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Philadelphia Museum Back Open
"W Charlotte Reese. Reports you Canal Visit the Philadelphia Museum of Art. As long as you follow the new rules of the road, people we spoke to didn't mind a facemask temperature check or social distancing as long as it meant a new activity. Julie Snyder King with her mom and sister, So I live in Philly, but I've never actually been to the art museum. And then they're visiting for the holiday weekend. And since this little first weekends free open, we thought We finally get it in Regan, Carson Sin and Alex Park are visiting from out of town. We're in Philadelphia from Minneapolis. Hey, celebrating his 40th birthday. Yes. So we just we needed to get away in covert times. That's a little bit difficult. But, thankfully, Philadelphia's one of the places that Minnesotans were allowed to travel to Park says they could do without the typical beach trip. But we'd like the cities everywhere. We've traveled being cities. I'm from London. So I love that walking around the parks. You know, the coach of the couple says they explored City Hall and old City and are looking forward to some breweries back at the art museum. You have to use the Kelly drive entrance when visiting on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. Charlotte Reese. Why W NewsRadio Firefighters out
Who is Alex Cintrón, the Astros hitting coach who instigated brawl with the A's?
"Brawl in baseball yesterday. Ramona Reynaud went right after Alex Cintron, who is the head coach for the Houston Astros, And this whole thing was bizarre to Maine. We know that there is a beef between the athletics and the Astros. Mike Fires used to pitch for the Astros was on the on the athletic still is on Lorraine. Oh, gets hit twice in the Siri's that the 2nd 1 I didn't see the first of the 2nd 1 was not intentional. But he was walking to first base is so John boy pretty much tryingto figure out what was going on. And I guess Laredo was trying to tell the picture had to throw the ball. Cintron asked, get suspended from saying his name correctly, If now I apologize, but the bench the hitting coach has to get suspended, has to get a lengthy suspension. Because he is basically egging on Lorraine. Oh, who's at first base? And it was gutless. What the hitting coach did he goes? Oh, yeah. You come over here You come over here. The guys 41 years old, if this is not A 60 70 80 year old heading coach. This is not who is the Mets pitching coach? That's your Phil Regan. This's not him or or the late. Great Don Zimmer with Pedro Martinez, where you see potentially an older person get thrown to the ground. That was not this. This a 41 year old yellow Nazareno basically, Tom come over and fight him, and he did the ultimate Gutless move off. I'm going to tell you to come fight me. But the minute when you take a step forward three for my players are going to step in front of me. And then I'm going to become Mr Hold me back, bro. Type of guy. That's the worst person in a fight. Someone that instigates the fight and then doesn't throw the punch and doesn't actually fight when someone comes charging at you because of you just being ridiculous in the dugout. That guy doesn't get popped if Joe Kelly gets it with what it was an eight game suspension. If this is it, the heading coach here for the Astros doesn't get At least eight games, then that's ridiculous. Albay have no clue how to figure this out. They'll mess it up. Did you agree with that? Then we have a heading coach, basically telling Laredo to come over and fight him. Or Laureano. Excuse me. To come over and fight him. And then he lets what 34 of his players take care of it that was weak. Yeah, it's weak and it's like extra dumb when the league is begging you not to have a bench clearing altercations, and then you instigate won as a coach, not even a player for seemingly I don't even understand the reason. And it even begins. So, yeah, you would think he's going to be in big, big trouble, too. We
"regan" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"T took the TV opportunities into that. You're and I didn't know that I would. Perhaps never getting a cup car again right like I didn't have that moment. A lot of guys homestead nails. They say okay. This is it I'm dumb, cop racing and they have that closure. I never had that closure. So when the opportunity came up, and at first it was only one race, and it was like okay. I'm going to go out there and joy for this one racist have as much as I can, and then it went to four races in. Five six on down Melissa's how many races it became a when we went to Charlotte and I forget the order. It was for the Roh forget which number of races into this was when we went there and appeared the Casey was gonna be approved a comeback, and it appeared that Casey was gonna hop back in the car. Dover and Charlotte would be the last race that I needed to run for them. Them they had to test schedule the next day right afterwards with him to put on track and see how he felt in in race conditions essentially so that race I made it a point to have not only my family there, but my wife, my kids, my parents inlaws were there made it a point to have everybody come in. I just say hey. Guys I want everybody to come to this race because. Number one nobody could come to the last one I ran for petty. which is it over number two? I? Just didn't know well. We get through that race in you know. We ended up having a decent day I think we've finished fifteenth or wherever it was, it was a fun race. The the Robles so challenging and so difficult I was exhausted afterwards I. do remember that because it is probably one of the most physically demanding racetracks that we go to and out of the car. And I went hopped in the car and drove home with Megan in Raton Elisa and I'm like. Yeah, this is awesome. I've got closure, and if that's the last one I feel good it and no problem I'm I'm happy as a camper. So. We get done with that and I think it was the Tuesday might have been the Tuesday. After that race..
"regan" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"I'm wearing a lot of different hats with Fox. In terms of being an analyst in that role that comes easy because I'm talking about stuff that I. Know I'm talking about stuff that I've always. been a part of an rather, it's wooded drivers thinking when he's at a certain position on a race track. Rather it's What's going to go on lap? Twenty compared to lap fifty things like that are just natural. I think that's the case for most drivers we see that a lot of drivers who come and hop in the booth and sit alongside opportunities. Opportunities see lava. Guys sit alongside at Adam. Alexander and Adam does an amazing job of basically working with a lot of different personalities and a lot of different levels of how they explain stuff in terms of different drivers, but at the same time the drivers they get to talk about what they know and that's you have a comfort level about that when it came. Came to actually be in on pit road, and doing a pre-race it it you know something as simple as the pre-race that I would talk to Vince Jamie and Matt. How do I do? The pit whips that we do basically maybe talking about a car that is getting ready to start th raise Joey Logano in, and he's had a good weekend, but hear needs. needs to be the focus because last weekend. This is what happened and so on I didn't know how to do that stuff, so they taught me how to do that I. didn't understand how you get all your information in front of you in a prime example would be. The swells uses a cardboard kind of like a file folder to put all info on. Jamie little. She is a sheets paper. She prefers to just have paper that she can flip through and find each individual driver for Info and Matt Yocum. He uses another big piece of cardboard that he actually has winds printed on his able to write on it, whatever needs in certain sections for drivers in and I didn't know which one of those systems would. Would work best for me or if it would be something completely different I know of other people that work in the industry that have spoken to the that actually use ipads and things like that to store all their Info Gregory's so finding out ways to do that talking to him about all those different little things that was some of the key stuff. Stuff early on for me especially, and then beyond that just understanding, you know the flow of the weekend when you need to be there to get you worked on a lot of it was still me having a fine what worked for me, but also watching and paying attention from the people that I work with and talking to the people that work with about. About what works for them and kind of refining that, and if one thing didn't work, then you know what next week as somebody else how they do that stuff in and all of them were very in have been still to This Day David Gracious with their information, and with knowledge in terms of all that stuff and I think I'm getting on. On where I got some systems that work, but I'm also the type that if something's working well, how can we make it better, so there's always a way to make it better. When again speaking of the story that we did for racer dot com after Darlington wrote about how Fox sports is adapting of course.
"regan" Discussed on This Unmillennial Life
"Within the four walls of our home day in and day out but one of the things that I had asked indeed assembly alive. Podcast facebook group. That group is at facebook dot com slash groups slash. This millennial life is about what type of content you would want to hear on the podcast in these most uncertain times. Overwhelmingly many listeners of the show said bring me something that does not have anything to do with the corona virus. So that is what I'm going to do. I will be working on packing up and releasing to you the episodes that I always had intended for this spring as I round out the end of season. Three what I can tell you is those episodes are coming. What I can't tell you is when they are coming the regularity with which. I am able to release every Monday warning. A new episode of the PODCAST is dependent on my kids being in school and me having dedicated work time here at home throughout the week as. I'm sure many of you understand as well in your own lives because that is not the reality around this household right now. I'm just going to do my best to put these episodes together for you. And when they are ready I will release them. Maya assumption is that as my schedule has changed so has yours in the meantime as I said earlier I am still very active everyday. Maybe even more so than usual in the podcast facebook group and on Instagram at Reagan Jones R D in. You can find daily check ins from me that have to do with. Not only what? I'm eating but what's happening in our home school environment. What type of activity? I'm getting in movement exercise when I can fit that in. That is all at Reagan. Jones Ardian on instagram. So if you are not prepared to take up a regular routine of podcast listening again but you want to stay connected. I would love to see you there as well last request. I have for you. I'd love to package up some very positive stories of things that are happening with you and other listeners of the podcast and I'd like to do it in the most personal way possible. These are the days email means so much less to me and hearing your voice main so much more so if you have something to share with me if it's a question if it's a podcast suggestion or if it's just something positive that you see that has come out of this unbelievable situation. Please know that I would love to hear it from you. In a voicemail at this me live dot com slash contact. I'll stop there for today and I look forward to bringing you a new episode just as soon as I can take care. Stay safe and stay home if.
David Heinemeier Hansson | A Different Lens on Work
"So a lot of different places on touchdown with you in different parts of life can parts of work were hanging out in La. You're in malvern. You've been here for a long time worn in Denmark and sounds like also had an interesting relationship with technology when you really really young got a computer but this I that eventually you adrift you. It wasn't your jam at all in the early days. No it wasn't I mean I was always into computers like I'm a first computer six years old but all of my early childhood exposure to computers for about Video Games. They weren't about sort of what goes on inside a computer. I wasn't like a geek in that sense I didn't really care that much. It was all about. Hey I really like video games. I WANNA play more video games. Get MORE VIDEO Games. Got Into video game journalism to get more video games because they couldn't afford them. And Hey if you review them they send them to you for free or actually in my case when I started. They didn't even send you for free. I would just a good onto my local video game store. How would ask? Hey can I borrow some games? I Like I review game. How Old Regan's I think when I started maybe I was like fourteen fifteen year. Old Kid walking. Hey can I borrow Hobo over tickets? Promise I'll bring them back and the guy was looking at me like what? But then I found this one guy who himself had done some journalism or something or writing of some kind is a mix store that had both hip hop dj gear and then they also sold video games and this guy has written something like just a a dasan of this kid to walk in and say hey. Can I borrow your games? He lent me a couple of games. Actually got to be good friends over the years and that'll let into and finally publishing on the Internet which was let let me to the web and let me to essentially get back into computers from a perspective of using them to build stuff because ever is really just using them to play video games. Play more games such a big video game fan but eventually it ended up that using computers to make things was more interesting. It just took a while I mean and this was also at a time where Home computers were. I mean they're not what they are now like this timers like you know sixty four K. Eight hundred twenty eight K. of Ravin little floppy disks or maybe even a cassette player. So when you talk about playing games this is sort of like an entirely different universe to what people think about. It really isn't. It was funny because in those days the way video games disputed at least sort of the sort of small games. They were actually written down at the back of the magazines. I had the game. The Code Code was listed out. It was like two pages of very dense coat. And you have to type it in yourself. That's amazing and I did that. And it would take like two hours to type it in and at that stage. I didn't know English. I was just sort of Danish kid. Like what six seven eight years old didn't know English and of course I got it wrong and programming is just such a unforgiving you have one comma wrong and the thing just doesn't work and you have no idea why so. That was kind of frustrating years but that was the computer the Commodore Sixty four which was the main machine back. Then one megahertz right like that's not an etc as saturation the CPU literally one herds. It's amazing I remember. I computer in our home. I think that even a little bit. Before that was Radio Shack. They had the trs. Eighty quote trash. Eighty and you had to hook up this external cassette deck and hope you got the volume right so you record it something. It actually was. You could play it back and get something. That wasn't total gibberish. I remember that because this was so so the era of when I started playing video games they wouldn't buy games we shared. So you would copy the cassettes and there's always deportation as you copy them back and forth and at some point you'd be like well. This is the seventh copy. I don't know if it's GONNA make it. And then you could see on the screen when you're loading the game on Commodore Sixty Four. The screen would flash in very specific ways that had these bars of color. And you developed a sense of like is loading like you said getting the right things and it was just. It was just fascinating and I have those vivid images of the loading screens with the loading graphics. Which was just this random noise which reminded me of when I got into. Pbs's import systems. You'd have to modems and they'd played this very specific sound like. Could you imagine Geduhn good young and you could hear what a proper connection sounded like and thought that Tech Tilleke of computing. It's just something. I'm kind of sad we lost. There was just some analog dimension to it that was really satisfying. Yeah it's like it almost made a tactile and a certain way like century where it's also it's kind of funny that you bring that up because it's almost like you know now look at technology and all these. Apps and stuff like that and intermittent reinforcement is intentionally built into all this stuff but that was like this early hint of like is it going to or is is is completely a meltdown godly. Yeah I remember even with the cassette. So you'd have multiple games in some cassette. So you'd fast forward. I gotta get into like three minutes thirty two and sometimes wade would set up it. Be Right in between and you wouldn't know quite win to start the play but in for it it was magic or maybe it was magic maybe told Shit and you look back through. Nostalgic is like Oh that was great. Connect with a certain moment of your life But I mean what's interesting? Also that is. It seems like even the earliest days. It wasn't enough for you to just know what was happening on the surface like there was something in you know. I need to understand what's happening underneath the hood which has been this consistent. Theme will literally almost everything that you've done. I certainly would get very deep into something so video games for example. Even if it there was some parts of it that with the mechanics deal for Howard's old built but then there would also be the social aspect so for example if you'd like to play video games and you wanted a lot of idioms you kind of had to have friends and you had to have friends for me. That age were older. Who had access to different things who could get different things very sort of? You've got to work the crowd sense to it. You got to organize you gotta get into these communities. You got a dive under knees. You've got to find out. What make these people clicks us that? Hey I'm a what nine-year-old kit and I show up at some fourteen year old boys house and how do we connect? How do we connect over the fact that like otherwise? We don't really share a lot of things right and I had that for. I mean basically anti tie childhood that revolved around Video Games and computers. I was always thinking like who can teach me more and inevitably it be people. Were there other kids? Who were five? Six seven eight years older than me. I remember it's funny now living in the US and living in an environment where like you just don't see nine year olds walking the street right like that's just not a thing anymore but especially in La. Nobody walks right. Nobody wants to hold the criminalization of of Childhood and self driven child. When I was I think like eleven twelve years old. I'd go to these computer. Parties would like fifteen sixteen eighteen year old. And you're like you're just even trying to picture that image now and it's such a difficult image but it really enabled me to learn without speed limits that I was not confined as a eight year old to learn from other eight year olds because I mean really. That's a pretty slow way of learning. If you WANNA learn fast from someone who really knows a lot more than you do really have access to a lot more than what you have and I picked up on that very early that to go faster to suck in more. You had to deal with people who were multiple levels ahead of you and then just try real hard to keep up and that was just so much more fun
Jeff Bezos Pledges $10 Billion To Fight Climate Change, Planet's 'Biggest Threat'
"Jeff bezos. The world's richest man announced this week he is donating ten billion dollars of his personal fortune to fight climate change known as the basis Earth Fund which pays us announced over instagram. Yesterday it is thought to be one of the largest philanthropic gifts ever for more. Let's bring in Mike Regan senior editor at Bloomberg News. Mike Germany so bays us in the past has been criticized for not doing that much in the way of philanthropy in fact we just talked to the CEO of AIRBNB. Another billionaire and I asked him whether he thinks Beza should be giving more money to charity and apparently now he is. He's pledging eight percent of his personal wealth to fight climate change. Why this new commitment? Well all we really know about his motivation. So far is just a caption on instagram. Picture of the Earth. And it's only about one hundred and twenty five words but what he says basically is in part that climate change is the biggest threat to our planet and he says he wants to work alongside others to amplify known ways and to explore new ways of fighting it. Now with that said I would point out that basis has come under a lot of pressure even especially from employees within Amazon itself Since when you think about it delivering all those Amazon packages obviously has a big impact on the environment. So he's heard a lot about this over the years. Well Yeah. Let's talk about that. Amazon's impact on climate Not just the carbon cost of shipping everything around and flying everything around but also all those packages all those boxes you know. Sometimes they can be recycled and sometimes they can write and even now on twitter and social media.
What it's like to work in a restaurant on Valentine's Day
"Candy flowers and a romantic dinner with your significant other you know what we're talking about Valentine's day but the burden of producing that special night often falls to the restaurant servers valentines they say is one of the craziest nights of the year I call it just factory because it's two by two by two by two it it's very very boring how boring or not Jackie Roberts from the pink door a restaurant in Seattle is ready she says the hype of Valentine's day turns up the pressure on wait staff to try and make a guest evening perfect everyone's taking the holiday which is to say they want to perform way too well and there's not as much spontaneity is we usually have an irregular night and the quest for that perfect night sometimes means the customers give the kitchen staff advice on how to prepare the meal you know you get a lot of allergies a lot of modification if people kind of built their own dishes that turned into well I don't like the after gently let them know that they in fact created the dish on her own it's not something that we need to Brian Regan back of the mockingbird in Nashville says not all customers are so difficult in fact some leave their servers a special sort of tip are definitely seeing cables that are clearly on a date when one of the people leave their number of a server which might tell you have a date but not all surprises are as rewarding as that Reagan back recalls one Valentine's date that went horribly wrong for one of his customers this guy came in early he was very excited all dressed up in a suit flower you'd get a proposed to be on say and would she showed up she had a notebook and it was a list of everything that was wrong with him she sat there for an hour and read it to if your working in the hospitality business on Valentine's day Laura Valente from Tilia in Minneapolis says the trick to getting through the craziness is beyond your game it's a hustling diet put on your running shoes try to look nice and let's go go go and give Mullen from the restaurant circa nineteen eighteen in Newport news Virginia has some words of wisdom for even the most harried server I just say to myself Hey we're not curing cancer here you know we're all we're doing is
Lights, camera, Oscars: Meet the creators decolonizing Hollywood
"I'm Rosanna the dear child. Talking all about rewriting Hollywood's image of indigenous people from the inside and five indigenous. Writers Comics are doing just us that working on a brand new Sitcom for NBC. Called Rutherford falls unreserved producers. Tenant met up with them on the paramount studio lots in La just outside the writer's room where things can get a little silly job Tassell fulltime job. My name is Janisch meeting. I'M MITOCHONDRIA LAKOTA. And I'm a staff writer rather vol's my name's bobby. Wilson I'm secede secede Awan Awan Dakota and I think a little bit of White House staff writer Donahue. My name is Tania as Chavez. I am a citizen. If the Bishop how you tribe molly member one tribe relations are I am Navajo Pie in San Carlo Patchy achieve and I am the story editor on the jets. My name is Tyler Claire. I am Mohawk and mic-mac from from going to walk in Quebec and a staff writer on the show it's pretty great. AFC or analysis Hanish land nearby Cheektowaga Additionally my name is Sierra Teller Analysis I'm member of the Navajo Nation. I'm born of edgewater people in for the Mexican people and I'm also The Cook Creator of Rutherford Falls. I created the show with Ed Helms and Mike sure who both worked on the office in my created partner in Brooklyn I nine and the good place and so we've been working on this developing this idea for about a year and a half now. The show runner is really sort of like the boss. But they're also a conduit between in the producers and the other CO creators and the studio and the network and then also the writers so there's kind of jack-of-all-trades sort of shortstop position. I'm going to say that. This is the first native show runner in America and I would say this is the first TV show that has this many stuff writers and writers that Arnie if I could be wrong but I won't back down. Toss it would be my hype woman. The most basic question to start with what is referred falls. What is it about we such a hard time explaining what the show is? But it's awesome so like definitely spy side in there. I'm not it's all about the town of other falls which is this tiny town in upstate. New York that is adjacent to a native reservation and the town is sort of turned upside down own when there's talk of moving statue that commemorates the founder of the town. This Guy Lawrence Weatherford. And the last Rutherford to live in the town is this Guy Nathan in played by Ed Helms Nathan Rutherford and he just loses his mind over it. And because you sort of can't let go. It causes all these other dust ups in the town including his friendship. unshipped with Scroll Regan. Who is native American one of the things? I think that I love about Mike. Sure shows is that he sets out to really try to say something big in a super funny super assessable way talking about the bureaucracy of government with parks and REC or talking about like. What does it mean to be a good person with a good place and I were two picture shows? People be like what the hell are you talking new out but he has a way of sort of condensing and making it funny and making accessible way that I really enjoy and so I think we're talking a lot about like what are first stories. What does the American narrative? How does that American narrative affect all of us? And I think we've found a way to sort of make funny interesting version of that so for people who can't see where we are. Could you describe have a where we are. We're in a fort on an ancient Hollywood burial ground. There's a couple of Indians in there. I think Joey Ramone Well look at his heir where paramount pictures studio. So it actually is one of the oldest Hollywood studios you on point Bobby. This is the old blue studios which is on bay. Does your Anez and Lucille Ball. It's unoccupied territory and its content. It is one thousand percent haunted. We're surrounded by a lot of videos and so you get to walk past them on your way the office and like look in and see people making TV and movies. It's pretty wild everyday that I come here. I'm like holy. I can't believe this is my life. That's what I say. Every day we'll settle into the office very quickly very very quickly. Bobby put up artwork mark. We got rugs pillows. They got native real quick. Colonial settlers. We settled settled. It's actually one of the nicest writers rooms we've I've ever worked in. They usually look like these like really Friday sad dorms. It's preach ikya plants Manson furniture and blankets. It's nice so many gods so much I was a kid and I would go to my white friends houses they all have pantries ebbs and like French necks and lunch ables caprice and I didn't have that and so this kitchen I feel like is amazing. We are the rich kids now day one we were so like. Yeah if we'd have water beat the great shirts. Gosh I'd love to chat with you about how you work together. What is a day of work? Look like are you making each other laugh Just watched the movie black cloud. It's like that daddy issues. A lot of fights. There's one wall that we we can all punch his. I'm getting a lot of straight answers from the corner here. And it's a pretty traditional writer's room we blue sky and then we just go through and sit on a couch together and talk about the things that have happened in our lives. And that's what's look great but having so many native writers as I feel like being the only native right on a show and ask you a question you have to represent then everybody and what's so great here. I don't have the answer. There's a good chance one of the other writers we'll have it other native writers and that's so it's just so nice. There's such a weight off your shoulders. I was really amazed by how collaborative has been like. I thought we were going to be like Austin delegating. Some like random small space windowless room place. But we're actually like working together on couches is all day making jokes. It's phenomenal so what was the first day working together. Like I can't answer that because I feel like I have a moment. He's he's just a moment because this is the first time that I've had native colleagues in any workplace and it's so cool to come to work especially in TV and be around other native writers. When I had my first meeting with Sierra at Homs was in the room and her and I were just like talking points like she remembered he was there and she was like? Do you have anything that you say. And he was like no. He's this is amazing. And what's amazing is like we get to cut out Indian one on one and we just get to get on on with the humor and the stories and it's super cool. That's the most exciting thing for me that I know on the first day is that it was also the first time I think we've been the majority in any space. It like influences the vibe and the culture of the room for sure and it's just it feels really familial and it also also is I think influencing the storytelling quite a bit. It's it's pretty magical. And what about putting the writing team together were you part of that Sierra. So could you. Could you tell me about how you put a writing team together for this show. Sure I mean it's really just been like I sound like a Pollyanna but like a dream come true in a sense of like. I figured there'd be like one native writer later and have to fight for it and Mike was like. Oh no there should be like half. The room should be native but to two hundred between woman a white guy should be half and half and he just has such incredible influence so the three of us at Mike and I met with a bunch of different writers from all different backgrounds. And it was so cool that you're told all the time well there there aren't out there so it's GonNa be really hard and it really wasn't and it was just a really cool idea of like who are the funny native people that I know or discovering and then we put them all together with a bunch of other funny writers from different backgrounds and friends runs that I'd worked with before. It's a really exciting time because I feel like we're all getting to do something that is like genuinely funny genuinely interesting but also very much from a native have perspective and kind of juxtaposed that with a traditional white American perspective. I think we're going to have multiple native characters. There's like two main native characters on the show who have very the different views of just everything and I think there's something interesting about their scenes where native people are talking to people about whatever and not necessarily about housing native but sometimes and I think the exciting about getting to to write those
"regan" Discussed on Commons
"And the irony is that it wasn't revealed by somebody who was one of his victims but by one of his political enemies. Donald Ripley has had been a former liberal Bagman. Who Helped Regan get elected? But Ripley felt he had been rebuffed by Regan and he lost a lot of money. Would Nova Scotia. Light and tower had been nationalized so he nursed those rudge's for many years. He switched parties. Who became a conservative and then he was a columnist for a local TV rag basically had to listings and a couple of columns? He was one of the columnists and in Nineteen ninety-three. He decided it was this time. The public knew about Regan's crimes and at some point key called Philip Mathias the CBC reporter who had done all the investigation and North gotten his story on air. And said you know basically. I'm going to write about this. And he did. Ripley's call him was a blind indict him about a powerful Nova Scotian. Who had been sexually abusing women for decades but he got almost no response and he then went off to rcmp with what amounted to not very much at all? I mean he didn't have any real evidence. He didn't have any complaints. He knew stuff in a vaguit Naguid happened any sort of directed to Matthias. Who under normal circumstances probably would have brushed them off? He was not somebody who was in the business of helping the police out to investigate things. He realized that this story which was legitimate was never going to be published by the people who who had hired him at the time so he greeted me with the mounties and he gave them chapter and verse of the material that he gathered and I think in his investigation he gathered a dozen women had gotten some of them on video talking about what had happened to them and suddenly the mouth he's had something to go on the RCMP was finally investigating at first. They did it quietly gathering evidence but soon the story leaked out and Gerald Regan he went it on. TV and loudly proclaimed his innocence. That interview was a tipping point. Many women who've been attacked by regan were outraged buys denials so they called the police and so suddenly the mounties were inundated with women telling them these stories. Some of whom were willing to go on the record and Be Witnesses two years after that initial blind item the RCMP charged Gerald Regan with seventeen counts. It's related to thirteen women. Regan Hired Ed Greenspan. The best defense lawyer in the country. Here's Greenspan on the day. Regan was charged. I think this is an entire waste of taxpayers money. I think this entire police investigation which we have heard from people that they've approached was high handed handed An improper is process has not been fair. It has been totally unfair. And it's because of who Mr Regan is now if you're you're familiar at all with how most sexual assault trials of famous people go. You can guess how this went i. The crown began to drop charges and decided to focus on only the most serious charges. Regan's lawyers when a number of important procedural fights in court the crowd attorney leading the prosecution was pulled off. And when Reagan's Higgins victims were brought to the stand Greenspan tried to shred their credibility. I think there's no question that Greenspan has a lawyer was a bully and he was a good from a client's perspective but certainly not. From the point of view of justice. One of Regan's teenage victims had lied on a transcript when she was a child in the nineteen fifties she had moved from one place to another and she wanted to be with kids of her own age so she had sort of minor. Mind your fudging of her transcripts so that she could get into the greed that you wanted to be in with the kids her own age and by my recollection it would have been about about three days of cross examination focused on this one piece of paper and the argument was you would lie about that. He would lie about anything. You're lying about this. Regan's lawyers try to introduce reasonable doubt towards all of the allegations in similar ways. He dug up secrets from in their past like unwanted pregnancies and weaponized them. He cast doubt on tiny details. Eddie Greenspan when he was cross examining one of the women who said she'd been raped in a gravel pit claimed loudly. That couldn't have happened. It didn't happen. There's no gravel pit on the road that you described so nothing nothing nothing happened. You're lying and this came out in the news stories and again were inundated with calls from people who said I know where that gravel pit is on this road at this point and though the charges against Regan were treated by the media's allegations with the lawyer said about the accusers often wasn't here's Maggie. Rohrer again they retargeted viciously in the media. At that time viciously he had a very powerful built in protective system around him. And when these women were being ripped apart in court it was reported on in the media as fact but even as the trial was playing out. Stephen Kimber would hear from new victims. I remember when I was covering the preliminary hearing and I I was teaching at King's at the time and so I had to rush back to a meeting. I was supposed to attend at the university and I made my apologies and I said you know what I was doing. And there were five people in the room and three of the five had had experiences with Gerald Regan. The jury had only been allowed to hear a small small subset of the allegations against Regan but on the day they began to deliberate a publication ban was lifted. And all of that information the media was able to report on dozens of other allegations at the public yet to hear but it wasn't long until the jury returned their verdict not guilty on all charges. Gerald Regan was free to go appeals would follow and legal wrangling continued for a few more years but by two thousand and two who the legal fight was over and Gerald Regan's Rehabilitation had begun in the early days after the verdict verdict. He was shunned by not only sort of ordinary people but also by those people who were his colleagues sometimes sometimes his his peers in politics and business there were receptions he would attend and people would turn their backs on. But that stigma began to fade. He continued to work at a major law firm he served on the boards of companies. He was quoted in the media. His son Jeff's political career continued to rise and when his family background was raised reporters studiously avoided questions about his father's sexual predation. Here's a c-pack interview between Jeff Regan Begin and Katherine Clark. WHO also happens to be former prime? Minister Joe Clark's daughter. Did your mom have any idea what she was getting into when when she married your dad did. She doesn't that there was going to be politics in her life. Not just from her dad. Well clearly and clearly dead was interested in fall two zero convention and it wasn't long before he started running for office and in fact he ran four times unsuccessfully before he was finally elected yes when me to hit in twenty seventeen. Politicians across. Canada started to be outed for their misconduct in the workplace. The same was true. Nova Scotia serious allegations were made against a former. MP and a sitting MLA mega roar wanted to look into how the Nova Scotia Legislature was approaching coaching the issue. I really wanted to understand this moment in time and I wasn't seeing that reporting turn-up anywhere beyond just the basic facts of these cases and so I set up to try to do that and really almost nobody responded to me like I contacted every single. Mla Province province and ironically one of the only people to respond was the minister then minister for the status of Women Kelly. Regan who was actually actually Jerry. Regan's daughter-in-law the few responses she got were generic pablum and no one was willing to grapple with the fact that a premier of Nova Scotia had been allowed to get away with such horrific crimes for so long. You know it's still a really small place down here and there's this kind of like a well. We all know what happened there. We don't talk about it you know. There's a culture of silence whenever Gerald Regan was in the news. Stephen Kimber would get emails phone calls. And after Regan's his death women once again got in touch probably a dozen women he mailed me texted me called me to say what had happened to them and they were. None of these people were involved in any of the trials or any of the criminal allegations Gatien's.
"regan" Discussed on Commons
"And in all this sordid affair no one appeared. Have to care about the woman who had been assaulted. I think. Probably with the exception of the sergeant at arms who took care of her that night and made sure she got home nobody nobody really did pay much attention to her and her interest in all of this which was also both sort of standard operating procedure in in this case but also not uncommon in terms of the time people you know we're told basically to suck it up. You know this happened. Okay get on with your life. The assault was the first in a series of events that would land Gerald Regan in court. But it would take over a decade gate for the law to finally catch up with him. After Gerald Regan attack the legislative page in his office journalists finally began to move on the rumors that had that surrounded him for years. One of those reporters was Philip Mathias. Who worked for the CBC's Fifth Estate? Philip interviewed a number of young women who had been assaulted altered by the premier and he was shocked to discover that even a CBC colleague had been attacked by Regan in a hotel room and he thought he had the case and the CBC in the end killed his story. And I think that Philip felt that for whatever reasons the CBC had killed the story to avoid problems with the federal government with the Liberals with the ministry on the advice of lawyers other publications had their stories killed two regan was defeated in nineteen. Seventy eight and his government fell but two years later he had been elected to parliament and Pierre Trudeau. Put Him in his cabinet along with other portfolios. Gerald Regan was the minister responsible for the status of women and for Awhile. It seemed like Regan would never be a held accountable for his crimes. Some people did try however as he was running for reelection in one thousand nine hundred eighty four. One man created a pamphlet and took a door to adore in Regan's riding of Nova Scotia Gadfly ICONOCLAST. The Mike Marshall knew about these stories about some of the stories and had done some investigation and put together a pamphlet since nobody was reporting on this. He put together a pamphlet and took it door to door during the election campaign being really calling out written and being very clear on the fact that he had done these things no mainstream media outlet would cover that again because suv their lawyers advice. He didn't win re election but had little to do with the pamphleteering. The liberals were trounced all across the country after he ost regan did what former politicians do. He got a cozy giggle law firm. He served on corporate boards but he didn't stop attacking women in Nineteen Ninety. He sexually assaulted a fellow. Corporate board member and a Calgary Hotel three years later. The police would finally begin to investigate Gerald Regan.
"regan" Discussed on Commons
"Just a warning. The next section is going include some descriptions descriptions of graphic sexual violence that won't be suitable for everyone from at least the time he was in his twenties. Gerald Regan would prey on young women. He had a car and so he would drive women home for young women from the skating rink and try to molest them in his car and he felt entitled to do that it was clear from what he said to these young women that that this was his right now. We debated amongst ourselves how much which detail we should go into here. We want you to understand the seriousness and the violent nature of what Gerald Regan did. But we didn't want this to slip into the salacious relations or the exploitative so I'm going to tell you about the first person we know that Regan victimized and try to keep the details to what's essential from then on Mary Graham and that's not. Her real name met Gerald Regan in Nineteen fifty three. When she was seventeen he was twenty five? They used to give rides to her and her friends around the neighborhood in a letter to Stephen Kimber. She said Jerry was talkative. Mildly flirtatious and seemed interested in them unquote. He kind of singled me out. I was flattered to have this college educated man shown interest in me a high school girl. I like talking with them the first first time they got physical in any way regan quote lunged at her out of nowhere to kiss her. It was sudden uncomfortable but she was willing to keep seeing in him quote. We would talk a lot neck a little. She said I was able to keep through much protestation pretty well within my personal code of necking only limitations. But on the day of their first real date Gerald escalated he parked his car in a secluded spot and she says that Regan than raped her quote afterward. I was numb terribly ashamed as though somehow even though I protested vigorously and tried to push him away it had all been my fault. Mary started to cry. Regan accused her of lying to him about being a virgin. He warned her not to tell anyone because his legal career could be ruined. If she was quote stupid enough to tell and he promised her that he would never do it again but that was a lie he would rape her many more times. Mary began to hear stories about Regan also attacking some of her friends. When giving them rides she eventually stopped seeing Gerald Regan but his crimes? James Escalated Regan raped a fourteen year old girl whose mother he knew the pattern was similar. A ride in a car a random attack a threat. She was scared and didn't tell anyone until one day. She told a friend what had happened. It turned out regan had tried to rape her to. She was fourteen as well at the time he had just made his first failed. Run for office. And as the years went on he would assault young women and girls again and again and again he would grab a woman out of the blue without any preliminaries. It was not sort of a romance or anything else. It was sort of. Just you know a a quick grab. He dried his tongue down their throat. And then when it was over he would stop and he would continue as Z.. If nothing had happened and he tended to pick on women who were small in stature not very powerful. Didn't have the wherewithal in the sense to challenge him. He made it very clear that they would not be believed and that he had credibility they didn't and then it would be sort of dangerous in a certain sense to challenge him on these things after he started a family with his wife. Regan began to attack his children's babysitters. We know over at least half a dozen babysitters who were his victims. Some he raped some fought him off few told anyone then as it became a lawyer. There's a story of a woman who came to see him who was dealing. I believe with the divorce and he attacked her. He just kept escalating and what he did. In many cases became more serious and he he was less likely to take no for an answer Regan's violence didn't stop at the doors of the legislature in nineteen sixty nine when he was leader of the Nova Scotia Liberal Party. He sexually assaulted and an attempted to rape an eighteen year old clerk. She told her mother and a neighbor. Who is a Halifax police officer? But they decided not to report Regan because of his power and and the next day she was called into the office by the liberal. Party's executive director. And she was fired when he was premier. He attacked numerous young women. Who came in looking for jobs at province house? He attacked women in bars and at Liberal Party events he assaulted two journalists in hotel rooms. Considering the scale Oh and brazenness of his crimes the obvious question to ask is. What did the people around Gerald Regan? No you'd have to be deaf dumb and blind not to you have heard the stories of his borish behavior with women. I think that it's fair to say that most people who were associated with Regan Regan knew he was borish that he was lecherous. You wouldn't want your daughter to be in a room with him alone alone. Sometimes you know that there were people who sort of shepherd at him out of rooms to make sure that things didn't happen. I think at the same time from my knowledge of people who were around Regan at the time is that most of what happened that would have would be categorized. The the sexual assault happened in private so that they didn't necessarily know specifically what he was doing to be fair. They also didn't spend a lot of time trying to figure figure that here's what we do know. At least one senior minister and his cabinet walked in on him attacking one of staffers. He told Regan quote. You keep your fucking fucking hands off. My staff. Regan stopped but he faced no consequences. The Conservative Party of Nova Scotia had a file on Regan sexual assaults. But they did nothing with it. And it's clear that Regan's predation of young girls was in some ways an open secret with people making jokes about it. A Regan aid once yelled across the room room quote. Hey Premier. I saw you with that thirteen year old. But don't worry. She had the body of a nine year old women working in the legislature were regularly literally told not to be in the same room alone with him. There was one incident that would be the spark that eventually led to Regan's crimes becoming public one day in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven. An eighteen year old legislative page went to see Gerald Regan in his office. She was looking for his help to apply for a job once they were alone the premier of Nova Scotia attacked her. She ran screaming out of his office into the arms of the legislatures sergeant at arms and this was heard sort of all over the legislature. People knew that that it happened. Journalists soon heard about the assault some tried to report out the story but the legislative page was hesitant to go public but she was convinced by a female reporter to record her recollections of of what had happened and in the reporter gave her the the audiotape and the idea was that if she ever did decide to go public that the reporter would get the tape and be able to use it she took the tape back to her apartment and then something strange happened there. It was a robbery and the only thing that was taken was the audio recording. The tape where she described the premier of Nova Scotia sexually assaulting salting. Her in his office was the only thing that was stolen. She went to the police but they brushed off. Did Nothing. Not many people knew about the recording. But what's become clear years later. was that one person who did was Alan. Stockholm stock was a corrupt union. Official turned developer are and at the time he was trying to get the Nova Scotian Housing Commission to buy a property from the provinces housing commission had said no and so there was a meeting between Regan and Stock All at an airport in Toronto at some point and apparently stock all threatened him obliquely or directly with this tape and making it public and what he wanted was the government to buy his property. They didn't do that but they did. Give him a very sweetheart. Contract for a number of months before Regan was defeated in the next election. Premier Regan was being blackmailed because he sexually assaulted a legislative page and it looks.
"regan" Discussed on Commons
"After High School Jerry. Regan went to university. But he'd often skip class to do the play by plays at local hockey games. He made a name for himself as a sports gasp especially when he started bringing over. NHL Teams to play in Nova Scotia. In the off season he went to law. School became a lawyer and gained a reputation fighting fighting for the rights of workers in the nineteen fifties he was one of only three lawyers in Nova Scotia that will represent unions regularly. As a lawyer he was successful. Small town lawyer became very involved in the Liberal Party in Nova Scotia. That was his ticket to success. After that at a young liberal convention he met Carol Harrison. Who'd go onto his wife? Here's Jeff Regan. Talking to CPAC about how his parents met. Both of them happen to the attending a young liberals convention in Nineteen fifty four in Ottawa. She was handing out souvenir bags of Saskatchewan Prairie tweet on the front steps of the Center Block and she had once we young lawyer from Windsor Nova Scotia with my dad. And you know they still have the Bagel. They don't I think dad was Smith and mom reciprocated. Apparently Regan ran for MP under the liberal banner and lost. He tried to get in the next election and lost again by an even bigger margin. He got the nominations he ran. He failed time and time again and then finally. Finally he was elected federally in nineteen sixty three. Gerald Regan was off to Ottawa. But it stay in the nation's capital we cut short by his ambition even though he was viewed as a rising star. Regan was still at Nova Scotian at a time when the Liberal Party was turning towards questions of bilingualism. I'm in national unity. There wasn't much room for Unit lingual maritime to move up so when the opportunity arose Gerald Regan move back to his home province to run for the leadership of the Nova Scotia Liberals five years later after crisscrossing the province in beat up car attending every local constituency meeting. He could wangle an invitation to. He did finally win. And Become Premier in nineteen seventy the conservative government government. Just really tired and I think that probably it's fair to say as happens in many cases Carol Regan's Liberals one not so much because they one but because the conservatives lost here's Regan. After he won I was very pleased with the majority and Halifax Needham. You felt that neither do better than last time. I attempted to work very hard representing the constituency. But I certainly didn't anticipate anticipate such majority. This size during his first mandate Regan made a number progressive moves. He got rid of the poll tax that sent poor four people to jail. He Established Law Reform Commission lowered the voting age and nationalize Nova Scotia Light and power but his government wasn't underpinned by any kind kind of political conviction. He was a guy who liked being called the premier he was known as the premium that was his nickname he was. He's happy enough to take reporters on tours around the halls of the legislature point out. Whose portrait was who on the walls and he knew how long they they had served and how long he would after in order to have become premier longer than they were? Regan also vindictive. Stephen Kimber is pretty ensure that Regan got him fired from his job at the CBC. We decided to do a documentary about the Patriots agenda. Such going back to vote buying and and contract Shuffling lots of evidence to support that when the documentary appeared I was told that Gerald Regan had informed my bosses the big bosses that's the CBC in the region. He would never appear again. As long as I was the host and in short order it was gone. Regan majority government in one thousand nine hundred seventy four but the liberals were already running out of steam as time went on I think as often happens with governments. He became more interested in staying in power than Kim. Any ambitions they were defeated in seventy eight on the back of high. Hi Power prices. But Regan wasn't done yet to nine thousand nine hundred. He ran for the federal liberals one and was made cabinet minister under Pierre Trudeau Regan. Getting lost his seat in one thousand nine hundred eighty four and then settled into a comfortable post political life as an elder statesman..
"regan" Discussed on Commons
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P. and more online in just minutes. There's there's no paperwork or no hold music. Just quick and easy. Investing the R. S. P. Contribution deadline is March second which is pretty much around the corner so get in touch with wealth bar today and make a deposit sign up and minutes at wealthed dot com slash candidate land and get a one hundred dollar fee credit visit wealthed dot com slash candle and for more offer details. Good evening. I'm Steve Murphy. Former Scotia Premier Gerald Regan has been charged with sixteen sex related offenses including Rape Regan. Says he's not guilty. My reaction is one of anger. I am not guilty of these charges and I have no doubt whatsoever but that I would not be facing charges. These ancient allegations if I had not been in public epic light Gerald Regan was charged on March. Fifteenth nineteen ninety-five with seventeen counts of rape attempted rape indecent assault and forcible confinement. The charges were related to thirteen different women. One of them had been underage at the time. The news was shocking. To Nova Scotia's the Regan's were already one of the most well respected political families in the province at the time his daughter. Nancy Regan was an anchor in the same network from the broadcast that you're hearing from. She took the day off work to accompany her father. Gerald Regan arrived at the courthouse this morning accompanied by his wife until his daughters including Nancy. Regan posted ATV's ABC's live at five and his son. Jeff had followed in his father's footsteps elected to parliament just two years earlier. Son Jeff Halifax. MP was was in. Ottawa I have confidence in my father's innocence and we his family love him very much. The Regan's are an established of various tablist political critical family here in Nova Scotia lutely and they have been for decades. The idea that a sort of provincial politician could move on and these sort of heights is still a big deal for notions. I would say that. The view of the Regan's at least in among the older generation is they are a middle of the road political presence that represent both fiscal responsibility as well as the basics of. You know social concerns if you will. Stephen Kimber is a longtime Nova Scotian journalist. Who's written a book con Gerald Regan? And he's had his fair share of run INS with him. He was a tall guy a towered over me and I I think probably a fair number of people. He had a as somebody who has one. I think of as a ski slope knows he was you know he wasn't handsome. He certainly had presence and was forceful to understand the story of the Regan's yet to understand the strange world of Nova Scotia politics. Regan Regan was born into a politically active family in Windsor Nova Scotia in nineteen twenty eight. But then again every family in that part of Nova Scotia at the time was politically active steph rural Nova Scotia. During those days. I was pretty political. It was you were born one or the other which was conservative or liberal. You took it all all very seriously. You hung out at the local newspaper office on election night where they would post the Result says they came in so he was steeped in that kind of political life as he grew up. From an early age Gerald Regan would have witnessed the nitty gritty of the Nova Scotian political machines. The the world in which he came of age politically was one in which votes were by those rural areas for example on polling day the parties. He's had people who wanted around the constituency and they drove people to the polls. Made sure at least as much as you could that they voted the right way and then and went into the trunk of the car and bright out ROM or nylons or whatever it was that was the gift of the day to convince people to to make sure that people voted the the right way and that was standard operating procedure. Gerald's father Walter Regan was a longtime town councillor dettori stalwart. His uncle had been deputy mayor of Halifax and Jerry quickly said his is on politics to buy the eleventh grade. Gerald Regan was Student Council. President the thing that you have to understand about regan was that he was ambitious as as a politician mostly for the sake of being an ambitious politician. He wanted to succeed at politics. He was less somebody who had a great Ideological or philosophical officle interested in politics one day Gerald Regan met Angus MacDonald the longtime liberal premier of Nova Scotia. He even stopped to shake kyung Gerald's hand and from then on Jerry had one goal to climbed the political ladder all the way to the top.
"regan" Discussed on Commons
"Harms that Jerry Regan we can committed in his life and at work by abusing his role in the Liberal Party are totally made invisible here and I just this route one word. All when he said he was a dedicated public servant to his constituents comma all Nova Scotia's and Canadians. It's like okay. I guess we're just GonNa completely erase the fact that we know that he sexually violated at least forty women. Gerald Old Regan was a violent sexual Predator for decades. He victimized women in Nova Scotia and beyond most of his victims were young. Some of them were children. Dron Premier Stephen McNeil. That wasn't what was important to note. All Nova Scotia determine how they view Mister Reagan's legacy you see as the premium of this province focused on the job that we shared in common which was Leading a government McNeil is far from the only person to Russia's side Regan's crimes in two thousand sixteen Gerald Regan went to visit the House of Commons his son. Geoff Regan a Longtime Halifax. MP He had been elected speaker of the House a year earlier liberal MP Dominic Leblanc Rose and address. The fact that Gerald Regan was in the gallery but Regan's crimes clearly weren't on his mind instead he just wanted to joke about the new speakers dad showing up to watch his son at work. The speaker yes. I'm perhaps I saw. You could explain to the House the House. What would be the appropriate rules in terms of recognizing people in the gallery? Let's say for example Mr Speaker a former premier of Nova. Let's go show where in the gallery today former premier Joel Regan. Would it be appropriate for the chair to recognize a farmer. Bring here in the gallery sitting next to Leblanc along with Prime Minister Trudeau. Who Bursts out laughing and then the entire House of Commons rises to give Gerald Regan one of the worst sexual predators? Canadian politics has ever seen a standing ovation..
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I'm a Feminist But...
"I am a feminist but if I had to body swap with Megan draper in madman when her marriage with don draper was really good or Sylvia Rosen don draper's neighbor he was having an affair with behind Megan's back I would choose sneaking around and like arguing one time he kept her in a hotel room for ages the kidnapping we're kind of them she was agreed to it because it was like a hot game oh right right yeah it was like a little bit like a sort of power play thing right he said wait for me all day until I choose to come back and he took a book took her book yeah was it the show it was no it was just like I was some kind of novel of the year that she was reading a carnival it was but it was Erica Young's fear of flying or something like this isn't tournament all what's the episode if you take my book read angry reading what's Nice is that we will never argue fictitious misogynous don draper yeah because you won't find him hall anyway sounds I never watched madman I think you'll mortar brought to sterling women is this a good thing because I don't know what she's talking about I am I watch someone's shaking the headlight now he's he's owned Celta but he's he's swallowed how old are we talking here fifty sixty Jeez he says things like when God closes the door opens address terrible they're all terrible I'm saying Morales spot not approve of it those things opens dress where's the handle like Zip Zip Rose Nine hundred and sixty zip zip sounds Jones address is already open we take it off the back Sixty stresses a name they zip zips Jones dress I would see open at the talk yes he's doing yeah I wanNA make it in here it's not their roger he would love you if you said that if he said I'm going to open your address and you said Russia Open Matters Oh my God in Russia would keep you in a hotel for a week still in my purse that's right I'm a feminist I think what you would get it I'm a feminist but if I had to choose between body swapping with Sylvia from season six months men that neighbor who he was cheating with or exam his kids schoolteacher from an earlier season I would choose the schoolteacher because I think she was younger and hotter theme developing with choose here yeah I mean I'm just sex and stuff but I just thought shoes really kind of she and I dunno domino both gorgeous we coastline this I don't know these people is very much in my head nobody cares yeah I'm a feminist but when my mom had firemen come rounds of smoke alarm when I heard they were in the house put some makeup on put some makeup on fireman yes I did I did the smoke I was going to get here that they fit the arm and left they didn't they didn't like stay you could have set Faucet House I'm a feminist but in order to the segment I spent a large part of the afternoon on a page of Glamour Dot Com called ranking all of the Women Don Draper hooked up with Matt the rank them they rank and they've already ranked thirteen of them though in this way more than that so I find it disappointing article and I'm going to have to run own way more than thirteen they did like nine seasons thirteen a season obstinately hooking up I think they've just picked their top thirteen which I think is lazy
Trump escalates impeachment fight, barring envoy's testimony
"We're into week three of the house. Impeachment inquiry into president trump here are some developments to keep you updated a new Washington Post sharp a poll published Tuesday shows public opinion has shifted quickly against trump a majority of Americans say they endorse the decision by House Democrats to begin impeachment Monday that House Democrats are considering as to allow the original whistle blower the person who I flagged the trump's Alinsky call a formal complaint to testify while still remaining anonymous the steps under consideration include having a whistle blower testify from a remote location and obscuring the individuals appearance and voice the Democrats are hoping to prevent trump allies in Congress from exposing the whistle blowers identity. Meanwhile senator Lindsey Graham said he would invite trump's all attorney Rudy Giuliani to testify in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee about quote corruption and other improprieties involving Ukraine Senate Democrats have said they would welcome testimony from Giuliani yet one moment from the hill so far this week stood out as of Monday night the US author the European Union Gordon Farmland was scheduled to appear in a closed door hearing Tuesday that changed Tuesday morning when the trump administration told SOM- lynn that he would not be able to testify since the inquiry began Salman has emerged as a central player in the trump administration's efforts to sure Ukraine to launch investigations of the President's political rivals and Samland had been willing to testify before he was blocked that's sudden change of plans raised questions about the escalating tug of war between Congress and the trump administration tug of war that escalated even further Tuesday when in a letter to house leaders the White House counsel said it will not cooperate with the house impeachment inquiry so how much power does the executive branch have to stop up witnesses from testifying what means of recourse does Congress have to fight back what are witnesses obligations and what does it mean for the impeachment inquiry going forward if you hearings actually happen this is can he do that. A podcast explores the powers and limitations of the American press let's see I'm Alison Michaels for answers I turned to intelligence and national security reporter Shane Harris chains been covering developments in the impeachment inquiry asked him to start with a rundown on who ambassador Gordon Samland is and how he ended up in tangled in the US relationship with Ukraine Gordon Sunland is the US ambassador to the European Union so he is our primary emissary to that group he does not have a background in foreign policy he has a background in I'm developing luxury hotels in the Pacific northwest and was kind of a mega donor for president trump he donated through a series of shell companies about a million dollars to trump's inaugural fund so kind of big dollar heavy hitter who seems to have developed a fairly close relationship to the president but is relatively unknown US foreign policy circles okay and you say Ambassador to the EU but Ukraine is not in the European Union so what is it connection to this impeachment inquiry into president trump will he appears to have inserted himself into US Ukraine policy and you correctly said the Ukraine is not in the portfolio of the European Union he comes into the picture as a kind of a key person and what is emerging as this kind of organized effort by him and by at least one diplomat to pressure the government of Ukraine to open investigations into the political rivals of the president and apparently based on communications that have been coming out doing so as a condition for receiving military aid and support from the trump administration's let me gets on Linden is but nevertheless it appears ample evidence to suggest it happen okay so why did the Democrats ceased online is an important witness giving us important because he can basically tell them whether there was a quid pro quo between the administration and Ukraine if you open up investigations for president trump into the Biden's and into this kind of conspiracy theory that Ukraine was somehow meddling in the two thousand sixteen elections you get military aid you get a meeting with President trump which is something that the Ukrainian presence Lynn ski desperately wanted so he and his Communications Democrats think can have an help answer that basic question was there a quid pro quo at play with the trump administration's deals with Ukraine can you tell me what we know at this point about his communications what we know right now we know from the text messages that were over by a man named Kurt Volker Incur Volker is the US envoy to Ukraine who sort of they're trying to deal with issues related to Ukraine Russia which of course is the primary adversary Voelker who is no longer in his post. Turn those text messages over to the committee's running the impeachment inquiry in the house those text messages show the back and fourth where these diplomats as well as a third person who is sort of primary diplomat and Kiev are talking about what appears to be this quid pro quo how regan had the Ukrainians to come out with a public message that shows are going to start these investigations and when they do that we can set up a meeting with the president that's kind of the essence like the the the illustration of quid pro contained in those texts and Sean is one of the people who is primarily figuring in those messages and importantly comes in at one point where he seems to be trying to get people to stop texting about this kind of seems to be aware that the information is being put in these messages is going to become part of the permanent record I will do things like tell people to call him rather than putting it in a text message and it's ours we know there may be more communications right we think there are actually because the Democrat the House of referred to texts and emails that Sauna and had on a personal device and they have said that they're going to issue a subpoena to get those because he turned them over to the State Department and and not to the congressional committees okay so he was scheduled to testify on Tuesday in front of Several House Committee and ultimately he didn't because the State Department which he works for stopped him at this point do we know why they stopped him what reasoning they gave they've given a lot of reasons and that's not surprising in the sense that this administration does have a pattern of signed to stop people who've worked executive branch from coming up to Congress and giving them information that could be detrimental to the president the real reason essentially come down to what Mike Pompeo has articulated in a letter that he sent to the Democratic Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee he said that you've only sent a letter this isn't really a subpoena you said you've given us an inadequate amount of time to prepare these witnesses there's been some question about whether they can have State Department Council participating in them these Haitians as he calls them that were sent to Sunland and others appear to be personal would require them to produce a huge documents you're not giving enough time so pompeo the throwing the kitchen sink at it it's not clear on Tuesday what the rationale was for the administration blocking him with Democrats said is that up until Monday night we're in discussions with lawyers at the State Department and it seemed like this testimony was gonna be a go about twelve thirty am the Democrats say the State Department called uh-huh lawyers leaving a voicemail saying do not testify silence then it's important to point out issued a statement saying I am more than ready to testify I flew in from Brussels for the occasion and what he seems to be doing I think if you read between the lines a bit could be perceived as sort of saying to Pompeo in the White House like don't put this on me I am ready to testify if you're going to block me from testifying that's on you I wanted to be known that I'm here willing to talk what are the Democrats that in response to those reasons from the the State Department and from the executive branch as to why didn't testify they have called it an obstruction they're saying this is this is the executive branch the White House the State Department obstructing an impeachment inquiry and have suggested that that could become another article of impeachment itself so sort of throwing another log on the impeachment fire what they've said is they are now going to subpoena Sunland for for his testimony for his records and I think that they are while they have described essentially as an effort by the president as they see it to hide the facts about what he was doing and how he was pressuring Ukraine and how he was using this diplomat and others to do that but to be clear who decides what amounts to obstructing congressional investing. online from testifying
U.S. unemployment rate hits 3.5%; job growth moderate
"From the Labor Department today that the US economy added one hundred thirty six thousand new jobs in September signaling that despite a a dismal report about manufacturing earlier in the week the US economy remains relatively buoyant. Mike Reagan is senior editor of Bloomberg News Mike. It's good to speak with you. You Superior and president trump seems pretty pleased with these numbers today. Let's listen the unemployment. Numbers just came out three point five percent unemployment and that is a tremendous number the lowest that over fifty years and so that's the president. What are you taking away from. This report is the lowest unemployment rate in fifty years nineteen sixty nine but the growth of the job market is clearly slowing down a bit and he can't say that based on just one month's report like this but if you look at at the trend over the last three or six months we're talking about one hundred twenty two one hundred thirty thousand jobs on average added per month. That's actually like the slowest pace in more than seven years. It's among the slowest pace since the last recession but it is still growth in the recession at the worst of the recession. We were losing like eight hundred thousand jobs so it is enough to to sort of knock that unemployment rate down a little bit more and we noticed the increase in worker pay. Hey was also down yeah a little bit lower. you know after coming up to some of the highest levels in the of this business cycle down the doubt back down to below three percent so not the most fantastic sign either earlier this week the. Dow dropped five hundred points following a some news on manufacturing numbers that had a lot of people worried they showed showed manufacturing in this country is at its weakest level in ten years so help us understand. Why are those numbers so low but these job numbers don't seem to be as effective. I mean again as you say we still added one hundred thirty six thousand jobs to the economy so this sort of temperature her of the manufacturing sector comes from a report by the Institute for Supply Management and this is the second straight month that it's shown the manufacturing industries are actually actually shrinking and the thing about manufacturing is it's only about twelve percent of the economy the worry is that that weakness will all spread into the much bigger services sector of the economy and in fact the ISM's report on service industries actually was very weak still growing but just barely and falling to the lowest weakest level in about three years so it is starting to look like there is a a little bit of contagion from manufacturing into the services sector but it is still growing and it hasn't quite enough to really damage the job numbers to significant significant there are so many reports out there are so many statistics and you can read them in so many different ways it just it's like it's hard to make sense of what yardstick we should be using to measure the health health of this economy. I absolutely and you know I think you ask the question what was causing this weakness in manufacturing the ice report basically points at the trade tensions and that is such a big question mark for the economy because it's something that could be resolved instantly or near instantly and we just don't. I don't know if and when that will happen so you look at these numbers and you think while they're weak now but as soon as we reach a trade deal with China they'll turn around but but it's just so many unknown so much uncertainty surrounding when that may big picture tends to evolve over time and become more clear we'll see Mike Regan senior editor Bloomberg News. Thanks for your time. Thank spear
Special Counsel, Robert Muller And House Judiciary discussed on The Business Happy Hour
"After controversy surrounding who gets to question and how long they have to question the former special counsel Robert Muller will now appear before the house Judiciary an oversight committees on July twenty fourth north Florida Republican congressman Matt Gaetz talked about it on Trish Regan prime time house Republicans were told earlier today that Robert Muller would be delaying his testimony by about a week but that she would be extending the amount of time that he would be willing to testify so an additional hour of testimony but a delay Muller was originally slated for July
Mets fire Eiland, name Regan, 82, pitching coach
"But the story with the Mets today's to get ready for the cubs changes to their coaching staff pitching coach Dave island bullpen. Coach Hernandez were both fire today we place by eighty year old Phil Regan on an interim basis. He'll be the pitching coach Rican was once a teammate. Sandy co packed with the dodgers and pitched the Mickey mantel the Yankees Ricky bonus returns as bullpen coach on an interim
Struggling Mets fire pitching coach Dave Eiland
"Our time in baseball the mets have fired pitching coach dave alien and bullpen coach chuck hernandez the mets will name eighty two year old phil regan as their new pitching coach as a mets enter today's play with four sixty seventy or eighty third worst in the n._f._l. regan was a roving pitching coach in the mets farm system the giants sent out bumgarner tonight against the dodgers at dodger stadium and the as frankie montage going against tampa bay and charlie morton at the
Which fast food restaurant is ripe for investment?
"Out the golden arches up a fresh all-time high this week as that sought continues to grind higher. So if you wanna dig into fast food, where do you go and ironically, I asked Karen, this doesn't, but but if I did I probably go to McDonalds, I mean, it's it's not expensive relative some of the other names that obviously they've been executing. Really? Well, I mean, Chipotle lake kudos to them. They done a fantastic job. But I feel like they are on. I mean, they are on the high wire now any tiny miss and the expectations are very high could really send the stock lower. Even though they've really executed also done a fantastic job. I would just rather be in McDonalds if you like the risk reward is. More attractive. Well, kudos to piper Jaffray, Nicole. Regan said she's been the accent CMG for last couple of hundred dollars. Good for her. I mean, I think valuation is ridiculous and CMG. But I've thought that now for the last one hundred fifty dollars so our Wenjie wrong. But even McDonalds now is getting a little rich report on April thirtieth close to twenty two times forward earnings, which historically it's sort of the the loftier frothy or end for them. So they better crush on April thirtieth. But to your point earlier, it continues to be slow instead it to the upside. So maybe the trade McDonalds a stay with it up until earnings pull the Ripcord before they report. But also remember McDonald's is rolling out there tech platform. Right. I mean, if you look at what happened Domino's pizza was the first person to do it, then multiple different restaurant chains started to integrate tech. And that's what Madonna McDonald's is doing just now. And if there's, you know, the the other companies are a guide one might think that they're their sales in earnings are going to increase quite a bit because of this. So I would stick with the McDonald's, I think things are slowing is a dollar menu defensive. Yeah. We'd probably within the discretion. Space and within restaurants. Definitely McDonald's would operate more. Like a Staples company. I would just be a little bit. I I'd be cautious overall on those types of names because their cyclical, right? So I think that you know, the economy's doing worse you wanna avoid those restaurants. Typically, you know, the big debate right now is is the economy slowing arch is are people going to start losing their jobs. You've seen some bouncing around jobless claims if that happens, and I think you want to be way more cautious on those types of name your point on technology. I mean, they're McDonald's isn't going to be the first, you know, restaurant to roll out technology. There's a lot of other restaurants who remain nameless. But they they have terrible terrible apps that I won't use. So. I I think Starbucks is a good one. I think McDonald's has I think that but you don't go to. There is amazing.
"regan" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"In college the nineteen year old he after he graduated he was trying to figure things out. And right now, he says he wants to be a contract lawyer. He wants to find loopholes contracts. Okay. We play board games. He always picks the most complicated game. And he just annihilates me. Sits there reading every rule. He's very honest. He will play within the rules. And then he's like I wanna play this to companies and businesses. I'm like, all right. Go for it. You gotta have to do some schooling for that though. Right. Yes. He's taking a class starting in January. Great heading in that direction. Good friend, good friend. What is his name? Christopher Chris Regan. What buddy Chris Regan? Chris Regan the writer. I I don't know if I've met him, but I know the name right guy after. After. Godfather. That's my boy. Yeah. He's a writer, but he wants to be a contract very. My daughter wants to be a she wants to rob liquor source. Wow. Yes. She hasn't done it yet. But she knows she time. She reads a lot of books about it. We're driving around. You can can you drive by liquor store practices? You know? Checking it out and see the security alarms on stuff like that. So, you know, could be big for her able could've you had as a father. You gotta support you got to support their dream. Absolutely. All right. We'll check in with Dave. How're you doing? Okay here. Dave you live in the Portland, Oregon, of course, the beard. That's a great point point. You know, it used to be the spokesman for them all up in Portland..
"regan" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"Jimmy, if you'd be so kind as to pass the square package to Matthew Belkin up. Talking to big game. We're expecting you to o'clock. So we were apologizes to the NF gang from Dera. Well, that seems like not the one you're supposed to me or maybe it is. It is okay. Okay. Hang on. This is a treat that was a recipe of my grandmothers, and I wanted to share it with the whole gang. These are spice pecans. Now, if you please open the rap present, and then come back to this letter afterwards cinnamon, it was I supposed to have been as you were reading that last sentence. I don't I don't know. That'd be a fast o n and do you think this is Darah or Dana? I can tell you. I don't give shit. Okay. Seems fair elections at that much. I could cover. Yeah. This very much feels like we're being manipulated by like a serial killer whose taunting. It's like now you open this. And then stakes who could no there's more stuff here to read. Open that package. Versi said. Yeah. Yeah. Yes. I know what to do Jimmy very clear Regan here for Christ's sake is ten minutes early. Yes. Is that on ever probably blamed day for that? Right. Regan's. They'll be wandering around Ventura. That's a pro though opprobrium early. Dave gets it Davison. You're right to maybe they thought later to sound soundcheck, maybe ten minutes before re funny. I don't know. What's gonna happen? Right. Maybe Gary Brightwell breads, another one that opens for you. Both great great both great more than happy to do whenever you need me. Your next book you for the next show. Well by now, it's probably in the past. Remember when you open for me? That was a fun week, buddy. That was a fun week to do it. I kinda love the idea of bringing in warm up guests. Thank him on. How many you know, what my next cone of the parents? Maybe I do that. And then or I pitch it, and they go. Yeah. We'll did this thirty years ago. Right. It could be that. That's fun EPA done anybody. Remember, I don't remember anybody doing that. Maybe you know, who would have done it. Steve Martin right doesn't. It seem like a Steve Martin sorta beg you to try these I explained Dave. Doesn't enjoy comedy wise. Tormentor comedian. He's you know, he sets up the lights make sure the..
"regan" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Brian Regan back in the man cave been doing stand up comedy for how many years? How many decades. I don't know thirty three or four decades. Yeah. Good for you. Any decades? When did you decide to become a comedian? I was in college. I, I took a speech class and I I used to try to make my speeches funny and one time I did. Okay. I got the class laughing, you know, twenty five kids in the class, and I got the teacher laughing who this woman sitting in the back howling and I'm like, I have never impressed a teacher with anything in my life. And I remember walking back to the dorm after that speech class and something had happened in my head, like I remember fix rug though. Well, I remember thinking I don't feel like this when I walked back from biology class. You know what I mean? Like like something got in me, whereas whatever that was I need, I need more of that, but what are you? Okay. What's your next move? Who do you tell where you go? I think I want to be a comedian. It's a weird thing, man, you know, I didn't really tell anybody. I mean, I told a couple of close, you know, go home until mom and dad. No, no, no, that they probably wouldn't be thrilled that, right. You're going to college. Yeah, no, that's that's a big call to mom and dad? No, I just kind of kept it to myself. I told some close friends and you know, but when you hear that laugh and there's nothing, there's no other sound like that. It feels like that to a comedian hearing that. Yeah, fritzy night. We were talking about. Byron fritzy doesn't hear that. So that's why we brought Brian onto explain what that. I may never know what. I heard you good set in Minneapolis yet at the Super Bowl. So have you played Caroline's? Of course. Okay. Yeah, Carolines many times in New York City, legendary club, but how? How many years into the business before you got to Caroline it? It took a while? Yeah. He was six weeks. Everything is all topsy turvy man. Right. So let me give the phone reduction. You can see Brian Regan around the country goes website. Brian Regan. It's r. e. g. a. n. dot com. And his comedy tour. He's also his role of Mugsy in the second season of louder milk, Tuesdays at ten eastern and Pacific on the audience network. So he's an actor and check out him his standup dates. You can go to his website for that as well. All right..
"regan" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"No names Lucy? Regan Lucy Regan. That's a kindergarten teacher here in town. Real sweet kid. Nobody would want her to girl like that. We're not sure it's the girl who was heard. Let's go find out. Back to town and went to Lucy Regan's house. She wasn't. There are landlady said she'd left at seven the night before and not returned fairly. Sure. Louis he'd been outlived Kim Bowman again cow from a nearby Rancho champion I went out to the ranch arriving. There about ten that morning. Bowman was with a group setting up new Fencepost about four miles in the ranch house, horses and started looking. Down at the bottom of this. What's all construction work over the next? County road. We've been waiting. You'll be glad when they get finished. This ranch just a corner. Why they're setting up new fence. You. Ranger nine like to talk to you. Russia. When I ask you some questions about Lucy Regan on a by the last night. Landlady says he hasn't been back to the house, and she left with you. Brought back myself. What time was this early? She said she had a headache. How do you mean? Five six times in the past few months. You always make some kind of excuse to get back. What's the matter? Didn't you to get along? All right. School. You brought her home. Did you take it up to the house? Not get out of the com. Said she didn't want me to come in. Grab had another date inside last time. I'm taking. Where'd you go after you took Lucy Noblesse bench even? Come back to the ramp to the lake. The near the lake. I asking all these questions Lucy might have been murdered..
"regan" Discussed on Earn Your Happy
"Because i know that when i get the opportunity to put epic women into a room i want magical things they're so that you guys can truly have the tools to create your own amazing transformation and experiences and you guys what happened there is nothing short of miraculous so if you're ready to create your transformation of your ready to step in if you're ready to have your tribe this is where you want to be and i hope that you join us and that i get to meet you and hug you and see were there so doublets project dot info welcome back to the show you guys thank you so much for being here it means the world's me in on today's episode we have regan hillier she is a serial entrepreneur and philanthropist mindset coach and a global speaker she's the founder of regan hillier international and that is a company dedicated to providing a personal development and business training two men and women who have a big message that they want to share with the world she said russia's in helping experts uncover their true message and launch powerful personnel brands she helps them make a big impact and build a legacy she's trained thousands of people helping him build multiple six and several sevenfigure businesses location free using powerful mindset changing tools and cutting edge business development strategies she's a certified master of and i'll pm a master of hypnosis time dynamic specialist any success strategist amongst completing many other certifications she's invested in excess of half a million dollars on her own personal development and business journey and takes pride in continuously learning and growing from key industry leaders and we talk so much about what she pulled from that half million dollar she's invested into herself we talk a lot about what mindset it takes to create the business and life that you love and also how she's been able to create a life where she can.
"regan" Discussed on WGTK
"I have the time all of those regan letters on the personal on political unreligious i it's it's really is humbling the the the values and the intelligence of so many of the people who write to me and of course i get my share of you should drop dead what was the wanted one god i wrote it was it was really it was a corker as they say he wrote he before i conducted on the orchestra a he wrote i hope they play off velayati or off too aww key though that's that i have very very important things to tell you i don't normally say that i hope i always do a very important things simple i police are rarely say you're listening to the dennis prager show no i have a lot of photos 'cause you know i love photography for photos from what i was a kid they're in on slides they're on 8millimeter film thereon negatives of their and pictures but i want him in my computer i want to be able to print them i want to be able to make them it's a beautiful photos you probably have a box of videotapes film reels of photos with watched and you should know their deteriorating so introducing legacy box a simple and affordable way to get your recorded moments digitally preserved on dvd or thumb drive simply load legacy box with your role tapes films lectures in audio recordings.
"regan" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Okay keep your eyes closed i want to show you my first ever painting all right okay over here is oh that's a colors and shape so beer on us what do you think well i i like how if he's rushed to gaiko you could save hundreds of dollars on car insurance oh yeah that's that's true yeah here why don't i hold your paintbrush while you call them geico because saving fifteen percent or more on car insurance is always a great answer he's a standup comedian and on a tober 17th brian will costar along with ron livingston we like ron peter fairly the tv series louder milk on the audience don't work so big tv star there november eleven brian regan makes his carnegie hall debut look at you doing big boy things there i'm going to be in the audience and carnegie hall you are yes yeah so you're not on stage on and on going to go there and see a show i don't i don't know who's gonna be that is not true he's got to net flicks stand up series specials this fall i have uh a deal for two one hour specials one of the movie coming out in november and the other one will be coming out in a couple of years all right i mentioned this a couple of times in glad that were got back to you but mike children when they were growing up younger turned me on to your comedy tapes cds i'm very honored and driving in the car when he tried to get kids to not fight each other and i just would like they would give this this laugh this guttural land like a belly laugh out loud where you're snorting and i just remember listening to those tapes and my kids go can we go see him who's going to be in stamford connecticut.
"regan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"I have to deal with is going after someone who has been hit me and i am now whenever you have one of the situation there will be very very careful about their evident and make sure they avoid the impact that they gave me and i peter one other immediate consequence of potential consequence how about that cooperating witnesses in this case they testified against on and conte in exchange for a in the key to guilty is that deal are those deals likely to be scuttled because of this decision well certainly a reasonable challenged now joe department court week pile the charges against down conte with a third of that the government with ink by the airport indictment government court regan because there appears now being knocked out if that is back apartment does of revile the charges i think there's a ribbon will cancel other cooperating with and a half their guilty plea ample and there's a real possibility that everyone related to wrap overegg live or manipulation might be able to escape any criminal prosecution people would be good so term the us has try to work with foreign jurisdictions in rooting out criminal behaviour dear why has that been difficult and how could this decision make it more difficult but difficult because you have different from another country and the real impact beer thank you joe arpaio i'm going.