30 Burst results for "OMB"

"omb" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

03:34 min | Last week

"omb" Discussed on Security Now

"Back there and maybe eventually some more interesting sites will be available for me. But Robinhood is using it. Yeah. I bet FTX would have, if they go to past keys directory and see what it. Oh, there's more than just this. Okay, yeah, yeah. Yeah, yeah. Because there was a bunch of things that also had MFA tags for some reason. So you can see the little green dots are just sign in. And here's Cloudflare MFA. Yeah, so I didn't know what that meant. It probably means I need a password to log in and pass keys, like it's two factor. Yeah? That's what I'm thinking. I can sign in or I can interesting. Well, I have a GitHub account. Let me play with that a little bit and see. Ah, okay, cool. Yeah. In other news, again, pass keys dot directory are listeners. Okay, so from the having fun with bureaucracy department comes in edict from the OMB, the U.S.'s office of management and budget has ordered federal agencies to scan their systems. Oh yes, scan those puppies carefully. Scan a man. Scan them and provide an inventory of assets containing cryptographic systems that could be cracked by quantum computers in the coming years. How would you know? Well, Leo, okay, first of all, there is probably not a single computer in the government that doesn't use and depend upon some public key crypto. And none of the currently deployed public key crypto. There's no way. This is quantum resistant. So the OMB could have simply said, give us a list of all your computers. That's a good point. And by the way, stop using them. Okay, so the next point worth noting is just a reminder that no one has come near to building a quantum computer anywhere so far as anyone knows that could even begin to think about breaking actual public key crypto. Oh yes, factoring the number 27, we can do that. It's magic, but the number 35? We're not quite there yet. Give us another ten years or so and we'll be able to factor 35. Okay, now that said, I'm on the record, agreeing that there's absolutely no reason not to move us to quantum safe crypto sooner rather than later. Let's not wait till we need it because we know how slow and painful these moves can be. So just as sure or just as soon as we are absolutely sure that we're not going to be making a big mistake. Because that's possible. Remember that one of the candidates that had already been chosen already selected was recently cracked by conventional computers. So it would be a lot better that for us to stay where we are, where we know we can't crack today, the algorithms we're using before moving prematurely to something that we presume some future nonexistent mythical quantum computer should also be unable to crack.

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Russ Vought on a Terrifying New Development From Biden's DOJ and FBI

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 5 months ago

Russ Vought on a Terrifying New Development From Biden's DOJ and FBI

"And for all of you in the grassroots, you have to know that there is this orchestrated plan happening right now. The help us unpack this is Russ vote. He is the president of the center for renewing America and former White House, OMB director. And he also is very close with Jeffrey Clark, who was raided last week by the Department of Justice, Russ, welcome to the Charlie kirchhoff. Thanks for having Charlie. Appreciate it. So Russ walk us through what happened last week with Jeff. Well, Jeff's house was rated in a pre dawn manner. The Department of Justice came to him over a dozen officials law enforcement officials, including those from fairfax county police department. They were there to raid his house to search it to take his electronics, they didn't let him change and let him get into a pair of jeans. They took him out and made him be in his pajamas for over a number of hours. A complete show of intimidation and for those of you who are following the news like you do, Charlie, you know that that coincided with the fact that he was going to be the focus of the January 6th hearings, the sham hearings going on on Capitol Hill. So on a very in the same week that all of the exposure was designed to show that he was at the forefront of a law enforcement investigation to show that this is the person that they were trying to demonize as part of these hearings. And of course, this is just follow on from Peter Navarro. It's follow on from Steve Bannon. Other GOP officials that we're trying to get a handle on and election investigation were the brunt of similar targeting last week. I know that the situation with Jeff better than the others. But this is the weaponization this is the criminalization of politics that we have not seen in this country. In quite some time, if

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"omb" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

04:08 min | 8 months ago

"omb" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"But I think a peg any savings have to be done with a surgeon's blade and not with a sky. And I think that's where people rightfully get worried. The council took serious issue with implementing a peg without understanding the full impact that it would have on the city's ability to retain and hire staff. And the impact that it would have on an agency's ability to deliver key services, obviously. Therefore, the spending measures that we propose in our response, we're really focused on they were focused on offset by identifying revenue sources and savings and agency reductions, right? So without putting people to sleep, the councils economists, everyone's looking at the same numbers, right? The council, you know, economists are revenue forecast. It remains significantly more optimistic than the prelim, the mayor's prelim, right? February tax revenues were about $350 million above OMB predictions, march is heading in the same direction. Early data on March tax revenues are trending up. Again, significantly above projections. So the council plan dramatically reduces the reliance on prior year resources, meaning, you know, spending from money that was allocated in the past, modifies the mayor's prelim with higher tax revenues and additional savings. So by the economists of the savings, right. Right. So by our calculations, well, not me. People that are far smarter than I am. Instead of in general, instead of a structural deficit for FY 22 and 23, they're actually is a small surplus. So excluding the rainy day fund and the retire, the retiree health benefits trust. Our financial plan includes approximately 1.2 billion.

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"omb" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:16 min | 8 months ago

"omb" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To get it real budgeting process And what does a real budgeting process do It helps us prioritize and it also helps us cut costs and lord knows we need a government that focuses on real prioritization and actually saving money sometimes so that we can spend money on things that are important to spend it on So currently 'cause you really are special in so many ways But one of them is you both think about public policy and what it would be to be president and also running a company and I only thought about the running the company part of it But is it just unrealistic to try to replicate I remember when I did budgets whether it was my budget eyes reviewing others you wouldn't just do zero based budgeting but someone would have to justify They say well why do I need that there Exactly Ask some tough questions There's somebody asking tough questions whether it's the CFO or the CEO Is there any realistic prospect of somebody asking tough questions to the people as part of that zero based budgeting process Well in our current climate probably not One can imagine that that might be the role of the GAO It might be the role of the OMB It might be the role of Congress people and senators But I do think all the way back to the news of the day you know inflation running at a 40 year high A new government budget that pumps trillions and trillions of more dollars into the economy We are reaching a point where this truly is unsustainable Maybe not in the next 6 months maybe not in the next year but eventually you can not just keep spending money you don't have even when you're the U.S. government I fear that it will be a crisis that causes us to actually examine how do we have a real budgeting process in the government but ultimately we're going to have to have one Finally just spend a minute or two on something that everyone is talking about at least everybody around me which is Will Smith Academy Awards And you can certainly opine what you thought happened and what you thought about it But I wonder if it actually raises potential leadership issues as well What it means to lead a large organization in this environment and this culture right now I mean I put myself through the process If I were the academy what would I have done that night If I were back at ABC and I broadcast what would I have done that night What are the challenges for a leader when we have a physical violence but even short of that some of the language that's being used in public these days Yes Well it's a very serious question And of course everything about that incident was absolutely unacceptable It is unacceptable to physical violence the language And I would just say it's also a reminder that sometimes perhaps we're overly sensitive I mean Chris Rock is a comedian after all Whether you thought that was a funny joke or an appropriate joke sadly comedians have been making jokes about women and wives for a long time So I think it also was about this hypersensitive culture we have now But for the academy to just carry on As though nothing had happened I think really did send the wrong It would only be the president of the United States after interrupt you for Carly fiorina We can go now to The White House and President Biden.

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"omb" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:46 min | 9 months ago

"omb" Discussed on WTOP

"At The White House because of her husband's test At that event President Biden wished the couple well He's fine but out of a bunch of caution She decided she wasn't going to join us today But let's send her our love because she's something else The vice president did appear with President Biden earlier today and mingled with lawmakers at an event marking the signing of a $1.5 trillion government funding measure That was before she learned of her husband's test Harris says she will continue to test regularly A follow-up to a story where first brought you last night drug maker Pfizer is expected to request authorization this week for an additional COVID booster dose for older Americans According to a person familiar with the matter the authorization would add a fourth dose to the vaccine regimen essentially a second booster for anybody's 65 and older Speaking with CBS News Pfizer's CEO said that the data show a fourth booster is necessary for older people but they're submitting that data to the FDA to see what the outside experts say New tonight the Senate has confirmed President Biden's nominee to become the next director of The Office of management and budget Will be the first black woman to head OMB today's 61 36 vote in favor of her nomination comes more than a year into the president's term young has a long history of working on appropriations and was named deputy director of OMB last year It's possible you may never have to reset your clocks again The Senate today voted to make daylight saving time permanent That would mean no more spring forward and fall back changing our clocks by an hour WTO Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller Massachusetts senator Ed Markey who supports the legislation says that more daylight hours after school and after work in his view will lead to more smiles with daylight saving time The house would still need to approve the legislation if that happens it wouldn't go into effect until November of.

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"omb" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"omb" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"As well as lo brainard What it looks like you've got some Republicans saying there in favor of the island you have Elizabeth Warren in a couple of other democratic centers out against it Well I think we'll see at least three Democrats vote against Paul Elizabeth Warren spent quite clear about that We had Sheldon White House and Jeff merkley joined that crowd on the grounds that he's not done enough on climate related issues But I expect him to be confirmed very solidly Republicans are supportive and that goes through without any real issue in my view The same I don't think could be said for layo brainer While she confirmed his vice chair she had a tough road link confirmed as Cher So these two confirmations are the right ones for this moment Both will go through gives the feder very strong team and I think that's the best possible configuration Strong team the missing a key member and that's the vice chairman for regulatory Why wasn't that named at the same time Particularly given all the concerns expressed by people like senator Elizabeth Warren I honestly don't know I've been confused by their willingness to tolerate openings across the administration This administration still does not have an OMB director It still doesn't have a head for the office of regulatory affairs And it's left open board seats for a sustained period I'm mystified by that and I won't pretend to be able to explain it Thanks to American action forum president Douglas holtz ekan Coming up Nobel laureate Paul krugman gives us his view on how the fed should tackle inflation and what the new leadership means for monetary policy That's next you're listening to balance of power on Bloomberg radio.

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"omb" Discussed on The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"omb" Discussed on The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

"Definitely making dripstone caves worth seeking out in the way that lush caves are just from the chieh beauty and diversity of them was thinking about the no drown thing and thinking man. There's some people building read some firms. They're going to be super happy because are not drown. No zombie thing because remember the mob farm that you made where you were trying to figure out if you could Like build a firm. That did not have zombies. Who cares about about zombies. Zombie flashes useless. But then i remember that. We've got vertical bottoms. So it's not like you can just find dripstone cave and then build this massive farm. That's never going to have any zombies in because you're only going to be limited to however big dripstone cave is like maybe only fifteen blocks tall. You're not to be able to find people find river biomass than they build a Drown farm like way up in the sky above a river But i don't know. Does that still hold true in the snapshots. Ah when you find a river in the overruled and there's nothing above it. Does that by omb. Remain all the way up into the sky or does it change. I believe it does. The only thing that changes is dripstone and lush caves being able to be underneath Volumes on the surface. But i think the rest of the time there has to be some sort my own classification of you know any chunk area full you know propomotes. Sporting rules to apply. You know they don't want to be able to build a platform in the sky. Have nothing spoon there because that becomes a little convenient for the player. So i think they're all vertical by all the way up and it's just depends on the slices of them below ground which can be taken up by. Lushly dripstone caves. So i think the key hicfa dripstone caves is potentially being able to find a dripstone cave that is down lower in the world and potentially being able to make her and more efficient drowned fund there..

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"omb" Discussed on Shamangelic Healing Podcast with Anahata Ananda

Shamangelic Healing Podcast with Anahata Ananda

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"omb" Discussed on Shamangelic Healing Podcast with Anahata Ananda

"Physically emotionally energetically. What has been you know. We're talking about tools earlier and what has been something that has really helped you. Be more in alignment and all the areas of your life women. I have a lot of appreciation for what they're like. Some like my best teachers. Because i care about their opinion i want the milovan may come from some like you know emotional unavailability from my mom stuff growing up but it incites change if i developed a crush on a girl. She she influences me. You know in a perfectly fine. It's like every girl that i've developed a crush on and you know. He started kind of like spending time together and they got comfortable enough that they started kind of poke little bit. And typically it's a subconscious thing they're not overtly saying a thing but you can kinda like okay there's I grow grow in ends sigh of immense amount of gratitude for just the efficiency of Female the females of my life their innate ability to teach without teaching Can i ask. I want to acknowledge that that probably the ability to see that and allow it and open to it and be vulnerable to it to make space for it in your twenties. Was that the case that that you could soften right yes. So what did you have to table or Soften or shift to allow that. The the feminine or g to come in and start supporting refinements within you. I think three twenty. I was too insecure to allow a feminine. That i was like you know by feminine on me like sacred like a girl to be in my like more intimate space. Like sex was fine but like you know going beyond that goes likes to look like a relationship I didn't feel available to even entertain that because i felt so Unfinished with my own process. My career my own body. My mind my like like the person that i and again. This could all be a bunch of stories. But the way that i felt was that until i'm at a point where i feel like i can actually show up for the person that i would desire. I don't really want to entertain anything else. And i wasn't wasn't saying that when i was in my twenties but essentially that's what it was and so i was kinda wondering like am i gay in omb like like okay. I'm not gay. I'm just not really able to have relationship. Not emotionally available in a big part of that was not feeling i think safe And a part of that and then ties back to you. Know a lot of different other things as well. But i think in relation to your particular question..

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"omb" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

PC Perspective Podcast

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"omb" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

"Range and upper mid range It has both a three point five millimeter and a quarter inch headphone jack There are ca in and out to where you can feed another amplifier or powered speakers and use the volume control on. This is a preempt and provides up to one point three watts of power at thirty two and again. it's a true class a amplifier. Okay this is one hundred s and transistor pro right so the actual power fire a transistor amplifier. Yes okay but at least it's class so while it will be officially energy efficient. It'll have better or theoretically would have lower distortion. And so what would you suggest are the proper omb rating for a set of headphones. That'd be easy to drive from the samp. I would not recommend i. I would not use. Im's on this. There is no gain switch and it's pretty much Fixed to a high gain mode. So day rate it for thirty two to six hundred ohms you can easily drive anything in that range Up to six hundred and also these tubes. Please tell me their russian in orient. Originally you can find russian tubes to fit it Hemsworth with i believe a pair of match. Ge's but their standards six tube so there's a lot of a tube rolling you can do. That's what you're into this for you. Get yourself a solid little box and you just start playing around with different to combos and newton. Probably better if you get one. That's all too if you want to do that. Because there's no getting around the coloration of whatever the solid state power amp is but but again this is one hundred bucks right exactly. I will briefly mention. I don't really have pick this week but Since we talked about the frontal torrent. Last time. To okay i did. We did that. Review the week before and then talked about it on wednesday on friday morning. I had an email from practice in box. They've recalled the torrent. They're not selling it if halted sales and they are replacing people's fan hub. Apparently the original fan hub can short circuit. So that's bad. Of course they're handling this the right way and right away admitting this rectifying it but i guess you can't even by the torrent which is one of the best reviewed cases in recent memory right now because of this practical seems to be doing the right thing here in other words. Yeah so it's good that they are. It's unfortunate that the product already has an issue. I think it's i show tonight We will actually be back next week. Believe it or not. I think jeremy will return. And have some decent bodes of normalcy. Yes with jeff. Jeremy takes vacation constantly. I want his life had to give up something like eighty hours of vacation last year. use it. It's not right josh. let's no it's you should be paid out for that. They want us to take vacation. You know i could interest you in a trip to beautiful southwest michigan josh. Mamie okay. We have a lot of great food of wada bars. We have famous berea here. You could see the original boundaries are places. We have founders. We have bells. it's all here. It's all there within forty five minutes of each other anyway. I everybody night good night..

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"omb" Discussed on Was jetzt?

Was jetzt?

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"omb" Discussed on Was jetzt?

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"omb" Discussed on Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"omb" Discussed on Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

"Soul past understand their soul contracts and complete their karma and bows. Let's meet lisa barnett. Welcomed extraordinary women radio lisa. I am so thrilled to have you here. Thank you and i am. Surreal to be here and yet to share with you. I love to tell stories so it will be financed so funny. Because i have been hearing this calling to the tune in Records for a couple of years now and it's just kept showing up for me and kept showing up for me and finally i reached out to some some friends that who nl hunia know that. I need to know in the world of akashi records I got a couple women's names back in. It's it's just been so much fun just to hear explore and i'm still not entirely sure why it's in speaking to me so much but i know that there's something to be really uncovering in the exit this. Perhaps it's to to be sharing. Some of what akashi records are in how they shout can show up for us as entrepreneurs so give us a the start with. Let's give us a little bit of a background about what. A cautious records are absolutely so the akasha records are the personal Kurds are the recording of your soul's journey through all time so from the moment you individually as the sole from source we all go on a journey and they're really all very unique and we live in different planets or planes are dimensions places. We don't come to earth right off the bat so we do a lot of things and all of that is recorded in the feerick energy which has part of the information arm of source which is of course part of the a quantum field and all of that is recorded and held in what we call the akasha and the akasha our kostunica's now a sanskrit word for ether. And so it's a. It's a good way just to look at it. Our akasha records are stored in the therapy right. Quantum field of source and head energy and that information and that wisdom is actually here to help us to be of service to us so it's like tapping into something that will is there to help us even see in a bigger way to know an anna deeper way right right absolutely and so the akasha records. You have your own personal record or little library if you like to. I like the library because you can. You can envision it then right right right yes. it's very. You know kind of simple for us to picture. And i often will do a guided visualization. Were recall up these beautiful marbles stairs in these big huge doors. I see these libraries. Like the cut of ancient big in libraries. And then it's beautiful because you have librarians. You have a half a dozen a dozen a cash to record keepers and again. They're in service to only you so jared. He calls these people looking out after you say tapping on the show right right. And they're in service to to us and so not using that to me like you've got a whole series of these amazing akasha record beings of light that are waiting to serve you and we're like i don't even know they're there and that's you know that's who i talk to who i teach students to talk to. And that's who said to me all those years ago help us bring the akasha records back to humanity because this is your birthright right so cool so cool and so when when i envisioned the record keepers are they emitted. We've kinda tapped into this intuition. This wisdom that comes up shows up for us at some point in our life. You know this this. This intuition is supposed to do this instead of that. Is that part of that. Tapping on the shoulder is it is it. Is it somewhat different for me. I find it somewhat different. Okay and to me. We have a very powerful connection also to our higher self which is that have greater soul that is not so much embodied and that is often more intuitive hit or guidance and the akasha records is in a whole different higher vibration of source energy and it has the expanse of information of who. You've been what you've done and your souls plan which is what we a sole said. I'm going to come and this and this and have these you know relationships and learn that and so all of it's it's so it's kind of so much bigger. Yeah that was my experience. When i first started to tap into because i was working as an energy healer as You know psychic intuitive. And i get this information for the for my clients and when i kind of felt a little more physical or energy field lifetime like if felt more in this realm and life right and when the record keepers dropped in started to occasionally speak to me about our four with a client if felt like the whole expanse of history so it went from this lie to everything. Okay and i'd always go like wow. That was mazing. Whatever that was that was omb right. Heading connected. The dots in a much bigger brand away. Yes absolutely right. Why would i experience this. Challenge this traumatic childhood. This physical.

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"omb" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show

The Meb Faber Show

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"omb" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show

"In the boring ones take off prepare to be humbled and to learn but to have a great time in the process. I like to make an analogy to farming. I plant some different seeds in different fields every year. Some of the crops produce near one like wheat whereas some take years mature like almonds others. Well they get hit by drought in disaster. And you just have to start over with something else or perhaps a better analogy would be winemaking with various vintages say start out making wine in two thousand fifteen but that vintage doesn't seem like it's gonna reach peak drink ability for five ten years but what about the twenty sixteen vintage which there was local fires in the smoky. Wine may be a total write off. Meanwhile 2017 vintage was unexpectedly delicious right out of the barrel fast forward to twenty twenty one and you now have seven years of vintages all maturing from different times varying quality this is illustrative and earlier point diversification across. Time is very important in terms of some more actionable advice i recommend joining angels and whatever other platforms you like. There's even some standalone syndicates out. There like the one. I referenced earlier from cal. kansas called syndicate. You should also consider signing up for his angel university workshop and three hundred bucks to attend but all proceeds go to charity when you're on any of the platforms you can begin. Browsing the deals from barry syndicate leads often deals are confidential for various reasons. Terms are not published copies and stealth. They don't wanna alert competitor's etcetera etcetera. At least once. I saw a syndicate lead. Try to raise money for a company without the company's knowledge. You definitely a no at first. I i'd recommend you fall as many syndicates as possible for all your goal should be soaking up information and seeing the oil flow. I follow over a hundred on angeles invested alongside dozens which results in hundreds of deals crossing my desk each month. I like the flow but understand for many. This would be overwhelming. Because it's a lot to track. I commit more space and attention to my favorite investors. So perhaps get started with a few of the syndicates we've interviewed on the podcast as of invested alongside all of them. After enough of this you'll begin to gravitate towards a specific type of deal the resonates with you. Here's my playbook. i target size. I liked company between five million and twenty million market cap. That's my sweet spot. So we're basically talking a seed round or series would use to be a seed round series. Aa valuations been gone. Little batty lately. You may prefer lower risks later. Stage companies and look. That's fine. i've done a number of deals as low as two million and a handful above twenty million but nearly all my deals run that below. Fifty million range again. I want the possibility of the big one hundred outcome. I reserve some later. Stated marquette deals for companies. I love aka the peter lynch method. If you listen to the podcast you probably heard me talk about some of these later states companies. I've invested in like impossible foods. Omb as lift hotel tonight which is now airbnb. Good example stock going public ending up in your brokerage account. I try to avoid paying carry on later. Stage companies and many secondary markets have liquidity for these companies like equities in however most of the products i love were investable at seed stage valuations like mud water which we did a podcast for use code. Get ten bucks off and ugly drinks upcoming podcasts. And use the code. Ugly mab maybe..

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"omb" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"omb" Discussed on No Jumper

"My suit hair lockdown. I had got down. I focused more on the south because the south was opening for him. So now i'm like okay. I got down my critique my a little bit on that down downhill though not so indian themselves the cranking so now i've got the best of both him and not fulfill what are really trying to do so now in this hour we go. I got this now. You've i can. I don i can book show them myself and do this over here because i'm so used the door and is on gold and steady show now. Yeah it's definitely a good to see things going your way Anybody wanna shout out any thanks. See i wanna think about onto hannay's light money king. Being rolled out you know been in season day. One feel saturday about the guy that i don't wanna be show that i go chat out to god that's a fact Yeah appreciate you come through man. I'm glad that we were supposed to have this conversation like years ago. Forget maybe twenty. Nineteen i remember. The label hit me up about the interview. And for some reason it didn't happen but to be honest. I mean you should is Blown up a lot since then. So i'm glad time appreciate this. Allow his I appreciate you keeping a real with us. I get to do now. Try to be some muslim. Be me by mistake. It is only be november. Close podcasts on youtube soundcloud. Itunes like comment subscribe Conference support. We'll be on stream friday listening to music no guns..

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"omb" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"omb" Discussed on No Jumper

"Done. I'm like she had caught out. We down on my dad at work. You feel among kyle following my mom mail on this. She got are jesse like she caught her. See like alan go to california. She had already been before. And were you think in california this crazy. Great place girls roller skating on the beach book. Gigs exactly exactly all right. I'm thinking is like no racism rely. I'll go down the light a perfect place we've on june sacramento. All different lead different. It's not quite santa. monica dividend and always the mines. They liked it. I'm not my before. Got one goal. Rick big do i write about the little fly issue right now where these things are coming from the president. I like that attitude. We need that attitude or not. The black china attitude of she didn't even wanna go in the bathroom and those little too dirty the but okay so why did you. Why was your mom in prison. And why did she move to see. Gee i don't know i still to this day. Why she was in jail. Who interesting but you know why she wants to move to sack job like say. I don't know if you know but like in california's like like out is like more like help from the more government assistance so line with pregnant women like the gym what is called. Gao's i'm sure like they like they get like homeless people like they'll take like they gotta shelter program to work you the shelter for a certain amount of time that help you get an apartment like they got shit like mobile you feel like they help people with kids like they helped single one single women with kids and she liked it right so in mobile we had went to a shelter for photo panetta house but it was like. Oh they had the same type of program but they way difficult ephemeral way and we'll give vim slow in sacramento way easily. If like they really helping everybody for referee so it really was. Yeah it's crazy how different sacramento is from The rest of california. I'm thinking hold california. Put my buddies telling me that in sacramento is super easy to get get a concealed carry permit for your gun which is not the case at all in la la basically got. It'd be doing something where you're dealing with large amounts of money and shit and he's telling me the super easy to to get a concealed carry permanent. They're just because the cops know that there's so much bullshit going on there fucking happy to the put people in that position. I don't know sure you don't know anything with firearms. I feel like i feel like when his guns for like when is more guns in the cedar or whatever it is. I feel like it's going to be less crime fan. I feel like everybody got to be less crime. 'cause if i walk in the room and i don't know it might be one more. Forget his mother fucker with a gun your family she. I slept this. Ain't got no vehicle. I do this like this would be like if everybody got a gun is more for the neither note. Nine times out of ten. It'll be vm. Like you might die or you might not a lotta people this. You have a much better reason to avoid any kind of island. You know that it's going to be taken. They won't be right out. Be be them. So i felt like when like the gun is like when strict this folks light and then it'll be unarmed with a gun favor when you know like everybody can get you feeling that you had to pay fifteen hundred zero glad your family. You know that group might be did be to over that you'd like right but she in the south is going to be thirty. Another look click. That's going to be like this burnt like the idea of having a society where there is no. Guns is a nice idea but the reality is is that if they were. Let's say they were able to get rid all the guns right now but then all of a sudden you're in a position where the only people with guns are going to be the people who really really go out of their way to to get a gun steal a gun etc all. The normal people are going to not be able defend themselves. Only the criminals are to have straps it. Because i know that. Because i'm considered a criminal. Vm do i've been gmo. Like i hate it but it just just the teeth criminals. Don't get them mobile. Will guns like this. You're not going to stop vm. Yeah so i feel like they might especially rebels. Who fills will become rebels. You feeling we got this shit on paper that we get an extra amount of money for shows and x. amount of labor deal for like issue. Bill where we can get a concealed women license. You feel on good for like they really lights. Cheer for put in what we did when we were kids on our baked. Fm we can't even protect ourselves. Our family so definitely. And i mean for for a rapper to be moving around like that. They're basically putting you in a situation where you either have to do something illegal by carrying a gun or you are going to change snatched wallet took etc etc because you're not going to be a position or you get higher security. That's way too expensive for even most rappers. A ladder everything. And that's super robert more money than normal people but a lot of normal people obviously don't have that kind of money for security or nothing. They they make the situation so the rappers basically have to go to jail just to exist or have to get really lucky and not get pulled over the burner. Is that why you see. So many revolution on mendon papers security. It'd be like a lot of negative. Borough security like cut barong regular people like family nolan battle following them of being that close up on my day like anyone about on the kyoto could put a needle been like like know. Sometimes i began called me film. But sometimes it'd be like dawn security and she feels.

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"omb" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

09:06 min | 1 year ago

"omb" Discussed on No Jumper

"No jumper coolest podcast on the world. Today we've got a rapper. I'm a very big fan of is in the bill and feeling my guy game. I'll feel good. I ain't gonna allow pillow fill out. Yeah he a lot of people. Expect you to be Moving around stressed out. I'm glad to not the time needed only move things right. That's an important part of being a rapper. You gotta shit hanging over your head and you just keep on tic- daylight if you let you up like and then you go around you like go through everyday. Filling don and thanking noodle and mo negative going companies. That's one thing. I get from a lot of the rappers. Them around is. I will see a rapper with the craziest shit hanging over the head or it'll be all in the news that he did this this this and they're are just out here just still having a good time and that's very motivational to me. Because i feel like if i had a shoplifting case hanging over my head i'd be out here sweating ervices fuck. I mean but that doesn't do you any favors better like crab. But i'll i'll be like for for guitar. Willing will be rapper. You gotta look on the bright side. It'd be me. I could be going through. She didn't coming in like and like i'm my like really not hell. No men like no plans to get on. None like still trying to find somebody to something good as your last Last option basically That's good man. We got a bunch of employees here. Honestly it would be pretty good to rob. I think that some of these people here that was they. You know. there's a lotta. Jake was be. Yeah i mean. I'm not like really profitable to rob but i just feel like they would hand jury which just handed over but he got like twenty bucks to his name but isn't of that who like role for nothing like i'm talking about ain't got alot food we eat going to take this Los angeles 'cause you won't give us on view let's talk about your your younger days Growing up in sacramento shit we. We interviewed a lot of different ravitz documentary recently. But i feel like you are in a very different wave Music style wise and everything mobile offer mobile originally it from until what age see. I hear mood my first time in california. Our twitter okay. Twelve so most of your growing up out there And then like ain't never like like you know how some people move somewhere else and then they'll start like okay like i'm from the movie. I was always on some shia from my more from mobile alabama museums and then like a. Nobody moved to california. But my mom So alma if you still alma couldn t augustina mobile feelings on when i got on the phone talking to my people. They ain't got down they way. You ain't nobody i burnham. I stayed in pensacola florida for a little while. Delayed thirty minutes close. But there's the fuck time difference right there so if you drive over the state board. Some time changes his fucking. Your time will be change in multiple times throughout your day. Isn't i only stayed there for a couple years back. And maybe like two thousand and four. Ron bikes. Yeah but we went to mobile a few times. What are your memories of growing up there and like what it was like she hang on that like you know you only know what you see you know. I had a good like it will good for real for the most part. But i ain't has she lend you feel plus i with my grandma or grandma. I used to grandma on our side. The town of girl the account machine. Learn when you look back at what your life was like twelve. It's kind of crazy to think about how much you didn't know what the fuck was going on and ib liga. I'll be looking back at someone. Shouldn't be thinking like how to forecast the variety. She like like how to fork out like get food like not like survivor. She likes literally like she mentally freeman like i'm a. I'm a full functioning grown man. I like him. I ain't got no mental proud of you feel like Do you see crazy shit out there. Like you have memories of wild terrible things like yeah. I ain't had no one nil close to normal childhood. I ain't no our like inside. Got californian i like fires into being in california and then you start really realize like dan. Mullen the shit. I saw growing up different than what i'm seeing here. But okay give me an example of The types of the mobile blew your mind our our like shit team. Not only i think nine or some shit like the like around eight nine ten. You feel mark. My whitewater partner joke herself in front of you. Feel in front of me. Iceberg in g outsider stake. I'm in. I'm in a liberal playing rock band on on tv like you know the right bank plan rock band he behind my brother. My brother behalf sitting on couch him so got down you firm. He he sees team to him nine joe and he he got old. Ain't gonna download is different. No saying you know about the salaries that he got on. He got a shot. If you remember what type of sacramento. All but i know long blue okay. He planned with her and he always be like i remember. Yeah killed the snake with it. You like cover day. Bet we will walk through the through the trees and she is like a little walking through the woods and she was staying granbury down nikolai like he allow kids my little boy growing grave. You feel me put off them. Long full radio here. He put it totally portugal. Toba fully pulled tree like he liked. I- bedroom mobile go off like are bidding on air and will go out you do. But i ain't really pinot attention him on my. I'm planning gang you feel my brother-in-law from the scene. She in a girlfriend like pisa meet slept on bloom so got down plan. A guy i did. He'll pull them out eating our fit me and my brother ran around and was it like the craziest look unseen you could ever imagine. I'm picturing like blood all over the wall and ending on seeing our scanning aroon feel like we're not here like noisy. I ran for about a dying. Did look on the phone. are you immediately thinking like. I don't wanna be here when the cops come a little. Blight police thing light the good thing about poll. You do they arri damn so when you look back at that though. Do you see that as being a moment that you know. I feel like a lot of kids who who grew up in these crazy as areas and stuff they go through very serious trauma and they don't really regarded that way like you. You probably did you go to sleep that night or or were you walk around the next day thinking about fucked up when you just saw was or did you. Just kind of be like well. Not even that she got really angry. Theaters you're good. I would really like a baby. I really know as as you will a bagmati old. And then i'm sending people to store and they light to form and then it's done now. Let's see crazy. Wow we're the cops Making a big deal about and talk to you and shit here now. There's the of police say none to us. You'll remember it being in the news and shit little little. Wow i mean there's a lot of places where if a kid kills himself in high school like the whole high school got to go to therapy sessions to get over. It is like it was different though. This lehrer thanh like we stand in grand bay this like a small aside of moby. Go definitely so okay. When you found out they were gonna move to sack What was your reaction. How'd you feel about that as good time. I was down on my dad. I'll twelve times down my dad and she.

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"omb" Discussed on Wine & Hip Hop

Wine & Hip Hop

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"omb" Discussed on Wine & Hip Hop

"Like. That's how that's how all these are like forties. Wine is a blend you know. I mean a lot of people do blends like that. I bro so moment of truth man like so if you had to pick one of these joints right hair which one blanco man. So what's next for you bro. What's what's the next. Move man the albums out. Yeah.

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"omb" Discussed on Wine & Hip Hop

Wine & Hip Hop

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"omb" Discussed on Wine & Hip Hop

"Some shit one time what and just on that note that you let me back. They wanna kill the on the no. Try them real dollars. You'll be down without.

"omb" Discussed on Wine & Hip Hop

Wine & Hip Hop

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"omb" Discussed on Wine & Hip Hop

"Man yeah they wrote me and right so you know what i mean so we got a one audience in a hip hop audience. So we're going to do some real fly shit here get some a whole different group of people getting to know your music on me so first thing. I know anybody gonna ask me. How did you get the name. Ownby peasy i'll see you know like motor. School has got looks like nickel you hang on. We got out. And i have to cut a deal outlook like the repeatedly when i get put together copy. Yeah that's what it is man. I mean i feel like. I feel like you definitely represent the wave right now. You know i mean you represent you've called it. That's really why. I wanted to how you wanna show mass. So tell me bro. Like are you much of a wine drinker. No that really with. I see mean. That's exactly why. I wanted to have you on. Man that gunther. You insult wine drinker. So what what. What's your drink of choice. Like what you what you drink that. Okay okay well good thing right henny is. Almost one is still made a grapes. You feel the oh. that's tennessee. Made from grapes. Rose is just treated differently me so you almost is this you know. Just gotta find fire joy man so i feel like the wine industry needs to do a better job like they haven't done a good job but like getting in front of people of color and they definitely know how to get the young people also. So how would you suggest the wine culture can get in front of young culture. we'll even type inclu moon. That's a point. Yeah yeah exactly. yeah so you. won't you wash it already. you notice. Champagne islam bro. I mean you got to have a lot of a lot of light. yeah you know what. Let's let's pause mob here breath one of the big reasons. I wanted to have you here. Because like i feel like you represent. You've coaching like a foundation. You know what i'm saying. What you think about your style you think about swag everything like you know like you are the wave right now so if somebody wanted to get to know the culture right now they can go get to know. I want to be pieces music. You feel me so my parents for you is the six noble grapes and the wine is all just from grapes. You let me just lay handy so you know what i know the best way to put this. You gotta we stream right. We got a whole bunch of different wine variety of so when i say the six noble grapes. That's just one great is a variety so like you got chardonnay. You got merlot riesling but just thinking it was different strains of we you know saying one of the misao with diesel. One of them is cookies. You know what i'm saying. One of them is fucking blue dream so other than in other than yesterday. And what's one of your favorite strings to smoke. She do you go. I so we to get with the run so wine right now so some chardonnay put a i man but tell me bro so you moved around a lot like where would you consider home hope. Yeah so what makes mobile special because you say he was in kelly to atlanta. Now you know one man no his shit yo hola hola holo my mail already on his wash it so as this beyond novices at home when you pour you guys swirl shift i that's going to make the aromatics come out and did you notice. He smelled it also after he swirled and they'd sit and he said he wasn't a be around always. Yeah so what makes mobile home. She wilder base type library living. That's why that's why. I learned. Is i realize like basically being me type person i wouldn't go out in. Yeah i feel like. I learned how to this. Yeah yeah so like today. I chose the wine. You chose the rams you picking a song called atra from your product your project. Too deep for tears now. That's some deep shit bro. You've been through some shit man like where did the title of the album come from. She'd been type of our by getting the situation that i come be lightfoot why beads watch over like. I've always meeting my need doing that now. You for robert out on follow. He really didn't worry he really put how living laser life folks would be the deal library shoe now..

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Neera Tanden is out as Biden’s OMB nominee

Mark Levin

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Neera Tanden is out as Biden’s OMB nominee

"Picture Leave the Office of Management and Budget. Neera Tanden has withdrawn her nomination as she faces opposition from key Senate Democrats and Republicans for her controversial tweets. She did apologize for them during the confirmation hearing. President Biden in the statement, said he looks forward to her serving in this administration in another role.

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Neera Tanden's OMB confirmation in jeopardy

AP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Neera Tanden's OMB confirmation in jeopardy

"Big voice. President Biden's nominee for budget director faces trouble in the Senate. President Biden says he is sticking with Neera Tanden as his choice to lead the White House office of Management and budget despite West Virginia Democrat Joe Manchin, saying he's opposed to her serving in the post. Three Modern Republican senators, Susan Collins of Maine, Mitt Romney of Utah and Rob Portman of Ohio are all expected to oppose Tandon, almost ensuring that she will not get the crossover support needed in the evenly split Senate. During her confirmation hearing, Standard admitted to deleting tweets and apologize for her prolific social media attacks. Against top

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Manchin opposes Neera Tanden, endangering OMB nomination

Hollywood 360

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Manchin opposes Neera Tanden, endangering OMB nomination

"The cooperation of President Biden's budget director nominee is up in the air after a Democratic senator announced his opposition West Virginia's Joe Manchin says he will vote against the nomination of Neera Tanden, citing her history of partisan attacks against Republicans on Social media, But the White House isn't backing down. Yet it issued a statement calling Tandon and accomplished policy expert And president, Biden told reporters. He's not going to pull the nomination, believing they can find the

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Manchin opposes Neera Tanden, endangering OMB nomination

Mark Levin

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Manchin opposes Neera Tanden, endangering OMB nomination

"Director nominee is up in the air after a Democratic senator announced his opposition West Virginia's Joe Manchin says he will vote against the nomination of Neera Tanden, citing her history of partisan attacks against Republicans on Social media, But the White House isn't backing down. Yet it issued a statement calling tendon and accomplished policy expert And president, Biden told reporters. He's not going to pull the nomination, believing they can find the necessary votes. White House correspondent Greg

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Manchin opposes Neera Tanden, endangering her OMB nomination

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Manchin opposes Neera Tanden, endangering her OMB nomination

"President Biden's nominee to leave the White House Office of Management and Budget is facing new opposition. West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin today became the first Democrat to oppose Neera Tanden is nomination in a statement mansion cited overtly partisan statements that he said would have a toxic and detrimental impact. Tandon is a former adviser to Hillary Clinton and served as president of the liberal leaning Center for American Progress. During her confirmation hearings, she apologized for attacking top Republicans on Social

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Trump targets 'white privilege' training as 'anti-American'

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Trump targets 'white privilege' training as 'anti-American'

"President trump has directed the office of management and budget to crack down on anti racism training sessions by federal agencies calling them divisive anti American propaganda the OMB director sent a letter Friday to executive branch agencies directing them to identify spending related to any training on critical race theory white privilege or any other material that teaches or suggests that the US or any race or ethnicity is inherently racist or evil the memo comes as the nation is faced a reckoning this summer over racial injustice in policing in other spheres of American life president trump has spent much of the summer defending the display of the Confederate flags and monuments of civil war rebels from protesters seeking their removal and what he calls a culture war ahead of the November third election I'm Julie Walker

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Get The Latest Updates On The Coronavirus Developments in Washington D.C.

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

Get The Latest Updates On The Coronavirus Developments in Washington D.C.

"Here here are are some some of of the the top top coronavirus coronavirus developments developments we're we're following following this this morning morning OMB is urging agency heads to allow for maximum telework flexibility for federal employees in our area the CDC yesterday recommended the cancellation of events with fifty or more people for the next eight weeks to try and prevent the spread of corona virus the Howard County executive announced that the mall in Columbia savage mill and adjacent movie theaters will be closed for at least seven days she D. declared a state of emergency after an eighty two year old woman was confirmed to have the virus she's currently in the hospital with underlying health conditions Maryland's governor Larry Hogan ordered all Maryland casinos racetracks and betting centres closed nearly one hundred cases have been confirmed in Virginia Maryland and in the district

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Oil prices steady, on course for weekly gain

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

06:24 min | 3 years ago

Oil prices steady, on course for weekly gain

"And oils heading for its first weekly gain since early January off the prices from the floor amid uncertainty of the impact the crane of ours with plus would respond with additional production cuts very pleased to say we joined here in this year by running a sale who is the CEO of of the Austin oil and gas explorer and the welcome for to the program right now thanks very much indeed for being with us let's just get a picture of the moment over the oil situation because we see all kinds of moves a concern we have B. P. you cool speaking this week talking about moving beyond the oil and set me being Colvin free by twenty fifty how what's your reading at the moment of aware of where the oil market is in the legs like the latest precious not only from environmental concerns but also from falling bond from China well I think the the art market is heavily impacted entry does by the corona virus old tree disinfected at the moment I haven't seen anybody who has not the flu although he wasn't in China so that it's very much driven by the demand side but the our markets to have the systematic that the supply side can react sewage heavily depends on pack we do see that Libya is off production we are missing about a million barrels per day so this is stabilizing the market the people are not realizing that this is let's say a potential also for the downside of the our price because if Libya comes back and they can restart click click then we do have a large over supply in the market and we need to see a more heavy a reaction from all packed than just the six four thousand births per day they are discussing at the moment so where do you see the fool for oil prices than right now well we do think that we have a sixty dollars per barrel for twenty twenty which is less than we have seen last year but this is of course taking into account that there will be a stabilizing fundamentally especially by old pack if they don't react on the miss balance in the market then we are going to see a floor which is more the fifty when we talk about some of your specific areas where you're in Romania is a very interesting error if you the Neptune project but how is not progressing how closely you to decision on this this project well it's everlasting story to be honest you know we we have such a great project there we do see some progress as we speak about the frame work so the government is working although we are going to see another election up coming in Romania but I'm very confident that the parlamentarios approval process will take place and that we do get a and improve offshore lores so that let's see the economics we are calculating will be satisfying yeah we got X. yeah that's that's that's the that's the second point you know how how you should dance a tango you know and this is the open question and Exxon is started the pro says and we don't know about the timing and it's up about the bits which are coming in and Exxon only can answer your question so from our point of view it's very important that the OMB has a chance to take over the operate to ship because we have started the project from the very beginning and to if this is going to happen then we can keep the timeline for the development that's our main interest yep but we will not go for the fifty percent share of X. on what I'm up to date guidance can you give us a Libya production this year right now that's a difficult one yeah from from my point of view Libya will will stay offline for longer yes so I think there is not an easy compromise set by the two parties fighting each other so that's why I think that the courts will be blocked for longer I am not expecting to see it shortly so I'm calculating Q. one like last year well we had no production in the first quarter so hopefully it will start to come back second quarter but nobody really knows find what does that mean for overall production for twenty twenty them over overall production we have guided that this is about five hundred thousand per Spiti we can keep this but this is of course heavily depending when Libya's coming back yeah if Libya is offline the entire year then the number might look lower and finally what about new stream to where we will not well we are we have seen so much progress so far yeah so not seem too weak sergeants on love there's no clarity on the time I nobody knows I think and if we do have a concept plan B. being being explained by I do not seem to company I think that I can give you a better answer timing is a question mark about what is for sure is that the sanctions have blocked the pipe laying activities it's only a remaining five to ten percent of the overall construction Lange's as so we need to find out and don't seem to company needs to find a proper ship which is not affected by the sanctions and I think they're looking around Rhonda I'm really interesting I outlined by BP's new CEO of how they gonna tackled climate change of course the criticisms whether they wasn't necessary enough given a detail given up but the the time line on this website the starting point is that of where they actually want to go can you give any kind of guidance like that own in these plans I'm towards any form of carbon neutrality well I'm not not such a big fan and to have of fog the vision for the year twelve fifty to be honest and I'm I've I'm I'm afraid that the young generation is not waiting for a twenty fifty that will be going to solve the subject I think the they are urging us to demonstrate that we do have short term solutions and we focus on that for short term solutions envy will not so heavy engage in renew books I think there are many many companies who are now getting the call we will go and invest into recycling especially we will take care of all the plastic ways to recycle it we will prepare ourselves for a hydrogen company run a thank you so much for that run a sailor that see over the Austrian oil and gas explorer in V. joining us live in the daybreak Europe Steve thank you so

GAO says Trump administration broke law by holding up Ukraine aid

Garret Lewis

07:58 min | 3 years ago

GAO says Trump administration broke law by holding up Ukraine aid

"You have there's still a lot of people don't understand what's happening believe it or not there are still a ton of people out there who believe that trump is this is a process that removes trump from office not that I mean obviously I can but they believe that this is that trump will be resigning soon are removed from office of Mike pence is gonna be stored and there are still people out there who believe that it's baffling to me that people don't understand what's happening all that has happened so far is that a trial has been authorized if it it would be the same it's basically if we have to liken it to a train actual criminal trial the grand jury has met and decided that the chart that the charges are going to go forward that does not mean that he has been found guilty it would be the same as if the police said Hey some people some people heard from some other people that you killed somebody so we're going to you know file charges against you prosecutor would say you were going to file charges against you and then we'll go to court that's pretty much how likely it al what's going on here when that doesn't mean that he's done anything wrong he hasn't that doesn't mean that he's going to be convicted of a crime he won't it doesn't mean he's going to do any jail time made he's not it certainly doesn't mean he's going to be removed from office of impeachment is always always always a political exercise because it takes place in the political arena all lyrics hi it is not a criminal trial there no one's gonna do jail time for this the only thing that can happen he could get censured I guess but I don't even think that's gonna happen the only thing that could happen punishment wise he could be removed from office not be allowed to hold office again but may he's not going to doing a crime is I'm gonna be convicted now the only other new information came out today the general accountability office has issued a legal opinion now when you say that you know that this has no wait this has no bearing on anything this is an opinion nothing more the general accountability off it give and I only say that by the way because this is being reported to some incredible bomb shell that proves that trump did everything wrong and that trump should be impeached and removed well that's how it's being for reported it's not it's opinion it's an opinion that has no weight to it it's an opinion that has no legal foundation it's our opinion that has no what teeth behind it is simply an opinion and nothing more I am the a government accountability office has issued a legal opinion today saying that the president trump administration broke the law by withholding defense aid to Ukraine which eventually did get released the issue at the heart of the president's impeachment trial that money two hundred and forty million dollars which have been allocated to the department of defense or security assistance which they eventually got was appropriated by Congress and therefore the administration was required to release it which they did they just didn't do it in a timely manner they didn't do it quick enough for them but again were we're dealing with a country that is rampant with corruption and they were trying to figure out whether or not the money was going to go for the reasons that it was going to go for and whether or not it was going to be used for the reason it was going to be used apparently the the president doesn't have the power to do that if Congress allocates money you just have to give it to them regardless of what they're going to do with that which seems a little fishy in and of itself by the way it seems as though the president should be allowed to make sure that the money is going to be used in the eight is going to be used in such a way that it will be used for the reasons it's supposed to be used for and again Ukraine a out wash in corruption before the Lynskey got got elected and still lives by the way but you know those those old ways of doing things need to be put over with so there's really I don't really see a problem with them holding back and making sure that the money's going to be used for what was supposed to use FOR faithful execution of the law does not permit the president they say to substitute his own policy priorities for those that Congress has enacted into law the opinion said OMB the office of management budget withheld the withheld funds for a policy reason not a program programmatic a delay I see therefore we conclude that the OMB violated the I. C. A. impoundment control act which means nothing no part crime no punishment no harm no foul blah blah blah blah blah blah and that's all there is to it basically that's what it comes down to they did that they they didn't have the money out in a timely manner and they've decided that they broken the law there's no punishment for it there's no nobody's gonna go to jail nobody's going to do anything again this is simply an opinion and doesn't mean anything and that's very important this is not a conviction this is an opinion nothing more the trump administration with held a total of about four hundred million dollars of security assistance from Ukraine last summer the two hundred forty million dollars the G. A. O. will says was illegally withheld was allocated to the department of defense while the rest was allocated to the state department the legal opinion says the GAO also had questions about the money from state and it was looking into whether that with withholding was proper the constitution the opinion says grants the president no unilateral authority to withhold funds from obligation instead Congress has vested the president was strictly circumscribed thorny to impound or withhold budget authority only in limited circumstances as expressly provided by the I. C. a trump was investigating corruption there we saw that on the phone call he was correct he was does to getting corruption or attempting to investigate corruption which apparently the president is no longer allowed to do especially if you're a Democrat running for president they say today they did the GAO general counsel Thomas H. Armstrong said in the statement today GAO issued a legal decision without teeth concluding that the office of management and budget violated the law when it withheld approximately two hundred forty million dollars appropriated to the department of defense for security entrant into it assistance to Ukraine which they eventually got again more so this keeps coming out far more than they ever got under Barack Obama the president has narrow limits already with whole operation appropriations under the impoundment control act of nineteen seventy four and that's what he was doing the White House rebutted the charge criticizing the agency's decision as an over reach and an attempt to insert itself into the media's coverage the of the day they issued a statement from the OMB office of my management budget spokeswoman Rachel some also we disagree with the geo's opinion OMB uses it's appropriate probe apportionment authority to ensure taxpayer dollars are properly spent consistent with the president press the president's priorities and with the loss so what they're saying is that what what they're saying is they did the right thing what the GA I was saying that the the president has to give the money out regardless of whether or not there's rampant corruption and regardless of of whether or not this aid could be used for anything other than what it's supposed to be used for that's basically what they're saying so again just another political bogus the little thing and it's being a big deal the whole call legal the president violated the law blah blah blah it's an opinion all this it's just an opinion it's an opinion on a governmental agency and it appears that the money was what was withheld for legitimate reasons because again we were investigating or attempting to investigate corruption in Ukraine which if it involves a Democrat running for president is an all out we've we've come to

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Email shows White House withheld aid 90 minutes after Ukraine call

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Email shows White House withheld aid 90 minutes after Ukraine call

"The center for public integrity obtain a hundred forty six pages of White House emails focusing on the office of management and budget Mike Duffy with the OMB wrote the Pentagon asking them to hold off on sending military aid to Ukraine just ninety minutes after president trump had that phone call with Ukraine's

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4 impeachment inquiry witnesses scheduled to testify today

"More witnesses scheduled to testify today the house impeachment investigators scheduled it's unclear whether any of the four witnesses scheduled to testify today will show up state department counselor T. you'll work Brecht ball and acting OMB director Russell fought were both subpoena added neither complied when asked to appear voluntarily so far this week six White House officials have failed to show up for their schedule

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Planet Money: Netflix And Amazon Stream In India

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Planet Money: Netflix And Amazon Stream In India

"This podcast. And the following message is brought to you by jet dot com. Your one stop shopping destination. The jet experience provides a unique and relevant Dortmund with no membership fees. Start shopping conveniently at jet dot com or on the jet app today. Listen carefully, and you can almost hear Americans all over the country, binge watching the latest releases from Amazon and Netflix. These two tech giants are now turning their attention to India the country's market for online video. There is expected to reach over two billion dollars in the next five years. But so far neither company has had a whole lot of luck. So Cardiff Garcia and Sally Herships from our planet money team identify some possible steps to success. So I was watching this movie recently on Amazon, it's a comedy guy gets engaged. His best friend doesn't like the girl tries to break up the wedding. There is this whole complicated plot. But that is all besides the point. What was really surprising with all the twerk gang, which I told Ashanti OMB car about she's a journalist for the BBC. See I don't know if you have to working in the UK or all at the same thing. We do Ashanti covers Indian, film and culture. That's what you were watching an Indian film. And there are all these stereotypes about these films like that they're really conservative. So I get it. Sally. You felt prayed to a stereotype it's true shameful. But chew. And when I told shanty I was surprised by all the drinking and talking about sex in the movie, she totally schooled me Indian cinema has not been the way you've just described in many, many, many years don't feel bad Amazon, and Netflix also need to get up to speed on Indian film because they're up against a serious competitor. India already has a major online content provider called hot star and hot star says it has about one hundred and fifty million monthly users, according to counterpoint research Amazon has eleven net. Flicks a paltry five which brings us to our strategies for streaming success in India number one understand the market because if you think India is all. Hollywood think again, India is not just Bollywood Bollywood movies are mostly in Hindi. But according to India's last census a hundred and Twenty-one languages are spoken in the country. So plenty of Indian films are made in other languages. You know, what when you go to India you go to village cinema. I remember in two thousand and five I was in a village at I went Paul the cinema that was showing Harry pulsa, but it was showing it with cobbled up. So how are we supposed to speaking in step two programming for culture, most of the content Amazon Netflix producing the US plays. Well, all over the country. You can show Portland in New York and Seinfeld in Portland, but India is packed with different cultures and viewers want content relevant to them, which is why Amazon, and Netflix are using strategies three focusing on a niche in this case, India's wealthy high earners people who can afford in other words in Amazon prime subscription, which is almost the same price as hot star just over. One US dollar a month or net flicks around seven dollars a month and both Amazon and Netflix say they're having some luck both are offering content in multiple languages, and Netflix has a hit secret games a Cup thriller. But if either wants to crack the Indian market, there is one more thing, they'll likely need hot star has this thing. Amazon and Netflix do not the advantage that helps the have cricket because Indians Loveday cricket hot star has the licensed to show the IP L. That's the Indian Premier League like the NFL cricket and one last challenge. Ashanti mentioned Indians love sharing their Loggins. But we don't have that problem here. Sally Herships of Garcia NPR news. Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from internet essentials from Comcast. Connecting more than six million low income people to low cost high speed internet at home. So students are ready for homework class

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