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Rarely Do You See the Creation of a New Political Party
"Rarely do you get to see the creation of new political parties? And we talked yesterday about how Canada has decided to change its form of government from a liberal democracy to actually our democracy not a republic to an authoritarian dictatorship, there are many moments when political parties spring up one of the ones I think of, of course, is the creation of the Republican Party, which had a time place and location. We're not far from it right now, ripon Wisconsin is where the Republican Party was founded in a little schoolhouse right next to a church in downtown ripon. And it was started as an antislavery party. They had one issue. Antislavery. And that was basically post federalist anti federalist Whig Party all of a sudden you started to see this new party called the Republican Party, be created. And the Republican Party is called the GOP grand Ole party because it's been around longer than what we would know as the Democrat party. A new parties are created, it's new and it's exciting and usually here isn't a good takeaway, they're focused on one or two issues. Now I'm not saying that we're starting a party that will replace the Republican Party, but the Republican Party has basically become a rien no party anyway, Republican to name only. What does it mean? We use that term rhino a lot. But at a deeper we fundamental level, the Republican Party really is becoming the parents party, the party of normal working class, muscular, labor, people that have responsibility. It's the party of people that have things they are tasked to look after and they want to make sure those things do not get destroyed disintegrated or taken from them. The Republican Party is the party of preservation right now, the Democrat party is the party of confiscation and revolution. Everyone who's voting Republican right now or is interested in voting Republican, they have something they love. They have something they admire. They have something they're tasked morally to look after. Their children, their school, their community, their education, their business, and they're afraid of, let's say, influences, to come and take that from them.
Report Details Problems With and Solutions for Supply Chain Attacks
"It departments need to assess the cybersecurity maturity of the software and hardware products. They buy. That's the recommendation of the european union agency for cybersecurity which looked at the increasing number of cyber attacks that are going through the supply chain. These include attacks on applications like microsoft exchange solar winds o. Rien and most recently kosei say through one supplier and attacker can spread malware too many unfortunately. It departments have to rely on the trustworthiness vendors which means not only end user organizations. Have to be tougher on suppliers. Creators of hardware and software products have to be tough on their cyber security and application development processes so the report says buyers should document their suppliers define risk levels for each and monitor them for risks and threats software and hardware developers should ensure their infrastructure and processes can't be manipulated. There's a full linked to the report which looks at twenty four supply chain attacks in the text version of this podcast at it world. Canada dot com. Here's one of the latest examples of a possible and unusual vector for a supply chain attack. A hospitals pneumatic tube system. A warning has gone out to hospitals using the swiss log. Trans logic t. s. pneumatic tube system for distributing lab specimens and medications the software running. The system has critical vulnerabilities. They were discovered by a security firm called armies. It says the problems could allow an attacker to take over the systems control panel disrupt the system and hold the hospital to ransom. Another possibility is data theft of sensitive patient health. Information swiss log says vulnerabilities could only be leveraged if an attacker i gets into the hospitals. It system
"rien" Discussed on The PoorMansPoetry.com Podcast
"Eight baby shot but it's just like this is like i want to think that you will taste. The difference. May not yet. I'm still a Our but yeah. I mean but honestly no. I missed that the reason why missed era of hip hop is because like you knew who to kinda like look forward sue or look up to some extent like now is like is like we're talking about with the j. situation you feel me same error. Who different toot different. Arenas to an extent but at the same time we both were beneficial. Now it's like there's no benefit from a consumer's perspective because there's so much stuff to consume it's kinda like you put a kid in the candy store by now it allowed it allows it allows you to not have to walk into a type of music light because you got you got the young look asian. That love him bob. They don't wanna hear rapidy rat route when they want to. They want some hip hop. They need some of trip natural. What should we ran. You know right right by no at is the. The purpose of hip hop in first place was communications. Five people now from the coaches. So why would they care about the lessons. As as that's my whole same people do because they want to understand how that person is living in that environment or the area or what they have only but that was the case. J. code will say would have been drake. I mean i am alive bro. I had a jadu major rumor than turn light shot womb abro. Light bro young. Why do road. This man knows music in rob bro by music. New rat by his study name funnel you know so much. I realized that at his age he had to find out he grew up in. He grew up in urban kosher You know saying he like that's the thing we had a search just we will create any no sense although the respect of a man looming to the top. You already know these days is so many avenues. You could be like. i wish it wasn't avenues. It allows it to be like touch so many more people now astro him then is it. Okay 'cause like the arab We spoke about as far as like deja kid in unanimity different peoples from that perspective is in general like the weight means connecting was still hip hop and we. It was relatable because we end up having a savings at favorite rapper and we connect they look yet now we got a podcast the way me and him connected technically on some hip hop type shit right now what you. It's hip hop. So i love for it to be exclusive when his limited because it's kind of like limited pay shoes. Only certain amount could get airbud. Thank you air body wanted but if you got everybody doing it you know what i'm saying. This is this the it can be that way. Then it can be like so it's like nowadays is like if an artist just come out and say like you may say say like like you're the first person is savannah Out about artists. That's hard for my frigging bomb folks. Seattle is you know something like that. Like status audits blows up. Six words eighty. I heard it but maybe it's the dream. Bumbling coming down from made the point. I was saying like from Just saying like say like you're the first person from savannah to hear about this person from six months from now he blows up. You know you can be like okay. Like i was on him in like ours. Like you can be part of that niche group. That was the first person. I wanted to be on them. Valmy guest is probably do do as an rs. You look for that like you love those loans. Because you discovered the newsouth fax saying you'd wanna put the talent out like. Oh you hit the same. Should be rhys all right and but this is all you the other people name shot hit is what would therefore busey o. Rien sat Says that's over. You know what i'm saying. Then couple months go by Rent same allied to talk about the migos so mad because like not only You know i had contact with some of the individuals like this exotic street team. A kudos but You know they will put an offer bando today like a two thousand eleven twelve to lose about Toil study some here. Yeah yeah it wouldn't. It was actually drove. Bando was early. 'cause they had a lot of Round while we was working at the over there. John the limits night. That's cool bando. In that first mistake that wind went on or matter of fact the lately also got locked in it was just take off in cueva. Man is crazy to But yeah for sure. Zane era risky. Like i one of the people who like out Speak nobody experience amount without people savannah By on hit at for the state about pla busey. Oh that was a written statement. That's was announced on that on the western. Anyway lane by gordon solid so back in zebra. I remember seeing you. Which got were anyway. Like i was saying he's had already but so okay. So you said you looking for the newest donald correct colors. So what what. What does the newest sound. How could you describe it. He goes to this trying to shout. Zach channel okay before we get into. That is something the net like the anr can dictate or is that something that the audience can Question remains we'd like as far as like the new sound as far as like what's going to pop up six months from now it's going to be popping a year from now. Is that something that the artists can is that something you know like you know dictating navigate through the years or we we'd oppose we the city we sold like we know tied in like Interview people regular like in order to do you gotta be typing true satellite. So i mean just econ witted you would you do you wake up and you type in this. You don't figure out what you're doing you wake up in dur shit. They're gonna. I think all of us in this room could definitely say got possibly like the same passion for music when it comes down to actually being able to listen and and know what we looking for when it come down to me. I'm still does. I like boffa football. I like for you to bob me to death but at the same time but not but not yet.
"rien" Discussed on The Moratorium
"I would work there. I would send speaking of at actually. This was in the laserdisc thing that i was watching with. Don cosker rally. And reggie reggie worked at sunnyside more dry which was a ring was the original mortuary that they were able to shoot in for the original movie. They just changed the name to morningside after The making of phantasm. Reggie got a job as a floral delivery service. Which just happened to be for sunnyside mortuary and he worked for several years. I think with the sunnyside mortuary in which he got to be in on the embalming process as well right so his finances don't wanna get too into but like so. He is a floral delivery guy. Most of the time But then every once in a while he will get like you know. I guess i wouldn't want to speculate. How much he makes for as an actor in these movies but No telling and he. I mean he isn't a lot of other movies besides These he's also a musician. Don't forget he's gotta be playing gigs. And yeah you're right. I don't know that would just be very Be like so dawn winter. We can we start on the next one actually don. I need to buy a new house. But let's the life of a b. movie so ups and downs now to the film at hand here so we get to stab the tall man. With the embalming fluid that tainted with the hydrochloric acid in the behind the scenes stuff shows nicotera talking about the different heads. They ca- when they brought in the tall man when they brought in angus grim. They did several life of him one in which was that prosthetic head that had the the little tentacle arm come out of also had several different poses of him and agony with his mouth o. Rien very cool effect. I don't know how many heads they had. But this was very very cool but they had them in different levels of deterioration deterioration just oozing. Yeah crying yellow. Embalming fluid out of his skin which is as a cool a fairly. I really liked the flush. Kind of melting off of the hand is very cool looking which they said i think was a wax hand that i think it took several minutes and they used like one of those little heat guy. Yeah yeah to melt it and then kind of sped it up a little bit. Yeah this skin looks very cool. The way it tears and stuff this kind of falls apart. It's gross all's right off the bone and they blow his eyeballs out of assad in slow motion in glorious slow motion that look if i cool to it was a prosthetic hand as well and they did a turn of the head when the is explode right to give it that motion to take away from fact that is a prosthetic couldn't sustain a big close up where they did the same thing with the mouth they were able to animate the mouth of the tall man prosthetic the tentacle thing was coming out of the scalp his way of great practical effect. I mean there's a reason why k in be went on to do many many films and many of our most celebrated. Yeah horror film right. I don't know a ton about the actual business part of it but it seems to me like they probably come in under budget. You know because they find these inventive ways to do something that you know it would cost you know hundreds of thousands of dollars to do with like cgi or something you know and we didn't necessarily talk about the the special effects budget and phantasm which was just really a lot of friends coming together and doing is doing what they could doing. Their own stunts. I got so much more to talk about that..
"rien" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts
"Saudi attacker out front plan on the less so francis on the rien. Kenny burns on the left and in the middle best number nine. It's ever pulled on shirt for us that conflict gab yet. Hey i don't wanna. I don't wanna come across this. Gp but our board. Trevor francis aspiring. There's no one on so unfortunately of missed our jubilee feel terrible about everybody. Unbought gyms right do go online and have a look at the francis for me wrong watch team of what's did you watch him on youtube. It's monday obviously jackie. That exactly you'll chain kind of now. Now look every week whether it's with the next role whoever's picking these tapes you just makes you realize how many complies with over the issue and we're we're chris burke on the other way and east team you think to yourself. Well if not say not often putting weight if we had him a marlon king now squad grab it was just a genius in my eleven was with us long enough. Really kind of the end of his career was look when you look for leicester are mark on some of the just the goes east code but yeah well just world is wasn't they also new the caption a manager to manager barry fry just because i just love of man you may be one of the nicest people ever made and he's just blues through and through isn't he just easily won. We go so if you if you love to get one of the h. e. entertainment on the show. We really would. He wants so he forty between him. And jim smith come to manage assistant managing reserve being better. Go because you gave everything. For the club steven kerr kelly county Kevin dylan's gas. Shell standard saw christopher garay. Obviously but she just told us would you know only purely. Because i think they will have a loved it. I did it before.
"rien" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network
"Join up getting the chat room you can. If you're in blog talk you can join into chat room there. I do have that open. Which i never do but i have opened up for tonight and tammy whenever you and jeremy are down this way. Germany leonard and journal enter over this way or however Definitely give us a call or is open it. Oh dear dear dear dear wonderful people Care on so. I can't say enough about over travelers. They're all incredible. What a support family. We have year as we travel this together. Tonight's a special night everything every night special night when we do this show but we have a dear friend of mine Cat has not met her yet. but we has been connected with me for many years we can make it on facebook Do the paranormal and through different events and stuff. But she came to me and we discussed something and then she has done something magnificent. She has created this very book in front of you. Don't gainers what does he wanna know. This is a collective case. Study of just that. I won't go ahead and introduce we so now if i may i'm gonna read the problem because it's i think it's important to read this so you guys is not natural. I can do natural but We suheil has put together. Extrordinary record a recorded and documented accounts of cases dealing with individuals first hand encounters with the entities known as doppler gainers firsthand accounts of what witnesses experienced in the situations on how and possibly why high they saw them. This includes the o. Rien effects host museum so that it man and his written experiences we suspend a rule period of time gathering and organizing the information for you to the reader a must for those and the paranormal supernatural for gathering evidence and the experiences to help guide those who also may have had the same experiences and who have had questions of reason. Ladies and gentlemen it is our honor to introduce you. To thoroughly suheil raced. Welcome to the orion effect. Thanks for having me guys. Ooh that sounds wonderful introduction. Well i you sound like you've had jeremy and chat. I guess they had a jeremy. And did you say rene also there Tammy is actually in check. Your order mendez. Just collect on a low. Carol bob So we got a me. Oh yes so. I gotta say hi to. Everybody and chat definitely talked in any.
"rien" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Free talk live. We are live radio. Call in talk program where you can take control of the airwaves and talk about whatever is on your mind. The telephone number for you to join us is six zero three two eight three six one six zero again six. Oh three two eight three six one. Six zero is the call in line here in the studio tonight. I am your host. The reverend captain kick ass joining me. It's bonnie and chris and we well. We were just talking about show. Prep because you know that's what we do before the show. We prepare to do the show two minutes before it starts in case any listeners. Were curious as to stream start just a few minutes before the the actual audio start so the anybody who's watching. I d i or twitter. Any of the video streams can see us and often. They'll wonder what we're doing. Or they'll comment Those of you folks who are in the chat rooms and will make many comments about you know oh. I wonder what they're going to have for dinner tonight. Or you know what's in that guy's kappen you know that kind of fun stuff so they make some pretty funny comments. Yes and so. Let's just kick things off with this bit from yoohoo news or yahoo and it has me wondering why would the postal service. That's the united states. Postal service why would they have a law enforcement arm and you're thinking to yourself. Does the post office have a law enforcement arm. And that's what i thought to myself to and it turns out they do and they spying on you. Yup this from yahoo news. The postal service is running a covert operations program that monitors americans social media posts. The post office is monitoring your social media. You know all all different entities that the us government has created over the last couple of hundred years. The postal service is not the one that you would think would be monitoring your social media posts. There were the the. Us military used to do a whole bunch of television commercials back in like the eighties and early nineties and one of their slogans was just telling you what the different branches are like the army. The navy the air force the marines. And then i would always jokingly follow it up with the post office right. Because i'm afraid again like making fun as well and that got thought about until decades later but i would jokingly just sort of lump in the post office with the armed forces and it turns out at least it doesn't look like it was that much of a joke. The law enforcement arm. Yes that's right. The law enforcement arm of the. Us postal service has been quietly running a program that tracks and collects american social media posts including those about planned protests according to a document talking about not having a priority priorities right. You're literally going under. And what are you doing. You're worrying about people's social media posts can look for stuff like planning protests as if that's not Like a right that's written out in the first amendment. Like that should be unconstitutional. Will be entire. Government should be unconstitutional. But we can talk about the. Hey i'm just. I'm just you know. Bring up their own rules. Not not ones. I create it right right. Yeah well and we know from the past that they don't like to follow their own rules either. It's because they make a law for them and not for us so that they can violate it and we can't you can never hold them accountable to the laws they break but if they will hold you accountable the details of the surveillance effort known as i cop or lower case i and then big c. Big oh big p. or internet covert operations program. I comp the post office people get to like now. I'm a cop yes i up you cop. We all compromise. The details have not previously been made public. The work involves having analysts. Trawl through social media sites to look for what the document describes as quote inflammatory postings unquote so like every other post like if not more right i mean. Have you dan on the internet. The internet is really just people either flaming for no reason or arguing. With idiots or memes. Right my favorite part is memes of course but yeah so lots of lots of posts for them to sift through anyway they must be pretty busy. Analysts with the united states postal inspection service also known as the u. s. p. i s. the internet covert operations program or i comp monitored significant activity regarding planned protests occurring internationally. Wait a minute. So they're not monitoring people in the united states no monitoring people external to the sentence goes on to say internationally and domestically on march twentieth twenty. Twenty one wow says. The march sixteenth government bulletin now. Why does that date ring. A bell march sixteenth. What happened o. Rien that's hilarious. That's the day that the many alphabet agencies who were armed to the teeth with tanks and battering rams decided to raid the free talk live studios the mighty move smart the bitcoin embassy arias home they showed up at Colleen's let me get this straight. They monitor everybody social posts just so that they could read. Keene new hampshire. I you know there's such a thing as such a good good use of your tax dollars there. Such a thing as coincidence punch you know anyway. The march sixteenth governments bulletin marked as law enforcement sensitive and distributed throughout the department of homeland security's fusion centers. In addition to the post this apparent. I wonder how many americans that are being monitored by the post office now would agree with their police. Police department in their town of working with the fbi and raids and citizens and it you know what the. I don't know if i should funny. You should probably not be the word. I'm using to describe this. But the postal service actually photographs every single package that goes through it The from and to information. And that's basically made that they can use to like tracks stuff back at a later date so this is not actually like you know. It's kinda messed up to their monitoring. Not only the male but they're monitoring the internet as well but they're already district coney organization that the government uses to spy on us. Yeah why couldn't there be a bunch of public Private say groups. That just have their own post offices.
"rien" Discussed on Eric & Gord What If We're Right?
"So that's the so anybody who's under the hopes of That armageddon movie financial rates come and they're going to send a ship and just sends rockets at it yet. It's not gonna work. you know into armageddon. They were going to split it in half. Yes and hope it splits the earth like. Yeah yes but it could still probably. Yeah if they send something big enough. I guess on my thought my laugh about it would be if they did it. They would nuke it. And then when the thing hit it would have that much more radiation only just thought would happen like it's just coming at us faster and now its nuclear. Just what we want. Thanks thanks china. Another gift from china if they just shoot corona virus at it and it will just put a mask on. And it'll be fine. That's true or wouldn't matter. So nasa has said that more than ninety five percent of near earth asteroids the size of this one were larger have been cataloged and none of them has any chance of impacting our planet over the next century hundred years we are free and clear of any of the big ones from hitting its the smaller ones. Yeah you guys are. The guys that said for. The last hundred years at every single one was going to hit us on. Yeah i'm kinda not taking your word for it anymore now. The other thing. I caught a speaking of space. I thought was kinda neat. Is that beetlejuice which is a large Read they call it a red dwarf But it's like seven hundred times bigger than our sons. this thing is fucking terrifying For those that don't know if you're looking at the sky and you're looking at o. Rien it is a ryan's left shoulder blade. So it's the red star up in the left hand side by the head above the beltline. Will that thing. They noticed a couple years ago that it started not just like dimming but almost flickering and they discovered that it is in the process of going supernova indeed and when that happens which could be anytime between now and a hundred thousand years.
"rien" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Through Friday night from eight until midnight. And a historic day in Washington today, we're gonna talk about The on trump impeachment trial. 2.0 it began. I guess you could argue today. Maybe it begins formally tomorrow. These these things they're sort of fluid. Today. The argument was a redo of the motion that I believe it was. Send a rien Paul filed a couple of weeks ago. Basically trying to knock out the trial is being unconstitutional and it went down. By a vote of 56 to 44. There were six Republicans who joined all Democrats who all 50 Democrats, along with six Republicans, Cassidy of Louisiana. Collins of Maine, Murkowski of Alaska, Romney of Utah sass of Nebraska and Toomey of Pennsylvania. That number six is well short of the 17 Republicans that would be needed to actually Convict Donald Trump. So we're gonna do is gonna open up the phone lines. I have a lot of sound that I would like to play from that It was broadcast on all of the Major networks, the main NBC, CBS and ABC, as well as CNN. And I'm assuming MSNBC, although I didn't check them out and Fox, so there were a lot of people who could have watched today, obviously. It ran from around one o'clock until I don't know fourth, well pretty close to five o'clock, actually, the Democrat House managers who are carrying the argument For the Democratic side played about a 30 minute video, which was put together very effective emotional video for the senator's tow watch. Of course, the senator's themselves who are the jurors on this trial. Would never be able to sit on a trial in the real world because they would all be stricken as jurors because they would have not only have formed opinions, but they would have been impacted by the trauma. Of January. 6th. In addition to be some questions raised about Theo, the one of the senators who's actually sitting In lieu of the chief justice of the Supreme Court. John Roberts has either decided not. He hasn't said anything as far as I know, but he is conspicuous by his absence. It has been explained away that the presence of this chief justice of the Supreme Court is only necessary when it is a sitting president. Who is in effect in the dock, and Pat Patrick Leahy, the 80 year old senator from Vermont, who has spoken out in advance on basically saying that Trump is guilty of incitement, insurrection. He is sitting as judge and conceivably, I guess will be one of the 100 jurors who would cast AH vote. Obviously, he cast a vote today because it was 50 50 Democrats and six Republicans who upheld The constitutionality of this this this event. Republicans going to call it a circus, and I'm sure Democrats going to see it as nothing more than justice delivered in an expeditious fashion, so Before I want to go to phones. That's what I want to do. Um, I do need to play a little bit. So let's let's just for those of you who missed some of it. Okay. Uh, we're just going to run through a couple of these very quickly just to give you a sense of it, so The lead manager of the house, the 17 members of the House who are carrying the ball for the Democrats. Eyes represented Congress men, Jamie Raskin, a Democrat of Maryland. Um, he after showing the video, and I think we've all seen the video of the day. Hey, this is what he had to say. This is cut 91, Rob cutting anyone? The president was impeached by the U. S. House of Representatives on January 13th for doing that. You asked for the high crime and misdemeanor is under our constitution. That's a high crime and misdemeanor. If that's not an impeachable offense than there is no such thing. Needless to say, the Republicans, the lawyers for much of the Republicans, the Democrats, but the lawyers for the president, including an attorney The former prosecutor out of Philadelphia. Bruce Castor, Um, see it quite differently, as you would expect. This is the president's leadoff lawyer, Bruce Castor, cut 101. This trial is about Is about trading liberty for the security from the mob. Honestly, No, it can't be. We can't be thinking about that. We can't possibly be suggesting that we punish people for political speech in this country. And if people go and commit lawless acts as a result of Their beliefs. And they cross the line. They should be locked up. One other well there. Several Democrats who spoke and this is a congressman Joe. No goose, I believe is how his name is pronounced his Democrat from Colorado, and he Addressed the the argument that now that Donald Trump is out of office, of course, the sanction in the Constitution is removal from office. If someone is convicted after the peach Mint, he made the argument that it is absolutely appropriate to try this case. Even though Donald Trump is now no longer in office. This is cut 94, please Rob Article one. Section two gives the House soul power of impeachment. Article one section pre gives the Senate Soul power to try all impeachments now based on President Trump's argument, one would think that language includes caveats. Exceptions. It doesn't It doesn't say impeachment of current civil officers. Doesn't say impeachment of those still in office. The framers didn't mince words. And again just to get a little bit of back and forth here, So you get a sense of it, asshole. What's going on here? Um, one of the president's other lawyers who spoke David shown I believe his house. Last name is pronounced. This will finish up with him for this segment Cut 1 11, please drop it is again for pure raw, misguided partisanship. Makes them believe playing to our worst instincts somehow is good. They don't need to show you movies to show you that the riot happened here. We will stipulate that it happened and you know all about it. This is a process fueled irresponsibly by base hatred by these house managers and those who gave them their charge, and they're willing to sacrifice our national character. To advance their hatred and their fear that one day They might not be the party in power. So here we are, Um, the impeachment trial. Uh, Trump impeachment Trump. Whose 2.0 is underway. If you have an opinion on it, and I suspect there will be very few of you who are ambivalent. The number 617254 10 30 Triple 8929 10 30. Is this long deserved justice. Or is this um Something less than justice. You. You tell me. I just want to give you the microphone. Open up an opportunity for you to say what you'd like to say. All points of view are welcome. I think that my feeling, as which I've expressed is this is an unconstitutional trial. Um I side with Alan Dershowitz and others. Who Who I respect immensely. They were citing some of the Republicans who Uh, who favored, uh, came down on the other side of the the argument on and one of them who they cited was former Solicitor general under Ronald Reagan. David Freed, Hey, is a unhealed early. I mean, a very elderly at this point, Um, a former law professor at Harvard. And freed has been wrong on a number of cases, including one that I was involved in in the same body case. His argument was that if the government put someone away Inappropriately and that individual can produce new evidence to prove his innocents within two or three of four years. That's wonderful. But if they don't produce that new evidence for 20 or 25 years, the longer they're away before they discovered the new evidence that.
"rien" Discussed on 710 WOR
"To be living his life for me plays written natural alread y. Even had just give me that countryside. It was dressed up as a as a farmer. I'm telling you, we're going to miss him in this union. I mean, I thought he had a lot. Isn't it? Nice to have a like a human person is president as opposed to these phone ease, we get through the political process. Yes. Yep. So that's a rhetorical question. I assume I'm not answering that so that he had several appearances on Saturday night. Live. Think I'm controversial, But the truth is, I'm a nice guy. I don't hold grudges against anybody like Rosie O'Donnell, she said. Some things about me that were hurtful and untrue. I said some things about her. That were mean but completely accurate, Ugo And then once again, though, I'm you know, I'm gonna do Once again, though, Joe we have, you know we have these and that's on the left, and we know that our union is pull of a bunch of lefties. They the people they want to discipline they want to censor. They want to punish. And it's all because they just don't like Donald Trump. And they don't like his politics and they don't like Republicans. So that's why they're gonna have their discipline hearings on him. I mean, what is it about the left there so itchy to punish people? Amazing. The censorship has gotta disturb you. I know. Right now. It's all your buddies. They're doing it. But, you know, regardless of what you think about the thoughts that people have, you know, we do have that freedom here in the United States. We have to believe not censure just because of things we say or what we believe. It's scary. Well, if acting just re but that just for a 2nd 1st of all, it was a disciplinary hearing. And you know, there are those who firmly believe that he is the one who caused the insurrection. So you can't cancel out what those people believe, either. I mean, it's a fair question to have you just don't seem that doesn't seem to bother you at all. When we talk about these cancel cultures, disciplinary hearings. I mean, it all sounds very Stalinist to me. And you're like, Well, you know, it was long. Is that going to the people I don't like, really doesn't exactly. Yeah, you know, that's not really true. One more snip of Donald Trump on SNL right to be here. At Saturday night Live, but I'll be completely honest. It's even better for Saturday night. Live that I'm here. Well, there you go. That's some stuff. Oh, and just and just one more, which I didn't know we had the archive, but this is great. I mean, I'm gonna get a lot of use out of this. You're fired. There you go. Time. Can you imagine? Can you imagine Biden hosting site? Life? Can't stay up that late. First of all, there's just no way would be able to know they'd use the dress rehearsal tape news Time at 7 30. Good morning, Joe Bartlett. Hello, Len. A third vaccine will soon be hitting the market analyst Reno. Roy says Johnson and Johnson's vaccine could be a game changer. Johnson and Johnson applying for emergency use authorization for its single dose vaccine, just one shot shown to be effective at preventing hospitalizations and deaths, encouraging news as scientists raised to stay one step ahead of the mutating virus, new variants appearing in more than half the country. FDA could give its approval to the vaccine by the end of February, which means could be shot in people's arms. Next month, Governor Cuomo telling Mayor de Blasio You can't do that. Rejecting the mayor's bid to you. Second dose is now held in reserve to give New Yorkers the first shot. Mayor says, rather than keeping the second dose is on the shelves. They could be used to help protect New Yorkers. But the state health commissioner and the governor said, What do you think it mom, a New Jersey Today? Endure capacity restrictions have been east. Restaurants, casinos, Jim's nail salons, barbershops able to fill up their seats to 35% of capacity governor also signing some new restrictions, allowing restaurants to expand their footprints to serve customers in the parking lots, and I'll go good in February in their yards, patios, decks and on public sidewalks. Speaking of vaccines Yankee Stadium opening today as a mass vaccination site, reservations are required, and only Bronx residents consigned up thistles. Another brilliant idea that's going nowhere. This the idea was to set this thing up because there's this inequality in the distribution of vaccine, so they wanted to give the minority community an opportunity to sign up. But guess what? Thousands of reservations are still open. President Biden $1.9 trillion stimulus plan is take a step forward. The vice president Kamila Harris cast the tie breaking vote to push the budget bill across the finish line, and Senator Bernie Sanders says it's going to give American people who we understand the pain that they are experiencing. And we all got to do something very significant about it. He'll be all right. Finally, the Super Bowl is the most better event of the year. And, you know we have all these prop bets. Ah, Here we go. Here's some of the profits. Will Eric Church and Jasmine Sullivan sing the national anthem and less than two minutes? Probably not. Will the weekend be wearing sunglasses when he first appears? Will Travis Kelsey have more touchdowns than Christiano Rien? Ronaldo has goals. There's a big one. Will Tom Brady rush for one yard? About this Well, Joe Biden or Donald Trump be mentioned during the halftime show. I bet they will. Which Coast coach is going to remove their mask first, will just sell appear in the broadcast more than 1.5 times. Here's a funny one. Well, Jason Pierre Paul have more tackles than he has fingers who had a tough one. He was. The guy involved that firecracker accident.
"rien" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Only can get kept man I hate that stupid, crunchy crap. That's in a kit Kat. I like to deconstruct it. That means licking your fingers in a long time and taking the top off the bottom off. All I know is I've seen your fingertip. I knew it. Migration. Microwave Popcorn was in Minnesota. Uh, sort of mentioned are 1984 actually learning things today? Yeah. How do you How do you pronounce the word M I l k nuke. Okay, just one thing. But Julia is totally right on how to eat a KitKat. You have to start with the nubbin on the end. You do know deconstructed. That's right. That's if you like him. Because if you don't like them, you just want to bite into and get it over with. What do you do with the kid? Cap? My brother finger, right? Yeah. Finally, what's happening out there? My talk traffic this afternoon is brought to you by Cub Foods going to start on the 94 westbound. A crash near Minneapolis at the Lowry Hill Tunnel doesn't seem to be slowing down traffic much. 35 North bound near Columbus. There's crashed by Lake Drive on Highway 97 several vehicles and an emergency vehicle on the right shoulder at 35, South bound north of 35. W. And then near the Wisconsin border. 95 South or North found King Plant Road and 10th Avenue. Be on the lookout for a crash there that you might talk traffic. Get ready for the big game with Cub, wine and spirits and public or stock up on your favorite beer. Plus all the drinks, you'll need to watch the championship game at home, visit Cub, Wine and Spirits and publicar Today your headquarters for the big game Now time for your five eyewitness news. Weather forecast for meteorologists Ren Clair Bronte by Southern Lights Bitter cold. Partly cloudy for tonight Partly cloudy, cold 10 tomorrow. Right now, the might talk studios. It's cloudy and 20. My talk 1071. Rien Julia here for Gretchen Dermatology and Medi Spa, and we're just looking. We're looking at our faces because we're going to do some new stuff. And we've got lights on our computers.
"rien" Discussed on KOMO
"Have tested positive for the virus. Bloomberg's vaccine tracker reporting 26. A half million Americans have gotten a shot compared to around 26.3 million people who have been confirmed with the virus since the pandemic began. The U. S. Is vaccinating more people than any country in the world with more than 1.3 million a day more now from ABC is Ginny Norman, the White House urging healthcare providers to not hold back second shots in this way. There were no doses that are hanging around a dose that's available is going to go into someone's on Theo. US seeing of 40% drop in cases with almost 8% of the population vaccinated, But some groups hit hardest by the virus and needing vaccines. The most may not be getting them. Data for almost 50% of vaccinations administered so far missing information regarding race and ethnicity and new variants remain an ongoing concern right now the UK there Rien found in 32 states, the South Africa, Very ent, accounting for cases and two states in the Brazilian variant in just one this as South Africa struggles with another more prevalent variant 501 point feet to a strain of the virus that's re infecting people who already had the previous train, leaving hospitals overwhelmed and overcrowded. Vaccines offer some help. Viruses cannot mutate if they don't replicate. And if you stop there, replication by vaccinating widely and not giving the virus and open playing field to continue to respond to the pressures that you put on it. You will not get mutations and the U. S government is hoping Tol is testing contracting eight million over the counter at home test from a company called a Loom that report's findings within 15 minutes to.
"rien" Discussed on Delaware Blogger Podcast
"You can also include any events activities maybe you're doing a raffle or contest or giveaway showcase that also within your blog posts and last but definitely not least a c a call to action. What do you want them to do. Where do you want them to go. After they've read the posts. Are you redirecting them to other posts. That are in a similar Nature similar topic. Then let them know where to go. Do you want them to find and follow you on your social platforms. Do you have a freebie apprentice or something. That you have a giveaway. Let them know. Include the c. Ta and once. You've created these podcasts posts. Make sure you promote them because the best part of having a blog or website is in the promotion of it using your various social channels. Now your goal is to get more listeners to find your episodes so you need to make sure that you're directing them to the site and that is another reason why it is so great to have a web page or a website or blog so that all your episodes are there in one directory. So make sure that you add the url to your social media bios sites and if you create a link tree i d like i have my link tree. Id is dell logger. This makes it so much easier for your listeners. And your readers to find you so at the end of each. Show your c. t. Ta or your call to action should let you listeners. Know where they can find you. Ask them to leave a comment. Leave a review or share with their friends their bay in their boo. Yeah leave comments. Because that also helps to boost your s. c. o. Rien so today we talked about. Why a few reasons why you should have a blog or podcast and the biggest one i can say is because it helps you to be found and again that is one of the pain points of every podcast. The promotion of their podcast. How do they get out in front of other people other listeners. How do they brought in their brand and expand their exposure. And i'm telling you if you have a web page a website or even a blog where you can repurpose the content your show notes and all the other information that your listeners may wanna read about later creating that web site creating that blog is a perfect way in which to do so i wanna i thank you guys. Thank you all for supporting the delaware. Blogger podcast and if you found anything of interest that i said to you today i invite you to not only subscribe to the show but to share it with others you.
CISA Releases Analysis of ‘Supernova’ Malware Linked to SolarWinds Cybersecurity Breach
"The us cybersecurity and infrastructure security agency has published updated information on several militias are affecting these solar winds o. Rien product which have been identified by the security company fire i as supernova supernova. Remember isn't the militias backdoor inserted into and propagated through the supply chain of solar wins ryan platform rather as disappoints out supernova is not embedded within the o. Rien platform as a supply chain attack. Rather it is placed by an attacker directly honest system that hosts solar winds orion and is designed to appear as part of the solar winds product. Cisse's assessment is that supernova is not part of the solar wind supply chain attack described in alert a twenty dash three fifty to a their malware analysis report includes descriptions and indicators of compromise that security teams should find useful and as usual cisa concludes. Its report with a long list of best practices briefly stated and easily understood.
"rien" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Several other people by the birdie, bro he gets assaulted by this Social Justice Warrior moon bat neighbor of his in Newport, Kentucky. A guy who's originally from under Bedford, another physician. He gets a collapse the line and broken ribs and then the Obama judge doesn't even sentence the guy to jail. They had to get him re sentenced elsewhere. And then he goes to the Acceptance speech by the president. After right. He takes the number the Republican nomination at the he made the speech at the White House. And when he leaves, he gets all assaulted verbally, certainly with his wife leave it. I mean, talk about. He's had a lot more violence than a O. C. And all these all these cry babies in the house. I mean again, they I could them the riot. Whatever happened. But you know, Rien Paul has had Rand Paul is actually been in a form of combat. He was fired upon, and he was almost killed. By this not Democrat. Neighbor of his in Kentucky, and he was harassed. And he's not. He's not singing the blows here is he 844 542 42. That is the toll free number of the how weak our show. Uh, this'll is, uh Someone says Lion Ville Tavern will be getting a surprise visit soon from the ABC See Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission, just like when the town of the Army decided not to have the board of health and forced Charlie's edicts. And people. I guess I guess some licenses were suspended then. 44 542 42 Before we go back to the phone lines. I just want to read a mentioned a story from the UK There was a British general back in the 19th century fought in Africa. His name was read wors. Dollar. Not to be confused with Ferris Bueller. Redford's Baller. There's a big statue of him. In Exeter. The United Kingdom. It's in the southwest part of the country. And now they want to take the statue down. The woke people, The black lives matter. People for they have a black lives matter Chapter in the in Exeter, England. And They say that the statue represents the patriarchal statue structure. Of Empire and that the That the feelings of Women, transgender and non buying. Every people must be recognized. I don't know what what? General Red furs. Euler has to do with Non binary people. But the statue somehow, according to the study group in the UK impacts, anyone who quote does not define themselves in binary gender terms..
Solarwinds Orion Breach Investigations Continue
"Recall. It was late on a saturday night. Prior to the holidays. I forget the exact date of course when our c. Ceo actually flagged a story in the analyst channel for us asking. Hey we need to note on this and that time at the time it was a was the initial news story around the breach of the commerce department. And i forget the actual federal organization but something to do with transportation if i recall and at the time we drafted something up very quickly on the weekend which is rather odd to some extent so we knew it was probably significant. We had no idea that it was going to explode into into what it did and of course this had to have happened right before the holidays. Yeah we'll take us through. I mean in terms of what we know. Now where do we stand right now. Can you give us a little bit of the background of what happened in and where we stand. Yeah sure so. For those who aren't aware solar winds is a large us based software company that develops enterprise grade software to help its customers manage their networks and manage it infrastructure all their endpoints etc In particular the they create a product called orion so salt solar winds o. Rien i'm in that. That's the piece of software here that was really affected so solar winds in particular has about three hundred thousand customers which is pretty significant at thirty three thousand of which were notified in december by the company of the incident but they've actually said that at less than eighteen thousand were actually affected in some capacity by it. And that's you know that's still a huge figure. There's a lot we can go into kind of the scope of later what that breakdown looks like but the the high the high level is that attackers were able to to access to solar winds steal the code signing certificate and then make militias and unauthorized updates to a dynamic link library file otherwise known as the dl within the solar winds orion product. Starting back really actually in october twenty nineteen but the first militia update was is believed to have been pushed in march. Twenty twenty And that allowed them to back door of basically they opened a back door into organizations that were customers of a riot if that makes sense so this is a third party compromises. Supply chain software supply chain compromise affecting these other organizations and so that that initial backdoor has been called at least two different things by various research groups or companies one on burst and i think microsoft calls at solar gate. What is the the intended functionality of solar wins ryan. If you were running this what were you. What were you doing. So i mean it helps you. Manage it helps manager. it infrastructure. Be able to see what's installed uncertain certain points able to see who's talking to who et cetera. It's kind of a. It's an enterprise level management suite that generally people in. It would would use to to make sure that everything is running smoothly and things can talk to one another etc budget different different modules of things my understanding that you can. You can purchase that do various things But it's fundamentally not something like your end user would use. It's something that's very specific would probably be used by the infrastructure team for our company. It or security to some extent but by the nature of what it does Would would be able to access many things. Yes actually and it's f. They use solar winds on their network. It would have had visibility into essentially everything And that's that's the concern here. So what do we know in terms of how they were able to get in and do the things. They did to solar wind software. Good question we don't really know. Unfortunately we don't have a lot of information on how they actually breach solar winds and got access to. I mean if you if you take a step back the i kind of the first big breach aside from the aforementioned kind of government breaches that i mentioned was kind of fire. I dropping their notification that they had been compromised. The red team tools installed right but at the time it hadn't even been linked to solar winds yet and it took a little bit of time for them to even to determine that the way that they were compromised via the solar renzo ryan package. But we still don't have any insight into actually how initially got initial access into the solar winds. The company to be able to do this to begin with traditionally abt groups have utilized common techniques like social engineering the spearfishing for example or or email to deliver mauer privileged credentials to move laterally or to elevate their own privileges etc within target networks. But they also use the other things. Like watering holes for example tend to be a little bit less targeted malicious. Insiders is something that i think. We need to consider her and ironically enough here third party compromise also possibility. We just don't know
"rien" Discussed on KCRW
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"rien" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The Capitol and they the last few moments seem to have been cleared from those steps, with police slowly moving in and protesters moving back secrets in ABC News And we are listening, Of course, the WBC news radio and we're hearing tonight from several Massachusetts lawmakers who are now calling on President Trump to be removed from office on Twitter. Rep. Katherine Clark, calling the president quote, a traitor to our country and the Constitution, others making the same moves, including Red by Ana Presley and Rep. Seth Moulton, who you heard Live right here on WBC news radio earlier today. During that interview, he commented on the discrepancy of law enforcement response between the assault on the Capitol today, and protests focused on the black lives matter Movement. Of course, the government had no called trump problem. No hesitation. Calling the National Guard out against perfectly peaceful black lives. Matters. Protests, protesters of summer and yet here when the fundamental institutions of our democracy are under assault, not by just protesters, but by domestic terrorists wielding guns. Steps. United States Capitol We don't have enough law enforcement here to protect us and Governor Baker today on Twitter, saying he condemns the violence, joining with Americans from every corner of the country to do so. So what about here in Massachusetts will stay, police say. As of now, they're not aware of any expectation of violence here in the Bay State, they said. They are watching developments here and in Washington. They say they are prepared. If anything happens, one more from the capital coming up in about two minutes, But first, let's take a look at the roads and traffic and weather together. Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three. Hi there, Mike. By their new call, say there wasn't much of an afternoon commute this afternoon. For whatever reason, things are good right now, as well into the six o'clock hour we go. The expressway is wide open here coming out of the tunnel, You lose a little speed down past South Bay. That's really about it about 15 minutes, Boston two brains rien nor found his fine coming up past Columbia Road. Route three. We'll call it a speed limit ride Braintree down into Pembroke tonight. Routes. 24 95 South are both good coming down from 93 up to the north, the upper end of 1 20 Eights. All these doubt is just a while ago. We had a problem in Peabody. It's no longer their roots. 3 93 north are both good up towards the New Hampshire border and Route One is trouble free as well. Downtown. New problems coming in tonight. The lower deck of 93 is wide open onto the second bridge into the South Tunnel. Delivered down ramp and the Tobin Bridge. You're fine, and so are all the airport tunnels and west of the city. The Mass Turnpike is clear. I've got 22 minutes from the Pru Tunnel out to route 30 and Framingham Miking. WBC's traffic on the threes, right. When it comes to the rest of.
"rien" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"And treaty husband and wife duo Michael Trotter, junior and tenure, Blount. Of Detroit. That's a song called Hustling. I believe That's Jerry Douglas on the dough, bro as well. And I thought, that's great. They were started off as a gospel duo and of Worked their way into the secular world of music and doing a great job of it. I think I really like what I hear when I listen to those guys. Let's see. Let's see what that short set of female voices that came out this last year. We got rien in Giddens. Don't call me names. That's a that's a powerful one. She's she's just so good. Liza Gil Kitson peace in our hearts featuring Sam Butler, another Nice mixture of folk and soul. I thought with sand dollars, soulful voice going in. Alicia Vianney. Lonesome for you often album of the same name, And then finally, the Warren Treaty with hustling. That was a single Came out this last year. And we're getting near the end of the best of 2020 review here on the green Morning radio. Hope you're enjoying it here on Wrt Miles. We'll let you know. Coming up later in At the top of the hour. We're gonna have the BBC news, followed by a public affair. And then jazz programming, starting from two until five with tactical radio. With TJ Joe Joe and When we get left well, I guess it's time for the big reveal here. The top three acts of the year that I really We're, uh we're just moved by just fantastic stuff. Uh, First one number three. I guess it's gonna be a song called Raining on a Saturday to single released by terror, Spencer And, uh, you know, it's a great song, but also just I think there's a symbolic Meaning that when I I played this song the first time I reached out to her, and I said, I'm gonna play your song and we started talking. And I guess it was a boring Sunday for both of us because we both ended up talking a lot she agreed to do My first international Gimme five interview and five fantastic songs. From fellow Northeast Canada folk musicians. And And it's since released two really nice album chasing rabbits, which is really nice out there on streaming services to check out so Terry Spencer. Canadian Nova Scotia in Folk singer, her song raining on a Saturday number three on the top three choices of what I thought was so good this year. Number two Los Angeleno like myself. John Craigie had an album out called Ass Trick the Universe, and I really think as a as a full album that's got to be one of the best that came out this last year. Very solid, got some words on some of the other song that prevent me from playing him on the radio before 10 o'clock at night, but This one has played a couple times already to great tune called part Wolf. And and after that again, couple more songs from the coup. The Amsterdam in London duo met Arthur from London and Gero holders From Amsterdam, the coup CEO Oh the e P. They put out is called Amsterdam Moon was quite live. We're going to hear low country girl and Rosie. And if there's more time well, maybe even hear another one. Let's start off with 321 terror. Spencer raining on a Sunday then John Craigie, part Wolf and then a couple by the coup. To sum up this year in music. Last night. We had plans, but I felt like staying home. So we walked around the water holding hands and ice cream cold. You wrapped up in a ball game. I curled up for a match. I'll get our lay down beside me, my head laid in your lap and it was a shame Miss the concert..
"rien" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"So you wrote about any number of things. I wrote largely science technology, things like that. I'd come out of the think tank community looking into all sorts of odd areas. We're looking down the barrels of Possible total takeover. Of our country because of a fraudulent election and because of what happens or doesn't happen this week in Washington, D C and you have written extensively about Communist China and their role in this and they're want to totally take over what has been the only That or the major free country in the world as far as individuals having liberties constitutionally guaranteed S O. The latest column and wmd dot com is about looking at America's first emperor. Which is what you're basically callings, easing Ping, who was the dictator for life and red China. So you wanna break some of that down for us here at the beginning of this and we'll, we'll get into further depth. Sure, and let's understand first, she Jinping said on the eve of New Year's in the Washington Post reported. China's G. I mean everybody else Republican or Democrat. You asked him was 2020 a good year or a bad year? Almost everyone will say it was a terrible year, right? She Jinping declared 2028 triumph. Triumph is a triumph. What was triumphant about it well, so a few people died in China. That doesn't really concern him. What's important is that he was able to weaponize that virus, send it to the West to places like Italy in the United States, or it has caused untold horror. Because major economic devastation is the cost hundreds of thousands of lives. That she shouldn't pink says is a triumph. You need to understand to what's been going on. That is not Rien reported in our press, for example. On December 30th just before New Year's She met via video with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Emmanuel Rock McCrone and two leaders of the European Union to approve a an investment agreement. Between the EU, which calls itself the largest single market in the world and Red China. The deal, reported National Public Radio, Our own socialist radio network. Eyes, a diplomatic victory for Beijing and a domestic one for G, said NPR in Washington. It will be seen as a snub to the incoming Biden administration, which last week Urged the EU to wait. But China preempted discussions with Biden's administration on a joint European American approach to Beijing. Now. What is this all about? It's about the fact that Europe now has in the war between the U. S and China. The Cold War. Declared China the winner. It sees who's a rising power it sees who will be a falling power under Biden. It realizes that Biden is basically just a hand puppet, a sock puppet. Four, though she's in Ping The dictator of China. After all, it was in 1913 scarcely more than seven years ago. 2013. Yeah, that Joe Biden put a might be in autumn. My date? No, you just said 1913. But you can see I'm just locked in the 20th century 2013 your go ahead. It must be his old despite himself. So in 2013 Biden was in China. Representing the U. S. Is vice president to greet the new president. And while doing so, he quote, Unquote joked. Mr President. You've been so successful Becoming president, would you help me become president of the United States? Said Joe Biden. Well, when Joe Biden makes jokes like that, there's a reason that it's not a joke. It's that Joe as we've seen, and we will continue to see more evidence as long as he's allowed to stay in the spotlight, or, you know, do whatever be the be the leader of the Democratic Party. He has no filter, and that happens as we get older, we have less and less of a film actor. People in Ohio State University studied people Lose the part of their brain that tells them don't say this. And don't say that and Hagen blurting out well as you so during Christmas dinner. Pure or Thanksgiving dinner with your own aging relatives. Just willing to say whatever comes into their mind. The same way that Joe Biden has been saying strange things of late. But In any event. Thies situation we find now is that Joe Biden only four months after having that dialogue with Shi Jin Ping was back in China, this time aboard Air Force two with his son Hunter. That was the meeting at which Hunter walked away with what became a $1.5 billion deal. The funds of which were used primarily and of course, the Bidens got a huge cut of this, but the funds were being used. To buy American companies that had dual use technologies the communist Chinese military wanted. For its own weapon development, and so on, where its own control development Joe Biden as son also Used some of that money to invest in the very technologies that were used to control dissident people there, including the emergent now Chinese national credit policy. Or if you are caught saying anything bad about the government or behaving in an anti social way, as the Communists see it, you lose credit score. And with that credit score, go. You're right. Whatever there may be of them, you could no longer take flights in her out of the country. You could no longer travel by train. And Oh, yes, if you happen to be dying of some malady, the heart attack or whatever you are no longer assured medical treatment. You no longer have the social credit to get it. If you are a dissident from the government, and we were just let life or death decision, Yeah, well, and what's really frightening about this is that there are more and more Young people in this country. Who Choose to think that freedom, freedom of speech. Real freedom of speech should be suppressed. If they don't available IV what the person is saying, So I mean, there is a pathway for this communist Chinese authoritarian Crackdown on any kind of divergent thought at all. There's a pathway now for this. In this country because for some reason, there are a lot of college students and those who are a little bit older and have gone through this just cracked campus chaos that used to be education who believe That, yes, Freedom of speech should be suppressed if it's not the right speech. Well, certainly, and there are two thrusts here. We have to keep in mind number one is the general thrust to the left. That's been plaguing the West now for 100 years or more. Ever since Woodrow Wilson was president as our first progressive Democrat president. But Second thrust, often less noticed than that is just one of globalism. The idea that we're destined in the immediate future to be a one world government system. The goal, of course and are setting up the United Nations was that we were hoping we would be People in charge of that one world government. It now appears, however well, Richard Nixon. Almost 50 years ago when he had his opening to China did so is a gamble is a gamble that we would be able to, you know, make communist China capitalists before they became rich and powerful enough to be a danger to us. Before Nixon died, he told a friend. I think we may have created a Frankenstein monster. But in fact we're becoming more like China. It is not becoming more like us, right? And and she's jumping is a classic example of that. Of course, was raised well that they talk about in my column. Last Friday at world that daily He himself had a very strange Background. His father was he. He was raised as a youngster. And wealthy housing and a wealthy environment as one of the princelings in China, one of the wealthy elites, Children But his father in 1962 Was was purged from the party officially sent to live in the countryside for 13 years..
"rien" Discussed on Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast
"Also just to sit and it's causing the entire order trouble you know that's saying something. Yeah well next week. We're going to continue to you. Know with pete fletcher. We're gonna well. Actually we'll talk about some other stuff with him on the hot takes but after that. We're going to talk a little bit more about act to a other phantom menace as we as we go to khorasani and it's going to get a whole lot more political On that but it's going to be the fun episode. it's interesting it's really interesting interesting and interest in there anything else you guys want to talk about. Star wars rogue squadron story treatment is finished o. Rien i'm ready for the script in the movie. It'd be finished not rather have the story as like well. Anything chris pine from wonder woman actually heard fully about what the story is and he says that he himself is very excited to see this and he said something like she's taking it in a fresh direction or something like that. We've both be gary and exciting. He lent the bad news are the really bad news And then star wars voice actor. Tom kaine he did yoda in the clone. Wars and akbar. He recently suffered a stroke and He's not he's not doing so great at the moment as he's having a hard time with Vocabulary and some movement issues and things and his wife fed Mentioned it on some social media channels so people would know about it and our prayers. Definitely tom and his family with that. On a lighter note Very excited to see mark hamel be able to celebrate fandom a little bit after the last few years of some of the silliness that's gone on and and he he took to twitter and social media to thank the fans and talk about how overwhelming the response has been over his appearances. Cameo in the in the mandalorian finale of season two and and it was. It was really cool to read some of that stuff. So that's awesome all right we're done. Yeah that episode. Check out our website go to tattooing sons dot com and you can find all this stuff you can show notes to..
More than 5 million people with felony convictions can't vote
"As people swarm the Poles for early voting, the advocacy group. The Sentencing project released a new study estimating that 5.2 million people can't vote next month due to felony convictions. Study co author Christopher Jurgen explains, is ah comprehensive account of everyone who is legally disenfranchised in the United States, so that so that includes people on probation. On parole in in the community. It also includes people who aren't present incarcerated in prison and those convicted of felonies in jail as well as in several states people who have completed their sentences. So I know that the South has been a place where it is difficult for felons to vote, And I know that this bit this bill's on research from 2016. So what states are we talking about? And has anything changed since 2016 Well, you know, a lot of these laws date back to the 18 sixties and 18 seventies when during the era of reconstruction, and when a black man we're deprived right to vote immediately after the civil war. So it's a long racialized history in the United States of disenfranchisement, and we can still see that particularly in states like Tennessee, Alabama, Florida. Those are the places that often disenfranchise indefinitely beyond the period of Suns, And that means that you know, a conviction you had in 1975 may still prevent you from voting in 2020. Have any states moved to change that and the years during this when this research was conducted Yes, you know, and I been working on this issue for over 20 years and over Half of the states have changed and and really coming out of the civil rights movement in the 19 sixties 19 seventies states began to pair of these restrictions but act But you know, we've had a big increase in criminal justice population since that time and so and so even though the laws were were, ah rien Franchising the population's kept rising. And then this year, we finally did see some progress. It was about six million people were disenfranchised in 2016. Now it's about 5.2 Million, and, you know, states like Florida are moving in that direction, but have not if not quite made it. Ah ah, or to re enfranchise the large number of people who are disenfranchised there. And this year. The study also looks at the number of latte next Americans who are affected how many. That's right. You know, we think it's over 560,000. We could only get what we consider a fairly conservative estimate there because Latin ex ethnicity is is relatively underreported across many of the state's We thought it was so important to begin to compile these these populations as well. Increasingly important in the nation's demography and politics. And how many women are we talking about? It is the women's number nationwide as well. Yeah, though, the women there's about there's over a million, and that's Ah, roughly 20% s O s. Oh, and if you think about the inequalities in criminal justice processing Those are the ones we feel in in politics now, so particularly the overrepresentation of communities of color end of men. So how much is this likely to affect this election? I mean, 5.2 million is a lot of people, but you don't know which way that they would be voting right? That's right. And much depends on the individual state. The demography and preferences of those Of those voters s O. The Esso. It's very difficult to say, you know, but nationally, if nationally and appears to be the case that That these laws tend to hurt Democrats a little more than they hurt Republicans. STUDY Coll author Chris Jurgen.
Keep Selling in the Midst of COVID19
"The years, the accelerate your business growth podcast has gained recognition as a great resource for small business owners, sales, professionals, entrepreneurs. Business leaders of all kinds, and that is because of the gas. These are folks who have expertise in particular areas of business and they join me for a conversation where they share that expertise with all of you. Today is no different. My guest today is Chris O.. Rien. Iger Chris Started Small Business Silver lining with a mission to help small businesses become more profitable and sustainable. She created the slap methodology, the silver lining action plan a thirteen month growth program, which is technology enabled data driven and based in behavior change science. Helping Small Business Owners developed the right habits and take the right actions to grow their business. Just regularly writes speaks and advises on small businesses. Thanks so much for joining me today. Christa. Thank you so much for having me. I'm so glad to be here. I am thrilled to have you here and we're going to be talking about. Selling through this whole Cova pandemic fan. which I think is something. So many small business owners are struggling with or have been struggling with of the past couple of months. And my first question for you is, would you talk some about? selling in a recession. People I think are afraid to sell Wen bad times but but I mean I think you believe it's possible. I. Believe it's possible. But what does that? What do you think? What does that? What like? Yeah listen I think. So, a couple of things number one is. It can't be sort of overstated how significant the disruption has been in twenty twenty for small business owners. I. Mean You if you're a small business owner listening and you feel tired and exhausted and worried. You know you're. Not Alone and this has been a really hard year. So you know I just you know I always wanted knowledge sort of the emotional reality of this moment because for many people are self included, right? You see your revenue go down a significant amount literally overnight no doing of your own and it's ridiculously stressful and so that is that is very real and we see that in. Almost all of our customers now with also true the silver lining. No Pun intended. Is that you know yes, we've watched all of our small businesses, their revenue go down things have gotten hard. It's also true that not one of our small businesses has out of business and the reason I think that's true. I is three things and this this goes to answer your question Diane the first. Is having a resilient mindset and we can talk about this more. But I in before Cova I talked a lot about mindset and how I thought the trick to sales and the trick to revenue really started with mindset. And I see that you know a million times more today than I. Did you know six months ago and so strong mindset staying positive? Not becoming a victim to the moment. But you know staying in control seeing all of this crisis as both risk and opportunity, and just choosing to believe that we will be okay you know and again there's a million things we could say about that. But that's number one and number two is getting really creative and adaptable. Now creative and adaptable does not mean that we start you know running around like chickens with their heads cut off. And getting really unfocused and getting you know really chaotic and throwing out what we originally did and try to start something brand new. But it means that there is always a new way to do what we do. There is always a new way to innovate. Even in my business journey, we used to be sort of consulting and training business and we've completely innovated how we do what we do, and now you know were software as a service company. But what we do have ultimately stayed the same and who serve stayed the same. But how we do it has innovated entirely, and so this is a moment where. Business, owners have an opportunity not to throw out what they do and not to throat who they do it for, but to actually get creative into innovate how they do what they do and the business owners that is seized sort of succeeding the most haven't been resistant to that adjustment but have releasing this as a moment to innovate to change and to ask the right questions of innovation, right not innovate. For. The sake of throwing everything they've built a way but innovate so that they can do what they do better in a way that really meets the times and then the third thing and it goes of counter to what our knee reaction is. Right when when we feel an element of scarcity or when we feel an elementary anxiety tend to think that the way we're gonNA generate more revenue is to. Sort of do anything to anyone rights, I will sell anything to anyone who will buy for me. You know anything's possible and we have tons of data and tons of proof. That's not true that in fact, the people who stay focused stay niche at but go really deep instead of really wide, those ones actually sell the most. So that's a long way to answer the question, but the quick answer is. I think there's a ton of opportunity right now I think business owners can make it through this right now but I think we need to be really intentional about being keeping our mindset strong. Being incredibly creative, adoptive, and sort of innovative around how we do what we do and staying focused and going deep, not wide and how we serve our customers. But at when we do those things for sure I, do believe we can get through this.
CMS' Dr. Kate Goodrich Discusses Measuring and Rewarding for Value Under Medicare's Forthcoming MVPs Program
"This podcast will discuss measuring and rewarding for value. You with Dr Kate. Goodridge Director of CMS is center for Clinical Standards and quality and cms as chief medical officer. Kate welcome to the program. Hey David thanks for having me appreciate it. Dr Goodridge's bile is of course posted on the podcast website on background. As I've noted previously Americans Americans are forced to spend over one trillion dollars annually on healthcare that is of low or no value that is healthcare that does not improve ones health status well Medicare officials have implemented numerous value based payment programs and demonstrations this year these arrangements financial reward either quality the or reduce spending growth. They do not reward value or spending efficiency defined as quality or outcomes achieved relative to spending on on November first. CMS publish the agency's final twenty twenty Medicare quality payment program rule that announced beginning in two thousand twenty one cms institute to MVP or America's incentive payments system value pathways these value pathways will be created to financially incent and reward quote unquote high value clinicians this means cms will begin to measuring reward Medicare physician performance based on value or spending being efficient Oregon. Outcomes achieve relative to spending listeners may recall I discussed measuring for healthcare value or spending efficiency with University of Michigan. Professor Besser Ryan Andrew O.. Rien excuse me. This past may eleventh and in later May I posted on the website. A related I say I wrote for Bloomberg Law again with me to discuss measuring rewarding value under Medicare specifically part B. Physician compensation cms. This is Dr Kate. Goodrich so kate With that as background. Let's get into this MVP initiative live as. You're well aware. In Twenty Twenty fifteen macro legislation replaced the Medicare sustainable growth rate formula used to update Adderley Medicare physician reimbursement with MIPS again. Nips the merit based incentive payment system MIPS measures every words physician performance using four categories quality.