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"mccord" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

Dose of Leadership

02:38 min | 11 months ago

"mccord" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

"Of the shampoo bottle? And he's like, wait, wait, what are we talking about? We're not shampoo. What do you mean? She says, it says lather rinse repeat on the back of the shampoo bottle. She's like, you don't have to it just sells more shampoo. But I've come to the conclusion that our job is managers, 50% of it is just lather rinse repeat. So the snip from the conversation I had with patty back in January 5th, 2019 is episode three 59. If you want to listen to the full episode, we talk about more than communication here. We talk about culture primarily in her book powerful. I love patty mccord. I love the way she thinks. And then this clip what we're talking about here this micro dose of communication that you're getting today. A couple points that first story that she emphasized there where the sky says, the problem can't be communication. Look, I have these stand ups every Friday. I do it all the time. And she goes, yeah, but what are you communicating? And they're communicating the processes, right? The granular stuff. The stuff that the middle and below should be taken care of anyway. And the job of what she was trying to get across for this person, the higher up in the organization is like, you need to be communicating where we're taking this and why we're taking it there. And this is key, particularly if you've heard me talk about which I think every organization should be striving for a decentralized culture of leadership and to get a decentralized culture of leadership. The senior leadership has to be focused maniacally on the intent on where we're taking this and why we're taking it there. And that's what she was getting across in that first story. The second story was where the CFO was kind of incredulous. I mean, I got to say this again, I got to repeat this thing. Are you kidding me if these people don't know this by now they shouldn't be in this on my team in this organization. And the lady that used to work at Procter & Gamble says, they got a rather lens repeat, just like the back of the shampoo bottle says. And her point what that is, is it's constant. Rather lens repeat. Rather, sorry, lather rinse for beat and getting my letters up here. Lather rinse repeat over and over and over again, right? I love those stories. Patty gets it. She's one of the ones she really understands what it means to be a leader in any organization in life. And so that's the takeaway I wanted you to walk away with today. So remember, if you're gonna go out there today, focus on communication, focus on the what and the why, focus on the intent, that's gonna help you in your week today. And then second of all, do it consistently constantly. You can never over communicate it, right? I hope you got some value out of this. Let me know what you think. Short and sweet today, kept it under.

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"mccord" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

Dose of Leadership

06:28 min | 11 months ago

"mccord" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

"As just like I am with you, I'm intentionally attempting to become the best I can possibly be drawing or being drawn towards my purpose and calling. I hope you are too, committing to a life of service. You're basically making the place better than we found it. I want to live a life of consequence, and I hope you do too, and that's why we do this show. And I hope you had a great Thanksgiving, releasing this one the weekend after. Thanksgiving, the Monday after Thanksgiving. A little different. I don't have an interview on this Monday, thought I would just ease into the week with a micro dose episode of micro dose of communication. Communication is constant. It's always with us, all the challenges that we're faced with. If you think about it, really kind of goes back to communication or lack thereof, and so I thought what I would do is revisit a conversation that I had with patty mccord. Back in January 5th of 2019, this is an excerpt from that conversation I had with patty mccord. She is the former chief talent officer at Netflix. And I really enjoyed this conversation. And she came on to talk about her book powerful. But if you're not familiar with patty, you need to get familiar with her. You need to check out her book powerful. You probably seen her slide deck. It's kind of made away on the Internet about culture, the Netflix culture. Well, that's got patty's fingerprints or mind her thoughts all over that. That's her. She was all about recruiting motivating, creating great teams. And she was really responsible for creating the unique and high performing culture at Netflix. Back in the day, when she was the chief talent officer, she was there in the massive transition. With Netflix when it became the powerhouse that it is, and it's because of her. She's just an expert in culture. An expert in communication, and that's what we talked about at least what I'm gonna share with you in this. Excerpt this clip is about communication. If you're a fan of the show, I'd be listening to me, you know, you might have heard me say the term maniacal communication. I don't use that term lightly. You have to be as a leader. You have to be maniacal on how you communicate. I do think that is the primary role, the higher you get up in the organization, to me it becomes so much about communication, where we take in the ship and why are we taking it there? That gets missed a lot. I know what I've coached executives, they don't seem to think communications the issue. They said, you know, I sent out emails. I got my newsletter. I got everything else, and I'm like, yeah, what else? Because you should be doing it constantly. You can not over communicate. Your mission, your values and where you're taking the company. It's impossible. You can not over communicate it. Every conversation I don't care if it's in the hallway, if it's an email, every conversation. I mean, every somehow you've got to weave in your culture, your values, what you stand for. Your constitution, your principles, where you're taking this company and why. That's why I say it's maniacal. You can not, it's impossible to over communicate those things. We tend to communicate over communicate the granular stuff. The details. The processes stuff. You know, and that's where we go wrong. And so actually, that's a point that patty makes here in this excerpt. I'm talking about, so listen what she says about that. And then also repetitiveness up or the maniacal the way you got to do it constantly. It's an interesting clip. It takes about two and a half minutes. And so basically what I just got done talking to her when you're picking up this clip, I was asking her, the primary roles of you get higher in their organization, particularly, how are you getting the organization? The primary role is communication and what her thoughts on that. And she has two stories that she shares that kind of drive those point home. So here it is, here's patty's response to that leading question of me talking about, don't you think it's the primary role as leaders to be communicators? I am two stories for you on that. I did an annual conference for a startup company in their base in Finland. And we were at their global leadership conference and we're having all these breakouts and we come back and the issue is communication, right? And I say to the CEO says, I can't believe that the issue is communication. I mean, we have a stand up meeting every single Friday. And I said, well, first of all, banky, the issue is always communication. Right. Forever. And it's your issue forever, okay? So here's the thing that it's too granular that every Friday meeting is just step by step by step by step by step, and they want to know, where are we going? It's that so it's you're communicating tactically very, very well. That's not what they're complaining about. They're complaining about the overarching goal where we're going. And so that's probably a new skill set for you to be able to talk about that. So what should be the right discipline at heartbeat for that kind of communication? That you can't do every week because it's too soon, right? Maybe maybe this means it's time for those meetings to happen monthly. That doesn't mean there can't be weekly meetings. That just might mean that those weekly meetings are about you. You're not the one that we so that story number one. Story number two is I'm at Netflix. And when our executive meeting and one of the things that I often did at the executive meeting was, I would say, have we made any decisions here today and how are we going to communicate that? And so one of the things is something that is something that we are we've talked about before, but we want to reiterate it again. And my CFO says, I can't believe I have to go out and say this again. I mean, if somebody in my organization doesn't know this already, then they probably shouldn't be there because this is totally obvious and everybody knows it. And I said, well, you know, we've hired 40 people in the organization since U.S. at this conversation. And they don't know. They've never heard you say it. And our CMO was from Procter & Gamble. She was the product manager for pantene shampoo. And she says, have you ever read the back.

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"mccord" Discussed on Christy Wright's Business Boutique

Christy Wright's Business Boutique

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"mccord" Discussed on Christy Wright's Business Boutique

"Here's where you're coming from. And what i love is the lens that you guys put on this consistently is the bible consistently is faith so i get a lot of pushback on social media about any graham. Sure sure i get not a lot. That's that's an exaggeration. i also like to exaggerate. I do get some though of direct messages and emails of it's of the devil. You can't be a christ follower and use the any grammont lots of skepticism around the ingraham from the faith community so instead of avoiding that welcome. We're gonna talk about teached me about because i've never even been able to really defend it or speak intelligently because i don't know enough about the history of it but you guys do would you teach me and us a little bit about the history and how you're able to blend. Yes this tool. Sure with your faith and us about yeah. I want to honor the question i. I'm grateful that christians are mindful and testing the spirits or using discernment to apply the scriptures. So that we're not necessarily influenced by the next popular trend. It's nice. I like y'all you're when you're wrong to the intent behind it is great. I think what many people assume so. It is true the modern form. The ingram was highly influenced by two eastern mystics and they had different types of spiritual experiences and they use new age or eastern mystic language to describe those experiences. But here's what's different. And i think a lot of people think of the india graham sort of like the mormon church or joseph smith who goes away. He has a conversation with the angel. He's delivered authoritative texts and they create a religion out of it. That wasn't how the neograft started. It was more one guy had a container of knowledge which he would not even recognize. How the ingraham us now. One of his students than started teaching it to his students in california. What year are we talking about here at this sixties and seventies okay..

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"mccord" Discussed on Christy Wright's Business Boutique

Christy Wright's Business Boutique

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"mccord" Discussed on Christy Wright's Business Boutique

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"mccord" Discussed on Christy Wright's Business Boutique

Christy Wright's Business Boutique

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"mccord" Discussed on Christy Wright's Business Boutique

"I get a lot of pushback on social media about any leads the devil. I'm grateful that christians are mindful and using discernment to apply the scriptures. Such a nine. Everyone and welcome to the christy wright show where faith meets personal development. So you can have a bigger faith and a better life. I'm so excited because today we are talking about the any agree. How now if you are familiar with ingraham. You're going to be excited about this. If you're not familiar with any graham you're gonna learn what it is which will be great because now you can have conversations with your friends and actually know what they're talking about for once. And then i get to sit down with my good friends beth. And jeff mccord who are ideogram coaches bestselling authors and. They are experts on the ingraham..

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AnnaLynne McCord Reveals Dissociative Identity Disorder Diagnosis

Jason and Alexis

01:02 min | 1 year ago

AnnaLynne McCord Reveals Dissociative Identity Disorder Diagnosis

"About some news from actress Anna Lindh. McCord. This is making some pretty big headlines. Today. She is saying that she has a disassociative identity disorder that she was diagnosed with this And she's opening up about it. This identity disorder by the way, previously known as multiple personality disorder, If you've heard it referred to is that you can know that the terminology has changed. It is now called disassociative identity disorder. And, um, you know, she's been in all sorts of things, um, 902 and no nip Tuck. She says Now. Yeah, that's right. Off course. Are you serious? I'm serious. She was in the re boot She played Yes. Everything coming back tonight. She wasn't the reboot. She was played Christopher Ewing's girlfriend, Jessie Metcalf's girlfriend. What is your name again? I'm sorry. Anna Lindh. McCord. Okay? Yeah. Anna Lindh.

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Kim Ng Makes Baseball History

The Lead

04:54 min | 2 years ago

Kim Ng Makes Baseball History

"We'll somali i. Can you talk about your own relationship with kim hang. How did you get to know her. I started reporting on the dodgers around two thousand eight or nine with espn. And i'd see her on the field and she always was just kind of calmly standing there and you know just seemed like whatever interaction she had with people were seemed to be efficient and short and so it kind of intrigued me. Who is this person. So we just got to talking like. Oh this is this is coming. She's says gm and all of a sudden she's telling me stuff like we've got this kid kenley jansen as a catcher. You really can't hit those we put them on a mound and the results are interesting. Clayton's working on a slider molly. You should really check it out. But the where she would say it was so matter of fact and so dislike whole-home that that's kind of what stood out to me about her and then we've kept in touch over the years. How would you describe her personality. What she like completely unflappable. I think the first thing that needs to be done is. I've got a really familiarize myself with all. The ins and outs of the players. Deadpans are totally cool under pressure. Like the person you gonna call if you were kidnapped and needed the ransom delivered by noon with no you know without tipping off the police or anything else you. She won't be there. Where are we who these players are. And you know. That's that's at this point. The nuts and bolts of the job. Well for those. Who don't know that much about kim. And can you tell us about her career path so she played softball diversity of chicago. She was an infielder. She was really good. I was really a a sports nut love to play and she then became an intern with the white sox and twenty one years old working in the white sox baseball ops as an intern and at the time the other white sox were very good club had a lot of good young players and it was really just about learning and soaking it. All in absorbing all that i could and by the time she was twenty nine she was brian. Cashman the yankees assistant general manager and that was in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight. They won titles ninety eight ninety nine and two thousand now. Let's be clear here. That had she been a man she would have gotten a gm job somewhere else. But that didn't happen. Molly you about saying and how. She operated differently than her peers in l. a. Can you tell us about that. I mean that that dodgers organization was by a bunch of guys who were so emotional so yell at each other so in their feelings she was just sort of just like standing there. Like i can't believe you guys and so it was just like toddlers running around at her feet. Two thousand five. The gm position becomes open and she interviewed for that job. What happens there. She was by all accounts. She was right there and franklin court the former owner of the dodgers wanted to hire her her pedigree spoke for itself. She had three world series rings. She had sixteen years in the business and the owner frank mccord. He wanted the credit of hiring the first female general manager. But what i was told later was that he was scared of the backlash of being the first guy to fire a female general manager. Because as we know it's a cutthroat industry n. gm's they don't their shelf life long even talented ones and so that was one of the reasons he was too scared of that. I guess the mcchord years got really ugly and about i say i wanna say two months before. The dodgers filed for bankruptcy. Because of a court drove the team into the ground. She got out of there and went to work with joe. Torry be again demonstrating how smart. She is molly. You know as well as anybody that kim has been talked about for basically twenty years now as the person who is going to be the first woman. Gm in baseball. Do you have a sense. For how many teams have considered her or interviewed for this position. Because yesterday when i wrote my story i published. I said as far as we know. The dodgers angels the padres the giants the mariners. They've all any reader and within like two minutes. My story going up. Somebody with orioles texted me. Oh we interviewed or to like it was just like everybody is interviewed her. Just sit there going through this anymore. They're just putting me through this so they can fill their quota or whatever i'm not gonna put myself section but she just did not give up and that's really the way a lot of my career has gone is just every step of the way it working as hard as i could give you my nose to the grindstone and just you know getting to the next level but i think this is so valuable to any of us who do have specific dream in mind about something. We'd like to do one day. And that's you know when you call close and you don't get that job that you desperate for just got a flick flush it and let it go and not let it break you to the point where you're not going to try again.

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Do armed right-wing militia groups pose a threat to U.S. presidential election?

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:03 min | 2 years ago

Do armed right-wing militia groups pose a threat to U.S. presidential election?

"Election is nine days away, and experts at Georgetown University are preparing for election day. Disruptions by so called militia groups is not Institutionalist not protected by the Second Amendment. Mary McCord with Georgetown Law Schools Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection, says it's aware of both left and right wing groups who are taking President Trump's words, literally when he told supporters at the last debate, quote, go into the polls and watch very carefully hearing already in the chatter, their groups that are going to self activate in the streets. And so this is one of the Things that we're trying to help local jurisdictions prepare for by making sure that at all levels, people are aware of the prohibitions on the SEC Attorneys General of D. C. Maryland and Virginia issued reminders to residents following the president's statement outlining the official process to become a poll watcher and the laws that protect you as a voter. The institute's guide breaks down voter intimidation laws by state, read our full story and find the link to the guy that w GOP dot com.

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"mccord" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"mccord" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"mccord" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:01 min | 2 years ago

"mccord" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Mary McCord Welcome back to the program. Thanks for joining us. Thank you for having me. Michelle and Cindy Otis is a former CIA analyst and the vice president of analysis for the Alethea group. They track online threats and disinformation and she is with us now. Siniora's welcome to you as well. Welcome back. Thanks, Michelle Mayor McCord. I wanted to start with you because one of the first questions that we wanted to ask is How can these groups even exist and whether or not they are actually permitted under the Constitution? This week you wrote an op ed for The New York Times in which you state that these kinds of militia groups have no constitutional right to exist. And I asked, because I think some people might believe that these groups are legal under the Second Amendment, given its provisioned for a well, a well regulated militia. Can you explain that for us? Absolutely. That is the language that many of these groups point to but well regulated means well regulated by the state by the government, so even pre independence in the colonies when there was into antipathy towards standing armies, they didn't wanna have a standing army. So what they did is, they said, we will have a militia militia means all able bodied residents between certain ages who are available to be called forth by the government. In defence of the state and once called forth they answer to the government there trained by the government. They're directed and regulated by the government. That was, of course, baked into the Second Amendment, and it's baked into the constitutions of the states as well. So there's no ability for groups of individuals to sort of call themselves forth. So let's start to Cindy Otis. Now, as we mentioned, the FBI affidavit lays out many of the ways that this plot was foreshadowed on various online platforms, including Facebook. I just I just wanted to ask what is the role of social media in organizing thes groups? So with the militia groups for these groups that identify as militias they haven't extensive and have had an extensive presence on platforms like Facebook for quite some time, And that's because Facebook in particular has increasingly moved to in recent years. The idea of building communities it talks about communities, as you know, very pleasant things like if you're a travel enthusiast, for example, will help you connect with the other travel enthusiasts. Through our algorithm, which is based on you know, Based on what you click on what content you're looking out. We will show you similar content. But that's also been the case for people who are You know, respond to violent messages, messages that are that are racist, You know, harmful content so that the technology the platform of platforms like Facebook is set up to bring those individuals together, And that's essentially what it was doing for these individuals. You didn't have to go hunting or recruiting, necessarily, if you if you were operating, or you were a member of one of these pages in groups Facebook was actively recommending these pages in groups to other people who might end up potentially joining you. So Mary McCord despite not being authorized by the Constitution, As you just explained, these groups have continued to form and show up at protests like we saw in Kenosha, Wisconsin, just a few weeks ago and at the Michigan State House in May. How prevalent are these groups right now? Do we have any sense of that? Well, they're very prevalent. Unfortunately, I mean, more and more new ones are springing up, including, you know, we have nationwide organizations and frankly, I'm just not going to mention their names on air because I think it just It just helps them with recruitment, and it helps them to feel normal eyes. But we also have small like County groups that air self organizing and and many of them are doing this because they fancy themselves as patriots. They will refer to themselves as patriots and say it's their duty to defend and protect the constitution. But of course they're the ones deciding how the constitution should be. Interpreted and they're doing so completely outside of government, accountability and outside of, you know any actual authorized authority. And finally Cindy Otis. What about online? I mean, Facebook and other companies say their policies to report credible threats. And to remove harmful content, But it doesn't seem to be enough to stop these sorts of groups from having an online presence. Do you have thoughts about what is there something more that needs to be done? Yes, certainly Most of the social media platforms and mainstream is what I'm talking about. They've largely taken a reactionary stance. So when they sort of asked themselves at the end of the day, what kind of users do we want on our platform? The answer has mostly been anybody and then if any of those users You know, conduct activities that air against their terms of service and their policies. Then they will remove content Actor after the fact What that has allowed groups like these to do is to sort of play in what is a very large gray space that the platform allows of activity where they're able, Teo, you know, used the platform to recruit get new members spread their message. And it's with content that is just just sort of sort of straddles the line really of what is violative and then when it does cross into territory that is in violation of platforms. Often it's just that specific content that's removed as opposed to the actual group. And so I think social media platforms need to really decide do theywant groups that advocate violence that are known to advocate violence on their platforms. Are they really going to wait for And the groups to take to take violent action before they actually cracked down These people these accounts, these groups and pages should have been taken down earlier. Cindy Otis is a former CIA analyst and the vice president of analysis for the Alethea group. She's also the author of a book about how to Spot Fake News. Cindy Otis. Thanks for joining us, Thank You also joining us Mary McCord, who is the legal director of the Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection at Georgetown Law. She was also acting assistant attorney general for National security from 2016 to 2017. Mary McCord. Thank you so much for your time as well. Thank you, Michelle. We're now 3.5 weeks away from Election Day. But as.

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"mccord" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"mccord" Discussed on KOMO

"6 A.m. joint base. Lewis McCord, the South bound I five on and off ramps at Berkeley Street are closed. Until about 4. 30 am I'm Jay Phillips, Cuomo 24 7 traffic. The Kamo forecast. Well, hi, everybody enjoying a nice dry October but breaker and you the last couple of days, we'll keep it going for a couple more little bit of that Patchy fog. Low cloud cover out there to kick off each day, including as we head into Wednesday morning. But eventually afternoon clearing with partly sunny skies will still see mid to upper sixties on Wednesday Load a mid sixties on Thursday Friday, the big transition day of change clouds roll in and the rain follows suit shortly after coming Weather Center on meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell. Anthony Davis punched his chest and celebration. LeBron James let out a huge scream. Los Angeles Lakers are on the cusp of what they want Most the franchises first championship in 10 years. Davis is three pointer with 39.5 seconds left was the backbreaker. James finished with 28 points, 12 rebounds and eight assists. The Lakers beat the Miami Heat 102 to 96 in Game four, the N BA finals Tuesday night. The storm destroyed Las Vegas 92 2 59 to sail to their fourth WN BA title on Tuesday. Art Sanders COMA NEWS KUMMEL Radio news, stay connected, Stay informed and check back to 34 times a day for the news that affects you, plus traffic and weather every 10 minutes on the force, the Northwest News station. This is common news. On the way Home update and unwind the co Moh afternoon news with ELISA Jaffe.

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"mccord" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"mccord" Discussed on WTVN

"So I believe I saw there was some polling involving the Supreme Court and some of the different things that are being proposed right now. A cz far as the Supreme Court. Do you have numbers on that? We sure do, Mark. You know, the Democrats were very angry about Trump going ahead with his nominee, so they have threatened to pack the court and you know it's Biden ducked that question at the debate still ducking it. Um, the Democrats want to ADM or members of the Supreme Court. If they if they win, they win the presidency and when the Senate next year uh and they also we're talking about putting term limits right now, If your name is Supreme Court, it's a lifetime appointment, although, as you know, historically, most of the members step down while still living, Ruth Bader Ginsburg is perhaps the only person I can think of in my lifetime who actually died on the job? Scalia did. But that was unexpected. Have AH, Sitting member die on the Supreme Court is very unusual. Anyway, the Democrats were talking about packing the court or adding or term living, and what we have found is that most voters just over 50% are good with term limits. They don't have any problems with somebody being appointed to the court and say, for a 10 year term or a 15 year term or whatever. But they are very much opposed to adding justices to the court so called packing McCord so they are against packing the court and would probably be there kind of in the middle kind of split on term limits. Right. Well, that's the only thing I've seen. So far. There's actually been legislation I believe put together that would give them to give the justices 18 year terms. And so the Democrats, I would suspect that they will if it Barrett is approved. And the Democrats win the presidency and win the Senate. I suspect we'll see some changes that they will try to make some changes in the Supreme Court. Ah, but again, voters do not want to increase the numbers. They do not want to pack the court, but a bare majority would approve term limits. Managing editor with Rasmus and reports. Fran Coombs, Fran, It's great to talk to you. Thanks for the information, and we'll talk again soon. Thank you, sir. Okay. Talk to you later. Mark, take care. All right, Uh,.

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"mccord" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"mccord" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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Cam Newton agrees to 1-year deal with Patriots

WBZ Afternoon News

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Cam Newton agrees to 1-year deal with Patriots

"And quarterback Cam Newton have reached an agreement on a one year incentive laden deal last night around the league, Jamal Adam's Jonathan Stewart, Cameron Jordan, Greg Olsen and the McCord twins are among the players praising the move on Twitter. Newton himself has posted on social media today, saying dropping new content tomorrow. I hope you're ready, Hashtag, Let's go Pats.

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"mccord" Discussed on The Adoption Connection | a podcast by and for adoptive moms

The Adoption Connection | a podcast by and for adoptive moms

12:18 min | 2 years ago

"mccord" Discussed on The Adoption Connection | a podcast by and for adoptive moms

"Podcast where today. We are going to be talking about the any Graham but before we get to that Melissa. How is your family doing well? We have added yet another person back to our house. Our oldest son is going to wait out the rest of the pandemic here at home. And I don't know about you Lisa but I feel like every time we add one more person to the house like the chaos and the noise in this case. It's not really bad but it just exponential like there's more family dynamics. There's more more people to poke in tease. The baby. I don't know I just feel like everything's water at my house right now. And he's the quietest kid we have do. You think it's because it just is bringing the energy of higher in just more people more words more movement everything. Yeah IT'S A. It's a lot of things I don't now so It's great to have him back. He's helping Patrick in the bathroom. He's our drywall specialists so he has been doing a fantastic job. You know muddying and Sanding drywall. Making it look fantastic way better than my husband could do it. I don't know so it's fun but we our house is not set up for this many people. Also he's just GonNa camp out in our living room so that's just kind of an extra thing and one more person for single little toilet okay so we have at home right now with kids who come home during this. We have five of our kids at home and last weekend. We had another son here. That made six. He was only able to stay a few days. I wish he could've stayed longer because he brought he brought sort of some. I know happiness. It was just really good to have him here but he was. He stayed a few days. But yeah quarantine everybody home. My younger boys are about their minds. They so badly wanted to get together with friends. Want to go places. And it's I think it's getting harder as quarantine is getting a little more wishy. Washy you know in different places like people are definitely experiencing it differently. My boys know exactly how they want to experience it. It's not the way we're doing it. Yeah I feel I mean I feel that I'm like I'm to the point where I'm like. Is this really big of a deal as we all thought it was going to be. Can we just get out of our houses? Like I'm I'm starting to forget right. The initial reasons the the shining has certainly worn off. The coping. Mechanisms aren't working as well anymore. I mean with your boys well. It's really interesting in having so many different personalities in both of our families in in our homes and with us all being together all the time. It's even clearer. How uniquely wired everybody is in my family today? We're going to be talking about that very thing because we're talking about the NEA Graham and the any Graham is new to some of us but it's actually quite ancient but Melissa. Why don't you tell us how you discovered the Graham for the first time as with all good things I heard about the agree on a podcast? I was sitting to that. Sounds Fun with any F- downs and she was talking about Christmas gifts for all personality types on the any and of course. I knew a lot about other personality. Typing Systems Myers Briggs strength finders. But hadn't heard this any Graham one and just the way that they talked about the nine types. There were little pieces. I thought Ooh I get that or I understand that. I've never thought about it that way and I was kinda hooked. Yeah it's so fascinated me as a really young person. I was always always interested in personality and my degree is in psychology. My Bachelor's and I remember taking the Myers Briggs for the first time and just being like what is this. This is so interesting so I heard about the program the a few years ago now almost and I remember the first book or interview I heard was with And he was talk incidents to bill. I think the interviews with end but he was talking about his book. The road back to you which we will put a link to that in the show notes by the way and That was my first real introduction and I was just caught by it you know it really made me think about myself. Made me think a lot about the people I love and the closest relationships I have so I just wanted to learn more and more. Yeah I love how it gives words to things we talk about naming its team it a lot here and it's a system. I love systems engineer by education. It gives me a way to sort out and psychoanalyze my people in a really sink at simplified way. So I'm all in. We have some really really special guest today. So do you WANNA introduce them. Melissa Yeah we are super excited to welcome Beth and Jeff mccord to the podcast they are founders of your any a Graham coach a community designed to be a safe place for individuals to explore a Christ centered any team so through their teaching guide individuals couples and groups to self awareness and life enhancing growth. They also have a new book out called becoming US which is marriage book of course curriculum. they do date night events and retreats and so they combine their more than twenty years of marriage wisdom pastoral experience. Jeff is a pastor and other any Graham studies to provide a roadmap for couples to break free from unhealthy patterns align their marriage with the Gospel and grow until a couple God designed them to be. They live in Nashville with two kids. Who are like young adults we specifically asked them to come on because Jeff is an adoptee himself and we were able to kind of explore that how that helps bring insight to his story as well. I'm really excited that they were here so we didn't just talk about the aggression marriage which is what they're new books about. But we really dove into any Graham and parenting and adoption. Stick around to the end because we have really exciting to share with you and Beth. Welcome to the adoption connection podcast heaviness. Thanks Melissa. We're really glad you're here. This is going to be such an interesting conversation. What would be most helpful? I think for our listeners is if you would start by just giving us an overview of what the NEA Graham is. The IMIGRAM is different than other personality systems. Because it's really a map of personal growth if you think about it as being your internal. Gps that you have a current location. Which main integral type And then you have a healthiest destination for your personality type and so we definitely all WanNa go in that trajectory but on this side. Bevan Wade tend to fall into a pit time and time again and so we wanna know what that looks like not so that we can have shame and guilt and all that stuff that we can be aware and alert to get back on our best pass so we also use any Graham colleague that rumble strip. That's on the highway. You when you're driving down and you hit it alerts you like yeah if you keep going that direction you're going to go off the road. Well that's kind of how we also when he's the immigrant because the integration is very clear on why you that's the biggest word y you think feel and behave in particular ways and so if we understand that. Our heart condition is healthier unhealthy. It helps us to kind of navigate that internal world and so by seeing what are personally tendencies are when were not healthy. It can alertus like Oh yeah. It feels like I should think this way or do this but actually continue in that trajectory. I'm going fall in that same pitfall that I do that. I don't actually want to do. And so then we can correct course recalculate but then we also see what are healthiest direction and what it looks like when we're at our healthiest looks like so then we can move in that direction and so it's really exciting to have like this hope of where we can go And so that's really kind of what we're focusing on is this internal direction with inside And so that's really kind of how we WANNA use the grandmothers nine basic in a grim types or you can also say there's nine basic ways of seeing the world and interpreting it reacting to it And so I might be looking through a purple sunglasses. You might be looking at through red or green and so that's why so often we're like. Why did you do that like I would never have done that? You know Or why is he like that This because they're probably seen and interpreted in a different way third different personnel type. And so this gives us the opportunity to have more compassionate and Understanding Mercy Grace and love in ways that we never thought was possible because if we can take off our lands for just a second and put others on then. It's more likely for us to go. Oh that's why you do that. That's why you thought that doesn't mean we agree with it or it was okay but it allows us to extend ourselves towards that person into help them. In a way we never thought possible or would have even thought to begin with so in a nutshell. That's a little bit. How you can scribe the Ingram. As I think it gives us so much language and words you know in parenting talk about like naming it to tame it and I think that's been really helpful. They're like you said there are nine types and there are a bazillion different places to get an overview of that figured out and Zoar precious little time. So we're not going to spend time to dive into that here Beth and Jeff have a new book out that does do that and they have a website. So we'll talk about all that at the end and point you guys where you can find out more about that but could you just tell us when we're looking at the resources and right now there seems to be an explosion of them. What is like the important thing to remember or something to not get caught up in or any guidance as we're trying to figure out kind of which of those nine buckets we might fall into. The biggest thing is you. Don't want to use the Ingraham as a sword or shield You don't want to use a sword whether you're sarcastic belittle lean mean towards others or yourself and you don't also use it as a shield whether excusing other people's behaviors or your own like well. This is just who I am. I guess that's just the way it's going to be like. That is not what personal growth is about. There is a path to transformation. There is a path to health in our personality style. And so we don't WanNa just sit back and Kinda just blame. The personality system and a lot of people do that. Unfortunately we uses as a path of growth The other thing I think We want to realize that. All nine types have four core motivations. You have a core fear that you're running away from a core desire that you're trying to obtain a core weakness which is like your Chili's heal the thorn in your side. It's tripping you up all the time and then you have the core longing a message that your heart has always longed to hear. Is that is what you want to focus in on when you're trying to find your main type? A lot of people are used to other typologies. Look at behavior or preferences this is all about those core motivations why you do what you do And so In the show notes you'll put in A link to a sheet front back she. A benign types core motivations. You really want to focus in on that. Not just the outward behaviors couplings That it Having coached with the ground for a number of years now Two things kind of come together when people find out there in the agreement type So number one it. It is a art to find your type. It's not something that's necessarily quick. It's very common for people to miss type themselves. Even I miss tight myself for several years and when I found out my type I was so frustrated with any agreement. Didn't WanNa read anything about it for an entire year but Beth my type the whole time but she's kind of any Graham Udoda so that just she knows everything but I think secondly is Particularly we see within marriages that why want to find their type..

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"mccord" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"mccord" Discussed on KOMO

"Five interchange near joint base Lewis McCord the northbound I. five exit to the main gate is closed overnight for construction until four thirty eight AM I'm J. Phillips komo news the como forecast from the eco roof weather desk I everybody Wednesday morning halfway through the work week scattered showers with some sun breaking in between them but that can always push the garden variety showers back into thunderstorms so slim chance for some hail or some lighting again across the evergreen state today items around Puget Sound back into the low to mid sixties pretty par for the course for the middle of may for the same on Thursday but it looks brighter on Friday nights wrap up to the work week in the school week for that matter was some sunshine the couple weather center I'm meteorologist Shannon o'donnell Major League Baseball put their proposal forty two game season to begin in July in front of their players there won't be an easy sell the main argument will be about what else money and how teams can take players for games will be played in stadiums the Seattle Mariners seven form personnel working under uniformed fully contracted certain employees will have a five month reduction in pay no furloughs or layoffs through October thirty first viewed the football was messing around the classroom under Chris Petersen the Huskies posted the highest academic progress rate scores F. B. S. history art Sanders tomonews stay home stay connected and stay informed with komo news on your smart speaker news one thousand FM ninety seven seven Amanda factor here keeps you connected to your world in the latest on the fight against corona virus on the radio online all the time komo news komo news our mission is to make sure you stay connected and stay informed the comma when ABC radio news teams are working hard to deliver the latest coronavirus details impact you your family and our community we are here for you twenty four seven home all news pros lows wants to help you keep working that's why we're open for pro business hours six to seven AM Monday through Saturday you'll find the quantities you expect with dedicated pro associates and loaders to help you get what you need fast and load you up curbside now more than ever we know you need to win every single bit you can count.

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"mccord" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"mccord" Discussed on KOMO

"Joint base Lewis McCord northbound I. five exit to the main gate is now closed until four thirty and your next port is on the way at nine fifty four I'm J. Phillips on komo news the como forecast from the eco roof weather desk Golmaal whether good evening arts Sanders rain at times tonight rain likely after midnight lows near fifty more rain likely in the morning then mostly sunny with a chance of rain in the afternoon highs in the sixties Thursday cloudy a chance of rain in the morning rain likely by afternoon mid sixties Friday partly sunny upper sixties Saturday mostly cloudy chance of rain in the afternoon with a high near seventy Sunday rain at times in the morning showers and slight chance of thunderstorms in the afternoon mid sixties overnight lows around fifty that's your latest weather from the Cold War forecast team so many of us are turning living rooms into classrooms dining rooms into offices in our back yard to produce our homes are working harder than ever for us and loses here to help you explore the possibilities for home can become even the small things that can help you keep your home running smoothly we're here for you in store it's twenty four seven at Lowes dot com Taylor band size here and if you're dealing with an auto accident claim during this time listen up I would not do with the founding attorney of Dubin law group I went to after I was in a crash mat if someone has been injured in an accident how can you and your team help right now our people are fully connected and working hard from home before you talk to any insurance.

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2 JBLM soldiers arrested as suspects in Ellensburg murder

News, Traffic and Weather

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

2 JBLM soldiers arrested as suspects in Ellensburg murder

"Tonight to soldiers from joint base Lewis McCord or suspects in a murder the body of twenty year old leroy Scott was found in a creek near Ellensburg last Saturday Scott has ties to for Lewis but isn't currently working for the military detectives arrested two twenty year old soldiers from JBLM they say the suspects and Scott had mutual friends and word up party in Ellensburg on the night

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The Genesis of the Impeachment Trial

Michael Medved

02:47 min | 2 years ago

The Genesis of the Impeachment Trial

"We always find the next thing to discuss it's it's a rolling rolling train of stories and you always have the right balance is in the break you discuss the meat discussed with me this issue of the genesis all of the impeachment which is not what what most people think that would be the Torah well it began it did the department the national security department the Deanna high and a big rector national intelligence the guys it's about all of our intelligence yeah we just use didn't used to be back in the days when I was Goldwater's two counts of as an intelligence committee the DCI the head of the CIA was was that you are having all of Callahan's world but they changed it after nine eleven I think it was a very big mistake so now they put another layer of bureaucracy over all the intelligence agency that he hasn't he hasn't inspector general yes hi gene was a wired this IGT from the justice department who had worked on all of these fights that might well accidents and Michael and he changed the rules at the last minute right before the curtain was change the rules to say on whistleblower for whistle blowers he said it doesn't have to be first hand information it can now be second hand which is outrageous anonymous person giving here say that is because he knew that Eric Karabell of who was going to be the only thing didn't happen personally I think this is so important is we created the rules for a specific person I need to any three peat this so that the individual whose fingerprints are all of the illegal FISA warrants that we used to spy against our campaign the trump campaign that individual becomes the Attorney General becomes the inspector general of the director of national intelligence and he's the person who changed the rules to allow a putative whistle blower who isn't a whistle blower attic Chatham Allah to become a whistle blower despite the fact he doesn't have any prime aphasia evidence of any wrongdoing exactly forty it wrong reporter the phone call wrongly yes completely inaccurate and this guy Michael Atkinson who was the I. G. for the intelligence community who allowed that so called whistle blower to go forward we have to remember during the Obama administration he worked for merry McCord John Karlen all the people who ran the national security division the people who ran all the FISA warrants and Carter page so that means he knew and was part of the legal fight as it wire taps on Carter page so some idiot in White House personnel decides well I have a good idea let's make him the inspector general for the intelligence community and he gets made and then he sets the plot in motion with this phony report from this clown Eric charm and just as importantly they president doesn't have his own person as the D. and I'm the director of national

"mccord" Discussed on The Living Room with Joanna Weaver

The Living Room with Joanna Weaver

13:10 min | 2 years ago

"mccord" Discussed on The Living Room with Joanna Weaver

"That was really sweet because then I could also I could see my strengths. And that's the thing I also love about the any Graham. It's very clear about the strengths. It also highlights the weaknesses and in one of the things that I love that you. Do you talk about their so like you said so. Many layers to the Graham. That's why That's why while you might not find yourself. Just exactly one type as you look at the wings and the triads ads and the different things but you also bring up that that. There's an alignment that also affects our number. Can you talk about that. Yes so so In nineteen seventy seven one of the teachers and the Interim Don Richardson. He since passed but he came up with the levels of development. Such a great great Way To understand a personality because you know what are we like when we're doing well and healthy but when when we when we're not doing well and not healthy is is really important for us to take a look at but from our vantage point from a Christian perspective. What we've noticed is it's really levels of alignment in this is when we're aligned misaligned and Ottawa? Lamotte the truth of the Gospel. Now when we're in Christ our relationship status never changes. It is him who has done the work for us. And we'll continue that work but our mind our heart can wander from believing what is actually truth that we are his beloved but when we're aligned the truth of the Gospel Bowl we will know believe and trust in who we are in Christ and that he is the antidote to our core fears incor- desires and he takes care of everything in when we're in that state of being aligned. We're GONNA live out fully as if we because we are his beloved but we're GonNa know it and live it out in such beautiful way. Yeah but when our MIND STARTS TO WANDER WE'RE GONNA start to live in a misaligned way which is kind of auto pilot or average health and we're GonNa think that you know God is great and yes he sovereign. He's doing all this good work over here in my life but is he kind of take care of this over here. Maybe I need to start to take control. And that's when we start to live in our own strength now maybe not across the board but definitely in some key areas of life in it can really have some consequences and hindrances for us and we're not always aware of it. It's almost like we're sleepwalking And so that is something to really just be to to note and understand but then when we're not I'm not doing well at all. We can be out of a lame at the truth of the Gospel. Now we're still his beloved but we're not believing it we're not recognizing it and we're living as an orphan alone in life is so or just trusting in our own abilities and our own strengths and strategies which hurt us and others more and more in this is when outside help might be needed to get us out of that kind of stage. So but here's the thing. The good news says crisis taking care of everything and to get up the levels alignment. It's not reading more books and fixing yourself and pull yourself up by your bootstraps now. Of course there's always good things that we went to obey and follow the Lord in but first we have just surrender and depend on who are in Christ and as Kim to work through us. It's thin that the Holy Spirit moves in and brings us back up in the levels of development reminding our heart who already are in him and of course we WANNA walk by faith and Do what he has commanded us to do you. But it's through the Holy Spirit that those things happen. And that's how we talk about the levels of alignment. Yeah yeah well in as I the Lord has been growing and maturing me you know he's so good isn't he loves us just the way we are but he loves US too much to leave us that way and and it's been fun as I've studied the grabbed. Oh that's what you're up to in those times when my core desire or my core or longing has been frustrated The Lord has been teaching. I write a lot about it in having a Mary. Spirit allowing God to change us from the inside out that my flesh rush woman that that flesh that dwells in me. Paul says it's at war with God and his spirit. That's where flesh woman freaks out when my core longings not being met when people don't appreciate my number Tunis and I'm learning to go. Ooh what a a good opportunity for crucifixion. where it says put to death those the flesh in its evil desires? You know not that they're evil. They're there there legitimate longings but they've been magnified to a place that if I'm constantly being led by my core longing I'm not going to become the woman of God. Odd that he wants me to be so I really loved that you bring that out yet in the progression of an idol is that we I desire and actually desires not bad gave us desires Desires can be really good but when we start to than demand and then judge and then punish others for not coming through for us that's when it starts to become an actual idol is. That's really what you're talking about and so we just want to recognize okay. Guy Gave me desires as a type two three six whatever type that are good but when does it take it too far when we start to demand judge and then punish rush to get what we think we need instead of trusting that he has his timing purposes for us so so so good I cannot wait cannot way to dive a little bit deeper into this in our next interview but for this interview we wanted to get this overview so why don't you go ahead and tell us about type seven eight nine yes absolutely okay. So sevens or the entertaining optimus and they their core. Fear is being deprived trapped in emotional pain limited board and and definitely missing out on something fun. So the true foams of the world They desire to be happy satisfied fully content but they never feel like like they are and that's where the core weakness comes in is gluttony. Now this isn't just about food. This is a feeling that they have a great emptiness inside and having an insatiable Desire to fill themselves up with experiences and stimulations in hope that they will feel completely satisfied in content but think of him having empty bucket inside that has holes in it. Well it never feels like it's filling up and so they're constantly thinking of the next fun thing the next exciting thing and they're always planning cleaning for what to do next because to sit there without feeling that up. It's like a kid who's starving and has hunger pains for not just going to be like up. I'm just GONNA like kickback. No worries they're gonNA be looking for food but what happens often for the sevens is they'll see cotton candy and they're like. Oh my gosh is going to be amazing amazing and then they eat it and it's like Oh that's so wonderful but it doesn't satisfy right so it's like filling up this bucket that has holes in it and it just never fully satisfies so what they long to hear is you will be taken care of. They don't think anyone is or can because they're not getting that complete satisfaction but the more seven is present in the moment and looks around them at what blessings they do have in savoring the moment the more those whole plug up and they start to feel satisfied because God is taking care of them has always been taking care of them but so often they're looking forward to the and exciting and they don't take notice of the now and it's in the how in the savoring that makes them feel filled up that are type aid is a protective challenger they fear. You're being weak. Powerless armed controlled vulnerable manipulated and definitely left at the mercy of injustice. They just want the desire to protect themselves in those in their inner circle now their core weaknesses lust or excess whether constantly desiring intensity control and power and they might I be pushing themselves willfully in life or even on people in order to get what they want and desire an AIDS. I talk about them as being snowplows because because they have this incredible intensity and power and drive which we need just like we need a big diesel snow plow in the Midwest and the north to plow highway. That has a foot of snow. We need that but we also don't need it to nick us on the side of the road or plow over us and so we need. Aides needs to recognize how amazingly powerful they are to plow a path for others but to recognize. WHO's around us? And how they're doing it in order for to be absolutely elite beneficial and they can just be real powerhouses which is great. Now they long to hear you will not be but trade and the amazing mazey news for them. As Christ was the most betrayed. He absolutely understands what that was like and he will not betray nor forsake us then last but not least is the type nine my type. The peaceful mediator. We fear being in conflict any kind of tension or discord being shutout or overlooked looked losing connection and relationship others we want inter-stability peace of mind and harmony now our core weaknesses sloth and this isn't about a physical laziness though we do like cozy comforts this is about remaining in some kind of unrealistic or idealistic world in order to keep the piece remain easy going and not being disturbed especially by our inner anger that we try to suppress seat we fall asleep to our passions abilities. He's desires and needs by merging with others abilities desires and needs to keep the peace and so we lose ourself in that process. Since since if you ask a nine what would you want to do in five years. Or what's your goals in life or. Where do you want to go to lunch today? We're going to be like I don't know what's yours in will merge with you because we just want to keep keep the peace we wanna make people happy And the where we long what the core longing we have is to hear your presence matters because the nines is mind believes that we are presence. Doesn't matter art gifts talents. Anything about us is less important than anyone else. And so he kind of hide those things things from ourselves and others to merge and make others more important but Christ satisfies as core long because we met her so much he he left his throne to live hard life to die and a rise again all because we met her to him to bring us back in relationship with him. I don't know anything anything else that can say your presence matters more than that and there's the last three. Yeah wow so good. Oh my goodness well we could talk so much about this and I can't wait to continue our conversation in the next interview though episode that we're going to be doing here in the living room but what would you you say to that person who would say I I don't know where I fall. What would how would you encourage them and again again? You know this this May or may not be for everyone and I want to say that upfront but a Deuce do want you to know that Those of you listening that there Willie is value in understanding ourselves. And some of us are hyper self-aware almost to a point of damage because we're constantly constantly looking inside. I kinda followed that. Carry back. Category others of us are really were completely on self-aware and so how can we start. Where should we begin? Yes so they can go to your integral coach Dot Com In the upper right hand corner is our free assessment..

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5 tornadoes confirmed in DC region; power outages

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:24 min | 2 years ago

5 tornadoes confirmed in DC region; power outages

"Is confirmation tonight a five tornadoes in the Washington area several blew through early today in Maryland the National Weather Service confirms tornadoes in Cecil county Carroll County into a Montgomery County all work EF one storms with winds of eighty five miles per hour three's were toppled in another tornado that's now also being confirmed tonight in Leesburg that solves removing small limbs to give a chainsaw room to work to get this tree off a truck two months ago you're on the northeast side of Leesburg town homes in Exeter neighborhood are missing shingles in some cases roof decks and vent caps are on the ground into many trees are down heard all the commotion outside tree lands breaking and all that nonsense Griffin McCord roommate came out and said you got a tree on the job and right next to it this ever trust my has opposed this got toppers at the same time soon Karen Bailey we all work together yeah you can give them the day off yeah they got a day off when we WTOP well because of those storms there still people without power tonight dominion energy says the powers out for only sixty one customers now tonight mostly in Fairfax and Loudoun counties have go is less than one hundred customers out of Montgomery and prince George's counties first energy reports about five hundred customers in Frederick and Carroll counties have no electricity W. T. O. P. will stay on top of these outages until everyone is back online

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Former DOJ Official On Why She Thinks Domestic Terrorism Should Be A Federal Crime

All Things Considered

04:39 min | 2 years ago

Former DOJ Official On Why She Thinks Domestic Terrorism Should Be A Federal Crime

"The man accused of stabbing people who were celebrating Hanukkah in New York this weekend has been charged with hate crimes New York governor Andrew Cuomo called the attack domestic terrorism he wants to see a new state law that makes domestic terrorism itself a crime federal law does define domestic terrorism but there are no criminal penalties for it someone who's been long arguing to make domestic terrorism a federal crime is merry McCord she was a former acting assistant Attorney General for national security under both president Obama and president trump she joins us now welcome I'm glad to be here also how is domestic terrorism currently defined under federal law well it's a actually defined almost identically to international terrorism that is a crime of violence under state or federal law so think things like murder assault with a dangerous weapon aggravated assault when done with the specific intent and that is the intent to intimidate or coerce a civilian population or influence the policy of government through intimidation or coercion and so the primary difference then is where the act occurred so if the act occurs overseas or even if occurs in the US but with a connection to overseas terrorist that's considered international so lay out the case briefly for why you think making domestic terrorism a federal crime would change the way it's prosecuted in the US so to be clear there are a suite of terrorism statutes in the federal criminal code and many of these would apply to terrorism occurring domestically but only in very specific circumstances such as when a weapon of mass destruction like a bomb or nuclear devices used or when the attack is on a US government official or government property in the case of a mass shooting or multiple stabbings like this weekend domestic terrorism would not apply that's right so when we're talking about a vehicle which sometimes we see such as entering unite the right rally in Charlottesville Virginia in twenty seventeen those criminal acts would not be chargeable as terrorism offenses if they were not linked to a foreign terrorist organization but let me ask I mean there are still other laws already on the books that punish the kinds of acts were talking about there are laws against murder there are hate crime laws firearms and explosives laws why are those current laws not enough you're absolutely right that when we're talking about crimes of violence as the predicate for any act of terrorism those crimes of violence already are illegal so it's not an issue of there not being effective prosecutions it's an issue of how do you drive resources toward prevention but if prevention or putting effort into prevention is part the problem isn't that just more of an issue of helping federal law enforcement agencies prioritize prevention efforts when it comes to say hate crimes are certainly some sort of read training and re organizing of how federal law enforcement approaches federal hate crimes is certainly an order and I very much support that it's just not the way it has been historically and hate crimes not all hate crimes are going to be a domestic terrorism crimes not all domestic terrorism crimes are going to be hate crimes and that's because some terrorism crimes are not based on race or religion or anything protected under the hate crimes they can be big based on anti government sentiment and other types of extremism the van diagram between domestic terrorism and hate crimes is not a perfect circle that's exactly right the main push back from a lot of civil liberties organizations against making domestic terrorism a federal crime is that there are real first amendment concerns here the concern that politics to get mixed up in this some Republicans for example were demanding that the F. B. I. investigate and tifa and that anti for should be labeled a terrorist organization so I think that it's a very valid concern that I share with many civil rights and civil liberties organizations and advocates that there needs to be oversight to ensure that law enforcement appropriately uses its resources in a way that corresponds to the threat so the threat right now is predominately from white supremacist or white nationalist violence so any new statute would need to come with oversight to ensure reporting to Congress and to the public of how the FBI is using its resources and is it using its resources in a way that matches up with where the threat is merry McCord is the legal director at Georgetown University Law Center institute for constitutional advocacy and protection thank you very much for joining us today it's my

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Daughter-in-law of LSU offensive coordinator dies in plane crash on way to Peach Bowl

Ric Edelman

00:18 sec | 3 years ago

Daughter-in-law of LSU offensive coordinator dies in plane crash on way to Peach Bowl

"Is number one LSU Ron to a breathtaking sixty three twenty eight victory over number four Oklahoma in the peach bowl shortly before the game Ellis use off offensive coordinator learned that his daughter in law broadcaster Carley McCord was among the five people killed in a small plane crash in Louisiana

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"mccord" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"mccord" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"You you really coming down to land to try to make like you know if you plan to Carly McCord was the fifth person who died she was a sports reporter in the daughter in law of the Louisiana State University football coach a ferocious winter storm marching across the country has put tens of millions of people under storm watches and warnings forecaster Andrew origin of the national weather prediction center says twelve to eighteen inches of snow fall could be a big problem in the upper plains and Midwest farmers if they have to be out there they're gonna want to certainly be perfect be prepared for adverse conditions on the roads and if you don't have to travel expenses to go and stay home and now the storm is headed toward the northeast line Christopher Cruz are you paying too much for term life insurance there's a tremendous price war among the major term life companies rates have dropped dramatically in the past few years for example a man H. forty five non tobacco user one million dollars of coverage seventy five dollars per month level rate for the next ten years or a man H. fifty non tobacco can obtain five hundred thousand dollars of coverage for a monthly premium of only one hundred ten dollars per month guaranteed not to change for the next twenty years that's right level rate guaranteed not to change for the next twenty years if you're a smoker we have great rates available for you as well at term busters we specialize in policies of five hundred thousand dollars and above if you're looking for new or replacement term life insurance call today for a quote at one eight hundred five six nine fifty four forty that's one eight hundred five six nine fifty four forty you're probably paying more than you should call term busters one eight hundred five six nine fifty four forty or visit our website at term busters dot net remember one eight hundred five six nine fifty four forty rates and availability may vary by state sample rate quotes based on preferred non tobacco underwriting exam required to qualify two workers cleaning a chemical tank at a company in Pasadena Texas yesterday died after apparently becoming overcome by fumes witnesses told police a man that climbed inside the tank to clean it fueled by pockets of gang violence to quadruple killings and adjustments in the way records are kept the number of homicides in New York City this year will total over three hundred December twenty second New York City had three hundred and eleven homicides compared with two hundred ninety at the same point last year making it the second straight year increases after the city achieved a modern era low of two hundred ninety two homicides in two thousand seventeen but this year's total is skewed because at least twenty seven deaths in this year's count happen before two thousand nineteen but were not classified as homicides by the city's medical examiner in till this year I'm like for me to some formation now that there were no survivors from a tour helicopter crash in Hawaii on Friday seven people Christopher Cruz and I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters Hong Kong's finance chief says Hong Kong's economy is set to contract in the fourth quarter this as the city reels from six months worth of violent social unrest the increasingly violent pro democracy protests that started back in June have undermined Hong Kong's economy discouraged to tourists from visiting and slash retail sales Egypt's competition authority is signed off on uber technologies acquisition of ride hailing rival Kareem regulator set price caps and other measures designed to to keep the local market competitive the decision was made after studying data on two hundred seventy million trips a newly approved a Chinese drug for Alzheimer's will start clinical trials in the US and Europe next year is as China's first a novel therapy for Alzheimer's six a global green light Shanghai green valley pharmaceutical plans to recruit about two thousand patients with mild to moderate Alzheimer's for trials at two hundred sites across North America Europe and Asia Pacific for eighteen months the drug called only gunmen eighth was granted conditional approval in China last month in the agriculture world news of the partial US.

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Daughter-in-law of LSU coach killed in Louisiana plane crash

Purity Products

00:15 sec | 3 years ago

Daughter-in-law of LSU coach killed in Louisiana plane crash

"A small plane crash just after take off in Louisiana Saturday the five people killed were on their way to Atlanta for the LSU Oklahoma playoff game one of the victims aboard the plane was Carley McCord a sports reporter and the daughter in law of one of the

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"mccord" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"mccord" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Was Carley McCord a sports reporter and the daughter in law of one of the coaches thousands of flights across the United States delayed and hundreds more canceled as a major storm moves across the country the dangerous storm system bringing heavy snow ice and rain causing delays for more than one hundred fifteen million people Dave Packer ABC news and now que to weather brought to you by standard TV an appliance if you're looking for plans for the new year you might want those to include rain gear were expecting some rain to start to move in new year's eve new years day looks to be white what temperatures jump from the lower forties on new year's eve to the upper forties on new year's day with Kate to storm tracker weather I'm Mary Los and I heart radio station goes to deliver ninety X. available everywhere with the I heart radio act now number one for podcasting eleven ninety K. E. X. yeah with my tail in the in the H. K. to talk to Connie Willis call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk to Connie from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five this is coast to coast AM with your guest host Connie Willis hello and welcome back to close to coast AM will stray cat strut doing for you do you have your own little stress happening you know you're a little different some people have no strut whatsoever but you have.

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"mccord" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"mccord" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Straight talk wireless everything for less only at Walmart this game was for Ellis you just about perfect it was played however though with a devastating story line and a tremendous cloud of sorrow over the head of the LSU program LSU offensive coordinator Steve M. singer's daughter in law Carley McCord was one of five people killed in a small plane crash in Lafayette Louisiana on Saturday morning she was headed to Atlanta and the peach bowl Ms bigger decided to coach the game despite hearing the news an hour or so before kickoff here's ed Orgeron again Rogers happily cultures maker family today is always the one to tell coach and here's what told told what happens is what he said because we're going to give the rich enough she was distraught but he called a great game to racial the school sure even integrity and a great character a little lawful bolting Carley McCord a sports caster Louisiana was thirty years old SportsCenter all night will return in a moment stories in sports it is the best stories these six Tuesday night at nine PM eastern on ESPN Hey my friends company spent three days cleaning up an email phishing attack that targeted several dozen employees yeah if just one militias email slips through an attack inspect quickly into serious damage what if that happens to us don't worry we had there could a forensics and incident response so we're good yes with fast automated response and remediation all traces of the.

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Daughter-in-law of LSU coach killed in Louisiana plane crash

Kim Komando

00:15 sec | 3 years ago

Daughter-in-law of LSU coach killed in Louisiana plane crash

"Crash in Lafayette Louisiana have left five people dead and four injured among the ones killed was sports reporter Carley McCord record was the daughter in law of LSU's offense according or Steve and some anger the plane was heading to Atlanta where engineer was coaching in the college football

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Daughter-in-law of LSU coach killed in Louisiana plane crash

Rick and Bubba Show

00:31 sec | 3 years ago

Daughter-in-law of LSU coach killed in Louisiana plane crash

"Updates tragedy today connected to a college football game a small plane with fans headed to the peach bowl between LSU in Oklahoma crash in Lafayette Louisiana six people were on board five were killed including Carley McCord well known sports reporter who was also the daughter in law of LSU assisting coach Steve ends mirror news cast a pall over the games heartbreaking day for all of us who it doesn't matter if you know the answering is or not is right just it's a sad day that reaction on ESPN

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Daughter-in-law of LSU coach killed in Louisiana plane crash

Cigar Dave

00:15 sec | 3 years ago

Daughter-in-law of LSU coach killed in Louisiana plane crash

"Plane crash in Lafayette Louisiana have left five people dead and four injured among the ones killed was sports reporter Carley McCord record was the daughter in law of LSU's offense according or Steve ends mirror the plane was heading to Atlanta where it's bigger was coaching in the college football

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Husband: Louisiana sports reporter, daughter-in-law of an LSU college football coach, is one of 5 dead in plane crash

77WABC Programming

00:40 sec | 3 years ago

Husband: Louisiana sports reporter, daughter-in-law of an LSU college football coach, is one of 5 dead in plane crash

"A small plane crash in Lafayette Louisiana has killed five people and injured several others correspondent Natasha chan says the plane was behaving a radically before went down for miles after leaving the airport what we are hearing from witnesses is that people saw this plane it teetering and tilting before it crashed so it's just devastating to see because the debris field is so wide right here when the plane hit a car and damage the post office television sports reporter Carley McCord was among those killed she was the daughter in law of LSU college football coach Steve answering her and she had been on her way to cover the peach bowl playoff game between

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Louisiana sports reporter, daughter-in-law of an LSU college football coach, is one of 5 dead in plane crash

Your Gameplan for Retirement

00:45 sec | 3 years ago

Louisiana sports reporter, daughter-in-law of an LSU college football coach, is one of 5 dead in plane crash

"WDSU TV reporter Carley McCord among five people killed this morning when a light plane crash shortly after taking off from the airport in Lafayette Louisiana the thirty year old baton Rouge native was headed to cover the peach bowl in Atlanta just now getting under way her father in law on the sidelines when the Tigers take on Oklahoma LSU offensive coordinator Steve ends maker records first broadcast job in Cleveland as an in house reporter for the Cleveland Browns the six person on that plane now hospitalized and there were people also injured on the ground that plane crashing near a Walmart supercenter and a post office also had

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A Couple Of Appointments From The President

Doug Stephan

03:53 min | 3 years ago

A Couple Of Appointments From The President

"A couple of appointments from el Presidente a the announcement of let's see the new acting as love this the acting deputy somebody rather this is apartment of homeland security Mr Chad wolf is stepping in I think Kevin make even me given me given back to land in India all right so what's the this is a he was we work for the former DHS secretary ms Neilson right what do you know about this guy I don't know actually Chad wolf says that you should be a radio host right Chad Bentsen Chad Chad Bentsen meets Chad wharf I appreciate that his name is easy to say and spell so that's pretty cool but right exactly I he's been where he's were both for Democrats and Republicans about that as good a word that's seat I was talking remember those my daughter and I are having this conversation about people or was it here we're talking about now is here we were talking about having I've I made reference to Elizabeth McCord who is the hello folks if you don't know she was madam secretary and she's now madam president on the CBS show that airs Sunday night at ten o'clock and she had to as part of her election scheme she ran as an independent and had a Republican running mate and they've had part of the theme of the show is they have a little car fluff holes but I thought that we are making a light of something that was done I think there was a story about Republicans Democrats doing something together Jennifer and you said I thought this would be kind of an interesting idea we're looking we're talking about who would make a good vice presidential candidate for some of the very as Democrats and were they ever put the pick a Republican and the lady seems saying do that wouldn't happen Hey this guy's work for both that Obama and previous Republican sing for bush matter of fact as so we'll see what happens he's not big he's not as tough on immigration enforcement apparently as some of the from stirs would like him to the E. says that sudden death for him or he would have made it this far I would have thought Jennifer if they had really kind of screen right yeah everybody gets a fair chance right okay now over in putting over at the fools and drugs administration the president says he's nominating oncologist Steven hi to lead the FTA he's the chief medical examiner the university of Texas cancer center chief medical executive work for seven years as a senior investigator with the national Cancer Institute two years as its prostate at the prostate cancer clinic there they've come and work in nineteen ninety six SO the acting FDA commissioner had to return to the national Cancer Institute and so these guys coming in again be confirmed by the Senate yadda yadda yadda so what do we know about this guy anything is that not a name that's also name does he have to drink the Kool aid in order to get in how does somebody becomes no he's not I think I have the qualifications and he's got to have the background so you can execute the job right well but he doesn't come from industry which is sort of short circuiting what normally goes on here usually these people that run these eight which is passed he was a prize well he was a researcher medical executive chief medical executive university of Texas cancer center before but I like that yeah I think it's better than bringing somebody in from the drug bugs that's for sure yeah seven nine of them again yeah right we think that's better yeah for sure

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Woman fatally stabbed during convenience store robbery; suspect at large

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:08 min | 3 years ago

Woman fatally stabbed during convenience store robbery; suspect at large

"We started Lakewood where police say the owner of a convenience store was stabbed to death during a robbery last night almost Carly Johnson talked with the victim's son and joins us live thirty two year old alleged showing his mom fifty nine year old insured show ran the store to gather the McCord mark on Solberg drive southwest usually he stays up to close around ten thirty but last night he says his mom asked him to go pick them up some late dinner so he left her there for less than a half hour a caller to ask her what she wanted on her meal and listening that was in my seven minutes before what happens when he got back he found the parking lot swarmed with police his mom had been taken to Matt again she was soon pronounced dead ally just as they had been robbed before I have talked with her many times in the past like if somebody ever comes in with a gun or knife and demands money from the register just give it you know it's not worth your life now surveillance video has been released by police shows very good pretty clear images of the suspect they are looking for we've link those that come on news dot com Carling Johnson come on news

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Woman fatally stabbed during convenience store robbery; suspect at large

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:08 min | 3 years ago

Woman fatally stabbed during convenience store robbery; suspect at large

"We started Lakewood where police say the owner of a convenience store was stabbed to death during a robbery last night almost Carly Johnson talked with the victim's son and joins us live thirty two year old alleged showing his mom fifty nine year old insured show ran the store to gather the McCord mark on Solberg drive southwest usually he stays up to close around ten thirty but last night he says his mom asked him to go pick them up some late dinner so he left her there for less than a half hour a caller to ask her what she wanted on her meal and listening that was in my seven minutes before what happens when he got back he found the parking lot swarmed with police his mom had been taken to Matt again she was soon pronounced dead ally just as they had been robbed before I have talked with her many times in the past like if somebody ever comes in with a gun or knife and demands money from the register just give it you know it's not worth your life now surveillance video has been released by police shows very good pretty clear images of the suspect they are looking for we've link those that come on news dot com Carling Johnson come on news

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