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"new york field" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

05:19 min | Last month

"new york field" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Naski this is the my future business. Show the show that gets you in front of your best audience and keeps you there now on. Today's show. I have the wonderful pleasure of introducing tim france to the show went into the show. Tim thank you. Thanks for having they were. Yes absolutely. Knocked my pleasure at now. We've just briefly touched. On the fact we're going to be talking about your work in terms of teamwork and leadership and your bookwork with and co the ship with seth and the work with lauren that you're doing and we're gonna take a deep dive into these topics but before we do any of that team would love to learn more about you. We spent a couple of moments to that. That's great excellent hunt for you. I'm in rochester new york which is upstate. New york probably about five hundred kilometers from a new york city so people say new york state or new york city new york city way as we can get. Yeah thinking. that's interesting. Isn't it narrow have you lofton no Oddly i was born in pittsburgh pennsylvania. I grew up in a suburb of rochester new york. But i've also lived in buffalo and new york city metro and chicago in indiana and coming back to take this job. At saint john fisher. College was a home for me so to speak so the fact that you've moved around because i find that those who offended in different places get a bit of a different feel about coaches in the local areas. What sir moving around. Is there any difference in in coaches in the way people behaved you. Oh absolutely. I'm just going to pick very briefly. New york city versus chicago. New york city is very busy And people really don't even notice when i was there. It didn't seem like people would notice you wear chicago. People were much more friendly. They had that mid western attitude. And my my wife's from michigan. She's not from this area. And she says rochester is very mid western. Even though it's new york's so tell me you you touched on growing up. It wasn't that you grew up. And what can you remember that time. Well i grew up in a suburb. Rochester was webster new york so different suburb than i live in now and it was a much smaller community than it's grown to be this whole area. Rochester new york. It's really become a major metropolitan area new york state and so It's changed dramatically. I said this is embarrassing. But i told my mother years ago and She has since died. I told her years ago that i would never move back to rochester new york and here i am back mobbing the area i like to be outdoors. And there's a lot to do outdoors here. I was going to ask you about what other things that you enjoy doing. What sort of hobbies in sports when he get into well. I love to mountain bike and ski..

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"new york field" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

06:52 min | 5 months ago

"new york field" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"The high ranker on O'Dell is my clay at 25 below. Is Eric Care about 39? So the range is 14 spots? You and I have them at 32 for you. 34 from me, Daniel 31 Matthew. So This is a player who had his very, very best was the best wide receiver best player in fantasy football, basically right at the gates in his career, What's the process behind ranking Odell Beckham Jr this year in an offense that looks a lot like it did last year? In terms of personnel, basically the same key pieces running back? I don't think there is a harder player to rank in fantasy football is here. The note over is up there for sure The talent is off the charts. We know it. It seems like you know, especially towards the end of last year. Baker really seemed to look like the baker that well, yeah, you know that that was drafted number one overall, like he played really, really well. Their offensive line played well. Kevin Stefanski did a great job last year with Cleveland and then you think about how they run that offense in terms of play action. That's the one to do. They want to run the ball. They want to set up play action. And so you know, you get Odell Beckham Jr is one of those guys that literally all he needs is he needs he needs, you know, half a inch of daylight and the ball wants to make something. Happen like that's a guy that you know what I mean. Like so, like all they need is one play to make your to make a game. Having said all that So the upside is there. It's massive. He's somebody that has struggled with injuries throughout his career, including in Cleveland, including obviously last year, And there's a guy that now has played 23 games with the Cleveland Browns. I mean, it's a decent sample size, and in that time he's wide receiver 39 just 12.9 fantasy points per game. I mean, that's just in the games in which he's active. Remember two years to go, obviously. Had the you know, they just try to force feed him the ball in the end zone and just couldn't score touchdown to save his life. He had some bad touchdown locked, but, you know, I mean, it seems insane to say. But Baker's numbers are weirdly better without Beckham, you know, you know, since Beckham joined you look at the before, and after that they are. I don't know why that is whether equals pressure, whether it's just sort of happenstance because of you know, Um, uh, the coaching staff and the and the change in the coaching staff, or, you know, in terms of schedule. It's a weird one for me, so I listen, here's what I did. I rank where I rank him. You know, you gotta make a call. I wrecked him his wide receiver 32 for me where that is, is that still allows you to get some upside, But you don't have to count on him as a starter because anyone that's had him the last two years knows how frustrating it's been to have him on your roster. He's incredibly frustrating as a starter. He's inconsistent. And at this point, you know, I mean, he has yet to be a fantasy superstar in Cleveland. It's been a while since New York Field and so I am, you know, and if I miss out on this out, but I guess for me, it's Like, you know, I haven't in the you know, has significant upside stage, but not somebody that I'm going to count on that I can leave the draft with two guys. I feel good about it. My starters it becomes in at 32. Yeah, I hear you. I think one of the issues with no Dallas probably this is that you don't wanna pay the premium on no doubt, right? You just can't you can't justify paying a premium on a player who obviously missed significant time in recent years did not have a great season last year, has never found his footing and in Cleveland offense that we thought could lead to him being the same. Chemical receiver he was with the Giants and then Moreover, it's hard to get them at a discount, right, Matthew because it always feels like you can't pay the premium, But someone else in your league is going to be willing to pay the premium because he's Odell Beckham Jr. And that person is going to say we creep around the wide receiver 24 25 26 range, which again Mike Clay has him at the high end of our rankings at wide receiver 25. They're gonna be saying, all right, I can take Odell Beckham Jr. Who has the chance to be a top five wide receiver if he hits everything correctly, or take another player in this range, who I like, but I'm not convinced the upside is anywhere near O'Dell's. That makes sense. It's a hard player to place where to sort of appropriately draft Odell this season. But that's exactly right. And like, even my clay, so Mike plays you just mentioned Clay is the highest companies. The most optimistic and the M is the wide receiver 25, which again is not a starter, ESPN Standard League When we start to wide receivers 10 Team League, Sony has been standard leak, even even clay. The most optimistic among us has him as a flex play. And you think about the guys that are going in that right? I mean, again, like so I'm obviously rank higher than 25. But if you just take Mike's ranking there 25 I've seen the lamb at 22. You have CD, lamb it and 26. I think we both agree like, Give me the upside of CD lamp over the upside of somebody like Odell Beckham Jr like it. I get it right. But like I'd rather candidly I think staying in that division. I think I'd rather any of the Bengals wide receivers, then open up back in junior in terms of upside. No, I hear you. It's a again he I just I'm not saying I won't have any shares of Odell. But I think I'm gonna have a hard time telling you right now like where I would prefer to draft Odell, because I'm not sure it's realistic. Another player who's had some really, really good seasons. Never quiet at the ceiling or the apex of Odell. Is you just Smith Schuster? The most optimistic amongst the rankers is trusted at 24. I've got him at 38. Matthew. You've got him at 31. So I'll start because I haven't particularly low and I know that you know the volume was okay last year, but the Biggest issue was that Juju turned into basically a slot only wide receiver where most of his damage was done at or near the line of scrimmage. His air yards per target dropped nearly 40% from 2019 2020, and he was held without a deep perception in 12 of the teams 16 games last year, and it's one thing when a player has misused and you say, Hey, you know what? They can't do any better, but they actually have good wide receivers, right? I mean, who's a better vertical threat? Is it him? Or is it Deontay Johnson? Is it him? Or is it chase Claypool? I kind of feel like the answer is it is clearly those other two guys Certainly clip will probably be in the most potent right out of those three. By the way, they also you know, they also James Washington who, you know, certainly fast themselves. So they, you know, they have a guy in James Washington. And by the way, don't forget that two other concerns here on Juju. Um, is that number one is Ben's arm might be shocked. Then, just like you know whether he's whether it's healthy or not, you know. No if he wasn't 100% healthy last year, But Ben just didn't look like the same quarterback last years. He's still is he still, you know, a solid NFL quarterback, of course, is still a first ballot Hall of Famer. Of course he is, But did he, at least to me to the eye test did not look like the Ben Rothwell? Last year's Ben Roethlisberger did not look at the guy two years ago where it was, You know, the the guy that was like, you know, like the third best quarterback and fantasy, and, um, what is it 2018 like that 2018 2019 something like that. And, you know, so that's a concern and they're gonna have a running game this year like I think You know, you and I are both fans of nausea. Harris, like they couldn't really run the ball last year, they had to be very pats heavy. We still expect them to be passed heavy, But maybe not as much with Najee Harris. And certainly having Harris certainly makes you concerned about, you know, Touchdown equity for juju. Who, by the way already wasn't you know, um, already needed a lot of touchdowns last year..

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"new york field" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:09 min | 11 months ago

"new york field" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In 2019 Democrats took control of the house. And Benny Thompson took control of the Homeland Security Committee. And finally, after I became chairman, we held a hearing. And it was on Lee in this hearing that members of Congress and the public get a chance to see and hear for the first time. What was going on? This hearing and other Democrat led oversight hearings got the FBI to finally acknowledge the serious threat of white supremacist terrorism. They said that quote racially motivated violent extremism was now as big a threat is Isis. These hearings didn't turn up a lot of details on exactly what the FBI was doing to deal with that threat on the ground, like the number of agents or cases or arrest So I asked the FBI agent in charge of counterterrorism for the New York Field office. Joe Denna Han. I think there's really been a surge and what we assess is racially motivated, violent extremism both here in New Jersey and across the nation. I think a lot of the profiles of the subjects where we have seen conduct successful attacks or younger males, all of them really radicalized online. Now that The velocity of those threats and successful attacks appears to be increasing. We obviously dedicate a greater number of resource is to that threat when when you talk about that? Dedicating a greater number of resource is Can you share anything in the way of numbers? Something to kind of just concretely get a sense of what that looks like, Unfortunately, can't give any specifics on that in terms of our Personnel or assets. But I can tell you that there is a tremendous emphasis put on this. We recognize that the threat is evolving and we're evolving with it. No question about it. And just to be clear. Why is it that you can't give more details on that? I'm not comfortable talking about. You know the number of agents that we have working a specific threat. So no numbers, and then there's the term itself racially motivated violent extremism. I call it that. Are we primarily talking about white supremacist terrorism? Me? No question that you know white, racially motivated extremism is a very serious problem. Well, what else fits into that? What he isn't saying is the whole point of the term. Racially motivated violent extremism is that they're not just talking about white supremacists who've been responsible for more plots and attacks in the last few years than any other kind of terrorist in our database. What happened was in 2017 and FBI document was leaked to Foreign Policy magazine about something they called black identity extremists. Theo FBI define them as anyone using violence, quote in response to perceived racism and injustice in American society in particular police brutality. It.

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"new york field" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

08:19 min | 11 months ago

"new york field" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Not only are you going to represent your constituents, you have a host of new title, so let me see if I got these all right Freshman class representative the House leadership, a member of the House Steering and Policy Committee, and also the deputy whip of the Congressional Progressive Caucus. Now if I indeed have those all together, what do all that what does all that entail? S o. You have it exactly Right. And I'm so thrilled to have hit the ground running and you know, it was just a It was just a few months ago that some of my detractors in that crowded primary I was running in with this thing I wouldn't be able to do just that. And so it xray eight t be able to show folks in my district that you you don't have to have held Elected office experience to be able TOC ead and to be recognized by your peers is having talent on so as freshman representative the leadership I'm going to be a member of the Democratic House leadership. In fact, I am now a member of Democratic House leadership. I mean, on a weekly basis with Speaker Pelosi, the majority leader that the whip The assistant speak here in the in the chair and vice chair of the Democratic Caucus. I also represent my class my very diverse class of highly highly accomplished history. Making folks from all across the country on we are, by the way united in our desire to deliver results for the American people, regardless of Policy differences that we may have in some of the details and then as a member of the steering and policy Committee, I get to make recommendations to Speaker Pelosi regarding committee assignments into the entire Democratic caucus with respect to who should chair kid committees on Ben, finally as a deputy whip of the Congressional Progressive Caucus, which is ascended within the Democratic caucus. Our ranks have been bolstered on. I think Americans need on then certainly understand the need for big structural changes. I'm gonna be helping Tol with votes on on key pieces of legislation of great import for the American people and for progressives in the Congress. Is there an overall an overarching idea that you and the freshman class would like toe to send a message that you would like to send the House leadership? Way are unified. We're unified and our resolve to work in close relationship with the Biden Harris administration to make sure that we build back better that we restore So many of the institutions that failed us these past four years on that we do Morven just reset what the status quo was before Donald Trump got elected a president elect Joe Biden says he wants to build back better s O that recognizes that we You need a transformational change and some of the areas and I'm really excited to work with. Everyone looked to deliver that representative. I'm interested in your first name Mon Dare What did history My aunt and uncle were helping to come up with names. And I think so. So the name on television it loosely translated means my heir in French, and I do mean loosely translated. But you know, I'm really excited to have a unique name. It's it's recognizable and people have remarked about it. So it's a great conversation starter. Well, you've just met representative Mondale Jones. He will serve the 17th District of New York and a host of positions representative. Congratulations, Thanks for joining us and giving us your time so much anytime. Jamal Bowman is the other Democratic newcomer from the district's north of New York City. He's representing the states. 16th congressional district. Ah, Harlem native. He grew up in public housing and went on to teach and found the public middle school in the Bronx. As a principal. He was known for opposing standardized testing in schools. So tell us about your life. Where did you grow up? I grew up on the Upper East Side East Harlem section of Manhattan grow with my mom. My three sisters. My mom was a postal worker lived in East River projects. Public housing for the 1st 78 years of my life before moving to rent stabilized apartments in New York Field section of Manhattan. Who are among the biggest influencers in your life Growing up in New York, my mother first inform most My mother is Everything to me. She gave me love, stability and confidence. And she was my first teacher and educator s. Oh, my mom is obviously at the top of that list. You may find this interesting, but many have many male role models and hip hop culture growing up. I grew up during the golden age of hip hop. So people like Chubby and caress one and rock him were definitely a big influence is growing up. How are they? How are they influences? Well, you know, my my father wasn't around much as a kid, so they were like the male role models that I looked up to. They were incredible artists and poets and M seeds on they gave me a sense of a sense of self and the knowledge of myself in my history and my culture. You know, it's an African American. You don't always learn about your history in our public schools. But through hip hop, I was able to sort of plug in and With a strong sense of my identity because of these amazing artists growing up. Where did you go to school in New York Growing up s O. What's the public schools? My whole life went to PS. 50 and 1 98 elementary schools. Once a wag, the Junior High school went to August Martin and Humanities High school before transferring to New Jersey to live with my father and graduating from cerebral high school in New Jersey, talking about your college life. Yes, I started college and West Virginia Potomac State College in West Virginia. That was like culture shock. West Virginia's much different than New York. So I came back to New York for about six months before going back to college in Connecticut at the University of New Haven, had a chance to play football football there for three years as a Back up outside linebacker studied sports management for underground while I was there, which is business administration, which with an emphasis on sports, pretty cool, Major and I, Yeah, I mean, Connecticut is different from Manhattan as well. Not as busy not as active But I stuck it out. Graduated in 99. So what led you to a career in education? Yes. So wasn't a plan definitely wasn't a plan. I pursued a career in corporate America with my business degree. I didn't feel comfortable in that space. And I had a friend who was an educator at the time and her and her mom were both teachers. And she told me to take a look at the department of Education s o. I did that and fell in love with it right away. I just felt like it was it was the right place for me to be. I think a lot of my personal experiences up into that point. Help me to be a really well rounded educator, not just focus on academic development, but social and emotional development as well. What was that career in corporate America that you weren't satisfied with? I just didn't feel comfortable. You know, I wasn't I didn't grow up in and incorporate with a corporate background. Both my parents all work work for the post office. They were both part of organized labor unions on But first corporate job I looked at was it was a job with the NFL Events office..

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"new york field" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"new york field" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Under scrutiny that the us supreme court lisa brady fox news more specifically census results. The high court hearing arguments today about whether illegal immigrants should count in deciding estates. How seats fox's jared halpern is live in washington and several states led by new york challenging the trump administration memo to subtract undocumented immigrants from the census count that determines how many seats each state gets in the house of representatives undocumented. Person has been in the country for say twenty years even if legally as you say why would some personnel have such a person that have settled residence here acting. Us solicitor general. Jeff wall told justice. Amy conybeare those ties. Do not apply in congressional apportionment because they don't count residence or dwelling within the meaning of these federal statue. Census report is due to president trump by the end of december lisa. Thanks jared most states are worried about having enough supplies to administer covert nineteen vaccines that from a government watchdog agency. The general accountability office listing thirty. Eight states either greatly completely or moderately concerned several of them singling out the federal government's ability to supply needles. This is a vaccine comes closer to reality health secretary. Alex as are telling fox news. We'll ship within twenty four hours after fda approval and then really it's going to be up to our nursing homes or hospitals or pharmacies to get that dispense so it really could be within within days of fda approval will start seeing vaccines and people's arms though there will be a prioritized group getting the first batch. He spoke as madeira applies for emergency fda approval of its vaccine the second company to do so after pfizer. President-elect biden plans in event tomorrow to formally introduce his economic team plans to nominate former fetchy. 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How Andbox Has Strengthened Ties to NYC During Covid

Esports Network Podcast

03:58 min | 1 year ago

How Andbox Has Strengthened Ties to NYC During Covid

"And today we are talking and black eyed relatively new organization that is house right in New York City and is found immediate success in a few e Sports to talk am box. We have Rohit Gupta the co-founder of Chief product officer for a box. I'm sorry about that and we'll cutrone director of communication for an box Rohit. Thanks for joining the show. Thanks for having me at will I'm exposed to have you on the other side of the mic this time actually contributed to the show. Thanks for coming on happy to be here and yeah different different experience this time. It's a little bit odd to not be on the muted one. Now. You got the pressure on yeah. Yep. Yep. Glad to be here. So in addition to co-founding airbox road is also a partner at Sterling Venture Capital where he's worked for the last six years or so, but today we're really focusing on an box. There were the major organizations that pops up alongside the Activision Blizzard franchise leagues. They started with a top-tier team in the New York Excelsior and the OverWatch League before adding the New York sub Liners in the Call of Duty League. I had Mac the New York sub liners rookie on a show a few months back. He talked about how awesome it is to be played for an organization that Embraces New York as such a core level at both teams have found early success of cemented themselves as to AJ Ki tips to the key Brands really going forward about the OverWatch of Call of Duty leagues, but am box also expanded outside of the franchise world, at least for now by signing a valorous squad and she said they're based in America's most psychotic City and am box is closely tied their brand with the streets of New York that includes embracing the fashion world that covers the city a part of a Major Brands like Nike and create a unique collections for an box truck. Is a pro players it also includes the platform Battle of the borough's the first event was held up in summer as eight regions in and around New York field of three person teams in addition to the five iconic boroughs of New York Queens the Bronx Staten Island Manhattan and Brooklyn and box also included Upstate, New York, New Jersey and Long Island to really encapsulate the entire region Battle of the borough's plus a few more enslaved turn this fall as Connecticut joins, the mix in addition to those eight other regions, each event has had a price full of $50,000 and is held in fortnite registration is already closed for these fall match. The matches are set to begin on November 6th with the regional finals of December 13th at the Grand finals on November 20th. So we'll is director of communications. I totally get why other regions had to be included around New York, but I found New Yorkers could be a little bit testy about their Burrows. If you had any pushback from New Yorkers of the inclusion of those added regions like log, I like, Connecticut and upstate, New York. You know, it's funny you say that, you know, I grew up in Queens, right? So I definitely fundamentally understand the the amount of pride that that New Yorkers have when you're looking at a local metro area. I actually think that us going to more inclusive route and in bringing in, you know, Connecticut, obviously this time parts of Upstate New York and New Jersey. I think it actually just adds fuels the competitive fire. I think whether you're from Brooklyn or you're on the other side of the river in Jersey or Staten Island, there's there's always something special about where you're from and there's always something you don't like about where someone else is from so, you know, the the lines have been have been drawn in traditional sports for a while among a lot of different professional teams in New York and different sports package and we kind of embraced being New York see Sports org and and welcoming the larger tri-state area metro area if you will and we thought it was actually pretty fitting so long. We we really didn't get any pushback. I think that everyone was just kind of be here to jump in and compete and so who who was the best Long Island? Obviously one of the first competition so we're excited to see if Connecticut coming in now shakes it up a little bit. I love to see it. You know,

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"new york field" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"new york field" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Was delightful. Anita now on with the body found by Ming found my name isn't going. Yeah, I represent the playoffs. Read my mind. I do have a plan even if my paths are bag. I oppose your society Editor via Isn't it taking And I have a nose for news too. Well, No, not exactly. And no one knows it Because of what the possible for me to smell. That's what you think. Funny, but I have connected with the New York building ground won't know It isn't exactly a really feels only either because you will go down down down people that we know. We know. Thank you. Anyway for the New York Field, always put something, please. It's time for you to blow. Good, But this isn't the only favor. I have worked on. No. The first time was on the Philadelphia Post in the Washington Post in the Boston Post. I tell you, Alan Dogs line Well, additional happens, Mr Wing. We're not interested in your life. It's all and also just so happens that I am disappointed because I came here to get a suit. And this is not a to know It's not even a phone call. Just peddle your papers that that doesn't think you're so smart lady. Wait. I find you to be just a ragtag and about crowd of ne'er do well what? Yeah, now you've just got me into it, so good bye. We're rid of him. Wait, come to the high spot of, uh Oh, good. You mean we're going home now? You know we're going to unveil your presence on veil it Well, what is it? An Oriental dancer. Don't be silly. I'll even give you one market. Yeah. What do you think is behind that wrong Christians? That your dirty laundry? No Now attention, everybody. Then it gives me great pleasure to present this masterpiece to my dear little friend. How can I now unveil it, Do you? I think. What have you What competition? What coloring down? What is it like to know, Charlie? It's a painting of you made going. Rachel A on What do you mean? Look at it. I got two noses and bull's eyes on the same side on my serialism. The one who can wonderful camera, is it? He's got all that pain on. It looks, though the artist painted himself into a corner, then couldn't get out to prove it looks wonderful. Yeah, you can't get pineapple, a slapping Charlie. It's a pity resentment and just think he painted it with a palette knife owes Allie did it. I thought he sat on it before it was dying. You don't understand this artist, which only in oil Yeah, well, you must have done that one. He was pretty well lubricated. Well, time in the clients agree with Charlie. I don't think this painting does justice. Well, so what He called $300.400 dollars. Bergen wouldn't even pay a buck for blue boy with a bad hand. Yeah, he was. He said Yes. I must say the price is rather steep for the work of an unknown ideas. He's not unknown. He's Michelangelo. Leonardo Next. Well, Max, my brother. Oh, that's all that does that way. God, I have you know, my brother is a great or great artist, The brothers that died Don't forget you are in this picture, and you're going to paper. Not while I'm still alive. Well, not I did. Yeah. Don't take it. No, no, no, no. You keep out of this, you Monica stick or I'll stick you on my knee high. You're gonna find it. You set up a pig in your ears and use you for a whole three. I'd like to see you tried. Why do you glance Fiona? Why wouldn't I have that picture? If you gave it to me for nothing, And that's just the way I'm going to give it to you right over your making, begging you will train.

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"new york field" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"new york field" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Home for us the vulnerability we felt Being attacked on our home soil that way, finding out that it was a simple as people boarding airplanes with a box cutters and taking over those planes to do the damage that they did, and who knows what else was planned. But it changed for so many of us from air travel to the other things we've done, But it also changed how we looked at homeland security and terrorism. Joining me right now is Steve Hooper, who has spent 30 years with the FBI. He is now a professor of memory Real School of intelligence. And teaching the next generation of Intel gatherers and the people that will protect us digitally and otherwise. Steve, Where were you? As far as your career goes? Where were you? And what were you doing with the FBI on 9 11? Hi, Mike. Good morning. Well, I was assigned to FBI headquarters. In fact, my office was on the seventh floor just found from the director's office. And Ah, and of course it was Director Mueller, who had just been sworn in, and so there was chaos on that floor. I happen to be On a on assignment in the Albany, New York Field office and was actually on the road in the car, listening to all this unfolding on the radio by myself, which was a very helpless feeling. I've got to tell you So how? How immediate were the changes Once it was realised who these people were and what they did when you started getting the feeling or at least or are they were starting to say there's going to be changes in your mission as an agent with the FBI. So, uh, there's so many stories within the story, you know, and everyone knows that the FBI at that point changed the The old adage of turning an aircraft carrier around an FBI. Ah, ahs. The FBI as an agency was what I like to call I tell my students the before 9 11, which is Crazy when I'm talking to my students, because most of them if they were one or two that Zola's they were, there were some that weren't even born yet which is scary to think. But So this is an historic event that they weren't even around for, But I explained to them that the FBI was a law enforcement agency. Primarily, we were in the intelligence community on the counter intelligence side chasing spies. But we weren't a proactive preventative agency and frankly, nobody was and way were what I call a seaman locked man up agency. Crime happens. The FBI goes out investigates that finds out who did it locks him up onto the next case. 9 11 changed that. Remember the mantra after the attacks was never again and that became the expectations and it still is, and we live in this Crazy world of expectations that this can never happen again. So when bad things happen The first thing that is said is How did we miss it? Intelligence failure. Who wasn't who didn't do their job. And so the criticism comes out right away because we've taken on this expectation in this country that this can never happen again. And, ah, it might be a ah, situation where they were with no way we can say that it will never happen again. The world is what it is. There's evil in the world. But the the FBI developed a Counterterrorism, proactive approach, and we all know the formation of the joint terrorism task forces. We went from one in New York. The one in every field office in sometimes in some field office. When you look at the changes that have been made with the FBI, the joint terrorism task force we've talked about this before. Sometimes it appears to a civilian like you're playing whack a mole that that there are so many out so many threats out there. The ability to gauge wish ones of the most serious and which ones need direct attention and 24 hour attention versus keeping eye on others. How does that assessment happen? And it's gotta change in real time, sometimes. Absolutely the two biggest changes in the FBI. The development of a proactive counterterrorism approach the GS but also the FBI's domestic intelligence collection capability. And so those to join together among all the other programs also But those two took over the priority, and that's what the bureau deals with its prioritization, and they prioritize what is the most critical threat today? It could be different tomorrow. Perfect Example is the Boston Marathon bombers. I mean, that was a perfect example of the next day. The Monday morning quarterback intelligence failure. How did we not know the Russians told us about the bottom line is the Boston Field office to your point? Has dozens of cases and they have to prioritize routinely. It has to be part of their daily culture is what is the most significant threat that day? The brothers were not the number one threat. They were obviously focused on something else, and security was Heavy and strong at the marathon. But, yeah, you know, it's it's just It's part of the FBI's world now is to try to prioritize. Focus on that number one threat on when that highest priority friend has stopped, and I will say the FBI stops way more than it alleged through, so I'll defend him on that. But it's all this intelligence, both joint terrorism task force, multiple agency intelligence sharing. And, uh, And a preventative approach in priority by prioritizing the threat. I I'm glad you mentioned the fact that they stopped more than we ever know about. I know I don't want you can't give away secrets, obviously, but there are so many things that are going on and threats that have been stopped. That nobody will ever hear about. Thank God because they weren't ever they weren't ever able to affect what they were trying to do. Correct. Right? I mean, how do you prove a negative You know when you stop something way early. They're and they haven't even gotten down the road to now..

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"new york field" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"new york field" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Some of them in that time period around when trump team members are being spied on did you pay for someone to spy on your preferred presidential candidate with your tax dollars I thought still road kind of interesting that steel sampler and helpers hammer seem to know each other it could have crossed paths in the New York field office don't worry Joe the FBI story here is that the dossier had nothing to do with them starting the case remember now he said they didn't get the dossier until September and they started the case in July right remember yeah because they said we got this tip about George Papadopoulos from the Australian government dossier had nothing to do with it follow the timeline yeah July thirty first FBI opens the case against trump FBI swears on record it wasn't because of the dossier we didn't get that until September that's after July it's fascinating because Lisa page an FBI lawyer when questioned on the record up on Capitol Hill she said that the New York field office had this information in the dossier when July twenty eighth one for I thought they said they got in September it had nothing to do with them over the case why would they say that because they don't like you believe they used the pee pee tape to investigate a presidential candidate that's why except shockingly two guys who worked in the New York field office handling the two main sources in the case C. internal these two sources that are giving information to the office they used to work in but three days before they open the case of the sea but don't worry nobody talked nobody was all up in New York we don't know anything about a DC making matters even worse and I'll wrap this up not the boggle your mind with spike itself they should just to be crystal clear here both helpers Himmler and steals handler worked together in the New York office that got the dossier or portions of the July twenty eight despite the FBI swearing Tuesday we didn't get until September because they want you to believe they open the because of this Papadopoulos K. that is clearly one hundred percent garbage I wanna know what's so much who prepared the FISA document who left out the exculpatory information I want to know what he was telling geda was he telling him Hey Mike I remember my guy helper but Mike okay yeah but I mean we worked and we had a guy yeah I don't know yeah we got some information that's bad for trump if his great game all my gosh I got information to know Mike I steal yes steal yeah I think we sent something New York let's do that maybe a photograph of the CBO but it is happen seems kind of coincidental now of course making matters worse it always gets worse after they opened up a case on George Papadopoulos Carter page and Paul Manafort the FBI August tenth member they open up the general case July thirty first a month later in August they opened specific cases on those three page Papadopoulos Amanda for August tenth all of a sudden somebody who's got a grudge against Mike Flynn must have been like you're not open up a case on Mike Flynn you know that guy the guy who knows a lot of dirt about the intelligence committee I think we need a case about him we do we do well who shows up August eleventh yes so much guy however the day after they don't open the case on Flynn and magically Joe he has information about Flynn once it's resolved Hey fellas yeah I got this guy I don't know what happened he's coincidently knows all these people might wanna try maybe you should talk to and what happened just a few days later on August sixteenth they open up a case against Mike went to based on nothing at all but rumor innuendo in PP PP stuff it's a PPO I can't say that enough I know it's gross but it just that's what the dossier once paid prostitutes to urinate on a bed if you know anything about Donald Trump is germaphobe yet you would have laughed this story out of the newspapers and they want but you don't you just fell into the TDS level six area do your own embarrassment by the way eternal embarrassment not not out we laugh at you to this day we had history trust me even liberal history at some point will have to laugh at you they will they'll be like you fell for the P. P. stuff oh my gosh what a moron by the way the chapter on so my my book is a lot more detail walks through the whole thing you're gonna be like wait how did we not know this guy now does it make sense why they may be hiding this guy Hey did you bring a helper in on August tenth on August eleventh are you talking to gala well you have a helper as Gator was handling steel is steel and help were you the conduit that helper right some information the dossier did you help him get information in the Steele dossier kind of.

"new york field" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"new york field" Discussed on KOMO

"Up the Colbert reporting system is overwhelmed I'm Brian Calvert with some technical difficulties and a big red flag for parole Washington will get your traffic and weather coming up in four minutes but first the latest from ABC news good morning it's six ABC news Shiri prestin medic in New York City the epicenter of the covert nineteen outbreak here in the U. S. says it's a misconception to think the coronavirus only strikes older people or those with pre existing conditions I think people need to understand that there is no one that's exempt from this virus is hitting all age groups all ethnicities or backgrounds unfortunately there's no rhyme or reason that we know of who's getting it worse than others tech Chapman says they're seeing patients in their twenties and thirties with no underlying health conditions ending up and to be added on ventilators the USNS mercy is docked in New York field hospitals been set up in Central Park in the glass enclosed jeep the Jacob Javits convention center has been converted into a medical facility the army corps of engineers lieutenant general Todd summit I'd says they want to do it in other places too two big type of thought one is hotels in dormitories were doing a lot of those the other one is large big open spaces filled off bills and convention center New York governor Andrew Cuomo asking healthcare workers to come to New York if they're able the the soldiers quarter on quarter of this war are the nurses and the doctors and healthcare professionals and we have a health system that can't handle this capacity in Los Angeles ABC's Matt Gutman has been talking with nurse Lindsay Burrell who says of her call with patients and their dying alone in a.

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"new york field" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"new york field" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"We're just talking about Stephen so much the guy who will put all the lies left out the exculpatory evidence about Carter page in the FISA warrant applications we just got a call I we just got a tax I'm an FBI agent I check the directory and so much is currently a field supervisor in the New York field office I think that's like being a you know a sergeant or a lieutenant you know I mean it's not all the way up the ladder but it's it's only just being a simple it's simple but just being a field agent so we're with death where is thy sting isn't a it's like a it's like that guy PM PGA the guy that was the guy that interviewed the flan with Schrock I mean he was he was like a you know button number three or four guys in the San Francisco office which is a huge office until his name got out and now they've they've disappeared him like Stalin used to deal with members of the politburo who fell out of favor no I don't wear it again if you're still listen and the man was where P. NK is I don't think he's on any of the depth charge though anymore he's been like I said he's been banished but anyway there's there's more to get to hear in the stop for the you know that this this is just this is just so bad it's just keeps going on and on and on and there's the I mean I think bar wants to get to the bottom of it but he he's you know he's having to move slowly and as for Christopher Wray he's just he's as worthless as memories on a mall if you know what I'm saying all right time now for the chump line all right the stock markets dropping like a rock which I printed it the lock will bomb a country very well put you.

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"new york field" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"new york field" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Jersey office for the IRS he is advising residents of a few warning signs and straight up scams to look out for as we lead up to tax day special agent Robert glance in the New York field office says when choosing a tax return preparer you want to avoid anyone who promises a larger refund than last year if they know nothing about your financial situation air bases their feet on a percentage of your refund again you do not want use that prepare if you got a call from the quote I arrest unquote he adds no that the agency would never threaten you or create this big sense of urgency or ask for payment in the form of a prepaid debit card the no fly me on New Jersey one a one point five news somebody jerseys first news five twenty five a freak accident is killed South Jersey man forty year old Paul berry working on a car in his driveway when the vehicle rolled on top of it the accident happened early in the day apparently by state police didn't get a call until after two AM governor Murphy visiting Rutgers University to announce a package of ethics in government reforms he wants the legislature to approve spanning from lobbying to financial disclosure to the transparency of the legislative process for if he says about the clause or modernize the Jersey ins can regain faith about the way business is conducted in the state house Indian unprecedented access to the political process these proposals will shine light into the dark corners or politics and re instill faith as best we can those elected to serve are there to serve the people all the people not the special or their own interests there are nine ideas spread across five bills they have bipartisan sponsors but some ideas such as making more legislative record.

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2 Giuliani associates connected to Ukraine probe arrested — live updates

The Nicole Sandler Show

09:56 min | 2 years ago

2 Giuliani associates connected to Ukraine probe arrested — live updates

"Big breaking news story today because there was at least one day to foreign business associates of Donald Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani have been charged with a scheme to route foreign money into US elections this according to a newly unsealed indictment their names are alleged Parnis and eager fruman they were arrested last night at Dose International Airport as they attempted to leave the country and what we learned from the the FBI's announced in today is they were in the possession of a one way ticket out of the country interesting by the way they lunch yesterday in DC with Rudy Giuliani I wonder who tipped them off about the indictment I'm guessing someone's going to investigate that someone tipped them off because they were getting ready to flee the country just saying they have been under investigation by the US attorney his office in Manhattan and they were in court in Virginia today actually I the last I checked before we came on the air the judge had said something along the lines of okay so the judge is holding them over oh they're so every time I look on twitter there's more stuff like this Chuck Schumer said there are now new reports very troubling that the two Giuliani Associates are being indicted on criminal charges by the Southern District of New York Giuliani has been involved to his neck in this entire mess he has an obligation to testify under growth so he can be asked questions okay Rebecca Ball Haas from the Wall Street Journal says Rulli Rudy Giuliani tells the Wall Street Journal that they were headed to Vienna for business reasons year right he says they've traveled there between three and six times in the last two months and that he was scheduled to me with them and they were turned in the coming days then why didn't they have a return ticket you know by an open ended ticket if you don't know when you're coming back just saying the judge I guess was deciding on bail or or something yeah I mean every almost every tweet I feed is about them let me go back to the indictment according to the indictment parnis fruman and other defendants conspired to circumvent the Federal Laws Against Barn influence by engaging in a scheme to funnel foreign money to candidates for federal office so that the defendants could buy potential influ silence with them the indictment says partisan fruman committed to raising twenty thousand dollars or more in two thousand eighteen for a quote then sitting US congressman well we'll identify that person in moment from whom they also sought help in removing the US ambassador to Ukraine who is removed not too long ago by the trump administration she's the one who supposed to be testifying tomorrow but although she's no longer the US ambassador Ukraine and she's still works for the State Department therefore their prohibition on anyone cooperating with Congress will probably come into play but of course they haven't said what's going to happen tomorrow yet anyway back to the indictment Fruman donated twenty seven hundred dollars to this congressman identified in the indictment has congressman one and also gave in Parnassus name both of them donated to Dallas area were public representative Pete Sessions who actually lost in twenty eighteen and is trying to make a comeback in in a waco based district and is believed to be congressman one as referenced in the indictment that would be pete sessions no relation to although they seem to share the same amount of brain cells to simplify Senator Chris Murphy of Connecticut tweeted out let's be clear about what just happened the two russian-born ringleaders of the Ukraine scandal just got arrested for making hundreds of thousands of dollars of illegal contributions to trump's really Shen F. Y. I. None of this is on the level so that's what that's what Chris Murphy said here's Bill Sweeney he's the assistant director of the FBI's New York field office in their little press announcement of the indictment just about an hour ago last night at Washington does International Airport the FBI live in Eagle on campaign finance related charges as they attempted to leave the United States Andre Kukushkin was arrested in San Francisco shortly thereafter David Korea the fourth individual charged in today's indictment is in our custody campaign finance dance laws exists for a reason the American people expect and deserve an election process that has not been corrupted by the influence of foreign interest and the public has a right to know the true source of campaign contributions laws make up the fabric of who we are as a nation these allegations are not about some technicality a civil violation or an error on a form this investigation is about corrupt behavior deliberate lawbreaking you hear that the FBI takes the obligation tackle corruption seriously there are no exceptions to this rule we gather evidence we collect facts and we will act on them when appropriate as Jeff mentioned our investigation will continue the investigation will continue so that's the official word from the FBI now I recorded this update from NBC News a few hours ago things may have changed since then but this is Tom Winter on the arrest of these to what you know all the news reports are identifying them as russian-born they are but from what I can gather what I understand is they're both American citizens now according to the indictment outer about may or in June of two thousand eighteen partisan firm and the two people that were talking about committed to raise twenty thousand dollars more for them sitting US congressman identified as congressman number one in addition to that they were going to raise some funds here I'm just going to kind of skim through this As far as another account that he had at around the same time foreignness infirm and committed to raising those funds for Congressman Parnasse met with Congressman one in soccer Congressman's assistance in causing the government to remove or recall the then US ambassador to Ukraine parties efforts to remove the ambassador were conducted at least in part at the request of one or more Ukrainian government officials moreover in an effort to reach their contribution commitment to congressman one of their political goals in about June two thousand eighteen after Framingham already made the maximum seventy twenty seven hundred dollar contribution a congressman one paid for another minimum twenty seven hundred contract Asian to congressman that was made in reported in Parnassus name essentially what we're talking about here is that these people were donating directly in illegally into a den sitting US Congressperson lovely clear if that person is still in Congress they're not identified in the court papers in order to remove a recall the bastard or something that actually did occur dishes that they describe how money came from a foreign national through these men as part of their conspiracy it'd be donated to those political causes mentioned before as you stated both are expected to appear in court later today I'm just going through the indictment now it's twenty one page and diepen that's been handed up and has just become unsealed that's why we have a copy of it this is now the second time that a foreign national or foreign nationals have been able to you basically flow of money through US persons into a political account or campaign account or some sort of a grow president trump fund that's Tom Winners from NBC News since that a report there's been more developments just just coming one after another after another here's a couple a kaitlan collins of CNN tweeted the US Attorney said the three hundred and twenty five thousand dollar donate shen get that amount that partisan firm and made to committee one I think that's congressman one it should have been one of the largest donations it had received CNN has ident- Oak Committee CNN has identified that committee as America first action it's chaired by Linda McMahon the former head of the small business administration oh I didn't realize she was already out okay then Rudy Giuliani's indicted UK Ukraine henchman gave thousands of dollars to House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy Oh and the dragnet gets wider and wider lovely there's all kinds of stuff empty wheel our friend Marcy Wheeler tweeted so three days ago doubt he's the attorney represent joining these two guys who used to be trump's attorney member the Chunky Guy Anyway three days ago dowd says Parnasse and Fruman won't testify then the White House releases Cipriani's letter that a page letter refusing to cooperate and DOJ says USB Nixon was wrongly decided then Rudy lunches with the accused criminals then they try to flee the country oh what a tangled web we weave yeah

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"new york field" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"new york field" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The court cited claims that the head of ISIS New York field office complained about Ribe yours protests before his detention, so far there's been no response from the government rain is likely today. Highs near six. Fifty one degrees. Showers and thunderstorms are possible later tonight right now, fifty two degrees with some fog and mist it's thirty four support for NPR comes from WNYC members and from capitol one offering a variety of credit card options with features for a range of customers from foodies travelers Capital One what's in your wallet credit approval required capital. One Bank USA NA and zoom. Zoom offers cloud video conferencing, online meetings and video conference room solution in one platform, featuring digital video and audio with screen sharing account registration and more at zoom dot US. This is morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin in Washington DC and I'm Steve Inskeep. In Beijing in a Chinese city a little bit east of here. We found a public square and old stone column honors Marco Polo, the European visited China more than seven hundred years ago. Now, China is pointing in the other direction financing, railways and seaports pipelines. Leading toward Europe. We are in China. For today's forum where president Xi Jinping is promoting his belt and road initiative. So let's go five thousand miles from Beijing westward across Eurasia to Paris NPR's Eleanor Beardsley found Europeans deciding how to answer China inside this Paris hub for startups. I made one of the actors of Europe's financial tech revolution. My name is Andy Gua, I was born in China in nineteen seventy nine forty year old gua- created her company silk may to help French businesses interface with Chinese tours who want to pay with their smartphones says she founded silk, pay after an Pippen during a trip home to China in two thousand fifteen and notice that even my mom starting to use a mobile phone to make it payment that I have never seen Europe. Kuwa- says French companies are now lining up for silk pay and she's expanding her business into Italy and Spain the biggest countries for Chinese. Tours after France inches. More than two million Chinese tourists visited France last year. You can hear Mandarin being spoken in Paris grandiose gallery. Lafayette department store twenty one year old she mill us as her compatriots love Europe. They love Paris love Milan. And the Flores because it's the original sit he'll always about shopping. Yes. He's always about Chevy end up outside seen place is a combination of the two. Yeah. Europe is China's biggest trading.

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Groups sue U.S. to stop deportation hearings by videoconference in New York

The Takeaway

04:02 min | 3 years ago

Groups sue U.S. to stop deportation hearings by videoconference in New York

"In June of last year, immigration and customs enforcement New York field office made an announcement. It would no longer take detained migrants to court hearings in person. Instead it would hold hearings exclusively through video-teleconferences on Tuesday. The Brooklyn defender services and other legal organizations filed a class action lawsuit against ice challenging this move. Joining me in our studios is Andrea science an attorney with the New York immigrant family unity project at Brooklyn defender services. They provide free lawyers to detained low income immigrants. Thanks for being with us. Andrea thank you for having me. So can you tell us why you filed this lawsuit? What's wrong with hearings by teleconference? So what's happening? Now is that instead of in years prior where our clients were sitting next to us at these hearings that determine whether or not they're going to be free going to be back with their families are going to be. Deported to a country where they possibly face persecution or harm. They are being beamed in by television show, and it's simply not a fair hearing is the bottom line. They are not giving given the opportunity to fully participate in their hearings to communicate with our council to see the evidence against them. And we think it's fundamentally wrong and unfair for the most important person in the hearing to be the only one who's not in the room for people who don't know how it works. Can you explain how it's used and how much now what's happening right now at Baruch is that every single hearing is being done by video. So it's not just for a routine scheduling conference, you know, come back next month. All the here's a smiling deadline people are appearing by video further. Bond hearings were they're being asked to testify for their own freedom for hearings were were determining whether they're mentally competent enough to even understand what the hearing is about. And most importantly for hearings that are about their entire defense to remove all including whether they can stay permanently with their families or whether they have a case for asylum. So every single. Kind of hearing is being done on video, and what's the justification for why the are using video teleconferencing? Well, the agency has told us a couple of different things they've told us that they had to do. So for security purposes, there's been protested Eric in the past and that has not stopped the production of people safely to court. And they've also basically told us that it's efficient, and we think that due process is more important than efficiency. And that in fact, as we explain the lawsuit we've had enormous inefficiencies from this policy because the technology has been so problematic that we've had to adjourn hearing after hearing, can you give us an examples to tell us how you've seen this practice play out with with your clients. Sure. I think there's a couple of different categories of how this has hurt our clients. The first is that they are in detention for a really long time where we can't hold their hearing properly. The government has maintained that this is a fish. I'm actually the opposite has happened where we've had days where the hearing couldn't even start because we couldn't connect by video. We couldn't get the interpreter online or. Something happened during the hearing where we needed to ask our client. What do you think you look at this evidence? What we need to take a decision in this moment, but we can't confidentially speak to our client in that moment. So we have to adjourn the entire hearing. And then drive out to jail the next day and talk to them and come back and do it. So we've had clients who had to sit in detention for another two or three months because of what happened in the hearing that's one category. And then when we go and see them we've had dozens of clients tell us, I don't know what happened. Can you? Explain it to me. I couldn't hear I didn't understand what the judge said. And the other category is just that we think that the judges aren't able to assess our clients credibility, or what's really going on with them over a screen and the complaint talks about some of those clients in the lawsuit, including a client who had to talk about his sexual orientation over a video in a situation where he didn't feel like it was confidential, and you can imagine how that affects your -bility to tell your story in another client who had serious, cognitive, limitations and sobbed. Uncontrollably during his hearing, and we couldn't finish the hearing in time and it got adjourned. And in the end, the judge denied both of those cases, and we feel like

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"new york field" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

14:07 min | 3 years ago

"new york field" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"A month. I believe one of the biggest banks for the buck and all the internet. Plus, we're also vailable twenty four seven and our YouTube channel operation freedom. I'd like to thank those of you who have reached out in the past half hour. The interview I did with Dr Jane Hughes, and in particular, we were speaking about ObamaCare healthcare policy, but we'd also got into some of the issues as relates to what transpired this past week with Andrew Cuomo in New York and also this governor north. In Virginia and their policies about. What is actually going beyond abortion infanticide? I'd like to thank you for your support your comments for those of you their premium service subscribers the podcast will be available by nine pm tonight. I encourage you to listen to the entire show because I believe today's show has been fantastic. But in particular that segment I believe is one you want to dial up very quickly. And I assure you the information that Jane, and I discussed and our perspective is as being clinicians for thirty years. You will not see here. Read or experience in the lame stream fake media. My next guest is an incredible investigative journalist. In fact, she has a track record that is really unparalleled. When it comes to unearthing information that the bought off lame stream faked media will never touch. She did it again this week. She presented information that every American should know about yet. The fake media will never ever let see the white day, Tracy beans is a listener supported independent investigative journalist with a focus on political corruption currently focusing on the Trump spying scandal. Her work has been featured on a number of different platforms, including zero hedge the gateway pundit, the conservative tree house, and many other outlets. Just her story on Loretta Lynch's involvement in threatening the New York field office over the Weiner laptop and its contents garnered significant significant notoriety, and she continues to break down important details as I mentioned that the mainstream now lame stream fake bought off media ignores. She's been categorized. And she has stated that what she does. With her efforts is quote, conquering the wise and uncovering the truth, and quote, she has incredible courage. It's my honor to welcome back our platform, Tracy beans, Tracy. Welcome back to operation freedom. Hey, it's so good to be here. I love coming on Sundays with you. So wonderful. I love and our listeners love having you aboard Tracy Tracy about a year ago. Actually, I'll put a date on January twelve twenty eighteen I presented to folks on my platform that the inspector general the department of Justice, Michael Horowitz. Had handed over some information. This gets confirmed actually by Chad pergram from Fox News had handed over information. As it relates to the fake Russian hoax scandal and the department of Justice's involvement FBI's involvement to congress, and it just so happens that a couple of days later, Devin Nunes came out, and that's when he started pushing out the his his memos that got everybody in the global syndicate all wired up. Many people have chastise me saying well, not much came of that. Although I disagree with them. If you look at the number of FBI in department of Justice officials that have either been fired terminated resigned reassigned under investigation, but they feel as though he is a player for the deep state. In fact, I completely disagree with them this week you presented some information that I believe the fake media. I don't know of anybody in the fake media has touched is in it relates to Michael Horowitz and the office of the inspector General Department of Justice and an investigative summary. Yeah. Yeah. And I couldn't it was one of those stories we start getting show a year. Putting the pieces together. You know, he he released us investigative summary that he he did at. I, you know, it looks like he's you know, he's doing the investigation that that's still to be released that report, and sometimes you have an offshoot you find something else criminal or or some other malfeasance, and you have to do a kind of side investigation on that. And do you know your own report on that? And instead releasing that whole report like he did in the Andrew McCabe case, he released a summary with very confusing and vague details. But if you start to dig their you find that they're basically, I guarantee three very high ranking FBI officials one retired to still curry we're working with it as a subcontractor, and the subcontractor is basically he they found that the subcontractor violated all kinds of walls and performed what are known as inherent governmental function. So if you look up what those are in the manual of the federal acquisition regulations, you'll see that one of them is counter intelligence or intelligence operation and kind of like piecing things back together knowing what we know about the abuse of the seven you queries. And the fact that Harwich is looking into fight abuse. We can see that it's likely, and I I'm I'm really going to take on this one. I think this contractor. They're they're admonishing fusion GPS. I agree after after after reviewing your dissection, Tracy. I think I think young covered it. I'm I'm I'm really certain. And the reason the reason that really nailed it home for me, Dave is the last admonishment in there about person conflict of interest. Violation. And we know that fusion GPS had hired Nellie or to dig into Donald Trump's children and all kinds of other things. And we know that Nellie or is married to Bruce OR, cool, then funnel that information back into the FBI. After you know, she was done with it. So if given the personal conflict of interest line, putting all those pieces together, and I think that that Michael Horowitz is really uncovering some crazy. Crazy stuff. And we know that there was you know, there was abuse of the system by contractors, specifically FBI contractors? We learned all that a year, you know, two thousand seventeen so this is big I really do a little bit blown away by it to be honest. Well, let me read what you're would you wrote for your conclusion, quote, what this means in terms of our countries even more destructive than previous country is even more destructive than previously imagined a government contractor fusion GPS being paid concurrently. Concurrently by our government and the campaign of an opposing political candidate Hillary Clinton. Utilize the most sensitive information available. The FIS information about US persons and created a false narrative fake Russian hack to either or fake Russian dossier to either prevent or in the case he was elected unseat and render ineffective the president of the United States. Michael Horowitz, seems to be getting to the bottom of this inquiry. Yeah. Yup. Tracey. This is this is sedition. It is it's horrible. It's horrifying it. You know, you think it can't get worse. And and it gets worse and worse and worse. And the only thing is that you know, that gives me some solace says yes, this was referred back the FBI for action. But the fact that it's being written about and this will come out it. It's not a case of this isn't going to people. I today. I mean, you know, the investigative summaries released he's probably holding back the report because you don't either come out in tandem with the Pfizer report or there's criminal investigations going on. And so he's hoping it back to that you mentioned three FBI officials. Yeah. Do you wanna talk about who you think they are? Yeah, we can. And you know, the biggest point here. I think too is that it doesn't really matter. It matters at the end of the day, everything said and done. But for the crux of the story. It doesn't matter 'cause you know, whoever they were happened. Anyway, it's the process the process that was criminal. Exactly. Exactly. So, but yeah, I mean, you know, giving it a little bit there some contention over whether McCabe was fired or he retired. We're still kind of in the middle on that. And and then I was thinking maybe maybe it's Baker. And then I was thinking definitely probably priest apple leave it or not and people don't agree with me on that. And I think it's Dana bonds as well. Tracy. Many people have stated that my support of Michael Horowitz. The inspector general of the department of Justice is. Misplaced. That's been kind that. He in fact is part of the problem and not part of the solution. What's your take? I don't agree with that at all. And and you know, people site that he's he's an SEF's employees. I have new guys almost everybody is an SDS employees define wait for our listeners SAS defined that. Yeah. Senior executive service. It's like a group of of protection it basically, it's protection. So you basically can't be fired. It's it's it's very complicated. But it's a it's a protection and a lot of breath. Have this protection it it's sort of like an its own government in a way is that is that good for short X. That's perfect. But here's the interesting, Tracy, again, tell me if I'm wrong, but since he brought that information to congress January twelfth of twenty eighteen a tremendous amount has happened. Yeah. Yes. And you know, don't don't discount. The fact that I did a whole piece on the fact that Horowitz was handcuffed by Obama, and when congress to fight against Obama and what he was doing to the office of inspector general and department of Justice specifically with fast and furious. You know, he was basically they changed the rules. So that Eric Holder would have to okay document releases to the office of inspector general, which completely defeats the purpose of having an office of inspector general, so so he fought against that for years and finally got protections place. So that that would be reversed. And you know, people say also the meteoric camera report that he did saying, oh, he didn't do what he was supposed to do. And Jack report was damning you what? You know, people read the conclusion page, Dave. And they said, oh, this is this is bull. I'm like. Wow. Read the report guys is damning, right? And there are reports actually that his conclusions were actually modified by other players the conclusion section because as you mentioned when you read the report. It's damaging it's damaging to the swamp rats. Absolutely. It is. And you know, there there are some arguments with him that are valid. You know, we're learning a little bit more. Now about some of the things that seemed to have been admitted that should have been in there and ask me to recall specifically what that is. I think it's I think it has something to do with his referral to the intelligence community. Oh, I g about the meta data that Clinton's emails were viewed by foreign actors. But overall, I have to tell you that he he seems to be doing what he's especially given this report it is this summary report didn't come out. I would be like all right. What's he doing taking a really long time for this one that come out, but this summary report, if it is what we think it is? Well, this report is going to be fame. Well, I actually I believe it was at his congressional hearing where it came out. And I think. Not Mark meadows. But. I'm blanking on his name from Jim Jordan from Ohio was pushing him on that who else was viewing Hillary's emails, and somehow they got on the track of China. Yes, not surprised that was that was under his testimony. Yeah. You're right. I actually forgot about that. You're absolutely right. Yeah. And and that's not surprising at all. And, you know, no coincidence worth seeing the prosecution of wow way, which is another piece. I recently did as well. So, you know, I wouldn't none of us. I don't think I don't think this was an accident. I don't think you do either. Then that China was being given the secrets we have Feinstein who's been wrapped up in this for goodness knows how long McAuliffe so many of them. So no accident there. Right. Exactly. I don't I don't I don't I don't think there's any accident and in any of that. And so so, Tracy. When folks are what folks including me have said, the that this declassification, the President Trump called foreign September seventeenth twenty eighteen of the Faisal documents of the text between between McColl me and call me and McCabe, and and the three zero two forms of Bruce or are very important in need to happen. And President Trump each actually demanded that September seventeenth two thousand eighteen unredacted send them and now and they've been slow walked..

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"new york field" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"new york field" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"All right. Let's get right to it. So big takeaways from Bill price steps. Now, what we have a portions of his testimony being public. What he set up on the hill. Takeaway number one. This one's I'm going to go with the mile this first into the biggest bombshell at the end. He he tries to deflect many times price that when asked about the mouse seasons the FBI investigation at the Trump, the spy gate controversy the Clinton investigation and others. He talks about a lot of these investigations. And he says, hey, listen, I was appointed into this role as the head of the counter until the vision I inherited the investigation that's his quote now, I led with the mildest I because I'm going to be candid with you my experience a federal agent. I was a secret service agent for twelve years working cases for about seven of those. And it is not uncommon to inherited case. And Joe, I know you kind of dig these inside baseball stories. Yeah. The way this happens is people in field officers when I got transferred to the Melville field office on Long Island, New York from the New York field office, someone got transferred out now that person has a bunch of criminal cases. They're working they can no longer work because they're not located in the office. They can be called to testify, of course. But they're not going to be the lead agent on the case anymore. So you inherit cases halfway through which again, folks, I gotta tell you. It's pretty annoying. You never worked a case. You never met the bad guys. You never interviewed him. You gotta read through case files and try to understand people. You've never met. I went to trial on a case like that. And and I I remember the case like it was yesterday, and I have to tell you. It was a train wreck. I was new I just didn't really understand what was going on in the case as well as I should have despite reading it fifteen twenty times price steps trying to wiggle out of this saying, hey, I inherited these things I didn't pick these teams I didn't pick Peter stroke so to be fair to price step. And I think he may be trying to do the right thing here in some respects inheriting, an investigation is tough. He should've sensed what was going on. But that was one take away from it the mildest, but there's another one in here. There's a couple other big bombshells. Here's the other one. He talks about these transfers into this division right after the Hilary Clinton Email investigation is opened up..

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"new york field" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"new york field" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"You can break the family finances of basically every single federal law enforcement and national security agent in the country and think of all you could accomplish with just that one move. I mean for one you actually do risk national security by making all of those people potentially more susceptible to compromise. There's a reason why financial strain is a big red flag when it comes to security clearances, right and law enforcement and national security jobs. Putting all of the people in this country in all of those jobs under serious, financial strain. All at once. It does systematically increase their potential susceptibility to compromise or corruption. An even better than that. I mean in one fell swoop with just this one trick you screw up all of their careers. You can create security clearance problems for all of them all at once by putting them all under financial strain. And in so doing you can in a lasting way. Make the FBI and other federal law enforcement in national security agencies seem like super risky and demoralizing places to work make it harder from here to eternity for them to ever recruit. The best talent in the air. Right. I mean that's going to happen. Every year that the FBI and other law enforcement and national security agencies are hiring from here on out. They're going to go to grad schools. They're going to go to colleges they're going to they're going to seek talent everywhere they can all over the country and people who have other options, you want to come work for the guy might be a few months where you don't get paid. But you still have to work every day. Second be you starting a family. I mean think about what this does to law enforcement and national security agents agencies and their ability to hire the best, especially if they want to hire people who have some sort of perverse desired actually be paid for going to work every day. Last week. We reported that the New York field office of the FBI had started a food Bank for their agents and their families. Now, David wrote at the New Yorker reports that the FBI as storied Washington field office. Also started a canned food drive for its agents as well. Just like all the other hundreds of thousands of furloughed federal workers. These agents are heading into their second pay period of zero dollar paychecks local reporting in Washington DC tonight, indicates that agents have also been told that if they roll on through a second pay period with more zero dollar paychecks. They will also this week lose their dental and vision coverage for themselves and their families. Today is day thirty of the federal government shutdown which means tomorrow we start month number two..

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"new york field" Discussed on On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels

On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"new york field" Discussed on On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels

"I you know, it it contained everything that I really enjoyed. It was I had connect with people. I had to deal with people in crisis. I had to figure out you know, you had to think fast on your feet as to you know, what was the best. You know, resolve this situation. And how can you bring that about and working with a team as well? That was the one thing I didn't have in the ministry as a pastor yet. He was just make it is like what you're gonna do, man. But as the as an as an agent when you're a hostage negotiator. You've got a team with you. You know, invest case scenario that is so you know, if we had to respond to something the team would form up we'd we'd report out and everybody had a role. To play in in that negotiation. So you had negotiated you had somebody that was the coach that's at right next to you. That would pass you notes you had somebody worked on Intel board that was keeping track of what the hostage-taker was saying and certain facets of their life. That might be important. You had a team leader to make sure that the group was working well together, if they needed anything you had also an investigator on the side that would run and get you information as well. If if it was needed from the team leader, so. In that in that context? It was a perfect match for me. And so I went and applied, and you know, I got to the first stage of of being on the auxiliary team for the New York field office, and then I got selected to go to Quantico for their certification course for two weeks. So which wasn't tents. I thought Robbie I thought I got this. Right. I mean, I was a minister, you know, I'm built for this crisis negotiation. Bring it on. Oh was I humbled. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I didn't think I was going to graduate to be honest with you. I mean, they beat me up so badly beat up in the sense of you know, you're not getting this. You're doing it wrong. And it'd being nice, obviously, how how was it was given to me. So very tense, but it was one of some of the best training. I've ever had since graduating from Quantico was the hostage, negotiation course, and there for twenty two years, right? And you're now moving to untiringly new space, and I love this line that I I read about in your intro. It's about your helping people break through the fears that help the helps hold them back, and I'm kind of curious about this. Because I know that when I you know was been grappling with sort of like, what is it that? I'm offering people are going to on the face of it. I I teach networking, but I had to dig deeper, and I finally came across the idea of a relationship based business strategies, and I'm curious how you unpacked. What it was you offered to get to the part where you realize that were you can help people do is break through there. Fear. So that the ultimately make better decisions. How did you realize that that was your offer for the general public? You know, that took a little bit of time because I was, you know, knowing that, you know, my my offering involved connection and it involved building relationships and involved building, helping you know leaders build trust and in de-escalate tense situations. And when I thought about the the actual one on one connection that I had to have when I was trying to call in a fugitive that was on a telephone or I was dealing with the the mother of a kidnapped daughter, and I had to coach her to talk to the kidnappers. And it was I was helping people with their fear. And you know, what we all like to say is, you know, we're not afraid, you know, we're adults. We don't, you know, unless it's a really big thing in Harry and tariff. In the dark of night. We're not scared. We are. And that's and that's the the lie. We tell ourselves we tell others is that we walk around. And we say, we're not afraid of things, and we're afraid, and we it's like I like it to Bruce banner and the hulk and how he you know, they once seen in the adventures movie, they say, you know, now, it'd be a good time to get angry, Bruce. And he said, that's my secret..

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"new york field" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

Target USA Podcast by WTOP

04:50 min | 3 years ago

"new york field" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

"From podcast one coming up in this episode of target USA, but US is facing perhaps one of the biggest challenges from Russian and Chinese espionage than at any time in US history, in my opinion. I believe the F B I feels strongly that it's not that Russia and China have been raising the bar. They raised the bar shovel years ago we are already behind the curve so to speak Betsy McNamara. The assistant director in charge of the FBI's Washington field office, and not only aren't Russia and China increasing the frequency of their operations both had very strong presence in the United States. Both have different types of operations and agendas will find out where this critical situation stands coming up on this edition of target USA the national security odd cast. From WTO in Washington DC. This is target USA. Russia could render huge arm to this country North Korea's secret missile capable of reaching the whole of the United States dangerous. Terraced DC is repeatedly mentioned someplace they would like to seek an attack cyber criminal success. America as a target on its back and on this program. We investigate the threats the people behind them, the agencies fighting them and the impact on you. This is target USA be national security podcast. I'm Jay Jay green. The Washington field office of the FBI is the second largest in the country approximately seventeen hundred people work there. This particular field office is responsible for the geographic area. That encompasses the district of Columbia and northern Virginia. It's also responsible for investigating violations of US law and violence against US citizens in the far east and the Middle East while to some internationally generated threats are normally perceived to be far more dangerous than those that originate here in the Washington area. Recent activity suggest the US has enemies or adversaries as some would prefer to call them like Russia and China or altering that script in in my opinion. I believe the F B I feels strongly that it's not that Russia and China. Have been raising the bar. They raised the bar several years ago we are already behind the curve so to speak both have very strong presence in the United States. Both have different types of operations and genders. Betsy McNamara started her FBI career at the New York field office in nineteen Ninety-six and has worked her way through the system with stops in Los Angeles, and Milwaukee and several assignments FBI headquarters and along the way, she's gathered firsthand knowledge of the kinds of espionage threats, Russia and China present China obviously seeks to improve their technology their industry, they're regulatory and legal processes to surpass the United States as the world leader in in industry in technol-. Oji the proof of what McNamara speaks of was delivered in July of twenty fifteen when the FBI released video called company man, it was based on a true story, and it was designed to be a cautionary tale for American businesses. I was hoping that we discussed the position to open up. You will. Of course, be seriously shitty. If you manufacture in China, you save transportation, and they able cost Robin more or I was just going to say. If you work. Hey, I found TriNet thing. So way simply Jimmy. Business offer. We just can't pretend this didn't have. It's a threat to the company. We've got your back on this. If it isn't you'll be another company. I've never seen so much. We haven't spent twenty years building this company the happened steal. What we created you need a Chinese part? As vacation adventure wanted to a win win. Whole about a job in China. I'd like to hear a little more about it..

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Three Astronauts Take Off To International Space Station

Steve Cochran

00:59 min | 3 years ago

Three Astronauts Take Off To International Space Station

"Or two. We all talk about it. And and I made the decision to go for one. I felt like we were in a good spot with our team. You kinda feel where we were going coach Matt Nagy hope the bears would stop the giants and winning over time. But New York field goal that ginormous Jenkins broke up. Chase Daniel's last pass on fourth and eight that was that thirty to twenty seven the giants when it more from Dan Hampton coming up after this newscast. The Green Bay Packers say goodbye to coach Mike McCarthy after Mason Crosby missed a field goal. Dan at twenty seventeen loss at home to Arizona, college football nine big ten teams are going. Bowling that. The conference was shut out of the playoffs for the second year in a row, Alabama, Oklahoma. Clemson Notre Dame the playoff matchups. Ohio State plays Washington in the Rose Bowl northwestern against Utah and the holiday bowl in San Diego. Northern Illinois is going bowling the Boca Raton bowl against UAB. The Blackhawks came up short against Calgary three to our xfinity. Blackhawks report Jonathan tapes Dylan from scored for the hawks and Corey Crawford made thirty eight saves, but they drop their fourth straight. Now, they go on the road Wednesday night there at Anaheim. And last night the ducks trailed Washington five one came back to win six to five. College hoops, the big ten opener for Illinois, a seventy five sixty loss to Nebraska, although the Blackhawks the northwestern Wildcats and White Sox baseball Dave at WGN sports. As

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