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Find the Helpers with Fred Guttenberg
"Hi My friend Fred I love you so much. Can you start please by reminding listeners of your story briefly tell us about who you were before Jamie was murdered and who you've become after. Was Murdered? It was just nothing more than your. Typical Dan of two kids to teach kids as a husband. Suburban lifestyle now. This week, that's the lifestyle community that was known to be super. And secure I also was rubber at a son. Who's going through the loss of mine? Her brother Michael From cancer related to service and. He died in October two, thousand seventeen. I want to thank Mr Collins Mr Naylor putting this together. But as I sit her today, I can't help but think. What an incredible metaphor. This room is. For the entire process. That getting healthcare and benefits for nine eleven. First responders has come to. ME. A filled room. Of nine eleven first responders. And in front of me. A, nearly empty congress. So, my wife took A. Forty. Two, thousand, eighteen. Months after my family's call to the loss of micro and as a family, we've never been through anything wiped out before this kind of significant loss we were fortunate. We just all were managing to live our lives and my brother's loss was the first. My parents had outlived their son and that's the worst thing that happened to her family. Right. It should have been the most overwhelming family ever experienced except four months. Later, my daughter was hard because I sent her to school I to school at fourteen to learn to be safe to laugh to be excited about coming home on Valentine's Day for the plan. I had set for life family and didn't work out that way shooter came into school at day my slide Jesse. Thank God I still get to. But J visitor cemetery and. As only, this kind of thing had harrison was the outlet. Grandparents should alain grandchildren. It. Stops inning for me and really understood the gravity of what happened. I went into this whole new life. I don't have the same life I had before and my wife actually became depended upon me. But upon the amazing people who I got to surround myself with WHO became a part of my life or who were already a if my life and I would emission and we're going to succeed we're going to change the. Politics of country we're going to pass on safety after November third every time I hear you till the story I feel like there is something a little bit more grounded in the way in which you tell your story, and I'm wondering if it is because you had this time to write this book and really reflect you've got a book coming called find the Helpers and before we get into that I, want to note The huge amount of praise. This book is already getting new have blurbs from members of Congress actors, activists, people from across the social and political spectrum, and they're all raving about it and I don't think in my life. I've seen such hype about a book even before it is released. So what do you think it is what do you think it is about finding the helpers that makes it so universally loved and also. Tell me about the process of writing it, and if it was Cathartic for you because I think we hear. So often people that tell stories an especially stories that are so close to your being your heart people always say you know it was Cathartic and it was their -Peutic for me to write. This is that how you felt writing it such a great question because this was not the case before Jamie was killed. Afterwards. Writing became my therapy in started doing social media. You know I became very prolific on twitter and I considered people twitter became force. My way of getting things out of me and those book just took to another level being able to sit down and think about all of the relationships what they meant to me about my daughter and what hurt lost means to me and others, and what my book really got to think about is people in a very different way because you hear the same things I hear people sock opticians, sock media. And I writing my book and I couldn't come to that conclusion any of these
Trump donor will be next head of the U.S. Postal Service
"President trump supporting a Republican fundraiser in charge of the U. S. postal service financially embattled agency is often publicly targeted NPR's Brian Naylor reports Lois joy will become the new Postmaster General did you I. is a North Carolina businessman who's given millions to the Republican Party and the trump campaign and is currently the head of fundraising for the Republican National Convention he'll take over June fifteenth from Megan Brennan who announced her retirement last year the joys appointment comes as the postal service is in a critical financial state trump who has called the post office a joke has pushed the agency to quadruple its rates for shipping packages for companies such as Amazon who CEO Jeff bays those also owns The Washington Post a frequent target of trump's criticism the postal service is trying to negotiate terms of a ten billion dollar loan with the treasury department to ease its financial
Thousands of IRS employees offer to go back to work after agency offers incentive pay amid backlog
"Internal Revenue Service is telling thousands of employees to return to work as early as today. Npr's Brian Naylor says some ten thousand mission critical employees are being recalled in an email the irs. As it's recalling workers who perform work that must be done at. Irs offices it says employees who return must bring their own face masks although the agency says it's trying to procure personal protective equipment. Democrats on the House Ways and means committee who made the email public called requirement irresponsible and unethical the National Treasury Employees Union which represents many irs workers says the agency told it the recalls would be voluntary with incentive pay but if not enough employees voluntarily returned the IRS would direct workers back to their offices
Five sue driver of trash truck struck by GOP train in 2018
"Two years after a train carrying Republican members of Congress collided with a garbage truck near Charlottesville five passengers have filed lawsuits against the truck driver the trash company and the train engineer thirty two year old Dana Naylor junior was acquitted of involuntary manslaughter after a trial in which authorities alleged he drove a garbage truck on the train tracks in January twenty eighteen the collision killed a trash company employee and severely injured another passenger in the truck Miller has been targeted by at least eight lawsuits since the
Schiff concludes by laying out case for abuse of power
"Incident trump's attorneys begin their defense of the president today in the Senate impeachment trial in P. R.'s Brian Naylor reports the house impeachment managers wrapped up their case for removing trump from office last night for three days house Democrats argued that the president abuse the power of his office by withholding aid from Ukraine and pressuring Ukraine's president to investigate Joe Biden and his sons activities their lead has manager Adam Schiff told senators it could happen to them do you think for a moment that any of you no matter what your relationship with this present no matter how close you are this president do you think for a moment that he felt it was in his interest he wouldn't ask you to be investigated now the president's lawyers will have twenty four hours over several days to argue trump should be acquitted and say they're eager to begin their
Trump’s Impeachment Trial Is About to Begin. Here’s What to Expect.
"January twenty first one PM president Donald trump's impeachment trial begins he stands accused of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress for allegedly pressuring Ukraine into helping him politically by leveraging huge amounts of congressionally approved military aid congressional Republicans have long argued trump had not broken any laws but today a government watchdog agency determined that by holding up Ukraine state he did just that how much that will bear on the upcoming trial remains to be seen NPR's Brian Naylor reports this day was one of pomp and circumstance as members of the Senate were sworn in to serve as jurors first the house impeachment managers solemnly proceeded to the Senate chamber where lead manager Democrat Adam Schiff read aloud the two articles of impeachment a few hours later Chief Justice John Roberts who will preside over the trial swore centers in do you solemnly swear that in all things appertaining to the trial of the impeachment of Donald John trump president of the United States now pending you will do impartial justice according to the constitution and laws so help you god senators then signed an oath book president trump has been given until Saturday to respond to the charges the impeachment trial will begin in earnest Tuesday afternoon Brian Naylor NPR news
House Judiciary Committee approves 2 articles of impeachment against Trump
"The house. Judiciary Committee has formally approved two articles of impeachment pitchman against President. Donald Trump and bears cloudy O'Gara solace reports. The move sets up a dramatic house floor vote Wednesday on charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. The House Judiciary Committee voted along party. Lines to approve the two articles of impeachment Friday morning. Mister Nadler are Mr Naylor votes. I Miss Lofgren. Hi Ms Lofgren votes. I Miss Jackson Lee. Miss Jackson. Lee Is I Mr Colin Mr Cohen Votes I. The vote was twenty three to seventeen on both charges against president trump. The panel voted in a matter of minutes. After two days as a contentious debate over the articles president trump could become the third sitting president in history to be impeached cloudy status. NPR News Washington president trump for his his part wasted little time in reacting to today's house. Judiciary Committee vote trump at a press conference called the proceedings. A witch hunt a scam a hoax in an embarrassment to our country the president also said Democrats will regret. Today's decision down the line. You're trivializing impeachment. And I tell you what someday there'll be a Democrat president and they'll be a Republican house and I suspect they're going to remember it. Trump said he watched quite a bit of the previous day's proceedings and he criticised government Emmett officials who say he sought to pressure Ukraine benefit. Politically president said today. He believes the impeachment proceedings will boost his ratings in the polls
Impeachment witness Marie Yovanovitch called 'bad news' by Donald Trump
"On the house intelligence committee will hold a second day of public hearings in the impeachment inquiry NPR's Brian Naylor reports they'll hear from former US ambassador to Ukraine Marie your fan of it you're one of which was forced out of her ambassadorship by president trump who said in his July phone call with Ukraine's president that you've on of which was bad news and was in his words going to go through some things Ivanov it's left her post in April intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff a California Democrat said you've on it which was a victim of a smear campaign by trump attorney Rudy Giuliani who was pushing Ukraine to investigate former vice president Joe Biden and his son hunters dealings there you'll find of it said in closed door testimony that she was pressured by Gordon Sunderland the US ambassador to the European Union to tweet her support for the president
Change Starts in the Kitchen
"The more you know about the food system the more you're you're impulse begun becomes to take take charge of your diet and take charge of your eating and then the more you realize that the only way way to do that is to cook your own food. When you cook your food you're able to buy directly from farmers otherwise you're not. It's it's all part of shortening the food chain and knowing more about what you're putting into your body. It's hard even if you're letting restaurants. Cook for you. You have no idea what kind of oil they're using when they're frying food. No idea the standards of you know the quality of the ingredients they're using so there's only one way to know all that which is to cook the food yourself or have you know have someone you love or or if you're wealthy up enough someone you employ cooking your food for you so. I think that it's all of a piece and that's one of the reasons I wrote that book was I came to see that this this movement to to kind of take back control the food system was GONNA top out pretty soon if people inclined to cook because as long as we're outsourcing those decisions to corporations we're not going to have the knowledge we know and also frankly when we outsource cooking and that's when we get industrial agriculture. Those two things are very closely related. It's really when we started moving toward fast food that we started moving toward these very we big monocultures and this industrialization of animal agriculture because those companies want very uniform product exact same variety you know are they wanNA. Cornish Cross chicken and they wanNA rested Burbank potato and they want corn fed beef and and there's no room for diversity so monocultures in the Diet produced despite outsourced industrial cooked food lead to monocultures in the field and that's why I decided that writing a book that would encourage people to see the the importance of cooking as as an agricultural act as a political act was really important and that's really what launched me on that process and then I discovered all these other wonderful benefits of cooking that I didn't know but you know the importance for farming. What we've seen over the last seventy five years is we've industrialized system system is that a smaller and smaller percentage of the food dollar goes to the farmer as you let corporations process and package and ship up your food so we're down around? What is it ten about. Ten percent of the food dollar is is is reaching the farmer now but if you're cooking for yourself off that number goes way up because you can then shop at farmers markets where farmers recover you know over ninety percent of the cost of the food or you can buy directly from farmers. If you want to join us say all these things don't work if you're not cooking. I mean you know what do you do with the CSI box. If you're not cooking you know unless you're getting off route. The two things are just intimately linked the practice of everyday home cooking almost everyday home cooking in supporting this a vibrant agriculture and and the longer the food chain the less of the dollar the farmer's going to get in the industrial food chain today the people who make the packages make more take more of that food dollar home than the people who grow the food and that's you know that's an argument for disassembling that system to the extent we can to keep performers healthy when you also have these open lines of communication between farmers and consumers and not a lot of middlemen the consumers able to signal farmers what they want and what they like and and and that they're willing to pay a premium for food the taste better for example and vice versa. I mean the farmer can communicate with the consumer to and explain what he's doing and why what she's doing and what and it's that that openness of along food chain and treating food is commodities carousing as culture that leads to indifference because you know there's so many farm. I remember asking George Naylor once who was a corn and soybean being grower that I profiled and Omnivore Salaam I and I was curious to know whether he had any sense of the eater at the other end of the food chain and I said so who you growing all this food for four and he didn't skip a beat. He's in the military industrial complex and you know small farmers you know tied into a local food economy. Never I say that they know who they're growing. They met these people. It's not an abstraction but food is becoming an abstraction industrial system. It's a commodity it's number two commodity corn corn as long as it hits basic standard. Nobody cares how you grew it. What pesticides used how you treated. Soil doesn't matter all that gets lost so part of it is is reattaching all that information to food which say all the indications of quality and our food system is or has been organized organized around quantity rather than quality and that's a big part of our problem. It's a big part of our health problem with food. I mean I think one of the problems with agriculture in this country is is a morale problem problem and one of the things that people get from participating local food economy is this level of recognition and appreciation and we all like that in our work we all need that in our work and the other thing too that farmers really benefit from having more than one customer so many people growing commodity crops they sell to the elevator and they take take the price at the elevator dictates and that's it and they to lose control and farmers like nothing better than having a choice of who to sell L. Their food too and also being able to name their price and not just be a price taker so there are many benefits of the food chain. I think the farmers now. There's also more work as a farmer. You then have to become a marketer also and you have to spend that time at the farmer's market or putting together U._C._S. boxes. There's no question that it's more work but for many farmers. It's a lot more rewarding as well.
Whistleblower id The Right Thing Coming's Forward About Trump Call To Ukrainian President
"Acting director of national intelligence Joseph McGuire says a whistleblower did the right thing and filing a complaint charging president trump with using the power of his office to solicit foreign interference in the twenty twenty election and peers Brian Naylor says Maguire's testifying before a house panel this hour the whistle blowers report was released minutes ahead of Maguire's appearance before the house intelligence committee the report says White House officials tried to lock down records of a phone call between trump and the president of Ukraine Democrats say under long McGuire should have immediately passed the whistleblowers complained to Congress but weir said he felt bound to first notified the justice department but he also defended the whistleblowers actions I think the whistle blower did the right thing I think you follow the law every step of the way Blair says he does not know the identity of the whistle blower Republican Devin newness accused Democrats of engaging in information warfare against the president Brian Naylor NPR news
Pelosi announces impeachment inquiry, says Trump’s courting of foreign political help is a ‘betrayal of national security’
"Up are the Democrats out over their skis on his impeachment inquiry thing was just an inquiry so they're actually calling for full impeachment yet they're calling for the opening of an inquiry which gives them a few additional powers they can use to pry documents out of the hands of the executive branch and all that Nancy Pelosi just moments ago made an announcement stating that she is looking to open a formal impeachment inquiry here is what it sounded like one terrific. the actions of the trump presidency revealed dishonorable fact of the president's betrayal of his oath of office betrayal of our national security in the trial of the integrity of our elections therefore today I am announcing house of representatives moving forward with an official impeachment inquiry I'm directing a six committees to proceed with their investigations under that umbrella of impeachment inquiry the president must be held accountable no one is above the law. so she's basing that on from not turning over the whistleblower complaint but she is not actually basing that on the underlying complaint itself because she hasn't seen that yet she's saying trump obstructing the movement of the whistle blower complaint over to Congress is the basis for the impeachment inquiry so presumably at some point we will see the whistleblower complaint and we'll know what exactly is in there this could turn out by the way to be again trump just acting badly like the second half of the mower port without trump committing a criminal impeachable offence an entire second have another report was from going to everybody could find and being like you know the great every mother and everything now and I'm like okay and that was it. and that's all thank and I was not impeachable it was not criminal is not prosecutable any of that. this can be very similar this could be truck melting off his landscape and there's no actual quid pro quo is just literally him out in office Lenski because trump melts off line we're not gonna know that absent the investigation. does he is obviously getting hot and bothered about that she really believes that the other she was going to drop here and there will indeed be a quid pro quo but we're told for two and a half years there would be some sort of quid pro quo between Putin and probably never happen there's Nancy Pelosi talking about this today on Thursday the inspector general testified before the house intelligence committee stating that the acting director of national intelligence blocked him from disclosing the whistle blower complaint this is a violation of law the law is unequivocal the DNA staff from us it says the D. N. I. D. and nice director of national intelligence shall provide Congress the full whistle blower complaint so what exactly happens in an impeachment inquiry a love for black hippies back in may about all of this they asked whether the for purposes of carrying out further investigation the house's hand will be strengthened significantly even initiated impeachment proceedings may fifteenth letter from the White House counsel patch pull it patch blown to Jerry Naylor chairman of the house committee on the judiciary Brett brought that question the stark relief basically the White House said they wouldn't provide any documents or information requested by the Judiciary Committee back in may as part of an investigation announced into alleged obstruction
"naylor" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"All got paid for not doing a darn does I think that dream is sad think of all the things that money could have done yeah it just went into the pockets of rich people yeah thank jealous jealous well enough not actually because think about all the good it could do this is true the point I mean they could have all donated their salaries to charities this is true well it's not too late for them to do that let's hope that they actually band together do something like that because that would be really cool if they get what they want but time will tell okay but I would say that to me that's my only needs a new phone finger that's not right that's all you know with another one is better that's for more check out my talk one of seven one dot com or download the my talk out this stuff is stuff I talked earlier at the top of every hour and eight twenty twelve twenty and five twenty on my top one of seven one so Naylor hello what would be the first to me all the you would have it have it six five one six four one one oh seven one what's the first meal you would have it.
Robert Mueller, Jerry Nadler Jerrold Nadler And Chairman discussed on John Hancock
"One of the big things is supposed to happen this week Wednesday is that the Robert Mueller finally will sit before the house committees and Jerry Nadler Jerrold Nadler the house judiciary chairman was on the Sunday talk shows and the he says that Mueller's congressional testimony on Wednesday will present quote very substantial evidence close quote of wrongdoing by president trump now this is Naylor who is predicting what meal or will do and one essence what he's saying is that with that he will are he will bring very substantial evidence of wrongdoing because of the way that they're going to ask me a lot of these questions
Acosta is out as U.S. labor secretary
"Labor secretary Alex Acosta is residing in pure is Brian Naylor says Acosta is a former federal prosecutor who's come under fire for his handling of a previous sex trafficking case against financier Jeffrey Epstein president trump announced a cost his resignation saying Acosta called him this morning and that it was a cost his decision to step down Acosta was a US attorney in Florida and did not pursue federal charges against at Steen who is accused of sexually abusing underage girls at sting pleaded guilty to a single state charge and was given a lenient sentence he was arrested last week by federal prosecutors in New York on similar charges a cost to hold a news conference earlier this week where he defended his conduct as a prosecutor but today he told president trump he had become a distraction to the administration and decided to
Alex Acosta, Brian Naylor And Trump discussed on All of It
"Labor secretary Alex Acosta is resigning and peers Brian Naylor says a cost that is a former federal prosecutor who's come under fire for his handling of a previous sex trafficking case against financier Jeffrey Epstein president trump announced a cost his resignation saying a cost to called him this morning and that it was a cost his decision to step down Acosta was a US attorney in Florida and did not pursue federal charges against abstain who is accused of sexually abusing underage girls at sting pleaded guilty to a single state charge and was given a lenient sentence he was arrested last week by federal prosecutors in New York on similar charges a cost to hold a news conference earlier this week where he defended his conduct as a prosecutor but today he told president trump he had become a distraction to the administration and decided to
Trump's Labor Secretary Acosta resigns amid Epstein case
"Labor secretary Alex Acosta is resigning and peer as Brian Naylor says a cost that is a former federal prosecutor who's come under fire for his handling of a previous sex trafficking case against financier Jeffrey Epstein president trump announced to cost his resignation saying Acosta called him this morning and that it was a cost his decision to step down Acosta was a US attorney in Florida and did not pursue federal charges against apps teen who is accused of sexually abusing underage girls at sting pleaded guilty to a single state charge and was given a lenient sentence he was arrested last week by federal prosecutors in New York on similar charges a cost to hold a news conference earlier this week where he defended his conduct as a prosecutor but today he told president trump he had become a distraction to the administration and decided to
24-Year Shark Attack Mystery Solved by Tooth Pulled From Surfer's Foot
"A Florida man bitten by a shark twenty five years ago now knows what kind of shark it was thanks to a piece of the shark's tooth that was recently removed from his foot and with the help of a DNA test to boot to discuss how the mystery was solved we're joined live on the KCBS ring central news line by Gavin Naylor director of the Florida program for shark research at the Florida museum of natural history thank you for joining us this morning first of all how unusual is it that that piece of shark tooth would work its way out of a guy's foot or leg people think it's very unusual but I think it's probably more common than you might anticipate them if you look at any one individual they might get a splinter in that port and then comment that one thing has been to that emerged after several years but it seems like a rather of entering into an individual but across the population these kinds of things that probably more common than you might think and this story has so many fascinating aspects of first of all this piece of shark tooth comes out of the fellas four years later he stumbles across the research that you're involved in this if shark DNA analysis and decides well instead of making a pendant for myself which any normal person would do the shark tooth that came out of their cars he he gets a hold of you guys yeah Jeff is a very curious guy outdoorsman you can edit stuff for a magazine that focuses on outdoor sports he is a keen surfer he became persimmon they really like the natural world but he was that predisposes to want to know exactly what the big name several years previous so what did you find so what what what we got a little shot a few pictures hi Amy and but we have to get rid of any contaminants good people that handle but two Senate couple of guest DNA we had a bleach yet to get rid of the superficial DNA and then we dug down with a scalpel or sterile felt helpful into the two in the hope we might find some residual of the fifty nine and then post book in the lab lay Yang but the work from the paper actually was successful and he sent it to me and I believe that needs a bullet keep looking and we rolled out that it with contamination and that so we have left with the conclusion that it actually is a shock the end and it turns out that if the blacktip shock which happens to be one of the most common one in the area where Jeff had being stuffing twenty four years previously so the data look compelling and are black tipped sharks known to be biting problem in that area of Florida that's a great question we don't really care that much about them because they for the fly under the radar that hundred to separate animals of a target bait fish but they do actually we think like a lot of people make that no for talent the recorder from them because they basically bike in relief but people get you know if you stick is often from them and we think that they are responsible for many more by then we will have a two bolt this particular story is very interesting but doing it does it give you a broader perspective on something how does it advance your science that's a great question so we've been able to get DNA from old samples we work in a museum we can get you in I could bump with the two hundred three hundred years old some people are even able to get DNA with the banking DNA methods from samples that are several hundred thousand years old like Dennis open I think about it from a from a human but what we thought would particularly we at is that this is a piece of material that being inside somebody's body with their immune system is trying to pocket it and get rid of it and and so we would have thought that any foreign DNA would have been completely removed by Jeff body so that's what was quite strange so it opens up opportunities for more current the hi hat where DNA might actually put this then in open it then the longer than we'd have to go yeah that's a fascinating aspect unto itself and then on the other side of this this whole question of shark identity I was surprised to learn how few shark bite cases our lead to an actual identification of who done it absolutely that's something the general public on the weather up probably about sixty eight percent of all by go on the sign good one somebody get bitten you know the last thing that thinking about is going to show what that they want to get out of the water and they and then of the night what has been well alright it was faster right so it's quite hard for us to ID them and stuff this provides a new tool that we hope we can use that to up a little down some of the ones which had previously been
Trump invokes executive privilege over entire Mueller report
"And we begin at the White House where the president today asserting executive privilege over special counsel, Robert Muller's full report on Russia's interference in the twenty sixteen election, all of this intensifying clash with congress over its investigation into the Trump campaign and Russia. The move came just before the House Judiciary committee late this afternoon. Voting to hold of the attorney general Bill bar in contempt of congress for failing to turn over Muller's unredacted report and underlying materials, which the panel head subpoenaed. We are covering all of this. And we start with the House Judiciary committee hearing, and it's chairman Jerry Nadler of New York. Today, we consider report recommending that the house of representatives hold attorney general William bar in contempt of congress for defying valid subpoena issued by this committee. This is not a step. We take lightly. It is the combination of nearly three months of requests discussions and to go. She aviation's with the department of Justice for the complete unredacted report by special counsel mother into Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election along with the underlying evidence. I appreciate the fact that the department responded to the offer we made to them last week and met with us yesterday in the last minute effort to reach an accommodation. We heard the department out responded to them in good faith. And after always said and done we unfortunately were still unable to reach agreement, and we proceeded with our markup today is I've said before we remain ready and willing to consider any reasonable offer made by the department even. After today's vote. But if a letter I received late last night from the department is any indication I am concerned that the department is heading in the wrong direction. In response to our latest good faith over the department of Brunton announced that if we move forward today, it would ask President Trump to invoke what it refers to protective assertion of executive privilege on all of them subject. Are subpoenaed just minutes ago took that dramatic step. Size misapplying the doctrine of executive privilege since the White House waved these privileges long ago and the department seemed open to sharing these materials with us. Just yesterday. This decision represents a clear esscalation the Trump administration's blanket defiance of congress constitutionally mandated duties. I hope that the department will think better this last minute outburst and return to negotiations as Coequal branch of government. We must have access to the materials that we need to feel our constitutional responsibilities in a manner consistent with past precedent. This is information we are legally entitled to receive. We are constitutionally obligated to review. And I would remind the members that the mullahs report is no ordinary run in the middle document details significant is conduct involving the president, including his campaigns willingness and eagerness to accept help from a hostile foreign government numerous misstatements if not outright lies concerning these act those acts and eleven separate incidents of struck the behavior by the president that more than seven hundred former prosecutors have told us warrant criminal indictment. If congress is not entitled with full unredacted Muller report, one must wonder what document we would be entitled to exhausted negotiations with the department of Justice have unfortunately left us back where we begin with unprecedented obstruction by the ministration that has now announces intention to block all the Thames congressional oversight of the executive branch. It is our constitutional duty to respond. Let me be clear if we request we are requesting entirely. Within our legal rights receive, and is no different from what is been provided to congress on numerous occasions going back nearly century. But we do not need to go back and forth to find a precedent. As recently as the last congress under Republican control, the department produce more than eight hundred eighty thousand pages of sensitive investigative interiors pretending to its investigation of Hillary Clinton as well as balloonists other material relating to the rush investigation and other ongoing investigations that production included highly classified material notes. FBI interviews internal text messages law enforcement memoranda. With respect to grand jury information in past cases involving Gatien's of presidential misconduct or misconduct by other high-ranking. Public officials the department of Justice as a matter, of course, the permission of a court through at least relevant information to congress if not to the public notably. This include several cases that were not impeachment inquiries, including the investigation into former agriculture secretary, Mike Espy and the Iran country investigations as well as other investigations that were not governed by the independent counsel law. But no matter the fact that the law and history clearly support the release the congress of this kind of information the Trump administration has taken obstruction of congress to new heights. Unfortunately, the attorney general has been all too willing to support the president in this endeavor. I would also like to respond to the concerns often raised by my good friend. The ranking member. Yes, how can the committee hold the attorney general in contempt for merely complying with the laws on the books, and how can we hold him in contempt when I have refused an offer to allow me to see certain redacted portions of the report, the answer's simple. I we issued a valid subpoena for the full report. And all of the underlying evidence department is come nowhere close to satisfying obligations under that subpoena. Those comments by the chair of the House Judiciary committee, Jerry Nadler of New York, again, the final vote along party line vote twenty four to sixteen and at the conclusion of the hearing chairman Nadler telling reporters, the US what he calls facing a constitutional crisis over the mullahs report from the Wall Street Journal there is this quote, the dispute centers around the unredacted version of the mullahs report and the underlying evidence some of which the Justice department says by law cannot provide because in. In part. It involves grand jury testimony that is secret Democrats subpoena the material last month saying it was necessary for congress to independently examined the material and the basis for Mr. molars findings. The journal goes on to write quote at the Trump administration's abroad, refusal to cooperate with any oversight request from democratic committees elevating tensions between the two branches to levels unseen since events of the magnitude of President Bill Clinton's impeachment, the Iran contra arms scandal during the Reagan White House and Watergate a move that invokes executive privilege is all but certain to provoke a constitutional challenge in the courts more details at wsJcom more from today's hearing Doug Collins is the ranking member of the House Judiciary committee. Mr this. The folks watching this log continues last week ours you and the fellow members of Jewish Democrats to respect the history of this committee business accordingly. We still have across southern border still. Feeling property here. We are wasting another bible week legislating calendar against the majority's war against the administration. Today, we are meeting to consider a resolution to hold attorney general Bill bar in contempt of congress. So let's take just a few moments and go through this. What is the justification for holding attorney general bar in contempt of congress for apps failed to abide by the special counsel regulation? No, he went above and beyond what the regulations far by transmitting the full report to congress with limited. Reductions could it be that the attorney general failed to accommodate the chairman's demands for information. No, he offered to let the chairman involve other democrat leaders review, the less redacted at the department of Justice, including a ninety nine point nine percent unredacted volume own strokes in an odd move for anyone demanding access to information. The chairman and the other elected Democrats giving access declined to view that report. Attorney general also volunteered to testify before this committee about the reports conclusions his role in sharing the report. And as we all witness, the democratic gangs force the attorney general to forego the schedule hearing last week on Monday just farm an offer to meet to discuss accommodations yesterday. They made a reasonable offer to avert this. And once again, they were rebuffed and the chairman the client, perhaps the end, the Democrats believe that there has been an unreasonable delay in the Justice farmers response to they're saying, no, that's not true. Either. In the chairman is moving to this contempt resolution at lightning speed. It has been less than twenty days since the chairman now subpoenaed documents from the Justice department when the oversight committee held Eric attorney general Eric Holder and content more than two hundred fifty days had passed between the subpoena and the committees vote to hold him in contempt more than four hundred and fifty days passed between the committee's initial request to the Justice department and the committee's contempt vote, dude Isra Democrats are moving more than ten times. Faster than oversight did with holder. They have moved from request to contempt vote in only forty three days. And yet the Justice department is still at the negotiating table waiting for the Democrats to arrive in good faith, while this rush without any valid legislative or administrative reason, we can only assume the Democrats that are led by the chairman have resolved to sully the Bill bars. Good name and reputation to accomplish to go. First Democrats are angry the special counsel report and did not produce the material or collusion's. They expected to pave their path teaching the president feel compelled remind everyone the report found offers to do so no one from the Trump campaign knowingly conspired with the Russian government, and you can't help. But notice the phrase Russian collusion has vanished from the democratic talking points and left a void in the narrative. The special counsel did not make a prosecutor determination structure in which was his job attorney general and a deputy attorney general did so according to their mandates law enforcement officials while giving no credence to the office of legal counsel. Opinion regarding that a sitting president as a result, they're angry their anger nations chief law enforcement officer and his dad had yelled acidy decide the didn't support charges for obstruction investigation into something. The president. Second Democrats are afraid of what your general will fund when he completes his own going review of abuses, the Justice, including how the Russian investigation began. Multiple news reports have suggested those conclusions could be explosive good in careers and could even lead to criminal prosecution rather than face that the Democrats resolve to neutralize Bill bar by attacking him in the office in his in his career. This is the first what a cynical mean-spirited counterproductive irresponsible staff. It is. Meanwhile, our economy urging unemployment amongst already groups historic low a recent Washington Post poll shows cratering support for impeachment, but Democrats have no plans, no purpose, and no viable legislative agenda beyond attacking visit ministration the house is more than four months into a democratic majority. How many bills passed by this committee have been signed into law chairman poor? You see reason I asked if you recognize the craving and insincere politics. It seemed to be yielding, no. No dividends for the American people. We've talked multiple occasions improved at last week's pharmaceutical market that I stand ready to work with you to promote solutions. I will not though become a bystander as we say, the attorney general, and this committee our democracy deserves better. Those comments from Republican Doug Collins of Georgia, the ranking member on the House Judiciary committee and on Twitter. The president wrote the following, quote, everyone wants to know who needs to be accountable because it took up to two years of our lives talking about the Russia involvement at proved no collusion and people want to trace it back to see how all of this happened treasonous hoax that the president at real Donald Trump. And at the White House press secretary Sarah Sanders was asked about the president's use of executive privilege. Caroline, chairman Naylor says at the White House already waived executive privilege. He said the moment they reveal documents Muller, they waive the privilege that's black letter law. So how is the White House still claiming turning Adler would be a little? A bit more on the law. I'm not actually like understand better than he does. The attorney general is protecting information. Grand jury information confidential information had he cannot release the fact that the chairman knows that and continues to ignore it is absolutely absurd. What's not forget. This is the same guy who was to frayed to ask the attorney general questions himself if he can't do his job, and he can't understand basic rule of law and uphold it then he shouldn't be in
US General: Border deployment may impact 'combat readiness'
"US, marine, commandant, general, Robert Naylor warned that unexpected costs including unplanned deployments at the southern border and recovery. Costume hurricanes have forced him to cancel training exercises and will degrade combat readiness. The LA times reports Nellor wrote to acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan and navy secretary Richard Spencer, Shanahan and joint. Chiefs of staff, chairman general Joseph Dunford are set to testify next week before the House Armed Services committee and members will likely ask about Nellor
"naylor" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Several individuals have been transported were injured to the hospital some of them with with very serious injuries. But again at this point. Of our efforts are geared towards Mexican authorities have Paul search efforts overnight, the chair of the House Judiciary committee says that the committee would request documents from president Donald Trump's oldest son his business and more than sixty individuals in this administration democratic congressman Gerald Naylor says that the House Judiciary committee's inquiries are intended to present the case to the American people about obstruction of Justice, corruption and abuse of power. It's very clear that the president struck the Justice eleven hundred times you referred to the MO investigation as a witch hunt. He tried to protect the Flynn from being investigated by the FBI fired Komi in order to stop the Russian thing is he told NBC news Republican congressman Kevin McCarthy. The house minority leader defending the president show me where the president did anything to be impeached. Naylor isn't calling for an inquiry isn't calling the inquiry and impeachment investigation. But tells ABC's this week that House Democrats are now the majority simply doing our. Job to protect the rule of law after Republicans during the first two years of Mr. Trump's term were shielding the president for many proper accountability. What she left the US in two thousand fourteen to join ISIS and Meriden ISIS fighter. Huda? Athena was born in New Jersey, but raised in Alabama. And she says she wants to come back to the US with her young, son. Federal judge is going to hear her case today. CBS news correspondent Charlie dagga spoke with her in Syria for a time she apparently.
"naylor" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast
"I don't want it to be. But is be the decline of the MC you because I feel like they've exhausted their big name characters. So now, they're gonna go outside characters or not big name characters. Like, you know, not Thor Spiderman Sancti and who's next like the psychic for Spiderman miles Morales from not psychic book miles Morales like that kind of was getting those characters traverse miles. Morales is a big name. I think he would do very well in a feature film live action. It's it depends. If they re if they have different in our cases of captain America that we talked about this before like when it's still sell different actors, captain America, if it's not Steve Rogers, and I think it's all about the people you bring in bring good actors great directors, and yet the moral name, it might be hesitant her first. But if it's a good film. I think people catch on regardless of who it is look at the guardians. No one thought the guardians would be anything. And now, they're probably one of the biggest draws marvel has you know, so yeah, they start. Did with their be listeners. I mean, the universe started with ironman, ironman was not a Naylor's character before that movie. Really? He's top five. I think it was goes face killer was iron man's Piggott's fan. You know, you call himself Tony stark, but that's a deep cut comic reference. And which is weird to me because I ran is such a cool character the way that he was created his powers based on Howard Hughes that it took that long for audiences to recognize how cool he is. You just blew my mind. I'm is on before two thousand eight. Yeah. But we have before. So, you know, I think their biggest guy that they had the rights to was captain America, the captain because when he came out he was huge in the forties. They kind of play with that in the movie marvel. I mean, they're going to if they make this movie in the vein of one of the great Kong films of all time, if they're making that that's awesome to me. That means that they're branching out. I don't see a decline. I see a shift a little refreshing new characters cultures just something different than what we've gotten. You're gonna have to get creative. I mean like you said have their adventures four, assuming Daniels defeated right? What's next? Exactly. That's why I thought she tried to for things we try to introduce new characters get more creativity. Do something different and with good direction. Good. Good acting. So all around central plan of what's going to happen next..
"naylor" Discussed on WJR 760
"And rocky Lombardi's come on at quarterback. Counter. Hayward behind him fakes the Hayward rose to his right and throws right side. It's short of Matt Dodson up at the thirty yard line. La- worke eleven for twenty for eighty seven yards. That interception. He also ran nine times. For forty five yards. Second downtown. Spartans if they're tan rocky Lombardi's under center counter Hayward deep behind him. Does it the right hash sowards and chambers? Set left then the hand off to Connor Hayward. Make something out of nothing powers is way out over the fifteen to the sixteen yard line tackle made by Dion Jones of safety. From oxen hill, Maryland, it's third down and four Spartans at their sixteen yard line. We have eleven and forty still to go on the game. Michigan state seventeen. Maryland three. Cody, white Naylor and Stewart all Whiteside left. Now Stewart starts at motion. Right. Rocky Lombardi's in the shotgun with Hayward do as left. Takes the snap. Rolls left passes batted down and taken away. That it down and picked off by Byron coward. I police fumble. Touchback pass Antoine. Brooks gets to the end.
"naylor" Discussed on Fantastic Geeks (and where to find them)
"They're streaming right now and now and now also now and now my next one is Shiloh. Oh, you know this book now novel by Phyllis, Reynolds Naylor. Published in nineteen Ninety-one. It's it's one of those sad dog books. I remember the movie on saw the move. Oh, I saw the movie. Is that about a dog? Yeah. Yeah. It's a diving movie up. Sure. It's the same thing. If you know, apparently I just like to sit in my forts when I was a kid and cry about. This is a sad dog book and I just remember it missing me up. I don't remember it though. What is it about specifically? This boy tries to save this dog. He likes those being abused by a neighbor or something like that. How did it resonate with you? But you just just just love. Dogs approaches. Yeah, deserve so much better. They do. You should love if you have a dog that lots of love or any animal. Any pets love it with all your hearts, take care of it. You know, I, it breaks my heart when I see people like he, you know, not only abusing animals, but just like leaving the mouth or forgetting about them or just, you know. Getting wrapped up in work in their animal's chill in their slid. Remember about them to give them some love to give them because they love you so much. He could dish. It'll my next book that I have is Dr Seuss. Just the whole. I choose between the cabinet hat in green eggs and ham. I love all Suess books of Horton hears a who I love the law. I love snitch is a, I love all of it. I loved. I was trash. All the Suess books. I just loved how colorful they were, how Wimsatt goal they were play full in fun, and I just loved reading them. A lot of Dr Seuss books is what I read when I was just learning how to read because I loved rhyming. So earn too, like I just wanted to learn how to read it. So I could rhyme it and I would like sing song it when I read it. So I remember reading those books a lot when I was really young and there are more serious ones like, oh, the places you'll go. Yeah, that's probably on my my honorable mentions. Yeah, places you'll go. That's a good one. Like that's a good. You know, a graduation present from your head it memorized, once upon a time for this declaration contest where you just like memorized a speech or something, and. Oh, that's cool. That was my and it was fun. I had to do that. My mom had to do that, and she made us learn her weird poem that she memorize and it was called the goups. And this thing it's called the goups. They lick their fingers. The goups they lick, they're not. I don't like they spill their broth on the table cloth and they leave disgusting lives. The goups they talk while they're eating and loud and fast they choose, can we kill the and that is why I'm glad that I am not a goop are you hell? No. So that's what my mom memorize leases, like everyone else like memorize, like intense, like. One little what other people had longer things, but she just had this little little paragraph. Yes. Oh my God, but I learned that. So I always used to say that as a candidate like the goop say, like gremlin kid like, whoa. And I'd always go, are you. Goups classic goups was it from? I have no idea if anyone knows what that's from. This is weird poem. My mom learned and that she taught me and my sister growing up. But yeah, that's again that's another like Dr Suzy. I loved rhyming. I didn't want to derive all the time. Okay. Yeah. Cool. Okay. But the last one kind of, but I think I'm gonna say, ready player, one. Mm-hmm. I'm a foreign when he gets mad. I know it has its downsides, but it was just a fun adventure for me, and I enjoy celebrating being a nerd and going on adventures news really fun for me any into a video game. Yeah. And I, I have no loyalty, no connection, no moustache for the eighties. So I didn't get majority of the references, but that's not what it was about. For me..
"naylor" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The group's undergoing medical checks for infections and other possible issues but one of the first request from some of the survivors was a hearty meal for of their teammates and their soccer coach are still trapped underground the group went missing last month president donald trump is expected to announce his nominee for the us supreme court to night npr's brian naylor reports the president says he's choosing from four finalists the president hasn't identified the four but they're believed to be bred kavanagh amy coney barrett raymond catholic and thomas hardiman all are currently federal appeals court judges cavenaugh and barrett are believed to be the top two choices but there are concerns either would face a tough confirmation fight in kavanagh's case it's because of his twelve year record of opinions and writings on the bench as well as his work in the george w bush administration for barrett because of her apparent willingness to overturn roe v wade which could cost her the votes of pro abortion rights gop senators the president is expected to announce his choice at nine pm eastern time tonight brian naylor npr news washington a federal judge will decide today whether to grant the trump administration and extension to a court ordered deadline to reunite the youngest migrant children who are separated from their families at the southern us border npr's windsor johnston has an update the trump administration on saturday released the names of one hundred one children under the age of five who remained separated from their parents the american civil liberties union which is suing the government over family separation says the administration will likely need fewer than half of those reunifications by tomorrow's deadline the justice department had asked the court for more time last week but a federal judge in san diego on friday did not grant a blanket extension saying only that he would consider certain exceptions the government argues it needs more time to locate families and confirm parental relationships windsor johnston npr news britain's negotiations to exit the european union are encountering more turmoil two of the.
"naylor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The group's undergoing medical checks for infections and other possible issues but one of the first requests from some of the survivors was a hearty meal for of their teammates and their soccer coach you're still trapped underground the group went missing last month president donald trump is expected to announce his nominee for the us supreme court to night npr's brian naylor reports the president says he's choosing from four finalists the president hasn't identified the four but they're believed to be bred kavanagh amy coney barrett raymond catholic and thomas hardiman all our current federal appeals court judges cavenaugh and barrett are believed to be the top two choices but there are concerns either would face a tough confirmation fight in kavanagh's case it's because of his twelve year record of opinions and writings on the bench as well as his work in the george w bush administration for barrett because of her apparent willingness to overturn roe v wade which could cost her the votes of pro abortion rights gop senators the president is expected to announce his choice at nine pm eastern time tonight brian naylor npr news washington a federal judge will decide today whether to grant the trump administration and extension to a court ordered deadline to reunite the youngest migrant children who are separated from their families at the southern us border npr's windsor johnston has an update the trump administration on saturday released the names of one hundred one children under the age of five who remained separated from their parents the american civil liberties union which is suing the government over family separation says the administration will likely meet fewer than half of those reunifications by tomorrow's deadline the justice department had asked the court for more time last week but a federal judge in san diego on friday did not grant a blanket extension saying only that he would consider certain exceptions the government argues it needs more time to locate families and confirmed parental relationships windsor johnston npr news britain's negotiations to exit the european union are encountering more.
"naylor" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Into russian interference in the twenty sixteen election cowdery spoke on fox news i am even more convinced that the fbi did exactly what my fellow citizens would want them to do when they got the information they got and that it has nothing to do with donald trump county said he thought the president will be glad the fbi took seriously what they heard regarding possible link between members of his campaign team in russia the president meanwhile tweeted wednesday that he wished he had picked someone other than jeff sessions as torney general trump has been frustrated at sessions recused himself from the russia probe brian naylor npr news washington a russian journalist who'd been reported shot and killed in ukraine last night has shown up at a news conference very much alive today the ukrainian security service says the agency faked his death to catch those trying to kill him arcadi bub chanko kremlin critic thank everyone who is mourning his death social media continues to be a form of heated debate over racist tweets yesterday yesterday by comedian roseanne barr about former obama adviser valerie jarrett abc canceled its hit show roseanne over the tweet npr's eric dagan says bars racially derogatory tweet yesterday was not a first people have pointed out that she has in the past back in two thousand thirteen she posted a tweet that compared susan rice who observed on a as national security adviser for obama compared her to to an ape in a way and had also said things about islam that were insulting so she has had a history of doing this barr says her tweet with fueled by the sleep aid ambien and she calls it indefensible but at the same time she continues to re tweet messages that support for jarrett comment kill away of volcano continues to erupt on hawaii island lava shoot eating up as high as two hundred feet in some places it's been nearly four weeks since the latest intense activity began and hawaii public radio's bill dorman says it shows no sign of ending wafa continues to move across a slice of hawaii's big island air quality is a concern is winds have shifted pushing some of the volcanic smog or vong toward more populated areas forecasters expect those winds to change again clearing some skies by mid day this is npr from k q e d news i'm brian.
"naylor" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast
"Yeah that sounds weird but it's true right so for a woman who was born with engines studi syndrome she's a woman unless i mean is very very practically unheard of for the most part for with complete engines incivility centrum to feel like anything the woman she's been raised as girl she's a woman in terms of identity so there's no pronoun issue for her it's true internally has got testes but that doesn't really matter she's always been a girl she's always been seen as a girl she has a social identity as a woman it's doesn't shift and the same might be true for somebody with ca age that they're either raised as girl raises a boy and it doesn't really impact their identity now that said you can have a person who's transgender who can have typical naylor typical female anatomy but feel that the gender assignment given to them is wrong or you can have somebody who has an intersex condition who is also transgender in the sense that they also feel as if the gender assigned given on his wrong and in some those circumstances folks will choose a pronoun that is different increasingly people choose what we've thought of historically as the plural crow on they or them which i think historic is likely in english to increasingly become a non gendered singular pronoun i think that's where english appears to be going so the product is just more about gender identity when we're talking about sex development we're talking about sex development not gender identity if that makes sense makes a lot of sense so i think that english is gonna go in the direction of accepting them and they as a singular pronoun we it hasn't officially happened yet but you'll hear it in a lot of people's language already even before the transgender movement became big people got tired of saying he or she and so they began to use them as a singular pronoun and i think that that's where english is going to go people need to recognize languages do evolve in so it's not that surprising english would evolve in some circumstance.
"naylor" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Seven o'clock i'm tom naylor whol radio news good morning we have a clearing skies still mostly cloudy sixty two degrees in des moines the news is brought to you by menards our top local story a woman was stabbed several times early this morning did moines apartment building on east twenty second street was around three fifteen the call came in first responders found the injured woman who'd lost a lot of blood with stab wounds to the neck chest and arms they were told it happened in apartments sixteen they were given a suspect's name she was taken to methodist medical center and is expected to recover no word on arrests at this time des moines fire is tweeting early this morning a kitchen fire at eight oh one grands chop house was contained by the extinguishing system this morning before firefighters put out the remaining food that was burning on the stove there were no no injuries and no way vacuous unnecessary the six democrats who want to run against republican governor kim reynolds had their second televised debate last night who radios gary barrett said afterwards several were claiming victory after the cameras are off kathy glossing told me she's the only true progressive in the primary race it's very clear that we have a lot of middle of the road democrats that have some good ideas but not clear enough to win a victory in the in the primary or against a governor reynolds in november hey bolton's considered number two in the race right now he says he's not trying to be more or less progressive i don't know that i'm going to calculate what i'm gonna do by some other candidates position dr andy maguire says titles well they don't matter a lot when i listened to what people are worried about i think they want solutions to those problems i'm not sure that centrist or or progressive during their second of eight three of the candidates class in bolton and john norris took the gloves off a bit and leveled attacks front runner fred hubble they all admit there will be more distinctions drawn between the six candidates before the june primary i'm gary barrett our top national story earthquakes and volcanic fog are rising as threats from hawaii east killer way of all k know continues a magnitude four point four quake shook the volcanoes main caldera yesterday damaging more roads.
"naylor" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Luke naylor talking about the conservation order and goose season which starts against us starts backup demar doesn't it all authorisation order that's a good point it it actually started monday uh after regular dutch season plo's uh it is uh it is the conservation order is is is not open today the the youth duck i've got you questions about that while man people want to know why did shut down in the the the simple answer is that the it's a federal law that that establishes the conservation order a uh you know the the useful for our ducks sees a here in arkansas so we can't run the conservation order and any duct season whether that be the youth hot day or or regular nazis season they can't beat current uh uh the reason for that is that you know we allow lot of you know as we mentioned last week a lot of relaxed regulation for for the treve should order shooting those us well you have all quality shotguns you can use electronic calls you can uh there are limits on those geese today uh during the conservation oldest can you can see daylight yet searched in it's thirty minutes after sunset yeah can't do that during regular some of those you know discrepancies in the rules we just you know it would be virtually impossible to police that and you know although if you're targeting easy to use those stuff you know we'll still be you know ducks and geese at up that aren't opened during the concentration owner that that might respond to that and uh you know we we just don't want up we wouldn't have what we can because of federal rules that adults to create situations this that might uh you know make for uh ethical hunting situations were unfair advantage for the for the hunter jay you know one reason i don't wanna do it because this day is all about the kids don't though goosen don't be thinking about yourself take a kid dutton that's all men you know we've talked about it all this show all over and it's still amazes me that we get calls from people that woman know well now cannot carry my garbage and i cannot back off the tee in case they nif you know shoot uh crippled uh or something like that and you know what's again let me say emphatically absolutely not you can't you can carry.
"naylor" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"Seventh round is all to be treated the same no eh they should either all have guaranteed money and guaranteed spots is that where we're headed buddy we've been saying this from the whole time this thing started calling cabinet thought he was worth more than he was by not taking the contra he thought he could do this he never imagined that nobody would would keep them on a team the other guys that are nailing our guys like you said we guarantee contracts of over three million dollars and yet they they'll only 'cause i know they're not going to get better yeah i mean th we don't need to study and don't act like you're surprised by that and don't at lacked that a seventh round in the first round and in a failed live in two different worlds because it's just this life that's the way everything works now and there's nothing wrong with it if i'm a borderline guy i'm it's not worth taking risks the nail now according to study at while walesa shocker in yeah late night over there buddy so it's a really that just makes what cap renege his stance just him more silly because of the of this latest fact here that that that the naylor's with higherpaid athletes that were in the nfl right examing so so real in this study in he's in the bottom three times in dry if you're if you're a borderline guys wrist is not were taken if you want to continue to play in the nfl even though noone listen to me no one was removed from teams because they kneel if they were cut like calling cavney is because they weren't valuable enough to the team to put up with that um if if you're if you're good enough they don't care if you nail sits down your hair whatever you going to be on the thing here in the study pretty much confirm that were women saying it all your anyway he was crazy within was fine and look i know how hick healthcare analogy that we use and i know i know this professor can't believe this risk there is a big difference between a first round pick in the seventh round now a lot of times the tom raise brags epa people miss it hey he was a fixed round pick but you know.
"naylor" Discussed on WJR 760
"Of our locations and has been a tremendous success less tell us a little bit about the jalen rose leadership academy what what is that all about well you we we're i'd greenfield eight mile and right almost in our parking lot is a and rose academy uh a charter school and we partnered up with them because we saw a need that we could help fund the you know some of their students because they have a tremendous a graduation rate and so we realized that we wanted to be part of that so we we partners with with them um and it's funny because i just did a while not jazz but i was on the tv show chopped a cia on ads and wondered naylor a one and so they were the you know my only choice for the if i didn't i you know they would get the proceeds of that that winning ten thousand dollars so we just getting the money is so interesting is a better the jalen rose academy so these folks are getting proper college and work we are also partner with them to get some interns said that they learn how to punish erasing getting some real world experience and literally there in our backyard you could take a baseball and throw it to their baseball field so it's been a tremendous partnership and they've been great working at the store to i i really have to give mak lights the bitter of wine now financial financial literacy is so critical and pawnshops have been a part of the community for thousands of years so it's really great to see you guys go out there and and they don't learn financial literacy in school so they need to learn the just the basics of of how things are valued and exchange and things like that of basic thought of our customer you know is they if they have a piece of gold um.
"naylor" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"But i'll take a look right i think you're the cat because we're for once when a record in this in a studio over our our podcast headquarters we are recorded in a room at our actual headquarters and i watched you walk past this room on your way to a completely different ruling ciller mirror his that was very cats cud like edge who you who who would you be well i ever wants to the right because we lister i really now but he's a hero is he though he's a bit smell easing yet i love lister but his personal hygiene issues and i can't do it he's now beyond that if you watched the light of onesies now got perfect personal hygiene and he's the romantic lead okay so to the shoes olestra so you're lister your lister bags your cat you yourselves are weird crichton remember high i also you don't know what the hell that it with you and and i knew i think plaintively we all know intuitively all right listen before we we get a talking about red warfare and and you know and what it means to us and what is mentors over the years and episodes that sort of thing we're going to hear from most of the cast of series 12 and the show's cocreator doug naylor and i did this you did this johnny he did as a couple of weeks ago the came into our studio in central london and you were talking to.
"naylor" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Mm from the opening bell on wall street to the close of trading hear about it all on the money station am 1410 kbnp poland five blackwhite twodimensional approach absolutely delighted he could be with us a little time and so much through which we must give it away naylor's opposing the national anthem for when cops mistreat blacks are actually blaming all of us for the actions by a few hence the fan anger can you feel them also ediburgh poll finds that just a quarter of us can name our three branches of government do we now understand why only a holes or representing us and also the democrat and gop establishment see trump committing the ultimate sin he refuses to be cowed and it's really driving them to apoplexy so you got a wonder what's next before we going on with any more that i wanted chad little bit about the graham kano city in them good introduce mile austria's guest this was this sorry weeds legislation meant to get rid of all the affordable care act and of course it's it's about to fail its welldeserved death but you got to wonder how long before obamacare implodes on its own before anything be passed to replace that mean what it dies can diet its own and the democrats who are working so assiduously at preempting its replacement um seemed to be oblivious to the fact would it falls apart they're not going to be able to dodge accountability for you see the party that was singularly responsible for its passage can never also be the party that had nothing to do with its failures that is the assertion of only those who are functionally illiterate or people who will endeavour to string together so many word association bridges tried to make noncompliance look like compliance falls little look like truth that you'll be able to see through their silliness but here's a real intriguing sub text to it'll and its growing in strength single payer otherwise known as medicare for all it just bring a everybody under medicare and when you start talking about that therein lies some difficulties for the democrats because there's a bunch of democrats who know the back their mine that has wonderful a single payer is as a concept perhaps by which to masturbate alone in.
"naylor" Discussed on WEEI
"The naylor positions it's not a crazy thought crazy thought putting a full back here worthy of it try by tony richardson will talk by was lorenzo neil the best at his position for five to ten years yes that put him in can you make the argument k what are they my which they is the best i would say he was honestly i don't pay attention i didn't pay much attention to lorenzo deal when i was watching film and pay much attention to runs o'neill um i mean i'm an offensive player like i don't want nfl 2000s all decades he member yeah well then he should be in the hall of fame no four probowl fullback two time for steve all pros at fullback yeah you know what if this aim is gonna make the argument for fullback being in lorenzo feels week the poster child right will use i give a player you know i was just start their campaign runs on the off of all thank fate i guess not on your show yes we else yes solve ben roethlisberger i expect and hope it'll being sold out loud you know we need to bring back the ninth field kind of the world who is always that way when i first got her first few years when i was here not say with loss before teams need to fear quoted in huntsville won because of affairs and the craziness it to be possible boy yeah so she's saying the feds aren't the same in terms of being is loud is rambunctious and ikedayoo learned off a are so many variables on a football field why you worrying about the fans you know what if you win a lot of games it'll be harder they'll be more.
"naylor" Discussed on KQED Radio
"With the leader no you use exclamation mox to make it clear that you're being friendly and emoji sort of work like an extended form of punctuation now the news live from npr news in culver city california and dwayne brown it was a rare and brief appearance today at the white house for president trump's soninlaw after meeting with the senate intelligence committee about russian interference now a top adviser to the president jared kushner says he never colluded with russians looking to help trump beat hillary clinton and doesn't know of anyone who did the record in documents i have pulled off voluntarily provided we'll show that all of my actions were proper and occurred in the normal course of events of a very unique campaign kushner disclosed for interactions with russians during the campaign and transition saying he had not thing to hide they included a meeting with russian ambassador to the us a russian banker and a lawyer said to have damaging information about clinton kushner is set to meet with the house intelligence committee tuesday democrat stung by donald trump's win last november and huge losses in both chambers of congress gathered today in a virginia district they hope to win in 2018 and brian naylor reports the democratic party hoping a more focused message will help regain their footing senate minority leader chuck schumer conceded would polls have shown that voters no democrats are against president trump but need more too many americans don't know what we stand for not after today president trump campaigned on a populist platform talking to working people that's why you want but as soon as he got into office he abandoned them as part of their better deal agenda schumer said democrats will work to lower drug prices raise the minimum wage and break up big corporations if they're hurting consumers singling out the airline industry cable companies and even breweries brian naylor npr news berry vilvorde jinya stocks finished mixed on wall street ahead of a big week of technology are news reports the nasdaq hit another record high the dow lost sixty six points this is npr from kqed news i'm nina kim in an oakland man is facing federal charges for allegedly planning attacks in san francisco.