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"mr. moore d" Discussed on Parcast Presents
"Hello Mrs Leninger. This Lieutenant Vogel spoke to your husband last week and had a few follow up questions is he there. You should be ashamed of yourself after you left. My husband was so rattled. He could hardly talk. He won't be speaking with you anymore. Mr Vogel you'll have to get in touch with his lawyer as I said you'll have to take it up with Mr Moore. Goodbye now claiming that he had felt threatened by the police. Doctor Linenger hired Richard more a bulldog of a man to be his lawyer the very next day once more got involved all cooperation with investigators stopped in March of nineteen sixty seven nearly seven months after the Brooklyn murders the Cincinnati enquirer ran an article regarding the stalled negotiations between Lieutenant. Vogel and Richard More. Dr Linenger's name was left out in an effort to his involvement anonymous in the article. It was noted that Mr Moore had set forth a series of demands regarding his unnamed clients. Cooperation Lieutenant Vogel had agreed to several of the stipulations including a series of predetermined questions the constant presence of Mr Moore as well as meeting in place. And a time at the client's convenient even with these concessions Mr Moore was still uncooperative. Going so far as to ignore calls from the police department eventually after a Green Township officer ran into him on the steps of the courthouse. Mr Moore responded with his most audacious demand yet Mr Moore requested. Police handover lieutenant. Vogel's forty five minute recording of his client. Vogel of course refused. He even went so far as to publicly claim that Mr Moore was obstructing a criminal investigation on this tense back and forth might of escalated further. If it wasn't for one important precedent that had just been sat in the Midwest the Miranda rules in the middle of nineteen sixty six mere months before the break of murders. The Supreme Court of the United States decided that all citizens accused of a crime must be informed of their fifth and sixth amendment rights prior to interrogation essentially people must be informed of their rights to remain silent and to retain an attorney while. Dr Linenger was not under arrest. Everything he said or didn't say was assumed to be on the record since Lieutenant. Vogel had not complied with the newly established Miranda rules. He made it almost too. Easy for Dr Linenger's lawyer to refuse to cooperate. This is where the investigation seemed idle. Stuck at a dead end and uncooperative lawyer in his client shutdown investigation that has made little to no progress for over half a century. To complicate matters further. Dr Fred Linenger could no longer cooperate with police in this investigation even if he wanted to decades after the murder in two thousand four when he was seventy three years old. Dr Fred Leninger and his wife passed away due to natural causes during their retirement in Florida. Or at least that's what their obituaries read. The Linenger's official death records. Show that both Fred and his wife committed suicide in Ohio. Unfortunately independent journalists have been unable to uncover the means or circumstances of the elderly couples deaths similarly law enforcement has not released any details on the dual suicides. It has been speculated that failing health or the feeling that they were burdens to their relatives caused the elderly Leninger coupled to kill themselves however fans of true crime have suggested another reason guilt while there are many reasons why an individual or even to individuals might take their own lives. Guilt has always been looked at as a distinct possibility. In the case of the Linenger's no one can say definitively whether Dr Linenger or his wife had anything to do with brick murders however rumors theories and fans of the true crime genre. Haven't let this case lie and with all the speculation. Only one thing remains consistent. Most theorists believed that Linda was at the center of it. All and some believe that Linda's possible ties to his shady past may have led to her family's.
Nothing new to report: Robert Mueller testifies
"And the competitors editors are really fast I up though after months of anticipation special special counsel Robert Mueller reluctantly appeared before Congress yesterday for hours of televised testimony penalty of perjury testimony you're about to give correct the best of your knowledge information belief so help you got but the record show the witness sense of the affirmative thank you and please be seated he testified in back to back hearings for the House Judiciary Committee and the House Intelligence Committee with the President's still refuse to sit interview by your your team Pru in sometimes halting performance. Mr Mueller reiterated points from his Report on whether President Donald Trump's election campaign conspired with Russia whether Mr Trump impeded the ensuing investigation allegation lost the noise again was a warning that Russian operatives continue to meddle in America's electoral system. Mr Mueller had promised that his testimony would contain nothing beyond his report and on that he delivered his appearance doesn't seem to have had the impact that many Democrats were hoping for it may be the last that the public here's from Mr Muller even if his investigation and his report continue continue to drive debate Robert Mueller's investigation ran for two years during that whole time he said nothing publicly John Pro is our United States editor. There was a lot of competition journalists to find out what was really going on with the murder investigation and it wasn't leaky then when he presented his report finally he gave some short remarks and that was it and since then Democratic congressman in particular really wanted to get him to testify so that they could get him on the record they could get clips of him talking about President Trump and so this is really equally anticipated in the end they had to six hours even though he said he was reluctant to testify and as a prosecutor who still had some life cases it was in some senses inappropriate to do so so this was very eagerly anticipated testimony on the hill. Did he taimour. What what? What did they extract from him? He didn't say a whole lot more. Most disasters was short clip it. I refer you to this page in the report yes no. He didn't go beyond what was written in the reports and again he said Rice at the beginning of his testimony that he wouldn't do so I I would <hes> direct you to report dot what we have in the report with regard to that particular. We don't have the redacted version that's yet nevertheless there was a certain power to hearing him say some of the things that appear the report I pick out two things in particular the I would be on obstruction of justice has repeatedly claimed that your report found there was no obstruction and that it completely and totally exonerated him but that is not what reports said is it correct. It is not what the report said so one of the headlines President not cleared on obstruction of justice. There was a sudden powered seeing row but Melissa the other thing was him saying that agreeing with the Democratic congressman the president could potentially be charged once he leaves office because that opinion of the of legal counsel would no longer apply. Could you charge the president with a Trimbe after he left office. Yes you believe that he committed you could charge the president United States with obstruction structure justice after he left office yes ethically under the ethical standards. I'm not certain looked at the standards but but that's not a whole lot of payoff from six hours of testimony and what did Mr Moore say about the Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election on election interference by the Russian government he repeated much of the evidence which is in the report is very damning on the extent of the activities. He also said that he thought that election interference by rush was ongoing no repercussions whatsoever to Russia if they did this again and as you stated earlier as we sit here they're doing it now. Is that correct. You're absolutely right. Do you have any violent. He said that he hoped hoped this wasn't the new normal in American politics but it very well may be so it was democratic congressman who who wants to get Mr Miller on the on the national stage in the first place well. How do you think they did in terms of making the most of their opportunity identing they what they wanted? Wanted out of this. If what they wanted was to get lots of footage of Robert Mueller criticizing Donald Trump has campaign by reading up it's his report. They didn't get that what they did get is what another thing that congressman often want from these these kinds of hearings which is clips of themselves talking for many of them. The point was their opportunity to speak rather than what they could get out of Robert Mueller and you could see this by even while Muller was testifying you had clips of the Democratic and Republican congressman grilling him popping up cut by their office and then popping up on Youtube and on twitter so the opportunity for the Congress when to speak was as important or Bob's even more important than the opportunity for Robert mullet speak and and that's kind of grandstanding was going on both sides of the I'll certainly was as you'd expect Republicans were keen to repeat one of the conclusions of the report which was that the special counsel didn't find evidence for conspiracy between the trump campaign and the Russian Russian government on the other hand they will also very keen to assail Muller's impartiality the credibility of some of his team. You hired a bunch of people that did not like the president. Peter Struck hated trump okay. You didn't know that before he was made part of your team. Is that what you're saying not know that all right a low of Republicans on the committee were very cross that he'd floated this idea that he couldn't exonerate the president and they said well. This is not how prosecutors met behave prosecutors. Don't stand up and say I can't exonerate this person they stand up and say I can charge this person or I can't charge this person and so you know you'll legal theory of this. This case is questionable so the quite a lot of that was even some slightly crazy conspiracy theory stuff so yes there was a good deal of grandstanding Republicans as well and you got the feeling that plenty of them probably knew the president trump would have been watching some of this on T._v.. Anxious to impressive and did they succeed was was was impressed. Well it seems so he was tweeting writing about it on and he had plenty of towards Robert Muller had no material he had nothing to work with so obviously he did very early today. I don't think there's anybody even among the fakers. I don't think there's anybody that would say he did well. I I looked at your testimony means for president trump for president trump the most important thing here it was whether the testimony would make it more likely that House Democrats would try to impeach him. I think it's less likely than it was before Robert Muller testified. I didn't think it was very likely in the first place in for a number of reasons but most of them just politically clearly the democratic leadership in the house doesn't want to impeach they think that if you impeach in the House and then the president is acquitted in the Senate that backfires politically you know that may you may not be correct but it certainly view and I think that's those Democrats who in favor of impeachment those house Democrats in favor of impeachment who are hoping perhaps that robot mullah might give them some ammunition will have been disappointed by the hearing so take coif president trump impeachment less likely and what about four what the <hes> the public will make try to this. This has been this trailed as a huge event. <hes> what happens now. Does this draw a line under it. Is this the end of of the the broader muller question. This has always been a story which has fascinated people who follow to politics very closely more than it's been a story for the public large. If you go round talking to voters away from the big cities it's hard to find signed much mention of the Muller people focused on different things and so the Democrats may be rather disappointed in the short time by Robert molest testimony. Actually you know politically internal GONNA political strategy. It might not be a bad thing for them to move on from this so the the seems to be the last that will hear from from Robert Mueller and you've been following this for for literal years in <hes> forensic detail. What's what's your take away from? All this might take away from this release something about how the news is made. I I mean had the Miller <unk> landed without the trails without the investigative reporting without everything we knew already about what happened in the two thousand sixteen campaign had it just landed on people's desks without any knowledge I think it would have had an extraordinary impact pat in American politics. I think it's quite likely you would have had impeachment proceedings already but the way that on knowledge of what happened in two thousand sixteen both in the Russian election interference and in terms of what the trump campaign got up to the way gradually built men the win report arrived a lot of people struck by shoulders and said Oh well does not much new to see here that
Former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi dies; was imprisoned since 2013
"Egypt's, first democratically elected president Mohamed Morsi has died after collapsing in court in Cairo. The sixty seven year old Fulmer Muslim Brotherhood leader was attending a hearing to answer charges of espionage. Mr. Moore, see of former engineering professor was elected in twenty twelve following the Arab spring, but a year later with Egypt gripped by mass protests, he was deposed by the army Rania Sambre in Cairo says his health had been concerned for some time as family had made repeated requests to the government to give more medical care and to allow them to visit him more often they were denied visiting him possibly for the first three years of his detention from two thousand and thirteen and the always complained of his medical condition, but let me add here that the medical care offered to prisoners in Egypt is always of very poor standard. So when it comes to medical care, in particular, it was not used as a punitive measure against the former Egyptian President, but rather it is the state in Japan, prisons, and that goes for thousands of prisoners, the Muslim Brotherhood has described his death as
India, Mumbai India And Narendra Modi discussed on Weekend Edition Sunday
"Prime minister Narendra Modi and his BJP party declared victory in this year's historic general election in India BJP is a Hindu nationalist party that wants to establish India as a Hindu nation, this makes for a difficult reality for the country's millions of religious and ethnic minorities, the largest being Indian Muslims run. You've is an independent journalist who has covered prime minister Modi since the early days of his political career. She's also a Muslim living in Mumbai India, and she joins us now via Skype, welcome to the program. Thank you for having me, Susan. There are many minority groups in India from Muslims to Christians to Jane's dollar. It's what is lifelike right now for these people as I call him a couple of months ago that life for Indian minorities, the nyc met in India right now because that into moldy in his last five yet dome has unleased kind of linked. Small in India that wants to establish a Hindu state lynchings on the street self Muslims allegedly eating beef, the president of the ruling party has differed, Muslim Muslims, still might and infiltrators migrants who need to be out. So that's the kind of sentiment despite the fact that his acceptance speech yesterday his dogged about an inclusive India, as somebody who is absorbed. Split to gutty. Mr. Moore does not walk the dog and Indian minorities that are read of his jacket God in hate crimes, and he'd speech. So that is apprehended is few amongst Indian minorities at this point of time. Muslims make up about fourteen percent of the population in the country of India yet. Just four percent of the representation in parliament. That is the lowest level in decades. Is this anti Muslim sentiment? You're talking about contributing also to the decline in representation in government. Absolutely. Because it's a full time in independent. India read the ruling party does not have a single Muslim Representative involement, despite the population of Muslims in India being one ninety million and that's speaks volumes on the kind of discrimination, you know, the government has all these of Muslims vase, BJP leaders have made scathing remarks with wisdom community that up a minister of China and unfair said that she does not need them listening to get elected. Listen, India have been under presented in with its sickle cell. This is with us in the armed force in the volcanic sources, because it is a sentiment of the government that do not encourage Muslims. Five Muslim candidates, especially with the anti-muslim sentiment in the country. So Muslims are at least presenting Indian movement is not the least fisa pricing, especially with business. Gene, this rise of populist, nationalist, right wing, governments. We see it happening all over the world in places like Hungary, and Brazil, Australia. What message do you think it sends to the world that India, the world's largest democracy? Is following the trend. I know the populist regime solid with void, but when the world's largest democracy, tries to follow that model. It ruins it stickler character that we've all been saying that if Mr. moody comes to father would be an attack on India's. Sole index notify the goal the list
Economy added 263,000 jobs in April
"This morning's announcement of April unemployment is where we start two hundred sixty three thousand new jobs added to this economy last month, the employment rate fell to three point six percent. A generational low has to be pointed out on a Swanson is that the New York Times k Davidson is with the Wall Street Journal here to fully contextualized the past five days in this Konomi, everybody. Hake kay. Let me start with you. And this every time, and and certainly we've said it here. But every time the judge board has come out in the last guy. It's got to be like a year. We have said, oh, we're at full employment. This can't possibly go on any longer. And yet every month. It keeps going on. What gives amazing? Well, I think that I think that it's a sign of a couple things one seems to be that there are just more people out there. The the the economy because it's so strong right now is continuing to draw workers off of the sidelines. Now this month report showed a perhaps a little bit of a dip of the participation rate went down for the second straight month. But more broadly as you said over the past year or so that rate has been doing well, and I think that, you know, we've been hearing from employers that they're having a hard time finding workers in that low unemployment rate means would suggest as you said that there just aren't that many more people, but they're coming in. So they're being attracted by a couple of things, I think wages have we just wage gains have been much stronger up three point two percent in April come from year earlier. So yeah, it was a pretty strong report on a let me ask you this. And this is a large contextual question. But it does seem to have been a. A five or six day period of conundrum in this economy. Right. We got gross domestic product last week at three point two percent. We got jobs today. Really nice. Inflation came out on Monday Tuesday. It was really low the feds hanging on there's something unusual happening. Yes. Yeah. Absolutely. So this combination of super low unemployment, and and hike growth and low inflation is not really supposed to be possible. So when unemployment drafts this low job creation should should slow and inflation should surge. But we're just seeing the economy keep on trucking, and you know, the fed it's it's kind of a bizarre situation for the fed where softening inflation in straw job growth, are pointing them in two different directions. So this week the fed said it it was expected above trend growth to import inflation over time. And they indicated that they're on hold for now. They're basically on pas to see what what shakes out in this economy, so K to that. Point of Jay Powell, and the fed and them in essence on I'm gonna exaggerate her a little bit. But in essence, they're just kinda shrug their shoulders and saying we're guessing that inflation's gonna bounce back. The where we want to be around two percent, but they don't really know a little bit. Yeah. It's it's reminding me of this really funny speech from I think it was Randy quarrels on the fed. Vice chairman last year, he talked about his those trainings up those funny. But he he trained as a pilot, and he talked about how when he was starting out in flight school. They train them not to focus too much on the needle right where the dial is showing them, but they had to kinda learn to follow all of the signs and not target one direction too closely in particular, and he's he kind of said this is sort of where we what what we is officials feel like we need to do right now. And so instead of raising rates preemptively because job growth is strong and the expected to lead to more inflation, they're sort of switching their mode, and now they've gone from that to this kind of wait and see mode, and I think that that they signaled on Wednesday that they're they're pretty confident that that's working right now because of this positive data, and that was reaffirmed, of course, with Friday's jobs data. Let me take a very quick swing into the politicization of the fed on it. And then and then we'll moth the central Bank, Stephen Moore. The president's you know, floated nominee, but not officially named. To the fed board guy as withdrawn Larry cudlow said today, the president's chief economic adviser, the vice president United States also said today that they what they want the fed to do is actually got rates right now. Gimme like thirty seconds on politicization of the fed. And maybe has has this episode of mister Cain, and Mr. Moore taught the president anything. Well, I'm not sure I mean, I I don't necessarily think so because in a tweet earlier this week the president actually compared the fed to China China's adding great stimulus to its economy while at the same time keeping interest rates low. I mean, you know, the Federal Reserve is supposed to be it wide operates independently from the White House that's pretty different from China's managed economy. I think it's worth remembering that, this just isn't this isn't normal. And you know, we have seen the president's recent efforts to put his supporters on the fed failed with Herman Cain and Stephen Moore. Both withdrawing from consideration. It remains to be seen. What kind of candidate? They put up nex. Oughta let me stay with you for a second. Since you mentioned China. I do want to draw on your trade expertise, which is your beat at the times sexual nation. And Trade Representative Robert lighthizer have been in Beijing this week doing what one assumes will be the the very hard last few things in a US China trade deal. What can you tell us? It does seem like the administration is emphasizing that, you know, the the president could still walk away. He's ready to do that. But we could see China deal as early as next week. And you know, it does seem like it'll leave some of the Trump administration's goals on the cutting room floor like subsidies, cyber theft, data restrictions, but I think you can also credibly make the argument that President Trump is getting more here from China than past administrations have done. I mean, I think the big question for me is whether we should declare victory here for the more aggressive trade strategy and general, and you know, what the question is. What comes next? I mean, the China agree. Might still be setting us up for more tension between the two countries. If tariffs are brought back into the relationship. You could see a tit for tat tariff war kind of follow quickly here to an agreement.
"mr. moore d" Discussed on WSJ What's News
"Facebook is recruiting banks to help it with the effort, but the barriers are high. Crypto currencies have a relatively niche status and Facebook battered, reputation amongst users and regulators certainly doesn't help and Baltimore mayor, Catherine Pugh has resigned over a book scandal. Here's her resignation statement as read by her lawyer for the harm that I've caused to the image of the city of Baltimore and the credibility of the office of the mayor. Mr. you made more than five hundred thousand dollars selling herself published children's books, they were titled healthy Holly to companies, including some that benefited from her official actions were reporting that the resignation is a stunning fall for miss Pugh who up until this year seemed poised to run for and win another term. Now, our main story this morning Stephen Moore yesterday, he withdrew his name for consideration for fed seat. That makes him the second person to officially withdraw after President Trump said that he would prefer to nominate them for a seat on the fed board to get the backstory Charlie Turner spoke with our reporter Paul Kiernan from Washington just a half hour after Paul was speaking with Mr. Moore himself on the phone, President Trump says conservative commentators Stephen Moore has withdrawn from consideration for position on the Federal Reserve Board. Mr. Trump tweeted, the news of Mr. Moore's withdrawal. But didn't say why Mr. Moore changed mind? Let's get details on this from Wall Street Journal reporter, Paul Karen who joins us via Skype from Washington, Paul first of all this came after Mr. Moore, abruptly changed his mind, didn't well, I dunno changed. His mind is the right way to put it. I spoke with Mr. Moore a little while ago half an hour ago, or so, and he actually told me that. He and Lawrence Kudlow, the White House. Economic adviser had basically decided to withdraw him from the fed candidacy last night..
Stephen Moore withdraws from Fed consideration
"Now, our main story this morning Stephen Moore yesterday, he withdrew his name for consideration for fed seat. That makes him the second person to officially withdraw after President Trump said that he would prefer to nominate them for a seat on the fed board to get the backstory Charlie Turner spoke with our reporter Paul Kiernan from Washington just a half hour after Paul was speaking with Mr. Moore himself on the phone, President Trump says conservative commentators Stephen Moore has withdrawn from consideration for position on the Federal Reserve Board. Mr. Trump tweeted, the news of Mr. Moore's withdrawal. But didn't say why Mr. Moore changed mind? Let's get details on this from Wall Street Journal reporter, Paul Karen who joins us via Skype from Washington, Paul first of all this came after Mr. Moore, abruptly changed his mind, didn't well, I dunno changed. His mind is the right way to put it. I spoke with Mr. Moore a little while ago half an hour ago, or so, and he actually told me that. He and Lawrence Kudlow, the White House. Economic adviser had basically decided to withdraw him from the fed candidacy last night.
"mr. moore d" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Bar sent to congress. The second letter was followed by a phone call between the two house minority leader Kevin McCoy. Carthy disagrees with the speakers assessment, turning general bars have been very transparent brought forward the information. I think it's time to stop wasting this majority and actually get something done for the American public. All this comes on the heels of the attorney general's refusal to appeal appear before a house panel yesterday after a squabble with Democrats over the hearings format New York, congressman, Gerald Nadler. The chairman of the House Judiciary committee has threatened to hold Mr. bar in contempt or have him arrested or fined for refusing to comply with a subpoena. President Trump says a second of his picks for a Federal Reserve position was out of consideration following resistance from Republican senators a further setback his efforts to place political allies at the central Bank. Mr. Trump tweeted Thursday that conservative commentator Stephen Moore has decided to withdraw from the fed process. The announcement came less than two hours after Mr. Moore told the Wall Street Journal and other news outlets that he would continue to seek the nomination person close to the White House told the journal that opposition from several Republican senators and concern that the public scrutiny about Mr. Moore would intensify we're strong factors in his withdrawal count Iowa. Senator Joni Ernst among those happy that Mr. Moore has withdrawn thankful that he made that choice. I am. I think it was the right thing to do. The withdrawal marks the end of a six week period that began when Mr. Trump made clear he was seeking the place new members on the fed board who shared his political views and agreed with him. That the central Bank has been too reluctant to lower interest rates to stimulate economic growth. Mr. Trump has also criticised fed chairman Jerome Powell as favoring interest rates higher than the president would like. Facebook has banned in a of personalities who deems to inflammatory to be shared on.
Stephen Moore, President Trump And Sarah Sanders discussed on Overnight re-air of day's programming
"Sarah Sanders is the White House press secretary with reporters today in the White House driveway. There was a question near the end about Stephen Moore potentially being nominated for spot on the Federal Reserve Board and Sarah Sanders said we're going to move forward with that. A couple of hours later, President Trump tweeted that Stephen Moore has withdrawn his nomination in the tweet the president described as a great pro growth, a communist any truly fine person Associated Press notes that the withdrawal comes after losing Republican support in the Senate largely over his past inflammatory writings about women and the democratic leader of the Senate Chuck Schumer put out a statement, saying, I Cain, referring to Herman Cain. Also, not going to be nominated now more. Thank goodness. Neither were actually nominated. The only thing less funny than some of Mr. Moore's casteless offensives, sexist sexist jokes with the idea that President Trump would even consider him for a seat on the federal.
"mr. moore d" Discussed on 600 WREC
"As we continue Sydney Powell, author of license to lie. Peter Sweitzer author of the book compromised. Thank you both for being with us. I wanna go back Sydney to the second part of the mullahs report. It doesn't make a determination. Just lays out the facts, basically, saying is Donald Trump publicly talked about firing Muller Rosenstein Kef sessions, and and he hoped and was praying that that general Flynn didn't get a lot of trouble. Okay. That's called freedom of speech. He didn't do or act any way on any of these issues just like the deep state officials that were talking about secretly taping the president or voting the twenty fifth amendment. They only talked about it. They didn't do it. So it's not a crime. It's not obstruction. Hillary Clinton's case was obstruction with real intent with an underlying real crime. So Muller put it in there. Why could throw red meat to the democrat? Mr. Weisman report, I call it. The Weizmann report not report I guarantee you Mr. Moore. Right this. I'd be surprised if even read the whole thing maybe edited a word here and there, but this is textbook, Andrew Weissmann. It's a smear campaign is throwing red meat to the Democrats, you'll the resistance and whatever impeachment and other have they wanna wreck for the next eighteen months to continue the of the president. That's absolutely all it is. There is a nice single case for statute and the obstruction section with warrant and obstruction prosecution in fact on page nine I think it is. They even flag it as potentially relevant obstruction statute that is a huge red flag right there that they have. Absolutely. That's great cats. I actually picked up on that as I was reading it. I actually read through the whole thing believe it or not there has to be an underlying crime in. There has to be intent Hillary did violate the espionage act. It is irrefutable. The evidence is overwhelming and incontrovertible. And we know that that investigation was rigged. We know the intent when she deleted the subpoenaed emails. Sales and cleaned up. The hard drive in that case that is obstruction case one of the stunning things about the report is the obstruction of Justice legal analysis. If only anything like that had been applaud to Hillary Clinton's concrete actions in destroying her black berries, having her hard drive bleach did and. Completely wiped out and destroying all the Email after they've been subpoenaed all of that all of that conduct was actual obstruction of Justice and destruction of evidence nothing they talk about in the report as respect president. -struction in any way, shape or form last word. Peter Sweitzer pluck all they're left with after all the claims, the beginning of twenty seventeen massive collusion and cooperation were left now with them essentially saying that there were some meetings, and that was contact between Trump campaign officials and Russians if that is where it's left the Clinton team has. Ties or close relationships with those same Russian entities. And I think Sydney talked about it earlier. It's really the double standard that everybody is sped up with. If you want to have a consistent standard, a heart. Standard apply to Trump apply to Clinton. That's great. That's fun. I think that's a good thing. But that's not what's happening and bats. Why people look at this and believe the process has lags question. Yes. Or no answer will people be indicted, Sydney. Yes. Peter. Yes. Three yeses. All right. Thank you. Both Peter Sweitzer Sydney Powell, we appreciate your insight as always when we come back. John solomon. Well, he's breaking big news next week. He'll give us a preview, then Geraldo is asking for democratic candidates, which one is going to apologize. The Donald Trump, don't hold your breath. He and Dan.
Pushback against Fed nominees Cain and Moore
"Start with the Federal Reserve and Herman Cain and Stephen Moore, the president's rumored choices he has said they are his choices but hasn't officially nominated them. Mr. Canaan seems is not getting the votes required. Mr moore. Stephen Moore, a longtime economic commentator is also in some trouble. But I want to ask you, this Republican senators are very slowly coming around to the idea that these men might not be suitable for the Federal Reserve, but they are not critiquing their economic views. They're relying instead on personal. That these two men have. And I wonder how you're thinking about that. Well, I think it's I think it's very interesting how these two picks came about they were very different the process here or lack thereof is different from what we've seen so far. So, you know, early on in the Trump administration. There were longtime fed watchers who are very nervous that the president would maybe try to put in very partisan political picks, and I would say at least initially the first round of of of nominees were fairly mainstream. And I think that gave a lot of comfort to markets into into people who worked within the fed or head, you know, former fed people that actually this is fairly typical folks drum Powell certainly he'd been there a long time views are fairly closely aligned with Jenny Yellen. Randy quarrels, rich Clarita, even the nomination of Nellie laying. She was a democrat. So that was a little bit unusual. But, but I think she was well regarded she ran into some problems. I think with with some resistance from the banking community and she ended up with. Drying. Now here comes Stephen Moore and Herman Cain in the previous process. That was run through the National Economic Council the president's advisors. They played a big role in finding candidates selecting them. And I think generally the president was, you know, not all that interested. He was happy to review those picks this time, he clearly selected these two P these two men himself announced them for the head and gone through any of the vetting so far. And I think that that that's a clear break from what we'd seen before? And I think it just demonstrates the president as we know has been frustrated with fed policy think it suggest he wants to take take the reins they're a little bit and inject some of his, you know, his own his own views in the central blank. She'll let me ask you this in and it's a semi-official question. But it goes like this what's wrong with that. Okay. And the hang on let me let me give you the part two of that question. Which is we call. It's gotta be ten or twelve conservative or right-leaning economists this past week. None of them would go on the record as criticizing these choices because we wanted to get a conservative. Say what is problematical with having the fed be politicized? So you do it. Well, visit the fed has this very long tradition of independence, and the people that will say, they're not really truly independent. I mean, the the the president in selecting nominees for the board that that is a way that that the White House does have political influence, and certainly I think if you look back at different picks in both administrations there picking people whose views presumably align with their own economic views. I think what's different in this instances, not that these two men are viewed as political, but that they're viewed as more partisan, and and also the fact that they they had they've they've really shifted their view of what is appropriate for the direction monetary policy, and their views seem to have swung based on who is in the White House. That is Steve Moore, for example, had been calling for much tighter policy during the Obama administration. Now, the economy's doing even better, and he seems to be. Supporting the view of President Trump that that the policy actually should be looser that the fed made a mistake and tightening. And and I think that if he makes it to nomination hearing. There will be LA number of lawmakers who want to hear him explain further, you know, how do you justify that shift as I think that's what gives people concern and their in laws the economic harm right because doing doing things for political gain becomes a problem. Economically, ready think the fed the fed would say that that their goal is to do. What's best for the economy over the long run? So obviously, you know politicians have different interests. So we have an election coming up in twenty twenty if the fed I mean, I think the fed is signal that they're they're done raising rates for this year. And who knows if they'll raise them again before the before the next presidential election. But, but obviously, I think folks in the White House would like to continue to see robust economic growth, and they really don't want the fed doing anything that might slow that down. That's where this sort of natural conflict comes from
"mr. moore d" Discussed on WSJ What's News
"We'll get more on this in a moment. First hair some headlines, we're watching the stock market which plummeted Friday in the face of weak economic reports. A report Friday showed factory output in the euro-zone fell in March at the fastest pace in six years, while a gauge of US manufacturing activity slipped to its lowest level in nearly two years. The data sent bond yields tumbling in the US and in Germany for the latest updates on financial markets, click on wsJcom or WSJ podcasts. President Trump said Friday he intends to nominate former campaign adviser Stephen Moore to serve on the Federal Reserve Board of governors Mr. Moore's a fellow at the Heritage Foundation, a conservative think tank as well as a commentator on CNN previously. He worked as an editorial page writer for the. Wall Street Journal, Mr. Moore for many years argued against the feds post-crisis policies to keep rates low and to buy long-term bonds to stimulate growth warning that the measures would stoke high inflation, but he's recently said that the fed is making money too tight echoing Mr. Trump's criticism of the fed and its chair Jerome Powell. Mr. Moore's nomination would need Senate confirmation. General Motors said Friday, it will invest three hundred million dollars in plant in Michigan to build a new electric car under the Chevy brand. The move comes as the Detroit car maker has faced criticism from President Trump for plans to close four US factories GM said it would add roughly four hundred new jobs to the plant in Orion township Michigan all toward producing the new Chevrolet electric vehicle. It will be modeled on the Chevy bolts architecture still ahead. We'll talk with the Wall Street Journal's Nick Tim rose about fed shared Jerome pals. Flexibility on monetary policy..
"mr. moore d" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Of America Merrill. Lynch. Sore program today will feature to distinguish speakers with distinct viewpoints. Dr Brad delong professor of economics at the university of California at Berkeley and former US deputy assistant secretary of the treasury for economic policy under President Bill Clinton. And Stephen war chief economist at the Heritage Foundation. Former economic adviser to Donald Trump and author of the book, Trump comics. Let me say a bit more about each as deputy assistant secretary for economic policy at the US treasury from nine hundred ninety three to nine hundred ninety five Brad delong worked in conjunction with Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers on the Clinton administration's budget, the North American Free trade agreement macroeconomic policy and healthcare reform. In addition to serving as a professor of economics at UC, Berkeley. Dr Dhillon is a research associate of the national bureau of economic research, a weblog or at the Washington center for equitable growth and a fellow of the institute for new economic thinking he previously taught economics at Harvard University where he received his doctorate as well as at Boston University and MIT. Stephen Moore served a senior economic adviser to Donald Trump during the two thousand sixteen campaign where he focused on tax reform regulatory reform and energy policy with more than thirty years of experience as an economist. Mr. Moore focuses on the impact of government on business and analyzes shifts in the global economy in addition to his role at Heritage Foundation. Mr. Moore serves a senior economic analyst at CNN previously. He served as a senior economist at the United States Congress joining conomic committee, and as a senior economics fellow at the Cato Institute, he advised the national economic commission in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven and served as a research director for President Reagan's commission on privatization. Mr. Moore is also a former member of the Wall Street Journal editorial board today, Dr delong and Mr. Moore will be in conversation with Dr David Batstone, professor of entrepreneurship and innovation at the university of San Francisco. School of management. Professor Batstone was previously a private equity banker in the technology industry and has been called one of the country's leading on ethics in the business world. He is the founder and managing director of just business. A social impact investment firm and was one of the founding team members of business two point. Oh magazine. So please, welcome. Brad delong, Stephen Moore and David Batstone..
"mr. moore d" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"This time. Is. We only have about twelve years. There's a report that just James out from the I E C about three weeks ago that we have about twelve years to drastically reduce our missions and begin in a major way the transition away from fossil fuels. And if we don't. The future of this planet and the future of our children is at risk. And I wish that. You know, some of the Democrats, you know, I know that a lot of Democrats are running on. Expanded Medicaid provide more health care for folks. But I wish that more Democrats had on their platform and the the acknowledgement of that potential catastrophe that. How many do I think many do Doug? For the most part most Democrats are concerned about climate change and see the seriousness of it. Republicans who deny it. Here's one hundred thirty one Republicans in the house in thirty eight in the Senate who basically sign their life away over to Exxon Mobil and the cook brothers. They take money. They've given oaths that they will do nothing to. Did you do any type of legislation that protect our children's future from catastrophic climate change climate change deniers, and it's midterm is his. Israel is so critical for the future of our kids. So no doubt about it. No doubt about it. What are we leaving our children? I tell my kids, man. I know Wayne, we leave you too much. The work with. But we need you to work anyway. Mr. Moore, man. One of the finest vocal performances ever delivered by a woman. Mr. Moore most.
"mr. moore d" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"A Donovan access message from Jackson says, dear Mr. Moore. Please. Correct. Your wrong statement on the shooter the shooter most certainly was a Jew hater and a trumpeter. He was also registered democrat. Okay. I think I just did that with PJ, and I'll do it with you again. I is I made a mistake. I hope you'll forgive me. Perhaps was thinking of the man who was setting the bombs had all the Trump stickers over his car and. So forgive me. I made mistake Jack continues. Also, I believe your listeners are correct. You did not have Republicans daily attacking people in restaurants. Nobody's here said that they were attacking people. I'm talking about the tone of the rhetoric. I wish could get this adds that the president a leader of the free world is everybody calls him. No matter who he is a who she may be in the future. They call the president of the United States to lead the free world. And as such I would expect that that person, whomever. He is would be better than to go around making arguments for beating people up paying their legal fees and telling all the last said, he jails. So. If you want to start talking about antifa them smashing properties. I hope you're not writing here thinking that. I agree with that. If you wanna talk about Maxine Waters, let me say as I said in opening monologue for those of you who tune in late. I do not agree with her about attacking people in public places who are simply trying to go out and have dinner or walking down the street. That is not what I'm talking about. And I wish you could hear that. But obviously, many of you can't. All right. Let's go back to the phones and see who we're going to talk to about Gary in West Virginia. Gary young. Thank you. -sarily to all say. People that we have lost their families and their friends. All the support that's been given for these people. How you started show? They were y'all. I like to think we all do. I certainly did grasp the tenor you're talking. Well fed now in addition. I've been calling the show forever. Insane. In America remains the most violent industrialized on on the planet. And there's a there's actually reasons for it. We a culture that's continuing to decline. More guns. On and on and on it goes and a number of things come to mind as you try to digest to me softball horrendous. Mass killing first of all like you. I'm not surprised again. We have the snap shooting in America wants more. It's been a disturbing pattern and six it seems for some time. Now, I know in history America, we've had these troublesome times what killings, and that's that'd be more. This time our culture's different in my opinion. We just seemed to lack I would put it a lack of a majority of resolve. I would call among our own Americans that change how things change maybe. Gun laws. Our culture moving forward. The question is how are we gonna go about it? Well, I think the first step for God's sakes. If you want to change things you want something different. Something's not working. We all feel it go for God's sakes. Get off your dot gov and get active. Please forgetting apologize for raising. My voice. No problem. So. I can appreciate your settlements. Thank you started your show. And it was well sad. And I just tried to call up and cut to the chase. Like you're trying to cut to the chase and not give up hope of mankind. As you probably figured out. I said that quote about the savviest a man, but we can still believe in that. I, and I know you do this is a tough time. It's a very difficult time you live in Pittsburgh. I lived in for twenty years. I'm not there now. But I I've been in squirrel hill. I've seen the resolve of people on Pittsburgh. The beautiful thing. So that's why I wanted to call and to you. All right. Thank you. Thank you. All right. I quoted earlier from an article in Washington posted documented the hundred and fifty six or so mass shootings defined. This people were shootings were more than four people were killed at one time that article also says that shootings in schools and houses of worship tend to stick in our minds. Just like this one yesterday. But they make a relatively small portion of the mass shootings more common. Those and offices and retail establishments such as restaurants and stores, California has had more mass shootings than any other state with a notable number of twenty four. Some locations have simply become shorthand for the horrors that occurred there Aurora, sandyhook, San Bernardino. They've added tragic phrases to our national vocabulary like going postal when postal workers did this at shooter that happened nine hundred ninety nine with the Columbine high school in Colorado, where police changed their whole response to what happens when they approach what they call an active shooter. They don't sit back and wait to see a hostage is going to be taking. They do what they did is squirrel hill. They March in. Marched straight in the hill. It'd be saluted for what they did. I think so. But the point is these mass shootings are going to continue to happen. It really hurts because it's here in Pittsburgh. It's close to us. You don't think it hurt to people in Las Vegas when fifty eight people were killed out there. You just trying to go to a concert and you end up dead. This is America. H rap Brown is right violence is American is cherry pie. And this is not a screed against guns or anything else. It's going to continue because it's what we do not only domestically. But when we go around the world and stomp mud holes in other people's Jess. It doesn't matter. How many people were killed with American munitions? Nobody seems to care, but if it happens in, Pittsburgh, if it happens at your hometown, all of a sudden, we're -ffected by and nothing changes. It's going to happen. Again. Mark my words. All right back to the phones, we go Kim and Butler. You don't Katy k Chris. Oh you. All right. You. I I've been better believe me. You know, I I did miss your your your your show. But I I. I believe that. We don't need a person for people out there perpetual. Anything's by what they say in any way to what degree weather in at all stay beat people up. You know, do this do that. Like you said and by the way. Not to repeat it to people. Apparently, he had a fear of the caravans, which I don't know where that come from lucky figure that one out either. Oh, that's right. I took people were talking about before. So I can't not become you Kim. But go ahead. But anyways. Like, what are your democrat or Republican? I'm a patriot. I voted both ways my whole life. Let's we tended but democrat. Wait and have these nasty people that sit up there in touch awaited constantly just to keep somebody on their side for sure what kind of people we have would stay side of a person like this. But you know, I guess it's not a football game. We're talking about twenty five million people in this country. You know, and and it's more important to do what's right and be decent to people than it is to to go out and find somebody who's gonna go out there and just everything they do because you know, what the guys get. There's a big investigation is about here in this part of it is and say what happened here was because of it. But I thought he feeling that all this movement of insanity. It doesn't help anything before the election. But the, but the, you know, I I kind of realized that maybe Sunday the we're going to figure out that many. We should stop talking about violence, and maybe it wouldn't be as much or wouldn't perpetuate as fast or get people. Tons of. I think like you said before personally said, we don't have time to think because these people don't want us to have time to concentrate on one thing because because you know, why because they're so disgusting. He'd everything everywhere. Every part of it all the way through it. And that's my opinion, that's my family's opinion. And that's most of the people. I know I'm on one side of the other. This is about it's about trying to be decent the people. But you know, what you have to fight for what you believe. I think decency to fight in not not to think that everybody's out to get you a lot better. All right. Thank you. I appreciate your call. Yes. Thank you. All right. I don't want to give anyone short shrift. So I hope you can hold on to the next hour and you'll get more time to talk. Meantime, let's look at some of the comments that have come in as the data Bank instant access centre. Here's one some say the synagogue shooting can be blamed on Obama while others point the guilty finger at Trump, but the blame could start with ourselves. How often do you find yourselves engaging and divisive conversations with others of opposing views? I many times have you accepted responsibility for your own display of anger. We get the leaders who are reflective of ourselves. So as each tragic event unfolds, we lose more and more of our in early in the bible rights. So maybe we should all settle down. And learn to talk to each other. Well, that's not a bad suggestion. That's one of the things that we try to do on this program. But sometimes it's increasingly harder and harder to do. Nevertheless, we're going to proceed pace for two more hours and try to.
"mr. moore d" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"A newish should have come earlier eleven find seats. Mr. Moore taught as a Cup on. Then must get down a lot us through. We don't need to be on. Seasons. Excuse us. Please Liz Johnson. Let's go over and say, Hello Mary. You know, you're really a threat. Catholic. You say remember all these people don't worry about me. Hello. And lives in furlough a Roman holiday Mary. Sweet. You Ali is now. Now, there are people see in here you poor thing. But then you have only yourself to blame. How right. You are. Liz. Only myself to blame for taking you into my house only myself to blame for not having listened to my husband when he warned me you do anything. But this time. Perhaps you forgot. No. We haven't forgotten. We haven't forgotten how you kicked us out. Either. Don't charitable end of the pool woman's unbalance. Oh, yeah. I forgot. You know what I do? If I were you married. I couldn't guess I plead insanity. I think you'll get away with it. Thank you so much wouldn't fight that can be just as satisfied with union asylum that so long as you get near her precious nephew. Don't seem to find this to Mason in the courtroom. You really expect him to come riding up in the Nick of time. You're a bit older believe in Perry. Mason will be on hand. I'm sure no one will be happy to see. And then I except possibly the police and when he does get here. Yeah. You'll get your face this, really beautiful. If not can catch Mr. Mason must be when he reads, the newspaper wherever he's hiding police say they expect to catch him any minute. Now, you're misdemeanor. Either of you think you can upset me or destroy my faith, and Mr. Mason or hurt me anymore. You're wrong.
"mr. moore d" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Has been vacant, since January two thousand, seventeen Jim more heart is also well known to many of us having spent twenty five years working in the United States Senate in numerous capacities. Doctor Mr., Moore heard currently serves the deputy Serjeant arms but prior this role Mr. Moore heart served as the staff director of. The Senate appropriations, committee, in that position he helped to. Develop into Goshi multiple appropriations bills which included funding for spaceflight spacecraft control and NASA communications as a testament to his reputation on the Senate preparations committee Senator lady has submitted a, letter of support from Mr. Moore. Hearts, nomination in, which he says and I quote based on my experience with Jim on the appropriations committee if, confirmed NASA can expect to have a deputy administrator who will push an agenda of. Common sense and cost effective solutions end. Quote more hearts reputation for bipartisanship deep knowledge and experience in the federal budget appropriations process as well as, his experience And managing large organizations will. Undoubtedly serve NASA, well and I look forward to supporting is nominated Finally Mr Zavatta has a distinguishing lengthy career the federal government particularly at DOT that makes. Him uniquely qualified for the, position to which has been nominated Mr. currently serves as the deputy assistant secretary for aviation and, international affairs has, been fulfilling the responsibilities of the position to which he's, been nominated since January twenty eighteen confirmed one of his primary responsibilities will be to develop policies to improve air service and access to, the commercial, aviation system for small rural communities like Aberdeen peer in Watertown. In my home state of South Dakota As I've noted we're honored to be joined today by our former colleague in the former, secretary of transportation Ray lahood Ray welcome good to have you back Securely good as well known of this committee. Is a bipartisan, problem solver and his willingness to appear on behalf of Mr. savant with whom he worked, at the. Department. Speaks. Volumes about the nominees qualifications As I've noted all three. Of the nominees, before the committee today or exceptionally well qualified for the position to which they've been nominated and. If, confirmed will have an extraordinary opportunity to advance American progress, in science, space and, transportation so once again I would like to thank all of you for your willingness to serve in these important jobs now recognize our ranking member Senator Nelson. For his. Opening remarks. Sara Nelson. Mr Chairman I think it would be appropriate for me to defer my, remarks until, after the majority leader in the secretary so they can get. On with their duties very good. Thank you Senator Nelson we are very fortunate today to be joined by our distinguished majority leader Senator McConnell, and I want to recognize him to introduce Mr. Moore heart thank you Senator Nelson the opportunity to be here to introduce the distinguish public servant that we're all quite familiar with we know, a lot about the gym more heart brand of leadership talent dedication a patriotic commitment to excellence. The ability to, set the bar meet it and then raise it even higher we'll all be sorted to lose. Our deputy Serjeant arms but it's actually for a good cause, the GM, is completely, qualified and uniquely prepared to serve a second command at an agency as crucial as NAFTA so let's talk about subject matter expertise one of the many impressive. Stations on. Jim's resume. Is six. Years as clerk of the Senator appropriations subcommittee on commerce Justice state judiciary, and related, agencies he was the point person on funding NASA and the. Scientific community Charge was strategically resourcing, these agencies while also avoiding, a, culture, of self justifying spending growth, Jim so mastered this role he, was subsequently, asked to serve as committee chief. Of staff mastery of the budgeting and legislative process even. Checked out off directing a large staff. Contract out as well skillful relationship building at the highest levels of both congress and the executive branch check that. Off too and of course as deputy. Senate sergeant at arms gems who spent four years demonstrating even further capacity to lead a large multifaceted workforce well growing, a, culture, of, diligence responsiveness and. Service I can attest personally to jumps emphasis on safety and security Of course those are critical, subjects at NASA and they could not be, more personal to this nominee most of us know the remarkable story Jim survived. At twenty ten plane. Crash in Alaska, that claimed five lives including our late round Senator kit Stevens the impact of the crash temporarily trapped Jim, in a. Seat, but this leader still poured, himself into those. Around him encouraging his fellow survivors and leading them in prayer I understand Jim took more than a, commitment to safety and security as you can imagine away from. That tragedy he's explained that his miraculous survival drove a, renewed sense of personal faith and professional purpose alike As she explained in a speech at his alma mater a few years ago We need to maximize our time here helping others and short. Jim is a passionate public servant who possesses precisely the unique combination of skills this position requires specific expertise in what NASA dodge demonstrated excellence and managing complicated government organizations, and a. Passion for ensuring that America Leauge in space exploration show Mr Chairman Senator Nelson thank you for the opportunity. To come by and say some words on behalf of. This really good man, and I hope he enjoys the support. Of the committee thank you leader McConnell very much. For, that very compelling testimonial and obviously many of us know, Mr. Moore hard well from his many. Years of experience here on Capitol Hill in addition is other accomplishments and inexperience I want to recognize secretary Layer Ray lahood who is here and wants to, makes remarks and introduce one of our. Other nominees Mr. Joel Subodh Raila hood is a former Republican congressman and former transportation secretary under President Obama it's good to be back spend a few hours before. This committee previously Enjoyed a. Wonderful relationship with many of the members of this committee and thank you for your service and your support for DOT while we were in service. There I'm here today to introduce Joel Zabad who has been nominated to be. The assistant secretary of aviation and international affairs at the department of transportation Joel has been an exemplary leader in federal service for over twenty five years. He's an excellent manager and proven problem Salgar I met Joel in the early twenty nine period when he. Was the deputy assistant secretary for transportation policy he was DOT's federal officer responsible for implementing the Recovery Act and let. Me just say word about that as many of you remember DOT received Forty eight billion dollars in the Recovery Act all of that money was. Spent properly there were no bad stories no boondoggles no earmarks no sweetheart deals Joel stepped in and did this as a career employee before a lot. Of our political appointees were appointed and he did really really good work and was a great team leader in a great member of our team Joel also helped manage the development and administration of the, first round of tiger, which I know is a very popular program been renamed now but still a very popular In the Senate it, is for this dedication that Joel received the presidential meritorious rank, award in two thousand twelve I'm, also very proud of the work that Joel did is executive director of the mirror time administration and, in particular I appreciate his leadership and dedication to the. Men and women at the United States, merchant marine academy which was a very high priority, for the Obama administration as you can see by his record Joel is motivated by a spirit of public service and I believe he will do an outstanding job and he. Does have the very strong support of secretary Chao who is also one who encouraged him to Really seek this appointment, and so I urge the committee to support Joel, I know he'll do a great job and I know that he will be very responsive to this committee into all members of congress thank you Mr Chairman Thank you very, much for, coming here and giving your voice to support this terrific nominee and. We appreciate it as always your many contributions to. Public service both the member of the house of representatives in our secretary of transportation Senator John thune Senator Nelson I will now recognize. You from. Opening statement Okay of, the three, panelists today gentlemen welcome congratulations on your nominations Thank..
"mr. moore d" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"He was sixty one forty years ago today the release the first x files movie focuses on earth to be detected the future mr moore i'm brandon brooks and that's debbie africa a member of the move nine has been released from prison after serving nearly forty years behind bars she was convicted of the nineteen seventyeight shooting death of a philadelphia police officer and his kyw's community affairs reporter cheri gregg explains six of the move nine are still behind bars both bitter and sweet debbie africa was eight months pregnant when she began her thirty to one hundred year sentence which was result of a standoff at moves pelton village headquarters the left police officer james rap shot and killed i am very sorry for family i can only imagine what they've gone on saturday at sixty one she became the first of the move nonmembers to walk out of prison if i'm out than they should be able to my dad was hurt wonder how codefendants and he's still putting the child debbie bore behind the wall thirty nine year old michael africa junior says he'll stand with his mother to push for the freedom of janet janine and his father michael as well as the three remaining living members of the move nine all eligible for parole a lot of people that are still waiting for that day the hold a press conference today in east lansdowne cheri gregg kyw newsradio hey w news time twelve twenty two mainline health sponsors traffic and transit on.
"mr. moore d" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available
"Waylon moore was the designer of the original atlanta chiefs logo and some of the original art that sort of surrounded that team back in the late sixties when the nsl was formed sort of as a marriage of convenience between the united soccer association and the nps l we've devoted a couple of conversations to that in the past but probably more famously to other sort of areas of sport and art that mr moore was part of one of which was the unique design for the atlanta braves of the national league and in particular in the hall of fame and yes you can go up there and cooperstown to find it the uniform frankly specifically designed with the event in mind of hank aaron's eventual breaking of babe ruth's home run record so the uniform that he was wearing at that time and promotional minds of the atlanta braves at the time in in in cahoots with mr moore created the design elements so that not only that moment could be forever remembered but also to modernize in a unique way the atlanta braves franchise which was not only ascended but obviously going to whole 'nother level with hank aaron and his exploits in the mid to late nineteen seventies but for our soccer friends out there there's another sort of part of wayland moore's history and that is he was the designer of the original and still in many respects still ongoing and lively logo of the new york cosmo's arguably the the most successful and memorable team in the brief history of the north american soccer league so at connick logo if there ever was one in the nsl that being of the new york cosmos and so we get into all of those things in are are very interesting and somewhat surprising conversation with artists extraordinary wayland more in a couple of seconds so stay tuned please sports history collectibles dot com seems to be an appropriate sponsor i think for this episode because you may actually find some of mr moore's work either in a program or in a media guide i'm sure there's a couple of things in there that you will find among a zillion other coup.
"mr. moore d" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Ninety red eye i'm gary mcnamara long with our farley uh we read you a piece from mud national review last hour a wall street journal out with their analysis the cost of defeat will be high in immediate were talking about the alabama a senate are race worry more losing to doug jones despite his campaign vows to cross the aisle to work with republicans mr jones will fit right in with senate democrats he will be a reliable vote for chuck schumer on any important matter including judicial nominees had he shown even a slight moderation on abortion for example he would have won in a route mr moore's defeat narrows the gop majority from fifty two fifty one to forty nine which will give even more leverage to individuals senators who want to grandstand or satisfy a political constituency alabama evangelical christians who supported mr more over appointed center luther strains and the gop primary should know that they of now made a conservative supreme court nominee less likely it justice anthony kennedy retires in 2018 senators lisa murkowski and susan collins will hold the balance of judicial confirmation power and watch the media lobby them in waves the good news is that mr moore's lost may give the gop a better chance of holding the senate majority next year democrats were prime to make mr more a national symbol of sexual harassment to drive turnout among women gop incumbents would have been asked about mr more f every single day mr morris loss was also defeat for former white house aide steve bannon who wants to run challengers to every gop incumbent next year other than ted cruz mr bannon back mr more in the primary though the judge had been removed twice from the state supreme court refusing to follow a legitimate court order mr moore was a political self implosion guaranteed to happen the voting in alabama showed that thousands of republicans especially women in the suburbs either stayed home or crossed over to vote for mr jones they were rejecting an unacceptable candidate in mr more.
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"Long with our farley now we read you a piece rama nestle review last hour on wall street journal out with their analysis the cost of defeat will be high in immediate we're talking about the uh alabama a bill senate are race worry more losing to doug jones despite his campaign vows to cross the aisle to work with republicans mr jones will fit right in with senate democrats he will be a reliable vote for chuck schumer on any important matter including judicial nominees had he shown even a slight moderation on abortion for example he would have won in a route mr moore's defeat narrows the gop majority from fifty one to fifty one to forty nine which will give even more leverage to individuals senators who want to grandstand or satisfy a political constituency alabama evangelical christians who supported mr more over appointed senator luther strange to the gop primary should know that they have now made a conservative supreme court nominee less likely if justice anthony kennedy retires in 2018 senators lisa murkowski and susan collins will hold the balance of judicial confirmation power and watched the media lobby them in waves soon the good news is that mr moore's lost give the gop a better chance of holding the senate majority next year democrats were primed make mr more a national symbol of sexual harassment to drive turnout among women gop incumbents would have been asked about mr more every single day mr morris loss was also would defeat for former white house aide steve bannon who wants to run challengers to every gop incumbent next year other than ted cruz mr bannon back mr more in the primary but the judge had been removed twice from the state supreme court refusing to follow a legitimate court order mr moore was a political self implosion guaranteed to happen the voting in alabama showed that thousands of republicans especially women in the suburbs either stayed home or crossed over to vote for mr jones they were rejecting an unacceptable candidate in mr more.
"mr. moore d" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Ninety red eye on gary mcnamara long with our carli now we read fuad fees from uh national review last hour on wall street journal out with their analysis the cost of defeat will be high at immediate we're talking about the alabama a senate are race were more losing to doug jones despite his campaign vows to cross the aisle to work with republicans mr jones will fit right in with senate democrats he will be a reliable vote for chuck schumer on any important matter including judicial nominees had he shown even a slight moderation on abortion for example he would have one in a route mr moore's defeat narrows the gop majority from fifty two fifty one to forty nine which will give even more leverage to individuals senators who wanted to grandstand or satisfy a political constituency alabama evangelical christians who supported mr more over appointed senator luther strains and the gop primary should know that they have now made a conservative supreme court nominee less likely it justice anthony kennedy retires in 2018 senators lisa murkowski and susan collins will hold the balance of judicial confirmation power and watch the media lobby them in waves the good news is that mr morris lost may give the gop a better chance of holding the senate majority next year democrats were primed to make mr more a national symbol of sexual harassment to drive turnout among women gop incumbents would have been asked about mr more every single day mr moore's loss is also a defeat for former white house aide steve bannon who wants to run challengers to every gop incumbent next year other than ted cruz mr bannon back mr more the primary though the judge had been removed twice from the state supreme court refusing to follow a legitimate court order mr moore was a political self implosion guaranteed to happen.
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"Right view a fees from a national review last hour of wall street journal out with their analysis the cost of defeat will be high in immediate we're talking about the alabama a senate are race worry more losing to doug jones despite his campaign vows to cross the aisle to work with republicans mr jones will fit right in with senate democrats he will be a reliable vote for chuck schumer on any important matter including judicial nominees had he shown even a slight moderation on abortion for example he would have won in a route mr moore's defeat narrows the gop majority from fifty two fifty one to forty nine which will give even more leverage to individuals senators who want to grandstand or satisfy a political constituency alabama evangelical christians who supported mr over appointed center luther strange and the gop primary should know that they of now made a conservative supreme court nominee less likely it justice anthony kennedy retires in 2018 senators lisa murkowski and susan collins will hold the balance of judicial confirmation power and watched the media lobby them in ways a susan the good news is that mr moore's loss may give the gop a better chance of holding the senate majority next year democrats were prime to make mr more a national symbol of sexual harassment to drive turnout among women gop incumbents would have been asked about mr more every single day mr morris losses also defeat for former white house aide steve bannon who wants to run challengers to every gop incumbent next year other than ted cruz mr bannon back mr more in the primary though the judge had been removed twice from the state supreme court refusing to follow a legitimate court order mr moore was a political self implosion guaranteed to happen the voting in alabama showed that thousands of republicans especially women in the suburbs either stayed home or crossed over to vote for mr jones they were rejecting an unacceptable candidate in mr more not the national gop agenda.
"mr. moore d" Discussed on WLOB
"Be your you know roy marco and i don't know i i've been to alabama i've met a lot of people put al daleh i think there's some good people in alabama and i don't take their vote to this guy today i don't picked up i don't think mr moore is going to the senate um i think that they're gonna see right through it remember this is not a court of law tom this is a quote a public opinion and i think most people believe these women and i think most people had heard these stories outside of the media about him and i think that ultimately they're going to do the right thing in alabama and you know jones you know they're they're trying to paint him as this crazy liberal he's a career prosecutor uh you know and and and there's really nothing outside the mainstream about him so we'll see what happens down the if the the democrats had you know you know some crazy liberals wanna know i might think differently but i don't think they have that right now they got a guy who spent his life putting people in jail pretty terrorists in jail quite frankly i to me is i i would agree with you is nothing out of the ordinary about doug jones but in today's political world if basically all democrats now are very left the democratic party has moved institutionally to the left so i would say that especially for alabama he is far left well you don't have we got to a point where you know we're in that were so uh you know look if if there was a accused child molester on the democratic ticket new york state i looks would like the republican and i don't think we've gotten to that point in this country where a majority of the people of a great st luke's what guy who clearly has issues not just a child molestation should respect for the rule of law and i think it's time for us uh to you know i i i'm hopeful tonight that we are going to be surprised and that the fox news.