17 Burst results for "Mister Collins"
"mister collins" Discussed on Bear Grease
"With 13 seconds to go. And a fans are going wild. 13 seconds to go, our bill by two, 59, 57. Ball comes into a maggot. Murder the palace. Challenges of all the calm. Comes with 8 seconds or 7. Here's a terminal jeopardy. Wait a second. Time out with two seconds to know. Dave Cole started in. With four seconds left, the tie up. And it may go in overtime. Dave combs, mister Leon combs cousin, tied the game with two seconds left in regulation, and it sends the game into overtime. It's interesting that these radio guys weren't even here to announce this game. They only came in at the last minute of regulation. They were here for the next game, which was a bigger school. Here's the last few seconds of the first overtime. Ball comes in. 5 seconds four seconds, three, two, one. The ball, it did not go in. It doubled overtime. Steel tied three more minutes in the second overtime. Here's the last ten seconds. Here's a bad answer. Raise it up. I suppose you're not good. Look all over time. Listen at this round. Mister Collins, what do you think about that? This is terrific. But I've never seen such a display of ball handling and my life has been hard built ball players to put on here tonight. It's great. And they look real good against the balls up like Bradley bell that has such a record and really plays tremendous basketball, but Howard Bill is a great team to come back like they have so many times tonight. Third over time, you can fill the energy of the crowd. There's something primal and wild about a roaring crowd and it's hard to deny its emotional power. Here's the last three seconds of the third overtime. Howardville had scored with a few seconds left to tie the game.
"mister collins" Discussed on WTOP
"To operate by shev. You're listening to WTO pneumonia 23. Do you know anything about two suspects connected to last month's deadly shooting of a 21 year old in woodbridge? If so, Prince William county police want to hear from you. The killing happened in the 16,000 block of Georgetown road, July 20th, and detectives have video from a neighboring home that shows the suspect's approaching the victim and two other men. Several gunshots can be heard before witnesses say the suspects get into and run off in a gold colored SUV that might be a Mercedes. The victim was Brian Marshall, another man was shot in the hand, a reward is being offered in this case anyone with information should call police. Life in prison without parole. That is the sentence handed down to a man in Maryland who was convicted of murder in a deadly robbery. Gregory Collins, who's 23 years old, will spend the rest of his life in prison for his role in a deadly robbery. Prosecutors say he went to a 7 11 store in Waldorf in late 2020 and demanded money from an employee, Lynn Mayer. They say mayor gave him the money, but he shot and killed her anyway. Tony Covington state's attorney for Charles county. The court's decision to sentence mister Collins to life without parole was appropriate. Collins permanently erased a life from this earth. After the shooting, Collins left the state, police tracked him down in Georgia. The humane rescue alliance is out of room and needs your help. The alliance says they take in about 250 animals a week, but only about 115 get adopted and they've filled their last dog kennel. So they're looking for people to adopt a new pet or sign up to temporarily foster a dog or cat. The available animals as well as adoption and fostering information are on the humane rescue alliance
"mister collins" Discussed on UN News
"This is Connor Lennon from UN news. The ocean and global climate are intrinsically linked and if the right decisions are made at the UN ocean conference, the ocean will be a big part of Portugal's feature. That's the view of Samuel Collins, a project manager at the oceano Azul foundation in Lisbon. The organization plays a big role in ocean literacy, aiming to educate a blue generation. It works on ocean conservation and also supports the development of startups creating products and services with positive environmental impact. UN uses Anna kamo talks to mister Collins and started by asking him about the expectations for the upcoming UN ocean conference that will take place in the Portuguese capital at the end of June. Now in two years from the initial date, it was an interesting moment for the ocean agenda because we're kicking off the decade, kicking off in 22 years to use delayed, but we're kicking off a decade, which has been labeled as the last decade to act. So essentially, this is setting the level of ambition of ocean action for the decades. And I think that's really important to understand that while 2017, the UN ocean conference in 2017 was a really important moment for finally having a conference dedicated to the ocean. While it wasn't a cop, it was a key moment for the U.S. agenda. Where we saw Fiji in Sweden host the conference in Europe. It had a big focus on plastics. And that's obviously the emotional topic that we all get behind, and it was a push forward, massively on the issue of plastics. But the ocean crisis is the plastics and so much more. There's a lot more going on beneath the waves that we need to be highlighting. And I think and I hope that in 2022, do you want to know some comments we'll touch on a lot more broader topics and give that those topics there, the attention that they need. It's a very interesting year. This is the superhero for the ocean. Again, long delayed. We're coming to Lisbon not as a cold call but coming from a number of events that have really been ramping up ambition and raising the flag for the ocean through a number of forms and really a high level with the government, which is fantastic to see because while civil society can do the hard work and really call for ambition. Its governments and member states that need to take the action. So we saw in Brest the French had huge convenient power to get the ocean conversation going early in the year. Then we had Palau the our ocean. Again, a big, big stopping point and building the method towards Lisbon. And here we are, there's a number of events in June. We have to climate dialogs ahead of chemical shake. We have the WTO negotiations on fisheries. And then we come to this one. So we're really coming to listen with a lot of energy. And then even looking past there's been a note, it's a jam packed year. We have high seas in August. We have cop three 7 in shamrock shake..
"mister collins" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
"And they had to make a tragic mistake by nominating him. I think perdue will have a chance to get the Trump support, although the other fellow who called in said mister Jones would get that support, however, I think he's got some other problems that he's dealing with. I don't think he'll ever get Trump support. Anyway, I just wanted to say that furthermore camp nominated Kelly lefler to take the senatorial seat when the president wanted mister Collins. So they've got a thing going to so I think Purdue will run for the governorship and I think he'll get most of the Trump vote. I think it will win. So you're not too terribly concerned about Stacey Abrams then. Well, I Stacey, I think Stacey's got a lot in her background concerning this 2020 election. I understand from a source I trust that actually a company she's involved with or joining an account in Fulton county. So there's a lot of stuff going on there. She'll get a lot of the black vote and she'll do well, but she's not going to win it. I don't think. All right. Well, Frank, I appreciate the call and the observations and inside there. It's going to look, I think it's going to be tough in the Republicans can't take anything for granted, not just in Georgia, but anywhere. But if you play your cards right and you you've got to find that issue, Martha zaller said folks, it could be the it could be the education issue. If you're gonna find that issue, you're gonna win. But we need rock solid conservatives running on the Republican side. All right, we've got to take a break here, 8 four four.
"mister collins" Discussed on Woman's Hour
"It's like a teenage me, I think. And I play mister Collins, a slimy, mister Collins. Anne and everyone's favorite Andy, misses Gardner. We go from absolutely loathing you to loving you and then back again. It's just quite confusing. I mean, and of course I should say Isabella, I thought I should blush when you walked in because you're mister Darcy is quite something. Oh, thank you very much. Straight into it. But it is incredible, how well, just by not really moving, actually, with that character, you can take us that. This has been the biggest revelation for me, both as a performer and as a woman which is that I have spent my life as an actor being playing women. Or occasionally animals or it depends whether you're in plant tour or what you're doing. But ultimately, the mortgage calls. If you're lucky enough to get mortgages and actors. Come back for a housing debate. Goodness. But I appreciate that there's so much of my inherent physicality and that's what any actor has to be honest with themselves about before they can be chameleonic and take on other rules, is about letting other people in. I'm doing it now with my hands. Each two meters away from me, but I'm trying to say, look, I'm including you. I'm talking to you both. I'm not the enemy. I promise I'm on your side and suddenly to play this high status rich elbow, eligible handsome man, is to be able to stand completely still and be the total center of attention and do nothing. And I thought nothing to create space, nothing at all. No. And of course, then everybody moves around you. You. Become the axis on which everything else swings. And it has blown my mind. And I see it now in every room that I stand in and operate in. But have you taken it on? Because I have to say, is someone who obviously part of my job is conversation and I'm in the business of it. I'm very comfortable in silence. I let silence is hanging. I do, in my real life, too. But it is quite important as women sometimes to learn to step into that, isn't it? And has it changed you? Oh, utterly. Occasionally you come up against situations and maybe particularly in our industry, but anybody does in their professional lives, where you go into a meeting and you say, well, here's my idea and here's my proposal here and people will set silently. Of course, I could change it or if you don't like anything. This is a terrible tactic, isn't it? But you realize you can play them at their own game. It's quite high stakes, I should say silence on the radio because you know people don't start turning it up. And they set their thinking. Has that much just dropped off? Is the gas dropped off? Is everything gone? Let me let me come to the idea for you Tory about one of the things that struck me so quickly the first bit of it. You're wearing these white dresses, which are the kind of the neutral bit of the uniform for the servants. That's how you all start together on stage and you've got your rubber gloves on and you sort of what's been described as the bother boots I just say, you know, black dog Martins or whatever they are. Those sorts of boots, other brands are available. How important do you think it was to remind the viewer that servants made it all happen?.
"mister collins" Discussed on Woman's Hour
"Let me bring you in at this point because I have to say a big part of watching it is that you do feel like you're then with those characters in the pub, and they're singing along. And so much of course about Pride and Prejudice is about love and young hearts. Absolutely. It's such a joyous show. And I think that's something that we felt that even dare I say pre-pandemic when that life existed. You know, when we did it in Glasgow, it just was the most joyous thing and every night it kind of felt like, oh, we've done it. We've done the show again. And then now to do the show when we feel like everyone really kind of needs this laugh. And even seeing people react to the show with face coverings on and sitting there, you can still see the eyes twinkling and they're laughing and I think that's something that's really kind of special and that's something that you don't know until you try with an audience post pandemic. I mean, who could never say? Can you remember all the people you play? I can. Yes. Who'd you play? So I play yeah, I play 5 cards, so I've got quite a hefty track as we've already faced the most of anyone on the stage. Oh really? Yeah. So I play Mary Bennett, I think I might say that she's probably my favorite. At one point, we there was something on Twitter where someone said Mary for prime minister. Agree with that whole hospital. And I play Lydia Bennett, who's also very fun and she I play her my community, which is where I'm from, and it's a good woman, so am I? Yeah, absolutely. And yeah, she's so she's a little bit close to home as a teenage me, I think. And I play mister Collins slimy, mister Collins, Anne and everyone's favorite anti misses Gardner. We go from absolutely loathing you to loving you and then back again. It's just quite confusing. I mean, and of course I should say Isabella, I thought I should blush when you walked in because you're mister Darcy is quite something. Thank you very much. Straight into. But it is incredible, how well, just by not really moving, actually, with that character, you can take us that..
"mister collins" Discussed on The Miseducation of John Mark
"No matter what happens Collins I have your back, takes Chief, just go in there and tell them what happened. Don't get caught up in the press or what the news is going to say. God, I know your integrity, you're a good man and a better officer. The defense has a stand. Just give them the truth Collins. Mister Collins would you give the people of the Court your account of the events that took place July 17th? I pulled over Devon Watson. He had a busted taillight bulb in his license. I discovered that his registration had expired continue. I pulled over Devon and when I approached, I asked for his license and registration and I could tell he was on edge off on edge. Yes, yes. So I asked what he was reaching for to which he responded his license and registration the way. He said it, those sounded like he was ready to pick a fight wage rigid, you start escalating the discussion claiming I was harassing him. I just asked for his license or registration would you say he was not compliant. Absolutely not dead. What happened next? I then asked of on Watson to step out of the car, you continue to not be compliant. Did you as Ms? Brown so despairingly called yank him out of the vehicle? Know as he had to comply, I helped him move along and get out of the car. The accused me all the more of harassment and even racial profiling, which was not the case, his light.
"mister collins" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"I wish they would still go this is because it will be everybody in the country the speaker at as we approach at the moment when we leave the European Union the prime minister will be aware of concerns in Northern Ireland and we welcome his assurance that there will continue to be better access for northern on businesses to the UK single market for those not commitment also apply to goods moving from Great Britain and Northern Ireland I mean if in fact this is the group does local call the roll Mister Collins Mr Gomer lotus notes Mister chairman there are twenty three eyes seventeen notes your article is agreed to article one is adopted Pontius pilot afforded more rights to Jesus than the Democrats have afforded this president the president's crimes are impeachable because you just don't want to go the line is November twenty sixteen they can be very clear with this president will be held accountable that no one is above the law and the question is now whether senator McConnell will allow a fair trial in the Senate by our president the house is our is over the sun it's time each of us will face a choice out whether to begin this trial in a search of the truth or in the service of the president's desire to cover up do you solemnly swear that in all things have pertaining to the trial of the impeachment of Donald John trump president of the United States now pending you will do impartial justice according to the constitution and laws so help you god since the president was sworn into office there was a desire to see him removed the impeachment of president trump wants unfiltered coverage.
"mister collins" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Your podcast so I just finished reading the simple path to wealth and jail Collins in summary Mister Collins is a huge advocate of vanguard funds because the extremely low expense ratios specifically recommends putting all your holdings in the vanguard total stock market index fund which is comprised of nearly thirty seven hundred US domestic companies wiring your wealth accumulation phase of the fun as an expense ratio point zero four so that's four hundred Bucks for a hundred thousand dollars invested and it's averaged about eleven point nine percent return of the last forty years from nineteen seventy five to twenty sixteen on of course that doesn't include the last four years of these incredible gains in the market and I know past performance doesn't guarantee future returns but when I look at our portfolio with my current financial adviser we have over a dozen different mutual funds and ETFs to include thirty five percent international funds with all with an average expense ratio of about twenty three eight so Mister Collins doesn't believe in international funds because of the added risk and expense he states international companies trade in the currency of their home country and are subject to currency fluctuations against the US dollar my portfolio is in outperforming the vanguard total stock market index but it's costing me nearly twenty sounds a year and expense ratio fees versus two thousand a year and I followed Mister Collins advice and had my portfolio solely in the vanguard total stock market index fund when I run these numbers out you know over the next twenty years your show but the power of compounding my current portfolios costing me hundreds of thousands of dollars in expense ratio sees so my question to you guys is why should I follow Mister Collins advice DHR visor and go all in with the vanguard total stock market index fund alright guys happy new year in and again I love listening to the show take care but it was my fault though as the tech three ministers right there now I want free wrote that down in a mess that was that was a pretty telling about it Michel Martin where do we start you start not fitted I think he's got a couple things right in a couple things off well first of all I like then guard and I actually like that fun to actually own some myself and so the why full disclosure yeah so we are in full agreement that the vanguard total US stock market index fund is a very good fun it's very low cost the end it comprises of just about every started here in the US the US market you got and how small medium the others right US market with fellow cast sounds good to me that's great so let's just put our money into it out now that's the problem we could get into the expense ratio takin it in a second but let's just look a globally diversified versus not okay in that that's really what his argument is that because you have another was never do international because what LL bean or whatever the hell his name is what's his name J. L. call is it's close enough yes gates so he's like well no just go all in on the total US stock market index one but what he suggested was for accumulation phase right so okay I I I agree with that to some degree if you got a couple of blocks if you got ten thousand fifty thousand dollars don't go into fifteen different mutual funds but it doesn't make any sense it's way too expensive put it all in the total US stock market index fund it and let it go I agree with that one thousand percent but as soon as you start creating a little bit more well for you and your family then diversification is going to be a key component in your overall strategy the total US market has done quite well over the last ten years Allen very much so right so let's start going to international because there's currency fluctuations there's more risk in there could be a little bit higher fees of course right I mean it's if are you investing internationally it's going to cost me a little bit more money a couple of Bucks more to invest in those companies especially in emerging markets that would be to buy coca Cola right I so it is what it is a higher expense but if you look at two thousand to two thousand ten when the US stock market was down ten percent what was international yeah they were up I would say on an average of a hundred fifty percent right in total return yeah it's return we somewhere more some maybe were less or even high one hundred semi close to two hundred percent so you're loading up a hundred percent of your wealth in one country what the global market capitalization of the US is only forty percent everything else is sixty so you're you're giving up sixty percent of the total return of of other countries yeah well and to me the most striking thing is that the international stocks tend to go up and down at different times and US and then if you think of well okay so the international stocks did very well the first decade of the century and domestic stocks have been really well the second decade and we're not market timers but US stocks then it would stand to reason are more expensive than international international stocks are cheaper which means there's a future higher expected returns so I'm not gonna say to market time I'm really not I want you to have a little bit of each but the reason why you have international is so you have a smoother ride because the expected rate of return for an international stock is the same as it is a US stock they just tend to have different cycles and so that's why you will have some of the yeah you want to make sure you look a correlation still when you have a diversified portfolio if you have a correlation of one is going to move up and down together if you have trying to get some negative correlation in regards your overall investments some are going to say while others say that's what you want in a real true strategy also how are you going to re balance of all of your money sitting in one fun sometimes smaller companies out perform larger companies value company sometimes all perform growth companies if I have one fun that's market waited in a giant index fund there's no way for me to control my risk there or take advantage of other has the classes that potentially could outperform because I have a little bit more risk so if you take all of that into account how do I. tax loss harvesting I mean there's so many other components to this only got a couple seconds left but if you put all of that that is going to add up significantly more elbow or more value then the twenty pips that you're paying extra from the expense ratio of a mutual fund that's internationally to your total US stock market index fund so thank you Martin thank you so much for your service we really appreciate it but thanks for your question thanks for the question trying to imagine the confidence that can only come with knowing.
"mister collins" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Ask of our votes I'd Mister Collins no Mister Collins with no Mister Sensenbrenner Mister Sensenbrenner votes no Mr Chabot Mr Chabot votes no Mr Gomer my lotus notes Mr Gohmert votes no Mister Jordan no Mister Jordan votes no Mister Buck Mr Bucks no Mister reckless Mr reckless but no ms Robey ms Robey votes no Mr gates no Mr gates folks now Mr Johnson of Louisiana no Mr Johnson of Louisiana no Mister banks no Mr big votes no Mister McClintock though Mister McClintock votes no ms let's go now ms let's go over no Mr Russian dollar Mr residents are votes no Mr Klein no Mr Klein votes no Mister Armstrong hello Mister Armstrong votes no Mr Stevie Mr Stevie votes no is every member with voters who is just about we're German out man well record I was a gentleman recording Mr grammar your record as now now I want to make sure the clerk will report Mister chairman there are twenty three eyes of seventeen knows your articles agree to question now is an article two of the resolution impeaching president Donald J. trump for obstructing Congress the clerk will call the roll Mr another all right is there another verse I ms Lofgren hi ms Lofgren verse I miss Jackson link all right miss Jackson leave those I Mister Collins Mr Coen roadside Mr Johnson of Georgia all right Mr Johnson of George of those I Mr Deutsch I.
"mister collins" Discussed on AP News
"S. could be requiring more electric and so called zero emission trucks on the road there roughly a million and a half medium and heavy duty trucks viewing harmful pollutants there with the state's transportation sector accounting for forty one percent of all greenhouse gas emissions the Associated Press reports regulators estimate the new rules would result in roughly a seventy four thousand zero emission trucks on the road in California by twenty thirty or about four percent of all trucks the California air resources board said the truck role would be the first of its kind in the world if adopted at least fifteen percent of sales of heavy duty pickups like the Ford F. two fifty and full size vans like the Chevy express must be zero emission vehicles by twenty thirty that standard also applies to the heaviest trucks including tractor trailers the board considered the new rule a public hearing on Thursday with a vote expected on the proposal next year committee vote I'm a Donaghey with an AP news minute after a long day in the house Judiciary Committee yesterday it was much shorter session today without objection the committee is adjourned the committee voted along party lines on two articles of impeachment against president trump hi Mister another votes I know Mister Collins with no resolution as amended resorted reported favorably to the house members will have two days to submit views a vote on impeachment in the full house is expected by Christmas it's expected to move on to the Senate where Texas Republican Louie Gohmert hopes his colleagues in the majority there don't dismiss this America needs to hear from the witnesses and we didn't get to hear from here this was a kangaroo court outrageous to put the country through this Judiciary Committee chair Jerry Nadler spoke briefly about the charges against the president abuse of power and obstruction of Congress the house will act expeditiously I'm a I'm a Donahue AP digital news back in a moment what is to guide him through the night eighties must meet up okay mapping the fastest route to Michigan or.
"mister collins" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Neighbors nemesis follow no Mr swallow of its no Mister Lowe Mr live us no Mister Raskin Mr Raskin but no mistrial Paul mistrial public no miss Deming's this Deming's was no Mister Corea Mister curry of us know miss Camlann Miskin limits no miss Garcia no ms Garcia was no Mister to use Mr **** folks know miss make bath this big bass was now Mister Stanton now is your chance of it so misty in though misty those so much because of how all know this because of how those numbers Escobar now miss estimates no Mister Collins Mister Collins it's I Mister Sensenbrenner Mister Sensenbrenner but I was okay stop it enough are you listen to most boring radio program on the planet knows it's America since for these about single here listening to the idiocy the lunacy of what is happening on Capitol Hill right now with the you'll tax payer dollars seventeen trillion trillion not million billion zeros is trillion it's a lot seventeen trillion dollars added to the American economy the ISIS caliphate dust Bakir al Baghdadi fish food the lowest unemployment since nineteen sixty nine let's impeach this president vats the Democrats to you today I'm sabbatical go welcome back I'm saddened I'm saddened you're going to now to go but.
"mister collins" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"And my review of the evidentiary record in here Mister Collins I would like to say to you Sir that I read transcripts of every one of the witnesses who appeared in the life hearing because I would not speak about these things without reviewing the facts so I'm insulted by the suggestion that as a law professor I don't care about those facts but everything I read on those occasions tells me that when president trump invited indeed demanded foreign involvement in our upcoming election he struck at the very heart of what makes this a Republic to which we pledge allegiance that demand as professor Feldman just explained constituted an abuse of power one eight six six five oh Jimbo our number one eight six six five oh five four six two six that professor of Pamela Karlan of Stanford University who was the one who made the the snarky comment about the naming your son Barron but you can make your son a bear and for which she did ultimately apologize how do you feel about what is the transpiring here do you look on it as something which is a good to tear down the Republic or do you look at it as a as I do which is that so far it seems to be rebounding to the benefit of the president so in that regard I must say that the frankly bring it on that would be my attitude it's unfortunate that this is how one has to obtain popular support but the indications are that at this time B. efforts certainly before the house intelligence committee which is not meant to be an oxymoron of it has backfired it's meant as a public relations effort Evans failing what it's worth I would not in particular by the weight of what does Kevin McCarthy the house Republican leader had to say about a standard for what impeachment would have to be this was a standard that was stated back on March the thirteenth that an impeachment inquiry would have to be compelling would have to be overwhelming and would have to be bipartisan the statement was made by Nancy Pelosi and the McCarthy is called her out on this is without she thinks in fact that's what they've been doing as McCarthy put it there's nothing compelling there's nothing overwhelming and the only bipartisan both the we've had in this house is not to move forward with impeachment inquiry and that is not stop them so for what it's worth one eight six six five oh Jimbo we have a call from John who would check them tonight from Dallas solicitor to cliff five seventy and the good evening John yes June I'm just wondering what you would expect across parties for the house then call maybe on the American people being properly what about serving the Democrats are all we see this without actually bringing people look terrible look people who are out what are we what are the will well six for personal what so we are she the light you want to pull up the first step on the what we what role will cook slick we go to article sold out the shuttle call mom we'll do that we are in good humor yeah I'm what is referred to as well it's natural three.
"mister collins" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"At the naval shipyard in Honolulu in the area my chief of hunker down stay indoors and just be safe killing two department of defense civilian workers and injuring a third who is in stable condition shooter was tenderly been identified as a active duty sailor assigned to U. S. S. Columbia that's a seven seven seventy one it's also deceased by an apparent self inflicted gunshot wound rear admiral Robert Chadwick no motive given for the shooting at joint base Pearl Harbor Hickam which comes just three days before the seventy eighth anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor the house Judiciary Committee starts at hearings bringing in for a legal expert for the impeachment inquiry fox's Mike Emanuel has more from Capitol Hill with the stakes so high ranking Republican Doug Collins fired back noting the committee would not be hearing from fact witnesses really we're bringing you in here today to testify also that most of you already written about professor Pamela Carlin started out firing back is Doug Collins here Mister Collins I would like to say to you Sir that I read transcripts of every one of the witnesses I'm insulted by the suggestion that as a law professor I don't care about those facts fester Noah Feldman gave house Democrats exactly what they wanted president trump's conduct as described in the testimony and evidence clearly constitute impeachable high crimes and misdemeanors under the constitution the one Republican witness Jonathan Turley from George Washington University warn Congress about overstepping its authority president trump is back in Washington tonight after attending.
"mister collins" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"And my review of the evidence rather than here Mister Collins I would like to say to you Sir every one of the witnesses who appeared in the life hearing because I would not speak about these things without revealing the facts I'm insulted by the suggestion that as a law professor I don't care about those facts everything I read on those occasions tells me that when president trump invited into our involvement in the coming election he struck at the very least Republic to which we pledge allegiance there you have another one I'm probably the most hysterical of all the lawyers today are professors I should say I don't know how many them have lotteries professors on Capitol Hill this tear down from efforts and got a note that she has problems with reading comprehension it seems saying the president demanded foreign interference that's just that's just taking words and then pretending words mean things other than those words mean that's all she's doing the president did not demands and the present did certainly not demand foreign interference this is only possible if you take this expansive definition of things like foreign interference to be anything that would be good for trump and bad for Democrats that's not foreign interference in the election this is absurd bonkers well this is where we are but I want to switch gears here for second I we talked a lot about the nonsense going on Capitol Hill in all of the Democrat hysterics around how the president's the worst president ever and the most clearly it impeach were impeachment worthy and all this other stuff born in a you know were there is real foreign interference it isn't going on the United States in Iran now you won't see much news coverage of this is much more important to have these wannabe MSNBC pundits telling you that the worst day the for the greatest fear of the founding fathers was Donald Trump I think they have that quite backwards by the way but Zatch much more important to most of media than for example what seems to be the beginnings of the greatest challenge to the Iranian mullahs to that Fiachra she and kleptocracy in Iran in forty years which is going on right now gas prices there have spikes the economy is in bad shape it has been contracting they are in recession and the next year's recession is expected to be even worse and the Iranian people are fed up so they have been protesting they've been protesting in such numbers that the Ronnie in Saugus the the regime's own version of the the brown shirts that go around beating people and shutting down dissent in they I have killed at least two hundred people looks like a more like three hundred here when they finally start when when they look at the body count as of today opening fire on demonstrators live fire bullets just just mowing down protesters in different places across the country and as you know you'll have to kill a lot of protesters who are peacefully expressing their feelings on something in public before other protesters get scared so killing a few hundred protesters is meant to shut this whole thing down but you have a a a a hike in fuel prices about fifty percent over the last month you have hundreds of protesters killed and here's what's and this was a core a fantastic piece today in the New York Post on this issue from Lille Leibovitz while Arron right now is perhaps closer than ever before to ousting the authoritarian the the fascistic Morlock Chrissy that's in place here's what the so called geniuses in our media the policy experts in our media were saying quote writing forever here times Tehran corresponded Thomas bird bring described a nation standing behind its government braving a drenching rain he wrote Iranians came out in droves to March up revolution street to the capital's freedom monument for a huge state back rally commemorating the fortieth anniversary of the Islamic revolution brink also describe Iranians parading effigies of trump but a reader we get a little sense a little sense of.
"mister collins" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Table is approved the role close requested the clerk will call the roll Mister Nadler hi Mister now their votes I'm as software in this locker again a matter of some numbers here Republican shop there alternative narrative and focus on a whistle blower believed to be in the intelligence community were first called attention facts that have since been bathrooms all swear Democrats and we can expect will prevail here by sheer matter of numbers because of Republicans on the committee Mr so all of us I Mister Lowe Mr livers I Mr Raskin hi Mister asking the times drive all Mister Abbas I missed having missed Emmons was I Mister Graham Mr Kravitz I miss Scanlon I missed cannabis I missed our CO his courtesy of a time Mister to goose Mr degrees but I missed it back hi miss make out the time Mister Stanton hi Mister Stanton those I miss teen hi misty Rowe times because of how I miss because of how the dinosaurs go are high it's as if I was I Mister Collins Mister Sensenbrenner Mr shot it Mr Savitz no Mister Gomer Mr Gomer votes no Mister Jordan has the complete this roll call summarized about heard from for legal scholars three called by Democrats have said the president of views right office one set of president has doubled down on violating the four scholar called by Republicans Jonathan Turley just told us that there is an incomplete and inadequate record insufficient for him Mister Biggs there's no Mister McClintock to make contact with no miss Lasko now ms let's go with no Mister Russian dollar now Mr Russian dollar votes no Mister Klein no Mr Klein votes no Mister Armstrong Mister Armstrong those no Mr Stevie Mr Stevie of us now as everyone voted who wishes to vote as chairman of our record Mr calling you're not recorded no Mister Collins that's no is there anyone else who wishes to vote Mister chairman how my record Mister Sensenbrenner you're not recorded no Mister Sensenbrenner votes no he when else the clerk will report not really much suspense here but this is democracy in action the majority rules we'll find out what the majority is here momentarily and then presumably move on to pressure the motions are questioning what's going to have to examine there are twenty four eyes in seventeen knows the witness the motion fables adopted we will now proceed to the first round of questions pursuant to H. resolution to house resolution six sixty and its accompanying Judiciary Committee procedures they'll be forty five minutes of questions conducted by the chairman or majority counsel followed by forty five minutes for the ranking member or minority counsel only the chair and ranking member their respective councils may question witnesses during this period following that unless I specify additional equal time for extended questioning we'll proceed under the five minute rule and every member will have the chance to ask questions I now recognize myself in the first round of questions investors thank you for being here today the committee has been just as the chair of the house Judiciary Committee Jerry Nadler question it has about forty five minutes for high society will be shared between him and the democratic counsel on this norm I sent to ensuring that today's hearing as well as the larger responsibility before us are grounded in the constitution intelligence committee's report concluded that the president pressured a foreign leader to interfere in our elections by initiating and announcing investigations into president trump's political adversaries he then sought to prevent Congress from investigating his conduct by ordering his administration and everyone in it to defy house subpoenas professor Carlin as you said the right to vote is the most precious legal right we have in this country is the president's conduct in danger that right yes Mister chairman it does thank you and how does it do so the way that it does it is exactly what president Washington warned about by inviting a foreign government to influence our elections it takes the right away from the American people and it turns that into a right that foreign governments decide to interfere for their own benefit from governments don't interfere in our elections to benefit us they intervene to benefit themselves thank you professor Gerhard you have written extensively about our system of checks and balances what happens to that system when the president undertakes a blockade of congress' impeachment inquiry when you order is all witnesses not to testify and what is our recourse our president does that a separation of powers means nothing the subpoenas that have been issued of course unlawful orders in our law schools we we teach our students this is an easy straightforward situation you comply with the law lords all the time have to comply with subpoenas but in this situation the full scale obstruction full scale obstruction those subpoenas I think torpedoes separation of powers and therefore your only recourse is to assess protect your institutional prerogatives never include impeachment and the same is true of a of a book of of defying congressional subpoenas on a wholesale basis with respect to oversight not just a movie to me absolutely yes Sir thank you are the visit Feldman is I understand that the framers intended impeachment to be used infrequently not as punishment but to save a democracy from threats so significant that we cannot wait for the next election in your testimony you suggest that we face that kind of threat can you explain why you think impeachment is the appropriate records here why we can't wait for the next election those are two questions if you want to be the framers reserved impeachment for situations where the president abused his office that is used it for his personal advantage and in particular they were specifically worried about a situation where the president used his office to facilitate corruptly his own reelection that's in fact why they thought they needed impeachment and why waiting for the next election wasn't good enough on the fact that we have before the house right now the president solicited assistance from a foreign government in order to assist his own reelection that is to use the power of his office but no one else could possibly have use in order to gain personal advantage for oneself distorting the election and that's precisely what the framers anticipated thank you very much and I I now yield the remainder of my time to Mr eyes and for counsel questions answers good morning thank you for being here this is Norman I said that experience democratic lawyer who now works for the high crimes and misdemeanors that were mentioned in the opening statements abuse of power and bribery obstruction of Congress and obstruction of justice Vester Feldman what is abuse of power abuse of power it is when the president uses his office takes an action that is part of the presidency not to serve the public interest but to serve his private benefit and in particular it's an abuse of power if he does it to facilitate his reelection were to gain an advantage that is not available to anyone who was not the president Sir why is that impeachable conduct if the president uses his office for personal gain the only recourse available under the constitution is for him to be impeached because the president cannot be as a practical matter charged criminally while he is in office because the department of justice works for the president to the only mechanism available for a president who tries to distort the electoral process for personal gain is to impeach him that is why we have impeachment professor Karlan do scholars of impeachment generally agreed that abuse of power is an impeachable offense yes they do Vester Gerhard do you agree that abuse of power is impeachable yes Sir I'd like to focus the panel on the evidence they considered and the findings in the intelligence committee report that the president solicited the interference of a foreign government Ukraine in the twenty twenty U. S. presidential election press professor Feldman did president trump commit the impeachable high crime and misdemeanor of abuse of power based on that evidence and those findings based on that evidence in those findings the president did commit an impeachable abuse of office professor Karlan same question same answer and professor Gerhard did president trump commit the impeachable high crime and misdemeanor of abuse of power we three are unanimous yes professor Feldman I'd like to quickly look at the evidence and the report on July twenty fifth president trump told the president of Ukraine and I quote I would like you to do us a favor though and he asked about looking into the bidens was the memorandum of that call it relevant to your opinion that the president committed abuse of power the memorandum of that call between the two presidents is absolutely crucial to the determination to my determination that the president abused his office and did you consider the findings of fact that the intelligence committee made including that and again I quote the president withheld official acts of value to Ukraine and condition their fulfillment on actions by Ukraine that would benefit his personal political interests yes in making the determination that the president committed impeachable offense I relied on the evidence that was for the house and the testimony and then when this report was issued I continue to rely on that Sir did you review the following testimony from our ambassador to Ukraine ambassador William Taylor to withhold that systems for no good reason other than help with the political campaign make no sense it was it was counterproductive all of what we have been trying to do it was illogical it could not be explained it was crazy yes that evidence under scored the way that the president's actions under cut national security professor Feldman would you please explain why you concluded that the president committed the high crime of abuse of power and why it matters the abuse of power occurs when the president uses his office for personal advantage or game that matters fundamentally to the American people because if we cannot impeach a president who abuses his office for personal advantage we no longer live in a democracy we live in a monarchy or we live under a dictatorship that's why the framers created the possibility of impeachment now at professor Karlan this high crime and misdemeanor of abuse of power was it some kind of loose or undefined concept to the founders of our country and the framers of our constitution no I don't think it was an abuse it was a loose concept at all it had a long lineage in the common law in England of parliamentary E. treatments of lower level officers obviously they had not talked about impeaching as you've heard earlier the king or the like am and can you share a little bit about that lineage please yes so the you know the in the in the parliament in England impeach officers of the crown when those people abuse their power and if I could give you one example that might be a little helpful here right after the restoration of the king king trip in the in England ought there was an impeachment and you know when they impeach somebody had to say what were they impeaching him for so sometimes it be wimpy check him for treason or the like and sometimes they would use the phrase high crime or misdemeanor and there was an impeachment of Viscount Morton which is a great name to have but Viscount mordant and he was impeached because he was the sheriff of Windsor and as the parliamentary election was coming off he arrested William Taylor and I just want to read to you from the article of impeachment in front of the in front of the also house of Commons because it so telling here's what article one of the impeachment said it said understanding that one William Taylor did intend to stand for the election of one of the burgesses of the.
"mister collins" Discussed on WTVN
"Very much for listening to the mark laser show I'd like to welcome in part of the staff of the Franklin County sheriff's office thank you share Baldwin and your staff for what you do on that staff chief Jim Gilbert and chief welcome to the mark blazer show thanks for having me on mark all right so the Franklin County sheriff's office in a a high speed chase that ended in a crash may have violated policy it was high speeds I I actually read ninety four miles an hour on soul of an Avenue and what is the situation with this right now there's a minister review taking place related to the incident on November the eleventh that occurred about one fifty five PM on the west side whatever deputies are ran a license plate of the vehicle in front of him although the vehicle he saw for him was a black Ford F. one fifty pickup truck in the place were coming back on eight Acura so he was initiating a traffic stop based on plates to another vehicle in order to investigate further to determine whether or not the vehicle stolen or what the issue was related to the plate violation that vehicle did not stop they pursued started in the area of eastbound sold an Avenue from George's bill road speeds it was being err on the radio is reaching eighty miles an hour upon initial review of the cruiser video from that cruiser the GPS system inside the cruiser actually shows that speak up to a one point ninety four miles an hour and then came back down a supervisor was in the area at the sanity of the initial traffic stop he became the secondary during the pursuit under our pursuit guidelines and policies he relinquished monitoring of that pursuit to an another surprise that was on duty the pursuit lasted about five minutes it ended its solvent in Glenwood Avenue and and a crash that occurred involving minor injuries the suspect Mister Collins is is currently and the Franklin County jail he's facing numerous felony charges we're seeking indictments.