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Opposition MPs turn to ethics committee to probe SNC-Lavalin affair

The Big Story

23:44 min | 1 year ago

Opposition MPs turn to ethics committee to probe SNC-Lavalin affair

"Canadians will have yet another chance to possibly hear the full story behind the scandal. That has completely changed both the image. They have of their prime minister and the landscape of the coming election. So will they know probably not for a whole bunch of reasons. If you wanna know how things are really going in Ottawa these days track down your grade. Seven civics textbook. Flip it open to the section densely packed with the arcane rules of parliamentary procedure, and then realize that there are tens of millions of dollars worth of politicians, and lawyers and advisers and pundits. And editors all trying to decipher the implications of the same damn stuff that they ignored back in middle school. And most of them are screaming at each other while they do welcome to the SNC laflin scandal part. I don't know part thirty six the part where the opposition asks again, and the government refuses again, and we all wonder how the hell Canadians will actually get the answers they want. And as it turns out, there are a few ways that that could happen whether Justin Trudeau lakes or not. I'm Jordan heath Rawlings. And this is the big story for MAC mcsweeney is the parliament hill reporter for city news for Rogers radio for the big story too. I is it going it's going well, except that this is the scandal that won't go away. And something new is about to happen today. It's going on Tuesday in Ottawa. Well, the ethics committee is meeting this afternoon to discuss the SNC lavon affair. I it's the second committee. That's going to be taking a look at all of this. And the conservatives have put forward a motion to basically launch another investigation into this affair after the Justice committee probe was shut down by the liberal majority on the committee after hearing from several key witnesses in this controversy on budget day, the committee decided that they had heard enough that they didn't need to hear anymore. Testimony on the. This and they were going to move on without coming to any sort of final report. They just let sort of you know, these witnesses air their stories and left it at that. And so now, the opposition is pushing for more testimony more witnesses. They're also calling for the prime minister to further wave privilege in all of this. So that they can get the rest of the story if you will. And so that's what we're waiting on to see whether the liberal majority on this committee, and since they're majority government, they have a majority on these committees. Whether they will allow another investigation after shutting down the first one, why would I mean, not to be partisan or anything? But like if they shut it down on the last committee, what is going to change this time, Jordan, if you're betting man, the odds would be against the liberals actually allowing this investigation to go through. And if if they're lines from the last. Committee investigation, and the reasoning as to why they shut that down will be used in this one of then you can expect the liberals to just simply say, look we've heard everything we need to hear within Canadians can make up their own minds about what happened. It's time to move on the former attorney general had had the chance to fully tell her story on whether or not she was pressured into all of this. And and that's that. So I I just imagine that they won't, but we'll have to wait and see you can you can never fully predict something in politics. And this controversy is is is proof of that. Because I don't think last year at this time anybody could even have had the idea that we'd be in this situation right now discussing the liberals polling numbers dropping the conservatives. Well, ahead of the liberals over a controversy that you know, had pitted. He liberal cabinet ministers against the prime minister's office. I I don't. Anybody could have predicted something like this. So where we go from here who really knows. The odds are against the fact that the liberals would would agree to this ethics investigation. What does a committee investigation typically, look like any way, and how typical or atypical was the Justice committee when they often are related to public policy issues and not sort of surrounded by controversies like we're seeing here. So it is unusual in that sense where it's not a common occurrence where we're having these major scandals that committees are investigating, but the committees are an avenue for parliamentarians to investigate things like this, especially when there are serious allegations, such as what we have here that the prime minister's office was putting improper pressure on the attorney general to make specific decision in a case that was before the AG the allegations are serious, and where you fall on after the testimony. I mean, I guess. It all depends on who you believe in the end, but they're serious enough allegations at I think, it was appropriate and even the liberals agreed that it was appropriate that the Justice committee look at this topic. So the Justice committee investigation was ended and the liberal said at that point, the essentially there were no stories left to tell the conservatives wanted ethics investigation because they say, there are still stories left to tell what don't we know because I know Jodie Wilson rebel and Jane Philpott have both spoken about this. But the conservatives want them to talk about other aspects of the affair the ordering council that was given by the prime minister to waive solicitor, client privilege and cabinet confidence to allow Jodie Wilson Ray bold and others involved in the allegations of improper pressure to freely speak about all of this that only applies for the time that Jodie Wilson rave old was attorney general so in relation to the SNC case one. She left and was shuffled out of the Justice. File she basically couldn't talk about what happened when she moved veterans affairs and on that shuffle day. That's where the story ends both Jodie Wilson Ray, bold. And Jane Philpott another minister, she was treasury board. President does she was involved in that shuffle decided to quit cabinet because she had lost confidence in the government's handling of the essence affair, but both Jane Philpott and Jodie Wilson. Ray bowled say that there is more to the story and Philpott spoke recently with mcclain's last week saying there is much more to this that needs to be told and because the order in council that granted the waving of all the privilege only ends when Jodie Wilson. Ray gold's left the attorney general's position. There are still questions about what happened after that. What was said after that in conversations with the prime minister between a Wilson Ray Gould's. And Justin Trudeau or others in his office such as Gerald butts, his former principal adviser because there were questions about that Jodie Wilson rebel did say that she thought that she was being pushed out of the position because of the SNC decision all conversations that happened after she left that position. She can't talk about. And so that's the big question. Mark over this. What else is there to say? And we still don't know the only way we will find out is if we hear from Jodi Wilson rebelled or Jane Philpott if she decides to talk about this. And you know, the question now is will we hear from them? And what will we hear from them if they decide to speak out in any form, how could they do guys? So there are many different ways that they could we could have another ordering council from the prime minister's office that extends the waving of privilege to go beyond. Johnny Wilson Ray Boltz time as attorney general. So if the prime minister. Decides to do that you know that would give her the free and clear because as a lawyer as attorney general to Canada, you're essentially, the government's lawyer and solicitor client privilege means that discussions around things that are not allowed to be made public a campy made public on unless you get you know, the permission of your client, which in this case would be the government and the prime minister. So if he decided to do that that would give Jodie Wilson Ray bowled, the the chance to speak possibly Jane Philpott, as well, what are the chances that that happens given that they shut down the Justice committee investigation, while the prime minister's already indicated that he doesn't think that there needs to be a further waving of privilege. He hasn't said in those exact terms, I don't believe. But when asked about this several times over the last couple of weeks about further, waving privilege. He has come back to the fact that he believes that the former attorney general Jodie Wilson rebelled was able to address all of the. The issues on the question at hand. Which is was there. Improper pressure on the over the essence he case he feels that the initial waving of privilege answered that question or allowed her to tell her full story on that question. She says there's more to the story. But he he believes that enough has come out already. He's satisfied with what he's heard. And he says Canadians have heard enough to make a determination about whether or not. There was any improper pressure in this case. So does she have any other options than if she wanted to get her truth out? This is interesting because recently there have been more and more calls about what is known as parliamentary privilege, and this is the idea that you can say anything you want in the house of Commons as an MP, and you are not going to be held responsible in any legal way for what you say in the house of Commons. I mean, you could get kicked out of the house of Commons, but you can say almost anything. And you know, they're they're free from defamation. Lawsuits are free from any kind of legal consequences for what they say in the house of Commons. So with that being said the question has been raised recently by a number of liberal MP's who seem to be getting frustrated with this whole scandal saying, well, why don't they just stand in the house and say what they have to say if this is so important to the national conversation about SNC laflin and the functioning of our government than just get out with it. Stand up in the house and say something, but there are limitations to that. It's not as simple as that. When you get up to in the house of Commons. The there's a procedure here, and you have to follow that procedure. Otherwise, you won't be recognized by the speaker, and you can't get up and speak. It's not a free for all. So as much as parliamentary privilege trumps all other privileges, meaning that solicitor, client privilege and cabinet confidence. Don't apply when it comes to parliamentary privilege and speaking in the house of Commons. They can only speak at certain times. So they. Could speak either Philpott or Jodie Wilson Ray bowled, but let's focus on Wilson rebelled since she's the person at the center of ultras. She could give a member statement every day before question period. Members have a chance to stand up and give what's called an SO thirty one standing thirty one. Which means they have about a minute to say, whatever the heck they want a minute is not along though. I think she spent around four hours testifying so run minute is really not a lot of time to get to the heart of the matter. Another thing she could do is stand up in the house of Commons and raise a point of personal privilege. This goes back to the argument that if it is so important to the nation and given the allegations that the AG felt improper pressure standing up in the house of Commons on a point of privilege could be a very valid point to make and she would have more time to speak at a point of personal privilege, if she felt her privileges were, you know, breached in some way through this scandal, which seems to be what she has. Been talking about since the start since these allegations came out, so she could do that. But even then the speaker doesn't always let you just go on and on for four hours the other the other option that I just want to squeeze in here, the one that that could give them a little bit more time to speak, but it might take some participation of the opposition members. Which would just make things really weird and awkward considering these two members are still members of the liberal party. But if there is a motion, a when you speak in the house of Commons, it has to be relevant to what is at hand. So, you know, if you raise a point of personal privilege, what follows has to be related to that point. If there's a motion from the opposition. And there have been a couple of motions already so they had the option to potentially speak. If there's a motion before the house of Commons. They could get up and speak to that any MP really has a right to get up and speak to emotion that is before the house as a part of normal debate. And then they take questions from the other parties about. What they had just said in their statement. They're limited on time with that though, they could get, you know, consent to continue on speaking and opposition MP's could also share their time. So if they decided to speak, then maybe a conservative MP would say, you know, what I'm going to hand my time over to Jodie Wilson rebelled to allow her to have. Yeah. Keep going keep going. So that's one thing that could happen. But that takes some agreement behind the scenes, and it would be rather unusual for an MP of the sitting governing party to strike some sort of deal with position MP's to have more time to speak in that scenario on the the final one that could be, but is unlikely as unanimous consent to make a statement in the house of Commons, three unanimous, consent and peace can do almost anything. They want in the house of Commons. If all MP's agree then anything's possible. So if Wilson Rabaul says, I have a statement. Wanna make it in the house of Commons. I'm seeking unanimous consent to give that statement at whatever time if every single party an MP agrees. Nobody objects when that motion is put forward to the speaker. Then they could do that. We'll have to wait and see whether they try to take advantage of that. Because you know, there are other avenues that they could take. In the meantime, to to try and get their story out with so many avenues. And so many people kind of calling from his Wilson Ray bowl to to speak to what she says is still left to be told. It seems strange to me. And please correct me if I'm wrong that the prime minister is willing to let this be dragged out so much as opposed to realizing that it's probably going to be addressed anyway and an opening up a a way for her to talk does that I am I way off base here. Does that not seem strange to anybody else auto from the early stages of this controversy? There have been a lot of criticisms from pundits. And political experts. About the way the Trudeau government has handled. This the conservatives argue that the liberal story keeps changing every day. I I don't think that's fair because I think it's not that it's changed. It's just that. They only allowed little bits to come out. Yeah. In dribs and drabs, and that kind of helps keep this thing going and a lot of people were confused about why they chose that strategy rather than just the rip the band aid off strategy. Get it out there get it out all on the table. You've got months to go before an election. You can deal with the damage early on let some heads roll. And for people who might be responsible. If there's if there was any wrongdoing and then just move on. Because that's the, you know, as some political experts have said, that's the way you deal with a controversy like this in politics. There have been some questions about the handling of this from the Trudeau government, and whether they they handle this properly. The at all. But now we're in a in a situation where it seems like every few days or at least once a week. We've got a new thing coming out last week before the budget. It seemed like the Trudeau government was trying to put this to bed. We saw the clerk of the Privy Council resign on the Monday. The prime minister announced that he was going to appoint a new adviser to advise the government, and and released recommendations on how they can change the relationship between the government and the attorney general, which you know, the big question there is do you split Justice minister role and attorney general role. And then the budget was the day that the Justice committee ended the investigation into the SNCF air. We we've now found out that the the prime minister spoke with Jodie Wilson Ray bowled on the Monday about the next steps, and he called it a cordial conversation. So one assumes that he was giving her the heads up about the actions that were were happening. On the Monday and Tuesday. But then by the Friday, Jodie Wilson Rabo publicly announced that she's going to be giving a written submission to the Justice committee complete with text messages and emails which she had promised to produce. But also some new evidence in her possession. So whenever she decides to submit that written submission. It's going to put this story back in the headlines, and we're gonna be talking about it yet. Again, not only that but the opposition has done its work to try and keep the story in the headlines disrupting the budget by delaying the speech, and then when Finance Minister Bill more, no spoke, they banged their desks and drowned him out than staged a walkout on break weeks when it was feared that the liberals might get a little bit of a break from coverage. That's when all these emergency committee meetings are happening, including the ethics committee meeting that we're talking about. So the opposition has been doing its work to try and keep this in the headlines despite some criticisms that they. Of they went to extreme too fast with the calling of the resignation of the prime minister that they kind didn't have anywhere else to go. The they promised us every tool in the toolbox. And it seems like they're they're continuing to do that. And look we're talking about it. So I guess if that's their goal to keep us talking about it. Then they're achieving that goal despite whether it was the best way or not politically speaking, of course. Oh god. I means we're gonna talk about this till October doesn't chrome. Yeah. I fully expect, you know, there are questions about whether there's going to be an early campaign call from the prime minister, and that we'd be heading to the polls this spring, not the fall, which doesn't fully make sense in in the basic way that the band aid off a. Yeah, it just doesn't make you know, you look at the facts, the liberals are pulling at their lowest point, I think in Justin Trudeau's mandate, so far you've got months to go to repair the damage, including the summer vacation where a lot of Canadians just tune out of the news. And then tune back in the fall where you can kind of reset the narrative again, you know, there there are those options out there for the prime minister. So an early election, call would seem odd, but the conservatives are pouncing on on that speculation and trying to fundraise off of it saying we need money now there could be an early election. So the opposition parties are are enjoying this because they got the fundraise off of it. But you know, the prime minister's office has been clear has been asked many many times over. The last year. Will there be an early election? They've never wavered from the fact that they said that they're going to stick with the fixed election date that prime minister Stephen Harper had put in place of October. Although that's not technically binding, you can break it. And I think Harper did as well. So it's not technically binding, but Justin Trudeau promised in October vote. And I think this is going to be one of those issues that the opposition continues to hammer on the campaign trail so to answer your question. Yeah. I think we will still be talking about this in October, regardless of what the election results will be last question are these stories from MS Wilson, Rabo them as Philpott going to come out some way like it seems inevitable now to me and my wrong about that. What's your thought? Here's the issue. Both Wilson Ray bold. And Jane Philpott have said that they have their concerns in. They're very cautious about the issues of solicitor, client privilege and cabinet confidentiality. Now, we spoke earlier. Earlier about how they could get up in the house, and they could say anything they want in the house of Commons and be protected from any legal consequences when they speak in the house because they enjoy parliamentary privilege, which allows which trumps all other privileges, and confidences, etc. So they could do that. But there hasn't to do something like that Jane Philpott in her interview with mcclain's was asked. Why don't you just do that as she said? Part of the issue is is timing. Of course, an and we went through that pretty clearly that there are limitations on how long they can speak in. If they've got another four hours worth of testimony. It's not going to be easy to use the house of Commons as the avenue to get that story out so Philpott aside from timing Philpott also gave a very interesting answer about the dynamic in liberal caucus and her relationship with colleagues, which I think is another aspect to all of this is really focused on it was fascinating to hear. Because you don't always hear that. She was talking about how a lot of her colleagues. Again, she is still a liberal MP. And the prime minister has given no indication that he plans to boot either Philpott or Wilson Ray bolt from his caucus Philpott has said that her actions and her decision to quit cabinet has created a lot of uneasiness amongst people who used to be closer colleagues in caucus, and she feels that some feel that her motives are not that that she's doing something that sort of works against the party, and that's creating friction with people. She never used to have friction with. And so she opened up a little bit about the personal struggles that she has in doing what she's doing. But says she's trying to you know, do what she's always done in. That is a take a moral stand. She doesn't care about what happens to her as a result of that. But clearly those personal relationships are taking toll for Jody Wilson Ray bowl. You know, you have not only cabinet confidence as as a concern out of all of this. But you also have. Hitter client privilege, and so there's some caution there because they don't want to break this oath that they made to the country so lightly just because people are saying we'll just get out and say it in the house of Commons. There's a very serious oath that you take when you join cabinet where you agree to serve her majesty the Queen and to keep all of the secrets that are held as a privy counsellor it to keep those secret essentially os are not usually easily broken by people who take those oaths they feel passionately about what they do regardless of political stripe. So that's something else. It sort of weighing over both Jodie Wilson Ray bold and Jane Philpott about whether they just get out there and tell their story, despite the fact that there's personal privilege whether or not we got the full story out of this. You know, there are avenues for both the Trudeau government and for Jody Wilson Rabo than Jane Philpott to make the decision to get that full story out. Whether they take those those avenues is another question altogether. And we'll just have to wait and see.

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The scandal that could bring down Justin Trudeau

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:01 min | 1 year ago

The scandal that could bring down Justin Trudeau

"Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has long been pinup for liberals around the world. But now he's facing Kohl's within his own country to resign Justin Trudeau simply cannot continue to govern this country. Now that Canadians know what he has done critics of Mr. Trudeau like physician leader, Andrew Scheer, all you. He's guilty of political meddling to protect big construction company named SNC level from prosecution today, a former aide is expected to testify against Mr. Trudeau in the parliamentary Justice committee. Absolutely. The biggest crisis that the Trudeau government has faced model Andro and is our Canada correspondent based out of were. And the timing is terrible. Because there's an election coming up in October. And it doesn't give the government very much time to turn the page on this model, and there are lots of moving parts in the scandal. But how did? It start SNC lab. Liz of big construction company that has operations all over the world, and it has been charged with paying bribes to ficials in the Libyan government in order to get construction contracts there, and how did that turn into a control Vesey? That's pulled in the prime minister will the first indication that Canadians got that something was a little bit was when Justin Trudeau demoted his. Minister of Justice in Terni general in January. There was no good explanation. Given for this demotion and people thought it was a little bit odd. And then journalists started sniffing around, and there was a fairly explosive news report that came out at the beginning of February that explained the demotion for everyone. Now, this news report just quoted anonymously sources that basically what it said was that Mr. Trump and his officials had put inappropriate pressure on the attorney general to change her decision in the case of SNC level. Now SNC lands of big international construction company. It's also politically important in Quebec. Which is always something that you have to keep an eye on in Canadian politics of why is this particularly important in Quebec. And so important to just introduced in the first place SNC level employs about. Nine thousand people in Quebec. And it is also a very politically plugged in company. But Trudeau has said from the beginning that he's very worried that if this case goes to trial that the company might go under or it might be purchased by another company and those jobs would be lost in the headquarters move out of Canada. But he isn't suggesting that they'd be let off completely what he wanted. The attorney general to do was to give them a deferred prosecution agreement, and these are things that you can get them in the UK and in the US as well where the company admits responsibility for wrongdoing cooperates with the government and usually pays a hefty fine. And how'd you Canadian people feel about this on the ho- the problem with leading level now off with a fine has too many people see that as sort of them escaping Justice? And so the majority of Canadian. Actually want SNC lab land to go to a criminal trial because they perceived the alternative as letting them off the hook too easily. Now as matters stand right now, Mr. Tudo has not overturned the original decision of his former attorney general. So that trial is still to go ahead. How plausible Mr. Trudeau's denials here behavior was not in any way. Improper Mr. Trudeau hasn't helped his case at all. Because his denials of all been a little bit sort of spotty at no time did I or my office direct the current or previous attorney general to make any particular decision in this matter. He hasn't really laid out the full maintainable of what happened. And who did what when so what he's saying? Is that? Yes, he raised this issue with. Jodi Wilson Rabaul, the attorney general and it was mostly because he wanted to make sure that the company SNC lab land didn't go under. He was worried about jobs, but then in we later found out from her testimony that in fact politics was raised in some of these sessions, then to my surprise, the clerk stated or started to make the case for the need for a DPA. He said, quote, there's a board meeting on Thursday September the twentieth with stockholders, and quote, quote, again, they will likely be moving into London if this happens, and there's an election in Quebec soon and quote. At that point. The prime minister jumped in stressing that there is an election in Quebec. And that quote, I am an MP in Quebec the member for Pepino, and quote, and that puts an entirely different shade on things and Mr. Trudeau has not come up with a full accounting of that he has lost some cabinet members. Coast him and very aid joined to limit the damage. How's that going down with the former attorney general resigned, the was damaging for the liberal government? She was seen as very competent minister to begin with. She was also indigenous which is important to this particular government, which has elevated the indigenous issues part of its its brand. So that resignation was definitely damaging. But what has made this into a full blown crisis is the resignation just this week. Of James Philpot, another very senior, very confident woman in the Trudeau government, and she was very explicit in her resignation that she had lost confidence in the government. So that has proved to be much heavier blow you've interviewed him on a number of occasions. Do you think you'll handle this? As we go forward Trudeau often very good when he's backed into a corner, even before he was elected leader. And prime minister he stunned everyone by taking on a much bigger opponent in charity boxing match and manage to win. But I'm antipates that he will have something his sleeve here that he's going to try to present to the Canadian public and try to turn the page on this melon. Thanks very much for joining us. My pleasure.

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Jody Wilson-Raybould: The woman in the eye of the storm

The Big Story

13:10 min | 1 year ago

Jody Wilson-Raybould: The woman in the eye of the storm

"Wilson abled you've heard her name in the news for going on a month. Now, she's the woman at the center of the biggest political scandal to hit Canada, and a very long time the Trudeau government fighting itself in crisis mode over this SNC lavaman scandal. Bombshell testimony on Wednesday from Canada's former attorney general Jodie Wilson rebelled hers. The name prime minister Justin Trudeau will never ever forget the right. Honorable Jodie Wilson rebel testified. The would not bend to what she considered inappropriate pressure on the part of his office to interfere in the essence Alaba in case and the she was alternately penalized for it. The prime minister asked me to help out to find a solution here for us NC in response. I explained to him the law, but Jodie Wilson. Ray bold is also a person an indigenous lawyer with a whole life and distinguished career prior to these headlines liberal MP for Vancouver. Granville, feels it all that pressure back when she was still the first indigenous woman to become attorney general a star member of Trudeau's. Gender-balanced cabinet before being shuffled to better affairs as a result. She believes a standing her ground defending the rule of law Canadians of mostly lauded Wilson rebelled for quote, speaking her truth to power that doesn't mean she hasn't been subject to racism and sexism allegedly from even within her own party. Why versus all coming from? And what does this kind of treatment say about the liberal party or more broadly, Canadian politics? I'm Sarah, VO spelled infrastructure and heath Rawlings as we Mark International Women's Day this week. This is the big story. To walk us through Wilson rebelled is how she's been treated and the significance of how she's been treated. We welcome globe in mail columnist Elizabeth frenzy to the big story podcast. Hey, liz. Hi, sarah. Thanks for coming on happy to be. We'll tell me a little about about what you know about Wilson rebelled. She, you know, she's a big deal and Trudeau's gender-balanced cabinet no longer in cabinet, but what's hers sort of Baxter. Started get here to begin with, you know, about well, she was the first indigenous woman to be Justice minister and attorney general. And then of course, she was and she was a lawyer quite celebrated lawyer in British Columbia and indigenous woman as well. And she, of course, famously was demoted from her position of Justice minister and attorney general into veterans affairs Menton widely considered to be a demotion. Although, of course, veterans affairs is really important portfolio. But then we what happened after that is what sort of I think she was fairly well known to the public eye because of high profile legal and Justice issues on the federal landscape like cannabis legalization the right to die legislation and things like that. So she'd always been quite how high profile, but this particular scandal around SNC level has really put her profile in her just in the stratosphere. Yeah. I of the storm really I have the store. Yeah. So and I really last week felt like the day that she testified, you know, she's sitting for hours in front of the Justice committee in your watching. How did you feel? Yeah. It was quite extraordinary felt like, you know, one of those moments where the entire country stopped oddly, everyone, I knew had stopped and was sitting somewhere watching this. And it, of course, happened on the same day that Michael Cohen Trump's former lawyer was testifying. Before congress in the United States, and that was a much more combative and kind of fiery weird mail boisterous. Angry confrontation. And then there came Jodie Wilson Ray bold and sat down with no one sitting beside her and her, I guess possibly assistance behind her and in front of what is I'm sure the most packed Justice committee. There has ever been sure there are people lined up outside and she testified in the most extraordinary way. Like, just very calm. Very methodical. Very meticulous. Never sort of giving away any like sense that she felt you know, angry or anything like that. It was just very calm. She laid out what had happened to her. And I think for most people more persuasive for the kind of calmness with which she laid out her as she said her truth. Yeah. And let's talk about that, you know, really did land. Well with a lot of. Canadians. And and I think she speaks her truth was the headline Tronto star the next day. You know, what do you read into that positive response to to the way that she testified? Did she have to do that in order to be credible to be listened to to be heard? Well, we'd had a vacuum around this right for round this issue for the longest time, the prime minister would say a couple of little things. And then there was you know, people briefing off the record and things and you'd get those versions in the news. But there was never there was no kind of their their until she spoke. There was no central narrative until she spoke about what had happened during this. We'd had my Gornik the chief of the Clark with a Privy Council speaking, but apart from that sort of none of the central players had spoken. And so I think there was a real hunger to have some kind of sense of instead of innuendo and slur. And background noise. Actually have somebody lay down what they saw to be the kind of accurate series of events, according to their point of view, which is what she did. Yeah. And she had the receipts. Right. She had only had the receipts. She she spills the tea. Yeah. She. Did she had it seemed to me very loyally? You know, she laid things out methodically. She had clearly kept contemporaneous notes. She had emails and texts and things like that. And never in the almost I think it was four hours of testimony. Did she divert from this narrative of this is what happened to me? And this is how I felt and she didn't use hyperbolic language or anything. But it was all the more powerful for that. For her just using little tiny. Phrases like veiled threats, and then she made, you know, a reference to Richard Nixon and the Saturday night massacre. You know in which he he needed to get people to do his dastardly bidding and went down the list in the department of Justice until he found somebody who would. So these things I think were because she spoke so carefully, and so directly it had a real impact, and there was no hyperbole. There was no kind of you out when he was testifying was much more passionate and emboldened and kind of forceful threats to democracy, and you know, somebody's gonna get killed. There's crazy culture of or or or aura of of partisanship in violence in the in the air, which I think is probably you know, I think is there is there's some act today. Yeah. For sure, but her testimony was so different. And so much more powerful for it. Yes. That's her position in all this scandal and controversy, but do you what do you sort of see when you put a gender lens on that? As a woman having to be believed. Incredible. I think we've seen lots of obviously way different context. But, you know, lots of testimonies from women who are needing to be have their side of the version of things hurt. And and a lot of ways there. It doesn't get the weight that I think you have Christine Blasi. Maybe. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I'm Christine Blasi Ford who still has not been able as far as I know to move back into her house and is still suffering death threats. Now has to have, you know, people around her bodyguards and things and so just to be clear. She was the the woman who said that as a teen she was sexually assaulted by Brad Cavanaugh who is now on the supreme court bench in the United States. Yes. Exactly. So we do kind of I think for better or worse. Partly because there are so few women in these very high positions of power. So when they do come forward to testify for better or worse. They do kind of, you know, the intensity of our gazes upon them because they are few and far between, and I don't I don't think you can separate that four Jodie Wilson Rabaul because I don't know if you know this, but Justin Trudeau as a feminist is. Yeah, it's true. I know I thought I should be the first one and. And he had a gender-balanced cabinet twenty. She was a major star player. Exactly. She was a a major star player. So I think what's happened is as I wrote in a column at the time live by the effort die by the effort. So he has made such he's really tied so much of his credibility. I think to this idea of gender Justice gender equity, the pushing of progressive feminist causes and a half to say in many ways, the government has been good. You know, there have been there has been terrific legislation in certain ways. But if you're going to present yourself as being pure than pure and more pristine than pristine than anytime, you are seeing to step outside that boundary anytime, you are perhaps seeing to be treating a senior female member of your cabinet in a way that is not necessarily progressive or perhaps there are other members of your caucus who are briefing against her or are saying things about her. That frankly, smack of sexism even off the record, then that's gonna look really bad. And I think that's what we saw here. And also there have been reports of some really racist and sexist language used against her, you know, within the government, but also out in the world. What have you sort of seen or heard about that? Oh, yeah. There's been all kinds of things, and we had a couple of liberal male liberal backbenchers say things about her along the lines of you know, she couldn't handle the stress or she wasn't a team player. One said that her father was perhaps pulling her strings, which is just I know. Yeah. Later apologized for it. And he apologized in the house, which is good. But in a way, I actually find hearing those things oddly refreshing, because I know so many people actually think them and to congratulate about loud, like at least we get to see people truly feel and then it becomes obvious. And then we can. Deal with it. Right. And so now, you know, nobody I was actually quite surprised that we did hear things along those lines. What we've heard also an again, this is more off the record stuff is you know, that she was difficult. Not a team player. Difficult can be code, right? Absolutely. No. There's no doubt about it whatsoever. There's all these coded words that are used for women, especially women in leadership roles, especially women in politics and unlikable is big one or likable be here with Hillary Clinton all the time. Right. Yeah. Yeah. Or Elizabeth Warren, or you know, any of the American politicians likeable team player, you know, cooperative. And it's it's interesting because traditionally what women are thought to bring to leadership tables, whether it's the boardroom or political leadership tables is the so-called soft skills. Right. Soft power. So that is empathy you know, team being a team player being able to work well with others collaboration. So I think any woman who then diverts from that script no matter in how small away is branded as perhaps even more harshly than than her male colleagues would be and he kept calling her Jodi in the early days. Right. It was like Jodi, you know, it's going to do this or that. And I'm like, she's a minister, right, right? Able to you. Yeah. Right honourable. Yeah. Exactly. I'm, but, but you know, what do you see is really hypocritical on his part, then you know, you really outlined. Very well. You know, the the double standards, I think for a lot of women who are in powerful roles like Why's it as an especially bad problem for Justin Trudeau because he hasn't. This is bidden his entire brand. I so I interviewed last week I interviewed this famous American journalists in Toronto named Rebecca traced to American feminist journalist, and she was kind of golf smacked by the whole scandal. Because she said when you look from outside our country, what they know about Justin Trudeau is that he's a great feminist, and the you know that he pushes women's equality, and that has been the brand that they built from you know, from when the when he was in

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"rabaul" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"rabaul" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Six thirty specimens, and we got a couple of other things. I just wanted to check a hardens number twenty four twenty four right now. Twenty four seven. He's on thirty points streak. He west gates said James Harden's over under at the highest ever forty two and a half tonight's game. Odyssey's been where we had the game. There is four zero three left in the third. So we can get it. Yeah. He could where he goes could do it. I bet he does pretty efficient to eight for seventeen from the field. Six for six from the line to a six from three. So he has twenty four points on seventeen shots, sir. Yes, sir. Is going back to the colts. He's forty six years old. He's a modern day. George Blanda do his beard is why Chris cringle. Assad is incredible. With Mike variable in the last game of the year when it was colts and titans is former team, you know, the patriots. And. Yeah, it was like, whoa. Speaking of Rabaul is watching the eagles patriots SuperBowl from last night and vaber cut that dude. He cut one last year. You maybe you want to cover that guy. I said maybe not maybe not Antonio Brown drops. The most blatant hint yet you wants to be a forty nine or if you go to his Instagram account. It's him hugging. Jerry Rice in a as uniform. Yeah. From the Steelers well other than a vision. That's the last place. I'm trading in now. Good deal. Maybe it's got to be a really really really really good. If it's the best deal. You take it. Here's your sangre think people can get like really, we hate you. And we're not we're not going to appease you. Yeah. I would say dumb owners and dumped into sealers now. But you have to do what's best for your team. And if they make you a good offer. I don't know what a good offer for him would be Nanan either two threes. One this year one next year. They're not getting to one no one's getting. He's twenty five. Yes. Thirty one actually back in the one not going to happen, especially this one to not happening. No. But if you give them a two, maybe two gets it done. Let's have thirty sixth overall. Would you give the two up for him? No, no. Because I don't think there's going to be a lot of leverage. I don't think there's gonna be a lot of teams. They're going to get him. Like, you said you want me to give you a third. The next couple of years. Yeah. Okay. Because here here's the thing to the final four teams for the final four best defensive teams in the league. And the defenses of the final four teams were ranked tenth fourteenth nineteen th and twenty fourth. So it's never been more about offense. So go get him and him and kill and you bring McKinnon back and whatever McKinnon Brita Jimmy's back. That's a that's an offense. Now, you're rolling. See would not give him a two. I wouldn't give it to really I think they might give them a to which you think I might well that's high pick. I know. But he's look he's know for a fact he will be better than anybody. You get in that slot. Will he be better than anybody in that slot three years from now four years from now? Well, that's the question by the way, that's an Pamela. Yeah. But the thing is that's an overrated situation almost because if I'm Kyle, and John I've got two years into this thing. I only have four I've left on my deal SR winning at some point. And Antonio Brown down anytime soon. I mean next couple of years, I think he's still going to be efficient. So I probably got to give me a new deal. So let's let's see I give them a three year deal. Well, that's about the length of my contract and I'm trying to win right now. So when people say always thirty one, well, I don't need them for ten years. You know, the guys don't last that long anyway for three windows are three four at the map. Max five years like the NFL. I know what the patriots are doing. But just general windows in sports are like three to five years. So let's get him in this window right now. I just gotta know if I'm Lynch and Shanahan a sit down talk with this guy. I gotta know he's here for the right reasons. Gotta know he's going to be a team guy. I gotta know he's not going to be a disruptor just have to know those things can you one hundred percent. Of course, you can't know at one hundred percent, you'll never know it one hundred percent, but I got to be able to look him in the eye and feel confident that he's going to be in it for the team not just himself obviously wants to come here. Put himself in a manner uniform right next to Jerry, of course, he wants to be here know that I don't know why I don't know. What is so appealing about the forty Niners to him? Maybe it's because Jerry played here. It's a big deal to him. But it's like this is one of the best receivers if not the best receiver in the game saying he wants to play for a team that doesn't make the playoffs. I want to be with you guys. What to do psycho valuation? What is wrong with you? Why do you wanna go there going out of Pittsburgh, anywhere? You to go there offs that none the state taxes helmet f-. I feel like he could be a team guy. I go get him. I are beat you know, Herbie. All right. Well, we'll get a few sixty specials to you will find out. What Drew's got coming up at the top of the hour on the here on the sports leader. Kevin..

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"rabaul" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"rabaul" Discussed on NFL Live

"The Green Bay Packers will reduce their new head coach at four o'clock eastern today. Math leflore spent one year as tightens up at coordinator under first year. Head coach, Mike Rabaul. He will now team up with Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay. We will welcome back. Packers reported, rob demoss key. And rob. We don't know exactly how it will happen yet. But what's the expectation in terms of how the floor will connect with Aaron Rodgers. Yeah. Wendy. That's the big question is sure to dominate the press conference this afternoon. But here's what the Packers think they think that their ages could help in that factor. The Florida aged thirty nine was the youngest of all the candidates, they interviewed Rogers, of course, is thirty five and one source told me that they think Roger's needs a contemporary someone that he can relate to and you've heard Rogers talk throughout the last couple of seasons about how harder it is become for him to do that with players. He's lost his good friends. Teammates, Jordy Nelson and free agency James Jones to retirement. He also talked Wendy about how when he came in. He saw the same thing happened with Brett farve as five later in his career. And when they hired Mike McCarthy in two thousand six McCarthy was forty two far excuse me was thirty six it took those guys just two years to get to an NFC championship game. The Packers hope that leflore and Rogers mesh the same way. Grab. Thank you, really an inch. Interesting dynamic. We will have the floors introductory news conference live that's four o'clock eastern on ESPN two. So join us where sports or special as we continue to roll out, these coaches, we have cliff Kingsbury I at three and then Matla Fluor at four. What about the rim talked about stop mouth? Agreements with the bears defensive coordinator Vic Fangio he will be their new head coach sources tell our Adam Schefter, Dan Graziano. The reports also indicate Gary kubiak run the offense for the Broncos. But his official title has yet to be determined. And in Cleveland, the Browns will hire OC Freddie, kittens as their head coach. This was reported by Chris Mortenson Baker Mayfield turned his rookie year round. After the team pointed ways with Todd Haley and promoted kitchens too often deport mater, they have relieved interim coach and former defensive coordinator Greg Williams of his duties he is no longer with the team. So he moves on you know, again, we talked about the trend younger guy quarterback driven guy, Vic Fangio's exception. But what's your take on the kitchens higher? Coach just a job. He did once he took over for Hugh Jackson. I think was enough. You'll you definitely you know with the offense the quarterback position in Baker Mayfield. And I thought it was a job interview the rest of the season. And I think that's why. Now, he's the head coach with the Cleveland Browns. Also, if you if you consider the entire rookie year of Baker Mayfield, and how your football foundation, I like to call it is laid and when you start with Todd Haley, and and Greg Williams and Hugh Jackson, and those type of guys and all of a sudden Hugh Jackson his out Todd Haley hoop heaven knows would Baker Mayfield song in there. In terms of coats player player coach relationship in how what is going on in here, you know? And then all of a sudden thinks get going right kitchen starts doing a good job. And then you see how the connection there is between Baker and kitchens. And so you don't wanna mess it up too bad right cleaning house again bringing some anew in. Do you want to do that in terms of development? If this is a guy that you feel comfortable with with your quarterback, which there it is quarterback head coach relations. Ship. You got to move forward with it. So having said that I I completely agree. And obviously that sample size small as it was was affected got to do a lot of other things coach as head coach that important that relationship is paramount with his quarterback Baker Mayfield. But are you confident comfortable and confident that he can tackle those other parts that come along with sort of being the CEO in this situation..

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Titans, Bill Belichick And Mike Rabaul discussed on Sports Radio 610 Programming

Sports Radio 610 Programming

00:15 sec | 2 years ago

Titans, Bill Belichick And Mike Rabaul discussed on Sports Radio 610 Programming

"Of taking advantage. The titans took advantage of their opportunity is former player under Bill Belichick. Mike rabaul? Now, the head coach of the titans trounced as former mentor thirty four to ten fantasy beating the patriots and former patriot and now Tennessee running back Dion Lewis after the game called the

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"rabaul" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

GeekWire - Geared Up

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"rabaul" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

"Weren't to rate in my two thousand seven camry i'm sure i'll be just fine yes yes alexa don't make her matt our fire tv cube underneath us and she's talking hey well you know that's happening all over the place when people listen to podcasts of rabaul at any rate well i i like the looks of this you know if i was in the market for something if i didn't have the perfect car already that i would definitely be looking at the tesla bottle threat all electric probably another ten or fifteen years where he made update your two thousand seven anything any other takeaways on this particular device i think the other thing is i've never been into cars yeah like i've never like by car but i'm really more into the inside of the car like the cabin what i can actually utech inside the car i'd never been about the outside of the car and i also have no clue what like a pound foot of torque means or really anything under the hood power i know nothing about that this is the first car that i was like intrigued to customize to my own lighten which i guess a lot of people do if they're into cars so i changed the upholstery for example i had the poultry taken out and order like red seats to match the red tesla logo it's it's silly i had like does not silly it's beautiful i had the ceramic coating put on the outside of the car got protect like this is stuff i even heard of before but i was like let me let me just go all out yeah and i can see her as you're cleaning it clearly it's working because he's got this this sheen to yes yes i do my thing yeah the neighbors weren't expecting a gun show that day all right we'll be sure to linked to andrews instagram from the show this week on geared up we are talking about our favorite devices of the year that is number one the destler model three we'll be right back with number two which is not related device no but technology nonetheless and anew way to use the device that.

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"rabaul" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"rabaul" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Solid team and all areas they don't have any weaknesses they've they've gotta figure out a way with the new head coach they brought in my rabaul so they've gotta figure out how they can duplicate what they have but also add on to it so they really play a type of football where there's not a lot of personalities on this team but there's a lot of guys that are really good at what they do so they're building a really good secondary out there obviously mario has got a good core and you've got guys like derrick henry and core dave is that are gonna try to bring this team so the next level so i think they have a lot of talents do what they need to do they just got put it together under new head coach and hope that it's enough to bring that next level hey cameron today will go mckay here and you mentioned something interesting you said that this is a team the titans that does not have a lot of weaknesses but they are entering the draft what area position wise do you think that they're gonna target with that number twenty five pick i'd i'd be willing to bet that that's seven is an area defensive a whole but definitely seven it's an area where they're gonna add because they they have to act rushers brian rack boa eric gordon who are either thirty or thirty and they've got a really add to that pool of talent so i'll be looking at them at adds rauscher whether it's the herald landry or a sam hubbard or josh sweat more even at inside linebacker like a rashad pens or lv so there's a lot of prospects there but i think they'll add ethan to add a short term and a long term future in that front step thank you for joining us today oh man oh that was camera wolf espn nfl nation titans reporter this is the locker room on espn radio just schwartz ryan hall and jail mckay and we're presented by progressive insurance commercial insurance through progressive protects your business and your dream choose what we're thirty coverage options at progressive dot com well if you missed.

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"rabaul" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"rabaul" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Requires you to sort of come up with the scenarios that could happen based on what the technology can do and what your allowing it to do so before you implement feature acts you really do have to sort of sit down and think about all the permutations of how it could be used for good or ill right and i putt that on the develop our the merson is actually building it no the company that ask you to build this predictive policing machinelearning algorithms may not think about the bias and things like that so really it's the developer who have to bring that to light and make it a conversation that people talk about unavowed some ethics talks around a are enough when i bring up rabaul this is the uber tech the very sneaky piece of software that was hiding itself from regulators of how do you tell from apple and spying on its drivers and so forth and as it was grady buksh who actually came as his i'm not that angry that uber wrote this i'm angry that developers coded right riot at an mri counterargument to that is we do know about it so maybe someone was unable to refuse to make it right they were willing to leak it for at least that we knew than this evil piece of software giant was out in the world but i yeah you know i've i've written code for forty years literally forty years now and i've never been in a time where ethics was so prevalent in i offers nation writes about technology die and i guess it's just we've hit a power level right we have the we have enough power that it's actually hazardous riot i'm interested in how your sam program was used in how it hasn't been used in has worked to stop crimes what's it's so sam is a case study.

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"rabaul" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"rabaul" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Requires you to sort of come up with the scenarios that could happen based on what the technology can do and what your allowing it to do so before you implement feature acts you really do have to sort of sit down and think about all the permutations of how it could be used for good or ill right and i putt that on the develop our the merson is actually building it no the company that ask you to build this predictive policing machinelearning algorithms may not think about the bias and things like that so really it's the developer who have to bring that to light and make it a conversation that people talk about unavowed some ethics talks around a are enough when i bring up rabaul this is the uber tech the very sneaky piece of software that was hiding itself from regulators of how do you tell from apple and spying on its drivers and so forth and as it was grady buksh who actually came as his i'm not that angry that uber wrote this i'm angry that developers coded right riot at an mri counterargument to that is we do know about it so maybe someone was unable to refuse to make it right they were willing to leak it for at least that we knew than this evil piece of software giant was out in the world but i yeah you know i've i've written code for forty years literally forty years now and i've never been in a time where ethics was so prevalent in i offers nation writes about technology die and i guess it's just we've hit a power level right we have the we have enough power that it's actually hazardous riot i'm interested in how your sam program was used in how it has been used in has worked to stop crimes what's it's so sam is a case study.

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"rabaul" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"rabaul" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Requires you to sort of come up with the scenarios that could happen based on what the technology can do and what your allowing it to do so before you implement feature acts you really do have to sort of sit down and think about all the permutations of how it could be used for good or ill right and i putt that on the develop our the merson is actually building it no the company that ask you to build this predictive policing machinelearning algorithms may not think about the bias and things like that so really it's the developer who have to bring that to light and make it a conversation that people talk about unavowed some ethics talks around a are enough when i bring up rabaul this is the uber tech the very sneaky piece of software that was hiding itself from regulators of how do you tell from apple and spying on its drivers and so forth and as it was grady buksh who actually came as his i'm not that angry that uber wrote this i'm angry that developers coded right riot at an mri counterargument to that is we do know about it so maybe someone was unable to refuse to make it right they were willing to leak it for at least that we knew than this evil piece of software giant was out in the world but i yeah you know i've i've written code for forty years literally forty years now and i've never been in a time where ethics was so prevalent in i offers nation writes about technology die and i guess it's just we've hit a power level right we have the we have enough power that it's actually hazardous riot i'm interested in how your sam program was used in how it has been used in has worked to stop crimes what's it's so sam is a case study.

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"rabaul" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"rabaul" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Requires you to sort of come up with the scenarios that could happen based on what the technology can do and what your allowing it to do so before you implement feature acts you really do have to sort of sit down and think about all the permutations of how it could be used for good or ill right and i putt that on the develop our the merson is actually building it no the company that ask you to build this predictive policing machinelearning algorithms may not think about the bias and things like that so really it's the developer who have to bring that to light and make it a conversation that people talk about unavowed some ethics talks around a are enough when i bring up rabaul this is the uber tech the very sneaky piece of software that was hiding itself from regulators of how do you tell from apple and spying on its drivers and so forth and as it was grady buksh who actually came as his i'm not that angry that uber wrote this i'm angry that developers coded right riot at an mri counterargument to that is we do know about it so maybe someone was unable to refuse to make it right they were willing to leak it for at least that we knew than this evil piece of software giant was out in the world but i yeah you know i've i've written code for forty years literally forty years now and i've never been in a time where ethics was so prevalent in i offers nation writes about technology die and i guess it's just we've hit a power level right we have the we have enough power that it's actually hazardous riot i'm interested in how your sam program was used in how it hasn't been used in has worked to stop crimes what's it's so sam is a case study.

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"rabaul" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"rabaul" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Requires you to sort of come up with the scenarios that could happen based on what the technology can do and what your allowing it to do so before you implement feature acts you really do have to sort of sit down and think about all the permutations of how it could be used for good or ill right and i putt that on the develop our the merson is actually building it no the company that ask you to build this predictive policing machinelearning algorithms may not think about the bias and things like that so really it's the developer who have to bring that to light and make it a conversation that people talk about unavowed some ethics talks around a are enough when i bring up rabaul this is the uber tech the very sneaky piece of software that was hiding itself from regulators of how do you tell from apple and spying on its drivers and so forth and as it was grady buksh who actually came as his i'm not that angry that uber wrote this i'm angry that developers coded right riot at an mri counterargument to that is we do know about it so maybe someone was unable to refuse to make it right they were willing to leak it for at least that we knew than this evil piece of software giant was out in the world but i yeah you know i've i've written code for forty years literally forty years now and i've never been in a time where ethics was so prevalent in i offers nation writes about technology die and i guess it's just we've hit a power level right we have the we have enough power that it's actually hazardous riot i'm interested in how your sam program was used in how it hasn't been used in has worked to stop crimes what's it's so sam is a case study.

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"rabaul" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"rabaul" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Requires you to sort of come up with the scenarios that could happen based on what the technology can do and what your allowing it to do so before you implement feature acts you really do have to sort of sit down and think about all the permutations of how it could be used for good or ill right and i putt that on the develop our the merson is actually building it no the company that ask you to build this predictive policing machinelearning algorithms may not think about the bias and things like that so really it's the developer who have to bring that to light and make it a conversation that people talk about unavowed some ethics talks around a are enough when i bring up rabaul this is the uber tech the very sneaky piece of software that was hiding itself from regulators of how do you tell from apple and spying on its drivers and so forth and as it was grady buksh who actually came as his i'm not that angry that uber wrote this i'm angry that developers coded right riot at an mri counterargument to that is we do know about it so maybe someone was unable to refuse to make it right they were willing to leak it for at least that we knew than this evil piece of software giant was out in the world but i yeah you know i've i've written code for forty years literally forty years now and i've never been in a time where ethics was so prevalent in i offers nation writes about technology die and i guess it's just we've hit a power level right we have the we have enough power that it's actually hazardous riot i'm interested in how your sam program was used in how it hasn't been used in has worked to stop crimes what's it's so sam is a case study.

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"rabaul" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"rabaul" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Requires you to sort of come up with the scenarios that could happen based on what the technology can do and what your allowing it to do so before you implement feature acts you really do have to sort of sit down and think about all the permutations of how it could be used for good or ill right and i putt that on the develop our the merson is actually building it no the company that ask you to build this predictive policing machinelearning algorithms may not think about the bias and things like that so really it's the developer who have to bring that to light and make it a conversation that people talk about unavowed some ethics talks around a are enough when i bring up rabaul this is the uber tech the very sneaky piece of software that was hiding itself from regulators of how do you tell from apple and spying on its drivers and so forth and as it was grady buksh who actually came as his i'm not that angry that uber wrote this i'm angry that developers coded right riot at an mri counterargument to that is we do know about it so maybe someone was unable to refuse to make it right they were willing to leak it for at least that we knew than this evil piece of software giant was out in the world but i yeah you know i've i've written code for forty years literally forty years now and i've never been in a time where ethics was so prevalent in i offers nation writes about technology die and i guess it's just we've hit a power level right we have the we have enough power that it's actually hazardous riot i'm interested in how your sam program was used in how it has been used in has worked to stop crimes what's it's so sam is a case study.

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"rabaul" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"rabaul" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Requires you to sort of come up with the scenarios that could happen based on what the technology can do and what your allowing it to do so before you implement feature acts you really do have to sort of sit down and think about all the permutations of how it could be used for good or ill right and i putt that on the develop our the merson is actually building it no the company that ask you to build this predictive policing machinelearning algorithms may not think about the bias and things like that so really it's the developer who have to bring that to light and make it a conversation that people talk about unavowed some ethics talks around a are enough when i bring up rabaul this is the uber tech the very sneaky piece of software that was hiding itself from regulators of how do you tell from apple and spying on its drivers and so forth and as it was grady buksh who actually came as his i'm not that angry that uber wrote this i'm angry that developers coded right riot at an mri counterargument to that is we do know about it so maybe someone was unable to refuse to make it right they were willing to leak it for at least that we knew than this evil piece of software giant was out in the world but i yeah you know i've i've written code for forty years literally forty years now and i've never been in a time where ethics was so prevalent in i offers nation writes about technology die and i guess it's just we've hit a power level right we have the we have enough power that it's actually hazardous riot i'm interested in how your sam program was used in how it hasn't been used in has worked to stop crimes what's it's so sam is a case study.

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"rabaul" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"rabaul" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Requires you to sort of come up with the scenarios that could happen based on what the technology can do and what your allowing it to do so before you implement feature acts you really do have to sort of sit down and think about all the permutations of how it could be used for good or ill right and i putt that on the develop our the merson is actually building it no the company that ask you to build this predictive policing machinelearning algorithms may not think about the bias and things like that so really it's the developer who have to bring that to light and make it a conversation that people talk about unavowed some ethics talks around a are enough when i bring up rabaul this is the uber tech the very sneaky piece of software that was hiding itself from regulators of how do you tell from apple and spying on its drivers and so forth and as it was grady buksh who actually came as his i'm not that angry that uber wrote this i'm angry that developers coded right riot at an mri counterargument to that is we do know about it so maybe someone was unable to refuse to make it right they were willing to leak it for at least that we knew than this evil piece of software giant was out in the world but i yeah you know i've i've written code for forty years literally forty years now and i've never been in a time where ethics was so prevalent in i offers nation writes about technology die and i guess it's just we've hit a power level right we have the we have enough power that it's actually hazardous riot i'm interested in how your sam program was used in how it hasn't been used in has worked to stop crimes what's it's so sam is a case study.

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"rabaul" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"rabaul" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Requires you to sort of come up with the scenarios that could happen based on what the technology can do and what your allowing it to do so before you implement feature acts you really do have to sort of sit down and think about all the permutations of how it could be used for good or ill right and i putt that on the develop our the merson is actually building it no the company that ask you to build this predictive policing machinelearning algorithms may not think about the bias and things like that so really it's the developer who have to bring that to light and make it a conversation that people talk about unavowed some ethics talks around a are enough when i bring up rabaul this is the uber tech the very sneaky piece of software that was hiding itself from regulators of how do you tell from apple and spying on its drivers and so forth and as it was grady buksh who actually came as his i'm not that angry that uber wrote this i'm angry that developers coded right riot at an mri counterargument to that is we do know about it so maybe someone was unable to refuse to make it right they were willing to leak it for at least that we knew than this evil piece of software giant was out in the world but i yeah you know i've i've written code for forty years literally forty years now and i've never been in a time where ethics was so prevalent in i offers nation writes about technology die and i guess it's just we've hit a power level right we have the we have enough power that it's actually hazardous riot i'm interested in how your sam program was used in how it hasn't been used in has worked to stop crimes what's it's so sam is a case study.

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"rabaul" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?

Yo, Is This Racist?

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"rabaul" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?

"And i know a couple like they spent so much time the only thing they worry about is like what you say with a photograph right so it is this weird thing where it's like i feel like and maybe i'm just like confiding two different class classes tudor for groups of people that do their jobs in different ways and i'm sure there's nuance in there that are missing with a statement but it is like how the fuck do you always end up with these patterns it's always the same it's like rabaul caller are always somehow looking fucking evil whether the perpetrators or victims of a crime in like a senator like when white people commit crimes their pictures still at night yeah then when non white people are the victims of crimes exotics jas like yeah like every time there is like a you know a white boy school shooter you see yeah here's the science fair has brought like oh he had so much promise for the tragedy yeah narrative yeah garbage it's the same right and it's the same narrative that bleeds through into the choice of i referenced so hard to believe it's all subconscious i guess because i could identify i'm sure it does have to be subconscious by like seriously dogs i feel like especially at this point there's known news photo editor that should be like that even could be like unaware newark his it site kind of public of public awareness now that that happened so if you keep doing it then you're probably doing it on purpose oreo like yeah or you should just try harder to find an appropriate picture.

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"rabaul" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"rabaul" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"It never ceases to amaze me to see stadiums like that that are half empty is after hours with amy law on cbs sports radio steve rabaul is the voice of the seahawks on their radio network wilted had a big game and other game this is the guy this is the man who makes it all run for the hawks and even though they were playing the niners than generally the niners offensively are challenged fact is that the hawks defense challenge as well this is the second straight game without richard sherman kam chancellor in which bobby wagner has come up huge so eight tackles couple for loss a couple of quarterback hits plus he had an interception when he's he's been the heart and soul he's been so important to the defense along with earl thomas with the way the he stepped up in the last couple of games has been really impressive to try to ensure there's not as much of a let down there is obviously a letdown but not as much now here's the funny thing even though russell will thin is potentially monday mvp worthy he's not the cornerback everybody's talking about after this game in the bay area in your opinion what was the most important thing to happen on the football field in the last day thursday friday saturday sunday going back to turkey day in the three nfl games that took place that you can find me on twitter at a law radio or on our facebook page as the producer tom put up a couple of suggestions via photographs and so you can let me know what you think the most important storyline was for the niners sorry russell wilson but the jimmy garoppolo era has begun bagged the fought and and seven seconds south you've never wanted to be a guy takeover us by the football field because of injury specifically quarterbacks and cj beth iii was out there doing his fang kyle shanahan decided that he wanted to give garoppolo at least one more week to try to get comfortable and of course he would know because they are coming off a byeweek they're going through the rapts and wanting to make sure that he is comfortable with the playbook and the personnel as powell in so bettered starts again and then on a hit by michael bennett he gets hurt now we haven't heard the the end result i don't over the serious knee injury i hope it's not he was able.

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"rabaul" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"rabaul" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

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