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Jasmine Harrison Becomes Youngest Woman to Row an Ocean

NBC Nightly News

01:26 min | 8 months ago

Jasmine Harrison Becomes Youngest Woman to Row an Ocean

"Crossing the atlantic. The hard way young british woman back on dry land after rowing her way to distinction. It's a test of strength and spirit and jasmine harrison. Aced it at twenty one the youngest woman to row solo across any ocean. How do you feel after journey like this actually mazen. The english swim instructor completed her three thousand mile row across the atlantic saturday. It seventy days three hours and forty eight minutes. You really didn't have a lot of rowing background sale. I was the challenge. It was about land conditions mental game. game. Just Just she she had had a a few few close close calls calls nearly nearly colliding colliding with with a a ship ship and and her her five five hundred. hundred. Pound Pound boat boat capsized capsized twice twice west west capsizing capsizing hot. hot. I I was was actually actually in in the cabin To light phones was so off. The safety offices the stock contact anybody else. What did you miss the most. I mismatched dog's honest. Good food harrison says one incredible moment came early on a wail of an encounter loose. Exciting thing for message now need to like go into something amazing too small achievement unions. Save half i you can stretch yourself pretty amazing by the way that void started in the canary islands and ended in

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"seventy days" Discussed on Metal Mantra Podcast

Metal Mantra Podcast

07:25 min | 8 months ago

"seventy days" Discussed on Metal Mantra Podcast

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Donald Trump Is Still not Conceding To The Election Results

Monocle 24: The Globalist

09:52 min | 1 year ago

Donald Trump Is Still not Conceding To The Election Results

"Donald trump is still refusing to concede after losing the us election and is insisting that he won citing baseless claims of voter fraud. He's backed up by most of his republican party and together. They're ignoring the will of the people the very foundation of democracy brian classes and associate professor in global politics at ucla and a columnist for the washington post and has written extensively on these subjects. Brian is this aku. no it's not. And the reason for that is because a coup has a very specific definition. Which is a seizure of executive power by military force. And that's not likely to happen in the united states but it is potentially going to be something where the republican party and trump are attempting to seize power after. They've lost an election which is extraordinarily dangerous for democracy. And even though it's not easy to succeed in it is. I mean there joe biden. We'll get inaugurated on january twentieth. The amount of damage is doing in faith in the democratic institutions and the democratic process of the united states enormous. And so we shouldn't take lightly i mean. Can you imagine the international reaction. If this was happening elsewhere in the world. Latin america africa. There would be a huge global outcry. Why are so many colluding with the emperor's vision of his new clothes. It has happened elsewhere in the world we had an election. a couple of years ago in the gambia in west africa in which gem lost the election and then claimed that he wanted and tried to stay in power and there was a threatened military intervention To remove him and eventually forced him out. So you're you're absolutely right. It would be treated differently and very seriously the reason why people are going along with it is twofold one is on the international stage. You have hesitancy because of geopolitics. So you know. Boris johnson would condemn this. If it was happening in west africa he won't condemn it in the us because he's worried about the blowback from the trump administration the last seventy days and on the domestic stage. The republican party is going along with it because they've made a calculation unfortunately that they think that it's best to keep the base fired up and also they don't want to alienate the base by breaking with trump before. They think he's had his time to sort of run his course so they've made a very cynical strategy Part of their game plan. And it's as i say it's doing immense damage because a majority of republicans now something between seventy-five and eighty five percent of republicans. Believe this election was stolen. Despite every piece of evidence pointing to this being one of the most well managed and well executed elections in modern american history. So at what point does it. Democratically elected leader become a dictator. It's a very good question. It's a gray area. It's it's basically win. They have taken power and failed to relinquish it in accordance with the democratic process. And so this is an instance where if trump were to stay in power illegally then yes of course We would have to stop talking about the. Us has democracy. What we have now is an attempt right. I believe that the democratic institutions of the us even though they have been battered under the last four years in our very damaged are strong enough that in this instance it won't prove successful and i think if we do actually game out the idea of him somehow trying to stay in the white house after january twentieth wouldn't the. Us shut down. There would be there would be riots. There would be violence. There would be general strikes. I mean it's it's unfathomable because even though that chunk of the republican party the hards believed that trump's somehow one or that the election was manipulated. And they're wrong about that. Eighty percent of the country knows joe biden one which is depressing. It's only eighty percent because it's quite clear that he won but it still overwhelming and therefore it's impossible to imagine Trump stained power without enormous backlash to that. And i don't think the republicans would actually go along with it once you get to that stage. I think they're indulging him because they think it's a ploy but i don't think that they would let him stay in power beyond inauguration day and i'm guessing that also republicans don't want to alienate the voter base. That may well get them to senate seats in georgia on the fifth of january. Yeah it's an interesting strategy this because of just in terms of pure it's obviously extraordinarily cynical but if we're evaluating interest from the merits of strategy as effectiveness there's a potential for blowback here right if you tell people that the elections are stolen from you in places like georgia. There's a risk that people in georgia who are republicans. Don't vote right. I mean they have. They have to get their base out and so even though they might be fired up about the the narrative that the republicans are selling them the narrative selling them as saying don't matter because they get rigged anyway which is again not true but some people believe that to be true and you wonder if on january fifth which is not a normal time for people to be voting. Usually special elections have low turnout whether the democratic base which is going to be very fired up for this could have a boost from the fact that some georgia republicans will say. Forget about it. I i don't wanna vote. Because i've heard all these conspiracy theories that my vote won't be counted anyway so you mentioned the danger for democracy an and as he also said one presumes that eventually he will have to go but how much damage can inflict before he does. I mean one area would seem to be how we view democracy in the future and would perhaps appoint to a changing of the constitution. Which really only has a couple of paragraphs on the office of the president. And i guess it relies. It's soft guidelines isn't it relies on on the good nature. The good faith of the president to to behave in a presidential way. Maybe that needs to change. Yeah i mean. I think the story Of the post trump era could be one. That's very optimistic. For democracy depending on how the senate seat elections go Because as you rightly point out what he's done is exposed. How much of american politics relies on norms and the sort of good faith that people in elected office will obey those norms. And what could happen as happened. After watergate with richard nixon is an attempt to codify right into law the norms so that they can't be up for discussion and i think this would be a very positive development that being said he can do enormous damage. He's got seventy four days in office and you know he is poisoning Republicans in particular in terms of their minds thinking about democracy. And that matters. I mean you have to have both parties believe in the legitimacy of the other party when they went elections if you want to have a democracy survive and right now that is not the case. And i you know. It's the first time in at least modern american history. That's been true so we do need to pay very close attention to what he's doing in terms those soft aspects of democracy. Now he's mark espa the defense secretary since then. There's been a run of firings and resignations at the top of the pentagon. John now has his people in place. And he's ousted those whose who would defy will. What might he try and achieve here. I mean could. He bring troops home from afghanistan in time for christmas. As long said he would thereby further destabilizing the region could he provoke conflict with iran leaving biden with a huge issue to deal with. Yeah this is one of the mysteries. I mean trump. You usually can understand trump pretty well by looking at ego narcissism personal interest financial interests. The question here is whether that explains these moves. As well so one narrative of course would be espa stood up to him on various things like deploying the military to quash protests and said. I'm not going to do that. And this is payback for him to fire him but there is some other stuff going on. That makes me wonder if there's more to this story like for example. A series of arms deals that have seemed to be arms transfers. It seemed to be concluded with various middle east Dictatorships and the question is is trump trying to do something to us foreign policy or is he trying to provide favors to countries that he may have future business interest in because his financial empire is going to be under enormous when his debt gets called in after he leaves the white house and there could be some Interest for him in trying to curry favor with some foreign governments in which towers may sprout up in the coming years. I don't know but Tinkering with national security drain a already volatile. Lame duck period is extremely dangerous. And it's not just the firings it's also the fact because he refuses to accept biden's transition biden hasn't started getting the presidential daily brief so he's not up to speed on all the threats facing and all of that means that it's less likely that biden will be as ready as possible on day one and that is something that should not be a partisan issue it should be for all americans to care about and of course he's not getting the funds that are meant to be released for the transition team either and there's a deadline for the legal challenges and as you say it's unlikely any of them will stick to to the degree that they changed results. So how and. When is this going to end well. Presumably what will happen is the certification deadline which is coming up in a couple of weeks for the various states. will come and go with certifications so that you know the new times called or email. All of the secretaries of state who are in charge of elections in in all fifty states and one hundred percent of them said that there was no fraud in their states and in fact trump's lawyers are saying the same thing in court when they're pressed right. The judges are are you. Are you alleging fraud. And they're having to say no because the lawyers actually have to inhabit reality so at some point the results will be certified and once that happens. It's a legally binding certification. That trump has lost the election so i think that the delusion will increasingly become a fringe view. It will still exist. Trump may never accept that he lost but as long as he's out of the white house on january twentieth limits the amount of damage he can do because it will be the end of his time in real power. Brian thank you very much indeed.

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Free the Vote

In The Thick

05:44 min | 1 year ago

Free the Vote

"Hey, what's up welcome to the? podcast of politics, race and culture from a POC perspective Miami. and. We have a special guest joining us today from Orlando Florida. His name is Desmond me. He's a big deal. He's the Executive Director of the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition, he's the author of the new book. Let my people vote Desmond Welcome back to in the thick where those star as love it that he brought him. Desmond Welcome welcome. Well, what a journey it's been. I mean for your life but since we last had you on, it was early in two thousand eighteen and at that time you were still fighting to restore voting rights to Floridians who had passed felony convictions or is your organization calls them what I like to say these are returning citizens. This is a mission for you because you talk about inclusive democracy says, is someone who went from serving time for a felony conviction to being homeless to graduating law school and your stories. Incredible. What has been your experience with this? What is your story and what inspires you to organize for restoring Buddha Rights There's two main reasons you know in two thousand and five you know I did hit rock bottom. So I was standing in front of railroad tracks waiting on the train and come so I can jump in front of it That's how far down the road I'd on. And But for some reason, they're trained income that Dan I did cross those tracks and I checked myself into drug treatment and moved in a homeless shelter, and after that I wrote in school and to eventually get a law degree but I could not practiced law because I'm not allowed to apply to the floor the bar until my civil rights have been restored this last election cycle, my wife ran for office and I couldn't even vote for. So. Then later in the year two, thousand, eighteen in November a constitutional amendment. Amendment for passed through a ballot initiative in the state of Florida, you spent so many years fighting for this. Let's listen back to the moment that he passed your organization, the Florida Rights Restoration coalition shared this on social media. So. This amendment basically means that roughly check this out one point four, million, one, point, four, million returning citizens in Florida could have their voting rights restored after they completed all of the terms of their sentence now. We know that. Black Americans are four times more likely to lose their right to vote according to the sentencing project and we're in this really historic. Some would call it traumatic moment of twenty twenty where we have the corona virus disproportionately impacting people have cutler. We have a national uprising in defense of black lives pushing frankly for a complete overhaul of the criminal justice system because. People see it for what it is. So, just let us know how you're doing how you're processing all of this because. We fight for these rights to vote like for example, I became a citizen you fight for the right for returning citizens to vote. And then you're watching your democracy. Really. Be Challenged, how're you doing for Reals Desmond Maria I am doing much better than what would expect. Because when I'm seeing everything that's going on, it's getting excited right and really help me to fully appreciate what we were able to accomplish in passing amendment for. And Passing Amendment for actually sets the stage for where we at and how amendment for is going to help this country turn over a new leaf and emerged from this chaos and these conflicts and tensions almost like Oh. PHOENIX, emerging from the ashes, a sense of renewed hope and correction and understanding, and imagining not the old democracy but a new democracy, and I'm telling you everything lines up because when you think about that amendment for. Created a pathway for one point four million people who had some type of personal intimate connection or action with our law enforcement system. Right. When you think about Francis the killing of Ahmad Aubrey where a prosecutor to go the seventy days before they decided the charge of people at murder. This man in broad daylight right prosecutors are elected and who knows better about prosecuted in someone who's been prosecuting then you talk about George Floyd. Having that. Put His Leon neck for eight minutes and forty six seconds and killed this person in broad daylight with his hands in his pocket like he had no care in the world right who know better about having a need on their negative in someone who has been arrested by a police officer who knows better of the aggressive takedown tactics of law enforcement ease sheriffs are elected in these chief of police are appointed by mayors who are elected in new. When you think about the judges that stand in judgement I, mean who knows better than the people I record package

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"seventy days" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"seventy days" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Fifteen minutes if you wait for seventy days ago you know coffee with you whatever you can do Laurie creditably DC traffic on the three summer days can't all be winners and certainly today with the lack of sunshine we are going to benefit some of us with some heavy rain much needed rain could be a possibility in the cards this afternoon still muggy in Boston seventy two right now mostly cloudy today highs in the mid sixties WBZ newsradio ten thirty with the news watch never stop as usual some of these thunderstorms that'll roll through the area after noon time today could contain some very gusty winds and some small hail as well so watch out the end of the humidity right behind that though at least for now Wednesday morning June twenty fourth it's great to have you with us today I'm Jeff brown and here are the five things you need to know at seven fifteen Dr Anthony Fauci tells Capitol Hill the next two weeks are going to be critical in getting another round of corona virus under control after spikes are seen in more than half of U. S. states one of them Texas governor tells people to go home and stay home if possible Boston city councilors way a new budget which includes less money for the police but some say the patch for mayor Walsh doesn't go far enough and speaking of pitches the red Sox are set to play ball after the players approve a corona virus shortened season spring training at Fenway kicks in a week from today demonstrations turned heated outside a rally by president trump in Arizona CBS news correspondent Briana with the with the latest tensions running high I don't think I'm actually able I am a big supporter of president trump and while the president was on stage speaking inside Phoenix police firing space to get protesters to disperse after they say two officers were assaulted by demonstrators a hot topic among those in the free speech zone the pandemic trump supporters Susie Kimsey choosing not to wear a mask and it's my choice but many upset.

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ISS crew lands in Kazakhstan after more than 200 days

Garret Lewis

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

ISS crew lands in Kazakhstan after more than 200 days

"Decker two Americans and a Russian or back near national space station splashing down in Kazakhstan this morning efforts to ensure the returning crew doesn't instantly contract corona virus are in full enactments the recovery team on the ground were held in close observation for a month before today's landing and had to pass corona virus testing one of the Americans Andrew Morgan spent more than two hundred seventy days in space completing seven

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"seventy days" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"seventy days" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"By seventy days despite pushback from state legislators we've already lost a member of the legislature two suspected Colbert nineteen the person of the hundred and ten member house has lost their lives already I think that is merry in advisable for them to congregate and to to start meeting number three the navy fired the captain of the USS Theodore Roosevelt four days after he pleaded for help as the corona virus ravaged his crew the navy says captain Brett curvature exercised extremely poor judgment and was relieved for a loss of confidence to cruise ships carrying passengers stricken with corona virus have docked in Florida ending a nightmarish Odyssey for some of the passengers but for others aboard the journey is far from over after nearly a month at sea at the sand dams grueling a voyage ended in port Everglades the Rotterdam which took passengers with no symptoms from the sand dam also arrived they were a combined twenty three hundred people on both ships and now for some good news scientists at the university of Pittsburgh school of medicine believe they have found a potential vaccine for the corona virus they say they believe the vaccine could be rolled out quickly enough to significantly impact the spread of the disease the vaccine would be delivered on a small finger tip sized patch when tested on mice the vaccine produced enough antibodies believed to successfully counteract the virus the site to say they were able to act fast because they had already done research on similar coronaviruses sars and murders that's encouraging thank you Jan twenty two minutes now after the hour on this morning America's first news coming up next what it means to.

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"seventy days" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"seventy days" Discussed on WJR 760

"Making but the fact of the matter is we are nowhere near the end of the call but nineteen in the state of Michigan as we've stated as we look at modeling we know that we are in for a tough three four five six weeks here in front of us and so we are far from out of the emergency that we find ourselves and we've got to retain every tool we can to combat covert nineteen to keep people safe the legislature's insistence on coming in next week is something I implored them not to do we've already lost a member of the legislature two suspected culprit nineteen person of a hundred and ten member house has lost their lives already I think that is very inadvisable for them to congregate in to to start meeting I think the best thing that we can do is to say this new order we don't have to come back for at least twenty eight days well let's make sure that when they do come back we have an emergency extension for as long as seventy days if it's necessary if it's not great but let's goal the route that we need to to protect people this emergency powers are they've been used many times before not in a situation like this I grant to buy in much less serious times these emergency authorities have banned extend much longer than seventy days first sinkhole for instance for the crisis in flint yeah this is a time where we have a unique crisis on our hands people are dying in our state it's important that we continue to have the protections for health care workers and that all depends on extending this emergency class of the legislature I think very seriously about embracing this a seventy day extension it doesn't mean it's embracing a seventy day extension for every other order that I've issued it simply means that we acknowledge that we are going to be in this emergency we're going to need to have a unique powers during this time to combat covert nineteen and to save lives I'm.

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Irish politics is about to change forever as old system collapses

Monocle 24: The Briefing

05:06 min | 1 year ago

Irish politics is about to change forever as old system collapses

"It is now two weeks. Since the elections in the Republic of Ireland created a seismic change in its politics with the end of a two party system which switch between finagle and final full and the emergence of a third powerful voice that of Shin Fain now Ireland's political parties are preparing for a week of talks to try to work out a deal on the formation of a new government. And as you would imagine it's hard work a little earlier I was joined by Namie. O'leary she's hosted the Irish passport podcast and Europe correspondent for the Irish Times. She began by explaining how much progress has been made since the elections. There's been an initial round of exploratory talks between the parties. We've had the first vote to try an attempt to pick T. Chuck and no one has been successful. So now it's moving onto the second stage This week they'll be more talks between the parties on the next time. We expect to have a vote in parliament On to try and elected Ishaq is march the fifth. Although it's not particularly expected that one will be a elected by that stage so the main thing that's changed since the election is that immediately after the election it appeared that fearful had opened the door to some kind of deal with Shit Sane. The left-wing Nationalist Party unexpectedly got the most number of first preference votes But last week they're quite acrimonious exchanges in the Dole between the leaders of those two parties. That made it quite clear that that wasn't an option that was on the table on this really leaves only one option left with the numbers that there are some sort of deal between the two traditionally dominant parties fearful fingernail. Chin Feng stay. They're still going to try and form a government to the left government of change and their plan to hold rallies around the country in in favor of that government But it's it's very unclear whether they have the numbers to do that so we are now in a situation. The way you've just described what I learned could be taken into absolutely different directions. Xinfei wanting one thing and the two old traditional party thinking if we get together we might be able to keep control in some way. Well it's very politically difficult situation for Phoenix. I'm fearful to manage because in a way there's no bod- option for champagne. So she would be delighted to get into government but equally if they can be the main opposition on they can cast the two old parties essentially two sides of the same coin. No difference between them and clubbing up to keep the might of power. That's also you know that's a good political narrative from their point of view note. That can help to kind of rally their base for next time on the other option of courses that we go to the polls again in another election. Although I don't think that's particularly likely on Xinfang could with hindsight run more candidates and perhaps do better than they did this time We we shouldn't expect any kind of resolution soon because the mats are quite complicated at this time given the result on if we look at the president of the last election it took seventy days time to to form a government and it could be even more complicated this time so we might not be looking at government until April. I'm just looking at the way things are going in. And the idea that shouldn't fain was approached and and now is being pushed out. How acceptable a situation will that be given as what you describe the popularity of Shin Fain in the elections and the changes it caused yes certainly Like I say it's a. It's a narrative that the party will say is them being excluded from power. They'll say that you know the old guard is coming up to preserve their hold on power and won't let them in But also from the point of view Finnegan and fina full they they. There are opposed. To should vein. I mean they. They don't want to simply hand them to keep the keys to government and also a lot of the same way so there's quite a lot of division particularly within fall about whether the right thing to do is to to do a deal with champagne or to exclude them. That that's a split that runs right down through the Party and in the end me home. Martin seems to have taken the attitude that the best option is to exclude them But it's a it's a tricky one for them. They're in a difficult political decision. How happy will voters be though? However if this seismic change isn't actually reflected in the way that the governments are made up. It's a tricky one. I think what Finnegan unfruitful are. Perhaps counting on is that as the weeks go by there will be more of a Desire for stability especially as the brexit negotiations become more pressing. Because that's going to become an issue this week. When the European Union is due to agree they're negotiating guidelines for the next stage of tokes which has massive implications for Arden. It can really make or break the Irish economy so the more in state unstable. Thanks get on the International Scene. I think On funeral are perhaps wondering whether overtime Irish voters might say. It might not be such a bad thing to have a stable experience government in place that was naming leary hosted the Irish passport podcast in Europe correspondent for the Irish time. She joined on the line little earlier on at talk to me about the Irish

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"seventy days" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

12:30 min | 1 year ago

"seventy days" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Friday glad you are all with us right down a toll free telephone number is eight hundred nine four one Shawn you want to be a part of the program what a week it's been well we finally got a hundred percent in and we have to DO double go back and re campus and double checking because we don't even believe our own numbers out of the Iowa caucus for me I what was the best state of the union address I had heard in my lifetime that was amazing and yes I would say the Donald J. trump has now been acquitted for ever all that well he's he's impeach forever you know some Republicans are saying ma'am maybe not so fast because if we get back the house and two hundred and seventy days we might undo this colossal are odd this service an injustice that has taken place here was wet you know whatever it it's to me it's the right results happened it is who they are they've been exposed how could you be is incompetent is not even be able to count votes at a caucus but then again this is the party that yeah Donna Brazile even admits you know cheated Bernie Sanders out of a nomination and they rate the primary in twenty sixteen and we know that the real people colluding with Russia Russia what the people that first exonerated Hillary when any one of us would have been arrested and probably prosecuted for the espionage act and and are clearly obstruction of justice if we deleted subpoenaed emails and bleach bed and hammers and you know then of course the dirty Russian dossier leaked to the media I Hillary Clinton's bought and paid for dirty Russian dossier what was likely Russian disinformation from the get go according to The New York Times they came in late on that by the way they they they were all in on the conspiracy theory holds for most of the time I'm and now we are two hundred and seventy days away from the old venturi also good week so it's great to have rushed back on the air today I know many of you have written nas and and are telling us you're praying for him and and we all are and was great what happened for him this week well deserved and we couldn't be happier that we have the announcement today that there was that strike in Yemen we've been hearing about this now offer a couple of days and apparently it's now confirm that al Qaeda's top leader Osama el remediate Remee was killed in Yemen in an air strike I yes at the direction of president Donald J. trump Baghdadi solo money and now the leader top leader of all kind of in Yemen dead okay I'd say that's a pretty good track record and then you can look at the economy what is what was sleepy creepy quid pro quo Joe always say and well geothermal power occur and and bin laden instead okay we got three dead leaders now and we have every record unemployment numbers shattered the best employment situation since nineteen sixty nine and the Democrat what they want the they want the economy back I'll tell you though that the other thing that's frustrating and I keep saying everybody well Sir I all thankfully this is over thankfully this is done it's not done they are the only way we prevent this madness Patty hello see the compromise corrupt congenital liar Adam Schiff nadie Nadler in the rest of the the you know that we have the squad members No Way stop this if you don't want endless investigations lies conspiracy theories and you've actually like to to free up a president and and free up a Congress to do some work to serve we the American people is they've all got to go there's two things that have to happen simultaneously one we've got to get to the bottom we added and it's really gotta go back to Hillary Hillary cannot get away with the obstruction of justice we know she's guilty up same with the espionage act the people that were responsible for premeditated fraud on the FISA court premeditated because they were worn numerous times don't trust the dirty Clinton bought and paid for Russian dossier it's not been verified but it says at the top of the fires application verified well we now know what's unverifiable Christopher still didn't even stand by his own dossier and when they finally did get around to trying to verify the document they proved over ninety percent of it was just outright false not true and yet Devin newness told us the truth in his memo and Lindsey Graham told us the truth and senator Grassley told us the truth the bulk of information in those pies applications or is in fact the dirty unverifiable Clinton bought and paid for Russian dossier likely Russian disinformation from the beginning from The New York Times by the way when the New York times says that you know what they're really saying they're saying that all of the Russians knew and it was this information from them from the get go well it sounds like the Russians were actually really trying to help out Hillary Clinton a in the twenty sixteen election you know nobody wants to pay attention and I can I you know it's if it's the drives me nuts yeah nobody seemed to care that Bernie was ripped off in a rig primary now they're actually making public maneuvers to set it up so they may be able to do it again and the changing the rules on debates horrible maybe Bloomberg can come in because I'll I'll take a shot on him and he's got a lot of problems that I'll get to because quid pro quo Joe is toast I took a punch in the gut and I will you well this that will anybody could have seen that happen do you the end and it doesn't matter any of these Democrats anyway they're all knots they're all radical extreme socialists the only way they're going to get votes in their party is if they go to that that hard core left extreme where they're all going and that extreme means what the new green deal ninety four trillion dollars in ten years and Medicare for all fifty two trillion dollars in ten years are we don't even take in enough money for either one of those individually without even spending a penny on national defense or any of the other services that government is supposed to provide it take oil and gas the lifeblood of our economy out of the equation the four trillion that we do take it will you know the Windle down to next to nothing because nobody's gonna make any money no there will be you know everybody well well have institutionalized economic decline and depression levels of unemployment and economic disaster that is unparalleled likely can't take away the life blood of America's economy the world's economy oil and gas if you have an alternative my advice to all you new green deal people come up with the technology that that will absolutely replace oil and gas that is inexpensive and I guarantee you if they can if they can power American industry and not impact our lives in any negative way and it's inexpensive and you discover it you will be not only a billionaire a trillion there so I urge you use your genius socialist radical extreme democratic mines and come up with the solution I'm all for it I really am anyway so what that that spent a heck of a week and we're still in the position that I wish I could tell you what the results will be in two hundred seventy days I've made all the arguments I can think of in terms of what looks good for president trump what the Democrats would do to the country of they got power back never mind dumping the hundred and fifty billion in cash in other currencies on the tarmac in Iran in Tehran for the models that are on that that was dumb to meanwhile the president is now what look what he's done for Israel look what he's done to the state of Iran look with the trade deal is not done with China amazing stuff arm and the twenty twenty fronts are or this was pretty interesting assault and politico apparently she like Bernie Sanders is traveling around all over the place some private jets too but that's a side issue anyway they're talking about Warren supporters blasting Boorda judge I'm reading from politico we're taking advantage of white male privilege anyway should this when dealing support she's getting political rights people to judge returned in New Hampshire is up significantly in a poll there of this week riding a wave of momentum generated by his surprisingly strong I will finish if it's accurate who knows at this point but he was greeted by push back from some of the most powerful women in the state who saw a double standard in his declaration of victory in Iowa late Monday in their view again from the politico reading the thirty eight year old mares unexpected victory declaration smacked of white male privilege hubris and a lack of you know a quality that a female candidate would be criticized for in a moment where he should show composure and measure he's not doing that said Jen Alford taster tester teaser auto center of a warrant supporter democratic activists running for the Senate but he's not going to get away with it because that's what happens when you're a man they can do whatever you want for women we are held to a different standard stop moralizing as a candidate and it's the moralizing as a voter all right that's what they want to do in the party why would I get in the way and stop that ship show you know identity politics from within the ranks it is it is beyond chaos for them at this point it is it is not so at this point now warning console if their poll is accurate mayor Pete may want to keep the champagne on ice the majority of democratic voters nationwide are more likely to vote for Bernie Sanders in the aftermath of the Iowa caucus sure worship sham show and so anyway that's what they're saying a full fifty two percent of respondents released yesterday said that they were leaning more towards backing Sanders for the democratic nomination following what happened in Iowa and of those twenty nine percent said they were much more likely while twenty three percent they were somewhat more likely that's pretty interesting and despite performing poorly in Iowa would pro quo Joe came in second in Poland me interesting to see if that holds for him are now Bloomberg this is getting interesting is now beginning to battle he thinks he can wait out Iowa New Hampshire South Carolina Nevada and he's going to join the fray I guess at some point for super Tuesday Bernie Sanders now is complaining the DNC is catering to Bloomberg and they are changing the rules but the three hundred million dollars that Bloomberg apparently spent up to this point on his presidential campaign as so far bottom about ten percent of the democratic vote according to latest polls he's reportedly willing to spend another billion dollars to buy the nomination now the hill points out that Bernie Sanders is blasting the DNC for their decision to eliminate their fundraising requirement for candidates normal you need two hundred fifty thousand unique donors to qualify for a debate that was one of the criteria that they used is that it's an outrage any said during a press conference in New Hampshire rules are rules and people like former housing and urban development secretary Julian Castro play by the rules the campaign really hard Cory Booker play by the rules Tulsi Gabbard play by the rules and Andrew gang play by the rules suddenly a guy comes in as not campaign one bit and I were New Hampshire but he's worth fifty five billion and I guess it's your worth fifty five billion you can pay to get the rules changed now Bloomberg also are being accused in a major way and I'll get to this when we get back of plagiarism on eight of his for specific.

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"seventy days" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"seventy days" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Six feet three inches tall is a hundred and twelve pounds and nine months ago he went to his doctors and nine months ago I went to this big hospital and for nine months he said no treatment and the path ology showed squamous carcinoma nine months ago the doctors knew about this cancer and the Broncos and the esophagus nine months ago India's cancer the CT scan showing cancer the mediastinal lymph nodes and sub carina lymph nodes and higher lymph nodes the domino city was negative I saw him and within minutes we arranged to get a pet CT stand stage a mop and within a day or two we started all the treatment where is not in months nine months of sweat two hundred seventy days elsewhere no treatment no therapy here within hours we mapped out his treatment we got a pet scan we got cancer markers we put together a very complex treatment plan to be able to treat the cancer of the esophagus and cancer of the there was a cancer of the lymph nodes all simultaneously then do it in the most elegant fashion in the stereotactic frame within hours where is for two hundred and seventy days that big hospital nothing happened and why do I say this will number one it's true you can imagine leaving this man for two hundred and seventy days with no treatment no care cancer growing.

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American Airlines Delays Boeing 737 MAX Once Again

The Journal.

10:54 min | 1 year ago

American Airlines Delays Boeing 737 MAX Once Again

"March. A seven thirty seven Max crashed in Ethiopia killing one hundred fifty seven people and shocking the world Regulators started grounding the plane and within days. The Max was completely out of the air. Boeing began working with authorities to figure out what happened and airlines also had to reckon with the fallout American airline CEO. Doug Parker said the company was ready to work closely with Boeing to get the planes back in the air. Your is your tragic events And what we care about is safety and we will work together as this industry always does to ensure that safety. He's number one focus. But at the same time American Airlines and other carriers needed to figure out how to cope with grounding of the Max while still operating their businesses Mrs it was really something of a scramble for them to figure out what to do. Reporter Alley cider covers the aviation industry industry. They looked at what would be the least disruptive way to cut flights the Max mostly flew between the New York area and Miami. You you know that's where most of the Max's were being used. Obviously Kansas stop flying between the Florida so they had to kind of spread it out and look at their network and look okay. We're flights that we we have multiple frequencies a day where we could cut one. So we're not just ending travel between two cities trimming a couple of frequencies looked at long haul flights where you can cancel one long haul flight instead of a bunch of short flights where you've suddenly inconvenienced a lot of people. At the time of the grounding. You had people who were already scheduled to travel in. Their plans. Had to be sort of offended at the last minute you know. We talked to passengers who were sort of already on vacation. And then they get a call from their airline airline that says actually your flight home has been cancelled. Then we've re booked you and maybe on a flight that's not on the day. He wanted to travel or has a stopover when he wanted to direct act. Can you tell me what all of this flight rescheduling looked like so most of the stuff they do software. A lot of it is automated. And they're still using using that software you know they're not just like using crayons and colored pencils on a big map of the US or the world but there is a lot of thoughts and analysis and expertise expertise that has to go into figuring out. What's the best way or the least inconvenient way to basically redraw so I spoke to Vasu Raja? He works the network planning at American Airlines. And from what you told me there is a lot of late nights like imagining correctly. Like people at the office office really laid and lots of empty pizza boxes and he said yeah pretty much and all. This scrambling wasn't just causing headaches and late nights for the planning team. Once they make a decision about their network is sort of ripples throughout the company there's people on Revenue Management hoped to decide what the availability should be in making sure to keep some mhm seats open so anyone. Who's Max flight got canceled? You know has the place to go. You know they tell everyone. Don't worry you'll get an email if your schedule has been changed but if you're worried about your vacation you're definitely going to call so they have to staff up on customer service and make sure there are people there to answer those calls and explain the situation so it really is this huge logistical challenge talents. That kind of ripples throughout the airline at the time I think there was a sense that could be pretty temporary but that delay would not be temporary as the Federal Aviation Administration investigated. Boeing's Max Fleet. They uncovered more and more safety concerns. I think what initially seem to some some people like it would be a pretty straightforward fixed. That could be done. Relatively quickly started to just take longer and longer as new issues were discovered and just amid a heightened scrutiny by the FAA but also regulators all over the world. You know bullying was saying it was going to provide all this information to regulators to take a look at and that kind of kept getting pushed back again and again and you know the process just kind of kept getting delayed over and over again regulators flagged problems with pilot training emergency safety st procedures and some of the planes software and as the safety inquiry stretched. On for months Boeing's estimate on the Max would return to service kept moving back I Boeing pushed it into the summer of twenty nineteen and then bowing pushed back again until the end of the year. With each month that the Max's return was delayed. American Airlines had to go into scramble mode all over again canceling more flights. They're kind of just on the receiving and here you know all they can do is wait for Boeing and the FAA to work out the process. And there's really not a lot they can do to speed things along and airlines have to make decisions decisions about the Max you know way before they really having clarity about what's going on with the Max. They have to decide over two months like seventy days before her their schedule. That's when they really have to finalize things so they can get their flight attendants in their pilots scheduled beyond that point just gets harder and harder to make changes. So you know. They've had to kind of looking to the future and think. How likely is it that the Max is going to be back? And allie says the ongoing wing uncertainty put Americans growth plans on hold. It wasn't flying the twenty four Max planes. It had and it wouldn't be getting the sixteen more it had ordered for the rest of the year. American patients with Boeing was wearing thin. The airlines have gotten pretty frustrated with the number of delays that they've seen You know I don't want to suggest that they want to rush the process along but I think you know they're just unhappy with the way. Expectations have been managed. And just how long this has gone on. Those mismanaged edged expectations were costing American and it wanted bowing to pay. That's after the break in this episode of the Journal is brought to you by Lincoln jobs. If your New Year's resolutions include growing your business linked in can help Lincoln's symptons Greens candidates for both hard and soft skills. Things like collaboration creativity. Adaptability Lincoln looks beyond the work skills to connect you with the people you want to to hire people with the qualifications. Who can help your business grow? Visit Lincoln Dot Com slash the Journal for fifty dollars off your first job post. That's linked dot com slash the journal terms and conditions apply. Welcome back by the fall. Delays in the safety assessment of the seven thirty seven MACs were piling up and American Airlines was juggling the fallout its pilots were upset because they we're losing money and peak. Holiday travel was on the horizon in an October investor. Call American CEO. Doug Parker expressed his aggravation with Boeing. They believe the F. B. certified in or quarter. It's probably best. It's that information is best case given what we've all seen. Ah over the over the course of this process so we're prostrate bullying American have been in touch throughout the year. You know American American and other airlines have made it clear that they don't believe they should be on the hook financially for this That they're expecting bowing to make them whole James extended grounding her customers or members enter. Cheryl's we're working to ensure that Boeing shareholders bear the cost of Boeing's failures not American Airlines American Airlines basically said they believed the grounding would result in a five hundred and forty million dollar reduction their full year or twenty nineteen and profits. So that's pretty significant and it's like a big step up from what they thought originally like in the first effort their first quarter earnings. They were predicting a three hundred. Fifty million dollar impact so it's been much more expensive than they were anticipating on. That call Parker said that American was in talks with Boeing about compensating. The airline for about five hundred forty million dollar hit and last week. American said it reached a settlement with Boeing for an undisclosed amount but that deal just applies applies to two thousand nineteen and the Max grounding is still ongoing meaning American Airlines is facing more costs twenty twenty. Where does this leave? American Airlines going into twenty twenty so going into two thousand twenty American Airlines has said that getting the Max flying again. It's sort of one of the biggest I think it needs to do to get on track. American is currently planning for the Max to return by June more than a year after the initial grounding but even even if the Max is clear to fly all the headaches and additional costs for American will be far from over for one thing. It'll take weeks of maintenance to get the planes ready to fly I again after they sat on the ground for more than a year. And then there's the issue of flight simulator training. I think the biggest thing in terms of time and money is that recently. It's starting to become more and more likely it sounds stats pilots. Who need to go through some kind of training before? They're allowed to fly the Mexican. Why would it pose such a high cost for American Airlines pilots would need to go through this training so first of all it was unexpected? It's not really budgeted time time for a simulator. It's just in one place so all the pilots have to come from wherever they're based all around the country and spend time in it. Can you describe bribe. What a flight simulator is like? What does it look like? They kind of look like Like in Star Wars those like like robots on skinny long legs that kind of what are they called At yeah that's sort of what they look like. Yeah Yeah I just googled it to me. That's what they look like. I'M GONNA get a lot of trouble with like a lot of people who are really knowledgeable trouble about aviation. Who aren't going to be like? No that's not what they look like so like a full motion flight simulator. They're sophisticated piece of equipment and they're very expensive and the process of getting everyone to wear the simulator is and scheduling them all for time in the simulator. You know it's just a big another logistical challenge. You know after a year. That's been full of challenges. Do you have a sense. That American Airlines is okay with some of this this delay because it's so much needs the restoration of customer confidence. I do think that safety is the highest priority for the airlines. Sort sort of making sure that everyone is confident in the plane is their top priority so they are planning to do a lot you know. There will likely be a period between when regulators liters allowed the plane to fly again and when it enters commercial service. And they're planning to sort of do as much as they can to put

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"seventy days" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"seventy days" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Wednesday December fourth time Ron Johnson and this is the fox news rundown it's a busy day so let's get started it's a new chapter of the impeachment in Korea president trump the house Judiciary Committee takes over the reins today of the problem to find out a president trump misused his office boxes boiling better it says committee chair Jerry Nadler already had sharp words for Republicans who might want to try to swing the pro the way they want it and there's a warning shot referred to likely GOP antics to try and undermine the first impeachment hearing in the Judiciary Committee now there will gavel in a hearing with for constitutional lawyers three liberal one conservative for what one congressman referred to as a law school class about the meaning of impeachment their discussion is going to revolve around a three hundred page report from house intelligence committee that was approved on a party line vote boxes jarred helping recaps how we got here the intelligence committee adopted a three hundred page report outlining evidence democratic chairman Adam Schiff said shows the scheme by the president I'd states to coerce an ally Ukraine that is at war with an adversary Russia a party line tally in the intelligence committee sent that report to the Judiciary Committee impeachment process slowly drags on with no direction no focus top committee Republican Doug Collins has the hearing is filler because Democrats don't know what to do Republicans are calling a Democrats for the report released yesterday house Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy says Democrats are flip flopping between accusations of quid pro quo and bribery here at knitting they don't have anything remember they started as a quid pro quo then somehow they focus group and they came back with the word bribery they keep searching because they have not found anything and what's so sad it's been seventy days since speaker Pelosi has started is down this nightmare McCarthy on the anger mangle last night and fox news will keep you posted on everything happening in the hearing which begins at ten AM is this is all happening while president trump is in London for a series of nail meanings he's already up and about at this early hour bilateral meetings are scheduled with the leaders of Germany Denmark and Italy today and will be watching to see a president trump creates waves with leaders like you did yesterday president trump going back and forth here with his French counterpart so I'll work something out where they activate but you know we don't want to have people delinquent speaking during talks with French president Emmanuel macron the president threatening trade penalties for NATO allies who he feels don't spend enough on defense but micron arguing and alliance is about more than money we share the first because we paid for is also his life the French leader noting the test last month of thirteen French soldiers fighting Islamist extremist in Mali fox.

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The fall of the Berlin Wall

Monocle 24: The Urbanist

09:00 min | 2 years ago

The fall of the Berlin Wall

"So as years ago this Saturday a wall slicing through the heart of Berlin and separating the Soviet controlled east from the British American American and French secured West Foul after twenty eight years. The Iron Curtain had been breached. Thousands of East Germans came across the border. Today perhaps more than one hundred thousand so many that border police lost count and at every border crossing the thousands of West Germans there to say welcome off the second mode will the Potsdam agreement divided control and reconstruction of Germany between the victorious allies and with the British and Americans not willing to hand full control of the capital over to the Soviets the city was similarly a divided but with Berlin residing in the east the agreement men that a Western en clave was born and the west of the city became a potential escape route for eastern defectors east. Germany was losing its best and brightest and flows in charge. Something had to be. He done so in the early hours of the thirteenth of August nineteen sixty one barrier began to be enforced. This story has all the hallmarks of a political story. Still Alive and kicking today at its heart. The Berlin Wall was an immigration issue orbit one of keeping citizens in rather than out we used to be on together's then about twelve thousand years ago. We began to stopping together. As and at that point when static everything everything you have is precious to. You is also static. If you are feeling concerned that somebody else might covet your goods at that point you will defend them and building. Wolves will be part of that. And that's where the wool building started about twelve thousand years ago. It was no point until them. And before that and it has been throughout history whether it's the walls of troy the walls of Jericho Constantinople etc etc and most walls barriers and fences are physical manifestations stations of something much deeper which is the concept of us and then which was true in the time of the Great Wall of China one side barbarians the other side civilization and it's true now of trump's wall they are all these manifestations of division. That's the author author journalist Him Marshall who quite literally wrote the book on walls divided. Why we're living in an age of walls? Chronicles the thousands of miles of fences senses and barriers in our world and how they affect the political landscape too. So how did this particular wall come about the Berlin Wall and the subsequent fence which then fenced off East Germany from West Germany is actually probably a one off in the this will is actually a prison wall to keep people in so they count escape. What is most wolves That we don't want that law over. They're coming over the will to us so it is different in that respect as you get to the late. Nineteen fifty s Germany was divided into zones as one of the losers of the second world. War The problem was that the American can Marshall Plan was already kicking in and the western areas. We're doing much better economically. And so of course people in the Russian sectors sectors of East Berlin voting with their feet and in the years running up to when it was built a couple of million East Germans thought look the standard of life is much better over there and they started moving now. That is a direct challenge to the Russians to the Soviet Union and to the idea of communism because because if it is a physical manifestation is. That's working better for me I'm going that suggests something about your system. So they could not put up with his hemorrhaging. Both at an economical level. All of the workforce but probably more importantly for the Soviet Union and its populations. They can't put up with that because it's a challenge to their concept that our always life is the better way of life for everybody and people supported and so over night one night when the wall and the flow of people was cutoff immediately. I've been in both when the wall existed. But also he hears later and what struck me in the years. I've been since as I find it quite hard to imagine where wasn't people so this is where the war was. This river was a place where people use to try and swim across this dividing line. How complicated indicate it was it to divide a city when you think of our city London how you ever run a fence across the middle of it that would be effective? Well the Russians and East Germans had the advantage of not being directly answerable to their the peoples living there and there were the sectors as you know there was the French control sector British American and there was the Russian control sector so as they had control over that sector and the Americans. The British couldn't say no you can't put at a brick on top of another brick there. They simply walled off their sector unless said they did he overnight. They brought huge concrete slabs in and other things things fencing and they did it overnight but it wasn't politically difficult insofar as the other occupying power bill and didn't have a say in it so obviously go with the contours of the sector. They occupied and that was East Berlin. I mean if it'd been southbound South Bill would now be that buzzword that we have in politics not East Berlin just geographically. That's how far they got the sector that they took for centuries raise walls have been built to keep out invading armies but this was the first wall in all recorded history to keep an entire country from fleeing fleeing into West Berlin is three and a half million before the war was erected if the gods were there guns unsuccessful in keeping people from fleeing that there's the barbed wire if they crossed that that was the wall they reached the top. There was the broken glass and with that a city was divided. Millions of Berlin citizens were now defined by their street address. Peter Miller what is a journalist in East Berlin and the author of nine thousand nine hundred nine Berlin Wall my part in his downfall. Peter told us how he ended up with quite peculiar assignment. I immediately joined Reuters news agency London after finishing university and they sent me straight away after working as a trainee. They sent me to Brussels when I came back to London later about six months and then they say well how up in so it's my job. It's okay I don't Germany level moral and they said well nothing much happens at least seventy days. I'd say a couple of minutes but anyway they put me in there because they'd has the office since easterly separated in nineteen forty nine and a want to give it up because no other non German news agency had enough us on eastern side. The rule. So I I've lived in Paris and lived in Brussels. I thought it was just too good enough for two minutes and slightly disconcerted. I went there and discovered the billion Elian accents and started to pick it up and at the same time had to world. The when I was about to bury I hugged together would be East Germany. which was shook but I ended up there and I found probably one of the exciting places I'd ever be and so there I found myself going through checkpoint quite chilly and finding of flats it Roy says head for study use it was quite doubting? Tell me what was life. Like for a a journalist working in eastbound at the time did you have a sense that you are being watched by the infamous stars e the secret police. It's there's two sides to that question. was that ever since the Russians have done these German Roy shooting in Nineteen fifty-six and he just really accepted it was nothing we could do. Getting cross the Woolworth always dangerous restatements. Who tried to many had been shots and really very so nothing happening city except funding the old dissident who is willing to speak out yes? He took that for granted. Then only after the wolf find became done. We discovered that they started the headed. Twenty nine microphones in the FLACCO. Black I live in which was expected to be a little bit. Quite that many life for foreign journalists in East Berlin was clearly a well. Mona set one for many many in these Ovo life did go on. They wanted to escape and they took risks with their lives and hopes of making it to the West. I am what was seen as freedom.

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"seventy days" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"seventy days" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Address the intense trauma that children suffered as you mentioned they suffered at an office team from it from their home country they offer suffered threats to our safety on the jury thing us and of course for some children thanks for institutional trauma of being unexpectedly separated from their parents after coming into this country name mentioned children witnessing as we say murders of family members wait some of them themselves being victims of rape as they were telling staffers another debate in this area is over the length of detention the trump administration would like the ability to detain migrant families indefinitely right now that is limited to twenty days under court order out of concern for the kids what did you learn about how the length of stay in detention may be affecting children. right so just to be clear we looked at a few test facilities which is the sting for how long they could be in immigration detention but you're absolutely right to point out that what the frontline staff told us is that there is a negative consequence on children's mental health and even their behavior the longer they are in care I saw it is specific time line I tell one worker said set at seventy days they saw even well behaved children kind of start to change right what they talked about is even children who came into care with good because you know positive outlook and good school coping skills dot became disillusioned after they were in care for a long time and they saw increased hopelessness increased activities like self harm and even suicidal ideation it's significant because you also look at the policy here that in there and also the staffers told you they saw some changes can talk specifically about how policy affected the number of children how long they were there and help all the kids were last year sure so what we heard is of the challenges of providing mental health care for children were particularly challenging in two thousand eighteen do those two policy changes you mentioned so one was institutions zero tolerance policy which would rapidly increase the number of separate children who are in care and there are other changes to the sponsor assessment process which will lengthen the time the children were in care in order to leave care then there was a requirement a new requirement that sponsors are family members or had to be fingerprinted and how did that affect the length of time that's right so there's always a balance rate because that they want to make sure the department wants to make sure that children are safe when they're releasing or care and to do that they instituted in two thousand eight policies in which parents seem to be fingerprinted which was new and all the adults in the household had to be fingerprinted as well that resulted in an enormous amount of fingerprints going through which created a bottleneck which slow down the process and we would be able to file as also believe it may sponsors related to. I'm for it. yeah I thought for sure that the increase in fingerprint requirement sort of X. doubled in some cases the days are expanded by a month from the kids what needs to happen now. well we have a number of recommendations for the department to take very practical steps to assist.

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"seventy days" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"seventy days" Discussed on WTVN

"That is so informative every time every time thank you Robert Hey I just some observations like your previous two collared collars for Congress to look at eliminating the element of surprise buyer president not just from but AT future president is just unbelievable I think we would all agree that trump success let me just say this they will say well he gets sixty days well you know maybe the element surprise need seventy days exactly I've got a niece and a nephew in the navy the nephew as a navy pilot I want him going in on surprise you know yeah and along those lines you know trump his success is his unpredictability right yeah and going back to two years ago when he bomb Syria Hey he gassed his population it's been going on before they knew something was gonna happen right so he's he launches the fifty nine cruise missiles and what was also a part of that element of surprise he said was sitting down with president xi of China thirty minutes into a dinner and whispered over were bombing Syria right now remember yeah you want to talk about unpredictable everybody in the world sat up China especially if this could happen tomorrow thank you for everything you do Mr Lavin Robert thank you buddy I appreciate your call very much L. yeah in the Leesburg Virginia on the mark live an app how are you I'm fine thank you I'll be very brief this understanding is that now so far we don't see so early in ski in the conservative movement so far is Salah at the whining and people get confirmed leaning enough of that they probably have dinner and forget about it not a good thing and the midas and they give that without proper organization without proper structure and strategy is so kind of useless because seventy five percent full blue all your qualities are probably in their seventies no no no no no no stressful we have no way of knowing but there's no way it's seventy five percent you just heard a gentleman call in fact most of the people the entire program of Calder probably not seventy five but I don't any problem with people who are seventy right right mon just what I'm saying to you that no there can be quite useful because of their they can send the petitions and signed letters to congressmen and whatever but what I'm saying give that this is the there is there is it's called convention of states article five have been talking about it now for several years as a wonderful organization run by paddy and mark Meckler and I would strongly encourage people to get involved in it Jenny best Martin runs the finest a tea party organization in the country tea party patriots I would encourage people to get involved in it there's other such organizations a handful of them in any event and so they're they're they just need more more ground troops thank you for your call my friend we'll.

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"seventy days" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"seventy days" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Robert Hey I just some observations like your previous two collared collars for Congress to look at eliminating the element of surprise buyer president not distraught but AT future president is just unbelievable I think we would all agree that trump success let me just say this they will say well he gets sixty days well you know maybe the element surprise need seventy days exactly I got I got a niece and a nephew in the navy the nephew as a navy pilot I want him going in on surprise you know yeah and along those lines you know trump his success is his unpredictability right yep and going back to two years ago when he bomb Syria Hey he gassed his population it's been going on before they knew something was gonna happen right so he's he launches the fifty nine cruise missiles and what was also a part of that element of surprise he said was sitting down with President tree of China thirty minutes into a dinner and we're screwed over were bombing Syria right now remember yeah you want to talk about unpredictable everybody in the world sat up China especially if this could happen tomorrow thank you for everything you do Mr love and Robert thank you buddy I appreciate your call very much alea in the Leesburg Virginia on the mark live an app how are you I'm fine thank you I'll be very brief a cynic is that now so far we don't see so early in ski in the conservative movement so far is Salah the whining and people keep calm complaining enough of that they probably have been there and forget about it dot I agree what you think and them my understanding is that without proper goes ation without proper Procter amp strategy is so kind of useless because some simple blue all your qualities are probing does seventy no no no no no no first of all we have no way of knowing but there's no way it's seventy five percent you just heard a gentleman call in fact most of the people the entire program of Calder probably not seventy five but I don't any problem with people who are seventy right right mon just what I'm saying is that no there can be quite useful because of their they can send the petitions and signed letters to congressmen and whatever but what I'm saying is that this is the there is there is it's called convention of states article five have been talking about it now for several years as a wonderful organization run by paddy and mark Meckler and I would strongly encourage people to get involved in it Jenny Beth Martin runs the finest a tea party organization in the country tea party patriots I would encourage people to get involved in it there's other such organizations a handful of them in any event and so they're they're they just need more more ground troops thank you for your call my friend we'll be right back then.

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"seventy days" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"seventy days" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"Yeah, the, the, the whatever happened had nothing to do a have a mentally and put on fire. He pulled out. So that's a win win. I slap to the face, and you're not doing the fighting a win and in Connor fucking gutter as best win to like, you know what I'm saying in the second fire like you can I I'm gonna say okay, I didn't win that fight. Right. I didn't win, but more so than enough. I definitely been lose that, but so then and then I just got Foggin. She had been honored by the media, the whole the whole three years. So that's what's been on. I know where I'm at right here on I'm doing. So that's my thoughts on those guys. I'm done with bad division. And I'm gonna do this one seventy day where Credit's who, who? A good fighter Cabana these other guys who are mentally pussies. Against slapped faces this down the fire and we're gonna go on there and fight. And that's, that's what it's gonna be if he likes me or not is, it's all good. We both got go there and fight. And that's what's gonna happen. It's the main event gonna call it the commencement. But that's the degrading should they do to me because they don't want. They don't want. No, no love or no points go my way 'cause it's not it's not navy as you'll see it's Navient bursts year. Sear UC burst Navias for some reason. So it's right. I'm just going to do what I got to do to keep mind. Ki-moon moon forward sitting on the sidelines doubt. I doubt. We'll fuck them. I've, I don't need to find nobody. If, if you got the no love. And then I might way this is exactly what they want to do dies somewhere bridge like I'm like, I'm going, I'm gonna I'm gonna find the best product of I can get Pettis knockout Thompson on. That's worthy. Then I call them another go yet. Will, we'll let you the Pakistan and. Making light with I've done with that, though, that division we've sauce. I did at the end and then. And then. So now we're moving forward with that one, seventy. And then they put me on the rank the fifty five the next day, and then they okay that's cool could have done five, and then they made a baby over the internet makeup from the rankings and on my, you guys think of the every this many other any them this, I just moved out of the rankings toward seventy so that was Michael. So here we are one, seventy. And. I see a man should be trampled division, too there. Ain't nobody even doing anything there, except for a. Anthony punish so here we are the biggest best buy you can find in the whole the whole way. What delay division in a this is the, the main event that world named for with all due respect to the heavyweights, who are great also. But. It can't be having me headlining. No cards that can be. They can't be heaven again. Ideas points. That's what I'm saying. So I got to do it all myself. And this is how we do it. How close were you Nate that edit? You see that CD deal. I got the no tell me about it. Yeah. They got a huge, huge deal, like I don't know much about it. It's a huge deal. You open the door for them. You're welcome modified is. That's cool. But can I get my points? Just table. Now, everybody's nobody. Everybody's got the CD sponsorships announcing foam basketball, and that's it's legal. And everybody's the sees the UC's paid out and a and all the fiery that their own individual sports, even once you don't smoke. No way to everybody's in cannabis movement. Now, your boy, you You know..

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"seventy days" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"seventy days" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"It's all about we're gonna mess up. And we're going to have things that we don't even mess up. Just that are just messed up in life. We're going to have things that like my dad, you know, being in the hospital for seventy days, we're gonna have these things happen. And who knows what there's not always an explanation. That's an important thing to understand about life is not always is not always a rational reason behind every single thing. And people do say everything happens for a reason, maybe, you know, like a lot of things happen for for reason. I kind of believe in fate, and I believe in being able to see things that aren't there. And I believe in a lot of these things. But man, I I don't I it's hard for me to think that when a four year old kid is from cancer that happened for particularly man. Not just sucks. I can't think of a and maybe it start. Maybe maybe it started more funding towards. Pediatric cancers. But man, that's that's a tough one to swallow everything. Calms for reason the. You're on your way to work and someone cuts you off, and it may an scares you? And makes you slow down. Yeah. I can get behind that. Okay. Yeah. Now, you're paying attention more. Maybe you're kind of on your phone when you shouldn't have been and like I can kind of see that. Yeah. I can get behind that. But some of these other things that happen. And some of the setbacks that you're gonna run into in life. You're gonna run into death and all kinds of crazy stupid shit. That's going to happen that unfortunately, we don't have control over all those things. But as we've been talking about through this entire podcast, you can control more things than you think you can control your feelings, which goes beyond your thoughts. Right. Your your feelings end up becoming part of your thoughts. Andrew says something that makes me feel bad. We'll now I got bad thoughts in my head. Thanks a lot of Andrew. I'm sorry. Such jerks such a bully. Pushing me around, but we can control these feelings by controlling our environment and trying to get around like minded people and trying to have people understand the kind of support the kind of things that we need. Can I get Amen? There. Yes. Yeah. A little smokey run around. Why is he keep popping in? I think that's a are you turn awarness or like clock us or something like that? He's just hanging out. He's a fan of the show. Oh Fanta show. So who we got coming in today? We got some Cal strength. Peeps. Coming in Dave Spitz and his team. And we're gonna learn them up on some power Lifton. Probably some benching they usually want bench because they these these people that are coming in today. They're getting ready for the NFL combine they're trying to do that to twenty five years many reps as possible. And you know, these guys if they can shave a half second off their forty yard dash if they can get an extra repre to on their to twenty-five bench makes big difference. And last year, it was really really cool going up there and we've been doing this for the last few years, but both with the not only the NFL prospects. But some of the guys that are already playing, and I forget some of the names of different people that we've that we've worked with. But it's been awesome. I know Kiko Alonzo is one of them that guy's a savage played for the bears for a little while. And I forget where else he's been playing. Maybe miami. These guys they move around a lot. But man that guide knocks shed a people's linebacker. And then we had the guy who caught the game winning touchdown the Super Bowl last year. The tight end for the Philadelphia Eagles. I can't remember his name if it's earth's or hurts. But it's like whatever the opposite of the quarterback the quarterback has a similar last name. But yeah, it's been awesome. Having those guys come in. And and Dave Spitz as good friend. He runs a Cal strength. They do weightlifting. They put the weight up over their head, and they use a lot less weight than us..

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"seventy days" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"seventy days" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Oh, Bill Alabama for an argument over history. We seventy days crossed the water from the Africa. So. Dave potus from one another. He can't help the crack. Growing up. I was taught in American history books that Africa had no history. And neither did I. Oh, Mandy for the Bill cotton. Oh, mandy. Me and my wife give me and my wife ability that was my introduction. My history. You know, every African American that we now wants to know where in Africa they came from. And then how they came here. You are the only African American I've ever met who can name the ship just about everything is you understand you start giving you to give you the facts historic dilapidated African town a distraction or a shot of redemption. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm trial Snyder national security adviser John Bolton says the Trump administration is linking its military pullout from Syria to assurances from Turkey that it will not attack Kurdish fighters allied to the US. And he also says the remnants of Islamic state must be defeated briefed reporters today during his trip to Israel, President Trump announced the withdrawal last month that led to the resignation of Defense Secretary, Jim Manis, Massachusetts democratic Senator. Elizabeth Warren is wrapping up her first trip to Iowa since announcing that she's considering running for president in two thousand twenty. She used to meet privately with democratic activists at a copy shop in Des Moines and the participate in a public roundtable discussion. Iowa public radio's Klay masters reports on the ground already covered. Senator Warren was pretty horse by the time. She got to her final event in Des Moines. The bad news is I've caught a cold..

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"seventy days" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:14 min | 3 years ago

"seventy days" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is WNYC FM HD in New York. On the media goes to mobile Alabama for an argument over history. Seventy days crossed the water from the Africa. Potus from one another. He helped crack when I was growing up. I was taught in American history books. Africa had no history. And neither did I. The thing is like oh Mandy cotton. Oh, man. Even me, and my wife gives me and my wife didn't ability. That was my introduction. My history. Every African American movie now wants to know where in Africa they came from. And then how they came here. You are the only African American I've ever been can name the ship just about everything is gonna say you come here for star. I'm giving you to give you the facts historic dilapidated Africa town, a distraction or a shot of redemption. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jack Speer. President Trump indicated today he might consider using executive authority to get his promised walled the US southern border built Trump telling reporters he could go that route declaring a national emergency absent move by congress to give him the funding. He's asked for the impasse over border wall. Funding has now nearly two-week-old partial government shutdown. Trump says the respective size in the debate over wall. Funding continue working after failing to reach agreement today. We put together a team people that will work over the weekend. And they'll be negotiating on the border on the look on different things having to do with border security, including at the ports of entry. Trump said he believes the standoff over the border wall is going to be over sooner than people think what were the president also said he's prepared to keep the government shutdown in place for months or even years. If that's what it takes to get the funding. He wants Canadian. Officials say thirteen Canadians have been detained in China since the Chinese executive was arrested in Vancouver early this month as NPR's Jackie northern reports. Among those detained is a former diplomat. Canadian government spokesman says several of those detained have been released, but that five Canadian still remain in custody in undisclosed locations in China. They were picked up after mum long show, a senior executive with tech giant hallway was arrested in Vancouver on fraud charges at the request of the US government. She's being held on ten million dollars bail awaiting extradition proceedings to the US. Beijing says two of the detained are suspected of engaging in activities endangering national security. Ottawa has repeatedly said it sees no direct link between monks arrest in this round of detentions. And that there were other Canadians detained before her arrest. Jackie Northam, NPR news Washington after nearly forty years in congress, Kansas. Senator Pat Roberts announced today. He will. Retire and not seek reelection. When his term ends in twenty twenty is NPR's miles. Parks reports Roberts will retires the longest serving member of congress from Kansas. Republican Pat Roberts is the only member of congress have chaired both the house and Senate Agriculture Committee's he helped shepherd eight different farm bills to passage over the past four decades, including one last month Roberts has been generally known as a bipartisan sender, but he came under criticism from Democrats in the mid two thousands when he chaired the Senate intelligence committee as a US invaded Iraq Democrats will likely see the seat as a potential opportunity in twenty twenty as Kansas just elected a democratic governor in the midterms. The state hasn't elected a democratic Senator, however since nineteen thirty two national Republicans are already pushing for secretary of state, Mike Pompeo to consider running for the seat, miles parks. NPR news will stock market soared today after falling sharply yesterday. The Dow Jones industrial average up seven hundred forty six points to twenty three thousand four thirty three. The NASDAQ was up two hundred and seventy five. Points. This is NPR. This is WNYC in New York. I'm Lance lucky. Some federal employees in New York City are running out of money as the partial government shutdown drags on Heidrick Thomas is a TSA employee and president of council one hundred the union representing TSA workers across the country. He says workers are JFK and LaGuardia are trying to keep showing up but can't afford to get there with the Saudis that we make the employees to live in check by check literally. I mean check by check. They can get paid on a Monday by Saturday come the money go on and then the next week they scrambling to get to work. They have no money left out of his check Thomas says he's heard of some employees picking up part-time jobs to make ends meet like tending bar working at a local WalMart, but he says many TSA agents feel pressure to keep working at airports in order to protect the public flu season is upon us. And it's already hitting our region hard. That's according to the US centers for disease control, which reported high levels of flu reports in New York City and New Jersey but Columbia University. Epi epidemiologists? Stephen Moore says the numbers might herald the start of a rough flu season for the greater metro area. Once it gets to New York, you might expect it would usually spread fairly. Well, but that's not too surprising. And I would expect most of the rest of the area to start showing a similar pattern in the next few weeks. The New York City health department says more than twelve thousand excuse me, twelve hundred patients have tested positive for flu since September. The New Jersey department of health says about two thousand people have tested positive in the state during the same period, part of a major thoroughfare in queens remains closed after construction workers ruptured gas and water mains and caused part of the road to collapse. Northern boulevard is close to traffic in both directions between one hundred eighth and one hundred fourteenth street WNYC support for NPR comes from air table, a collaboration platform used by a diverse range of teams from documentary filmmakers to cattle ranchers for turning inspiration into innovation. So teams can start Bill. Ending at air table dot com. I'm your host next time on Latino USA seventy years ago a.

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Canadian ex-diplomat detained in China, official confirms

Pacifica Evening News

04:48 min | 3 years ago

Canadian ex-diplomat detained in China, official confirms

"At night. More from reporter Simon marks the arrest of mung one. Joe the chief financial officer of the Chinese technology company wallpa- has been met with anger by the authorities in Beijing that threatening while they called grave consequences if she's not freed by the authorities in Canada who detained her at the request of the United States where she's wanted on charges of conspiracy to defraud multiple financial institutions case has shown a spotlight on the company her father founded, so how big a deal is while way Nick filed says telecoms correspondent for the financial times in Europe while he's gone from being a company, I guess people had heard of in around two thousand three hundred four to basically, the largest supplier telecoms equipment. That's the stuff on my boss. The stuff that comes into the network through transmission at in some countries, not the UK stuff in the coal, which actually routes Kohl's licks subscribe to whether I need to go. And as I said, it's been an incredible rise. I think before. They won. What was a landmark deal with Bates? Hey for the twenty-first century network in two thousand and five you had very famous names Makoni NorTel Siemens over this. Mock wouldn't add doubts about three players mess, largely dancer wise. Pretty relentless rise to be honest. He spoke to F T dot com. Ms monks arrest comes right in the middle of that US trade war with China and some in the Trump administration have extraordinarily suggested that her freedom could be used as a bargaining chip by Washington with FSN spotlight. I'm Simon marks Chinese-American. San Francisco elected officials held a commemoration this morning of the seventy fifth anniversary of the repeal of the Chinese exclusion act in eighteen eighty two congress passed and president Chester Arthur signed into law the measure prohibiting the immigration of Chinese workers. Chinese workers were blamed for driving down wages and for being unable to assimilate US born Chinese Americans or also ordered to carry. Or face the risk of deportation. The act was repealed in nineteen forty-three officials organizing today's commemoration said that more than ever the diverse immigrant community must quote stand together. United in solidarity against the hateful rhetoric and anti immigrant policies emanating from the Trump administration unquote, more news to come. It is our mission to bring you as much news and information as we possibly during the evening news, each weekday at six for the half hour additional on the weekends. But it is also are obligate during a fund drive to try to raise some money. So that this news department can continue to function and overall. So our listener sponsored radio station KPFA can continue to operate eighty five hundred ninety percent of the funds expended to keep this radio station on the air be that. Staff salaries be that huge amount that goes to the electricity company, and we're going to have some news about that electricity company coming up in just a few minutes to keep the water flowing in the bathrooms and the kitchen sink. To rent service, the computers all that stuff. Eighty five to ninety percent of that money comes directly from you. Our listener, no one else. There's no middleman no middle woman. No mediating factor. There are no commercial announcements. There are no corporate underwriting announcements there are no foundations of the left. There are no foundations of the right? There are no foundations of the middle. There's no alien financing here. There's no rich people. Just listeners just listeners. We were the first radio station to attempt to do this, which is to do broadcasting. And then when we were done broadcasting asks the list, there's if they supported it enough to enable us to give us enough money to enable us to do some more broadcasting. And that's basically the way it's been for nearly seventy years now, and we hope it will be that way at least for seventy days we're trying to raise enough money to get us into the new year. We need four hundred fifty thousand dollars to do that. But that's our goal to raise by the end of the year right now, we're

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"seventy days" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"seventy days" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"I remember Matt the captain turns me, and there was just this sense. Everyone was so serious on the boat. And they're all brilliant, sailors might have been sending forty years, and we always joke, and we try and keep a good sense of humor. But this particular swim that was just silence on the boat, and everyone was just a bit like, wow, okay. This is this particular swim. This particular tide is different. And I tend to Matt Matt said to me, look, I'm going to be honest with you, Cory avec in joint, whirlpool and eight go lie. He even go to bit weird. We're speaking to local fishermen, and they were saying, yeah. The car evac. And that's that's renowned the hag go this governs the Corey of that had. Harry potter. Yeah. Watch out for the kelp. I'm always canopy is a war to spirit of Toby. And he was telling me about like kelp like shape Shifter's like mermaids, and they'll learn you to sailors to the death. So I'm calling to like what I find. So with Matt says, okay, had got us in kelp assign. Let's get through the Evesham. He said, I'm going to need you. Now, you've been swimming for seventy days up until this point. You know, I know you'll chafing you're in a bad way by need you to swim. Like this is a race. I need you to just swim for six hours come out with the block. So I want you to treat this like the English channel we need twenty miles you need to just get clear. How far off shore were you? We were from the side. We're probably I dunno cars quite narrow that bit probably ten miles. Yeah. But it was more. If something went wrong disappearing down the plughole was the event. There's no way you could go around it. No, no. I mean that would have added so many more miles to so that was the risk. It was look. And also is what we knew that the summer was kind of ending. So if we went the long way round, we wouldn't around the top of Kate roughing, some of these things consider and he said to me. Okay. Rossana just haunt for the sports. Scientists say me was a pacing strategies nutritional structures, recovery strategies, mother nature nation doesn't care about need swim around this this John Paul. So I did. And I swam six hours, it's hard as I could swimming. Then I remember about three hours in I got stung by jellyfish. But this particular thing it just felt different..

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"seventy days" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour

Stansberry Investor Hour

05:44 min | 3 years ago

"seventy days" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour

"Being you know just factor in okay so so he gets into government and then of course there's being kind of pushing shove where the president through his ability to hire and fire has been showing his power and also the believe hope it but the intelligence agencies and saudi arabia and the the other serious of players in the united states and out have also been demonstrating their power and so you see a a given take mortgage by trump and take between the white house and those other players and so if you will get for example he shift in say some security posey helen did that take will they i mean they kept beating him out and it took about seventy days so have the kind of untrained undisciplined president it takes about seventy days for the security sector to to to them into position the revenge of the deep state i mean it's not completely he you know it's not just trump he has this people like that and others around him and i think trump is kind of hard to keep in a box even if you get him in a boxer while so it's it's a i just speaking as a journalist it's a it's a fascinating thing to say play out with obama and other presidencies usually that's already played out in the senate you know in the career before they become a president that gotten into position and most of yet not straying too much from what the correct if you like positions whereas all over the place soon as he got into office and now he's being shoved in pushed into line right juliana ask another question about the sorry about the specific question about the the kushner in the fbi investigation into the senior people in trump's group the what i can't figure out and i figured this is probably something that's just simply hasn't been reported yet and you may know what is the what's where's the smoking gun behind all of these russian allegations because the only thing that i have read so far from unnamed sources is that there were attempts from people in trump's administration to talk to russian officials and set up private lines of communication and again i'm not the world's greatest constitutional scholar but it seems like the purview of the executive branch is to manage foreign policy so isn't that what they're supposed to be doing and terms of talking to one of our major global adversaries and if they're just talking to them the what has the fbi so exercised what hasn't been said yet to the public do you know i'm not aware of anything i think that the biz probably nothing the the reason i i mean there's a whole host of reasons to believe that her example if you look at what the claim reported in the washington post that's claimed that there was a intercepts of communications from the russian ambassador kislyak back to moscow interesting that's coming out in a presidential normally very sensitive but anyway they claim that kislyak said the jared gruesome once set up backchannel during december i think with moscow to discuss it's not reveal publicly presumably to to discuss what the us russian relationship would look like once they go into government so and that kislyak was a bit you know wired by this and unhappy pappy with it so that's not what you say if there's already an existing conspiracy you're ready have a back channel and but kislyak's concern actually perfectly mirrors concern from a chris jobs back in the early sixties the basically kislyak is a bureaucrat within reformed service of russia and what bureaucrats height more than anything else is leadership not going through them they cut out of the equation they they basically get their power or at least you know a substantial part of their power by abu trashing the interaction between leaders so that always try and glow moan and dispersed themselves between the leaders of countries will leaders of organizations so in other words this is all just a bunch of accusations and it's doesn't it seem like this is the the modern playbook that the government opposition whatever whether it's led by democrats led by republicans or in this case perhaps both elements but the government opposition attacks the the president with a special prosecutor with allegations of wrongdoing that then just dog that presidency until until he leaves office or even after so you're i mean i'm sure you remember all the special investigations of clinton and before that ronald ray regan and this is this just the the.

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"seventy days" Discussed on Capital Allocators

Capital Allocators

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"seventy days" Discussed on Capital Allocators

"So yeah i was it was valiant and what we do is we come a whole benchmark between zero and one one is you are the single most crowded stock in the novus 5000 stock index and zeros only basically one person owns it or no one owns it valiant was at one valiant had hundred and fifty or so hedge fund managers and an aggregate they represent at seven thousand percent of average daily volume so seventy days worth of volume was represented by a hundred and fifty managers now really is that bat not necessarily but what it is is sort of a measure of future beta in some sort of bad to thank you would also be a measure of liquidity to some yes it definitely is immeasurably quit we of joked round with some of my hedge fund clients and the managers all was save you could just tell me the stocks that are getting more crowded that's great because you can make a lot of money that way but the key is when it reverses an i tell you there's three or four stocks right now that that in similar score to valley what are those names you know one of them is the ultimate for sure which his side think the the i who in a spin out i mean i think you probably just go on our website in and then and find that those stats i'm not i'm not an as much of an expert on it inserted tracking those on a daily basis but we publish that pretty widely in and so crowd in this the way we think about crowd is not a bad thing actually crowd this is a factor outperforms overtime but it's extremely dangerous if you're not paying attention to internal a bit too conviction the way you described assessing skill as requiring a large number of data points her began.

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