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"question department" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

06:31 min | Last month

"question department" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"He was playing at his own pace. He was getting to the cup couple times just weaved his way all the way to the rim. But he wasn't trying to go 100 miles an hour. He was letting the play develop, finding his shot, confident that he was going to get one and I just don't see that in Janice's game and again. This is This is proving to be the Achilles heel. For the Milwaukee Bucks in that when it comes to go to situations You end up relying on Chris Middleton, and I just don't know that Chris Middleton while a very good player. Is the go to player on a championship caliber team. Fox Sports Radio Jason Smith Show with me. I'm my garment on the hotline with us right now, FS one analyst. The On the ball podcast is where you find it. Also his book Rebound with Brian Grant at all your major book distributors amazon dot com Barnes and Noble, You name it, You can find it. It's our guy Ric Bucher. Find him on Twitter at Ric Bucher R I. C B U C. H E. R. Is the spelling there and and Rick. I'm just going to tag tag it when, as soon as they gave Marv Albert the frame jersey and celebrated, you knew it was over because it's game five. That meant they weren't coming back. How you like that bravado? That's it. That's the call analysis. That was that was outstanding. That's very well done. Uh, the only thing I can beat some of the stuff you've got to battle every day. What are you talking about? This is the only thing I can say to that. Yes. Ric Bucher, with a spectacular response to Michael Harmon's question department gets a time out to talk it over. Very nicely done. Well, just question Are they done? It? Did Milwaukee take their best shot. Now that Kevin Durant has found Hubert superhuman strength, And even if James was just standing around for 46 minutes, he wasn't for 46 minutes. Yeah, I'm not. I'm not that confident in in the Brooklyn That's being to replicate this on the road in Milwaukee against a desperate Milwaukee team, and I would hope it's not over because you should be able to look at How you played against Harden and harden playing 40 plus minutes. On on one leg. I can't imagine that he's going to be feeling particularly spry. And so I just no, I don't Look at this point. Is it the Nets to win? Yes, for sure, because Because you still got another game seven at home, and I like, you know Kevin Durant's chances in that if James Harden is simply on the floor, and who knows? Maybe Kyrie is backed by then. This was this was the game for me. But the bucks needed to win to win the series. I don't I'm not saying that it can't go to seven. In fact, I kind of expected it will I think this is the game when it's all said and done that Milwaukee would look back on and say, You know what? We just didn't approach this in the right way, and we had the gift of The Brooklyn Nets, not being able to hit a single shot, you know, early on and having that lead and being able to play with an advantage and then kind of just Thinking they were going to mosey their way to a finish and I which is surprising to me, Considering how much playoff experience this team has. I feel like they should have known better. Yeah, it's funny, you say should have known better because the two things I'll think about from this game, right? The two things you see, obviously, Yanis, you know, dropping that pass at the end that would have tied the game. You're like, Oh, my God, That was I mean, that's the That's the honest his career now, but Durant's three that game the lead when James Harden did everything he could to give away the possession when he just stood with the basketball for like, 15 seconds, and I'm saying this is it. The Bucks have this and Middleton comes over because because Katie comes over for the ball, and Middleton leaves KD because he thinks Oh, maybe I can get the ball from Harden and Harden. Just all I can do is throw the ball to Katie. It's like when I went in like a like a like a a little league basketball game where the the worst kid on the team has the ball and everybody comes over and all he does is throw it up his eyes. Again to somebody to catch it, like all harden did was say, Oh, now I have and he just throws it over and Katie has enough space to hit that three. And I said, What was Middleton doing on that play? Yeah. And those are the little plays you make a good point. I mean, those are the little place where you have to have the discipline and the recognition. Of what's going on and in a playoff game that playoff games hinge on decisions or mistakes. Like that, And I just I feel as if there were a host of those kind of many decisions that forfeited the advantage that the Milwaukee Bucks had. You know, I mean, any time Janice comes down and takes a pull up three on the break. Like what do you What are you doing? I don't even mind if he takes it. Three. If we're going to rotate it, everybody touches it. We make the Nets work for You know, 20 seconds or 16 seconds, and now we swing it around, and now he's open and he takes it. That's different. A pull up three on the break when you're not a three point shooter. In a game like this. Just baffles me, and he's done it consistently. Throughout this series. And it's partly why I'm convinced You guys watch the next couple games if you haven't noticed at this point. How many times do you see Janice? Mike Budenholzer talking about anything. Where there's any conversation between those two. Now Quin Snyder and Donovan Mitchell, Steve Nash, Kevin Durant. I mean, I can go down the line of the best player on every team. And you see them at times talking things over in terms of how they're going to approach the game. I never see that and maybe I'm missing it, But I just don't see it and it lends. It leads me to believe That Janice and and coach but are not necessarily always on the same page And the way he's playing would indicate that I can't believe the coach but is happy with some of the decisions that Janice is making..

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"question department" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

08:42 min | 2 months ago

"question department" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Has an article. Pentagon officials considering pulling the plug on the Star Cross jet I Cloud Computing project, which has been mired in litigation from Amazon and faces continuing criticism from lawmakers. They joint Enterprise Defense infrastructure contract was awarded to Microsoft in 2019 over Amazon, which is contested the award in court ever since that contract worth $10 billion California Governor Gavin Newsom, who last year projected a budget deficit in his state of up to $54 billion because of the Corona virus pandemic lockdowns. That would be a quarter of a state budget. Today, he says they have more than a $75 billion surplus, and the U. S. Health and Human Services Department says it will protect against discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity in health care that reverses a policy from President Trump. House Administration Committee held another hearing today on the January 6th attack on the U. S. Capitol, focusing on Capitol police and their threat assessment encounter surveillance before and during the attack. Testifying the Capitol police Inspector General Michael Bolton, Here's some of the questioning from Republican Congressman Rodney Davis. Mr Phone again. I want to turn to the Capitol police Couple polices Threat assessment intelligence gathering analysis capabilities prior to January six, where you were the Capitol police, his deficiencies encounter surveillance and threat assessment operations in regard to the threat assessment section. We did, and we had issued a report earlier recommend that the increased their mountain Nana, analysts and bringing are some of the policy and procedures up to date. We had not looked at counter surveillance, insists that was not a stand alone entity. That would not have fallen are come under our radar. Okay? Um, can you speak the department's current intelligence gathering analysis capabilities? Are those executed at a sufficient level that you would have recommended your previous reports. Yet when we conducted our previous report, they as I stated their caseload was very high. But since that report their case so that basically exploded to even larger numbers. S so again, we're recommending that they increased their level of analysts and agents to work. This case because of the number of threat cases that have been generated on additional resource is now we also made a recommendation. The utilized the FBI's behavioral analyst unit more frequently than what they did. When we spoke to them, they indicate that they could take up Much Ferb are much more cases than what we were previously providing them. Great. Thank you for your responses there Mr Bolton 10 years ago in Tucson or former colleague Gabby Giffords and 18. Others. Shot by a gunman in an official event tragically represented Giffords would severely wounded and six people were killed. Since then there's been an exponential increase in the number of threats made against members of Congress. However, there has been no corresponding increase in the number of arrests or indictments. Can you explain? Why is this a resource is for the department? It may not be so much a resource issue for department may be more of a resource issues for department justice. We haven't looked at the reasonings for the dealer. The declaration declamation rates or reasons for the why the U. S attorneys aren't taking the cases. So we haven't done any work in that field, so I wouldn't be able to give you a definitive answer. But there could be many factors as to why those cases is such a rise in the threat cases isn't coinciding with the conviction rate. U S Capitol Police inspector general Michael Bolton with Congressman Rodney Davis, ranking Republican on the House Administration Committee, a Democratic member of the committee, Jamie Raskin, also asking about the role of analysts at the Capitol police. Mr Bolton, there's a 32 1 officer to analyst ratio within the threat assessment section, and that's actually not just a ratio. Those are the actual numbers. If I'm reading it correctly, 30 officers to one analyst How does that ratio compared to other federal law enforcement agencies? Do we need more analysts and tell us why the work of analyst is important? Thanks, sir. It's not. They were close to your other federal agencies. The 30 to 1 ratio. Uh, what are our experience? Not only mine with the Secret service but also account for the FBI, Generally like either 5 to 25 to one ratio is more the optimal. The analyst could take a lot of the burden off of your your investigator, Agents, officers and conducting a lot of the checks, background checks and doing a lot of the legwork initially to form up a package to provide to the special agents to review and to continue on whether not being needs additional steps. So they can carry a lot of the burden initially and get a lot of the work quicker, done within hours as opposed to days, So those analysts are very important, long, well trained with the knowledge and the ability and have the skills they could take a lot of that bird and they could turn these cases over quicker and more efficiently and making sure we don't miss any steps or we don't miss any Particular information. It's very important. Your report says that the intelligence operations section, which is responsible for counter surveillance, had only 13 officers deployed on January 6 to provide actual time intelligence to the department. Doesn't department have more than 13 counter surveillance officers or is that it? And if there were more, why won't they deployed on the sex? How many are there? I think I believe that number is correct, sir. If the problem we saw with counter surveillance is it's not a standalone inst. So when we had the pipe bombs, three of the teams went to those pipe bombs and because of doing double duty, they start conducting an investigation that left one team. Cover the Capitol complex. So in other words, if those pipe bombs were tend to be a diversion, was speaking. It worked. Yes, sir. How many officers were diverted to the pipe bombs at the DNC In the RNC six women, six still be three teams. Two teams usually run with two. So there were only seven officers left for the rest of this each of the capital Basically. Too, so their 14th initially so it would have been just too there and the other six or eight would been told U. S. Capitol police Inspector General Michael Bolton with Congressman Jamie Raskin, the latest in a serious of hearings by the House Administration Committee on the attack on the Capitol January six. You can find the full video. It's C span dot org's On Wednesday. The witnesses before this committee on this issue will be former acting Defense Secretary Christopher Miller, former acting attorney general Jeffrey Rosen and Washington D. C. Police chief Robert Conte. No doubt they're going to be asked about the Defense Department waiting several hours before Okaying the National Guard troops to be sent to the capital that day, despite police from the Capitol police In Jerusalem. Hundreds injured as Israeli police fired tear gas stun grenades and rubber bullets. Palestinians throwing rocks this near the Al Aqsa Mosque compound in the old city known to Jews as the Temple Mount the Muslims as the noble Sanctuary. This comes during Israel's Jerusalem Day celebrations. Israel Israeli nationals parading through the city to assert their claim on the disputed area and now Hamas militants in the Gaza Strip, firing rockets towards Jerusalem, setting off air raid sirens throughout the city and in Israel, firing rockets back to Gaza, killing nine people. Including three Hamas operatives, acorns Israeli military Gaza's Ministry of Health, saying three Children also killed in Washington at the State Department. Associated Press reporter Matt Lee questioning Department spokesman Ned Price. When you talk about supporting Israel's right to defend itself. That includes I'm assuming, but correct me if I'm wrong that includes their retaliatory strikes against Hamas targets in Gaza, right. We're speaking of the principle of self defense..

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"question department" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

04:56 min | 10 months ago

"question department" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"The ten PM hour on this network of course, along with Eugene Robinson. Pulitzer Prize winning columnist for the Washington. Post. Senator let me begin with you. Same same question. I asked your former Senate colleague, Comma Harris what just happened in your view. Well. I'm eighty percent sad and twenty percent mad as hell. It was a terrible thing to happen in our democracy. And I am really like it up to here with anybody saying that there's some kind of false equivalency between these two debate participants I thought Joe Biden by and large showed the kind of self control, but we used to define as presidential. I thought. Donald showed exactly who he is a bully who is on moored who is chaotic? Who has no answers who really exposed how badly he has been impacted by having the power he's had and I, don't think it will hurt him with his supporters, but it's not gonNA help him anywhere that he is bleeding votes right now particularly among women particularly in the suburbs and particularly with older Americans that no, this isn't the way we do this in our country. Hey James. Is it comforting or disquieting to know that this president was prepped? He always hates people to know that work for challenge goes into anything that anything is new to him I'm afraid this the prep to just let it fly. Was Interesting. It's he just chased television audience away I mean after twenty five minutes it is literally was unwatchable and he's seven to nine points down I can't even trying to win the election it was it was really strange and I give the. Bond he thought he was sharpie answer the question department in very frustrated obviously who wouldn't be? But to the extent that people will have concerns about whether or not. It was good on his feet. I thought he hit really really well night but it the whole story is trump in trump needed a good story to get back into racing. Seemed tomato just chase anybody in any casual gerbil couldn't take this I'll by basically. Paid to watch it and it was a struggle Megan through ninety minutes of it. I'll be honest that was to talk television. Lawrence O'Donnell how to Joe Biden do I Joe Biden debris ads do which was go in and maintain his lead when you have polling like James Just referred to where you have a very clear front runner. In the polls tonight is winning and another candidate who's losing really the only thing to watch is the guy who's in second place. What did he do to move up? So the for me the only thing I was really watching from a professional standpoint was what Donald Trump due to move up what Donald Trump due to change votes in his direction I did see a single moment where that happened, but this is a debate that defies the tools that we normally bring to it at this hour Bryan, in the last hour Rachel said that she. Feels that this debate needs something other than fact checking but she wasn't sure what it is I'm not sure that I know what it is I did get a lot of personal messages during this debate and I just want to see my time to one of them This is a mother in Washington DC who grew up in Washington DC and on and has the unusual life experience of not working in politics or government in Washington DC but she respects government she sent me a photograph of her eleven year old daughter and she wrote. My soul hurts. And I think she spoke for millions of Americans with that text I. Think she spoke for my senses but she spoke for millions of mothers like yourself mothers of eleven year old daughters who are watching that too bit. Eugene what do you think the reaction was in the households watching where they have lost a loved one to the corona virus or the households watching who have a loved one in the Armed Forces or who God forbid of loss to child. They must have been appalled as as much of the nation must have been appalled. I, mean, I don't know what the hell was that we just saw I I would kinda flip Clare's percentages I think I'm eighty percent mad twenty percent sad at at the travesty Donald Trump did not come to obviously to participate.

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"question department" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"question department" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"This our from townhall dot com I'm Rhonda rostrum the back and forth continues between secretary state Mike Pompeii in house Democrats who want to question department officials as part of their impeachment inquiry just hours after Pompeii accused the three committee chairmen of trying to bully and intimidate the officials the three responded calling Pompeii a fact witness in calling on him to stop trying to in their words protect himself and the president the comments followed new reports that Pompey was on the phone call when president trump allegedly pressured Ukraine's president to investigate the Biden family they added that quoting here any effort to intimidate witnesses or prevent them from talking to Congress is illegal and will constitute evidence of obstruction Capitol Hill correspondent Wally Hines wife former Dallas police officers in jail pending sentencing for the shooting death of a black on arm to neighbor amber Geiger booked into the Dallas County jail Tuesday afternoon after the first day of testimony was completed in the sentencing phase of her trial jurors convicted Geiger of murder and the two thousand eighteen death of Botham gene Roth John that is she can face anywhere from five to ninety nine years in prison North Korea fired projectiles towards eastern see Wednesday in apparent display of its expanding military capabilities ahead of a planned nuclear negotiations with the United States this weekend north Korea's firing of missiles and other projectiles has come to follow a clear pattern the test send to coincide with diplomatic maneuvers and appear to be designed to increase the pressure on its adversaries in this case Pyongyang has just agreed with the United States to resume negotiations between officials towards ending its nuclear program the talks will be the first on the nuclear issue since February's failed summit between president trump and Kim Jong un but the two sides remain a long way apart and so far Mr trump's diplomatic out reaches done little to diminish the nuclear threat from North Korea you see Steve Jack's busting okay forty five..

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"question department" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"question department" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Hey when house Democrats who want to question department officials as part of their impeachment inquiry just hours after Pompeii accuse the three committee chairmen of trying to bully and intimidate the officials the three responded calling Pompeii a fact witness in calling on him to stop trying to in their words protect himself and the president the comments followed new reports that Pompey was on the phone call when president trump allegedly pressured Ukraine's president to investigate the Biden family they added that quoting here any effort to intimidate witnesses or prevent them from talking to Congress is illegal and will constitute evidence of obstruction Capitol Hill correspondent Wally Hines a white former Dallas police officers been jailed pending sentencing for the shooting death of a black on armed neighbor Gambar Geiger booked into the Dallas County jail Tuesday afternoon after the first day of testimony was completed in the sentencing phase of her trial jurors convicted Geiger of murder and the two thousand eighteen death of bottom Jean Rawson John that is she can face anywhere from five to ninety nine years in prison North Korea fired projectiles towards eastern see Wednesday in apparent display of its expanding military capabilities ahead of a planned nuclear negotiations with the United States this weekend north Korea's firing of missiles and other projectiles has come to follow a clear pattern the test send to coincide with diplomatic maneuvers and appear to be designed to increase the pressure on its adversaries in this case Pyongyang has just agreed to the United States to resume negotiations between officials towards ending its nuclear program the talks will be the first on the nuclear issue since February's failed summit between president trump and Kim Jong un but the two sides remain a long way apart and so far Mr trump's diplomatic out reaches done little to diminish the nuclear threat from North Korea you see Steve Jack's passing okay for really factor the one hundred percent drug free supplement it was formulated by doctors to help your body deal with inflammation and pain the reason I've told so. many of my friends about the three week.

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"question department" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

05:46 min | 2 years ago

"question department" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Else doing. So that's not a great answer for best location. But it's a it's a wonderful and the worst. I'd say the worst is probably I don't like working so much in the studio. Green screen when your show up. You've got a coffee mug within on that can be pretty dead. Okay. We kicked off those two boxes and we'll go back to just talk. I don't care. But I did I. I am curious about the film that you made in Auschwitz. Well, that was a great experience. And I am thinking about lately because Arnold hopeless. The producer recently has to weigh. And he was also a producer on platoon and other films as well. But those are two films that I made with him. We I think we were basically the first film to film entirely. On location in heck meekly, we filmed in ocean at Auschwitz, but most of it was filmed in Birkenau. And this is pre wall falling Poland, and it was tough and Burke amount would they it's like, they padlock the place at lunch. I could. I'd wander around, and you could still find person effects the in the grass, she you know, it's such a evil lace. You couldn't contacted emotionally hit only duet story. But. Of course. And there were moments where you just look at a piece of land. And you'd see a tree that was you knew was old enough to have witnessed one went on there. And it was chilling. But it's so far away from you. So far from your experience that it was difficult to grasp, but of course, shooting in the real place. Really rooted the experience. Also, we had like people that were both. Prisoners dinner and also people that work there, and they were having reunions by elderly now, and they they were sharing stories. The movie was based on the story of. Vessel Mamata boxer. A Greek Jew who was synthetic Schwartz, and he survived by basically catching the attention of the commandant because he was good boxer and just for entertainment, they'd have the inmates walks and the commandant really liked him. So he got preferential treatment. So you had this horrible situation a moral dilemma where you can't begrudge the guy find his way to survive. But at the same time, he it he couldn't extend those privileges to his friends and his family. So he was that he was basically taking favorites from the people that were killing his people. So it was an interesting. Story and and didn't get a huge release. I think it was admired by some people very much, but it did really habits day made by Robert young Wease. Great, great filmmaker. And I I'd love to work with him. I don't wanna hog question department here. No, it's. Say it's overwhelming, the number of movies you've made and the locations and the actors and everything else and trying to to we have trouble remembering all of it. I don't know how you do in the movies and the place that have done my life. I'm starting to realize are the only way I remember. Sure. Sure. Sure. It's really funny because if you say movie, I may not remember all the editions. I'm not Jane bring out all the anecdotes about the film and all that. But I do remember what was going on in my personal life has to share. That's only it's a marker. We realize we didn't name. The film is called triumph of this idea. Young trying to guess front for the spirit except for the actors working on it who were stuck at the camps. Not so much triumph of the spirit. But yes, it was tough hard before that film, I presume you had to learn I did and I had I had a world class trainer teddy. Atlas who worked with custom motto when he was worked with custom out of the famous drain. You know of Mike Tyson and many others. And he he was fantastic. So sort of like the painting in Van Gogh boxing was essential to finding the key of the character of the of the story. But that's one of the things. I find fascinating about an actress like, oh, yeah. Well, you learn things you learn things..

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"question department" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

09:38 min | 2 years ago

"question department" Discussed on KTRH

"Do you have left? That's a very very important question department. How many Christmases to your loved ones have very interesting finger ponder, I remember line. It was given in a movie that I was in called the hobos Christmas Bernard Hughes, and Gerald mcrainey were in this film. And I was a guy who was basically lying next to rescue missions, a Hobo and say he's getting out of the police car that gives us sends a police car. He says, you don't know how many Christmases you have left. I don't know how many Christmases I have left, and I remember that line over and over again because there I was and then kept shooting the scene over and over again every time I heard that line. I thought to myself. Wow. That's a very, you know, at the time, I was young. I bet that's pretty cliche for for family film, or family Christmas film. But as I got older, I started thinking to myself, you know, yeah. How many Christmases do you have left? And is there an expiration date on Christmas? And I got to thinking about Charles Dickens. I got to thinking about Scrooge. I got the thing about goes the Christmas past president future. And someone wants told me, you know, the ghost of Christmas yet to come is actually the ghost of Christmas last that is if you don't change that is you don't think about life, positively positively and work your way. Towards glinting better life and changing yourself a little bit. You know, it's always nice to change just a bit. You'd have to change a lot. We've found yourself, you know, making the same decisions and they're not doing any good. Maybe you should make some other decisions you turn to many right ways. You gotta go a little left. Gotta go little right. If you're going to many left ways, I mean, that's common sense. Right. I mean, if you do the same thing every time expecting a different result. It doesn't happen. You're going nuts. People. Call me nuts. All trying to say. You know, you're insane. You didn't call me insane. Many have right. But but here's the deal. You know that was asked if I wanted to do a podcast it's going to be about the end of the world. And I thought that sounds fun. I'll give it a shot. See even work for me. But at the end of the world was coming and this was the last Christmas. I don't think the song last Christmas would be the song. I'd want to hear the end of the world. That would be my hell, I told my friend Lucien said I hate that song last Christmas. Smith. I can't even. Very next day back. It makes me wanna puke. I can't stand that song. With all this song. They've been banning. Maybe that would be the best one to excites for the list of Christmas songs. It's not exactly the most fulfilling song might signify what it means to be living in your last few hours, or whenever I guess here. Fourteen times in a row might make a lot of people wish for the times. I don't want people may like that. I don't wanna finish Michael God rest his soul. But I'll tell you know. No. Thank you. You know, just might numb you to the point where the joy of Christmas. Just goes by the joy of Christmas music. Right. It's supposed to make you feel good. When you hear it. Sometimes though you ever noticed that you hear a song like last Christmas? What I don't like. I don't know. If you have a song, you hate. I hate that song. But it gets to a point. And in fact, today, I was at Starbucks and that'll Bing Crosby about I watch out you better not cry better. Not todd. I'm telling you that was playing and cylinder Christmas others playing. And I said man, you gotta loud today's says. Yeah, I'm ready to end it all, and I said, why did I just can't stand this Christmas music and see what happens is is that, you know, you find yourself just, you know, you get drowned in the noise, I mean, you can't hear anything, but the noise, and it's affected tends to come from just wishing you could just drown. I wanna drown. I can't stand. This. What happens is eventually the brain starts flipping dials, and switches, it's there to make sure that it can help you filter out. And then here have been not have to really listen to it. It's kind of there in the background. And I never understood why people just play the hell out of Christmas music from October to. Drug Tober to January. I mean, that's the reason why sometimes carolers don't get their hot chocolate. Are you kidding me? You're going to sing the same songs. The opposite. They won't go away. No hot chocolate for you. Become the hot chocolate Nazi? No hot chocolate for you. Christmas music is great. It's typically light fun. And it's been three enjoyed. I know, but there's a limit, man. There's a limit. I mean, some folks just can't go past. I'm one of those guys. I gotta limit man. I got a limit. I fully agree that having to listen to the song last Christmas by George Michael more than twice in a row would be the limit for me if I really had to listen to it. Go back to baby it's cold outside the station that played two hours of baby it's cold outside because they were rebelling against the ban. But I mean the last Christmas it gets rolled out every year for this holiday. There's like so many others, and and people enjoy them for a while when Christmas is finally here there are moments when you just want to turn the dial crank up some black Sabbath and say to hell. It's like I was saying, you know, it's like. It's like this whole year. I've got plaid kiss and Ozzy Osbourne iron maiden, concerts, man. My wife, and I want to rock and roll all night and party most of the day. I mean things we wanna do. So I mean, I know that song last Christmas. I know that this song really isn't about the end or the end of the world. I would not miss that song. If it just got lost somewhere in time. I wouldn't care. I a lot of people though that had been through Christmas after Christmas after Christmas, and they have had close calls. It has been almost their last Christmas. But you know, what's interesting is that miracles happen. Miracles happen. I mean, I had an interview with a talk host who had a weekend show, and he asked me about one of my most memorable Christmases. You can tell me about the best Christmas you've ever had by the worst Christmas. You ever had said I got one is the worst and best at the same time. So told me this story about how there was one year. I got a phone call. From our clergy. Called. And he said that my father had been in a horrible automobile accident. Now, my mother had been sick, and my father, of course, getting this automobile accident, actually, the car went out of control, and we had a hill over where my elementary school was in the car shot across the hill. Almost landed on the school it shot that it was going up as what happens the accelerator stuck in the freeze. It was cold and my father had to go and plow the roads. And so his car the accelerator stuck and it just took off. So my dad bailed and the car when you bailed out instead of going over the hill cliff, or whatever it was kinda double back at him and ran over him. And then what happened is the car then smashed into another car, and it just it's tires were spinning my dad had to turn it off. Well, I mean, he got broken legs. There was like three or four days later, I was walking home, and I had this. I stepped on a whiskey bottle a broken whisky bottles shoved a big piece of glass at my foot. And so I couldn't walk. I was in the hospital my father in the hospital. My mother was sick. It was going to be the year that we were going to have no Christmas because I was what fourteen fifteen I could easily gone shopping for the family for my dad, and for my mother, but I didn't do it. Because I was I was bedridden too. I couldn't walk. It was horrible. And I said it was a tragedy. We couldn't get any Christmas that year we were going to getting Chris we were planning on getting a Christmas that year. And that was the door foggy night. Something out of a Christmas story foggy night knock at the door. This guy standing with the most God awful looking Santa Claus beard. I had ever seen in a hat of like it was you know, from goodwill Santa hat, and he was wearing these coke bottle, buddy. Holly glasses. I'm I'm on my crutches standing there in the doorway, and I go Hello. And the guy sounded like foghorn Langhorne goes is I'm Santa Claus. And I just want to tell you. I'm here giving your toys toys here for your family or give you the toys. You're not listened to be son got toys for you and your family, and I'm looking at Santa Claus. I swear the guy was like seven feet tall had weighed four hundred pounds. He was a big, dude. Okay. And his Santa suit consisted of nothing. But like a smart with white and red. It was like it was it was like thrown together, probably the last minute. And then he was wearing Levi's and he had cowboy boots, and he had this big belt buckle. And I'm thinking who is this guy? And he said, yes, I want you to open the door because I'm about to come in and drop volleys toys. I thought no, you know, you're a stranger who the hell you are. But certainly he had on our driveway. And this is no kidding. He had in our driveway a big bag of stuff. I mean, he was huge. Like, it's like what we see the Christmas specials on Santa's sleigh. So he drug it up to the drug it up to the porch. And he said well. No, you don't trust me. And I know you don't think I'm a real Santa Claus bomb, the real Santa Claus. I'm gonna give you these toys. So you can put them under your Christmas tree and have yourself a fine Christmas. Now, here's the deal. Okay. This guy. Didn't see a car. And usually look for the car, no car. It was foggy. I mean, maybe the car was hidden in the fog, but there was no card nothing. And the guy just walked into the night. I watched him. I kept my eye on this guy because he left the toys. He left the toys and clothes and everything that we had..

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"question department" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

09:40 min | 3 years ago

"question department" Discussed on KSRO

"Glad to have you with us this morning in our final guest of the morning is a former United States attorney for the western district of Virginia. His name is Tim. Hey fee, and Tim glad to have you here. Thanks very much for having me. You have written an article about what Trump doesn't get about defendants defendants who flip and this is a very timely thing with the Manafort plea deal. The Michael Cohen situation, Papadopoulos, what is it that the president doesn't get about these guys making the president has criticized them routinely almost suggested that the process by which defendants who have exposure plead guilty and testify against others in exchange for leniency ought to be illegal, and he just ignores the procedural protections that are. Place to ensure that juries have adequate information to evaluate the credibility of these witnesses keenly used they're used all the time in courtrooms across the country to ban them would be significant impediment to law enforcement, and you understand. And maybe we've watched too many law and orders, Tim, but I think the majority of those of us outside the parameters of the law will look at something like that and say, hey, there's probably truth to that. I mean, wouldn't you say anything to get a better deal or something like that? Yeah. Absolutely. And the judge actually instructs jurors is a standard instruction that they should approach this witness with some skepticism and prosecutors know that in the procedural safeguard that they implement is that they work very hard to corroborate the testimony of cooperators, I devised the course at the department of Justice training facility to help federal prosecutors use these witnesses effectively in the steam. That course was you can't just put them up there by themselves and ask juries to take their word for it. You have to work very hard to bolster the credibility of those witnesses with documents with other witnesses were untainted with physical evidence. They have to be a block in a wall of proof. Not not the only block, and how are these particular defendants stacking up in this regard? Well, you look at the Manafort trial, the main witness against him was a man named. Rick gates who was charged. Pled guilty, and then testified against Manafort, and it wasn't just regains talking about the crimes that he and Manafort committed it was Rick gates documented with Email and financial records and accountants and professionals that facilitated the fraud he was plugged into a long series of other evidentiary steps and the jury ultimately believed him because they convicted Mr. Manafort of the very crimes about which Mr. gates testify and Manafort never really had the option of of anything, but a plea deal. Did he based on the information evidence that had been collected thus far? Well, once he was convicted in the first trial, then it was very difficult for him to win a second trial or even if he did win he was still facing substantial time on the council of conviction in Virginia. So there was very strong pressure on him to minimize that exposure by playing the one card that he's always had in. That's could be an ace. That's information. Right. He's going to. Provide information. And if the special counsel uses him will have to do the same thing they did with regains and that is corroborated corroborate corroborates to bolster manafort's credibility. And so those of us who are watching this whole thing unfold. Tim are wondering. Okay, we get that. He's got a plea deal. We understand that. What does it mean? We wonder what will is punishment be and what will be required of him. In terms of information moving forward. Do. The does does does. Oh boy. I can't think of Robert Muller already know what manafort's gonna say. Yeah. Almost assuredly. He would Manafort would not have gotten the plea agreement that he got had he not shown his cards, which is given a proffer been interviewed and given a proffer to the special counsel. As to what information he has the special counsel has clearly valued that believes that the information that it gets from Manafort is useful. And therefore, it gave him did the leniency in the form of the plea agreement. It's it's essentially a bargain, right? He gets missed Muller and his team get the information in exchange. They give up some of the the sort of possibility of punishment over Mr. Manafort is manafort's Lynch pin here, Tim or are there? Other dominoes to fall all sort of depends on what he knows. Let's assume that he's president in meetings with then candidate Trump in which there's discussion of Russian involvement in the election that would be a huge Lynch pin. You know, step beyond or if that's not the case, then no, he's not the Lynch pin? I mean, it all really depends on facts and evidence. That's what the special counsel is looking for. And I guess we'll all see what those facts are when this cooperation is revealed. And wouldn't you assume Tim that there will be a prison sentence for Paul Manafort? Yes. But he almost assuredly will get some prison time. But it'll be less prison time than he would have gotten had. He not cooperated and what about the pardon? How does that play into this whole equation? And when yeah, I mean, the president has the power under our constitution as the chief executive to pardon criminal defendants now would he be he could do it now? But his lawyer has said he won't because it would certainly cast doubt on whether or not there's actually evidence there that he's trying to avoid if Manafort cooperates and poop in point two finger at him. I would not expect this funny. How that works. Yeah. Yeah. So okay. So. Any is there any time line around this? I mean, there's been so little in terms of timelines with the Muller investigation. But now when it comes to what Paul Manafort has to say, what are you thinking in terms of timeframe? Yeah, they're getting pretty close here to the inner circle. Generally, these things sort of climb a ladder of culpability from lowest to highest metaphor. It's pretty high up the ladder. So there can't be many more runs left to take. I think this means that they're they're winding down to focus on the president on the potential collusion with with Russians in the election. And I'd expect in the next few weeks. Couple of months that there would be either report issued or some additional criminal charges. And what about the timing of all of this in terms of the November midterms come in right around the corner, and how the rest of this. I mean, there are obviously there are people depending on your political bent to think that there has been, you know, a sincere effort. To have these kinds of issues like the Manafort deal become public before the midterm elections. What about moving forward? Testimony would those elections have you know, have any weight in terms of when he might testify to good question department of Justice policy? Instructs prosecutors to be careful about taking any enforcement action. If it has the potential to influence, a public election started out talking about influencing elections, and here, we are right. Yeah. Exactly. Well, the the general there is no number of days or weeks that's provided in the DOJ policy. But generally, the buffer has been one to two months, you don't wanna do anything within the month or two before an election that might have the tendency to influence that election. It could be given how significant Manafort is and how much they need to take time to corroborate him time with him. But that's gonna kick back to after the November election. But Bob Muller is not gonna do anything. I almost a sure that he would not do anything within the last four to six weeks before an election. We're kind of bumping up right around there. Yeah. Might move it back to after the election in November December well as a former US attorney for the western district of Virginia. This must be fascinating for you. It absolutely is to see this kind. This kind of argument from the president United States about Cooper's. That's the exact argument that I heard from defense lawyers representing drug dealers in courtrooms. For years, and we now have a president the United States who's talking about, you know, the the Justice lack of ethics at the Justice department, and how fundamental tenant of our Justice system should be outlawed shocking to those of us who've done this for a living. Well, the article is in politico magazine, what Trump doesn't get about defendants who flip and and it's absolutely fascinating. As is this whole turn of events. At what point at what point Tim one? Final question for you at what point does this become bad for the country. I think it already is bad for the country the rule of law in people's faith in government faith, in the rule of law has already taken some pretty significant hits. We rely on the integrity of our institutions, regardless of your political persuasion, and it frustrates me. As an American that. There's been so much challenge that so I think it's already hurt us. We can get back. But it's hurt us. All right. Very good, Tim. Appreciate you being here today. Thanks for doing it. My pleasure. Thank you have a good day. That is Tim. Hey fee. US attorney for the western district of Regina. It's nine fifty seven at K SRO. We'll be right back. DJ.

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"question department" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"question department" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Has been set aside. I'm the single condition that you identified the body all the living person of the slave spot. Agus? Oh, everybody's looking around. Where is Michael Douglas? Silence. Yes. What Spartacus never said. I am Spartacus the emails in question. Come from the time that Cavanaugh was White House counsel for President George W Bush, one of the emails has cavenaugh questioning department of transportation, affirmative action regulations, it's from two thousand one and he writes in one of these e mails quoting here, the fundamental problem in this case is that these regulations use a lot of legalisms and disguises to mask what in reality is a naked racial set aside. Okay. And he talks about how the supreme court would potentially rule on this naming specific justices and how he thinks they should rule that was dated August eighth of two thousand one. Okay. That was right before the issues of race, racial, profiling racial discrimination. We we were in. Involved in a massive national dialogue immediately after that when it comes to racial profiling and then January seventeenth of two thousand and two. There is another one another Email and the subject line of it is racial profiling and the ish remember, there's by the way, there's zero bombshell that I found in these emails about what Brett cavenaugh feels about racial, profiling, etc. But here's the it's the fact that everyone was having these conversations, I find it wholly appropriate. And in fact. I would want White House counsel to be chiming in on what racial profiling meant how it was practiced. If it was practiced if it should have become a policy in terms of national security. This is exactly what White House counsel is supposed to be doing. Absolutely. And let's just call it. What it is Cory Booker running for office and trying to have a big moment during these hearings and make a name for himself and stand out above camera Harris and the woman who I never remember her name from Amy klobuchar from Minnesota the comments of my colleagues, this is about the closest I'll probably ever have in my life to an IM Spartacus moment. Just can't believe. And the thing is this was not a giant information. Dump? This wasn't a smoking gun that's going to undo Brett Kavanagh's confirmation. This is not it. It was it was Cory Booker grandstanding like you said for the point of saying in the upcoming election. Well, I stood up to the rules of the Senate. I put my political life at risk. I could have been expelled from the Senate for breaking the rules of the committee. But I knew I had to do it and using the Spartacus slavery type. Narrative there is just a little too campaigning for me gross. Yeah. A little gross. Oh, all right. I yes. More Eric Garcetti's in Ohio today. That's all. That's it. It's just one you're looking for them. Nope. I don't think you ever have. But if you were let's let's go down the list of names of who could have written this op, Ed when we come back from from the I am Spartacus to the I am not Spartacus. Gary and Shannon, KFI AM six forty. Hi, julie. Four people have been killed in a shooting at a Bank.

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"question department" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

08:06 min | 3 years ago

"question department" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Once dropped off Allen and had what's up out Am. I right daddy back thank you what's happening I talked to the NFL questions department. Is you. Think that Sure hall of fame close I would argue I think he's better than fifty fifty chance. Of being hall of fame I think he he's all world when it comes to. Be in the contract negotiator one of the greatest I've ever seen probably got more out of his contracts and his manipulation. Of contract than anybody ever one of the most best I've ever seen in. The history of the sport but as far as a a bona fide corner was clearly a dominant corner at one time was clearly a force in, the league at one time I would say you could argue that he didn't have as many great. Years as he needs to that, might be, the, only debate but I I if you, made me press, a button yes or no I think. He's. A hall of fame okay the second question is I always. Want to ask you Is, there any part, of you that these that whole I. Should. Be sitting there and and especially that he has that One more time foles yes Well when's isn't. Ready No, no, no I'm saying And? Kept, poll, giving. To the No. No I. Don't believe it all I, don't I, think it's. Wednesday team so no, I don't I don't think that but I think. Falls is going to. Probably stay there wouldn't be surprised he stays there for the whole season even though eventually. It will be. Wants his job I don't know maybe wins won't be back. As early as we think that's but I do think, it's still winces team in Brooklyn what's up Like. What's happening I personally, I love, Eli you. Know I agree I, think the whole I think he's taught Then he's so nothing He'll last year Horrible blast. Admitting screen passes and how many do we see last year where? Guys are. Opening just totally I. Think he's done Quarterbacks it's a very? Fine balance. Of how quarterbacks play When it, comes to offensive line running game, and you. Receiving core and there has to be very very Precise timing and a very delicate, balance in nature to the, whole way. That works together when you when you when you take it apart it makes everything look very very bad, and He saw a couple of moments there I mean you saw him late in the season throw, for four hundred yards against, the eagles with With no play. With no, players know players Mike on game listen, I mean one game against the Super Bowl champs Yeah mike Fifteen, games Okay check. It off did he have a, running game Offensive line Did he have any healthy, wide receivers Okay so? What quarterback you think is gonna perform well when? He doesn't have any of those things Is, Eli Aaron Rodgers is he Tom Brady no But if you, give him the chance to perform in an offense, can he. Do the job always? Has Is durable He's always been able to throw. The football. I don't I have not seen any. Any now did he get into some Chuck and duck habits? And. Stuff absolutely, no question did looking. For. Survival absolutely got Schulkin, dot cabinets but you would have. To do I think he. Can stay here's the question I asked myself number one can Eli stand in and throw. The football the. Answer's yes is there any throw he can't make with that guy's going to receive is going to run or anyone's going to run to a place on that field that he can't hit him with. The ball the answer's no And do I think. This quarterback knows. How to win in the big spot on doubtedly yes I'm fine with the quarterback I think he can make every throw I think he's a proven winner I think he's played is best games in. The big games I have no problem with the quarterback position Tyler joins us what's up Thailand Good what's happening I just want to talk. About the giants a couple of things went. On the offense one, of the defense depending on. How everyone's healthy I'll be. Honest with you, if you like does really have a good season here given. All the weapons I like to say that it's. Over. For him Yeah I know but. I mean when, you look at back on the shepherd Ingram's let him play. With those guys I though before you say that Play behind, an offensive line that works and. Then, show me. Why and show, me that Eli didn't play well and if, that's, the case with all that stuff. Healthy, offensive line running game pass Offensive line running game those receivers the tight end and Eli didn't perform then I would say it's time. For another quarterback yes yeah they have a good, chance of being good to, fats Sam, Bill going down I've heard of he was really good corner you think there's any chance. To, resigned. DRC for the right for right price ships probably self Bad blow their light at the light at the position no question? About it Really light at the position Steven. Connecticut what's up Steve Are you doing? Today, Mike? How are? You Good thank you I can't agree with you more. On the thing I'm a cowboy fan and watch him death get in there and even. Do as well he did and I couldn't wait for Tony Romo. And come back and I think you don't have a big window and. Sticking with lie you know what he can do now. Has some weapons and I think if you did go, with a quarterback, a young quarterback you're going to be two or three years away from grooming and you don't know exactly what. You're gonna get I think you have that little window with, you lie, to you know give them some weapons and Nacre run here for two or three years and. See what. Happens thank you I think they felt that they could come back and they could play with this quarterback if they put players around. Them. And compete I. Think they're right about that let's see and I think he's got weapons now and I. Think he's got players around them and now it's about him. And he's got a lift his game. Back to where it's on. The right level and frankly I don't think it's going to be, hard to see. That and I think I think we can see. Him it'll be easy to see if he's not doing it to see if he is. Doing it and I don't think it's a tough thing to discern. Has he gotten into some bad habits yes as he got into some. Chuck Doug abbots absolutely but he has decided that rather. Than stand in and make and try to make the, play to a, backup receiver he was get rid of the ball and live the plan of the day you wanna fault them. For that then you can fault them for that if you, want them, to give up his body so he could get the ball to a third string receiver that's. What I. Would come down to it's not just any life it's ram life and security dodge is the hard as.

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"question department" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:09 min | 3 years ago

"question department" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Standing there and he meddled with our sacred election. And you're asked who do. We trust US intelligence or Putin and he sided with. Putin and I, was just so sad by that you know I'm going to use the word and I mean it it's it's kind of it's it would have been unimaginable for me. Really to try to say imagine a president standing next to a Russian leader asked. If he believes in. His FBI or the Russian leader and the president whoever you're saying they. Both have good points, it reminded me of what he. Said after South Carolina both sides but no, not really we didn't meddle with our election they meddled with our election. That's what the multi count indictment from the department of Justice. Was after the president left, tough timing, did want, to, cancel the trip But just in the movie. In the movie the president. Then turns to his Soviet counterpart his Soviet counterpart his Russian counterpart and he says nothing. Is in the music source I'll Aaron Sorkin Nothing, is more sacred, than a free people you know. Blah blah blah You know how that. Would go, and he would champion American values in free and independent elections and. Sir you've meddled with our election and you'll. Have a, price, to, pay No He. Goes what about the? Servers what about what about Hillary? Servers What is. Asking about Hillary servers Jack you'll get, your, turn the right now. Just answer the question? Department of Justice Russia pick one It wasn't a hard choice thing in. Words don't matter much to this president so it's not like, he could have just said it then. Backed away from later or whatever but. It was not a hard thing. To say besides remember I think this distinction is not trivial. Meddling is not, the same as collusion meddling is what, the Russians did collusion is what may be the Trump. Campaign could have done the president says there's no evidence of collusion yet fine but there sure was meddling there's no doubt about that that is America Americans. And. The American intelligence, community believe that they've indicted twelve more Russians for a total of what twenty five or something like that Russians absolutely and so again he's standing in Helsinki next to the Russian. President saying that the investigation that? Has, led to twenty-five of that Russian president's. People being indicted has been a disaster, for his country This wouldn't happen in Russia He said this. Wouldn't, have happened in Russia no I don't think it would have because they don't have. A free and independent press Reminds me a little bit can we let's just. For the, fun of it to John Mullany piece John Mullany said about President Trump when he was think, a, candidate, to. Stephen Colbert he said I'm an, optimist and so where people get real worried about what. The, consequences president will be blah blah blah, at the end of the day I feel. Good about America and I like our, chances, granted we have this president who's utterly, unpredictable and we've never seen anything like that before but. He said, it's sort of like well all. If, you tell it to me it's like it's like there's a horse loosen a hospital Like I, I, think I think everything's gonna be okay, but I have no idea what's going to happen next And like none. Of you know like we've all never not known together and on the. News they try to get people there like, we have a man here who wants a. Bird in, an airport if I get the hell out, of here this is a horse loose in a hospital And we're all like Good Yes Confusing Every day we just have to follow the horse and some days it's like the horse used the elevator The days where you're like is the horse smart Why hasn't the horse catcher caught the horse and. Then. The is like I have fired the horse Gotcha Well put John Mullany. Okay this is the question put to Vladimir Putin this? Is the question that was put to bladder? Putin why should Americans trust you could follow up as. Well Why should Americans and why should President Trump believe your statement that Russia did not intervene in the two thousand sixteen election given the evidence that US intelligence agencies have. Provided and will you, consider extraditing the twelve Russian officials that were indicted last week by, US grand jury will I'm going to let the president answer the second, part.

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"question department" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

Erin Burnett OutFront

04:53 min | 3 years ago

"question department" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

"The smartest way to hire so it is kind of embarrassing i've been watching this this farce in the circus for the last five hours and i wonder to myself you know what are people thinking that there's grown men and women shouting over each other insulting one another yeah they try to dress it up with saying the gentlemen from north carolina the gentle lady from california but it's all a farce and the american people knew it you know we've asked for subpoenas for a variety of issues commerce department and the census bureau withholding documents on citizenship question department of justice withholding documents on request to eta citizenship question department of justice withholding documents on politicized hiring allegations for immigration judges depa moment of homeland security and department of justice withholding documents on gag orders against whistle blowers white house with holding information on charter flights the list goes on there's about twelve of them but they have never issued a subpoena except on this and the american people should ask why why why and it's the reason is because they're not interested in finding the truth or making sure that we hold this ministration accountable it's all for tossing red meat to their base and you know what we should never talk ill about anybody you know an any particular part of our country but this president has lowered that standard he questions immigrants he questions the legions of judges the fbi and that in my opinion is insulting and i think that we need to grow up and show that the american people that were here to act as responsible branch of government and i yield back the chair the gentleman from florida mr rutherford for five minutes like it was schuermann this was struck when when i hear you talk about your passion for america i believe you i can see that bashing when you talk about your love for the fbi i see it i believe it when you talked about your your your faith in the american electorate i believe that they'll what what concerns me is you said that you didn't trust the election to quote you you didn't trust the election after russia put their finger on the scale remember saying that earlier that i don't believe that's exactly what i said sir i i think i said something slightly different but every call that but but that was your the meeting i i don't think that was the meaning the meaning was i was very concerned that russia was attempting to do that i i phrase pray russia had put their finger on the scale i don't recall well what i said specific is you can find it later down okay i i will tell you what i what i want to ask you is do you think that justifies then you mr mccabe at lisa page to correct that wrong that you perceive was done by the fbi that never happened in that would not happen let me ask you the geez report that that i am right here you said that political bias did not impact your professional actions you said that earlier in this meeting is well let me give you a little background in a text message sent on august fifteenth and this has been discussed earlier you wrote the lisa page i want to believe the path you out an andy's office that there is no way he gets elected but i'm afraid we can't take that risk it's like an insurance policy in the unlikely event you die before your forty yes sir certainly remember that you've heard a lot the reason was there anyone else in that meeting i'm sure there was i don't remember who but so you don't remember who all was there there were inordinate number meetings where the government we have meetings i remember for this particular meeting who was there i could look at my nose at least those people that were in that meeting with you or no longer working for the fbi are they i don't know that miss mccabe was there you don't know the misra mccabe was in the office he was in the office my recollection of that meeting is that we had had a briefing to the director sometimes after briefings like that the director will stay behind with his very senior staff like the general counsel and the deputy and if we have other matters to discuss that don't merit the importance of the directors time will go down to the.

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"question department" Discussed on Skullduggery

Skullduggery

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"question department" Discussed on Skullduggery

"Within a year practically of the watergate break in itself we're two years after the two thousand sixteen elections and more than a year after you began your investigation and those investigations with watergate hearings again probably got more historical knowledge than i but you're talking two years i believe it was the time now i think the country in the world where a new cycle is in twenty four hours but it's two hours or four hours we're all anxious no one is more anxious than i am to get through this process to draw these strings out and then get to a conclusion senator wanted do you are you still concerned that the trump is gonna fire muller i am constantly concerned that trump may try to intervene in the election whether it's firing muller firing rosenstein trying to get rid of sessions and put somebody in wouldn't have to recuse themselves because let me just finish because i think it's important when you one of the most damaging things as president is done is by he and his allies making these broad based i would argue ad hominem attacks against not just the investigation but the whole integrity of the fbi department of justice we've see this another other countries were were lead there's or lease go out and suddenly say the system is rigged and ineffective carte blanche to people to say which laws do you wanna follow it and which ones you don't wanna follow that leads to destruction of a society and my fear is that you have at least some of the trump allies implying that you've got you can question department of justice and others basic integrity that is a scary spot and muller's conclusion is important for the sake of the investigation it's also important for the protection of rule of law you said on in a floor speech i think in december that if he did that it would be a gross abuse of power and a flagrant violation of executive branch responsibilities and thority.

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"question department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"question department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Resulted in dismissal probation sure i think one officer who immediately comes to mind is raymond moreira and he was found guilty by the department of beating a man with his baton for no reason and then about a year later handcuffed the prisoner and how them down well officers beat him he lied about it when asked by internal affairs what had happened he received this penalty dismissal probation so there's that on one end then we also talked to officers who felt like they got this penalty for being for questioning department practices and raising concerns about how the police department as its business schlicker's through how this works how exactly to someone who is guilty of either breaking the law brick and department rules in these ways end up with probation rather than jail oral losing work you can actually plead selfdefence for like what one of the people was um well you give the example a actually let's going through this example um andrew bailey found to have been touching a female student on the thigh when uh patrolling a school and kissing or on the chee while she was sitting in his car was was this an actual nypd officer this is ask will safety agent i believe here referring to which is in department prions a little bit difference a civilian employee and set of an officer with an older woman on the monkey a yeah uh and what happened in andrew bailey's case so just as you are red brian that's what he was charged with and the way it works is when you face charges um at the nypd uh you can either plead guilty.

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"question department" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"question department" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"The rolex your muster's dive right into it i don't know if you caught it i'm was like to get into these up uh pelosi schumer namedropping uh deals i mean i could care less about those progress psychotics but there's one that must be named and that is ganim cory booker gorbatov talked about him on the show before the psychotic is out of uh i wanna say on new jersey and he's a senator never should have been elected senator new zealanders british and if you're if you haven't seen this you've ever made yourself aware of this he's questioning the secretary for department of homeland security christian what what's your lessening nielsen or something that's sure but anyway when you see this guy screaming at this woman literally a if you turn the sound down and you can read body language he is beating her up and he's going on and on about uh this is all around whether trump described a certain nations as a crap polls or whatever and he saying that he had tears of rage and he was abs hurt entities us a chastising her because she could remember where he said which be speak she wasn't hurt buyer then could care less and she's just a white racist uh a woman and baba anyway when you're watching that you give to see this when you see this i don't know why she didn't just look across the room this country's shut up how dare you speak to me in that tone i'm that i'm a fully appointed and confirmed secretary of homeland security in it i demand respect i demand respect from you and me why didn't you to scream right back at his face i would have gotten up a walk to him and done that pointed right out of pocket him in the chest i don't get why she put up with that why do they put up with this scrap and where i'm going with this where this leading afghan if you haven't seen this all you got to do is go over to youtube and surf our cory booker questions department of homeland security sector and will come up in a and people are just sitting there then i.

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"question department" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"question department" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Will be focused primarily on financial contract and finally let me ask you reaction from north korea's neighbors south korea and japan the president neck ugh separately with leaders in south korea and japan kyodo own gather over at lunch he made the announcement at the executive order uh and leaders both countries were were very grateful are they found a for the united states involvement in the issue with the japanese prime minister should ave to kqe i include the accurate both about the the move an oath to the pregnant beach uh on tuesday with ali appoint the he went out of equake men who will be granted cute the president trump had mentioned the kidnapping of the japanese leader to serve the language instructor north korean by the two a very important matter of the people the japanese and they considered a key grand quickly denied could put that mentioned it the general assembly as well and one of the point very quickly because the president was asked if he was open to diplomacy whether or not that was still possible in his response was why not so do these sanctions opened the door for the a us to sit down with north korean officials at some point hello going hard to read that much in pugh the respond there shouldn't have been shouted questions department at you he entered come at them and not entered others in ways that are are not always entirely clear uh but broadly we eat the quickly come the neighbor's uh in and japanese helped korean leaders in particular a desire to stop having dialogue prodive look at one of them could that focal on.

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"question department" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:33 min | 4 years ago

"question department" Discussed on WCHS

"Of jefferson county and it's by a company called rock wool rock wool and to build a dollar manufacturing facility in west virginia in ransom the ransom city managers and the boy turkey georgia's on metronews talkline andy good morning thanks for joining us under you're traveling appreciates you're coming all with us today at what was the announcement was made just a little bit ago well good morning to you thanks for the invite a rock thought of sitting here on your own 100 now two hundred million dollar manufacturing plant employing about one hundred fifty cia including the construction jobs that will take place over the next thirty years judy knew who to hear panhandle absolutely so what does rock wool make they make installation or business industry and home they have a whole bunch of different product line and uh they melt thrown into insulation in a product they also may retire will the namely gloucester for the agricultural business they're plant in mississippi makes i think over 1100 different products well so anti the outs but today the rock was opening a man you're going to build build a manufacturing facility in jefferson county and ransom new york town hundred fifty new jobs huge investment one or fifty million dollar investment and how did it end up in ranson i'm sure they will to the number of sites well back in november get great credit to the jefferson county they'll ricky into question department office there was a request for oil and john rouse with the county on whether or not willing to uh put everson orchard it's a sudden which would annex through the city many years ago it to the granting it four hundred eight your piece of ground it beside clients wherever and it alone to do well whisk around nine am and process really probably started back in november the first few months we did not even know the name of the company departure in competitive region uh we finally were uh they finally disclose their name we would you in fact we spent many months face equate getting to know dan then getting to know us uh we're very excited that they had confidence in.

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