18 Burst results for "Robert Hand"
"robert hand" Discussed on Grazing
"Have some great information and experience about the bell wedge. And, you know, like I said, we've all, since we were born and raised in Robert's hand, we've heard about it. And we hear different variations and versions of each of these stories regarding the bear wedge. But I want to get your take on it. What you know about it because I know you've been like I said, you're born and raised here in Adams Tennessee. So you have a lot of information on this. So let's go ahead and start with wherever you want to start regarding this. Well, I don't know exactly where we need to start if we need to start with the paintings or what we believe to be fact. But personally, I grew up in the middle of all that and did know the history until after I started taking care of it. People believe that John bale himself and lose your buried in the bellwood cemetery back inside, wow. And actually they're not. They were buried a long time before that and out on the farm. And the actual bale cemetery inside the granite wall back there is a grandson of John bale. Joe old Thomas Bailey, Joel Thomas bails. Let's see if I can get this right. I think that's right. His family cemetery was what's inside the wall. He had that part of the farm and his house was there. And in 1957, lazily coved and came back. He had moved away as a structural engineer, and he came back and straightened up his family. His ancestor cemetery put the wall up, he encouraged the people that were still in the family still own part of the farm to put in a trust the reason their bails and covenants on the outside of the wall. There's days in 96, by Claire, the other lineages of the bales are on the east side. They would be Joel egbert, which is where bob bales of evolved in the bail comes from. I think 5 great granddaddy's back. And different ones and covenants on the west side, because Joe Thomas is doubter married a curving to, okay? Well, those curving things are his in laws are actually inside the wall. And Jerry Mayer law reporter who gave the land for a trust there inside, wow. But the rest of the curving branches are on the west side. And that would be Bert Kevin and junior and, you know, Richard a column snooki and they have sections out there. Thankful don't understand, but the big monument in the back tales the story there's a part of the story on each side of the marker, if you rate it. So when people come there, I'll say a lot of people that get you call them tourists for visitors this time of year. They won't argue about John bale's not in here, and Lucy bail is not listed, but it comes at least Lucy as Elizabeth. You know, they just like how old are you? John bale's actually buried on the farm. There's 200 acres of farmland left in this trust. In the first say as that the agricultural income goes for the perpetual care of the cemetery. And that's how we can keep it looking the way it looks. Because not sales wouldn't pay. To keep everything up. So accumulate a little money over the years and kept the cemetery up and I try to run it like a business. There's a 6 member board that governs the cemetery trust. And wake up an attorney in a secretary and everybody included in this. And we may twice a year, we go over the business and we try to run it like a business..
"robert hand" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English
"What's what's on your shopping list navin. So what's the next one that you wanna get you know businesses. You win the lottery or somebody and our couple list couple. More significant and sixteenth century works that i would ideally like at some stage in the at least three one of which is so expensive when it comes up dogs that i can't believe i'll ever afford that. That would be and yohannan shyness three books on terrorists which which the i was translated by robert hand back in the early two thousands and he meant to translate before he got caught up in his post graduate studies and means to be seen by love to have time for that but there was an auction of quite lots of early scientific books in the late two thousands which include it that particular but by shana. And it's all for sixty four thousand dollars at auction and so it's obviously completely out of reach to an astrologer or even to a private individual. I like me that maybe the freak result even so. It's when something that happens at auction. It sets expectation. Future value of a book and no fashionable bookseller would accept less than thirty thousand dollars for that but today so i asked the question but are a couple of others and i would. Ideally like to mention what they are before. I can't fight. It creates a bond prices. Go up but you you have them in your mind. The husband imams. It is but i also had to reconsider every few years. Do i really want to be continuing to build up. The connection with books costs five seconds of pants a throat. And i certainly can't afford that more than once a year at most whether i'll be out continued to it depends on staying in paid outside job and stay in good. Health is while they may come a time. When i decide what actually i won't have more time..
"robert hand" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"At school too. We find that it's usually the exposure whether it's one robert hand. It wanted to actually does her. That's great i mean. Those are good ones. that are just a little bit. Yeah so. I says and what ben told me. He's gonna do these exercises you. Actually you only wanna go through range of motion. That's pain-free on this is one. Where even through the even through like a baby range. Emotion are still a little bit of painter. Basically i think he calls this Not a patrick staff without his to avenue for toes launch. Basically really this and then back and for this exercise for example that he sent to me. I do five reps on leg for and in five reps on the other line and you do like five five like the whole routine semi almost three times a week and takes fifty is. It feels a little bit of thing. That's one exercise of all series. Rotate is up organized. A freight which is right rice us left ear and right turn the nasal clearing breath versus a modernist making sense. I know some members like hundred head-scratching a little bit as i'm as it has we're sending all know south seas. All they lost given up down see-saw right left yet crashing. This is the problem with his engine. A crash since really like a recent restoration longer arrogant and is right because this beautiful. How about just do one wrap of that one. Yup yup and if it's good then we'll go three or five now is concerned better dude. It's awesome. yeah that's beautiful it is. I'm not just saying no. You're always like questioning cetera. Correct check out. So now you get more goodies because there's pain. That's a really good driver. When i do that. Exercise in the future my nervous systems already. Been retrained exactly hypothesizing maybe like. Let's just stay with that one because that's a pain fokker. Let's do the same thing blind because then if you can clear this same balance challenge painful. I would say it's a little more with is close as we get is closed. Organizes down jackets snapping out. Good map down also getting good here right left afghanistan which one guy that's getting me term right so was shot while the hornets make sure on that side. Yes left disorganized right. Organize lean right and turn off separately with.
"robert hand" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast
"And he had also done that. Brilliant book about arabic astronomy. Hulu some so. I think the one that you're thinking was julia. Some so who who also did number facts on how systems of compiled a lot of information And there is another kennedy kennedy. That's yeah yeah that comes off the north So north does the seminal work than kennedy rectifies and adds more information to to what north does and then some soul and then cuss alaska's are the ones that are continuing this research and the paper. It's actually it's an article or paper by e s kennedy. It's titled the astrological houses as defined by medieval islamic astronomers. It's very good work so there is a problem. There's a division and this gets into the murky issue but in terms of the revival of rediscovering that whole sign houses was a concept which from my perspective I thought until recently that james holden certainly an english holden was the first both academic or astrologer that i knew of who really talked very openly about this that whole sign houses was probably the original form of house. Division or certainly was the most common form of house division in the greco roman period greek texts from like about the first century bc through the fifth or sixth century. And he did that I in nineteen eighty-four in a paper on the different forms of house division and then after that point we see other scholars like a robert hand starting to publish papers on it Some astrological including a monograph and then eventually a academic paper on it in culturing cosmos in two thousand six or so But also others colors like robert schmidt and then more recently Myself and. I didn't episode. I wanted to mention that talks about the early origins of the different forms of house division. Which goes into that. A little bit more depth In the hellenistic tradition. But that's in episode two twenty seven of the astrology podcast titled the origins of the house. Division debate in ancient astrology So i wanted to mention that because one of my issues that jd north and some of the other academic scholars is even though. They're very comprehensive for the systems of house division and they're very interested in mathematics underlying them. I do feel like there. Was this blind spot. Where because whole sign houses was lost for the most part by the twentieth century in the western tradition. There wasn't a realization that that was actually used as a legitimate form of house. Division in the greco roman tradition in the greek tax n. d. north goes so far as to say that he didn't think the greek astrologers even used houses as much as some of the later tradition. Did but that was actually just the obviously quite false. It's just that they weren't using quadrant houses. They were instead using the signs as houses. Which if you're not aware of that can sometimes make it. Look as if they're not using houses at all but if houses are Understood sometimes to coincide with the signs than they were using them just as frequently as later medieval and renaissance astrologers just in a slightly different way the the problem with with north and several other Historians of mathematics is apparently that they not considered the whole house system to be housed division. Not in the mathematical perspective. You know so we could call. Perhaps we talking about how systems several systems of establishing the houses in the chart but mathematically they considered at the whole sign is not really a division They're just it's just an attribution of signs to to certain topics or certain houses. Starting with the determination of the ascendant and then the determination is done in sequence so for them. that's not the mathematically complex problem they see it as a very primary and simple Way of of the houses so they're not going to consider it in their studies. Because that's what they're focused. They want to understand how The calculus develops you know the trigonometry projection of the different parts of the sphere onto the ecliptic onto the equator. So none of that is happening in the whole house system. So they're going to ignore it. And of course if we we broach the topic from the perspective of the history of astrology then to whole other the scores and this. This is the interesting thing because if you the topic of the houses which most no one has ever done at least globally through the history of astrology. Then you're talking about practice you know and then you have to understand what is being used in practice here. And the most. The academic discussion so far have been mostly centered on mathematics. And so the whole sign doesn't pop up. Although as i told you before and i couldn't find that reference but i know it's there somewhere the earlier Scholars of the greek tradition. You know the chevrolet glare and and discourse at that time they are aware of how the chart is in the mystic period so they probably don't focus so much on giving it the name but they are describing horoscopes and charts no with whole signs houses. They understand about houses which are constructed from the part of fortune. So which are done by counting. And i think that's the word they use counting you know it's the the topics are described by counting the signs So they are aware that exists But they're not discussing it as a house system because that's not their focus. I think and i'm not sure about that. Just because i know with some more recent academics like in the past five to ten years. I could see that being true that maybe they're aware of that but because they're focused on the mathematical systems. That's all they one of really focus on is 'cause that's the thing that's more interesting in terms of the mathematics underlying the quadrant systems. But i do think there was this period. Where academics like. Jd north didn't realize the whole sign. Houses was a concept and and it was a sort of blind spot. And i've.
"robert hand" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast
"To be successful and to progress with the help of women the stars make some men high priests prizewinners athletes or supervisors of temples or of the masses. They catered to their pleasures. And at times live unsteadily subject to ups and downs in he keeps going and it gets kind of like negative stuff. these mena blameworthy indiscriminate about sexual matters experiencing public version betrayal read with You know it's kind of funny comes to mind. I think in a heap famous. Probably would've said bill clinton has Amasi and a stupid stadium in the first which is kind of funny how that's sort of matches up pretty well of an army neptune but did not know about neptune when it came to. What was his slick willy as if yeah something like that. But it's just reading that Interpretation just may realize that he has that he has that stadium in his first house. Mas jupiter venus and e- seems to typify some of the things that failed is described in that up. And then he did take into account sign or house. The general interpretation jenner generally nation. What's pretty well. And that's the thing is that in a full interpretation. We would actually take into account some of the various things in order to break down. What planets in the stellian are more important or what role. Certain planets are playing or what role other planets are playing His is actually interesting because using the modern planets he actually has to stellian's so this is an example of somebody that has a. He has the ascendant mars. Neptune venus and jupiter in libra So all in the same signs libra liam and then also in the in the first whole site house. I guess even using quarter houses of being the first house because they're all below the degree of the ascendant and then he's got Saturn mercury pluto and the sun up there and leo in the eleventh house so heavy i house and eleventh house emphasis and heavy libra and leo emphasis. Which is pretty good Scripture pretty appropriate for a kind of the trauma you know can associate with being with with the lieber rausing venus in libra in the first house condone neptune with Jupiter that was the thing that i've always read especially about him in his early political career in his first run for president of two young at the time they always talked about just how engaging and kind of like charming he was and a lot of those keywords. Thi- here really remind me of that. That venus ruled Libra stella in the first house. Totally yeah all right so So that i clicked quick. Glimpse into a Example char which we're going to get into more before we get into other example charts so as any of their been any other astrologers than valence who've written about kinda combinations pryatta the twentieth century. Yeah so you're you were saying. Abba machar may have in the great introduction and i pulled it up and i wasn't sure looked like there was a section whereas delineating some planets but i don't know if it delated all possible combinations which you said there might be a text out there somewhere that does your was based on a coma by rob hand. Robert hand made a statement in the notes of one of the preliminary project hindsight translations of valence where he mentions that as texts that michelle wrote the where he tila meets the combination of all seven planets in the sign of the time the traditional seven. But we haven't been able to fair which book that is so Everyone out there knows Feel.
"robert hand" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Session, the Dow gained 70 points today. I'm from Robert's hand I'm Charlie Pellet at Bloomberg World Headquarters. The UK host clinched a historic trade deal with the European Union of averting the threat of an acrimonious break up and laying the foundations for a new relationship with its biggest the nearest commercial partner. Reaction from Danny Blanchflower, an economics professor at Dartmouth and a former member of the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee. This clearly is in economic sense. This is a disaster. Um, I think Paschal Lamb, He's the former head of the W T. O said it really well. This is the first free trade deal ever that reduces the amount of free trade Wall Street has ramped up our holiday shortened trading week and is now looking ahead to the final trading week of 2020 and into the new year. Chris Chris Shanti is CEO of Grisanti Capital Management. I think that the winners of 2020 are not going to be the winners of 2021. I think sense. In late March. We have been expecting a recovery and I think we're going to get a good one starting mid year and Patrick Armstrong is chief investment officer at Fleury. Me wealth. I think you've got a stick taking risk. You can't be too conservative because Central Bank policy is punishing you if you're too conservative. Basically, you've got the inflation swamps. Now what? You're showing an upward trajectory market starting to pricing inflation above 2% over the next 10 years in the United States, and you've got Treasury yields well below 1% still so You lose purchasing power by sitting on the sidelines, So an update, holiday shortened session the S and P Up. 13.35% the Dow up 70 points up. 700.2%. NASDAQ Up 33 up by 330.3% Global use 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg. Quick, take power by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Charlie Pellet. This is Bloomberg. We're so glad you joined us for this holiday edition of Bloomberg Daybreak. The stock market is closed for Christmas. Now we turn our attention to the I P o market that's been open and going red hot in 2020 with smashing debuts for Airbnb and Gord Ash. Can that hot streak continue. Let's ask Bloomberg stocks reporter Sarah Pond, Zach Can that hot streak continue, Sarah. It's a great question, and I thought that Renaissance capital This is a firm that is really a leader and I feel research. They tracked the market very deeply. They some of this here up very well. The way that they entitled. Their report was the ideal market as the best of times in the worst attend, and it really is ironic And just think 2020 was the year of the I P o frankly, Ah, year When we dealt with a global recession a year that we have all been living in the midst of a pandemic. It really is. What ironic and at least the way that Renaissance Capital looks at it. Is that the pipeline and the shadow backlog they're signaling another idea. Junior in 2021. There are some companies that we know have already filed confidentially or have already filed that are likely to go public early on in the year, so that's hot streak will continue, for example. One Great filed confidentially. Petco has also filed to go public at the same time in the card is reportedly looking for an I P O. Possibly valued around $30 billion dating at Bumble filed confidentially for a knife, Theo So there is already a pretty solid backlog looking to go public in 2021. And as it stands right now, the expectation is we will continue to see Cos try to tap the public market. Of course, these companies are finally confidentially at this point. But is there any way to get sort of the read the tea leaves and see what kind of interest investors are pointing at some of these companies. Right? Well, at some point they made the site to file not confidentially by older asked one see what interest may look like out in the investor world, though. Right now it's difficult to look at the ideal market If you've been considering, though, in public and say no, This isn't for me, just comparing the returns. Four newly public companies that we have seen in 2020 to give you a sense when the sun Capital which I mentioned they run this idea Index of love and I P o E t f to give you a sense of return these air, not all companies that went public in 2020, but just newly public companies off 120 2122%. 2020 alone and to give you some comparisons to prior years now that the index of Morse in double this year, the best year friar for the CTF, it only goes back to 2013. But the best year Was 2017 in which we saw 36% gain. So we have beat that record pretty much by light years at the same time, if you just look at one day pops for companies that have gone public in the United States is here. We're talking Pops is about 40% of so doing very, very well. And if you actually just look at the more sustained performance as well, according to Renaissance Capital average eyes, Theo games of fear I have been 75% so These are companies that are not only coming to market and seeing. Unbelievable. One day pop many times this year. We have actually seen these companies sustain those games through the year as you're gone. Yes, If you look at the broader market, we're treating your record highs, too. But in a year that's really Difficult in many ways. Yeah, I guess it can't hurt that. You know, we have all this monetary support from the Fed. I mean, it's it's like you can't fight. The Fed that applies. IPO's, too, doesn't it? That's exactly the point. We have very, very low interest rates..
"robert hand" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Chrysler Jeep searches say they won't give up until they're found. This weekend recovery efforts will continue at the side of a building collapse in Adam's Kelly to demolition workers missing in the accident. The old killing Power station You're Manchester, Jamie Fitzgerald Dougray unaccounted for an investigation into the cause of that collapse continues, Experts say it could take weeks to work through all the debris. There will not be a new formula for funding schools across Ohio this year. Lawmakers trying to push through reforms say they don't have the votes to get the changes for the Legislature. Senate Republican leaders say the work on the funding formula again. When they start the budget process for next year. Since I police officers getting a big raise tenet of three year extension of the current contracts been worked out, gives raises of 5% next year, followed by 4% in 2022 3% in 2023 could not be prouder of them. And of the work that they do. Our officers are deserving of recognition. And they desire that recognition in the form of compensation and deservingly. So police chief Elliot Isaac, part of the deal changes the way that officers are disciplined within the department. No longer will they be able to appeal any punishment. A peer review panel. Two bonus days are coming for deer gun hunting season in Ohio and with the opportunity to get back in the woods comes a warning and tragic incident has taken the life of the Northeast Ohio native after he was accidentally shot and killed by his father while they were deer hunting. 28 year old Andrew Smith grew up in the Lereah and worked for the Overland Fire Department. Overland Fire chief Robert Hand murder Don't get complacent. It's very easy. T feel like, you know, I don't don't get complacent. You know, It's very easy. T feel like, you know, I got this. I've done it for years, and that's when something bad can happen. The shooting happened late in the day, and Smith was not wearing bright protective clothing. Macy Jepson. Those bonus days for deer gun hunting in Ohio or next Saturday and Sunday temperatures turning cooler again in the tri state. Your forecast is next seven of a w w news time. 8 34 It's been a while since the Mcrib graced us with its presence nationwide. So for some, that might mean you've never had the opportunity to experience its tender,.
"robert hand" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Say they will not give up until they're found recovery efforts continuing throughout the weekend at the side of a building collapse in Adams County. Demolition workers are missing in the accident field killing power station near Manchester, Jamie Fitzgerald and Doug Gray are still unaccounted for an investigation into the cause of the collapse continues, Experts say it could take weeks to work through their pretty at the site. There will not be a new formula for funding public schools across Ohio this year. Lawmakers trying to push through reforms say that they do not have the votes to get it through the Legislature. Senate Republican leaders say the work on the funding plan when they start the budget process next year, says I police officers are getting a big raise tended a three year contract extension has been worked out, provides a race of 5% next year. Followed by 4% in 2022 3% 2023. I could not be prouder of them. And of the work that they do. Our officers are deserving of recognition. And they desire that recognition. In the form of compensation and deservingly, so Police chief Elliot Isaac is part of the deal. Changes are being made to the way the disciplines handed down within the department. No longer will officers be able to appeal any of punishment to a peer review panel. Two bonus days air coming up for Dare Dear Gun hunting season in Ohio with the opportunity to get back in the woods comes a warning from the state. A tragic incident has taken the life of the Northeast Ohio native after he was accidentally shot and killed by his father. While they were deer hunting. 28 year old Andrew Smith grew up in the Lereah And worked for the Oh Berlin Fire Department. Overland Fire Chief Robert Hand murder Don't get complacent. It's very easy. T feel like, you know, I don't don't get complacent. You know, It's very easy. T feel like, you know, I got this. I've done it for years, and that's when something bad can happen. The shooting happened late in the day, and Smith was not wearing bright protective clothing. I may see Jepson No. Save your basketball today because of Cove it they've shut down the program temporarily. You see Bear cats basketball team does play and you'll hear that game with our coverage starting live.
"robert hand" Discussed on KQED Radio
"New coronavirus cases a day the U. S is in the midst. The horror fix URGENT infections. Medical workers are clocking and grueling hours and packed hospitals. Personal protective equipment is in higher demand than ever. It has the country stored enough PPE to meet this winter, Serge. Monica. If study ever of MPR's investigative unit looks into that The Corona virus began to sweep across the country Earlier this year, states found themselves not just struggling to get the supplies they needed, but actually competing with each other for them, prompting this now famous quote from New York governor Andrew Cuomo. It's like being on eBay. With 50 other states, bidding on a ventilator competition for basic medical supplies was partially a result of shortages in America's last best defense, in times of trouble, the strategic national stockpile, So I wish that after the 2009 h one n one event we had received additional appropriations. To replace materials that were used and then continue to expand that stock. That's Greg Curiel, the men behind the stockpile for a decade before he retired just before Colvin 19 hip. He'd been here before. During the H one n one influence a pandemic in 2000 and nine She was able to take care of that emergency by sending out millions of units of Peopie but never got the funding to restock. We believed we needed about a billion dollars in additional funding, not getting that meant they couldn't replenish what had expired like and 95 respirators by the time Kobe came around in January. A lot of the masks that they had were expired. I mean, they have a shelf life of about five years, and then you have to throw them away. Robert Hand filled, a professor of supply chain management at North Carolina State University, advised a defense department covered 19 task force. He says masks were just the beginning. Lots of basic supplies were no longer of use. The plastic tubes that come on the ventilators. Those were also deteriorated to a point where they weren't usable. The batteries were not working in them. The stockpile needed a makeover. We really kind of focused on a couple of critical things, which was getting better visibility of supply chain robot get like East, the person spearheading this new effort. He's the assistant secretary for preparedness and response at the Department of Health and Human Services. We also want to make sure that we could reduce our phone. Ability, foreign suppliers and increase American domestic manufacturing Bono ability to places like Wuhan, where the pandemic first emerged, but also happened to be the world's biggest production. Hop off and 95. When Wuhan shut down, So did exports fast forward to the spring. Besides figuring out a new supply chain Catholic in his steam needed to also replenish the stop bath. This is all part of this, and as we call it, 2.0 the 2.0. Effort has hit mixed results. Get looking. His team wanted a 90 day supply of critical material like and 95 respirators, natural gloves and protective goggles by the end of the fault. The number of nest they had hoped to collect was in the neighborhood of 300 million. As of now, they have half that much. So they set a new goal to reach capacity by the end of the year. But that has experts word based on the details that we have and the numbers that we're seeing their vastly underestimating. What would be needed for 90 days. We need billions more units of P pe to meet to me that we're seeing across the country. Dr. Sheikha Gupta is the director of Get this P p Ete aggress roots organization that provides free pp two essential workers, And she says it is not just hospitals or states hunting for supplies. How we're also looking at Attention centers and homeless shelters, teachers, private practices and rural parts of the country. She says the need is much greater than the government blamed for but agent just get Alexis manufacturing and procurement off such large quantities takes time. There is no silver bullet to magically have another billion masks here, you know, overnight, Dr Gupta says. This means this winter is shaping up to be another great danger. Frontline workers. We've had so many opportunities to pay respect to our health care workers in frontline workers not by clapping for them at seven PM, or sending them free pizza, but by giving them the protective equipment that they need. That's not what they signed up for, she says. That's not the American way when you can study ever NPR news And later today on all things considered a family hikes down a mile or so in the big Santa Anita Canyon north of Los Angeles, hoping Historic cabin still stands after September's wildfires. It's a tired of their late father in a year that's already seen so many losses continue into that story later today by telling her smart speaker to play NPR. Or your member station by name. And you're listening to NPR news. Support.
"robert hand" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"And Ukrainian officials have said part as has been subpoenaed by the house committees for documents and testimony I'm told he has been producing the documents we may soon see what he has to say how many of you people have documents of some law enforcement official came to our house and we want your documents how many of you would have any how come every alone rant political slob has documents okay so the committee wants documents from left part as he's got documents what documents anyway that's always been the bugaboo mind fogs I don't keep documents of anything but these guys all keep minutes of every meeting from the forthcoming library I don't just mean presidents like I just I've never done it I've never been a practice these guys that we're talking about must commit everything they do to writing at some point never understood it but they do so let Parnassus submitting documents now knows what John Roberts said pardon us is apparently prepared to testify just things that run counter to every thing the president and Rudy and Ukrainian officials of set as the he's the guy telling the truth humbly we never heard of and all these other people are lying notice how this works trump's line pens is lying when he is lying Ukrainian president is lying Ukrainian officials let part of the guy under indictment is telling the truth see how this works so I told you this was going to happen and John Roberts hand the news last night here's Donald Trump New York economic club today by the way this place is a New York economic club the famous economic clubs were John Kennedy made his famous tax cuts speech back in nineteen sixty two and it sounded reaganesque just a little trivia for him trump gave this speech today shortly after this program began we have a few bites and here is the first under the last administration nearly two hundred thousand.
"robert hand" Discussed on 600 WREC
"And Ukrainian officials have said art as has been subpoenaed by the house committees for documents and testimony I'm told he has been producing the documents we may soon see what he has to say how many of you people have documents of some law enforcement official came to our house and we want your documents how many of you would have any how come every alone rant political slob has documents okay so the committee wants documents from left part as he's got documents what documents anyway that's always been the bugaboo mind fogs I don't keep documents of anything but these guys all keep minutes of every meeting for the forthcoming library I don't just mean presidents like I just I've never done it I've never been a practice these guys that we're talking about must commit everything they do to writing at some point never understood it but they do so let Parnassus submitting documents now knows what John Roberts said pardon us is apparently prepared to testify to things that run counter to every thing the president and Rudy and Ukrainian officials of sad as the he's the guy telling the truth humbly we never heard of and all these other people are lying notice how this works trump lying pence is lying when he is lying Ukrainian president is lying Ukrainian officials let part the guy under indictment is telling the truth see how this works so I told you this was going to happen and John Roberts hand the news last night here's Donald Trump New York economic club today by the way this place is a New York economic club the famous economic clubs were John Kennedy made his famous tax cuts speech back in nineteen sixty two and it sounded reaganesque just a little trivia for him trump gave this speech today shortly after this program began we have a few bites and here is the first under the last administration nearly.
"robert hand" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast
"In my lifetime and like some others of my generation like richard tarnished for instance even robert hand. I do want to nelson a little a bit more time. You know working on what i've accumulated in terms of knowledge which is writing in carrying forth the the legacy that i built with the financial astrology <hes> in even evolution's roger wanna go back to that so there's things we want to do and when you put on a conference in your coordinator like i am a director of it but you gotta expect. You're gonna work ten to twenty hours a week on that is a lot of work and if you if you start a year two years ahead of time. That's a lot of hours was that you could be spending doing something else right but i love this community here. This is volunteer work. This isn't as little pammy nice thing. I figured out i was making eleven cents an hour for doing it. I mean that's pretty good. If it's like the nineteen twenties or something like that you know to be to have a successful conference it does require sacrifice. I'm willing to sacrifice advice to bring the community together. Just love doing it and the love connecting people together connect does together. I love seeing astrology grow in my lifetime. A strategies had had a renaissance is still involved in a renaissance is having like a second wind of a renaissance in it's so magical to get the the right staff the right people together who believe in astrology believe in the cause astrology in the future of astrology to sacrifice their time as a volunteer mostly to create something magical where people come together and have a very peak type of experience. Many people come these conferences these word this is the peak experience in their life and that's so fulfilling to see the you can be part of a group to cook rate their experience for such a colorful interesting exciting unique group of people as astrologers because keep in mind. I mean we grew up in society and we weren't really accepted ours our art. Our science is not been accepted as a part of society like it used to be and i i think we've made a lot of great inroads toward that in the last forty fifty years yeah and and conferences create a place for astrologers to have a community in sort of be accepted and also sometimes really important turning points in the community happen at conferences or as a result of them like for example. I think project hindsight started in nineteen ninety two at the united astrology conferences as the result of a series of discussions that happened over dinner between a few astrologers like rob hand robert schmidt and robert zoller youth. I'm i'm trying to think of other major things that have happened at all. I can tell you one was in nineteen ninety. Five <hes> we brought together the leaders of the different organizations to to put together a survey of astrologers called project focus in we created a list of one hundred question questionnaire of one hundred different areas. Like how much income do you make from astrology. How many hours a week you work at astrology. How many books written what would you like to see happiness. Raji would to astrologers need to do to <hes> <hes> advance the <hes> the subject the study of astrology professionalism astrology in all of that three things came most of our colleagues eggs and students astrology wanted to see astrologers understand ethics in practice they wanted to have counselling skills and they wanted to be competent and an easter took that e sir took that and built their certification model which was launched took a six years to do it five years to do it. We launched it in two thousand and and that has become i think i think it's become a standard of excellence for practicing educating yourself to become a good stronger so that came out of of having a conference. We were never thought of having a survey here. We not get gotten together in had that discussion at a conference okay. That's brilliant so the e s e sar ethics ethics <hes> certification guidelines and everything else and skills training a lot of that came out of a survey that happened at a conference in the mid nineties. I didn't know that that's really interesting is started at s._r. Ninety four. We had the idea that we go to you act..
"robert hand" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Fide where we began. And so I consider myself, the luckiest people moral because I had Caroline Roberts hands. What was school like where you going? That time. So. I I was in. We were in sort of the best school. My parents give us into we got to we've lived on south street. So it was north street south street, and then the streets started having like fancy names. So we lived on the last four street, you could live onto zoned into the middle class school, the really good schools by view, and we were going to be able to get anywhere near that. And so we don't take in this avenue. I did not have classes, although there, African American students in my school classes, most of my time was spent in the gifted program, which meant I was only black kid. There were a lot of challenges and were a lot of issues with expectations, where I was learned this later, but I was skipped from first grade second grade because I began reading really early on, but they originally wouldn't move me because they were waiting for two young white girls to catch up with me because they didn't think it was appropriate. For me to be the only kid who skipped and the only black teacher in elementary school called my parents and said, Stacy is supposed to been moved to the second grade. But they're holding her back. You need to call and my parents called. And so I was sitting in first grade being mildly unruly because I didn't want do whatever that was doing. And the principal came and got me and all I knew about being first grade was, you don't want to be the principal. And so they came to get me and the principal walks outside now, I'm first grade. And principal who's really tall. This whole quest walks outside to the trailers. And all I can think about is gonna die. What is it? And I'm just terrified, and I see these trailers, I didn't understand what trailers were. And I'm just like oh, God. They're going to put me out here. Help holidays. Ms Kemper for calling her a fat pig. I'm.
"robert hand" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Four they got four. And the guys went to prison for years, and he finally got out not too many years ago. Joseph in Boston has a follow up question about police officers. Don't know why. But Joseph you're talking with John Douglas on coast to coast AM. And I wanna say hi to my friends and shade tree, computer. God. Yes. I'm here. I'm a blind person. We have a police officer a lot of them. And can you give your contact info out of the end? 'cause I don't I'm not too good on the engine case people need we have a lot of people in prison that are innocent. What does one do when one is going to be questioned because I know police officer. I don't know personally. I saw the video that killed a guy that was in a fire, and he went rammed and rave. He wasn't response. He blood all over this. And he was doing this in the witnesses said he did nothing then there were other police officers Ozark that tastes the guy on the ground nineteen times. How does one handle it? And if we ever get arrested. What should we do if especially for innocent and questions? Go ahead talk. You don't talk you. I don't care if it's your pulled over for traffic stop. I would tell my own children as you go and say, I want to have an attorney. We'll have it in Terni you represent right away. 'cause I'm not saying there is a small percentage and every look at the FBI as well. We have we have percents. We'll have David Hanson Robert hand name gave information yet, you know to Russia via. I mean, you should not be taken to a room in Syra gated, and you should require requests, you wanna speak to your your attorney as soon as as soon as right away. You think innocent this will come out? But but you know, you can manipulate the eighty nippy late. Someone either confessed do be browbeaten and a lot of innocent people won't request an attorney. They don't because they think well, I'll explain it to them. And but the tactics of the us. You can be vulnerable. I mean, I've seen so many cases and or people even like Amanda stage with her just so people think she's guilty. There was no forensic evidence. Lincoln case, it was one guy. Rudy today is friends six. Prince thing prince a fecal matter in the toilet. It's him. It's not Amanda. It's not Rafeal slick. Oh, the boyfriend nothing. Nothing the west Memphis three. They they interrogate a kid with seventy two I q you could told them. There was cheese on the moon any would've agreed with you. And they broke them. You know, the broke this kid down. He had nothing. Nothing to do. None of them out. Crime. But he spent eighteen years in prison Damian spent ten on death row when they were finally freed. And fortunately, the I spoke to the that the district attorney says what do they want? What do they want? They want to be exonerated. And he says, well, I don't know. I don't know about that. Yeah. What do you need? Well, I don't know. I turned out why he didn't know about exonerating because he was running for political office. And he votes looking for, you know, this is so we're talking with John Douglas. You'll have a few more minutes, and then we'll get to open lines. But I'm gonna I'm gonna ask you at the very end of hollow up question from this. But first, let's get to do in Atlanta on wildcard line on coast to coast AM for John Douglas, sue. Thanks for the completely creepy. Song from silence of the lambs. Anyway. John. I have a question for you. If I were your daughter or your little sister. What advice would you tell me to look out for or are these fixed in just in the wrong place at around? No. I sometimes are. I mean, if you're you're. Interstate your car breaks down. And here comes the good Samaritan. And and offers you a ride you went from a low Ristic than we would write it up. If you were murdered a low risk victim. But then you went into vehicle that you didn't know who the person was in this car, you increase your your level too high risk high risk, I tell my daughters, and because it affects me working with these crazy people have three three children when they were younger. I was very kind of overprotective of them. But but one of the things if you were dating you're on some internet site match dot com or something like that the question my mother used to tell my sister. And she's exactly right. It's look relationship there exists between the person you like they just mail, and the the mother see what this relationship is like what he thinks of the mother. What's how he goes? That mother really has some women. Get mad at me when I say this, but but what about the father? Well, the father is important. It's good to have a mother NFL. But but em telling you cases, of violent cases that we've seen we've seen that. There is this dysfunction is issues between the mother and the father almost hate the mother and the the sun, and that that would be something a question to you know, to ask look at when I'd go walking or out. I'm always looking for problems, and I'll see a girl with a headset on and she's walking around in a park. Someone can come right up on her and she's listening to music and come right up on her and attacker. She would know what what hitter. And so you just have to be in be careful, and these guys can tell you they can go in a bar, and they could they could see a bunch of women sitting on a barstool, and they can pick out the the girl. That's having problems maybe depressed. She's away. She's drinking her body posture. How she's sitting sitting at the bar and they'll move in. They could move in like a know. Like a like jaws like. Like, we said earlier in the here comes the the night and shining Arbor. They can they can size. You know, people up pretty yeah. Pretty darn quick. So you're out in the bar. I don't be alone. You better be with friends and the friends he all better take care of each other. And look after each other. High-risk position. This back though to that idea of archetypes, and you don't have to buy into it. But the the that idea of of what is learned for little girls, or as other people talking about that a lot of these stories are really intended for for tweens for for people, you know, to have in your mind as you're going out into the world is your is your entering into young womanhood, or or or old hood, the little red riding hood motif of the wolf that then changes in order to lure. So the wolf is unsuccessful in the woods. But then you know, becomes the grandma in order to lure the girl. And she, of course, but even the hustle and gretel motif, and and of course, you know, the the the dark side of the Knight in shining armor is the Bluebeard stories and luring women, and then capturing them and keeping them. I keep seeing that connection in terms of preparing people. It's not a bad. It's not bad motif. Anyway. Okay. Have a chance to say right now. 'cause when my when my street children would offers when they were really really young we were at a park, and it was pony rise. And I'm looking at the look at the children, I'm looking at the people who watching the kids on the pony rides. And there's this one guy standing there, and he has a camera, and he's taken pictures of these children. So I told my one daughter Lauren Lauren see this guy over here, it she was like seven I just got here. I said I bet he doesn't have any children on those ponies. So sure enough the ride ends they get off the ponies, and he has no connection with the children. He starts walking the park with his camera. And he's filing these young children. So I said Lauren, let's let's tale this guy. And I said you see this this guy. He's taking pictures of these children. They're not even aware that now what can happen here is that wherever he lives. He you go. If I send you out selling cookies girl scout cookies or something for the church and without supervision and you knock on his door. He looks around. And what I've done to us is I've increased your risk level. I increase your risk level. So I shouldn't you should never put yourself in that position notion. I put yourself in that position you should be accompanied by an adult, and that's why I'm really against when you have these parents send their kids out door to door in neighborhoods thinking that safe neighborhood. How many times we see this safe neighborhood? But they they know there's a is a guy in the neighborhood here who you know, is a pedophile or or have some type of criminal history. Well, how did how did Lauren lake her bring your daughter day? I made my wife even. She. Was dating. She she she made it a situation where she wanted to see the driver's license. Like the photograph look at my photograph. What is your photograph? Look like she wanted information from the driver's license. Right. Got the license plate. And then the last thing was she offered a drink. And the reason she wanted him sit take latent fingerprints just in case. Kicks off of the of class that rapid she'd take it with them using tongs. Take it from using tongs and put it in a ziplock bag. Nutty? Well, I don't know if we have time for for Bill whose hanging on because I think we're just we're almost out of time on with our with John Douglas, but we will get to open lines Bill that you have a quick question. We can get an answer to. I would like to know why some of these people can be taught within a relatively short period time. Well, it takes others a longer time to be caught. What really makes a difference in these people interesting. Okay. We have we categorize them and do it in this other book this crime classification manual, but we categorize them as organized and disorganized. Don't use the where we really don't use the word psychopath schizophrenic. So so the organiz type or types where you'll find the crime is highly premeditated. The subject Elise very very little evidence for us. The outdoor cases become extremely difficult forensically to collect evidence through the elements. And so it's it's it's really plus victimology. If you're dealing with victims who are drug addicts prostitutes runaways street, people high risk victims really difficult for for.
"robert hand" Discussed on WTVN
"But just before the bottom of the hour. We were talking with John Douglas about serial killer police officers in that motif gets used all the time doesn't it about, you know, mostly in works of fiction about you. And I were not so different. You know, the killer tells the cop and the cop feels wonder one way or another about it. And but that that duality I think the idea of the, you know, cops and robbers that they're much more connected than they have more in common than they don't where are you with that? You were just talking about a case of a police officer who had committed serious crimes using the the cover of the badge. Yeah. We we. We didn't have a whole lot of those cases. I had a case out of San Diego where a a police officer who would teach rape prevention ended up being a a rapist, and we're able to Lincoln forensically through a badge the fibers from. The basil badge. We're on the victims that we got into the interrogation and were able to get a confession out of him. A big one that we did part of our thirty six serial killers. In the initial study got him Gerald Shafer in Florida ballots from department to department small departments, and and they would get rid of him. But they would give him a good recommendation. Just so they can get get rid of him ended up getting caught. He he picked up two girls hitchhiking in his police vehicle took him to a motel and later on it came back the next day to take them up in his personal car on his personal car. He had a trailer hitch and his thing would be sexual hanging. So he took these girls out into no, no area. Oh, gosh. Hi, them up to one of the girls got away got away. And then the rest was made. But then the search search was done of residents. We had diaries where he wrote about some freebies crimes at the police. Never really tied anything to him. They found some Keith the longing to victims as well in the search warrant, so he was good. He was convicted them onto they Lincoln like about thirty thirty homicides, and he was killed in nineteen ninety five and other inmate stabbing death in prison down in Florida. So when you hear that would you hear something like that does that bring you some sense of relief for or Justice, or how do you how do you process that? Yeah. I I've I have when it comes to the desk valley, I've changed a little bit a little bit here. I was on a panel two weeks ago, New York with Amanda Knox. I helped them in the next get out of prison in an Italy. And also heard of the case the west Memphis three. Oh, yeah. Totally. Yeah. I felt like very close. And so I helped they me Damien Echols was on the path. And Joe Berlinger was on the panel with mixed. I helped him get out of prison with Peter Jackson director Lord of the rings. Brought me in at the time. Everything was secret along with this group of forensic. You know, you know, experts. So you see cases like that. And now that I'm out of the bureau. I I couldn't do these kind of cases in the bureau, but now out of euro, I've been helping on cases where I I see false. Confessions have been that given by innocent people wrongful wrongful convictions like in the west Memphis three like Amanda Knox with where they bring in a tag team the case, Amanda Knox. They brought in ten police officers. Detectives who are gonna interrogator attack team over forty hours to break down and always say an innocent person is easy to ensure agape than than the criminal himself or herself because the innocent person when they're curated this by some say corrupt the investigator. They think that the person being targeted well. This will be over here. The truth will come out. I get my attorney they'll know that. And but meanwhile, you can fast or you've you've signed a confession and problem too. Is that it should be required everywhere, including FBI FBI doesn't use. This is is the tape tape the interrogation tape, the interviews. And I mean from the beginning to the end not turning the tape recorder on after you got the confession because even or a scrupulous copy of facts of the case. Now, you regurgitating back. So all the jurors will hear is. Oh, yeah. Just personally he knew everything about the case so him so. I changed. But when I see these predatory types I and there's all kinds of evidence that we have all. Not just I witnessed testimony or some jailhouse snitch or something like that. That. I I I worry at and I get a lot of calls from people are saying in 'cause my attitude when I when people say, oh, yeah. That prisons are fully innocent people kinda sarcastically. But there we have a case in Virginia here Norfolk four four four navy then independently confess to a crime that nothing to do with. And they got a confession. But then his DNA didn't match. But then they got him to give another navy, man. Name cough up a name. They did an interrogation the DNA to match this do four they got four. And they guys went to prison for years, and they finally got out not too many years ago. Joseph in Boston has a follow up question about police officers. Don't know why Joseph you're talking with John Douglas on coast to coast AM. And I wanna say hi to my friends shade, tree, computer. Yes. A vine person we have a police officer a lot of them. And can you give your contact info out of the end? 'cause I don't I'm not too good on the engine case people need we have a lot of people in prison that are innocent. What does one do when one is going to be questioned because I know police officer. I don't know personally. I saw the video that killed a guy that was in a fire and he went rammed. And Ray he wasn't response. He blood all over this. And he was doing this in the witness said he did nothing, and there were other police officers Ozark taste the guy on the ground nineteen times at twenty handle it, and if we ever get arrested, what should we do especially for innocent? And. Okay questions. Go ahead talk. You don't talk you. I don't care if it's your pulled over for traffic stop. I would tell my own children as you go. And and say, I want to have an attorney attorney, you know, represent right away. That may cause I'm not say there is a small percentage and every look at the FBI as well. We have we have Senate we'll have David hazard Robert hand says name. New information you have to you know to Russia via. I mean, you should not be taken to a room interrogated. You should require requests you wanna speak to your to your attorney as soon as as soon as. You think? Innocent. This will come out. But, but you know, you can manipulate the the nippy late someone even the confessed to be browbeaten. And a lot of innocent people won't request in an attorney. They don't because they think I'll explain it to them. And but the tactics that use I mean, you can be vulnerable. I mean, I've seen so many cases, and or people even like a man that I stayed with her just so people think she's guilty. There was no forensic evidence. Lincoln case, it was one guy day is Francis. Prince thing prince a fecal matter in the toilet. It's him. It's not a MandA. It's not Rafeal. Switch it. Oh, the boyfriend nothing. Nothing the west Memphis three they they interrogate a kid with seventy two I q you could've told them. There was cheese on the moon any would've agreed with you. And they broke them. You know, broke the this kid down. He had nothing nothing to do. None of them out anything to do with the crime. But they spent eighteen years in prison Damian spent ten on death row when they were finally freed. And unfortunately, the I spoke to the that the district attorney says what do they want what they want? They want to be exonerated. And he says, well, I don't know. I don't know about that. What do you need know? Well, I don't know. And I turned out why you didn't know about exonerated him because he was running for political office, and he votes looking for, you know, this is so we're talking with John Douglas. You'll have a few more minutes and then. Then we'll get to open lines. But I'm gonna I'm gonna ask you at the very end of follow up question from this. But first, let's get to sue in Atlanta on a wildcard line on coast to coast AM for John Douglas, sue. Thanks.
"robert hand" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"A a police officer who would teach rape prevention ended up being a a rapist, and we're able to Lincoln forensically through a badge the fibers from the bangle badge. We're on the victims that we got into the interrogation and were able to get it concession out of him. A big one we did part of our thirty six serial killers. In the initial study was got him Gerald Shafer in Florida. He balanced from department to department small departments, and and would get rid of him. But they give him a good recommendation. Just get rid of him. He ended up getting caught. He he picked up two girls hitchhiking in his police vehicle took him to a motel in later on it came back the next day to pick them up in his personal car on his personal car. He had a trailer hitch and his thing would be sex. Hanging took these girls out into no area. Oh, gosh. Girls got away got away. And then the rest was made. Then the search search was done of residents. We had diaries where he wrote about some freebies crimes at the police. Never really tied anything to him. They found some Keith the longing to victims as well in search warrant. So he was good. He was convicted them onto they Lincoln about thirty thirty homicides, and he was killed in one thousand nine hundred five another inmate stabbed them to death in prison down in Florida. So when you hear that would you hear something like that does that bring you some sense of relief for Justice, or how do you how do you process that? Yeah. I I've I have when it comes to death valley. I've changed a little bit a little bit here. I was on a panel two weeks ago, New York with Amanda Knox. Help them in the next get out of prison in Italy. And also heard of the case the west Memphis three. Oh, yeah. Totally. Yeah. I felt case for series. And so I helped Damon. Was on the path. And Joe Berlinger was on the panel. With makes I helped him get out of prison with Peter Jackson director of Lord of the rings. Brought me in at the time. Everything was secret along with this group of forensic. You know, you know, experts. So you see cases like that. And now that I'm out of the bureau. I I couldn't do these kind of cases in the bureau, but now out of euro, I've been helping on cases where I see false. Confessions have been than given by innocent people wrongful wrongful convictions like in the west Memphis three like Amanda Knox with where they bring in a tag team match the case, Amanda Knox. They brought in ten police officers. Detectives who are gonna tear gator attack team over forty hours to break down. And and I always say an innocent person is easy to ensure gate than than the Kremlin himself or herself. Because the innocent person when they're curated light like this by some say a corrupt investigator. They think that the person being targeted. Well, this will be over here. Come out. I get my attorney del know that and but meanwhile, you confess or you've you've signed a confession. And the problem too. Is that it should be required everywhere, including FBI FBI doesn't use. This is is the tape tape the interrogation tape, the interviews. And I mean from the beginning to the end not not turning the tape recorder on after you got the confession because even or a scrupulous cop. Facts of the case. Now, you regurgitating back. So all the jurors will hear is. Oh, yeah. Just personally he knew everything about the case. Zoe. Him. So. So I changed. But when I see these predatory types, and there's all kinds of evidence that we have all. Yeah. Not just I witnessed testimony or some jailhouse snitch or something like that that I I I worry, and I get a lot of calls from people are saying because my attitude when I when people say. Oh, yeah. That prisons are full innocent people kind of sarcastically. But they are we have a case in Virginia Norfolk four four four navy men independently confessed to a crime they had nothing to do with. And they got a concession. But then there's DNA didn't match. But then they got into give another navy man's name cough up a name. They did an interrogation the DNA. Four four. And the guys went to prison for years, and they finally got out too many years ago. Joseph in Boston has a follow up question about police officers. Don't know why Joseph you're talking with John Douglas on coast to coast AM. And I wanna say hi to my friends, the shade tree, computer. Yes. I'm a blind person. We have a police officer a lot of them. And can you give your contact info out of the end? 'cause I don't I'm not too good on the engine case people need we have a lot of people in prison that are innocent. What does one do when one is going to be questioned because I know police officer. I don't know personally. I saw the video that killed a guy that was in a fire, and he rammed and Ray he wasn't response. He blood all over this. And he was doing this. In the witnesses said he did nothing, and there were other police officers Ozark taste the guy on the ground nineteen times has one handle it. And if we ever get arrested. What should we do if especially if for innocent and questions, go ahead talk? You don't talk you. I don't care if it's your pulled over for traffic stop. I would tell my own children as you go. And and say, I want to have an attorney attorney ITO represent. Right away. 'cause I'm not say there is a small percentage every look at the FBI as well. We have we have Senate. We'll have David Hanson Robert hand says name dance new information yet. Yeah. To Russia via. I mean, you should not be taken to a room interrogated. You should require requests you wanna speak to your to your attorney as soon as as soon as right away. Innocent. This will come out. But, but you know, you can manipulate the manipulate someone either confessed do be browbeaten and a lot of innocent people won't request an attorney. They don't they think I'll explain it to them. And but the tactics at us. I mean, you can be vulnerable. I mean, I've seen so many cases and or people even like Amanda Knox stage with her. People think she's guilty. There was no forensic evidence. Lincoln case, it was one guy. Rudy today is. Bloody prints thing prince of fecal matter in the toilet. It's him. It's nine Amanda. It's not Rafael's the boyfriend nothing nothing the west Memphis three. They they interrogate a kid with a seventy two I q you told them. There was cheese on the moon, any would've agreed with you and broke them. You know, the broke this kid down. He had nothing nothing to do. None. None of them out. The crime. But he spent eighteen years in prison Damian spent ten on death row when they were finally freed. Unfortunately, the ice. I spoke to the district attorney says what do they want? What are they want? They want to be exonerated. And he says, well, I don't know. I don't know about that. Yeah. What do you need? Well, I don't know. And I turned out why didn't know about exonerating because he was running for political office. Right. And he votes looking for, you know, this is so we're talking with John Douglas. You'll have a few more minutes, and then we'll get to open lines. But I'm gonna I'm gonna ask you at the very end of follow up question from this. But first, let's get to sue in Atlanta on a wildcard line on coast to coast AM for John Douglas, sue. Thanks to the completely creepy. Song from silence of the lambs. Anyway..
"robert hand" Discussed on KGO 810
"It's New Year's day. I'm John Rothman in for Ethan Bearman right here on page. Oh. No place. I'd rather be than right here with you. Okay. We're talking about a holiday mystery the headline in politico. Why did the chief Justice John Roberts intervene in the motor probe? And according to this story by Nelson Cunningham for about to find out. Why chief Justice bring court decided to get involved in the special counsel investigation. I'm sitting here thinking to myself. The whole investigation has to do with Donald Trump. How can this not affect Donald Trump? Well, we just had an Email from my friend, Leslie, and Leslie is now calling and Leslie I'm delighted to welcome you to the program. Happy new year. John and thank you for referring to my Email. I I do think as I said that this situation regarding the chief Justice, Sandra. Meaning in the Muller investigation won't turn out to mount why do you why widely thick that? Well, I'll I'll I'll just say that as you just said, and as you know, from reading that article by Mr Cunningham and political. A he he will. You mentioned that the special counsel has responded already sooner than they were required to. And I don't think that if if there was anything really there that would affect the outcome of Muller's investigation or the process or the timeframe of the investigation. I think we would know we will know sooner rather than later on. But we don't know now. So I'm asking, obviously, we don't know you come to the conclusion that you don't think it will amount to anything. I'm just curious. Why you think that? Well, because I don't believe that as indicated by his siding with four four liberal justices recently when it came to the attempt by the president to get his asylum policy adopted. Justice Robert slapped him down as I said joining the four liberal justices and blocking his asylum policy with regard to pay people trying to come here, you know, seeking asylum in the United States, I think that tipped Roberts hand. And I have a theory that Roberts is still guilt ridden by his failure to complete the host of office with the president of the United States, Barack Obama in January of two thousand and nine. Yeah. Of course, it made no difference. But let me just move to this because we did make a difference. They had to do that. Oh, no. They didn't. Someone and I said exactly what happened later that day. They had I said they're going to have to do that again because they messed it up. The constitution. The president has to recite that old exactly as real. I am not arguing with. But I want to move directly to this. I don't wanna I don't wanna go backward. Leslie, I want to go forward you have. Now a situation where you have the chief Justice intervening on behalf of country. A and a corporation. And the question is. This isn't this a foreign entity? And couldn't the connection be that this has to do with a foreign entity. Given the fact that Donald Trump is being investigated at one of the things that occurred to me is what's your Bank because the he received. No, I know we could speculate until the end of time, but I basically also believe it will not amount to much of anything because of the timeframe. That this is happening. You've got the Democrats taking over on Thursday. They of course will have subpoena powers with their various committee investigations. You've got the newly I believe she's installed today. I believe is the day that the statewide officers elected officials in New York state, take their office. Correct. I so therefore Letitia James is the newly installed African American woman. First time ever that an African American woman to believe in liberal, New York state first time, ever, an African American woman has ever been elected to statewide office in New York state. She's a new the newly elected attorney general, and you made it very clear she's going to go after the president..
Seattle, Huskies and Komo discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt
"The State Department of transportation is showing its support for the Seattle storm as the team continues its quest for a third WNBA title, the five twenty birds sentinels are lit up and storm green and yellow all this week. The storm lead the championship series two games to none game three tomorrow in Washington