18 Burst results for "Regicide"

"regicide" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:42 min | 8 months ago

"regicide" Discussed on KGO 810

"Conversation would say you're only as mature as the moment you became in regicide that's where you live the rest of your life to prove that you are correct this country was born during a period of regicide remember remember the fifth of November the gunpowder plot the men to murder the King James the first had failed that they kept addicts and they murdered his son after a trial for treason in sixteen for not quit it was wrong headed before they took his head but they kept that and during that same period our forefathers came to America to escape regicide this country is refuge from regicide no more an eighteen century Louis the sixteenth Louis the sixteenth sent money and arms and very good officers Russian bond to mereka to help the colonials push away the king and if we can do and they cut off his head so C. between adding off trials as had been kind of Lewis had America prospers but then we had our own regicide in eighteen sixty five you know the story I meant to kill Lincoln among many arrives in Washington and they kept at and they were successful we live with the turmoil of that moment today class and race and regionalism regicide it's a serious topic I understand too serious for a beautiful morning over the Potomac serious topic and now we come to impeachment the founders chiefly Hamilton and Madison wrote it in the federalist and we've kept abit this idea of an impeachment of the president three times it's happened once it would have happened impeachment is regicides we have frequent elections.

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The latest on the Trump impeachment inquiry

The Beat with Ari Melber

11:02 min | 1 year ago

The latest on the Trump impeachment inquiry

"We start with Donald Trump's impeachment crisis a stampede of damning facts gathered by the day I anti legal defense that appears increasingly erratic today trump was pressed on his stonewalling of Congress and his refusal to comply with those subpoenas in fact he suggested that probably ends up being a big Supreme Court case all right so at this point trump strategy it's pretty clear obstruct deflect confused and if all else fails hope the Supreme Court to which he appointed to justice of which he appointed come and save him even as new facts emerged today the full memo from the first whistle blower released with new details about the call and the New York Times pointing out with details about what went down inside the State Department as frustrations grew over trump blocking military aid for Ukraine now against that drumbeat trump supporters are pushing increasingly bizarre narratives one trump ally and former advisor appeared on a Fox News panel with Rudy Giuliani where he referred to Democrats probe as a regicide which if you don't know like I didn't know earlier today is actually the murder of a king. What you're seeing is regicide this is regicide a by another name fake impeachment I refused the call whistle blowers these two nonentities are suicide bombers that the Democrats have unleashed all right so you heard that regicide suicide bombers that is the language now coming from trump's camp remarkable contrast from how -servative used to talk about impeachment today a moment resurfacing from the congressman Mike Pence speaking in two thousand and eight about what the standard should be for impeaching a president this business of high crimes and misdemeanors goes to the question of of whether or not the person serving as president of the United States put their own interests their personal interests head of public service that's the vice president Mike Pence when he was a congressman back in the day Matt Miller chief DOJ spokesman during the Obama administration is with US Jason Johnson politics editor for the root dot com is also with us and the daily Beast Betsy would drifts one is as well great to have all of you with us let's lots to break down here Matt let me begin with you what do you make today of the president subtly invoking the Supreme Court and that this battle is likely to end up there you know I think they'd love for it to end up the Supreme Court because that means we wouldn't have any decision on whether the documents they're obstructing congressman tainting had to be turned over until sometime next year maybe even past the two thousand twenty election that's been their strategy all along not just with this investigation but with the previous investigations house launched deny the House they're entitled to make them go to court and drag it out because there's a lengthy appeals process. I think this one is different in that the house the House obviously would like to get the documents that they've subpoenaed but they're not they would like to get witness testimony but they're not gonNA wait for the administration to turn them over and they're not gonNA wait for the end of court battles they already have a whistle blower who came forward and supply them a lot of information I think there are you know they got one witness Kurt Volker who was willing to quit rather than stay inside the administration it'd be prohibited from testifying and I suspect what they'll do is push forward given that they already have enough evidence that the president pressured the Ukrainian government to to launch an investigation they already have evidence of quid pro quo and those Kurt Volker texts that were released they're obviously things that they would like to get their hands on for example more evidence about the withholding funds from Ukraine but I don't think they're gonNA wait for the courts they're going to go order because they have enough evidence and they'll probably get more as more witnesses come forward at despite the White House trying to block them so to that point Jason the White House as we mentioned refusing to cooperate with these demands realistically besides going the path of the courts is and that was just spelling out what options do the Democrats have beyond subpoenas anything well they're option is to just have a vote right they don't require this information and I'll be honest we can take the headline White House stymies Congress house refuses to hand over information we could run that same headline every three months since this administration began so it's I don't think for once the Democrats are not shocked and amazed at the eight houses lying or not providing information they can have this vote whenever they want here's the other key part about this every piece of information that they've asked for that this administration refuses to come forward with can be part of a complaint about obstruction of justice into an investigation of inappropriate behavior that the president has already admitted to so that is their option to take everything Donald Trump is doing now and make that a part of their case in a stronger case that for once according to the polls not only are people in favor of the impeachment inquiry but we have now moved we're Americans are actually recent poll so Americans are actually in favor of Donald Trump being removed from office in a vote and that's something that works Democrats favor and interesting and all of this today former Congressman Trey goudy now's going to serve as outside counsel for the trump team and it's amazing because if you go back to two thousand twelve here he is actually announcing Democrats for not cooperating with Congressional Oversight Watch this clip the notion that you can withhold mation documents from Congress no matter whether you're the party in power or not empower is wrong respect for the rule of law must mean something irrespective of the vicissitudes of political cycles so that means that you just on your screen there who made that huge appeal about nobody withhold power from Congress or excuse me withhold information from Congress's power to have oversight is now going to defend and justify the president withholding being information from Congress are those words betsy going to come back and haunt trey goudy no question and these political cycles have early gone through a heck of assist Tude as Gowdy my put it the fact that Republicans spent eight years of the Obama Administration laying out in the most asta robust and detailed way possible arguments that the executive branch has to comply with subpoenas an oversight requests from the from the legislative branch in something that's going to create challenges for all of them that said the White House is legal strategy faces a really complex difficulty because there's tension within the White House regarding how White House counsel Pat Simple Loni is approaching this particular issue simple only is treating it perhaps more as a legal fight than a political fight it seems the White House counsel's office people to an extent are still in molar mode thinking in terms of winning court fights rather than thing this has primarily a political undertaking we know that impeachment at its core is a political tool and for the most part of the president is outside allies view the biggest threat to him as a as impacting vote but simple owning is approaching it more from the legal side and that's generated a little bit of friction and the interesting thing again in this betsy that you got the GOP inviting Giuliani to testify Lindsey Graham Watson come up to the hill to talk about Ukraine Corruption Watch his latest appearance on Fox News I just drove through okay they required witnesses to face the witch and some witches were acquitted it's ridiculous the only place I can think of what we had trials like this is in the Soviet Union the remember the president used to call this a witch hunt this is now more than a witch hunt the which is headed better in other words they had more rights the witches had better what do you make of that I mean what's the risk your betsy for the gop to kind of have this narrative floating out there between the regicide the is it is not a king yet his defenders making reference to him being king others are calling this a coup now you got mayor Guiliani or former mayor Droopy Giuliani talking about which is for the duration of his time serving as president's personal outside counsel Giuliani over and over and over has said things publicly that have undermined the legal arguments he's trying to make in defense of the president who can forget the moment when he made the bombs dell admission about the president paying off porn star Stormy Daniels in the final weeks of the presidential campaign on Sean Hannity's Fox News Show Giuliani creates the most problems for his client when he's in a setting that he feels to be friendly and no one on Capitol Hill is going to make Giuliani feel more laxed than Lindsey Graham the Republican chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee who is incredibly close with trump who hangs out with him engulfs with all the time Giuliani sitting down in grams a committee room is perhaps the most perilous moment of the impeachment process for trump? Hey today the California Congressman Roque Hana telling Holly Jackson the Democrats need to move forward with the vote listen to this here's the reality we can't count on the White House we can't count on the course they want to delay this we need to move forward we need to look at what evidence we have make the best effort make the case and have a vote on the articles of impeachment what's the what's the play here you think Matt should they go ahead and actually hold hold a vote have a vote on impeachment knowing that the White House is going to stall this and if as you were saying this could delay in

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"regicide" Discussed on Open Floor

Open Floor

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"regicide" Discussed on Open Floor

"He clearly needs someone to put them onto a bigger platform to get him ready for sort of the gigantic super duper star of that has really alluded him in New Orleans, and I think LeBron has been a very willing and active mentor, obviously, playing and all the possible gray areas with the help of Rich Paul. And so, I think. You know, long story short, even if they don't get the third star. I think it's something that you should stick with your initial impulse of the excitement factor for these guys because that's going to be, you know what we're looking at here for the next twenty four months. It's going to be a very exciting show to me the biggest story in the league now that the warriors are dealing with all their injuries for next season. I kind of think that they're going to be center stage. It's going to be an awesome opportunity for Anthony Davis to really introduce himself to the world and show, everybody, especially casual fans what he can do. And he has an ideal guy to play setup form and somebody in LeBron who's completely invested in Davis success. Because maximizing, Anthony Davis is the only way LeBron gets to another title. And I think from that standpoint, look, the check is coming do. Right. They are going to be up a creek, five years from now. There's no doubt about it. But it doesn't surprise me at all the Lakers would be willing to take on that level of future danger to pull themselves out of this. That they've been in for the last six years. Yeah, well to that point. I wanna read this question from regicide, who says Anthony Davis is a generational talent. But he just doesn't have quote unquote it. I'm talking that it that Paul Pierce described, the raptors lacking a few years ago. How does a generational talent suite my blazers, and then not even make the playoffs next year? How does someone who has quote unquote it slack? The recorder of season with no injury. And I read that question Ben, because I read it Tuesday morning. And my face scrunched up as if I just smelled like an awful fart on an airplane. Like I don't understand how people really are out here, questioning Anthony Davis. He is so good. And so valuable on a good team and he's been stuck in New Orleans playing with a bunch of spare parts for the last seven or eight years. It's psychotic to me to think that like the Lakers, somehow buying fool's gold this week. And so I think to echo, what you just said like the reason it's a win because Anthony Davis is amazing. And I'm happy for him that he's going to be on a bigger platform in a better situation with a chance to really go show the whole league, how great he can be and I'm not going to side with regicide on this one, but I think I'm still of the opinion that Anthony Davis still has a decent amount to prove. In terms of his pure talent in, in terms of like the wide variety of things that he could do in a basketball game that so few other people could do. I mean, regardless of position, regardless of size, just the things that he could do. I mean it's dropping. And it has been now for six or seven years. We pretty much know who he is. Right. But what regicide is saying, look, Anthony Davis, hasn't it really gotten it done? I'm just going to keep going. That Anthony Davis. Has it made a huge Mark in the postseason? That's true. And Davis hasn't consistently carried a team to winning records year after year after year. That's true. Now there's obvious defenses for that. The pelicans have been one of the shakiest franchises in the over the last five six seven years, he's had some health issues that he does seem like he's worked through most of them he hasn't had a lot of help around him. And some of those questions, by the way are still going to be existing the Lakers are still pretty shaky freight Vogel's their coach. Did you remember that? Like some people probably have already forgotten that, that happened..

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"regicide" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"regicide" Discussed on KGO 810

"John. Johns hopkins. Join your conversation about the possibility that American civil war right now. The only fragment the US, but plunged the world into disorder. It's happened before. Ronald Reagan was a figure who arrived when America was in tatters in the seventies. And stop the bleeding, certainly arrested. What could have been a triumph for the Soviets, Afghanistan invasion here? We are near twenty twenty is is Donald Trump in a position to stop the bleeding. Can he find a way to recover from the fragmentation that was probably the progenitor of his election, Michael? Well, let let's say that he has a sense of the fragility of the situation in geopolitical terms, and he understands that this rupture within America isn't going away anytime soon under those circumstances. The most prudent thing to do would be to put a lid on emerging. Conflicts like the emerging conflict. We were engaged in with Russia before the twenty sixteen election and in in some ways with with rivals like China to to show a tougher face. So that you can negotiate with them while you're still in a position strength while at the same time building up your capabilities, and the president has done that he's shocked the NATO Member States into plus up their militaries by billions of dollars, and he's encouraged Japan, and we are working closely with the Japanese navy, for example to to show a strong United front in Asia. But at the same time, there seems to be enough of a sense of conciliation say in terms of our European. Nations and Russia a stable basic American situation in the Middle East a lessening of tensions which were kind of peeking we recently with North Korea. And and essentially withdrawing from one of the most corrosive conflicts in American history are long tortuous adventure. In afghanistan. Doing all of those things is is essential. Because the worst situation a great empire. Great state confined itself in is to be plunged into an extended protracted civil disorder and at the same time trying to hold onto imperial a commitment that are unsustainable. And which rivals and enemies are are desperately trying to to leverage and gobble up. And this is this is the great irony. Of course is the people who who form the blue. Faction are so desperately, you know, overwrought in their hatred of the president they're willing to essentially. Put the entire world order at risk in order to either get back at him or to overthrow reminding. Michael chillingly that regicide is much more successful than the other thing, which is balanced power. Regicide has been has been a a ceremony that we've watched for two thousand years regicide, attends revolutions and civil wars in which the stakes are essentially at a religious level of Florida's. That sounds similar to what we've got right now. We've got about a minute, Michael. But instead of coming down tonight. Alarming. Because we have in place all the products for collapse all of them it. It could get that way. The the only consolation is that Russia is in far worse. Then we think China is entering also with its economic slowdown. Instability. Yes, instability in China. So if if if a calm hand is exercise we should be able to get through this. What I'm concerned about though is that there may be poor decisions made weather in the US or in China or elsewhere that would you know, sort of lead us into a conflict, we can't escape and that that is that is the biggest downside of of the civil strife and disorder. That were experience. Michael Vallejo's who teaches at Johns Hopkins is there right now a civil war in America. We don't know. But boy, it looks like I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show. This is the John Batchelor show. Hi, I'm Lisa league nine years ago. I made the decision to focus.

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"regicide" Discussed on Raised by TV

Raised by TV

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"regicide" Discussed on Raised by TV

"Barbecue sauce? Hey, Gabe, red high lab Gez. How are you? Oh better. But that's only because yesterday was awful. I'm feeling better. Because our last episode we had to talk about something we hate it. And that we get to have fun. We have on somebody to talk about things. To tell you the premise guys in the TV studio with us the ear will studios, but we're calling. Yeah. Well, we just purchased scripts. We've gotten. Very inside podcast. Guys that voice. You heard is the one the only Jason and zoo. Good. Thank you so much for having me. To be here. Right in the raised on TV studio raised by t raised by today's on TV that studio next those guys are making money. Yeah. I can hear them all day. It's. I've already messed up the name of the show going. That's fine. That's fine. Just confirm with our producer. Josh how to pronounce your last name. Oh, that's fine. Because it's all about emphasis Jason guys. You are someone I know as who consumes all media is that possible do consume a lot of stuff, although I've been slowing down a little bit. But behind a little bit thinking about how did this get made? You guys have to watch shitty. Things a lot. We find ourselves watching things that suck. And then we're like pissed how do you deal with that? There's some there's some fan of how did this get made who I cannot remember what their name is. I feel bad. I'm not going to credit them. But they every year send us a breakdown of how much of our lives we've spent watching and talking about that. Did you like the math on this was this long? This episode was this and they put it all together. And it's now something approaching four months of our lives. Complete mum, and he's not even calculating the flights to and from the Wilbur. No, it's funny to think about like, we did a movie this past weekend. That was terrible called van Helsing. Oh, I saw that in a drive in it is really really bad in. It's two and a half hours long. A lot of times these bad movies are crazy long acts like really starts to fuck with my head in a way. I get I get sad. And I it starts to feel longer than it is. And I said he's out. Yeah. Is dominated by these terrible movies. I know last night. I literally my wife game home. And she was like, oh what's going on? You wanna hang out? I'm like, I gotta watch degrassi. It's. It's to watching all this shit with me. So he was pissed. Watch our and I would love to both of your relationships. That's why I'm single people are like I know what you have to do. No one. I am not fucking watching geo storm we. I'm not going to the theaters to see the Meg. I'm gonna paying sixteen seventy five to see the men all my dates, pay smart. That's for future. Ladies going on a day. With me every lady pays twenty eighteen sweet. Think they will. No. But you're also someone I know who's like read a lot of books. Listen to a lot of podcasts seen a lot of movies and TV shows where you always like this even as a youth were young. I think yeah. I think for me as a kid I did not have a ton of friends. Yes. What normal people call friends, I called like time to watch TV and movies. I was like you can relate total. Regicide would just turn on TV. It was just like like like like kind of sheltered kid. I watched a ton of TV and and movies and was obsessed with TV movies. And then eventually like bands and music. Those are the those are the things that really I never I could never correct sports. There were things that I could never get into. But the minute it was like, movies and bands and stuff like that..

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"regicide" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"regicide" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"When the second on the bounce behind a salmon run on double all of a sudden pulley regicide or up to fourteen. Yes. Salomon run dump born again, inspired. Various I by yet. Lynn storm down the flying a fine. American pullback to serve the Venezuelan who double thanks to a thumping. Don't of a header boomers drag themselves back into it in that alone. Green then managed to Mississippi. So back to back defeats for bomber and back about winds for Newcastle. Wilco Matt Davey. Okay. How does one West Ham won the terrier stay nineteen after a seventy minute goal from the band? Canceled out Alex, crickets, six minute long range roller. These these points. We didn't expect to see how to get. Yeah. And I think the home funds said it was a goalie didn't expect either the first one they've seen by ahead. This field player on the home turf. For seven hundred twenty six long minutes. I'll purchase again, David another unexpected result card of city to Brighton. One roach. Ben, uncle broilers figuratively and occasionally literally city win behind a ninetieth minute soul. Bamba when Neil Warnock side now on eight points with Crystal Palace and Southampton but still in the relegation zone on goal difference. I love Neil Warnock's comments post game after his team posted their second wind. He told the interviewer the chairman's going to be looking for your now to it's the interviewer ost with you to which wore not replied, no.

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"regicide" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

11:42 min | 2 years ago

"regicide" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Buffalo. Sabres radio network. Korea. No, he is here we go. Buffalo shorthanded. Remaining in the penalty. Michael flames trying to work it out of their own NGO is chased back into the corner cleared it around on the other side. By linda. Gets it to draw the Lindahl macoutes through center and comes in over the buffalo line doesn't get the shot away stand. Della slows them down. Goes. Yeah. It's kept in there by Calgary. That's squeezed around on the quantity, Lindo fiery back in the other direction up back the net. Lindholm again looking man hangs onto the puck twenty seconds left in the penalty day right beside the net book back in along the boards again. I work at the end of the corner Calgary trying to set up the shots stolen away. Fire down the ice and metal just about do it for penalty. Also sabres the chance to make a full scale line change now steps back out there. Thanked up on the wing and around behind the buffalo leftback. There by Hutton battle for it in the corner. Sabres icicles gets it away and around the bowl you chips and high in the air that went to center ice. It's taken back by Haneffant. Fun guy together head brought in over the line. But Bennett Bennett tried to drop it in front of the net that sell their long enough for a face. Racers brought to you by J workers compensation and personal injury attorneys working hard for hardworking western New Yorker Caucasus coach Steve Smith between not real happy with this way. His team is said we're not playing physical enough. We're not moving the puck enough or quick enough. When we do the biggest problem is we're watching the game. We're not playing it. I thought they were doing okay. Back then appointed comes broken stick lying on the ice. Log shop a skate and tip just wide of the buffalo. Dan, they took it back into the corner. So battling forward behind the net. He knocked at free, but the flames get it back again to the blue light. Down low jammed in behind the net took a hit and taken away and buffalo will recover now. And give it a true center down the ice. Backhand pass passes stolen away by Calgary again and brought to center then flipped on into the corner. Putting comes out to jam it around the glass got out. Calgary keeping it in there. Around behind the goal tossed in the other direction by Neil. Back into the corner. Again, regicide Hutton tried to go out after he got hit. And he lost his hat. And a collision. Immediately is does that happens across the official blows the whistle. Yeah. Careful here in this third. Very they can't play the whole period down low rate here. Doreen folks the puck away. Bucks gonna come to the front. Hathaway's the guy that's gonna go driving for the FOX right over top hunt knocked the Taliban. Gotta be careful here playing with fire a little bit. Did you think you can get all through this and not give up? Good scoring opportunities for the guys are playing on the offense start making that task getting out of your dole. Get some way down the ice tried to reverse the role to start working down low. The offensive zone. And his Marty said get the box on this goaltender. In the air that goes all the way down to the Calgary end. But buffalo winning the race. There's no way cygnus gilson's got their first back to the point launch shot just wide rows. Out on the wall. Give back behind the goal. It goes on the corner. Bergelin service body hidden there to try and knock it free and battles more affordable on the boards keeping it in momentarily. But now fired ahead back comes away the center ice finally steered in over the sabres line, but take it back again and gun behind the net. Ville around on the board. The shot rang shoving match going on in front of the net. Dollar after. Tumbled over again. Wow. I think at this point maybe the sabers should start giving their goaltender a little support here because he's done everything in his power. Keep the puck over the net tonight, and he's taking a beating. Well, he's doing. See everybody coming through that to come through to the net. Gets the shot charter hut. Mix the save and the defense for the Buffalo Sabres just a little bit a little bit nervous anticipating and not getting the pocket. The right time. Trying to do a little too much to slow the pace down. Just watch. What's going on? You got your man card is gonna make that first safe. And you do your job is clear in the park after their coverage. Behind the net. Del picked up and gunned around on the boards up to Senator picked up by a bozo. Oppo sends it in deep. He'll chase after it. Giordano getting good. I he got nailed by a postal but came out in front of the net. So get knocked it down didn't know where it was up also races after it again, the quoted Thompson. Get out in front picked off and brought away to center by the flames. In over the line comes Brody Brody goes why he takes a hit from us, and it's cranked around on the board. So the other side Calgary trying to keep it if they do it's hooked back in behind the buffalo goal. Make a save again. Long-shot went up leg before it got there. And this time it does end up at center ice. Putting on the pressure? Once again brought back in by Giordano took a hit from oppose. Oh, darlene. Bothered in the corner. Sherry tried to dig it free. Sherry goes after it again. Record away at within Lindholm. Now, it's kicked around on the board Sherry reaches for it. Can't get out of there. Still lacking added along the boards pilot in the north broke it up, but not owed another shot goes wide of the buffalo debt cleared back into the corner. Again, just around on the wall, but in trying to reach for it that slides to the boards held in their by Calgary. The flames are giving it to buffalo del possession. And finally, it's tipped on to center ice and the sabers tied back with a cross ice pass that goes to middle Stati fan shut after it. Again, he controlled it to knock it into the corner for Ryan hearts. Behind the net and picked up by Hannaford Hannifin. Got it on the Senate sabres. Steely get back away comes buffalo again over the lie. Tried to get free in the corner was middle stat. He got knocked off the puck. He heads to the bench, and it's picked up and fired. All the way down the you said they sit here against the Calgary. Flames. Route. There's one way Mr. Steve Smith right there just seeing the coach for the Buffalo Sabres. He should know exactly. What the coaches speaking for the other teams because he worked with Bill Peters in Carolina. And they do partners coaching the Carolina Hurricanes. So all the little Bill Peters. Go Steve fish should know who is advantage here. Lateness game. The way here. A little too early. Dropping of the puck. And that means that Skinner is going to be waived Eichel will come in. Slides in front of the net claims getting it back kept around doors, a Chuck to the blue line, not a hook. I that that'll bouts to center ice taken back again by common. Ville tapped into the corner. I call hustling in after it. Kicks out of the law boards. Palm Advil comes over to try and spirit free knocked free. But it came off a leg and Calgary clearing it up on the wing to center ice to Chuck Chuck got the Neil Back to haven took his shot in the play. It goes. These three young men in the crowd here tonight. Take a look at. Are all part of the old three AM Hirsch. Hurt minor triple eighteen, and if they don't get their act together, we're going to have problems. Because I'm one of the helping coaches. Put an awful lot of pressure on us. For bring him here tonight to try to learn how to play the game. Fuck is along the boards is picked up by the savers dumped ahead, but not out Calgary keeping it in again. Now, it comes out the center ice and try to chase after it. Whereas you get bumped up the play. Goes on to Senator picked up by Monaghan guides. It across is brought through the buffalo line and over the leg. Drove going after it taken away. Backdrop the boards to center ice to forgive goods. Agree getting it back again Lindholm. He fires through the middle. That's brought in Monaghan. Got it in front in widened goes to the corner. Another wacko is kept in by the flames back at the point comes to Brody with a shot that one just Mr Hariri in the corner recovered by buffalo and knocked away the center, and then fired in over the line by Goodson that signals a change for both teams brought down the ice again ruled out into the corridor shift around on the boards Nado pack back along the boards. Once again, flip free Thompson trying to get away at Senator got it up by for so Boca. British goaltender scoots around behind the net. Got it up on the wing, and that'll go all the way down the east. But it deflected noisy back as the golden sending it through the middle in a way goes again. So look over the line tried to work at the top Sydney. Walkout it failed to connect. Now cleared around. Almoner? It's gonna be a penalty here. The referee is willing to whistle. Ten times. Well, once will suffice in order to call the referee call the penalty and indeed that shell happened now with twelve thirty eight. The third one nothing. Buffalo lee. Radio network. Brought to you by the balls view casino resort. Niagara Falls heroin makes promises..

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"regicide" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"regicide" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"To review film here to show off their highlights but the defensive coordinator thirty happy we got two defensive touchdowns one by each team. Interception return for a touchdown earlier in the second quarter by Anthony Roberson four Palmer ridge. And then Andy Smith at fifty five yard fumble recovery. Took it to the house. Both teams now have one turnover. We talked about Palmer ridge coming into tonight's game. They had to take care of the ball. Ty. Evans eight interceptions entering tonight's contest. And he just basically had ripped right from his arms. That is a strip now strip sack because Evans was downfield running. But certainly a strip that von Miller would be proud of. As Smith just ripped it out of the arms of Evans and ran it back for a touchdown. So now, what are they marking off something? Apparently there was a penalty marriage. Yeah. So now homesteads going to get a kick it from the Palmer ridge forty five if he doesn't get it out of the back of the end zone, then might be a little bit of trouble here. This one is I think if you're if you're Pueblo south, you just try to do a little pooch puck, maybe let it hit the grass somewhere nights the free ball. Otherwise, he's got forty five yards. A kick it into the end zone. And there will do exactly that almost an onside kick. It is recovered though, it was caught in the air by Paul marriage. So not great execution, but Palmer ridge able to recover it. So they'll take over first and ten we didn't see any penalty called had to have been something that happened after the play was over to tack on so much so many yards, right? Yeah. After the PAT I didn't see any laundry on the field Ryan. But there was something that push the kickoff return all the way, basically onto Paula regicide. Talking about like. Swayne? Yeah. Rich, Paul ridge. Now. Seventy five yards to hit pay dirt. So bears moving left to right. Ty. Evans will once again be in the shotgun. He has a running back on his left hip. Takes a snap hill handed to them and the runner doesn't get much around the left side as let's see ten colds players. There was one that was in the defensive backfield the quarterback to state over on his field. The rest of the colts defenseless on that play. So four and a half minutes to go in the second quarter were back tied up at fourteen a pick six by Anthony Roberson in a strip and a TD for Andy Smith has this thing tied back up again on second down to be a hand off. And again Rafe rule without any room to run you'll get around the right side and gets up to the twenty five so bring up a manageable third down. But a third down. Nonetheless. Rules.

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"regicide" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"regicide" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"We're looking at right now. Which is turmoil in the land of the free these last days to site just two instances regicide, it looks like the twenty fifth amendment talked about all week long following the mention of the twenty fifth amendment in an anonymous op Ed written by what the New York Times. I'll bet editor tells us as a senior official in the Trump administration the twenty fifth amendment to review was created in the nineteen sixties in response to the illness of Eisenhower and the assassination of Kennedy under the under with the understanding that what if the president is not deceased, but can no longer carry out his or her duties, what do we do with the twenty fifth amendment requires the cabinet to vote and the vice president to sign a document to call congress and devote by states to remove a living president who was judged not capable or unfit. And there are protocols attached to that. I don't I don't go into all of them. But right now, the twenty-fifth was talked about all week as if it was imminent because of this letters mention of the twenty fifth in the times this doesn't come out of nowhere. It comes after the drumbeat saying that Donald Trump is incapable of conducting the office to which he was elected by more than sixty million Americans just two years ago. And those Americans are enjoying the fruits of the Trump administration's successes in the first two years, but Michael a very good evening to you. We are in the midst of regicide one instance is the anonymous letter two instances, the talk of the twenty fifth not just in that letter, but on cable television, ever since and mentioned in the newspapers is this in a civil war. A phase that we can recognize where are we in removing the king by force?.

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"regicide" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

07:40 min | 2 years ago

"regicide" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"And I enjoy taking pieces of history and putting together in. Attempting to interpret, the clutter of the current events around us in this instance it has to do with, what Michael and I have dubbed the new American civil war which Victor Hanson of the Hoover Institution in these last hours has told me is already underway and I'm accepting that it's. Already underway and I'm looking to Rome for what that means the striking fact. Is that it's possible that means we're permanently in civil war there will be no resolution as there was, in, the eighteen sixties or even after the new deal revolution remade understanding of the power of the federal government in the nineteen thirties and forties having to do with a conflict. Overseas that was a complication of the failure of European government but right now we're. Speaking to the future twenty first twenty second twenty third century that's how long. Civil war can go on because that's what happened in Rome Michael regicide It drove the Roman civil war not just. The first one, with Caesar and Pompey and Crassus but also the one that followed September severance you've named, his son one son murdered the other one but that there was never going to be stability after that there were off times governors of major provinces Britain for example or Panonia or. Syria who would lay claim and challenged roam the senators themselves were always being. Sent to govern one particular province or another and then propose themselves as all powerful because they contain can, control, the legions in their province so regicide drives civil war and we're now watching on television on two particular cables but really all three cables discussed the topic and the front. Pages of the New York Times and the Washington Post two of our major newspapers. The removing of Donald Trump four and then fill in the blank that is. A rolling Form of regicide that in the Roman example Michael. Did not lead to stability it led to, the, opposite to, a kind of anarchy, where no one believed that we could. Elect someone to to bring us together where everyone shows their own kings is, that inevitable Michael are we inevitably in that pathway now regicide really is the outcome that makes. Legitimate a system that has, come apart in other words regicide is the act but. The act is preceded by a rejection of the legitimacy of up the ruling party and it's you know selected region right the emperor and what's, happened today over the course, of time I think really since the two thousand election but But, sort of culminating with twenty sixteen election is, that Both parties are at a point and of course right now the dominant driving. Force in terms of unseating the emperor is is blue but the fact is that. Both parties cannot accept the other party being in power and what is important about American history is that there has always been an acceptance of of a new force in American politics where one party surges into power. And unseats the other and creates a new party system and we've had six so far and even the collapse of the party system and the coming apart of the US from the civil war led to, a medical in after the war in eighteen seventy six A re-acceptance of this and what what you have now is a A. Determination to make is the central driving. Element of your, political agenda the overthrow of whoever is in power and of course what that means is that neither side can present somebody. Who can be, considered by all as the emperor has the president and you know you can see this in Rome in the sense that In its heyday the, emperor of the new emperor in Rome would always be acclaimed ritually by. The Roman Senate and the Roman people. That was necessary, to legitimate the fact that he was accepted by all the major elements in the Roman polity and that is no longer. The case in, the United States and so even though that's a symbolic Situation it is actually quite worrisome because, what it means is that there is no path forward to a unifying figure that either side can only present a leader an emperor who is unacceptable to the other side and that is exactly what happened to Rome and it, is unique and new I would argue in the American experience. And even though it hasn't led yet To a violent contest or confrontation The fact that this is the state of American political consciousness means that were very likely to get to two or some sort of terrible reckoning? In the years. Ahead is it I'm not, gonna I'm not gonna be anything but a negative here is it because, we're already plunged into this Michael and we. Doesn't have a name right now is that why we. Are so so, comfortable with it now the words I don't hear a lot of. Resistance to this or a reluctance I don't hear voices. On television or. In the newspapers looking for piece I hear contests being thrown up by very articulate people Using language that is irretrievable, it's it's violent language well we're we're not. Talking about twentieth century civil wars like Germany and Spain. Or Columbia or, Mexico but but I have to raise the specter of these earlier. Civil wars and revolutions by saying one of the features. That precedes the. Outbreak of civil war is the embrace of the drama Right Exciting sort of peak, life trauma of of a plunging in to violent confrontation and using using the language of of Go on YouTube. And look, at, violent clashes between and pizza. And the alright. You would see an almost a joyous, embraced up battle all right we'll we'll, return to this idea I, don't wanna I don't wanna get too negative here although we're on the edge of it Michael blouse of, Johns Hopkins looking simply at Rome is a model would spin done before I'm John Batchelor.

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"regicide" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:39 min | 2 years ago

"regicide" Discussed on KGO 810

"Hopkins we're discussing a theoretical Michael and I enjoy taking pieces of history and putting together in attempting. To interpret the, clutter of the current events around us in this instance it has to do with what, Michael and I have dubbed the new American civil war which Victor Hanson of the Hoover Institution in these last hours is told me is already underway and I'm accepting that it's already. Underway and I'm looking to Rome for. What that means the striking fact is. That it's possible it means we're permanently in civil war there will be no resolution as there was in, the, eighteen sixties or even after the new deal revolution remade understanding of the power of the federal government in the nineteen thirties and forties having to do with a conflict overseas. That was a complication of the failure of European government but right now we're speaking. To the future twenty first twenty second twenty third century that's how long civil. War can go on because that's what happened in Rome Michael regicide it drove the Roman civil war not. Just the first, one with Caesar and Pompey and Crassus but also the one that followed September severance you've, named his son one son murdered the other one but that there was never going to be stability after that there were off times governors of major provinces Britain for example or Panonia. Or Syria who would lay claim and. Challenged roam the senators themselves were always. Being sent to govern one particular province or another and then propose themselves as all powerful because they can, take, can control the legions in their province so regicide drives civil war and we're now watching on television on two particular cables but really all three cables discussed the topic and. The front pages of the New York Times and the Washington Post two of our. Major newspapers the removing of Donald Trump four and then fill in the blank That is a, rolling form of regicide that in the Roman example Michael did. Not lead to stability it led to the, opposite, to a, kind of anarchy where, no one believed that we could elect. Someone to to bring us together where everyone chose their own kings is that, inevitable Michael are we inevitably in that pathway now regicide Billy is the outcome that makes legitimate a. System that has come apart, in other words regicide is the act but the act. Is preceded by a rejection of the legitimacy of of the ruling party and it's you know selected region right the emperor and what's happened today, over the course of time, I think really since the two thousand Thousand election but but sort of culminating with twenty sixteen, election is that both parties are. At a point and of course right now the dominant driving force in terms of unseating the emperor is is blue but the fact is that both parties cannot accept the other party. Being, in power and what is important? About American history is that there has always been an acceptance of of a new. Force in American, politics where one party, surges into power and unseats the other and creates a new party system and we've had. Six so, far and, even the, collapse? Of the party system and the coming apart of the US, in the civil war led to a Resisting that occurred in after the war in eighteen seventy six and a reacceptance of this and what what you have now is a A determination to make is the central Thriving element of your political agenda. The overthrow of, whoever is in power and of course what that means is that neither side can present somebody who can be considered by. All as the, emperor has the president and you know you can see this in Rome, in the, sense that in its heyday the emperor the new emperor in Rome would always be acclaimed ritually by the Roman Senate and the Roman people that was necessary to legitimate the fact that he was accepted by all, the major elements in the Roman politics and that is no. Longer the case in the United States and, so even though that's a. Symbolic situation it is actually quite well Worrisome because what it means is that there is no path forward to a unifying figure that either side can only present a leader an emperor who is unacceptable to the other side and that is exactly, what happened to Rome and it is unique in new I. Would argue in the American experience and even, though it hasn't led yet To a violent contest or confrontation The fact that this is the state of American political consciousness means that were very likely to get to two months or some sort of terrible reckoning? In the years. Ahead is it I'm not gonna, I'm not going to be anything but a negative here is it because we're already plunged into this Michael and? Doesn't have a name right now is that why we are so. Calm a so, comfortable with it now the words I don't hear a lot of. Resistance to this or a reluctance I don't hear voices. On television or. In the newspapers looking for piece I hear contests being thrown up by very articulate people Using language that is a retrievable it's it's violent language well we're? Not talking about twentieth century civil wars like Germany and Spain or. Columbia or Mexico, but but I have to raise the specter of these earlier civil. Wars and revolutions by saying one of the features that. Precedes the outbreak. Of civil war is the embrace of the drama right Exciting sort of pink life, trauma of, of a plunging in, to a violent confrontation, and using using the language of of go on YouTube and look at violent clashes between an, pizza and the all right you would see an almost joyous embraced of battle all right we'll let We'll return to this idea I don't want to get to here while though we're on the edge of it Michael Vlahos Johns Hopkins looking..

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"regicide" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"regicide" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Mall w. m.. A. l. Johns Hopkins we're discussing a theoretical Michael and I enjoy taking pieces. Of history and, putting together in attempting to interpret the clutter of the current events around us in this, instance it has to do with what Michael and I have dubbed the new American civil war which Victor Hanson of the Hoover Institution in these last hours is told me is already underway and I'm accepting that it's already underway. And I'm looking to Rome for what. That means the this striking fact is that it's possible it means we're permanently in civil war there will, be, no resolution as there was in the eighteen sixties or even after the new deal revolution remade understanding of the power of the federal government in the nineteen thirties and forties. Having to do with a conflict overseas that was a complication of the failure of. European government but right now we're speaking to the future twenty first twenty second. Twenty third century that's how long. Civil war can go, on. Because that's what happened in Rome Michael regicide it drove The Roman civil war not just. The first one, with Caesar and Pompey and Crassus but also the one that followed September severance you've named, his son one son murdered the other one but there was never going to be stability after that there were off times governors of major provinces Britain for example or Panonia or Syria who would lay claim and challenge roam the. Senators themselves were always being sent to. Govern one particular province or another and then proposed themselves as all powerful because they can take can control, the, legions in their province so regicide drive civil war and we're now watching on television on two particular cables but really all three cables discussed the topic and the front pages. Of the New York Times and the Washington Post two of our major newspapers the. Removing of Donald Trump four and then fill in the blank that is a. Rolling form. Of regicide That in the Roman example Michael. Did not lead to stability it led to, the, opposite to, a kind of anarchy, where no one believed that we could. Elect someone to to bring us together where everyone shows their own kings is, that inevitable Michael are we inevitably.

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"regicide" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"regicide" Discussed on KTRH

"And the i also think about set points on book about that next and people have set points for happiness that he got the question by set point for like we we have a mother hewlett our brains it has been a cold demise and i talk about the book a lot and how do your brain flooded by this little school the bliss molecule it ducks with the same receptors anyone synapses as thc the main ingredient in marijuana so you literally if you if you do these things you start to feel these ways of bliss in your brain this brain we have to have this brain and he starts at signed good and people you find happiness in your life you find humans rations and suddenly that becomes your mindset and then that becomes a reality around us well east of the rockies dan's in dalton georgia welcome to the program daniel go ahead that's the church have you ever heard of the christian science church teachings of mind over matter i had that yes are you familiar with the founder mayor mary becker yes okay can you talk about what's your opinion on us and how does that differ from and i actually thought he was the phrase mind over matter in the book because the title is mind to matter and the mind over matter to me implies you're trying to control things whereas in the book mein to matter i talk more about surrendering surrendering to the the great cosmic consciousness and then aligning yourself with that and then being part of that there's a whole new regicide school emergency and it is the science of how that that that that describes how birds in some experiments they observed four million starlings in a flock all all flying in perfect synchrony how do they do that schools a fish living the seasons there's such a nature that just just is coordinated in the suicides of emergence and this is an emergent phenomenon that actually affects the world around us as well and so the book rather than saying mind over matter i'm saying mine to matter and as you become an ally and up on that's huge emergency cycle of consciousness.

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"regicide" Discussed on Slate Money

Slate Money

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"regicide" Discussed on Slate Money

"Getting the furniture getting the coffee getting the big getting the lighting that the hard part about what managers have to daily basis i there are other companies like regicide believe that does a very similar to we work that is really just don't do it in kuwait and that's the key branding we work as all about the branding they've said oh we're this like hip co working community and it's just turn key and you can set it and forget it like it's very attractive to a lot of people and it's it's a company that essentially all they do really is rent off space and they are valued like company yeah i mean it's it's it's a magnificent con in some ways visit everybody that real estate is some house exit they what they haven't done is by office space rent out what they do is they rent office space out and they try and make money on like the margin between how much renting it for and how much they're paying and how much they're charging which in theory works but you know it hasn't been tested in downtown and they have a bunch of super interesting financial engineering which we are about to talk about because up you know like most fos growing startups they basically funded themselves historically with equity and the people who bore shows equity in we kept under your will for themselves as a general but now they're funding themselves with debt yet and that's really fascinating because losing an astonishing amount of money they lost a billion dollars last year on revenue hof that every dollar they take in they spend two dollars burning through cash and what's important here if you're creditor is that they essentially have long term liabilities and now adding to this whether you're talking about your and niagara talking about a seven year bond and their funding this with short term.

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"regicide" Discussed on Your Mom's House

Your Mom's House

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"regicide" Discussed on Your Mom's House

"Just like whatever if you had a ten song album just be whatever ten pieces of shit i kind of we should try to make a scott album i so till great idea make do with these two mice put it you can make a lot of money a lot of money scott the album maybe we get open for you yeah you to scouted open every fucking show you to also down with kid rock and say i go i know i know openers can't have openers but i gotta get these guys at least get for a minute for me how how quickly before we got a kid get hit with for sure it would kinda it would start like the people be like and then once it hit maybe like minute i guess what you know bow with dubose kind of a scat a little bang bang but it probably breaks the rules by being the same thing ever gets a monk's music actual right in there right but he always thinks he's doesn't he doesn't just go sometimes go stop his crowd on him turn on him if he was just the cool thing get ready for a toured the main my main thing everyone has to get their voice ready or whatever it is my main thing is learning the fucking lyrics takes me forever so scatting would be probably probably do scat every once in a while learning your own lyrics fucking hard because because of the way i write is like you know because people have you know my my man has to sing harmony with me so if i if i single wrong line they got the wrong line so it's like there's some there's a song called fuck you off my mind regicide.

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"regicide" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"regicide" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Yeah that i he used houston writing he was taken the high road whom awesome that's the day had to play golf army for real i know today pro avid out there he getting buckets in in shooting his birdies and bogeys two probably but komo bre now that day the golf course will be there than ceremony i'm one time um once you know what it is yes thinks yeah you know what i mean i who knows who knows what the backstory as i mean we can gas we can speculate but you'd wanna have you guys are the guys it helped you do that in the guys that are part of that on a press regicide waved the re it at like your you're was one of the three and the other guy was one of the three harari her stuff let's stuff i i want to go back to what we're talking about with the bronwer portwood paul gis said right there that lebrun look like he was having fun again the guys would listen in when it get into that a little because they look like i mean there was look again exercises the took place when they when they did that trade will do that next more cells in foreign them espn all i so paul pierce said very very he looked like uh it looked to him likely braun had gotten his merger back um it it's stupid in like you're saying it it's cliche but that doesn't mean it's not true if you show to work and you're fired up to be around guys you're going to be better you're gonna you're going to have that bounce you can have all of these things and there at team with i t t with some of those other guys it looked like everybody had the stomach flu their own life i hate you know i feel i've got a feller you hey everybody all roses though delighted his kit skipped saab look at me and just bringing you some you just get out of yet on what you're and everybody was looking at each other like that they take the trade.

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"regicide" Discussed on Reality Check

Reality Check

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"regicide" Discussed on Reality Check

"Is on my two 'cause i believe that she was na the way wasn't a rain it was her with lunch bazaar regicide own rolls royce killed solid flag day like american you imagine me hitting a rolls royce and i might look what can i do because of the we will need to get insurance volved that's gonna be expensive but look she got to do as he has to do and a lot of people on social media was saying leg you have all of this money lack of you are not heard then don't follow repore lie give the person of break but she did she was like in the ambulance for like an hour so but she never went to the er i don't think bub here how do you feel about that league because she has a little meat have more money than the personalink i mean even me like someone accidentally hit me before allocating out a red light and they hit me and literally i felt there and i doubt out and i'm like did you just hit my car and those like this girl she was like my eighth she's said i am so sorry and on leg i was kind of irritated but i wasn't her there was nothing wrong with my karnam leg announced like okay this laguiller loyd's all kind of like a view of your car is undamaged and you're not hurt then let it go like it's not worth all the paperwork to me for fish is not like dealing with insurance all that stuff 'cause i absolutely hit a car to and dana album cells are known it was that i really it was an honest mistake like i mike i just didn't have my foot although on bargain those whose like if it's an honest mistake but let me tell you in january this move fokker rove out.

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"regicide" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"regicide" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"The president in it in which is maybe survivable but very very difficult and equal leaving him no room for error there as the quote ralph waldo emerson when strike at a king you must kelli john does the democrats want to wound or do they want to remove to a regicide working want to do donald trump enters the remember what image in which he cannot have any proper american people and of course they don't want to get rid of him the base wants to get rid of the democrat liberal overpaid crazy to talk about impeachment you'll just get worse okay so in the meantime the democrats will look your screen left your people are people coalition screen or albany reward to the republican of general mixture of your car can brand the republican power thaddeus your measure is this regicide or is this cable news gangs now i think the democratic base thoroughly dislikes president trump for healthy too and i think that i think that mr fund is spot on and in dayton spent spot on it's great to have the base want to a take him out and it's the leadership would love to have that the situation turned that anger in that animus and just drive it right into wooden midterm election were they captured one of the chambers and totally stop the trump agenda and in a legislator branch david drucker cnn the washington examiner john fund of the national review online live in london thaddeus mccotter wjr the great voice of the great lakes and tried on john bachelor.

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