19 Burst results for "Mister Jones"

"mister jones" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

01:51 min | Last month

"mister jones" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Someone on the video talking over the video just saying that we were doing things that we weren't supposed to do just lying throughout the video, and that's when I first found out about it. And were there social media posts that they showed you responding to those false claims? Well, when I saw the video of course the first thing that I said was like, why? Why are they doing this? What's going on? And they, you know, just told me that Trump and his allies were not satisfied with the outcome of the election and they were getting a lot of threats and being harassed online and asked me, you know, have I been receiving anything and I need to check on my mom. And I told them, you know, I was like, where, where have they, you know, where have you been getting these threats? I don't believe I have any. And mister Jones told me there are attacking his Facebook and I don't really use Facebook. I have one. So I went to the Facebook app and I'm just kind of panicky at this point 'cause this is never happened to me and my mom is involved. I'm like, her only child, so I'm just asking, where are the messages? All I see is the fees, like how do you get to the messages and he said, it's another icon on your phone that says messenger. And I went to that icon and it

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"mister jones" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

06:44 min | 4 months ago

"mister jones" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"So that's why I'm explaining that. And so this third category where time and time again, Alex Jones was InfoWars LLC and free speech systems I will see were served with deposition requests to produce corporate witnesses, knowledgeable about the following topics. And the witnesses they produced were not, in fact, knowledgeable about the following topics. So you'd show up at the deposition and say, hey, you were produced to describe the editorial system at InfoWars. What do you know about that? I don't know anything about that. And if you do that enough times, the court will issue a series of sterner and sterner, more sternly worded crunchwraps. But at the end of the day, the court has one more item in its arsenal beyond sternly worded crunchwraps, and that is the power to hold you in contempt. The power to issue inherent sanctions, which is closely related. And so on November 15th of 2021, and the Connecticut case, the court reached its breaking point. This is we'll link the ruling in the show notes, but beginning of page 15, the court said the Jones defendants were not just careless in discovery. Their failure to produce critical documents, their disregard for the discovery process and procedure and for court orders is a pattern of obstructive conduct that interferes with the ability of the plaintiffs to conduct meaningful discovery and prevents the plaintiffs from meaningfully prosecuting their claims. The court held off on scheduling this sanctions hearing in the hopes that many of these problems would be corrected and the Jones defendants would ultimately comply with their discovery obligations and numerous court orders and they have not. Is this a different one than the one we already covered? Nope. This is the same one we've covered. We've covered. So the court says, look, so I'm at the end of my rope here. This is not meant to be punishment. I'm entering a judgment against the defendants on the issue of liability because nothing else I can do is going to get them to comply. And so then the judge says, look, we will now proceed to trial on damages alone. And that's what has been in the background of the Connecticut case has been the attempt to depose Alex Jones to get him to come in to talk about the elements that are relevant to, for example, intentional infliction of emotional distress. How do we calculate those damages that the plaintiffs are due? Well, we need to figure out two different things. Number one, we need to figure out how much money Alex Jones and InfoWars has. And number two, we need to figure out if they also engaged in bad faith and thus punitive damages are appropriate. So limited purpose depositions. We're not litigating liability. Those were the things Alex Jones tried to postpone and not sit for and had to post $75,000 in bonds that we've covered. We mentioned that last week that Alex Jones said he had purged his contempt and therefore he wants his $75,000 back. The plaintiffs filed a very interesting response to that brief and they said, the courts contempt finds were effective. Mister Jones sat for his deposition on April 5th to 6th. However, mister Jones contempt for fairness and this court's authority continues. Mister Jones is now abusing the court's protective order by designating the entire deposition as confidential, even as he is and his attorney, norm Pettis, publicly disclosed their version of what happened at his deposition in a cynical effort to shape public opinion around his false claim that this litigation is part of a larger plot to attack the First Amendment. That seems like a crazy thing to write in a court document, but it's absolutely true. And so here's what Alex Jones did. There was a protective order. We've talked about protective orders being used to keep documents confidential in litigation in the parties will agree to those things. And that that involves information that does not rise to the level of privilege, but that nevertheless you could agree for purposes of litigation will not be disclosed to the public. So examples of that might be medical information regarding any party. You would say, look, you would redact out if a document contains someone's social security number. That's not privileged, but there's no reason for the public to know and maybe facilitate somebody conducting identity fraud. And also business secrets. We've done the classic example of, you know, if there's litigation on infringement on Kentucky fried chicken's 11 secret herbs and spices, and they disclosing it would say, all right, we're going to keep that one confidential. Jones, who since we've broken down depositions in this case, has previously allowed his depositions to be made publicly available because he carries an InfoWars film crew around with him and gets a copy of the depot when it's done, has never taken this position before. Instead, what he did was after this deposition said, okay, this entire depot was confidential, but I am going to go out immediately after both day one and day two and describe my version of the events of what happened at that deposition. So they were described as, quote, mister Jones described his deposition as just next level like a hallucination or something. They start out with demonizing me that I believe in a new world order and a global government. I find that easy to believe by the way. That true the response of the plaintiffs can not respond to this because mister Jones designated the transcript confidential. After describing at length why in his view, he is the true victim in this case, mister Jones stated that he had his attorney here to break down and talk about some of what happened today because people really want to know about this. So all of this was said public on the air on InfoWars. And then his lawyer norm pattis gets up and says, it was a long and difficult day. Alex was asked a series of questions, not as many of them about sandy hook as I would have expected. Sidebar, then you're a goddamn idiot norm badass because you know this is not about liability. This is about damages, but there were questions about events unrelated to sandy hook. And it's tricky as broad wholesale attack on mister Jones and InfoWars questioning of narratives. It struck me that the attack here was not out on behalf of the parents of sandy hook, but on behalf of people far, far different. I heard questions about a reporter, a former reporter, Alex wasn't perfect today, but he did a good job. And again, the argument is that Alex Jones is using that protective order as a sword and a shield well known sort of you can add that to your belts and suspenders, right? Yeah, I was gonna say, normally isn't cool to like, okay, we're keeping something confidential, but I'm gonna go out and characterize it how I want. Brad normally doesn't work out. Exactly right, because that's a waiver of the confidentiality provisions. That's absolutely the case..

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"mister jones" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

06:59 min | 4 months ago

"mister jones" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"So, you know, that takes up a lot of those times. So, you know, he's not really going to be free until the 11th. And the court, as I said, denied that motion last night. Yeah, that's great. Look, pretty late Connecticut time. I said, it would be inappropriate for the plaintiffs to renotice a deposition of mister Jones that is now entirely up to mister Jones as to whether and when he will be deposed. He's in contempt of court, and in order to purge the contempt, it is incumbent upon him if he so desires to provide on two occasions a minimum of 24 hours notice of his attendance at a weekday deposition at the office of plaintiff's council in Bridgeport and to actually sit for the depositions. He does counsel our expected to conduct the depositions if they get 24 hours notice. As such, the order stance. You love to see it. So today, Alex Jones moved for an emergency stay while he appeals to the Connecticut Supreme Court. This is a joke. And this is what I've said will probably be denied by the time that we record the show. I love that this judge is just like cancel all my other appointments. Immediately deny whatever this Bozo asshole who, you know, again, let us not forget how disgusting the behavior at the center of this is. You know, lying about children, victims of a shooting were actors. You know, it's just a truly disgusting, couldn't happen to a worse person. So that's great. And I love this judge, whoever they are. They've got Andrews dedication to document documents here. Well done. I love it. So you might be asking, how on earth can Alex Jones appeal to the Connecticut Supreme Court? And the answer is not well. There is a law. It is Connecticut general statute 52 6 5 a and subsection a of that law says any party to an action who is aggrieved by an order or decision of the superior court. Okay, that's Alex Jones. He is definitely aggrieved by this order. In an action which meets these two standards, involves a matter of substantial public interest and in which delay may work a substantial injustice may appeal from this section from the order or decision to the Supreme Court within two weeks of the date on the issuance of the order of decision. The appeal shall state the question of law on which it is based. So they've said, look, we're going to use this statute. We're going to apply to the Connecticut Supreme Court and they're going to strike down this nonsense order of yours. You just heard the two standards, their argument is a joke. You might be thinking that this doesn't seem to present a matter of substantial public interest at all. It's certainly interesting to Alex Jones. Yeah, right. And it is interesting to the public in that we care about this particular defendant, but when you say matter of substantial public interest, what you mean is a principle of law that affects a large number of people. Yeah. Who among us hasn't avoided a deposition for months and months and months after making lies about lies about children being actors who were killed in the shooting. Oh, among us. So Alex Jones's argument is the court's order conflicts with clearly established Connecticut Supreme Court precedent that prohibit a court imposing civil contempt sanctions from relying on the representations of counsel in indirect contempt proceedings with a citation to a case called puff versus puff, two 22, a third, four 93, 2020 Connecticut Supreme Court case. Puff also places the burden of establishing contempt on the party seeking an order of contempt, the plaintiff's unequivocally sought to carry this burden by representations of counsel and the court improperly shifted the burden to mister Jones to prove why he should not be held in contempt without requiring the plaintiffs to first carry their burden. This argument, I get it, there's some legalese so I want to unpack it because this argument is the dumbest thing I have seen in print in this case. And we've just been through an awful lot of dumb stuff, right? So here's what puff actually says. And in puff the question was, there was a party that the court ordered to go get a legal opinion letter on the legality of a particular transaction. That letter got lost multiple years later, and the court was like, well, did he ever get the letter? And opposing counsel was like, I don't think so. And the court was like, okay, well then I'm imposing sanctions. And the court says this. It conducting the Connecticut Supreme Court, then said this about what the trial court did. In conducting this review of the validity of the contempt order, we must be mindful of due process concerns that arise in cases of indirect contempt, IE, where the court has not personally observed the contempt. And the absence of an admission of contempt indirect contempt must be proven by clear and convincing evidence. And that makes total sense, right? You would not. So then the question is, is Alex Jones's contempt in this case? A, I don't even know that it is indirect right now. The court has observed Alex Jones's counsels in open court. Right in front of saying I can see it. I can see the contempt. Yeah, no. He didn't sit for those depositions, right? That's the basis for the contempt order. The court said, I will find you in contempt of court if you do not sit for your deposition on March 24th. Then, at the hearing, counsel did Alex Jones sit for his deposition on March 24th. Nope. That does not seem to me to be indirect. Right, is the argument is Alex Jones saying like, how do you know I didn't? That is literally what this argument entails, right? That's what the puff case was about. It was, how do you know that he didn't go out and get that opinion letter? And you know, this was like 8 years ago and it was a dumb thing and people lost the letter and who knows. That's the basis. Those are the due process concerns that the court cares about. How do you know that I didn't? Well, how do we know that Alex Jones did, in addition to his lawyers at mitigate an open court, his lawyers showed up at the depositions in Texas and when he didn't? And noted their appearance for the record. You bet because they're not going to they don't want to get sanctioned. They don't want to get sanctioned. Right, that's right. And so those transcripts by the court reporter have been admitted into evidence in which norm pattis says I think it's pretty clear that Alex Jones has no intention of being here today and isn't going to be here tomorrow. So there is no pressing legal question to solve. There is no dispute of clear Connecticut law. There is Alex Jones is desperate not to show up for his deposition and is now filed a last ditch stupid Hail Mary to the Supreme Court..

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Eric and James O'Keefe on What We Can Learn From 'Mr. Jones'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:36 min | 5 months ago

Eric and James O'Keefe on What We Can Learn From 'Mr. Jones'

"Welcome back folks. I'm talking to James O'Keefe founder of project veritas, author of the new book American muckraker rethinking journalism for the 21st century. So James, I was just referring to this film mister Jones, which talks about Gareth Jones, a Welsh journalist who sees in Soviet Russia in the Soviet Union in the early 30s. What Stalin is doing, which is evil with a capital E but the other journalists, most notably Walter duranty of The New York Times who won a Pulitzer Prize that's never been rescinded for effectively giving cover to Stalin's genocidal murderous regime. But I thought it's so incredible because what the story of the film shows is how one of these reporters, one of these journalists, Vanessa Kirby's character, initially she's basically said, I believe in this communist utopia. And I'm willing to look the other way for the greater good. She eventually changes. But it struck me that that's where Mary very many American journalists are today. They hate Trump so much or they hate something so much that they're willing to overlook the facts, the story. I mean, the most dramatic example for me was the Hunter Biden laptop. When that story got buried by everybody I thought I just feel like my country is dead. You don't have a country if you don't tell those stories. Well, that's true. And in this book, I write about this idea of in journalism. There's always been a tension between access and autonomy. So what I drew from the movie about Jones movie was a study of the potemkin village, so the guy had access to the Soviet Union, and he was being told these things. And these days, journalists, if not narrative Eric, they tend to relay what they're told by the powerful. They just relay it to you. Okay, here's what The Pentagon says. Here's what Putin is saying. Here's what this guy is saying. Well, that's not really journalism. That's more like public relations. So of course, I can't go to these fraudsters. Hi, I'm James O'Keefe. Tell me all the fraud you're committing. They'll never tell me the truth. So investigative journalism is what you really want. You want, okay, you're told X okay, I'm going to go try to disprove X by finding out why. That's not happening anymore. And the reason is not just politics and narrative, yes, that's some of it. It's also economics. It's expensive and it's difficult to challenge the company line or to challenge the government line. And you burn your access to the government. Right. The Biden administration will punish these

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"mister jones" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:33 min | 5 months ago

"mister jones" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Okay, well, what is the conservative movement actually accomplished in the last 30 years? What are the three branches of government gotten you? Okay, some say we get some federal judges who article three judges who support the constitution. Right. But I think you need, I think you need different counterweights. I think you need information. I think you need to see what's happening inside these places because I don't know how you're going to how you're going to change things unless you actually get people to agree. This is going on. This is what you're saying is beautiful and true. And I want to underscore it or see if I can. Say what you're saying in a different way. Right now, we've always known that that government is best, which governs least. So we know that in the best world, government can only do so much. We know that. And you've got to get people's hearts and minds. It's really about the culture. And I always say that conservatives, traditional Americans, Christians have sort of abdicated the culture to the left, which is why they've been able to infiltrate universities and other places with anti American Marxist culturally Marxist thinking, which is kind of anti truth. And so we have to, as you're saying, make an appeal to people and to say that your voice in the culture counts. And unless you do something, it really doesn't matter who we elect. There are leaders will be cowards, most of them will power down to whoever's in charge of the culture. Right. And that's the irony. I mean, that's really interesting question. It's about the culture stupid. It's not about the economy. It's about the culture stupid. There was a film that came out actually in 2019, but I only saw it recently called mister Jones. Have you seen this film? I did. You saw the film. Okay, I knew the director and yes kahal and she is just a brilliant, brilliant film director. And she grew up under communism. So she gets that story. And in mister Jones, not a family film. But she kind of tells a story about the 1930s. I thought, this is exactly what is happening right now. When we come back, I want to get into that, but it is just amazing the temptation that journalists face of getting in bed with power or telling the truth we'll be right.

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"mister jones" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:33 min | 6 months ago

"mister jones" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Okay, well, what is the conservative movement actually accomplished in the last 30 years? What are the three branches of government gotten you? Okay, some say we get some federal judges who article three judges who support the constitution. Right. But I think you need, I think you need different counterweights. I think you need information. I think you need to see what's happening inside these places because I don't know how you're going to how you're going to change things unless you actually get people to agree. This is going on. This is what you're saying is beautiful and true. And I want to underscore it or see if I can. Say what you're saying in a different way. Right now, we've always known that that government is best, which governs least. So we know that in the best world, government can only do so much. We know that. And you've got to get people's hearts and minds. It's really about the culture. And I always say that conservatives, traditional Americans, Christians have sort of abdicated the culture to the left, which is why they've been able to infiltrate universities and other places with anti American Marxist culturally Marxist thinking, which is kind of anti truth. And so we have to, as you're saying, make an appeal to people and to say that your voice in the culture counts. And unless you do something, it really doesn't matter who we elect. There are leaders will be cowards, most of them will power down to whoever is in charge of the culture. Right. And that's the irony. I mean, that's really interesting question. It's about the culture stupid. It's not about the economy. It's about the culture, stupid. There was a film that came out actually in 2019, but I only saw it recently called mister Jones. Have you seen this film? I did. You saw the film. Okay, I knew the director and Jessica Holland, she's just a brilliant, brilliant film director. And she grew up under communism. So she gets that story. And in mister Jones, not a family film. But she kind of tells a story about the 1930s. I thought, this is exactly what is happening right now. When we come back, I want to get into that, but it is just amazing the temptation that journalists face of getting in bed with power or telling the truth will be right back.

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"mister jones" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

04:36 min | 6 months ago

"mister jones" Discussed on Cinemavino

"I have no comprehension of what it would be like to deal with being in high school and having TikTok. Or having like you say all this modern crap that's out there. Can you imagine if you could like FaceTime a girl that you were talking to? Yeah. When you were in high school? Well, imagine it this way. It's like late 90s. You call a girl's house. You call her house. You had to talk to her dad and say, hi, mister Jones. Katie there. I talked to Amanda..

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Eric and Larry Taunton Discuss New Film 'Mr. Jones'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:53 min | 6 months ago

Eric and Larry Taunton Discuss New Film 'Mr. Jones'

"To ask you, have you seen a film called mister Jones? And Jessica Holland was a director. I have. I saw it last night with Suzanne, and I thought, I didn't anticipate that it would be particularly good or interesting. I certainly didn't anticipate that it would speak to where we are today, it's not a film for the whole family. There's some nudity and stuff. But what a brilliant film and what an indictment of the left leaning non journalists at The New York Times and at other places, willing to promote a narrative that is nothing less than evil. I was astonished that I hadn't heard more of the film before because it really speaks to where we are today, how the journalists have the sacred role and if they abdicate millions die, let's just say it that way. Well, interestingly enough, Eric, one of the first articles I ever published was telling that particular story long before this film was made. A piece that is titled a famine of truth. And what the film doesn't tell you, some of the backstory, this deals with stalinist Russia for our listeners today and George Bernard Shaw, who was a radical communist. George Bernard Shaw was invited on a tour of stalinist Russia in 1931 and he came back and he said that Stalin had created the nearest thing to a society had Christ returned to earth. This was a kind of language that he was using. And when he was asked about the people that Stalin was killing the purges, collectivization, this kind of thing. He said, well, yes, but he's killing the right people. Well, another man went to Russia at the same time, and that was Malcolm munger ridge. Malcolm mugridge was, you know, had had roots to the Fabian society. He was a socialist. He was an atheist. He and his wife moved there free love all this kind of stuff. They bought into the socialist lie, the way many young people are in this country today. But it least mugger ridge was intellectually honest. And he began hearing stories of a great famine in the Ukraine. And they weren't allowed to go there, but mugger got away from his NKVD that is to say the KGB handlers of that era. And he went to Ukraine. And they're in Ukraine. He saw millions starving to death, cannibalizing one another. And this was, by the way, a state engineered famine. It was a false famine. It was one that was brought about deliberately by the state. And we're moving in that kind of direction. By the

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"mister jones" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 8 months ago

"mister jones" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Quick check on some of the stats than the dead And I think the savagery warning I mean look at the start of the week Boris Johnson warned in the United Kingdom that there was going to be a wave a massive wave inviting people to work from home Sox different people in London telling their staff to work from home Now we've got this latest line use of overnight and inevitability of the UK health adviser saying that the surge in admissions is nailed on And this is this is the critical point This is about the break points in health systems The new COVID-19 strain is proving phenomenal and moving at a phenomenal pace according to Chris witty He's the man that stands up every night at home in the UK and gives the briefing or certainly did through the west of the pandemic But again it's all about the booster shot rollout and the vaccine coverage user Yeah that's what we're looking at here in terms of the percentage of population that will receive at least two doses This is a stark assessment And it means that the threat posed by immigrant comes on the day where we've seen these record number of cases It's going to raise further questions about the kind of steps that this government in the United Kingdom has been taking to tackle the variant And what did the national health service can withstand the surge that we've seen in infections It's a major blow There's also no doubt about that to this administration and the lack of support is something that's going to have longer term impact as well for mister Jones There's additional restrictions coming in South Korea limiting gatherings You've got Canada and vising residents there to avoid non-essential travel So again you're at record infections in the UK We'll discuss through the next 30 minutes on day rate Middle East This is Bloomberg.

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"mister jones" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:50 min | 9 months ago

"mister jones" 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.

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"mister jones" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"mister jones" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Contribute to the death of Mister Jones Floyd is against the values of the insert of integrity service and pride that the men and women of the Illinois state police hold so dearly on a personal note I would like to say that as a black man the tragic death a total disregard for life in regards to Mr George Floyd has heard me extremely as a law enforcement officer I am ashamed that this type of lawful act that occurred on that day towards Mr George floored by one of a law enforcement officer that I the professor that I hold dearly has also heard be extremely the ISP supports the peaceful protest there are curry across the nation that across the state of Illinois for members of our communities who want their voices heard we're also committed to protecting the fundamental rights of life and property over the course of the past few days buys three has been working in conjunction with Chicago police department bill alarm forced law enforcement alarm system yes well our National Guard a part of transportation to ensure that the safety of the public is our first priority over the weekend and it's it's a day by Israel's probably assisted our various law enforcement partners across the state who also share our mission of public safety cloning strongpoints department police department down as well please department Oakland police department north riverside police department evergreen park police department Joliet police department cal you met city as in police department Rochelle police department Rockford police department Freeport police department a police department Carbondale police department and a host of other local police departments we remain committed to restoring the lives and the rights of Illinois as are protected due to this guy's free will bring an additional officers from outside the eyes three divisions are patrol from our various other divisions including the visit of justice services their views are probably best suggestion there is a forensic services and their views are internal investigations to name a few to support this mission I would like to thank our troopers across the state for their hard work they will lose their health therefore the professionalism that they displayed not only over the weekend but each time they put on their uniforms I would like to end my urging the public across this great state George rest their voice in a peaceful nonviolent manner we are listening right now I want to bring government closer back to the policy of course thank you very much I have been taking questions from members of media governor good afternoon this morning president trump got on a conference call with governors he had choice words calling governors a week they need to be much tougher that states are being over rated and you're making yourself look like fools how much I've been made this morning that he said the governors that you have to dominate first of all what was your take away from that conversation and what was your interpretation of when the president said you have to dominate what you heard my reaction the truth is that thing the president has fanned the flames I instead of bringing peace and calm it is usually the job of the president to stand up in these circumstances and try to bring down the temperature that's not what this president does and so I felt you know after many minutes on that call I mean I think we were on that call for forty minutes hearing him you know express what I found to be inflammatory rhetoric and then I heard other governors get on and not call it out and so I spoke out and felt that was my obligation I wish that the president would hold his words I wish he would if you can't say something that is going to help us across the nation to bring the temperature down then he shouldn't say anything at all yesterday you approve the National Guard in Chicago in a limited role as you will discuss what is going to take you know you've seen the images of looting not only in the city but you know in neighborhoods around Chicago what is it going to take for the national guard's role to be enhanced well as you see we are enhancing it we respond though to local law enforcement to local municipalities we were asked to play a limited role yesterday AT and then did so at the request of.

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"mister jones" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"mister jones" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Go out well I was thinking of buying this place to retire but I think it'd be cheaper to limit your let what's your limit why does a hundred grand thank you most of the guys you know I said you keep myself I don't bother making myself inconspicuous everybody in the joints on the watch tower because we shot this underground world through the cashiers were low and slow four sacks of thousand blockships making my cream I use hi my chapter twenty five grand any objections is that okay Mister Jones I'm calling with the payment process all round and round the little ball go fifty maybe next time let me just double play they read in the I'll stay with the numbers fifty thousand on fifteen eight so okay Joe difficult well it's your money instead of out of number I'm a whole twenty five grand your on fifteen one thing of your income taxes please spend those spread them out a little after six and look bad without what kind of a joint it is catching cover the bets okay your I don't want to see where the little ball one of the last I made a sign that the money taken to kill because one of them is a hundred grand it also made book you know I was following up the table and walked out of the club I braced myself for what usually comes next the a dead body in the car somebody would please my noggin with ASAP but nothing happened as much time I had my system but nobody even shot I flush the shrubbery no gun check the wires driving back to town I racked my brain for some way to bring them out in the mail and I felt like a man with his life savings on one number waiting for the reel to stop spinning which wasn't far from the truth not much of an investment in.

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"mister jones" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"mister jones" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Available to the applicant it can be a good thing because it pays for for things that Medicaid does it and if you already have a policy or if your loved one whom about whom you're worried already has a policy your golden you don't have to worry as much about that I mean depending on what the policy covers if not you know if you're a Mrs Jones case it it's probably too late to get that you're definitely going to be spending now the Medicaid will talk more about the long term care insurance on next week's show so let's let's go quickly back to Mister Jones and mom and you know here's like I said here's another reason it's good that Mr Jones called me and he was lucky to have an elder law attorney in his corner because I was help there to help Mr Jones and mom plan appropriately to spend down to Medicaid let me let me tell you a little bit about this Medicaid application and it's probably one of the longest applications you've ever seen it's a lot longer and seems more onerous than a mortgage application it's in Maryland it's about seventeen pages long and he is there's a manual in order to do so when when I'm when I'm working with a client I I keep two browsers open on my computer one of them has the Medicaid application the online Medicaid application and the other one has the Maryland Medicaid application manual because if I printed it out it will be several hundred pages and I'm just not gonna do that I can search back and forth what I need but there's also opinions and things like that that is that change eligibility criteria for individual so let me let me tell you a little bit about the kinds of information that you're going to need or your loved about your loved one when you're spending down in when you're replying you're gonna need your federal tax returns for the current year in the proceeding for years that's five years worth of federal tax returns and that includes all forms and schedules so if you've got schedule way or if you've got income that that it's not W. two income you know because you're an entrepreneur or whatever then you're gonna need all that as well unity bank and other financial statements on all accounts owned or co owned by the person applying for the current month that's a month of applications so that that for us is going to be March and then for the previous month in the last five years on the anniversary says five years worth of bank statements you need statements on retirement accounts you need statements on our accounts you're gonna need statements of stocks.

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"mister jones" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"mister jones" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Guilty Mister Jones Mister Jones guilty Mister Kane Mr came guilty Mister Kennedy not guilty Mister Kennedy not guilty Mister king Mister king guilty ms call of a char this club which are guilty Mr Lankford Mr lying for not guilty Mr Lahey Mr Lahey skill to Mister Lee not Mister Lee not guilty Mrs Leffler Mrs Leffler not guilty Mr mansion Mr mansion guilty Mister Markey Mister Markey guilty Mr McConnell not Mr McConnell not guilty missing Sally miss make Sally not guilty Mr Menendez Mister Menendez guilty Mr Markley Mr Markley guilty Mister Moran Mister Moran not guilty Mr Caskey with my Kawasaki not guilty Mr Murphy Mister Maher Fraser has been acquitted on Mrs mark the first article of impeachment with the thirty four threshold just being passed that's all they needed they're gonna get a lot more but with that we are asked acquittal on article one she Mister Peters young Mister Peters guilty as department Mr court men not guilty mystery to read guilty Mr rash Mr rash not guilty Mister Roberts hi Mister Roberts not guilty Mr Romney Mr Romney guilty miss Rosen miss Rosen guilty surrounds Mr rounds not guilty Mr Rubio Mr Rubio not guilty Mr Sanders go to Mister Sanders guilty Mister says Mister says not guilty Mr shots Mr shots guilty Mr Schumer Mr Schumer guilty Mister Scott of Florida Mister Scott of Florida not guilty Mister Scott of South Carolina Mister Scott of South Carolina not guilty Mister shaking this is shaking guilty Mr shelving Mister Shelby not guilty for cinema ms cinema ill T. miss Smith ms Smith guilty ms Stabenow.

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"mister jones" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"mister jones" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Guilty Mister Jones Mister Jones kill two other six more not guilty that's over came guilty Mister Kennedy not guilty of one Mister Kennedy not guilty Mister king Mister king guilty ms call of a char it's clever to five more no more half was too late now sterling now if your going for now Mr Lahey five more for guilty Mr early Mr Lee not guilty Mrs Leffler Mrs Leffler not guilty Mr mansion Remar Mr mansion guilty Mister Markey Mister Markey guilty Mr McConnell Mr McConnell not guilty mystic Sally this makes Sally not guilty German and as one more Mr Menendez guilty Mr Markley Mr Merkley guilty Mister Moran buster ran not guilty stop it Mr Caskey Stoppani ends didn't make it to the end house the alien acid sister Murphy Mister Murphy guilty this is mark Mrs Murray guilty Mister Paul Mister Paul rand right they're not France what a guy Mr Purdue not guilty Mister Peters Mister Peters guilty department of support man not how would you say there were none and how you were guilty Mr read Mr rash not guilty Roberts Roberts not guilty Mr Romney to run.

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"mister jones" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"mister jones" Discussed on KCRW

"Year Jones hip hop fellow at Harvard University Mister Jones better known as nas is a pre eminent artist in hip hop culture and in the history of the culture one of our benefactors some doubt the fellowship in the houses name for scholars and artists to come here to Harvard and do research on the culture not spoil matic that was a walking see any the best combination of Ron structure and the backdrop of a was J. Illmatic is the count of blue of our culture it is our miles Davis county everything comes back around nine thousand miles davis' trousers when a fire Kim is Bob Dylan Lauren hill is Nina Simone Jay Z. as Frank Sinatra it makes perfect in hip hop knowledge is the equalizer in the world I have access to knowledge if I know how to interpret ideas I have power and strength and can represent myself my family my community I've seen the forty something year old man be brought to tears when they see the collections that we have they say finally somebody's taking note of what we did my name is Lauren prominence I'm a senior in the college this is my third year working at the hiphop archive I've seen twelve year old kids as they look around in this archival space there's a moment of shock but also have pride that wow this is something I've always been a part of its behind these glass cases adults talking about it really seriously which one is your jobs how do you feel the creation of the scholarship will inspire other audiences to promote this culture we think not that's gonna make them want to appreciate the culture is starting open a lane in America they start to want to see other American stores and I think that the keepers as the ones who are on the ground right now we're collecting the era when this I. guys the spirit demo bottling it up for generations that will never see I'm trying to keep the torch lit that was passed from tried been Pete rock and Lauren and Queen Latifah that was passed to them from James Brown Marvin Gaye and Stevie Dan I see a lot of young people come to town they see all this history and it just makes them take more more quality water to them they become the keepers I mean this could be the seat back in the days when I was a teen ager before I had status symbol full I had a page of the abstract and listening to hip hop up pops just the same it reminded him of a possible Daddy don't you know that things go in cycles we the Bobby brown is just like Michael it's thanks to all at the hip hop archives and research center for letting us into your crates and static Saudi get a mental picture of the black you're listening to the keepers from the kitchen sisters and PRX stories of citizen arquebus and culture keepers around the globe and Frances McDormand what do you keeping why and traveling library a project emerged out of president Franklin Roosevelt's new deal works progress administration during the depths of the depression in the nineteen thirties to provide employment in some of the most impoverished in remote areas of the country in the backwaters of Mississippi and Louisiana states without a system of paved roads floating librarians delivered books on small flatboat navigated with polls the Martian by in Kentucky in coal country books made their way to remote and isolated regions to the pack horse librarian project in nineteen thirty six the Kentucky WPA began to hire course librarians mostly women each carrier was given a section of county to cover and a set of route averaging a hundred and twenty miles a week the women carrying their books in pillowcases and saddlebags rode their horses creek beds rugged trails in the fence route eastern Kentucky zero around summer heat frozen winter delivering books to remote often wearing communities grace could deal Lucas wells farmer Kerry Lynch women signed up who had never worked outside the home before their income was often all they kept their families fed you're listening.

Mister Jones Harvard University
"mister jones" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"mister jones" Discussed on 710 WOR

"We are back and I'm happy to be with you I want to talk about a seventy four year old man this man three years ago we walked in is in our office he had multiple medical problems he had a no bleeding a difficulty with urination and he came for a check up he came for a check up because he's fearful about having cancer and I examined and we have a history of god he never smoked at no cost but he had this a no bleeding and the recommended of course to have a colonoscopy and I examined him we did some tests that we found that he had blood in the urine well word is blood in the urine come from well if it's a cancer can come from the kidney or the your order or the bladder or the urethra thought everyone with blood in the urine has cancer suburban factions above no known cause so this man we check them out and we found in fact that he had a mass on the kidney and we offer them a biopsy new usually most commonly with kidney masses or kidney presumed cancers most surgeons is cut out that kidney they just take that person to the operating room and do a radical removal of the kidney well this is a man that came here first and he heard about surgery we talked about surgery but he wanted take things in a logical progression he had the blood of the year and double check that we got a scan of his body we found a mass in his kidney and then we offer them all those options and he said well doctor leader men wouldn't be best to have a biopsy of my kidney because of biopsy so easy and safe and I said yes a biopsy is very easy and safe and I encourage people whenever they wish and whenever practical to consider getting a biopsy got a biopsy I can take about ten percent of the people that we do biopsies of the kidney show no cancers sold imagine all those people that have their kidney removed for no cancer was a certain set out to say a surgeon takes a person to operating removes or a kidney and next day comes and says Hey Mister Jones we have good news for you there was no cancer in your kidney well Mister Jones is probably thinking Hey man you took out my kidney for no reason I know there's a reason why.

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"mister jones" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"mister jones" Discussed on 600 WREC

"He had a three step plan that was refinances mortgage pay off the highest part of the interest rate debts get that off of his plate down to a very affordable fixed rates not absorbent right very low rate and then whatever was left systematically he was paying using that seven hundred fifty dollars a month to pay out the rest of that high interest rate that the third step in Mister Jones plan was then once he got rid of all that that it was going to be over a thousand dollars a month Leslie was having to pay out he was gonna turn around and start paying that extra on his mortgage okay so that he could still get his mortgage paid off in a very short time and at least he could enjoy it during his during his retirement not having a mortgage so that was Mister Jones story so we covered one about renovation repair loans we covered now Mister John story about how he didn't buy a house he just restructure the debt in really got him out of the hole and back into a no debt situation and the in a short term a few years not just being settled up with it for the rest of his life the third story I want to share is ways that you can finance renovations on a simple mortgage without all the extra cost that we talked about all naturalization repair I want to share another story with you about Derek Denison not his real name of course but Derek was a hard working professional who was spending way too much time at work and not at home with his wife and he had younger children the Denison so wanted to make some improvements to their home that would bring them together as a family more often because there was no way he could to stop working overtime okay the end his situation couldn't to stop so he said look in the time I have I wanna make my house work for us I don't want to buy a new home or in the school district we want we want this house work for us they wanted they started out by opening up the kitchen area to allow them to all be in the same room while they were eating and doing other activities because the kitchen was right next to like the living room area where the TV was and some of the games and stuff so they were gonna kick the wall out in the in the kitchen okay then they wanted to put in a nice gun night pool with a deck and extend that patio by building a covered area for grilling outside and doing things close to the pool with the pool in the Deccan extended patio the Dennison's could grill out or sit and read the paper while the kids swim in the pool with their friends they could be in the kitchen while the kids were playing games in the living room and still feel like they were all in the same room perfect it was a brilliant plan to squeeze in more family time and like that every moment count but here's a challenge it was gonna cost seventy five thousand dollars and they were gonna go get a home equity line but it was gonna be a variable rate missed innocent said no we are not doing that that is a budget buster something could not do it equity line the denizens explored a number ways to try to get their money to complete the renovations on their home what we ended up doing was a cash out refinance on their home so that all the whole amount of the seventy five thousand we added into the loan they had enough value to do that so we refinance that they have won you know fixed rate mortgage stable with the cash out they were able to fund their improvements not only did they have up something that was within their budget fixed and stable but they were able to spend more time with each other so that was a success story got a lot of success success stories from a.

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"mister jones" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"mister jones" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Me about your your time here what did you think of the restaurant all it's a wonderful place wonderful people to work for there are sweet people all of them Mister Jones in the Joneses the girls and boys they all just like family to me like you know because I know is is there a group of gun owners matches are good I called all my buddies are like no no there is and I thought I'd get over here and find a spot mark a lot I'm wrong part two blocks away and then Medigap walked in and had never been here before so the nachos and real but anyway I've been coming here for over thirty years it's always been good using that you've been coming here for how long now over thirty years and it's always been consistent coming your senior user workers don't call you because talk to you David was always here but you know also almost as excited an awesome anymore Frisco now patio the new user drop and it's and it's a it's a shame I you can hear the sadness in their voice on time customers some building I'm Feelin you know the food is good I have to say it's more about family it was more when we would go and I've been going for forty years we would go because Hey let's go see David Willis we want to see David Joe supporting once a Renee the common thread between all these iconic restaurants that are shutting down is it's it's it's a great place.

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