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"michael stern" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Have to form a KQED dot org and read a couple comments here about the allegations from Tara Reid Kim says a male ex prosecutor wrote an opinion piece in USA today laying out the holes and terror reads accusations against Biden there are many it needs to be vetted but me too doesn't mean every story is true al Franken was a victim of the movement that articles by a former prosecutor named Michael stern who was a prosecutor in Detroit I happen to read it and I thought it was well thought out here's Sabah who writes women should be believed and trusted it is hard to come out and tell people what happened however why not why not when Biden was vice president or later when the me too was starting to go to Gina you know you're on the air good morning good morning Michael I was really shocked when I heard you say that the terror read story with the he said she said the the issue with the terror read story is that there's been a mainstream media black out for her she said that she came forward or tried to come forward during the primaries and she went to numerous mainstream media sources they ignored her they wouldn't she was turned away from that time up because evidently there's connections to Joe Biden and she has corroborating contemporaneously witnesses including her mother calling in to Larry King that audio is available even though later after the fact it was taken out of the archive so there is definitely a part of this story it's not he said he said she said there's evidence that needs to be investigated it hasn't been and why is the mainstream media doing a blackout blackout on the issue other than to cover up the story if you're concerned about mainstream media is valid it has not been covering this story but when you say he said she said you just mean I did I didn't mean to impugn anyone one side or the other I just met you have two stories a contradicting your two stories they don't necessarily have full cooperation at this point let me go to my research on this reserve ahead thanks my gonna I mean it looked like look I think I I actually don't think it's fair to say entirely this is been covered up by the mainstream media as I was preparing for the second I was reading a lot of stories about it over the past few weeks including a print some pretty deep dives by The New York Times you know I think that there is this open question of both the National Archives documents and his Senate documents and I think that whether you know we get a look at those things are gonna be certainly informative in terms of the selection of forgive me I'm sorry but the judge we just came in and I feel compelled to read it's a woman who writes as a progressive feminist I vote FOR ME cloture as VP pick I think the me too movement has done more damage to women's progress on sexual harassment in good I believe I've not read so there you are I mean in terms of who to believe I'm sorry go ahead please yeah and I think that this is something that is important for each individual voter to sort of look at on their own I mean I I doubt that we will get any sort of definitive answer on this are quite frankly many of the allegations against president trump that have been leveled by a wide range of women and I think that absolutely Biden previously has benefited from both the fact that terror we didn't come out with the sort of strongest allegations until recently and also just that he does have a long history in Washington and with the press corps there and with people on both sides of the aisle but you know it's there's no it's impossible to sort of I believe prove this on either side you know beyond a doubt in the sense of the fact that this alleged incident happened almost twenty years ago more than that you know nine seventy three ninety three yeah nothing was on tape and so you know it you're almost thirty years ago excuse me so you know it's it's a tough one and I think that it's going to continue to be a difficult one for those of us in the media to cover because a lot of these questions but I you know I I don't think there's been a blackout I think always we can do a better job at looking at these questions and reporting on them and if nothing else raising them so that voters can make their own decisions is it fair to say though that there was much more attention paid to the accusation made against Cavanaugh and the mainstream media is in there has been to this yeah I mean it's a pretty different situation I think in a couple ways most people hadn't heard of Brett Kavanaugh before her he was nominated to the Supreme Court and and and that sort of unfolded in a very public fashion in terms of these hearings and and the way you know that we had Christine body Ford come forward and and testify eventually but yes I mean absolutely I think some of that is just the nature of the new cycle right now and the fact that this is a story that has sort of been alleged in the past in a different format not quite as as as horrific as allegations as as the ones that matter reasons put forward recently she had you know previously conferred with a handful of women last year and said that you know she felt that the former vice president had acted inappropriately had touched her had been overly flirtatious that's very different than physically assaulting somebody issues now alleging sometimes like the timing of these sorts of things has something to do with it and the fact that we are all so preoccupied with corona virus and the pandemic I mean it's it's easy to imagine that this would have been a much different story if we were not in the middle of a global pandemic well let me hear next from Terry Terry join us here on the air good morning Terry are you there hello this is Kerry hi Kerry wanted to say yeah I've read several good articles on the chair requested she rations and apparently she's used several aliases and has a long history of telling tales and I think the press need to dig deeper into that and also when they talk about this accusation I don't hear anybody talking about the is it about sixteen accusations now against the president of the United States yeah sorry but I believe there are more than that now I'm sorry yeah any clue great and I think that that needs to be brought out well thank you for that call and let me get another call right on here it's Chris and Chris is joining us from sin almost Chris you're on morning Hey good morning Michael so with all the just how news just comes and goes with where's where's John Bolton John Bolton was gonna bring this whole thing crashing down so is he going to show up in September well it's a good question I don't know if we can predict the movements of John Bolton and okay if you want to go out on a limb here are you still reading a book last night yeah I think he's still waiting for it to be cleared for publication because the former national security official much of what he had to say still has to be scrapped that's a federal law that is required of all sorts of people like that to decide to go out right folks let me say a few things here having listened those you in the bay area might not have been watching channel five the last few days because we've been covering plenty of the tirade situation and we make the point that we've spoken with her several times since she made these allegations in late March and have talked to her about them and we requested an on camera interview yes that request only came in the past week but regardless she has not responded to that request as for the allegations themselves with within that only spoken with her brother we've spoken with former queen since they have told their version of that yes they heard from her at some point in the nineties about this but her brother's account of what he remembers being told differs the stories I didn't didn't exactly yeah brother change history well I'm not going to change his story but what he has said as differed depending on which organization he spoke to nothing that was on purpose but it's something without the yeah I know I'm glad you clarified that and I think you have a case against political correspondent CBS news let me bring something else into the picture here and I want to go to you on this the Tasha Tasha correct he is again national correspondent for politico I'm wondering if this is not been given a great deal of mainstream coverage either but I I I was struck by the fact that the adjuster now my shoe was actually founder one of the founders of the tea party in the house freedom caucus left the Republican Party in July fourth voted for impeachment however has now declared himself a libertarian candidate and in a state like Michigan where you've got a two point two margin back for trump it was pretty tight to put it mildly and you've got a governor who trump obviously despises and call this woman and there's a lot of rising up against her in terms of her what are the fewest strong positions on the pandemic in keeping keeping people quarantine how much is he a wildcard in this how much we consume me like his libertarian candidacy mean very sad young Michigan as a key battleground state he added that the map in November for both parties and their check over the last couple weeks since he's announced there's been articles arguing either way of who this could help or hurt Democrats and Republicans in Michigan N. as in the side of the governor of Michigan of course governor Whitmer in should also be considered as a presidential candidate you know I thank the kind of trump and taking you know sort of take a shot that but that's exactly matches you know it's it's he he's a new X. factor I think we need to I think we need a little more time to see how much you know our traction at this games you know as of now thank you you may think it's really hard to break through in this time of corona virus and and and with you know trump inviting and as as far as you know it you're he's everybody's in a quarantine right now I'm sorry I think we need a little more time maybe once this gets out to see what kind of traction you get certainly it's a big question particularly in in Michigan where your post it's going to be a bloody war between both Democrats and Republicans and I'm sorry if you come in solicitors expressing strong opinions Daniel writes the elevations of sexual abuse toward Biden makes a selection downright depressing Ramona tweets okay let's get something straight us Democrats we are pleased about the towers lies and scheming and we want Stacey Abrams is V. P. and I need you all to know that I'm sick and tired of you pumping up Tara under Putin sponsored Bernie sponsored political garbage how does he really feel let me get Lewis on next Lewis that's one way you're on the air Lewis are you there well yes yes okay you're not allowed even a lot of gold bars are try to make this quick number one accusations against Donald Trump don't matter because their accusations terror read accusations actually have corroborating evidence to that's one thing the second thing is don't show me partly Joe Biden hung himself on the words believe women there those only two words there's no wiggle room for him so he hung himself on his own petard you can have all the accusations coming at him from every direction you want but as long as he said believe women and he did it not hysterical atmosphere where the Democratic Party was screaming at the entire nation he's done last but not least this points up the fundamental problem with the Democratic Party which is why I don't I don't understand why you guys don't see that they're going to lose all the problems they have worse fundamental errors that last one I pointed out last week they were laughing at Donald trump's positions on science when he was asking a question about it we try this or try that this is the party that was running Marianne Williamson of all people she was selling scientific misinformation to gaze during the aids crisis in the the mayor bones and this party was running her for president and she didn't win because she's she was crazy about you know the scientific ideas she was because she didn't think she could be Donald Trump this is the same party that will not have a presidential candidate running for the White House there is we all help each the woman who just this weekend in a pandemic she was giving a commencement address with Jon Stewart not much of it is because you're going in a little bit of a filibuster here but you made some points I'd like to get it okay to respond it could put it in your lap yeah thanks when the crime rate right yeah barely registered only meaning the quote was awarded thanks just but if you look at you know the this election can have all sorts of things we've never seen before quarantine you know accusations of sexual assault sexual misconduct and and you know at any increasingly divided much more so than before thanks to this just really gonna have to you know make a decision about who wants to meet it's going to be you know very interesting segment I keep thinking about the election six months ago the Washington nationals are just one.
Tyson Fury dominates Deontay Wilder to become heavyweight champion again
"Tyson fury as the new WBC heavyweight champion of the world after beating Deontay Wilder in one of the most highly anticipated boxing matches in recent years sports correspondent Michael stern who was watching in Las Vegas watch a performance on the front foot from the start fury controlled the patent of the fights and any doubts about his ability to operate at its best at nineteen stone seven pounds was swiftly dispelled he floored while during the third round with a right hand that landed on the back of the head then again in the fifth with a left hand to the body fury made history standard Bonjean white tail and when he backed the American into a corner midway through the seventh the child came in from Wilder's camp and the referee stopped the contest my Costello world news from the
"michael stern" Discussed on Ace and TJ
"Of Charlotte, North Carolina. This is the TJ and thirty podcasts. Here's your host. Ace is going to Vegas to seek Calvin Harris. Well, that's not why he's going to Vegas, but it's on his agenda, walis air, and I'm not gonna say who, but somebody on the show, maybe thinks he's a little too old to do that. Well, we'll let say one person express that I feel like more of us think that anyway, that's gone up along with. Is it sick or sweet? And I don't mean like an in bro. Terms, sick sweet. Did you know you know what I'm saying? That's coming up as well, but let's get started with TJ family hates his success busy in theory. Yes yesterday was my daughter's birthday. This is TJ, by the way, aka Mr., you know, it, and she wanted to go to top golf top golf is a place where you hit golf balls out into this field, and try to go into these big holes in it scores electronially. So it's kind of like bowling with golf, you don't have to know how to play golf, you just have to hit a golf ball out there and see if it lands in something. There were six of us play. It was my wife my daughter, my son, my daughter's little wife ran, my friend, Michael and me. My friend, Jenny Michael's wife wasn't blamed, she just was a spectator. So all through the game. Michael is winning by a lot most of the game. He's, he's winning by probably the second place person who would go back and forth, who was second place, but usually double, the points between him and second-place. Well you play for a certain amount of time and we were playing for an hour and a half. And then when you get to the end of the hour and a half or about fifteen minutes left, it says you want to expand your time, whatever. And we didn't we ready to go. So toward the end of the game I started coming on strongly. And as the time was ticking away into the last two minutes, maybe minute and a half, I surpassed Michael. And it was getting crunch time and I hit and scored some more points and the time was running out now. Michael didn't go after me in the in the lineup. It was my turn. Then my wife's turned in my son's turn. And my daughter's termed, then Michael stern, but there was no way, if they all went their turn that he was going to be up there in time to try to catch up with me. Every one of them. Both my kids, my daughter's la- handsome, boyfriend my wife, and of course, Michael's wife. Ginny would do this. They are start yelling go. Michael go, go. He says, not my turn. It doesn't matter. You just go. Anyway, none of the rest of us can win go, go. Go komo. Michael KOMO Michael. Every one of them. Okay. I have a question, though. He's you're first. Yeah. He's last. So would you have one and have taken one extra turn? I don't think so. I think we would have been all. I'll even it because if you, if you first so every time you went, he went, so if you went somebody he would be do one more, right? No, we were going by the time. Limit of it thing. And we were all on on par to go as we were going through there. And it's my family. Yeah. I'm thinking about. Maybe they were trying to keep it fair. No, no. They're pretty much thinking TJ. Jay. That's crazy. Disliked the listeners that hate me. Now, always wanna see me fall. I always want to see the guy who always win the one who always wins, take a fall, even my own flesh and blood. And then that, that. That one I'm married to. That makes sense. I mean, but the rest of them. Yeah. I'll give you one. Yeah. Yeah. You get that one dad's always at the bottom of the dog pile, man. Man, and I didn't care about winning really except for the fact that we were playing something, and I wanted to make sure, but I mean, I felt like such a bigger loser right there that I had obviously failed my kids and my wife, who were they would wish for my demise, even in something like that. Yeah. No fan. So maybe my wife really knows what she's talking about when she says people don't know how to take you..
"michael stern" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"But he was always sincere when he got in front of a jury he could make a jury react to his client's case as few others have been able to in American history lore. There was a great movie about Lincoln's life one of the earlier movies in Hollywood and portrayed. A lot about him being a lawyer and his persuasive. Witness before juries, and that was fascinating to see. He had an interesting view of lawyers. And this is a quote from him discourage litigation. Persuade your neighbors to compromise whenever you can as a peacemaker. The lawyer has superior opportunity of being a good, man. There will still be business. You know? Well, that was advice that Lincoln gave to some budding lawyers in eighteen fifty nine and it's still is good today. And the the last part of that that which you didn't get too is. If you can't be a paraphrase, it if you can't be an honest lawyer, find some other line of work being a navy if you have to. Okay. How about that? It's a great profession. We get discouraged. Sometimes I think some lawyers sometimes do a few things that they shouldn't be doing and so forth. But by and large. It's a terrific profession and to have the system of Justice where you have the right to a trial by jury, and you can go down there and tell your story and let them decided to get Justice and is just terrific. And this had Dube inspired you you'd be making a billion times more than you make in the when you you were doing is this intellectual property giant lawyer. Instead, you said listen, I think I'll go give back. Are you still happy you did this? Well, I said out in my legal career to give back as I said before to do what I could in my small way to help make other people's lives better through the law and being on the bench is one way in which one can do that. There are many other ways in which that can be accomplished, and I've been very privileged to have this position to enable me to do it daily. I say some people, and I really mean this the they don't open the courthouse oriented often the morning for me because I do enjoy going to work and having the opportunity to influence people lawyers. That's the litigants. I that the lawyers next, of course, to accomplish their ends, whether it'd be on the plane of side of the defendant side of any type of case that comes before us, they merits usually on one side of the other. And we try to reach a just end in any kind of matter that comes before us. What thing have you been working on what a story? Cool insight. Have you been doing what great thing? Do you have to tell us? I've written several Lincoln law articles the first one was Lincoln, the trout strategist. A master trial strategists next Lincoln, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, the funniest lawyer who ever lived, but the one I finished today since you brought up the ethical issue, and you actually. Dino out of without prompting cited a quote that is in this article that I just finished today. It's going to the publishers ABRAHAM LINCOLN an ethical advocate, and he was the gold standard that lawyers. Anybody in the law should look up to sounds good. Jim. And I hope that someday they say the same thing about one. That's it David. I'm not kidding you on this one. You've been listening to champions of Justice with Tom Girardi in Jim O'Callaghan in our guest today. We've been talking about the history of law, but typically in California and even more so in southern California, our guest has been superior court. Judge Michael stern and here at the end of our program today, the special tribute to our co host Jim O'Callaghan. Jim passed away on January twenty ninth two thousand nineteen while working at his desk. The world lost a rare gem of a man and the lion of the courtroom. Jim was a partner at Girardi and keys and spent his legal career with the firm helping victims of negligence wrongdoing and greed, obtain Justice he cannot be replaced, and.
"michael stern" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Of registered voters in New York City participated in the two thousand fourteen midterms now, there's a new tool to see how many people in your own neighborhood turned out to vote. We'll hear more about that coming right up on Gotham. Mists new interactive does your block. Vote map. It's coming right up. But first, here's John Schaefer with today's gig alert. Composer, John Corigliano won an Oscar for his music for the film, the red violin which tells the story of a fabulous instrument and the lives of touches over the years. The music didn't just accompany the film. It was woven into the actual performances onscreen so tonight, the New York Philharmonic is going to perform the complete score by Corre Leon oh to a screening of the movie famed violinist Joshua bell will in a manner of speaking play the part of the red violin. Music from the red violin by John Corigliano, Joshua bell in the New York Philharmonic conducted by Michael stern will play the full soundtrack to a screening of the film tonight. David Geffen hall for details. Go to new sounds dot ORG..
"michael stern" Discussed on KTRH
"And welcome back to coast to coast it's our final segment. With Ken heck and live heck in lively and Judy Mike Ovitz I knew I was gonna get that. On your name eventually Good What is that, the what's your? Nationality It is, eight German route And then the story is that one of my great great grandmother's was an Englishwoman who has a precondition of. Marriage made him anglicized it, so it went from heck and LA. Lobato the, heck and lively so George that just means that we've been bossed. Around by women are life Sometimes that's pretty good though isn't it absolutely let's let's get to. The calls they've been waiting, for you for a long time we. Go to, Long Island New York Michael stern on coast-to-coast hey Michael go ahead Oh good morning the question is Judy. Of the researcher is it, is it, possible that host human. Being, having, the retrovirus Stored in. These wells over? A. Lifetime could at older age shows signs of let's say you know autism because the. Retrovirus was activated is that possible absolutely so one of the most, potent mechanism silencing it is. What they call the relation and as you age should lose your, -bility to silence your viruses, so they, will be expressed and I, think if you look. At, the end. And of course mercury and aluminum and toxins our? Environment also we thin your medication the scenery and Alzheimer's Looks like autism and people they can't talk they, can't communicate they can't focus. Became curious is quite abnormal so impact autism is just a symptom, disease name and and we can look. At, a lot of different. Diseases as we have Retroviral infection like any LSU Gehrig's disease Parkinson's disease Alzheimer's The in the development of cancers having. To do with the re-exportation, of a virus detailed dormant and that's why George shed we wanna keep, our..
"michael stern" Discussed on KSRO
"And welcome back to coast to coast it's our final segment. With Ken heck in live heck lively and Judy Mike Ovitz I knew I was going to get that. On your name eventually Good What is that? Though what's your? Nationality It is? A German route And then the story is that one of my great great grandmother's was an Englishwoman who has a precondition of. Marriage made him anglicized it, so it went from. Logo the, heck and lively so George that just means that we've been bossed. Around by women are life Sometimes that's pretty good though isn't it absolutely let's let's get to the calls they've been waiting. For you for a long, time we go to. Long Island, New York Michael stern on coast to coast hey Michael go ahead Good morning the question is to. Judy of the researcher is, it is, it possible that a host human. Being, having, the retrovirus Stored. In these wells? Over. A lifetime could at older age shows, signs of let's say you know autism because the, retrovirus was activated is that possible absolutely so one of the most, potent mechanism so silencing it. Is what they call the elation and as you, age should, lose your -bility to silence you're viruses so they will be expressed, and I think if. You look. At the end of course mercury and aluminum and toxins? In our environment also within your medication the scenery and Alzheimer's Looks like autism in old people they can't talk they, can't communicate they can't Focus behavior is quite abnormal so intact autism is just a symptom disease name and and we can, look at a, lot of different diseases that as we have into retroviral infection like Gehrig's disease Parkinson's disease Alzheimer's in in the aged and and the. Development of cancers having to, do with the re-exportation of a virus detailed dormant and that's why George..
"michael stern" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio
"A place called shady nook cafe run by geico dinty moore who i gather is not related to the canned stew who who claimed and was proud of never having served in african american so things change but they didn't change in some ways right that's right i mean you know there was a a number of loopholes or exploited in the civil rights act of sixty four and they included private clubs and a place like dinty moore's worked on what they call it a paper bag test to if your skin was lighter than the color of a paper bag you gained admission if it was not you did not and it brings into question the notion of the role that restaurants serve we often think about restaurants as clubhouses i use that word a second ago and we think about even the idea of the beloved community were great friends were well intended people gather and community is fostered but what if people of ill will gather in a place what if people who are devout segregationist gathering place it turns the whole idea of a restaurant and a community gathering place upside down it one of the things i found shocking i mean i lived through it but you say in the late fifties there hundred eighty million americans of of which forty million lived in poverty you talk about your robert kennedy going through the dealt on tour talking to kids who have molasses for breakfast or nothing for breakfast and millions of people just didn't have enough to eat this book potluck or pampers this is a reminder that fifty years ago america's a very different country right yeah that that that hunger that came to the fore there's this moment of of discovery that america discovers the poverty in its midst and that's a moment of reckoning for the nation it was four white politicians it was a moment of denial for black activists it was a rallying cry it was the impetus for the great society programs it was at the end of dr king's life you know it marked a turning point where he pivoted from voting rights to economic rights and a drive towards justice defined by economic justice would you talk a lot about some of the fast food that started in the south popeye's this was a little interesting aside everyone thought it came from the cartoon strip as i did you say it came from popeye doyle from the movie the french connection really said that i i don't know yeah i think i think that's his conceit not necessarily mind in johnny ribs dixie land could order your stakes sherman is burnt to a crisp lincoln is warm and red hearted or stonewalled rare you'll you'll so talked about jane and michael stern who of course wrote road food and many versions of that book and they travelled around the country they sort of reinvented food writing you quote them sausages were turgid with juices conversation was palaver and sweet tea with salubrious they were intellectually curious about the american south and they found in a can of working class food is they entre point to understanding the region there pros reads as though they were drunk on that romanticism and looking back you know a juxtaposed their reportage from the south with that of calvin trillon who you know who travel the region and you you know know covered some of the same territory he was interested in working class life in working class cooks and working class restaurants came to different conclusions about the places in the people and then you talking about glen roberts of anson mills who who drove around the south a lot of people kept a small patch corn to make corn meal and he would he would go around and find interesting hybrids and varieties and that's how we started anson mills right yeah i mean glenn noticed that moonshadow corn grew differently grew taller and glenn recognize that the old varieties were being saved by moonshine moonshine didn't want to stir the interest of revenue agents by going to the feed and seed store on late save their corn each year and glenn literally as he began his career would drive the back roads of south carolina looking for moonshine corn he literally kept a camp stove in the back and he would cook the corn to determine the sweetness and the viability of the corn his singleminded zeal for grains has been a great driver in the larger grain revival in the us and he's he's the.
"michael stern" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"The microbes will like inefficient bacteria fungi and other microbes to help the plant roots and the top of the point of production that what amendments not peat moss but compost not expanded shell but natural rocks lack lava sand as a might granitz zeolite things like that and then sugars three three categories compost organic fertilizers rock minerals like i just mentioned and the third is sugars news any sugar that you have oh sugar's old cookies and cakes whatever the what i use the most or things like dr molasses and cornmeal clone meal then sound like a sugar but it is because it converts sugar so quickly and that's what stimulates the rich biological activity and gives you the growth of beneficial organism called tricon dermot and track dermot has this wonderful disease control for you so you have to deal with diseases and most most cases if you use this bed preparation that we recommend so that's the basic thing if you have any questions about it he detail you to chat about we can certainly do that at eight six six four four four three four seven eight right now it's michael stern colorado springs i'm michael good morning i just wanna to lurch you you have an audio problem with feeding audio to your callers now that you put me on the air your feed cleaned up a when i was on hold it was a very difficult to understand that's i appreciate you telling me about that sorry and was right to get it fixed as soon as we can so i have an application where i have to use again organic growing media because i need something that's like and so i'm working on thomas and rockwall and per light and those kinds of things i'm actually it's it's a portable garden that i'm developing to to deliver to seniors and disabled and people who can't get out in there.
"michael stern" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Existing soil creating this blend that the plant roots will lag but more importantly the microbes will like then official bacteria fungi and other microbes to help the plant roots and the top of the plant production that what amendments not peyton moss but compost not expanded shale but natural rocks lack of lava sand as a might granted of zeolite things like that and then sugars three three categories the compost new organic fertilizers the rock minerals like i just mentioned and the third is sugars you can use any sugar that you have oh sugar's old cookies and cakes whatever the what i use the most or things like dr molasses and cornmeal cornmeal then sound like a sugar but it is because it converts to sugar so quickly and that's what stimulates the rich biological activity and gives you the growth of beneficial organism called tricon dharma and dharma has this wonderful disease control for you so you don't even have to deal with diseases in most cases if you use as bed preparation that we recommend so that's the basic thing if you have any questions about it in any tell you on chat about we can certainly do that at eight six six four four four three four seven eight right now it's michael stern colorado springs i'm michael good morning i just wanna alert you you have an audio problem with feeding audio to your callers now that you put me on the air your feed cleaned up a when i was on hold it was very difficult to understand that's i appreciate you telling me about that sorry and we'll try to get it fixed you soon as we can so i have an application where i have to use inorganic growing media because i need something that's like and so i'm working on thomas and rockwall and per light and those kinds of things roof or something actually it's it's a portable garden that i'm developing to to deliver to seniors and disabled and people who can't get out in there.
"michael stern" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Will have a tough time with his agenda invested in investors i should say are are closely watching this week's first meeting of the us bed reserves ratesetting committee under newly appointed fed chair jerome powell now the potential for insight into how the new fed leadership will operate makes it an important policysetting meeting forecasters already expect a point to point five point two five percentage point increase in the fed's benchmark interest rate but they wanna know it's economic outlook which will influence future decisions now speaking of money not since avatar has a box office hit had the kind of staying power of black panther ryan kugler comic books in station on sunday became the first film since james cameron's two thousand nine smash hit to top the weekend box office five straight weekends the disney released grossed twenty seven million in ticket sales over the weekend pushing its domestic hall to six hundred five point four million bucks worldwide it's grossed more than one point one billion dollars before avatar the last film to do it was nineteen ninety nine's the sixth sense and a male gorilla at the philadelphia zoo is taking a stand against builth by opting to walk on two legs apparently eighteen year old louis is a clean freak when he has his hands full of tomatoes or other snacks walks upright like a human to keep the food and his hands clean rather than the typical guerilla stance of leaning forward on his knuckles michael stern of the epizootic says workers had to install a fire hose over a mud puddle in the yard so these five hundred pound gorilla could walk over at like a tight rope to avoid getting dirty he says it's pretty unusual for guerrilla to walk around upright you can see it out my facebook page at matt ray talk you've got america's first news america's first news with matt ray we'll be right back balance of nature's fruits and veggies jarding balance of nature i felt that the first month i felt different it made such a difference that yeah i wake up my head feels clearer i have more energy very rarely does my body up anymore it's the best thing it's just amazing i don't know what to say i am today if i didn't start balanceofnature planning on taking this the rest of my life because.
Washington DC Cherry Blossom Festival Delayed
"Eighteen year old louis is a bit of a clean freak whatever he has his hands full of food like tomatoes other snacks he walks upright like a human in order to keep his food and his hands clean rather than the typical gorilla which leans forward on his knuckles michael stern a curator of primates and small mammals at the zoo said workers had to install a fire hose over a mud puddle in the yard the nearly five hundred pound six foot tall primate crosses like a tight rope in order to avoid getting dirty i'm john stolnis the start of the twentieth eighteen national cherry blossom festival in washington dc is being pushed back organizers say they're moving the date to march twentyfifth because the march for our lives rally as expecting big crowds on the twenty fourth the national park service has the peak bloom of the cherry blossoms is expected to begin on march twenty seven i'm ann cates and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters the wall street journal reports china has named ye gang deputy governor at the people's bank of china to run at central bank ye would replace joe show chuan who steered the institution through the global financial crisis overhauled monetary policy tools and oversaw the allocation of the one to reserve currency status during his record fifteen year term a top treasury department officials said today that the trump administration ended decade old economic talks with china because it believes china is moving backward on opening its markets to foreign competition david malpass treasury's undersecretary for international affairs said the administration is disappointed with china's reversal from market liberalisation treasury secretary steven mnuchin faces a potentially cool reception tomorrow from global policymakers who are upset at president donald trump's steep tariffs on steel and aluminum imports the group of twenty summit of finance ministers and central bankers will convene this week in buenos aires a federal appeals court has thrown out a three year old rule to limit the number of robocalls we hear more on that from bloomberg joan doniger a unanimous opinion from the federal appeals court in washington dc role the federal communications commission's 2015 rule was too broad the court says the regulation could subject ordinary calls from any conventional smartphone to coverage under rules barring junk calls the rule was passed under democratic leadership of the fcc in the.
"michael stern" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Conversation in the long run but right now people aren't like running there's no rush people can look at their ovation and make their own plans over the course of the next thirty forty years like other local governments the city of miami his taking steps to protect neighborhoods from what it become all too regular flooding events tomasz regalado just completed two terms as miami mayor one of his last acts was to gain approval for a referendum the dedicates two hundred million dollars in city spending for flood prevention and preparing for sea level rise we need to have more pumps we need to have a better c wool a structure what we so with erma could happen again and if it does the damage could be in the millions across the bay in miami beach officials also or spending hundreds of millions of dollars to raise roadways and install pumps to better handle storm water some developers are now fouling the city's lee we all these dump trucks coming out where injecting route concrete incident round michael stern with jds development is building a fifteen story condo tower on miami beach he's planning not only for sea level rise but also for rising groundwater that's a big robin because south florida sits over poorest limestone stearns cruiser creating a watertight basement and parking garage that he thinks will set new standards for resiliency we are injecting basically what's called deep soil mixed piles of concrete and interlock with each other and form a continuous concrete bathtub so no water can come through that poorest limestone base up into our basement stern and many others here in south florida say they believe in the power of innovation as the seas rise they're confident people will do what's needed to stay in the places they love greg in pr news miami this is npr news a recap of today's business news is coming up on marketplace after this traffic update from julie deppish a much better news now out of wellmade creek they've clear those says three cars out of the lane southbound six 84 north main street take one of the recovery pretty jammed back to to forty two palo alto just offender vendors south 101 a university avenue they're over on the right shoulder and in san jose sound 280 four seven street stolen car was in the left lane looks like the push that out of the.
"michael stern" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Long run but right now people aren't like running there's no rush steeple can look at their ovation and make their own plans over the course of the next thirty forty years like other local governments the city of miami his taking steps to protect neighborhoods from what have become all too regular flooding events tomasz regalado just completed two terms as miami mayor one of his last acts was to gain approval for referendum the dedicates two hundred million dollars in city spending for flood prevention and preparing for sea level rise we need to have more pumps we need to have a better c wool a structure what we saw with erma could happen again and if it does the damage could be in the millions across the bay in miami beach officials also we're spending hundreds of millions of dollars to raise roadways and install pumps the better handle storm water some developers are now fouling the city's lease the all these dump trucks coming out were injected route concrete into the ground michael stern with jds development is building a fifteen story condo tower on miami beach he's planning not only for sea level rise but also for rising groundwater that's a big rob on because south florida sits over porous limestone stearns cruiser creating a watertight basement and parking garage that he thinks will set new standard for resiliency we are injecting basically what's called deep soil mixed piles of concrete and interlock with each other and form a continuous concrete bath them so no water can come through that porous limestone base up into our basement stern and many others here in south florida say they believe in the power of innovation as the seas rise they're confident people will do what's needed to stay in the places they love greg npr news miami.
"michael stern" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The city says farewelled farewell are hero the funeral chief jim waters live coverage of reaction finally free w ivc bruce in a radiocom did props to my friend dave urged who showed me this ridiculous food story at the new york times the headline is owed to the buttered role that new york lifeline and this is what is just absolutely amazing this is but they write it like this though of course the bread and butter are eaten all over the buttered roll or role with butter as it is known in parts of new jersey is a distinctly local phenomenon mention its name outside the new york metropolitan area and you would very likely be met with blank incomprehension never heard of it growing up in chicago oh said michael stern a chronicler of regional fair and author of the road from book series and really not much beyond fearfilled county in connecticut indeed one can roughly trace the expansion of the buttered role to the migration of new yorkers to surrounding commuters suburbs probably because everyone else who isn't in the new york is an a new yorker no one else's figured out how to put pressure on better yet because they're all stupid flyover bucktoothed hope elise and not cool new yorkers we put butter on bread okay that last part within in there that's the dumbest thing i've ever heard we call it butter bread it was butter brit who in the hell doesn't pull butter on roles that's the dumbest thing i've ever heard him alive reddened butter pickles i mean the number of dubai breadandbutter pickle sucked though survey from twitter gosh eight they did you know what they suck and it's a communist invention deal that's the only spice in salt only spicer it needs to be touch a pickle cucumber only thing gosh still trend butter too so bad we have a lot more to get into including coming up i really like the new immigration things and it shows that trump is actually accomplish lot more with us are you hiring do you know where to post your job to find the best candidates it can be challenging to find great talent but with ziprecruiter you can post your.
"michael stern" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer
"They have to have a lot of different talents and you're not the only attorney in town tom lanza of variety of talents uh you have to be personable you have to be goodlooking that you tom well that's a two out of three in of it earlier and you have to be smart netflix smart to make the deals uh that uh and be in the right place at the right time when you're celebrities get into trouble they didn't have the the same type of publicity outfits that they had a fifty years ago that they have today and that lawyer has to be um uh the the goto person sorta like george clooney in the movie sometimes you are listening to champions of justice with tom girardi and jim o'callaghan and we're talking today about the history of the law in california particularly in the los angeles area but really around the state in our guest is superior court judge michael stern so how did you get this way listen i know a lot of judges judged her and other great scholars of the law and they're up on things and they loved their jobs and so forth i don't think any of them have ever given much of a thought to all the things we've talked about here in terms of the history of the law and so forth so what what triggered that in you you know tom uh i've been very blessed in my legal career that i've hardly at a job that i didn't enjoy uh going to.
"michael stern" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Three of those slayings sarah stearns family and friends were holding a memorial service and life celebration tomorrow for the nineteen year old neptune said he didn't who authorities say was killed by her childhood friend then he dumped her body in a river sarah's father michael stern says it's time for sarah to be honored katie i began to tell you without something air gaba funeral and it goes going yeah i just didn't make any what he says he won't have a funeral for his daughter 'til her body is found saturday's event is from one to eight pm at the neptune city community center first responders in lacey township were able to revive a woman after she drowned trying to save a dog before could river fire department lacey township underwater rescue you and recovery dived team were travelling to an emergency call for dog struggling and water around seven pm thursday when the woman tried to rescue with a woman regained the pulse by the time emergency personnel reach the hospital a lightning strike caused a fire at a hopewell synagogue emergency crews responded to a roof fire at har sinai temple thirty thursday afternoon it was extinguished around six pm no injuries president trump thanks french president emmanuel macron for hosting him in paris for the annual bastille day celebrations the president says on twitter they have a great conversation on trade the military and security so what's the weekend weather meteorite stands zerelos complete forecast is coming up to jersey fast traffic in one minute new jersey one at one point five summer has a certain hugh the kind of vibrancy you can feel.
"michael stern" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Jersey's most to listen tuesday should new jersey wanna 15 news starts now ninety overs and having are for this hour the nothing police department of resulted your own case involving pepper spray excessive force and all the household none propeace 55 interactions with police officers over a fight between family members the families father and son tried to push police officers away from the home which led to these the pepper spray the father filed a complaint claiming excessive force but this week it appeals court found the officers did not by late anyone's rights the father of nineteen year old sarah stern the neptune woman murdered last year and thrown into the ocean says he doesn't know who removed her memorial without warning this week michael stern says family friends and state and local officials were fined with the memorial's location on the belmar bridge were service car was found a route in a way of anything to block anything new israel urged attribute the therapy this we don't have her third says the trial of we make a task neither sarah suspected murderer is taking too long and his family just wants closure david whilst being the mastermind of the 2013 bridge gate scandal will not serve any jail time for the crime federal prosecutor successfully argued that while seem deserve probation for his helping convicting coconspirator here's bill baroni bridge kelly he will be monitored by police for three years and have to complete five hundred hours of community service veroni and kelly are appealing their sentences but could still go to jail for two years each if been on his desk since june 26 by governor christie has yet to take action on the bill that would expand new jersey's paid family we've program dina matola jabbar scout with new jersey citizen action says one of the advantages under the new program is the added jobprotection for some workers of toyota motor i have crap protection for the girl would back to folks who work accompany of twenty or more employees as gets held a rally today in front of the state house to urge the governor to sign the measure into law a north jersey animal shelter says most of the.
"michael stern" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"This message monitored by the new jersey state chamber of commerce the new jersey broadcasters association and this station this is new jersey's first news on new jersey one at one point five new jersey wanna 15 news time 537 meteorologist dan's era back of the latest whether details and about seven minutes the legal wrangling continues in the case of eighteen penn state for it fraternity brothers facing a variety of charges that the death of 19 yearold tim piazza reading ten died after drinking heavily than falling down a flight of stairs at beta theta pi some believe other parties also bear responsibility the chairman and founder of the student justice project bob ali says it's not fair to suggest a group of eighteen to twenty two year all most of whom are intoxicated were ultimately responsible for this terrible tragedy the people that should have been responsible for him for the gulf situation landlord the national unity of university he and student alcohol consumption can be cut dramatically by simply eliminating drinking and common areas where students live and banning boos at all parties at fred houses david matthau new jersey ivanov one point five news he faces more than two years behind bars via the terms of his plea deal the prosecutors are hoping for no prison time for david wild sea socalled mastermind of the brigitte lane closures is testimony helped convict ju governor christie aides he is scheduled to be sentenced today the father of sarah stern the neptune city woman who was murdered last a year says his family wants to heal and move on but the trial of her alleged murder is taking too much we wanna get this i think we all womb i want to get through this in an ever heard it michael stern says with one defendant pleading guilty to sarah's robbery and murder it should be easy to put the other one away but lawyers for liam mecca tasni filed motions to suppress evidence that will stall the trial for another seventy days seven hundred workers walked off the job last night at newark airport you just heard about this bob the labor dispute with their employer which subcontracts for several airlines they include baggagehandlers and.