18 Burst results for "One Key Part"

"one key part" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

04:48 min | 3 weeks ago

"one key part" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"They felt they were covered by saying well. This is the right to self-defence. We don't get to claim self defense when you're occupying someone else's country. The troops are there illegally in syria. In also i would say probably illegally in iraq. The iraqi government having voted last year to expel the. Us new said. We're not leaving so the idea that self defense and i think it was k. Johnstone new pointed out if you break into someone's house and the guy tries to get you to leave and you killed him because you said well. I thought the house was mine. That's not justifiable domestic laws. You say article. Two of the constitution the authority of the president to protect us troops in iraq. Well if they're not there legally in the first place it's a little bit rough to justify it in that respect yes and a lot of people don't realize that We help create this monster from the very beginning. You know back in the early part of the century when they were talking about going to war in iraq and afghanistan and all the all these other places that you know taking iraq which was a suny country even though even though the majority were shia and giving it to the shia Why win this complicated mess over there. Get worse since it just happens that the iranians are she and You know they're even even what we try to sort out I think there are some basic rules. You can expect their our sympathies between she and she a- and That little war internal war with within the muslim world going on for a long time. Well you know a lot of critics of the war back then were saying ha how dumb the pentagon is You know the unintended. Victors of the evasion of iraq. Where the shia iran. You know how dumb how dumb. I didn't really offer that. Maybe i'm just too cynical. Dr paul i almost think it was by design because that guarantees the war will be Eternal they're you know if you if you one side against the other you push ones and we did that through the eighties with iran iraq war. We just want him killed to kill each other. So i'm gonna say they're sitting. Listen here trouble is your so often right but the one key part to put a couple of things and with the next one this is glenn greenwald..

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"one key part" Discussed on Murder In Alliance

Murder In Alliance

01:31 min | Last month

"one key part" Discussed on Murder In Alliance

"Hey y'all before we get started. I want to tell you about the philosophy of crime with james runner. James is one of my good friends. A fantastic journalist and this podcast is like none other. It tackles the biggest questions about crime. Why is true crime. So popular is reasonable doubt resemble. Why do we still have the death penalty and looks to classical philosophy for answers. Thank you know what items razor is all about or you certain. The world is dangerous. Place think again runners research into the corners of crime will cause you to rethink everything. You thought you knew about justice. All three seasons of the philosophy of crime with james renner are now available on all major podcast platforms previously on murder in alliance. This man was in a house where they dead body and was either cleaning up or the killer or was the killer. A guy gave out with the trash bag. That's all see why that report wasn't provided to the defense. What's up with that. Did you find somebody recommends. I did point out somebody hale says detectives told him later. The picture he pointed out was that of an alliance police officer. That is the one key part of this case. It just never sat right with the fact that it was never turned over to. The defense is shocking..

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"one key part" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

01:58 min | Last month

"one key part" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Kind of assuage young people's impatience and concern. Not just young people. Like i said this happens across generations. But i know you know. Young people are oftentimes a complaint is this is just you know what i'm in a bust my ass now so maybe twenty. Five years down the road we can get equal. Pay like it's so frustrating and i was wondering how you kind of swayed that frustration with young voters are. Are you talking about making big dramatic. Systemic changes to speed things up or you telling people. Hey it takes him in it Outfits a bit of boat. I mean the one key part of our education program is going to young people telling. Hey i know this is what you want. I wanted to but the government is set up in a way that makes it take so we have videos on the filibuster. Why we can't get stuff until the filibusters gone. We currently have a petition on abolishing the filibuster in were working across our network to get a filibuster. There's really no way a discipline at this boyne discussed no way to get sixty votes in anything really so if we want to get stuff done we have to get rid of that supermajority crush hold and telling young voters this waste office taking so long if you elect more people who have to represent you. We can get stuff done quicker. We can reform the system. So that's one part. The other part is just talking to our politicians like said we have a petition but we also really go and talk to your representative is some weird like we need to because if we down i'm gonna use an example climate change if we don't fix change none of what we do right now will matter and fifty years right. My generation did not particularly want to pick up the fight of climate change. It's like i'm nineteen years old. I should not really be doing indium. This political work but at this point when climate inches wide consequences of climate.

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"one key part" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

Champagne Sharks

04:16 min | 5 months ago

"one key part" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

"For example was a very good organizer everytime we went to a city and spoke and a lot of people don't notice about him and a big problem is A lot of people get this. Get their stuff from the autobiography by addicts haley and and the movie by spike. Lee didn't talk about a lot of the nuts and bolts of what malcolm x. but everywhere malcolm x. Left he left a mosque. He was very big into grassroots organizing and structural stuff so he created a lot of mosques whereas martin luther king didn't really after he left the city after protesting relieve anything behind and the internet nowadays. And all this stuff with variety is very very good at mobilizing. But it's not great at all is in organizing slow right and i think one problem that to add to what to add to what mario said another reason why i think the night attending doesn't work because people can't keep it together in my experience long enough to even make it to the point where They get what they want. Because because of the slow process though that ten percent ends up causing infighting vaunting apart before you cross the finish line you know with those alliances of convenience. You know like like ooh look like how in this this thing with danton. He couldn't stick around with zero population growth people because they weren't going on board with his hardline Immigration stuff like another reason that you just can't last very long in these Coalitions you might last long enough to mobilize but you're not gonna last long enough to actually organized and that's where you really cross the finish line. That's a great point. Yeah and you know in in a weird way you as you talking about max. Creating these lasting institutions that are then able to sustain struggle over time through the ebb and flow of Different mobilizations like tinton broke with other parts of the concentration is movement then created these institutions. That were able to endure. And then when the moment came they were ready in that moment took shape of trump trump trump campaign and trump administration. And i do agree for sure that we're on the left where in a moment of being able to mobilize people very quickly. But it's very reactive. It's very like own. Yeah it was always kind of in response to In response to one like immediate crisis or another and that's necessary like we have to. We have to be able to do that But it's always you know we're not being we're not able to to create like kind of crisis new able to create things on our own and create a crisis on our own terms because we haven't built up the kinds of institutions that that connects was was trying to and was ended Succeeded that to a certain. I'm going to tell you guys something It's hard to blame the left or or black radicals or immigration reform people or any of these people. It's hard to blame them for now. Organizing because i feel like one key part to organize things to make people feel like there's a real unifying Crisis you know That requires more than just just mobilizing. Because i think emotion and being reactive is not gonna be enough to keep you Active because you get tired you know. Even the george floyd thing like the outrage got kinda tiring kind of burnt itself out you to a degree And and really kind of woke me up to this..

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"one key part" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:05 min | 8 months ago

"one key part" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Brad Allen, Tom Newman here because doing well doing very well Christmas shopping done or we're where we had all done on my end. Procrastinate. Wait. What about the one president? You have to buy bread? Is that one done? No. Oh, truth comes out. Truth comes out. She doesn't listen to the radio station, and it was good. So what do you get in there? Since she doesn't listen to him now, what's your diamond jewelry was No, She's big jury person. You know, I always wonder if the store's right before. Christmas. Like the day or two before Christmas. They just raised all the price. Well, they know the guy's air coming in right now, although your wife might want some power tools or something, she's she's very This is impressive. Can't keep up with all the projects. He's doing that already pretty amazing, pretty impressive stuff, but Great topic this week. Guys were talking a little bit about all the wild, you know, kind of craziness we've had this year and recapping the year we talked a little bit about the cares act. We talked about the Secure act from last year, some opportunity for tax strategies. Record unemployment and Tom, you know, in the summer we really saw this recession set in on the country. For more than 10 years, the U. S economy grew or expanded following the great recession that we had in 2000 and eight and the National Bureau of Economic Research officially declared. The U. S has been in a recession since February. And by definition, Ah, recession is a significant decline in economic activity that is spread across the economy and its lasting more than a couple of months. So while all eyes are on the economic recovery and the possibility of AH second stimulus bill Covert 19 cases continue to surge and more states are again in acting lockdowns and closing businesses to stop the spread of the virus. And boy. I mean, that's what we want to see you right? And, you know, I think there's this. It's been an interesting to me, guys that you know the market. I think in large part has ignored the short term effects of this, You know, Second unknown what number wave we're talking about. I'm calling it the winter wave. But You know, it's in large part, ignored that even though the numbers are pretty staggering, But I think you know a lot of people forget that The market is really kind of Ah, some type of discounted rate on where things will be six months or a year from now, So it's really looking past this winter and saying OK? Re vaccines right on the verge of being available. You know we could have and a lot of economists are believed we could have a very different 2nd and 3rd quarter of next year and really have this expanding economy and folks coming back to work, But It's certainly something for us to think about. And I think guys as the year comes to a close, you know, there are also some events that have really affected our finances. You know, first and foremost was the presidential election right? Like many things we faced this year. The election created uncertainty for investors and Historically, the stock market is pretty volatile, leading into a presidential election and that really held true this year. Stocks posted losses the week prior to the election. The Dow then closed out its second best election day ever with a gain of over 500 points. But there's a lot of uncertainty around the election outcome and what remained throughout most of November until President Trump officially kind of allowed President elect Joe Biden to begin his transition just before Thanksgiving. And in the wake of that announcement that Dow surpassed 30,000 milestone for the first time so looking at how the market performs in election years, dating back to 1944, some predict we would end the year on a high note. You know, I think it's so easy to get caught up in that right. We feel like if our candidate doesn't win. You know the market's gonna crumble. But history, you know, investing and working in the market is not a place for emotions. History tells us a little bit different tale, right? And unless, you know, we don't know what's gonna happen in Georgia get here. But divided. Governments tend to do pretty well, right do pretty well and although if we just look at the raw data The Democratic presidents have a little bit of Ah, you know, uptick on average rate of return. I'm not sure that President has that much influence on the market, right? There's certainly some but I think there's a strong argument to say an apple or a Tesla. There's such a large portion of the markets. The decisions they make probably affect the markets more directly that then the government so it boils down to happen. That long term plan. We talk a lot about having a written Retirement and income plan that you understand. If you don't feel like you have a simple written retirement and income that you understand income plan. I should say that you understand you deserve that. And that's something that we offer complimentary to folks in the community here. So if you're interested in working with that The easiest way is to either call the office at 4144097226 that's 41440972.

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"one key part" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:26 min | 1 year ago

"one key part" Discussed on AP News

"On behalf of your,nder in chief every American happy thanksgiving one key part of the trip was to thank U. S. troops stationed in Iraq for their service but the other purpose was to reassure Kurdish allies of continued US support in our video vice president pence met with the president of Iraqi Kurdistan nature von Barzani call to visit an important indication all the old continued so full responded he was there to reiterate the strong bond forging a farce between the people of the United States and the Kurdish people a senior US official says the visit is also intended to reassure backers of the Kurds here in the US Ben Thomas Washington

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Pence works to reassure Kurdish allies in surprise Iraq trip

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Pence works to reassure Kurdish allies in surprise Iraq trip

"On behalf of your commander in chief every American happy thanksgiving one key part of the trip was to thank U. S. troops stationed in Iraq for their service but the other purpose was to reassure Kurdish allies of continued US support in our video vice president pence met with the president of Iraqi Kurdistan nature von Barzani call to visit an important indication all the old continued so full responded he was there to reiterate the strong bond forging a farce between the people of the United States and the Kurdish people a senior US official says the visit is also intended to reassure backers of the Kurds here in the US Ben Thomas Washington

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"one key part" Discussed on Your Own Magic

Your Own Magic

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"one key part" Discussed on Your Own Magic

"Joey. I want to be successful on my God. Those away to Embiid. Use in you cannot ever hit a moving target, only if you're lucky, and I'm sorry. Our lives are way too important to rely on luck. Right. So. And so you get crystal clear when I say, crystal clarity. Oh, I mean, I want by this date by June thirtieth twenty twenty one five PM eastern standard time eastern standard time that glee likes specific, I get really specific a lot of my students that are on my campus. They have moved to such a level of specificity. It blows their online there. So and you you really get see it when it specific. And then, so you set a goal sector mackerel goal, which is twenty twenty one June, thirtieth five PM. I want to have increased my revenue by whatever percentage run hundred thousand two hundred fifty thousand fifty thousand whatever that is. I want to reached an additional hundred thousand people on all my social media platforms. I want my social media to grown six x. Whatever that goal is really specific give me the numbers. And then that's your. Macro goal been you set ninety day micro goals all the way back to today. So you look at you get three years out two years out. You get there ninety days outta time make sense. Absolutely. And those are your micro goals. And so you, you said micro goals all the way out to your macro goals. So that if you need to tweak, anything, you only need to tweak a ninety day plan, you don't need to tweak three your plan. And then the first of the macro seconds, the micro goals, ninety days third, you get an accountability community. I recommend the best numbers. Nine people five is doable, if you can only get to get to, but you get people who are running as fast or faster than you are. You can't be the super sauce in your circle. If you are you're gonna run circle that let you off the you get a accountability group meet every two.

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"one key part" Discussed on Your Own Magic

Your Own Magic

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"one key part" Discussed on Your Own Magic

"Down in clear detail where you wanna. Be in what you wanna be doing. Spiritually financially physically, and healthwise and relationship wise, romantic family, friends, siblings, colleagues community, right down, all of those things in exactly how you want to be in vivid detail. And then reverse engineer back to today and then just follow the breadcrumbs foul, the map follow the GPS system is just like when you get in a car Raquel, and you wanna go from where you are to Brooklyn, New York. You don't just start driving east Ugo. Hold on. Let's see where the point the pinpoint is on the address that we wanna go to Brooklyn, New York, and the less bre verse to near to the path, we need to take to get there. We do it every time we get mccartan. We just don't do it in our lives. And so I say as an abundant thinker do that in your life as well. And then the other thing abundant thinkers truly in abundant life abundant life individuals. Do. Is we speak to inspire not to impress? That that is good. And Amen to all that. That's truly the magic. That's that's the secret. Yeah. That's the one thing that, honestly I thought the secret was lacking was the importance of taking back up -solutely creating those little bread crumbs, but inspired actions. What is inspired action versus regular action? How horn is to do that to create massive abundance. Absolately first of all, you know, I agree with you. The secret did not get to action. They spent fifty one minutes on mindset, yet, if there were ever a secret sequel, it would be all about action. So I think I spent the next five years traveling all over the globe. Just talking about action. Sola wanted me to talk about the secret I spent odd minutes on the secret concept at Abilene received that I spent the other fifty five minutes of my message talk about the action that you need to, to have. Yes, your speeches are the secret part two. Right. Right. Right. Right. Right. Lutely. And so when you look at what actions Depp's the people should take to truly draw abundance of themselves number one. And I'm very succinct. I'm coach. And I when I coach, I'm not just a theory coach talking concept like I talked action and application and accountability. And check in dates in where we are today where we are ninety days. So the first step to really taking something in manifesting it, like if you really go, how a manifest this thought that I have number one, get crystal clear on, what looks like a lot of people think, in set goals that are way too big you ass-. I want to be happy. I wanna have Joey. I want to be successful on my God. Those away to Embiid. Use in you cannot ever hit a moving target, only if you're lucky, and I'm sorry. Our lives are way too important to rely on luck. Right. So. And so you get crystal clear when I say, crystal clarity. Oh, I mean, I want.

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"one key part" Discussed on Your Own Magic

Your Own Magic

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"one key part" Discussed on Your Own Magic

"That skill share dot com forward slash your own magic. And we can stop giving others permission to judges. It makes us a whole back in some way. And then when we dance in this delicious stance that you're talking about of being an imperfect human, I see that, that is like the one step to finally manifesting so much greatness, all of your greatness, all the abundance more than just finances all the abundance to you. And I'm curious what are some commonalities of great manifestations in abundant thinkers, since this is something you have a bit, too knowledge on abundant thinkers? You know, we think we think from our highs level of consciousness. So a true, abundant thinker, they think for things that don't just give them personal gain their thoughts. Actually, at value to society there. Thoughts are inclusive of the greater good for everyone else end the greater good for myself. It's not it's not self sacrificing to the degree of personal pain where you're the martyr that helps everyone else everyone else are you secretly suffer? That's not an abundant thinker. That, that it they look that looks wonderful but it doesn't feel good to the person serving. Does that make sense? Yeah. And I had and I lived in that space for years, where I would serve serve, sir from my empty Cup from my bone-dry Cup thinking that, that was the best way to be an abundant thinker. An abundant, you know, mindset is a mindset that says, I am willing to serve the highest good that I can for the world around me while while recognizing that self care is not selfish. I willing to say, yes, as much as I need to say, yes, but what makes my yes. Valuable is the fact that I own recognize also willing to use my no, that's the highest level of abundant thinking, abundant thinkers. They think long term, when people are living in scarcity, lack, they think months month abundant thinkers are thinking three five ten years out in allowing batch strategy. My five year me the five year thing that I have for myself, and what I have for my contribution the world they, we reverse engineer in we'd make strategy of what should we be doing today to make that five year? Plan come true. That is so true. Yeah, yeah. An abundant thinkers, don't spend Dollar Time on penny task. Bundit thinkers are saying, what's the age. V a for me. What's the highest value activity? What's the h v a for me? What's the H B A for Johnny was the hba Iraq l was the age a from my son was the av? So abundant thinkers are always saying, what's the highest value activity that you should be doing right now that brings the highest value result to you in those around you? So we don't spend our time on penny task and that's not to take away from the penny tasks because the penny tasks is someone else's dollar tasks. Why the hell recall, would you add mushroom stew, your copy says some of the many people, I know who are not well, added podcast listeners and just not aware of the long list of benefits mushroom, mixes add to your copy without disrupting the taste, of course, may add yet note, your coffee will not taste like mushrooms, but. When you add for Sigmatic mixes in pretty much any mix you desire, it will prevent you from the awful crashes jitters, and Justice us, and whatever harmful things to dozen nineteen is head lighting about your coffee these days. So I'm religious about adding mushrooms to my coffee, or tea, you can't leave out the tea drinkers, because it really does help support, digestion and stress management, end cortisol levels, and also certain kinds have their own unique benefits, like court assess, for example, are great for pre workout as it is shown to support endurance stamina, and then we got Chogye, which has an insane amount of antioxidant properties that support immune function. They're great for people who are always around people, you know, and then my favorite my personal favorite lion's mane, which is the brains best friend for cognitive function and creativity. End Buddhist monks us. Lion's mane mushrooms to enhance their focus. I'm sure they probably don't put it in there, Kathy. Berlin not, but still at to your coffee, and your extra is so in truth, the one of the smartest things I do for my body.

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"one key part" Discussed on Your Own Magic

Your Own Magic

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"one key part" Discussed on Your Own Magic

"And so early on Raquel. I had something to prove to them. I'm move to needing to prove it to meet. I graduated to need not to prove to anybody. And so your life is an ascension. You know, it's a constant ascension. And guess what you can ascend, and then digress. Because circumstances, a relationship gone bad family issues. Transition DEP is someone you love it can cause you to ascend and then to have into fall back. That's okay. That's why you have your bounceback muscles. That's why you have your get back up muscles. Yes. At the magic begin. Salta. It's raquel. And I hope you're planning your Monday night full moon. Celebrating happy full moon. And in fact, this is indeed a moon that I recommend practicing some manifesting around with the specific intention of abundance. It's the strawberry moon or also known as a Roseman, which apparently is now moving into such terrace and I'm not an astrologer and his strategy expert by any means obviously super into it as in wool, super interested in it. But from what I've received and learn from others, is that if we tune in tonight, we may feel an and Burley the next day I feel like the full moon affects can trickle a bit for a couple of days. We may feel a greater sense of abundance and happiness for the next two weeks. Yes. Like fourteen days of happy as is just kidding. No, no. Of course, we're human things are going to come up, but I guess, more abundant in happiness. And for whatever reason were expected to have more moments of fewing. More lively and optimistic about life, which ultimately helps us rain in abundance on many things in all areas of our life. So I welcome it. I fully welcome this. I fully welcome in abundance of love from friends and family and abundance of opportunities. And good health energy and inspired, creative ideas, and focus, and more moolah, and connection.

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"one key part" Discussed on Side Hustle School

Side Hustle School

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"one key part" Discussed on Side Hustle School

"And most days I drive to different locations where I released the dove, and I try to beat them home. But if all goes, well, they beat me home and business doubled last season. And I'm pretty sure it's going to double again this season. One of the challenges. I had in the beginning was stepping up and speaking in front of large audiences, which I would be really scared to do. But I started to pretend that I knew what I was doing. And that I was the experienced speaker and that actually worked all that pretending because now I feel pretty comfortable in that role. So at these events that I have been going to have seen tears. And I've seen Hallelujah 's I've seen joy, and I wouldn't trade it for the world time and time again, the families have come up to me and told me how the doves were the best part of their event. And since our episode aired we have earned about six thousand dollars, and this money has been a true godsend for families needs. And I have added an extension on the dove loft to make it an even better home for the birds and the one key part of me has invested in a GPS device that tracks the path the birds fly on Google earth. They're out to to their stops where they're actually flying, which is really cool. So one of the challenges I still continue to face is that I don't fly the birds during the wintertime, it's a big chunk where I do turn away calls, but I'm challenging myself to be a better flyer and learn how to keep my bird safe. And eventually I might be able to fly all year long. Awesome. Thank you so much. Appreciate that out of eight hundred episodes the only we've had about homing pigeons unless I'm mistaken. But I'm pretty sure I'm not mistaking his out that was very cool. If you've ever wondered how that business works? I want to go and listen to episode number one ninety five birds of feather flock to your Bank account..

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"one key part" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"one key part" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Central to its plans. You might have heard of the one belt one road project also called the belt and road initiative. It's an economic policy that underpins president Xi Jinping's vision for China as global stakeholder the trillion dollar plan for the creation of a network of connecting infrastructure projects that four new overland and maritime trade routes spreading west from China across Asia and the Middle East Africa and Europe one key part of the Belgian road project is the China, Pakistan, economic Colorado, CPAC that's the name for the billions of dollars worth of investment that China is making in Pakistan from highways and railways to energy generation telecommunications cables, and the brand new seaport celebrated in the song. We heard earlier the close relationship between China and Pakistan, which is often talked about as high as the Himalayas deep is the C suite is the Honey is one of these kind of geopolitical centerpieces of China's foreign policy. In South Asia. Joshua Eisenman is a senior fellow in China studies at the American foreign policy council. I may we counter weight to India and a way to access Africa and other Middle East and other parts of the world without going through the streets of Malacca, so the CPAC corridors and essential part of one belt one road or be our is it's called now. And if that particular leg that is not successful. Then that sets a very, bad example. So there's a lot of incentives on the Chinese side.

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"one key part" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show

The Rack Radio Show

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"one key part" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show

"And he proceeds to teach him the nod which is like okay all right robbing funding so before i go on it should i missed one key part of this which it's back in the beginning because i'm just so excited about this episode and that is that we have lucienne garcia flynn meet vitz meet face to face for the first time in the season basically garcia wants out in exchange for the information that loses asking for 'cause he was instrumental in helping them figure out what's going on and where to go and that kind of thing in terms of the whole plot and so she convinces him that she is sincere in wanting to stop rittenhouse and he tells her you know what she wants to know and he's like i wounds free next time it's gonna cost you inches a yeah okay whatever would use it like a room and we're also dealing with residual issues of what has been done to lucy in terms of rittenhouse what they did to her so i'm sure we will get that in a later episode because they keep asking her about it and she second fine fine fine totally fine or like you're not fine she's like no but i'm not gonna talk about it will open his yeah it's she's gonna lose a crap at some point so anyway our heroes come back it's a happy happy ish inning meanwhile in the present day we had conner mason trying to reclaim his life he wants to do a speaking engagement in the feds are like no you can't do it and so he rebels nutritious do the thing and right at the last second they come and arrest him arrest in quotations and so now he's he's very angry with our most beloved federal agent because well she didn't let him do what he wanted to do agent christopher you know basically portrays him and has him arrested and dragged off so he's not happy with her we'll see where that goes that's going to blow up at some point i'm sure oh gee assise burn refuses arm jia freaks out she's like oh god you know basically earlier in the absorb she for saw him burning his arm and she's like it's not real real real and then it's you know he comes back with burn on his arm so i'm sure that's going to come.

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"one key part" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"one key part" Discussed on Kickass News

"Yeah we did twenty two countries and uh you know over the course of over just over a year you know we won't even going everywhere so that was you know it's exhausting and a sharp but that's case in this jobs i since for me there's a couple of things i mean the most settled forgettable moment for me while was happening was uh uh in hiroshima ran for burma became the first president to to visit you know the peace memorial ground zero where they drew dropped the atomic bomb gave the world war 2 and and give a speech there which was a kind of a meditation on the nature of world war um and how humanity has always of be how far you know each other and they're on and kind of reflecting on what that means in the modern era and it was just incredibly powerful i never realised in ever imagine at the time with with some would come out with the scene on a though one key part of it where you know were should have now all grappling with the new possibility of another sort of nuclear conflict in so i mean that's sued mindboggling and the film has a number of these powerful full circle moments like to visit to hear a shema powerful moments not just for the nation but specifically on thinking of when secretary of state john kerry visits vietnam on a personal level what was that moment like for him berry was a you know officer and vietnam it could bad experience sir shaped his entire right and became a very.

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"one key part" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"one key part" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Is one key part of that is if you look at total energy costs reactors consumers probably closer to lower teens but what are we doing research in our heating to natural gas which is quite cheap we get had basically ten percent of our now case warned would dino you collect them would by the side of the road but it's just you know in in connecticut adjust just falls on us but that's part is part of meets that advancing technology that is what opec and russia has testified me nightly they actually have the old the higher hydrocarbons but the rest of the world like us is really moving ahead rapidly in i mean obviously technology increasing shale but that is one key thing i think the market hasn't priced and yet there's this production trend in us should just go off the charts in that simply watching futures markets michael we've been remiss not during gold i couldn't judo gold release of a little bit because before the goal bonner stocks you don't everyone's looking for that 1300 handle i guess it's boring but but is there is there a goal was not the cold or an angle to gold right now uh uh uh this thing for gold for me is it's the one commodity like to see go down is it means most other assets most essef other financial absence are doing quite well and i to me the risk for next year's gold is much more likely head towards fourteen dollars an ounce and the reason isolating hundred fourteen hundred yet fourteen hundred dollars an ounce because it's hovering right here on thirteen and it's getting little push from a weaker dollar you basically have to have a stronger dollar next year and a stock market this sustains is historically low volatility and both those is scenario timber logged to show some mean reversion mean the dollar should continue to probably decline if it can't rally fed tightening by what's going to take and we all know are due for little mean reverse stock market bounty both.

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"one key part" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"one key part" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Sunday the house will reject one key part of the senate plan the elimination of state and local tax deductions are you saying that of the house will not accept a total elimination of that just won't fly in a if even if the senate passes it that's what i'm saying still treasury secretary steve mnuchin told cnn's state of the union he's optimistic the good news is both the house and the senate and the administration have the same mm objectives and he claims they'll get this overhauled done by christmas colin dwyer npr news this is npr news in washington toxins from algae are now on the list of threats to safe drinking water npr's nancy shoot has more on a new study from the centers for disease control and prevention the cdc looked at disease outbreaks in the u s caused by drinking water most were from the bacteria that causes legionnaire's disease but two others really stood out in 2013 in 2014 the city of toledo in a nearby community had to tell residents to stop drinking the water because it was contaminated with toxins caused by algae bloom in lake erie more than one hundred people got sick with gastrointestinal problems cdc scientists say these are the first known cases of a disease outbreak caused by these toxins in municipal water water treatment plants contests for the toxins and treat water to reduce the risk nancy shoot npr news international climate talks are continuing this weekend in bonn germany former california governor arnold's.

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"one key part" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"one key part" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The w eyewitnesses who were there who weren't so sure to begin with and so what discord did was say you have to take it altogether that if they're flaws in one area of a trial they can't be separated out to the benefit of the prosecutors of the state who want to keep the conviction in that to me is the main message of this case the sort of what sets it apart from your run of the mill wrongful conviction case said that we see a fraud the country how much of this separation of evidence is because of the way motions are filed to challenge things like confessions or to challenge specific pieces of evidence like forensics and how much of this is the result of some sort of strategic gaming of the evidence by prosecutors in this case resign area was fortunate in to the extent that the science came forward for him and supported him at the same time that the confession was being undermined so he was able to come to court with two good arguments in two thousand twelve which ultimately led to his release uh but yes that's a problem because what'll happen is a defendant will dig and dig and dig and and add five years down the road or ten years down there are undermined one key part of the case against him inot come to court and the judge in that case will say okay yes you have proven some doubts about the incriminating nature of this evidence by you know what you still have the nc indeed that helped convict you and the jury could have relied on only on b and c and d to convict you and so we're not going to overture with the jury has done so that's a disadvantage that most defendants have in these cases the other part to say is that in most states the standard for review is so difficult there is such a presumption of validity four convictions are so much of a need for certainty and find out the of convictions that appellate courts a review and courts will simply say it's just not enough and you have wrongful convictions that aren't considered wrongful you have people essentially who have been framed or otherwise sent.

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