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"michael dorn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:50 min | 5 months ago

"michael dorn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Not asking the head to do too much. If it's one goal was basically not achieved in the last cycle, 2% inflation Is it really a good idea to be lobbing on additional mandates? Defending not only fools for and I think the answer to that is no, We need to be very careful, right if we're asking, you know, if if we as a society are saying, right, we have a pressing need to address climate change or disparities between groups. That's going to be a policy that physical, you know that that elected officials with a fiscal policy apparatus. They're goingto have todo address monetary policy. I think you know we're trying to do too much had a mandate after mandate after mandate all the little growth and inflation even let me cut in and darn it just goes on like that. Michael and I were just fired up. Forthis is like Bloomberg on the economy reduction. As well. Paul, sweetie and time. Michael Darda. We're thrilled. Michael Dorn is with us with the Dow Up 114 points. Okay, I have one more G question. And then Sweeney is going to get control of the program. My dart. The Dallas Fed had that symposium for John B. Taylor of Stanford. I'm going to get eight years ago. And it was the rules. Baia Lipsky spoke Everybody Wade in here on rules. The drone. Powell State a new form of rule today. He did, But like I said in the opening, you know his phraseology was a flexible form of average inflation targeting so an inflexible approach would be to shift to a no explicit new miracle target or something like a price level. Target target. Where the Fed was you explicitly committed to make up. Do you know a precise magnitude of undershoot or to reverse and overshoot? And that's not what happened today with the power of speech. All right, Mike, So from a practical perspective, What do you expect to change for the Fed as over the next several quarters, if anything, in terms of how they're viewing the rate structure and the economy Great question, So I think one change is going to be less confidence in these Phillips curve relationships right? We discussed the Fed tightening policy when the labor market got quite tight in the last Few years of the pre previous expansion, and they did that Because these Phillips curve models were more or less saying OK, labor markets tightening, and so there's less capacity out there less you know, less room to run, and so that'll put upward pressure on inflation. It was not anticipated that we would get to 50 year low is in the unemployment rate, with inflation still below the feds target. When I read the policy speech, that's what comes through loud and clear that there is going to be less focus on you know on the tight labor market necessary, necessarily generating, you know, ah lot of pressure, inflation or even meaningful pressure on inflation. Michael another variable chairman, Paul answering questions now. Is they do with the defendant? That's fine. One of the headline questions goes to the heart of the matter is a Walter Heller moment. Any inflation overshoot will be moderate comma, not permanent. Says Who? Michael Gardner? Yeah, that's true. I mean, listen, you know, we could end up fighting the last war here in by trying to make up for lost ground on inflation. It could be that there's an overheating and a rise in inflation down the road, not a near term risk, but down the road. You know, that's more than Fed officials are bargaining for or anticipating. And so that you know that is a risk. It's not a near term risk, but it's a good point that you So, Michael, What do you think is the most? I mean, we've been talking about 2% inflation, but it's been a very long time before since this economy had to deal with that type of inflation level. What do you think would get us to that type of level over some appreciable period of time. And fourth on before, which would be total aggregate demand. So nominal GDP. This is a favorite metric of Tom keen total spending in the economy. It was very moderate in the last cycle, averaging just 4% per annum. So if really growth potentials around to, you're not going to get, you know inflation of much above two and so really, what the Fed would need to do here would be to set a path for aggregate demand. Nominal GDP, Tio Teo to move up in a way to running away relative to growth potential That would get inflation to 2%. Now we're you know, we're a depressed economy because we just got hit with his shock, so aggregate demand is gonna have to run much faster than the growth rate of potential. For a full recovery to take shape. But once that happens, nominal growth will have to be adequate enough to generate at least 2% in inflation. And with growth potential around two, maybe a little below two. That'll be 4% nominal. Let's go to the reality. Michael Darda one final question. You've been wonderful. How urgent is that? The chairman Powell get a stimulus package. From the White House from the Senate from the house. You know, it's a fascinating question, Tom. I mean, we've been telling clients. Basically you've got three variables to account for here on unanticipated fiscal shock and unanticipated monetary shock, and then the evolution of the pandemic itself out of the three. You know, the news on the pandemic has been getting better over the last few weeks. Obviously, the feds do is, you know, doing what they're doing to help?.

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"michael dorn" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:38 min | 8 months ago

"michael dorn" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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"michael dorn" Discussed on Trek Capsule

Trek Capsule

02:35 min | 9 months ago

"michael dorn" Discussed on Trek Capsule

"Bite is a new series here on Scifi talk and the sci-fi Talk Archive podcast and so parenting in apocalypse. It's it's not the same way that we would do. It's either full interviews or a comment or question from past interviews time wise. It's about one to four minutes long on an average. Probably when you when you live long enough all kinds of strange things happen. You're very right in saying that. The Greek heroes. Where the original superheroes in part because of the nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion from the Star Trek first contact ground tables. Michael Dorn talked about how he developed the Klingon. Probably the ultimate Klingon. I think in warf the one of the things that I that I actually did when I got the job was that I vowed to to change the perception Klingons And although we didn't have major discussions about it. Gene Gene allowed me to create The wharf character anyway. I wanted to and so what I did was took We had to do a different voice number one because the voice was to human-like originally although deepest and so I just took it and made it English made him a really eloquent. You know instead of saying we. Can't you know say we cannot you know and and make it very stilted in very very eloquent so And also the same with the fighting sequences originally it was like Ross screaming and the l. a. m. and hitting two hands and you know just really kind of wild up and I and I went to one of the special effects supervisors on our show who was a martial arts expert and I said look you know I wanna change all around. Let's do something that is that as violent but Owns like martial arts? Like in every move is is is choreographed and it is it is every if you make a move your getting prepared for the next move and so it looks real In like like a dance you know accept it can rip your throat out. You know or something. And so. That's that's that was my whole point as to as to Change the KLINGONS. So they weren't just you know these wild guys. I made him a little different Star Trek. The generation is available in a few places to view. And I see it every night on BBC America comments or questions are welcome at Sci Fi talk at AOL dot com for bite. This is Tony Taylor..

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"michael dorn" Discussed on Beam Me Up: A Star Trek Podcast

Beam Me Up: A Star Trek Podcast

09:57 min | 11 months ago

"michael dorn" Discussed on Beam Me Up: A Star Trek Podcast

"It's been awhile since you've seen this episode. Maybe you're not watching along with us. This is the one where warf seeks to defend his family's honor by going to the Klingons who say that his father did bad things and worth goes matt before we get into the details of this episode. I'm curious give us an overall your overall thoughts kind of going into the sins of the father is. It took a couple of turns. I wasn't sure where it was going like. They had a nice introduction to it because they actually made sense from what we've watched before They were completing this exchange program. I remember that okay. Okay but which by the way when we sat down to do these particular order like episodes. Yeah I did not think this one because I didn't play that at all like it. Just it just happened that way so yes well happy coincidence yes in any case. I I it kind of got real in a little bit dark thereafter. It wasn't it wasn't quite the same type of episode. Has the other half of the exchange program so I not what I expected. I guess is the best best way to explain it. All right all right I can say definitely I mean and when I was writing out the recap I I remember sending their thinking like man. This starts Brighton Jerry. And we're just we're just doing the exchange program and IT TURNS OUT WITH WARF- in Dark Chamber and Card in a back alley on Cronos the home world of Cleland's and Yikes so what a what a turn. What an adventure. So well. Before we get into that and we'll we'll go through all the details. Let's stop for a second and do our kind of character actor spotlights to people like to highlight today. The first one is one of our guest actors. Tony Todd who is playing commander? Kern or can't warf's brother. Tony Dot is a very accomplished actor. His page Is about as long as he is. And he's six foot five like it's it's just huge. He has been on almost everything and in many things multiple times. And it's no different than those guys he just is We're GONNA see him several more times over the course of of Star Trek which is why I bring them up because this is one of those places where we go. Hey remember that guy. Yeah he also plays this guy this guy and this guy. We're going to see him as for the trekkies out there Matt. You won't know what I'm talking about here but I for those of you guys out there tracking long. He's going to be is going to come back as a horizon and we're gonNA see him in the great deep space nine episode the visitor and I'm not gonNA say which role he's going to be in there but For those of you guys out there who know what I'm talking about you understand why I'm pointing that particular show episode out and we will certainly be doing it on this show when we get there. He's also been involved in the fan film. The Star Trek the formerly Star Trek. And now not star. Trek anymore. Fan Film accent are and and he's just done several things so Tony Todd playing Commander current for our main Casto. Matt I bet you can't guess who it is. I WANNA point out today Would it be worth it would be wharf yes? Let's talk about war for otherwise known as Michael Dorn Now Michael Dorn did not study to be an actor unlike many of his truck counterparts he was not some Great Shakespearean actor prior to coming to track. That's just an. He studied television and radio. Production as a major in college. Not even acting. He was going to be behind the camera behind the microphone. You know you think about it certainly has a voice for radio you know I it. Just that's that's Michael Dorn. He got his first uncreditworthy role in the movie. Rocky as Apollo creeds bodyguard. Okay so it's just that he had a few other smaller roles throughout the seventies before getting hooked up with an acting coach. Eventually that led him in you know the mid eighties mid to late eighties to be cast as warf and then he was cast as warf again and then he was cast as worth again and he was cast as worth again and that's Brin pretty much his career he has done You know he has done a couple of other things since. Trek has ended by. It's been him as warf or him. As Michael Dorn who played were on star trek or something like that. His career has gone the way of many trek alumni I just can't get out of that track shadow. There's a difference though Matt for Michael Dorn He loves it. He is not opposed. He is not running away from it the way like force Kelley did or they'll shattner or you know any embraced it like I would think that's the way I would be sure if I ever got. Attached to a franchise like Thad somehow made my name with a franchise like that. It's like why not be like if people are going to to eat up the content That you create or you're in because of your connection to this franchise like your set And you're set for life you don't have to do anything else. And and you know I found this quote by Michael. Dorney says if what happened to the first cast is called being typecast than I want to be. Typecast of course jobs after track but look at them. They're making their sixth movie namely someone else in television. Who has made six movies so like I said he's often appeared as himself as as either himself or as warf he's been in it and that's true whether or not it's it's live action. Television shows mostly actually future trek episodes or animation. He's been in the family guy and a couple of other things or even in video games you know any time they come up with Star Trek video game there. He is as worth. Can we borrow your voice again? Exactly and by the way that sixth movie that they were they were filming. He's referencing the undiscovered country. Which you and I watched. And if you remember he actually got a role playing the grandfather of his character and that six movies so you know. I think he's okay with it. You Know Yeah Yeah Now with that Michael. Dorn has a big aviation geek He's a fairly accomplished pilot which I didn't know before. Kind of looking at this for for today's episode But it explains a lot of the comments that I hear him making a lot of his interviews. Okay so it it does get roughly. I just didn't know that this was a piece of it. He's actually owned several jet aircraft. One of them was a lucky star shooter or something to which he calls that his starship. You know so okay. Whatever and in He's flown with the Blue Angels. He's flown with the thunderbirds. So that's that's Kinda his. I guess his thing. I mentioned that sense Trek has ended. He's been seen in lots of different. You know he's. He's had several roles on TV live. Tv like a guest actor here and there voiceover with lots and lots of lots of different animated series. One I will point out like I have before lie. So many of his fellow T. and G. Caskey was one of the voices in Gargoyles animated series But I will always remember him outside of track as Sandman from the Santa Claus. Movies Yeah that's a deep cut. Think about it remember. I saw him in the second one where they have like. The Council of Fairytale creatures or whatever council of mythical creatures? And there's a tooth fairy and I'm Joshua's equals this year. Yeah because I recall that I've seen that and Michael Michael Jordan played Sandman off to back the hunt the very very sleepy very sleepy Sandman now with that just because his turn on trek is ended right. I gotTa tell you it does not mean that. He's done with the character because he does see instance two thousand twelve. He has been promoting the idea and he has continued to lobby for and pushed the idea of a star Trek captain war series. He he's been pushing. Hold your breath for that one to come to fruition. Though you never know the way they're going it's you know they're they're going to need more ideas soon. Go there you go. They're pumping them out right now. Is We're recording this so our matt. Well this is the part of the show where I'm going to turn the rest of it over to you because that's our that's our main character. Spotlight I walk through the scenes but I mean like I say this is really all about you and how you experienced the episode as we went along so please give us all your commentary. Stopped me wherever you like. Take us through this episode. Wherever you saw what stood out to you any questions. Maybe you had along the way sins of the father here. We go prologue. Hey remember last season when commander. Reiger was the first officer on board a Klingon ship. Well now it's time to return the favor. A KLINGON is going to be the first officer of the enterprise for a little while. This should be interesting. Kern commander rank Klingon Defense Force beams aboard and he's ready to get to work no Reicher. He doesn't want to see his quarters. I what he really wants is for you to get out of the way on the bridge current strutting around laying down the law when he briefly stops next to wharf. Hey look at that. Have the same heterogenous. How neat gives acting instant Wesley? Crusher a little dressing down and then assumes his chair well rikers chair and he gives the order for their next destination execute. Wesley Snipes back. Dude we engage here. I guess said this should be interesting. Yeah so it was an interesting setup by cassette earlier just finishing the exchange program. So got something going for it right off the bat but it actually didn't more. I think didn't really play out the way I thought it was going to cause he. He made a comment early on. It's like are you willing like I've done. I've done my homework I studied. Are you willing to do everything? Strictly by the book like Kern was basically asking.

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"michael dorn" Discussed on Beam Me Up: A Star Trek Podcast

Beam Me Up: A Star Trek Podcast

02:38 min | 11 months ago

"michael dorn" Discussed on Beam Me Up: A Star Trek Podcast

"Bud <Speech_Male> if it weren't <Speech_Male> for that aspect <Speech_Male> of this show <Speech_Music_Male> I totally <Speech_Male> say <Speech_Male> him transferring. <Speech_Male> The memories <Speech_Male> is going to be <Speech_Music_Male> a problem going <Speech_Male> forward <Speech_Male> if this was the middle of the <Speech_Male> episode of the beginning of <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Male> a data <Speech_Male> transfers. Someone else's <Speech_Music_Male> memories to himself or <Speech_Music_Male> like that's <Speech_Male> going to be the <Speech_Male> the main <SpeakerChange> issue in <Speech_Male> the episode <Speech_Male> so pardon <Speech_Male> Me Mount. 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Brandon <Speech_Male> is quoted by several <Speech_Male> people in the production <Speech_Male> as either being their <Speech_Male> favourite or <Speech_Male> among their favorites. <Speech_Male> Like it's a named <Speech_Male> favorite <Speech_Male> That a lot of people <Speech_Male> Michael Dorn <Speech_Male> who plays Warf says is <Speech_Male> one of his favorite John <Speech_Male> Breaks says. <Speech_Male> This was his favorite episode. <Speech_Male> He ever directed then <Speech_Male> again. It was also his first <Speech_Male> episode. <Speech_Male> Verena also talks <Speech_Male> about this being his favorite <Speech_Male> episode and <Speech_Male> it was also his first <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> pillar pillar <Speech_Male> says he actually liked this <Speech_Male> episode better than he did <Speech_Male> yesterday's enterprise <Speech_Male> so and there's a <Speech_Male> there's a story about. I guess <Speech_Male> like remember. They <Speech_Male> did yesterday's enterprise <Speech_Male> like sweeps week. <Speech_Male> But <Speech_Male> Michael Piller <Speech_Male> Pushed this <Speech_Male> episode to be the one <Speech_Male> that like aired <Speech_Male> in reruns around <Speech_Male> sweeps week <Speech_Male> saying more people need <Speech_Male> to see this episode <Speech_Male> so sure <Speech_Male> but anyway I put <Speech_Male> the question to you. <Speech_Male> Did you like this episode? <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> Would you watch <Speech_Male> it again? <Speech_Male> I would say I enjoyed <Speech_Male> it my first time <Speech_Male> through. <Speech_Male> I don't think it's <Speech_Male> on my list <Speech_Male> of immediately watches <Speech_Music_Male> but <Speech_Male> I wouldn't <Speech_Male> turn it off and <Speech_Male> You understood <Speech_Male> why this to <Speech_Male> be one of our <SpeakerChange> choices <Speech_Music_Male> that we chose your <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> fantastic. <Speech_Male> All Right Matt <Speech_Male> Well with <Speech_Male> that. I guess we're <Speech_Male> kind of bring it up here to <Speech_Male> the end. <Speech_Male> Would you care to <Speech_Male> know what our next episode <Speech_Male> is going to be <Speech_Male> a good no <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> all right? <Speech_Male> Well that next <Speech_Male> episode <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> yesterday's enterprise. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> We did the very next <Speech_Male> episode as <Speech_Male> this <Speech_Male> one. We're <Speech_Music_Male> GONNA do the very next episode <Speech_Music_Male> Matt. Sins <Speech_Music_Male> of the father <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> So no extra <Speech_Music_Male> viewing this week because <Speech_Music_Male> of that. Sins <Speech_Music_Male> of the father <Speech_Music_Male> off Matt's <Speech_Music_Male> Thanks for a great <Speech_Music_Male> episode. Listen <Speech_Male> folks out there. Just <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> remind you if you want to contact <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> the show head over to beat <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> me up pod. All <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> of our contact information <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> is <Speech_Music_Male> over there. <Speech_Male> Lots and lots and lots <Speech_Music_Male> of different ways. You can connect <Speech_Music_Male> with us all the details <Speech_Music_Male> there matt. <Speech_Music_Male> Thanks for <Speech_Male> joining for this episode <Speech_Male> man. I can't wait till the next <Speech_Male> one. I think you're GONNA like <Speech_Music_Male> this next one because it's got <Speech_Music_Male> a lot of <Speech_Music_Male> Star <Speech_Music_Male> Trek history involved <Speech_Music_Male> so <Speech_Music_Male> until next time. <Speech_Music_Male> Guys <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> live long and prosper. <Music>

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"michael dorn" Discussed on The Fandom Podcast

The Fandom Podcast

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"michael dorn" Discussed on The Fandom Podcast

"That makes sense on why characters acting this way but you don't really need to know that picard had this big law thing and and lawsuit or whatever you wanna call it where he sued or you know went to court so that he could make data sentient or at least giving them the rights not make him legally to give lee right legally legally considered a life form is really what it was you know and so and so with star star trek especially these first ones you can you can pick and choose you can be like well. This is a topic that i would like more than oh. The romulus are attacking because there are are those episodes as well. I mean there's some very politically intriguing like you know yeah well and i'm assuming that just wants to build up a <hes> like a relationship. I guess with the characters that you care enough to follow them on different stories that maybe are less interesting. You know what it is thought of. I don't think warf was even in. This was in there for a couple of shots. Michael dorn actually said that this was his favorite at one point said that this was his favorite episode issue. He's also claimed another one but they were both directed by by right same person this <hes> experience. He's he's a great director now. He directs a lot. I mean he's more of a director now than he is an actor so brandon. What's what's your what's your advice as far as like watching or starting out at a certain point or series or season because there's different iterations. I would just why i mean you lie. If you like if you like this when i would start with this but just remember the first season is kind of i would definitely start with <hes> starch star trek the next generation because they have more of these one offs that you can kinda jump around from and <hes> then i would honestly i would probably knowing the things that you're interested in. I would go to star trek deep space nine <hes> because it deals with more of those and then if you wanna get into hey i wanna talk about like i want to examine human morality and what makes us what makes our actions correct star trek voyager a has a lot about morality in there. I honestly think so. I mean star trek but those are the good those are the those are the choice three or four want something living with modern production value. I think you would really like star trek. Star trek discovery discovery deals a lot with the mirror universe and star trek has always been a lens into the current human political landscape essentially and the the writer said we had no way we couldn't figure out how to do this without going into the mirror universe where everyone is like basically taking what we have and blowing blowing it up to a thousand percent so that you can see where the end result of if we stay on this chorus this is what's going to happen and the writers have mary universe where everyone's through unselfish and were a a warring hateful race race of humans and so that was really interesting and then and then season two very much went into and season to season to season one tried to go for the long arc but they made a little too long like if they would have cut out a couple of episodes they could have made it a really tight story but as it was people figured out what was going on from from the beginning so but i really think that you would like the card the new the new one that we just got a trailer for that. We haven't watched it all but just because just because of the things that you said that you liked in star trek the next generation. I really feel like doubts. Bats picard is what made the next generation the next generation <hes> and so the card is when he gets his show. It's going to be that plus..

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"michael dorn" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"michael dorn" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"But we begin with the latest pass around Iran so before we get to the actual latest on attention with Ron there's a really great piece by Michael Dorn who's a senior fellow at Hudson institute and he goes through what exactly a Ron is trying to do here and it's it's necessary to understand what Ron is trying to do and what the United States is trying to accomplish to determine what the strategy should be with regard to a run now listen the backdrop here is that nobody really knows in foreign policy it's not it's not a machine nobody knows in foreign policy what can happen given any circumstance foreign policy is simply too unpredictable there are however tried and true strategies when it comes to things like deterrent if you're trying to deter somebody's action they have to know that you are committed to taking a very harsh that should they violate a line rate is why president Obama violating his own redlining Syria was so devastating it's one of the reasons why a lot of a lot of America's enemies got more ambitious and more aggressive in the face of a president Obama in other words the the talk softly and carry a big stick methodology of teddy Roosevelt isn't just a nice phrase is also a very good strategy that when you carry the stick people should know that you're carrying the stick well string is not good bluffing is not good if you're gonna drop redlined actually has to be a red line and if you're not gonna drop one redline then don't draw a red line be very clear about where your line talk to the people know that if they cross them you're gonna smack them and that is sort of the predicate to this discussion we have to know what exactly the policy is and the policy has to be backed by an actual grand strategy it can't just be haphazard it can't be you're frustrated to throw missile somewhere the Clintonian policy of an embassy gets bombs in Kenya or Tanzania and we talked and missile and a drug factory in in Sudan you can't actually do that right that that that doesn't events any sort of fear on the part of your enemies or the belief in consistency foreign policy is a lot more like parenting when the and it stays involved then it is like I'd bargain between mutual friends there is no community of nations when it comes to the international community there's no community the international community is a dog eat dog space and that means that the most powerful hand with hand in America a in in international politics has to be very predictable and very solid he wants to know what they're going to do before they do it especially if they're gonna take a strong policy okay so what exactly does run one because right now Iran has been engaged in aggressive the antics for the past several months well Michael door NSA says is a really good piece over and mosaic it's called what Ron is really up to you they say he said in April twenty fifteen the joint comprehensive plan of action the J. C. P. LA as the Iran nuclear deal signed by president Obama a garbage deal was still be formalized Republicans preparing to run for president in the following year we're already denouncing it at a public forum in New York City the Washington post columnist David Ignatius astra moderate the Iranian foreign minister whether he worried that one of these Republicans if elected might overturn the deal the reef answered confidently any successor to Barack Obama would be constrained by international law I Marika's commitments formal and informal to allies and partners and I all the norms that governs relations among nations today he said I believe the United States will risk isolating itself in the world if there's an agreement and it decides to break it the result of any such action he predicted would be chaos siris comments as Doran prefigured the strategy that Iran's supreme leader Ali Khamenei is following today in his brinksmanship with with president trump playing on the fear especially prevalent among European elites in American Democrats that trump is precisely an agent of chaos Khamenei has taken a leave from the book of Chinese leader xi Jinping when twenty seventeen appeared at the World Economic Forum as the representative of enlightened globalism we should hear to multilateralism slim hold the authority and efficacy of multilateral institutions she declared we should honor promises and abide by rules the court struck by she were still resonating in the halls of the G. twenty summit in Wales Harris last December when the assembled leaders adopted a joint communique communique affirming their commitments to a rules based international order this is shorthand for slapping from presumably how many intends to leverage the fears that hot Europeans I raising the specter of war and simultaneously offering a cooperative multilateral way to exercise it namely returning America to the Iran nuclear deal his goal is to place president trump's Nancy ation of the Iran nuclear deal on the official agenda of this week's G. twenty summit which begins Saturday June twenty ninth and thirtieth in the hope that it will win a place on the short list from major sins against the rules based international order right up there with the American president's economic protectionism and is this a valid the Paris climate accord so basically what how many wants is to get the Europeans to pressure president trump into re signing the Iran nuclear deal why because the Iran nuclear deal allows run to build nuclear weapons all explain in just a second but first let's talk about medical innovation America is well known for being the center of medical innovation on planet earth there's a reason for that because free markets generate innovation well if you are looking to solve problems like heart disease Alzheimer's cancer you know problems that are killing enormous numbers Americans you need medical innovation but if government officials like secretary allergies are have their way that could all change having the government mess with people's health care could say US medical innovation back decades leaving countless Americans in rough shape while waiting for treatments that might not be discovered we shouldn't let that happen please go to stop price controls dot com tell secretary easier to fix patients not prices before countless Americans.

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"michael dorn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"michael dorn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Risks, taken by the tax payers, and so the politicians made decisions, they're not even immediately responsible accountable. One of the key lesson is of this project, more private enterprise should be able to also bear more risks. And the organizational problems worsened when in an attempt to cut costs, the construction projects delivery was divided up between lots of smaller contractors multi-race is a former Berlin city politician, who later headed extensive inquiry into what went wrong at this crucial early stage. They decided to give more than thirty thirty to forty contracts to small companies, which they then could they thought could pressure into give them lower prices than rule divide and rule and have the burn book airport company manage the whole thing, which it was not fit to do instead of having a management company dealing with one construction company. You've got forty or more smaller entities. They bird a very complex controlling system, which did work, everything. We know now at one point in this project was written down by experts within the project and. Nobody listened. They didn't listen to those pointing out the problems, partly because they were too busy suggesting changes to the plans even after construction had started. The check in area, does this, where giving me a rare tour of the new, but still open airport, Michael Dorn explains. Just how much the original plans were altered knowing that we are growing much faster than any other airport. We ended different level. We actually performers. You said we doubled the capacity of the terminal in the building after construction began the construction begin, so the original systems will not planned for that extra capacity. Was that some of the difficulty than interfered with the original plan? Exactly. So let's just be clear. What he's saying whole new sections were out here to the original design construction challenge in itself..

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"michael dorn" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"michael dorn" Discussed on KOMO

"Just two weeks. Previously, the board had heard. Presentation from Michael Dorn, the firebrand head of nonprofit school safety organization safe havens. What do our schools in what we say about safety to keep these type of situations? From happening. Spokesman review reports Dorn told the board he doesn't know of another district the size of Spokane without what he calls armed preventive patrol coverage. The board table, the issue after critics expressed concern over the risk to children when any gun is placed inside a school Corwin Hake. Komo news twenty year old Monroe Monroe man sentenced to a year in jail after he threatened to kill dozens of Jews at attack a school. The Everett herald reports Dakota Reid pleaded guilty in may two counts of threats to bomb, or injure property, and for posting violent speech on fake Facebook pages. Stomas county, prosecutors say read never named a particular person, or place, he would target, but he made repeated references to shooting up a synagogue near twenty twenty five and that he planned to shoot up a school straight ahead. They lost their newborn baby but turned grief to action. Carleen johnson. The change in Seattle's paid leave law that resulted thirty four AAA traffic update time care, Jordan. What's going on? We don't have any blocking crashes or stalls that are being reported. But I see that roadworks doing a number on our drive in Auburn. This is going to be on east Benny teen in. It is a very slow go from the valley freeway to about 'em street at this point. And then, that's where you'll be breaking free on our other roadways. Northbound one six seven working with some scattered slowing in Sumner. I see brake lights northbound four zero five between Talbot and forty four th and then we're also busy around Factoria, the southbound I five drive. That's mostly cleared out. Same goes for southbound four or five though it is a little bit slow around forty fourth north and I five is still busy from the Michigan curve towards Seneca, and east by twenty with some crowding as you're coming off of I five this. Traffic is sponsored by to Lilith resort casino. This cover the unrivaled gaming power of one, the only gaming cartoon need. Find all the details at Tulalip resort casino dot com are Nexico traffic at ten forty four. And here's their forecast, cloudy skies for your Wednesday showers out there possible this afternoon. This morning should be dry tomorrow. Mostly cloudy skies, if not plano,.

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"michael dorn" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"michael dorn" Discussed on KOMO

"Do know from looking at the reports the long term forecast that it's a kind of impact, it's going to be into the billions of dollars in decades down the road even if it's not already there now it definitely is forecasting easily into the millions to billions of dollars in the decades come clean air agency says the reason we're seeing more smoke is because more fires burning and our climate is. Changing scene shifts in our weather patterns during summer months. Specifically a change in wind patterns and experts say it's pattern, that's likely here to stay and will impact tourism and how we recreate here in Washington care costs, KOMO news brush fire broke out last night along interstate five south of downtown Seattle at a homeless camp. The smoke could be seen billowing from the trees along. I five near Holgate street, because the hillside was so steep, firefighters had trouble accessing the flames, but they got to them part of the freeway was blocked off for a while because of the fire response. But everything's back to normal this morning. The scoreboard in Washington second largest city, we'll take no action on a controversial call to arm its on campus resource officers. We get more from komo's Corwin Hake. The board decided to leave the question on the table until after the next school board elections. The issue is whether police officers serving in school buildings should carry guns in an effort to prevent a school shooting just two weeks. Previously. The board had heard a presentation from Michael Dorn, the firebrand head of. Nonprofit school safety organization safe havens. What do our schools? And what do we say about safety to keep these type of situations? From happening. Spokesman review reports Dorn told the board he doesn't know of another district the size of Spokane.

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"michael dorn" Discussed on Bunny Ears

Bunny Ears

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"michael dorn" Discussed on Bunny Ears

"I know it really is bizarre swatch star Star Trek and like with the left laughter. Get right, so bizarre. That's terrible left with terrible jokes as well. And I wanna point out, by the way, they chose Warf the character Warf to go the pretty much besides the most humorless character exactly with data. I could I could get it. I get behind because he'd like he wants to learn more terrible. But it'd be of course, it'd be terrible. Did you notice that Warf sits in data's spot idea? Kidding me at you mean? Yeah, I know where he's sitting. He's the security officer. So so yet, so would you recommend this episode of Webster to anybody? I feel like people who are listening. I'm going gonna have to watch it now. So they can enjoy it just we had Ivan fast forward through some of the. Throughout the euro. Yes. Although Biro my God. It was just listen. I mean, I recommended it. And I was like Jesus Christ. What did I get myself into? You know, what's even more mazing? They're doing a series finale a series finale, and the mom and dad do not come in for any new footage. I think I think it was an accidental. Finale. Okay. Now, this is not planning on this. This was kind of just their funding got cut, and they were like, dammit you guys at cancelled. And you have you guys have thirty minutes. Looking at my watch. You got twenty minutes. Go twenty minutes hash. Where's Michael Dorn? Let's put some prosthetics on his they went out onto the studio lot. They were like famous star. Michael are you shooting Star Trek? I would. I would love to go to the cafeteria and find Michael door, but Michael during still wearing his Klingon makeup. He's eating a hamburger with this shit on his forehead. I think that would be sure you don't want Patrick Stewart. He's right over there. Yeah. He's not really you're closer. He's got there. Over here you closer to the door. Or they're doing like odds and evens to see who has to do it with the rest of that. Yeah. That was that was pretty awful. That's okay. I'm so glad I did that for you. Normally, I don't complain about losing fifteen minutes of my life. That was an fifteen minutes because MAC did thankfully fast alive the marathon. I mean this literally apart with booking marathon. And in this episode. It's a flashback, but still we don't have to watch the whole marathon. Cool. Cool. All right, cool. Yeah. Okay. We have to call our lawyer again. To it is..

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"michael dorn" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin

#WhoWouldWin

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"michael dorn" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin

"Well, crystal ca PLA is a clean on warcry for battle when klingons or going into battle with one another they'll say PLA t each other and a battle. I mentioned in my previous point that in Klingon culture battle is everything to cling on and Warf is happiest when he's fighting. He's very serious guy. James mentioned the kingpin is six foot seven Warf is about six five six six. So they see almost Ida. I he's six three the actor that plays him is six four the I know he's is I'm six three the actor plays him six two. And I think they listed. I remember seeing six three. But you know, I'm just that weird. I've seen. All right. Well, I think his show heights is a little supposed to be a little taller. They get basketball players to play Klingon on actors in the background. I think Wilt Chamberlain played one one time of non next generation, but cling all right, so klingons and humans the biggest difference. I see. Between these two between kingpin and Warf is that Fisk would prefer to work through the shadows and manipulate events through his pawns like he is a great fighter. He keeps his body and skills sharp, but that's not his preferred to solution to solving a problem. And that's for the reasons that James gave which are very reasonable. You know that he is the head of this major criminal empire. He can't afford to have his DNA showing up on random thug number three. When he gets sent to the morgue. You're not going to go down for that. If you're the kingpin, you pay people to do that for you kingpin is a chess master, but Warf is more likely to flip the board over and stab you in the throat during chess game. So as a Starfleet officer, a Warf is armed with his phaser. And that is the distance weapon. And he received special permission to carry the MEK left at all times as well. That was during the DS nine era, which by the way, the back story on the Mechlin. It's it looks like half of a bat left. Michael Dorn requested that the bat left be replaced with a smaller weapon that would be easier for carrying and shooting for the long shooting and fight scene days. So that was how the MEK left came to exist behind the scenes Warf is really quick to go for a kill..

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"michael dorn" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin

#WhoWouldWin

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"michael dorn" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin

"Find the official would when shirt on Amazon by Taibbi hashtag who would win. Jay, please. Give us details on war. Name commander Warf the son of mode. First appearing in Star Trek. The next generation episode one encounter at four point leader of the technical and officer on the enterprise under John Luc Picard and later commander of the defiant at deep space nine he is the first Klingon Starfleet and the most influential cling on of his time general abilities as a Klingon warp has enhanced strength speed and stamina compared to human beings Warf is unique in the Star Trek universe as he has full Starfleet training. And full Klingon warrior training Warf is adept at the Klingon martial arts style of Moqtada and taught the class on the enterprise from beginner to advanced levels in combat Warf is a debt with the Klingon bet left and one the cling on bat left terminent on forecasts. Three war prefers the use of the MEK lip a smaller cling on blade resembling, a two pronged dagger as his primary weapon for hand to hand combat which Starfleet has given him special permission to carry Warf was known as a famed Klingon warrior with songs about his exploits and glories in battle while he was still living. And an interesting fact Warf was played by veteran actor Michael Dorn due to his appearances in Star Trek the next generation Star Trek deep space, nine four Star Trek movies and significant gametime in Star Trek armada. The character war holds the record for most appearances in all of Star Trek. Very cool. Very cool. Wasn't there? Also a rumor about Warf getting his own show like as a captain of a starship Warf was originally supposed to play a character on Voyager when the Bolanos Torres. Character was written. They wrote Michael Dorn out of the show and put him on deep space nine beginning in season four, I don't know of plans for worth to have gotten his own command or his own show. But I would have really enjoyed that. Because his episodes and the Klingon episodes in general are my favorite things and Star Trek. They are that good. Yeah. I agree with that. I definitely agree with that. All right. Well done. Jay. Here are the details for the kingpin. Now the Kingston otherwise known as Wilson. Fisk was created by Stanley and John senior and first appeared in the amazing Spiderman number fifty way back in July.

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"michael dorn" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"michael dorn" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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"michael dorn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"michael dorn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I mean that that's an actor's observation is it true that you said at one point you would never do television in having made one of the most famous television shows and i said very clearly that i would never do television at that time i you know before saint elsewhere i won't be too insulting but you know it just it was a different kind of storytelling and i really thought i would have a career justin theater in and if i was lucky in films and the very first thing i ever did i started in a movie called inside moves never been on television or in front of the camera at all star one of the first you know the first thing i did so i thought i'd be you know be able to skip television and that i was not able to get work after that and then i wound up to ten years of television and i did some fantastic things like saint elsewhere and i kind of learned my lesson you know there's there's great things and all six i think those days abs like the the the assumption by film people listening to snobbery was the television by definition was bad and i never bought into i not paying f it does good televisions bad television you know an increasing the yeah today it's gone the other way good stuff in in in in in television than the underwriters on the three well you know i i know a number of people who would not forgive me if i did not ask you about the fact that you know you have your claim to one of your media claims to fame is having appeared on moore star trek's than i think anybody else michael way michael dorn yeah no it's really people think people actually i did total like six eight years i'm just recording on next generation he because he was associated with that show people that comes in that show for the duration right which i was it was only about a year and a half and then i went over to teach facetime when it started and that was a seven year run on defense dine so yeah it's it's but but i mean a good show and well written for the most part.

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"michael dorn" Discussed on The Editors

The Editors

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"michael dorn" Discussed on The Editors

"Includes the reaction to it and the fact that that really it is the the more iranianbacked you know palestinian groups that are reacting violently to this you know if you look over on on the west bank things are quiet on the on the kind of different foreign policy traditions that are active here i think michael dorn had this great essay in first things he gave a speech where he talked about sort of a populist evangelical tradition of foreign policy versus a mainstream protestant traditional foreign policy which is what i was referring to and said the state department has this kind of strong arab is streak it's almost like an part of reflects the ecumenical gestures of mainstream protestants in twentieth century america they're trying to reach out beyond religions and create a human rights like paradise across earth and then there's this other tradition which is evangelical and democratic and zionist and it's volcanically zionist when it's put under pressure and and buchanan in a way stands outside of both of those he's a catholic and realist he was a huge supporter of the airlift and israel during the cold war when it was a cold war ally and then since then he's retreated to you know something else where he's you know wants to protect arab christians wants to change the balance of interest there but i think trump is in line with this with this populist democratic tradition and you know it's a major step forward for that tradition to to get this recognition for jerusalem and that is i think going to be the the republican foreign policy tradition that controls going forward through this administration ryan as their salon might triangulating.

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"michael dorn" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"michael dorn" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"Wow and i covered a strange easter egg remember i also watched that street fighter animated series yeah well something happened in this wing commander series that made me get online to figure out what the hell's going on because michael dorn appeared in one of the of wing commander their voiced a weird space viking and i remembered from streetfighter michael dorn voicing a weird space viking yeah it's heard out and nobody's quite sure what happened there was a us a network action cartoon block it consisted of street fighter mortal combat wing commander so three cartoons based on video games than savage dragon one of these things is not like the other all four cartoons were done by different animation studios all four properties were owned by different entities but usa somehow got to do a stealth crossover and they never publicized it possibly because the parent companies might get mad or something but they got michael dorn to play this space viking it all four series in a weird crossover that follows the space viking story than have him sign all your copies wing commander well it's only the animated series but that was the strangest episode of the series did i find the right screen shot here did he kind of looked like the were meets he man yes much look like he man it's a strange one but yeah the series it's better than what we're gonna talk about okay so my question my first of many is there's a whole thalji that's built up over seven games as they're approaching to make it into a movie and rather than start over and tell the story again they're just going to create a new chapter to that that there's already in order to understand this movie you need to have watched a cartoon read one hundred books and played all the video games no this is a reboot okay this is basically redoing wing commander one where at the very beginning of wing commander one year this new pilot on the tiger's claw cruiser and you go out and fight missions and later on the pilot you have played is revealed to be.

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