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Bloomberg Radio New York
"richard burns" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The fed doesn't want to actually grasp the nettle and tighten financial conditions. We've got them going 50 now and December 50 in February and another 25 in March. We think that next year what we're going to see is a fed that's continuing to tighten the biggest risk as if they under tighten. Because they've sent such a strong message about needing to get inflation down. These stagflation problems that we've seen this year, they're not going to go away anytime soon. This is Bloomberg surveillance with Tom Keene, Jonathan farrow, and Lisa Abramovich. This was supposed to be a World Cup free zone for the duration of the program. It's been a success. But you are refusing to drop it, aren't you? I want to hang out like they do in Qatar, you know, no tie on and they got the shoes of the white souls and I'm not into that. Sports presenter with the suit and the sneakers. I'm having fun with it. From New York City this morning, good morning good morning to you all. Equity futures are just about positive on the S&P 500. We've got a big week coming up. We've got CPI coming up tomorrow. The Federal Reserve decides on Wednesday, Bank of England Thursday, alongside the ECB. What more do you want? What you want is clarity, and we got that from Lindsey PX that at Stifel, I thought she was great on this parsing of goods inflation back to a disinflationary trend of some form, but services inflation and that is the mystery in the next year. What does service 70% of the economy? What does service inflation do? She has it like a lot of people sustained. And service X shelter going to be talking a lot about that might be on. Once I'm sure there's also service X England, but that's a difference. We're not going to talk about that. Do you want to talk about adult plot? You love that as much as I love this. Do we have a dot plan on Wednesday? The essence of the decision comes down to the dot plot and how far the 2020 total garbage and with Richard burns are pushing back against that. I have told Mike McKee. So when this market trades on projections from the Federal Reserve, what are you going to say on Wednesday I'm going to say it's Euclidean garbage. Well, it's France, France is going to win, so it's garbage. And then what? You're not going to listen to whatever the fed thinks is going to happen. No, I will listen to him. I think it will be a very, very good press comments. I believe vice chairman Clara will be with us which is a really coming out the other side of the news. I didn't know that. Okay. That's a shame. I mean, I don't know if Bill knows that yet, but let's get to the price section briefly. As we keep saying, keep telling you, massive week. I think defining week coming up for the next couple of months, at least with inflation on deck tomorrow, then a Federal Reserve decision. For those of you that do follow the dot plot, it is about the 2023 dart and how far that's going to come up. Chairman Paul has been leading us to believe that will bump higher at the next meeting. Equity futures right now up a quarter of 1%. The whole curve shifting lower to 30 is just a little bit of flattening for you. We're down about 5 basis points on a ten year three 52 51. You're a dollar not doing much at one O 5 66. Crewed doing a lot over the last 7 days down for a 7th consecutive session on WTI crude. Tom, we're just about holding on to 70. We've just had the biggest weekly loss on WTI since April and we're doing this. As China continues to make an effort to reopen, and we're going to talk about this later. The top medical adviser in China. China's top medical adviser comparing omicron to the flu. Now that is a massive change from what a month ago. Oh, two weeks ago. A few weeks ago and I would time it to the party Congress and that they've got the political knitting out of the way. So now finally they can take anti science and try to nudge it towards the 19th. Oh, I do. I think we're just not jokes, but we're showing the acclaim of horizon Therapeutics and what they're doing with Amgen. These guys are the anti science that everything the horizon therapeutic science. Joining us around the state Judy, I'd say that I'm pleased to say it's Michael Shaw's CEO of market field asset management. Michael. This is great. We're not going to talk about England. Let's do it. Let's talk about markets. The consensus view next year is recession. The consensus view next year is that we get this dip in the first half off fear of bad earnings and bad earnings materializing and then it's something you want to buy into yearend and we end up something close to where we are right now. What do you make of that cute little story for 2023? It sounds a little bit easy. I do think bear markets end. So at some point this market will and will go up again. But I think the thing you got to remember is we are still in a bear market, bear market, but I don't think completed its business back in October. And you got to concentrate on I think surviving the difficult start to next year. We can worry after that as to whether or not late 2023 looks like a great place to be and we're back at 4000 or whether you're still dealing with this mess, but I think this is a bear market value, which is run its course. I think the corporate projections we're the earnings come in in January are going to be really quite conservative. And I think the odds of some form of panic are reasonably high. When you look at the character of alo. What does it tell you that makes you think it's not the low when you look back to October? You know, I don't think the narrative had really changed. I still think that people still think of the S&P 500 as the place to be. They still kind of want to own the same things they owned. A year ago, people are haven't really given up on technology leadership. They talk as if they have, but anything allocations have really changed yet. And the Lowe's I have seen all read about a little bit more desperate than what we saw in October, October was what I would call short term panic. But everybody was still grasping for the opportunity to get back in. You have been a student of the income statement. I want to go to my great mentor, Megan decide of the London school of economics and lord to say I would say it's all about profit. You parse XP X versus the challenges of NDX forward. Is the NDX going to be challenged just because the profitless the game's over? I think the danger in the NDX is with the profitable part isn't as profitable. And you have these incredible corporate margins in mega cap tech. They've just been literally licenses to print money and have been given the kind of valuations that you only see in great bull markets. I think that their profits are going to be less certain in 2023 and that's where the warriors, profitless tech, it's down 80%. It's got fairly small market cap now and it's not somewhere that I want to be. But that's not what pulls the NDX down. It'll be the big guys that pulls the NDX down. Do they get revenues come in or is it down the income statement where it is about margins? I think it'll be hard to maintain margins in certain cases. You look at somebody like Amazon is going to be a sort of margin story, but I think top line revenue growth projections are going to be a little bit wobbly next year. Something you've talked about that I haven't heard many other people talk about is the potential for a lost decade and parts of this equity market. And when you talk about the lack of capitulation you've seen, when it comes to people who just want to buy growth every time we get a growth dip, can you walk us through why you think there is real potential here for a lost decade and somebody's growth equities that dominated a bull market of the last ten years. A lot of the story is simply the overcompensation that you had post. I'm going to say 2017 when a lot of this kind of move was multiple expansion. On the
The Ben Shapiro Show
"richard burns" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"After Hodges ruling she did not know where to turn, she had told her friends who said I'm becoming the opposite from other who had become pregnant with her unintentionally in 19. She grew up depending on government assistance for food and didn't believe it would be fair to bring children into the world without financial security. Well, one choice there would have been not to get pregnant with the children in the first place. But beyond that, perhaps, the idea here would be not to kill the child. I keep coming back to this because by the end of the story, by the end of the story, this young woman has had the baby, she's having a difficult time holding down a job. She doesn't seem like a particularly responsible person by any stretch of the imagination. She seems to have a difficult life, but you know what the babies have? They are alive. Not only are they alive actually, this girl, at least made, the correct moral decision, which is to allow another couple to take care of the kids. In fact, there is a couple more friends of the family. The parents of a friend who offered to watch the babies at their home on the weekends. And eventually, they came to her and they said we'd like to watch the babies full time. And they're is a picture in The New York Times fees of the two beautiful children. And so again, The New York Times refusing to acknowledge the obvious, which is that it is bad to kill children, ends the piece by sort of suggesting that it would have been better if the baby's were not alive. Despite G's fear that the borago is wanted to take the twins from her, she couldn't deny she felt relief. I'm not ready to give the girls up. She told the pregnancy, usually speaks to the flat affect, but Rachel noticed her eyes carrying she wanted to move out for a trial. She packed her bags and she left, she was torn between her desire to say the truth that she was angry at herself and the government that made her have children and the expectations she would love being a mother, and the similarly strong desire to deflect, so she wouldn't be seen as a bad mom. Self destructive dependent on the state doomed to failure, these are the stereotypes that have come to characterize teenage mothers since the moral panic of the 1970s. By the way, that is not a moral panic. I'm sorry. It is not a moral panic that single motherhood is horrible for children. It is. You know what's even worse for kids, not being alive. And that is the bottom line of this story. Here is how this story concludes. Quote, for 6 month trial with the bravo's end in August, but she still wasn't prepared to make a decision. Instead, she extended the trial, signing a new power of attorney. The rego has moved to a larger house 30 minutes away every few weeks she visits her children though it's painful to see them. When she walks through the door, the girl's no longer run up to hug her, their distance, but she knows that it stems from her absence. She keeps missing more first, she told me that first steps there for sentences, the first time one of them texted asked, what's up? Several weeks ago, she texted me in the middle of the night worried. She could give up her parental rights as her father did, or she could raise her children without the stability or the warmth they deserve as her mother did. In her own experience, both left her feeling abandoned and in love. She didn't know which one was worse. Well, I mean, I can tell you which one is worse. Dead kids. The kid's not existing. So once again, the premise of The New York Times piece, pieces like this, this is the big problem with the pro choice movement, is that in the end, you have to make the affirmative case that it is better for the world for children not to be alive. And once the kids are born, that becomes an extraordinarily difficult case to make. Again, the picture tells the whole story in this particular in this particular story when you see two beautiful small children, toddlers, and you say, well, maybe mommy should have aborted you and her life would be marginally better because this does not seem like a young woman who makes wonderful decisions as general rule. That is not a strong case for why children do not deserve to live. And meanwhile, speaking, by the way, of The New York Times is complete, unwillingness to look reality in the face. There's an entire article in The New York Times today, titled when high fashion and QAnon collide, trying to defend a balenciaga campaigns that include children posing with teddy bears in bondage gear. And another photo campaign that includes actual child pornography decisions from the Supreme Court. It's all about QAnon and Republicans pouncing and all of that. And then The New York Times bubble is so thick and it's so bad but eventually it does end up being penetrated and it ends up collapsing in on itself. And that will happen with all of these issues because again, the left, they're not used to making cases for their own feelings for their own for their own politics. And when they're confronted with reality, their case tends to collapse. Meanwhile, speaking of people who are collapsing, Republicans in the Senate 12 of them voted in favor of the same sex marriage bill, despite the fact that does not include sufficient protections for religious freedom and the idea that it is supposed to enshrine into federal law, same sex marriage as the law of the land now. It's already in federal law because of the Supreme Court decision in obergefell. But this is a senatorial designation. That same sex marriage is the law of the land, approved by 12 Republicans, including the oh so very moral Mitt Romney. As well as Lisa Murkowski Dan Sullivan of Alaska, rob Portman of Ohio Todd young of Indiana, Richard burns on TELUS of North Carolina, Shelley Moore capito of West Virginia, Susan Collins, Roy blunt of Missouri, Joni Ernst of Iowa, Cynthia Loomis, there were a couple of people who did not vote
"richard burns" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Grateful that this is finally over. It's been a long two years. I could say that the past year has been the hardest two years of my entire life as a young man. I've lost friends. I've lost time with family, and my entire navy career was rude. Prosecutors accused then 19 year old maze of starting the fire because he didn't make it as a navy seal. The defense says investigators didn't follow the evidence. The $1 billion ship, the USS Bonham Richard burned for four days and has since been decommissioned and scrapped. The navy judge acquitted maze after a 9 day trial at naval base San Diego. And national security adviser Jake Sullivan is denouncing Russia's so called annexation of territories in Ukraine. And that's the very latest, I'm Jim Forbes. This is Chicago's progressive talk. A 20 a.m. WCT willow springs, an online CPT 8 20 dot com where facts matter. He shouldn't be afraid of black and brown kids coming downtown. It's their city too. 400 shows spewing fear and hate subscribing this great replacement theory result in hatred across this country. News that happens next will happen by a 20. This is Barry mulch with a small business radio show and like you. I've had a lot of businesses for the last 25 years. First I went out of business, then I got kicked out by my two partners that I sold my last business and I was able to pay back the bank the $1.3 million I owed them and funny enough my wife tells me I got her back just about the same time. Join me Saturday mornings at 9 a.m. right here on TA 20 where I show you how to get your small business son stock grow the company you've always wanted and finally make the money that you deserve. This is a W CPT a 20 heartland signal news minute. Republicans in Illinois have been targeting the safety act and campaigns across the state this election cycle. Some provisions of the Illinois safety accountability fairness and equity today act have already taken effect while others will go into effect January 1st. Speaking recently on Jonas live local and progressive here on W CPT. Ed yankov, the ACLU of Illinois, defended the bill against Republican attacks. The very same people who decry and say we must repeal the safety act also say that they don't want to defund the police. Yet the safety act provides millions of dollars to police across Illinois for things like training. And then it did things like mandate or end the use of certain kinds of choke holds and end the access to these programs where law enforcement agencies we get this used military equipment. For a 20 in heartland signal
WABE 90.1 FM
"richard burns" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Decided to limit the strike to just three days. Can you tell us a little bit about why that is? Yeah, so our nurses and for many other professions in the human service industry, it can be really gut wrenching for us to make a decision to walk off the job to leave the people we serve. That's why we're nurses. That's why we're in the profession that we're in. But we just have realized that the conditions are such that we can't be silent. We can't not respond to this. And so we made the really difficult decision to take this strike. And we hope that three days is enough, and we're going to come back to the table after these three days and hopefully resume constructive dialog with management. Spokespeople for the affected hospital systems have blamed this strike on nurses and they say that the MNA has refused attempts at neutral mediation, how do you respond to that? You know, I think we're not refusing mediation out, right? We're refusing mediation right now. And part of that is because mediators are there to help us reach a deal to help the parties find common ground. And we haven't seen a hospital willing to find any ground at all, let alone common ground. I own facility, we have rewritten in our staff and proposals from scratch, three times, and only on Saturday night at the 11th hour, did the hospital respond to our staff and proposal for the first time. So I don't think a mediator would have really pushed them to find common ground when they weren't wanting to look at the ground at all. And just to make sure I understand when you say your staffing proposal is that like how many nurses are working at any given time or for what length of shifts or what does that look like? We understand that nursing shortage, acute healthcare worker shortage, which is a complex problem. And so we proposed solution that included staffing and scheduling language, language to protect nurses from discipline for refusing assignments that they deemed were unsafe, as well as other things. Obviously, the pandemic has stretched many healthcare workers incredibly thin, but nurses that we've talked to over the last two years, they often say that chronic understaffing, it predates the pandemic. Is that your experience in the state of Minnesota? Absolutely. I've been a nurse for 7 years now. I know and work with many nurses who have been in the field for decades longer than that. This pandemic certainly shown a bright spotlight on the crisis of understaffing and worker shortages in the healthcare industry. But this problem has been festering for decades. And we realized that we need to take action now because if we don't address this problem now, the system I'm afraid is just going to buckle and tell it breaks. And Chris, what would you like patience to understand about the strike? We really want patients to know that we are keeping their care at the center of our negotiations. That's why we're doing what we're doing. We don't want to be on the streets. We want to be at the bedside caring for patients, but we simply can't be silent anymore because the care that we deliver them is just too important to us. That's Chris rubbish first vice president of the Minnesota nurses association. Thank you so much. Thanks for having me. And we've reached out to affected hospitals in Minnesota for comment, but we haven't yet heard back. A navy arson trial is about to get underway more than two years after fire destroyed the USS Bonham Richard. The trial comes as the navy continues to unravel why the fire on the warship became one of the worst peacetime disasters in its history. Steve Walsh, with KPBS in San Diego, has the story. Beginning on July 12th, 2020, the USS Bonham Richard burned for nearly 5 days in San Diego bay. Senior chief Michael Robert penny remembers it well. It
The Autosport Podcast
"richard burns" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Dedicated to rally, where we put all of our content there, and occasionally we crop up here as well in the auto sport channel. When there's a big thing to talk about, which there is today because we've sent our man Tom Howard to rally safari. It's going to be a wonderful event in Kenny around 6 of this season. The world rally championship sees a return to an event that was a regular from 1972 to 2002 back after a 19 year hiatus, though, and Tom welcome along to the podcast. If you can just tell us, you know, about your journey. Oh, we keep hearing about his travel chaos in the newspapers. And what it's like where you are and where you're working from, just set the scene for us. Firstly, we've got to say thanks for this opportunity to be able to actually go to cover an event like this. So a lot of strings have been pulled for us to be here in the first place. So those people that know who they are should receive some thanks. But firstly, yeah, it's quite a long journey. I haven't had any sleep for 24 hours. So I'm very tired, but yeah, so flew out from Heathrow to Cairo last night. And then got a plane from Cairo through the night to Dar es Salaam in Tanzania. And then got another flight from Tanzania this morning to Nairobi in Kenya. So I landed in Nairobi about 8 a.m. Kenya time. So then we had a two and a half hour road trip to naivasha, which is where the rally is based. So I've seen quite a lot today. Some things I quite confronting, some things quite spectacular. But yeah, it's been a bit of a long journey, but we are here and we are here to cover safari rally. I can see you're working from some sort of, it looks like an office. I mean, you're on your own in some sort of room. What facility do they build in the middle of the desert? So we've got like we're actually in a wildlife resort near Lake naivasha, which is a holiday destination, so we say it's quite a touristy area. Lots of hotels, lots of safari trips that you can go on. So we're in a sort of a wildlife resort where they've constructed all these temporary buildings to house all the rally cars this weekend. Near the town of nova. So it's a small town, not two hours north of Nairobi. But we're in quite a extensive metal structure with a tarpaulin roof and I've cheekily nabbed the FIA office, which is a little bit quieter than the media center to be able to do this podcast. So thanks to Vera, if I media delegate. So let me borrow her office. So we should be doing this in vision because your Wi-Fi connection is rock solid. It looks great. It's nice and crisp. It's better than when you have 5 minutes down the road is who sets all this up before we actually get into talking about the rally just for our listeners who might be interested in like the infrastructure of a rally event in safari rally Kenya. Is this the FIA that build all this or WRC and the promoters? And the safari rally organizers. I think a point that we should make here is this is a really serious event here. This is the biggest sport and event they have in Kenya. It's bigger than any football event or marathon or anything else. So everything is pulled into this to make it a spectacular as possible. And I have to say, being a hugely impressed with the Internet connectivity and the service park and everything so far. I've had my own personal driver, take me around everywhere today. So called Nelson, who should get a shout out. He was a very, very nice fella. So yeah, this is a serious event. The president will be here tomorrow of Kenya to oversee it. And this is a key part of his sort of manifesto, I guess. He was a very key part of his plan to bring this event back to Kenya as it has been a way for a while, obviously came back last year. But this was all a very key part of their sort of political strategy because this is not only a sporting event. It's all about tourism. And it has such a long tradition, as you said, at the beginning there. So it's a very, very special event for Kenya. Colin McRae's last win was there. It's been won by Richard burns and Tommy McKinnon. It did come back last year, but a kind of a legendary event for those people who might not be super into their rally. What's it like for speed and the location and the kind of surfaces they'll be on. So this will be one of the toughest on the calendar and this will be even tougher than it was last year as the crews have been saying today in the press conference. But these are high speed gravel stages, very open stages. So you're out in the middle of now where really lots of wildlife so they'll be giraffes, buffalo, elephants, zebra, so the crews will come across all sorts of different animals on there and their ways through the stages, obviously they try to clear the stages before they run through to make sure it's as clear as possible, but you can't really legislate for any zebras running around at the erratic. But yes, they're very fast, open stages. And the graph is quite soft and sandy in places. So the car is actually sort of dig in quite a lot. And if you're not careful, you can actually get stuck as calorie roughen Perry did last year. So you get stuck in this sort of quicksand like gravel, which is called fresh fish. Is the local term. And so it's quite an interesting combination of you can not go flat out on this event. There are too many areas where you need to be careful and preserve the cars. It's so rough in places. So it's really going to be a case of who measures it the best in terms of going flat out when they know they can, but also making sure the car is safe and healthy. So you reach the finish. It's going to be a real rally of attrition. Yeah, organizers know what they're doing in terms of clearing the way. But how do they clear the way of the animals and to try and keep them clear of the cars? In the old days, every crew used to have its own helicopter run ahead, but they don't have like these days. So there is a helicopter that goes through and a double zero car, which goes through to make sure the stage is clear before anyone comes in. But one of the tools that some of the teams run to sort of help scare wildlife away so they don't have any trouble with they run a special flashing light system on their headlights. So they're constantly flashing, which is hopefully which hopes to catch the eye of any animal and sort of warn them that there's a car coming. So there's some little clever little tools I have, but largely speaking, there isn't a great deal you can do, but the organizers do the best I can to make sure that there is no dramas. The last rally out was a warm one, but what are the conditions going to be like for the drivers and inside the cars, these new hybrid cars? Yes, so in Sardinia, they ran some tweaked modifications to the cars to combat this increased temperatures in the cockpit. Sardinia was incredibly hard, 40°. We're not looking like we're going to exceed 25 here in Kenya. So it's going to be a lot easier, shall we say on the cruise, not no less tough, but the temperatures won't be as high. There is also a threat of rain on every day. So which could also throw a spanner in the works. So yeah, the conditions are very mixed. It's going to be a real challenge for all of them. Kelly Robin perra arrives there with a 50 point lead over Thierry Neville. Tell us about the form going into this event. So yeah, Kelly obviously had a quiet event last time in Sardinia, which was going to be a tough one for him to open the road, always going to be very difficult for him there. With the way that the roads are, so dusty and tight and compact..
"richard burns" Discussed on Past Gas
"Carlos made a habit of winning inaugural rallies, and this was not by chance. His teammates credited signed success to his intense preparation and his insistence on testing and getting the most out of his cars in difficult conditions. Signs got third place again in 1997, finishing behind McEnany and mccray, despite winning again in Indonesia and acropolis. Man, this dude just rocks acropolis every time. He rocks acropolis. He loves Greece. He loves, is that Zeke. If there's one thing we're good at on this podcast, it's boiling down entire cultures into one dish. Side dish. Yeah. I need to travel more. I mean, the only exposure I have to Greek food is like when we order Mediterranean and that's not even like exclusively Greek. Yeah. It's Mediterranean. It's a region out of country. I'm ignorant, and I'm sorry. My sister went to Mykonos. I'd love to go to Mykonos. I'd love to go to Santorini and see all those. Oh, yeah. You know, white houses, I thought that was Mykonos. I think it's a theme with Greece is to, you know, blue and white, like the flag. That's right. It looks awesome. I'd love to see the coliseum. That's in Rome. I know. I'd love to see the acropolis. I'd love to drift a car around it. I'd love to see the Parthenon. Look, if you're a past gas listener from Greece, email us, tell us what kind of cool cars you have and where we should go if we ever travel there. We'd love to hear. Dude, we're going to go to the Parthenon, which is, I guess, near acropolis, or a temple on the Athenian acropolis. Yeah, so. That's the big one on the top of the mountain that you see in every picture. That's so sick. Sorry for that side. Now, the highlight of 1997 for signs might have been winning the race of champions, the only motor sport event featuring drivers from Formula One, WRC, IndyCar and NASCAR going head to head in identical cars. Once you know it, signs beat mccray in the final round. Race of champions is pretty cool. We might have to do something about that. Yeah, we should. Let us know if you want to hear an episode on that. Signs went back to Toyota in 1998, where he drove the corolla world rally car to victory in his first race, back at the Monte Carlo rally. He went on to win the New Zealand rally and was only two points behind the leader Tommy mackinnon headed into the final event, the rally of Great Britain. This time, victory seemed certain for signs when McEnany was retired on the first day, signs only had to finish fourth or better to win his third championship. Signs was in fourth place an imposition to secure the championship when his corolla's engine gave out only 300 meters from the finish line. Oh no. The engine blew a hole in it, the car wouldn't start. Luis moya threw his helmet through the car's rear window in what would unfortunately become an iconic moment of moya and signs his career. The loss was almost surreal in how heartbreaking it was for the pair. Moya recalls quote, I remember a football player from the Barcelona team, a good friend of mine. He said, I can't imagine. I'm trying to hit the last penalty in a football match in the World Cup and I miss it. I said, no, no, no. Imagine that the ball explodes. We didn't miss it. Signs still doesn't talk much about the event, recalling it mostly as a learning experience. I mean, 300 meters couldn't you just run out and push it? Maybe. That'd be my heart would explode. The letdown from 1998 bled into the following year where signs finished just 5th overall with no wins. Toyota won the manufacturer's title, but dropped out of WRC the following year to focus more on Formula One. Signs was forced to find a new home yet again, so he went to one he was familiar with, returning to Ford for the third time in teaming up once again with Colin McRae. These guys just can't get enough of each other. No. Signs one that inaugural Cyprus rally, which was thrown together in just four months to replace the China rally. Signs relentless preparation paid off again as he led the race from start to finish on what would have been a new level playing field for everyone. Sims finished third in points that season driving the Ford focus RS WRC. This is a sick car. 2001 wasn't signs best season. He didn't score a single victory, but remained competitive enough to finish 6 overall, only 11 points behind that year's champion. Subaru's Richard burns, Richard burns, Richard burns rally. Dick burns. Still a dick burns. Science finished third in 2002, one point ahead of McRae before Ford decided to reduce the contracts of their two drivers to focus on improving their cars. Signs and McRae left for citron in 2003, but this time signs co driver Lewis moya left him due to a disagreement over a contract. The two would remain friends because their Spanish said moya. I'm more of an open person. I'm more of an open person. I speak more than Carlos and I think that's why the relationship was so good. For 15 years, we lived in a cubic meter together. Of course we had some moments that were difficult. Of course there were big silences. But we always got back together. And science said, I have very much enjoyed being partners. I probably pissing off so many Spaniards right now. Spain's number one automotive history podcast. Past gas. No, I'm. Nevertheless, signs push forward and drove the last two seasons of his rally career with his new co driver, Mark Marty. Signs one yet another inaugural rally in turkey. This dude just can not be stopped at least for the first race. Solidifying his reputation as the winner of new events. This is also the citron Zara's first win on gravel, sorry if I butchered that name, proving it was a car for all surfaces. It's spelled XS ARA Zara. That makes sense to me. Yeah. Science mccray and Sebastian Loeb drove Citroen to a manufacturer's title in 2003 in Citroen's first full season in the WRC. And that would go on to be kind of a dynasty itself with Loeb, right? Yeah, Sebastian Loeb, freaking monster in this car. In 2004, Carlos won his 26th and final WRC victory at rally Argentina. This was a WRC record at the time. It was a left, but it was one of the best, said signs. I'm sorry to be that guy that relates everything to racing simulators, but Argentina is probably one of the hardest courses in dirt rally. The course itself is like a super narrow dirt road that goes through a bunch of volcanic rock. Yeah. It's like, if they had a rally on Venus or something, it looks like that. It's insane, dude. And it's really cool because the crowd is all perched up on top of the rocks. But man, to win that. So even finish that is a feat in itself. Yeah, I would imagine that volcanic rock when it gets wet is probably really slippery. Yeah. Well, looking at it, I'm sure it's some of its volcanic. Yeah. Yeah, so. Well, that's right on the line of fire. What do they call it? Oh..
The Autosport Podcast
"richard burns" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
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The Autosport Podcast
"richard burns" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"He tried everything, you know. You know, you don't remember if you had so much passion for this board and also driving for Subaru at that time with the English team was a big big thing. But I felt that was a terrible situation at least that's happening in safari and other things. You know, he was not, you know, I remember now you know that with when we were naked and having a helmet in front of our picture, I will never forget because this is something he would never do. And he did it. And he's also a little bit shocked for sure I was there at the image together a little bit shocking, you know, but he was he was really found like you said, you know, besides beside the car and also another remember I remember, and I was in there. I think it was in Cyprus. I think and then we had, I think also after the rally. And then he ordered wine and I was so embarrassed, you know? So he order wine and they came and they tried to do like it. No, I was another one. So we got another bottle, open it. And I said, well, please, you know, please say yes, that is good now because they start to get amazing and try to not like it get a new bottle. And they came up to see four buckles before he liked it and I said seriously, you know, the wine is a wine just take it, you know? It doesn't matter, you know? And I want to know it's wine and stuff. So that I remember I was very embarrassed. He went to things right..
News/Talk/Sports 94.9 WSJM
"richard burns" Discussed on News/Talk/Sports 94.9 WSJM
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Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"richard burns" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"I deduct that. But jean day was looking to see whether you would deliver the same contempt as richard burns main emphasis. Yeah i can easily. That was not like this is a street. But i would have done date at that. Very upset listen to five is about to find that. Say but no it is. It's so i as well as fund enough as well as laurie. Anderson's another thing that i'd have factum me around that age was jeff wayne's war I loved it. Cousin hugh who was about five years old the me and therefore god Introduced me to war. The world's gerry rafferty and lord of the rings. So i've always associated those things and damn wore the world's off the double album sleeve the illustrations. All out this album. They know mainly talking about this. Yeah the whole show. I'm going to do the second half of it for the last three. I loved it and so again grew up with all the time played my daughter with a the whole thing and then i got a message. My agent sent me a message. I think it might have been the same day as i got the stove and said michael. Jeff wayne's been in touch. Do you wanna do a new version of war of the worlds. I said i'm in So i went to jeff wayne studio. We did the whole thing but he wasn't allowed to do the actual song right. I think because they're owned by someone else. I really but he but all the music from it and then they kind of extent. They put more drama. Because it's for audible taryn edgerton. Yes rocket man plays david essay ethically adrian. Engine evanston didn't realize until after these really good and and i get to do the richard. So i go to go to jeff wayne's studio and one day he said to me 'cause you knew much. I'm such a fan that when we had to do a little bit of a like interview behind the scenes interview on camera started crying. I can see a patent. I said this album. In fact i started crying in front of such events so that he said i'm going to go all the original recordings here and he did that they. Do you ever watch classic albums. Have you ever seen those documentary shows. Classic albums on he used to be on netflix. I don't if they still. I've watched all of them. I love that format where they someone is sitting at. A big mixing told them about well. You ask When we wanted mix vocal there was some engineers. And you've listened to all the individual. Jeff did for me with the world so i knew that album inside out into study playing individual bits and then even played me a richard burton in the booth going. Join a bit foster. Bit slower more dramatic a major amazing but like recently. I've not recent. Listen to david tennant. Who does the book is. The scott issue eight does stay. Does the audio book. Just listen to that. And it's an amazing story. And then i thought i'm michael sheen. He never mentioned. And so i was i was. I was extremely familiar with. It's interesting audiobooks. That's quite few. Hd altogether it's worth getting. I'm gonna say this for free to those some people on a pub paid for publicizing this. I'm doing this for free is a very good actually. Was books are amazing. You've played extremely really way ahead of time. When you're cajun read the one way and then read them another way. It's it's a. it's a great book. Company was going with that. But i do. Some people believe that he invented the intimate right because he because he was a writer. Yeah but he came up with this idea of a constantly updated encyclopedia so the idea of something that retained information that was constantly being updated all the time. Yeah essentially what what. I like that. A jeff wayne's world is that it retains my favorite which is the journalist or whatever. Is linda ride a bike on the week that the aliens come deals that replaces dig ninety five win but jeff wayne summer camp after say jackson's version. I'm going to go that far. How j you butts he vastly improves. The world's by making the wife big old girlfriend figure story from the brothers useless. Yes at the book. Yeah but it's also. I was gonna say david some people when they're reading your book it says read by sofi. What's face has a name. Probably and but david tendons performed performed by david. David doesn't read a book. I think doesn't act to book dated perform but a high recommend board was an all for all its format. I think as we're the world's come out of copyright or something recently because now we need to tv versions one. We did contaminant. They've done some semi link been writing about a lot of my blog and something a link to this and interactive as anyone big interactive world. The world's three day experience. We got shot by martians. Wow well jeff wayne's he's getting a little bit of a little bit and he does a big light. Show i am. ricky wilson. Played the artilleryman in one of the live shows. No that's not going out that picasso. Do my dog much today routine again. Which chris evans. There is a interesting little very niche sub-genre of of films or stories which is people who ultimately end up writing a story of making a film about the destruction of their hometown right. Hdl's is one because the area that gets decimated up. That's what i love about it. It's not chopping these aliens. They've all fucking london job or anywhere they would go and another one in that sub-genre is hot fuzz at garage s which is which he filmed in his hometown because he wanted to just trash the place. There must be loads of other ones. But i don't have you ever seen a ufo good questionable. I have no. Have you ever seen one. i believe. Okay good i think as well job this is what made me think of it because i was thinking. Yeah trump aliens. We go that. I think paul talbot where i come from is on some weird alien map. It's like some sort of stop off. It's like it's like the little chef of all the galaxy because when we moved into the house where my mom and dad still living where i grew up we moved when i was about eight lady lived next door live on a i call it among other people say it's a hill. We live on a mountain and at.
"richard burns" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"Shock in Toronto across the nation states have passed at least 90 laws restricting abortions in this legislative year. NPR's Sarah McCammon reports. The previous record was set in 2011 when states passed 89 abortion restrictions over the course of the entire year. This year's new record comes as the U. S. Supreme Court is preparing to consider a challenge to a Mississippi law that bans most abortions after 15 weeks. That's well before a fetus could live outside of a woman's body. If the court upholds that law, it would open the door for new state abortion restrictions that have long been considered unconstitutional under existing precedent. The analysis by the Guttmacher Institute, which supports abortion rights, also notes that several states have taken steps to expand or protect access to abortion, including repealing decades old restrictions on the procedure. Sarah McCammon. NPR NEWS Washington In the Philippines. At least 31 people died when a C 1 30 aircraft carrying combat troops crashed while landing in the southern province. 29 soldiers aboard and two people on the ground died. The BBC's Michael Bristowe reports 50 have been hospitalized. The aircraft was carrying more than 90 people, most of them soldiers who just finished their basic training. They were being deployed to fight militants who operate in the southern Philippines. Hercules transport a crash several kilometers from Hollows Airport. Some soldiers apparently jumped just before it came down. Photographs show the aircraft engulfed in flames and plumes of smoke billowing above. Ahead of the armed forces, said the plane supplied to the Philippines by the United States had missed the runway and then try to regain power before crashing. The incident is not being treated as an attack. The BBC's Michael Bristowe. This is NPR. New York City is getting its first museum dedicated to LGBTQ history and culture. NPR's Anastasia Sulcus reports that the new museum will be part of the oldest museum in the city. The New York Historical Society. The American LGBT Q plus museum is scheduled to open sometime around 2024. It will take up a floor of the newly expanding New York Historical Society, which is adding 70,000 ft to its existing space overlooking Central Park West, Although the seed of an idea for such a museum has been circulating for decades. The project really got off the ground with fundraising in 2017, the museum's board chair, Richard Burns told The New York Times that the idea is to document the birth and history of the queer movement, he said, quote We better record this history integrated and celebrated before we lose it. Anastasiades SILICA AS NPR NEWS NEW YORK Tyson Foods is recalling nearly £8.5 million of frozen fully cooked chicken. At issue is a concern over possible listeria contamination. The products were made at a plant in Missouri between the end of December in the middle of April. Tyson and the U. S. Department of Agriculture jointly announced the recall. Last night. The CDC also issued a food safety alert, pointing to three illnesses..
News Radio 1190 KEX
"richard burns" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"For the team here while they enjoy their president's Day off. We have a lot to get to coming up in a bit. I'll be joined by an author and historian to talk about the history of President's Day how it started and how it changed over time to become the current holiday that we celebrate each year. Also a senior economic analyst at Bankrate will check in Offer up some analysis on the jobless numbers that came out last week and the overall state of the economy, so that and a whole lot more is on the way to get things started. The big story from this past weekend was the Senate failing to reach the two thirds majority needed to convict former President Donald Trump on a charge of insurrection, incitement. The article of impeachment that was passed by the House of Representatives following the January 6th attack on the U. S. Capitol. Final vote was 57 43 with 57 senators, including seven Republicans, finding the former president guilty and 43 senators, all Republicans, finding him not guilty. Despite the acquittal. It was the most bipartisan margin in favor of conviction in U. S history. Here was Senate Pro TEM Patrick Leahy, announcing the results of the vote. The ayes are 57 The nays are 43. Two thirds of centre's president on having 40 guilty. The senator and judges that responded Donald John Trump, former president, United States Is not guilty as charged. The article compete for Design. Ouster. Drugs judgment to be entered in accordance with the judgment of the Senate as follows the seven Senate having tried Donald John Trump, former president eyes taste upon one article of impeachment. Exhibited against him by the House representatives in two thirds of senators present. Not having found him guilty of the charge contained there in it is therefore ordered in a judge. That he said Donald John Trump, be it He is hereby acquitted of the charge in CID are Seven Republicans who voted to convict former President Trump were Richard Burn, Bill Cassidy, Susan Collins, Lisa Murkowski, Mitt Romney, Ben Sasse and Pat Toomey. Although Senate Minority leader Mitch McConnell voted to acquit, he would go on to make a scathing speech on the Senate floor following the proceedings. Here's some of what he had to say. There's no question done. President Trump is practically And Marley responsible. For provoking the events. Good day. No question about it. People to storm this building believed they were acting on the wishes. And instructions. Their president. McConnell would then spend some time discussing ways the former president could still be held accountable. President Trump is still liable for everything he did while he was in office. As an ordinary citizen. Unless the statute of limitations is Iran still liable for everything you did? What is an office? Didn't get away with anything. Yeah. Yeah. We have a criminal justice system in this country. We have civil litigation. Former presidents are not immune from being accountable by either one now. Before the vote On Saturday, some drama unfolded in the chamber as House impeachment managers first look to call witnesses but then abandoned their plans. The Senate actually voted 55 to 45 to call at least one witness with Republicans. Collins SAS Romney more Kowski And Graham all voting with the Democrats. The trial then went into recess is both sides worked on a deal. They agreed that rather than calling for witnesses to testify, which could have dragged the proceedings out for days, possibly even weeks. They would instead submit a statement from Republican representative Jamie Herrera Butler Instead. Butler, one of 10 House Republicans to vote to impeach Trump became the focus of the trial after issuing a statement Friday night, saying House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy told her he pleaded with then President Trump to go on TV and call off the riots on January 6. Trump refused to do so for hours. House manager Eric Swalwell explained the decision not to call witnesses. The issue in our case with Republican senators was not a.
KOA 850 AM
"richard burns" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"We have a lot to get to coming up in a bit. I'll be joined by an author and historian to talk about the history of President's Day how it started and how it changed over time. Become the current holiday that we celebrate each year. Also a senior economic analyst at Bankrate will check in to offer up some analysis on the jobless numbers that came out last week and the overall state of the economy, so that and a whole lot more is on the way to get things started. The big story from this past weekend was the Senate failing to reach the two thirds majority needed to convict former President Donald Trump on a charge of insurrection, incitement, the article of impeached Then there was passed by the House of Representatives following the January 6th attack on the U. S Capitol. The final vote was 57 43 with 57 senators, including seven Republicans, finding the former president guilty and 43 senators, all Republicans, finding him not guilty. Despite the acquittal. It was the most bipartisan margin in favor of conviction in U. S history. Here was Senate Pro TEM Patrick Leahy announcing the results of the vote. The ayes are 57. The nays are 43. Two thirds of centre's president on having 40 guilty. The senator judges that's responded Donald John Trump, former president, United States Is not guilty as charged the article impeachment His eye. Oster drugs judgment to be entered in accordance with the judgment of the Senate as Paul's the seven Senate having tried Donald John Trump, former president, I stayed on one article of impeachment. Exhibit against him by the House representatives and two thirds of senators present. Not having found him guilty of the charge contained there in It is therefore ordered and a judge. That, he said Donald John Trump be and he is hereby acquitted of the charge in CID are Seven Republicans who voted to convict former President Trump were Richard Burn, Bill Cassidy, Susan Collins, Lisa Murkowski, Mitt Romney, Ben Sasse and Pat Toomey. Although Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell voted to acquit, you would go on to make a scathing speech on the Senate floor following the proceedings. Here's some of what he had to say. There's no question gun. But President Trump is practically And morally responsible. For provoking the events. Good day. No question about it..
Newsradio 970 WFLA
"richard burns" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"We have a lot to get to coming up in a bit. I'll be joined by an author and historian to talk about the history of President's Day how it started and how it changed over time. Become the current holiday that we celebrate each year. Also a senior economic analyst at Bankrate will check in to offer up some analysis on the jobless numbers that came out last week and the overall state of the economy, so that and a whole lot more is on the way to get things started. The big story from this past weekend was the Senate failing to reach the two thirds majority needed to convict former President Donald Trump on a charge of insurrection, incitement, the article of impeached Then there was passed by the House of Representatives following the January 6th attack on the U. S Capitol. The final vote was 57 43 with 57 senators, including seven Republicans, finding the former president guilty and 43 senators, all Republicans, finding him not guilty. Despite the acquittal. It was the most bipartisan margin in favor of conviction in U. S history. Here was Senate Pro TEM Patrick Leahy announcing the results of the vote. The ayes are 57. The nays are 43 2 3rd of senators president having 40 guilty The senator judges that responded Donald John Trump, former president, United States Is not guilty as charged the article impeachment Design officer. Drugs judgment to be entered in accordance with the judgment of the Senate as Paul's the seven Senate having tried Donald John Trump Former president on stage upon one article of impeachment Exhibited against him by the House representatives and two thirds of senators present. Not having found him guilty of the charge contained there in It is therefore ordered and a judge. That they said John Trump, be it he is hereby acquitted of the charge in CID are Seven Republicans who voted to convict former President Trump were Richard Burn, Bill Cassidy, Susan Collins, Lisa Murkowski, Mitt Romney, Ben Sasse and Pat Toomey. Although Senate Minority leader Mitch McConnell voted to acquit, he would go on to make a scathing speech on the Senate floor following the proceedings. Here's some of what he had to say. There's no question none. President Trump is practically And morally responsible. For provoking the event. Of the day. No question about it. People who stormed this building believed they were acting on the wishes. And instructions. Their president. McConnell would then spend some time discussing ways the former president could still be held accountable. President Trump is still liable for everything he did while he was in office. As an ordinary citizen. Left. The statute of limitations is wrong Syllable for everything. You do it. What is an office? Didn't get away with anything. Yeah. Yeah. We have a criminal justice system in this country. We have civil litigation. Former presidents are not immune from being accountable by either one now. Before the vote On Saturday, some drama unfolded in the chamber as House impeachment managers first look to call witnesses but then abandoned their plans. The Senate actually voted 55 to 45 to call at least one witness with Republicans. Collins SAS Romney more Kowski And Graham all voting with the Democrats. The trial then went into recess is both sides worked on a deal. They agreed that rather than calling for witnesses to testify, which could have dragged the proceedings out for days, possibly even weeks. They would instead submit a statement from Republican representative Jamie Herrera Butler Instead. Butler, one of 10 House Republicans to vote to impeach Trump became the focus of the trial after issuing a statement Friday night, saying, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy told Yuri pleaded with then President Trump to go on TV and call off the riots on January 6th. Trump refused to do so for hours. House manager Eric Swalwell explained the decision not to call witnesses. The issue in our case with Republican senators was.
"richard burns" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Operatic. Sorry, you two just a bunch of fascists that can't play you the theme tune from space night if you just if you don't know what I'm talking about after the show, Trick out Space 1999 Don't tell Jeff. It's science fiction on Listen to the main theme. Fabulous. Um, It's funny. I treated each of these hours like a separate thing. You know why I do that? Is that a radio thing? Can you bleed over from one hour to the other Because I was ranting about Neil Cavuto and his segment on Well, Obama is so lovely. Richard Burns and celebrating his friendship with Obama, and I forgot to say if you wanna have some fun TV experience. Then tonight, I'll be on with Greg Kelly. Yes, Greg Kelly reports that news MAGS The show, which is rushing Fox. Well done. He's Max. Well done. Great, Kelly. We will be discussing the national god scandal. Water after scandal. One Massachusetts congressman sees a guardsman, not in Congress. Blocks away at a Dunkin Donuts without his mask on And what does he do? He orders the Capitol police to kick 5000 Guardsmen. Out of Congress so they can sleep on the concrete floor off a car park. What a disgrace. Here's the good news. Don't forget seven o'clock. Kelly. Tonight on Newsmax. This'll is from a buddy Amanda pressed the Geico, mo at the Daily wire. Good news is that this is how this is leadership. Republican Florida Governor run the Santis Friday morning announced that he has ordered back home Florida National Guard troops sent to Washington to secure Biden's inauguration. Governor. Dissent is this is from his order. Hey, ordered the guards to come home because quote they're not Nancy Pelosi's servants. This is a half cocked permission at this point, and I think the appropriate thing is to bring them home. A. That's, according to the Miami Herald, Tallahassee bureau. Right after he did that God bless strong dissent is Governor Greg Abbots of Texas also took action. I have instructed General Norris Toe order the return of the Texas National Guard to our state. Earlier in the week, Governor Abbott ripped into the so called loyalty screening off tens of thousands of National Guard troops sent to D C for the inauguration, he said. The following This is the most offensive thing I have ever heard. No one should ever question the loyalty or professionalism of the Texas National Guard. I have authorized more than 1000 of our troops to go to D. C. I will never do it again if they are disrespected like this. Bravo! Bravo, Governors, Abbots and the Santis. Okay, go lots. Of course. We're going to get to your calls. But some cuts we have to share with you because they're that good staying on this issue of Who the real enemies are. How they're going to abuse your civil rights. Jessie Waters on folks making a very interesting comparison to the post 9 11 environment and what we had been peddled for years. By the mainstream media and Democrat politicians. And how now? That old seems to be different. Video cut five pickups I remember during the war on terror. When there is a terror attack and all these body parts or flying all over the world. And you guys on the left were always quick to say. You know, You can't link that to Islam. You can't use that to justify spying on all Muslims. But here When infant testable amount of Trump supporters caused violence. You're ready to conflict it, you're ready to condemn all Trump supporters and take the entire national security state. And investigate them like they're like radical domestic terrorists. Just because they voted for change. You can't have it both ways. Yeah, but they're going to try. We will lectured. For 20 years. Oh, jihadi it. No, that That's not Islam. You can't General 19 that. No, just a couple of crazy radicals, poor people. Despite the fact that there were well educated engineer from Saudi Arabia, Egypt and elsewhere. But you can't you cannot generalize to a whole population. It's wrong. Boat, but a handful of people break some windows in Congress. And White trump voters are now the domestic threat. Think was Dave Rubin just now ago. Also in our discussion we had on his show earlier today. Not my words. It was Nazis that we were labeled If you voted for Donald Trump your white supremacists that you're not remember We played the card from Don lemon this week. You are if you voted for Donald Trump, you are standing with the KKK. The narrative is evolving. Next already. It's you are a domestic terrorist. That's How they will attempt To criminalize being a conservative and we cannot allow them to do that..
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"richard burns" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Of these hours like a separate thing. You know why I do that? Is that a radio thing? Can you bleed over from one hour to the other Because I was ranting about Neil Cavuto and his segment on Obama is so lovely Richard Burns and celebrating his friendship with Obama, and I forgot to say if you wanna have some fun TV experience. Then tonight, I'll be on with Greg Kelly. Yes, Greg Kelly reports that Newsmax the show, which is rushing Fox. Well done. He's Max. Well done. Great, Kelly. We will be discussing the National God scandal utter utter scandal. One Massachusetts congressman sees A guardsman, not in Congress blocks away at a Dunkin Donuts without his mask on And what does he do? He orders the Capitol police to kick 5000 Guardsmen. Out of Congress so they can sleep on the concrete floor off a car park. What a disgrace. Here's the good news. Don't forget seven o'clock. Kelly. Tonight on Newsmax thistles from our body, Amanda pressed the Geico, mo at the daily wire. Good news is that this is how this is Lou Ship. Republican Florida Governor Rhonda Santis Friday morning announced that he has ordered back home Florida National Guard troops sent to Washington to secure Biden's inauguration. Governor. Dissent is this is from his order. Hey, ordered the guards to come home because quote they're not Nancy Pelosi's servants. This is a half cocked to mission at this point, and I think the appropriate thing is to bring them home. That's according to the Miami Herald Tallahassee bureau. Right after he did that God bless run. The Santis Governor Greg Abbots of Texas also took action. I have instructed General Norris Toe order the return of the Texas National Guard to our state. Earlier in the week, Governor Abbott ripped into the so called loyalty screening off tens of thousands of National Guard troops sent to D C for the inauguration, he said. The following This is the most offensive thing I have ever heard. No one should ever question the loyalty or professionalism of the Texas National Guard. I have authorized more than 1000 of our troops to go to D. C. I will never do it again if they are disrespected like this. Bravo! Bravo, Governors, Abbott and the Santis. Okay, go lots. Of course. We're going to get to your calls. But some cuts we have to share with you because they're that good. Staying on this issue of who the real enemies are. How they're going to abuse your civil rights. Jessie Waters on Fox making a very interesting comparison to the post 9 11 environment and what we have been peddled. For years. By the mainstream media and Democrat politicians. And how now? Old seems to be different. Video cut five pickups I remember during the war on terror. When there is a terror attack and all these body parts or flying all over the world. And you guys on the left were always quick to say. You know, You can't link that to Islam. You can't use that to justify spying on all Muslims. But here When a new infant testable amount of Trump supporters caused violence. You're ready to conflict it. You're ready to condemn all Trump supporters and take the entire national security state and investigate them like they're like radical domestic terrorists just because they voted for change. You can't have it both ways. Yeah, but they're going to try. We will lectured. For 20 years. Oh, jihadi know that That's not Islam. You can't General 19 that. No, just a couple of crazy radicals, poor people. Despite the fact that there were well educated engineer from Saudi Arabia, Egypt and elsewhere, But you can't you cannot generalize to a whole population. It's wrong. Boat, but a handful of people break some windows in Congress. And White trump voters are now the domestic threat. Think was Dave Rubin. Just now ago. Also in our discussion we had on his show earlier today. Not my words. It was Nazis that we were labeled. If you voted for Donald Trump your white supremacists that you're not remember We played the card from Don lemon this week. You are If you vote for Donald Trump, you are standing with the KKK. The narrative is evolving. Next already. It's you are a domestic Terrorist. That's How they will attempt To criminalize being a conservative and we cannot allow them to do that. To any American purely based on political preference. Okay, let's go to your calls. It's Friday and when it is always busy on a Friday, California line five Welcome back, Antoinette. Hey, Dr G. Thank you so very much. I have to say today's Friday, Right? Thank the good Lord. We are, you know, a little faster than your brain a little mentally exhausted, but we've dusted ourselves off Come up back off the floor. Weir's warrior women of our country and pleasures did go to Washington, D C. We're not giving up but next. Oh, also your guest. You had a little bit before I have a Walter PPK. My dad gave me. Ooh, Is it one of the original ones? Yes, it is's Oh, you're very lucky lady onto a matter very lucky. We've got some great firing range is here in the OC, so getting back to go ahead? Yes. So Orange County, Southern California. So next Saturday, which is the 30th. We're going to do a car rally which is our rally for the voiceless. Ah, march for life. So we're you know, we're changing our cares Just a little, but this is for The voice of the voiceless next Saturday, which is the 30 years we're going to do it so well, where you going To do this Rick are rally for the unborn. From Dana Point to Huntington Beach in our cars were meeting at 10 30 in the morning at the Strands Beach parking lot, which is real close to the Ritz Carlton there in Orange County, Dana Point. So from that Strand Beach parking lot. We meet at 10 30 in the morning, and then we're going to be driving in a rally with signs and we'll have all that stuff for everybody. To Huntington Beach. This this this is why I know we're going to win. This is why I simply cannot despair because Antoinette has been calling in regularly telling us about the Trump the pro trump events she's been organizing in California. And it's okay. Donald Trump may be back in Mar a Lago, but she doesn't give up. Then she's shifting gear to help the most vulnerable in society, the unborn and they got to have a car rally. If you're in Orange County. If you're close to Orange County mark her words next Friday's next Friday is that right? No next Saturday. The 30th next Saturday the 30th 10, 30 Pacific time the Strands, beach parking lot in your vehicle and they're going to have a car rally. Onto on it. I don't know how I can. Thank you..
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"richard burns" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Barbershop thrived, offering shaves and trims to a procession of bankers, stock exchange traders, lawyers and office workers. Barber's name was Frederick Trump. The same year that he opened the shop. His wife gave birth to a boy named Fred. Many years passed and the barber shop closed and the old 60 Wall Street gave weight in 1989. You a new A new 60 Wall Street, a 47 story tower topped with a distinctive pyramid roof. For a time it was home to J. P. Morgan and company. Then the bank left and in 2005 Deutscher banks started relocating its American staff displaced ever since 9 11. It was new home at 60, Wall Street. And so Frederick Trump's grandson, born to Fred's wife in 1946, became an occasional visitor to the site of his grandfather's old barbershop. Deutsches relationship with Donald Trump had only deepened since Mike off it left Justice Justin Kennedy. This is the son of Justice Anthony Kennedy. Justin Kennedy, now a managing director, had become a key point contact for Trump. And help chaperone large real estate deals for him through the bank. Kennedy's role was to find customers to buy portions of loans after Doi should dispense the money Ah, process that allowed Deutsche Bank to make a larger loans than it otherwise could have. Kennedy sometimes sat with Trump in his luxury box at the U. S Open tennis tournament or at Manhattan nightclubs where Trump would park himself at a table in the corner facing outward holding court like a Mafia Don Now, with Kennedy's encouragement, Deutscher hurried along a Henry Velarde like path. In 2000 the bank and plunks down another 150 million to be used for the renovations of Trump's building at 40 Wall Street. The next year, Deutsche agreed to extend Trump a mortgage worth more than $900 million. At the time, the largest ever on a con a single property so he could buy the General Motors building on the southeastern corner of New York Central Park. Trump already owned half of the 50 story building. He wanted the rest. In 2002. Deutsch agreed to refinance about 70 million that he owed on some of his Atlantic City casinos. Those loans came out of Deutsches Commercial Real estate division, which Kennedy was helping to run. Not everyone who is enamored with Trump. Seth Wall give you a U. G. H one of Edison's many Merrill Lynch recruits and the head of Deutsche is American operations learned around 2001 of the bank was planning to lend Trump about $500 million to use as he wished basically an unrestricted cash infusion. Stabilized, the developers fly flagging. Finances. Why had previously witnessed up close the carnage that Trump could inflict on imprudent financial institutions. Admiral Edison had assigned him the task of mopping up after Trump defaulted on nearly $700 million of bonds that Merrill had helped sell for his Taj Mahal casino in Atlantic City. Wall was in no hurry to repeat the experience that Gorsha voice strong objections to the proposed new loan to Trump in which Trump would not have had to put up any hard assets as collateral, and the deal soon died. Yet Joyce is broader Trump relationship rumbled on. In 2003, another arm of Deutsche, if focused on helping companies raise money by selling stocks and bonds to investors agreed to work with Trump. The point man on this part of the relationship was Richard Burn. Another Merrill veteran who had been involved in the Taj Mahal debacle Burn had helped sell the ill fated Taj bonds to investors. Now Trump hired Burns Group of Deutsche to issue bonds for his trouble. Trump Hotel and Casino Resorts Burn knew this would be an uphill battle. Not only a Trump defaulted in the past, but he also had recently been taunting and investors that he might stop paying back. Another out stand other outstanding bonds. Why didn't want didn't warn burn about the recently rejected $500 million loan and some burn, organized a road show for Trump to meet with and try to win over big institutional investors. He escorted Trump to meetings all over New York and Boston. Every stop. Boardrooms and auditoriums were jammed with traders, fund managers, senior executives and secretaries curious to see the Donald show and Trump didn't disappoint Iraqi rolled, he delivered wildly optimistic and inconsistent financial projections. Afterward, Trump called burned. Asked how much money they've raised. The answer, Alas, was virtually zero Burn braced for an explosion. As he explained to trump that, though he'd been treated like a celebrity. Nobody trusted him with their money. Some took the rejection in stride. Let me talk to your sales people he requested. Earn, agreed and Trump came to deliver a pep talk. Fellas. I know this isn't the easiest thing you've all had to sell, he acknowledged. But if you get this done, you'll all be my guests at Mar a Lago. Trump was always good at pushing in audiences buttons a weekend with trumpet mar, a lago bragging rights that not even money could buy. And this new incentive did the trick. The salesmen worked. The phones cast a wider net for more clients and managed to sell an impressive $485 million of junk bonds, albeit a high interest rate. The reflected investors fears.