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"ryan bunny" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"You know, some notes. I mean, these notes are probably 20 years old. This point And I'm looking him over today. And I'm not seeing a lot of the same things that were true, then it might be true now, And I say that just to, uh uh, heard you to listen at 6 35 because Richard Porter he's on the Republican National Committee represents Illinois is an attorney here in Chicago, and he's gonna be with us and he wrote a piece that I saw it cranes today. Dylan. I can change but only with a change of leadership, so we'll get to him coming up in just a few minutes. Patrick heard our conversation about the proposed legislation in Springfield that will mandate mandatory sex education K through 12 public schools throughout the state. Patrick. Go ahead, sir. Welcome your thoughts. Yeah, You're talking about the school redistricting, and I'm looking at my ballot, and everyone on the ballot is a Republican or Democrat except for the school board. Not one person on this ballot. The school district, the college high schools. Listen, if Democrats or Republicans well, it's nonpartisan. It's a nonpartisan election for school board. Don't we have a right to know what they stand for? Then asked to go to that. Nobody wants socialism, you know, But then you got you have to go to the forms or they all have Chef to have to avail themselves. My uncle was on the school board for years. And you can ask them what they think. And you know what other intentions And what do they think about this bill? This proposed bill. How do they want to handle sex education and their particular district? And if you don't want to see a mandated stay wide, then people have start getting involved in contact your state legislators to say no, no, we'll do it on a local basis. I think by and large, most decisions are best decided on a local basis. Songs. It's not unconstitutional. Thank you, Patrick. Appreciate it get involved. You know, it's easy to complain. Tough to govern. So what is the Republican Party stand for? You know, my first president could vote for his Ronald Reagan. And they don't seem to have a unifying theme or issue nowadays or issues. You know Donald Trump his agenda was himself. Let's be honest. So where does that leave the party moving forward? No. You know you don't have the house. You don't have the Senate. You have Texas you have George. I get that hit Florida, But I'm saying federally, Alright, so Republicans used to be for fiscal discipline, right balance budgets. Now it's gone. Most recently in 2017 tax cuts blew up the deficit, so can't really can't use that all right from my notes Defense policy. One strongly pro NATO. No, we were interventionist, but hopefully with the judicious use for blend treasure. Under Trump Republicans scene Sign up with tyrants Republicans used to warn against dictators. How about trade policy? He has to be for free trade. Now Some Republicans are for terrorists, others air now. Health policy. I mean, I've been hearing from the GOP for 11 years that they would put forward and passing Obamacare replacement that be better and cheaper. Still waiting on that. I wanted to go for the town. Well, I can't help you there, whether it's a school border national health care. Science Republicans or one strong supporters of actually Science. The CDC, the NIH Now big chunk of the party sees professionals in that sector has not chops, you know, just political operatives. Deep staters. Republicans. What 30% 40% of Republicans air hasn't into get the vaccination for covert 19. I'm just going down my list here. Is a massive Gulf, also between a division between local and state Republicans and national Republicans, mayors and governors gladly took the recent of stimulus funds. Not a single Republican in D. C voted for it, then that brings it immigration, you know. Bush, George W. Bush and Reagan spoke frequently about how valuable immigrants were. You know, Donald Trump kind of blew that all up for his own purposes. Where's the G o P. M major immigration issues Just asking Um, how about foreign students who study in America's then become permanent? Citizens said good or bad? They used to be a huge plus Republicans. Just talk about all the time about the dreamers. Pathway to citizenship. Yes or no? What does it mean? Mean, certainly it should be longer. Then people that stand in line and do it legitimately, right. But is there any avenue any pathway for citizenship for people who are undocumented? Who already here and working? Republicans for reforming asylum laws. Yes or no. Should anybody be able to get asylum here in the states? What about work visas? Work visas used to be tremendously successful here and they used to be touted by Republicans. Democrats used to make me against work visas because the union connection I don't know where Republicans are there, either. I mean, just is such a dichotomy of what the Republicans used to be rules. And what the Republicans are now. Um, For now Republicans are the minority. It's easy to be against bite networks, but they're gonna have to come up with some policies and some pluses before they get reelected again. And mass. That brings us to this story. Is this what the Republican Party is nowadays? Just being against Against everything, and the main goal is to own the lips. Member Almond Bundy. Common. Bundy, wearing a cowboy hat was scheduled to stand trial Monday. Up in Idaho. Ah, he was up on charges that he trust past and obstructed officers at the Capitol, Idaho during a special session last fall. Bundy failed to appear in the courtroom. You know why? Because he was outside with about 100 or so says dozens. I looked at the video 100. He was outside with 100 of his supporters, and they were all chanting. Let him in! Let him in. There's no mask mandate because the guys at the courthouse decided you have to wear a mask to come in. And by the way, I want you to go through the metal detector like everybody Sorry. Based on your history. You're gonna be going through the detector and you gotta put on a mask. I'm not putting on a mask. There's no mask mandate. Well, actually, there is some mandated by the Idaho Supreme Court. Thank fuck. No, it's the IDA whole. We're not talking Massachusetts. Not talking. Connecticut, New York, Illinois, Idaho Supreme Court mandated it Money, by the way is represent himself in the criminal case. That's always a good idea. You remember in 2014. He and his father led an armed standoff that was in Nevada as the What was that? The Bureau of Land Management. Yes. We're trying to seize his father's cattle from a public plot of land because his father decided he didn't want to pay any fees to let his cattle graze on our land. You know what category I put him in a tax cheat. Was asked by my colleague Joe Walls, talk shows, not guitarist. I was never in the Eagles. A lot of people think I was I was so I did work with Joe and shows said, Hey, I'm flying out to support the Bundys. Do you want to come with me? It'll be great publicity for us. We'll stand there against the feds. And I said What? And I'm standing in support of a tax cheat. You go ahead. It's all yours. Chill. Good luck. So and two years later, Bundy and his brother Ryan, Uh, Monday. Ryan Bunny and Bundy Bundy. No, I am and Bunny were arrested at a national wildlife refuge in the northwest. They were there. They were holed up for a while. People were sending them sex age. Remember that whole thing and they were found not guilty. So now he has been once again charge when that showing up in court. So because he didn't put on the mask and show up for court. Now he faces new charges of failing to appear in front of a judge. You can put that on. Is that what the Republican Party stands for nowadays? I certainly hope not. You probably won't ask our next guest about Bundy. That wouldn't be fair. But Richard Porter did write a fine op ed in Crane's Today. Illinois can change, but only with the change of leadership. He'll explain how next on Double D. L s.
"ryan bunny" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks
"One person that you have to be able to match with is George Kindle. He is a tough match up for most teams because they don't have a linebacker that can run with them and they don't typically have safety deputy big enough to deal with the physicality will Zia Simmons. They have a guy in theory they can line up having walk up on in in you take gentle out the game that helps. He also gives them a space player. Meaning a silent a silent player to deal with Russell Wilson. Muslim growth is athleticism. His ability to make these Improvisational plays you have to have someone that can match him. Make him uncomfortable when he does decidedly the pocket as it Simmons gives them that racer that most teams are looking for in this new era in the national football. You know what? Let's let's actually finish this up because I started talking at the top of this part of the conversation by mentioning the Ravens had the easiest schedule in the league you as the toughest schedule in the league patriot. The Patriots Patriots. Have the toughest schedule in football this year based on the combined record of their opponents a season ago so how how do we then assess what the Patriots did in Free Agency? And which was you know? Not a whole lot. Saw a couple of their players leave. They locked up like up. Devin mccourty brought him back. They brought Joe tune back on the franchise tag. And so there's some of those sort of things and then looking at where they went in the draft knowing one they didn't. They didn't go quarterback in sued. They didn't even really go receiver although they did. Double Down at the tight end spot. What does that tell you about the Patriot? Way Moving forward. They certainly don't care about what we think. On the outside they go about their business. Always Been Organization. That's been really really streamlined. In terms of the number of players that they look at How they go about selecting their players. What this really tells me. I just believe that Bill Belichick figures that he can figure out anything when it comes to his team in even though they are losing. Tom Brady the greatest of all time. I think we will see this team play like the Patriots teams in the early two thousands. Those teams were really collective units. They've played complimentary ball Didn't really have stars. Drew Bledsoe the starting quarterback but wants Tom Brady took over. That was the team that ran the ball through to a bunch of no name. Wide Receivers the defense carried away and they want a ton of games. Three out of four super bowls during that span. Bill Belichick is going to build that team. He's building this team kind of in their image and I'll say this about Julius because everyone has questioned in house about zero Why would you entrust them? But I went back and looked at the preseason. Jared stood up had a really good. Preseason really solid like sixty seven completion rate maybe a four to one touchdown interception ratio. And when you saw them play withstood him a little more movement a lot more play action from traditional to back sets and when he does spread it out he does a good job of getting the ball out of his hands. I absolutely believe you'll see the Patriots. Lean on the run game but this will be a team. That doesn't like the way back in two thousand. I still think they're one of the toughest teams to defeat because they have so much. How when it comes to winning and just looking at Kyle Duggar Lenore Rhine. You know division to school obviously was one of the darlings of the pre-draft process from his performance at the senior bowl in at the combine and all the run up in his tape you know he was clearly the best player on the field and a lot of those games that you watched from. Lenore Ryan Bunny still represents a bit of a risk which I think also fits within the ballot. Check drafting profile. That's second round has been a huge risk ground for the Patriots. I mean they swung missed on a number of defensive backs. It's where they got rob. Gronkowski didn't even play in his final season Arizona. They end up getting him there. And that obviously worked out but ducker still a bit of a risk these great athlete right but in some versatility there with how they want to use them. But you're still projecting absolutely are rejecting. I mean it's a huge bridge for Jackson one is always it's always a projection when you're dealing with rookies and how they were transitioning you try to speculate. How long will it take for them to get comfortable and let their talent shot with? Isn't even bigger. Jump FOR GAC. I'm from Lenore Ryan. Small School Competition was probably the best guy on the field. Every time you stepped onto the feel different game different ballgame. He is remarkable athlete. He has tremendous physical ability. But how long would it take him to settle in so it is a bit of a risk the thing about the draft in what is funny and fascinating about the draft? When you sit in meetings a lot of times team executives will say this. We always say a privately The guys that you really count on are the guys. That are really selected. The first two days most drafts are judged by. How did you first round you? Second round in the third round. Do but really your first round. Those guys need to be immediate. Contributors starters your second round guys should be key contributors in the mix and in your third around Gaza are these guys that have potential to star but it may take a year so anything beyond that from the team side. They're talking developmental got so when gas come from the four fifth and sixth round and they play and play really well early. It is a huge surprise. Not only to the to the outside world but the team itself Ladies and Gentlemen Bucky Brooks Multimedia Mogul High School. Football Coach extraordinaire former. Nfl Scouts second round. Pick the buffalo bills back in one thousand nine hundred four an absolute podcast professional because he leads us right in our next conversation talking about impact rookie classes and yes we will talk about those picks on the first two days of the draft and I want to start this part of the conversation as we try to identify some of these rookie classes. That will have the biggest impact for their teams with a team that had the most picks in the first round which was the Miami. Dolphins had three picks obviously use their first one onto it sung by lower and then followed that up by drafting tackle and Jackson. Usc and tree in trading back and ended up getting a cornerback out of Auburn. In Noah. Eggnog any a guy that we had not really projected as a first rounder. So I think when people see a team that has so many picks in the first. I don't know let's say sixty right. They ended up having five in the first sixty. Picks Your Count You. You feel like you. People are counting on those players to be immediate impacts right into especially for a team that struggled last year. Are those players though immediate impact guys for the dolphins? Because you look at to. Obviously you know you've got the injury concern there. You want to give him some time until he feels comfortable. But then looking at Jackson Noggin. Even Robert Hunt. They're picking the second round was a tackle now projects as a guard right Are those players immediate impact guys? You know it's funny outside the two I would say quite possibly yes I think Austin Jackson Hood gives them an opportunity to get young guys into the starting lineup. I would expect those guys to compete for plants. I'm in Austin. Is the most natural left tackle so I would think that he would get into the mix. eggnog innate. Is Funny because when I watch him? He's not necessarily my flavor of corner that I like but understand the pick straight-line athlete track background Both parents are distinguished Athletes from Nigeria. He has shown that explosiveness on tape. Straight Line player. But because the Miami Dolphins play so much in demand his ball skills and stuff don't really matter in fact they signed a Guy Bar Jones who has to career picks And so they WANNA lock. They WANNA play man-to-man they WANNA play with their cornerbacks back to the ball and just really focus on sticking their guy. I think he'll have a chance as the number three corner to be a factor for them. So if you're able to get two out of four. Two out of five of those early picks to play and play well our market as a success because we know at some point. They're going to hand the ball to to and to us. Performance is how the draft will ultimately be judged. Yeah and another class that we talk about and look I think a lot of times. You look at teams that you know that were picking in the first fifteen picks you know the first twenty picks that didn't you didn't end up making the playoffs. You would expect the guys that they select to. Maybe have an opportunity to contribute a little earlier I think. The the raiders represent some something that way with drafting a guy like Henry rugs some way shape or form that speed is going to impact the game and then I thought you know like maybe as good a job as any team in finding potential impact players in every round in which they selected now they finish their draft in the fourth round But I thought they found from top to bottom. They did is GonNa a job as anybody there in those first four rounds at finding some impact players. Yeah it's funny. Because I been the raiders up a little bit about the Henry Rugs. Pick in how he translated in terms of being a number two would number three at Alabama to now being a number one but the raiders and then I had a friend went out to me that if you go back and look at Jon Goodwin it was at Tampa Bay. Jon Gruden had a guy name. Joey Galloway Joey Galloway was a burner a speedster out of Ohio state. He played with the Seattle seahawks. Play with the Dallas cowboys when they made the move to get him when join Galloway went to the Tampa Bay buccaneers as a speedster. He actually lifted up. Jon Gruden found a way to take advantage of speed and explosiveness and get him in a position where he can make plays after play after. Play when I look at Henry rooks looking at these numbers and I want you to remember because this is kind of remarkable giveaway was in his thirties. When gets there? He started four thirty five thirty six. He has twelve hundred dollars. A thousand a thousand twenty three touchdowns in it three years Spain ow and so. I'm sitting here like Oh woo might be over my skis. Maybe Jon Gruden is like oh I got this. Give me my version of Joy. Galloway agotic and run the deep overs. The shallow crosses the big plays down to feel and I'm going to enable him to make big plays. It may not be a guy that is one hundred catch got but he may average sixteen seventeen yards per catch. And I'm just looking at that. Some of the highest yards per reception of his career in his age. Thirty five thirty six season. How ridiculous is that phenomenal seen seventeen? Well Yeah but when my my.
"ryan bunny" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling
"And exclusive interviews also call of the action with Lord Alfred Hayes special bonus Tuesday in Texas, maybe maybe either for a patriotic or just a regular app. We should just record a lot of trips to Franken sons. Now, you're talking. Did you see any of the Crockett Cup? No, I caught the rock and roll Briscoes match away. Wait ahead of the show. Oh, yeah. God you're so excited to talk about wrestling. So refreshing. Alex. Also sent me a copy of shocker on HFS shocker. Yeah. The fuck is at a horror movie, you wouldn't like it. You. Remember the ads for that? I never watched it. Keep it away from me, so west crave. Movie. The a murderer is putting the electric chair. Yes. And then he yes. Goes into the electricity. Yes. There's actually two movies with basically that same plot at the same time. There was ghost in the machine. Okay. And then there was shocker. Well, that's like the summary had deep star six leviathan in the abyss. You know? I mean these Ryan bunnies. There was there was also like a couple where it was just like raining Allott, and there was like a earthquake or twister. What was the Michael Keaton one? Where in the white noise was called white noise. Where like there were like ghosts or some sort of someone was on the other side of like the white noise on the TV anyway, right? Yeah. What was that movie called? I'm just glad that people. You know, it felt like Michael Keaton kind of went away for a while. Now, he's back. He's back. I don't know like better than ever just like Eric Bischoff. I would put it on. Like around like this basically around like the nineties multiplicity. Okay. It was either you are on board you weren't. And then it felt like you know, what happened to Michael Keaton. You ever see Pacific Heights? If I did I forgot it. Well, it's worth watching. White noise. White noise is the Phil Brad from Hartford Kentucky Senator some cards. Brad. Thank you brats. And do appreciate it stack magazine through there. Wow. Anything you want to spend some time with I did go through that PWI from two thousand to Brad. I don't know if you're aware, but there are pages missing. And a picture has been cut out of AJ styles. I'm not gonna hold you personally accountable. But, you know, kids kids we accept all magazines new old abused. Like we have to. It's like a it's like a puppy mill where where we have to do a magazine rescue. That's right. Keep these books like this. If you're moving I believe, that's what Brad said he's moving. So he was going through some stuff if if you just want something to have new home you want, you know, to send it to the arena mixie archives? We will take care of it for you. Try to download some papers and get a ringtone God. Trust me. I am. I am not shaming you for their being things cut out of that one magazine. But it did remind me of the. The gentleman that I bought magazines from at the house of hardcore convention, you know, I might as well, you know, what I should have known better. Well, he was telling those two people he sold those was giving them out of the kind of. It's it's it's like I'm not gonna ask for my free back. I am very excited to have the magazine. But here's the thing who put on that convention. We should've known better. I will say that the magazine from last week or the week before the one with the OJ Rico. Yeah, that whole magazine was great. Like it made me look up. If I could find more issues of that, whatever that MAG is sorts sports wrestling review or something. Yeah. Yeah. Because I was like, oh, this is just a good wrestling magazine. Do you want something to put your feet, mar man of Jilin, you sure, I just feel like a hill. Feel like a heel a hillbilly Jerry stomach from the last record store if you ever in Santa Rosa, California. That's where you need to go. Man. That's that's the dude. I'll wait a second. Brad had a, hey, hey kids if you.
"ryan bunny" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Do you feel about it? I want it to feel better about it. I felt better towards the end not because it was ending all of that might be part of it. But I feel like I was cheesy. Cheesy but cute, maybe has a positive message. And I would watch it if it came on TBS Sunol rainy Sunday afternoon, and I happen to be drunk drunk. Unable to move off the Celtics about to pass out. I land. Bryan, Cranston is great Kevin Hart. So funny. Nicole Kidman, obviously wonderful. But it just didn't feel it didn't feel like it would get media enough there. It felt like sort of a surface easy after school special feel we're taking questions Donna Valentine answer. I have a comment. Maybe that is a good thing that you're not that intrigued by the trailer. Because oftentimes when the trailers really good movie doesn't really support it. And I liked that Nicole Kidman. Isn't this is that what you said? Is she really just gonna take a throwaway role? Well, I don't know. I mean, like, Bryan, Cranston, Nicole Kidman being in this. You think that feels like okay, they're making good choices cutting? No disrespect to Kevin Hart. But he's a comedic actor who's kind of on its way up who's probably cash and checks. But the other two aren't right. I don't know. It just I just wanted it to sound Ryan bunny, you go see this movie, and let us know how it is in January. Some y'all got.
"ryan bunny" Discussed on 99 Percent Invisible
"Snow. The bundy's dared the federal government to try to stop them. They held daily press conferences to talk about how the government can't own land. But there were differences from the standoff in Nevada, two years earlier. Many townspeople didn't by the bundy's story. This time they posted signs across burns that said, militia, go home. They held meetings asking the sheriff to turn off the power to the refuge and let the bundy's freeze when the occupiers called for supplies. People from around the world sent boxes, sex toys, really. They called them y'all Kedah on social media vanilla ISIS. They spend a wish the way on all this hateful stuff to send out your choice. But the biggest difference between Oregon and Nevada is that this time shots are fired, and it happens on a remote Oregon highway twenty six days after the occupation started an informant tips off the feds that the bundy's and other leaders of the takeover are driving in two cars to a nearby town. They plan to hold a meeting in the next county over and see the sheriff who supported their cause. But on the way, federal and state law enforcement sets up roadblocks. Ammon Bundy gives up immediately. He gets out hands up as Oregon state police close in, but the people in the other Trump don't give up occupation spokesman, Robert lavar finicky is behind the wheel. He was once a model rancher paid his grazing fees to the federal government. But he converted to bundy's way of seeing things during bunkerville. So you do you damn well, please. I'm not going anywhere I am right there. You bet data. You give me now. Develop through me. What you're hearing is a video taken from inside finicky comes truck during that stock inside the truck with Finnigan was Ryan bunny an eighteen year old girl named Victoria, sharp, and the person shooting the video Shawna Cox. Depending on who you ask. What happens next is either an assassination attempt or justified police shooting at all. Never stopped should never have stop. Ryan bunny says they shouldn't have stopped lasers from rifles flash inside the truck officer shout to get out. It doesn't take long before finicky hits a breaking point. Down down. Steps on the gas. I shooting barrels around the curved road and when he gets through the roadblock, he swerves at the last minute, the vehicle narrowly misses an FBI agent. Truck crashes in the snow. And before the truck is fully stopped Finnigan leaps out. Someone fires, two shots that hit the truck. He stumbles through knee-deep snow, keep shouting. His hands are up at first. Then he reaches for his jacket, pocket inside is loaded handgun. He put his hands up again and he reaches hands up, reach. Finally, police do shoot him. He never managed to grab the gun. Apple. Too. Damn lands. Yeah. Damn. Why are they keep shooting. Bye. All of us. Back. Here's your stupid. Police were shooting balls of pepper spray. The voi- was bleeding out and snowbank on the side of the road. Law enforcement had been trying hard to avoid a shootout. They waited twenty six days for the bundy's to leave the compound and the roadblock was on an isolated road for the bundy's can call for backup. Within days a memorial popped up, we're Lavoix had died, and the Bundy crew were talking about it like an assassination. Who is the ultimate example of a tarantula government. Imminent Ryan Bundy were arrested at the roadblock and went to jail in Oregon. Cliven Bundy was arrested days later as he got off a flight in Portland, he was coming to help his sons. Instead, he was indicted on the list of charges stemming from the bunkerville standoff in Nevada. Prosecutors had been waiting two years to spring. This trap. It wasn't looking good for the bundy's. The Mao your occupation had led to a man's death and they were about to have to argue in front of a federal judge that the standoffs were justified because the federal government couldn't own state land. But then in court, things did not go as expected. The court case in the verdict when Bundy Ville continues. Most of us brush our teeth wrong because most brands focus on selling flashing gimmicks rather than better brushing, but not quip. Quip is the new electric toothbrush. That's a fraction of the cost of bulkier. Brushes impacts premium by brations for perfect, two minute clean plus quips, guiding pulses. Remind you went to switch sides and they'll deliver new brush heads on a dentist, recommended schedule every three months for just five dollars, including free shipping. Worldwide. Quip starts at just twenty five dollars. And if you go to get quick dot com slash nine nine right now you'll get your first refill pack free with a quip, electric toothbrush. That's spelled g. e. t. q. u. IP dot com. Slash nine nine. That's get quip dot com. Slash the numbers. Nine nine. We've all heard a lot about privacy policies in the last few months, but have you ever heard
"ryan bunny" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To. Work at clips. That nobody US is opening up seven, plants in fact US steel isn't opening. Up seven plants but it has restarted a couple of, blast furnaces and Illinois and it has announced some. Other capital projects CEO David bird appeared on. FOX business, network recently so we're absolutely excited for our team and for our customer so that. We can provide mind melted and made in the USA steel steel companies are among the biggest beneficiaries of President Trump's. Decision to impose tariffs. On imported. Metals, the, tariffs make. Imports more expensive and that's, helped drive up steel, prices Mary lovely as a professor of economics at Syracuse university the tariffs are working exactly the way they should they produce winners and losers among the losers she says. Are companies that, have to buy a lot of medals to be used. In manufacturing suddenly they have to pay more the companies that use Steal like aluminum can manufacturers they're. Going, to be hurt, by this over the past few weeks. Companies such as Caterpillar whirlpool and General Motors have said they're having? To contend with rising metal prices the higher costs come at a. Time when, manufacturers are otherwise faring well William Stabers, president of stable industries a small Ohio company that makes washing. Machines and other products we are so busy that it's out of control busy the orders just. Keep coming in here and it's never ending still Stabers says the rising price of aluminum and steel is causing him headaches you go get a quote today it's good through the end. Of business today period Stabers has much of, what his company needs to buy, our specialty metals that aren't even made. In the United States he has no choice but to, import them so tariffs make no sense it's all. About protecting jobs and saving jobs okay I. Get that, but we're not even making it here so whose job are you saving when we're. Not doing it here that's the view that Scott Paul Familiar with the trade. Group that Paul heads the alliance for American manufacturing supports. The steel and aluminum tariffs but Paul concedes that many of. The manufacturers he represents don't he tells them the prices should eventually come back. Down Paul says the cost of. The tariffs is a small part of the, nineteen trillion dollar US economy obviously some steel consumers will face some price adjustments but overall a lot of the signs white. To a healthy economy Paul says the US. Has longstanding problems with China. And other trading partners and the tariffs are. Part, of a strategy, to address them there may be some. Pain now he says but in the end the benefits will be? Worth it Jim zarroli NPR news A federal jury. In Oregon has found FBI agent w Joseph ass Tarita not, guilty of charges related to the shooting death. Of a malheur national wildlife occupation spokesman in. Two thousand sixteen asteroid was accused of lying about who fired activists Lavoie finicky was shot and killed during the occupation Conrad Wilson of Oregon public broadcasting was in the courtroom today, when the verdict was read and joins us now Conrad IRA explain what asked to Rita was charged with lying about. Or prosecutors say that asteroid have fired twice and then when he was asked by his supervisors whether. He, shot prosecutors said he lied about it twice. Telling them, he never fired and so that was the basis for. Two counts of making false statements prosecutors say because of those alleged lies, that obstructed Justice today the jury quitted Rita on all three. Counts the FBI was pursuing finnick a mad, day so what would, have been the reason to lie. About who shot win Well prosecutors in their closing statements said it might. Have been about. Ego they sent asteroid was part of an elite hostage rescue team it's really competitive international counterterrorism force. It's very difficult to become a member of it, and so had he fired that day at missed or prosecutors said that that would. Have been at the very least and embarrassing thing to admit during the. Trial asked me to said that really all he ever wanted, to be in life was an FBI agent. So missing a shot like that prosecutors argued. Would mean that they could you may have failed at at his job What has the reaction been. So far from anti-government activists to this acquittal Well many of them have already taken to social. Media calling the verdict and injustice on. The Facebook page of genetic Vinnicombe that's the voice, and it comes wife people expressed remorse for the loss of her husband but others said that this. Was, a conspiracy and that the government was covering up. For us street I've even though this case, was decided by a jury so the federal government? Lost this case today what does this mean for the FBI going forward Well. You know the the outcome helps preserve the FBI's images, of integrity in a way one of the most elite. Agents was acquitted of having done anything wrong in this really high profile police shooting at the same time having an. Agent on trial like this is a good, for the agency for either as. For prosecutors in this case I mean this is just another black. I mean they didn't get? Any, convictions in Oregon after a couple of trials in Oregon they got a couple of convictions in the second one but. The leaders of the occupation Ammon Bundy. Ryan bunny they were all acquitted and in convictions. For cliven Bundy and the two thousand fourteen Nevada stand up with the government so so really now. They've, lost this case it's it's just another blackout Conrad. We mentioned you were in the courtroom when, the verdict was read what was the scene there Well you know I mean asked to read a looked really relieved with the. Outcome he appeared to be holding hands with two of the attorneys on either. Side of him he was seated facing. Forward just really focused on on. The, side while, the courtroom and after the jury was dismissed you just stood up in. Embraced his his defense team had four attorneys working with them on this case gave him a big hugs federal prosecutors not surprisingly declined, interview in our during a press conference but in a statement of the us attorney for Oregon Billy Williams said that. They were, they respect the jury's verdict. And the, department of Justice felt that the case. Needed to be brought before a jury. Asteroid is defense put out a statement and they said, you know asteroid is a hero who puts out puts. His life on the line every I puts his life on the line for his country every day and they were. Grateful for the jury and I seen through, a case that they believed never. Should have been brought that's Conrad Wilson of Oregon public broadcasting thanks. For joining us today Conrad You're. Welcome.
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"A federal jury in Oregon has found FBI. Agent w Joseph Astor Rita not guilty of charges related to, the shooting death of a malheur national wildlife, occupation spokesman in two thousand sixteen asteroid was. Accused of lying about who fired when activists lavar finicky I'm was shot and killed during the occupation Conrad Wilson of Oregon public broadcasting was in the courtroom today when the verdict, was read and joins us now hi Conrad IRA explain what asked to Rita was charged with lying about or prosecutors. Say that asteroid have fired twice at finicky and then when he was asked by his supervisors whether. He, shot prosecutors said he lied about it twice. Telling them, he never fired and so that was the basis for. Two counts of making false statements prosecutors say because of those alleged lies, that obstructed Justice today the jury acquitted strata on all three. Counts the FBI was pursuing finicky on that, day so what would, have been the reason to lie. About who shot win Well prosecutors in their closing statements said it, might, have been. About ego they said thereto was part of an elite hostage rescue team it's really competitive international counterterrorism force it's. Very difficult to become a member of it and, so had he fired that day and missed or you know prosecutors said that that. Would have been at the very least an embarrassing thing to admit during. The trial is free to said that really all he ever, wanted to be in life wasn't FBI agent, so missing a shot like that prosecutors argued. Would mean that they could you may have failed at at his job What has the reaction been. So far from anti-government activists to this acquittal Well many of them have already taken to social media. Calling the verdict and injustice on. The Facebook page of Ginette finna come that's the, voice that comes wife people expressed remorse for the loss of her husband but others said that this. Was a conspiracy and that the government was covering. Up for us street even though this case, was decided by a jury so the federal government? Lost this case today what does this mean for the FBI going forward Well yeah the the outcome, helps preserve the FBI's images of integrity in a way, you know one of the most lead agents was acquitted. Of having done anything wrong in this really high profile police shooting at the same time having an agent on. Trial like this isn't good for the agency, for either as for prosecutors in this case. I mean this is just another black high I mean they didn't. Get any convictions in Oregon? After, there are, a couple, of trials and Oregon they got a couple. Of convictions in the second one but the leader of the occupation Ammon Bundy. Ryan, bunny they were all acquitted and it didn't convictions for cliven Bundy in twenty fourteen Nevada stand up with the government so. So really now they've lost this. Case it's it's just a another black eye Conrad, we mentioned you were in the courtroom when the verdict was read what was the scene there well. You know I mean asked to looked really relieved. At the outcome he appeared to be holding, hands with two of the attorneys on either side Him he was seated facing forward just really focused on on the side of the courtroom and after the, jury was dismissed you just stood up in embraced his defense team you had four attorneys working with them on. This case, gave him a big hugs federal. Prosecutors not, surprisingly declined an interview in our press. Conference but in a statement the us attorney for, Oregon Billy Williams said that they were they respect the, jury's verdict and the department of Justice felt that the. Case needed to be brought before a jury asteroid is defense put out a statement and they said you know. Asteroid is a hero who puts out puts, his life on the line every I puts. His life on the line for his country every day and they. Were grateful for the jury? And, I seen, through a, case that they believed never should have been. Brought that's Conrad Wilson of Oregon public broadcasting thanks for joining us today Conrad You're. Welcome.
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"Snow. The bundy's dared the federal government to try to stop them the hill daily press conferences to talk about how the government can't own land. But there were differences from the standoff in Nevada, two years earlier. Many townspeople didn't by the Bundy story. This time they posted signs, cross burns, said, militia, go home. They held meetings asking the sheriff to turn off the power to the refuge. Let the bundy's freeze when the occupiers called for supplies. People from around the world sent boxes, sex toys, really. They called them y'all Kedah on social media vanilla ISIS. All this hateful stuff sent out of your choice. But the biggest difference between Oregon Nevada is that this time shots are fired. It happens on a remote Oregon highway twenty six days after the occupation started an informant tips off the feds that the bundy's and other leaders of the takeover are driving in two cars to a nearby town. They plan to hold a meeting in the next county over and see the sheriff who supported their cause. But on the way, federal state law enforcement sets up roadblocks. Emon Bundy gives up immediately. He gets out hands up as Oregon state police close in, but the people in the other truck don't give up occupations, spokesman. Robert Lavoix finicky is behind the wheel. He was once a model rancher paid his grazing fees to the federal government. He was also a devout Mormon and helped raise dozens of foster children in his ranch. But he went to bunkerville in twenty fourteen and was radicalized. So you do please. I'm not going anywhere. You're right there bet data you kill me. Now. Develop through me what you're hearing is video taken from inside finnick truck during that stop inside the truck with Finn. Kim was Ryan Bundy in eighteen year old girl named Victoria, sharp, and the person shooting the video. Shana Cox. Depending on who you ask. What happens next is either an assassination attempt or justified police shooting at all. Never stopped should never have stop. Ryan bunny says they shouldn't have stopped lasers from rifles flash inside the truck officer shout to get out. It doesn't take long before finicky hits a breaking point. Down now. Steps on the gas. I shooting barrels around the curved road when he gets through the roadblock. He swerves at the last minute, the vehicle narrowly misses an FBI agent. Truck crashes in the snow. And before the truck is fully stopped finnick leaps out. Someone fires, two shots that hit the trust. He stumbles through knee-deep snow, keep shouting. His hands are up at first. Then he reaches for his jacket, pocket inside is loaded handgun. He puts his hands up again and he reaches hands up, reach. Finally, police do shoot him. He never managed to grab the gun. Apple. To damn lands. Cam, they keep shooting. All of us. Back. Ulis. Stupid. Police were shooting balls of pepper spray. The voi- was bleeding out and snowbank on the side of the road. Law enforcement had been trying hard to avoid a shootout. They waited twenty six days for the bundy's to leave the compound and the roadblock was on an isolated road where the bundy's can call for backup. Within days a memorial popped up, we're Lavoix had died, and the Bundy crew were talking about it like an assassination who's the ultimate example of Toronto government. Imminent Ryan Mundy were arrested at the roadblock went to jail in Oregon. Cliven Bundy was arrested days later as he got up of flight in Portland, he was coming to help his sons. Instead, he was indicted on the litany of charges stemming from the bunkerville standoff in Nevada. Prosecutors had been waiting two years to spring. This trap. It wasn't looking good for the bundy's, the Mao, your occupation led to a man's death and they were about to have to argue in front of a federal judge that the standoffs were justified because the federal government couldn't own state land. But then in court, things did not go as expected. The