17 Burst results for "Matt Peterson"

"matt peterson" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

03:34 min | 7 months ago

"matt peterson" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"And they'll go after her as well. So so there's no doubt that Democrats are afraid well, well an and it seems to me they were playing footsie's at the beginning of this process, Kamala Harris making a plea for donations to get some of these folks out of jail. So they could get back out on the streets which we know they did because they got arrested again, but it's it's like the old Chinese. Proverb if you ride a tiger, it's hard to get off the various versions. But at some point, they have to dismount from this tiger that I think Democrats thought they were gonNA benefit from, and now it's become dangerous Jenny Durkan in Seattle they came to her home Ted Wheeler in in Portland Larry lightfoot. Lori lightfoot. In in Chicago, you have these various politicians who played footsie's with this organization until it turned on them. Yeah I think that's an interesting dynamic, and if there's any hope here, you would. You would. You would hope that at some point they're able to stand up at least behind the scenes and say something but you know I have to say I I am doubtful that without the right becoming more vocal. In calling this out in front of the American people at the Democrats will or the left will change because so far you're right I mean you know Laurie lightweight and Chicago doesn't like it when people show up at her house and she's GonNa stop that but is she really going to condemn you know violence in the movement wholesale maybe you're right we've seen a turn where they sort of realized we do have this tiger by the tail and we can't let go but we don't like This. But at the same time I mean look Biden shed a few things about violence being wrong Harris I mean she is she has said even less and they do not want to call out this organization and and look frankly nor do Republicans. Right. So until we can actually call this out explicitly all the time in in public especially politicians on the right I just I just don't see how it's going to stop the other aspect to it is beside shining a light on it, which is a must. The other aspect is, of course. Law Enforcement is actually when when there are laws being violated, law enforcement is going to have to act and when you look at what we've seen you know what I like to say is especially with Antifa but also with black lives matter the both of them combined they also, they often worked together. At what I like to say, this is not gonNA stop until it stopped. And what I mean by that is these are the sorts of activists. These are sort the people who the minority of people out there in America, but they gotta sorts of people who are going to continue to do what they've done and break the law until someone actually physically stops. and. That has to be law enforcement in America and so. You know I think that there's been some some places some regions have have really. Done a good job in turning the tide and saying, no, we're not going to allow this year. but but you know the the jury's still out on what we're GONNA do so both two things need to happen. We need politicians who clearly distinguish between what's acceptable and what's not when it comes to protesting, and then when it comes to harassment and violence, and then we're gonNA eat law enforcement that's willing to take the slings and arrows up the other side, which is gonNA say they're being they're being terrible and unjust and enforce the law. I think you're right. Matt Peterson. Is Vice President of Education Claremont Institute and Editor of the American mind you're a great guest comeback and see us Matt. Thank you so much for having me. You got it..

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"matt peterson" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"matt peterson" Discussed on KCRW

"Robert lighthizer, a cabinet level official who has a knack for flying under the radar this week. The US is being represented by lighthizer number two. Jeffrey garish for insight into these talks. I'm turning to Matt Peterson senior editor at the Atlantic. Where he writes about global affairs. Matt thanks for coming in. My pleasure. So what is at the heart of the trade dispute slash tension between the US and China. This is about more than trade. These are two sides to see the world very differently and particularly Robert lighthizer. We just heard from sees the world very differently from a lot of his predecessors who held that top trade negotiator job. He really sees this as a big picture struggle between the forces of at least economic freedom, and democracy and China, and it's authoritarian government. So there's a lot of trade disputes that stake. Here there's soybeans that the Chinese are not buying at the moment. There's technology that they're blocking and messing around with. But there's some bigger things at stake when lighthizer talking so how is that different? From what we've seen in the past with folks who have had this position the pass have they not seen China as that much of a threat or have they been more willing to work with China both? So they passed US trade negotiators have certainly thought that China was a problem. They have pushed pretty hard to try and do things about it. So in the Obama. Ministration? For instance, you had the Trans-Pacific Partnership the TPP, which is a big trade deal that was meant in part to deal with China. But it came at it in a very different way that was working with American allies to try to come up with a big global approach to convince everybody to work together. Whereas lighthizer here is now just kind of taking a hammer to the relationship. He really supports all these tariffs that have gone up there mostly his plan his strategy,.

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"matt peterson" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"matt peterson" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Keyword to alexa derm wbz ap welcome back to jim bohannon show we talked with matt peterson patterson pardon may state director of the california local elected officials what is that organization exactly i've ever heard of them before california policy center and we help local elected officials all over california sort of navigate the ways and houses california politics and the the process of governing we do workshops for recently elected officials on various policy issues and how to outreach with constituents it's basically a network of local officials get the resources they need to succeed in their jobs now that i note that the president has said that he is now a return out with that list of twenty five that he had i put together during his campaign for possible openings at might occur on the court during his tenure most of have considered to be a fairly distinguished lot of of conservative jurists now apparently is down to about five and he'll make alone on monday july night the who the final pick is he says it includes two women but that he would not ask candidates their position on roe versus wade quoting the president i'm not going to ask them that question of course with the all of these nominees that we are talking about at least at all have have if you will paper trails in terms of judicial rulings and even one who's not a judge utah senator mike lee undoubtedly has a voting record so i don't know that you necessarily have to ask a justice or a judge if you will whether or not they would be inclined to overturn roe versus wade yeah and i think because there's no reason to do that that's exactly why he's not going to you know i think the last thing the president wants a democratic senator as give nominee did the president give you a litmus test and you know any reason for them to use that as an excuse to vote against them not like they're going to need an excuse by the way you know why give them more ammunition yeah that's the thought as well there have been other names that i've heard flubbed about i've had callers to this program and i've even seen some online speculation name such as greg jarrett of fox news talk show host laura ingram janine pirro these raw lawyers but they've got a lot of baggage just from rhetoric oh no question i mean i think that would be really choice to pick someone from journalism even if i do have a legal background i don't think that's going to happen i think the list that the heritage foundation and the federalist society have helped prepare prepares really solid list it would be really hard for any democratic senator in a red state like joe manchin for example justify voting against any of those twenty five names are so distinguished and have such brilliant legal minds it's hard to see how you could go against them on the merits on the credentials so i think he's gonna stick to the list of course raises another issue that is obviously before us because of all those senators who were elected as democrats in oh six now twelve years later they're up for reelection and of the thirty three senators up for reelection this you're only eight republicans twentyfive are either democrats or the two independents who really are democrats because they vote with them at caucus with him and of those ten are from states which trump carried and five from states that.

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"matt peterson" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"matt peterson" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Welcome back in jimbohannon show we talked with matt peterson patterson barred may state director of the california local elected officials and what does that organization executive ever heard of before we're a project of the california policy center and we help local elected officials all over california sort of navigate the way than houses california politics and the process of governing we'd do workshops for the recently elected officials on various policy issues and how to outreach constituents it's basically a network of local officials given the resources they need to succeed in their jobs now i note that the president has said that he is now a return out with that list of twenty five that he had i put together during his campaign for possible openings at might occur on the court during his tenure most have considered to be a fairly distinguished lot of of conservative jurists now apparently is down to about five and he will make known on monday july night the who the final pick is he says it includes two women but that he would not ask candidates their position on roe versus wade quoting the president i'm not going to ask them that question of course with the all of these nominees that we are talking about at least all have have if you will paper trails in terms of judicial rulings and even one who's not a judge utah senator mike lee undoubtedly has a voting record so i don't know that you necessarily have to ask a justice or a judge if you will whether or not they would be inclined to overturn roe versus wade yeah and i think because there's no reason to do that that's exactly why he's not going to you know i think the last thing the president wants as a democrat senator ask his nominee did the president give you a litmus test and you know any reason for them to use that as an excuse to vote against him not like they're going to need an excuse by the way but you know why give them more immunization yeah that's about as well there have been other names that i've heard floated about i've had callers to this program and i've even seen some online speculation name such as greg jarrett of fox news talk show host laura rumba janine perrow these are all lawyers but they've got a lot of baggage just from rhetoric oh no question i mean i think that would be really choice to pick someone from journalism even if you have a legal background i don't think that's going to happen i think the list that the heritage foundation and then you know the federalist society have helped prepares really solid list it would be really hard for any democratic senator in a red state like joe manchin for example to justify voting against any of those twenty five names are so distinguished and have such brilliant legal minds it's hard to see how you could vote against them on the merits on the credentials so i think he's gonna stick to the list of course raises another issue that is obviously before us because of all those senators who were elected as democrats in oh six now twelve years later they're up for reelection and of the thirty three senators up for reelection this year only eight or republicans twentyfive are either democrats or the two independents who really are democrats because they vote with them and caucus with them and those ten are from states which trump carried and five from states that trump carried by ten points or more so i mean these people want to keep their job i dare say that probably at their heart of hearts most of these senators would not care to to approve anybody that the president wants an honest conviction on their part probably they would but they really are very the altima conviction they want to stay in their job so what do they do what do they do selfpreservation the i think of any politician it is you know i mean w seriously i would i would have to think that that's a wise move on the part of the president to court these people all the hard for me to imagine that the president still won't go after them in the election says i think that's hard to imagine but you know i think humor and the democrats made a real strategic mistake with neil gorsuch insisting on such lockstep you know no votes against such an obviously qualified candidates there was really switching.

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"matt peterson" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:50 min | 3 years ago

"matt peterson" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"On yourself dot com welcome back to jim bohannon show we talked with matt peterson patterson pardon may state director of the california local elected officials what does that organization exactly i've ever heard of that before we're a project of the california policy severe and we help local elected officials all over california sort of navigate the ways in house of california politics and the process of governing we'd do workshops for recently elected officials on various policy issues and how outreach with constituents it's basically a network of local officials given the resources they need to succeed in their jobs now then i note that the president has said that he is now we start out with that list of twenty five that he had i put together during his campaign for possible openings at might occur on the court during his tenure most of have considered to be a fairly distinguished lot of of conservative jurists now apparently is down to about five and he'll make known on monday july night who the final pick is he says it includes two women but that he would not ask candidates their position on roe versus wade quoting the president i'm not going to ask them that question of course with the all of these nominees that we are talking about at least all have have if you will paper trails in terms of judicial rulings and even one who's not a judge utah senator mike lee undoubtedly has a voting record so i don't know that you necessarily have to ask a justice or a judge if you will whether or not they would be inclined to overturn roe versus wade yeah and i think because there's no reason to do that that's exactly why he's not going to you know i think the last thing the president wants as a democratic senator ask his nominee did the president give you a litmus test and you know any reason for them to use that as an excuse to vote against him not like they're going to need an excuse by the way but you know why give them more ammunition yeah that's the thought as well there have been other names that i've heard floated about i've had callers to this program and i've even seen some online speculation name such as gregg jarrett of fox news talk show host laura rum janine pirro these raw lawyers but they've got a lot of baggage just from rhetoric oh no question i mean i think that would be really appalled choice to pick someone from journalism even if they do have a legal background i don't think that's going to happen i think the list that the heritage foundation and you know the federalist society have helped prepare really solid list it would be really hard for any democratic senator in a red state like joe manchin for example justify voting against any of those twenty five names there so distinguished and have such brilliant legal minds it's hard to see how you could vote against them on the merits on the credentials so i think he's gonna stick to the list and that's that's of course raises another issue that is obviously before us because of all those senators who were elected as democrats in oh six now twelve years later they're up for reelection and of the thirty three senators up for reelection this year only eight or republicans twentyfive are either democrats or the two independents who really are democrats because they vote with them and caucus with them and those ten are from states which trump carried and five from states that trump carried by ten points or more so i mean these people want to keep their job i mean i would dare say that probably their heart of hearts most of these senators would not care to to approve anybody that the president wants an honest conviction on their part probably they wouldn't but they really are very much have the altima conviction they want to stay in their job so what do they do what do they do selfpreservation the i think any politician it is you know i mean i mean seriously i would have i would have to think that that's a wise move on the part of the president to court these people you know it's hard for me to imagine that the president still won't go after them in the election yes i think that's hard to imagine but you know i think schumer and the democrats made a real strategic mistake with neil gorsuch insisting on such lockstep you know no votes against such an obviously qualified candidate.

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"matt peterson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"matt peterson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The farm system as a whole albion sandy i mean he's been here what seven eight years now and i went to go on the cleveland browns but i mean the farmers just does nothing there is nothing that's that's the problem right now i mean even the young pitching's like they drafted a few years ago now guiding anthony k and matt peterson they're not walking through that door tomorrow so even the prospects that they have or a long ways away it's just not a very good system and that obviously comes down to sandy alderson hey guys hey listen you know there's things the yankees could do you can speculate but everything you're hearing the owner loves the fact that they're under two hundred million and all the cnbc can talk all they want about manny machado but but they have to do is play these young guys get jury the intermixed with andrew how're see how they're doing each guy by july when the trade deadline comes to the yankees needed starter i'm assuming keenly and warriner gonna come back in time to bolster the bullpen and then you take the kansas city approach get one decent started i think you can even though cashman's been brilliant you can't fault him for but again that goes back to the two hundred millions what do you think well yeah i mean i think they want standard sure hundred million i think it depends on who the player is and how far over or close it gets them one of the appeals of madison bumgarner is not just his greatness but it's the money he's making because madison bumgarner this season if the giants fell out of it and decided to trade him is making and this would be prorated twelve million dollars which is nothing for a guy like that and the next year there's a club option which obviously the yankees or the giants or anybody would pick up he is due to make twelve million dollars twelve million dollars that's half of what cole hamels is making so that's why bumgarner is the entire package on every level he's the.

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"matt peterson" Discussed on Skullduggery

Skullduggery

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"matt peterson" Discussed on Skullduggery

"After that the just screw up i think this may have been a colossal screw up on his larry noble thanks allied for your side's we'll be back to you on this unfolding matter great thank you bye bye so what did you think i thought it was interesting i am fascinating i little did i ever suspect we'd all be hanging on the edge chairs waiting for stormy daniels to come forward and up i spent like a career in investigative journalism trying to avoid fec law stories maybe i was wrong i i think you're going to be proven wrong because this could be one of the most fascinating f e c k cases in history um if the fec chooses to act and that's an interesting question i mean i come back to this like screw up idea by cohen because the fact is that he could have said nothing he could have just told the fcc to bug off feed enough the respond at all he certainly didn't have to publicly because the likelihood that the fcc would ever do anything given that it needs four votes to do so and they only have four commissioners to a republicans won by the way is matt peterson the guy who trump had nominated for the federal judgeship and then went down in flames when he couldn't answer basic questions about federal law uh in his confirmation hearings so was unlikely that the sec was going to act before but as larry noble said if stormy daniels can link the payment to the campaign it may have no choice while up but at the end of the day then it would hinge on the credibility of a porn star who has been selling her story to the media and it's going to depend on on the specifics of what she says in a she can make a compelling case that you know this was the by my silence and they wanted it for for the campaign the other thing quickly i'll say that i thought was important if it turns out the donald trump pay the hundred thirty thousand dollars while he's allowed the he wouldn't violated limits on how much money.

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"matt peterson" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"matt peterson" Discussed on KGO 810

"Judiciary matt peterson attitude we do okay but the thing that when i heard this first i thought it was a joke and of a speed it up or something yeah the guy as they had the head of the judiciary committee whose name escapes me but it's obviously got to be republican years republican it's republican and he's asking this guy matthew peterson who is up for a judge ship and had been nominated by trump and this is listen to some of the quite as i am appointment listen lyft i've ever try to jury trial i have not shoval no criminal bench stayed our federal court i have not taken a position by yourself i believe no have you ever argued emotion in state court i have not have you ever argued a motion in federal court now that's like oh my god hit you know what kind of guy i thought it was bad that you put scott pruitt who wanted to destroy the epa as head of the pa they do that's a big labor terry member rick perry can remember what 21 destroyed soviet has put you in charter it's up and all this hype here's the thing that i i understand people's need too like they wanted to mix it up i get i honestly get that but that's a better idea and in theory than in practice the let's try that your house you're gonna love it your house and morales we're gonna put a rhino and your house and he similarly with you for a couple of months and he's is gonna mix things up uh he's gonna shakes up survive i guarantee you you're marriage will not be the same at the end of this time things will look and feel different registers shake it up that's good right how can that be bad tired of the same old same old share is better than doing this yeah yeah organise at a different room on fire rescue russia brings up amazing what he could do in your houses i i love the fact he goes he's not a politician except that's the job never applies to your heart.

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"matt peterson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"matt peterson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The time telling the yemenis that was the most expensive nozoe you've ever tasks and they cut off aid now who sponsored this resolution the general assembly fifteen years later yemen so the us tries to play she's countries all the time it doesn't always stick for nikki haley however she's got her name out there she shown to be effective communicator she's she said to be at the centre of issues that matter in the un system in on the world stage so personally politically for i think this comes up pretty well although i gotta say i didn't really understand we're going to take names though we're going to take names line i mean isn't that why there's a rollcall the well the us is history of trying to punish countries that don't vote its way but it's not very effective it's not a really good way to policy this rally way of of swain people's mind seems to be much more effective which is offer them inducements over time abbas strategy when people over on side matt peterson with the atlantic thanks very much for your time really appreciate it i pleasure can you think of a world leader who's had a more eventful year the donald trump at the tough on president xi jinping of china certainly did not fade away in fact she's a year included this very high note a party congress at elevated him to the same status as chairman mao here's my bbc colleague china editor carry gracie with some end of your thoughts many did things to china were made possible by donald trump in 2017 in his last year in office the american president denounced the international institutions which the you acid once built and let he turned his back on the paris climate change a cold and a trade agreement for the asiapacific region one of which gave china's communist party leaders xi.

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"matt peterson" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"matt peterson" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Names right and if you're an investor like nikki haley that kind of attention is is really good for you frankly even if it's not really great for the united states you know i should say the united states has a history of trying to take names here in two thousand and to the united states wanted the un to back the war in iraq and the un voted down one of the country's devoted to town was yemen and the americans were caught on an open mic at the time telling the yemenis that was the most expensive nozoe you've ever tasks and they cut off aid now who sponsored this resolution the general assembly fifteen years later yemen so the us tries to punish his country's all the time it doesn't always stick for nikki haley however she's got her name out there she's shown to be effective communicator she's she said it'd be at the centre of issues that matter in the un system in on the world stage so personally politically for her i think this comes up pretty well although i gotta say i didn't really understand we're gonna take now james though we're going to take names line i mean isn't that why is a rollcall the us well the us this is history of trying to punish countries that don't vote its way but it's a start very effective it's not a really good way to do policy this rarely way of of swaying people's mind seems to be much won't start in which is offer them inducements over time out of strategy when people over on your side matt peterson with the atlantic thanks very much for your time really appreciate it a pleasure can you think of a world leader who's had a more eventful year the donald trump and it's a tough on president xi jinping of china certainly did not fade away in fact she's year included this very high note a party congress at elevated him to the same status as chairman mao here's my bbc colleague china editor carry gracie with some end of your thoughts many did things to china were made possible by donald trump in 2017 in his first year in office the american president denounced the international institutions which the us at once built and let he turned his back on the paris climate change a call.

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"matt peterson" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"matt peterson" Discussed on PRI's The World

"I have never been corroborated uh they don't appear to have any grounding in fact and it has been a challenge for us and for other news organizations to not get caught up in that and to try to follow the investigation were goes and not a believe every aspect of this story even if it might have an air of possibility mark was that he of the new york times thanks very much okay thank you so we'll see where the moeller investigation goes in the new year but it's not going away nor is the decision by president trump to recognize jerusalem as israel's capital and moving the us embassy there from tel aviv the decision sparked protests in the middle east and elsewhere and a diplomatic slap on the wrist from the united nations the un general assembly voted overwhelmingly to pass a resolution condemning the us move only seven countries voted with the us in israel on that one they were guatemala honduras the marshall islands micronesia now rupe palau and togo 35 other nations abstained afterward us ambassador to the un nikki haley invited this countries to a reception or as the atlantic's matt peterson calls it a friendship party met joins us now so when does this party actually happened this friendship party matt it's january third uh which has debris my birthday so i'm hoping there might be so what does the way the un vote went say about us diplomacy right now what does it say about israeli diplomacy it doesn't say a lot of good things about us diplomacy it says some better things about israel these countries that voted with united states and israel are small countries paulao micronesia them marshall islands now rue these tiny countries in the pacific all get votes on the general assembly that are essentially equal to what the united states france china other big countries have and what that means is that in cases like this that votes are basically up for grabs i mean there's a story you can tell about each of them but by and large these are countries that can be persuaded to vote on issues that are not on their core interests they could be persuaded to vote one way or the other through economic or political settles the just to be clear there's not really big jewish communities in anything.

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"matt peterson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"matt peterson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The right now panel it is time for you to answer some questions about this week's news roxanne president trump nominated matthew peterson to a lifetime appointment on a federal district court but he was forced to withdraw after he failed to answer questions about what this clearly was my favorite thing from the entire week he could not answer a single question about the law exactly right haley virtuoso performance of incompetence yet never was it was gripping let's let's share some of it with you it was a confirmation hearing for these five nominees and republican senator john kennedy in what clearly was an attempt to finally get some name recognition asked this guy matt peterson the basic questions about federal law like have you ever conducted a trial light here you can listen have you ever try to jury trial i have not civil now criminal now bench now stayed our federal or i have not okay so so he's fourfaced he's not going to go in there with like you know opinion sentence tone is going to be flexible that's cool and apparently he he he figures out the senator only has five minutes so he did what everybody who has not studied for a test does he just repeated the question back when's the last time you read the federal rules of civil procedure the federal rules of civil procedure um i you know when's the last time you read the federal rules for that the federal rules of evidence all the way through with yeah it it goes on he actually like you know more about the law watching an episode of law and order yeah no i think it you've done if you've sang a cover of i fought the law and the law on game it's so shocking is that these are lifetime appointments i was like i thought kinney's spell law i was done can i spell law the whole word two.

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"matt peterson" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"matt peterson" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"Bill how did luke do in our quiz looks very good he got all three right thank you so much right now panel it is time for you to answer some questions about this week's news roxanne president trump nominated matthew peterson to a lifetime appointment on a federal district court but he was forced to withdraw after he failed to answer questions about what this clearly was my favorite thing from the entire week he could not answer a single question about the law exactly right eight virtuoso performance of incompetence yes i have never easy it was it was gripping let's let's share some of it with you it was a confirmation hearing for these five nominees and republican senator john kennedy in what clearly was an attempt to finally get some name recognition asked this guy matt peterson the basic questions about federal law like have you ever conducted a trial like here you can listen have you ever try to jury trial i have not shovel no criminal now bench now stayed our federal or i have not okay so so he's freshfaced he's not going to go in there with like you know opinion sentence stone is going to be flexible that's cool and apparently he he he figures out the senator only has five minutes so he did what everybody who has not studied for a test does he just repeated the question back when's the last time you read the federal rules of procedure.

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"matt peterson" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"matt peterson" Discussed on WCTC

"A chris back semeck the outside linebacker got in there in and they that south quickly and he he got in their native stabbed dustin white riley the safety also at on that play and a sniffen in that out that runs up the middle aren't there is much purpose getaway but they have had some success to the outside let's see hatcher throw when it's on a thirddown enforcer to asia thirddown anita completion second down and swell from and albon forty seven now we'll throw over the fatal and it got battered down at the line of scrimmage looking up the field at about a forty yard line would have been about seventy yard game where the guy a play their butts the sean tailored defence redan nafie that one down foreman elephant the now brings up a third down and trailed situation for the chiefs within alpine forty seven yardline roy seen from hatcher is that is a lot that ever thrower when he's on the run a role about to the right year tried to get one of these receivers lined up on the right side third and twelve now hatcher in the guy gun twins do either side of one running back and hatcher looks frozen expanded that can occur not even at a lotta scrimmage it a pack field getting a hand on that one the banal up in braves was sal tar doled out inside linebacker whose name i think we're going to call a lot more edge twice the amount allocated got into knocked down a piscataway patti was looking for camille pryor and the right flat and and even if he's able to complete that path it's not going anywhere because there was third twelve and prior would have been tackled for maybe a one or two yard gained so bit stand vitamin alvin defense after their offense held the ball for nearly eight minutes and couldn't score 25 past breakup on the season forman albon this you they get to the quarterback fifty eight hurries now standing back the booted away is matt peterson and it's a fair catch called four by man aliban the chen yard line may feel that's going to be first in ten from an elephant from their own chan and again i say with both of these offenses max now able to put together long drives watch the field position battle this is the first time anybody's been pinned back really deepened albon will start at their.

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"matt peterson" Discussed on Amazing Business Radio with Shep Hyken

Amazing Business Radio with Shep Hyken

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"matt peterson" Discussed on Amazing Business Radio with Shep Hyken

"Now there is a loaded quite well you weren't expecting i fia i hope it does because i think in the end um computers are exceptionally good at doing you know at following protocol um they're exceptionally good at at repeatable um sort of immutable uh activities um and so and human beings are not good at those things and they don't typically enjoy doing those things and they don't feel fulfilled when they do you know these wrote tasks over and over human beings are much more creative and they've hill you know much better about themselves about their company about a customer when they're able to you know creatively solve problems and so you candidly i hope a i comes and takes you know these manual jobs away from human beings because human beings don't find a film and doing them and that will allow us to you don't find more creative alex and and less repetitive work for human being so i hope i hope it comes i'm i'm definitely awaiting the day uh you know when driving becomes you know a sport in a hobby as opposed to uh you know a chore that i have to do every day as i go to and from work so i am definitely you know on on the side of let's let's have uh computers do what their best adam humans do what their best at right so it's sounds to me like we're not looking it for a guy who were the are looking at that uh technology to take away a lower level menial tasks wrote type work and then allow the employees to move into a higher level but not necessarily eliminate them from their job in the company.

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"matt peterson" Discussed on Amazing Business Radio with Shep Hyken

Amazing Business Radio with Shep Hyken

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"matt peterson" Discussed on Amazing Business Radio with Shep Hyken

"I'm a little bit of both right and so we have we have dedicated chat agents on both are so that it sailed into port side um and tho initially you know through the baht kind of get the nih dea what the the customer um were prospect wants to talk about and then you know we kind of it a little bit lucky on boarding we talked about where we have you know automated what we can but we definitely don't believe you know a computer should be taken care of our of our customer you know if our affair computer was doing it we know are envious score would be would be much lower in the week we try and handled the um more automated more transactional more wrote interactions um with algorithms but as soon as we get an exception as soon as we get a case outside of the norm uh that's were ringing a human being directly and so it's seen lanza we we believe it seamless um that being said uh you know as soon as the cut in were trying to get better here obviously you don't things are going to be improving our albums will get better but we are we are absolutely moving towards uh you know being able to determine exactly when that uh when that wall needs to be crossed uh you know from an automated responses to a a custom a response from human being right well that's and that's what the best companies in the best systems are doing said you think that these chat bots are going to replace or artificial intelligence is going to replace uh human beings in in their jobs.

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"matt peterson" Discussed on Amazing Business Radio with Shep Hyken

Amazing Business Radio with Shep Hyken

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"matt peterson" Discussed on Amazing Business Radio with Shep Hyken

"Then you can really start to start to gain some um exceptionally useful insights into a you know in into how to grow and how to ultimately pleased that the customer right i love that and we're going to take a short break it when we do come back we're gonna talk about some of the key things that you've done to make sure that customer service has become your competitive different chater and has increased as in ps scores you've been listening to map peterson tell us uh i'll give us some insights on how his company is growing into an amazing things jive communications amazing things for the customers and this amazing radio were thing for free claim customer services in home marketing in canton in his one of the hottest marketing trends that it makes sense that you're customer service experience strategy would include a content marketing strategy delivering relevant concept cent not nuts late promotional kacin is part of the value the youth bring your customers you can become an influential voice in your industry which creates more leads loyalty and brand recognition and that's worth power poles comes in this solution will help the the more organized an efficiently published in plos content to social channels websites blogs email and more and the team at powerful post can provide consultation and services that help your brand of vile and till modern day marketer turn your company into a publishing the she that adds adds that value to your customers experience learn more at w w w dot power post dot digital that's www dot powerful est dot digital.

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