15 Burst results for "Michael Slack"

"michael slack" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"michael slack" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Nineteen thirties of plenty of what an economist Michael slack specter possibly in this case that's what most people would call a lot of unemployment. specter possibly could be used to expand arms production but Germany was a workshop economy imports food animal materials and under normal circumstances it with the internet so living in the world by selling those as exports and then in hard currency and the entire global financial system is collapsed during the Great Depression by the mid to late nineteen thirties Germany is facing a different set of issues yes unemployment is down but as the arms industry grows it's competing for resources with the rest of German industry as you stimulate the economy take Germany back to full employment shift its workers and its factories towards armaments production away from exports symbol Taney Asli increasing or the Montreal materials and foods as people become better off than that put back to work household demand for consumer goods goes up so on both the export ban the import side the **** economies operating on the shoe string ready throughout its entire history. defense spending when from less than one percent of national income to more than ten percent in the first two years of the regime alone sure making more tanks and planes is rebuilding German military power but it's taking away resources from Germany's export industries. and with that exporting to earn hard currency overseas Germany struggles to buy the imported needs to keep the rest of its economy on track. if the country should have resources standard economic description is to trade more engaging mutually beneficial exchange but that was not the **** answer indeed for Hitler the whole question of resources was tied up with questions around national identity and the place of Germans in the world..

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"michael slack" Discussed on Conversations with KidsPeace

Conversations with KidsPeace

06:59 min | 2 years ago

"michael slack" Discussed on Conversations with KidsPeace

"And and we'll make more investments in that area. And it it's almost that the organization having a a commitment and really a part of their DNA about if all Ving is what's important not necessarily that. You know, you look in a crystal ball and say, I know and five years in the neat acts. It's more of things are going to change. We have to be the organization that evolves. Absolutely. I think that that's a coronary business. And I think it's it's one that you know, kids piece should be proud of that we are continuing to to evolve. The kids piece that we have today is not the kids piece that I came to nineteen eighteen years ago. Some people may want us to go back in time there certain aspects of what we did years ago that we want to preserve and some cases maybe we can't preserve because our clients change the setting that we treat them in changes. But I think we adapt to that. We take advantage of the opportunities that are put before us with the focus on our mission in our mission, you know, to give hope help and healing to children adults, and those who love them is certainly one that can evolve over time, but it still meaningful over time. And so I think that's our core. That's the DNA, right? Before we let you go. I've got ask you this. I understand you. You have a great love for music. So, you know, what do you like to listen to how how does that? How did that come about? And what what do you do with that? Yes. So I do have a love for music, and I've always had an appreciation for musicians. I tried to be one. When I was a kid and quickly learned that I didn't either have the patience or the talent to to play anything that anybody wanted to listen to. But you know, I think people. You talk about your senses. Some people are foodies, and they really can taste every flavor and a meal, and you know, that's not me. I gobble down whatever's in front of me. But when I think about my life, and the experiences, I've had and the people that I've experienced those experiences with in my mind. It's generally connected to music, you know, I can hear song, and it'll take me back to sixth grade. And maybe something I shouldn't have been doing or something that I should've and was good or bad. So it's good and bad experiences. But music is kind of how I connect to them. Whether it's the lyrics or the feeling from the music, so I like all types of different music. I listened to all types of different music for those who are seeing this that live in the Lehigh valley. I listened to W X P N radio. I love that station because it's so varied. Yeah. Yes. And so. You know bands. I like like I love Pink Floyd growing up. I wasn't really a heavy metal guy. But you know, what I've grown to like some heavy metal music. I've been to a couple of is born concerts. And and I I like I like his music I like you to rush. So I really do have an appreciation for all types of music. And you know, I've started to work that into some of our senior leadership meetings, and I start start meetings off trying to find a song that connects something that we're going to talk to at least in my mind. Maybe not everybody would appreciate it the same way. But you know, my feeling is works important, and we have serious work, but we need to have a little bit of fun to if I can bring a little music to make that be a little bit more fun than that's that's my role. Awesome. Well, as you know, we ask each of our guests to provide end up by providing a life hack now to explain again a life hack. We're talking about things a lot of folks say it's a it's a piece of. Vice that they were given or a saying they lived on some of them say it's a tip to do something better. You know, how to cook a certain thing a different way that sort of thing. So, and maybe it's just that thing that sort of when they have a bad day get you through it, so Mike, what's your life hack? So I'm gonna give you two and well, so the first I think is really the core to what I talked about with our mission, which is a only a life lived for others is a life, limped worthwhile. And and I think that's very true and also all aspects of life, the other one that I would share is one that I have spent a lot of time talking to my kids about which is fortune favors the brave, and I think that's important for people as well as organizations in and when I say brave, it's it, you know, brave can be a lot of different things as well. As fortunate. I'm not necessarily. Saying if you wanna make a lot of money, you have to be brave, but if you want to evolve you talked about the desire for organizations, and for people to continually Volve, I think that's extremely important in that doesn't happen without some level of bravery. You have to put yourself out there you have to be willing to take risks. And I'm not suggesting that I or kids piece take large risks, but we need to take smart risks and keep improving, and that means that we may fail failures part of life. And and it's a healthy part of life. If we learned from it, and it's not such a failure that it has to traumatic an impact, but I really believe fortune favors the brave is an important thing for me in my life. Something I want my kids to embrace. So that's my life hack. Nice. Well done. Michael slack is. Interim president CEO of kids piece. Mike, thank you for joining us. We would love to have you back. To talk more at in another time. If you're willing to do that, I would have slightly love it. And I appreciate the opportunity. All righty. Just a quick note. Folks, we love hearing from you too. If you had not from you to the band out there, if you have a comment or question or a idea for a future podcast, just go to our website and click on the contact us tab at the top of the page, and let us know your thoughts. Also, if you like what you hear here, we would like to say that your friends may likely like it as well. So be sure to tell them to subscribe to our podcast on itunes. You can see, of course on YouTube or you can do. So at the kids peace website, the conversations with kids piece podcast is produced by Robbie Allred. I'm Bob Martin, thanks for joining us. We look forward to having you. Join us again for more conversations with kids take care if you have comments questions or suggestions about our conversations podcasts, we'd love to hear from you. Go to WWW dot kids piece dot org. To learn more about the series and share your thoughts.

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"michael slack" Discussed on Conversations with KidsPeace

Conversations with KidsPeace

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"michael slack" Discussed on Conversations with KidsPeace

"With our payers, so we know that in many cases are payers have a much longer period of time of data on how our clients are doing because they may leave us access other services that we're not privy to. But if the payer is still connected to them. They're still paying for their services. They have some of that information. Those partnerships have been slow to. Vella p- where we have that data exchange in you know, you've heard a lot about that in the Affordable Care Act and trying to create mechanisms where provider share information across a broader spectrum of care and time. So I think that's evolving, and it's something that kids piece I will be involved with just the sheer nature of our electronic health record -implementation which were undergoing now across the organization knock on wood. That's going to get concluded by the end of this year. We'll have much greater timely access to data and information that can be shared with others. But can also be used by us to help improve our outcomes. So that's a big thing. I think that we're going on. That's I think part of the answer is my next question is you know, as leader in the field. How do you see this field at mental health changing say in the next decade? Yeah. So I think the tracking of outcomes the sharing of data will will grow. And I'm hopeful it will it hasn't moved. I think quite as quickly as anyone would like. But I think there is momentum behind doing that in really in. That regard what I'm talking about is really looking at the importance of mental health in the overall health of individuals because what we know is that most of the dollar spent in healthcare are spent on individuals who suffer from both mental health and physical health issues. They contribute to one another and not in a positive way. So I think you're going to see organizations like kids peace partner with our physical health counterparts to really start to manage those at risk clients share information and work in tandem with the physical health and the mental health. Opponents. I think kids piece has a large role in the future of helping the health networks that we are sharing communities with to help them manage the mental health piece so that they can control health health care spending in general for these at risk groups. So I I look I look forward to that. I think technology in general, you know, it impacts most every business that we that we deal with in life. I think mental health and behavioral health providers won't be immune to that. I think in some ways we're we're slow to the game predominantly because of the economics of it. Generally investing in technology is very expensive and most mental health providers. Don't have access to funds to make those investments, but and the and the the mental health the providing of services is is. I guess seeing much more of a human on human type of thing. So it's not like another business where it's like, well, it's really exchanging the data, and that's how you're going to do it. You're really talking about a human being needs to intersect with that other human being who's in need an idea what's going on? And I think that human part is important. And I think the question is as we talk about shrinking labor pool. How do you best leverage the skills that human being brings? So there are technologies that can help you track. Some of the more wrote responsibilities that we have in monitoring our clients and sharing their safety there things like that that we could use technology to enhance so that the people can work on the relationships can work on the treatment. And so I don't pretend to know exactly how that evolve. And I'm not suggesting we're going to have robots running around kids piece. But I think that that that we will. See that evolve over time, and

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"michael slack" Discussed on Conversations with KidsPeace

Conversations with KidsPeace

12:27 min | 2 years ago

"michael slack" Discussed on Conversations with KidsPeace

"You're listening to the conversations with kids piece podcast advice information and inspiration from experts at the leading provider of mental and behavioral health services for children adults and those who loved them. Now, here's your host. Hello. And welcome to the conversations with kids piece podcast. I'm Bob Martin for the first time in more than a decade. There's a new person in the top leadership position at kids peace. Michael w slack was named interim president and chief executive officer of the organization by its board of directors upon the retirement of William is man, Mr. slack has been with kids piece since two thousand and one most recently he held the post of chief operating officer. We're very pleased to have him with us on the podcast. Mike slack. Welcome. And congratulations. Thank you. So tell us a little bit about yourself the early days. Where'd you grow up that sort of thing? So I moved around quite a bit as a child my father had a career at DuPont. And so pretty much every time he got a promotion, we moved. I was born in kenniston North Carolina and moved a couple times in North Carolina. Lived in Richmond Virginia lived overseas in Germany for a short period of time and. Then in high school, I came to the Westchester Pennsylvania, Chester county area, and then after getting through college I relocated to the Lehigh valley. When I took the position with kids. Now, what prompted you to take a career in healthcare when when that time came. Yes. So it's an interesting question and a part of it. I think demonstrates the influence that certain teachers can have over your life. So in high school, I had a biology teacher who I absolutely loved and he he just made learning fun. He made the classroom fun. And so because of that I had a natural affiliation to science and biology, but at the same time, I didn't have the desire to become a doctor, and I didn't really envision myself in a career in a laboratory or search or something like that. So I actually went to undergrad at the university of Delaware in major. In business, but I minored in biology thinking that at some in some level, I would want to be in in the helping services in in healthcare in some aspect. And so after my undergrad, I went and got my MBA at temple university in healthcare administration and ended up going into the long term care side of healthcare. So I really attribute my biology teacher has to why I ended up in this healthcare field. I it's so funny because I hear so many people talk about that. Oh, I had this wonderful teacher. And I have to make an admission. I honestly don't remember people. I I was most my teachers in high school. I remember people were my coaches, right? Why? Because to your point there's always a great teacher who makes you think about all. This is what I could do. This is what my talents are. So that as a great I think a testament to the is. And I think you're right. I don't remember most of my teachers in high school, but I remember him. And I and I think. That, you know, you're right. A coach is a teacher in a lot of ways. And so people that have that type of impact and influence you remember in the rest of them, maybe not so much. But they did a great job. I wanna make that clear. John you've been with kids almost twenty years. Now, what is it that appealed to you about this organization when you were deciding to as you say relocate into the lavallee, Ian and come work here. Yeah. So as I mentioned, I kind of started out in ended up in the elder care side of healthcare initially and worked in that field for almost ten years. But was kind of looking for a change. I I wanted to to make a change from the organization I was at a wanted to remain in healthcare. I did have a strong affiliation for that. But I was looking for a new aspect of healthcare, and it and it so happened. I came across the kids piece director of business development job, and I came up and interviewed, and I will tell you that couple things made an impact on me. And right right off the bat. One is the beauty of our orchard hills campus my interview at that time was on the campus in our inventor center, which is where we. We used to have our headquarters offices and just driving in serenity of that location was just very appealing to me. And then I think as I had the opportunity to take tours and listen and learn more about what kids piece was doing. It really was the people. I think that I was able to talk to to meet you could you could see very clearly and feel very clearly the passion they had for our mission. What we did. And therefore it made me want to learn more and understand more than I two grew and affiliation to to our work in fairness to to disclosure. I actually came to work. You know, you interviewed me. And now, I understand why you insisted that when we were done insistent telling me, oh, you should try through the campus and I had the exact same situation. So let me just put you on the spot. Let's say you're going to give the elevator speech to someone who's thinking about coming to work at kids B's. They've got. You know, thirty seconds forty five seconds to talk to you about it. What do you tell them? How do you get them to think about making making a career here? Like you did. Well, I tell them that it's really an opportunity to make a difference. So if they have a connection to our mission, the work that we do they will not find any other organization that lives out its mission as well as kids peace. And so you'll really a lot of it is about the the fit. So our mission may not appeal to everyone. But I think it's a tremendous mission. We do live it. And I think if it is a match for their core values, and what they want to do with their life. They will find that. It's a great environment to live that out in their work. You're at kids piece. So they they truly can make a difference in and we're using that slogan in our recruitment efforts. I think it's a it's a home run because they really can make. A difference. There's a lot of things that people can do and choose to do with their lives their careers and their careers are big part of their lives and what they give. And and I think that if they decide that kids pieces to place to do that they will be there satisfied in that choice. And they'll be able to have a lot of different opportunities because kids piece provide so many different services. So many different levels of care is constantly evolving. They're going to have a lot of choices to grow in their career to find new ways to to give back to their communities and and make a difference. Okay. That's that's that would be very interesting elevator ride. Thank you for the Halley too long. We'd better be going. Hi. Enough to the high floors are right. Let's take a look ahead in your position. Now. What do you see is the major challenges that are facing the field of mental behavioral health care, especially to the providers. Yeah. I think first foremost in it fits with the previous question. The workforce is an absolute huge challenge for not only kids piece put for our business, and I think in general many businesses. I mean, finding the people who want to make a difference who really fit in with our mission are connected to it is really a key. And it's a challenge it's an opportunity because if we do it. Well, we get those people in their committed for for many many years, but it is difficult to find those people in there's quite frankly, less and less people coming out of school that have aspired to a career in mental health or behave. Vural health that being said there are people. I think like me who I didn't go to school to work in mental health that wasn't what drip drove me. There are many people that do and and we like to find them, and they hopefully find us, but I think there are other people that may start the careers in different areas. Or may just have a skill set. That is good fit for their work. We just need to show them. How that how do fit in with that? So I think you know, that challenge of developing a workforce that can help us meet the need because the need for our services tremendous. We've got to find the right people to deliver on that. And we've talked number of times about the evolution of the the need and where the clients are in terms of their situation. And and that there's there is a concern. Isn't there about the level of what we call the acuity? The the severity of the the conditions that their faith. Facing and we're having to deal with that and all in all of our services. Right. Absolutely. And I think that's why it takes a special person. I mean, I will tell you that. I am. I am not a person that would probably do very well in direct care. I don't have the skill set that an associate kids peace associate needs to have to be successful there. But what what I love about my job is I know that I have a role in helping those people deliver on our mission to help these people. So I at least although I recognize I may not have that skill. I have the opportunity to help those that do and help them continue to to do the good work and evolve in that, so yeah, I think that's it's an important thing. And it's an important way that we kinda overcome the challenges I will say they're a couple of other challenges to our business. I think outcomes is a big huge challenge for us. We do tremendous work. It's very. Difficult for us to understand the lasting impact of our work because of privacy laws. You know, we don't get to keep track of people that leave us to be able to see how they're doing later in life and feed that information back to a referral sources to our staff, you know, people like to know that they had an impact. And so when you treat somebody they leave, and you don't really know where that lasting impact landed. I think that that makes it more challenging for us. And it also hard to tell to Termine. Quickly. What strategies are what approaches what therapeutic aspects might be working better or might have a certain, you know, immediate positive impact on condition. If you're not able to track back and say, well when we did this therapy therapy with this person, we had a good outcome. So you a that to the physical health side? You know, if you come in, and my leg hurts, and we treat your leg, and you walk out. And it doesn't hurt you kind of immediately know that you've fixed that well, mental health is not something that you treat in fix and going way go away many cases, it's a lifelong disability. It's a lifelong issue that people will have to manage teaching them how to manage it and still have a a successful life. That's hard to measure over time. And it's hard for us to get the feedback. So I think that's a challenge with the mental health field that that limits us, I think it limits us in attracting funding. Because people like to give funding to things they know worked and were quickly or quick fixes. So I think it's it's a challenge. It's also an opportunity in something that that kids peace will continue to work at getting better at are there, any particular strategies or ideas that that you've come across about how to how to meet those challenges, for example, how to how to get better outcomes. Yeah. I think so part of it is investments that kids piece is making now, and we'll make in the future in technology and in partnerships with

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"michael slack" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"michael slack" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"And so that includes me going to Mozell me learning about the Islamic state hawk, you know these other things, but he started out as a much more mine. Honor part and became sort of the heart, you know, of the podcast much much later so that that thought process didn't happen in the way that you're imagining it. We talked about it later on, which was, is this going to be frustrating for people? And if you look at the comments on caliphate, I would say the the vast majority of people dug it. But you'll see a couple of like one stars were like, this is bullshit. What the hell. I just listened to six episodes and the guy might have made it up. You know, there's that frustration, you know, like where people were a minority, people felt frustrated by that and we assume that you would have just pursued if you found out that he had been lying. It would have been a story about a guy who lied about being an ISIS, right? Yeah. I mean, we, I mean, we had those discussions. What if we find out that he's lied about the whole thing, I owe a lot to to my editor, Michael slack men Michelson my editor since I joined the times in two thousand fourteen and he's one of these people who's just naturally skeptical. You know, like everything you bring to him, he's he's triaging all the ways in which that source could have lied to me. And when we are sitting down with sort of the first cut, you know of our podcast, he was saying he was literally saying this, how do we know that this is not a person who's just imagined all of this. You know there, there are people who imagine things so well, but then they think they actually did them, you know, and I, I was pushing back really hard going, but Michael, but he's admitting to murder. I mean, like y, you know, and he's still holding onto that story year a year into it even as he's getting incredibly worked up about the like that we're gonna publish at one point before publication. I told whose f. I said to him, just tell me thought, true. Tell me enough, you know, look, many is metaphorically 'cause we're talking on the phone, but tell me it's not true and he couldn't do it. Okay. So it's interesting to you. You said it's a year in the life of ISIS reporter? Yeah, the way you. Happy. You're happy fellow good who whoever knew that cutting audio is so complicated. I have renewed respect for what, what your tribe does. I once I was discussing this with somebody yesterday and they're like, how long does it take an edited an episode? And I was like, and they're like, you know, what? Is it? Like an hour and I was like the audios in our takes an hour to listen to it, and you probably want to listen to it twice. It's your down two hours. Now you're starting. You can't just like ingested into your brain all at. But the way I read the structure yet and I don't know if this was intentional at enough. It was after the fact was you set up this unknowable unknowable, which is we can't really know what he didn't Syria. Yeah, I think we probably know that he was in Syria, but like we don't really wanna go much past that. That's right. The facts and then we, what we know from. I mean, multiple government agencies is he was in Syria. He joined ISIS and he was there roughly in the period of time that we later identified. But what did he do there? What did he do? He's the nicest member. Right. And so then and so then the question becomes, do we believe his account this very detailed granular account of whipping killing, executing, stabbing people, or do we believe what he later told the CBC in a post caliphate interview where he says, I made up the killings and then you go to. Mosul, yes, and investigate in the way you could investigate on the ground post. That's all of ISIS. And you take another test case which the guy is in prison there. Right? Who tells a similar, not a similar story, but he tells the story of being an ISIS and then because you're there and because the caliphate is falling apart, you're able we could speak and can go victim. We can go chase it and you're able to Asir tain the stories. Bogus. Yes, guy probably joined ISIS ideologically..

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"michael slack" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"michael slack" Discussed on The Daily

"That message is going out all over the world not just to the committed ideologues but it's going out to all of those people who feel disconnected from their communities who are looking for a sense of meaning a sense of purpose and a sense of belonging it is true that have your fifty twos paci abraham's and your cruise missiles we have small arms and simple improvised explosive devices but we have men why dedicated as seer with hearts of lions and blessed are the meek for they shall inherit the world <music> so because you just walk me through what it is you're doing right now packing up right now the documents that that we found because today they're going to hyon scanner where they're going to be digitized and after that we're going to basically preserved these documents and share them with the public and the originals are going to go to the iraqi embassy look this this is from called hit more tunnel there's actually a railway tunnel that isis turned into a training camp hear these are all documents found in the briefcase right here is the mortar brigade this is basically the unit that deal suicide bombers this is something that hog found for me what about these these are the very first the very first of all that i found in a village outside of muzzle called more con comey of how are you hello see okay then good all right you're going to go with the documents i'm gonna go with documents and i wanna go make sure that they get their piece and say goodbye goodbye the documents documents well me the show was produced by me and emails and reported by rick meany cullum akhi in me edited by windy door in louis anderson the managing producer is louis anderson the associate producer is off the charter vevey the technical director is brad fisher music by william patel nate hindriks cliff martinez brad fischer takasugi moto david wingo in me lisa tobin is the executive producer for new york times audio samantha headache is the editorial director sam dole nick is the assistant managing editor thank you to michael slack men album melik hawk salman masud eric schmidt adam goldman ron nixon molecule brown i'm angela ultimately nassir dotty moving shake qasim holiday tug wilson alan trap john mccormack tony rippin while he'd hussein jabbar yousef still a tan julius simon scott shane michelle harris karam's molly mohammad shah mahmood james pet a not a joel level derek flood michael

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"michael slack" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"michael slack" Discussed on The Daily

"That message is going out all over the world not just to the committed ideologues but it's going out to all of those people who feel disconnected from their communities who are looking for a sense of meaning a sense of purpose and a sense of belonging it is true that have your fifty twos paci abraham's and your cruise missiles we have small arms and simple improvised explosive devices but we have men why dedicated as seer with hearts of lions and blessed are the meek for they shall inherit the world <music> so because you just walk me through what it is you're doing right now packing up right now the documents that that we found because today they're going to hyon scanner where they're going to be digitized and after that we're going to basically preserved these documents and share them with the public and the originals are going to go to the iraqi embassy look this this is from called hit more tunnel there's actually a railway tunnel that isis turned into a training camp hear these are all documents found in the briefcase right here is the mortar brigade this is basically the unit that deal suicide bombers this is something that hog found for me what about these these are the very first the very first of all that i found in a village outside of muzzle called more con comey of how are you hello see okay then good all right you're going to go with the documents i'm gonna go with documents and i wanna go make sure that they get their piece and say goodbye goodbye the documents documents well me the show was produced by me and emails and reported by rick meany cullum akhi in me edited by windy door in louis anderson the managing producer is louis anderson the associate producer is off the charter vevey the technical director is brad fisher music by william patel nate hindriks cliff martinez brad fischer takasugi moto david wingo in me lisa tobin is the executive producer for new york times audio samantha headache is the editorial director sam dole nick is the assistant managing editor thank you to michael slack men album melik hawk salman masud eric schmidt adam goldman ron nixon molecule brown i'm angela ultimately nassir dotty moving shake qasim holiday tug wilson alan trap john mccormack tony rippin while he'd hussein jabbar yousef still a tan julius simon scott shane michelle harris karam's molly mohammad shah mahmood james pet a not a joel level derek flood michael

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"michael slack" Discussed on Caliphate

Caliphate

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"michael slack" Discussed on Caliphate

"That message is going out all over the world not just to the committed ideologues but it's going out to all of those people who feel disconnected from their communities who are looking for a sense of meaning a sense of purpose and a sense of belonging it is true that have your be fifty two paci abra cruise missiles we have small arms and simple improvised explosive devices but we have men why dedicated as seer with hearts of lions and blessed are the meek for they shall inherit the world <music> <music> so could you just walk me through what it is you're doing right now packing up right now the documents that that we've found because today they're going to hyon scanner where they're going to be digitized and after that we're going to basically preserved these documents and shared them with the public and the originals are going to go to the iraqi embassy silica this this is from classical ted more tunnel those actually a railway tunnel that isis turned into a training camp hear these are all the documents found in the briefcase right here is the ward's brigade this is basically the unit that deals will suicide bombers this is something that hulk found for me what about these these are the very first the very first set of comments that i found in a village outside of mozell omar khan comey of the how are you hello okay good all right you're going to go with the documents i'm gonna go documents and i wanna go make sure that they got on peace and say goodbye goodbye the documents goodbye documents well eric manny the show was produced by me and emails and reported by rick meany cullum ocoee and me edited by windy door in louis anderson the managing producer is lowest anderson the associate producer is off the charter vevey the technical director is brad fisher music by william patel nate hendrix cliff martinez brad fischer takasugi moto david wingo in me lisa tobin is the executive producer for new york times audio samantha headache is the editorial director sam dole nick is the assistant managing editor thank you to michael slack men album molly hawk salman masud eric schmidt adam goldman ron nixon molecule brown i'm angela l to me nassir dotty moving shake custom holiday tug wilson alan trap john mccormack tony rippin while lead hussein jabbar yousef stella tan julius simon scott shane michelle harris karam's shamali mohammed shot mahmoud james not a joe level derek flood michael barbaro in graham would

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"michael slack" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"michael slack" Discussed on WSB-AM

"For work then i'm on my way home right now i you home ronnie thirty ryan and the you like that life that weird it's kind of like you know i i think i was born around noon on that never changes everyone in your office get worker ten thirty are you like the last do that shows up i heard an even when we have wake meeting require go bill gotomeeting way to get an are you must be really good at your job yeah because i get away with yeah that's that's pretty awesome that they're like i michael slack asked will be here till eleven so we got the big client come in from to a peca let's move looks after the meeting at eleven i could for you may find unit i couldn't do that though if you have a job that you like and you know you're gonna be there awhile why live an hour and a half away like nobody scratchy i i just don't get that i think most of the time you've found the house before you found the job or you i get i get i get it but if if i don't know teaches on jim's in woodstock jim ma fix cars kimi luck of the program how are you good what can i do for everybody well i think i got him beat the barring of which eleven and what eleven am and we are eleven whoa will eleven what what my wife and morning yeah till one in the afternoon yeah you work the work two hours no no when i get cork oh you get to work at one pm trump armed or combined go on and on where apart is why wherever creek restaurant under point what kind.

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"michael slack" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

02:23 min | 4 years ago

"michael slack" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

"I had today with respect to the president we lynch where capping directed him by the prior ministry shin i have no information that supports those tweets and we have look carefully inside the fb_i the department of justice is asked me to share with you if the answer is the same for the department just listen olds components the department has no information that supports you can saudi playing that good that's not that that i thought the cat women to play but and then a few jim drew brees president obama und eighty calls and halting michael slack i'm not gonna get into either that particular case that matter or any conversations i have the president for cancer so they know that's right so he refuses dancer you've just refuses cancer so the question the papi can analysis so where do we stand after hearing the russians didn't happen now account and the dmc and while the fb_i has found no evidence of trump campaign collision with russians there's still looking you know yes the question how could do in the director of national intelligence director clap are in ca director morale say that no connection has been established between trump's campaign and the russians with out there having ben investigation obviously there had to have been an investigation and how can such an investigation be conclusive and exonerated trump's associates without some use of electronics surveillance this is what i said to you before his me now not happy can and this is what i think you before there have stick by the when they admitted that there is that there have investigated the russian not connection to the trump administration of the trump campaign and found nothing but i'm very stopped their admitting that they had to be some kind of surveillance but they're not admitting to now or that they have a we haven't asked the right question they're either it takes me jesuit a cool approach and being very carefully very there's their parsing their answers to the questions that are being asked or they're out now the line about it like much like i think director coming just did to the albany congressman when she said what injury tells for eight months you just homie that you your your you tell congress every four months what the investigations are but this was eight months ago the started and didn't say.

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"michael slack" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:52 min | 4 years ago

"michael slack" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Yesterday a little different than the gap picks when you keep it and the big picture they have been is investigating whether president trump campaign also just coordinator with the russian official in an effort to swayed the two thousand and sixteen president of the election and the rent the day of call me say it and hey paul the confirmation hearing i had authorize by the department of justice to confirm if the fb_i as part of our counter intelligence mission is investigating the russian government's efforts to interfere in the two thousand sixteen presidential election and that includes investigating the nature of any links between individuals associated with the trump campaign and the russian government and whether there was any court nation between the campaign and russia's efforts so did this just alright so as he read in the new information since is an ongoing investigation no there's no no no here and the bruise in i will session they have been direct also not now drops claim that is presidents predecessor head watt depth drop towel late last year i had no information that supports those tweets and we have look carefully inside the fb_i the department of justice is asked me to share with you if the answer is the same for the department justice than olds components the department has no information that supports is tweets no it's amazing that supports those tweets so how about let's mobile but the media doesn't all they now won't president dropped to do some sort of good apology i don't think best necessary and the sound of the big picture now the one folks that our really really edm are represented a trey goudy didn't have questions about russian maddening he wanted to know about leaks did you bruce brief president obama all run eighty calls and hall thing michael slack i'm not gonna get into either that particular case that matter or any conversations i have with the president so i can answer that now here's why differ from a lot a full beard show his hair why i choose admit that they are investigating that makes they probably our but you know the noble median the democrats have away have taken mold heels.

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"michael slack" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"michael slack" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Names as to who you might think be behind the leaks or the on masking start by for going out so with the suspects who touch the information that you concluded ended up unlawfully in the newspaper and start with that universe and then use investigative tools an techniques to see if you can eliminate people for include people as the more serious suspects the you know whether director clap knew the name of the us in this home that appeared in new york on to washington post i can't say missed four is going to confirm that there was class way information in the news what he have access to one on last night in in some circumstances shirts director national intelligence talking about the particular we're director brennan have actually stu in on mass us citizens nine and some circumstances yes with national security advisor susan rice have access to and on mats us citizens nine i think any nick yes it in general and any other national security vice are would i think as a matter of their ordinary course their business would former white house advisor ben rhodes have access to an on mask us citizens nine i don't know the answer with former attorney general wrote a let's have access to on on mask us citizens nine in general yes as would any attorney general so that would also include acting eight you sell yates sam answer did you to bring it president obama on well just ask you did you bruce brief president obama on in the call involving michael slack i'm not gonna get into either that particular.

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"michael slack" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:32 min | 4 years ago

"michael slack" Discussed on KELO

"President obama on in the calls and wall being michael slack i'm not gonna get into either that particular case that matter or any conversations i have the presidents mechanics with you know there were so many reasons to impeach obama along the years that he built the largest surveillance stayed in the history of the world and the useless republicans did nothing which brings me back to my number one allegation not even a suspicion you want me to start making allegations here's one it is the republican party itself working and cole lucia on not with the russians but with the democrats to destroyed donald trump it is the republican party cole eluding with the democrats to destroyed the trump presidency and to install vice president pence as president of the united states in this era de on the same day in american history one two minorities exhibit the behavior of joseph stalin is henchmen the radio who was the had of his secret police would be very proud of adam shifty shift and it i say money waters on this day the said they in american history when the party have the man who got them back and power they're not trying to destroy gonna get him out of power i have one main question our best myself or money you wanna hear it is going to here and i guess can donald trump survive this onslaught how much can one man take how can one man survive so much intrigue and so much flacco i don't care how bravely is that on that how smart he is i don't get how tough for years i don't know that anyone man can survive certainly can survive extra let him it's he can survive the money waters and a me because of vibe the shifty shift and i mean it's but kenny survive the enemies within his own party you have given him nothing they have not given him one victory yet think about that one hoy you good to go to republicans or you decent ladies a work so hard in your little republican organizations around america as you listen to me today across america on the savage nation yes yourself if you are party is the party that you want and power because that's susan power and i believe that they're cholula in with the worst elements of the democrat party to bring down donald trump.

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"michael slack" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:32 min | 4 years ago

"michael slack" Discussed on KKAT

"President obama on in the calls and wall thing michael slack i'm not gonna get into either that particular case that matter or any conversations i have with the presidents were cancer you know there were so many reasons to impeach obama along the years that he built the largest surveillance stayed in the history of the world and the useless republicans did nothing which brings me back to my number one allegation not even a suspicion you want me to start making allegations here's one it is the republican party itself working and cole lucia on not what the russians but with the democrats to destroy donald trump it is the republican party cole loading with the democrats to destroyed the trump presidency and to install vice president pence as president of the united states in this sad day on the same day in american history went to minorities exhibit the behavior of joseph staal ones henchmen the radio who was the had of his the secret police would be very proud of adam shifty shift and you know i say money waters on this day the sad day in american history when the party of the man who got them back and power they're not trying to destroy gonna get him out of power i have one main question our best myself or money you wanna hear it because you know here and i guess can donald trump survive this onslaught how much can one man take how can a one man survive so much intrigue and so much flacco i don't get how brave is that all that how smart he is i don't get how tough for years i don't know that anyone man can survive certainly can survive x turtle enemies he can survive the money waters and i mean just because of vibe the shifty shift enemies but kenny survive the enemies within his own party you have given him nothing they have not given him one victory yet think about that one hoy you good to go to republicans what you decent ladies a work so hard in your little republican organizations around america as you listen to me today across america on the savage nation ask yourself if you are party is the party that you want and power because that's who's and power and i believe that their cool limiting with the worst elements of the democrat party to bring down donald trump.

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"michael slack" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"michael slack" Discussed on WLOB

"General so that would also include acting eight you sell yates same answer did you bruce brief president obama on in the calls and wall thing michael slack i'm not gonna get into either that particular case that matter or any conversations i have with the presidents for cancer you know there were so many reasons to impeach obama along the years that he built the largest surveillance stayed in the history of the world and the useless republicans did nothing which brings me back to my number one allegation not even a suspicion you want me to start making allegations here's one it is the republican party itself working and cole lucia on not with the russian's but with the democrats to destroy donald trump it is the republican party cole loading with the democrats to destroyed the trump presidency and to install vice president pence as president of the united states in this era de on the sad day in american history went to minorities exhibit the behavior of joseph stalin is henchmen the radio who was the head of his secret police would be very proud of adam shifty shift and you know i say money waters on this day the said they in american history when the party of the man who got them back in power they're not trying to destroy gonna get him out of power i have one main question our best where so for money you wanna hear he's gonna here and i guess can donald trump survive this onslaught how much going one man take how can a one man survive so much intrigue and so much lack i don't care how bravely is i don't know how smart he is i don't get how tough for years i don't know that anyone man can survive certainly can survive extra let him he's he can survive the money waters and i mean just because of vibe the shifty shift and i mean just what kenny survive the enemies.

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