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"mr. keller" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Been discussion about an appearance before congress any testimony from this office would not go beyond our report. It contains our findings and analysis and the reasons for the decisions we made we chose those words carefully and the work speaks for itself. And the report is my testimony. I would not provide information beyond that which is already public in any appearance before congress. So precisely what Mr. Keller said, was that he might show up, but he, he wouldn't go beyond. What is in report that, that might will be intention, if your question persistently by a lot of people who knows what might still be elicited. But hey again, either way, finding got something extra to say. Why more power to he doesn't seem to be reluctant to, to go forward in, in saying this, this sort of thing? One eight six six five O, JIMBO one eight six six five O five four six two six. Just to go back, one more time before we turn to the subject at hand. There was a decision made in the final moments of the Obama administration to designate the country's election infrastructure as a critical part of our infrastructure, as, was explained at the time that this designation does not mean a federal takeover regulation oversight are intrusion concerning elections on the country. It does nothing to change the role state and local governments have in administering and running elections. But simply allows the department of homeland security to prioritize cybersecurity assistance to officials and I might add, by the way that, that's all they could do. It would be totally unconstitutional for anything beyond offering such assistance to our calls now for our guest, Brett Samuels, and this is Tim in Decatur Alabama, pardon me. I guess that's Jim indicator. Alabama. Good evening. Okay. Longtime listener. I, I talked to you many more years, and you won't admit to Cincinnati's very good. Glad to have you aboard. I'm really tickled or north Alabama. Have you own now? Well, thank you. Mueller started his statement. Hey said as a matter that Russia, hacked today and see servers how can you know that I that he never touched the DNC servers they were never turned over to invest. They were never. By government technicians. An interesting point although it seems pretty clear that somebody did some hacking there because there was obviously information released the DNC did not wish released red Samuels, but I'm, I'm not sure but what Jim isn't correct? I don't recall that, that they were examined by government technicians. Either. Do you recall? I guy Dr that happening either. You know, I know Muller today talked about sort of laid out, I guess what his report talks about, as far as Russian interference did detail that they made indictment alleged that hackers got into computers and networks campaign that, you know, they were disseminated through WikiLeaks. So he doesn't lay out, you know, sort of the extent of his findings. But I don't recall that specifically, but that somebody somebody is obvious. But again, this is the Russians that did the does. Apply a level of knowledge that to my knowledge. I don't know your how he could be that sure either Tom and Sharon pixel Vania joins us now. Tom a good evening. Welcome can even Jim. And good evening guest. Back, first of all the homeowner got there in that job. And it was seemed to be instigated by Komi and possibly Rosenstein, and the relationship that they had and Muller's past history, and a couple of instances when he was in the FBI that are very questionable in terms of withholding skull, Tori evidence and the people picked his, his point guy, Weisman. Again, had skull Tori evidence with held in the Enron situation, which it's smart in my and kept a couple of people in jail when he could've Freeman, and the same thing in instance, out of Boston, I think of the whole situation of how, you know, this has been going on for two years. Firstly L, the president politically captive to the situation. In the news media, emphasizing it so much in spending thirty million dollars taxpayer dollar. Hours and he just gets up and says, I'm not going to answer any more questions. No. I mean if it takes. Lindsey Graham having a subpoena in William bar, having his house surrounded, like it was done with Roger stone, and Paul Manafort, and a predawn raid and bring him out in handcuffs to appear before the Senate. I think it needs to be done, and what both sides, Democrats and Republicans Adam, and he should be obligated, answer any questions. They asked. All right. Comets Brit Samuels. Do you foresee obviously not quite as drastic as some of the scenarios that Tom outlined there? But. Do you foresee any hard push like maybe a contempt of congress citation should Robert Muller not agree to appear have you're like that? They were to happen. It was certainly happened from the house side, with Democrats, for example. Yeah. You know, he said, case closed, he's ready to move on, or at least move onto sort of investigating the origins of the investigation. You know, I'm not sure that, that Democrats are gonna go that far with our Muller, because he would certainly be questionable. You know that they're holding contempt. This man kind of held up as, as you know, sort of their, the person who they're waiting to hear from this whole time, point, you know, I think that that is something Democrats. They've made a similar argument where they said, you know, this man has worked for two years for tax payer money. You know, people have a right to hear from him in public, and have him answer questions. So that'll sort of be, I guess, tug of war that will come, you know, have to weigh, whether it's worth going through the legal system to get them to show up if needed. More to come. We'll be back in a moment..
"mr. keller" Discussed on WJR 760
"Rhino. I told you when I endorsed her that I encourage you to vote for that. She's arena. But she didn't tell people to go ahead and feel free to join the Taliban. So that that's a little bit over the top. I think you'd agree. And yet that candidate one one of the reasons the governor Ducey who is running for reelection got three hundred thousand more votes than MC Sally. And it didn't it wasn't a nail biter is because he was able to retain and attract the conservative vote, so very nasty primary in Arizona. And make Sally never reached out to the conservatives in any significant or. Serious way. And that's what happened. And it's up to the candidate to unite the party, it's up to the candidate to bring the base out. And she failed to do that. Mr. producer will tell you that we invited her on this program. A week or two weeks before the election, and she didn't come on. Mr. Keller who ran in Nevada for reelection. We invited him to come on the program is campaign. Didn't even respond is right rich. And we invited. Adam Laxa to come onto the show. He lost his governor's race. They said he never got the message and that was like on a Thursday or Friday. So we'll come on Monday, and they ignored us. And he lost. I'm not saying that's why they lost. But that just goes to show you I can tell you Brian mass too. I like who is my congressman where my Florida home is. And who I've supported strongly encourage people to vote for me. But now he wouldn't come on the program has people said we're trying to attract moderates. Okay. When you run away from basic principles. It's a problem when you buy the left's characterization of your base has being right wing. We're not right wing. We're constitutionalists. We believe in liberty. We believe in private property rights. We have faith we believe in family when you do things like that you hurt yourself. You do. Now one in the future. So it doesn't bother me. I mean, I'm here. I'm going to be here. Bothers me that now this this. This woman who got elected in Arizona will be part of the the Schumer team, and she's part of the left wing hack crowd. And it's amazing that somebody like that can get elected that your shows, you how weak MC Sally was now they keep talking about Trump Trump this Trump that Trump. This MC Sally blue that race. In addition to this other stuff that was going on with contributed to which I said. Do you ever notice the state of the liberal media and wonder how it got where it is today? You know, we used to have journalists who search for the truth the objective truth who brought you the new stories that matter they didn't interpret it. They didn't give it their their spin. But it doesn't happen much anymore today. Does it? Now, most people recognize when President Trump does something well, and they'll point out when they disagree with them. That's the way the system's supposed to work. So why is it that virtually every story on.
"mr. keller" Discussed on KTRH
"Rhino. I told you when I endorsed her that I encourage you to vote for that. She's arena. But she didn't tell people to go ahead and feel free to join the Taliban. So that that's a little bit over the top. I think you'd agree. And yet that Kennedy one one of the reasons the governor Ducey who is running for reelection got three hundred thousand more votes than excelling. And it did it wasn't a nail biter is because he was able to retain and attract the conservative vote, so very nasty primary in Arizona. And Sally never reached out to the conservatives in any significant or. Serious way. And that's important. What happened? And it's up to the candidate to unite the party, it's up to the candidate to bring the base out. And she failed to do that. Mr. Beduso will tell you that we invited her on this program? A week or two weeks before the election, and she didn't come on. Mr. Keller who ran in Nevada for reelection. We invited him to come on the program is campaign. Didn't even respond is that right rich. And we invited. I'm Laxa to come onto the show. He lost his governor's race. They said he never got the message that was like on a Thursday or Friday. So we'll come on Monday, and they ignored us. And he lost. I'm not saying that's why they lost. But that just goes to show you I can tell you Brian mass too. I like who is my congressman where my our Florida home, and who I've supported strongly encourage people to vote from even now he wouldn't come on the program has people said we're trying to attract moderates. Okay. When you run away from basic principles. It's a problem when you buy the left's characterization of your base has being right wing. We're not right wing. Where constitutionalists, we believe in liberty? We believe in private property rights. We have faith we believe in family when you do things like that you hurt yourself. You do. Now one in the future. So it doesn't bother me. I mean, I'm here. I'm going to be here. But it bothers me that now this this this woman who got elected in Arizona will be part of the the Schumer team, and she's part of the left wing hack crowd. And it's amazing that somebody like that can get elected that just shows you how weak MC Sally was now they keep talking about Trump Trump, this Trump that Trump this. What MC Sally blue that race? In addition to this other stuff that was going on which contributed to which I said. Do you ever notice the state of the liberal media and wonder how it got where it is today? We used to have journalists who search for the truth, the objective truth who brought you the news stories that matter they didn't interpret it. They didn't give it their their spin. But it doesn't happen. Much anymore. Today. Doesn't. Now, most people recognize when President Trump does something well, and they'll point out when they disagree with them. That's the way the system supposed to work. So why is it that.
"mr. keller" Discussed on KTRH
"Lady, really. Cold outside. It's cold outside. Open. Has feral hogs tearing up a subdivision in the Woodland's residents say it's a hall epidemic and one homeowner estimates he spent at least five thousand dollars fixing his loan from hog damage, the chronicle Stephen Tucker Paulsen rights, if there's one thing keeping Chris Keller up at night. It's feral hogs Keller estimates he's been at least five thousand dollars fixing lawn after multiple hog invasions. At a table in his home kitchen. He lays out a series of photos showing the damage the hogs hath brought driving around the neighborhood the pictures same the animals have become a constant nuisance here and Keller has helped lead the crusade against them. Though. He we need a law. We need a law gets feral hogs that data. Do it though. He hesitates to call himself a leader. Oh, you're a leader. Mr. Keller ura leader brother Keller said his neighborhood had some problems with feral hogs back. No nine hall epidemic of oh nine s it will be known in biblical terms. Then almost nothing until this recent outbursts activity residents, aren't sure why. But they point to some new developments, including a sand mine, and a drainage easement as factors that could have pushed hogs into their community. See this is. Oh hail. What's the John? Anderson song. About the environment. They drain the swamps. Two two. Seminole wind. Give me some Seminole wind as soon as I finish here. Go ahead. All right. Seminole wins kind of his ode.
"mr. keller" Discussed on WTVN
"The clerk may continue Baldwin. Mr barroso. Mr bennet. Mr blumenthal. Mr blunt. Mr booker. Mr bozeman. Mr brown. Mr berg. Ms cantrell. This is capital. Mr carden. The vote underway. You can still some disruption there in the chamber as they move forward. I want to get to the capital now ABC's Stephanie Ramos es joining me, and Stephanie you were just outside these protests were going on outside. They're going on inside overall, though, the mood at the capitol at this very big moment that we had been coming toward for weeks is what right now, Alex is very tense. There's no surprise that. Protesters have been able to get into that Senate gallery, and are are having these outbursts in in our voicing their opinion. This is what we've seen all week. And this is what we've seen the last couple of days. And of course, it has intensified over it intensified yesterday. And today, of course, there have been protests on Capitol Hill for at least a week now. And these demonstrators are adamant and determined to voice her opinion against judge Brad Kavanagh, I got really rowdy for a second afternoon just outside the capital with an anti Cavanaugh group going up the stairs of the capital then eventually making. Our way toward the supreme court. And that's where they are right now. Police of course are on high alert when I was walking in here a walking toward the capitol. The barricades were up, and they had been able to push the crowd back. And and as I said, they're now in court, but police here making plenty of arrests hundreds over the last couple of days, and and a couple today that knows individuals were later released, but what we're seeing now from Senate Democrats is a push to the midterms a lot of senators coming out this afternoon, Senator Warren, Harris and other saying things to the crowd like call this a thirty day plan. Take back the Senate take back the house vote democrat up and down a Senator, Ed Markey. Democrats saying we will not forget what is happening today. And I've spoken with some of those Senate Republicans and Democrats who have said they're really concerned about this. The lasting impact this fight that we've seen over the last week or so I will have on Capitol Hill. Mr. Gardner, the Senate is voting right now. But as you heard Stephanie talking there behind her you could hear the gavel being hit by the vice president Pence is he's ordering the sergeant at arms to restore order quite a few. Protesters have been able to to make noise to make their voices heard after this very contentious couple of weeks the voting continuing on right now. Let's listen in. Mr heinrich. Heitkamp. Mr keller. Horon? No. Mr hoven. Mrs Hyde Smith. In half. Mr isaacson. Mr johnson. Mr jones. Mister cain. Mr kennedy. Mr king. Ms club ajar. Mister kyle. Mr langford. Mr lee. Mr lee. Mr mansion..
"mr. keller" Discussed on KTOK
"Mr blumenthal. Mr blunt. Mr booker. Mr. Boozman, notice, they didn't say it. So. Yeah. Mr berg. This cantwell. Biz camel in American history. This is a pivot point MasterCard. What does this mean the Bill for history, Mr. case either direction? I don't know yet. I mean, I can't speculate on that. I can just I I'm pretty good at at evaluating the mood of the country. You may remember that five days before the election in two thousand sixteen I predicted Trump would win and I predicted because people didn't like Hillary Clinton would stay home. I mean that was my best that I ever did. Right now. I am feeling it everywhere. I go I know a lot of people and on around. Okay. That's a regular folks. No. This was a sham Duckworth, and they know that Cavin on his family were damaged very badly by people who didn't care to seek the truth. They know that that I think we'll play out in all politics. But you gotta remember is a powerful powerful corrupt lobby that is driving the me too thing. And the media is like what? What what was flake gillibrand? We'll give you that. In a second. Graham. Mr grassley. Listen, I I believe okay. This hasson. The media in conjunction with the fanatics. Zealots powerful powerful to drive. Stop hold on Mr. Keller. She's a no campus. Yes. Being is a big one. Mr hoven. Mrs height Smith. Murkowski. Mr isaacs. Mr johnson. Mr jones. Mister cain. Mr kennedy. Mr king. This is a big one clue kluber char. Mister kyle. Mr. link furred. Mr lee. Stir lee. Mr mansion. Mr markie. What did you mentioned MRs mccaskill Murkowski? Mr mcconnell. Mr Menendez almost there. Mr. Merkley, bottoms, Mr. Moran. Okay. Come on. Ms murkowski. Silence. So we don't have to Murphy. We'll know soon wouldn't you know on on mansion or Makovsky. Those are the two very interesting is is strange. I'm watching all of the networks, and none of them are catching the votes. So no one is. Yeah. Nor is the New York Times. We're looking at all the sites right now to see what the nobody knows. We don't know yet. Yep. Yep. You know, they're gonna close debate. And then. Begnaud both tomorrow. And I do believe cabinet will be confirmed. Nobody wants to be on the wrong side of this. And the winds are blowing against the Democrats. Now, the winds have shifted Bill. This is a big deal for the winds. Shifting don't. You think? I mean, this is the first time I have ever seen this tactic by the Democrats backfire on them. I know the Clarence Thomas stuff was pretty raw. And I think that African Americans at the time were pretty angry about it. But that's the course dissipated once he got on a court. The question is if Kavanagh's confirm, well, let's all go away. We'll people just say, okay. The good guys won. And then we're not real interested in punishing the Democrats. I don't think so anymore. I don't think think people are so furious. You're gonna you're gonna take it out on the I think the Democrats think that they control these these. Activists. They really think that they can you know, tap them turn them on and turn them off. No, I know they do. But I think there are approaching a time where they're not going to be able to turn them off. I don't see it that way. Which is very well organized. You're gonna get individuals that confront people in restaurants zealots like that you're going to have that and somebody might get hurt but on the organized front. These people are very disciplined, and there's about a dozen organizations now where money's flooding in to disrupt the process on the part of the far-left standby, some some news dot com. One thing a couple things here Collins won the big ones. Yes. Play. I'm flakes. Yes. So I'm sure Markowski was yes. And mansion I don't know that that's an interesting or in the middle of a looking at that right now and Bill do you think that they just overplayed their hand? I really feel like they could have had it. They could have had Murkowski they could have had Collins if they really played the seriously. But instead they overplayed their hand to an incredible. Absolutely. And they didn't have what they didn't have look I went through this. And and all all of a sudden every time I turned around. There was somebody else saying awhile Riley, did this what the true? All right. So what they thought would that more people were going to come out and and point a finger at him. And and or somebody was going to. Mr Ford's party statement going on. I was at that party. And I saw this. They have to lose out there. The press accepted it as fact and made it easier for people to come through, and then you had avenue, and all these other crazy people piling on. And and left said, look, this is what usually happens flake, but a year, you know, with the FBI involvement, and, you know, pretty strong statement by Cavanaugh Cavanaugh saved himself. Did you know one of the things that I couldn't do was saved myself because they didn't want they being fought me to address it. Yes. I couldn't save myself Kavanagh did for June. We had turned it. It does look like Joe Manchin has voted. Yes. On cavenaugh. That means. That mansions going to vote to confirm and the reason mansions doing that is because if he boated against. That he might lose the election where the people of West Virginia stupid. We do have one no vote from Lisa Murkowski, some Markowski is out mansion is in flake isn't in Collins is in this would you should be enough for him to get confirmed. Because if it's a tie Pence breaks it, correct? Mccaskey if mcculskey votes against cavenaugh, she's through in the Republican party. Hinrich finished won't get a nickel. From any Republican? And I believe that her Senate career will be over. I think the people of Alaska very conservative state will throw her out. Do you think Joe do you think Bill that we have with with Murkowski the situation where she knew it was going to go through? We wanted to vote. No was able to vote. No. Because she knew they had the fifty votes doesn't matter. Just the Novo going against every single one of her colleagues isolates her and puts her in as a pariah where did the day pariah in the Republican party came? That's an amazing situation. I didn't think Murkowski was gonna put her entire career risk over this. But apparently, she she could vote. Yes tomorrow. How how though if she's voting not to advance the nomination to the floor. Well, now she vote. Yes. I want to confirm it because I didn't think that it should go forward. But now it's gone forward. And so now I'm going to because a lot of people are calling my office. And I'm afraid I'm afraid for my career. I am going to vote. Yes. Maybe I that's a pretty tough line. I don't think she's going to do it. It's an interesting point in that one of the most shocking vote results that I can remember my entire lifetime. Was Lisa Murkowski beating Joe Miller on a write in ballot in that Senate campaign in several years ago does Alaska reward Murkowski after this with another election. I mean, and that's I don't think so I don't think so they.
"mr. keller" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"From western New York athletics and. Roger Weiss resident troublemaker in studio morning. Guys good morning Mr. Keller jury oh what did I do is call me Mr. what does he Matter that's better God, what are we gonna talk about today guys or. Your lack. Of. Beard beard. Yes, I hope the people on the camera here. Can see that Going John John Anthony be like I'll. Treat you to, lunch, today oh that's, so nice wait a, second we're having wings today treat all right yeah we have wink, fest going, on today at bisons field Coca Cola field, Roger judging my son Nick. Was that say Detroit Red Wings Los Angeles, Kings my tribute to Mr. Sirsa? Wings. King high like that takes a little bit of thinking but Sure I'm going to get a. Headache if you sound telling, me I start. Thinking This is not, allowed we look forward to react we look forward to. Win fast every year and juicers does, such a great job putting it is so if you're headed to wink fast as. You enter the gates look to for the pavilion on your right, hand side that's usually where we are talked under there be joined by Lauren fix the car coach who. I'll get to talk cars, for a couple of hours looking, forward to that so stop by say. Hello, Lauren toured, with, me, last. Year Lauren, and, Laurie shields on my team oh you lucky lucky. Lucky. Man all right guys news in? Knows before, we get into the scores Francis. Do you have anything for us my friend None, of the top of my head, Frank and know that the that a. Very, good turnout, for, the, first. Frank Martin, memorial, Gulf.
"mr. keller" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"There's lots, of it but the lineup is. Out A little different tonight your pitcher. Is Mr. Keller and my professors at. Southern Illinois university side, does your former professor throw The right he's a. Righty I'm going to stick with Rizzo leading off playing I I will. Then suggest to you that I don't think Ben's overseas in the lineup. Tonight, is that fair guess you are wrong Okay Zobrist will be batting second. Plane, second Ben jober snap playing second noisy hitting. Second I'm gonna give it one more try and then I'm. Gonna, tap out I'm going to say then that Is a tough one today I don't mean this one you should. Maybe give just now I think I. Think Ian hap is playing second batting second hap. Is not. Playing second, noisy bad. I quit Anthony Rizzo leads off at. First hobby by his bet. Second ad second Benz overs tonight batting third and. He's in left field Jason Heyward your cleanup hitter and right number five hitter, tonight is David Bodey third cows swerver is six in d. h. is in hats in the lineup buddy is hit. In centerfield Addison Russell a chore and tonight a day. Off for cutrier's it's carotene. Was pitching catch it's Monte on. The mound Win another game I'm, with you well Dr. Jesse coming up next cubs lead is a game and half. Yasser, newsstand Makita well he'll pay tribute to one of the legends ball time here in Chicago.
"mr. keller" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Cancer the child stunning is. I learned that, in thirty three states infant care costs exceed the average cost of college tuition. In the states house that lack of affordable. High-quality childcare impact racial equity and if so what should The childcare policies, that are, working to address at fundamental inequality there this is a very complex face but a very important. Space and as I say because Mr. Keller cared so much about children this is a space where we, have invested for decades the first. Thing I'd like to say is I believe. That dollar spent in early childhood, education as soon as possible are the best our spat. And we all know that your return. On your dollar in this space is thirteen to one so it is very important that we and all of. Our states fully embrace early childhood education and development but it's, also a workforce issue none of these issues are silo or isolated so in the case of workforce access to early childhood care. And development is, a problem The cost is one impediment Space emphasis is an, issue quality is an issue and one of the things we're learning is that employers understand this just as well as we do in the philanthropic sector because a great space for for childcare, creates a more attentive. Worker a more productive worker and so employers understand that if we don't, deal with the childcare issue we are also. Impacting economic growth and development and some of the things that we've been doing is creating multisectoral tables were employers are sitting side by side with parents who have children and people who are trying to support the sector to come up with very innovative solutions around how you marry all of these issues and create systems that actually work and Today their fragmented we haven't spoken with one another And so you know some of the work that we're doing even in Michigan where we're thinking about how the employers might even have some. Of these settings close to where the job is we're. Thinking about the time that, child childcare is. Available we need second shift opportunities third. Shift opportunities we also are thinking about the, pipeline you can create of employment for childcare providers and. This is a market that has been under developed community, colleges can play a part in building a pipeline which could also lead to the teacher shortage. And the pipeline that we had there as well so there's a lot of work going on and it is some of the, most important. Work in this space around workforce That is great that governors clearly occupy kind of unique role In our? States and collectively have you identified a challenge to racial equity you believe the governors are, uniquely situated to, make significant progress? In, addressing in our states and if so what. Is that yes I have a few examples The first. Example that I think I'm really excited about, is some work that we have done in Michigan and governor Snyder was a part of this work but I sit on a workforce, task force and again this task force includes employers it includes the public sector and other providers and as the employers were thinking about the trucking industry of the future and looking at barriers to employment in a city like Detroit what they, learned is more than half the drivers in? Detroit were off the road because of driver responsibility fees and different taxes per se that. Were preventing them, to keep their? Licenses, and the employers were saying These fees are so, unbearable that they do create. A physical barrier for people to work and, too many people are out of the market because of these fees and so because we identified that we took that conversation to the, governor and the employers were champions of this work and thank goodness our governor understands economic growth and development and signed a law to eliminate these driver responsibility fees because he knew the. Connection to growth and prosperity So that's just. One example I think another example that we're working on is is how do you provide training opportunities for people who are maybe mid, career and want to be reeducated or certify in another area that's part of our initiative that will be enrolling tomorrow good jobs for all Americans Governor Steve Bullock of the n. g. sort of mid career? Folks and how can we also ensure the we're addressing..
"mr. keller" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Thousand active duty personnel and reservists have died while serving in the us armed forces but according to a new report only twenty eight percent of those deaths came from actually going to war congressional research service finding that more than eleven thousand deaths occurred under circumstances unrelated to war and for more on the report we are joined on the kcbs ring central newsline by jared keller senior editor at the military news website task and purpose mr keller thanks so much for coming on this morning thank you for having me absolutely so a pretty stunning numbers is there a common thread including their service that that led to those other circumstances you know i think one thing that's really important to understand just that when we think about us servicemembers putting their lives on the line be offered in digital in a combat situation but the vast majority of of active duty servicemembers serve out the capacities in those capacities are still dangerous it takes a lot of effort to prepare for war and that means that we have service members across the country who are constantly training on aircraft who are training on you know on navy vessels were trading with dangerous weaponry and accidents happen there's a reason why accidents despite the you know the much cited statistics about suicide among veterans and active duty servicemembers so why the you know the top category is is accidents at mishaps which has become especially salient in recent months so has the level of accidents remained steady over the years have we seen an uptick or decline where does that stand this hats which are mishaps involving aircraft fixed wing or rotary so helicopters or jets in the past six years and a lot of that is arguably attributable to the western the sequester meant that there were fewer resources being hours available for aircraft me which means you have you have service members who were going out of aircraft.
"mr. keller" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast
"Yep oh man so he's joining as a senior vice president leading the company's silicon engineering which encompasses system on chip development and integration so he did a oh yeah okay this is all in my notes did a multiyear stinted apple between contributions to k eight and coming back to work on then at apple he led the design team to build the company's class leading mobile processors so in two thousand fifteen he left amd to join tesla where he's been leading the company's a chip design teams to gate so if tesla produces some kind of chip design that is like freaking awesome in the next year or two four he will basic definitely have had a hand in that i mean what what does this mean for md like they're going to have a couple of good years here because one of the things that mr keller did i don't know it says doctor i don't know never never seen it yet i'm not sure i mean it seems like there's a pretty good chance anyway one of the things that jim keller did it amd was he set out a roadmap present like this is zen one and then here's like future generations of zen like here's here's it's all plotted out for you but after that what did he do where do you find another rockstar like that find good people and let them do their thing i mean it's become very challenging though i mean in the early days chip design was simple enough i mean obviously it was already very complicated but it was simple enough that there could be many people qualified to work on it as time goes on for you to find someone with the knowledge to work on current technology and the experience of everything that's come before it something that does have a value and has a value more and more so as technology progresses to find those people is going to become more and more difficult and when you're amd you are competing with intel to attract those people and we can see who is winning that battle right now.
"mr. keller" Discussed on Defensive Security Podcast
"Yeah i would agree you haven't done justice and men and and and you street it and you know again no affiliation with verizon we just report also you know use this to inform your defensive plants right don't get don't get caught up with whatever the flashy news is in the latest named vulnerability with a logo and theme song and mascot and marketing campaign look look at what's really happening don't become an education extremist i think that's that's really good good advice in insecurity there's always more to do right you're never done in security is always more to do and so from that perspective we have to we have to prioritize we can't let ourselves get enamored with the shiny thing and we have to be able to separate the meltdown inspectors from the ms seventeen tense right and that's you know that's that's important stuff in those are those are two released simple simplistic examples right but especially when you're trying to secure an organization of any kind of size it takes a long time to implement change and so i i still think reports like this are very important for informing our our planning like you said so anyway thank you for listening to us drone on about this report hopefully got something out of it please read the report and with that we will talk again real soon by the way patriot donors awesome thank you yeah thank you very much and again follow the show on twitter at defensive sec follow mr keller on twitter at lurk me on twitter at malicious linked website is www defensive security dot org and with that we will talk yet.
"mr. keller" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"This is something that's not beyond the pale of of potential reality what if the as everybody expects democrats at least take back the house this fall okay i forget about the senate they just take back the house well that leads to gridlock and we've we've lived through bat certainly in the past right where one party has the the white house had maybe one branch of congress but the other party has the other and nothing happens and as we knew part of a circumstance that helped elect trump was frustration with many years of grip locked government of people are frustrated by that so what if we head into twenty twenty where the gridlock government people not feeling great about that maybe spreading the blame pretty widely for it and as we discussed a minute ago the tax cut and other economic moves the deregulation have in fact whether it's short term or not delivered something of of a real boom in wages and good job creation okay i would suggest those might be circumstances under which donald trump's brand however tainted could once again prevail it would depend on the competition and a lot of other factors be doesn't plunge us into some kind of ruinous war the economy's chugging along and the democrats are not covering themselves in glory it happened before it can happen again i agree with that i will respond to that when we come back from break and glenn in doug on hold if you join them on hold six one seven two five four ten thirty i've got john keller mr keller at large and he's waiting to hear your points to counter his points here at wbz with a time and.
"mr. keller" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"And and missed the keller and his new administration unify miss out it is not easy to govern and right after you win an election have to see doesn't like you are in this case minorities thirtysomething percent act 5050 not yet but you understand what i'm saying you're uh so i wanted to thank our j for all his his uh work for the city here and we're gonna have mayor barry on for a sort of an exit interview on november twenty and out of yet rate uh so boone forward where where are what are we gonna do i know you teasing about what the business community is going to do you know as uh uh spokespersons uh for the business community w you know running your business is always a struggle of you know it and it is actually small business rescues small business it's always a struggle but we uh i can i can speak for myself in speaking for people that i work with uh we will we got to find a way you know that's that's the way it is you the data we were not going to be sour grapes were just got the final wait and luckily you know i right after the election i've spoken with mr keller back in early october and uh he said we will sit down and we'll talk so i'm gonna hold him to that and we'll see how that goes but what is really more can me and my wife last night is it is a lot easier to work with people when it's five four as opposed to six three yes so i you know that is the uncertainty and who knows how to act in a turnout catechism the abrego's victory last night district five gives the democrat to 6'3 majority if it's five four people like can sanchez was a democrat but has always been known as a a sling a swing vote especially when it comes to business and business community issues he reneged he's always been sort of a voice of reason uh from that perspective now he could he could still be a voice of reason but they would still have the votes necessary.
"mr. keller" Discussed on X96
"The wheel the driver john melling killer lou john wayne kellerman you get aim here had a bikini thong covering his genitals bikini song yeah and vassal lean covering his hands upper and lower body parts said deputy daryl bb her to hold onto the steering wheel as roy was having it was really gina as you will recall he was stop through radic driving the cop also reported observing quote an open jr of vandalim that was nearly empty quote unquote and quote a pornographic magazine in the passenger's seat mr callanan john wayne kellerman not surprisingly was extremely nervous in manner and his hands were shaking and his voice trembling there said the deputy to whom mr keller lament handed the who don't take anything is handed a vassal lean streak guy need card as needs by gave occasion you see we don't wear police officers enough when asked if well let's say the policeman said you've been having at yourself while you're driving and he say that no i just by that he asked him directly in in the but i'm going to say is i like the way you put on because it's so that's the way of i had been the cop i would have said so you've been have an actress oh boy i like that well driving mr keller lim said at one point mr kelam ever offered the officer a rag why not by also we know of of his id card well you now want their irag is worse than they actually well if the the officer referred to say it no other watcher seamen wrangling keys were he did say that he returned to his patrol car mr kellerman was subsequently arrested after a check revealed that his licence had been revoked and had not been valid since 1985 it spread these still had it well spent most of the last twenty seven years in prison on an assortment of charges including narcotics possession domestic assault auto theft burglar and escape from confinement uh he was charged with speeding driving with a revoke licences by the way and inventoried mr kellerman car noted the drivers area of the vehicle was extremely greasy you do vessel lead but boehner candidate number one unita ragged wiped that also his boehner candidate number two.
"mr. keller" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Kellerman can you hear me ride day they'll sure i'll will work so mr kellerman offers the officer a quote rag start wife of the basilenos off the id deputy however rightly refuses the rag i won't use the term that he use move and returned to his patrol car realize that he had a real hot mess on has all words peres out by the way mr kelam and had but he was arrested which you've gotta just want to be there to see how he arrests the vazza lienfong man how does he get him into a pair of handcuffs the patrol car the backseat and just well he puts down a towel for the guy i actually feel bad for him because the sky is just kind of has weird kinks any get pole he got pulled over shaking because he was not know that there is a good strong likely but wait there's more really after they do a little digging uh they determined that mr kellerman has not had a valid license since 1985 okay well now i don't feel bad for him and has spent most of the past twenty seven years in state prison on us charges okay he was just playing with fire as well well hang with himself i you know just police say thank you to police officers everywhere please yeah an officer and hopefully they don't have to pick up almost naked guy covered in fastlane taken care of himself all feel bad for him in general which who the officer a little of bolster kellerman mr keller ran he's had a life for heavily he's had ally in any just think about the the the mic thought process if you like yeah i gotta get in my car are got thrown out of my various wayne death ray go but that's what i mean there's a tragic logic the thought train that this mr kellerman was following saying that this was a good idea i think the thought train crash i think it derailed all right well we'll move on worry are not going to florida today unfortunately all i know sorry florida you just weren't weird enough forest today but we are going to south union township in pennsylvania and we're going to meet a woman named stephanie stephanie her she's in a little bit of a bind here our so she was charged with defiant trespass after entering a.
"mr. keller" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Mayor's office and then we report back the following month so that every month revenue discussion about what to do in our city and our tax dollars that's how we drive accountability thank you mr keller we won't give us rebuttal team similar dikes all excellent question what about accountability and i think the question was more bad accountability in anything because this is such a huge huge question first of all we must keep in mind that those of us who serve in city government work for you once again and we do have these metrics available we do have lots and lots of things we track the average citizen out there does not know how to track them if they're computerliterate there are ways that they can go on our very archaic very difficult tedious website and access some of those at the data that they're looking for and i think it wouldn't hurt one for us to reach out and help others who can't to go to community centers and asked the questions they have and even make appointments to speak with the mayor one online and can as we learned dikes on time for our next question for this one we're going to go to southeast albuquerque to the traumas community center where we find our brittany costello with the next question we have lauren unions here with that question a lorry up the poor hi argued talked about many situations in which police were needed but they didn't arrive at all or the arrived late we need more police we also need police who can identify and respond to situations appropriately regardless of a person's zip code mental health race or gender and in light of these issues and in the recent spike in criminal activity what is your plan to bring in highly trained officers who are culturally sensitive and who can also respond correctly to potentially dangerous situations augusta drought eu have the first answer to this question so start the last part of that question and thank you for it first of all i think the real answer is that we build that police department we're looking for we can't trust and outside department our communities and to know all of our intersection aladi that's something that's on us that's on our education that's something we can look forward to tackling had on the rest of it there how do.