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UK offers new North Sea oil, gas licenses despite opposition

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 hr ago

UK offers new North Sea oil, gas licenses despite opposition

"The British government has opened a new licensing round from North Sea oil and gas exploration despite criticism from environmentalists and scientists who say the move does not help fight climate change The conservative government argues that extracting more fossil fuels from the North Sea will create jobs and strengthen UK energy security and is less environmentally harmful than importing gas and oil from abroad environmentalists say the only way to limit global warming to the internationally approved target of 2.7°F above pre industrial levels is to stop extracting fossil fuels almost 900 new exploration blocks and partial blocks of the North Sea are thought to be available Charles De Ledesma London

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Thailand mourns children, others slain by ex-police officer

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 4 hrs ago

Thailand mourns children, others slain by ex-police officer

"Relatives grieving a staggering loss allowing flowers at a day care center in rural northeastern Thailand where a police officer slaughtered dozens of people including children as young as two who were napping It's like our heart is broken many pieces Says her nephew was only two years and 11 months old when he was killed at his day care center She's sitting with her sustained law and mother as they await news of a visit by the king and queen of Thailand Government officials in white uniforms are laying reefs at ceremonial tables in front of the center's main door as a faded Thai flag flies at half mask They're followed by weeping family members who gather their hands in prayer before placing white flowers on the wooden floor I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Biden says risk of "Armageddon" highest since Cuban Missile Crisis

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 12 hrs ago

Biden says risk of "Armageddon" highest since Cuban Missile Crisis

"President Joe Biden says the risk of a nuclear Armageddon is the highest since the Cuban missile crisis nearly 60 years ago In a speech at a New York fundraiser for the democratic senatorial campaign committee President Biden said Russian president Vladimir Putin was not joking when he talks about the use of tactical nuclear weapons or biological or chemical weapons The president adding we have not faced a prospect of Armageddon since Kennedy and the Cuban missile crisis Biden's remarks are the starkest warnings yet by the U.S. government They come at a time that the Russian military has had major battlefield losses in its war on Ukraine

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Jim Carafano Discusses His Recent Trip to Ukraine

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:40 min | 17 hrs ago

Jim Carafano Discusses His Recent Trip to Ukraine

"I am Sebastian gorka, this is America first with one of our regulars mister national security and foreign policy for the conservative mothership. It is, of course, the heritage foundation heritage and colonel Jim caravan of doctor carafano is freshly back from Ukraine, and he has so much to share with us. Don't you, Jim. So this is weird, you know, I was in the army for 25 years. I was never deployed to a combat zone once. And in the last two months, I've been in two combat zones, so you had two busy playing with those nuclear weapons. I care, right? I guess. So I had another group of experts working with a Polish think tank. So we went to Ukraine. You fly to the border, the Polish border. The Polish border take a train to ten hour train ride to Kyiv. So you and Boris Johnson, secret trainer. Yeah, yeah, everybody takes the secret train ride. It's a private train. It runs at night. The security is ridiculous. Everybody, WeChat our own SEAL Team 6 guy. I mean, it wasn't SEAL Team 6, but they look like social security. Yeah, they look like something out of the movie. And everywhere we had like this arsenal. And I was just like, I've pitied anybody that would come after us. But these were supplied by the Ukraine government. This was actually these were actually supplied by the Polish government. Wow. And so we went to bucha, which is the high water mark of the Russian incursion towards the capitol, which is stunning how close. Where there was basically genocide. Right. So the town horrible, terrible. I mean, one is how close they actually got to the capitol. The other is, is the destruction was just terrible. I mean, including obviously blowing up things that are not military targets in any way. We'll show some photographs and then of course this is a scene of one of the mass burial sites. And tragically on the day we left, they found it even bigger mass barrels. People bound tortured. Families bound together in the latest. Hundreds of people thrown into a hole in the ground. And no matter what you take away from this, no matter what side you're on, if you're a neocon or a restrainer or whatever and you want nobody can think that Putin is a global player. And the notion that you would just sit back on your hands and just let him run wild being the murderer and soulless godless killer that he is. And think that someday that wouldn't come after you. That's just nuts.

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Larry O'Connor: Joe Biden's One Brief Shining Moment Ends

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:27 min | 19 hrs ago

Larry O'Connor: Joe Biden's One Brief Shining Moment Ends

"Know if I'm going to commit an act of heresy here by pointing this out and I want to pick your brain on this for one brief shining moment. We saw desantis and Biden standing together yesterday on behalf of floridians, then of course Biden sort of blew it by saying that, you know, climate change is now that discussion has ended thanks to Ian. But am I wrong to feel a little warm and fuzzy about seeing a brief moment of unity right now between yesterday between a Republican governor and a Democrat president? Well, I think you're wrong only if you don't have a little bit of a cynical look at it as well because let's face it, Joe Biden needed to do this for weeks before an election because if he didn't, it would devastate the Democrats even more going into these major terms. I think that they've already written off the fact that Ron DeSantis is going to win going away in Florida. Boy, where is Charlie crisp in all of this? And he's got to be annoyed at Biden coming down there, but obviously they made the calculation that showing that the federal government can function under Joe Biden and that he, you know, in this one brief shining moment he actually fulfills what he's promised us that he'll work with people across the aisle that's always been a lie. We know who this man is. We saw how he treated Robert bork and clarence Thomas and said Mitt Romney wanted to put black people back in chains back in 2012. He's one of the most divisive partisan acts Washington's ever seen, but he talks a good game and yeah, for a brief shining moment, he had to show it, but don't expect it the last very long.

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U.S. Buys $290M Worth of Radiation Sickness Drugs

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:48 min | 20 hrs ago

U.S. Buys $290M Worth of Radiation Sickness Drugs

"Now we're getting word that Health and Human Services is spending a lot of money. And we're talking about a lot of money in the hundreds of millions of dollars to provide communities and cities with medicines and equipment to deal with radiation poisoning. Now, why do you think that is? Do you think this is all just a coincidence? I mean, it may be just a coincidence, but do you believe this is a coincidence? There's a lot of talk about nuclear war, and if you listen very closely closely to the rhetoric, it's not coming from Vladimir Putin, it's coming from Joe Biden and the Biden administration and Ukraine. That's where the bulk of this talk is coming from. And the bigger concern we should all have is what will the Russians do if it turns out that Joe Biden, in fact, destroyed the Nord stream two pipeline? What happens? What happens to us? Now, I suspect the retaliation will come not here, but in space, and the Russians could very well take out a lot of our satellites. And they've got the ability to do that. But back here at home, people are really starting to, they're starting to get concerned. And I have a lot of questions about why the government is spending hundreds of millions of dollars preparing for what certainly looks like some sort of nuclear hostilities here in America. As a matter of fact, this is from the Health and Human Services website. The headline from the government, HHS purchases drug for use in radiological and nuclear emergencies. And we're talking $290 million.

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Rep. Chip Roy: Elect Republicans

The Dan Bongino Show

01:42 min | 20 hrs ago

Rep. Chip Roy: Elect Republicans

"We've got to get people in office first It's just practical Pretending that politicians are masters of the universe He man and they have these superhuman abilities is insane We need a large enough majority that we can give this swing state or some breathing room while letting conservatives guide the agenda like you Yeah let me agree with a slight amendment which is to say absolutely we should throw out in full force to get every Republican elected running against a Democrat Because if you're a Democrat running today on the democratic ticket you are accepting the terms of this administration and accepting the terms of anti Pelosi to be at war with the American people You are not aligned with our values You are not aligned with the constitution You are not in any way for limited government free enterprise Our faith in the lord almighty and allowing the American people to prosper So elect Republicans And yes I want as big a majority as we can have My slight amendment is I don't accept the premise that these squishes who run in so called purple districts I don't accept that the right way to do that is to cave When I was running two years ago against Wendy Davis in Austin Texas I had an R plus four district It was a tighter district I ran hardcore as a conservative Unabashedly unapologetically And we won by 7 points we outperformed president Trump We had lots of people enthusiastically supporting us even some liberals that were like you know I don't always agree with you but I appreciate that you stand up for what you believe in You got to lead damn it Get up and stand up for something and stand up for America and people will follow

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"How a Tiny Elections Company Became a Conspiracy Theory Target"

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:16 min | 22 hrs ago

"How a Tiny Elections Company Became a Conspiracy Theory Target"

"Just a couple of days ago, October 3rd, The New York Times published an article and investigative report how a tiny elections company became a conspiracy theory target. That's the headline. And goes on to talk about election deniers. I'm just going to read a few lines because it'll give you a very familiar flavor of the kind of rhetoric we've been hearing now for almost two years in this country. A group of election deniers unspooled a new conspiracy theory about the 2020 presidential outcome. Continuing using thread bear evidence or none at all, the group suggested that an election company conic had secret ties to the Chinese Communist Party that had given the Chinese government backdoor access to personal data about 2 million poll workers in the United States. Now interestingly, what group are they talking about that is spreading these conspiracies and election lies, true the vote. Yes, true the vote. Now this is not material covered directly in 2000 meals, but true the vote has been doing this work for now. I believe about a year. And they disclosed it in a series of events, notably something called the pit, a kind of public event online in which they talked about their research into this company conic and the basic idea here is this. These election companies and let's back up for a moment. We have been assured now by the left for the longest time. Regardless of what you think about mules, the simple fact is machines are secure. The simple fact of it is that software is secure. No problems whatsoever. None at all, most secure election history. This is all very familiar territory. And so when true the vote came out, they basically said that this election company clinic. Has collected a great deal of very specific and personal information. We're not just talking about the names of poll workers, but who they are, so in some cases, the identities of family members, phone numbers, addresses, or where they live, all this data is being stored on Chinese servers

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US applications for jobless benefits increased last week

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 d ago

US applications for jobless benefits increased last week

"The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits rose last week I'm Ben Thomas with the latest numbers The Labor Department says jobless claims rose by 29,000 to 219,000 while the four week moving average inched up to just over 206,000 The total number of Americans collecting unemployment aid rose to 1.36 million Despite the rising numbers however the labor market remains strong even in the face of persistent inflation and a slowing overall U.S. economy The Federal Reserve takes labor force data into consideration when making policy decisions It's been raising interest rates hoping to slow borrowing and spending to push inflation closer to its 2% target The government's September jobs report is due tomorrow Ben Thomas Washington

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China's vast Xinjiang hit with COVID-19 travel restrictions

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 d ago

China's vast Xinjiang hit with COVID-19 travel restrictions

"Sprawling Xinjiang is the latest region in China to be hit with sweeping COVID-19 travel restrictions trains and buses in and out of the region of 22 million people have been suspended as China further Titans control measures likewise passenger numbers on flights have been reduced to 75% capacity a notice from the regional government said the measures were enacted to strictly prevent the risk of spillover of the virus but gave no other details the new restrictions come ahead of a key Communist Party Congress later this month I'm Karen Chammas

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Why Happened When Assange Was Holed up in Ecuador's London Embassy

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:11 min | 1 d ago

Why Happened When Assange Was Holed up in Ecuador's London Embassy

"Roth is here who is an attorney for some people that went to go meet with Julian Assange journalists and lawyers that were then spied on walk us through that. So he's in the Ecuadorian embassy. And then the equity embassy. Let me just make one comment on what you said. Even if my argument is, even if Julian Assange actually told these people to go out and get bad stuff, that's still not a crime. That's what the press does every day. But let's go to the embassy. Let's go to the embassy and that'll come out. And what I'm concerned about there is any investigative reporter who set the way with the lower perspective. Or in that part of the need that letter, that's not illegal, but let's go to the 5 case in particular. By corruption, but I think it's just being with between the press and investigative reporting and someone taking information Manning and Snowden did. So what would happen was while he was in the MSD for 7 years, people went to visit him. People went, his doctors, his lawyers, his friends, his colleagues, and when he went into the embassy, they had a protocol. You had to actually give the embassy security your following your tablet, your laptop, everything you had had to go to them before you walk in to meet Assange, which sounds okay. They don't want any kind of tip we're going to vice ver everything. That makes sense. So what we learned from a litigation in Spain was that the embassy wasn't just holding your cell phone, your tablet, your laptop, while you were in meeting, they were imaging it. So they literally imaged the entire. Phone laptop of people that went in and think about the Ecuadorian government did that. The equity overall, here's what happened. The Ecuadorian government hired a company called UC global. UC global had essentially formed became essentially an age of the CIA because what this UC global employee started saying is, listen, why am I doing this? And we have affidavits at UC global people saying, why am I doing this as setting it to Washington? Why am I imaging it? So you can watch it.

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Trial Attorney Richard Roth Shares the Story of Julian Assange

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:16 min | 1 d ago

Trial Attorney Richard Roth Shares the Story of Julian Assange

"I'm going to ask you just to kind of educate our audience a little bit. Again, who is Julian Assange? What did he do? Just some of the backstory around him. We have some younger listeners that weren't really watching the news as this was all kind of frontline news. So walk us through that. Sure. It's a very interesting complicated story. Let me simplify for those listeners and you want to doing this challenge is an individual who has a company called WikiLeaks. WikiLeaks does nothing other than publish material. It's The New York Times DNN. It's published his material. It's all it does. Years ago, it got sensitive material from a couple of people who were working at the NSA, healthy man, and a couple others. And received and published. It was pretty bad material. It basically showed videos where the army was killing innocent ironically. Or then the government did not like that. And the government decided that it wanted to extra to him under what's called the espionage act, notwithstanding the fact that he received the material. He didn't do anything illegal. He received under The New York Times received stuff, but about you name it. You name the issue. So he actually took asylum in Ecuador and the Ecuador embassy in London because he did not want to be activated but to the U.S. because he was very concerned that the U.S. would essentially try and potentially convict him under this crazy espionage act. The same act that Rand Paul said two weeks ago, Donald Trump shouldn't should be abolished and Donald Trump shouldn't be subject to and let him rely fiasco. So he's been sitting in Ecuador for 7 years during the that's sort of the basics of it. And he's been sort of confined in his own jail. I'm sorry, in the Ecuadorian embassy, not in Ecuador. I withdraw that. Got it. The Ecuadorian embassy in London. So he's been in London for years in London for 7 years, about a year ago, a little lower a year ago. Actually, two years ago, COVID makes us forget what happened. The ecuadorians literally physically removed the embassy, brought him to a jail in London, and he had an extradition trial. An extradition trial was a trial to actually write him to the U.S., which he was really adhering, which he lost,

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KBJ’s Jumbled Musings on the Fourteenth Amendment

Mark Levin

01:52 min | 1 d ago

KBJ’s Jumbled Musings on the Fourteenth Amendment

"And whaling over at national review responding to justice Jackson he says in her speech Jackson states that the framers of the Fourteenth Amendment adopted in a race conscious way As they were trying to ensure that people had been discriminated against the free men during reconstructive reconstruction period were actually brought equal to everybody else in society's sheep puts it The Civil Rights Act of 1866 specifically stated that citizens would have the same civil rights as enjoyed by white citizens The Fourteenth Amendment was designed to ensure that the act had a solid constitutional foundation Somehow Jackson leaps from these propositions to assertion that the Fourteenth Amendment doesn't embody a race neutral or race blind idea in terms of remedy for discrimination against freed slaves He says I don't understand her leap by her own account The very purpose of the Civil Rights Act of 1866 was to quote make sure that the other citizens the black citizens would have the same civil rights as the white citizens It was designed to remedy a situation in which people based on their race were treated unequally by the states The Fourteenth Amendment had the same goal so he's looking at her own language The proposition that the Fourteenth Amendment requires that the government be colorblind is open to challenge both as to what exactly that means and whether that meaning is well founded but Jackson seems to think that the colorblind position is somehow at odds with the fact that the Fourteenth Amendment was designed to ensure equal treatment When that of course is exactly what advocates of the colorblind position maintain the Fourteenth Amendment requires Jackson seems to confuse herself with her own terms

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Newt Gingrich Shares His Diagnosis for the Midterms

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:06 min | 1 d ago

Newt Gingrich Shares His Diagnosis for the Midterms

"Very special guest right now who really understands what's going on in America. Mister speaker, Newt Gingrich is with us, mister speaker, welcome back to the program. It's great to be with you. It's always fun because you do such a great show. Well, thank you. I appreciate that. And love your commentary, especially recently. So mister speaker, it seems as if in the last couple of weeks things have really turned positive for Republicans going into the midterms. We're 34 days out. It seemed like the Democrats spending spree over the summer and they're kind of synthetic raising of their candidates. It's collapsing all around them. What's your diagnosis heading in November where we stand right now? Well, we're about where I thought we would be back in the spring. When you have this level of a cost of living crisis, you have the price of food going up 13 and a half percent in one year. You have the gasoline prices going back up. I paid $5 and 5 cents a gallon last Saturday. You have crime and all the big cities. You go to, for example, the race in Pennsylvania. Yes. Philadelphia just had its 1000th carjacking of the year, a record. And they still have three more months. People 70% of the people in Philadelphia say crime is the biggest problem they've got. Well, that really undermines the Democrats. So you look at those, then you look at immigration, the amount of fentanyl. You realize that a 100,000 Americans a year are dying of drug overdose. That's twice the deaths of the entire Vietnam War. And all these things are coming together, you know, really simple way. It ain't working. Big government socialism isn't working. Joe Biden isn't working. Chuck Schumer isn't working. Nancy Pelosi is in working. And I discovered yesterday. I was in Des Moines, Cindy axton, who is the democratic congresswoman from Des Moines. Was supposed to be voting in August. She signed a note saying that because of COVID, she couldn't come. She was actually a vacationing in Paris. When she was supposed to be voting.

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Kindness Is Not Attached to Government

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:21 min | 1 d ago

Kindness Is Not Attached to Government

"So there are people of all political stripes in church, but we offered up the question. Is there a scriptural issue? Where the Democrats simply have it right, the Republicans don't. And we took about 60 seconds in batted away. I hate to I don't want to stem what could be awesome calls. If you still want to try this, it'll be fun. The notion that Jesus wants open borders. The notion that Jesus teaches a certain kindness that says that a boy ought to be on the girls track team because it's just the kind thing to do. Or he ought to be let into the girls bathroom because it's just the kind thing to do. Kindness is scripturally discussed at length. It's what we do as individuals to and for each other. The definition of kindness is never never defined by what government does. There's nothing remotely scriptural about a large welfare state about any particular immigration policy, et cetera, et cetera. And in terms of what we, how we interact with each other, there's nothing in terms of kindness that says that kindness requires that we abandon all kinds of other types of common sense.

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Biden to storm-ravaged Florida: 'We're not going to leave'

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 1 d ago

Biden to storm-ravaged Florida: 'We're not going to leave'

"President Biden has surveyed hurricane Ian's devastation in Florida and valves the federal government will help a long rebuilding effort First from marine one You can see a whole hell of a lot of the damage from the air And then on the ground in Fort Myers the president saw ruined homes debris a boat that had been flipped into a cafe damage he says may take years of recovery We're not leaving until this gets done I promise you that The president walked alongside a potential 2024 White House foe governor Ron DeSantis both said they're putting aside political differences for now Mister president welcome to Florida We appreciate working together across various levels of government Today we have one job and only one job And that's to make sure the people in Florida get everything that they need to fully thoroughly recover Sagar Meghani Washington

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There Is No Scripture Against Borders

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:26 min | 1 d ago

There Is No Scripture Against Borders

"I hear you like Jesus. Yes, I do. What is Jesus think of Greg Abbott putting migrants on a bus and shipping them up to sanctuary cities? Well, rather than go with my personal politics or whatever. I go to scripture. Again, if the subject is, what is Jesus think about X, Y, or Z? What does God think about X, Y, or Z? It's best not to riff just off your own gut feeling. Go to the evidence. There is nothing. Nothing in scripture that says that countries should not have borders. There is nothing nothing. In scripture that says that lawlessness must be a part of charity. There is nothing in scripture that would seem to frown on the migrant trips to sanctuary cities. Nothing. There's nothing in scripture that says you need to be a sanctuary city. Nothing. Charity and kindness are human. Traits. These are things that we are supposed to show to each other. It is purely a leftist index card, a liberal trope to try to pitch the definition of kindness as coming through the channels through the beneficence of government. Kindness and charity and Christian goodwill are never measured. Never to be measured. By what government does.

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Attorney General of Texas, Ken Paxton, Talks Uvalde and Gun Rights

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:52 min | 1 d ago

Attorney General of Texas, Ken Paxton, Talks Uvalde and Gun Rights

"Switch gears because one of the times that you and I have been together a lot was around the tragedy that you've already in the shooting down there. You've been a very staunch advocate of Second Amendment. You also made the argument that the real practical reasons for gun ownership and others. Does it bother? Does it still amaze you maybe as a better way to put this at the left just complete focus on the object of a crime instead of the ones that have committed the crime? And I think that's the part that anytime something happens to gun. It's always the gun, no matter what it is. And you know, again, we saw a lot of problems and you've already you led the charge there to make sure that that was uncovered. What do you see in that fight in that debate? Well, look, I'm convinced that the left hates the constitutional freedoms that were given under the First Amendment and the Second Amendment rather the Fourth Amendment. And they spend a lot of time attacking those. And they don't believe in the constitution, they don't think that the founders did a good job creating this country. And so they're slowly but surely trying to attack all of these freedoms that we have. And one of them clearly, the Second Amendment was pretty important to the founders they listed it second. And realized that the real threat was the government coming in with weapons and the citizens were unarmed, unable to protect themselves. And so they used every excuse they can. And look, the excuse literally, if anybody of half intelligence thinks about this, it makes no sense that if you pass a law to limit lawful citizens from having weapons that somehow somebody that's willing to kill somebody, it's going to violate a murder law that somehow they're going to follow a gun law. It makes literally it's like the stupidest argument I've ever heard on any issue, that one is really the highest level of stupidity. It makes no sense. And yet they argue it every day, like it's like common sense.

"long government" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

CoinDesk Podcast Network

05:50 min | 3 d ago

"long government" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

"As a globally systematic important bank by the financial stability board. It is classified at level one, which is the same as BNY Mellon. There are 12 banks classified at higher levels considered more important to the global financial system. These classifications require banks that could cause global contagion to hold additional capital buffers, an extra 1% in the case of Credit Suisse. The point of this is that the contagion risk is real. It has been designated as real if there are major problems at Credit Suisse. Another point of concern is that these globally important banks are much larger than they were in 2007. As the banking sector has significantly consolidated since then. When Lehman Brothers collapsed it had only 600 billion in assets under management. Credit Suisse today has around 1.6 trillion. The last few years have also been rough for Credit Suisse. The main problem has been horrendously bad losses for its investment banking division. Credit Suisse lost 5.5 billion after arca's capital blew up in June 2021. Defaulting on debt so to the bank. It had also funded greensill, a scandal ridden logistics financing company which collapsed in April 2021, which caused the loss of 1.7 billion to bank clients. The loss of reputation though was the most concerning part of the greensville collapse. The bank had sold greensill's debt to wealth management clients who now face a multiyear legal battle to claim repayment. The bank is also faced legal troubles and regulatory action. Between 2012 and 2016, the banks sold $1.3 billion worth of tuna bonds for the republic of Mozambique for critical infrastructure. It was later revealed that the financing involved a 130 $7 million kickback program to bankers and corrupt officials. The bank was fine more than 450 million by U.S. and UK regulators and decided to forgive $200 million worth of debt in exchange for lighter sentencing. Important to note, the legal problems surrounding these things, especially greensill and arcades, are ongoing, which means we can expect more repercussions in the years to come. To this end, the bank is increased litigation provisions in its reporting for the last two quarters to over 700 million. In the face of this pile of scandals, both the chairman and CEO have resigned over the last year. This was the second CEO to depart the bank in two years with the previous executive being implicated in a corporate espionage scandal where former employees were surveilled as they attempted to move on with their careers at other institutions. The most recent CEO resigned after quarter two earnings for this year reported a significant $1.6 billion loss for the quarter. And speaking of, let's turn now to the numbers on their actual books. Crypto merley and did a threat about this, writing? It's Credit Suisse and solvent? Taking a look at their Q two report, the best indicator of short term liquidity is their LCR. Looks pretty healthy at 203%, but might not tell the whole picture. In the three months since, markets have been pretty volatile, but overall are lower than they were at June ME. The LCR is a weak metric in some regards, the outflows on committed facilities, for example, are much lower than has been seen in reality. On top of this, the Swiss regulator holds its two largest banks to a higher standard. They're not expected to have an LCR of 100%, but more like 140%. Looking at the impact of arcades, for example, this had the double impact of reducing HQLA, but also blowing up contingent outflows on derivatives collateral. So if you smaller versions of this could cause issue. So it may be that they are not actually insolvent, but they are in breach of or close to their regulatory limits and currently in crisis mode trying to resolve that problem. Others on Finn twit noted that Credit Suisse has around a 160 billion in cash, 400 billion in at call liabilities, meaning they can be redeemed at will by clients, 900 billion in leverage exposure to derivatives markets, and 40 billion in equity at book value. That is actually dramatically reduced and is currently worth about 10 billion in markets. But as we heard before, while these numbers sound alarming, especially with that gigantic amount of outstanding derivatives exposure, banks capital adequacy remains at 13.5%, which is well above the 8% standard international regulatory requirement. In other words, this is an entirely different situation to the pre GFC era where capital adequacy below 5% was common and where Lehman Brothers was at a reported 3.1% when it hit problems. This has led to some saying that the narrative on FinTech is just wrong. Paul J Davies from Bloomberg opinion wrote a piece today called no Credit Suisse isn't on the brink. He writes, Credit Suisse is in a tight spot, but it isn't on the brink as the fever typists of social media imagined over the weekend. This was bank, however, is going through its darkest hours at exactly the worst time. When markets are volatile and everyone is nervous about what's around the corner. Disappointment is still more likely than disaster. Financial markets aren't getting any friendlier. The quicker that credit Suisse's board can complete its strategic plan and end the uncertainty, the better. Now broadening this out a little bit, someone Finn twit noted that it wasn't just CS. Alistair MacLeod wrote, Credit Suisse is not the only major bank whose price to book is flashing warning signals. He then shared a list of globally systematically important banks, with price to book of under 40%. And said, a failure of one of them is likely to call the survival of the others into question. Txi trades wrote, seeing the chatter in my feet about Credit Suisse feels like one of those moments where Finn Twitter has sniffed out a big problem long before the broader media catches on. Michael gaye of lead lag report writes, look at the chart of Credit Suisse and tell me again, we aren't in for another financial crisis. Look at the chart of long government bonds and tell me again we aren't in for another financial crisis. We are way past an inflation crisis. This is now a credit crisis. The happy Hawaiian wrote, the Credit Suisse CDS explosion to a level above 2008 doesn't mean they're going bankrupt. It means they're going bankrupt if central banks continue to be hawkish. So the fed and ECB have the choice. Pivot or destroy a global systemically important bank. Still at the end of the day, many were quick to remind that there are dangers and overly relying on old narratives. Guy la basse writes, everyone on Finn twit seems busy this morning fighting the last battle. So let me point out the 2008 can not happen again in the same way because one counterparty risk hedging regulation to central banks and governments are more aware of banking interconnectedness, three bank capital is way higher, which isn't to say that a bank couldn't fail, just that the risk of systemic failure from counterparty risk is not a significant worry. Joseph Wang said if a major financial institution were in danger, the government would step in and bail it out. Thinking Lehman is fighting the last war.

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"long government" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"long government" Discussed on KGO 810

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"long government" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"long government" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I'm with my girlfriend, her brother and our Labrador. Chubby, chubby the Apocalypse dog, So I've seen pictures of chubby. He's very cute. Yeah, He's actually really keeping a strong and we're keeping each other strong. And I'm keeping in touch with all the other Americans here in Wuhan, and we're supporting each other as much as we can. You know, one more feeling down. We text each other with more worid. We text each other. You know, I've had friends who've break you know, broken down and you know, recalling me crying and We just We do what we can to keep each other strong. You can't really get together with him. Can you or do you do or do you just all all text I'll text it's too dangerous for us to get together. And some of us are even sick. Maybe even with the Corona violent virus, we don't know, but we can only do so much via texting, but it's still incredibly powerful with phone calls. Just thank God for social media. It keeps us in touch with each other, 24 7. In fact, it's a bit maddening. It's kind of too much contact with other people. Kind of ironically, you mentioned some even might be sick. I mean, if if, if any of your friends or any of the Americans you talk to believe they are Are they going to go to hospital? Where do you go now? With it being such a problem, and we'll hunt Where do you do? Do you show up in a hospital? That's out of the question. Hospitals are overrun. Even the government made an official announcement in, you know, in Chinese, saying that if you have mild symptoms, mild symptoms if you're a little quote unquote a little bit sick. Do not come to the hospitals were overrun. They need supplies. It's a disaster. We are plan and what those of us who are are sick. We stay in. We take aspirin and ibuprofen to control the fever, and we just rest And eventually, if you're young and healthy, your body should be able to, you know, do to stop the virus. All right, So if you just let it run its course than it, So have you had these symptoms yourself. I haven't had these symptoms released. Not to this extent. I don't believe I've added no one in my immediate in my household here, the three of us we haven't had it. But we have friends who have all the symptoms, and some of them were running temperatures before. Fortunately now they're not running temperatures were hoping at least I'm hoping that they had it and they recovered and maybe they have some immunity to it now, But we don't know this is a completely new virus. Even the scientists don't know it's It's just brand new right and my understanding is that there's more than 100. People have died in China. But there are a lot of those people might have had underlying other health problems that the coronavirus made worse. That's true. In fact, the median age is 65. You know, the demographic has been hit hardest, very old, the very young and those with health conditions. And if you have both your incredibly vulnerable to this, what scientists are concerned about is if there's a mutation and it could I spoke to a scientist here who was here during the SARS outbreak and I asked him, Could this mutate and hit you know the younger demographic? Hard and he like he said to me, you know, I'm not gonna light it very well. But do you think you know? Sorry, Even even even Shelby's worried I can tell you scare you get to take him. Everywhere you go. Basically, whenever we leave, we bring the dog so we only take him out for walks. That's the extent of us leaving if we the only other time we left was to gather food and stock up on supplies. We went out We spent 4 $500 on groceries, just you know, so that we could stock up and be okay. And that was a scary experience to guess What? At the door to the gate to the supermarket. They're checking everyone's temperature. Everyone's temperature right there before you even go into the store even enter, And this is standard at supermarkets and Walmarts across one, so it's a pretty scared were lining up to be have a temperature tested. You know, one of those temperature guns, they put your forehead. It's like something. It's like something out of a sci fi movie. That's good. Yeah, that must be a little in Irving. Now. How much did you You said you would spend 4 $500. How many days How many days of supplies? Was that for you? I would say if we really stretch it out, maybe three weeks to a month since there's three of us, you know, we're all young and we eat a lot, and we have a dog, too. So what about other things, too? Masks, cobbles. Anything. We could get our hands on that could you know? Protect us from this, right? And what about fresh food? I mean, you fruit and vegetables. You can't those don't last forever. So do you expect to get deliveries to in addition to what you bought at the store personally. No, that actually we were originally only going to rely on deliveries. That was my girlfriend's point, she said. Hey, it's too dangerous to go to the store. Let's just rely on deliveries. We got a couple deliveries of first and everything was OK, but these past few days No deliveries That came and that's actually my biggest fear right now is not the virus. But the deliveries aren't coming through. And there's always the possibility of food shortages when you have a city of now six million because of Chinese New Year, six million people and recorded so I'm more worried about food shortages right now than the virus, to be honest. So talk about quarantine. As you say, You only go out toe walk Chubby. So how when you walk around is a desolate Is it like a ghost town? Are there people When you see people you know what they have in their hands. You can guess bags stuffed to the top. You know, packs with food, anything. They're wearing masks. They're just bringing supplies home from the market or from wherever When you see people out. People are just going out to get things and come back. S o that that zone. Irving, too. Are there cars driving around or you just walk him? There are some cars, but actually, the Chinese government has, uh, I mean, long government. Has banned all cars unless you have a permit for special purposes like if one of your family members are sick, and you didn't get them to them at the hospital, or if you're in or if you work for a supermarket. If you're in certain industries, then maybe you can drive, but they're really restricting those permits. So there's very few cars and this is a nervy because normally, the traffic here is worse than Los Angeles. I mean, there's 11 million people in the city normally so To see a couple cars passing by on, you know, on a six lane highways. It's on Irving. Have you seen that movie? 28 days later? Yes, Yes, It's kind of like that. When the guy wakes up, you know he's in the hospital. Absolutely No. One at some points in the day. It's just like that it Z creepy. Now those are like zombie apocalypse movies. This is not that and the question I have, is it? Is there any civil unrest that you've Seen anywhere in China. So far, things are okay. So far, there's there's enough food and people are still very confident in the response of the government. You know again, like I said earlier. My biggest concern is food shortages and civil unrest. Not not so much the virus. The government here has taken a very, very strict, very strict and very proactive. Response to this to this corona virus, so it wouldn't it wouldn't surprise me. If there are some, you know, problems in the future, especially, you know, food shortages or Civil unrest, So that keeps me up at night. Sometimes not gonna life Well, we hope that everything in the end works out when this is all over with. And and Doug. Thank you so much for your time and joining us. All right. Thank you so much for having me. I actually really have done a lot of interviews, but I really like this one of the great ship. Thanks a lot done. Perez on American stuck in Wuhan, China in the Corona virus outbreak. Great to talk to you. All right, take care. But not long After that interview, Americans experienced lockdowns of their own. Starting in mid March. Coming up, We revisit a conversation with the billionaire owner of the Dallas Mavericks. Mark Cuban, who, even during the darkest days of the coroner virus, showed a message of optimism and hope. Stay with us. Mock and rob.

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"long government" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"long government" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Bringing supplies home from the market or from wherever When you see people out. People are just going out to get things and come back. S o that that zone. Irving, too. Are there cars driving around or you just walk him? There are some cars, but actually, the Chinese government has, uh, I mean, long government has banned all cars unless you have a permit for special purposes, like if one of your family members are sick, and you couldn't get them to them at the hospital, or if you're in or if you work for a supermarket. If you're in certain industries, then maybe you could drive, but They're really restricting those permits. So there's very few cars and this is a nervy because normally, the traffic here is worse than Los Angeles. I mean, there's 11 million people in the city normally, so to see a couple cars passing by on, you know, on a six lame highways. It's on Irving. Have you seen that movie? 28 days later? Yes, yes. It's kind of like that when the guy wakes up, you know he's in the hospital. Absolutely No. One at some points in the day. It's just like that. It is ze creepy. Now those are like zombie apocalypse movies. This is not that and the question I have is, Is there any civil unrest that you've seen anywhere in China? So far, things are okay, so quiet as there's enough food, and people are still very confident in the response of the government, you know again, like I said earlier. My biggest concern is food shortages and civil unrest. Not not so much the virus. The government here has taken a very, very strict Very strict and very proactive response to this to this corona virus, so it wouldn't it wouldn't surprise me. If there are some, you know, problems in the future. Especially, you know, food shortages or Or civil unrest. So that keeps me up at night. Sometimes not gonna like you. Well, we hope that everything in the end works out when this is all over with. And and Doug. Thank you so much for your time and joining us. All right. Thank you so much for having me. I actually really have done a lot of interviews, but I really like this one is of a great ship. Thanks a lot. Doug Perez American stuck in Wuhan, China in the Corona virus outbreak. Great to talk to you. All right, take it. But not long After that interview, Americans experienced lockdowns of their own. Starting in mid March. Coming up, We revisit a conversation with the billionaire owner of the Dallas Mavericks. Mark Cuban, who, even during the darkest days of the coronal virus, shared.

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"long government" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"long government" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"I'm with my girlfriend, her brother and our Labrador. Chubby, chubby the Apocalypse dog, So I've seen pictures of chubby. He's very cute. Yeah, He's actually really keeping a strong and we're keeping each other strong. And I'm keeping in touch with all the other Americans here in Wuhan, and we're supporting each other as much as we can. You know, when you're feeling down, we text each other with more war. I'd be text each other. You know, I've had friends who have brake broken down and you know, we're calling me crying, and we just we do what we can to keep each other strong. You can't really get together with him. Can you or do you do or do you just all all text? I'll text it's too dangerous for us to get together on some of us are even sick, Maybe even with the Corona violent virus, we don't know, but we can only do so much via texting, but it's still incredibly powerful with phone calls. Just thank God for social media. It keeps us in touch with each other, 24 7. In fact, it's a bit maddening. It's kind of too much contact with other people. Kind of ironically, you mentioned some even might be sick. I mean, if if, if any of your friends or any of the Americans you talked to believe they are Are they going to go to a hospital? Where do you go now? With it being such a problem, and we'll hunt Where do you do? Do you show up in a hospital? That's out of the question. Hospitals are overrun. Even the government made an official announcement. And you know in Chinese saying that if you have mild symptoms, mild symptoms if you're a little quote unquote a little bit sick. Do not come to the hospitals were overrun. They need supplies. It's a disaster. We are plan and what those of us who are are sick. We stay in. We take aspirin and ibuprofen to control the fever, and we just rest And eventually, if you're young and healthy, your body should be able to, you know, do to stop the virus. All right, So if you just let it run its course that it's so have you had these symptoms yourself. I haven't had these symptoms, at least not to this extent. I don't believe I've had it. No. One in my immediate in my household here, the three of us, we haven't added, but we have friends who have all the symptoms, and some of them were running temperatures before. Fortunately now they're not running temperatures were hoping at least I'm hoping that they had it and they recovered and maybe they have some immunity to it now, But we don't know this is a completely new virus. Even the scientists don't know it's It's just brand new right and my understanding is that there's more than 100. People have died in China. But there are a lot of those people might have had underlying other health problems that the current virus made worse. That's true. In fact, the median age is 65. You know, the demographic has been hit hardest, very old, the very young and those with health conditions. And if you have both your incredibly vulnerable to this, what scientists are concerned about is if there's a mutation and it could I spoke to a scientist here who was here during the SARS outbreak and I asked him could this mutate And hit. You know, the younger demographic heart and he lied. He said to me, you know, I'm not gonna light it very well. But, you know, Sorry. Even even even Shelby's worried I can tell Don't be scared. You get to take him. Everywhere you go. Basically, whenever we leave, we bring the dog so we only take him out for walks. That's the extent of us leaving if we the only other time we left was to gather food and stock up on supplies. We went out We spent 4 $500 on groceries, just you know, so that we can stock up and be okay. And that was a scary experience to guess what at the door to the gate to the supermarket. They're checking everyone's temperature. Everyone's temperature right there before you even go into the store even entered and this is standard at supermarkets and Walmarts across one, so it's a pretty scared were lining up to be have a temperature tested. You know, one of those temperature guns, they put your forehead. It's like something. It's like something out of a sci fi movie. That Yeah, that must be a little in Irving. Now. How much did you You said you would spend 4 $500. How many days? How many days of supplies? Was that for you? I would say if we really stretched it out, maybe three weeks to a month since there's three of us, you know, we're all young and we eat a lot, and we have a dog, too. So what about other things, too? Masks, cobbles. Anything. We could get our hands on that could, you know? Protect us from its right? And what about fresh food? I mean, you fruit and vegetables. You can't those don't last forever. So do you expect to get deliveries to in addition to what you bought at the store personally. You know that? Actually, we were originally only going to rely on deliveries. That was my girlfriend's point, she said. Hey, it's too dangerous to go to the store. Let's just rely on deliveries. We got a couple deliveries of first and everything was OK, but these past few days, no deliveries of came and that's actually my biggest fear right now is not the virus. But the deliveries aren't coming through. And there's always the possibility of food shortages When you have a city of Now six million because of Chinese New Year, six million people and record teams, So I'm more worried about food shortages right now than the virus. To be honest. Talk about quarantine. As you say You only go out. Oh, walk chubby. So how when you walk around is a desolate Is it like a ghost town? Are there people When you see people you know what they have in their hands. You can guess bags stuffed the top, you know, packed with food, anything. They're wearing masks. They're just bringing supplies home from the market or from wherever When you see people out. People are just going out to get things and come back. S o that that zone. Irving, too. Are there cars driving around or you just walk him? There are some cars, but actually, the Chinese government has, uh, I mean, long government has banned all cars unless you have a permit for special purposes, like if one of your family members are sick, and you could get them to them at the hospital, or if you're in or if you work for a supermarket. If you're in certain industries, then maybe you could drive, but They're really restricting those permits. So there's very few cars and this is a nervy because normally, the traffic here is worse than Los Angeles. I mean, there's 11 million people in the city normally, so to see a couple cars passing by on, you know, on a six lame highways. It's on Irving. Have you seen that movie? 28 days later? Yes, yes. 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"long government" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"long government" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"I'm sound she impressed. So the U. S. Supreme Court has rejected at Texas lawsuit backed by President Trump to overturn Joe Biden's election victory. What it means here for Texas is that they don't get to move forward. This case is done. You don't have enough. You would have needed five justices to move this thing forward. So Texas's last ditch effort to go after those four states and nullify which essentially would have been, I think about 39 million votes of other people in those four other states. It's not gonna happen. The states at all. Said. Texas has no right to do it. And for now, the Supreme Court says, this is the end. That's Fox's Shannon Bream. But in Wisconsin, the state Supreme Court agrees to hear arguments over the weekend on President Trump's state lawsuit, seeking to disqualify more than 221,000 ballots and overturned his lost in that battleground state. The court's decision today to hear arguments tomorrow came hours after a lower court judge ruled against Trump. President signed a week long government wide funding bill into law averting of federal shutdown in midnight and buying Congress time for on again off again talks on covert 19 Still waiting for the FDA to give the OK on visors. Corona virus Vaccine Canada and the U. K have already given their approval. This and Fizer has already worked to produce millions of doses so that it could be distributed within hours of the approval. A member of the FDA advisory committee, which meant on Thursday to give its blessing says relief is in sight. And there is, of course, such good news with his vaccine because it appears to have a 95% efficacy rate, but it will require two doses as Fox's Mark MEREDITH President elect Joe Biden heard expressing support for his son Hunter about a federal investigation over hundreds taxes and overseas business dealings by LeBron on now the lens of Liberty. Here's Helen Kriebel in.

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"long government" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"long government" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Is a Fox News alert. I'm sounding impress. So the U. S. Supreme Court has rejected at Texas lawsuit backed by President Trump to overturn Joe Biden's election victory. What it means here for Texas is that they don't get to move forward. This case is done. You don't have enough. You would have needed five justices to move this thing forward. So Texas's last ditch effort to go after those four states and nullify which essentially would have been, I think about 39 million votes of other people in those four other states. It's not gonna happen. The states at all, said Texas hasn't All right to do it. And for now, the Supreme Court says, this is the end. That's Fox's Shannon Bream. But in Wisconsin, the state Supreme Court agrees to hear arguments over the weekend on President Trump's state lawsuit seeking to disqualify more than 221,000 ballots and overturn his lost in that battleground state. The court's decision today to hear arguments tomorrow came hours after a lower court judge ruled against Trump. President signed a week long government wide funding bill into law averting of federal shutdown in midnight and buying Congress time for on again off again talks on covert 19 Still waiting for the FDA to give the OK on visors. Corona virus Vaccine Canada and the U. K have already given their approval. This and Fizer has already worked to produce millions of doses so that it could be distributed within hours of the approval. A member of the FDA advisory committee, which meant on Thursday to give its blessing says relief is in sight. And there is, of course, such good news with his vaccine because it appears to have a 95% efficacy rate, But it will require two doses as Fox's mark narrative. President elect Joe Biden heard expressing support for his son Hunter about a federal investigation over hundreds taxes and overseas business dealings with Brian. Have you spoken period from Mr President Lee from myself? He was asked by Fox's Peter Doocy. America is listening to Fox News. What comes next for forward. It's doing what we've done for over a century building and facing any problems with integrity, empathy. And the strength to outlast them. Four little always pivot to do the right thing and to build for who.

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"long government" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"long government" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"This is a Fox news alert. I'm Sanji impressed. So the U. S. Supreme Court has rejected a Texas lawsuit backed by President Trump to overturn Joe Biden's election victory. What it means here for Texas is that they don't get to move forward. This case is done. You don't have enough. You would have needed five justices to move this thing forward. So Texas's last ditch effort to go after those four states and nullify which essentially would have been, I think about 39 million votes of other people in those four other states. It's not gonna happen the states at all, said Texas Has no right to do it. And for now, the Supreme Court says, this is the end. That's Fox's Shannon Bream. But in Wisconsin, the state Supreme Court agrees to hear arguments over the weekend on President Trump's state lawsuit, seeking to disqualify more than 221,000 ballots and overturned his lost in that battleground state. The court's decision today to hear arguments tomorrow came hours after a lower court judge ruled against Trump. President signed a week long government wide funding bill into law, averting a federal shutdown in midnight and buying Congress time for on again off again talks on covert 19 Still waiting for the FDA to give the OK on visors. Corona virus Vaccine Canada and the U. K have already given their approval. This and Fizer has already worked to produce millions of doses so that it could be distributed within hours of the approval. A member of the FDA advisory committee, which meant on Thursday to give its blessing says relief is in sight. And there is, of course, such good news with his vaccine because it appears to have a 95% efficacy rate, But it will require two doses as Fox's mark narrative. President elect Joe Biden heard expressing support for his son Hunter about a federal investigation over hundreds taxes and overseas business dealings by Brian Have you spoken to your progression like myself? He was asked by Fox's Peter Doocy. America is listening to Fox News. From the Fox News Podcasts Network. Getting schooled with Abby Hornets. Eric Fox News chief congressional correspondent Mike Emanuel, Can you just talk to me about the basics of a filibuster? Two different versions. There's giving a long speech on the Senate floor to make the point that there is a severe protest about something going on in the Senate. The other way is getting together 40 or more senators to vote against something subscribe and listen now, But going to.

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"long government" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"long government" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Fox News alert. I'm sound she impressed. So the U. S. Supreme Court has rejected a Texas lawsuit backed by President Trump to overturn Joe Biden's election victory. What it means here for Texas is that they don't get to move for this case is done. You don't have enough. You would have needed five justices to move this thing forward. So Texas is last ditch effort to go after those four states and nullify, which essentially would have been. I think about 39 million votes of other people in those four other states. It's not gonna happen. The states at all, said Texas has no right to do it. And for now, the Supreme Court says, this is the end. That's Fox's Shannon Bream. But in Wisconsin, the state Supreme Court agreed to hear arguments over the weekend. On President Trump's state lawsuit seeking to disqualify more than 221,000 ballots and overturn his lost in that battleground state. The court's decision today to hear arguments tomorrow came hours after a lower court judge ruled against Trump. President signed a week long government wide funding bill into law, averting a federal shutdown in midnight and buying Congress time for on again off again talks on covert 19 Still waiting for the FDA to give the OK on visors. Corona virus Vaccine Canada and the U. K have already given their approval. This and Fizer has already worked to produce millions of doses so that it could be distributed within hours of the approval. A member of the FDA advisory committee, which meant on Thursday to give its blessing says relief is in sight. And there is, of course, such good news with his vaccine because it appears to have a 95% efficacy rate, But it will require two doses as Fox's mark narrative. President elect Joe Biden heard expressing support for his son Hunter about a federal investigation over hundreds taxes and overseas business dealings. Have.

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"long government" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"long government" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"This is a Fox News alert. I'm Sal Gee impress. So the U. S. Supreme Court has rejected a Texas lawsuit backed by President Trump to overturn Joe Biden's election victory. What it means here for Texas is that they don't get to move forward. This case is done. You don't have enough. You would have needed five justices to move this thing forward. So Texas's last ditch effort to go after those four states and nullify which essentially would have been, I think about 39 million votes of other people in those four other states. It's not gonna happen, The states it all said. Texas says No right to do it. And for now, the Supreme Court says, this is the end. That's Fox's Shannon Bream. But in Wisconsin, the state Supreme Court agreed to hear arguments over the weekend on President Trump's state lawsuit seeking to disqualify more than 221,000 ballots and overturned his lost in that battleground state. The court's decision today to hear arguments tomorrow came hours after a lower court judge ruled against Trump. President signed a week long government wide funding bill into law averting of federal shutdown in midnight and buying Congress time for on again off again talks on covert 19 Still waiting for the FDA to give the OK on visors. Corona virus Vaccine Canada and the U. K have already given their approval of this, and Fizer has already worked to produce millions of doses so that it could be distributed within hours of the approval. A member of the FDA advisory committee, which met on Thursday to give its blessing says relief is in sight. And there is, of course, such good news with his vaccine because it appears to have a 95% efficacy rate, But it will require two doses as Fox's mark narrative. President elect Joe Biden heard expressing support for his son Hunter about a federal investigation over hundreds taxes and overseas business dealings. Brian.

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"long government" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

08:16 min | 2 years ago

"long government" Discussed on No Agenda

"Semblance of normality after a long government in polk. Excuse me, impose lockdown. Thanks to our `obedient sheep like population socialist. We managed to effectively eliminate the virus without compulsory mask wearing. To measure the Japanese store, which is interesting to? Not a moment too soon, not so they weren't wearing masks. This whole thing is ludicrous. Given the large flocks of sheep here who on the Black Lives Matter Protests Bandwagon, unfortunately to new Cova cases have circulated through the country this week due to a breach of border quarantine protocols. Let's hope we don't end up back. Where we started either way. The economic impacts are yet to be fully realized so I better donate before the exchange rate gets worse. By the time this episode airs, it will be my birthday here. Turning forty one on the nineteenth, please at my name a year on the list. Hide liked to give a shoutout to my long standing partner in Crime Julia who has been subjected. 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I knew it was time to donate speaking of my appearance grumpy old. We all agree that JCD would make an excellent guest host on. who are these podcasts John? You have an open invitation anytime. You want to come on and make fun of a podcast with me I know it's something you've always wanted to do I. Think, you are uniquely qualified any ways. Keep up the great work. I'll take a classic in the morning for my jingle podcasts Karma Cheers Sir Karl with a K. I think you should take him up on. I think that will be a hit show. Carmen! You've got Karma seriously considering. New More than one guest host. It'd be great you'd love doing that. I would love doing that in fact, I'll. I'll I will right now. I've just make the comment. I will do it excellent. That'd be fantastic, writes Well I have to say couldn't find the e mail. There's nothing here and there's no nothing under poplin is nothing under the number? The would I tell people to do is right donation note. 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"long government" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

08:16 min | 2 years ago

"long government" Discussed on No Agenda

"Semblance of normality after a long government in polk. Excuse me, impose lockdown. Thanks to our `obedient sheep like population socialist. We managed to effectively eliminate the virus without compulsory mask wearing. To measure the Japanese store, which is interesting to? Not a moment too soon, not so they weren't wearing masks. This whole thing is ludicrous. Given the large flocks of sheep here who on the Black Lives Matter Protests Bandwagon, unfortunately to new Cova cases have circulated through the country this week due to a breach of border quarantine protocols. Let's hope we don't end up back. Where we started either way. The economic impacts are yet to be fully realized so I better donate before the exchange rate gets worse. By the time this episode airs, it will be my birthday here. Turning forty one on the nineteenth, please at my name a year on the list hide liked to give a shoutout to my long standing partner in Crime Julia who has been subjected? Has Been, subjected to know agenda in my car on the weekend drives a couple of weeks ago. He decided to take her car and she surprise me by asking me if I would like to play my podcast. By Reading your honor May I, request a fomer? And a Goat Karma love the show. It's really enhanced. My critical listening skills takes James and remember. It's the people who know agenda together. Who Stayed Together? Listen. You've got. Ask. Andrew Garozzo of the Grosso's. three, thirty, three, thirty four. He's maybe a night, maybe sir. Happy Birthday to my dad Michael, okay. It's child of Mike La and happy first father's Day to me and my son Michael was born on March twentieth. Got A double, please. Give me a Health Karma for my grandmother. Marcy who is just admitted to hospital to the hospital? With stroke, symptoms and dementia. A. Good. It's ridiculous. That family members still cannot visit yet. This is Donald. Kin All in the name of the nonsense. fearmongering especially ones with dementia. Soldier your. Long Term Long, island New York. Yes, of course got. Cool you've got Karma Karma. Running. Alicia Julian in Gilroy California, three, thirty, three, thirty, three local. Happy Father's data Sir Julian Earl. The South Bay Autonomous Cars of Love Shady Lane. Bridget ribitsch rubbish. Three, hundred, thirty, three and thirty three cents from Kennewick Washington. This is a father's day gift for Ross Rich. you think it's rubbish, ravitch. Kennewick to Kennewick okay. Wretch Rubbish Ross say ravitch red, which as a father as gift so he's not called out as a Douche by his cousin. Who got him hooked on your podcast. Bridget I see what's going on Ross is now regular fan and shares, no agenda with anyone willing to listen your candor and insight is much appreciated I believe she is calling for A. For her Miam-. Deduce. There you go, thank you very much for the supportes and continue to read the one after this I'll see you look up. The email might go poplin from Denver Colorado. The email that is the one you're looking at, but I'm still I'm dragging it out I'll say it again this. into one after that now. Okay Sir Karl with a K.. Three hundred dollars and thirty three cents from Rochester New York in the morning. Gentlemen show has been excellent since the lockdown especially love it when you break down Andrew. CUOMO's pressures which are must see TV here in New York State as we anxiously await his permission to live our lives. Your show has meant a lot to. To me over the years first and foremost keeps me sane and informed. It's also brought a lot of listeners to my show. Who are these podcasts? Thank you for that I think that's a thank you to you John. In addition, I met many great people in the no agenda community, or is it the a cult? No, we prefer media, tribe, but okay. Recently I was a guest on the grumpy old Ben's podcast with fellow Knights Ryan Ben, Rose and Darren O.`Neil after our great discussion, I knew it was time to donate speaking of my appearance grumpy old. We all agree that JCD would make an excellent guest host on. who are these podcasts John? You have an open invitation time. You want to come on and make fun of a podcast with me I know it's something you've always wanted to do. I think you are uniquely qualified any ways. Keep up the great work. I'll take a classic in the morning from Jingle and podcasts. Karma Cheers Sir Karl with a K. I. Think you should take him up on I think that will be a hit show. In Carmen. You've got Karma seriously considering. New More than one guest host. It'd be great you'd love doing that. I would love doing that. In fact I'll. I'll I. Will Right now I've just make the comment I will do it excellent. That'd be fantastic writes Well I have to say couldn't find the e mail. There's nothing here and there's no nothing under poplin is nothing under the number? The would I tell people to do is right donation note. And it didn't get anything, so we have a Check email guy. No go to war and Chancey says from Denver. This is Michael, Poplin Denver Colorado donations, three, thirty, three, thirty, three and I WANNA. Thank him for donating. Yeah, YOU'RE GONNA on would with Gavin mcelroy. Why don't you take issues? They gotTA sneeze. Yes, Gavin, mcelroy, two hundred sixty six dollars eighty four cents. This seems this would be I. Think A. Dollar donation from Victoria Australia a John. Adam Gavin here an Irish. Ozzy currently based in the service as Sultanate of Oman Oh. Yes, Oman. Sincerely thanks for your work. I am a former gre listener. Now converted whole hog to Na. I liked Joe, but dammit he gets a bit to lefty. From time to time. This is white. This is why our timing is perfect. You can, if lefty listen to us for a bit, you can go back and forth. 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"long government" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"long government" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"New book by a former national security adviser John Bolton says president trump asked China's president during a twenty nineteen summit to help his reelection prospects by purchasing more American farm products here's CBS's been Tracy when John Bolton left the White House last September he says he resigned president trump says he fired him and the two have not spoken since president trump seem to know this book would be bad for him Energous former national security adviser John Bolton paints a picture of a highly uninformed and impulsive present in excerpts of his book the room where it happened obtained by CBS news Bolton says president trump did not know Britain was a nuclear power and asked if Finland was part of Russia Bolton confirms president trump explicitly linked military aid to Ukraine to investigations of former vice president Joe Biden the central claim that led to the president being impeached tell us is started investigation identified Bolton claims Mr trump wanted China to go even further in twenty nineteen pleading with Chinese president xi Ching paying to help him win form states in the twenty twenty election with increased Chinese purchases of soybeans and wheat this book is full of classified information which is inexcusable the trump administration is suing Bolton personally in a last minute attempt to stop the book from being released next week claiming it still contains classified information despite a several months long government review president trump's view of what should be classified goes far beyond the actual standard or I will consider every conversation with me as president highly classified in the book published by Simon and Schuster a division of Viacom CBS Bolton alleges president trump expressed a willingness to hold criminal investigations to in effect give personal favors to dictators he liked citing cases involving China and Turkey Bolton writes the pattern looks like obstruction of justice as a way of life it also says during the twenty eighteen summit with Kim Jong moon secretary of state Mike Pompeo slipped him a note saying president trump is so full of expletive a pattern Bolton claims of administration officials regularly disparaging the president behind his back the White House is pushing back tonight saying that Bolton is undermining national security and trying to profit off of his time here at the White House

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"long government" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"long government" Discussed on PRI's The World

"I think is still unlikely but certainly closer now than it was a week ago. Remind US WHY. Turkey is in Syria. Turkey is in Syria for two reasons. One the flow of millions of Syrian civilians as refugees into Turkey as destabilized Turkish politics to extend his put real domestic pressure on the air too long government and second. Turkey is very concerned about the possibility of a separatist Kurdish state being established in North Central and northeastern Syria which would then cause problems with Turkey's Kurdish minority and so for those two reasons as civilian refugees and Kurds. Turkey has intervened and wise Russia in Syria. Russia's been an ally of the Syrian government for more than fifty years dates back all the way to one thousand nine hundred sixty seven war with Israel and Russia really is just standing by a long time ally and friend in Middle East. Russia doesn't have that many allies in the Middle East and Turkey as a NATO ally I mean what are the chances this conflict could then pull in the United States. Will I think right now? The United States is being very careful not to support Turks militarily inside Syria. Nato is a defensive alliance defensive and so word Turkish military units inside Turkey to come under attack that might be a NATO issue right now. We're talking about Turkish units not inside Turkey but rather inside Syria there. Is this risk as you say of Turkey and Russia going at it full force but much of the news is past year has been about? Turkey's blooming friendship with Russia. There is even talk. Suspending Turkey's membership to NATO as result of its acquisition of those Russian air defense system. So what happened. While they think the Turks were flirting a lot with Russia they think also trying to leverage the United States to get better terms on an air defense system and Turks went ahead and bought Russian system which infuriated Washington angered other members of NATO led to the Turks have been playing a lot of brinksmanship both with NATO and with Russia and Nanna. We are seeing the results that brinksmanship the Turks are really difficult position in Syria. Now no big friends and some big enemies like Russia. Is there a possibility that president wretched type? Arizona's going to find some way out of this. Come what May And what are the risks of that? Well we'll see as I said it's brinksmanship and he's going eyeball to eyeball with Vladimir Putin.

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"long government" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"long government" Discussed on WBSM 1420

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"long government" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"long government" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Or the president central to part us is mission getting Ukraine to investigate John hunter Biden and part of that meant discrediting the former US ambassador to Ukraine Marie you're fond of it all of this is happening all these revelations associate with partners just as the Senate is set to begin the impeachment trial of the president Kim Wylie is a visiting professor and fellow in long government at American university's Washington College of law and a former federal prosecutor a frequent guest on this program and she is back in studio thanks for coming in can good morning so we want to talk about the opening of the impeachment trial in the Senate but first what do you make of these allegations from left part of us I mean and coming at the eleventh hour before the Senate begins extra I think it shows that we have not gotten to the bottom of the investigative phase of this entire inquiry that is we need more facts we need as Americans to hear from Mr partners from Mister Bolton I'm not just about what happened the president but what what what happened with other members of the president's cabinet the Attorney General bill Barr Mister Pompey go on Mr Mulvaney other people a Mister newness and in Congress that are implicated in this very serious narrative that has deep implications not just for this president but for president as he's going forward in the question is who and how will that inquiry take place given that we're on the eve of a trial with incomplete information do you think than the house rushed it well you know I do think the house could have moved to compel witnesses and testimony this is the first president in the history of the United States has taken the position no on all things impeachment after having taken the position that the molar investigation which was unconstitutional so can't do it to the judicial process has to be through impeachment but he has said no on all fronts in terms of the documents and witnesses however there is an article three branch that I think would have backed up Congress that being said we're here in this moment and really the American people need to hear on both sides of the aisle from these people regardless of what happened in the house and I think it's incumbent on everyone in Congress and the Senate to uphold the rule of law and the constitution which is the they're going to have to take I'm with this Chief Justice in addition to the they took when they took office someone talk more about that but a specific question on par nas emini is facing federal charges over illegal campaign contributions he's a potential witness as you mentioned maybe in a Senate trial how is he allowed to speak publicly on this matters right now well it looks like he got authority from the a federal judge to convey some of this information to the to to the Congress as far as the underlying documentation and his lawyers we and and he together of made the determination that it's better for his future interest to talk about this than to keep quiet right he's got his own agenda right and he has his own rights to to speak if he D. if he wishes there's nothing banning them do you think it will compel any change on the part of Mitch McConnell to open up more evidence or witnesses in the trial that's a political question really in terms of what Mr McConnell do he is said essentially that he's aligned with the president but in this moment as I suggest I think that that would be an abdication of its role to represent the American people in upholding the institution with any if thorny problem in our regular lives we need information to make good decisions and in this there's just too much at this point and is going to continue to be information coming out leaking out on to not stop and take a breath and get to the bottom of things I guess the better question for you would have been can Democrats push to have the this information these text messages these documents from partners included I mean once it's done the house we saw them walk the articles of impeachment over to the Senate do they have any more leverage so there's three sorts of it of rules for the trial one is the constitution very skimpy one is the Senate rules or passed under I Andrew Johnson are largely in place and then a third is a Senate resolution passed with respect to Mister Clinton that suggests that the record is closed that being said there's nothing precluding and members of the Senate on the democratic side from church seeking to introduce documentarian of idents when it comes to witnesses there would under those rules have to be a vote but we don't know we will find in the next few days what kinds of rules Mitch McConnell on the majority are proposing for this particular trial they might be different and the Clintons and up a process was different because Ken Starr had four years of a grand jury to get to the bottom of things Mr bar did not appoint a special counsel here so Congress is not an investigative body in the same way as a prosecutor and as I said the American people don't have the full facts and that's quite unfortunate given the gravity of this just briefly we're gonna see John Roberts sworn in as the person who will oversee these proceedings when the Senate opens its trial Tuesday what will be his role well Mister right I just Chief Justice Rehnquist it was quite ceremonial Mister Roberts can actually rule on evidence and could take a larger role and then he could be basically over ruled by a Senate vote but that would be I think difficult more politically when the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court has said for example John Bolton's testimony is relevant hard to overrule that I think all right Kim Whaley law professor former fell prosecutor the author of the new book how to read the constitution and why we appreciate you thanks thank you Rachel now the story of some very unusual mice they are back on earth after a month on the international space station and what scientists are learning from these animals could eventually help astronauts and other people with disabling bone and muscle diseases and here's John Hamilton has the story of two researchers a married couple who sent their science into space at.

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"long government" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"long government" Discussed on 710 WOR

"I heart radio station forty two degrees and partly cloudy at four o'clock good afternoon I'm Steve greenfield we've just received a report of a rocket attack near the US embassy in Baghdad it comes as tensions mounted between the US and Iran following the U. S. drone attack that killed an Iranian military leader on Friday now we've learned Iran is taking yet another step in response to the assassination ABC's Julia macfarlane reports from the foreign desk in London three days after the killing of senior Aronian general Qassem Soleimani the Iranian government announced it was ending old commitments to the nuclear agreement in a statement to run said it was taking the final steps toward abandoning the deal and it would no longer recognize limits on the operational aspect of its nuclear program including an enrichment capacity the percentage of in Richmond the amount of in rich material and research and development it added it would however continue its cooperation with the international atomic energy agency give them a call and ABC news of the foreign desk in London one hundred mile stretch of the Pennsylvania Turnpike southeast of Pittsburgh and shut down after an early morning crash which involved a tour bus emanating from New York City and several tractor trailers the bus was carrying barring tourists and it appears to have lost control when turning a corner and ended up going up in embankment rolled over and was instructed three tractor trailers and a car five people in all are dead Pennsylvania state trooper Steven the money gives an update here on the conditions of those involved in the chain reaction crash the bus was unable to negotiate a corner that bus went up an embankment rolled over and then was subsequently struck by two tractor trailers another tractor trailer came in collide with those two tractor trailers in addition to the five hurts dozens were injured officials are looking to see if weather conditions might have played a role governor Cuomo spoke out at today's no fear no hate solidarity March thousand cross the Brooklyn Bridge in response to the ongoing rash of anti semitic acts it is intolerant of who we are as a people isn't think about diversity and are you monarchy and it is also illegal and while we're here today in this mode of solidarity in long government must do more than just offered thoughts and prayers government must act this is illegal and it is government's responsibility to protect the people of the state of New York and the state government we'll be doing just that the governor announced that funds will be released to educate young people on history and diverse city in hoops action right now the Knicks are in LA they are playing.

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