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"mr coats" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands

Walking the Shadowlands

04:47 min | 6 months ago

"mr coats" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands

"The fifth setting make the slaves in all kinds of ways it makes us very prone to tyrannical. Autocratic governments and I would suggest missing a little bit of that. In twenty. Twenty. There's another aspect that really excites me about this though because inferences you read the mine account talks about on downgrading so that we can be managed what that story says this isn't the POPO. But ancestors upgraded to a point where they were able to do a little bit than we can where they could see things be on their immediate environment they could remote view they. They had better telepathy because of all that they were able to self heal that. And then all that gets downgraded. While the traditions that have curated, these stories of our origins also curated mystical dramatic practices all aimed at switching those abilities back on. At the thing that made me. Rediscover that because of always been interested in system. But I rediscovered that and that aspect. By probing a topic cooled acquired several syndrome. Now this has nothing to do with mythologies Ryan Festival narrative. This is contemporary for signs and acquired Savak Syndrome is what happens when a person sustains a brain injury will has a central nervous system. A stroke or blow to the head. When they emerge from the injury they have. Extended abilities, they have enhanced cognitive abilities. So just out on the road for me Tour de Mon.. Car Crash was in coma for week and he emerged from that emerge speaking mandarin and fob better than it ever been able to speak it before. There was a guy who struck by lightning. All of a sudden had musical abilities. He never had before now writes music and performs concerts. There was a lady who was artist who asked her brain was suffering from dementia, all her artistic abilities lifting lifting lifting, and there was sedating scientific blind study done on to confirm. That was what was happening when that was studied as it is by peer reviewed scientists around the world the later the project was Dr Drago and I think it was Darryl Trumpet. There's some top scholars studying it. The language they use is fascinating in that case of the artists they said, it appears to be this inhibition off the grains visual systems. Senate. Will Besson his that and says watering hypnotise doing in our brains. The by accident could be switched off and suddenly cleverer. That's the patent of acquired seven syndrome is absolutely baffling to scientists. They could see it happening. They can't explain it very honest. Asking the questions. How is it that our brains have advanced cognitive abilities in the opposition? They ask, is it possible to switch the lawn without a brain injury? And our manic traditions Mr coat addition say, yes, it is possible. Here's the methods and so you've got metastasis of control conscious breathing. Some cultures has slogan smoking ceremonies some have psychoactive tea ceremonies they all aimed at the same thing switching those inhibit is off. Heighten consciousness so that once again experiences I. Pre- comission telepathy self ailing. on the human experience and when you tell people about. Those practices or acquired. Salmon Syndrome? You know most people with a little bit of time to process will say you know it's funny. Almost. Everyone has story that you can share a glimpse of something they knew was going to happen. They knew who is about to cool on the phone they knew something just happened to particular love month. telepathy people have extraordinary connections where you know what another person is thinking and you might not even be in the same room or same town everyone expensive glimpse of something..

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"mr coats" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

10:20 min | 10 months ago

"mr coats" Discussed on KGO 810

"I'm John that this is the John bass or so I welcome my colleague Lee Smith the author of the best selling the plot against the president the true story of how congressman Devin Nunes I'm covered the biggest political scandal in US history now upon us like a wave breaking on the beach they are very good evening to you have an excellent reminder of what we need to know these days revelations about the chairman of the house intelligence committee after Devin newness this is Adam Schiff of California your column in the post points to the fact that there are now transcripts released by Richard Quinn now the DNR transcripts it demonstrate that Adam Schiff has been telling a story for two years or more that is false what did Adam Schiff say what did the water the review the transcripts demonstrate happened these in twenty seventeen and twenty eighteen good evening to good evening John thank you again for inviting me on it was a pleasure to be with you and with your listeners yes well I mean I asked congressman Adam Schiff with the impresario or movie grand impresario of collusion but one of the things that the transcripts show is that there were a number of different Obama officials who are also on the airs AIR also they are cleaning James clapper John Brennan James Comey all these different Susan rice Ben Rhodes Samantha power at all these different bomb officials who would go on there and still the air waves with rumor of collusion and conspiracy and the coordination and now of course what these transcripts show is what we knew all along right they had no evidence of anything of the sort you lose any even the slightest bit of evidence of course this would have been used to start knocking down the doors of every trump administration official who had a door right so we've known for three years that this was a show right there was a dog and pony show with ringmaster Adam shift in the middle of it but just so I could not have existed without the press because the press anyone with any sense in between the two leaders would have known the very same thing that you and I have three years what we're discussing now if there was any evidence the grand impresario of collusion congressman Schiff would have shown this to the public there's only the press by entertaining this nonsense but that's why we have this for three years and comes back to a point I've been making again and again and again the press it was not that the press was complicit it was not impressed with lately is that the price it's not simply about an echo chamber it's at the press with the essential part of an information operation most similar to what we see and third world societies that's where we are right now the majority of the American media certainly formerly Christie's press organizations like The New York Times The Washington Post CNN MSNBC these are effectively third world media organizations out leave why do we have these now who is Richard Grinnell and most importantly who's his deputy cash Patel why have they permitted us to write the facts well this is very important I'm glad you asked me to these two gentlemen who were doing fantastically great work a master grower now was the ambassador to Germany he is a terrific the fact that trump appointee fortunately not all of the president's appointments have been as a factor not everyone has been not everyone has been a supporter of the president's agenda on bass river knowledge very much so he's doing a terrific did a terrific job as a master anything interesting job as acting director of national intelligence deputy cash yet Patel was congressman Devin Nunez is need investigator on their objectives medusa investigation army investigators so Mister Patel was the lead investigator there he knew where to find documents or they call congressman United in the bucket thank you wanted cash to kick down doors and so that's what he did so we can be quite certain that he's doing something similar now by helping find documents the people who need documents he's producing them I mean I certainly think that when I was a bit at the end and appears to be a terrific team after documents that came out last week regarding general Flynn's case to ministers and MPs were important the department of justice documents and and I think that I think the master canal Mister Patel are are really quite a quite significant quite significant figures here I I believe will continue to do this work bring a number of issues this is congressman N. as in Mr Patel's work this is the entire work we have to see Republican majority congressman Nunez said this again and again used our job is to get this information to the American public right so that's what the congressman did and that's what makes you think how did as well and both of them though are the Mister Patel is in a different position and he's still doing that work trying to get that information to the American public and it's terrifically important and I think that your listeners the extremely please and relieved that we have terrific people again like the ambassador and Mister tech how hard at work on there's a lot of information these documents not just that yeah the Obama six national security team did not have evidence that address the issue get there's a lot of additional information why did it take two years Lee why why did it take a new appointment at the D. N. R. I. to get these documents out well because congressman Schiff sat on it and it was not not enough you know with with Mr coats Susie and I for a while there was not enough energy there and then you saw what happened I mean when when when Mr Maguire came in as acting P. and I daily they ran they have an impeachment impeachment of Donald Trump with the NRA right that may be in the intelligence community inspector general so the DNR has been a real weak spot for a while and there's a lot of you know there's a lot of Chappell over there that I believe ambassador going Allen Mister Patel are are you are shorting sorting through right now so now it's very important and you know that the the other thing is that in the future yes representative Ratcliffe is confirmed then the president will have a not just an acting he and I were trying to confirm the anti and so bad smoking can be a place that's you know that's been sorted out by the administration and that's terrific I mean the thing that is that is that one important thing I want to say about the transcripts as there are interesting details in there things were looking at I would suggest though if S. listeners aren't our are curious to find out about different things I I I would go for instance to ambassador especially our our our friends in New York I would go to you ambassador power's transcription with the Obama administration the second second ambassador to the U. and I think once you meet those in you realize how many different officials whose identity she wanted more meals in intelligence transcripts you understand that the Obama administration is becoming something clear and completely clear the Obama administration had cultivated a culture of espionage where it was okay for this is one five one is about spying on Carter page that's what the FBI was dealer spying on Carter page the spy on the entire trump campaign once you understand the context of this position is widespread in the Obama administration really gonna culture of espionage I think that's probably very important thanks for your for your audience and perform for all of us to take away that this is what was going on during the Obama years sign on Americans so I want to be we just have a minute later I want to make certain you know have this understood so what we have here is evidence that with the story that I Adam Schiff and his allies were telling for two years was false and that yeah major media participated in this disinformation campaign and that members of the trump administration participated in squelching this revelation until now and now we have the evidence and there will be more following is that correctly there will be more documents yes I believe there is definitely going to be more documents and that's John the way you put it is it is to respect that that that that that may not sell right there with the nonsense story I you know you you kindly invited me on over the last couple years and talk about it you and I agreed we saw through it right away and that's what we are right now I work early that were early days at least got a best selling book but we're going to press the bottom to do and do more eight days docket these documents have revelations that are fresh that we should have had two years ago after Devin newness is memo of the winter of twenty eighteen but we have some of the information now there will be more Lee Smith his best selling book is the plot against the president I recommended as a starting place for where we're headed I'm John bass or this is the job about social the American lung association we're fighting for a day we should not be easier.

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"mr coats" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"mr coats" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"I think it what I meant is like the world is gonna end in twelve years that comes out of Chang it is the real magic though is how she sets my heart to flutter because nobody not Rush Limbaugh not the late William F. Buckley not Reagan not trump nobody can make a better case for conservatism then AOC and I truly love about it's been months since we've been able to do one of these AOC updates Bucks folks you can only keep true love apart for so long and Hey seat was speaking with author telnet has C. coats he's another one we could do updates about I have never seen a public intellectual who is more feature for writing about himself the internet has the codes he is a terrible interviewer producer David to put these cuts in and you have to listen to a lot of that nonsense I easily the most over rated public intellectual that America has today anyway a see how to Martin Luther king day events with Mr coats and well she was she was just dropping truth bombs left and right like how about this the Democratic Party that's not a Liberal Party that's not a left party you don't have a part in the United States Democratic Party is not left party the Democratic Party is center or center Conservative Party we do not advocate for we do not we can't even get a floor vote on Medicare for all not even a floor vote because what it down we can't even get a vote so this is not a left party okay is Tana hissy coats chewing on something that he really likes yes diet Dr pepper does taste more like regular Dr pepper believe it or not that wasn't nearly the craziest thing that a sees yes hi think of Nancy Pelosi Elizabeth Warren hi big moderate to conservative told that's Selig's Andrea moderate to conservative party Hey Lucy was that asked about her extensive knowledge of American history the thing that's interesting about that question is that it's about whose priorities they are because not everyone I don't believe our whole nations priority is to slaughter people in other parts of the world I think it is a priority of a powerful and concentrated class in the United States that happens to have a group of control of our government we slaughtered lately there's been slaughtering get.

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Austria's Kurz, Greens agree on new coalition government

The World

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Austria's Kurz, Greens agree on new coalition government

"The leader of Austria's conservative people's party to Boston cuts has agreed to form a coalition government with the greens the deal returns Mr coats to office and brings the greens into government for the first time Mr coaches last government a coalition with the far right Freedom Party collapse

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"mr coats" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

13:10 min | 1 year ago

"mr coats" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Any represents most of Chicago's north side in some west suburban areas as well congressman quickly is the only Illinois and on the house Appropriations Committee he's also on the select committee on intelligence and a member of the sustainable energy and environment coalition congressman Mike quickly welcome back it is great to be home and back with you well let's talk about that S. E. E. C. coalition because that's why you're going to Yellowstone besides being a great excuse to a take a really cool trip why are you in the other Congress members heading west the environmental organizations told us several years ago they're having a hard time getting band with talking to the American public about climate change and educating and informing my for my fellow colleagues so without one way to do it would be to talk about climate change and how it's impacting our national parks something that has the national parks have bipartisan love and support from across the country so we first went to rocky mountain national park and walked around and toured with some of the leading experts in the world about climate change and we saw mountains were about a third of the trees were gray skeletons we went to the headwaters of the Colorado River where we were live streaming out the facts that a single degree change in temperature means there's so much more rain and far less now which means a lot less water for the Colorado River in all the states that use it for example and at that exact moment of president trump pulled our country out of the Paris climate accord so obvious we were messaging at the right time an issue that's extraordinarily important but extraordinarily important but still struggling to to get the the funding that's needed in the attention is needed I mean you would think in natural preserve there is like the national parks are a kind of a first line of defense against climate change that they're the natural areas that help keep our air as clean as it is to the extent that it is so with you know what is that not are they not able to perform those functions well they are but they become victims as well obviously they're not immune to their the impacts the nature is strong nature is resilient but it is not invulnerable to the devastations of climate change were seen record high temperatures in the Arctic in Greenland recently the president was talking about purchasing Greenland besides the absurdity of the notion the fact that it would never happen what bothered me was I don't want Americans to think about Greenland as something we might buy a like some sort of Manhattan real estate deal I want to think about Greenland in terms of the fact that the permafrost there is melting and that the glaciers there are melting and it's changing the acidity of the oceans and it's a rising up see waters we have a world's national capital that is being deserted and change because of climate change and in Yellowstone we're going to learn about the fact that invasive species are more likely to take place wildfires the tree canopy is diminishing the snow pack is diminishing this will have profound impacts on that national park we think of them perhaps as invulnerable to all these things are messages they aren't and the they are an indicator of what we have to be concerned about what do you hope or expect and that maybe the more telling the the thing to talk about Congress or the administration to do well it if the administration did anything but assault the environment it will be a welcome change I don't know which activity or thing we might have heard about this president recently is that is more representative of his impact on the environment the fact that he was an empty chair at the recent meeting of the G. seven on the meetings relating to climate change or the book the rumors in the belief that he actually believes that you can drop a nuclear bomb in a hurricane to stop it as he has express the desire that was in the some internet rumor mills that this would happen so there is a pattern of behavior that is extraordinarily disturbing the president I'd states has largely de funded the EPA made horrible appointments and pulled back progress that was made under the Obama administration to reduce emissions from power plants and vehicles of funding for sustainable energy I know everyone is focused on this next presidential election the reasons we've talked about the economy the Russian assault on our democratic process but we're trying to express the fact that this administration and frankly all too many of my Republican colleagues our climate deniers and had done nothing but to continue that assault on the environment and when asked about that at the G. seven seven summit president trump said his first priority is protecting the economic strength of this country and he says he will not sacrifice that for efforts that he calls his dreams and windmills yeah it what he doesn't understand is the two aren't mutually inconsistent and the fact that a strong environment grows the economy we learned last year when the president attempted to define for second year in a row help to restore the Great Lakes that's how we get bipartisan support to push back because our Republican colleagues were concerned about the multi billion dollar fishing industry the environmental it echo industry tourism industry that feeds into the success of the environment the national parks are an example of that but also it's canard to think that the the A. growing a sustainable energy future doesn't grow our economy the fact of the matter is we can't continue to live off fossil fuels the coal industry that he's trying to revive if we were to subsidize it a hundred percent another words let's give the the coal industry fifty a hundred percent of what it costs to extract a ton of coal it still would not be competitive against other uses such as natural gas we also understand that the use of sustainable energy wind and solar is the future all our economic competitors India China Europe are pouring billions of dollars into those industries recognizing that you're going to need a diverse source of energy to fuel our future and our economy I want to turn to something else you were talking about this so this past week and that's the U. S. census Democrats in Congress are making a pitch for being on more inclusive census so far the courts have been on your side but you have suggested that president trump's abortive attempt to get a citizenship question on the twenty twenty census is not the last tactic that we're going to see if this will be an extremely complicated difficult census best guess estimates it'll cost fifteen billion dollars to complete the census what we see now is a dramatic decrease in staffing for the US census bureau the president's financial recommendations to fund the census are far below far below what needs to take place over this to move forward so sure this is a cynical administration it's not afraid of doing something surreptitious to undercut what should be done under the constitution to make sure that every person in the United States not just every citizen so I believe they're attempting to undercut they ever failed on the citizenship question the damage was done there because I do believe there are many people living in the country who will be hesitant to a move for with the census so now they're after his to undercut it by under funding its efforts now the president has suggested the representation in Congress and then counting everyone is one thing but he is saying representation in Congress should be based on the number of people legally in the areas of fifth of local officials want to encourage residents to be here illegally well they have to bear the burden they know the president plays fast and loose with what he says one day to the next room and doesn't regardless and the statutes are in the constitutions of the census is congressman rush talks about has a long history as it relates to racial issues in our country and we need to be mindful of that presence trying to undercut what we have painfully learned for two hundred and fifty years now and we can't let him do that I want to talk about other issues that deal with under counting Isetan this kind of flows into it the elections how much should the citizens worry about the involvement of Russia or anyone else in the upcoming elections I think there's bipartisan support from people even within the trump administration that recognize that the risk is still there of the outgoing deny Mr coats from Indiana not a liberal guy has said about the Russian threat the lights are still flashing red we have been informed that there were attacks attempts during the mid term elections to call me said the the Russians will be back I'll tell you I have been on the house select committee on intelligence for five years now everything tells me they never left it is what three years now the anniversary for the Russians attack on the election infrastructure knowing should be I guess proud of the fact that Illinois was the first state they successfully hacked they successfully hacked into the Illinois state board of elections those efforts continue and they will continue but there are many facets of this that that we need to be concerned about what did the Russians do they hacked into they attacked the election infrastructure and they used social media to pit one group of Americans against another often cheered on by the president I'd states in the midst of all that what the candidate trump said the courage wikileaks and the Russians to go after Hillary Clinton's email he encourage them to commit a crime so I'll tell you this the Russians are still here the threat is there and we are not ready I'm our use also William is still in the realm of elections are you seeing much evidence or or getting many complaints of voter suppression around the country that's domestic that is not something that's coming from outside of the country this is a something our country's faced since its inception through the civil war was a different tact in afterwards during reconstruction history teaches us that suppression was and continues to be an extraordinary threat on every citizen in this country we see legislation passed by the states we see redistricting accomplished by states to suppress unfortunately the Supreme Court has not helped it's actually gone in the opposite direction and frankly the only thing I've seen that will push back on this is a is a policy issue with a political solution people have to elect those that want to include every person living in United States giving them an opportunity to become citizens an opportunity to exercise their right to vote well even getting people elected has become an an issue in terms of accounting in getting people.

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"mr coats" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

15:29 min | 1 year ago

"mr coats" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Represents most of Chicago's north side in some west suburban areas as well congressman quickly is the only Illinois in on the house Appropriations Committee he's also on the select committee on intelligence and a member of the sustainable energy and environment coalition congressman Mike quickly welcome back it is great to be home and back with you well let's talk about that S. E. E. C. coalition because that's why you're going to Yellowstone besides being a great excuse to a take a really cool trip why are you in the other Congress members heading west the environmental organizations told us several years ago they're having a hard time getting band with talking to the American public about climate change and educating and informing my for my fellow colleagues so without one way to do it would be to talk about climate change and how it's impacting our national parks something that has the national parks have bipartisan love and support from across the country so we first went to rocky mountain national park and walked around and toured with some of the leading experts in the world about climate change and we saw mountains were about a third of the trees were gray skeletons we went to the headwaters of the Colorado River where we were live streaming out the facts that a single degree change in temperature means there's so much more rain and far less snow which means a lot less water for the Colorado River in all the states that use it for example and at that exact moment of president trump hold our country out of the Paris climate accord so obvious we were messaging at the right time an issue that's extraordinarily important but extraordinarily important but still struggling to to get the the funding that's needed in the attention is needed I mean you would think in natural preserve there is like the national parks are a kind of a first line of defense against climate change that they're the natural areas that help keep our air as clean as it is to the extent that it is so with you know what is that not are they not able to perform those functions well they are but they become victims as well obviously they're not immune to their the impacts the nature is strong nature is resilient but it is not invulnerable to the devastations of climate change were seen record high temperatures in the Arctic in Greenland recently the president was talking about purchasing Greenland besides the absurdity of the notion the fact that it would never happen what bothered me was I don't want Americans to think about Greenland as something we might buy it like some sort of Manhattan real estate deal I want to think about Greenland in terms of the fact that the permafrost there is melting and that the glaciers there are melting and it's changing the acidity of the oceans and it said rising up see waters we have a world's national capital that is being deserted and change because of climate change and in Yellowstone we're going to learn about the fact that invasive species are more likely to take place wildfires the tree canopy is diminishing the snow pack is diminishing this will have profound impacts on that national park we think of them perhaps as invulnerable to all these things but our messages they aren't and the they are an indicator of what we have to be concerned about what do you hope or expect and that maybe the more telling the thing to talk about Congress or the administration to do well it it if the administration did anything but assault the environment it will be a welcome change I don't know which activity or thing we might have heard about this president recently is that is more representative of his impact on the environment the fact that he was an empty chair at the recent meeting of the G. seven are on the meetings relating to climate change or the book the rumors in the belief that he actually believes that you can drop a nuclear bomb in a hurricane to stop it as he has express the desire that was in the some internet rumor mills that this would happen so there is a pattern of behavior that is extraordinarily disturbing the president I'd states has largely de funded the EPA made horrible appointments and pulled back progress that was made under the Obama administration to reduce emissions from power plants and vehicles of funding for sustainable energy I know everyone is focused on this next presidential election the reasons we've talked about the economy of the Russian assault on our democratic process but out we're trying to express the fact that this administration and frankly all too many of my Republican colleagues our climate deniers and had done nothing but to continue that assault on the environment and when asked about that at the G. seven seven summit president trump said his first priority is protecting the economic strength of this country and he says he will not sacrifice that for efforts that he calls his dreams and windmills yeah it what he doesn't understand is the two aren't mutually inconsistent and the fact that a strong environment grows the economy we learned last year when they present attempted to define for second year in a row help to restore the Great Lakes that's how we get bipartisan support to push back because our Republican colleagues were concerned about the multi billion dollar fishing industry the environmental it echo industry tourism industry that feeds into the success of the environment the national parks are an example of that but also it's canard to think that the the A. growing a sustainable energy future doesn't grow our economy the fact of the matter is we can't continue to live off fossil fuels the coal industry that he's trying to revive if we were to subsidize it a hundred percent another words let's give the the coal industry fifty a hundred percent of what it costs to extract a ton of coal it still would not be competitive against other uses such as natural gas we also understand that the use of sustainable energy wind and solar is the future all our economic competitors India China Europe are pouring billions of dollars into those industries recognizing that you're going to need a diverse source of energy to fuel our future and our economy am I want to turn to something else you were talking about this so this past week and that's the U. S. census Democrats E. in Congress are making a pitch for being on more inclusive census so far the courts have been on your side but you have suggested that president trump's abortive attempt to get a citizenship question on the twenty twenty census is not the last tactic that we're going to see if this will be an extremely complicated difficult census best guess estimates it'll cost fifteen billion dollars to complete the census what we see now is a dramatic decrease in staffing for the US census bureau the president's financial recommendations to fund the census are far below far below what needs to take place over this to move forward so sure this is a cynical administration it's not afraid of doing something surreptitious to undercut what should be done under the constitution to make sure that every person in the United States not just every citizen so I believe they're attempting to undercut they ever failed on the citizenship question the damage was done there because I do believe there are many people living in the country who will be hesitant to a move for with the census so now they're effort is to undercut it by under funding its efforts now the president has suggested the representation in Congress and then counting everyone is one thing but he is saying representation in Congress should be based on the number of people legally in the areas of the if of local officials want to encourage residents to be here illegally well they have to bear the burden they know the president plays fast and loose with what he says one day to the next item and doesn't regard what's in the statutes are in the constitutions of the census is congressman rush talks about has a long history as it relates to racial issues in our country and we need to be mindful of that presence trying to undercut what we have painfully learned for two hundred and fifty years now and we can't let him do that I want to talk about other issues that deal with under counting didn't this kind of flows into it the elections how much should the citizens worry about the involvement of Russia or anyone else in the upcoming elections I think there's bipartisan support from people even within the trump administration that recognize that the risk is still there of the outgoing deny Mr coats from Indiana not a liberal guy has said about the Russian threat the lights are still flashing red we have been informed that there were attacks attempts during the mid term elections director call me said the the Russians will be back I'll tell you I have been on the house select committee on intelligence for five years now everything tells me they never left it is what three years now the anniversary for the Russians attack on the election infrastructure nine should be I guess proud of the fact that Illinois was the first state they successfully hacked they successfully hacked into the Illinois state board of elections those efforts continue and they will continue but there are many facets of this that that we need to be concerned about what did the Russians do they hacked into they attacked the election infrastructure and they used social media to pit one group of Americans against another often cheered on by the president I'd states in the midst of all that what the candidate trump said the courage wikileaks and the Russians to go after Hillary Clinton's email he encourage them to commit a crime so I'll tell you this the Russians are still here the threat is there and we are not ready I'm so our use also William is still in the realm of elections are you seeing much evidence or or getting many complaints of voter suppression around the country that's domestic that is not something that's coming from outside of the country this is a something our country's faced since its inception the civil war was a different tact in afterwards during reconstruction history teaches us that suppression was and continues to be an extraordinary threat on every citizen in this country we see legislation passed by the states we see redistricting accomplished by states to suppress unfortunately the Supreme Court has not helped it's actually gone in the opposite direction and frankly the only thing I've seen that will push back on this is a is a policy issue with a political solution people have to elect those that want to include every person living in the United States giving them an opportunity to become citizens an opportunity to exercise their right to vote well even getting people elected has become an issue in terms of counting in getting people are really to be candidates and some of that has to do with redistricting have president over former president now Barack Obama has stepped up his own campaign for independent congressional redistricting and no party would control over any remap or sway things democratic or Republican where do you stand on that and then we'll and then those efforts I am I agree with the president Obama but it has to happen on a national basis the Supreme Court has said this is gonna be up to the states we have seen states like Texas Florida Virginia and others act horribly in attempt to to draw maps with racial components to them and to help one party over another by the state of Illinois needs to improve what he has done in the past so for one St two thank you can change everything is illusion all I think it's important that we do this on a national basis but that change has to come organically it has to be driven by the public the man this take place in every congressional district in Illinois the I won't say that the Democratic Party but certainly the the leader of that the state Democratic Party Michael Madigan is long fought against independent redistricting do you have any message for speaker Matt again and the the powers to be I think we have to get past the single use of one party's ability to draw maps the draw them fairly for everyone and he should be part of a drive for this to take place on a national basis you're listening to WBBM newsradio is at issue on political editor Craig della more my guest is Chicago democratic congressman Michael quickly let's talk about we've been sort of talking around president trump up to this point let's talk about what is happening and making headlines lately and that's more more Illinois Democrats are coming out in favor of at at the very least an impeachment investigation of president trump you've been on that side for a while what's changing out there I think it's the members have been home for a.

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"mr coats" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

14:42 min | 1 year ago

"mr coats" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Responsible for that and i don't think we should be trying to figure out how to compensate for first of all it'd be pretty hard to figure out who to compensate we've had waves of immigrants is well who come to the country inexperienced dramatic a discrimination of one kind or another so no i don't think reparations are good idea that with senate majority leader mitch mcconnell will award winning author ton of hussy coats testified at the historic congressional reparations hearing and took direct dane at mcconnell's response yesterday when asked about reparations senate majority leader mitch mcconnell offered a familiar reply america should not be held liable for something that happened a hundred and fifty years ago since none of us currently alive are responsible this bottle proffer as a strange theory of governance that american accounts somehow bound by the lifetime of its generations but well into the century the united states were still paying out pensions to the heirs of civil war soldiers we on a treaty is the date back some two hundred years despite no one being alive who signed those trees many of us would love to be taxed the things we'll slowly in individually responsible for but we are american citizens and that's bound to a collective enterprise that extends beyond individually and personal reach it would seem ridiculous to dispute invocations of the founders of the greatest generation on the basis of a lack of membership in either group we recognize lineage as a generational trust that's inheritance and the real dilemma pose about reparations is just that a dilemma of inheritance it's impossible to imagine america without the inheritance of slavery as historian at baptist is written in slave meant quote shaped every crucial aspect of the economy and politics of america so there by eighteen thirty six more than six hundred million almost half of economic activity in the united states derived directly or indirectly firm the cotton produced by the millions of slaves by the time they insulate or emancipated they comprise the largest single asset in america three billion in eighteen sixty dollars more than all these other assets in the country combined the method of cultivating this asset which neither gentle cajoling north persuasion but torture rape and child trafficking and slave mid range for two hundred and fifty years on these shows when it ended this country could have extended its hallowed principles life liberty and the pursuit of happiness all regardless guardless of color but america had other principles in mind and so forth century after the civil war black people were subjected to eight relentless campaign of tara a campaign that extended well into the lifetime majority leader mcconnell is tempting to divorce this martin campaign of tara of plunder from in slave meant but the logic of enslavement of white supremacy respects no such borders and the god of bondage what's loss full and the gap many is who they ties and convict leasing vagrancy laws in debt peniche redlining and racist gr bills poll taxes in state state sponsor of terrorism regret the mr mcconnell is not alive for apple maddix but he was alive but they electrocution george standing he was alive with a blinding of ice at woodward he was alive to witness cut talk crecy in his native alabama and the regime premised on electro fact majority leader mcconnell cited civil rights legislation yesterday as well he should because he was alive to witness the harassment jailing in betrayal of those responsible for that legislation by government sworn to protect him he was alive but the red lining up chicago and the looting of black homeowners up some four billion dollars victims of that plunder are very much alive today i am sure they love a word with the majority what they know what this committee must know is that while emancipation dead both to the door against the bandits of america jim crow which the windows wide open and that is the thing about senator mcconnell's something it was a hundred fifty years ago and it was right now the typical black family this country has one temps the wealth of the typical white family black women die in childbirth it four times the rate of white women and of course the shame of this land of the free boasting the largest prison population on the planet which the descendants of being slaved make up the largest share the matter reparations is one of making amends indirect redress but it is also a question of citizenship in hr forty this body has a chance to both make good on its two thousand nine apology for slavery and reject fairweather patriotism to say that a nation is both it's credits and it's devas that if thomas jefferson matters soda sally hemmings that if d day mattis sodas black wall street that valley forge matters sodas for pillow because the question question really is not whether we will be tied to the some things about pass but whether we are courageous enough to be tied to the whole of the bunch of that was award winning author tallahassee coach testifying before a house judiciary subcommittee in june his seminal two thousand fourteen essay the case for reparations help spur new calls to make amends for slavery he'll join us in a minute but first actor and civil rights activists danny glover also testify at the hearing thank you mr coats it's not often that you hear the words of young man and they live in your emotional memory historic memory as he's just there at this moment thank you so much i am deeply honored to be here today offering my testimony at this historic meeting about the right demean of a crime against humanity that is foundational to the development democracy a material will be in in this country a national reparations policy is immoral moral democratic an economic imperative i sit here at the great great grandson of a former slave mary brown with three by the emancipation proclamation on january first eighteen sixty three i had the fortune of meeting as a small child i also said here's the grandson recent may on lynn rufus mac humbly my maternal grandparents were both foreign before plessey see breast is focusing supreme court decision in eighteen ninety six and thoughts nificant portion of their live they work sharecroppers intendant formless in rural georgia until they were able to save enough money the purchase of small farm system forms the site despite much progress over the centuries this hearing is yet another important step in the long end heroic struggle of african americans just pure reparations for the damage is inflicted by in slave myth and kohl's emancipation and show exclusionary policy many of these organizations who were present today at this hearing are amongst the historical contributors to the present national discourse congressional deliberations and democratic party presidential campaign policy discussions about reparations we also invented the work of congress men john conyers which shepherding putting this legislation be adoption of hr forty can be a signature legislative achievement especially within the context of the united nations international decade kate of people of african descent we should also note that the common market nations and the care of being community carol com reparations commission chair by professor hillary beccles who is here with us today as exercise a leadership role firm which we as a nation ten benefit us sustain direct affect the policy actions and full collaboration with african americans and progressive citizens allies if the ultimate proof of the sincerity of on national commitment to repair the damage is legally and often religiously sanction in humanity of slavery segregation and current structural racism that limit for put democratic participation and material advancement of african americans an about countries progress as they thinking of justice and equality i closed skews me with insightful and still relevant words of dumped the martin luther king junior nineteen sixty and i quote why is the issue of equality still so far from solution in america a nation which professors itself to be democratic inventive hospitable to new ideas rich productive an ultimately powerful justice for black people were not flow into society merely from court decisions nor from fountains stuns the political over to nor will they do token changes quelled all the time to tempt to us you're earning millions of disadvantaged black people white america must recognize the justice for black people cannot be achieved without radical change in the structure of society the comfortable being french the privileged cannot continue to tremble at the prospect of change in the status full thank you that was danny glover economists julian malveaux also spoke the journalist abby well said that lynching was the first example sample of white supremacy because it was a pool of terrorism it definitely ability of african american people to participate in the vibrant entrepreneurship of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century with a chilling message that are nommik success says could be punished by the rope even tomic damage the black people post reconstruction can be summarize in three ways number one we were denied the ability to participate in our nation's economic growth the homestead act of eighteen eighteen sixty two did not include four lean slave people within ten percent of the contra tip casa del continental usa land with distributed to recent immigrants but not black folks sort of forty acres and a mule give it to somebody else not us we these folks were able that only the get lands within to get grants when the federal government to develop their lead meanwhile african american people were denied the right to these wealth transfers secondly we were denied the right to accumulate we attach the paper that i mentioned talks about how are accumulation cyncially stymied by lynching the first lynching that i'd be wells examined was one when a black man had the nerve the nerve open up a grocery store near white man stole so the white man had a brother lynch have three people less because of economic envy listen to those words ecconomic envy this is how black people have been suppressed and their ability to accumulate tulsa oklahoma wilmington north carolina long stories and i don't have any time to talk about i want you all to look at the paper that i submitted and to think about the many ways that black people who try to participate try to encourage tried to be american simply tried to be he could make actors were oppressed because they had the nerve to think it worked so my brothers over here who say they're they're american dream it's some people's america nightmare let's just be clear now number three public policy hostility those public policy hostility to black people gr bill legislation truncated opportunities african american veteran federal housing administration reinforce redlining and segregation as a special policy of the federal government you people talk about racist is if they're individuals yes sir but the fact that individuals there individuals vigils who are buttressed by the federal government legislation so let me simply say hr forty is important nor has developed ten point plan but more importantly as you my brothers and sisters on this congress go forward that may there be racial justice audit of any new legislation that dombi implications thank you that was kind of miss julian love when we come back award winning author tallahassee coats joins me and democracy now is near main check for the study our oh no.

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"mr coats" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"mr coats" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"You got a question for you. Volunteer fan. I'm a South Carolina Gamecocks span and I've been hard on me lately. Yeah. I was gonna say I'm not sure we got a trivia question about the South Carolina Gamecocks. At what I talk about synchronicity. I had just gone over an article about the Heisman winners that didn't quite pan out. It was Andre where about twenty minutes ago. So I call him. And he beat me to it. This. But we'll give you an easy one. Listen up Jason. Okay. Wow. This was not that easy. Which was the first ACT to hand Florida state a conference loss. Go again, I'm going to go. First ACC team, Florida state conference loss. I'm gonna have to go with our rivals our arch nemesis Tigers. No, oh, no, Florida state is kind of a recently just recently joined the ACC. So you think you got the answer to that one triple eight eight six zero eight seven eight five five one three seven four nine seven thousand. Let's go to Chuck next in Kentucky. Hello, chuck. Hey, longtime listener first-time caller way. Love it. Oh, great. Got it. Yeah. You guys were Tennessee. Players here. I go again. Tennessee football players, the most are they clean the radio worthy. Right. That's Erik please. Right. All right. Let's go to Greg next Telo Greg in Ohio. Yeah. I've got a question for Mr. coat now actor. Sheriffs..

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"mr coats" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

11:22 min | 2 years ago

"mr coats" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The busiest days on the roads it varies from one city to the next as we mentioned earlier this week oddly enough Monday afternoon in Houston. Traffic is it's like their busiest day for the four point three million that will be traveling by plane the analysis from triple as flight booking data for the past three years revealing that actually Tuesday and Wednesday so yesterday and today are the most popular air travel days the highest average price per round trip ticket meeting. Thanksgiving Day, technically really has the lowest average price per ticket. And it is the lightest travel day. Some say, well, if you can get a ticket there on Thanksgiving Day and fly out real early get to your destination. Plenty of time for your thanksgiving there that just makes for a really really busy day. In most cases, the best days to travel traveler, actually, Thanksgiving Day black Friday. Or get an early head home on Saturday Sunday is like the the biggest travel day of all with everybody headed home at the same time. But many of these people out of the roads are going to experience some issues. Aaa expects to rescue nearly three hundred sixty thousand motorists at the roadside this thanksgiving. Whether it's a dead battery walkout flat tires. That's the leading reasons for car troubles. They always say make sure you go over your guard thoroughly make sure it's ready for the road before heading out. Poile changes fluid level. Check battery test inspect your tires that will increase your chances of not being caught on the side of the road for those who are going to be driving in cold weather. Check your weather reports. And if you're going to be running in some really, bad weather. Delay your trip a little bit, right? That's the that's the idea. An analysis of flight booking data. Which we touched on earlier Thanksgiving Day consistently the lowest average price. So some of the numbers from triple A here on thanksgiving eve. All right around the country lines available. It's eight eight eight eight six zero eighty seven eighty five eight six zero t r u k I guess lobster had to go either battery lost his cell, but he sent me a link here you're talking about incidents at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade. And there there've been a number of incidents over the years apparently. Each year bystanders and people all over the world anxious to see the the big balloons at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade. While they usually float along effortlessly they've been known to cause disruptions from time to time. Beginning way back in nineteen twenty four. That's when the Thanksgiving Day parade was originally known as the the Macy's Christmas parade. In started with employees featuring animals from the central park zoo. It wasn't until nineteen twenty seven when they debuted their first giant balloon. And that was one of Mr. coats trivia questions last night. I did not know the answer. The first flu was Felix the cat. Which would ultimately begin the star studded Raj a roster. The now features over a hundred of some of the world's most famous characters but incidents 1927 that was Felix the cat became Felix became tangled in telephone wires and actually caught on fire. The fire was extinguished. However Felix would be removed from the parade. He was the first giant balloon in the parade and the first balloon accident, but certainly not the last thirty years later Popeye the sailor in nineteen fifty seven. His hat featured in an indentation in the top of the hat, which apparently filled up with water. Would it started to rain during the parade that caused him to veer off course over the crowd of people only to dump that freezing cold water all over everybody. Talk about a cold shower. Nineteen eighty five. And yes, I do remember this when Kermit the frog Kermit was the first balloon to tear open when he got caught on something causing them to quickly deflate over the crowd. There was no injuries. But it was kind of a bizarre moment the following year. Nineteen Eighty-six superman got stuck in a tree causing his arm to tear off again there were no injuries that in nineteen Ninety-three sonic, the hedgehog the parades. First video game mascot. Unfortunately, he crashed into a Columbus circle lamp post and then into an off duty police officer causing minor injuries sonic did not return to the prayed again till two thousand eleven. Nineteen Ninety-four Barney the dinosaur also torn on a lamppost causing him to rapidly deflate. Thankfully, handlers were able to steer him into the location where damages were cared for. There were no injuries in that incident as well. Nineteen ninety seven was the year. That was the cat in the hat would crash into a lamppost with the high winds causing debris to fall on a bystander fracturing the bystanders skull leaving her in a coma for a month. Following that incident. I I was under the impression that person died. So that was not a fatality. But that was the incident where the size rules for the balloons were implemented. And of course, the the very wind thresholds were implemented for future parades. Couple more here. Two thousand five the the EMS. Would become caught on a lamp post in Times Square causing debris to fall on two sisters? There were minor injuries. There two thousand eight just ten years ago. The Keith haring inspired balloon would strike the NBC broadcast booth causing Al Roker merideth vierra and Matt Lauer to be cut off the air until the balloon could be cleared away. And then two thousand eleven guess the most recent incident the Kool aid man, the Kool aid man was tipped over. What he became deflated? No injuries involved in that incident. But so there's been a fair share over the years hasn't there? Lobster made it back through thanks for the link there. That's pretty interesting. It's fascinating. Save by tonight. We we'd all go over to central park, west weather, actually, blowing up the balloons. You could probably if you could access the internet New York one that's the Time Warner New York City, twenty four hour news channel and ethnic party gone out over there that we stick a bottle of wine. Blackberry. Brandy or peppermint schnapps in our pocket, and well, we hop. The subway go walk right on schedule park. West other blow up the balloons and your home. One two o'clock in the morning, and then get a couple of hours sleep that hop subway Quebec over to Harold squared reviewing area and watched wash there. There's nothing like it anywhere on in this country. There's a lot of unique raise around the country. You know that go odd. But it's something I'm really proud of it. I last live, right. I went to it was nineteen ninety six. I moved. I moved out of the city of ninety seven. It's always time you get over there. And it's a it's a real party atmosphere. Just the balloon just wanna blow up the balloons, a massive amounts of helium. That's required. Who that is? There's only a limited about a helium vailable here on her. I don't know if you're aware of that. I learned that when I was working over with Air Products hall, and that kind of stuff I used to gauge really get a load of liquid helium. Another trivia factor. All the helium in this country is under the control of the US government. And properties like Air Products. Ehrlich, keyed, whatever they have to purchase it through government contract. And they project at the actual naturally occurring. Helium will ended about twenty twenty five or something like that. And they're working on synthetic helium. The big supercollider that they built around the world require massive amounts of helium for cooling and all that. Yeah, there there's your nickel's worth a useless trivia, but they're they're going to work working out alternatives now to Philip balloons, just because it's becoming more and more and more expensive. So. It's a fun thing to do. And I look I'll probably leave about one o'clock in the afternoon. But that a tradition now when I'm at home. Kickback coughing and watch the Macy's parade. Proud part of my heritage, Dave. And that's so many things that we give thanks for in this country is the ability to. Share the diversity of our country and set aside our politics, I'm grateful. Benny many ways this year for a robust economy, regardless of politics. The great friendships that I have a quick chat after horse feathers calling me why we're on a break. Give me a traffic heads up. I have so much to be thankful for because I am an American and all the great people at their save. I wanna wish you and your family the happiest thanksgiving this year. Thank you so much lobster right back at you have a great thanksgiving. All right. Quick time out toll-free, it's eight eight eight eight six zero eighty seven eighty-five five it is America's truck a network. NHRA report on America's trucking network. The schedule for the two thousand nineteen NHRA..

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"mr coats" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"mr coats" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"Lynn and attorney general jeff sessions among those on campaign coordination when did you become aware of the trump tower meeting what involvement did you have and the communication strategy including the release of donald trump junior's emails what discussions did you have doing the campaign regarding any meeting with mr putin did you discuss it with others what knowledge did you have of any outreach by your campaign including by paul manafort to russia about potential assistance to the campaign on james komi what did you think about mr commes intelligence briefing on january six 2017 about russian election interference what was the purpose of your january twenty seven seventeen dinner with mr komi and what was said what was the purpose of your february fourteenth 2017 meeting with mr komi and what was said what did you think and do about mr commes may third twenty seventeen testimony regarding the decision to fire mr komi when was it made why who played a role what did you think and do in reaction to the news that the special counsel was speaking to mr rogers mr pompeo and mr coats and on michael flynn what did you know about phone calls that mr flynn made with the russian ambassador sergei kislyak in late december twenty sixteen what did you know about sally yates meetings about mr flynn how was the decision made to fire mr flynn on february thirteenth 2017 after the resignations what efforts were made to reach out to mr flynn about seeking immunity or possible.

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"mr coats" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"mr coats" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I'll is checked with horse brothers this morning when we say horse about others uh boring your honour or mr mote owning i get i get down there in and norway's i got that get where you're santer hours of like it depends right it dipped and at night does not uh anyway fear are i i have a quick question for mr coat on eight mike mike mike mike mike mike mike mike it is baby pig feet getting out there all day that's right but but anyway uh hey with the greek talking here about uh rat a little bit what even democrat he was saying he was he was over he in psalm and uh if you're going to make it now now one while we hear about vehicle never overheat and then you know get thrown their deaths may in them and you know survive and everything there there's a reason for that because they have voter code in a bow to think of the bonds ability that the number to your car could possibly be running motorcoach because doing hunting a little warm narrowed on if you don't worry about overeat and blowing up and they made it to the m the possibility of owner kufo inco is possible i know murder code is is in nascar in line and was one of the reasons why was overheating zihan a big piece of paper on the fluent in completely in the bag covered over about 25 percent of you know the openings only about four inches high and i don't know 20inch as long it's not furry big and uh.

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"mr coats" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"mr coats" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Right there is an outrage by by jesse helms edita glaucoma thirdparty latah glaucoma gone on that wedding arabs act they were doctors at that wedding and needed a lot of that fell out of dc in disgrace into masters politics well a you know in massachusetts key sell all fell rest lowered it yes indeed but yes basically he was a starting to have my i thought that he was a skunk and he certainly would be considered dishonest if this trump in minutes and there you have it now and just if we could listen to how wounds that there is a good sort of on sino distasteful quote from helms about weld saying listen if any if he tried for any other country i'd be okay but because mexico is so full of the marijuana the wacky tabacchi that i can't possibly feel good about letting him go there from first first we should have frost slip through the with four liber rooted to are rooted in my own enroll and then that liber arch object mr world for the schuylkill expressway off through the program offer wars without immediate immediately convene hearings on the world nomination to any other country in the world with for progr truth it was one were wrong not for france for us foreign policy what was for world appears to be threatening militias nomination to mexico is move over war within the republican party littered trough after the hour by the way or do not like it to audio logical extortion the story spin the of the principle so first of all i was like it when somebody says i've been tempted to say but haven't said and then goes on said yes i will not yield to whatever extortion what kind of extortion ideological extortion i don't know what kind anyway so yes indeed let him try to bring a civil by the way giving not already frankly right the guy he resigns in a half wizards we'd meese over only the biggest single controversy within the reagan administration the irancontra affair i kicksoff aspersions really when it comes to how they investigated this because he is the one who says i don't think you should be looking into this mr coat holder meese i think you should kick this over to the fbi and suddenly suddenly things are starting off on a bad foot and only get worse for.

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"mr coats" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"mr coats" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Janice henderson suggesting 45 50s important appoint there were no where near recession and yet that's going to begin as that geist the financial sector as i said mr coat across the way they're talking with axel merckx or our next guest to be flying the wall that covers werner who are who are trained your latest between the cheese it's the oreos in the walkie the walker's short yet rounds of adler unsparing pronounce no shortage of short stairs mr okay it's it's it's like a joy you usually locked in the the radio dungeon known as blue where the air is thin and the irs thin and know it's also like it's sort of like elizabeth untalented as you know i should say where we're here that the fifth thing you need to know we could get a your had conference the deliver as convened here i i a few things last year at the same of at it's a cool thing because you really are having people look at serb macro level what's going to happen the i if you don't want to hear two of the take with our questions michael mckee was secretary position in washington but this leader you talk about curve flattening in cumana with two thousand seven hundred bodies out the door just another today this interview with mr corbett of citigroup me mike mayo says that's the franchise to watch may over also get so the door is this the this co yup please car the door bail shows up lose a but corbett speech today is something david gura with tom keene this is five things you need to know this is bloomberg greg sought here's more from our to and wells fargo advisers on.

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"mr coats" Discussed on 1A

1A

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"mr coats" Discussed on 1A

"Cameron i it's fascinating a hit us you noticed sort of um idea that people are turned off and and and offended by labeling somebody a racist or a white supremacist it comes from the same quarters that tend to assault that the campuses of america as these you know sort of say safe spaces witty's weakkneed children are can't be bothered to hear anything that might triggered a matter of fact you say white supremacy and you say racist and people run to the wall street journal themselves triggered because they can't countenance the idea it's just absolutely fascinated very complainer is of a kind of pc culture other absolves pc i it is pretty amazing let's get back now to that comment from kevan in orange virginia who emailed i do admire mr coates i came to his same conclusion independently that obama led to trump my question is will the trump phenomenon forced the hand that ultimately moves us forward in facing and addressing the race issues in this country i am a 64yearold wide guide it seems that white people are not going to diminish in influence peacefully and that this is the ultimate outcome where does mr coat see the tipping point of a balance of cultural and racial influence an opportunity coming i think we may be need a break heavens point into two parts first of all the old bomb a leading to trump part and then what may come thereafter so let's do the first part will first make give us your your case for howell barack obama in your view allowed four led to the ascension of donald trump to be president.

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"mr coats" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"mr coats" Discussed on WTVN

"To cincinnati and had to go to this one store that would always habit now they don't added i'm like what the hell so i wrote coca letter der kolk i wrote mr coat by road dear coq hate please tell me the javan discontinued this product i'm having a tough time finding kenya helped me out and i got this sad letter bag we're sorry to tell you that we discontinued that now they're discontinuing coke zero go zero what's wrong with them i don't know but coakes what i liked about zero is diet coke ask cata bitter after diet coke is not tastes like coq no it as i go within days i go a coke zero did it did it tasted like coke and on wednesday today going to announced it would stop selling coke zero in the united states in august kidding me replacing it with a beverage with a different rests the p design and name they're hauling it coke zero sugar really i mean come on man why why kid leading just lied good things alone i i know strikes against inalco march three of you count the new um newco item count data dumb idea was a distraction to get them off cane sugar and get them over to corn syrup but that's another story it's a reinvention of coke zero ceo james quincy said in a call with investors according to cocacola coke zero sugar is closer to the taste of cocacola original oliver was eero sugar and zero calories a drink appeals to customers who were seeking lower sugar options okay level so why don't you just change it don't tell anybody just change it and keep calling it coke zero and it's all good well i coke zeros as close as i could get to coq the regular coca i don't know how they can get it an closer i'm sorry adds to add two strikes against them for me in this month's why and you know what a coke zero is already a major hit outside america and so they're going to keep selling it outside the state as finance real american ibm cocacola in the us inists coke zero sales grew three and a half percent in 2016 compared to diet coke.

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"mr coats" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"mr coats" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Mrs clinton is that what you were talking about it's what you should have been talking about or were you talking about the anonymous source said james we went before the united states senate and did not disclose that donald trump suborned him to end the investigation of michael flynn he did it not once but he did it twice and the anonymous source has the goods on mr call me is that the alternative facts you're talking about is that the making up of fantasies you're talking about if it's not mrs clinton that's what should have been talking about mr coats and mr rogers the two were asked to tell the fbi that there is nothing to the russian investigation donald trump asked them to do that in february the two win before the senate never mentioned it they were interviewed by senator warner they never mentioned it and then when they came before the senate again they said well we we aren't gonna really discuss that now we'll we'll we'll do this in closed session is that the destruction of the free society you're talking about mrs clinton because it should have been it should have been the making up of false accusations that have led to your party mrs clinton demanding the impeachment of the president based on anonymous sources oh my goodness yesterday upon this there i saw man who wasn't there wasn't there again today o how i wish he would go away mrs clinton get real talk about reality from now on the real accusations that are fake i'm brian oxman sitting in for robert dhabi robert is on leave and i am going to cause trouble while he's away you bet and i'll be right back.

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"mr coats" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

03:04 min | 4 years ago

"mr coats" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"At time if these things are going on why they screaming at the top of their lawns when it takes place all my gap structured on my god trump leaned on they all by god trump told me to do this seat nobody do that that we get these squarely little late from former officials aka out bother hacks let's continue shall we days before the former director the fbi james be colmey publicly acknowledged for the first time that the bureau was running a broad counterintelligence at to gatien into russia's interference of the presidential campaign and any possible collusion between associates a mr trump and russian officials the revelation stunned mr trump who has repeatedly said there was no collusion and they wanna mr coates enamul rogers to publicly back what's wrong with that hold on a second i watch it or follow me here because only my mind can do this listen to this line the revelation stunned mr trump of this counterintelligence sophistication who has repeatedly said there was no collusion any one of mr coates an atom rogers to publicly back mr coats and admiral apple sorry too late late here and as domestic coats and admiral rogers have any evidence of collusion no the why would they publicly backed the president right does anybody have any evidence of collusion please raise your hand no oh you don't you don't why is it odd or obstruction or a gotcha or a headline the trump ask these officials tobacco on the day mr khamis hearing a call from the white house switchboard listen to this came into mystery coaches office where the request to speak to the director a former intelligence officials said mr brennan mr clapper hello a former intelligence official calls from the switchboard are usually from the highest officials at the white house the president the vice president the national security advisors mr coach took the call the official would not confirm what was discussed mr trump's request to mr coates enamul rogers for first reported by the washington compost now regurgitated in the new york slimes coach declines to detail conversations with trump senator john mccain of arizona the republican chairman of the armed services committee opened questioning at the hearing today i ask you mr coach about mr trump's request to publicly dispute that any evidence exists collusion between the trump campaign in russia he is that an accurate reporting eric coach mr mccain ashton.

vice president mr mccain arizona senator new york washington mr coates white house mr khamis admiral rogers gatien chairman john mccain trump white house official mr clapper president apple mr coats mr trump presidential campaign russia james fbi director
"mr coats" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

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02:51 min | 4 years ago

"mr coats" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Trump told me to do this seat nobody do that that we get these squarely little late from former officials aka out bother hacks let's continue shall we days before the former director the fbi james be colmey publicly acknowledged for the first time that the bureau was running a broad counterintelligence at to gatien into russia's interference of the presidential campaign and any possible collusion between associates a mr trump and russian officials the revelation stunned mr trump who has repeatedly said there was no collusion and they wanna mr coates enamul rogers to publicly back what's wrong with that hold on a second i watch it or follow me here because only my mind can do this listen to this line the revelation stunned mr trump of this counterintelligence sophistication who has repeatedly said there was no collusion any one of mr coates an atom rogers to publicly back mr coats and admiral apple sorry too late late here and as domestic coats and admiral rogers have any evidence of collusion no the why would they publicly backed the president right does anybody have any evidence of collusion please raise your hand no oh you don't you don't why is it odd or obstruction or a gotcha or a headline the trump ask these officials tobacco on the day mr khamis hearing a call from the white house switchboard listen to this came into mystery coaches office where the request to speak to the director a former intelligence officials said mr brennan mr clapper hello a former intelligence official calls from the switchboard are usually from the highest officials at the white house the president the vice president the national security advisors mr coach took the call the official would not confirm what was discussed mr trump's request to mr coates enamul rogers for first reported by the washington compost now regurgitated in the new york slimes coach declines to detail conversations with trump senator john mccain of arizona the republican chairman of the armed services committee opened questioning at the hearing today i ask you mr coach about mr trump's request to publicly dispute that any evidence exists collusion between the trump campaign in russia he is that an accurate reporting eric coach mr mccain ashton mr.

vice president mr mccain arizona senator new york washington mr coates white house mr khamis admiral rogers gatien chairman john mccain director white house official mr clapper president apple mr coats mr trump presidential campaign russia james fbi