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White House to release new guidelines after Khashoggi intel report
"Covert deaths, a new declassified version of the U. S Intelligence report concluding that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Solomon often referred to his NBS approved of the 2018 killing of journalists, Jamal Kashiwagi, the officials saying that the report by the office of the Director of National Intelligence, Deanna In coordination with the CIA, concluding that the crown prince approved in likely erred erred, ordered the murder of Kashiwagi, who's washing post column had criticized the crown Prince CNN, NBC and Reuters are among those news organizations reporting that the group which had assassinated and dismembered this Saudi dissident, then flew to Istanbul on private jets owned by a company previously seized by the Middle Eastern kingdoms, Controversial MBS. But at the White House today, this question to press secretary Jen Psaki said. When they Talk that the president won't hold back. Will he be following up this talk with actions are sanctions on the table. E think there are a range of actions that are on the table. But the first step is the next step. I should say it's for the president to speak with the king. We expect that to happen very soon. As you know, we've committed to the release of an unclassified report that would come out from Deanna and not from the White House on. Of course, our administration is focused on recalibrating the relationship as we've talked about in here previously, and certainly there are areas where we will express concerns on and leave open the option of accountability. There also areas where we will continue to work with Saudi Arabia. Given the threats they face in the region. Well, hold up to the phone call. Is the king avoiding your calls? I don't think that's the characterization. The president has a busy schedule. The king. Obviously, I can't speak to his schedule. I'm not his spokesperson, but we expect the call to happen very soon. I think there was an inaccurate reporting about being confirmed when it wasn't a confirmed call. Yet if you have made clear that the president's gonna be speaking with his counterpart with it came with the Crown prince. But given the Crown princess role in the future of the kingdom, and that he is expected to be implicated here, why not speak to the person I expect to be responsible? Well, I think the president's conversation will cover a range of topics with the king. There's obviously A lot to discuss with Saudi Arabian with the leaders of Saudi Arabia, And as I noted, a previously noted the conferences have been engaged with his appropriate counterparts. The president will be engaged with his appropriate counterparts, and we're engaged at many levels with leaders in Saudi Arabia. So will the conferences counterparts here, But often he's teaching him about this issue that he spoke with him last week. They did a readout. I don't think I have anything more about their call from today's White House briefing. We should Point out during a September 2019 interview with CBS is Norah O'Donnell for 60 Minutes. Piece, the Saudi Crown prince denying any knowledge of Jamal cash. Augie's death his answers through a translator. The world wants the answer to this question. How did you not know about this operation about that? Some think that I should know what three million people working for the Saudi government do daily. It's impossible that the three million would send their daily reports to the leader or the second highest person in the Saudi government. Two of your closest advisors, who are accused of orchestrating this plot were fired by the king removed. From your inner circle. The question is, How could you not know if this was carried out by people who are close to you? The only doctors today the investigations are being carried out and once charges are proven against someone, regardless of their rank, it will be taken to court. No exception made. I've read what the Saudi prosecutor has said about those that are charged in this murder. And it's gruesome the details when you heard that people close to you and in your government carried out such a grisly murder, and that the American government thinks that you ordered it. What did you think I could be the godmother of Lord Coffee, Mother, Cutie. I believe what you mentioned is not correct. There isn't an official statement announced by the American government in this rig. Heart. There isn't clear information or evidence that someone close to me did something to that effect their charges and they're being investigated. But again, you cannot imagine the pain that we suffered, especially as the Saudi government from a crime such as this one. That from September of 2019 the interview available at CBS news dot com, and you heard the Saudi Crown Prince to a translator. Again the headline today a new declassified version of the U. S Intelligence report, concluding that the Saudi Crown prince did approve of the 2018 killing of
U.S. intelligence report could link Saudi Arabia's crown prince to Khashoggi murder
"Administration's releasing the declassified intelligence report on the two thousand eighteen murder of washington post columnist. Saudi dissident jamal khashoggi. The reports based largely on findings by the cia reuters is reporting. It will assert crown prince. Mohammed bin salman approved and likely order kashogi. She's murder the saudi consulate in istanbul. The white house said wednesday president biden will be speaking with saudi arabia's king salman rather than the crown prince who was always the contact for the trump administration biden. We'll be speaking reportedly with the king about the report.
Armenian leader says he's facing a "military coup attempt"
"Of an attempted coup and Armenia Reuters is reporting that Prime Minister Nicole Passion Yon is warning of an attempted coup by the military after the army demanded he stepped down passion. Yang has been faced with protests and calls to resign over his handling of the fighting between Azerbaijan and ethnic Armenian forces over Nagorno Carol Bock last year.
Managers of Texas Power Grid Resign After Widespread Storm Outages
"Outrage over statewide rolling blackouts and water disruptions during last week's historic winter storms in Texas is resulting in resignations from the board of ERCOT, the state's power grid operator. Chair and vice chair are among those stepping down as Houston public media Sasha Cordner reports. All five do not live in tanks is and make up about a third of the board. In a statement, Governor Greg Abbott said Er Const. Lack of preparedness and transparency was unacceptable and he welcomed the resignations. He also promises state investigation into her account, which is already facing multiple lawsuits. Sash, according to reporting and Reuters news service is now reporting that a six board member has
Stranded residents rescued as floods hit Jakarta
"More than 1000 people across the Indonesian capital of Jakarta were forced to evacuate Saturday as monsoon flooding ravaged the city. According to Reuters. Flooding caused residents in the capital, which is home to 10 million people to walk through shoulder high waters, with emergency personnel working to evacuate elderly residents. In total about 1380 residents were ordered to leave the southern and eastern areas of the city as floodwaters rose. Indonesia's meteorology agency B M K G, warned that more rain could cause even or is flooding in the coming days.
"reuters" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Reuters news agency reports tonight that the district attorney of Manhattan has issued a subpoena to the New York City Tax Commission in connection with his investigation of former President Donald Trump's Three presidential business activities. Orlando police trying to figure out how to women were able to con their way into receiving covert 19 vaccines and investigation is now underway after health officials say two women dressed up a seniors showed up to the convention center on Wednesday to get their second dose of the vaccine deputy say 44 year old Oldham and Roy Wood, Amigas and 34 year old Martha Vivian Monroy. Arrived to the site with birthdates that did not match though their names did match. The registration doctor All Pino with the Health Department believes the women may have gotten away with getting the back seen the first time and that's something they're trying to figure out WKMG TV reporter as he Castro Wall Street Finished mixed Tom Foodie CBS News This is Southern California's only 24 hour. Local news and traffic station. KNX 10 70 News Radio. Good evening on Brian Ping, Our top local stories of seven Oh, five Morrell, a catty women are rolling up their sleeves to get their covert shots compared to men and some college students until I can start slowly getting back to their normal this fall. Right now, traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the client's hears to these Fondo. We've got an injury crash on the 10. This is the Santa Monica Freeway eastbound at Overland West L a area and you're still in pretty slow traffic on that eastbound signs. Beginning at about Bundy. Now on that is slow to the crash site. Then you get a nice break but went through mid city l a. You're on the brakes again. And that takes you over to the 1 10. And while we're talking about the 1 10, you still have slow traffic on that North bound, signed out of Exposition Park into a lesion park and the South downside is slow through downtown Los Angeles. To Exposition Park, and then it looks good from there on the five South bound little bit before you reached the 7 10. We've got just stalled car reported out of the far right lane. Now on the shoulder of the road way, Santa Fe Springs 65 north on the connector to the five North bound. We've got a two car wreck reported a right shoulder of the road and 7 10 north bound. Just before you reach our teacher Boulevard we've gotta to correct reported out of Lane's shoulder the road next report. 7 15 with more traffic reports more often on Denise Mondo cane Extend 70 news radio Sonny and pretty breezy out there. I got wind advisories through much of the day of four. Most of our valley and mountain locations. For the most part north of the Ventura Freeway. That's we're going to see winds of about 20 to 30 miles an hour and gusts of up to about 40 by the time that clears out, especially into Monday, we're going to see a big warm up in temperatures going to see some low eighties out there for the inland parts of Southern California. Go to the beach 56 right now. 62 in the city of industry. Pasadena has 63 at seven. Oh, seven. Public health officials say close to 16% of adults in Los Angeles County have gotten at least one covert 19 shot. Only 6%, though, have.
Biden administration says it's ready for nuclear talks with Iran
"To restart nuclear talks with Iran and U S official tells Reuters talks to restore the 2015 nuclear deal could go forward if the European Union invited all of the invited parties involved parties. This comes after foreign ministers from Britain, France, Germany and the U. S met. Iran is demanding the U. S drop sanctions imposed by the Trump administration before it would consider rejoining the agreement. US rejoins
Impossible Burgers Will Keep Getting Cheaper, in Long-term Bid to Undercut Beef
"Let's say you go to the grocery store pickup something that looks and tastes like what you normally buy. But it's a little bit cheaper. Would you buy it sure you might say. But what if that item was so called fo meet. That could change things but impossible. Foods hopes it doesn't the meat. Alternative company has been very transparent about their long term plan undercut meat prices by slashing their own prices lower and lower and lower. It's an interesting move to make during a time when meat alternatives like the company's impossible burger actually increasing in demand. More people are moving away from meat products for health environmental or animal welfare reasons and covert outbreaks hit meat. Production facilities have subdued some demand for beef chicken and pork. So what's a meat lover to do. And maybe try and impossible burger which trust me on this one looks tastes a lot like an actual beefburger but for tried and true meat lovers. It can take a lot to put down the burger and pick up not burger as it were so impossible. Foods is hoping that prices can be the tipping point if they can make their prices lower than standard meet customers might be more willing to try burgers and even quote pork made from plants in january. The company cut its wholesale prices by about fifteen percent. Cnbc reported that the cuts brought the wholesale price of the impossible burger to six dollars and eighty cents per pound. Meanwhile the average wholesale price of beef patties as of january first was five dollars and thirty two cents per pound according to a us department of agriculture report with wholesale prices down impossible announced this month that grocery store prices would be slashed as well by around twenty percent. The suggested retail price for an impossible burger would drop to around five dollars and fifty or seven dollars for a twelve ounce package of ground Faked beef according to reuters priced per ounce that's similar to the average price of a sirloin steak so impossible foods is getting closer to their stated goal of quote undercutting the price of traditional ground beef from cows rival beyond meat inc is also trying to level up more down with the meat industry. Last summer they introduced a ten. Pack of patty's you could pick up at a target or walmart for just over a buck fifty per patty. Just in time for barbecue season beyond. It's beyond burger. That company also sells meatless sausages and ground. Beef crumbles for tacos. You know they're not real ground beef. It's the non-beef stuff. Those are products beyond has that impossible. Doesn't which may help draw. Suspicious meat eaters into the fray for now though despite the big plans it's still cheaper for consumers to walk into the grocery store and pick up real actual meat even with the phone meet price slashing. It would seem that undercutting the trillion dollar animal protein industry is a matter of time and text
Frances ANSII warns of a longrunning Sandworm campaign
"French authorities specifically the information security agency. Ansi said yesterday that they determined a russian threat. Actor has been active against french targets from two thousand seventeen to twenty twenty ansi. Didn't flatly say which group was responsible but it did note. According to reuters that similar tactics techniques and procedures had been seen in use by sand worm also known as voodoo bear and operation belonging to russia's gru military intelligence service and see has also made a detailed technical report available. The attackers dropped back doors as web shells in their targets. The operation appears to have been another software supply chain attack with the attackers working their way in through century on products used for it monitoring and see didn't say how many victims there had been but the agency indicated that most of them were it service firms especially web hosting providers the similarity in targeting in approach to the so laura gate campaign in the us is obvious. Centurions customer profile is similar to that of solar wins the paris based firm lists more than six hundred customers worldwide including local and regional government agencies. There's no informed official conjecture about the goals of the campaign that exploited century on yet but wired quotes industry. Expert says observing that. Sandra has a track record of disruption and destruction and hasn't confined itself to simple data theft century on hadn't as of this morning posted any statement about the incident to its website wired says century on emailed it to say that it was too soon to say whether the campaign represented an ongoing threat or whether it had been stopped by the patches and upgrades century on regularly issues. Voodoo bear of them as fancy. Bears daughter is known for going after industrial control systems especially those associated with power generation and distribution. It's most well known. Tool is the black energy malware kit. The threat actor is widely believed to have been responsible for both two thousand eight distributed denial of service attacks against georgia and twenty fifteen action against a portion of ukraine's power grid to return to salora gate the investigation and mop-up of the very large and presumably very damaging cyber espionage campaign against us targets continues. Cbs sixty minutes this weekend. Featured the solar winds compromise and highlighted both the scope of the attack and the effort that went into conducting it microsoft president. Brad smith said quote. I think from a software engineering perspective. It's probably fair to say that this is the largest and most sophisticated attack. The world has ever seen quote. He added that microsoft believed at least a thousand engineers were involved in mounting the attack. How microsoft arrived at that figure is unclear. And while it's probably better to read a thousand as a lot and not as a rigorously supportable quantification of the human capital. Russian intelligence applied to the task. It is in any case. Allot a member of south. Korea's parliamentary intelligence committee told reuters that he'd been briefed on an attempt by north korean operators to breach pfizer and steal information on the company's covid nineteen vaccine development. Hey take king said that. The republic of north korea's national intelligence service briefed him on the attempted espionage and that the apparent motive was financial. Pyongyang is looking more to its criminal. Revenue stream not to public health in the dprk last week bloomberg renewed its reporting on an alleged chinese hardware back door allegedly found on super micro products. The report was greeted with more skepticism than such reports usually are since the earliest versions of the story published. Initially in two thousand eighteen generally went unconfirmed by organizations that would have been in a position to confirm them super micro issued a statement about the bloomberg story which says in part quote bloomberg story is a mismatch of disparate. An inaccurate allegations that date back many years. It draws far-fetched conclusions that once again. Don't withstand scrutiny. In fact the national security agency told bloomberg again last month that it stands by its two thousand eighteen comments and the agency said a bloomberg's new claims that it cannot confirm that this incident or the subsequent response actions described ever occurred despite bloomberg's allegations about supposed cyber or national security investigations that date back more than ten years super micro has never been contacted by the us government or by any of our partners or customers about these alleged investigations and quote to round out the familiar four of bad girl. Nation-states researchers at security firm anomaly report a static kitten citing. the threat. Group believed to be run by. Tehran has been targeting government agencies in the united arab emirates. Fishing them with the goal of installing screen connect remote access tools and the systems used by. Its emirati targets. The fish bait is usually an israeli themed geopolitical loor the emails masquerade is communications from kuwait's foreign ministry and the fish hook itself is similar to those used previously in operation quicksand. There's not much new to report about the oldsmar. Florida water utility sabotage attempt local authorities in oldsmar have grown increasingly tight lipped about the attack on the town's water system with the pinellas county sheriff discouraging any municipal officials from discussing what is as they say and ongoing investigation. Detectives are on the case they say. And the sheriff wants the public to understand that it was never in any danger.
Biden Administration Aims to Close Guantanamo Bay Prison
"House officials tell Reuters the by the administration is starting a review of the controversial Guantanamo Bay detention camp with the goal of closing it. According to the report. President Biden is considering issuing an executive action within weeks or months. Former President Obama vowed to close the prison and slowly lower the number of inmates sense of detention camp opened in 2002 nearly 800 people have been held many without trial, approximately 40 remain.
Shell Hits Its Own Peak Oil, Plans to Reduce Output
"One of the biggest oil companies in the world, says its production is Pete and is now in decline. Royal Dutch Shell announced during its fourth quarter earnings that it won't enter new positions in frontier exploration after 2025 as the transitions to cleaner energies, a Reuters report says. Investors, however, are not impressed with shells. Green plans which calls for oil output to be cut by 1 to 2% a year. Compared to BP planning to cut its production by 40% by
World faces around 4,000 Covid-19 variants as researchers explore mixed vaccine shots
"From news dot trust dot org o. A reuters foundation thompson reuters. Asian world faces around four thousand covid. Nineteen variants as britain explores mixed vaccine. Shots bullet points here. World faces around four thousand variants of novell coronavirus. Uk trials combining pfizer and astrazeneca. Vecsey combining magazines now Because one vaccine wasn't nearly risky enough. You know i mean what if what if pfizer got it right and astrazeneca got it wrong. I mean sure like half of your people would be fine. I mean you couldn't. You couldn't do that. The uk says vaccines likely to work on different.
U.K. says 4000 variants of virus that causes COVID-19
"This from news trust dot org a reuters foundation thompson reuters. Asian world faces around four thousand covid nineteen variants as britain. Explorers makes vaccine shots bullet points here. World faces around four thousand variants of novel coronavirus. Uk trials combining pfizer and astrazeneca vecsey combining the lack scenes now One vaccine wasn't nearly rix risky enough. You know what if what if pfizer got it right nastro. Zenica got it wrong. I mean sure like of your people would be fine. I mean you couldn't you couldn't do that. The uk says vaccines likely to work on different variants. How can okay. I can say that vaccines are likely to make balloons. Come out of your ears. does that make it real. I'd like to see your trials all drug maker. I'd really like to have video on them. Because that would be hilarious. All drugmakers are looking to improve vaccines for new variants
China gets in on the SolarWinds act
"Reuters reports that the fbi investigation of the solar wind supply. Chain attack is looking into evidence that chinese threat actors successfully exploited a vulnerability in the company's software to compromise the national finance center a payroll system operated by the us department of agriculture. The department of agriculture's reaction to the story is ambiguous. The agriculture department emailed reuters to say that. Usda has notified all customers including individuals and organizations whose data has been affected by the solar winds orion code compromise but a second departmental spokesman said after the story broke that there was no data breach related to solar winds at usda but offered no further clarification the vulnerability the chinese threat actors are believed to have exploited is said to be different from the one used by. Unc twenty four fifty two. The thread actor widely believed to be a russian intelligence service. Reuters anonymous sources told them that the campaign used and infrastructure that have been previously deployed by state backed chinese cyber spies as the washington post observes many have suspected another group was also actively exploiting solar winds but reuters. Report is the first to suggest that this second threat actor was connected to the chinese government. The chinese foreign ministry denied any involvement observing i and in fairness correctly that attribution is a complex technical issue the ministry then moved onto unlikely insistence on the usual pieties. China resolutely opposes and combat's any form of cyber attacks and cyber theft. It's doubtful that any government on the planet even say the holy sea or san marino resolutely opposes any form of cyber attack unless cyber attack is construed narrowly as to rule out any form of interception surveillance or retaliation if any pure cyber are running any government. It's doubtful that government is in beijing. Some have said that majors cyber attacks are often more like riots than bank jobs with multiple actors going after the same targets for their own reasons. Reuters quotes former. Us chief information security officer retired air force general gregory to hill. Who thinks it's not that unusual for more than one group to hit the same product. He prefers the racing metaphor to the criminal. One quote it wouldn't be the first time we've seen a nation state actor surfing in behind someone else. It's like drafting in nascar. To heal said it's worth noting that while the national finance center is housed in the department of agriculture. Its responsibilities aren't confined there. The nfc also handles payroll for other government agencies. Some of the more interesting ones from the point of view of national security are the fbi the state department the department of homeland security and the treasury department the nfc claims on its website to payroll more than six hundred thousand employees and also provides customizable and flexible financial management services and integrated shared service solutions. The data held by the nfc would include social security numbers phone numbers personal email addresses and banking information and also associations between individual employees and their agencies. Such information is useful for building. Human target dossiers of individuals of interest and chinese services have shown an appetite for such sweeping collection in the past against the us most notably in the office of personnel management breach of two thousand fifteen
The Crazy Train
"What's up people. Welcome to think. This is a podcast about politics. Race and culture from a poc perspective. Eyeing my jane of horse. Sam and i'm erica lorella. Y'all we have to incredible all-stars love win. this happens. Yes twenty twenty one february. We're ready for you joining us from washington. Dc is washing. I li each contributing opinion writer with the new york times wa. I'm a brown man from california surrounded by snow joining us from santa fe. New mexico is. Jenny may independent investigative journalist and founder of the newsletter. Indigenously welcome back jenny. Happy new year. Happy new year high friends two all stars. I love this love. That the molly's jenny by glad all right moving on also in the middle of snow in some deep connecticut and new england new england. And there's a lot of snow but we're going to start with what's happening in congress so there's just over a week until the impeachment trial of former president trump is going to begin the senate. I mean as per usual. it's been messy and that's like a nice way to put it. It's just basically been fucked. There have been reports that trump was struggling to find lawyers to defend him and over the weekend five members of his legal team. They're gone including his to lead attorneys gun here on sunday night however he announced that he did have two new heads for the his defense team. David shown and bruce castor. Of course we know that even though the trial is still happening at least seventeen. Republicans will need to vote with the democrats in order to convict trump in the senate. Which is i. Don't know. I mean i still hold your so. I don't know why because you know me but it's highly unlikely only five. Republicans didn't vote to dismiss the trial on monday. However reuters reported that dozens of republicans who worked in the george w bush administration announced that they were leaving the party. Still we know that more than half of the party voted to block certification. The violent insurrection at the capitol. They voted to block certifying election. Okay seeing the way the majority of the gop is still rallying behind trump. because they just can't get enough calling. This impeachment actually unconstitutional which is like what. What constitution are you reading. The question. was also you know because now there's all of these like will he be asked to be a witness in a trial. Yeah will there be accountability. What's your first take wash. no. I admire your optimism. I think optimism as needed. It warmed my heart To hear you say that maria snuggle jaded heart because you know. I have to be optimistic but i give you the republican party. Where like you just said. Nearly half of them voted to overturn a free and fair election where they have the hate monger known as mark taylor. Green not stripped of any committees She's a bigot. Who believes in jewish space later. End is an anti semite Yunan supporter and by the way. Now we have a republicans who realize that the base belongs to trump in even after he was impeached. Four trying to overturn the election remember. Who's first impeached for abusing his power to get ukraine to interfere in the election. They were fine with that. So nothing's going to happen. I've heard of the civil war. The civil war has ended. Trump and trump is trumpism one however there is something here where i think that the democrats can play on isn't it. They can just bleed off a few of these republicans who are leaving in mass and some of his corporate money in corporate dollars right. So there's a small civil war here that's happening behind the scenes. Yeah but the base is trump the basis marjorie taylor. Green base are the folks who voted to overturn the election. And i think no matter. How bad shit crazy. He gets this week or next week they will find a way to acquit him. That's what's going to happen okay. Jenny feeling the same way that it that is like a dose of reality. Thank you wash. it's the reality. I think that we're all thinking into but it's also you know when you look at people like marjorie green. She affirms the fact that you know this crazy train has already left and she missed it. And i think that we're all moving on. And you know full will fall where they may and they might not be. Perfect in terms of holding trump accountable. But i think that this country is for the better of just moving forward. You know i always see things from indian country perspective and you know we had three out of the six of our congressional leaders. Vote to block the impeachment of trump. And you know to support overturning biden's victory. I just think that that's crazy. And one of them has been the longest serving congressman for indian
CEOs of oil giants Exxon, Chevron discussed mega merger
"I'm gonna start with something that happened yesterday. A quiet snowy sunday here in the greater metropolitan washington dc area and it was lovely. It was nice to. It's nice to just look outside and see the snow falling in a place where snow doesn't fall very often and i was snapped back into reality at some point during the day when i looked at twitter and saw the news reported by the wall street journal and reuters that last year the ceos of exxon mobil and chevron discussed the possibility of their two companies merging and i wasn't around in one thousand nine hundred eleven when standard oil was broken up. But i've studied enough of my business history to know that well to inform. That was my first thought. We're getting the band back to like. Are they going to rename the company standard oil. I mean what did you think when you first saw this news. Well the first thing that came to mind was was rocket rockefeller and standard oil in time. Time certainly have changed since standard oil. Right i mean the world is slowly but surely evolving its energy policy. And it's it's clearly going towards renewables. Things like solar and wind and in batteries and further away from fossil fuels. I mean that's no secret. Now i mean i think the time line is such that it. It's gonna take a while to get there. I mean when you think about fueling the entire planet. It's not just it's not just cars right. I mean we're talking about all sorts of different all sorts of different All sorts of things that really need to be powered and so to me. I actually could see world war for this does make sense in part of it is because this this industry is one more scale really really counts. I mean it in. Furthermore you have to businesses here. That really aren't quote unquote lighting. The world on fire. Either i mean you look at exxon over the last five years shares are down about forty percent chevron i think relatively flat over that same time period and they they have just become smaller companies. They're just not the behemoths that they used to be in so to me. I mean i feel like this probably would have been a little bit more realistic. Had they done it or tried to do a year ago. I'm not sure it would really pass muster in this current political environment. I think the the scrutiny would probably be a little bit to create particularly is is the biden administration has really got fossil fuels the crosshairs but i mean i could see a world where this actually made
Apple and Hyundai to jointly develop an electric car
"Hyundai's not sure it even wants to build a car for apple. A number of reports have indicated. That apple is partnering with hyundai. Either to work together on an apple car or for the automaker to build a car for the cupertino company now. Some inside the car maker or expressing misgivings. I say. it's gossip because they're no names. Tobacco the assertion rather a reuters report highlighted by apple insider has three anonymous exacts laying out reasons. They're not sure getting into bed. With the cupertino company. Is the best idea quoting one of the executives tech firms like google and apple. Want us to be like foxconn. Cooperation may initially help raise the brand image of hyundai or kia that is a hyundai subsidiary. But in the mid or longer term we will just provide shells for the cars and apple would do the brains quoting another exac. The hyundai motor group is concerned that the hyundai brand would become just apples contract manufacturer. Which would not help hyundai in its effort to build a more premium image with its genesis luxury sedan brand finally one exotic is quoted as saying we are agonizing over how to do it whether it is good to do it or not. We are not a company that manufacturers cars for others. it's not like working with apple would always produced great results. Apple is the boss. They do their marketing. They do their products they do. Their brand hyundai is also the boss. That does not really work.
Exxon, Chevron CEOs Discussed Merger
"Have been the biggest merger in history. Had it happened. Reuters is reporting that the chief executives of Exxon Mobil and Chevron held preliminary talks early last year about combining the two companies, which are the two largest oil producers in the U. S. Those talks ended, But observers say the fact that they happened at all shows that the pressure that the energy The industry's most dominant companies are facing as crude prices plunged during the pandemic. The share prices of both companies stocks nose dive last year, one source telling Reuters that the talks were serious enough that legal documents were drafted. It's not clear why the talks ended when he uses brought to you by General Dynamics I t
Myanmar leader detained in late-night raid, ruling party says
"Breaking news before we get to the market action, and it is the leader of Myanmar Aung Sung suit. She has been detained. This is a Reuters report. There's no more news. Other than that. This is all coming from a man. My ruling party spokesperson. Saying that that the leader off that party the end the LP on Sun City has bean detained, so that's where we are with that.
"reuters" Discussed on Recode Decode
"Trade offs have to be made in the trade off is to concentrate attack surfaces in one place in ideally have that plays be well fortified but even that perfect what is happening. It's solar winds now. They've hired the three companies. Got any ceo. He says it's jobs one two and three but there's also however many clients fifty high value targets the government at the the simple level of. I'm in charge of the network. The treasury department and i gotta fix it. What are the next steps. Well going back a bit. You've had a pretty lousy holiday break. You know this this stuff was coming out over over the break and We've we haven't even talked about the additional vectors. So the solar wind wasn't the only way Some of the attacker behavior was found at sites where they didn't download so the whims of that the tainted updates or they didn't have solar winds at all so they're still unknown ways in the. Us government has said that. There's at least password spraying password guessing attack to that sort. It looks like there are others. Turns out that microsoft is also a big factor here. They're you know they're cloud architecture is complicated. And they have a system of resellers. Did so you office three sixty five if you're if you're a big company or an agency and then those resellers frequently maintain access and it looks like some of them were compromised. So that's how. The attackers tried to get into crowd. Strike the security firm. That's how they did get into. It looks like it. Looks like that may have been outta got into malware bytes which is another security firm other doesn't use solar winds so if you're in charge of agency you're trying to defend it. One of the things we're looking for is are these other these other techniques that they came in it was there another way in the bad guys coming in. Their first job is mixture clean entry and get rid of all their logs to make it confusing about how they got in but job to is putting in additional back doors so those could be planted in all kinds of places which is why the cleanup is gonna take months or actually years. If you've got a really big network to be sure that they're actually out there are some folks that say you gotta burn down the entire network and rebuild it from scratch and that might be true for like the highest value targets You know bits of the defense department. And i should say that. There's no evidence yet. They've got into classified networks which are segregated. But if i was running his agency's. I wanted to be sure that the other problem is that it's certainly one of the goals of the attackers was looking at source. Code are presumably defined additional vulnerabilities. So they did view microsoft source code. They probably viewed source code of other big companies. And then they can find new ways of attacks through other means that have to do solar so You gotta worry about that too. the microsoft's part of the story to me is very confusing. So they got into azure and then microsoft basically said. This isn't a big deal. Even though all of the reporting around it says this is a big deal and then microsoft seems to have come around. Can you just walk me through that. Because i as i've been looking at it. It seems like everyone wants this to be minimized and not quite so public and so all of the statements are a little opaque but tell me what exactly happened with microsoft here. Well we know that you know. Microsoft download the tainted code. But that's true you know of thousands companies so we reported that and microsoft said. Yeah but then. There's no evidence they got into any production systems It looks like it was it was contained. I and others reported that well. It looks like microsoft code was used in various other attacks and then a bit later. Microsoft says well okay actually. It looks like they did get. They did get into our source code that could view our source code. They couldn't modifier source code so it's still unclear. The problem is when you get to this level of crisis. There's a lot of lawyers in pr. People involved and god love lawyers and pr people and they should make good livings but sometimes is the enemy of clarity in what security folks here needed is clarity. And also you know these investigations are going to be going on for quite a while so you either actually number of companies are saying that there is no evidence of ex. But you know the saying like you know Absence of evidence isn't of absence right. We know they were in there where they shouldn't be you know. They had control of some microsoft employees. At least one microsoft employees accounts Maybe more and the permissions that went with that we know microsoft was used in lots of attacks. We don't know really how we got from a to b or foods justice Of resellers yet. I this will come out at some point but it is. It is murky and their number of big victims that haven't disclosed yet. That having said that they were compromised and there will be at least two trickle trickled stampede of companies say that they were impacted. There's a weakness disclosure law where you have to disclose if you have you know if you're in one of i think something like forty states and there's personal information of people that was compromised you have to disclose that. And if there's a mature if you're a publicly traded company and there and it's material to your revenue than you have to disclose it but everything else you by and large don't and that's actually most breach so one of the worst examples of that is when the f thirty five plans got compromised and you would see these major defense companies which i knew had been act Not disclose it in their sec reports and the reason is that it's not mature because like the government is gonna isn't going to buy thirty five from somebody else would actually doesn't hurt their bottom line. Which is there are big systemic incentive issues here and that includes disclosure. And that's why it's patchwork. In my opinion there should be federal law. That harmonizes sort of thing. We're gonna take a break and when we come back. I wanna ask you a very pointedly not asked you who is behind it. But i think that that's a conversation we should have. We are back this episode of decoders brought to you by next. 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"Service. You can try x. answers for free. Just go to yahoo dot com. That's why x t to learn more. Hello and welcome decoder. I'm the patel editor in chief of the verge and dakota is my new podcast about big ideas and other problems today. I'm joined by. Joseph men author of the book cult of the dead cow original hacking supergroup might just save the world and a reporter at reuters. Who focuses on cybersecurity investigations. We talked about a very big problem. The solar winds hack in the state of us cybersecurity austin-based. Sober winds is at the center of a major. Us government hack which targeted the treasury and commerce departments children's dominant player in network management software. And if you work at a big company or other large organization. It's likely your network has solar wind software on it and in december it came out that a group of hackers likely from the russian government had gotten into solar wins in than it used that access to breach everything from microsoft to the united states government. Hackers were able to access government networks by slipping malware into a solar winds software update. That's all according to the global cybersecurity. Firm fire i which was also compromised. Now on its websites showing was hacked. Hasn't really gotten the attention it deserves because it happened during the chaos after the presidential election. But it's a really big deal. It's also a deeply complicated story part of back and forth game of hacking that the united states and its rivals have been escalating for years. Pay attention to how quickly this conversation with. Joseph goes to really big issues like how deeply our military and security agencies should we integrate with private companies security. There are a lot of easy answer here. But with a new administration and new appointees from president biden. Seems clear that things are about to change. Okay justice men reuters..
"reuters" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
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"reuters" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Landau? I am one of seventy three million visitors to your city. But they don't get a few hundred people to welcome them. So that's a big deal. Very touched. Folks here here is a perfect example of what I was talking about earlier. This is the Reuters report on the Middle East right now ready. This is Reuters may fourth today's may sixth cross border hostilities, which broke out on Friday. Flared into a second day with Palestinians fleeing Isreaeli strikes in Gaza and air raid sirens, sending his Railly's running to shelters as interceptor missiles, blew up rockets in this guy that mind blowing. It's truly. There was no difference than it would have been hostilities broke out. I don't know the day of the week of the of the attack on Pearl Harbor, but prostheses broke out on someone. No Sunday still broke out on Sunday. In in pro harbor at the Pearl Harbor patient Hawaii. As Japanese flyers were sent scurrying for away from anti-aircraft attack and American sailors were jumping off burning ships. That's that's how it would have been reported. It's all it's all in the passive. That's what's so amazing. Hostilities broke out. Nobody started I've mentioned often on the radio that as a as a kid the. When. My parent one of my parents or any other adult like teacher which. I don't care who started. Which is a very common parental thing. Like when to two of your your kids are fighting just stop it. I don't care who started am. I thought I remember thinking like five what do you mean? You don't care who started isn't that like important? Why is she started significant? Somebody started at somebody responded at had nobody started. Nobody would be fighting. That's how it works. Just start fighting simultaneously. It doesn't teach good lesson. Reuters. Reuters is a classic anyway Gaza's Rayleigh fly. Let's hear it is the headline. It's also on Reuter site on Reuters own site Gaza, Israel violence flares into second day. It's very the only reason I'm laughing is because as I often say only tentative is to cry. But I think people need to understand how how upside down. So much of our thinking is that this is this is what matters. Okay. Let's see here. So here Kohl's Orlando in audience. Somebody. You're calling from the audience..
"reuters" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Really. Effected Reuters business and the news industry as a whole Reuters. But London newspapers and the regional newspapers known as the provincial press worked out kind of complicated pricing scheme among themselves to make up for these changes in the telegraph system and the process, the provincial papers formed the press to give themselves collective bargaining power with Reuter they also negotiated a whole deal in which Reuter had control of the London news market. But the Press Association had exclusive rights to Reuters news outside of London. The Press Association. Also agreed not to do international reporting leaving that to Reuters agency. And this also contributed to Reuter tried to really diversify the businesses that he was in eighteen eighty and eighteen nineties because the nationalization of the telegraph and all the changes that then trickled down with all of this were eating into his profit margin. These kinds of negotiations. We're also happening internationally by eighteen. Seventy three primary wire services were reporting. The news from three different parts of Europe. Reuter was an England of us was in France and vote who we mentioned earlier was in Germany and rather than compete with each other. These three businesses got together to protect each other's monopolies in different parts of the world on January seventeenth eighteen seventy they agreed. That vote would be in Germany of us would be in France in Reuter would have the entire British empire. And this agreement was in place until nineteen thirty four. Once again this arrangement today would probably run afoul of antitrust laws and a lot of places, but at the time this was not an uncommon way of doing business, and it also had parallels things happening at the same time and the more political arena like the scramble for Africa, where countries are basically dividing Africa up amongst themselves. Also, these three services were intrinsically connected to each other Julius Reuter and Bernhardt full. Had both worked as translators for the agency which was known in French agenda, thus in eighteen seventy one the Duke of Saxe cobourg gotta made Reuter baron in Queen Victoria leader recognize his rank in Britain in eighteen seventy two Reuters expanded into East Asia fame year, Julius Reuter was also temporarily given huge control over multiple industries in Iran, which at the time was often also known as Persia Reuter had become friends with the Persian minister in London. And at the same time, the Shah Nassir eldeen shock collar was making a series of concessions to British interests. He signed what was known as the Reuter concession, which gave Reuter the rights to railways factories mining irrigation and telegraphs in Iran. This went really badly. Reuter got into this without really going through any British diplomatic channels in British politicians all over the political spectrum tried to. Distance themselves from it in editor in the times of London said in part, quote, there has been nothing like it before the king of kings abdicated, the functions if not the splendor of royalty and those still gorgeous and glittering is unable to make a road explorer mine or irrigate the lands under his dominion. So he calls in enterprising financier of the west and offers him many and precious advantages. If he will relieve the Shah in Shah of the real duties of royalty. Meanwhile, Russia which had been expanding into neighboring parts of the world saw this whole thing as a huge threat and suspected that all those British officials who were distancing themselves from what Reuter had done. We're really just trying to cover up their own involvement in a British power grab and the people of Iran were outraged. The Shah was making such huge concessions to British interests the Shara versus the concession after about a year, but Reuter still had interests in Iran. This. Revised agreement with the Shah established an Imperial Bank and his son George became its president the whole thing also set the stage for another concession of tobacco interests from Iran Britain, twenty years later, and that led to a huge uprising in Iran. The Reuters news organization kept expanding over the next decade becoming noon is the largest international news service in the world..
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"Human code. Subscribe now on apple podcasts, Stitcher or wherever you get your podcast. Good evening. Thanks for joining us. It has been a wild day the White House or the president's made for reality TV meeting with democratic leaders in the Oval Office. We'll have more on that we begin. However with breaking news, the president speaking out about the rush investigation. Whether he's worried about getting impeached last night, we reported that he sees it as a real possibility and has expressed concern to others about it. That was from a source close to the president. But when the president is speaking out on the record, it is a different story. He spoke about that. And the rush investigations hole with Reuters short time ago, joining me now is Reuters White House correspondent, Jeff Mason who conducted the interview if you ask the president about Michael Cohen and his guilty plea overpayments stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal. What did he say? Yeah. And I should say the interview was conducted by me and into my colleague, Steve, Holland and Berta Rampton, and we did ask him about that. And he said first of all about Michael Cohen that he was his lawyer and he relied on him. And that Michael Cohen should have known what to do or what the rules were. And And then then he. he went on to say that the the payments did not violate campaign finance laws. But if they did it would only be civil. But then again, he said, but it wasn't a violation. So he sort of caveat, caveat. He said a there was nothing wrong with it. But if it if there was something wrong with it, then it would be a civil violation. Did he say anything about if there's nothing wrong with that? Why did he lie about it publicly? Oh, no. We didn't talk about that. Specifically, and he did use the word we so he, you know, by saying the words, we he's he's suggesting that it was both. He and Michael Cohen who were involved in those payments on the Mueller investigation and the growing connection between we're growing understanding, and we'll connections. There were between the campaign and Russia that are being revealed in court documents sixteen by CNN's current count. What are the president's say about that? So we reference that and talked about the number of people who had worked for him before the campaign and during the campaign who had connections with Russia who done business dealings with Russia. And he said, I'm just hearing about this. When I mentioned a number. We. We're were talking about thirteen and he said, I'm just hearing about this, and then he pivoted straight to Hillary Clinton and said that she had had connections with Russia. But so he he just basically he pivoted from from that question and went straight to his two thousand sixteen opponent. So just to be clear the president who watches probably more TV than any president recent memory and more cable news than any president probably ever said. He's just hearing about all of these what you were referencing is thirteen and sixteen connections between the campaign or the transition and foes Russia. He says he's just hearing about it. And that's right. And but then he went on to say as we continue to discuss it. He said, well that's peanut stuff. So he was downplaying that. And again, going back to Hillary Clinton and Bill Clinton, and their connections are what he believes that their connections to Russia being worse or or something that people should be focusing on instead of his campaign associates, right? And he's talking about connections for the Clinton foundation with with with. The Clintons we reported yesterday. The President Trump was increasingly concerned that that he might be impeached by the incoming house, or at least expressed that to people what did he say about that to you? So we asked him that very directly. I said are you are you concerned about being impeached with the house of representatives being taken over by by Democrats in two thousand nineteen and he said, it would be pretty hard to impeach someone who's done such a great job and who has not done anything wrong. And then he talked about what he's done for the economy. He talked about a regulations he talked about the supreme court all of the accomplishments that he's proud of..
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"Google what's in the news? Nobody asks me for that the Royces institute of published a smart speaker report focusing on news consumption, which discovers that news. Isn't yet. A big thing on smart speakers, many listeners want shorter news bulletins study suggests it also says that podcasts aren't used by many smart speaker owners NPR has announced their student podcast challenge. Students and teachers can take topic a lesson or a unit they're learning about and turn it into a podcast between three and twelve minutes. Long winning podcast will be featured on NPR's morning edition and all things considered. The Australian podcast awards have announced a partnership with Stitcher who is sponsoring the investigative journalism and true crime podcast category early bird entries and now open and podcast. Producers have until the fourteenth of February two thousand nineteen to enter their podcasts ESPN podcast report that their downloads and unique listeners are up by thirty one percent. Year on year microphone manufacturer Rhody has announced their Rhody Kosta pro podcast production studio, a new mix. Oh with some ideal. Features for podcasters features include bluetooth for flawless telephone calls using your mobile hot keys and enough input. And headphone outputs for four people speech kit is a service using text to speech technology to allow news articles to be turned to speech or even a podcast too soon. As they're published crisp may have applications for podcasting. It's virtual microphone that blocks. Background noise from your phone calls. So nobody else need know that you're calling from the coffee shop or kindergarten or bar and in opinion. No, people aren't skipping your podcast ads says Christopher Lawson. He says, quote, it was suggested that podcast advertising doesn't work because the large majority of the listeners skipping over the ads, but the truth is that's categorically false,
"reuters" Discussed on African Tech Roundup
"This new era of peer to peer trade that as restart to take, you know, take responsibility for what we can do and should be doing to protect our digital digital footprints IP. You know, that will perhaps in this future. I can imagine as having full agency over the IP itself, and and benefiting in material ways perhaps from how I exploited commercially. Otherwise, so there's a hope that there will be this new era of peer to peer trade that it might eliminate the need for intermediaries that have been taxing society paps unfairly for many years and paps the ones that remain will remain on the basis of value, and essentially there'll be this widespread democratization of the world economic system that currently is dominated by a few powerful actors who wield centralized control over markets. And so in some ways, I recognize some of those notions. As wishful thinking, the pragmatic side of me, but I do sense that are certain things that may be realized at least version of those things that might be rely. Sized Carolina spoke about the initial tension that institutions and governments perhaps had towards the internet as a technology that would potentially disrupt them altogether. I feel like we have a new wave of that again. And there's a gung ho extreme that's blockchain and bitcoin that in hotel hotel hotel, which is I think unhealthy, but I think there's some things that we might. Well, we might do well to reflect on and sort of ask ourselves. How do we harness that sentiment and weave it into companies like yours at Thomson Reuters? How do we influence the policy makers listening to us right now to not see this as a takeover or something of that nature? I mean, I personally think it's really exciting to think about a global electronic currency sort of value transfer cross. Border cross continent. I think it's super exciting to think about that. And the possibilities that come with that. Is it bitcoin? Is it something else? You know? I don't know what the currency will be. But just the fact that there is a framework there that can facilitate that is awesome to think about right. And I think that we need to have. You know, as many people as possible thinking about how how experiment with that. How to to make sure that whatever this new framework is is acceptable and inclusive. So that while we're off building this new global network and framework for us to to transfer value. You don't leave half the world behind because they're not connected to it. So I mean, I think the possibilities. There are quite a quite endless. I would actually like to not have to pay my Bank, you know, fifty dollars every tunnel. I want to move dollars from the us into South Africa, for example. Right. And this could potentially help with. Someone is has vested interest here. Exactly. So no, look, what do you make of this Carolina just to piggyback off that? I mean, I think that policymakers need to listen to a vested interest. Right. So in considering what needs to be done what the possibilities are think the voices of individuals the voices of commercial entities. The voices of all stakeholders must be hit. So I I I fear that perhaps what is perceived as the peps negative possibility were so scared we're not we're going to do is because we haven't spoken in after each other or listened enough to each other. And I think that the way to break this Papp's would be to generate a wide spread African discussion about what the possibilities and where we could be going. That's really well put I'm going to close by reading a quote from the us Commissioner for infrastructure and energy, Dr money Abuzaid who is quoted as saying in order. Accelerate the creation of a single digital market for Africa. There is a need have similar common. Roles across the continent to ensure a more predictable.
"reuters" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Percent support from swing voting independence ab percent support from republicans and twenty percent support from democrats and the reuters ipsos people say this doesn't make any sense this is unexplained and so they're rejecting it reuters is telling you they're releasing telling people they don't believe it they're rejecting their own poll wins the last time you saw this it has happened by the way april twentyseventh again reuters zips us trump's getting fifty percent support from swing voter independence eighty percent support from republican supporters twenty percent support from democrats very few people are declaring themselves not sure in the reuters poll reuters is saying they don't believe it they are rejecting their own hole something is happening i don't wanna make it sound like there's something big and dramatic but i think what's happening is that what has always been there a bunch of people fed up with the deep state fed up with muller fed up with the media fed up with these obama people fed up with the villains as they know them fed up with it and they're finally being asked about it now and they're answering i don't think people are newly outraged this i don't think they're freshly angry i think they have been since it all began that the media and the pollsters think this is all brand new and it doesn't make sense to them so they're spiking this particular poll rush limbaugh way on the net worth seven ten w oh mother's day's coming up and let me guess you're going to send her a really nice text message if that's the case you need to go back to the.
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"Sunday's bill to keep the federal government operating as of now that does not seem particularly likely house republican leadership is pushing forward a shortterm solution to fund the government just through february 16th that legislation does not offer would democrats have been pushing for which is help for the socalled dreamers six hundred ninety thousand undocumented immigrants brought to the us as children through no fault of their own earlier today house speaker paul ryan acknowledge that he does not know whether republicans have enough votes to pass the measure in the house without the support of the democratic minority given that some members of the conservative freedom caucus are pushing for less government spending as well as a more conservative immigration villas part of the deal moments ago a member of the house republican whip team says that the beginning of the whipped count that went well the house republican leadership teams expressing confidence that the house will have enough votes to pass the shortterm resolution president trump today also said in this new reuters interview that he does thinking immigration deal remain means possible but he called the bipartisan deal presented to him by senator lindsey graham addict urban quote the opposite of what i campaigned for and quote unacceptable that of course is a is a far cry from what we heard the president say to senators graham in durban and others in this bipartisan group of senators just eight days ago and this group comes back hopefully with it agreement this group and others from the centred from the house comes back with an agreement on signing it i mean i will be sunny i'm not going to say gee i want this are lafayette pump you saw the baltic the heat auto care i don't care i'll take all the heat you wanna give good.
"reuters" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
"The chits from her brand to go out in a democratic primary running against a woman people who watch her show by her magazines and everything else that was a big step for her and she doesn't take these steps slightly legno david thank you both i have a feeling will be talking about this in the future one more note oprah fear appeared for the first time on cbs in the wake of the golden globes speech you know she's a correspondent or sixty minutes she also was on cbs sunday morning today's speaking with a group of female hollywood a listers about the times up initiative as she thinks about taking on trump cbs's giving hurry powerful broadcasts platforming so far cbs has no comment on oprah's possible possible running for president it would have to get a lot more serious before they would think about cutting ties with her up next term reliable sources these two reuters journalist in me and mark could face up to fourteen years in jail here the story and hear from the top editor of reuters right up to this time the fourteen years in prison that's the potential fate for these two reuters journalists if they are found guilty of violating me mars official secrets act they were arrested one month ago are they remain behind bars and time is of the essence join me now steve adler the editor in chief of reuters to tell us about this case steve there's a hearing coming up uh january 23rd what is the reason why you're to reporters were detained while loan and joyce who were without reporting on december twelve they were asked by coupled policemen to go see of at a restaurant they went to see the policemen and had a conversation and as soon as they left they were surrounded by many police they were handcuffed and spirited away we didn't even know that for a couple of days they were completely incommunicado but prosecutors have since said they're bringing charges under the official secrets act which is a colonial era law under british india in.
"reuters" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"It is a reuters arab ipsos poll in a poll says it nearly one third of all adults well actively of boy political conversations when they see friends and family over thanksgiving the end this summer holidays about have said that they do not expect to discuss politics at all now what is tell you i mean you realizing every poll is intending to shape the news not reported every poll is intended to make news shape news make or shape pubblic opinion not reflected what does this tell you they aware out if wherever they may be i mean it but you're you're accepting the premise of the poll if you say well if people aren't going to talk megyn so hot out there that people don't want to go to war with nats dead your forman for it that's not what this means at all now maybe i'm an eternal optimist i know that i am an optimist but this tells me that the media think that the political news is not currently in their favour and that's why they don't want you're talking about it and the reason they do a poll saying the smart people are not going to be talking about politics over the break is to influence you will not to talk about politics why would they want you're not talking about politics because they must think it isn't in their favour remember during the salad days of the obama years every time around this year every every year around this time we had articles about how important it was to bring up the need for obamacare remember obama and it.
"reuters" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"That right shoreline where all know that right this is there it's their world right they'll do once again we have somebody who's running a country that doesn't care about rule of what he's doing a good job belgium whatever we certainly doesn't care about rules okay so we're dealing with thirty two people like that right there's a substantial likelihood that collusion has occurred either there is a substantial likely would you like to represent him i would be honored to represent him on you know offer we've had reuters had these discussions know i choose to stand for the national anthem i choose to take mack i had i choose from an independent perspective to put my hand over my heart i choose to recite the pledge of allegiance but there's something very powerful about that choice in that freedom when sixty thousand people collectively independently and individually choose to stand to honor the anthem it means something and it has impact he if it's mandatory salute it's something entirely different so again while i may disagree with with with the protest there i abso the lulu endeavoured to protect a protest i would suggest you that if it means anything to you'd standing for the anthem or or reciting the pledge of allegiance means anything to you other than well just pomp and circumstance i do it ritual ritually because everybody else does if it means anything to you then it should mean that someone like colin kaepernick has the right to kneel when you play judge your legion to unite his one nation under god indivisible right run with liberty and justice for who'll for all for all for everybody so liberty and just liberty freedom for everybody for the people who choose to stand in for the people who choose to neil if freedom means anything it is the right to say what others do not wish to hear those beautiful by the nose recollect that though that that one all of housing life i like to say that way i just didn't height of be on the vote on onlinecom narcan this today on the southbound class i could do that.
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