief Jeff Baker says the suspect is in custody. I can't tell you the sadness of the entire community to know that a situation like this has occurred on our campus. We're we're all pretty much devastated to know anything like.
"linski" Discussed on KQED Radio
"He is not like making political rallies. He's like. In Facebook in Twitter, only Alinsky is unlikely success makes some people suspicious about whom he's really working for in Ukraine, business and politics are practically inseparable and oligarchy survive political influence Roman VIN is the host of a satirical, TV new show. I Don think Zilenski is independent if you want to be president, you should be open, and you should be ready for the questions. You should be ready to show me all your team and not hide somebody like many Ukrainians he suspects Alinsky of being a proxy for or Moise a billionaire odds with the president. To. Alinsky campaign headquarters in Kiev. I meet one of his top advisors Dmitro resume cuff as he didn't looking youth. Linski is absolutely not virtual candidate into Nizar any secret links to an oligarchy as drastic as Dana come on. Resilience color, Irina, red Sabarsky fashion design student, and one of the linski campaign workers he's talking on the phone with supporter who wants to order, some bright greens, Alinsky campaign stickers. Moist show released a coach says she's helping Alinsky because she wants to change her country's future. The comedian is especially popular among young Ukrainians. Not everyone as I hear on Independence Square in downtown.
"linski" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"So a couple of friends of mine Jilin, Doug. They they run a bookstore, and they they used to live in Chicago. And they lived on Obama's street or they had a bookstore like honourable mystery. And so they had access to all of these crazy crazy liberals and crazy liberal professors, and they weren't liberals. They were they were communists, a lot of them. And so as they were dying in their estates would go up they'd go into their libraries, and they would pull all of these documents and all of these books and things, and they would send them down to me to preserve because it showed how how these radicals were living behind a mask. And it's why I said with such. Assuredly that. They're going to take off their masks. They want to tell you what they actually believe they just keep telling being told it's not time yet. It's not time yet. So they sent me yesterday, and I have a book from Sala linski personal library at, but I had forgotten about the book plate and most people don't know. You know, the book played is no it's a kind of an old thing. People don't usually have book plates now. But when you would buy a book, and you would have it in your library. If you had a nice library for your on the more wealthy side. You would have something designed that said your name, you know, from the library of Stubrin gear. And then you would pick a you'd have something designed, and then they would paste it inside the the front flap so opened up the book it said, it was yours. Okay. Seems like a lot. Now, it seems like a lot. But in the days when books meant something, and if you had a big library, you will do them. Okay. This is solid linski book plate. Okay. Look what it is. It's the drama mask. Okay. You know, the masks of tragedy in comedy. So this is a this is a mask from the theater and underneath it says persona now notice persona is down towards the bottom at where it's almost kind of like discarded, right? And the mask is untied. This is persona is the thing that Carl young had said that you know, it's the it's the the person you really are. Is hidden by this persona. It's it's what you project to the world. Okay. So the persona is gone. And the mask is off this is Saul Alinsky book plate saying, I'm I'm living behind a mask, and we all are. But someday the masks will come off. And we will this this guard the persona and and show you who you really are. Are we having is there? Somebody on on the stage here that's walking around with stilts or. I don't know if you can hear the knocking we're we're in the middle of ninety day rehab of just the roof of this building. And and some of the electron IX in this building. And and once in a while, they get up on the roof and. And do that. I don't know if you can hear that. But somebody needs to tell them to stop, please. If the shocking thing that we do a radio show in this time period every day an uttered, you know, is a mesmerizing. I know it's like a lottery. This is the day. We're doing the radio show this time period. What I didn't know that. Yeah. Every day for ninety days straight. Wow. This wild as wild. That's interesting. I'd I'd never heard that from about Saul Alinsky. We've heard so much about the guy. Yeah. Well, he is. I mean, remember he's.
"linski" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"By Jill linski advisory group. New Zealand another candidate. I'm Ann Cates. A fund set up for the families of the fifty people killed and scores injured by the attacks on to mosques in New Zealand has already raised three million dollars. Prime minister to ardor and says the suspect who remains behind bars alerted authorities just before going on the shooting rampage. I was one of more than fishy recipients all Menefee story that was mild out nine minutes before the attack took place. It did not include a location. It did not includes the specific details on advise that within two minutes of its receipt laced, my office, it was conveyed directly to parliamentary security New York. Democratic Senator Kirsten gillibrand has joined the crowded field of twenty twenty presidential candidates. Correspondent Christopher crews. Gillibrand has been traveling around the United States for two months seeing if she would have. Efficient support if she decided to enter the race. She says her first speech is a candidate will take place next Sunday in front of the Trump International hotel and tower in New York, she's been one of the most forceful critics of the Trump administration. So it's no surprise. She would use one of the president's best known buildings as a backdrop for her speech. Major river flooding continues across parts of the plain states to the nation's midsection. Meteorologist Allison Chinchar says the rising waters are linked to a rough winter much of the midwest has had an abnormally high amount of snow. This winter take for example, Lincoln Nebraska, thirty three inches above average for the year Omaha nearly thirty even Minneapolis. We're talking about twenty inches above average for the season will all of that snow has to go somewhere, plus warmer than average temperatures in the north west and northern Rockies could speed up snow melt and create potential flooding issues there as well. I'm Ann.
"linski" Discussed on KTOK
"But he has to create enemies like Saul linski like marks. These are the enemies who I repping you never the government government's never ripping you off. It's the private sector. Good thing. These lines. We have here to line up for food. That's a good thing. Go ahead. A lot of money distorting what we believe in for example. They're gonna say people you're gonna lose your current health insurance. Employment, but you're going to have the same exact doctor you're gonna have more freedom of choice on our proposals. So you're not. He has no way of knowing you're going to have the same. Exact doctors matter of fact, our experience with ObamaCare is you're not. Our experience with the VA is you don't get the shoes. And doctors are going to be pushed out. So he's a liar. Go ahead. Under the current proposals. So there's a lot of misinformation a lot of misinformation unless it's being spewed out of your big mouth. He's been wrong his entire life about everything. Everything. And yet. Look at the political children of this guy running. They all wanna be Bernie Sanders. None of them believes in individual liberty. None of them. Go ahead. Frowned on. The bottom line is the average middle class family will save money will spend less money on health care. How many times have you heard? Did you hear that under ObamaCare, you're going to save money and spend less money, and you're gonna be able to keep your doctor? And if you like your plan, you can keep the how many times you're going to be lied to an snooker by these left wing goons seriously. You don't like politicians? We don't like them in yet. Look here ran our lives. You don't want. These people running your life you on your life. Let's take some calls. Jimmy, Brooklyn, New York, the great WABC go, you know, it's very important to work. You're doing Mark. I really do. Appreciate it. Just want to remind people. Most of us realize now the FBI and Justice department at the top including the CIA, but basically conspiring against Trump and the American people, but don't forget before we heard about this scandal. The IRS was being used to target tea party people the bureau of land management. I believe it was was being used to target ranchers and farmers out west. So throughout the American government. Most of the enforcement parts have been penetrated by radical left wing people who are let's say pro democracy. So this is a major problem because if you have people like this at the highest levels of our government enforcement parts of the agency, and you've got mass movements of people on the bottom, and they're everywhere. Jimmy, the education department with their bathroom guidance. The EPA. Endlessly, attacking farmers and ranchers and people were pawns in their backyard. These people are highly trained highly organized, they're totally committed. They're basically revolutionaries even if some of them don't know it. So they're shaping public opinion on a massive scale with the Soviets used to call disinformation. That's now the American media. We have this information this education, and I don't mean like this. And that I mean this meaning it's purposeful wrong information. So they're changing how people think so they actually controlling the elections. So we don't really have free and fair elections. If the media is totally on one side is bacon people's opinions changed voting freely. According to the propaganda put him ahead. You know, this happened before Mark I'm not a conspiracy theorist, but I do know history, particularly the communist history in Czechoslovakia nineteen forty eight. The communist took all of that country, a fairly peacefully and the communist historian wrote a book about it how it was done and the book is titled and not a shot was fired by Jan Kozak. That's a communist Cestari in writing how they took off very famous book. Anyway, go ahead and throughout the communist press since then American and Soviet communist press, stay Czechoslovakia, nineteen forty eight as the model and the guy who really put this into play was was Barack Obama. Who's mentor was a guy so dangerous? He was on a special list. Frank Marshall Davis was FBI lists to be immediately arrested if we had opened a arm hostilities against Russia. He was considered to be a Soviet agent. So what do you think he's training Obama? And then what did Obama do hundred fifty billion dollars to Iran, a terrorist state? That's building nuclear weapons he armed the drug cartels in Mexico, and he really set this nation in a really bad way. What is Mark soy and Marxist beliefs and his insight? Treatment of racial hatred and animosity, hey, Jimmy, Jimmy. You see that he's trying to build his half billion dollar library. I don't think they want it though on Chicago. It seems like they're fighting it what good for them. They had the equivalent of what you would call central park in Chicago almost as old and. He wants to build his library there building a Moscow or well, at least Bernie would go. All right. Jimmy, thanks for your call, my friend. We'll be right back. Mm-hmm. Oh, you get a raise or something. Yeah. Right. And how can you afford to drive that huge car? I mean, the gas on that baby must be crazy. I pay less for gas. And.
"linski" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Batta. I am Adrian linski and made a piece of the Lord be with you today and always. KABC HD three boulder. KOA NewsRadio the fifty thousand watt George of the Rocky Mountain west. From ABC news. I'm Michelle Franzen. Talks to hammer out a border security deal entering its final week before another possible government shutdown and word from both Democrats and Republicans this morning that talks may be breaking down tomorrow. President Trump is traveling to the border city of El Paso, Texas for a rally and the push for border wall funded the president said to visit El Paso on Monday where he will speak at a make America great again rally, but there are no plans for him to visit the border at the same time. The president visits El Paso, former congressman and El Paso, native, Baidoa Rourke will attend a protest meant to counter. The president's. Visit Linda Lopez ABC news in Virginia Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax facing possible impeachment is not planning to step down. Instead calling for an investigation into both accusations of sexual assault, which he denies and despite calls from top Democrats for Virginia. Governor Ralph north them to step down. He staying put ABC Zachary quiches in Richmond, governor is showing no signs of stepping down. Addressing the controversy in an interview with the Washington Post saying I want to heal that pain, and I want to make sure that over Jinyan teff equal opportunity. And I think I'm the person that can do that for Virginia an attorney for AM. I the parent company of the National Enquirer is speaking out following allegations by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos that the tabloid added publisher attempted to extort and blackmail basis by threatening to release compromising photos of his paper. The Washington Post didn't back off from investigating the tabloid. Am I attorney Elkana Abramowicz telling ABC's this week anchor George Stephanopoulos? It's absolutely not a crime to ask somebody to simply tell the truth. Tell the truth that this was not politically motivated, and we will print. No more stories. You don't say what you want us to say, we're going to publish these photos. That's not it's not it's part of a negotiation. You're listening to ABC news. KOA NewsRadio time eight oh..
"linski" Discussed on 710 WOR
"For me. Do you want any financial tips, we're talking Amazon LIC the IRS is sending out fewer refund checks first week of tax season than last year. The limited deduction rubs salt into tax payer wounds. Says interesting President Trump is open to talking about revisions on the salt cap. The cap is a key revenue raiser in the one point five trillion dollars tax overhaul. Why would he do that? I know he's from New York. But all of those people voted the Republicans out this should have been done before. And now it one of the. Rules for radicals by Saul linski is to make your enemies play by the same rules that they wanna live by. So president Donald J Trump said he would consider changes to a controversial cap on the federal deduction for state and local taxes on one of the most divisive provision of the two thousand seventeen Republican tax overhaul. Mr. Trump told regional newspaper reporters in response to a question that he's open to talking about revisions to the salt cap which limits to ten thousand I would love this. I mean selfishly, but I mean from a political perspective those people don't vote Republican much anyway. There are some people from New York who've been speaking to me about doing something about that about changing things been severe on them. He said the remarks were reported earlier in the Stamford advocate. I would love that selfishly. Well, Mr. Trump offered no specifics on the complaints or what he might do. Even as hint attention for enormous interest in New York, Connecticut, New Jersey and other high tax states this all caps taxpayers. They're relatively hard because the high state levies property values in real estate taxes, and it's really been certain districts the cap though. If it's lifted would cost six hundred seventy three billion over the next decade. Some that might require raising the newly lowered twenty one percent corporate rate to absorb the cost. I would be. If they raise the corporate rate to twenty two percent. I guess to to cover this. I guess that'd be okay with it. But Senate finance committee chairman Charles Grassley shocked down the altering the cap. Yeah. He's from he doesn't have a twenty thousand dollar property tax Bill. So what do you think about this? Do you think Trump should revise the salt gap? Call us eight hundred three to one zero seven ten. Now the latest tax proposal. From Democrats targets Wall Street. How Amazon is booming New York City neighbor got tax perks meant for the poor. Now, this is interesting Amazon executives looked battered after more than our of question last week about their plans to build an office in New York City. We will not be using the opportunity zone on this project. They said for those involved in lowering the company New York last year's designation of a relatively prosperous trip along on city as an opportunity zone has become a headache. After Bloomberg reported in November that the project was eligible for incentives designed to spur investment in poor areas. It became a prime example of public policy gone awry. Starwood chairman, Barry stern lights, who's raising five hundred million to invest in low income areas called giving a tax break to Amazon. That's because he probably wants to invest in that area himself based on this article. I mean like you some critical thinking people then Bremer turned to James hatchet, CEO of the New York City economic development. corP, patriots team had expected to be celebrated for bringing the twenty five thousand jobs van Bremer wanna know how the zone picked at the same time. The city was negotiating with Amazon came to be the state were the ones who are responsible for mecca mending opportunities ons Patchett statement was both true incomplete while the state recommended the Jones James cats political Israel behind the scenes so this economic opportunities zone. Could even give more benefit. To amazon. So they said, no, we ran a data driven process. So basically the beauty of this opportunity zone is you can take money from a capital gain. Elsewhere roll it into this and avoid capital gains for like ten years or something as whole convoluted law, but part of the new tax law. So give us a call eight hundred three to one zero seven ten the Dow is fallen amid lingering fears over the U S, China trade and global growth. So we've had a nice run up in stocks last few weeks. But the Dow. As suffered a little bit..
"linski" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"The southside of Milwaukee, we're waiting to hear from empty. They had planned the news conference at noon originally at eleven it's been pushed back to noon, and it's going to be at the hospital. We will carry that news conference one thing. I wanted to ask an anti Schwartz. He's in studio with us, and I know any out of respect you would like to wait for the PD to make the announcement. And I completely understand can respect that. But the one question I do have because we're already getting reports that there are some if not closure some ramp rance being blocked off that people might be wondering about in a situation. Like, this what we can expect to have happen is that that officer will be brought to the medical examiner in downtown Milwaukee. Which would mean a procession, and unfortunately, we're pretty we are aware of these only because we've had to recently. If that were already to take place or I mean, we can expect that to happen here fairly quickly. Correct. That there will be a procession at some point, especially if we're already getting reports that some of these ramps are being shut down. They could be shut down for another reason. Chief relatives, I don't. And I don't know that that is information that I have. But I do know that there is. There are a number of things that will happen before. We're able to you know, to to talk about road closures and processions and things like that. Right now, the family the officers, everyone is gathering. I was a number of us were notified this morning right after the incident happened, I'm part of the state's law enforcement death response team. And what we do is we provide assistance to departments in cases of line of duty deaths. And so in this case, for example, what what we would do is. I'll see what what media help it if any I can offer to the family sometimes the families want to write letters to the public either thanking for support or they want to ask them to please not contact them. I try to work with the families in those situations. But we have a whole team of people that sits down with the family with chaplains that that we talk with and say how are we going to proceed now who are we going to talk with where is everyone. Because while we we're all in our in our bubbles. Hearing about this story and thinking very matter of fact about it. The family has just gotten this news. You know an hour ago. I want to go back to something. You said you mentioned that you are respecting the opportunity for more Ocoee police department to to confirm all of this to explain in their terms how this all played out. We have several elected officials now alderman Donovan Ottomans, Alinsky who are essentially out front of the story. I gotta tell you somebody who served in an elected official capacity. I don't like it. I don't think. It's right. There's a role of elected officials play. I understand that argument. Donovan has linked to the police department fully understand that. But I don't know that I need my elected officials who are not working in law enforcement to get out in front of the story. I have to agree. I'm hearing from a number of people that I worked with I've seen a number of of comments out there from from police officers who are saying, you know, what in the world. They do appreciate that. When the chips are down. Oftentimes, it is Donovan and alderman's linski that support the police wanna make sure we say that. But it's not a story. It's not a cool story. Does not like, hey, I'm giving you the details. This is not that kind of a story you have to respect the lanes here. And that's the opportunity that deserves to tell that story and yes respect to 'em PD, but the family and as well. One hot minute figure out what in the world is has just happened to their life you and I were talking in the break about we're watching the monitors. And there's a large number of men and women serving in the police department on-scene, and you're commenting that you can imagine somebody who worked in that department. What that feels like yet still doing the job of a police officer? I'm looking at the at the screen right now. And I'm seeing more police. Detectives knowing that they know this officer, and they don't get to go and get the hug at the hospital. They don't get to to take a minute to sit down. They've worked to do. They have to make sure that they investigate. They put together a case that makes sure that this, you know, that this holds up, and that there is Justice for this officer and for the police department, I'm looking at some of them when I'm watch on on the television screen, and I'm thinking, how are you guys vertical? How are you able to to do this summer? I'm glad you bring that up because I think oftentimes we forget about that everyone always talks about PTSD all the time, especially when it comes to our veterans and how they come back and have to struggle with that these guys and gals are right back at work right now. All of them have to work right now. And if not this story this situation this incident that just took place, they're working something else. They're pulling somebody else over there hearing some other situation taking notes on some other call that they have to do they're right back at work minutes after the fact that cannot be forgotten today. But this when we talk about this law enforcement family, we're not just talking about the people that were the patch for the market police department. I know that the sheriff has reached out to the market police department said whatever we can do to help you if we can help you cover certain areas. Whatever you need we are here because every single person who wears a batch. And here's about an officer involved shooting. Every one of those officers says, oh, my gosh that could have been me, and that's what every single one of their spouses say, but every one of their kids. Say there's a talk that has to happen tonight. When all their kids get home from school and heard this happened. He magin having that chat with your kids. Here's what we know. Right now, multiple saying officer has been killed in the line of duty shots earlier this morning Wednesday morning, multiple elected officials telling this. I'll also other sources as well. The officer in his late twenties early thirties transported the hospital, which is the only level one trauma center in our area. Lots of areas in that inaccurately stole locked down that part of the of the southside of Milwaukee, let's go to this area. This is near twelfth and Dakota. This is where this officer and others were executing a search warrant when the shooting took place. WTMJ's Melissa barklay is in that area. She spoke recently with the gentleman who lives there, he talked a little bit about the incident also address some of the crime that comes and goes in that area.
"linski" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"You know, and I'm not hawking at because it doesn't matter. I'm writing another book. My last book was rediscovering Americanism. And the tyranny of progressivism, don't close your eyes. Stay with me. That came out July, August twenty seventeen so it came out the end of the summer of twenty seventeen. It was dedicated to my wonderful parents jacket Norma. But as I as I watched this debate with the Neanderthal left the marxists. I think to myself we need to go over this again, briefly this issue of liberty. What is liberty? Now. Those of you who are die hard Levin fans. And you listen every evening we've talked about this before. But you know, I can bring a different kind of emphasis to it. And of course, I've written about it. And so people can read it with their own eyes. And one of the fundamental things. You need to understand is this notion of liberty the left. Talks about liberty in the same sentence as government. We talk about liberty in the same sentence. As individualism. There was a brilliant. Man. There have been many brilliant people. But there is a brilliant man, a Russian British political theorist philosopher, he was also reporter in some respects. Isaiah berlin. And I mentioned him in my book, we discovering Americans. And he lived from nineteen o nine to nineteen ninety seven. So for an idiot like Alexandria. Cossio cortez. He's irrelevant. His name's not marks her Saul linski, she's not interested, but she's not the standard by which we inform ourselves. And he wrote an essay in one thousand nine hundred fifty eight. In which he brilliant essay in which he was talking about the idea of liberty. And he came up. With this notion of positive liberty and negative liberty. This has been confused by many people because the words may not make sense unless you really think about them. We say positive. Oh, it must be positive to believe in positive. Liberty must be negative to believe in negative liberty. It's the opposite. Unless you really read this stuff digest it think about it. You don't understand it? It's like somebody putting words in front of your face..
"linski" Discussed on Longform Podcast
"Am here with max linski and Evan Ratliff. Hey, you guys. There's a hole in the wall of the studio or just going to ignore that, man. Everyone making me feel so bad about the studio. Aaron what about a guest on this? I taped it here that when there were still a wall over there with Doug Bach Clark. I I came across his writing because he wrote these two incredible pieces about North Korea. One about auto warm beer who is held there ended up brain dead and one about the assassination of Kim Jong nam, which is a piece that actually kind of caught my eye because he took a somewhat unusual tact of following the lives of the two women who believed that they were in a prank show and actually smeared a nerve agent on Kim Jong Il's older, son. I remember I remember when you read that story because I got the rare note from Aaron that you said excellent. Period. Yeah. Anyway, he has a book out. It's about the time. He spent living with one of the last indigenous groups on earth that still practices wailing. I really enjoyed the book and the way that he ended up living with these people and right in this book. Pretty interesting book is excellent excerpt in the out of his magazine in the fall, and but then there's really went deep. I think that started the last whalers of the net. Okay. But put that in the show notes. What else we might might someone finding the show nuts while we're on the topic of excellent books. We have an excellent book of our own on the show. Evan Ratliff is written a book Aaron, and I did not write about it's like the show had. This is true. Evan has book is called the mastermind coming up very soon, and we are going to we're going to celebrate this tremendous event with a live long form podcast vent book party extravaganza at the bell house on February thirteen we're gonna reveal a guest or this going to be more of we're going to keep we're going to build suspense way. Do we okay special guests, we're gonna wait a week to review feel suspense building? Tune in next week to find out who the special guest is supporting to say that this event is free, which means we are inviting you the listener of this podcast to come drink with us..
"linski" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Folks. I am a bit distracted by Tony's linski house. The Milwaukee alderman has built I wouldn't even call it. A mansion I call it an office building in the middle of his face short neighborhood. If you would like to be able to build. A homelike. Tony's Elaine skis. You'd probably have to win the cold hard cash contest about seven hundred thousand times, but your chance to start on that journey is right now all you need to do is text the word tab, T B, two two hundred two hundred and we won't pick up the tab for a Tony's Alinsky style mansion, but we will pay you a thousand dollars in cash instantly. If your text is picked at random, you will get a text confirming entry, plus iheartradio, info standard data and message rates apply in this nationwide. Contest had a couple of questions via text and Email. How do you know if you one, Dan, how do you know if you won? Well, you will get a call from us. We believe it's a five one six area codes somewhere in the neighborhood of eleven ten to eleven fifteen because remember you've got until eleven o'clock afterwards, we have a little bit of a drawing, and then somebody from our prize offices in what is that Cincinnati a five one six area code. Calls you from the number that you texted from and I would answer the call even if you're in a meeting, even if you're already on a conference, call even if you're in the bathroom answer the call because if you don't answer I'm told they just go right onto the next number. They just randomly draw it again, and it's another number. I think I actually probably shouldn't say that since I'm thinking about this now, and my words may or may not have the legal, so ignore everything. I just said for about the last fifteen seconds because I don't know how it works. I all I know is you get a call so answer the phone. Okay. This is the lawyer in me, I'm thinking, well, maybe I shouldn't be saying that I've been have Jerry bought running eight here. Shut up you idiot. Shut up just do the contest for the love of all things. Holy just say the word and move on talk about Trump talk about Dolinsky house for a little bit more. Later on this hour. We will also have a chance for you to win a four pack of tickets to the Milwaukee boat show that's coming up this weekend and next weekend. And I'll tell you it is a lot of fun. I went last year and and for the second straight year at the boat show. You can win me or at least dinner with me on a pontoon from our friends at cedar lake sales. I'll tell you last year we had an absolute last we had to postpone at once. This was like a torrential downpour when we finally did get the dinner cruise. It was just so fun. We went out on big cedar lake, and we were cruising around and you get a captain from cedar lake sales. We were actually there with the owner, and the group that we had was just they were wonderful people had a great time. I've actually been in contact with them since that dinner cruise you can sign up for your own private dinner with me. And I promise we'll have a lot of fun. So listen for that you have to go to the boat show to sign up. It's you know, you sign up fill out one of those cards, and we drawn you win. But we will have a four pack of tickets to get you into the boat show coming up. Well, the narrative has clearly gone out. The Democrats want President Trump to reopen the government, and then they can negotiate because Democrats you see are all about border security. This montage is five different democrat. Senators on five different interviews on the Sunday morning shows yesterday all saying the exact same Democrats believe in border security. We do not believe in government shutdown a threat to innocent federal workers. And as a tool for the president to us over and over again to pressure congress put an into the shutdown and put everything on the table reopen the government stop harming our country and our economy, and let's make our best efforts because we all agree we need to invest more in border security, more border security. Let's have at it. But while we're having that debate, let's reopen the government we I should reopen government. Why punish people who are applying for food stamps because the president is having a temper tantrum open government, I but Democrats have always been willing to invest in border security. Clearly, we.
"linski" Discussed on KOMO
"'cause coming up our own elyssa Jaffe and komo's Eric Johnson. Also spoke about this topic in a radio interview Johnson, of course, a former cougar very close to the whole linski family that did a remarkable television special, and he talked about the passing and the secret life of Tyler hill. Linski it is a loss that will forever devastate his family passing that will never be forgotten in Oiseaux football history and a life that komo's Eric Johnson. Wants us all to know more about Eric joins us, Eric. This is the sadness of a Washington state university quarterback. And you went to was you. So this this whole. Is a different place in your heart. It was such a devastating loss. I mean, just the ripple effects of this tragedy. Just just resonated so strongly I think through the state through the entire country because it was so inexplicable Tyler linski had the whole world in the palm of his hands. He was going to be the starting quarterback. He was beloved. He had led the team to one of the most amazing comeback victories of all time. They carried him off the field on their shoulders. He had this bright smile by all accounts the happiest kid in the room. No matter what room he was in. And so it's so mystifying that I wanted to know more about this kid and about his family and about the aftermath with both the university and his family, and there's a picture that a guy named Brandon ferris took after the Boise state game. So Tyler comes in there down by three touchdowns with less than ten minutes left in the game and impossible situation. He rallies the team this incredible. All triple overtime victory. And they carried him off the field on their shoulders storybook ending. And there's this amazing picture of from behind as they're carrying him off the field, and all these hands are reaching out, and people are taking pictures, and it's just a picture of sheer bedlam enjoy to imagine that he went from that to where he ended up all to me is just it's just shocking even now to consider and I wanted to find out as much as I could about him. And I wanted to also in addition to honoring his life us that life to to do what his parents are doing which is to make it a teachable moment to try to stop this from happening again to destroy ties mental illness, especially in the macho world of collegiate athletics. Once again, KOMO radio's Elisa Jaffe, and KOMO TV's Eric Johnson, if you'd like to donate or learn more, go to skis, hope dot ORG. I've Tom hutler. Komo news..