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"lochner" Discussed on #hottakeoftheday

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04:58 min | 8 months ago

"lochner" Discussed on #hottakeoftheday

"Social security armed forces protection trade policy state. Inner governance like all that. Then we'll come back. We'll come back and we'll solve that. If you really still feel passionate about right you know. I the republicans should be able to say that and everyone. Yeah i think it's been forty years in you know we probably don't need to but i do think the president coming out saying the eviction moratorium is probably illegal. But we're going to do it anyway by ourselves. Time and then the supreme court overrules the cdc again. And they're like oh. Wow that was a surprise eilly. I just don't understand how we're tossing laws in why those conversations are happening more often juries. You're being yes. We have more pressing concerns. And you know. I am pleased with the you know the now. We've got a bunch of people that that are from my perspective still very liberal but they call themselves right who saying my body my choice about vaccines and things like that agree. With one. Hundred percent but make it universal. You know totally you can't have that. Intellectual argument has to be an actual honesty right. It has my body. My choice hundred percent. Totally agree i agree and always and so we can't we can't cut it while we'll the one health crisis david and so you get infected. You can make other people sick but like when it comes to a baby. We have to protect the rights or not doesn't really matter but it's like the same theme at least to me. My body might choice. Seems that'll piss off. Probably all of my corless nurse but it's intellectual consistency to me right. Yeah absolutely and and you know it is a choice and there are some there are consequences if you're more lochner spread when you're unvaccinated and that's some steady. Say yes i'm tracy no then there. You have presentable more danger so just like anybody else you know you you. You have the responsibility to kind of inform the people. You're around so that you're making people around you're making choices and vaccinated If if that's a problem for you let me. Let me know occupied distance. Tell me tell me what i need to feel comfortable. That's basic social behavior. That's not that's not. that's nothing you know. Hey that's the same thing for me is like hey feeling a little. I've got a cough. I'm sick but i just wanna let you know before we go to go to lunch that i've got a cost okay. Well then i can make a choice about whether we will or not if i if i have some concern about that right and just again facial social contract. That's not that's not. Some broad a rushing mandate that i think needs to be come into place. It's like treat other people with a little respect like they were people that have a right to make choices to and you're right to make a choice isn't more important. There's right so let's let's talk..

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"lochner" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

05:17 min | 10 months ago

"lochner" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

"Be in the form of lochner away somewhere funniest you know but but the reality the reality is that she's telling the truth you know so And because i'm not going to spend four years with someone in the first year heck probably the first two years. We talked almost every single day. Man i'm not. I'm not exaggerating. So i have a lot of information about what happened to her with her. And there's a bunch of other worldly experiences involved in it it is it is really wild is wild. It's going to be i personally. Think and of course. I hope that is going to be a best seller because you know and andy will be doing the editing for me. And he is also going to be a contributor. This almost sounds. As if and i i hate to bring up his name because i i feel that this is well it at the very least controversy around the legitimacy of some of the claims though. I've had him on the show very nice guy peter moon and talk project. This almost sounds like your montauk project..

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"lochner" Discussed on The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"lochner" Discussed on The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

"And i do remember. My first guitar. Teacher was a A drill sergeant and You know it was like gee court court go like dude. You're scaring the crap out of me. I can't play music. This must be fun emotional. So yeah i'm not worthy. I get it man Boy but Yeah so anyways talking about scaring the crap out of people So let's talk about twenty twenty one. Have you learned from twenty twenty. This year i mean it. Has it taught you anything or has it just solidified. Some of the things that you've already talked about our no well a little bit of both you know twenty twenty in the reason. Twenty twenty is the year that it is because of a pandemic that was agnostic and an impacted every business in every market and in every country and so it wasn't like the recession in two thousand eight that might have hit specific industries and the like but this pandemic affected everybody. And so i say both because you know there's some there's some truisms that i've learned through the years as As it applies to leadership the very first blog. I wrote in two thousand and eight when i started this. Practice in the middle of the last recession was everybody. Looks like an effective leader until the enemy shows up. And in this case the enemy was the pandemic and then we piled on with social unrest in then. We had a an election like no other that we've seen in recent history and so when we look at the the enemy in this case was all these different distractions that caused us to to really see who we really are. And and so that was a truism. What would we didn't what i learn about. The the truth of what that means is how it's applied differently in a lot of different businesses. And so what. I've seen is that. We've gone through these these cycles and everybody's in a little bit of a different place in the sense that hair are we In in back in march and april We were all wondering what the hell just happened. And we were coping and so one of the things that i've realized as a coach..

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Wyoming Doubles Down On Its Long Support For Carbon Capture

Environment: NPR

03:35 min | 1 year ago

Wyoming Doubles Down On Its Long Support For Carbon Capture

"US coal production is down to its lowest level in half a century, but the country's largest coal-producing state is desperate to keep the industry going with support from the trump administration. Wyoming is investing big to try and clean up Kohl's carbon emissions. Wyoming public radio's Cooper has more the largest utility in Wyoming Rocky Mountain power has found. It makes economic sense to start retiring. It's coal plants early, an invest heavily and renewables across the West. That isn't going over well in a state whose economy is tied to call. At a recent public hearing county commissioner can't Connolly said when a plant is shutdown, it's not just jobs that are lost by lose. Fifty percent of the taxes is just as simple. Connolly says it doesn't have to be like this coal plants in Wyoming could stick around if utilities just considered retrofitting them to capture the carbon they emit we will change how goal America. There's no doubt about it we'll get. The idea a coal plant would be retrofitted with new tack. Its emissions would be removed and then sold, but rocky mountain power says right now that technology is too expensive and not proven utilities rick, link says its decision is an economic one. Is Driven by. Changes in the heart condition even so Wyoming is doubling down on its long support for carbon capture. This year lawmakers mandated that by twenty thirty utilities produce a certain amount of electricity from coal plants using carbon capture technology ratepayers bear the expensive that the trump administration is also trying to boost carbon capture. It's passed a federal tax credit in his funding research projects. Holly crude cut oversees several through the University of Wyoming. She envisions capturing co two emissions for a variety of profitable uses including turning them into new products. Building Materials asshole replacement. The problem is many others think the moment for Carbon Capture to help Cole has come and Gone Arizona State University's Klaus Lochner remembers giving presentations promoting carbon capture to the coal industry twenty years ago without that, he warned that climate change would be the industry's demise. Is it look if the comes around, you are not going to be allowed to build a new new coal plant because every bank in the country will know that they will not get their money back. So you bid or buy twenty trinite have the ability to build power plants that. Completely carbon neutral but that hasn't happened Energy Economists Rob. God. Says part of the reason could be politics the Republican Party which strongly supports coal actually may have hurt the industry by downplaying climate change climate change doesn't exist. There's no justification to develop low-carbon technologies like carbon capture. So in an ironic way, the Republicans, kill carbon capture as much as anybody else only one coal plant in the US created a successful business model for carbon capture. It's called Petra Nova in Texas, but that fell apart after the pandemic led to an oil price. Crash analysts, Dennis Wanstead with Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis says he can no longer imagine utility saying, Hey, we really WanNa do this. We really want to build a carbon capture facility and we really WANNA put it on our thirty five year old forty-year-old coal plant improve. It's GonNa. Make Money Wyoming Governor. Mark Gordon isn't put off though he points to wind energy, which also needed help early on, but is now a fast growing industry. He says that means you don't give up for NPR news I'm Cooper mckim

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"lochner" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"lochner" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Children in Pinellas county eleven head start centers in the county are closed because of mold and they could remain closed into next week that's leaving parents of about nine hundred children scrambling to find places for their kids to go ahead start official says she understands the hardship but says the safety of the kids was more important some residents at the seasons at west chase apartment complex in Hillsborough County are coming to the defense of the homeowner who use deadly force on a pair of teenagers who were engaged in a home invasion robbery I did nothing like this ever happen over here ever and I've been here seven years resident Kathryn Lochner tells news channel eight the incident is unnerving for many living in the complex deputies say for Gaither high school students were involved in the robbery one was shot to death another shot and is in critical condition the remaining two were taken into custody as alleged accomplices no Florida cities made the top fifty in the U. S. news and world report's annual list of best paying cities but senior editor Whitney Blair Wyckoff says several Florida metros rank in the top five in pay for certain professions especially in medicine one might speculate that it's because some of the cities are very popular among retirees and so that might be a reason why health care occupations pay so well in the city of Tampa is in the top five for three fields including hearing aids specialists and more than seventy five thousand a year and Sarasota is in the top five for orthodontist the first rocket launch of twenty twenty from Cape Canaveral went off without a hitch here's the countdown three.

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"lochner" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"lochner" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"I'm so excited that I can tell the country about the senator about the Elizabeth Warren not only by but she knows how to win he told supporters this election is a fight for the very soul of the nation a new development in the lead school shooting plot a high point university student accused of planning a school shooting is out of jail nineteen year old Paul Stieber of Boston was released from high point jail yesterday after posting a two hundred fifty thousand dollar cash bond he was arrested back in August on one count of communicating a threat of mass violence and two counts of weapons on campus police say Stever admitted he plotted a shooting and came to North Carolina where he says it would be easier to get a gun I'm Richard styling Faisal teacher and elements county accused of having inappropriate relationships with some of the students fifty eight year old Kenneth Lochner was taken into custody on three felony counts of indecent liberties with the student a watchdog report grading hospitals in the triangle on their safety was released yesterday by the leapfrog group and rates hospitals based on infections surgical errors safety issues and preventative measures WakeMed hospitals in Raleigh and Kerry both received C. grades you and see hospital and some others received in that day as tools planning and zoning commission giving the go ahead for a large housing development in downtown a woman to based developer has plans to build close to five hundred apartments a parking deck and business space I'm Scott Campbell well freeze warning starting to pop is colder air pours into the Carolinas worth fifty this afternoon.

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"lochner" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

07:04 min | 2 years ago

"lochner" Discussed on WJR 760

"Is David Lochner. David recently joined the children's foundation leadership team as our chief financial officer CFO is they say. joining the foundation David spent his career in banking most recently as the president of east Michigan for Huntington bank David also served as the president of Michigan four FirstMerit bank and the director of commercial banking for RBS citizens commercial banking group in Michigan David holds a master of business administration and finance from Washington university in St Louis and a bachelor of instrumental music education from Eastern Michigan University David Locke are welcome to caring for kids thank you Larry and welcome to the foundation thank you could be here we're delighted that you're with us and not only in the room but more importantly with the foundation so over thirty years of banking experience and being a president being a leader how do you think that in those experiences have prepared you for your new role as the CFO of the children's foundation. well you know I've been really blasts over all these years and my banking career to be in a situation where I never stop learning you know most importantly I've learned from and about people. I've worked with a wide range of very talented business people both his clients and his colleagues have learned through the best practices and business management leadership and and concepts around community engagement and community impact you know I've also been a father for the last thirty six years and grandfather for the past seven. and this is taught me the importance of providing young people with kids centric services that offer the very best support for their health and overall well being. so that's a lot. well you're prepared yeah I had but I'm I'm ready to roll yes we are rolling so so tell our listeners that that that may be familiar with the children's foundation since we are the we are the sponsor of this program and then we complement this program with Crain's Detroit business and social media so but they may not be familiar with what a CFO what the role of the CFO is in in in a foundation like ours and in so tell us a little bit about the importance of having someone like you in the position that you're in as the foundation continues to evolve. sure you know this position has most of the traditional roles of a CFO just thought within the financial stewardship and oversight of the financial process sees and those are all important core activities of of any organization in particular in particular important to a foundation and and a non profit I believe also charged with looking at helping to look after a hundred twenty five million dollar investment portfolio yeah that's no small no signal saying now bit did you know more importantly the narrative of the foundation over the past three years has really included a strong change dynamic. our mission as many of our listeners will now has expanded in new directions and geographies and this has had or will have I think implications for most areas of our operation and I moved I'm here to be a strategic partner in support of our core functions and specifically the that's things like grant making and fundraising and advocacy and had our overall engagement with community partners ultimately I'm here to help our team our leadership and our board he'll continue to be successful as we grow the impact that we can all have on the well being of children across the state yeah well that's well said and we're talking with David Loughery who is the children's foundation CFO chief financial officer. and you know what I say to a lot of people is that we indeed or nonprofit organization but we're also a business and so our credibility or transparency are relevance is all based not only on what we support but how we operate. and so it's extremely important to have someone like you making sure that we are efficient effective that were entrepreneurial and and so you explain that very well so now that you've been in the position for a few months have you seen. or how is the transition from banking to the nonprofit world any surprises any things that that you want to match well first light I would like to quickly thank are very talented staff and our support of board who have made it a very welcoming experience and and I've enjoyed in developing new friendships and they've all been very helpful with the th me making this transition it is different but not as different as you might think as you mentioned it is still a business it is still about team work it's still about core functions that they need to propel the foundation forward in its mission so what a lot in common that way they know the foundation has been on the move in it and it wasn't going to slow down for me to catch up so I've been running hard to ramp up in and find some early opportunities to improve our process and effectiveness and. changes been refreshing yeah so it's good to hear and so what are some of the exciting things that that are on the horizon are happening now in the foundation prickly those things that you're involved in well you know just in the last three months that I started with the foundation we've conducted a full day summit focused on pediatric behavioral health with planning conducted three major news events including helping Paul W. as annual Paul W. Smith golf classic. and we were instrumental in last weekend's roast of red wings broadcaster Mickey Redmond for the benefit of the Jamie Daniels foundation another behavior health care initiative of the foundation we announced another exciting round of grants which brings our two thousand nineteen told almost six million if that wasn't enough we announce the the evolution of our brand so that was a lot of very helpful through rants the brand the name and so all happen this summer so we're we're looking forward to a great fall in a even better twenty twenty and your big part of that effort and we're delighted to have you on the team and so thanks for everything you're doing thank you Larry David Lochner who is the children's foundation.

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"lochner" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"lochner" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And. This video of what my FOX and friends hit that I'll put up later on as well. Let's go ahead and kick it into some quick him. All of the news. You would probably miss quick. Headlands that will have them because I was leg day. So don't actually forgive me. Because I don't really I'm asking for forgiveness day. The FBI is investigating some eight hundred fifty cases of domestic terrorism official told the house committee yesterday that they consider it a serious and persistent threat eight hundred and fifty cases now what we need to do this modems and bring charges on all these cats. That's what needs to be happening. I don't know what this is titled g last night. Oh my gosh. This is horrible. I listen to story. No jail time for a California woman accused of trying to drown a baby in a McDonald's. Toilet, a Redwood City woman was accused of trying to drown a baby she had given birth to McDonald's restroom. She will not serve time in prison. Sarah, Jane, Lochner twenty-seven was played on four years supervised probation when you're in jail with credit for time served. She has to also take a parenting class. She pleaded no contest felony child endangerment after she. She was a cashier there. And she tried to literally drown newborn baby face down in the toilet. Her hands were on his back. And when the emergency workers, they baby boy had no full was not breathing. He survived. He's living with his father's. And he's met his milestones. Well, I think this woman. No, I'm I'm all for death penalty. Yep. No. This is also horrible. Ice treks down a dog rapist after Oregon county declines ISIS request to notify them when they were going to release them from jail. A dog rapist Fidel Lopez they actually had to track him down. He's convicted.

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"lochner" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:11 min | 3 years ago

"lochner" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Five five six four to fifty six hundred. Thank you for listening. Follow me on Twitter at walshfreedom some stories. Just don't make any sense some stories are just like crazy. Nothing surprises me. Right. I'm not like other people on the radio that could surprised by or amazed by anything. I don't. But some stories just so piss you off. Make no sense. Anger. You. That I have a hard time. Letting go of this headline Redwood City, California, no jail time for California woman who was accused of trying to drown her baby in McDonald's toilet. A California woman tried to drown her baby. In a McDonald's toilet. And she won't serve any time in jail. The Redwood City woman, she's twenty four years older, names dot important. She tried to drown the baby she had given birth to in this McDonald's restaurant. Court documents show this Friday. She was placed on four years supervised probation and one year in county jail with credit for time served. She was also ordered to complete parenting classes. She took a plea deal. Earlier after prosecutors initially charged her with attempted murder. She instead pleaded no contest to felony child endangerment. She was in employees at this McDonald's. She was a cashier. She was working shift when she went into the bathroom multiple times in complained of stomach pains when co workers noticed that she was trailing blood. She said it was because of a heavy period. A coworker later went to check on Lochner in the bathroom and looked over the stall where she allegedly saw a newborn baby face down in the toilet bowl and Lochner hand on the the moms hand on the child's back. Co worker called police who arrived find the baby boy had no pulse. And was not breathing. Amazingly. I mean miracle of miracles. This child survived. And is now currently living with. His father's aunt and the child is doing well. Prosecutors also said that this woman twenty seven year old woman gave birth to another child at home five years earlier. She reportedly said she didn't know she was pregnant before either of her two birth. Now, look I. I'm not a. I'm not an automatic lock them up kind of guy. And I want violent criminals behind bars. And I don't want our jails full of people who bursts smoking weed or doing other drugs. Right. I'm all about all four prison reform. But this one rubs me wrong. When you when anybody kills or attempts to kill. Baby. An infant. A child. I. I really think that that's so serious. I don't have much sympathy or empathy for that. Here you got a again, a twenty seven year old woman. We're not talking about a fourteen fifteen sixteen year old woman twenty seven year old woman who'd already had a baby. She gives birth to a baby in McDowell's restroom. And she tries to kill that baby. She tries to drown that baby in the toilet. It just makes me want to explode. Killing babies inside the womb killing babies outside the womb. I think it is imperative that society sends a message. Through our government and through our laws in through our judicial system that we will protect those among us who are the most defenceless and that would be.

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"lochner" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"lochner" Discussed on KGO 810

"Ten with you wherever you go. One o'clock on K GO, I'm Nikki medoro. The Trump administration is moving a US navy aircraft carrier group ahead of schedule to the Middle East. Secretary of state might bump AO says the objective is to pressure Tehran to stop its aggressive behavior. We're trying to do is to get a Ron to behave like normal nation. We laid out twelve elements of that every single one of those elements is consistent what we ask every other country in the world to do. So these are not around specific things like not conducting assassination campaigns around the world. Pompeii says the move was made in response to what he says or threats of a possible attack on u s or allied interest by Iran. The larger pressure campaign is included withdrawing from an Obama era nuclear deal reimposing. Sanctions and designating the Iran's revolutionary guard a terrorist organization. President Trump says he's looking into offering athletes at the nation's military academies a waiver to play pro sports before they serve on active duty at ease as he honoured the US military academies football team with the commander in chief strove e the president praised some of its stars and says they should be able to go pro right after graduation, and they'll serve their time after they're finished with professional sports. The Pentagon two years ago rescinded such policy with then secretary Jim Mattis, saying the service academies exist to develop future officers may graduates would serve I they now have to spend two years on active duty before applying for reserve status. The Pentagon says it's unaware of any impending changes saga megani at the White House. Hey, Redwood City woman who tried to drown her newborn baby in the restroom of McDonald's restaurant has been sentenced to five years probation twenty seven. Seven year old Sarah Lochner had been looking at four year prison term. The judge said though, Lochner action whereas worthy of prison. She would give her a chance of probation the baby survived the ordeal and San Francisco's new fire. Chief has been sworn into office Janine Nicholson is a twenty five year veteran of the department and its first LGBT chief she takes over for JoAnne. Hayes.

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"lochner" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

11:12 min | 3 years ago

"lochner" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"John bachelor. This is the John Batchelor show. Professor, Richard Epstein, a senior felt the Hoover Institution riding into finding ideas is commenting on an address at the federalist society national students post. The topic of the service of economic liberty. Now before you all run to corners of the room to look up economic liberty. This turns into be a melodramatic case of supreme court decision Lochner versus New York which was decided in nineteen o five. And is now the source of enmity by the present chief Justice of the United States. John roberts. Puzzling. You bet that's why we need Richard resin, a very good evening to you. Now, I've read Lochner summary, and it has to do with a bakery in New York and a law passed by the New York legislature. This is nineteen zero five meeting that was heavily influenced by Tammany, but in any event a law that forbade bakeries to employ workers more than ten hours a day and sixty hours a week. The supreme court Hecht came in in nineteen o five and on Horst that law and very much in the in the guise of claiming that it was economic. Liberty that they were in at that. They were endorsing liberty. John Roberts reviles that decision. Locked in versus New York any group said, and I'm following your reporting with free other supreme court decisions over the last two hundred years, which I think we can uniformly agree are of one is dread. Scott fifty eight hundred fifty six plus versus Ferguson that separate but equal Ninety-six and the car Matsuo decision of nineteen forty four that permitted the concentration of Japanese American citizens during World War Two, but what doesn't belong. And why in your argument is Lochner versus New York. What about Lochner upsets the chief Justice? And what about Lochner is vital for us to understand economic liberty? Good evening to you. Yes. Well, let's go back to the beginning. Lock. No. You didn't quite stated exactly it was only some kinds of baker's not all kinds of bakers, and this was treated as evidence that it was a political deal at state in the state legislature to protect certain. Acres from competition by certain other kinds of baker's. So historically the way the decision goes is it starts with a case called Allegheny in about eighteen ninety six in which the supreme court uniformly hold that. When you talk about the rights of individuals having to the due process clause, the phrase liberty for the word liberty has the meaning to cover liberty of contract with freedom of contract. Well, obviously, if you're gonna cover freedom of contract, you cannot cover it. Absolutely. So as to say if you and I entered into a contract. A murderer third person is protected by the due process, clauses the constitution. So the moment you commit yourself to this definition of liberty you necessarily have to read into this particular provision of the constitution, a police Powell limitation, and that limitation lisp additionally defined in four ways it had to do with the safety, the health, the general, welfare and the malls. So the population are the two heads that really matter here, I health and safety. And the argument was made that the restrictions in this particular case, which is to protect the health of the bakers from the aggressions of their particular employers. And so what happened is you? Now have to ask the question is that what's really going on is this a health and safety regulation, or is it something else? And so in his opinion Justice Ruth is packed spent an enormous amount of time asking whether or not this was within the police power or whether it's felt without it. And if it's falling without it. There are two possible ways that you could explain the case, it's a paternal regulation telling people, we know what's better for you than you know, what for yourself, and he said, that's not acceptable. Or it was an anticompetitive regulation, which says the rubber bakers out there who are not going to be affected by this statute. And so therefore put when you put it on these bakers. Oh what you're doing is. You're essentially tilting the economic tables in one direction rather than another and that actually turns out to be the correct explanation. Put the modes of. Production and locker was a small Baker. He had one group of workers. They came in the late afternoons bake the bread went to sleep got up in the morning and collected the bread and they won the job for about fourteen fifteen hours they slept in the middle. And if you look at the statute, which has the maximum hours provisions, it also has an adequate ventilation sleeping quarters provisions just before which helps regulation that was not challenge. And so as he looks at this thing often them says all you're trying to do is to drive these bakers out of business because the standard union baker's. I'm had a very different system of production. They had one crew come in the afternoon, then another crew coming in the morning. Neither of these who's worth over ten hours. So there was a disparate impact. All this was very nicely explicatives by name David Bernstein, who wrote a book called reconstructing Lochner, and you turn it not from a situation where the government is essentially trying to protect people against helpless, aggressive employs, you turn it as a state. Making an anticompetitive statement. Why do we know that this is true? The name of the cases locked against New York. It's a criminal prosecution. This is not a case where an angry worker comes up and quits and says I want more money than I was given because I was oppressed. And it was exactly that particular feature which describe how the case was worth. Now, I suppose the next thing is why Justice, but just Robertson unhappy about what would lock stands for is an age in which it turns out that economic regulation of market behavior is now subject to serious constitutional scrutiny. And if you're gonna do that with locked the entire new deal. Progressive agenda is all. And therein lie there in lies the critical nature of this case, Richard because one more time in a presidential contest. Where to see the major candidates clash over the presumption of the that the new deal new best. We can see the new green deal echoes of that period in the nineteen thirties where if I follow your general argument, these last years economic liberty was abridged. Yes. And so what happens is if you look at the National Labor Relations act that was clearly unconstitutional under lock how do we know? Because in a case called a day or decided in nineteen eight and in another case called Coppedge in Kansas decided in nineteen fifteen what happens is the supreme court strikes down. I federal and then the state law both of which say in effect that it's criminal to insist that workers agree not to be a member of the union in order to get a job. And the so called yellow dog contract, then becomes the? The industry standard. And what that means is you can tell an employee you wanna work for us. You can't have dual loyalties. You cannot be a member of the union. You can't promise to be a member of the union if you want to quit and then join a union, that's fine. Why are they so insistent upon this, absolutely solid reasons? The typical situation you had was in the minds and minds are very heavy source of contention because there's no way if you don't like the business climate in the state of West Virginia, you can take all your coal out of the state and moved down to Tennessee. And what happens is that coal sits in the ground. Now, what you do is you start to get it up. Then you want to get it out. And if all the workers on the particular job can pull off without a moment's notice. And call us Frank you've had a huge expenditure. The coal is left. Idle inside the mind and you go bankrupt unless you cut a very strong deal. And so the whole point of the dot contract was to make sure that that hold up would not happen. You trying to five hundred workers individually for breach of their. Contract. But if you can enjoy the union, but pulling them off inducement of breach of contract, either hold the union responsible and damages for the loss you stop this stuff in its tracks. So nineteen Eighty-three when we compensate liberating the fiftieth anniversary of the new deal, high defended the yellow dog contract in no uncertain terms before a somewhat surprised audience at Yale Law School and was greeted with shrieking opposition, most, notably by men named Julius Gettman who could not believe that anybody who was sane sober could ever think that he dot contract made sense. And he said I was hopelessly obsolete my stinky, and I pulled him economics. Amusing is quite up to date. What happens is all the economics that was used in the nineteen thirties to justify union was essentially on based upon it kind of odd notion of inequality of bargaining power where it was said that the big employees had a necessary advantage over the small employees are the general rule is if you've got competition and you're on. Paying somebody in the wages. There's going to be a mind that's gonna open up next door some unrelated business. It's gonna hire those workers the way, and if you actually look at the wage pass in the first third of the twentieth century when all this injustice was set to be taking place. It turns out to say union uniform upward trend consistent with the increases in the level of worker productivity. And in fact, one of the things I like to say about Lachmann that particular era is between eighteen seventy and nineteen forty roughly speaking, the Lochner in supreme court jurisprudence, that's the era of greatest human progress in the history of the world in any particular country anyway, and so the idea that somehow or other when you actually look at Lochner, it has adverse social facts, that's crazy. The point about this is unions are real job killers under these circumstances. They don't make any more sense. They do today than they did. Then the big difference today, and it's much harder to organize workers because it turns out their jobs, much, more variegated. So they're not as willing to join. In a collective bargaining ago. She, but there's never been a time where union organization is actually made sense. If what you're trying to concern yourself with this a social welfare function rather than the benefits of the individual workers who joined the union who take the hide out of workers who cannot get jobs out of employee and shareholder profits and out of their customers. And so I've always said if you're a radical individualism, it doesn't care about anybody else, you support union if you're interested in overall, social welfare, you support the employers because they're in favor of a competitive system, and that is much more, socially optimal. If the employee is wanted to collude against the workers, that's an antitrust violations. And you want to have no part of that. However, the supreme court chief Justice continues to identify Lochner as one of the four which decisions based upon his presumption that we're allowing our own feelings are on preferences in in place of the law. That's a puzzling term it has to do with the cultural assumptions of the moments when we come back. We'll put the chief Justice to test on this Richard Epstein of the Hoover Institution writing defining ideas about Lochner and economic liberty. I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show..

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"lochner" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"lochner" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"They can tell the story about it. Or maybe they have an opinion on it. Maybe not so harsh on these parents. So let's talk to them. Mike. Oh, you're on the John and Ken show. Hey, John can take some me. Hey, I've got two daughters that one went to Columbia graduated last year in med school this year, my daughter's graduating from Stanford I was barraged with questions and comments from friends and relatives are you? Sure. They got in there. Okay. And it's really insulting. Because they know how hard my daughter's work to get in there. Right. And and they think you're a criminal. Yeah. Yeah. Like, I did something wrong, and they did something wrong. And then, you know, their accomplishments make me be diminished, but they're strong. They're going to be fine. Why why do you why do you think they would suspect that you you and your daughters did something why? Oh because we are to to get into a lethal. And they don't. Yeah. It's gonna founded that they didn't think they were smart enough for accomplished enough. I know just, you know, her mom in me. You know, we're affluent enough to maybe, you know, propose something like that. But that wasn't the case. I don't even understand how d and UCSD is considered an elite school. Need just turned him down. No, not going. There is no thanks for calling. I hear that from some people. I mean, you told me that s like the school to be in for the west side. The entertaining I talked to a lot of other people in the real world. And the like what's the big deal about SC? So what the entertainment industry that's for a lot of the fathers and mothers went, and that's where they want their kids to go. There's a lot of celebrities that go there. It's the cool school. It's the cool kids school on the west side. That's why it's part of the thing that I was talking about your kids have to go to a certain place or otherwise, they look at you funny. Like, you're not going to the cool L if you live on the west side, you said my kids, go to yell or Harvard. It'd be like a big deal. What about SC? Yep. I'd be weird. But it's probably true. Amy. You're on the John and Ken show. Wow. I listen to you guys all the time. I agree with you. These parents could not get a tap without their kids if they support of their kids they would encourage them with their own their own skills. Well, it gets not everybody has college. And and we don't like people cheating and jumping in line. Just like. Illegal immigration throw that in there. All right. Thanks for calling. Well, good one. Maybe they should have. You're right. Maybe they should just let Lori Lachlan continue social media career and she didn't want to go to SC anyway. Yeah. She made that khloe Lachlan's daughter daughter Olivia's her name, right? Yeah. But the thing is she couldn't go to a quote lesser state school because then everybody would in Bel Air would be going. Well, what happened? What's wrong? Now. You can't you can't do that. Really? They'd like a couple of steps back away. And what I read people magazine. Just now is that Lori Lochner Laurie Lachlan and her husband are finding out who their real friends are many friends are distancing themselves. Here. They're abandoned. Yeah. Because I want to be associated with your scandal. Right. Skirt either way. And is pretty funny. I will take more of your calls people coming from all directions on this college admissions scandal story, obviously. And I love that guy that just called it. People are suspecting that his two daughters got into elite schools because he did some bribing. It's terrible. I feel bad for what that's what your friends think you buddy, one eight hundred five two zero one five three four John and Ken KFI. Debra.

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"lochner" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"lochner" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Just spoke with Bloomberg's Lauren Coleman Lochner about this. And I asked her now that the deal is done. What? Next. That is a great question. And I have to tell you that I've certainly been hearing a lot of skepticism as to whether this company can turn around because at this point people are asking what is different, you know, is there a different plan as they're different management. That's going to be in place, the essay of shed they've closed a lotta the unprofitable stores, but. The trend for Sears has been downwards. They've been losing shoppers over the years they've been losing billions of dollars on. There is not a lot of optimism that this can succeed department store shopping in general is down. I mean, you've got Amazon prime guy. You know, you've got all these online retailers. So are we trying to keep Sears around Dudin nostalgia? Or is this really a business model that could actually still work in, you know, twenty tonnes America. Well, that's the problem. We've seen a wave of retail bankruptcies in recent years and the trends are are gets a cold for department stores in particular small based retailers on we just put out a story saying that pay less now preparing its second bankruptcy filing in less than two years. So yeah, the trend the trends are tough and people have changed their shopping habits not just where they shop by what they're spending their money on. They're not buying as many close there. Spending experiences. And none of this is good for retailers in general, but we have plenty of driving retailers. And we have new brands that are emerging that are that are capturing a lot of the share that companies like Sears ones held is Bloomberg's Loren Coleman Lochner. Now. This bankruptcy deal means nearly forty five thousand jobs at.

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"lochner" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"lochner" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Eddie Lampert getting another chance to save the Sears bed. Loren Coleman Lochner has been nonstop Sears since Friday night along with her colleagues. And then, of course, for years before that Caceres is the story that just keeps on giving. Also nonstop has been our Elisa Ronald hat, and she is high yield a distress credit. Reporter Lauren is consumer retail reporter both at Bloomberg news. And both in our Bloomberg interactive brokers studio and Lawrence so excited to beat here. I am. So the two of them on our way out last night Lawrence like, I been working on the stories it's Friday night. And then of course for years, but we we guys both have. Yes. Eleven thirty pm to be exact. There was no weekend for these women. So where shall we? Start liquidation. Is it not happening? Not as of now. Everything's on pause. The various stakeholders here they gathered in court today. Tried to hash things out. The judge was really pushing everyone to try one last time to come up with a route. That would actually allow Sears is fifty thousand or more employees to remain in jobs, or at least some of them. So the judge really wanted the company to find a way to make this rescue bid work, and is it because of those workers have if it was five thousand workers or ten thousand workers would we be having this discussion, it's a huge consideration. And we've seen politicians and others pension funds stepping up after we saw the demise of toys arrive last year that was thirty plus thousand people we're starting to see this concern surface in a much bigger way. Why why is? I mean, I think it's a good thing. Because I think but why why now? Yeah. I think you have people like Elizabeth Warren have an election coming logistics. Yeah. Not to say that this is not sincere. It certainly is. But we, you know, these groups are getting organized to these retailers are organizing in the representatives have been really effective in bringing these issues to the attention of people like pension fund managers, and it's also just such a big company anytime that there's a company retailers this big with this, many employees. You do see the judge really speak up and try to make an effort. And what does the market make a how to investors look at it?.

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"lochner" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"lochner" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Monterey. Okay. Well, what did you see the we've got a couple of minutes before the break. What did you see? Well, I just saw like you'll see a bright light rising from area passed. So suddenly spikes come home for you. And you just see like it's completely open. You you see like. A on the bottom line moving off down. What did you think? Like, also like very you cannot. Here. Yeah. I've seen a lot of UFO's. I'm gonna ask Tyler about this. Now, I've seen a lot d I haven't heard anything isn't that strange Tyler with all of the and thank you for the phone call the Tyler with all of the videos that you have coming in of different objects. Have you anything ever capture any crazy audio that is that is something strange that I that? Honestly, I don't come across a lot a lot of these objects are extremely silent. Which I would think I mean, if you're if you're that advanced to where you can visit another planet, you have anti gravity or whatever tech you're using. I would think that silence would be an afterthought that you figured out hundreds of thousands of years ago. There have been I had gotten videos of strange, what is the most enigmatic topics that I like to post about aim videos. Are these strange phantom sound that people record and hear me where they will be? They will sense that there's something in the sky the record this guy. But there will be nothing there. Sure enough right over that same direction that they're recording from you will hear the sound these screeching sort of machinery or crass like sounds moving over you as if there was something very large moving over you. And in some instances, I've been able to get footage where I it. Good enough to where as things are moving through the cloud. You can actually bring out sort of an outline of these things as they're passing through because as they pass through the atmosphere, and these clouds, it great sort of an indirect effect where it brings these objects, which in my opinion, or my guess would be that they're cloaked they're using some sort of cloaking mechanism. And when you're going through clouds and heavy atmosphere, you're going to get some indirect re revealing of these craft as you're moving through, the cloud, and I've gotten out on video. And so yeah, that that is a big sort of side phenomenon. We're not sure whether to link it in with aliens or with secret government work or just something weird unexplained, but I've gotten many audio of and I'm sure you've heard about it of the strange loud, screeching or machinery type sound echoing through the skies where they cannot figure out where it's coming from. And those are truly mysterious I've got about thirty seconds here before we hit the brake have you received video of any creatures of any, you know, graze anything on terra firma. Yeah. I mean, I I've over the years, and I'm very careful when it comes to posting pictures of straight aliens. Because again, I think you have to have a little bit of common sense when you're talking about this topic or researching it because you have to say, okay. I understand that they may be coming here in craft to monitor us and silent craft monitoring us. They leave to go back out into space all been documented and many times. But you have to think what would the reason be for an alien gray or a rep toyed or whatever you wanna call them. Why would they be walking out in your bare feet? In the line of sight of cameras, and then the last to be captured, and so I've gotten some pictures here. And then the more to the point I've I've looked at pass stories and incidents. Let me jump in. I gotta take a quick break right here. Tyler will be right back. Thailand Lochner is our guest. This is coast to coast AM..

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"lochner" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

13:31 min | 3 years ago

"lochner" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"To coast AM. I'm your host Jimmy church. Nothing like a Saturday night on coast. And tonight, my guests are Tyler Lochner and Chad Kayla. Chad's going to be live with us in the studio a little bit later, and we'll be taking your calls to as well because it's my first show, I show back for two thousand nine hundred and Tyler Klockner is with us now of secure team ten and Tyler the one question that I have that is probably the first thing that anybody would ask you is quite simply how do you pick your videos? Well. In the original days of his little tricky because you early days you had a few channels out there. But a lot of them were full of fakes you, you didn't know it was hard to gauge what was real what wasn't over the years though after years of running security team and going through so many thousands of pieces of footage. Well, you you you automatically want to gauge the footage immediately because that's going to tell you, first and foremost, it's real if it looks dodgy before I even read the Email that came with it. So I review the footage. I like to save a pretty good eagle eye and being able to figure out whether it's a CGI hoax, or it's in doctored in any way. Then I'll read the emails and check out the source of the footage. See if their story checks out, you know, just just your basic investment investigative tools to try. Trying to figure out, but there's some things on the level. So if it seems on the level, and it seems like it could be something natural. But it also could be something unnatural then that's perfect for what I wanna post on the channel. Because I've as I've said before if I only posted videos that I was one hundred percent sure about that. I would never post any videos. So it's the videos where where does that mean, I don't understand well because a lot of people will say well. Tyler you posted this certain UFO video and one person one year will say, well, it's obviously a a light reflecting off of Venus. And why did you need to waste time posted this and other viewer will say, well, it certainly looks like a craft of some sort and definitely looks like it needs to be investigated further. So you'll get the sort of these troll comments or messages from people saying well Tyler come on get on your game you. Yeah. It was easy to to tell the this was natural or or whatever that's where I come in and say, well, look. Especially in the game of Ufology. Nothing is hardly ever on the level. Nothing. No piece of footage comes with a you know, a nicely neatly packed dossier of of evidence and information backing it up one hundred percent. A lot of it's touch and go you gotta give stuffing eyeball, and what I tell people is look, I know you guys want the perfect video of an alien landing on the White House lawn. Mhm just say one hundred percent, this is it. But until we get there we're gonna we're gonna have other videos of strange things in the sky strange things happening around the earth. And if you expect me to only post videos, where I one hundred percent know, what this is or isn't that we're seeing this video, then I would basically have no videos to post, and that's because this topic is so elusive, and that's the point of posting these videos where we're not sure what we're seeing because then we need to investigate them. We need to try to figure out what it is. That's the whole point of the channel. So I think some people believe that I should be able to just reach out and pull out of thin air, the smoking gun video. And if I don't have that smoking gun, then I shouldn't waste time. Posting any other videos that I'm not one hundred percent sure about basically and again. My take is look this topic. They've been trying to cover it up. They're continuing to cover it up. So a lot of the stuff we get it's going to be vague. It's gonna take some investigation to get to the bottom of it. And that is the point of the channel some people think that because of who I am because secure team has grown to the popularity at has that I somehow should have all the answers, not every single thing. I post should be rock-hard solid backed up by data and evidence. And that's just not how it works. Do you consider yourself a UFO researcher? Now, how do you classify yourself? Well, I was having a discussion with someone the other day who had taken a couple of top shots at me. Who told me, bro, you're nothing, but an entertainer you're good at your job. You know? But you're not a researcher. You're not a pioneer in your follow g you're not a UFO allergist. You're not a serious documentarian. You're not said this. You're not that. And I said, look, I could care less about labels. I've never cared about labels. You can call me whatever you want. What I like to call myself is a guy on YouTube is heavily vested and interested in the strange and unknown things happening on and off of our planet, and I like to post videos and attempts to put the pieces together. Now, do you want to call that a researcher or journalist or whatever what have you? I don't really care for labels, people know what I'd do. You only got to watch one or two years of mine to see that. I'm an easy going guy doesn't pretend to be the God of Ufology. And you know that that's how it is. When I'm wrong. I let the viewers. No, I'm wrong. Usually some calling me out and telling me, I'm wrong. But you know, I think the reason people watch secure team is because they know I'm not taking myself too. Seriously. I don't have a big head. I don't pretend to know all the answers. I get things wrong. Just like anyone? But what I do have is a very sharp by and I have a. Tune to search out and find stories or video that are perplexing that are that are inning Matic, and that I know my viewers to see so as for a label just call me a YouTube or on a quest. Youtuber YouTube a quest. I'll go with that. As a matter of fact, I'll I'll get a t shirt made for you. Let me let me ask you. Let me ask you this. You've probably seen as much video out there on the subject as anybody else myself included, have you come to any conclusions? What do you think is is going on? Why definitely I I certainly think that something going on that there is something going on this phenomenon is very real. And when I say phenomenon because I think it's very good to be clear. The in the words that were discussing here, I'm talking about the alien phenomenon defend nominarion of unknown vehicles that exhibit ways of flight and propulsion that are unknown to what we have here on earth. And I think there is a hell of a lot of evidence to prove that we are. We have been for years been visited by craft that are certainly not ours. Now, that's not to say, I haven't seen other footage of craft that definitely do look like they may have been engineered or reverse engineered by us. That are being tested by the powers that be. So I think you have a mix of the two I think we are getting to a point where our own technology is giving the government's the ability to create some pretty crazy stuff, some some pretty crazy stealth aircraft. And when you have those getting up there getting mixed up and being caught on video. Mean you have videos of the of the unexplained crash getting caught up in mixed in. Yeah. I definitely think that this phenomenon is real both the phenomenon of yes, we're being visited and the phenomenon of seeing these anti gravity stealth craft being created by our government. But first and foremost are we being visited by something outside of earth? Yes, indeed. One hundred percent, that's my opinion after doing southlands of videos interviews and just painstaking late night work. And it if you've done and seen everything I have I don't see how you can have any sort of different. Answer than what I have. Which is that. Yes. Definitely something's happening. We are being visited the. The other harsh question, and I'm going to be very direct with you. The other harsh question you, and I have talked about this privately off the air. But we're gonna do it live on the here. The which is okay. Tyler is creating these videos, right? He's a CGI expert. He's got a team of of of animators, and they're cranking this stuff out. And that's that's something that you obviously have to face. But when you hear something like that, what's your reaction? What's your answer? Wisely. I just kind of laugh and brush it off, you know. I just kind of look at my wife, you know, because my wife is my best friend, and I kinda look at her. She follows what I do closely. You know, she loves it. She thinks she thinks it's cool. What I'm doing, you know, and I'll talk to her after I make a video and kind of let her watch it and say, hey, Honey, I want to show you this footage. It's really cool. Tell me what you think and. And you know, you. If anyone knew me, they'd know first of all that the first of all, well, I don't have any sort of experience with CGI. I've never had it in my life. You can dig into my background, you know, after effects and all this stuff that these guys used to create this crap. I'd never done it ever. I I wouldn't know how to use it. I use a very simple set of a couple tools to edit my videos along with a microphone that's about as good as I get. Now, if I were to to attempt to try to create a fake, it it probably wouldn't make the top list of the ten worst fake. It would be right. Not to say that fakes haven't every once in a great while made their way onto the channel. And that's just what that's just how the game works. You're dealing with thousands of people thousands of pieces of footage. Some of these things look better than others. Some of them they make them almost indistinguishable from the real thing. And you kind of look at it. And you say, well, look, I'm going to show my viewers because even if I maybe think it's real or fake, the viewers are some of the smartest people I've ever met, and they will catch onto it quicker than probably I would. So if I'm on the fence that's still a good enough reason for me to post it on the channel. And usually I do but as far as making them. No there there is so much strangeness happening around the world at any given day at all hours of the day with all of the footage and all the stories that come in to me. It's almost comical to me that there would actually be people out there wasting hours and hours time doing these mockups CGI videos when there's so much out there, there's so much real footage. And that's what I try to stick with I can spot CGI these days from a mile away and. You know, I it's it's off to the trash bin the moment. I catch it, you know. And like I said sometimes in the earlier days got through and we'd eventually figure out what they were. And we said, okay. We busted him. We won't take any more footage from this guy again. And we'll know what to look for next time. I think that's a fair point. And I think that's a fair way to go about things. I mean, no one can become perfect without breaking semantics and without going through some tribulations because that's how you learn and gross actually happy that people tried to fool me in the past because it only sharpened by. And if we're talking about today, or at least the past couple of years, you go through all myself, videos, and you point to any of them. That's that's a CGI piece of footage that I that I left up there and never, you know, debunked, and I'll give you a million dollars because I guarantee you there's not one I don't have CGI in my videos, and when they do slip in..

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"lochner" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:50 min | 3 years ago

"lochner" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Coast to coast AM. I'm your host Jimmy church. Nothing like a Saturday night on coast. And tonight, my guests are Tyler Lochner and Chad Kayla chats going to be live with us in the studio a little bit later, and we'll be taking your calls to as well because it's my first show, I show back for two thousand nineteen and Tyler Klockner is with us now of secure team ten entitled the one question that I have that is probably the first thing that anybody would ask you is quite simply how do you pick your videos? Well. In the original days of his little tricky because you. Early days you had a few channels out there. But a lot of them were full of fakes. You didn't know it was hard to gauge what was real what wasn't over the years though after years of running security team and going through so many thousands of pieces of footage. Well, you you you automatically want to gauge the footage immediately because that's gonna tell you first and foremost, if it's real if it looks dodgy before I even read the Email that came with it. So I review the footage. I like to save a pretty good eagle eye at being able to figure out whether it's a CGI hoax, or it's been doctored in any way. Then I'll I'll read out the emails and check out the source of the footage. See if their story checks out, you know, just just your basic investment investigative, you know, tools to trying to figure out whether something's on the level. So if it seems on the level, and it seems. Seems like it could be something natural. But it also could be something unnatural then that's perfect for what I wanna post on the channel. Because as I've said before, you know, if I only posted videos that I was one hundred percent sure about that. I would never post any videos. So it's the videos where where does that mean, I don't understand well because a lot of people will say well. Tyler you posted this certain UFO video and one person one year will say, well, it's obviously a light reflecting off Venus. And why did you need to waste time posted this and another viewer will say, well, it certainly looks like a craft of some sort and definitely looks like it needs to be investigated further. So you'll get the sort of these troll comments or messages from people saying well Tyler come on get on your game you. Yeah. It was easy to to tell that this was natural or or whatever. That's right. Come in and say, well, look. Especially in the game of Ufology. Nothing is hardly ever on the level. Nothing. No piece of footage comes with a, you know, a nicely neatly dossier of of evidence and information backing it up one hundred percent. A lot of it's touch and go you gotta give stuffing eyeball, and what I tell people is look, I know you guys want the perfect video of an alien landing on the White House lawn. Just say one hundred percent, this is it. But until we get there we're gonna we're gonna have other videos of strange things in the sky strange things happening around the earth. And if you expect me to only post videos, where I one hundred percent know, what this is or isn't that we're seeing this video then I would basically have no videos to post, and that's because this topic is so elusive, and that's the point. Of posting these videos where we're not sure what we're seeing because then we need to investigate them. We need to try to figure out what it is. That's the whole point of the channel. So I think some people believe that I should be able to just reach out and pull out of thin air, the smoking gun video. And if I don't have that smoking gun, then I shouldn't waste time. Posting any other videos that I'm not one hundred percent sure about basically, and again, my take is look this topic. They've been trying to cover it up. They're continuing to cover it up. So a lot of the stuff we get it's going to be vague. It's gonna take some investigation to get to the bottom of it. And that is the point of the channel some people think that because of who I am because secure team has grown to the popularity. It has that I somehow should have all the answers that every single thing. I post should be rock-hard solid backed up by data and evidence. And that's just not how it works. Do you consider yourself a UFO researcher? Now, how do you classify yourself? Well, I was having a discussion with someone the other day who had taken a couple of top shots at me. Who told me, bro, you're nothing? But an entertainer you're good at your job. You know? But you're not a researcher. You're not a pioneer in you. You're not a UFO allergist. You're not a serious documentarian. You're not that this. You're not that. And I said, look, I could care less about labels. I've never cared about labels. You can call me whatever you want. What I like to call myself is a guy on YouTube is heavily vested and interested in the strange and unknown things happening on off of our planet, and I like to post videos and attempts to put the pieces together. Now,.

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"lochner" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:16 min | 3 years ago

"lochner" Discussed on KTOK

"To everyone listening all around the world all across the United States. We're coming to you live. Are you ready the video anomaly headquarters, that's right, which tonight is coast to coast AM studios right here in Los Angeles, California standing literally standing tonight. I'm your host to meet church and tonight, my guest are Tyler Lochner and Chad k-league big night tonight. It is it is my first night back on coast to coast and my first show in two thousand nineteen hope. Everybody had a great New Year's Rita. And I spent our new years with friends and family out in Las Vegas. It was extraordinarily. And I hope that everybody had a great safe New Year's, and as we look ahead to two thousand nineteen and every broadcast that I do. Okay. And I'm being serious for a second. Let's sit down. Let's talk every broadcast that I do whether it's on fade to black or over here at coast. I want everything to be an event. That's it. I don't phone it in. I never do. I want the entire audience to go. You know, go into that zone of of. Oh, man. Here we go. This is gonna get good. Because that's what I used to do. And I used to look back with anticipation of this the late night on coast. And I know the feeling and I know you know, what I'm talking about. We all do it. Now back in the day before the net. Back in the day before the net. With radio all you had was voices. And that's would paint the picture, but slowly the internet allowed for websites and radio programming to sort of you know, simulcast and images and video could be presented and accompany the conversation going on over the airwaves and art bell. And coast was one of the very first to do this. And it's a tradition that continues to this day. Now, this is where I'm going with this because with the introduction of real video playback on the web that brought us a whole new era of UFO's of ghosts the paranormal conspiracies and recording that video or capturing images got easier and cheaper to do. And I realized that today we take all of that. For granted. Everybody walks around with the ability to capture high def video and images. Everybody's got a really nice, Android. I phone and we can do that. Right. We're used to it. But ten years ago. He kicked any kick. Big time ten years ago ghost hunting paranormal shows took over television. And they were everywhere. And just like everyone else, I got hooked. I would search the net for the real ghosts, the real UFO's, the real videos time travel and for me. It was the reason to have an internet connection in the first place, and that's all I used it for and over time. To develop the ability to use discernment right to weed out. What was real? And what was not? And that was the game that was played on the net. You know, and I loved it. I ate it up. Well, last year Chad k-league came out with his film Serrano face where he presents a quick clip of a full bodied something. And when I first saw and Chad was, but you know, he's on faded black was on coast to coast with me here when the film was released, and when I first saw it, I didn't think I was seeing a ghost. I didn't what I thought it was something more. It was it was alien. And I didn't say anything to about it to to Chad. I didn't want to take my my UFO had often and show it to him. I just thought he sees a ghost. Let's leave it at that. But the more that I watched the clip the more that I felt like I was seeing a gray, you know, the kind of gray. So last month. Chad calls me any reaches out and wanted some comments from me about his new film, and it's called to face the gray. And it's the Serrano face sequel, which polls sir face away from the paranormal and into the and I'm not joking the UFO alien ET question and ex. And it's exactly what I thought. I saw the first time around so later on tonight. Chad is going to be with us live in the studio here to discuss his new film, and what it's like to be thrust into the UFO community. He's getting a taste of it right now. But first up tonight, my guest.

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