35 Burst results for "NSC"
"nsc" Discussed on The Café Bitcoin Podcast
"NE forward slash cafe Bitcoin club to ask questions in text. For those while we're waiting for people to come ask questions, for those who are not familiar, believe it or not, some people aren't familiar. With colony guides products, you want to run through them and kind of say what they are, maybe two minutes on each one. Sure. Yeah, no, absolutely. So we'll start off with the quote card MK four. That's our newest model of the cool card. Obviously, that's a hardware wallet. Or what we also like to call a signing device. That's kind of the main seller, obviously. People want a way to self custody. They're Bitcoin. Not putting it on coinbase or another custodial solution. They want to switch bank account in their pocket. So they buy a hardware wallet. We're assigned device. So that's our MK four. It comes with plenty of upgrades, trick pins, you can basically have a PSP T where your air gapping or transactions instead of having it plugged into your computer where there's potentially malware that might infect your device or in fact your computer. Just things like that, obviously we try and be as secure as possible. So people, we have NFC for our new device, but obviously it's a little more convenient. There's tradeoffs for NFC rather than doing an air gap, but we want to bridge that gap between convenience and security. So as long as you're transparent about the tradeoffs and kind of aware of your specific need for that specific upgrade, then you're good. If you want to have NSC enabled and have kind of like a walking around wallet, that's that should be an option. But if you want to have extremely deep secure cold storage, then you want to have an ability to basically disable that. USB or NFC function. You can even scratch off the signal on the physical device itself. So it's completely NFC disabled. So it's not a radio anymore. Obviously, that's a concern for some people. So again, it's just having the options to be more a little more convenient, you know, work with an app like nunchuck or whatever. Or having it extremely secure, fully offline, not connect to anything. As well. So you can have basically a very beginner, more convenient solution or more cold, hard solution in the same product. So that's our MK four. Next, we have the tap signer, which is very similar. Again, comes with different tradeoffs. It has a chip inside. It's extremely budget friendly. We run, we run these for $40 right now. We're trying to get them cheaper in price. For people in other countries that can't exactly afford a $150 coal card. We want to offer something that's a little more budget friendly for people. So it's
Katie Gorka Describes the Threat of the 'Next-Gen Marxist'
"Start at the beginning. You have to identify a threat you have to be able to accurately label an enemy. We learned this with the long telegram with NSC 68. We've had this discussion at home for at least a year now. What do we call it? It's not the Soviet Union on the outside. It's now an internal threat that is challenging in and of itself that it's inside America, but you have in the title here, the phrase cultural Marxist. I know you popularized the phrase next gen marxists. Tell us why you're using this terminology and not just the left or something like that. Yeah, this is a super important question. So I think one of the reasons that the left has been able to get away with what it has is because it uses really nice benign terms, like political correctness or even wokeness. Those things just don't really sound all that threatening. No equity. Yeah. And we may disparage something as being woke, but does woke really sound all that threatening, not really. But you know what Mike and I found is if you really dig into it. And if you really look at the ideology that's driving the left, it is Marxism. Why does that matter? That matters because Marxism wants to take down our system. It doesn't want to just change the language we use. It doesn't just want to improve the environment. It actually wants to completely eradicate the free market and put control in the hands of the government and to take it out of the way from people. But I
"nsc" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Calls, some pressures for four selling that could cause the guilt market to freeze up. And British prime minister Liz truss giving up at least part of her economic program. It was becoming a distraction. So that's why we immediately changed that policy. And that's the kind of government we are. But as ugly as the situation was in UK markets, it was nothing compared with the setbacks for Russian forces in eastern and southern Ukraine, with president Putin's efforts to quote annex territory that he has forces didn't even control, which admiral John Kirby of the NSC looks at as an indication that mister Putin just may be coming to understand how difficult his situation really is. The annexation announcements as well as his announcement of partial mobilization, certainly shows the degree to which mister Putin knows how much he's struggling inside Ukraine. And OPEC plus weighed in with its own changes, cutting production caps by 2 million barrels a day or about 7%, putting even more pressure on Europe and the rest of a world already worried about energy. While we were disappointed that OPEC made this decision as the president mentioned, we think it's unnecessary if you look at the global environment where supply continues to be the predominant challenge. Then there's Elon Musk. He offered $44 billion for Twitter back in April, then decided to renege, got sued, and on the eve of his deposition returned to his original offer, even though it looks like he's going to be way overpaying. In many ways, this is almost the most expected outcome of all, which is settling on the eve of trial just before deposition of the main players Elon Musk himself. He doesn't want to be deposed. He has probably some embarrassing text messages and conflicting statements and all of that would make for a very unpleasant deposition for him. But after all the back and
"nsc" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Seems that they are worried that because of the big market moves, there could be some margin calls some pressures for for selling that could cause the guilt market to freeze up. And British prime minister Liz truss giving up at least part of her economic program. It was becoming a distraction. So that's why we immediately changed that policy. And that's the kind of government we are. But as ugly as the situation was in UK markets, it was nothing compared with the setbacks for Russian forces in eastern and southern Ukraine, with president Putin's efforts to quote annex territory that his forces didn't even control, which admiral John Kirby of the NSC looks at as an indication that mister Putin just may be coming to understand how difficult this situation really is. The annexation announcements, as well as his announcement of partial mobilization, certainly shows the degree to which mister Putin knows how much he is struggling inside Ukraine. And OPEC plus weighed in with its own changes, cutting production caps by 2 million barrels a day or about 7%, putting even more pressure on Europe and the rest of a world already worried about energy. While we were disappointed that OPEC made this decision as the president mentioned, we think it's unnecessary if you look at the global environment where supply continues to be the predominant challenge. Then there's Elon Musk. He offered $44 billion for Twitter back in April, then decided to renege, got sued, and on the eve of his deposition, returned to his original offer, even though it looks like he's going to be way overpaying. In many ways, this is almost the most expected outcome of all, which is settling on the eve of trial just before deposition of the main players Elon Musk himself. He doesn't want to be deposed. He has probably some embarrassing text messages and conflicting statements and all of that would make for a very
What's Happening in the Middle East? Mike Doran Explains
"So that's a little bit of credentialing here. What was your job in the NSC? Michael Duran? I was the senior director for the Middle East and North Africa. And he was the man for that region in the NSC and then in the DoD. I was a dazzy deputy assistant Secretary of Defense. He's using Washington lingo to go there. So this is your real forte your area of expertise. What is happening in the Middle East is this just another one of these cyclical low level pushback against the regime of the mullahs in Iran that will be quashed like all the others or are you seeing signs of something different here? Let's while Mike's talking, let's run a bit of B roll of these incredibly brave women, most of them very, very young, ripping off their hijabs, ripping off their scarves and just dancing through the streets of Tehran. Tell us Mike, what's going on? Is this different? It is different. It's a $64,000 question as to whether it will become just one more wave. But it is a wave of protests that's different from all of the others. How? It's, first of all, it's gone on longer. It's wider, it's in all the ethnic areas, all the different ethnic areas, Iran's a multi ethnic country, all Strata of society. In all of the cities, and interestingly, it's more obviously directly explicitly anti regime than any of the other protests. Because of the headscarf element. The head scarf is a symbol of the regime. It's not, this isn't just feminism. These aren't just women. This is oppression by the regime. Yes. And so that is the symbol of the regime. If you're against the headscarf, you're against the regime by definition. So
"nsc" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"A James, welcome to the program. Thank you for taking my call, brother, happy Tuesday, man. The commander, DP, Darren. I forgot to mention last week, man. Thank you for the shout out, man. You know how I love the burgundy and gold, man. I think they are dark horse this year. I'm gonna throw you my Super Bowl picks. I was gonna wait real quick, but I'm gonna end with my best work real quick, man. I'm gonna take the packers over the Cardinals and NSC, and I'm gonna take the raisins over the charges and the ASC, and I like to raise them to win it all, man. My best and worst of the weekend. Oh, dominion university, man. Alumni. Class of O 8 for the second term he just checked in Norfolk, one of the worst that we don't want I didn't even go to the game, man. I mean, like, 20 minutes from the stadium didn't even know I thought it was gonna be a blowout. But wow, man, right wing by old dominion, head of a play at the end, presenting to make that catch, it was a duck and a quarterback got hit, man. It was an exciting for the program going forward, man, so really happy to see it. And I'll leave with this. Notre-Dame. Man, there were playing not to win. It was really tough to see that, man, 'cause they really had a shot in that game. They did have a great day, man. The commander. Thank you, James. Always good to hear from James. Old dominion football, getting some love. Chris and Georgia. Hey, Chris. It's on your mind. Best of the weekend. Thanks. Yeah. Hey, Dan. Yeah, thanks. Yeah, I have a best and worst mine is actually the opposite of James. So the best, of course, is, hey, I'm going to sit around for the next 12 hours and watch college football, a tradition like any other. And then of course,
"nsc" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"New York with John jaski, the full go adjacent Goff as he's just in a factory of sadness with the bears. Ryan resilience podcast. I could just keep going and going. Go check all of them out. Go check out the rewatchables, which is putting up a new episode on Monday on Labor Day. We did save in private, Ryan. It is two hours, me, Sean fantasy, Chris Ryan. Really a deep dive. What an amazing movie that is. Basically moving to talk about too, because it's got a couple of flaws. And we had no problem talking about those flaws, but for the most part, wow. What a movie still holds up 24 years later. Coming up on this podcast, it is part two of the over under podcast with me and because it's how we're going to run both of these on Thursday. And then Donovan Mitchell got traded. So if you missed that Thursday podcast, we're still came on last minute. We talked about the Mitchell trade Sal and I did AFC over unders. And now here, on this podcast, we're going to do NSC over unders, which we tape Thursday. And guess the lines, week one. We are here. We have arrived. So we taped all of this on Thursday, but nothing's changed. It is still timely. Because he's coming up and then after that, somebody have wanted to have on this podcast for years and years and years, the great dick ever saw. He is on the last half of this podcast. We talked about his new book and a whole bunch of other stuff. Can't wait for you to listen to that. This is an awesome podcast. I feel like we should sprinkle
Ric Grenell Discusses Brittney Griner and Prison Transfers
"Rick walk us through how prisoner transfers usually usually work. Brittany griner goes to Russia with drugs, shouldn't have done that. She's a fellow American despite the fact she hates America. She kneels during the national anthem. Under a normal administration, I believe Britney would already be home. We saw that with the ball brother with Lamar, I get them all confused. When Trump got these prisoners home, but now it seems as if we're doing this elaborate prisoner swap with the merchant of death, how do prisoner swaps usually work and why is this so outrageous what we're entertaining right now? Well, I think the first thing to say is that the State Department has a whole bureau that deals with this detained Americans. And you know, it's a very, very slow process. If you commit a crime in another country, we usually let the other country kind of go through the machinations of its illegal process. We demand access, there's consular affairs individuals, Americans working overseas in the embassies who will go see the Americans detained. It's a very slow process and we try not to jump forward on legal processes. But there are times when detaining detained American is so outrageous that the political types and usually the NSC or The White House jump in and say this is unacceptable. We're not waiting. We're going to get you home
"nsc" Discussed on WTOP
"Now in downtown Washington, the forecast brought to you by long fence. 20% all savings on fences decks and papers got a long fence dot com, schedule your free estimate today. It's 9 ten now in Washington, President Biden will soon visit Saudi Arabia during his trip to the Middle East this week. He's in Israel now. The plan visit has drawn a lot of criticism from politicians on both sides of the aisle. While Biden has previously criticized Saudi Arabia's human rights record, he is discussions with Saudi leaders will likely focus on other issues. Treat a parsi executive vice president of the Quincy institute and responsible statecraft to join WTO's Dimitri sodas to talk about what President Biden could accomplish with this trip to Saudi Arabia. The best case scenario is actually nothing much happens. It's just ends up being a couple of photo ops, no promises or commitments given to the Saudis and their varieties. Since I don't believe that they would be delivering anything to the United States anyways, that's why it wouldn't be worthwhile for the U.S. to give them something. In terms of oil, for instance, if oil is the driving force of this, then it doesn't make a lot of sense to go to Saudi Arabia while at the same time continue to drive such a hard bargain on the Iran nuclear deal that has caused these negotiations to stall. If the JCPOA, the Iran nuclear war to be revived by Biden going back into it after Trump exited, then we could be on roughly 80 million barrels of Iranian oil that is just sitting. Moreover the Iranian spirit capacity may actually be greater than that of Saudi Arabia. It's not to say that it wouldn't be good for the Saudis to pump up more oil. But if the price for that is that the United States actually commits U.S. lives to defend the Saudi dictatorship, that's not worth it. That's a short term gain for a very long term negative. Do you expect President Biden to raise the issue of Khashoggi's murder in some way, not to mention a horrendous human rights record by Saudi Arabia? I do not expect him to raise it. He certainly will not raise it publicly, which probably does make some sense. But I frankly don't expect him to raise it privately either. There was a memo that was circulated in the NSC about four or 5 weeks ago in regards to this trip laying out the strategy and part of the reason why partly got bleached was because some other NSC staffers or people in the government that saw it were very upset because it did not mention human rights as stable time. I've also heard President Biden's national security team argue that in a nation such as Yemen that faces so many challenges that Saudi Arabia backing off there is a win for the United States. It certainly is a win, but there's no need to go at two Saudi Arabia, shake the hand of MBS and offer him security guarantees. The United States could have stopped this war during Biden's first week in office by simply cutting off the support to the Saudi war effort because the Saudis can not wage war in Yemen without our direct support. So while it would be very good for that war to end and it should, it could have ended much sooner. There was no reason for this to go on this long, and we certainly don't have to give anything else. Including security guarantees to Saudi Arabia in order for that war to come to an end. That is treat up RC executive vice president with the Quincy institute for responsible statecraft. He was on Skype. Well, check sports coming up next on WTO. It's 9 13. If you're working
"nsc" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"It's all things considered from NPR news I'm Sasha Pfeiffer in Cambridge Massachusetts And Mary Louise Kelly in Washington a nascent neo Nazi group in New England is attempting to recruit new members It's doing this by raising its public profile And latching on to Republican talking points that were once considered French for member station WGBH in Boston hear senior investigative reporter Philip Martin A video posted last summer on social media provided a rare look inside the strategic planning of an upstart neo Nazi movement In the video Chris hood the 23 year old founder of the nationalist socialist club or NSC one 31 Gave instructions to a university of Massachusetts Lowell's student named Liam McNeil Well if you're in college you should be getting together with all the other guys on campus at things like you circling all the frat parties and bullying the troops that race mix and just start dominating the party You take over the campus You can do that Hood in 23 year old McNeil are part of a tiny but growing clique of white nationalists who have begun wildly announcing their presence across New England I mean we're pretty much like a frat but racist Describes Massachusetts based NSC one 31 differently It's a small neo Nazi group Siegel was president of the anti defamation league's center on extremism Those who identify with this group view themselves as soldiers essentially who are at war with the Jewish controlled system that is plotting the extinction of the white race Siegel says the group appears to have escalated its activities in the wake of last year's attempted insurrection in the U.S. capitol where members of NSC one 31 were present This greatly concerns Gregory freed Professor of philosophy at Boston college and an expert on authoritarianism We should use January 6th as a reality check Those were the shock troops of an attempted coup on the American political system In New England NSC one 31 of hung racist banners from highway overpasses Rallied in front of hospitals and joined mainstream conservatives to protest vaccine mandates and antiracist education The group has conducted martial arts and firearms training in state forests.
"nsc" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast
"But my God, I mean, you're going up against so many top tier QBs. It's hard to feel confident that you're getting anywhere. Yeah? I mean, I think it's going to be tough. I think my hot take is whoever comes out of the AFC west wins the Super Bowl next year. Assuming the rams don't get there because I would pick the rams, obviously. Side note, I hope Devo Sam, you'll find happiness in another team in the AFC. Just no reason other than I just wanted to see you happy and selfishly out of the NSC class. No reason whatsoever. No reason. No, I mean, sorry, I know we're talking about football and this is my last comment. I swear, but who in the NFC is on paper as good as the rams right now. On paper? On paper. Right now. I mean, maybe the bucks because Tom Brady came back, but Russell Wilson left Aaron Rodgers just lost a bond to Adams. I can't really think of another team ups on my head. Sorry, and I'm sure I'm being disrespectful to a lot of fan bases right now, but I'm just being honest. I'm not scared of any team in the NFC next year. Yeah, that's fair. We'll see how it plays out though. I can't wait for the draft this week. Going to be a lot of fun. Vince bodney with a super chat. So do you think LeBron would want to go to the nets for Ben Simmons? Wait, we trade LeBron and we have Ben Simmons. And the Lakers are doing that. The Lakers are only going to trade LeBron if he goes to the Lakers and says, I want to be traded. What do you pick the nets to be traded to? Who knows? I don't know. But it seems like he's pretty well settled in LA. I don't think LeBron's going to ask for a trade. I think LeBron's going to push to try to get the Lakers to fix things. And you can say some of this is self inflicted because of LeBron in terms of him being a guy who pushed for Russ. But I don't see that happening, but I also think in any hypothetical scenario where you're trading LeBron James, you have to think, would it be better for us to have a year of LeBron or to have however many years this other guy can get it? Because that's all that's guaranteed right now is one year of LeBron. We'll see if he signs an extension. And obviously, but it's LeBron James. It's a guy who's maybe the goat, maybe. It's a guy who brings in revenue, unlike anybody else..
"nsc" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"Neither price, nor the NSC official, cited the text of the agreement, which has not been made public. New Zealand and Australia have also expressed concern over the partnership because it might allow for a Chinese military presence in a region they have historically considered their sphere of influence. Australians far in affairs minister Maurice Payne told the Australian broadcasting corporation that there was a lack of transparency in relation to this agreement. New Zealand's leader Jacinda Ardern, echoed the sentiment, we see such acts as a potential militarization of the region, and also see very little reason in terms of the Pacific security for such a need in such a presence. She told radio and Z but prime minister manasseh so Guevara of the Solomon Islands has criticized such responses and an address to parliament on March 29th. He said, we find it very insulting to be branded as unfit to manage our sovereign affairs, or to have other motives in pursuing our national interests. He added that the country would not allow China to build a military base, but at the same time the Solomon Islands needed to diversify its relationships with other partners. Canberra, which has a bilateral security agreement with the country, said earlier that it would continue to cooperate with the Solomon Islands, even if the pact with China was signed, but prime minister Scott Morrison faced criticism on Wednesday for not dispatching the more senior pain to Wuhan instead of Pacific minister seselj. Penny Wong, the opposition party's shadow minister for foreign affairs, told Australians ABC News that it was the worst Australian foreign policy blunder in the Pacific since the end of World War II. Says the security agreement demonstrates that the balance of power in the region has been disrupted. China is a power that is here to stay, at least in the foreseeable future, and has disrupted Western countries dominance of the region. Why does the Solomon Islands want a security pact? In 2019, the Solomon Islands switched diplomatic recognition to China from Taiwan, which China considers a breakaway province. Since then, China has been boosting economic ties, involving the solomons and its signature belt and road infrastructure initiative, and promising to build a multi-million dollar stadium in the country ahead of the Pacific games next year. Direct investment has.
Putin Thrives on Chaos
"Pretty wild and of course surrogates will say wild things. I get that, but the rhetoric is getting ratcheted up and I suspect this is in part because Russia is realizing that it's effectively not succeeding in this mission. Don't forget, he thought that this would just take a few days and now we're going on a few weeks here and Kyiv still has not folded to the Russian aggression. So it clearly he being Vladimir Putin got some very bad Intel from his military ops and now he's sort of blocked in, right? What does he do? He's flailing about right now. And I think it's really important that calmer heads here prevail. And this is one of the reasons why the discussions this week in Rome between our head of NSC, Jake Sullivan and the Chinese were extremely important because don't forget China thrives on stability, whereas Putin's thriving on chaos. So we've got to hope that they want that stability in the world as opposed to encouraging this madman which he clearly is turning out to be absolutely a madman and then if you get all these crazy people on state TV, perhaps trying to double down after they had that incident this week, that would be yesterday where one of the producers or researchers came up with a sign saying no war. She's now apparently in jail because if you can't do that in Russia, you can't actually have a different opinion. Now punishable by 15 years in jail and you wonder why nobody trusts the system
We Need to Use Sanctions With Precision and Might
"Anyway, back to the disaster that is the world today, Russia really escalating things now. And we've got Jake Sullivan from the NSC heading over to Rome today to meet with the Chinese to try and help influence them. Look, I'll tell you. To me, this should be pretty simple. You're with us or you're against us. And guess what? We've got the power of sanctions to help enforce that. You do business with us or you do business with them. So apparently India is all excited thinking that they can get some really cheap oil. And Russia is trying to get them to buy that really cheap
Biden's Nuclear Negotiator Robert Malley Weighs Lifting Iran Sanctions
"Andrew we got. I mean, there is this negotiation that's happening. I mean, we touched on it before, but there is basically Robert malley, who is the U.S. special envoy to Iran, is currently in Vienna, and apparently the negotiation is going so poorly about the. So he negotiated the JCPOA in 2015. So he is the guy that basically was responsible for the document that Trump came in ripped up and got the United States out of the Iran nuclear deal, right? It was an unbelievably bad dude. Yeah, it was an unbelievably bad deal. Well, guess what? He's at it again. So when we talk about our elites failing us, when we talk about how America deserves better, at least, at least we like to think we deserve better elites. He's at it again and he's in Vienna and basically there's a substack from Melanie Phillips. She published it 21 hours ago. She basically says that it's going so poorly that she was, you know, she felt obligated to write this and that she had permission from some people on the ground. This is all happening while we're worried about Putin launching nuclear weapons. Like, oh, let's go give another authoritarian nuclear weapons in the Middle East. Yeah. And so she highlights a Twitter thread from Gabrielle norona that says one, my former career at the State Department NSC and EU colleagues are so concerned with the concessions being made by rob malley in Vienna that they've allowed me to publish some details of the coming deal in hopes that Congress will act to stop capitulation. What's happening in Vienna is a total disaster, one warned, the entire negotiations have been filtered and essentially run by Russian diplomat, Mikhail ulyanov, the concessions and other misguided policies have led three members of the U.S. negotiating team to leave. They're basically stripping away different sanctions of all of these leaders within Iran, including the Iranian military that has murdered people all around the world, apparently, according to this thread, we're about to be not only in a geopolitical cluster in eastern Ukraine and Russia, but we're also going to have Taiwan coming on board. And now we've got basically JCPOA number two. So
What's the Biggest Threat Facing America? Jim Hanson Tells Us
"Jim, you've written this, you're very prolific individual. Your most recent work was the winning the second civil World War without firing a shot. And it fits nicely into the broader question of what's the biggest threat we face. We've had this State of the Union address. We've witnessed the last 13 months of a disastrous Biden administration. You're an old national security hand. In 1946, we had the long telegram, 47, we had the sources of Soviet conduct article by George cannon, which gave us the blueprint. This is the Soviets, this is why they're an existential threat, and then you get NSC 68 from Paul Nietzsche on how we're going to destroy. How are we going to win this ideological war? Today, it's a different ball game, okay? Russia may be doing its thing in Ukraine, but the likelihood of a nuclear exchange between America and the Soviet Union is significantly less than it was during the Cold War, but what about the internal threat? Do we really have to refocus on the Marxist threat being inside our borders gym? I did. And I spent my entire adult life fighting for American freedom and strength and power overseas. But a couple of years back, we looked at it and said, the biggest threat we face is the woke leftists in this country, fundamentally transforming us into a socialist crap hole. So I shifted fire. And figurative fire for your media matters. He's in a twist. It'll ozaki poo. He's not talking RPGs on the streets of D.C., okay? That's your wet dream, not his carry on. I love teen you up for that bag, is that so much fun to watch you take. Guys, when are you gonna do another transcript? I don't have guys here to type my show out for me. I'll say something. But the bottom line is those guys are literally trying to change us into something that the founding fathers wouldn't even recognize. Yes.
K. T. McFarland: Russia Has a Lot of Blackmail Power Over Europe
"Not unlike vindman, you've been in the room where it happens. You were there talking about policy and national security issues with the president. Give me your takeaway, your reaction to what you just heard. Well, there was a reason that vindman, I tried to get them and fired when he was on my staff on the NSC. But in any event, I think that we need to take a step back and figure out why was Putin enabled to do this. There were decisions made at the beginning of the Biden administration to shut down the American energy industry. Oil natural gas. It did a couple of things. Number one, it meant that the price of energy went way high. It doubled in price of oil doubles. That made Russia rich again. The other thing it did though was make it very clear to Europe, which depends on Russian energy oil and natural gas for 50% of its energy needs. Russia then got a lot of blackmail power over Europe. So where we are now is that Vladimir Putin is rich and he's got political leverage over Europe and that's what he's exploiting. Now I'm not going to get in the blame game of who says what who says it's less facts that matter. So Putin is facts that matter. He's got money. He's been able to rebuild his military. He's been able to use the political leverage he has over Germany and France and Italy. And all the countries which depend on Russian energy and that's why I'm worried that Putin's next move is going to be at NATO countries. Ukraine is not a member of NATO, but at NATO countries. And then they'll be the decision point. Countries be honoring their NATO commitment to Estonia Latvia and Lithuania, for example, the three politics case or will they be cow towering to Vladimir Putin's blackmail as energy blackmail. That's why it's so important for the United States to turn back on our energy and we supply the energy to Europe, not Russia. It's unreal
"nsc" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"And there are notes that came out from an NSC meeting that suggested on August 14th Preparations had not been made for where to evacuate both Americans and Afghan civilians who had applied for SIV status in those late hours Those decisions were still being made as the Taliban were moving into Kabul Is that accurate And is that true that at that late stage preparations had not been made as to where to evacuate Americans and others No I'm not going to speak to leak documents What I can tell you is that we were all working as an intergen very very hard Throughout the summer but certainly in August to make sure we were best postured to conduct an evacuation If one was needed and clearly one was needed Now here's what I'll tell you okay First of all it was a disaster This administration has no clue They really don't But here's the other thing too Democrats want him gone I don't know if Biden's gonna be able to make his full term I really don't I was telling mister producer I don't know if he's gonna be able to make it You know what I mean I mean it's very obvious now that the Jell-O eating competition might be all that he's really capable of doing in a few months It's just not a good look When his wife Esther scored him off the stage like that it's bad But it's Democrats who are the ones who are circling They're the sharks circling the carcass here And I'll give you I'll give you some proof on that senator Jean shaheen why you would name your child a name that rhymes with the last name I don't know It's one of those things that just perplexes me about this particular senator Anyway senator Jeanne shaheen was asked about these leaked documents And what it shows about the Biden administration's incompetence at handling the Afghanistan withdrawal and this is what she said I do want to ask you about Afghanistan National Security Council this morning responding to an axios report on leaked documents that talk about discussions inside the situation room and what they call a lack of preparation over the withdrawal from Afghanistan telling our NBC's Carol Lee quote that leaked internal documents and cherry picked notes do not reflect the months of work that went into the withdrawal What is your reaction to this latest reporting And are you satisfied with what we have seen in the wake of the withdrawal Has there been enough attention on women and children Well I think no I think we need to do more to think about how we can support women and girls in Afghanistan And it's no secret that I was not supportive of the president's decision to withdraw and was uncomfortable with the way that was carried out But at this point what we need to do is find out what went wrong and what was done right about that evacuation What are the lessons that we can carry forward That's why a commission that has been sponsored by senator Duckworth and a number of other folks myself included is important to see if we can make sure that we don't make the same mistakes in the future And just to put a fine point on it do the leak documents that we've now all seen underscore your concerns about how the withdrawal was carried out Thank you So the concerns should be there And I think Democrats have a lot of concerns Hearing how incredibly unpopular this president is But they're not so They are the Democrats or nuts House Democrat has created her own vaccine mandate She will not I can't even say this to her face She won't meet with in person with her unvaccinated constituents So a member of Congress I remember the House representatives will not meet with her own constituents unless they are vaccinated This lunacy she could meet with them and be 6 feet away from them She can make them wear masks in her office but again this is about virtue signaling improving a point The party's nuts But outside of the crazies that run the place there are a couple of sane people left Joe Manchin is really one of them You know the Democrats are already thinking about how they can position themselves for power Don't dismiss the idea of Kamala Harris going on the Supreme Court I know it's a long shot I do I know it's a long shot but let me tell you something I am from New Jersey I have broadcast out of Philadelphia but I grew up in New Jersey I cut my teeth in New Jersey politics And we have a saying in New Jersey if you want to get rid of somebody you make them a judge You make them a judge and then they're gone Oh yeah because we have these people and they're honestly they're pains in the ass as they're assembly men they're senators and you want to get rid of these people But how do you do it They're not going to lose Well you elevate them Hey why don't you become a judge You know you make a $175,000 a year whatever it is you'll have a job for life That's how you get rid of them Now do I think that Joe Biden is going to appoint Kamala Harris in the Supreme Court I don't know I can't predict I think it's a possibility though Because then the get rid of her You get rid of her and then now you can appoint somebody else to be vice president They want her out of the way They do not want her taking over for Joe Biden If Biden is gone the last thing they want is Kamala Harris So I'm just saying I'm not saying it's going to happen but don't rule it out I for one would not be shocked if it happens It's the Jersey way It is the Jersey way Let's see here Let's go to Casey in Long Island New York Casey you're on the mark of in show Hey Rachel how's it going Going back a little bit I like the show as well The Yellowstone with Kevin costs and a great show Great That's great right Are you watching 1883 at the prequel No no no I haven't I haven't But I know we're at the end here I'll be very quick So everything that's happening in this country I know it gets there's a lot of branches to everything and to put things into perspective and very very simple for everyone Here's my view and there's an old saying that says small seeds grow big trees Well these are the seeds in my view You have this great American theft which is stemming back to the last presidential election And after that I mean all hell is broken loose basically What I also call the great American illusion which in my view 98% of Congress is really a one is really one party I don't really think we have a genuine Democrat and Republican Party anymore Regardless of what they say because at the end of the day their policies I.
"nsc" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion
"Listeners that may not be familiar with the NSC AI produced a report, the final report on the government's overall strategy and responses to the government's strategy on AI around especially around national security in all those various meanings. And for our listeners, we will provide a link to that report and are shown it. So you can read it. It's over 700 pages long. We've read it. It's worth reading. But we can provide a summary here. And the report provides a strategy to get the United States AI ready by 2025, which is coming up soon. So maybe for our listeners, what are some of the most important conclusions and recommendations and maybe some of the things that really bear worth pointing out to our listeners to call attention to? Yeah, one of the most common questions I get is why 2025. What's the urgency? The U.S. is kind of lead in AI research, you know, many of our companies are integrating it into everyday products and as you just described the U.S. government has already moving out many of the lanes of artificial intelligence. But because of the power of AI machine learning, affects so many different aspects of everyday life, not just here in the U.S., but around the world. It is a powerful amplifier. And they can amplify good things to become great things, but it also can be used in ways that can be very disruptive. And so the timetable quite frankly is not set by the United States. In some ways, being set by our competitors, nations around the world are working on AI and ML and they understand the importance, just like we understand that importance. And so when China says, you know, China made it in 2025. As a framework and back in 2016, when their country said, we need a national strategy in AI as a principal component of that strategy and rewind to the lead the world by 2030. Just saying it as a kind of a slogan political slogan or a rally cry. They are using a whole of nation approach. Now, some of that could be for lots of positive things for scientific research and application of new drugs and discovery environmental uses, but the concern is it's also being used in a way that are to support authoritarian kinds of countries. And practices. That we, on the westfield, it's not appropriate to be using these technologies for that reason. And so when you think about it, being prepared by 2025 means as a country, we have to get going today. And one of our conclusions is that if we allow things to continue on the current trajectory, the U.S. currently unprepared for this great power competition, particularly in AI. That's going to be laid out for the next two decades. And the consequences of losing that competition. And it's not so much a race..
"nsc" Discussed on Get Your G.O.A.T.
"The way they are plugging along in just getting better, week after week, especially some of the offensive performances they put on display. I know the jets, but 54 points. That's a lot to put on the jets. The browns put a 45 spot on them. They were able to withstand the sack Reaper himself miles Garrett, a game plan Bill Belichick, looking like a great head coach on that sideline. The kind of master evil minded guy that he is, looks like he is back in his element with a rookie quarterback that he can just groom and whip into shape. And I think the Patriots will win that game, I think the loss to Calvin Ridley is a huge one. Rely on sage and sharp. You've got pitch and also I don't believe cordell Patterson will be playing. It has an ankle injury. He's doubtful. So things don't look good for him. So that's another huge loss who they use in the receiving and Russian game kind of that all over the place type guy utility knife that is great for a falcons. He's out, this could be a long night before the Atlanta Falcons here. I like the New England Patriots. To win this game, at home. But then again, it's also Thursday night and Thursday night games just seemed to be so unpredictable. Last week you had the dolphins beating the ravens 22 to ten in a game really no one expected the dolphins to win so does Atlanta have a shot. Yeah, Atlanta has a shot. I'll give them a shot. But the Patriots to me are just a better team. I'm sticking with the Patriots. I don't think the Atlanta Falcons will pull a dolphins of last week and upset them, New England's a touchdown favorite. And for a good reason to me, they are the better team, I like New England in this game to get their 5th straight win. And then again, that Atlanta loss would also help out a lot of other NSC teams fighting for a spot there, you know, they lose that helps out the eagles, the Seahawks, the Vikings, all of them, adding another loss to ver a record. But yes, for a third time, I will say the Patriots are winning this game tomorrow night. Now week ten is officially in the books. It is over and done with who are my top 5 teams in the NFL at the moment. Number 5 Los Angeles Rams. And I'm going to tell you right now, this was very, very, very, very hard to put a number 5 team..
"nsc" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"Money dash sense as he NSC. Dot com. Um Markets set. Let's check back in on the markets there. They've really been flat all morning. And they are off of they were they were higher earlier. But now have been reduced to slightly negative. Now down 14 points S and P 500 down less than a point. And NASDAQ down about seven point commodity prices now all lower Including go down $22 to 18 11 and still trading in that trading range. But it's been there now for About seven months. And first you want to see it Tighten up. You want to see that range? Tighten up and then you want to see that range breakout one way or another. For your next clue on where the next move is going to be, but hadn't happened yet. And I think patients is really in order there on gold prices. I know A lot of people are interested in gold. We get a lot of questions about gold, but sometimes Sitting and waiting. Is the appropriate measure is the appropriate response. Okay. Um so We've got a market dads. Trading towards their highs. And we have, um, kind of a Goofy start to is September very soggy. Hurricane Ida. Wow. In last week's headlines also included. Supreme Court decisions arising from the lawsuit here in Texas. I'm sure you've heard about Certainly don't want to talk about that on the air. China. Stuff they're doing. The delta. Variant. And through all that. Markets just kind of yawned. And we even had a big payrolls missed on Friday. And the one thing you would have died. With the payrolls mess. Is that interest rates interest rates might have come down a little bit. But they didn't. They went up a little bit. And I think the reason was that is that payroll numbers the inflation On payrolls was higher. And in the meantime, you've got the Fed governors and and speakers. Sounding more hawkish than they ever have. And then you look at the charts on the S and P in the NASDAQ. The Dow And you've got breakouts but very unimpressive. Breakouts, very weak and timid, Low volume. Kind of sheepishly crossing across the break outlined And not really much from the small cap world. Large cap world, on the other hand, has been very impressive. And the large cap tech names in particular. Have been And and be impressed. So looking at that U. S indices, there's really not Whole ride. To be excited about it. If you want to say, Well, I'm going to go. Just go to those large cabinet instead of been moving. They're they're all at overbought territory. Which doesn't mean anything by itself. But when you get to extreme over by It usually means flatters forward returns. I'm going to get back. Into the internals in the market in a little bit. But I wanted to talk about a piece I found kind of interesting. For a couple of reasons. About some warning signs. That may be similar to 1929. 1999 In 2000 and seven Um, supply chain problems. And The coronavirus in its variance. Do have people some people worried about Stag inflation. But There is one analyst out there. Comparing Certain things in these markets. 1999 2000 and seven 1929 They had to be clear. He's not saying we're going to see a big bear market like those But does think that there is an inevitable corrections. Maybe a deep correction. That's more likely than most of Wall Street expects. Now, Mike Wilson. Is also saying correction, but his is in the neighborhood of 10%. I'll give you my thoughts. After I go through this laundry list. The first one comparison he has is to 2000. That we're at 22 a half times forward earnings. And the price to sales ratio is 3.1. Times that's far more expensive than it was even in 2000. When we had a bunch of Dot com companies. It really didn't have revenue streams yet, so that's a little scary. I agree with that. And the NASDAQ that keeps you cue the NASDAQ 100. Is trading at a 70% premium. Two. It's 200 week moving average. The biggest since 1999 to 2000. I think those are all worthy points. I'm not going to quibble with him. I think these are points. That should give us part. Number two Blank check companies. These these are special purpose acquisition companies where investors have no idea of what the investment will be. They raised the money. Through these investment vehicles. And then they buy. What they're going to buy. And then they tell you what they buy. So you're buying, really? A big and a poke. But some have worked out. Well, others haven't Lately. Most of them had not been working out that well. Yeah. And the last time specs were as big as they are today. 1928 1929. Now. Is this a coincidence? Or is this some sort of a tell tale signs signed? Time will tell. Finally we have leverage highs. Similar to 19 22,000 margin. Dennis shot to new highs. Which is fine until it starts backing off, as Mark Boucher has pointed out. Oftentimes. These things, pig. Turn down and then you start to start to see the market turned down. Afterwards..
"nsc" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Him. He's with us. Thank you, Mr President and listen to this lady. When she tells you the deep state Israel and creates an amazing movie out of Lee Smith's book of a plot against the president, we are showing you can I say we I'm in the movie. I'm going to say we we are showing it in the swamp next week, Wednesday evening, you've got to come and see it for a good cause for our former Trump Administration colleague Rich Higgins very sick after complications from code. With his family for Children. His wife needs support. So check it out. Go to eventbrite Look for plot against the President. P 80 p Movie D. C. You'll find it there or just go to Amanda Ministers Twitter account because she's public now at a Manta Milius Amanda, let me share a story with you and see if it resonates so This is how I got to know that the deep state is a real thing. So I'm not a member of the NSC. But because of the clearances and the job I had, I'd get all the invites to the NSC. Until McMaster pulled me off the list. Okay, First thing, the national advisory movement from this is that the same day he pulled Bannon out and all of that, because it was actually actually before Steve, I think that you should be proud of you were actually the top of the listed as soon as McMaster came in. He's like I've got to get rid of like he's five guys. I can tell you stories about master so I'd go to the NSC meetings. This is the highest level policy making meetings in America. I mean, you know you can have the principles, but they Rarely meet the Cabinet members. This is the NSC beneath principles and I'm there as you know, deputy assistant to the president and I wouldn't go to all of them because I had a job. So I go to the ones on Isis on China on Russia. This stuff I really cared about information operations against our enemy stuff like that. And, um After about going to 10 of them. I saw this pattern. Advice was so weird because you're in the sit room. The situation room. It's a civet is a secure video teleconference facility and you've got the senior directors in the room. You've got the C A. D I A. Whatever out station is on the secure video screens and we're talking about defeat Isis or China Policy or what have you Let's sit there for an hour every time and nobody mentions the president. No dimensions. What he said about the given issue yesterday. Know what he said in his campaign promises or at the state of the union. And then I decided after about six of these absurd meetings of bureaucrats extensively that after an hour I just raised my hand and there's me the guy with the action say, Ladies and gentlemen, can I remind you what the president said? Yes. Today about destroying the caliphate when he was in Warsaw. Can I remind you what the president said about Russia's threat to Europe? And it's like who do these people think they are? They just think that they don't matter. And the will of the people and who they elected is irrelevant. Amanda No, it's the exact same thing that I saw the best line that I got is when I got into it with somebody because I was like, Well, you I was trying to speak bureaucrat and I was like, Okay, fine. Like I got it. You need orders to come from the exact The person that you report to, and I got to play the little math game and the whole thing. I was like we did that. Why are you doing this? Why are you not following this chain of command that you so worship, and they were like, Well, I don't work for the secretary. I don't work for the president. I work for the State Department. And I was like, What is this? Hang on. Hang on some days. Yes, they fully said that in all work totally earnestly. And and I was like, What do you think This is like a sovereign state. That's just on these, like six city blocks like you think that this is like its own nation, and it's determined By the will of like bureaucrat X. It was the craziest thing and I was like the fact that they even were willing because usually they pretend to kiss the Behind of the secretary, um, in in in phrase, But you know, they don't. Um, And it was just amazing because they were just out with it. I mean, this stuff happened all the time. I mean, you know that it was Like I said, the one that really pissed me off for the fact that there was political appointees that did the same thing that they thought their job was to clean up after the embarrassment of the of the campaign promises or that the things the president said they didn't They hated when when we would do things. I did what you did when I would go to those meetings as well where I'd be like, really Well, Actually, the campaign promise was this. And the president said this about this thing and they would just roll their eyes and they'd be like, Oh, God, we got the Maga girl in here again, like Who gave her the clearance to come in here. It's true. That was probably a mistake. But I just thought of something we're going to have on our website Maga Girl T shirt, it am I am I wrong? Am I wrong? Eric? Am I wrong? Not wrong at all. Dad. Am I running? Am I wrong? That's the That's the Big Lebowski line there. That's that's the other timeline. I answer The question that some back and forth on it. I'm back at my good girl. I got to see the designs. I got to see the design. Thank you. Fire with it together is.
NFL owners approve 17-game regular season, 3 preseason games
"A 17 game to the NFL schedule is Official. The 40 Niners will play at the Bangles. The FC will get the extra home game this year. And next year, the NSC and etcetera, etcetera, etcetera. Not that it was unforeseen. But what do you think, anyway? We kind of knew it was the owners vote. I assume it was 32. Nothing unless Mike Brown abstained. I don't know how that guy ever had any Children. Maybe it was 31 old and one. I don't know. But he held Davis as well. That's why I only had one child. He abstained all the league votes. So we knew it was going to be the Bangles. So the 40 Niners this year will play the NFC North. So the Packers and Vikings air coming to Levi's in the 40 Niners are going to Chicago and Detroit. Eagles because of the common record will be the other. NFC team as well. That will be on the away schedule and they're planning a F C South, which means a trip to actually land is coming to us. Indianapolis's coming To us. And then on what else is happening there? Uh, Houston is coming to us as well. Um and then on the road, it's Tennessee and Jacksonville. And the 17th game is gonna be pretty kidney. Obviously, the three within your own division home in a way, like every year. We knew it was gonna be the Bangles and the way it works this year, they're just lining up. Conferences. So the A F C East is playing the NFC East E A. F. C North is playing the NFC West, and that's the 40 Niners and Bangles. They have C south, playing the NFC South E A. S E West is playing the NFC North. And I'm gonna go back and forth on which conference gets the extra home game, and this year it'll be the FC.
US Officials To Hold Talks in Mexico & Guatemala on Migration
"Migrants coming to the U. S border. Thousands of unaccompanied teens and Children in U. S custody, some held in jail like facilities. More likely on the way. This is the urgent situation facing President Biden at the border today and an echo of the one he faced as vice president back in 2014. His approach so far is similar focus on the root causes. Today, he sent three top officials to Mexico and Guatemala to discuss how to manage the increasing numbers of people trying to reach the U. S. Joining us to talk more about this is Franco or join us and Przybyl, White House correspondent and Franco first tell us just the basics of this trip to Mexico. Well, I think this is a trip that really shows how urgent the situation really is. Most of the migrants to the U. S border are from three Central American countries. Mexico had been working with the former administration to keep them from making that journey through Mexico, but that largely stopped. Biden is now sending two top officials from the National Security Council and another from the state Department to the region. Roberta Jacobson. She will be leading talks with Mexico's foreign secretary, Marcello Abroad and other top Mexican officials. She was actually an ambassador to Mexico during the Obama administration, and she'll be joined by one Gonzales, the NSC senior director for the region. Now they'll be talking about how to manage the situation and also be exploring a joint development strategy for Mexico and the Northern Triangle countries, you know, trying to work together to address the root causes of migration. Let's take one example. Guatemala What's on the agenda there? Welcome. Salas, again from the NSC and Ricardo Zuniga from the State Department will travel to Guatemala to meet with president they part of the President Alejandro Giammetti and his foreign minister, Pedro Barolo, and other economic and security officials. They will also meet with representatives from the private sector and civil society groups. You know, the big picture here is that President Biden feels that security and prosperity in Central America Are closely linked to security and prosperity in the United States. Give us some context here in terms of how Biden waiting when he was vice president, and maybe what he's doing differently this time around as president. Well, his vice president, Biden led a similar effort to Rio to address the root causes of migration. It was called the Alliance for Prosperity, and it provided a billion dollars to help police training, judicial reform and and corruption. This time around. He wants to offer $4 billion. Now I talked to Andrew Seeley about this. He's the president of the Migration Policy Institute. He said Biden is finding out the hard reality about this challenge that faces all presidents. And that it's not easy. The border is to immigration politics with the Middle East is to foreign policy. You know, every president comes in determined to do something focus on a different part of immigration. And ends up sucked into the border in some way. Frankly, Biden now owns this issue and the political fall out in a way that he didn't when he was just the vice president and one big difference in his approach this time is that the administration is going to be a bit more clear eyed about the realities of corruption at the highest level of these governments and Central America. The administration says they will on Lee give the money to community and international organizations. How has the Biden administration responded to criticism from Republicans who are claiming that Biden triggered this influx of migrants by reversing some of the restrictive immigrant immigration policies? Of President Trump's, You know, it's been a difficult thing to answer. On the one hand, the bind Administration says Look, we're going to have a more humane policy and going to rebuild the asylum system, which was largely dismantled by the former administration. On the other hand, they're saying Don't come now. And there's a sense that that message is a little bit muddied. The White House insists they've been clear they point to the thousands of radio ads and targeted social media ads in the region that they say have reached millions of people. But the numbers of people coming to the border are still high. And while the administration says that most people are turned away Children or not, and some families are not as well. And will Biden visit the board? Well, he said yesterday that heals go at some point, but there's no sense that that will happen in the near future. That's NPR.
"nsc" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"R. A scandal in the NSC atrocities Convince you you need a watchdog on Washington with insider sources. You need Hannity every day. Glad you're with us, 25 to the top of the hour. 809 41, Shawn, You want to be a part of the program? Everybody I know is fascinated by what has been happening on on Wall Street. And you know, for example, stocks like game stops, stock and and Blackberry stock. And what is an AMC stock? All these different companies? There are $5 a share and then they're explode. I think Gamestop got upto like border and $80 a share. Now it's among their among a handful off. Previously. Wow. Unloved companies. Maybe you could put it that way is the New York Post Put it today. Prices air fuel. Now you've got these big hedge funds and the big hedge funds they charge for every trade If you buy or you sell this, there's commissions associated with those trades. But there are other places where people trade Read, it would be one of them. And so what? They have figured out there's a process on Wall Street, and I'll let Steve Moore explain it more detail and more articulately than I can, where it's part of the process on Wall Street, where the shortest stock and that is that they're going to predict and bet that the stock is going to go to a low price anyway Long story short to do that, you actually borrow somebody's real stock, and they get a piece of the action so that you can then short it and then at some point If, in fact it goes down. You get the difference in the price and the other words, you're betting on it going down big big practice on Wall Street, especially used by the hedge funds anyway, so these independent small guys Got hip to what has been going on in the millions of millions of dollars being made by these big hedge funds Billions actually, and they figured out that they were actually Shorting stocks that weren't even like phantom numbers. They're like, for example, they were shorting well beyond 100% of all the stocks that were ever even available in some cases, 140% And the idea is is when the call comes for these big hedge funds that had shorted the stocks because the little guys have banded together. And coordinated an attack against them. It all backfires and they've got to cover. They've gotta cover massive amounts of money that they never thought would happen. It's pretty fascinating, anyway. Um, my buddy Charles pain over the fox business. Channel exploded on what's going on and the whining that's going on over Wall Street. It's just to me it's pure entertainment. I'm not a wall Street guy. I've said this so many times over the years to me. I think we the little guy the investors. You know what? We're the ones that find out last And when we get in usually the ship of cells and we end up getting screwed on both sides. Anyway, Here's what Charles paints it. I've got the report in my hands and I sent out to my subscribers. And here's the list. The shorts. First of all, all of this nonsense, all of this noise, all of this wanting by Wall Street. It's making me sick. 140% of Gamestop was short. I've been here one person on TV, complaining about Wall Street trying to crush Gamestop 140% short. I told my subscribers by the stock and they made a fortune. Also talking about birds and spaces. Let's virgin. We took profits on that today. Fizz that's up huge Tanja Asses up huge Neil. You can't allow Wall Street too short 75% of the stock and nobody says anything, crushed these companies into the dirt. And then when the individual investor makes money, everyone's up in arms. They're gonna lose their shirt. Don't you think people are trading of the traded 80 billion shares? Today? People are ringing the register. I have a kid who bought a house. He had his. He made $50,000 and bought a house. So, yes, some people gonna lose this summer Gonna win. But if you want to, they want to change the rules of the game now because the general public is making money after decades of the shorts, crushing thousands of stocks into the dirt. I watch stocks being crushed completely to zero, and no one ever went, whispered anything because those stocks and have Wall Street sponsorship They were small names. Maybe they went public to reverse Take over. Whatever it was those sorts of had their way with the market for decades. No one's ever complained about it. So I am thrilled if you were going to try to destroy company by shorting 140% of its stock. You have to accept the fact that individual investors are playing the same game that you're playing, and now you're losing. All right. That was our friend Charles Payne. And obviously very passionate about this. Steve Moore joins us economists well throw of the bestseller Trump a nomics inside the America first plan to revive our economy and look, he knows a lot about this. He calls it a David versus Goliath moment. I'm not going to explain it as good as you but maybe I'll let you do it in your terms and in ways hopefully all of us can get Hi, Sean. And by the way, I love what Charles had to say my good friend Charles Payne, and he was right. He was a great call he made for his investors in buying these stocks. Game. Stop it very low price and boy, those investors have met a lot of money, and I love the story for a couple reasons..
"nsc" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
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"nsc" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
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Biden to nominate Tony Blinken as secretary of state
"Elect Joe Biden is building out his national security team, naming a woman to head the intelligence community for the first time and tapping a close confidante as secretary of state. More from NPR's Michele Kelemen. Biden calls his team experienced and crisis tested. He's naming his longtime adviser, Tony Blinken, as secretary of state and tapping veteran diplomat Linda Thomas Greenfield to another Cabinet, post U S ambassador to the U. N. If confirmed, Alejandro, my Orcas will be the first Latino to run the Department of Homeland Security. And every Haynes will be the first woman disservice. Director of National Intelligence Biden will have one of the youngest national security Advisors Jake Sullivan, and he's created a new cabinet level position within the NSC to combat climate change that will be former Secretary of State John Kerry.
Declassified Susan Rice email shows Obama team discussed Russian dealings
"Well on the occasion last week of the first tranche of the classifications by acting deny Richard Grinnell that provided some detail on all of the unmasking requests that were made by all of the various Obama administration personnel as it pertains to Michael Flynn and perhaps others Ron Johnson and Chuck Grassley the two centers in Wisconsin and Iowa respectively want more details more a documents declassified because they have more concern that perhaps the surveillance that was being conducted by Obama administration officials predates operation crossfire hurricane on that occasion last week John Brennan former CIA director took to his safe space and M. S. N. B. C. and had this reaction this is also going out and saying give me everything about Michael Flynn absolutely not and quite interestingly the number of reports so we're in December sixteen and January seventeen that were declassified by Richard Grinnell I was surprised at how many dates and reports that were there then what was the ground should do is to declassify and release the contents of those reports in terms of what's the individuals were involved with but what he's doing now is just releasing the names of individuals who again were carrying out their authorized responsibilities shin director Brennan he's getting there yesterday to classifying a email from Susan rice that seems to run counter to things Susan rice was saying in public from a national security perspective president Obama said he wants to be sure that as we engage with the incoming team are mindful to ascertain if there is any reason we cannot share information fully as it relates to Russia rice wrote call me said he does have some concerns that incoming NSA Flanaess speaking frequently with Russian ambassador Kislyak Comey said that could be an issue as it relates to sharing sensitive information president Obama asked of Comey was saying the NSC should not pass sensitive information related to Russia to flan Comey replied potentially adding that there's no indication thus far that Flynn has passed classified information to kids they act but he noted the level of communication is unusual potentially we should not pass sense of information to the incoming president incoming national security adviser is that properly or or fairly Radisson body trying to insinuate his way into a counterintelligence operation against general Flynn well that's what Susan rice memorialized in an email here's Susan rice back on March twenty second of twenty seventeen just a couple months into the trump administration in a sit down on PBS with Judy Woodruff what she had to say about what she knew do you know anything about this I know nothing about this I was surprised to see reports from chairman Nunes on that count today fresh off her performance in the Benghazi a misdirection cover up however you want to describe it we get this from Susan rice I really don't know what to what chairman Nunez was referring but he said that whatever he was referring to was a legal lawful surveillance and that it was potentially incidental collection on American citizens and I think it's important for people to understand what incidental means that means that the target was a either a foreign entity D. or somebody under criminal investigation and that the Americans who were talking to those targets may have been picked up well Devin newness has since revised and extended his remarks so perhaps is in rice would like to do the same for more on this we're pleased to be joined by Fred flights he's a former CIA analyst now president CEO at center for security policy former Deputy Assistant to the president into the chief of staff of the National Security Council thanks for joining us again forget it good to be here about what Susan rice said in twenty seventeen verses what Susan rice memorialized about this January fifth twenty seventeen meeting well wishers lined clearly she knew that there was electronic surveillance of general Flynn what this comes down to what is the intention of B. bomber stretching from the top from president Obama not to honor the very important principle of our democracy and that's called the peaceful transfer of power under that principle the outgoing administration cooperates fully with the incumbent won eight daughters the the will of the people turned over the keys to the officers tells all about farm policy mission underway gives them all the intelligence operations and intelligence they collected they don't withhold information from the incoming president and Tucker offices to use this information to investigate the next administration to undermine it it's really very serious violation of our whole system of government if they had concerns about general Flynn they had to tell the next administration about it cook told president trump and vice president pence and call me if needed later said he was held information twelve Attorney General sessions about Russia also this is an effort by an outgoing administration to undermine and destroy any incoming
Trump defends decision to shutter NSC pandemic office
"President trump staged a pageant in the Rose Garden and apparently successful attempt to pump up the stock market while he also lied about where things stand. Nancy Pelosi House Speaker hammered out a deal with treasury secretary. Steve mnuchin on a corona virus aid package that includes among other things free testing and paid. Emergency leave this afternoon. The president paraded out to inform. Americans takes no responsibility for the manifest documented repeated failures in the federal government. Slow response to deal with and prepare for the worst global pandemic in probably one hundred years Dr Fouled. She said earlier this week that the lag intesting was in fact a failing. Do you take responsibility for that. No I don't take responsibility at all because we were given a a a set of circumstances and we were given rules regulations and specifications from a different time. You said that you don't take responsibility. But you did disband. The White House pandemic office and officials that were working in that office left this administration abruptly. So what responsibility do you take to that? And the officials that worked in that office said that you that the White House lost valuable time because that office was disbanded. What do you make of that? Well I just think it's a nasty question because what we've done is And Tony had said numerous times that we've saved thousands of lives because of the quick closing. And when you say me I didn't do it point of fact he did do it. His White House did it. Trump also to set of probably necessary measures to cut regulatory obstacles to get up to capacity but as of today the. Us still has only eighteen. Thousand people total. Now that's quite a bit up almost doubled from where we were last night but we are still way way way behind almost every other comparable nation that regard
Trump fires key impeachment witnesses Sondland, Lt. Col. Vindman in purge
"Yesterday security officers escorted lieutenant colonel Alexander women out of the White House his twin brother also won the national security staff was escorted out at the same time and then it was turned for Gordon Sunland no escort for him though ambassador Sunland issued a statement thanking the president for the opportunity to serve as US ambassador to the European Union both in minutes Tomlin provided damaging testimony about the president's pressure campaign on Ukraine last fall during the house impeachment enquiring and after their dismissals many people wonder who might be next we're joined now by amperes Whitehouse correspondent Franco Oregonians Franco thanks so much for being with us thank you remind us about the testimony how damaging well women oversaw American policy toward Ukraine on the National Security Council he actually listened in on president trump's July twenty fifth call with Ukraine president Vladimir is a Lansky he testified that he had no doubt that trump was demanding that Ukraine investigate former vice president Joe Biden in return for an oval office visit he also said that relations between the United States and Ukraine were damaged as a result and he struck quite a figure on television testifying being there in his dress uniform you know I do want to note that both then man and his brother were moved back to the army and ambassador some well son one was one of the quote three Amigos who worked with Rudy Giuliani the president's lawyer on Ukraine policy they worked outside the normal foreign policy channels was there a quid pro quo as I testified previously with regard to the requested White House call in the White House meeting the answer is yes he famously also said that everyone was in the loop but his comments were also used by Republicans to defend trump Sunland said at one point that trump told him that he wanted nothing from Ukraine and no quid pro quo Franco is is retaliation or the president making as is his right personnel changes well you know we saw president trump celebrating his acquittal this week he was clearly angry and even spoke about van man and his brother with disdain you know his press secretary Stephanie Grisham said people should be held accountable for doing things that hurt this country and the president I asked John Gans about this he wrote a book on the NSC called White House warriors he said it's clear trump knew people were watching had he done this last week it could have been held against him but now feels unleashed by the acquittal in one of these three people gone service was repressed so that is something that they all knew going into these jobs but it is still shocking to see sort of personal animus of personal retribution plaque out and the peers to be with these three public servants it's not a surprise that democratic leaders like house speaker Nancy Pelosi and senator Chuck Schumer our outrage they are calling this shameful and they're calling trump weak and Frank are there are other career civil servants who testified in the inquire re do they still have their jobs well there have been a flood of people who have already left they include US ambassadors who worked in Ukraine such as Maria von of H. and William Taylor but there are still seven career officials who are still in their jobs my colleagues and I we reached out to their attorneys last night and to this moment there are no changes to report
Bolton Was Concerned That Trump Did Favors for Autocratic Leaders, Book Says
"To questions you surprise that a investor Bolton was writing a book about his time in the trump administration and beat it was ready to go while the president was still in office I wasn't surprised that a basketball was writing a book on his experiences working for president trump we had a very interesting take here thank you very productive as national security adviser I was surprised that he was planning on a show in the book before the twenty twenty presidential election and as you know I wrote about that that was published in function pinning yesterday that said there's a there's a principle that former secretary of defense Bob gates established he resigned in twenty eleven but he didn't put his book out so early twenty fourteen because he didn't want his knowledge of the above the stretch to affect the outcome twenty twenty twenty twelve presidential election I think that the president of basketball just follow are you what about the leak here I mean do you I know you've reference and you think of John Bolton as a man of integrity but do you believe that he would leak this center underhanded way or facilitate a week of this nature out now he would he would never do that and I I think that he this team may have made an error in sending a a Agnes growth this sensitive to leak hello National Security Council in the middle of the teacher process he came out yesterday that the NSC made multiple paper copies that were circulating around the building I'm afraid there was simply probably too much of a temptation by someone in the NSC two two weeks this to the media I I I don't think we should have a search right at all this election but if it had to be circulated should that circulated the clearance during the impeachment process yeah I saw with Alexander Veneman's brother is supposedly responsible for some of these affix reviews which is seems like a conflict of interest to begin with but why is the National Security Council such a disaster why is it known as being weak problem well I I work with you getting than than what I was at the end I see I I thought he was a very fine attorney and I don't like people trying it for around the allegation he may have leaked this there's no evidence of that aha the NSC is part of a process prior for pre publication review publications like this when you go to the S. you make an agreement that that we got it was sent to the embassy for security clearance but it seems to me that rules are sure to follow to make sure this is handled very carefully were not followed and that's probably where we came from has the New York times seen the manuscript have they read the manuscript or is what date published based on a source that's a good point The New York Times ran a story based on anonymous sources without seeing the manuscript so could be that all the allegations of what Paul supposedly said the book of the New York times are not exactly accurate yeah yeah I mean this is more than secondhand information and so I think there there is a real problem here this has happened before when it is our cases like this is something a conservative said in the end up being not true are greatly exaggerated you give would not be the first time that the New York Times has published something based on an anonymous source and then had to go back and retract it because they were wrong and I think this is very dangerous this is a very dangerous precedent that we're going we're going to bring information into an impeachment trial based on court in court and anonymous source that leaked to The New York Times it's a seems to be I don't know little a little crazy and I I don't like that the Republicans are even giving any credence to this making giving any credibility to this anonymous source I think it's very dangerous to great I I I think that's right it seems like there's a different standard of proof for stories that her conservatives and stories that hurt levels the grade if this was a story against a democratic president I doubt that their ties with the land that they would have demanded to see the manuscript and confirm these allegations can I ask I sing some reporting this morning in The Washington Post that Bolton is believed according to some anonymous official too often go home at night and write extensively about his experience during the day with the president and the president had expressed concern about his copious note taking including during meetings as well what was your experiencing experience with that well how did our resources noticeably falling home followed him home and watching them right I we're what we're is that come from like he's a smart guy with an incredible memory I I I I I saw that allegation of those Sir givers and then on this issue of there's a New York times report also out loud overnight last night indicating that John Bolton had privately told bill bar that he had concerns that trump was granting personal favors to the autocratic leaders of Turkey and China these are the newest allegations added this manuscript that John Bolton thought that he was doing something on toward a concern about that is that your experience as well my experience is well I I find that the highly unlikely thing to have happened at eight eight eight it looks like there may have been some policy difference between the president and the basketball but I think they had a falling out that's why you left the White House yes that particular allegation I I I find unlikely that that's true additionally at this idea that their policy differences deed is that do you think that's animating the activities of John Bolton at this moment I'm sorry it's their policy differences you you pointed out that they have well established policy differences including over things like Afghanistan and negotiating with the Taliban things like this do you think that's animating John Paul's behavior now I think there were a number of differences that outlook there's going to be times when the presidential adviser has a falling out with the president where they're just not getting along the had major differences of opinion and when that happens is appropriate and and typical for the the advise you to move on yeah you know a basketball has written a book I think use right now principal I'm just calling for him to respect it I think a fairly well established principle that a senior adviser to president should hold off put memoirs like this while president is in office were least hold off until after the next presidential election absolutely Fred flights thank you so much for joining us really appreciate your time and your insight
White House impeachment team weighs in on Bolton claims
"In the house impeachment inquiry was beginning the White House claimed it wasn't fair and White House attorney said they would not be cooperating with the impeachment process house judiciary chairman Jerry Nadler had said if the president's team wouldn't participate they couldn't claim the process was unfair then things stop house speaker Nancy Pelosi was holding the articles of impeachment saying the house was waiting to hear about the rules of the Senate trial president trump said let's move this along this is Renee a total sham from the beginning everybody knows it I've never seen in the Republican Party so United we got our last about as you know we got a hundred percent of the vote I believe the Senate is equally as well United now the Senate trial has begun discussions over what is fair still loom Republicans say an offer to let the president's team participating committee presentations of evidence came too late Democrats and the White House is blocking documents in preventing key witnesses from testifying Monday the president tweeted that the house never even asked former national security adviser John Bolton to testify but they didn't they didn't issue a subpoena like they did the Boltons aids trials government government filed a lawsuit to force the question should I listen to the president stay quiet or complied with the subpoena the judge dismissed the suit though when the house withdrew the request and moved forward with formal articles of impeachment so the question has been answered Bolton has since said he would testify in the Senate trial if the peanut Democrats do want to call more witnesses before the Senate Republicans say they should have done that during the house inquiry now though Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer notes there's new information Mister Bolton's book is further evidence that a large number of people for a quote in the loop on this scheme and now they are all covering up part of Bolton's book many script leaked over the weekend after it had been sent to the National Security Council for classified information vetting he says the president quote wanted to continue freezing security assistance to Ukraine until officials there helped with investigations into Democrats including the bidens I'm sorry about the timing AT standard is an associate editor and columnist at real clear politics because everyone was assuming we're speeding toward a conclusion here of the trial at the end of this week without witnesses but in terms of how long it is that the manuscript has been at the administration whether GM but the National Security Council or both and we know or dare and also distributed to a wider circle of top political people as has been the case with books like this in the past was it always the case that Bolton sort of you know hovered over this defense from the president's team and threaten to weaken it yes it was always the case that we knew he had information the investigation and the impeachment in the house had not yet revealed and it was likely to run counter to what the president's lawyers for saying schools in the tourney said that this clearly is a corruption of the NSC review process and Democrats say you know this surely should serve more as a catalyst to to actually hear from witnesses specifically Bolton when you look at sort of the the broad strokes in the big picture of what everyone saying regardless of any motivation does its way things doesn't change anything well it is a first hand hand the cal and in a way that contradicts the the defense that began over the weekend of of the of the president where lawyers came out on Saturday and said there is no evidence anywhere that this was a a quid pro quo on and that the president intended it to be that withholding of security eight so I think the senators on the Republican side are angry not because they think the John Bolton was squarely in the release of his timing and you know perhaps it's connected to his creed overbooked fails but that the White House might have known since December thirtieth that this is an incredibly damaging development and would poke holes in their defense and would make the argument for witnesses had this information been known earlier I I actually saw some defense from some Republican senators of John Bolton many of them are very close to him they believe his truth teller and that he wouldn't be lying in this book do you foresee a court fight I mean I know the court site really only happens if four Republican senators say yes to witnesses so we have to get there first we think that's gonna happen if John Bolton isn't just going to go on sixty minutes or something I mean I I just don't know just on anyways right he's decided in the eleventh hour that his reputation could be tarnished by the fact that he was holding out but now they're rushing the book to publication and body wants to be a patriot and he didn't wanna look redeem he's clearly conflicted so I don't know what exactly his line of thinking as but he has made it clear to us all along he intends to tell us something that we don't yet know and so if he foresees a court battle does he go into an open media setting I know that nothing can stop the house from trying to subpoena him and he could say yes to a subpoena I don't know but the Senate trial if that's gonna get gummed up this building just sit down in interview that that's I think a big alone looming question here now that he has that publication date since Fulton's many scriptures leak Republican senators who previously expressed interest in possibly hearing from witnesses have said this does strengthen the argument Utah senator Mitt Romney said he thinks it is increasingly likely that other Republicans will join those of them who think they should hear from John Bolton Maine senator Susan Collins said the reporting on Fulton strengthens the case for witnesses it would take a least for Republicans joining Democrats in order for witnesses to be called so wise and Berg is former deputy independent counsel in the whitewater investigation it authorizes the calling of witnesses I would have to believe that Bolton would be one of them the real question is what happens after that do the president's lawyers make a motion in the trial to exclude the testimony under executive privilege and if they do what happened to that one I think most of us are curious about the reach of executive privilege and a lot of articles have been written over the weekend like trying to expound on what seems like untested waters to a certain degree we we don't really know how far executive privilege will will apply do we certainly not in the context of impeachment I don't believe there's any precedent certainly not in the federal appellate precedent gusting executive privilege in the context of an impeachment inquiry or an impeachment trial I should say so we're really operating without without a guide book I will say that if you look at history and particularly the accounting period and the and the first few administrations and congresses after the founding period there is some historical support for the notion that it might not executive privilege might not apply at all in the context of an impeachment trial the first is the very first time a president withheld information didn't called executive privilege then but the very first time I believe that a president withheld information from Congress was when I was in a Washington with held certain papers related to the negotiations of the Jay treaty which was very unpopular and he was asked for old papers and he gave the great majority of them but he did not give over certain papers that he felt were too sensitive and he said at the time this would be different if if we were talking about an impeachment inquiry so I think there is certainly a credible argument that executive privilege either would not apply or would be the standards would be much more difficult for successfully invoking executive privilege in the context of an impeachment inquiry or trial school in your legal mind how does not proceed does it depend on if you have a cooperating witness first is not of just how does the justice department pursue a case against somebody who says you know I'm I'm going to ignore your your invocation of executive privilege and I'm going to go ahead and testify or does it work in the reverse if you say to Congress no I'm going to resist your subpoena who's sort of the authority that that will make that determination ambassador Bolton has already said that if subpoenaed he will testify so I think how it would proceed would be the president's lawyers in the impeachment trial if that happened the boat Mississippi that need to testify will make a motion to the she just this thing the president invokes executive privilege and we we do not agree that this man to justice robbers can do one of two things he can make that determination himself number one do even apply a secular privilege here number two if I'm going to apply it how do we waive the interests of the president versus the interest of the Senate and conducting an impeachment trial now this is David keep justice Roberts says I'm gonna let you invoke executive privilege that would be the easiest for the the majority I think in the Senate because they would have to overturn him by majority vote to overrule but let's say the rules you know what executive privilege simply doesn't apply here it's not very strong here and by the way we do I think the president's already waived whatever in is an interesting situation because we can certainly be overruled but I think we have to think about what you're gonna look like at the two cases in the United States has ruled that Fulton have testified even in the face of an invocation of executive privilege by the president but we're gonna overrule the Chief Justice is what you're saying hold truth the reverse occurs in other words if somebody is resistant unlike Bolton to appearing maybe Samick Mulvaney or a secretary Pompeii or somebody like that and Congress you know the senators say you know excuse me you can't ignore our subpoena is due to the senators then take this to court or petition justice Roberts in much the same way that you you save what happens if the White House felt they were trying to get something through well that would certainly let's say the the the Senate subpoenas and Mulvaney to go into court he could he could make his argument first in front of the net at sitting as a court either thing could happen I don't think it would be bold enough to reassert this the notion of absolute immunity again because it is it is the
2 key witnesses to testify in impeachment hearings Thursday
"House Democrats will wrap up their second week of public impeachment hearings today with testimony from two more key witnesses and peers Frank or don't yes reports they include the U. S. official who overheard president trump asking about investigations David Holmes and Fionna Heller to central witnesses with inside knowledge of the white house's dealing with Ukraine hill a former National Security Council is expected to tell lawmakers about her concerns of efforts to pressure Ukraine as well as those of her boss former national security adviser John Paul hill said Bolton lake in the pressure campaign to a drug deal and urged her to brief NSC lawyers homes a state department official in Ukraine is expected to shed more light on a telephone call he over heard between trump and Gordon Sunland the US ambassador to the European Union home says someone told him trump cares more about investigating former vice president Joe Biden then
Impeachment inquiry: Trump says he'll "strongly consider" submitting testimony
"Than that our top story on a windows news new we got round to win the series of public hearings in the house democratic peach been increased set to start tomorrow yeah that's right gene three days eight witnesses set to testify in among them scheduled for Wednesday as US ambassador to the E. U. garden song one reporter Terry Moran tells the song one is the one who had the most direct contact with president trump during the described pressure campaign on Ukraine in testimony released this weekend former NSC staff member Tim Morrison puts on one right at the center of the alleged effort to pressure Ukraine to investigate the president's political rivals including Joe Biden using nearly four hundred million dollars in military aid as leverage Morrison testified behind closed doors that trump and Sandra spoke approximately five times on the phone while that vital military aid was on hold president trump tweeted that he did nothing wrong and that he will strongly consider submitting written testimony to quote get Congress focused