17 Burst results for "Mr. Sorensen"

"mr. sorensen" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:06 min | 11 months ago

"mr. sorensen" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Our flight to Washington DC we want you to help us raise the money to fly these deserving veterans there I'll tell you how in just a second first I wanted to introduce you to a really great guy a true American hero Floyd Sorenson was a navy medic on D. day he was there tell me about your deal in the U. S. navy I joined the navy when I was eighteen years old was assigned to an Ellis street to eighty five this was during the time of the invasion getting prepared for the invasion of Normandy we had eight tanks on our Ellis teacher for the invasion and the idea of the LST was you could gold beach it up on the shore and discharge soldiers along with the tanks June sixth was very bad and of course with the purpose of our LSD we're supposed to get the tanks off the ship and Google shore and pick up the wounded and our tank deck meeting became an operating officer area we have two doctors are board we went out and tried to give first aid and so forth for the wounded and the first trip we made back to England we had eighty will do it on our ship is a let's go I want to back up for a second so I can imagine the bravery that it took to be on an LST on D. day and all your men and all your tanks are going ashore and there's incoming fire in it's dangerous was that a scary time very very scary and the thing that was very difficult to accept was that our troops are infantry they'll win in the first waves were pinned on the beach and had no place to goal and some of us that came in the second and third waves we have four around all in the ugh channel waiting for Turner get in there Mr Sorensen can you remember what it sounded like and what it smelled like and what it felt like on the day the biggest thing was all of your points coming over the top and then there were three battleships alt and destroyers alt end of cruisers alt firing over the top at the two boxes and giving support to the infantry on the ground it was noisy it was smelly the water was very very rough now you bravely took care of a lot of men that were that were injured that were there and the day and you brought them back how terrible was it to see what you saw to see other brave men struggling and injured and and died there on the beach it was difficult from the standpoint that they were hurt in some cases so badly that there wasn't much you could do form outside of giving them more feet or something to ease the pain and we took the first we had eighty on the yellow streak going back to England and did operations I will even want to see how many amputees were on that particular trip going back but we could get the first day they really needed on the beach and it was all is something that you had to do immediately and to try to go to somebody else by the time we got in there it was just going one place to another and we concentrated what was going on right in front of our Ellis street because you had to put him on a litter and get him back did you pray a lot during those days in the channel I guess everybody did if you never prayed before in your life you're going to prison how is that for a quote that's one of my all time favorite quotes from everybody I've talked to on the stars and stripes on a flight he was on the beach on D. day and ask him if he prayed a lot he said if you didn't pray before you got on the beach you prayed after you're on the beach that is Floyd Sorenson World War two veteran Floyd went on an honor flight and said it changed his life we want to get more veterans on an honor flight and here's our we need your help operation glory is in full swing right now go to W. T..

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"mr. sorensen" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"mr. sorensen" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"Important to me so sitting down for five to ten minutes and thinking about what i want to create in my life what i want my fitness to look like today this morning. I actually visualized a lot about what our next event is going to be. Because as i said earlier we've got our dates coming out and what i want to make sure is included in this next event because when you visualize you start putting into play the actions and the processes and the systems that are going to drive towards that visualization than it manifests itself. I told the guys at the event this past event that we did that. I vividly vividly remember sitting sitting down with my wife at times and having conversations and dreaming with her about having plenty of property is spread out with a huge barn in a white style farmhouse and these guys were here this weekend at at my property big beautiful white farm style home huge barn plenty of properties like i had this this property in my dreams so visualization is important and then in addition to that and these two are they change changed from time to time but this week my emphasis for every single day is to shoot my bow every single day this week and work on my jujitsu every every single day this week i've three days of training and then outside of training. I'm going to be watching some videos. I've got a book so that i'm always focused on or i'm focused every day on the jujitsu and also the archery as well so those are my staples for this week specifically nice about you anything you would add or or tweak or change. No i mean <hes> obviously meyer different but not exactly different. I mean they're really similar <unk> workout. <hes> might reading is a non-negotiable non-negotiable prayer yeah those kind of items yeah go all right anthony gap <hes> gaskell do use use your wife as accountability partner and if so how and to what extent you too mr sorensen. Maybe describe your guys as conversations so. I don't think think that i would say a formal c._e._o. Former accountability partner in that i tell her everything that i'm going to be doing and then she needs to hold me accountable and if i'm not doing she calls me out. I think that's inherently ingrained in the relationship right. She's gonna do that whether whether i'm accountability partner or not hits that that old adage you know you already told me there's two to mow the lawn. You don't need to remind me every every six months or whatever for the rest of my life. I don't know i butchered that. Ah yes so yes. She's an accountability partner for sure and to me because here's the difference because i respect. I can't speak today because i respect my wife. I do things that maybe don't necessarily want to do or that that i that i would otherwise not do so. It's not that she's holding me accountable. It's that i i respect her. I love her. I want to support her and and so i feel like i'm gonna be a better man of my word because i want to honor her and i want to honor the relationship that we have so feel like without her. In my life i may not be as strong with my word or may lack some more character character or integrity something sense yeah. Totally i mean just that relationship in itself is enough to drive like you're going to be naturally more accountable just s. because of because of her in your life. Your kids are very much the same way you know. I've got four little mouths to feed and so i don't put food on the table. That's accountability ability right there looking at me with their little cute is and i don't wanna.

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"mr. sorensen" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"mr. sorensen" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Anniversary of the storming of the beaches on d day, Omaha, Juneau gold silver, and sword. And of course, Utah beach. One of those men who is there on the day is from southeast Wisconsin. He is in the navy. He is Floyd. Sorenson brave American hero. I sparked spoke to Floyd, not that long ago about d day. Tell me about your deal in the US navy during the navy. When I was eighteen years old was assigned to an L S T two eighty five this was during the time of the invasion or getting repaired for the invasion of Normandy. We had eight tanks on our LS cheater for the invasion and the idea of the LSD was, you could go beach it up on the shore and discharge soldiers along with tanks, June six was very bad. And of course, the purpose of our. We're supposed to get the tanks off the ship and cool shore and pick up the wounded and our tank that immediately became an operating officer area. With two doctors report. We went out and tried to give first state and so forth through the wounded and the first trip we made back to England. We had any wounded on our ship is a let's back up for a second. So I can't imagine the bravery that it took to be on L S T on d day and all your men and all your tanks going shore. And there's incoming fire in its dangerous. Was that a scary time? Very, very scary, in the thing that was very difficult to accept was that our troops are infantry in the first waves were pinned on the beach and had no place to go. And some of us that came in the second and third waves we had. Float around the channel winning for Turner get in there, Mr. Sorensen. Can you remember what it sounded like? And what it smelled like and what it felt like on d day. The biggest thing was all airplanes coming over the top. Then there were three battleships out in destroyers and cruisers out firing over the top of the pill boxes and giving support to the infantry on the ground. It was noisy. It was smelly. Water was very, very rough. Now, you bravely took care of a lot of medic that were that were injured that were there on d day and you brought them back. How terrible was it to see what you saw to see other brave men struggling and injured and die, there on the beach? It was difficult from the standpoint that they were hurt in some cases so badly that there was an what you could do for him outside of giving them, morphine or something to ease the pain. And when we took the first we had eighty on the LSAT went back to England and did operations. I don't even want to see how many employees were on that particular trip going back, but the couldn't get the first aid. They really need it on the beach. And it was all something that you had to immediately and try to go to somebody else. But at time we got in there. Was just going one place to another. And we concentrated what was going on right in front of our team because you had to put them on a leader and get them back. Did you pray a lot during those days in the channel, I guess you everybody did if you've never prayed before in your life, you're gonna pre then? Oh my gosh. Isn't that a great way to put it Floyd? Sorenson. I asked him..

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"mr. sorensen" Discussed on X96

X96

10:02 min | 1 year ago

"mr. sorensen" Discussed on X96

"Has described in vivid detail. What it's like to have bipolar episode and he's upset that people don't seem to get it, and it makes it way worse for him. He opened up about his mental health struggles David Letterman on David's Netflix show. My next guest needs known deduction and Kanji talks about having a bipolar episode is like having a sprained brain. But just can't get it treated like an ankle. Oh, and he also said, he's, he's not in favor of the punky. Brewster reboot. A. Man who shot at a bystander who intervened in a domestic dispute in Provo has died. Nisha king Provo, police confirmed, Tuesday that the man with who was critically injured in the Monday shooting was dead. He was a dentist. Twenty six year old Jeremy Sorenson. Nisha king said the police were dispatched to apartments near five hundred north two hundred east eight PM Monday. One report that a man had been shot. Police arrived films Sorenson with gunshot wounds and he was taken to the hospital. The Sorenson have been involved in domestic disturbance. Another man had been driving by spotted this fight between the Sorenson and a woman, they were fighting physically, fighting in a driveway and the other man got out and tried to break it up. And there was an exchange, and then the, the, the guy who broke up without a gun shop, this, Mr. Sorensen. So. So what's going to happen? Well, the Utah county, all attorney's office says, we still have to determine we're still looking into whether charges should be filed against the guy who pulled the trigger. New report shows that homelessness in Weeber county. Is proportionately higher than in Salt Lake county, kinda surprising and has increased at a much higher rate than its larger southern neighbor that solving? Since two thousand fourteen local leaders several reasons for it. Okay. Rising houses prizes increased movement. Among people experiencing homelessness thought due to the Operation Rio GRANDE in Salt Lake when they busted all of that up. Oh, people migrated Nuoro. Yeah. The report calls for several improvements to homeless strategy, and we were county to reverse concerning trends, as they put it we're not there yet, but we'll be in a crisis if we don't address this immediately. Andy Beatles, executive director of the Weaver housing. Authorities said in response to the report. Let's see Draper residence. Well Draper city has purchased more than seven thousand dollars worth of food over the last five years from a local, Mexican restaurant, Guadalong keys. Oh, yeah. Oh, yes. A company that is owned by city councilman Alan summer Hayes, but that has not always been disclosed on their annual conflict of interest forms. Israel's conflict of interest warms, the spending taxpayer money for the council meals, and snacks. Which was verified through an open records, request and confirmed on the state's public transparency website that spurred questions from some about whether Mr. summer Hayes, has used his public office as a city councilman for private profit, which is expressly prohibited by state law. He's making money off the city council. That's a gain of that's a game if it's five dollars or seven thousand dollars. Draper resident Tony Nelson. If we're not gonna enforce it at the smallest level. How do we expect to enforce it at the larger level? You mean the emoluments clause, that's the only thing citizens have to ensure that there's oversight of these guys. So Nelson has filed a complaint. And who decides what food they order? I mean who? I don't know that kind of mainly now back in the day when it was one of the few restaurants out that way, I get it. But now they have everything you've got everything bottle home pizzas tradition here. I don't know. I don't know anything about no emoluments clause. I do know that the tax payer money is paying for commercial space at Trump Tower. President Trump continues to spend thirty seven thousand five hundred dollars a month of campaign money for office space of Trump Tower with some if not all of that cash destined for his own wallet. Yeah. So I guess that's no taxpayer money. That's campaign Donia different even thousands of square feet. Go on used at the at a newly opened office in northern Virginia. No more than four or five campaign staffers work at Trump's man Manhattan-based, according to an informal adviser close to the White House, where the campaign rents a few thousand square feet as its quote headquarters. The per square foot cost is likely at least triple what the national Republican committee pays for the much larger space that it shares with the campaign in Arlington Virginia. And. Yeah. And El Paso, Texas is still waiting for the Trump campaign to pay four hundred seventy thousand dollars on a they charged him for the rally. He had there. And they said they said we'll pay for it. And they haven't you'll never see it. Yeah. Trump Trump's reelection campaign is in arrears notice for four hundred and seventy thousand dollars from the city of El Paso, Texas. He has a history of not paying for things. Presidential candidate Beddoe will Rourke on the other hand has already paid his tab to El Paso. Remember he had an event the same day for city event, launch his campaign. Oh, this, this is six weeks later. He did another event there. And Beto was he owed the Beto for America? The city twenty eight thousand six hundred thirty dollars and the campaign painted a positive eight thousand ahead of time, settled, the rest on may twenty fourth with a check, where did Beto go. Disappeared. He's, he's campaigning. He should just try to run for Senate again and do that. Yeah. We need, we need more senators. He's kind of disappeared. And I think he's it, it comes down to it in on the national scene. He's he'll be back. Maybe he'll be back. It's just not the one who's disappeared as Joe. And there's a reason why. Well, he's ahead. In the polls simply from written name recognition. He's not really doing a lot of campaigning. And the reason that he's not out in a lot of places. His his campaign doesn't want him screwing up Joe, like Jerry might say. On your head in the polls. Let's just keep you in the back room. Everything will be fine. I heard some commentators say he's never he still hasn't learned anything. He was at a campaign event, and there was a young girl like a little girl told her how pretty she was. And I'll bet you're smarter. You are pretty, and then he went behind her and put his hands on her shoulders while they did the pledge of allegiance, or the plate of the national anthem or something, you know. And I mean he's just. Yeah. Again, I. You're a smart as you are pretty again. I will take the carry Jackson role here. I will vote for whoever exact Democratic Party puts on the ticket. If it is like I said right now. It's strictly name recognition once you get into the debates things will change and you shouldn't talk that way because you should be hoping for somebody who really is going to make a difference dome. Beat them will be better. I want I won't Cory Booker. There are a bunch of my name that I want to what Joe but Joe Biden win wouldn't win. I don't know that I do, so you're saying, you wouldn't vote for him, you'd abstain from volume ozone. I'm saying is we don't want on the ticket. I don't care who's on. I want somebody who can win on the dick it. Well, let's wait until we get them there. Let's see we're not arguing about it now. Just wasted time, what people were doing and they shouldn't be. We'll how you decide. That's what the that's the problem that's the primary campaign. Well, that's why we should wait till the primary to happen. The Democrats sit and shoot at each other and kill each other constantly. That's there. Then you need some unity, while they're out campaigning and shooting. And they will have a dolts that each other. Tell us why your diet is best. That's all I agree with that one hundred. You know, don't sit and snipe at the other candidates. Yes. Amen. That's, that's a Reagan rule. Reagan laid down that rule about the Republicans don't bitch about other Republicans and look what it does for them. Let's try that shall we? And let's wait for the primary. I'm for I'm for gerrymandering in redistricting. Well, let's try that too. It seems to work for them. Sports weather, traffic at snowbird. There's no season. They're opening for summer season. Saturday, June fifteenth. Go to snowbird dot com to book your stay see you at the bird. Well, it's good news. Tonight at the bees, game dollar hotdogs dollar hawk dog nights, seven o'clock, they play San Antonio mission, and poor RIC flair. Oh, really? He's alive. And well, latest health scares. You just got onto the hospital. He's suing his manager longtime manager twenty years. Years. So he's had a couple Healthcare's lately. Remember when he was in an induced coma, and then he came out of that. And then he was in the hospital. Most recently, he said his agent when he was in the induced coma embezzled money from him. Why, why think he's going to die? I'm going to take money. So he suing her because he's.

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"mr. sorensen" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

11:53 min | 1 year ago

"mr. sorensen" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"This. Aloha friday. The light of the you're part of the broadcast. One eighty. Isn't even done yet. Thank you. That was broadcast interruptus. That was the voice of Kat good. Richard creek. My name is Fred it's still going to be the twin? Barney is. Wow. Thank you, very little gym is going to tell you Jim is going to tell you immediately. Why it's the happiest day of voters life. Share is it vote. Wow. That's another one. No, no, probably not on the same day that you sell it. Let the money the Bank. Congratulations on selling your vote for a hundred twenty dollars today. And he went to whistle dining got the little dinghy perfect. I got a little I'm sorry. Radio. Hey, Rick told me you guys even had haven't had a drink kit. You're already trained around. We have a good friend in studio today. We're delighted during this first part of the program. And by the way, there's three bottles in the. Sorry. Are we supposed to lose control within the first three minutes of the broadcast supposed to, but you have absolutely have? That's it. We want to welcome in the studio. Here's Mr. Mike Moore, his general manager of stage restaurant. Good morning. Good morning, sir. We wanna thank you for taking the time to be with us. My pleasure. And can't wait to get started. Also be amused. One bar. I believe right. Yep. Got to do it. Nicely done. Mike is Mike and mommy. He's already given the first four. Crypto just couldn't he's putting four glasses. That tells us thirsty this morning, Richard goodness, clinkers or anything. I never had them cleaned. They clean clinker. We're never never had clean clinkers. We've never needed him before. I know the thank you might have guessed China impress. Hey, listen. That's why all you've always vacuum. Thank you, sir. Not gonna sit down. Oh, that's for you. I mean. How can we talk about the wine if he can't bring some no beautiful to knock it back? That's how we got a longer day. Mike first of all briefly about yourself. And then we'll jump into the pores excellent. Join the amuse wind bar in stage restaurant team about a year ago, right after Mr. Sorensen had renovated the restaurant and wine bar originally from Cleveland, Ohio outside of Cleveland. Are you a baseball fan? No good. Because if you were Cleveland Indians. We don't get up and walk out of the room. I'm a Cleveland sports fan. So there you go my heart's been broken in so many times to sin chattered pieces heard the Browns were good last year. But I don't follow too closely because it's painful how much a cargo fan. So we have some pot Akot. You've been in the big show, sixteen general world champions. Anyway. A while hasn't it. It's thank you. Very little. Thank you, very little. Oh, sorry. Hey, if you're giants fan forget, it means radio stations. We the dodgers. So. Actually, they ask about the dodgers. You're sitting right next to a man. And you guys bring up baseball. I'm just not we were in. We were elevator last week where we not. Yes, we win. What did they say? I can't say that. I. We'd like the Yankee fans better than the LA fans. That's all I'm now that part is very true. San Francisco and going in the later in the ballpark at Comerica park that yeah that is true at every place that we went. There was a lot of love for the and there were more, by the way. During the game when the cheering was going on. You would hear it more for Yankee players and you did for the giants play. Jalen, always is even have the top boys in that. It was amazing. I say watching the farm team or watching. Single. Who is this guy? All they need to do is Brett's out of the front. Mike. What are we? Sorry. We just used up half. You're talking about. So we're certainly with little Vigna Dorota frontier. Korda? See another talion, sparkling wine, probably the most popular one. You're familiar with. The French accord is made in the traditional method champenoise so in the bottle. She's at second from nation in the bottle and more time on the lease than a percent goes little richer little. And you know, you selling your boat. I thought we should celebrate with some bubbles. Wow. Nicely done nicely done short on the sale. So could you help me out with that too? Sure. I mean just dip into my pocket. Microphone uffizi. Yeah. Gets excited. I know you did. But you know, some of the vote that's got to do it. Now, the qualities here if people have the inevitable comparison to the champagne Appalachia what what differentiations are there different region different climate, the soil type really is what makes champagne super unique for just kind of global recognition. The italians. Maintain that method with the secondary from tation in the bottle to get the carbonation the lease aging is another element that really gives it that richness in round nece kind of baking spices that will east. As opposed to protect which is light, bright light. A little bit more fruit forward. This is a little bit savers side. Excellent. Really really excellent morning line. When we talk about tasty. What qualities are we looking for that unique to a sparkling as opposed to a traditional white? The most sparkling tend to the kind of citrus, and like I said that doughy Biki bakery. What's the other brioche some of those flavors in a lot of that comes from the lease contact where the bottles aging in the cellar on the dead e sells picking up that richness traditional method sham champagne, they they freeze the top of the bottle. They knock out that kind of plug of yeast, and then refilled the bottle with the liquor to t- Rosh or expedition at a little sweetness, which then causes that from tation a little sugar wine and sugar mix. Then the remaining from it happens in a bottle metric at that. Carbonation? Sorta let you know, boys. There's a test on this. I got it. I'm taking right now. Heard explain you'll put our buddy Michael into shame. Oh that was critical. It said. Michael. Yeah. Michael, michael. My friend. I would never put up against Mike one. Last question of the carbonation. The bubbles is there any characteristic sizable or or amount or how to bubbles acquaint tell the different houses have different styles in the mouth feel the texture the intensity of the carbonation are all particular to a wine making style house for the most part, it would depend on how much pressures in the bottle how much actual inflation happens in that second secondary stage to infused the liquid with the carbon carbon dioxide. Excellent. Do you make? We're gonna ask in terms of comparing this to champagne and other and push echo and some of the others. What's where does this fall in terms of price? One interesting thing about quarters that it's relatively recent style of wine produced in the nineteen fifties and sixties where champions been made for centuries. Little lesser known price range you can in a store in a wine shop, you'll find it in twenty to thirty dollar range. John our listener actually been on our list. I thought I'd bring something special, right? But reading the sixty five dollar range to pull the menu to get the particulars. We think some little different off the beaten path really excellent venos- got it at thirty two bucks. Nice. That means anything Mr. free knows what he's doing. So. Yeah. Break here. But I with Mike tell us about the second Tuesday of the month their various programs at amused that we should know about it is our visual storyteller series. Also, we call it Artim us where we bring in either a local artist or someone familiar with Hawaii doing something in Hawaii or Hawaii native who is involved in something creative artistic we've had a few photographers who've done books we've had visual storytellers with the video. We had a resin artists last month. This this coming Tuesday. We've got Rick Noel a photographer who's really instrumental with the photo con event coming up in September. He can join us Tuesday seven to eight PM for a little lecture presentation on his artwork in what he's doing little Q and A follows more than from show up early have glass of wine. Get a pooh-pooh step into the presentation. And I'm assuming. Kupa in the in the Kupa gallery gallery. That's for people that don't know. There's a little a nice venue inside the inspiration, which is where stage in immunity. Just on the left hand side of news right past the main wind Barry walked by the wine modules and also can I ask you do? You still have the the little pours machine. Pours two ounces at a time. And we do we have eighty plus wines by the glass, that's incredible. Laying around that anymore. There's no what. Tell you what we're going to get back with Mike the team in just a moment. Standby your dial in it is the goodfellas on this Aloha for riday. 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"mr. sorensen" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

13:02 min | 1 year ago

"mr. sorensen" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Oregon. Innovation or eyeso- cybersecurity framework. And so on. While the individual policies and regulations are well intended, they are contributing too much confusion and inefficiency in cheating. The common goal of affective cyber defence recognizing that are multiple cyber security frameworks and duplicative policies have contributed a great confusion. I would recommend that speech Artor to develop a single cybersecurity implementation guideline that can be used to satisfy the requirements of the NIST cybersecurity framework PC go, I Tripoli and similar general security frameworks, the simplemente shin guidelines should provide clear guidance on what constitutes basic cyber hygiene. And specify a prioritization for implementation of appropriate controls. I note that the United Kingdom and Australia have done exactly that with the Australian signals directly directorates essential eight and the United Kingdom's. National cybersecurity centers cyber essentials. I offer the center for internet securities critical security controls is appointed departure or model for such an effort. This concludes. My remarks I look forward to your questions. Thank you, go. Thanks to all three of the witnesses as we heard this morning. These data breaches have become a fact of doing business, haven't they? And constantly keeping up. It never ends the best estimate. We had the most recent data. We have come from the second. The first half of twenty eighteen and that is there were two hundred ninety one data records compromised every second. Two hundred ninety one data records compromise every second. I don't think that's slow down it, probably increased. So it's an ever present danger to consumers to businesses to our government to our national security. Mr Smith, I found your testimony interesting as it's been alluded to today, fifty states have different standards on this most states have passed their own breach notification laws and fact, I think every state has some sort of big notification law don't golden I believe that's the case. Yeah. So. That's good. But they vary significantly from state to state. So let me ask you this Mr Smith, what benefit would there be from having a single standard for at the federal level for breach notification legislation given again, there's climate we have increased to technological interconnectedness and number reaches for Andrew Smith is in charge of consumer protection at the Federal Trade Commission. Right. Well, it seems like there would be some benefit to uniformity. I should say that our current commission. So our commission our commission, as you know, is composed of five commissioners all of them are new within the last year or so, and they have not had an opportunity to testify on whether or not they would support a uniform data breach notification standard pass commissions have supported such a uniform notification standard personal capacity this this afternoon. Now, what what what's your opinion? I was interested actually. By what Mr. Sorensen said when he said, it was yes, it was a challenge, but it was not necessarily their primary challenge. So I work at the FTC in early two thousands. And at that time, California had passed its first in the nation, data breach. Notification standard we dealt with it under the choicepoint breach, which was a huge breach at the time. And we started looking at whether we should have a uniform standard. And in fact, the Commission I believe testified in favor of at that time bills were introduced two thousand five say we need a national standard every state's going to enact their own standard. Well, every state has and the sky hasn't fallen. So I feel as though companies have probably figured out how to comply. I do have to say that. I do think there is always a benefit to uniformity in terms of ease of compliance. But from what I can tell in the market company seem to be able to comply with these this multiplicity of standard so easily compliances one issue. And I do think that's something. We'll hear about from the private sector that they would prefer to know what the standards are not to perhaps unit advertently not follow a standard. It's different in state to state, but beyond that, it's about protection it's about it's about the government security and so on so. Do you think there's some benefit to that? In other words, having a high standard that we can therefore ensure we have better security, so one of the critical aspects of any kind of a breach notification standard is the trigger for notification. I think that one of the in the earlier panel, it was mentioned that there's a seventy two hour notice requirement and GDP are. I think that there is from from the perspective of someone who focuses on consumer protection. I want to get notices to consumers that are useful. Right that give back. Your actionable accurate. Give them actionable information. I think the worst thing and we've seen it in some of these breaches is piecemeal notification. No one noticed goes out. Oh, we thought that this was breached, and you should do this in response. And then another notice because we've discovered this other asset was breached just adds to the frustration. The station need to give a company time to investigate they investigate quickly. Give him time to investigate figure out who was affected and what what information was compromised, and what consumers can do to protect themselves as well as develop the systems to respond, the eight hundred lines the credit monitoring things like that. So, you know, thirty days forty five days something like that. We have a rule the FTC has a rule that applies to breaches. Certain healthcare information where the standard is as quickly as possible, but in no event longer than sixty days. I don't know if that's the right cut or not. But you need to give people a little bit of time to conduct a thorough disagree with that. But I think I think sixty days is excessive given a good Welby moving nature this and the potential for people's information to become is on the administrative procedures act. I know that you talked about that in your remarks. I think even with your procedure act rulemaking probably does give us more flexibility. In other words, as I said earlier, the previous panel want to be able to respond quickly to changing threat because it's going to be ever evolving. However there is concerned that unless it was specifically related to. Rulemaking authority for cybersecurity legislation that it could get out of hand can you speak to that for a moment. One. You think rules under the APA your necessary? You think that'll add to flexibility in second? How do you narrow it to ensure that it's it's responsive to the congressional actions? When might take on this one issue, right? So the commission has testified in favor of APA rulemaking for data security only. And I think what folks imagine would be a Bill like several that we've seen introduced where congress says companies you shall accessorised and develop a plan to keep data safe, and maybe provide some other boundaries for what the program will look like and FTC you shall have rulemaking authority under the administrative procedure act only for that to execute that that law right not wrong APA rulemaking authority for everything in the world. What we have right now and was referred to chemically is rulemaking authority under the Magnuson moss warranty act, which requires us not only to do notices of proposed rulemaking and taking of comments. We have to do advance notices of proposed rulemaking we have to have hearings. We have to issue. Interim reports we have to allow for interim appeals what that means. It's not impossible to do. But what it means is that, you know, from soup to nuts. A Magma's rule. Takes us ten years. Considerably one final point Sarah Carper on the nonprofits you mentioned, and you said that private carriers nonprofits should be under the FTC Rubery for this purpose. Can you give us a couple of examples of that? I'm thinking about hospitals where there have been some breaches as an example or sensitive medical information could be released inadvertently sometimes sometimes for hackers Ray. So hospitals the issue with if it's medical information healthcare information, and it's a hospital, then that will be covered by hicfa, which we work closely with HHS and office of civil rights to to enforce and administer hip standards. What we have seen with nonprofit hospitals are breaches of employee data not covered by hip, and that's a real challenge. We have also seen breaches educational institutions and we have seen breaches at common carriers. And there is I think bit of an open question about the Federal Communications Commission's authorities fiction fiction to address those reaches all things look at. Thank you Senator. Thank you for really illuminating testimony. Sitting out in the audience. And I don't know what you're thinking about where you came to the table prepared, and it's very much appreciated. What of the things it's always helpful to me use? When we have a panel. Well, informed thoughtful witnesses to see where do you think you agree? In the question, where do you think you agree as a panel with respect to what congress should do next? Would you just start us off? Senator I think where where certainly my testimony in and Mr Smith's testimony. We're in agreement was around the need for legislation, and and what some of the elements of that legislation could include which is to say notice and comment rulemaking authority civil penalty. Authorities. Those are the things that would best help the the FDIC or whichever agency congress chooses to invest with with this issue. Oversight over this issue. The necessary tools to be able to to get the job done. I think you Mitch. What do you think review agree on what we should be doing next our to do list if you will? Well, I mean, particularly with respect to the statutory authority for the Federal Trade Commission to make rules in the area of data security and enforce using civil penalties. And also the expanded jurisdiction. We certainly agree on that. And I agree with Mr. delegation again from CIs about the importance of these useful regrets like that CIs critical security controls to educate businesses and to focus their attention on things that really matter for a lot of businesses. I believe I think that data security is just sort of a in an insurmountable obstacle. It's beyond anyone's, comprehension, and these types of of rubrics, I think help businesses to focus their attention in the right place. We've done the same thing this week with our the safeguards rule where we have the rule began life. In two thousand and two and at the time was quite influential. But it's very basic. I mean, it's about that long and it requires companies to have good data security conduct data assessments appoint people to be responsible in our new rule, which is somewhat longer. We offer more specifics about encryption and penetration testing and some of the other best practices, which one provides businesses with an auditable standard provides them with clear. Clear information about our expectations. And also candidly provides us with more ability to enforce. Andrew Schmitt sued the Federal Trade Commission in church of consumer protection. Same question, where do you agree questioning by the ranking Democrat, Tom Carper, I think there's a mental agreement that complex issue. There are a number of regulatory bodies Federal Trade Commission being one who have jurisdictions over part of our economy. One of the the functions that the center for internet security provides is what we call the multi state information sharing and analysis center for we provide under funding from congress and under DHS sponsorship, we provide security support for state,.

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"mr. sorensen" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

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08:27 min | 1 year ago

"mr. sorensen" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Is tied to cybersecurity. And that went in place in two thousand eighteen is continuing twenty nineteen you will continue going forward and ranking member that incentive is only punitive. Meaning if we don't make progress on our security improvements, if we don't take our security forward. You can only reduce the individuals bonus including mine, so there's real by in making security a part of our DNA. We think is quite critical. I would also say that I think Mr. Sorensen said the same thing this won't end. Meaning you can never be good enough in the investments in spending will continue, and as I pointed out, we've increased our technology insecurity spending in eighteen nineteen and twenty by fifty percents. So security is a top priority equifax. It's a top priority of mine and the board in the leadership team in the whole organization going forward. Remarks by Mark big are is the CEO equifax. I spent a lot of years of my life in the navy com. corP, retired navy captain and Vietnam veteran and do we have a standard navy and a process process? In the navy says if the captain of the ship is asleep in his her wardrobe in the middle of the night and he ship runs aground. Captain, the ship is held responsible. Is that happened in this case? In my view, Senator it has. I think you know, that the prior CEO is no longer with the company. The prior Cisco is no longer with the company. The prior CTO is no longer with the company if you look at our technology, insecurity organization, we've upgraded really strong talent in probably two thirds of both of those organizations. It's I talked about, you know, we've added significant. Resources a thousand incremental people. We have we have ten thousand people globally at the beginning of last year. At the end of last year, we have eleven hundred and those are all, insecurity, and technology. So, you know, there was a lot of accountability. Again, I wasn't there. But there's a new team it equifax that takes security intensely seriously. Equifax is competitors. For the same extremely sensitive data on American consumers is equifax operated with the strongest sense of urgency. Once they learned about the Apache, struts vulnerability. And as us assume the leadership of this organization, you must have wondered why if they're doing this? Why didn't we at equifax? We've asked about what you've done. You are I explained a bit about you what you've done to change the culture of of your company ran cybersecurity. If you're advising other other companies, whether they happen to become companies just deal in sort of business. Do you have your business model? What advice would you have? There's other companies today. I is it's a war. And I think. The Sorensen said the same thing. And I think it's committee understands that these criminals other actors that are attacking US companies are increasingly sophisticated we get attacked multiple times per day. And actually the system we have now get an alert on my phone from my chief security officer and his team when there is an attempted attack on equifax and point number one is it's not going to go away. And we never two is we really applaud the committee's focus on sharing best practices. And I think is the is the Senator may know, that's challenging sometimes accompanied it goes through a data security breach to be open about actually having it, and these forums I think are critically important when I joined equifax in April my first, call was to my two competitors. And what I told both of them was there's no trade secrets around data security this war. We faces an industry it's a war. We face for American companies as you pointed out for the government. And it's one that's not going to end in. We applaud the idea of sharing actively what we're learning from each other. You know, what are those IP address that are known bad actors? If one company knows it, let's make sure the next company knows it and share those. So we can really build our defenses up because it is increasingly sophisticated and challenging the close with this round with the business because my country was first ratified in Delaware, December seven seventeen eighty seven. We ratified before anyone else at the very beginning. Because starts with these words preamble, we the people of the United States in order to form a more perfect union. Doesn't say for a perfect union. A more perfect union. Our goal in this room has to be a perfection knowing we'll never get there. But we need to scrub for that. Thank you. Sarah. Thank you, Mr. chair and thanking ranking member Carper both of you for this investigation. But also for your bipartisan leadership of this committee. And thank you to both of our witnesses for being here today. Let me start with a couple of questions Mr. bean or to you. You said in your testimony that you believe that despite some errors equifax took cyber security, very seriously, even before the 2017 seventeen breach. Maggie Hassen question did the 2017 breach occurred before your time at the helm of the company, but the facts presented in the subcommittee's report make clear that the company's pre beep pre breach security practices. We're really not in keeping with serious cyber security practice. The report shows that equifax had forgotten to update security certificate known as an SS L certificate that encrypted data transfers between equifax is customers and website. Equifax developers attempted to install new certificates. They realized that some of the old ones had expired as much as eight months earlier that failure led to the exploitation as you've acknowledged of millions of Americans data by what appears to be Chinese tappers equifax should have routinely audited. It's SSL certificates to make sure they had an expired, especially since he's certificates can only protect user data when your current. So let me just ask you a few questions when equifax sought to upgrade its SS L certificates on July twenty ninth twenty seventeen. How many expired certificates that your team come across? And how many of the certificates had been expired by more than a day? Senator. I don't have that information in front of me if you'd like me to I could ask my chief security officer if he could help with that question that would be terrific. Okay. Good morning. Good morning. Unfortunately, I also was not at equifax during the time of this incident. And so I don't have that information with me, right? This moment, but I'm happy to go back to the team. Morgan does the company have that information? I believe we do. And do you know if any of these certificates have been expired for more than eight months? Unfortunately, because I wasn't there. I don't have specifics on the certificates. Exactly, I would expect that even though you weren't there that you would know this or have access to it because it seems to me that is the type of. Investigation and understanding that you would want to develop moving forward. Senator if I could just add as you might imagine we have a much different process today. Much more robust? We know exactly which certificates are expired, which ones are critical risk rated. We also do automatic scanning. Right. It is a protocol. That would be quite normal in today's environment. And we're always we're continually investing in new technologies to make sure we even stay in front of that in very rapid around addressing those. So you are routinely auditing your SSL certificates now. Yes, I'm seeing nodding to okay and. You're making sure that their current and they're not endanger of imminently expiring. That's correct. Okay. Would you support a law that.

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"mr. sorensen" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

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07:12 min | 1 year ago

"mr. sorensen" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Order. It seems no industry is immune from data breaches exposed sensitive. Consumer information. Some of the biggest breaches we've seen recently include Google Uber. Facebook their -partment sore Saks, Fifth Avenue government agencies have not been immune from this also suffered significant breaches, including over twenty million security clearance files background files that were held by the office of personnel management. Locating network going with buildings that hackers can exploit to gain access to sensitive information is a key issue. Actually, Senator has an I have worked on this with some specific legislation here this morning. Earlier this year, the president signed our hack d h s act as an example into law, which will straighten DHS's cybersecurity using white hat hackers to locate previously unknown vulnerabilities in the departments systems. Last night. Senator Carper I released a report on how the equifax data breach occurred, and how hackers were able to steal personal and financial data from over one hundred forty five million Americans. That report documents so equifax failed to follow basic cyber security practices and protocols, which prevented the company from identifying patching inexplicable vulnerability on its system during the course for investigation. We also learned the company failed to preserve important documents related to the breach. Equifax employees told us they frequently used a chat application called Microsoft link. Equifax? I discovered the breach on July twenty ninth 2017 the security team used that chat platform to discuss the heck system, and even the company's response are record covered that equifax did not issue. A notice not to destroy documents related to the breach until August twenty second twenty seventeen and failed to set the platform the chat platform to archive any of these chats until September fifteenth twenty seventeen month and a half after the breach was discovered again back on July twenty ninth. Prior to September. Fifteenth. Equifax was not are coming any link cat based on its own document retention policy council for equifax told me they could not find any of the chats equifax employees told us about documenting the discovery of the breach as a result, the subcommittee is left with an incomplete record. So are the American people. After discovering the breach equifax waited six weeks to disclose to the public on September seven twenty seventeen hackers had compromised its collection of personal and financial information again on over one hundred forty five million Americans, adding to this delay. The hackers had access to the information since may thirteenth twenty seventeen three months before they were discovered equa equifax chief executive officer. Mark the gore is here today to discuss the reports finding we're also going to hear today from Arne Sorenson Marriott. Steve executive officer under data breaches company disclosed in November twenty eighteen that breach of the Starwood reservation database occurred in July two thousand fourteen two years before Marriott acquired Starwood in September of two thousand sixteen. But this was not the first time Starwood suffered a data breach. In November two thousand fifteen Starwood announced that discovered malware on some of it systems at hotels designed to steal credit card information at the point of sale at the time, Starwood state at this breach. Did not. Impact guest reservation database? In November twenty eighteen Marietta announced that it had discovered. Hacker access Starwood guest reservation database. Marantz investigation determined that. The hacker had access to get some information related to three hundred eighty three million guests records since two thousand fourteen is part of that database. The hackers also gained access to over twenty three million passport numbers and nine point one million credit card numbers most of which were expired. Mary learned of the breach on September eight two thousand eighteen but waited almost twelve weeks to notify the public on November thirtieth two thousand eighteen the goal of today's hearing and the subcommittee's report is to fully understand these breaches. But also to focus on the future to focus on solutions. Companies and government agencies alike. Must take steps to better protect the data consumers entrusted them that is clear. And when that date is compromised, we need to know this is possible. So we can do everything we can to ensure criminals longer taking advantage of us is consumers that seems clear. So I look forward to working with my ranking member Senator Carper and others on this committee, including the chairman Senator hasn't and ensuring that we can move forward with legislation that ensures the protection of consumer data and prompt notification when data is compromised, thanks Senator Carper and his staff for their dedication, these issues. Anti-semite staff for leading this investigation without a turn to Senator corker for Steven. Thanks. Thanks, Mr. chair. Right. Thanks to both of our witnesses this morning for for joining us. I wanna take a moment just to say a special thanks to the members of the minority. Staff. Members of Geordie staff worked hard for months to prepare for for this for this day. According to a twenty seventeen study by the Pew Research Center. The vast majority of Americans have personally, experienced a major data breach. My guess is most of us in this room on the size of the panel are among them in about half of our country. Believe their personal information is less secure than it was five years ago. I sub committee initiated investigation into the causes private sector data breaches shortly after equifax announced breach in the fall of twenty seventeen as we conducted. I work a seemingly endless stream of new high profile incidents were nnounced one after the other well known companies, including Google Facebook ticket fly t mobile orbits Saks Fifth Avenue. Loading Taylor underarm. Eventually Marriott announced that they too. Had suffered beaches. Mister bugler in Mr. Sorensen that we thank you for your parents today for you, helping better understanding how these private sector data breaches occur in what can be done to prevent them including steps that we can take. One of my colleagues, and I will have some tough questions for you. Our goal is Germany's indicator goal here is to ensure that the mistakes and oversights they contributed to the attacks. Your company suffered are well understood. So that other American businesses are less likely to fall victim to hackers. Hackers Ray able to obtain someone's personal information the consequences are real twenty seventeen. Pew study, I referred to found it more than forty percent of the individuals poll had discovered fraudulent charges on the credit cards. Others reported that someone had attempted to take out loans and their name filed tax returns in their name or steal their identity. Several of those things happened to my own family in my suspect suspect to the families of many of us in this room. Even when.

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"mr. sorensen" Discussed on X96

X96

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"mr. sorensen" Discussed on X96

"Now, that's not. That's not the only thing. Oh, Mr. Sorensen said the man was traveling at about seventy five miles an hour because he had to speed up to that speed be capture that picture he was driving on highway one and cocoa, Florida. Did he not have an accident? No word on. Why is no word on why he was headed that fast? But I I tell you he had a deck chair emergency. He was he was headed to some deck somewhere because they had to have those chairs because it was taught. I'm I'm telling you the sun was about to rise from the scene. Okay. And they wanted to see the sunrise, and he had to get there. It was a deck chair emergency Boehner candidate number one. Here's Boehner candidate number two. This is entirely professional. There is a job out there for everyone. You want to know where Richie's going when he leaves us on CLYDE. Even for those who really liked to cuddle. Yes. That's right. People actually get paid to cuddle, although it may sound strange. It is a growing trend in the mental health community, and it's happening right here in Salt Lake City Jimmy Hamilton began cuddling, professionally three years ago. She works for a nationwide company called cuddle cutlass. That sounds like something we shouldn't say in the year. Right. When she tells people what she does. People like Gina. They're often the little the little they think I'm joking cuddling with strange. They think it's a line. Like, oh, I'm a professional Cutler. She said, it's not your typical job but Hamilton lives for human connection. If you're not getting that regular touch. It does affect your wellbeing. She said she turned her spare bedroom. Oh into her office, the cuddle room only cuddle room working part time. She she's about twenty clients twenty. I was not escalate. I know you can't I was skeptical. I had no idea what I was getting into said one, man. You're right. We'd better get the legislature on this. I'm gonna leave his name out of it cuddling could easily escalate the IT professional comes to cuddle with Tiffany once a week. We've been cuddling. She said. In the neutral room. The true crawl on top of it. Covers and hold each other for at least an hour. I really had a hard time maintaining real long relationships. I just couldn't trust anyone. The man said he struggles he's had all types of therapy. But he said this works best for him. Just to know that somebody's there that you can really rely on. You know, how do you start to have feelings for her? How do you cuddle? We're not talking. We're just cuddle. How do you cuddle with someone for an hour and not have there's no expectation just there for me? There's nothing sexual about the cuddle. They both agree. Hamilton screens every client and set specific boundaries. We have a very strong agreement that if either of us are uncomfortable at any time, we speak up about it. That's how Arthur some involuntary things that happen. This is legitimate therapy therapy. All right. But. Well, maybe for over sex people like you. This is entirely professional. I dunno I nominated for so I guess I have. I guess I guess it's harmless. Yeah. I just don't understand it. But if if this is something they if they're both adults, and this is something I I don't think it's a Boehner candidate. Okay. Well, we'll get it. But we'll let the voters decide and there's another one to consider. It's Boehner candidate number three that little Roman guy. Who sells pizza has gained are all right?.

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"mr. sorensen" Discussed on San Francisco Chronicle Business & Technology News - Spoken Edition

San Francisco Chronicle Business & Technology News - Spoken Edition

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"mr. sorensen" Discussed on San Francisco Chronicle Business & Technology News - Spoken Edition

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Mary hotel. Temp says she was fired after speaking to the chronicle by Rowland Lee from business. A temporary hotel worker at San Francisco's Mariot marquee said she was fired after speaking to the chronicle about her claim of unpaid wages, Maria Coller, say Salinas resident said she was fired Thursday by Marriott contractor environmental service partners which hired temporary cleaners to replace striking hotel workers. The Mariot strike has spread to eight US cities and is in its fifth week in San Francisco with workers demanding higher pay and safer working conditions. The conical reported on Thursday that Kelly said she not been paid for three days of work, California law prohibits employers from firing or retaliating against an employee after he or she made a written or oral complaint that he or she is open on paid wages. Callous is the second Marriott marquee worker. This week to say, they were fired by environmental service partners. A Hayward firm another worker who gave his name as Carmelo has filed a federal charge alleging. That he was fired on Tuesday. After speaking to a union organizer before his shift, Carmelo and callous have both alleged unpaid wages Kelly said she lined up at two AM in Salinas on Thursday to board a bus that transports workers to the Marriott marquee in San Francisco. A supervisor named Veronica told her she could no longer work at the Marriott marquee. Callous said. Kelly spoke to the chronicle on Tuesday during a lunch break outside the Mariot marquee. Carmelo said callous was one of more than a dozen workers who haven't been paid on time when Francke came to the line and took my name. She told me that I couldn't work anymore. I asked why. And she said because I took my lunch break to speak with reporters. Kelly said in Spanish, I told her how is this possible? This is unjust. I was speaking with my friend Carmelo in. If I knew that I couldn't go out during my lunch break, I wouldn't have. She said Veronica told me, she didn't know those were her orders. They fired me unjustly, and I have the right to speak. She. Said they're trying to intimidate me. Environmental service partners has not responded to the chronicles inquiries about alleged labor violations since Wednesday on Friday woman who answered the company's phone said, she wasn't authorized to speak and said, the company would respond later, we suggest you contact ESP with any concerns about their pay or employment practices. Marriott said separately on Friday. San Francisco's board of supervisors held a public hearing on the strike around one thousand hotel workers who are members of the unite here. Local to attended the meeting Marriott. Ceo Arne Sorenson declined an invitation to speak at the hearing said supervisor Hillary Ronen who said she was insulted by the Marriott officials decision not to show up while Mr. Sorensen was unable to attend. He did send a thorough response to supervisor Ronin on the current negotiations in San Francisco, we do not negotiate in the press and therefore will not be commenting on these specifics. The. Company said.

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Marriott hotel temp says she was fired after speaking to The Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle Business & Technology News - Spoken Edition

03:22 min | 2 years ago

Marriott hotel temp says she was fired after speaking to The Chronicle

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Mary hotel. Temp says she was fired after speaking to the chronicle by Rowland Lee from business. A temporary hotel worker at San Francisco's Mariot marquee said she was fired after speaking to the chronicle about her claim of unpaid wages, Maria Coller, say Salinas resident said she was fired Thursday by Marriott contractor environmental service partners which hired temporary cleaners to replace striking hotel workers. The Mariot strike has spread to eight US cities and is in its fifth week in San Francisco with workers demanding higher pay and safer working conditions. The conical reported on Thursday that Kelly said she not been paid for three days of work, California law prohibits employers from firing or retaliating against an employee after he or she made a written or oral complaint that he or she is open on paid wages. Callous is the second Marriott marquee worker. This week to say, they were fired by environmental service partners. A Hayward firm another worker who gave his name as Carmelo has filed a federal charge alleging. That he was fired on Tuesday. After speaking to a union organizer before his shift, Carmelo and callous have both alleged unpaid wages Kelly said she lined up at two AM in Salinas on Thursday to board a bus that transports workers to the Marriott marquee in San Francisco. A supervisor named Veronica told her she could no longer work at the Marriott marquee. Callous said. Kelly spoke to the chronicle on Tuesday during a lunch break outside the Mariot marquee. Carmelo said callous was one of more than a dozen workers who haven't been paid on time when Francke came to the line and took my name. She told me that I couldn't work anymore. I asked why. And she said because I took my lunch break to speak with reporters. Kelly said in Spanish, I told her how is this possible? This is unjust. I was speaking with my friend Carmelo in. If I knew that I couldn't go out during my lunch break, I wouldn't have. She said Veronica told me, she didn't know those were her orders. They fired me unjustly, and I have the right to speak. She. Said they're trying to intimidate me. Environmental service partners has not responded to the chronicles inquiries about alleged labor violations since Wednesday on Friday woman who answered the company's phone said, she wasn't authorized to speak and said, the company would respond later, we suggest you contact ESP with any concerns about their pay or employment practices. Marriott said separately on Friday. San Francisco's board of supervisors held a public hearing on the strike around one thousand hotel workers who are members of the unite here. Local to attended the meeting Marriott. Ceo Arne Sorenson declined an invitation to speak at the hearing said supervisor Hillary Ronen who said she was insulted by the Marriott officials decision not to show up while Mr. Sorensen was unable to attend. He did send a thorough response to supervisor Ronin on the current negotiations in San Francisco, we do not negotiate in the press and therefore will not be commenting on these specifics. The. Company said.

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"mr. sorensen" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"mr. sorensen" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Mr sorensen had to quit because of the same kind of allegations as against rob porter and that be speaks who now there's there's a good word rai be speak said the best word that be speech to a larger problem which is what they went after hillary four right mishandling classified until it appears quite clear now in the case of rob porter that he couldn't jetty final security clearance because of these problems said that he had created for himself by being a horrible guy and beaten up his ex wife and there was now girlfriend that have come forward and say he was abusive to me too and so it's obvious that with rob porter he couldn't get a security clearance because he had a very troubling past history and that can be used to blackmail him right again i it's not the kind of thing the fbi says is okay to get a security clearance so now whether it's four sexual abuse in the past whatever they happen to be the issues there of there are dozens dozens of people working in the white house who are handling classified intel who have access to it including donald trump's soninlaw jared kushner believe me who's one of the people who can't get an fbi security clearance take a wild guess why because these compromised by the chinese adler russian jared kushner is all kinds of compromise had so he can get a security clair's but because he's donald soninlaw ages waves all the rules and says he though and so donald trump now.

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"mr. sorensen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"mr. sorensen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"His ex wife jessica korbut they were married for two and a half years during which he says he was violent and emotionally abusive the washington post says mr corbett told them she informed the fbi about her former husband's behavior last autumn when the bureau was conducting a background check on him in a text message the newspaper mr sorensen says he's stepped down because he didn't want the way white house staff to deal with this destruction the irish republican leader gerry adams will hand over the reins of the shin fame party later today after more than thirty four years in charge than you feign presidents will be mary lou mcdonald an irish politician from dublin mr adams once a hated figure in britain for his alleged role in the paramilitary ira has been a key figure in the northern irish peace process world news from the bbc the us house democratic leader nancy pelosi has accused president trump of hypocrisy the blocking publication of a democratic intelligence memo the documents is a response to a republican memo claiming that the fbi and the justice department were biased against the president in the russia investigation a british government minister tobias ellwood has suggested to two newspapers the two members of the islamic state group who are from london should be tried at the international criminal court in the hague the bbc understands alexander kotey and el shafi alshaykh whose units is thought to have murdered more than twenty hostages had been stripped of their british citizen shave his chris mason tobias ellwood lost his own brother in a terrorist attack the bombings in bali into fast two now an interview in the times and the daily telegraph he demands what he calls an agreed international price for captured fighters guantanamo by created a new combatant status that bypass the geneva convention used torture and failed to address a wider global jihad insurgency that continues today he says last month president trump said he was keeping guantanamo bay open the venezuelan baseball fehr ellie asked d s a catch here for the pittsburgh pirates has appealed for the safe release of his mother seventy two year old nso to is said to have been forced into a.

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"mr. sorensen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"mr. sorensen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Sister of the north korean leader historic meeting at the blue palace is regarded with suspicion by washington the trump administration has warned against engagement with north korea because of its nuclear program and its missile tests a second white house staff member david sorensen has resigned over allegations of domestic abuse his resignation comes two days after the white house aide rob porter quit over claims of abuse by two former wives which he denies he is pita bows the white house says it learned of the allegations against david sorensen on thursday the scriptwriter resigned last night although he vehemently denies the claims of his ex wife jessica corbett they were married for two and a half years during which she says he was violence and emotionally abusive the washington post says mr corbett told them she informed the fbi about her former husband's behavior last autumn when the bureau was conducting a background check on him in a text message the newspaper mr sorensen says he's stepped down because he didn't want the white house staff to deal with this distraction the house democratic leader nancy pelosi has accused president trump of hypocrisy for blocking publication of a democratic intelligence memo the white house has refused to release the memo saying it contained classified in sensitive passages the document was written in response to a republican memo claiming that the fbi and the justice department were biased against the president in the russian investigation mr trump approve the publication of that memo earlier this month despite fbi concerns over its accuracy democrats say they're memo correct sarazen ommissions in the republican document this is the world news from the bbc the irish republican leader gerry adams will hand over the reins of the xinfang party later today after more than thirty four years in charge the new shen pain president will be mary lou mcdonald in irish politician from dublin this adams once a hated figure in britain for his alleged role as the parliamentary ira has been a key figure in the northern irish peace process a british government minister tobias ellwood has suggested to two newspapers the two members of the islamic state group who have from london should be tried at the international criminal court in the hague the bbc understands alexander coattail and el sheffield shake whose unity.

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"mr. sorensen" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"mr. sorensen" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"We need a bigger wall anyway while we await news of whether the president is about to fire another chief of staff as well yet another deputy white house chief of staff is gone and no sooner did that news arrived on the washington post brooke news tonight that another white house staff staffer has resigned this evening and in his case it is the second white house staff are in two days to have resigned because of domestic abuse allegations now this is not the same story as rob porter the white house staff secretary who left office yesterday this is a new white house staffer who you may not have known of before tonight his name is david sorensen is a relatively young member of the white house staff we think he's in his early thirties he was previously a spokesman for the republican party in maine who was a top policy adviser to republican governor paul the page in maine before they recruited them to come to the white house the portland press herald describes him as having a quote reputation as an aggressive and sometimes combative political operative but when he came to the trump white house it was in the role of a speechwriter according to the washington post mr sorensen's exwife claims that he was violence and emotionally abusive during their turbulent two and a half year marriage and the specific allegations are startling ends um dark sorensen allegedly quote ran a car over his exwife's foot put out a cigarette on her hand through her into a wall grasped her menacingly by the hair while they were alone on their boat in remote waters off maine's coast in an incident she said left her fearing for her life.

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"mr. sorensen" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"mr. sorensen" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Phone matthews a kippa the week matthew beloved powell waskita sorry before we get to matthew though uh here's how you could enter a forecast of the week get all the fabrics wing by our house stopping seer emailer oh that's it unless amerjit on any way you read part of the of the week tisco by your house they can go by house but the case may drive ate a turnaround dr i got that has circle you know that drives me crazy right please don't use your driveway to turn around just rebel advocated weekend nearby mailboxes across the street are to stop it in its the metal one is a wgnradiocom is that the best of us yes slash contests and then you'll find kid of a week of tab and hit that and good to matthew is on the phone right now border matthew how are you good morning good how are you your sixteen here your best years is still ahead yet but you gotta get going matthew yeah so where to go to school i go to my knowing high school parts of monte check retirement and this is at the flying horned frogs carmen on monday line is the that's exactly right steve the fly home or there something else to look at it up the mustang on my line must dare source and who is carl sorensen he is uh eat a purse the the person it recommended me for this w he uh helped with lie um eagle scout project as well the thing we've had many eagles scouts on as kids of week it's always an impressive thing because they have to achieve at a level that the rest of us frankly do not when did you make eagles gap i'm in eagle scout uh last year's earth in two thousand sixteen so we fourteen or fifteen uh i was raised fourteen forty and fifty six i still have a medial scout through i here's what mr sorensen said matthew secured sixty six hundred six thousand six hundred packages descended deployed troops overseas packages for men women and dogs to earn seventy three merit badges only twenty one are required to be in eagle scout cheer like a threetime eagle scout plus some some room to spare here here started a club muddle i called help for heroes to continue to work december's in cards to service members principles like them to.

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"mr. sorensen" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"mr. sorensen" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"And the idea of the those two was you could gold beach it up on the shore discharge soldiers along with a cage june six luger abed and of course the purpose over illustrate the worst most tanks off the ship goo goo shore and pick up the wounded the art tank dark immediately became an operating officer area with two doctors report we went out and try to do from st and so forth through the wounded and the first troupe we've moved back to england we are the wounded on her trip i wanna backup for second so i can't imagine the bravery that it took to the annette l s t on the day and all your man and all your tanks are going ashore and there's incoming fire in it's dangerous was at a scary time very very scary in the thing that was three difficult to accept was left our crew short infant crude with the first wave were pinned on the beach and had no push to go and some of us came in the second and third waves we rolled out another of channel women for kerguelen there mr sorensen can you remember what it sounded like and what its smelled like and what it felt like on the day the biggest thing was all the airplanes coming over the top than than there were three battleships out destroyers law the crews result foreign over the top of the pu boxes of driven support to the infantry underground garage noisy shimon for water was very very rough now you bravely took care of a lot of the many that were that were injured that were there on the day and you brought them back how terrible was it to see what you saw to see other brave men struggling and injured and dieter aeronautique it was difficult from the standpoint the they were hurt in some cases show badly there was a butcher could do for alternative giving them more feeders jumped pain were we took the first had eighty on the street would booked to england and do operations who will be one of the two were on that particular trip glenn back book the couldn't get the firstly the really the beach and was all something that you had to we try to go to somebody else oh by the time we got in there was jewish going one place to another we concentrated was going on reform of our illustrates.

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