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Fresh update on "michael" discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"Rogers will have the luxury to go play red fog green or a controversial decision. Michael Jordan's stipulation I'm on the green team only by Isaiah is not their fault. Sometimes the fates of two superstars are forever linked way know how these stories begin. And even when we've seen how some of the man About everything that went down in between. I was right. Who is wrong? And which side are you on? I've covered sports for years at places like Sports Illustrated on destination, and I've been fortunate enough to witness the drama, the greatness and the emotion up close, which is why we're excited to bring you deep into some of the biggest rivalries in sports like Brett Far fighting off Aaron Rodgers. Starting Q B job in Green Bay Away News Radio, The Voice of Colorado from ABC News. I'm Richard Cancer. Grandpa are scalp. A senior advisor to the.
Premium VOD Is a Failed Experiment, Imax CEO Rich Gelfond Says
"You could do that Much anticipated Mullan remake is available on Disney plus for $30, but Disney isn't saying how many subscribers air taking up the offer, or whether it plans to try it again for other delayed releases. Max CEO Rich Girl Fund is already calling premium video on demand. Ah, failed experiment. He was too kind. Michael Pachter covers the entertainment industry at Wedbush Securities, he says, until more consumers feel safe filling the seats. Moviemakers may need to adjust the prices they charge streaming viewers. Maybe we'd be willing to pay $8. You know, we waited Two months or 2.5 months. And maybe we'd be willing to pay $10 if we waited six weeks. Eight weeks. I mean, that, I think would make sense.
Fresh "Michael" from KNX Evening News
"Testing shows. Boomer masks are 99.9% antimicrobial. That's a big deal stop by your local CVS pharmacy today and ask for Boomer naturals, nano silver masks and gators. An LAPD officer is recovering nicely after being attacked inside the department's harbor station and pen. San Pedro. Police chief Michael Moore explains what happened after a man who is now in custody, walked into the station last night. The officer's weapon was taken from him. And rounds were fired. By the individual. Fortunately, they all missed. But the man then pistol whipped the officer. The station's watch commander, then fired at the attacker. But those also missed the man was able to run out of the station, get into a car and drive away. But when he was stopped and arrested by other officers after a brief chase, the injured officer wound up suffering on Lee minor injuries. No word yet on a motive for the attack. While some schools around the state are beginning to reopen. Private schools in L. A county are being kept closed. Those who run them say they're frustrated and angry by the go slow approach. We're talking about hundreds of schools, including religious schools, and tens of thousands of students and the operators believe L. A county health officials are making arbitrary decisions to keep private schools closed without even considering their waiver applications. Tom Conjoined is the head of village Christian School in Sun Valley. Well, the county came up with a guy lines as well as the state. The waiver system is a state's system, and the county has decided not to follow that system. He says. The private schools spent a small fortune getting ready to reopen, and now they're stuck. We had to buy all the personal protective equipment that the county told us we should invest in. We had to re imagine our campuses to allow for more social distance. Think enjoy and says they just want the Same chance than other schools have enjoyed in this state to reopen safely. John there, Kayo next 10 70 NewsRadio. Cal State system is getting a new chancellor. And that person is Dr Joseph. By Castro. Castro is currently president of Fresno State and will be the first Mexican American and California born chancellor of the system. I'm committed to working with the entire CSU community. Including my brother and sister presidents. And Vice.
Trump To Select Amy Coney Barrett as Supreme Court Nominee
"This edition from NPR News. I'm Scott's time and we are expecting President Trump to announce Amy Cockney Barrett as his nominated. He was Supreme Court this afternoon. Judge Barrett sits on the seventh Circuit Court of Appeals. Ah, in in Chicago, although she's in Indiana and served his clerk to just Saturnian, Scalia. She, of course, would fill the vacancy left by Ruth Bader Ginsburg, whose life and career were honored at the court in the capital this week, and you will be buried next week at Arlington National Cemetery. Let's now welcome Michael McConnell of Stanford University law professor and former federal appeals court judge. Thanks very much for being with us, sir. It's a pleasure. I gather, you know, Amy Cockney Barrett. What's your estimation on her apparent nomination? What kind of justice you might be? Well, I do. Ah. She was a professor at Notre Dame Law School for about 15 years and then Now that capacity I knew her fairly well, she is. We're not personal friends, but I'm in admirers of both her academic work and her performance on the On the seventh circuit. Uh, she's I think a completely unsurprising nominee. Even her opponents recognized that she's extremely qualified, highly and intelligent, hardworking. What are personal Friends knows what in it. Fantastically warm, kind, considerate human being she is and she's I think she'll be an inspiration, especially toe working mothers like like my two daughters, because, and it's just seven Children, including Two adopted Children from Haiti. One right in the wake of the terrible earthquake and on almost everybody who knows of Amy has a story about just how and how she She is so kind and does just considerate things in ways that no one whatever I know about not publicly, but just on a cz, a wonderful warm human being. Let me ask you about some of the public stuff, though, because you're a former U. S appeals court judge and, um I wonder if you've taken note of any particular rulings that she's had the chance to make in her time on the bench. And not quite three years as an appellate judge. He's written 100 opinions, which Dad and itself is pretty impressive. That's Andi. They are. You know, I've not read all of them, but I've read quite a few of them and they're consistently Love of a kind of restrained, very lawyerly of fashion sheep. She clerked for Justice Scalia, who was a brilliant writer, she doesn't write like Scalia. I'm You know, for better or worse. Her opinions are not very rhetorical. There. Ah, rigorous. They are much more low key. Er than that on DH. You know her, and they're just they're consistently conservative, but mainstream conservative. I don't think There's not an extremist bone in her body does does she have opinions? That might surprise some of her supporters every now and then? Ah, every now and then. Ah! Of course, no one really knows where any judge is going to come out on every and maybe we should remind ourselves calling someone a conservative jurist doesn't mean they will always vote a certain way, right? That's right. And the modern legal conservative movement is little different from conservative politics because the conservative legal movement is really mostly about having a more restrained Roll for judges that they ought to read the Constitution modestly with humility, not reading their own preferences into it, And that generally means leaving legislatures and the Congress to make most Democratic choices rather than having the court be like a super Legislature. Stanford law Professor Michael McConnell. Thanks so much for being with us, sir. Thank you.
Fresh update on "michael" discussed on WBBM Programming
"Say she allegedly stabbed the child identified as surrender the ring them Saturday morning in the 3200 block of West Fulton Boulevard. She then approached officers at the scene. Before being taken into costume. The airing that died shortly after it strode your hospital. Austin is new back in Bond court later today. A group of lawyers and activists are asking voters to oppose the retention of to cook County judges. The Judicial Accountability Political Action Committee, or Jae Pak, announced the names of judges it deems unfit to sit on the bench and cook County. Those names or Judge Michael Tuman and Judge Mauricio Arapaho Jae Pak board president, Brendan Shiller row has Numerous credible complaints of sexual harassment against them. Truman comes out of the culture, the old guard the old Guard culture from 46 in California that said it was okay to turn a blind eye to miss police misconduct. A spokeswoman for Judge Tumen tells W. BBM. She's not surprised and issued a statement saying that JPAC and the Cook County Democratic Party have ignored 40 years of distinguished service and seek retribution against judge two men who appointed the special prosecutor in the Justice Malek case. Rachel Seuin NewsRadio, one of 5.9 FM, A Plainfield woman arrested after arguments over wearing masks at a grocery store is blaming Democrats. A condition of Janine dumps bail is that she wear a mask in public. The Joliet Herald News reports her failure to do so led to trouble on September 7th. Police responded to complaints of a woman who punched several people at the shore would Mariano's and left, the paper says the six year old claims she was hit in the face by Democrats who forced her to wear a mask. Tough acknowledge. She wasn't covering her face inside the store and refused to cooperate with police. They arrested her on aggravated battery charges and see Hardy news radio 105.9 FM Illinois health officials yesterday said another 1600 for people Have tested positive for the Corona virus. Those cases among about 51,000 test results returned with state the state's testing positivity rate..
Florida: The swingiest swing state in the U.S. election
"I want to talk a bit about how we got here and why at least since the the famous near Tie of two thousand does just seem to be Florida or at least partially about Florida. Michael ask, you first win and why did floor to become the key battleground? Republican hasn't won the White House without Florida forever. So that's part of the reason that it's become. So you know everybody desperately wants it and it just seems to be the self-balancing State where it's about twenty percent immigrants. But you know the last the last fifty, million votes that have been cast for presidential candidates in. Florida. Republicans. Democrats, are separated by about twenty thousand and we've had just about every election. Every statewide election seems to come down to one percent and just seems like every time another white person. Republican moves down here from the Midwest another democratic leaning Immigrants May move into central Florida from the Global South and so it's a really seems to be self-balancing. Beyond those demographics that Monolithic is it a case of elderly white pensioners voting for Republicans, and more recent arrivals from elsewhere trading Democrat or is there some kind of overlap between spillage among those groups? As you can probably imagine it's a little bit more complex in that I think that there's didn't kind of increasing awareness for both Democrats and Republicans that some of the key demographics here you know the American immigrants but you know you have the first generation, the second generation you have the newer arrivals you have the. You have the Cubans you have the Puerto Ricans have the Haitians. There's such a mix of people and cultures and experiences, and when you add to that kind of the New Yorkers that are coming to Florida to retire, and you have all these different politics and ideologies of mixed together I think you really get. Such a representation of both the Conservatives and the liberals in both the US. But also in Latin America and I think that when you look at South Florida, you see a lot of those kind of play. You see you know from Columbia, you see the Conservatives from Columbia and you see the progressives from Columbia. So you have such a makes of. Of just these ideologies that really comes to shine like Michael said in the way that people vote. Michael is the a geographic split within Florida as well because it's the general tendency in the United States and elsewhere that cities tend to be more liberal more vaguely left-wing rural parts of a given state or given country tend to be more conservative. Is that clear cut in that respect in Florida? Well, again I think. Could certainly right that it's always a little more complicated but that's generally true I think you know you saw in two thousand sixteen that Hillary Clinton did even better than expected in a lot of the urban areas She Barack Obama won Florida and Hillary Clinton. Did even better in some of the particularly in south Florida in Miami and Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach and some of the more urbanized area. But Donald Trump there was an absolute revolution of essentially white people in the exurbs coming out and voting for trump in the rural and sort of farther away from the cities you don't want to over stereotype. But it certainly true that the Republican coalition has you know the heart of it is older white people who are very reliable voters and the Democratic Coalition relies on younger urban lots of immigrants, lots of minorities who in the past have not been turned out has not been as High Bianca. Those factors taken into consideration that I guess the Republican Party's and democratic parties in Florida will have an amount obviously in common with the National Party and parties elsewhere is there still a distinctive political culture within Florida like basically what I'm asking are Florida Republicans different from other Republicans, into Florida Democrats different from other States Democrats. I think when it gets down to it when you're thinking of. Our Florida Latinos for example, are they always kind of leaning Democrat or you know Florida South Florida Latinos are they always leaning Republican as people kind of think a lot of the time because of the cuban-american population I think that a lot of that is is changing. So at whether whether or not, you're going to see more cuban-americans still voting. Republican. In the way that they usually do a lot of that is kind of breaking and and being undone because of the younger generation, you know really having more of an experience in the. US and seeing the way that their families grew up in thinking about healthcare and climate change as more of priorities to them. So you know I would say that the main difference if there was one is here you can see a lot of distinctive kind of you see mixed political ideologies in families. So I've met even candidates who are you know Democrats were running now for public office in Florida and their families are different completely different ideology from them. So I think that that's what's interesting right and what makes Florida you know such. Unique and fascinating state is that it's changing all the time and it's changing not just because of the of the new kind of waves of immigrants that are coming in but also the new generations that are really having a different kind of awareness than the one their parents did. We'll talk more in the second half of the program about how Florida may have changed in the last four years and what it might be like in this election. But Michael just before we do that I don't like to tempt fate too much by talking about what happened in two thousand when basically an entire parallel history of the twentieth century got chalked off by a margin of a few hundred votes in Florida but. Still. Talk about that election much in Florida and Walton immense sliding doors moment that was not just for the United States. But as it turned out for the entire world, you know I think that's a great way. Great way of putting it because it certainly was I mean you know you wouldn't have an Iraq war if it wasn't for five hundred, thirty, seven votes the other way. And I think it's just a great example of. Of. You know the way these these elections and Florida are always one on the margins. Sort of every community matters again at the margins these things make a huge difference. I think. You know Republicans have been much better organized since two thousand and you saw in two thousand with that Brooks brothers riot But but everyone knows it's going to be close and and that really is a place where every vote counts.
Fresh "Michael" from Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"Dio you know to be consistent or 162 games. Iraqis finished with a 26 and 30 for record in 1/4 place finish in the National League West. Strong winds over the weekend on the Cameron Peak fire increased the size by about 20,000 acres to 124,000 acres, planning operations training, Cory Carlson said The conditions did improve Sunday. It was much colder. It was cloudy. We did have strong winds, but unfortunately we didn't have any real growth on the fire. There was some activity. There was still a lot of heat on the edges, but just be elevated humidities. Cool temperatures. The cloud cover's really about us a lot. The Cameron Peak fire is now 21% contained. I'm Chad Bauer on Koray News Radio, 8:50, A.m. and 90 for one FM. The accusations he has no clue what's happening. He lied to the American people. The issues America's economy over 90. The first presidential debate Trump We want a lawn order fighting Don't trust coverage begins Tuesday night at six with Michael Brown, then hear the debated seven job. Joe Biden is nothing but a lot of people would still be alive. Sleep on K away news radio. Hey, there, dancer Kinney, owner done right kitchens and pass when is adores? There's absolutely no reason. Why right now. Can't be your time to get started on this beautiful new kitchen or that awesome bath you've always wanted, right? Todd? Of course,.
Florida: The swingiest swing state in the U.S. election
"Want to talk a bit about how we got here and why at least since the the famous near Tie of two thousand does just seem to be Florida or at least partially about Florida Michael Ask, you first win and why did floor to become the key battleground Republican hasn't won the White House without Florida forever. So that's part of the reason that it's become. So you know everybody desperately wants it and it just seems to be the self-balancing State where it's about twenty percent immigrants. But you know the last the last fifty, million votes that have been cast for presidential candidates in Florida Republicans, Democrats are separated by about twenty thousand and we've had just about every election. Every statewide election seems to come down to one percent and just seems like every time another white person Republican moves down here from the Midwest. Another democratic leaning immigrants may move into central Florida from the global south, and so it's a really seems to be self-balancing. Beyond those demographics that Monolithic is it a case of elderly white pensioners voting for Republicans and more recent arrivals from elsewhere trading Democrat or is there some kind of overlap between spillage among those groups? As you can probably imagine it's a little bit more complex in that I think that there's didn't kind of increasing awareness for both Democrats and Republicans that some of the key demographics here you know the American immigrants but you know you have the first generation, the second generation, you have the newer arrivals you have the. You have the Cubans you have the Puerto Ricans, have the Haitians. There's such a mix of people and cultures and experiences, and when you add to that kind of the new. Yorkers. That are coming to Florida to retire and you have all these different politics and ideologies kind of mixed together. I. Think you really get. Such a representation of both the Conservatives and the liberals in both the US. But also in Latin America and I think that when you look at South Florida, you see a lot of those kind of play. You see you know from Columbia from Columbia and you see the progressives from Columbia. So you have such a makes of. Of just these ideologies that really comes to shine like Michael said in the way that people vote. Michael is the a geographic split within Florida as well because it's the general tendency in the United, states and elsewhere that cities tend to be more liberal more vaguely left-wing rural parts of a given state or given country tend to be more conservative. Is that clear? Cut In that respect in Florida? Well, again I think. Could certainly right that it's always a little more complicated but that's generally true I think you know you saw in two thousand sixteen that Hillary Clinton did even better than expected in a lot of the urban areas she. Barack. Obama won Florida and Hillary Clinton did even better in some of the particularly in south Florida in Miami and Fort Lauderdale and West, Palm Beach and some of the more urbanized area. But Donald Trump, there was an absolute revolution of essentially white people in the exurbs coming out and voting for trump in the rural and sort of farther away from the cities you don't want to over stereotype. But it certainly true that the Republican coalition has you know the heart of it is older white people who are very reliable voters and the Democratic Coalition relies on younger urban lots of immigrants, lots of minorities who in the past have not been turned out has not been as High Bianca. Those factors taken into consideration that I guess the Republican Party's and democratic parties in Florida will have an amount obviously in common with the National Party and parties elsewhere. Is there still a distinctive political culture within Florida like basically what I'm asking are Florida Republicans different from other Republicans into Florida Democrats different from other States Democrats? I think when it gets down to it when you're thinking of. Our Florida Latinos for example, are they always kind of leaning? Democrat. Or you know Florida South Florida Latinos are they always leaning Republican as people kind of think a lot of the time because of the cuban-american population I think that a lot of that is changing so at whether whether or not, you're going to see more cuban-americans still voting Republican in the way that they usually do a lot of that is kind of breaking and and being undone because of the younger generation you know really having more of an experience in the US. and seeing the way that their families grew up in thinking about healthcare and climate change as more of priorities to them. So you know I would say that the main difference if there was one is here you can see a lot of distinctive kind of you see mixed political ideologies in families. So I've met even candidates who are you know? Democrats were running now for public office in Florida and their families are different completely different ideology from them. So i. think that that's what's interesting. Right and what makes Florida you know such. Unique and fascinating state is that it's changing all the time and it's changing not just because of the of the new kind of waves of immigrants that are coming in. But also the new generations that are really having a different kind of awareness than the one their parents did. We'll talk more in the second half of the program about how Florida may have changed in the last four years and what it might be like in this election. But Michael just before we do that I, don't like to tempt fate too much by talking about what happened in two thousand when basically an entire parallel history of the twentieth century got chopped off by a margin of a few hundred votes in Florida but. People still talk about that election much in Florida and Walton immense sliding doors moment that was not just for the United States but as it turned out for the entire world, you know, I think that's a great way. Great way of putting it because it certainly was i. mean you know you wouldn't have an Iraq war if it wasn't for five hundred, thirty, seven votes the other way. And I think it's just a great example of. Of you know the way, these these elections and Florida are always one on the margins. Sort of every community matters again at the margins, these things make a huge difference I think. You know Republicans have been much better organized since two thousand and you saw in two thousand with that Brooks brothers riot But but everyone knows it's going to be close and and that really is a place where every vote counts.
Fresh update on "michael" discussed on The Dave Pamah Show
"What's big deal. It's only engineer and jelly Facebook. Just block likely. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah what they don't understand again. And this is where from before when I say cyberspace as an extension of human consciousness. I really believe what we are ingesting from online contract affect says very differently than what occurs offline. Yeah, we approve it. But the people that I felt Mister payment I am telling you they are young, ties now, they're not PTSD. They don't need to go into psychiatric hospitalization. Yeah, when I tell you that many of folks have lost sleep have gotten arguments have left of jobs have even left where they lived at a fear that they're going to be cyberstalked. That's really Well, yeah, I mean it's quite serious and I bet a couple of Frets. I mean, don't want to go into it. But you know tonight I'm going to do this online T-Mobile on you know, it just gets me thinking, you know, it's not what anyone can do that to anyone, you know? Yes, I mean surprisingly enough you said that try and kind of like have some kind of a secure online and whatever but I mean even your President Donald Trump has some kind of trolls and he gets back at you know, and of course there's a big powerful figure. So in that one's going to try and you know anything online with him, he's got the money to try and investigate it but what I'm going to suggest a free mr. As you grow which you will because you're great at what you do the more you become noticed the more you become a public figure the probability that you're going to be easy target it increases now, I'm not saying it's definitely going to happen. But anybody who is a public figure politician celebrity radio personality podcast off. No extra they increase the probability of being targeted and when that occurs is being ready to what are you going to do when you're targeted? Yeah, Well, I mean the main thing that goes to the sort of celebs and well known people who are relying mainly Twitter is that they do get a lot of trolls and abused maybe harassment. It's more that off. Of course. It's it's still frightening for the fall asleep because they're in a very vulnerable position when they go outside or whatever. It's not like you say, you know can make do things off line that gets you off. So in a panic, doesn't it really not necessary even my trolls and now we're here in 2020. I have been troubled lately, but the predatory troll Triad if you put it in Michael neutral jelly, psy.d or just Michael nuccitelli and you know at least here in the United States and you click on images you scroll out of it you could log Some other nonsensical images that they create and that time. I know it's silly but at this is what people do they were alleging that I was director or part of cointelpro and cointelpro for your listeners was a covert Federal agency. I believe that was started by a you know, forget who was started by here in the United States, but they may, you know accusations that I was part of the dark deep cycle the cointelpro. It's laughable and it's nonsense. But what your your viewers I'm trying to hit home is that on this wonderful beautiful Earth that we have of 7.1 billion people no matter what I say the line. I guarantee you there are just going to be at least someone else out there that's going to be yeah. Dr. Mike. You're crazy perceptions are spot off. And what I believe once I get validation from someone else, okay now encourages me to do anymore. Yeah. Yeah. Oh, wow this Saturday a lot to think about the people, you know, it's not simply putting your profile on the Facebook or Instagram or anything like that. I almost need it, you know try and try and put some personal personal stuff and not so much but you know trying to keep it professional if I can nowadays with what I'm doing so couple might have just real quick couple of years ago. I had helped a woman God bless her she big Facebook her Facebook was on public and for three weeks. She had not that she was bragging she would reach you to just like any person was doing was talking about going to South Jersey which is you know stayed here in the United States to to the shore Atlantic City. She talked about that for three weeks. She hasn't announced were dead. In tomorrow her and family your family go down to the shore. They come back 10 days later. And guess what the entire house was burglarized. Yeah. Yeah. Similar thing happened because there was a golden rule. I heard that don't put any photos or anything about holiday just say that you've been on holiday afterwards, you know, which I try and tell my wife that she's trigger, you know happen on the social media. So sometimes she doesn't, you know, she can't wait to a certain thing, but there was one case in a similar to that and some friend of mine put something on her Samsung sign off friend got burgled and also a car I've got something out of the car think it was stolen or whatever. But anyway, something happened with the insurance where she didn't it made null and void because she told me one on social media that's they're gonna know they so it kind of canceled out the insurance as well. So yeah, that was a loss as well so that the majority again was a probability dictate birth. Vast majority of getting targeted is to be human error, you know, so if you're practicing Online safety and you don't have to a PhD and Online safety goodness gracious. I'm checkin pair. I can't but I worked in fire, you know worked in safety. I mean the fire department but I've got a PhD in it a nephew kind of a PhD in a you know, majority of front line expertise has between the ears dealing with the online the sailing but I don't know how to hack. I know hackers black hair that work in a but I don't know how to hack. I don't know, you know technology per se but what I do know and 4 is that is to practice basic Online safety. As you said, if you're going to post images or video of yourself look over your shoulder and make sure it's not your house or the number with your apartment. There's no there's no information in that content that can give a dog. You know where you live what you're doing so forth and so on. Yeah. Yeah, I suppose really people be thinking even myself, you know, those photos or even videos, you know that College University where ever work place where you just got totally drunk and you know done certain things, you know, not friendly but you know, not not I mean it could be arrested. Well I suppose but it's well worth having fun. But of course the drinks made it go almost like you forgotten that you've done it and it's our character and the next thing you know a video could be online somewhere about it now commit someone from anyway cuz I look at this drunken, LOL put it online. Yeah. Yeah, it's all scary stuff and I think people are going to be a bit more careful now a student student. I hear all the time was about what do you want to do?.
WHO warns COVID-19 global death toll could reach 2 million
"The World Health Organization has said it's very likely that the Corona virus will have killed more than two million people. By the time a vaccine is ready. Nearly a million people have died with covert 19 already and the W. H O CZE Emergencies Director Michael Ryan said that without a concerted global efforts to fight the disease, it was quite possible Another million would die.
Saints' Thomas out, Packers' Adams doubtful for Sunday
"In Saints meat for a marquee matchup. Sunday night. Michael Thomas will sit out again for New Orleans with this high ankle sprain. Davante Adams doubtful for Green Bay. With a hamstring injury. The
New Home Sales Crush Forecasts in Surge to 14-Year High
"14 years. The Commerce Department revealed Thursday that last month's Ah 4.8% increase in sales. That translates into a seasonally adjusted annual rate of just over one million homes. July's numbers. Air also better than first thought. That month's report put new home sales at 901,000 units, but it's now at 965,000 Treasury Secretary Steven
Chicago - Kyle Rittenhouse, Charged With Killing Two In Kenosha, Will Fight Extradition To Wisconsin
"Illinois, charged in connection with debts of protesters remains in his home state's Kyle Rittenhouse is charged with fatally shooting two men and injuring another during protests in Kenosha, Wisconsin, related to the Jacob Blake shooting at a hearing via zoom. Friday, his attorneys announced they plan to fight extradition. Wisconsin So we have no extradition papers from Wisconsin. We have no extradition papers from Illinois. Obviously, we need to review those that were in title is a Matter of a lot of challenge those by right of habeas corpus, which we intend to do and happy to do it. Written house was on the video call he was masked from the detention center is only words were good morning, your honor. His next court appearance will be in two weeks. Ryan Burrow, ABC News Chicago Chuck Stevenson,
Coronavirus: Two million deaths 'very likely' even with vaccine, WHO warns
"A grim milestone nearly a million deaths from the Corona virus, But the World Health Organization is warning governments not to bet on a vaccine alone and the pandemic. Here's NPR's Margot Door. W Ater notes that even once an effective vaccine is available, it will be many months before it is widely distributed around the globe. In the meantime, the W. H O is urging countries to recommit to using proven strategies to stem transmission of the virus. That includes widespread testing, contact, tracing, mask wearing and physical distancing. Dr. Michael Ryan is head of the emergencies program, he says, unless the world continues to use these tools against the pandemic. The death toll could reach two million before vaccine is readily available not only imaginable, but unfortunately and, sadly, very likely. Maria
Paris attack: Two people stabbed near former Charlie Hebdo office
"Investigation after two people were stabbed near the former offices of the satirical newspaper. Shall They have dough? The suspects under arrest? A motive is not known. Both victims are expected to survive. Christof, the lore of the Media Watch group Reporters Without Borders says it's clear the attacker chose that location. For its symbolism. It seems clearly to get an attack against a symbol of shall subdue. It happened in the same street in front of the same building. 12 people who worked at that magazine were killed in the terror attack there in 2015. WCBS news time for
Knife attack leaves at least two wounded near Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris
"Paris Police have opened a terrorism investigation after a knife attack near the former offices of satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. Police believe the machete wielding assailant is an 18 year old Pakistani already known to them. He was picked up shortly after the attack in which a man and a woman was seriously wounded. Christopher DeLuca, secretary general of RSF, reporters without Borders. Has no doubt the location in front of the former officers of Charlie Hebdo was chosen for its symbolism. This is clearly an attack against freedom of expression that as global expects, following the deadly 2015 attacks at those officers, the satirical newspaper now operates out of a secret, heavily guarded location. Elaine called CBS News Paris.
New York City to allow year-round sidewalk dining
"Good news for New York City restaurant owners and for their patrons who enjoy outdoor dining Mayor De Blasio announced he is making permanent and year round the city's Open restaurants initiative. That restaurant can use the part of the surrounding sidewalk and if they choose can use part of the Street as well and on his WN Y C broadcast, Deblasio called it an extraordinarily positive experiment that worked. We already have well over 10,000 restaurants participating. Almost 100,000 jobs have been saved, and we hope I believe this is going to make it a lot easier for restaurants to survive, and the mayor also noted the combination of open streets and open restaurants in which restaurants could expand well out into the streets on weekends. Is also being made permanent, he said. 87 streets now take part in the city hopes to expand that number. Rich lam WCBS news radio 8 80.
Davante Adams doubtful, Michael Thomas out for Packers-Saints clash
"Coach Matt LaFleur describe star receiver Davante Adams has probably doubtful for Sunday night Football with the Saints Titans receiver A. J. Brown will not play this week with a knee injury. The 40 Niners have ruled out George Kettle quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo and running back where he Mostert all out for Sunday's game with the Giants. Nick Mullins will start at quarterback for San Francisco.
New York Yankees will start playoffs on road after sloppy Miami Marlins loss
"Three games of the regular season and they will likely Start the postseason on the road, the Yankees and Marlinsfirst of three in the Bronx tonight. Yankees Air 21 in seven at home this season, but only 11 18 on the road J Hop gets to start tonight. Against the Marlins team that's trying to clinch a nationally playoff berth. 40 Niners played the giant
Arizona Cardinals will have 750 friends and family at Sunday’s game
"Is going to look a little different up to 750 friends and family of the team will be in the stands as sort of a test run for the organization's Corona virus protocols. Did you hear this? When team President Michael Bidwell joined the show earlier this morning? That's going to be almost old school high school football where the only people in the stands or your your family and close friends, You know, I think there's a right way to do it because we we want to be able to test Our fan health and safety protocols. That's a pretty cool way to test fans in the stands. Yeah, and unfortunately, it's gonna look like the old Cardinals at Sun Devil Stadium with about 750 fans in the stands, So there had this happen before. What I like about this is a testing the protocol when they're going to put fans back in there, but also giving the players the tickets. As a motivator, because now they will be playing in front of the people that are closest to him. I think it's kind of cool.
Interview with Calvin Baker
"Talk A lot about Colin. Kaepernick who of course has become far more than an athlete and more than any athlete of his generation has become super politicizing talk about how sports is a narrative of nationhood and definitely think that you could write eight the story of modern America on his last Assi What What do you? What do you? What are you? What are you thinking about? Colin Kaepernick. I think he's great. I think the truth almost didn't come to light. They. They suppress it for so long and so long and so long I think that it is. Emblematic of what's going on the country as a whole where you have this man and expressing is. Liberal belief. and. Becomes a lightly We tell ourselves we're in the twenty th century were everything is so diverse, and then you see what a lightning rod that becomes for. White. Anger. Someone expressing pride who is but also like. You can't kill black. That's radical athlete baboots how that's That's where we really are that. You can't say. Retaliates tally is wrong. Those are the hard enforces of racism, which I which I can chew colonialism in larger forces and patterns. How advanced how might and can the society be if you if it's if it's controversial as it was in that moment? Thankfully it's I think. As this moves forward. He's becoming raise established himself as one of a line of. Athletic spokespersons yet if you go back on tradition begins. Muhammad Ali's or the world and the Jim Brown's the world who's as like Oh as black versus one of the few people who is allowed any sort of visible Jackie Robinson in different. S. And that's end. And then he became corporate. Right. But the happiest people's right night. I talked about Jim Brown on the NFL who made the decision to leave NFL. After A manhood battle with art modell whose the owner Cleveland browns and direct line and one of the things on everything. We think we're saying there's historical precedent for it and the function and the horses ourselves. Insane. And so right. You look at that the and you look at what's happening feeling I'm not the first person. Say This I long chop wanted to contextualized story. And also like yeah. Camp is doing civil rights work. In the resistance that he faces shows you how much of this country is still against the most basic expression of civil rights what do you? What do you make of? The NFL along with the NBA? WNBA. Others. The institutions of sport have seemed to have come around to say you know we're going to embrace black lives matter. We're going to plastered all over the field or the court wear whatever you want. Neil. However, you want like you know we're fully supportive of the movement and yet gaps still doesn't have a job. So he still sacrificed his dream. Surely, it was his childhood dream that he achieved And then had that taken away chose to go after something bigger, and now that the the sports world, the NFL in particular has come around to his side of things. He is still left out which for so many of us for you to. ADDS a hypocritical sheen to all of it. I mean, I don't know I can't fully embrace what the NFL is doing until he is welcome back into the fold in a serious way. I mean, one of the. made the final cut I. Don't remember off the top of my head but wasn't Michael Vick can chilidog and still have A. Job in Colin Kaepernick, can't say. Shoot people. And not have a job. That's what I think. First of all the NFL. Lost me just I mean. There are a lot like their lot of sports. I. Love. I. Love Sports is you know and but there's always another sport and league baseball loss during steroids. Haven't been back. Haven't really looked back. I might watch catch on the corner of my eye, the barbershop every once in a while. The NFL. Because they are so far on what you say what you think the man like Avenue you know Muhammad, Ali's spent. Eighteen months in jail for Kosovo Vietnam War. I don't remember how much. Much of the baby actually did. Athletic careers. sports and they end when you're still a young individual with a lot of life ahead and as you read it as Jim Brown realize can't stop. By many miles at. And right the dream of NFL would it looks like it might be over I hope that it's eventually someone will give him a shot maybe but. And will air. We'll find the next stream. Nets like life purpose. That's always the challenge of being an athlete. It happened to him in a prematurely it's not fair but he's shown himself to be larger than that lead
"michael" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"Depth of challenge we face. Oh. Absolutely. I. Think that we can't examine that alone. No. Well, that's and that's what shocking isn't it that that Joe Biden and Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi have not denounced this violence as anti-american I mean, it is shocking. It is absolutely shocking but you know the answer is not for Republicans to go burn city either. So that's what I'm talking about this that the tit for tat that is now primarily the the game in Washington and I think I think Washington is a big part of the country's problems. It is it is contagious. What happens there and I think that the violence in the streets is a direct outgrowth of the rhetorical excesses that happened in Washington when when when you call Donald trump a Russian agent even though you've had your investigation and it was proven false. But when you continue to call him the Russian agent has Nancy Pelosi does that. Is insightful that is de legitimizing him and therefore legitimizing whatever method people choose now if someone shoots him, oh no, I didn't mean that then choose your words more careful for the record Hillary Clinton called Tulsi Gabbard a Russian agent, Michael Goodwin. You're a great guest New York Post, Fox News contributor. I. Hope you'll come back and join us again soon..
"michael" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"He's really aged fast. And then I started thinking about it what a second the last movie I saw him was eighteen years ago I've kind of aged eighteen years to. But people are we take a snapshot of them and then we'll see them again later. Bruce Springsteen is one of those guys that looked forty for about thirty years. He looked forty when he was twenty-eight. Any look forty when he was fifty. He just looked fifty for forty for a long time. Born in Long Branch New Jersey on this day seventy one years ago. Michael Good one of the New York Post and Fox. News. Contributor is our guest I'm GonNa read a line. From your piece, Democrats vehemently vowed to oppose the prospect of a sixth congressional conservative on the bench and already far leftists are threatening violence. If nothing else that should stiffen the spine of some Republican senators who are Leery of taking up the issue. It is their job and linking into the fetal position in the face of controversy and threats is unspeakable cowardice. Is that what we're going to see from Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski, and maybe even despite his recent protests to the contrary Mitt Romney Michael Goodwin. Well. Look When I wrote that I think maybe Collins has Makovsky I think was the first You know I would. Give them a little slack in the sense so far anyway, that they have the votes and so enough Republicans have. Not. slunk into the fetal position they've stood up collins. Of course, has a very tough race is well behind according to most polls She was I thought marvelous in her supportive Brad Kavanagh. The way her speech, I think really encapsulated the unfairness of the attacks on cavenaugh but also the the the real professionalism and brilliance of his jurisprudence career. So I give her a lot of credit for that I am off disappointed in Lindsey Graham but he too I thought stood tall during the cavenaugh hearings and so think you have to look at someone. In. The total in their total career or at least at least in the short term of this extreme partisanship that we have that you know this this reputation that Republicans WanNa, play Nice and Democrats want to win and so I think that this was one of those moments where. Donald Trump has taught the republicans how to fight. And The idea that you know. I. It would have been possible Michael when you when you look back just briefly over this. If trump had said. You know to himself to his team. Look the election is complicated already. We. You know we have a lot of balls in the air one. We just put this off I was just put the Supreme Court off if we win then we got another chance at it. But. He didn't because that's not who he is. He is a guy who relishes fights who who can take punch and throw ten more back at you and so I think the and Mitch McConnell to his credit has I think adopted a lot of that spirit. Look at the way McConnell handled the cabinet hearings. He did not let his members off the hook he did not say it's okay to give into cory booker and Comma Harris and all the screaming that Tall and White House we're doing it was not okay. You had to stand up because if you don't. They will not be appeased I. Mean you have to fight fire with fire? And I think that's what Donald Trump has taught the Republicans and I think it's you know people say, Oh, we're so polarized we are polarized but we're kind of equally polarized now and I think that if if we're going to have peace, we're going to get along as a nation. We now have two sides that have something to lose something they must lose we're going to have peace. So I think the Democrats now are threatening holy war over the fact that the Republicans are going to confirm a new justice they're promising all kinds of retribution but then that's just tit for tat and there'll be another time when the Republicans will have the Senate and the and the White House, and they will use the new powers that the Democrats are now threatening to use against them. So I think if if nothing else. This should teach the country. That, we are going to gouge each other's eyes out if we keep going. And that's not that we shouldn't use the power that we have in government, but it's that this hatred, this utter hatred of the other side has got to stop or we really gonNA tear this country. When you said that both sides now have something. To lose they WANNA interrupt you because you're in the middle of thought. But do you know exactly what you were talking about there because I wasn't sure I was following. Well I think that both sides are are sort of equally. Somewhat equally pitched toward the battle. And everything becomes a winner-take-all and you know you hear it all the time. The other side is evil. The other side is immoral This is politics. This is not church and and I think this ascribing. Of immorality and evil to the other side, all the time I think is is dangerous and it's it's foolhardy. I mean you know we all have our flaws were all centers this idea that we all have a lock on virtue a lock on. Moore. I mean this is this is foolishness and so I think that the country is being harmed by both sides thinking the other side is evil. And I think we've got to get over that. Somehow we've gotta get back to simple disagreement. We can disagree without hating each other we used to be able to do that in this country most of the time, but we seem to have lost that and that's why I think the whole country stands to lose something if we don't find some way. Of disagreeing without turning it into war well, I agree. But I it strikes me that we have a real challenge on our hands when we have individuals in public life and the media who refused to acknowledge acknowledge that burning looting and beating even killing is anything other than peaceful. It strikes me that that that really highlights the.
"michael" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"But as I look at where I, draw more influence now today than. Five seven years ago. Probably the biggest change is how often I am quoting sourcing or influenced by something coming out of the New York Post we've had Carol Markowitz on the show. We've had Sarah Murray on the show we've had several I think very thoughtful folks from the New York, post and somebody's doing something very well there in addition to the best covers of a magazine in the business, always worth the view one. Of them is Michael Goodwin who was our guest a couple of months ago, and he is our guest again, today's also a Fox News contributor. He's written a piece entitled y the country needs a filled Supreme Court for the twenty twenty election and in a few seconds or less Michael, and then we'll explore that why do we need to fill the seat? Why can't we just wait until the next president? Well Michael I think the answer is Seen around the country and the way that the down some of the Democratic Governors and legislatures are extending the rules on ballot security and breaking down a lot of the safeguards and so this universal mail in voting, for example. In states Pennsylvania one case where they you can drop off your ballots in a dropbox that is unsecured and unintended. Well. If that's not an invitation to theft or to add ballots to subtract ballots I, don't know what else it is So I think the likelihood is that the election will be thrown into the courts and many of these states we're not going to know the results on November third. And both sides have lawyered up with armies of lawyers. And so this is looking very much like it's going to be an extended Contested election well after the day, it'll be fought out in the start probably in state courts but much as the two thousand presidential election Bush v Gore. was thrown into the federal courts ultimately, that's Supreme Court I. Think that's probably what's going to happen this time and you would not want to have a four four court. If if this big case comes before it, you would not want to have a decision that split and then gets reversed to kick down to lower to the previous appellate courts, which may not be in the federal system it may be in the state so. It seems to me that it it. The whole country should want to have a full complement of nine justices for this presidential election. Unless you're the person who doesn't believe that you're going to win from this, which is, I. Think we're the Democrats perceive themselves. You make reference to what seems like ancient history in the political world which forgets yesterday twenty years ago the case of Florida. Talk a bit about that if you would to two thousand, right wish there as I say remember the hanging. Chad and there were a number of issues in in Florida ballot-counting but the particular one that got everyone's attention and that sort of as the word that throws remember you back to it was these punch the punch ballots were you like a punch card? Where you with a pencil, you press a piece of A. Piece of paper that is supposed to dislodge from the ballot itself, and then that's how the scanner reads it. Whatever's been dislodged like the emptiness is what's red and in some cases, voters didn't push all the way through they may be marked it instead of pushing it and in some cases, they pushed it and it went. The Chad did not dislodge completely and so the scanners may have mis read that intent also So you had a number of issues. So. Those Chad's were hanging and the number of issues you also had indifferent Florida counting different Florida counties, different rules about how they would count disputed ballot sometimes with these Chads sometimes with how they were marked sometimes if they were mark twice There was there was an attempt to decipher what was the intent of the voter when there were two marks on the ballot and you can only have one I mean. So there was a the numerous discrepancies being handled. In different ways by the Florida course and the Florida Supreme Court which seemed very partial to Al Gore was okay with this was okay with doing recounts and only in some counties and not others and in a way it looked as though it was designed to make sure that Gore won the state and. There were a number of issues like that where George Bush, the Republican candidate, of course, finally filed federal suit and got the case into federal courts and into the Supreme Court where the Supreme Court to significant rulings Right. Right. In the middle of December actually the first one. was that Bush was correct in in claiming that he had his equal protection rights of the Fourteenth Amendment were violated by these different standards of counting that the Florida Supreme Court had authorized. that was the seven to two vote. But on the on the next vote, it was five to four, and that was that there was not time to rectify this. There was not not not time because the electoral college was due to meet. And Florida Law required the Florida electors to have a certain number of days between the Finish Count in Florida and the federal. Then the Electoral College meeting to finalize the Electoral College totals from each state and so the Supreme Court said there's not time to fix it therefore, it's finished and it reverted back to the Florida Secretary of State's declaration that Bush had won the election by some several hundred votes now as you'll recall. Later, there were attempts to go back by media and other groups to find out what would have been the result under a fair counting. Most of them concluded that Bush would have won Florida almost no matter how you eventually decided nonetheless. then. Florida's twenty five electoral votes for a total of two, hundred and seventy one to Al Gore's to sixty six I. think there was one faithless elector who decided not to vote so to seventy, one, two to sixty six was the final electoral college, and of course to seventies the magic number. So is a very close election effectively decided by the Supreme Court by a five to four vote when it said there was no more time. So I don't think we want to have that situation with afford a four certainly don't Michael can you hold with me for just a.
Psychic vs. David C. Smalley
"Please join me in welcoming Michael Bodine. PODCAST Michael Jordan Myth Hey how you guys doing nice to hear you. We're doing all right as as good as twenty twenty will allow right now. Anyway. No. Kidding. It's been a weird year. Why didn't you guys worn us about this horsh did well I'm you know there are some people that did the psychics? Every psychic is different. You know like some psychics do world events and some people find your keys and you know some people. Talk to your dead relatives and and you know some people talked to. Your pets you know they all have different weird stuff and like there's the few you some of these world event people they were just like buzzing. You know they were. They were but still those are the kind of people hiding a basement with aluminum foil her don't get out much because they're so afraid of everything. So they're not the most communicative people in the planet but but they you know they they sit around and feel stuff. Let's GONNA come up. Next I would hate that I would just I would say that I have. For years you know people talked about twenty twenty, they talk about Oh. It's the end of the you know Mayan calendar and the ex you know it was kind of it was similar to the year two thousand except there wasn't the big tech freak out. Right? It was. The end of the world twenty twenty is this other thing and I think even. some I think Sylvia Brown even wrote something in her book about Twenty Twenty there being some sort of pandemic and. I thought that was really interesting because I never took her seriously but it's hard to take seriously but you know. She had a good magic eight ball I think. but everybody talked about it being this crazy thing and of course, you know skeptics like myself and a lot of people it was like, of course, that's nonsense. Of course there's nothing happening, and then right at the top of twenty twenty, we literally global pandemic and then it's just being after thing after thing, and now there's apparently an asteroid. Heading, right for us. It's going to pass. It's going to suck him earth. It might bounce off the Atlantic Ocean or something like. Jesus decided to skip rocks from heaven or something things. And, and it's going to happen. The day after election day or something and I'm depending on who wins I might welcome that damn thing. So. Yeah I mean at this point at this point I'm like, what else can twenty twenty do? I probably shouldn't say that out loud but Jeez, it's been crazy. It has been it has been crazy but you know the cool thing about it is that they're it's you know when when the whole darkness thing comes, it's it supposed to. Show the light you know it's supposed to show the light on people people supposed to shine stronger and the people that are supposed to come into play do because they're they're forced to do it. It's I. Mean I know it sucks in a lot of ways but a lot of people are doing things that they wouldn't have normally done because they're being forced to do it because they're they're being pushed. You know like the. Dark stuff is just saying, no, no, no, and they're fighting back not all of them but most of them, a lot of people are fighting back and they're they're of stand up for himself. So it's Kinda it's Kinda good in a way, but it's for a psychic sucks because the whole vibe of the country you can just feel it. You know you can feel it all the time and people are Kinda just they're just kinda. Down or they're anxious or there. There's this weird vibe and I live. Pretty close to. Where George Floyd got killed and so there's a lot of energy around here about all that stuff and. It's just it's just it's just an odd thing. But ever since I was a kid I grew up around psychics grew up around people that were trying to figure this stuff out and there's always there's always gonna be a year where that was it yesterday's news and I think there's been like five of them since I was a kid where that year we were all going to die and when I was a kid I kind of got scared but then you know after the second or third or fourth time and nothing happened just. Don't. Let it bother me like I used to because I don't really. I don't see an end at times. I'll die someday but I think I think it's really about learning how to overcome all of it as opposed to. As opposed to just giving in into it
The Cost of Student Debt
"Michael, thank you so much for joining us today. Thank you for having me during a plague I appreciate it. We appreciate you and I gotta say it like when I saw the title of your book, I don't WanNa die poor. You know I thought to myself every point in my life I feel that. ADDS but but tell us why did you want to write this book right now? I didn't really put Tomlin per se but I think off the bed I'm really sick of away. College debt is talked about it's either like it's really really bad. People did like some ridiculous off their debt, which is really silly I, WanNa talk about debt in the way it's actually really impacting people black college graduates and Black College. Graduates of all five in general. Yeah. Getting into it like. Did your dream of going to college costs you can in numbers. And totals about like a little over six figures, the primary loan that paid for. Power for the most part sixty, thousand principle in about thirteen years i. Spend about ninety, five, thousand dollars on it already it's just the fact that for a lot of people don't have access to certain capital, we don't come from certain backgrounds. So they take advantage of us. I tried to put in the context of like I took the educational woman of a subprime mortgage loan. Conversation. Around student I think tend to focus typically on the number of how much how long? To pay back how much interest You accrued over time. But in the book you really get is like the emotional cost of procedure dreams or getting an education talk more about that part I wanted to talk about in terms of high really impacts every facet of life instead of just kind of even like how did it impact mostly in terms of your dating some cases? How does it magnified trauma that you kind of grew up with you know run into also recognized A question like there is an emotional way that we carry in addition to the physical dead. But I think if people really kind of you don't have to have student loan debt to lead into, you know where we are. Now all of us kind of see like people being screwed over even better not their fault or at least you should not solely be blaming yourself for a situation that you did in earnest with the best intentions. In this year is kind of a I think compounds a lot of a lot of people are feeling obviously with the pandemic. Of subsequent like economic. Fallout. Economic Stadi- things is affecting black people with substantial student debt. Whenever, there's a crisis in the country. We feel the worst of it we have more debt just by virtue of again started from behind and trying to crawl away open. You know black grabs was even if you didn't necessarily have a substantial amount of debt realities, your college degree doesn't allow the same ability to generate wealth away a wife high school graduates still. So it's just kind of highlighted. What was already there to that end statistic is like you know it takes the average person twenty years. To pay back their student debt while a lot of people are. Building their lives. Starting entry level work trying to start families are having to take care of parents and loved ones. It's a lot to all at once. Are there any policies or initiatives that you think our leaders our government could putting in place to make this easier on people live with Horn and Bernie in particular really brought debt cancellations like a national conversation. We all go to cancel all student that in this country. and Said Joe Biden Credit, you know was not my first second third fourth pig but auntie slapped down and we is what it is. It is what it is. But I do get. that. Piggybacking off of some Elizabeth Warren's influence that he does have initiative about some level of debt forgiveness. It's not high as Bernie with Liz but there's the caveat if you are a black college graduates specifically and you make under one hundred, twenty, five, thousand dollars I believe that is like total debt cancellation because I think that's really one important way to kind of help a lot of people who are going to default this you. And that's also gonNA stop them from being able to buy houses and rent apartment. So let's fix the problem by giving people a great is you mentioned like a lot of people are really going to be struggling this year and it probably in subsequent years to come what advice would you give to recent grads who are coming out who are trying to figure out how to how to make it an approach paying back their debt? Or even just living with that day. If you have federal loans, you probably have repre- just enjoy it in hate the interest. Later if you have private loans unfortunately, the situation going to be a lot more. Less than giving because they don't work with you as you have to also learn to forgive yourself for a situation as the young you're control Louis don't worry about your credit right now because a lot of people are in, it'll bounce back and just please vote. Just get over vote for Joe Biden might use the money
"michael" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
"I'M GONNA. Be here at the end of the this thing in I'm going to be seen you through it and we're GonNa make it through it and that was you know because some kids, just they just. Kind of just wanted to prove again that you're going to see them that. They weren't GonNa make it. I was not going to be that. You know and so it. It was nothing heroic. It was just like stopped trying so darn hard. You know you got so much to offer and so much to give me. That's that's to me. was like the ultimate. Ultimate and I'm GonNa care for you, no matter what. It's kind of like your kid now. You got three kids right now. I mean how much how much do you love your kids? How far will you go to prove that you love them well? If you love somebody, you'll go as far as you have to go to the end if that whatever. Whatever? And so that you know that's. That's the commitment that I think it it. It is there for us to jump on, and it makes you a vulnerable you makes you look bad why this guy doesn't belong to be here anymore. He's let it get out of here. No, you know I'm going to hang myself. With it because I know this guy could make it if we don't give up on you, that's that's the kind of commitment to care in I. Think it really shows you know. You'd give to others, and you give them an opportunity to really do something special. They might not have done otherwise. I think it's the way you do it, you know sometimes there are. There's harsh news to deliver, and that's the difficult part of the businesses that everybody is in, but some it's not just the word sometimes you do. Sit him down item. I know sometimes with my kids. If it's difficult, conversation out outgun lower and then have them in the chair, so they feel a little bit more in control. I don't know. Maybe that's crazy. You just want them to feel not threatening love, even if it's bad news, even if you are grounded. For whatever and I think that's the part I Michael I think I told you before obsessed with with failure right now and fear those two things pushing through when you are scared to death, you know, and and whatever way because what comes on the other side of it is pretty cool because you're gonNA, survive it and I feel like that's something that can also be thrown in there with leading and guiding as well, but it's again. It goes back to the culture of knowing that none of knock you make this mistake. You're not cut. In fired. We're still going to bring you back in. What did we take from? What did we learn only if only if you make it twice? So fear, failure are a temporary in imprinting credible motivators, their bit dangerous. And they are on the other side of it and I'm not advocating for him and just saying that sometimes people will do work harder longer. Whatever out of fear you know and. And failure and fear also great constrictors the fear of failure. Fear of looking bad the fear what other people are great constrictors of authentically living, and so you know that's why the mental skills for me are so important is like okay. Let's actually get some skills boards. You can manage this runaway train. Sometimes negative train of thought this fear based train. Of thought you know, so you can actually get off that train if you want to. This will take his kind of down a different road here, but. What we have come to face right now. And what's going on in our communities right now has brought to light again for the thousand. Millionth time. How important it is for us to to take care of the people in our communities and we. We have an opportunity to make a choice that we're going to do about how you going to do it and or if you're going to, you're not and I don't think that there's ever been a time. That's more ready for us to show. How much we? We love the people around this wherever they come from whatever colours their skin is whatever their background is, and I know that there's there's a lot of work to be done and a lot of ways voting issues and legislature issues, and but I don't know that there's anything more important right now, and I'm a stay with what what I know I don't know. How do anything else? But loving the black people that are in our that are close to us that we can relate to, and we can't have the opportunity to connect with is so crucial. It's so crucial that we understand without that willingness. We're not gonNA feel their pain, and we're not going to understand the story, and we're not going to make the right choices on how to show to care and I. Don't know that there's any time more important in our lives than than to love the people around us and right now. Black lives are so important to to love and we should have learned it. It hundreds of years ago, but now more than ever, let's that's love our way back through this this situation and turn it so that all people understand how much black lives matter and and that's it's more of a challenge in in in the white world. Then then then the white people think, but it's there to be done, and it's not a hard process. There's all kinds of work to be done, but there's nothing more important than just downright caring eleven th the people around us just because they're. They're just because they they need it. Deserve it just like everybody else and so. That's. Why I think the a lot of the things that we feel strongly about now in our work. Just continues to show us why we should stay with it and keep working at it and make sense of it and see if we can help people be. Better at what they WANNA. Do whatever it is, and in this case in particular because we have you on you, but that it's not sorry. I don't apologize for that that just it's so important and It's what we find so much with our players we've been. We've been going through this off season in in really in zoom world and we've heard from so many kids, and as we've always heard from kids, but not not like now even more than ever. Because you can feel. You can feel the newness people say oh, really I didn't get it that way. I didn't see it that way I wish I would have seen that earlier. I wish I would have known it earlier and. It's A. It's a really rich time to rich time for people have the heart in so. Anyway so I. I'm not sorry. I take that back. Tag Sorry? Not Sorry, that's the thing. I will say this. I think so many conversations that need to be had and that that's the key word is conversation. It by the way goes. Across the board and I think one of the things I I've missed recently from the pandemic on front when we all started to quarantine, which for me was on March sixteenth. On you know your everyday actions going to the grocery store with mass gone in driving..
"michael" Discussed on RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE
"That. We can get to the hospital that if we end up at the hospital that they will try to save our lives every person who played a role in this. When we're through this has to be rewarded in all sorts of ways. But we can start today as I'm sure some of you have just Expressing our love our absolute love and devotion to them for helping for struggling so that we could have time those of us who get to sit at home and think about how we're going to fix this world we can fix this world. We owe it to the people who have had that struggle and that suffering. We owe it to those who've died everyone who has died so far. Let Their deaths not be in vain? Let's two years five years down the road. Look back and say it was awful that we lost this beloved person. This family member this friend of ours. This neighbor down the hall but then we picked up. We picked ourselves up and we picked up the Mantle. And we said we're going to create a better world in their name so that when we when we have the things we have and we live the way that we want to be living and we're treating each other the way we should be treating each other we can say this all began out of a massive a massive death and despair but instead of singing instead of wallowing in a instead of building. False memorials to it. The Living Memorial was that we all got off her ass and we got busy and we fixed it and we the people literally became we the people. Maybe we wouldn't have done that. Had you not died or you had not died or you or you or you. Your deaths were not in vain. You know we're going growing up going to Catholic school. Good Friday. They tell the story of Jesus being nailed to the Cross and hanging there for three hours until he passed away and the his is seven last words or seven last things that he said that are recorded. And it's it's your little kid and you're there reading this. The alternates pretty frightening thing. Because it's clear the guy hanging on the cross didn't WanNa die that he was in such pain with the nails through his hands and that that's how he's being propped up on that cross the nails in his hands and his feet in however. I'll say whatever else they did to him and he's going through the most awful pain and begging God to take this away. Take this job away from me. Please don't let me go like this. He says his last words to his mother. He asks his friend to take care of his mother in that moment. He's not a believer in whatever. The thing is that he's supposed to be the son of God the afterlife all this other stuff. He's just wanting to live and he's not going to live. He is in a slow death and three three days less than three days later. He rises from the dead. The resurrection and the story has this happy ending. I'm not being sarcastic. I'm just saying folks. We can have that happy ending in spite of all the death and destruction that we're having to go through right now instead of being paralyzed with fear and terror because anyone of us myself you any one of US could be next. Many of us will be next. If it's me I don't want to have lived and died in vain for no frigging reason and if it happens to you. I don't want that to happen to you. I don't want you to be forgotten. I don't want this moment to be forgotten. I want to do something. The majority of people did not have to die. Had We all done this differently? Had We had our unelected leadership doing its job. None of this. None of the tragedy Sir are about to occur. None of those half to happen. So that's my commitment to you to you to your loved ones to anybody that you know that has passed away during this that will pass away. I will not let this be forgotten. I will not let them have died for no reason whatsoever. I will look back with you in a few years. Not long and we will feel a sense of pride in some ways that that we rose to the occasion that we did not just let this happen and ignore it that we did not just when we didn't have to stay at home in November that we didn't stay at home or if we are at home we have fought for to make sure that our voice gets the legally be heard. I'm GonNa do this I'm going to do. I'm I'm asking you to join with me. I'll join with you. You can ask me. We none of us. We don't have to take this anymore. This is it this is it. I've seen enough. I really seen enough and I with you. We will resurrect this this country this world this planet to be something better than what it's been and I can already see it I can. I can hardly you can already see it because I already see. The evil doers are already trying to do it. trump yesterday making the pronouncement. That Young People. You do not have to pay your student loan. That's for the next six months. Wow Okay so really see. This is what they're all admitting with all the things they're saying. If you don't have to pay your student loan debt now or for six months. How buffer the six months after that or six years? Why are we even forcing our young people into this virtual debtor's prison it's wrong we know it's wrong and when the back is against the wall what do even the bad people say People you don't have to pay your mortgage this month Landlords you can't pick people farmworkers. We hate you. We hate you. Illegals your essential. They're releasing nonviolent offenders out of the prisons they shouldn't have been there in the first place. Don't have come back and don't put anybody else in prison again unless they're you know. I don't even want to say this but because the concept of even prison is wrong. We're smart enough to be able to have a system set up to protect us from people who would do us harm. I get that. But when they're they're already releasing the so-called nonviolent offenders where were they in prison in the first place. You see what my point is. Is that that the people the haves the one percent who have benefited greatly at the expense of everybody else now realize that they can't quite keep it going. Even the moderate Democrat who's going to be the nominee for the highest office in the land felt like he had to do something this week so he's going to lower the free health care for all that we already have for Medicare for people sixty five or he wants that he's GonNa lower to sixty years old. I'm not laughing. That's a good thing. It's a step okay. So you see so. He even see we take by the hand. We help them see that. That's just not enough but you're in the right direction. You didn't raise the eligibility age from sixty five to seventy. You went the other way. Good for you now. I know you can do even more. They know they know their system is wrong. And they know that when we come out of this after having lost so many people after Gone through it. The essential workers who are not at home. Every we'RE NOT GONNA put up with US anymore and they know we're coming we're coming and that's a good thing. I hope everybody is enjoying this weekend. I hope you enjoy the day regardless of whatever you believe in I'm GONNA I'm going to in the In the immortal words of money Python Choose to look at this today and for the days after this differently. Join with me. Yeah you know where this is going. We're going to look on the bright side of life. That's right bill thank you everybody. Thank you hanging there. Let's do this. Look on rumble. Michael Moore. Why he's look.
"michael" Discussed on MZNOW with Michael Zavala
"And it's like shot. He had to make her. I haven't seen anything he's done recently so I don't know that you know he's all the victim in the back of my mind thing. Michael Vina's pranking. There's no this is something I really want to do. This is almost like a as big as William. Shatner for me about hope. Very little young man. Like Michael William Shatner. Yeah Yeah I'm over here trying to get into the storage and I can't get into well 'cause I'm a heavy track. Yeah Yeah we got. We got a pretty good all. You can tell he was doing like million talking to say. Okay Yeah but it sounded like you need My mouth is Michael. Bro Pledging my so anyway he was right it was us but when I think about it wasn't me doing. The voice was actually Jerry Lewis. He was talking to what I think is funny as him. His girl I've been looking up Jerry Lewis while they're talking to him. They see what day he's born but they never look at the line below that said he's been dead for three years. Hymie just found out that he's been dead. I mean when you find out at relief to sword I it was. It was qualified. Greg dollars an hour for.
"michael" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"Shared experience fifty eighty four months of pregnancy patients fifty four months of pregnancy pregnancy and frequent absence because he was deployed to vietnam you know he was a navy eighty man so he he was at that helps a little bit too. I i would recommend the doing it. I would recommend doing the marriage prep because you know marriage isn't isn't a book at your acting every day. You're putting it into your body. You're <hes> you know. It's your life so it read whatever good books people recommend to you but i i would practice. It's a much more practice than an intellectual exercise and it seems as if you knew you probably knew people that have been like in the newlywed stage my mom called over five years yeah and then <hes> any therapist i've ever talked to say like the seven and the ten year itch real <hes> talk to people that stage and then talked to people at the twenty year stage because every stage of marriage is so different and then differently relatable to people. I can't remember what we read. I'm coming up on ten years and i can't remember it no okay. That's that's good. I'm glad i just had a kid. Wanna make marilyn monroe movie either refers to therapists often referred to it as like that you start to look at if the other person and all the things that you used to love you know hey. That's what that happens around seven and ten years. They say it's just interesting anyway. Good luck with that and you know like michael eggleston earlier. Get married and have lots of babies okay. Jerry says his company released a guide of correct language regarding gender in the realm of healthcare with phrases like biological sex being band. I wanted to keep my job but this is crazy. Any advice depends what your job is. It depends how you have to use that language. I mean i would never use that language and now i work here. You know it adds now. I'm not working at morgan stanley or something or someplace that would insist on that kind of ridiculous orwellian language so it it depends if they're saying around the water cooler. You can't use the word sex you have to use the word gender which is a term that refers to grammar not to human people. I mean there's not supposed to refer to humans and then i would just avoid the topic at the water cooler. If in official company missives you're not allowed to use the term sex. You have to use the term gender for something something that is going out publicly from the company. It's their company. They can put out whatever they want now. If what they're saying is that in your interpersonal communication. You're just kind of your your your emails. Your text messages your the way you think because that's what it ultimately comes down to not just speech codes speech codes or thought codes. If it comes down to that i certainly wouldn't be able to tolerate that. I mean all i've got is my consciousness. All i've got is what i think of the world the faculties that are mine and if i were told that i'm not allowed to think what i think or have the opinions that i have or even use my own speech which is the human <hes> ability what right that's what separates us from the animals then i would maybe start start looking on ziprecruiter dot com and start looking for a new place because that that is so oppressive i don't. I don't know how i can have a career that sort of place and i don't know how h._r. Would handle that and oh. I suspect i do know how h._r. Would handle it the way h._r. Should handle it is by protecting the liberties and the rights of the employees but by stays. That's how it works out for. The company folks never uh-huh just saw that in a few situations in the news last couple of years life lesson they're joel says traditionalist knowles and welcome back lisa thanks joe. It's good to be back why do so many conservatives emphasized to a and disregard for a mostly with regards to encryption back doors both republicans and democrats looking and warrantless cell phone searches..
"michael" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"Because i was such a judgmental conservative and i've thought about that is why is he calling me and i think it's because we are very judgmental. We have judgments about the world we think about the world we think about morality we think about virtue we think about human action we spend a lot of time thinking about them so we do have judgments and yet because we spend all that time they're also comes the wisdom of human broken human frailty there but for the grace of god go i <hes> i people i know have had abortions there but for the grace god go i either as the baby or is the mother women i know who who racked with regret and grief because of what they did. I i've a friend in new york. Unbelievable christian guy born again goes to daily. Mass is a born again catholic. Usually we say born again and it refunding my buddy reporting and catholic mass every day i love jesus cap and this guy was involved in crimes serious crime like kill people kind of crime and <hes> he pointed out to me. Saint paul was a murderer. If saint paul was a murderer persecuted and killed christians and he becomes the apostle also such the apostle that he's just referred to as the apostle then certainly there is redemption for women and mothers who have had abortions all right. Heidi says her boyfriend friend and her are currently reading three to get married by fulton sheen. Do you recommend any other books as marriage prep. I'm embarrassed to say. I haven't read three to get married but i just love fulton sheen blue. I mean just go through his old his old t._v. Shows watch them on youtube. You'll go down a vortex. Absolutely i didn't read any books for marriage. Prep i did marriage prep. The catholics have pre qena and there were other but there are other protestant versions of that yet <hes> i do recommend that i found that really helpful <hes> the conversations with my priest really helpful conversations with married. People were really helpful. I asked my grandfather who my grandparents have been married. Something i mean like seventy years. He was a captain in the navy. I asked him what's the key on his sixtieth anniversary. So what's the key to a happy marriage..
"michael" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"There's no but don't lie so what's your opinion of the current state of healthcare. There are many challenges inches. It's broken costs are too high there. There would be ways to expand access to healthcare. Innovation innovation is wonderful. We're the greatest driver of healthcare innovation in the world. Obviously we have the best health care system in the world. That's a true answer a leftist hearing that wouldn't find anything objectionable about it except the last one that no. I think they would agree with that. Really i think it depends on how hardcore they were. Maybe not okay. Maybe layoff that a little bit the real fear is if they get into asking you specific policy solutions and if they do that find a lawyer buddy i mean like serious viewpoint discrimination and <hes> even if it doesn't violate any particular whatever state you would be going to medical school in that that is a big issue that is real corruption fire education and you should make an issue of it. Oh julian wants to know. I don't know this might be allie. Beth study using a fake name as a daily wear subscriber name julian who wants to know what are your biggest criticisms of calvinism. How much time do we have left in the slash. Say that because alley is obviously really an advocate for calvin discussed this at length in this she talked about on <hes> ben episode of the sunday special that she was on which everyone should go check out as well without without going too far into it and i'm no scholar of calvinism. I'm a catholic the the big the big criticism of calvinism is that is it is a form of fatalism so it <hes> denies the will in many ways and it sort of surrenders <music> humanity to sort of mindless fatalism now. This is the response to that would say you darn catholics or pelagia aijun heretics. You have a work based theology which is not true and we could get into that at some point but if if calvinism is only focused on grace and denies the role of the will and then certain harasses like which were declared harris's fifteen hundred years ago the pledge in heresy deny grace and <music> only focus on the role of will what you need to have is true religion which is the marriage of grace end will dancing as though they're doing a formal dance at the ball and you see this most clearly in the annunciation so in the angel comes down to marion says hail mary the lord is with you you will conceive a child of the holy spirit and then all of heaven holds its breath because the angel weights. Mary says i am the lord servant his will be done. So that god comes all the way down the mountain all graces there in that scene and yet so as mary's will marry a sense to god's will and and we may turn away from god's will we may turn away from our own salvation that is for us to do and this is denied by certain <hes> more modern christian <hes> integrations rations and including calvinism and so that would be i think probably the most glaring error all right says. Would you be friends with someone who had an abortion. I am friends with people who have had abortions multiple abortions and multiple people who have had abortions christians and i'll even expand that to the whole pro-life pro-life community who tend to be conservative. At least i think christians conservatives pro-lifers. I think we are the most judgmental people except when we are the least judgmental. The people i had a guy barely knew him. You know i mean we were kind of thousand college. Movement weren't close at all hadn't spoken for years and years and years not after really freshman or sophomore four year he called me because he was going to prison for an horrific crime i won't i won't even go into it here. Like the worst crimes you can possibly imagine said why why are you calling me says a guy who would give me grief about my politics in college.
"michael" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"Pretty conservative because behind every joke. There's a hint of truth so watch. I think you'd you'd like the episode. I just hearken back to that man when we have conversations like this because it's so true all right cory says michael. How do we get you. Oh ben andrew or matt to come to denver. I know it smells like weed here but there are many conservatives that way beloved to see more conservative speakers come to colorado. I'm only going to go to denver four the pot. I mean that's the big okay. I like things. That's <hes> unfortunately i'm not going to be stopping in denver. I did learn though we announced my staff college. You've you got some fancy schools going back going back to my old stomping grounds at yale. I'm gonna probably going to tour and feather me. Send me back on the metro north end and ask for your diploma bad or they're gonna take my diploma magnets guaranteed. I'm gonna hide that before. I go i'm going to g._w. In washington <hes> they're trying to take away washington as the mascot of george george washington university in change the name i i know they should they should if you look at yale changes all these names too so it l. who yell was a slave trader. You'd think they'd change that at some point. You're i ain't going down to florida down to university florida going to atlanta. I'm going to ohio. I'm going to do and i'm kentucky so we're gonna. We're gonna be all around unfortunately not denver but hey put in a request through young america's foundation. Maybe i'll get to go next semester. That'd be amazing and you gotta hold tour this year the fancy and fun we won't get squirted by weird chemicals on my lovely journey thing yeah glitter on those loafers right still see it. Actually the letter is the herpes of the craft world once you get. It never goes away herpes. That's the god king take a chance getting good electric risk. I can't believe that we're half way through with this. You haven't halfway through my catch on. It'd be much more interesting. Is it episode of the conversation. We have these once. A month where we talked to are amazing. Daily wire podcast hosts this month. It is michael. I'm not don't worry next month. It will be bench bureau so it'll be much more interesting and we'll both be talking ten thousand times faster so our episode of the conversation is live for everyone to watch everywhere. I mean everywhere everywhere. Everyone is able to watch these live journal r._i._p. All right but only are amazing.
"michael" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"Job. I had one excellent teacher in high school. Who taught in elective philosophy course now but that was public social yeah publix wow he was the exception not the rule okay. If if you you only had to do one or two if that was all you can fit in. It certainly would be aristotle or plato. I mean that would just if you're right. If you teach aristotle and plato that would so correct act some of the <hes> many of the academic problems that you see <hes> there are many other philosophers who should be taught or theologians as well or people who kind of blur the line like saint thomas aquinas that would be great to do that. We tend to have this focus on the enlightenment philosophers it just in america and in in this world but i think that's kind of a mistake or other great philosophers dating back to antiquity and we should probably read them. We should also probably read the ancient historians like through cities. I think that would correct a lot out of educational problems and then most importantly we should read the bible in school. This is not my <hes> theocratic fascism like some of the leftists wanna call a bible thumper autism not a bible thumper on. It's not what i'm saying. I'm just saying it's the most important book that has ever been written and it singularly shaped western civilization and the the rest of the western canon that you read after that <hes> makes no sense if you like none of it makes any sense if you are not biblically literate so the fact that we don't teach the bible in school because of some stupid supreme court decision fifty years ago to appease some aggrieved atheists is just absurd. I mean it is it is not possible to have a serious education. If you haven't read the bible and so <hes> even before the philosophers i would say we need to get some biblical literacy back in schools as well so here's a follow up question to that. Would you say that the average american that you know might be middle class and just work a nine to five job. Every day should read all the things that you said or do you think because you you and andrew klavan have defended jeremy. Naina are kind of like anti college. I'm a lotta screw that up and you're very pro. Liberal education drew talks about about this a lot of course he spent a lot of time at oxford in england and has a love for old history and all that stuff. Do you think that that's something that is only for the. I guess the elite educated educated people or do you think that is the philosophy for everyone. Well college is not for everyone and <hes> these days probably for no one but you know in nineteen forty nine hundred forty thirty five. I think we had about five percent of americans graduated from a four year college. Now sixty percent of high school seniors going to go on to a college. Many of them won't graduate. They'll go into debt and not graduate but i. I don't think that a liberal education is necessary. Refer your liberal arts college is necessary for everyone. I suspect there were a whole lot of farmers in the nineteenth century who knew a whole lot more about our western.
"michael" Discussed on The Michael Elliott Podcast
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"michael" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"But he would have expected to win right because he's cheating. He ends up cheating with no less an adversary than the government of Russia to fix the two thousand sixteen election. You can't have both of these things. You can't have Donald Trump never desired or intended to be president. And Donald Trump both desired and intended to be president so much that he cheated fixed the election with Russia and therefore expected to be present. You can't have that those don't both work. So why would Michael Cohen say it Michael Cohen is throwing spaghetti at the wall. He's not here to tell the truth. He's not here because he's now reformed. He's seeing the light. No Michael Cohen is trying to garner public sympathy. Probably wants to get out of jail little earlier than he's supposed to because he's a broken weak man who has betrayed his benefactor. That's what it is. There's no I don't understand what the other explanation would be. This is what happens when you get the squeeze put on you is people just start saying anything, even if the things contradict themselves, which clearly he's done right here. So okay. Now, Michael Cohen has even less credibility than he had when he started because somewhere in there. He's lying not he didn't only lie in the last. Congressional testimony lies in this one one of those conflicting statements has to be alive. So next up Donald Trump is a racial bigot. Now, this is the greatest evidence that they've got nothing on Russian collusion. If they've got Donald Trump if they've got evidence that Donald Trump conspired with the government of Russia to fix the twenty sixteen election broke, presumably untold numbers of laws made him made self a traitor to his own country. Why would they bring up that? He doesn't like black people. It doesn't it seem a little weak. I mean, you've got you've got the president of the United States committing treason. That's the allegation and also he said a mean thing about a black person one time. No, the the reason that they're going and trying to portray Donald Trump has some sort of racial bigot is because they don't have evidence of any crime and racial bigotry is not a crime. But in the court of public opinion, it hurts them when you're looking at the twenty twenty election with which is what this is really all about it hurts them. And so he says Michael Cohen goes does a little dance that the Democrats want him to do he says Donald Trump's a racist? Mr. Trump is a racist. The country has seen Mr. Trump court white supremacists and bigots you have Hernan call poorer countries pulse. His private in private. He's even worse. He once asked me if I can name a country run by a black person that wasn't a whole this was when Barack Obama was president of the United States. And while we were once driving through struggling neighborhood in Chicago, he commented that only black people could live that way. And he told me that black people would never vote for him because they were too stupid. And yet I continued to work for him. Why? Oh, gosh. Michael Cohen must be a pretty bad guy. If he's going to not only work for someone like that. But he is going to. Pledge undying fealty to him say take a bullet for him. Wow. Michael Cohen must be a real dirtbag. Well, we already knew that. But the stories that that Michael Cohen is telling the stories are hard to believe hard certainly impossible to corroborate. But then even the insinuation he's making or bizarre. We'll get to that in a second. But first selectquote, you know, I love.
"michael" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"And they're saying he's not lying now. It's like the they're a victim of fraud. Who? Cuts a con man and other check. It's like it's like an abused spouse. Who says no, no, he's changed? His he hasn't changed. They don't change. Even Michael Cohen admits this credibility problem. A free agent. That was reporting back to the president what he had done correctly frequently reached out to Mr. Trump, and Mr. Trump was very happy to take his calls. It was free service. Roger stone says he never spoke with Mr. Trump about WikiLeaks. How can we coop corroborate? What you are saying, I don't know. Oh, that's pretty rough. So in all of this testimony says, yeah and stone, Roger stone was talking Wicky leaks, which is really a front for the Russians and then the called Trump and Trump took the call and yeah. Yeah. So Debbie Wasserman Schultz. She's so excited. Oh, yes. And how can we corroborate? What you're saying? Mr cohen. Oh, I don't know. I don't think they expected that answer that he can't corroborate any of this. And you see it throughout the whole testimony the the whole testimony. He makes these outrageous claims and really they're just insults. They're not even that one was a particular claim that he can't defend but mostly it's just insults. Besmirching his character. He's a racist. He's a visist that and say, okay. How can we corroborate is? I don't know. Michael Cohen back when he was Trump's flack couldn't corroborate those rights that Donald Trump is the best memory of anyone I've ever met is the most dignified man, he has the most integrity is the greatest that ever walked the earth. Now, he couldn't corroborate that either. And now because he's the same guy because he's the same lying dirtbags always been he can't corroborate this. He's just saying what people want to hear. He's just dancing for the Democrats now used to dance for Trump. Now, he dances for the Democrats to try to limit his time in prison to try to get a little public sympathy. So let's go through these assertions these the these claims Michael Chona's making this testimony because what the Democrats are relying on is that it's just gonna be this cloud of fraud deception collusion. Nobody's gonna look into the specifics. Let's look into the specifics. Let's knock everyone down first specific I claim from Michael Cohen, Donald Trump never. I really wanted to be president. He never expected to be president. He didn't want. This is one of the main democrat attack lines on Trump. He was only ever after his own personal advancement making more money. Building more hotels getting his name out there branding. That's all. He was interested in. He never wanted to be president ever thought. He was going to be president. Heck he might have been upset when he won the presidency because it hampered his own business career Michael Cohen opens his testimony with this line. In a million years. Did I imagine when I accepted a job in two thousand seven to work for Donald Trump? That he would one day run for the presidency. To launch a campaign on a platform of hate and intolerance..
"michael" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"Michael Cohen dirtbag. Lawyer convicted an admitted liar a went to Capitol Hill today to testify to congress, which he previously had lied to the GOP came out with a little ad before this happened. You'll remember Michael Cohen used to say, I love Trump. I'll take a bullet for Trump. I'll never turn on Trump. Now, he goes to Capitol Hill to say that Trump is a liar and a racist and a cheater every sorts of terrible thing. So in advance of this ridiculous testimony that has zero credibility the GOP released an advertisement that just contrasted. Well, Michael Cohen is saying with his past statements now I wanna to tell you about the real Donald Trump. He's really he's a unifier. The words the media Choubey using to describe Mr. Trump are generous. He's going to do everything that he promised. He's gonna bring success and he's going to make America. Great compassionate principled. Donald Trump speaks from the. Heart and pathetic kind. He's going to stay true to who. He is. He's gonna be an amazing president Humboldt on this and genuine Mr. Trump's memory is fantastic. And I've never come across the situation with Mr. Trump has said something, that's that's not accurate. Donald Trump wants to do is make this country. Great again says have fun in prison there at the end just sort of smelling those Michael Cohen, tears that dirty disloyal rat. This is a great ad people are mocking this ad right now because Michael Cohen was the personal lawyer to Donald Trump. They're saying man if this guy is such a dirtbag liar. If he's obviously flipped so significantly. Why did Trump Hiram doesn't show a lot of good judgment? Why do the put him on their board? Make he was deputy finance chairman. Why did they do that this ad actually requires humility and it demonstrates humility on the part of the GOP? It's an ad that admits that Donald Trump hired freight. Oh to play Michael Tom Hagen rather to play the smart put together lawyer ends up hiring this buffoon. It emits that the RNC hired schmuck to be its deputy, finance chairman is worth it. It's worth admitting all of that this is in the old school before Donald Trump before reality TV before social media really took over politics to the degree that they have in the old school..
"michael" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"You're listening to inside of you with Michael Rosenbaum. This week's guest is he'd liked to be called this a bad ass. Rob. Would you call Michael? Rooker. A bad ass. Yeah, he was pretty tough guy. He pulled a knife out at the end of you had a knife on the podcast. He didn't whip it out right away. So much shit happens in this podcast. We learned so much about this guy. I think at first he was a little bit. We we know each other, but he was a little bit like, what's this going to be about? And we went everywhere, and I think I became a little bit of his therapist today as he became mine, that always happens with gas, but you know him as Merle from the Walking Dead yon do from guardians of the galaxy we worked together. I was Martin ex, I'm gonna have to throw that out there or how about Marcus Wexler from TNT's hit TV show Las Vegas that you watch that rob. I'm seeing a little bit of that. You're a liar. We talk about how crazy was as a kid, how he played chicken with a knife in his feet, getting paddle by his teacher in the first grade, knocking himself out. Out with a steel pipe was the only time he's ever knocked out and breaking every vertebra in his neck and his huge threshold for pain inside of you is brought to you by policy genius. What's policy genius, Michael. Well, let me just inform you that September the month that we're in right now. Rob yet it is national life insurance awareness month. Most people aren't even aware that like you had no idea and they have a month for everything. Now we'll heck. Yeah, they do, but I think life insurance is probably one of the most important things don't you. Like Bacchus reminds pretty important while that I'm yes, that's true. I think people's health and insurance is also up there. It's up there. It's below black has. Okay. In fact, most people aren't aware. They need life insurance, rob forty percent of people don't have it, which is kind of sad, isn't it? I don't have life insurance. You really don't. I don't..
"michael" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"Happy national women for trump day we are going to be joined by a wonderful national woman for trump tanna gertz ten as a businesswoman television store the apprentice and senior advisor and spokesman for the trump 2016 and 2020 campaigns tanna led president trump's campaign efforts in iowa which he won despite the state going twice in a row for barack obama we will discuss the campaign staff shakeups and republican chances in the next election then my favorite international women and finally the mail bag michael knows and this is the michael noshow so much to get to today before i offend every every person in the audience we probably thank our sponsor our sponsor skill sheer skill share is wonderful they help us keep the lights on in this place and it's the perfect tool for 2018 for the modern timing for modern people the michael show is brought to you by skill share which is an online learning platform with over eighteen thousand classes in design business technology and more you can take classes in graphic design social media marketing illustration mobile photography you name it they've got it they've been it's not just i mean i know you think of those those are kind of the main in the industry ones but you you there also classes on time management their classes on hypnosis i think there's a lot of glasses reminds us emily interested in this thing not to help my career but just because it seems interesting to me but of course it's twenty 18 and you are no longer going to work at the mill and for do that for forty years and and get a pension that's not how the economy works anymore you need a lot.