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"sidney" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

06:04 min | 3 d ago

"sidney" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Hello, from wonder media network, I'm Jenny Kaplan, and this is romantica. This month we're highlighting indigenous women from around the globe. Today's a mannequin was a remarkable storyteller in the Yukon territory of Canada. As one of the last members of the tag ish. She recognized the power and importance of preserving native culture and traditions. Please welcome Angela Sydney. Angela Sydney was born in care cross in Yukon, Canada on January 4th, 1902. Originally known as Caribou crossing, care cross was home to the care cross, tagged, first nation. Angela's parents, John and Maria were of tagish and clink at ancestry. They were both members of the day shitan clan. When Angela was a baby, she was given a tagged and clink at name in addition to her English name. It's been said she was given the name Angela because her godfather said she looks like a little angel. Before Angela and her brother and sister were born, their parents had four other children. Tragically, these children died at the hands of various illnesses, including German measles, dysentery, smallpox, and jaundice. Angela's mother was not immune to these diseases and suffered from long-term side effects for the rest of her life. As the eldest surviving daughter, Angela was responsible for taking care of her mother. Angela took advantage of their mother daughter time. She asked question after question about the traditions and culture of their people. She heard many colorful stories about the way things used to be. One of Angela's favorite activities was listening to her elders share ancient stories that had been passed down through many generations. Growing up, Angela learned three languages. Click it, tagged and English. She learned clink it and tagged from family members while earning English at an Anglican mission school and care cross. When Angela was just 5 years old, she stopped regularly speaking tagged. As she grew older, she noticed that the tagged language and culture was starting to fade. Throughout Angela's childhood, her tagged community was going through a significant transition. For hundreds of years, the tag ish and clink at people lived harmoniously side by side, trading goods and intermarrying. By the mid 19th century, the tagas people had started adopt and clean kit language and customs. Tag culture slowly began to disappear. It became almost obsolete in the 1900s, a decline perhaps hastened by white prospectors who came to Yukon in search of gold and disrupted the tagged way of life. When Angela was 14 years old, with her parents support, she married a section worker named George Sidney, who was twice her age. They married in a traditional clink at ceremony. When one of Angela's white school teachers learned of the marriage, the teacher told George that they needed to marry the white man way. George and Angela obliged and had a second wedding in the Anglican church. Shortly after their marriage, Angela gave birth to their first child in 1917. In the years to come, she would have 6 more children. Four of whom died young. When it came to passing her knowledge down to her children. Angela embraced the old and new ways of her world. She wanted her children to be progressive without forgetting the ways of their ancestors. Angela herself had feet in both worlds. She learned the traditional healing methods of her clan, while caring for her mother, and also studied modern medical textbooks as an adult. Because of this dual wealth of knowledge, Angela served as the unofficial nurse of care cross. Angela's husband George became the chief of care cross after chief Patsy Henderson died. In this new position of power, he and Angela made it a mission to maintain mixed race schools of white and first nation kids. After her husband passed away in 1971, Angela dedicated her life to preserving the language and stories of the tag ish, as well as the history of the Yukon. She was one of the last fluent speakers of the tagish language, and one of the few people still telling in passing down old stories. Angela was intent on not letting Yukon tradition and customs disappear. She was all too familiar with the disappointment of feeling like the stories she was told growing up. Didn't match her lived experiences. For example, when it was time for her to receive a potlatch name, there was no clan elder to give it to her because those with the knowledge had passed without sharing it with their descendants. In the last 17 years of her life, Angela worked with anthropologists and other elders to keep the tagged language and traditions alive. In collaboration with anthropologist Julie cruikshank. Angela published two books. My stories are my wealth in 1977 and tagged sluggy, tagged stories in 1982. She also published a book that archived place names for tagged and clink at locations around the region's southern lakes. In 1983, Angela and Julie produced a record of Angela's family tree that encompassed 6 generations starting in the mid 1800s. Angela made history in 1986 when she became the first native woman from the Yukon to become a member of the order of Canada. She was recognized for her contributions to northern linguistics and ethnographic studies. In 1988, Angela's niece and a fellow storyteller created the Yukon international storytelling festival in honor of Angela and her stories. Angela Sidney died on July 17th, 1991. Her contributions to preserving her language and culture are commemorated with the bust in white horse Canada. Underneath the statue lies a plaque inscribed with her words. I have no money to leave for my grandchildren. My stories are my wealth. All month, we're talking.

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The 'Moderate' Democrats We Need to Defeat Next Election

Mark Levin

01:39 min | Last week

The 'Moderate' Democrats We Need to Defeat Next Election

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Capitals rout Penguins 6-1 in Crosby's return

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00:41 sec | Last week

Capitals rout Penguins 6-1 in Crosby's return

"The capital's role to a six one win over the penguins in Sidney Crosby's return to the Pittsburgh lineup garnet Hathaway of getting his nets off Conor Sheary Daniel Sprong and Tom Wilson each had a goal and an assist in the caps fourth win in a row Wilson says they never let up their team that if you give them an inch they they can get back in and they can make you pay so we wanted to stay on top of the specially going into the third Alex of that's gonna added two assists and VTech vantage check handle twenty four shots for Washington the penguins got Crosby and defenseman Brian dumoulin back from the NHL's cove in nineteen protocol Pittsburgh coach Mike Sullivan also is back from protocol but the pens didn't score after J. cancels first period tally I'm Dave Ferrie

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Carter, Jarry lead Penguins to shootout win vs Panthers

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

Carter, Jarry lead Penguins to shootout win vs Panthers

"Tristan Jarry stopped thirty six shots in three more chances in a shoot out as the Pittsburgh Penguins top the Florida Panthers three to two for sorry the performance was a solid one after allowing seven goals in ten shootout attempts this season I think it was something that I had to approve upon and just watching video how the guys help thing do some shoot outs in practice and break ways I think that helped me a lot and prepared me I think every day we did it we I got better and I think that was something that the guys did a great job for me helping me and just making sure that we're on top of it Evan Rodrigues entity blooper scored for Pittsburgh which again played without captain Sidney Crosby and head coach Mike Sullivan who remaining covert nineteen protocols Alexander Barkov and Frank Vatrano scored and Sergei Bobrovsky made twenty nine saves Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh

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Letang's overtime winner lifts Penguins past Flyers, 3-2

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

Letang's overtime winner lifts Penguins past Flyers, 3-2

"Kris letang school less than two minutes into overtime lifted the Pittsburgh Penguins to a three two win over rival Philadelphia which hangs goal his first of the season came in his first game back from a covert nineteen diagnosis the last four days after I got the call my screening I try to stay on the ice as much as I could just to get the feel back you know went ten days without skating and so it's a long time Brock McGinn and J. cancel also scored interesting Jari made thirty six saves as Pittsburgh played the game without coach Mike Sullivan star Sidney Crosby and three defensemen do to cope in nineteen protocols Pittsburgh is now four three into for Philadelphia Travis connect me and Scott Laughton scored well Carter Hart made thirty three saves the flyers are now five two into Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh

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Lightning finally get regulation lead, beat Penguins 5-1

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00:32 sec | Last month

Lightning finally get regulation lead, beat Penguins 5-1

"Five different Tampa Bay Lightning players scored and Andrei Vasile lefty made twenty eight saves as Tampa top the Pittsburgh Penguins five to one Brayden point Ondrej Palat Ryan McDonagh Mikhail Sergachev and Alex killorn all scored for the lightning as John Cooper's team lead in regulation for the first time this season the lightning are now three three and one the pain was lost for the first time in regulation this year Jason Zucker scored for short handed Pittsburgh which was without star Sidney Crosby Evgeni Malkin and Kris letang Tristan Jarry made twenty six saves as Pittsburgh fell to three two one one Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh

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 Jarry has 26 saves, Penguins beat Lightning 6-2 in opener

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00:41 sec | Last month

Jarry has 26 saves, Penguins beat Lightning 6-2 in opener

"Tristen Jori stopped twenty six shots to lead the Pittsburgh Penguins to a six two win over the defending Stanley Cup champion Tampa Bay Lightning in the season opener Tuesday night in Tampa a Pittsburgh club without their captain Sidney Crosby controlled play for much of the game the penguin struck twice early in the second period Danton Heinen opened the scoring Brian Boyle at the second for Pittsburgh Dominik seem on we get the eventual game winner midway through the third that's really get there when the when the first one and having it was it was emotional big big game and yeah really really happy that we we made it Anthony cerulean Alex killorn finally got Tampa Bay on the board teddy blooper Evan Rodriguez and Bryan rust each got empty netters for Pittsburgh Baltimore so Cano Tampa

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Garbage May Be Lucrative  Opportunity for Australia Green Push

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:47 min | 2 months ago

Garbage May Be Lucrative Opportunity for Australia Green Push

"Tucker carlson. Last night had a segment on australia. He began by saying americans have this view of australians as rough and tumbled individualists with a great admiration for freedom and veneration of it and that was true about fifty years ago and before that. But i've been to australia many times. He noted very few. Americans have actually been there. But i have been there as i've given lectures. They're often and i remember having dinner with some folks in the upper middle-class may be upper-class. Who would brought me to sidney in that case and i was struck by their willingness to have the government intervene in their lives. They thought it was a good thing. They thought that australia was an advanced society for example by weighing their garbage. I believe that was the issue. And i remember saying you're okay with that and i said look. These are the posts. The people who brought me wasn't going to attack them. But i i did register a dissenting opinion. That's okay with you that the amount of garbage your home produces is wade. And you're fine if you go over the limit that is that has been ascertained for your home.

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Lawyers Allied With Trump Penalized Over Michigan Lawsuit

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Lawyers Allied With Trump Penalized Over Michigan Lawsuit

"A federal judge has issued a scathing rebuke of nine lawyers aligned with former president trump who face sanctions over their challenge of Michigan's election results the nine lawyers are facing financial penalties and other sanctions as US district judge Linda Parker said a lawsuit they filed last fall was a sham intended to deceive the court and the public she accuses the lawyers of abusing the court system challenging Joe Biden's victory after the state had certified its election results she says the attorneys which includes Sidney Powell and Lynn would scorn their oath the judges as the city of Detroit and the state of Michigan to tally up how much defending that lawsuit cost I'm Jacki quit

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STEMinist of the Day: Florence Nightingale

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:13 min | 3 months ago

STEMinist of the Day: Florence Nightingale

"Are stemming. Most of the day is synonymous with excellence in nursing named the lady with the lamp. She revolutionized hospital sanitation and used her command of statistics to advocate for health reform. Let's talk about florence. Nightingale florence nightingale was born on may twelfth eighteen twenty two an upper class english family with florence and her older sister parthenon dopey are named for the italian cities where they were born growing up in a wealthy family. Florence split her time between the families to english estates and was home schooled by her father. Despite receiving an education the expectation for florence was to marry young and start a family but florence had other ideas when florence was a teenager. She believed she received a message from god calling her to work with the poor and the sick when florence told her parents she wished to pursue a career in nursing. They were not pleased at the time. Nursing was thought of as a lowly service position. not at all what. The nightingale family had intended for their daughter but confident in her calling. Florence would not be deterred and refuse to entertain the idea of marriage eventually. Florence's father gave in and she was permitted to attend nursing school in both germany and paris. Eventually florence's father gave in and she was permitted to attend nursing school in both germany and france. Florence quickly made a name for herself in the medical community and she returned to london in eighteen fifty. Three to serve superintendent of a hospital that catered to upper class gentlewoman in eighteen fifty four. The crimean war broke out and the british army found itself ill equipped to handle the sudden and overwhelming number of injured soldiers. Newspapers began to report on the poor conditions of these facilities which were plagued by overcrowding a lack of supplies and unsanitary practices. The army needed. Help the secretary of war sidney. Herbert contacted florence and asked if she would lead a group of nurses to treat the wounded soldiers.

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Dominion sues Trump-friendly broadcasters over fraud claims

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

Dominion sues Trump-friendly broadcasters over fraud claims

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting dominion voting systems sues trump friendly broadcasters over fraud claims dominion voting systems filed lawsuits Tuesday against right wing broadcasters newsmax at one American news and former overstock dot com CEO Patrick Byrne a prominent ally of former president Donald Trump the lawsuits allege dominion was damaged by false claims that the vote counting machine maker read to the twenty twenty election for president Joe Biden Indian says the barrage of baseless claims cost it one point six billion dollars in lost profits to million filed a defamation lawsuit earlier this year against fox news and trump allies Rudy guiliani Sidney Powell and Mike Lindell the CEO of my pillow no agency has found evidence of fraud sufficient to sway the twenty twenty election results hi Mike Rossio

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"sidney" Discussed on The Poetry Magazine Podcast

The Poetry Magazine Podcast

02:03 min | 5 months ago

"sidney" Discussed on The Poetry Magazine Podcast

"To hear my mama's voice. It gets me every time. I have the capacity to recognize small beauty and small things. Celebrate all of that. And i think we give ourselves permission to recognize the miracle of us being here. Everything is celebratory. Not only the things that tried. Kill me and failed but even the fact that you know. I haven't driver's license and i can go somewhere from onto the things that we take for granted. Nothing should be taken for granted. Absolutely nothing and that i celebrate..

"sidney" Discussed on The Poetry Magazine Podcast

The Poetry Magazine Podcast

02:03 min | 5 months ago

"sidney" Discussed on The Poetry Magazine Podcast

"Hear my mama's voice. It gets me every time. I have the capacity to recognize small beauty and small things. Celebrate all of that. And i think we give ourselves permission to recognize the miracle of us being here. Everything is celebratory. Not only the things that tried. Kill me and failed but even the fact that you know. I haven't driver's license and i can go somewhere from onto the things that we take for granted. Nothing should be taken for granted absolutely nothing and all of that. I celebrate..

"sidney" Discussed on The Poetry Magazine Podcast

The Poetry Magazine Podcast

08:15 min | 5 months ago

"sidney" Discussed on The Poetry Magazine Podcast

"Thank you for the long answer. Wow that's so incredible. And i'm so glad that you were able to share those moments with both of your parents. I have yet to have any children myself. But i can imagine how special That moment must have been to see her so happy. Yes it makes me look forward honestly to that moment in my own. Life is not on the horizon period. It's really not line. Times comes back to this moment. With a and i also love the story about your mom cursing out the teacher. It makes me think of my parents immediately. Nicest people ever. My parents are so kind and you know they don't fight people whatever but if you mess at all even if you think about if even smell the idea. Messing with us is over for you. It's actually over for you and people are always surprised in the same way they think. Oh i thought you were quiet. And and they're like i am but this is what you've done. Yes what did you know that's wonderful. I love that it actually segues perfectly actually into this idea of her ferocity that i've been thinking about a lot recently and i want to start that conversation by playing her piece. My poem after readings. I often get people off and get people asking you questions. And one of the questions. That i get ask is variations on. Why are you so filled with hate that sort of thing a well. This is my poem. A loved person from love people out of the african sun under the sign of cancer. Who ever see my midnight. Smile seeing star apple and mango from home. Whoever takes me for a negative thing his death beyond him like a skin and his skin be his heart's revenge and there. It is right there. I mean it's it's right near route when i hear this poem and Also the poems why some people be mad at me sometimes and note to myself. When i think of all these poems i think about how ms clifton was clearly very passionate and revolutionary and and pointedly so but i also think about how people sometimes maybe not reduce maybe it is reduced but they might not experience her that way or they feel like like the example of people laughing with cutting greens. I feel that. Sometimes she isn't in those conversations of those poets who are i guess more traditionally ferocious in that way if that makes any sense i think that's too bad because i think it's obvious that she that same power you think about. Somebody like sister. Sonia sanchez for example. Who is somebody who is going to you. Know screaming you down into where you belong you know and she is also impacted by someone like ms clifton who maybe was not screaming in the traditional sense but one of my students. Use the word overwhelm She overwhelmed the systems of oppression with her Her ability to overwhelm. I think stem some partly from the fact that she was intrinsically shy and so writing was helpful for her was a way for her to make those statements that may have been more political and medical and and and pointed but also i think part of her ability to do their part of the reason. Part of what drove her. Being more stealth in those statements was because she was a mom and she was her being a mother and her being a nurturer and in way a protector actually drove her tendency in some poems to lay the foundation to create the womb. In which you felt comfortable and you recognize that you were protected and loved but in that place of protection love. I'm going to tell you something really difficult. But you also going to understand that i love you. And that's why i'm telling you this difficult thing. That's why it's necessary for you to hear this. But also she was at at after a certain point. I think in her career when she felt very solid in her lucille. Clifton nece the fact that not everybody was going to understand was perfectly fine. She lost zero sleep over. People not understanding or misconstruing or people's feelings being hurt but but she was also open to having a conversation about that with people it took energy to have to explain and there are some days where. I'm just not going to explain today. Today's not a day. I'm going to explain. I do not have the capacity to be your bomb today which was also perfectly find and at times necessary. Yeah i mean. There's so many things that you said that have resonated with me I want to start with the permission that your mom has given me and so many of us you know i feel like whenever i mentioned your mom's name anywhere and i mentioned it so often because whenever somebody asks me that dreaded question who do you read. Who's your favorite hallway. What's your favorite poem. After i of go okay you know not to ask a poet this question. I always say you know what. I'm just going to say what i always say because it's always true still clipped him all day long. That's my favorite poet. So yeah there's so many of us who feel that way. And so whenever i do say her name in those rooms if there's a lot of people in the room or in the zoom room in our new you know reality there's always this collective ooh moment right because people know people know and she's been teaching us how to know for so long teaching me. I'll bring it just to me. She's been teaching me how to know for a very long time. I know and i found her work. I was so thirsty. Just for a voice that i could see myself in you know growing up in the very eurocentric literary education system. You just don't see yourself as often as you would like and even if there are black authors taught it's not a full spectrum of us and so we're made to try to fit into the the crumbs that were given and so. When i found her work i just felt this sense of relief and like oh i can write. Right can wait for a whole year. When i was in college. I wrote without using capital letters. Because i was like. i'm going to lucille clifton. So i'm not using capital letters. She didn't he's an angel. So i will not right and so anyway. I have always thought about this idea of the permissions that we received the permissions that we give. And so i guess. I want to ask you you know how is that idea of permission. Worked in your life of course from your parents but what are ways that you try to pass that forward. Also what i think. I receiving it from my parents and especially in my mom. I think both parents walked in the world this way that they were fully themselves. They were honest and flawed and passionate and compassionate and made mistakes and fell down and got up and that didn't diminish their value as people. And i think that mom was very intentional about saying that because you know you can often sort of the way you deal with poems you can see this action and you can interpret it however you like so but being told that we had value in all of our flaws and odd mrs..

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Executives at Emergent BioSolutions Grilled at Capitol Hill Hearing

All Things Considered

00:51 sec | 6 months ago

Executives at Emergent BioSolutions Grilled at Capitol Hill Hearing

"On Capitol Hill lawmakers goat executives of Emergent Bio Solutions, the Maryland copy that ruined a batch of J and J Covert 19 vaccine this year. NPR's Sidney Lumpkin reports. The federal government gave emergent a contract last year to boost covert 19 vaccine manufacturing capacity, but so far it hasn't gone well. Well. Carolyn Maloney, a congresswoman from New York, questioned the company's CEO during a hearing Wednesday out of 628 million committed dollars of which 271 had been spent have. We've been able to get one vaccine. Yes or no, he said No. The company is still waiting for the Food and Drug Administration to allow it to begin supplying Johnson and Johnson's covert 19 vaccine. The CEO says it's made 100 million Johnson and Johnson doses that can be released when that happens. Sidney Lumpkin NPR news This

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Palmieri's OT Winner Lifts Isles by Penguins 4-3 in Game 1

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 6 months ago

Palmieri's OT Winner Lifts Isles by Penguins 4-3 in Game 1

"Kyle Palmieri second goal of the day came in overtime as the islanders open their playoff schedule with a four three comeback win at Pittsburgh the Long Island native took a pass from JG Pageau near the goal line and gave the islanders their first win in five tries to to steel city this season has your one Brock Nelson also scored to support rookie Ilya Sorokin who turned back thirty nine shots Sidney Crosby Fredrika growing Caspary Kapanen scored for the penguins Kristin Jerry made thirty seven saves in Pittsburgh's tenth loss in its last eleven postseason games I'm Dave Ferrie

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Carter Scores Career-High 4 Goals, Penguins Blast Sabres 8-4

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 7 months ago

Carter Scores Career-High 4 Goals, Penguins Blast Sabres 8-4

"In just his thirtieth game as a member of the team Pittsburgh Penguins forward Jeff Carter accomplished something the Pittsburgh captain Sidney Crosby never has Carter scored four goals as the penguins beat the Buffalo Sabres eight to four Carter who was acquired by Pittsburgh at the trade deadline has now scored eight goals with the penguins are lines start the building chemistry and get things rolling reduction right Brian dumoulin Jared McCann and Caspary cap and all found the net as Dave Crosby who has led the penguins to eight wins in their last ten games and into sole possession of first place in the east division for last place buffalo Drake Caggiula scored his second and third goals of the year Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh

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Crosby, Rust score as Penguins defeat Devils 4-2

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 7 months ago

Crosby, Rust score as Penguins defeat Devils 4-2

"The Pittsburgh Penguins got goals from four different players and thirty four saves from Casey DeSmith as they topped the New Jersey Devils forty two Jeff Carter found the net Bryan rust scored his twentieth of the season and Jared McCann October his team leading seventh power play goal of the year as Pittsburgh seized first place in the east with its third straight victory with his empty net goal late Sidney Crosby solidified his sixteenth career point per game season trailing only Wayne Gretzky and Gordie Howe in league history any time you're mentioned you know it's Corey on Wayne Gretzky that's that's pretty neat and you know it it's also a reminder of how long I've played too so that's a compliment to to be in that company Jack Hughes and miles wood scored for the devils which lost a ninth straight game Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh

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Rust's hat trick leads Penguins past Islanders 6-3

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 8 months ago

Rust's hat trick leads Penguins past Islanders 6-3

"Bryan rust registered his fourth career hat trick as the penguins doubled up the islanders six three Sidney Crosby had a goal and an assist for the pens who climbed within two points of the capitals in the aisles for the east division lead Evan Rodrigues said Frederick Gaudreau also scored and Tristan Jarry turned back twenty nine shots for Pittsburgh the penguins also ended Ilya Sorokin eight game winning streak Soroka was pulled after yielding four goals on just nine shots Matt Barr Zell Anthony Beauvillier Jordan Everly scored for the islanders who have dropped five of seven to the pens I'm Dave Ferrie

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Dominion Voting Sues Fox News Over Election Claims

Morning Edition

00:27 sec | 8 months ago

Dominion Voting Sues Fox News Over Election Claims

"Washington voting machine equipment company. Dominion Voting Systems is suing Fox News for $1.6 Billion Dominion Voting alleges the cable news out alleges the cable news outlet falsely claimed the company had helped rig the 2020 election. Dominion has already sued former President Donald Trump's personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, and Trump Allies Sidney Powell for allegedly amplifying the false claims on Fox and in other

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Dominion Voting sues Fox for $1.6B over 2020 election claims

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 8 months ago

Dominion Voting sues Fox for $1.6B over 2020 election claims

"Dominion voting is filing another billion dollar defamation lawsuit over twenty twenty election claims I'm Jennifer king with the Associated Press dominion voting systems has filed a one point six billion dollar defamation lawsuit against fox news arguing the cable news giant falsely claimed that the voting company had rigged the twenty twenty election attorney Justin Nelson says this was a conscious business decision to endorse and repeat lies in order to keep its viewership dominion was the target of bizarre claims spread by president trump and his allies in the aftermath of trump's election loss dominion is arguing that fox news amplified inaccurate assertions that dominion altered votes and sold a false story of election fraud to serve its own commercial purposes that's according to a copy of the lawsuit obtained by the Associated Press if this story sounds familiar maybe it's because dominion has already filed defamation lawsuits against my pillow guy Mike Lindell Rudy Giuliani and former trump lawyer Sidney Powell a rival voting technology company Smartmatic USA also sued fox news over election claims although their participation in the election was restricted to Los Angeles county

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Sabres' winless streak hits 15 as Penguins roll to 5-2 win

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 8 months ago

Sabres' winless streak hits 15 as Penguins roll to 5-2 win

"The sabers are thirteen and to win their last fifteen games following a five two loss to the penguins Sabres forward Victor Olofsson we're we're not working smart all the time working hard and we want to we want to show my summary sometimes a diving so there were certain Sidney Crosby netted his thirteenth goal of the season and Tristan Jarry stopped twenty six shots as Pittsburgh climbed within four points of the NHL's east division leading islanders buffalo's winless streak is a record for futility since the shootout was introduced during the two thousand five six season it's also the league's worst stretch without a victory since Arizona won fifteen games during the two thousand three oh four season I'm Dave Ferrie

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"sidney" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

03:56 min | 8 months ago

"sidney" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

"Such a great system that those pimps i mean i may have worked out from you know what i mean if we ever do. Want to go into business together. Sidney which definitely could be a possibility strip club could be one of those things that's dirty. We're not getting into that. I'm not that's that's still mob money. You go ahead and dig into that business on your and it could be royal family themed since everybody loves them so much and we could say coming up rectangle that sounds like view said you know. I think there's a niche. You know what just like you said. There are true crime. Podcast podcasts everywhere. Their strip clubs everywhere. But i don't see a single one royal family themed. sal. I feel like We'll pay sterling pounds. So we'll use the british currency the castle. It's i'm sorry really still like you have a royal family fetish. You can make the white dress up like the fucking queen every fucking saturday. Gotta call me harry. Babe called me hairy. Carry that fucking purse it right there. I try and role play like like What's his name. William where i just take off all my hair and you look on that unsavory note. I think it's a beautiful time to strip off the rest of the episode and come to an end so first off sydney. Thank you again for coming back on. Who was an absolute pleasure. Thank you thank you for having me man i like. I said you get some guests. Awesome people that. I definitely have worked with and really appreciate myself. People haven't had a chance to work with yet. But i know they're kill people through other friends so get some great guests men and you take what you're doing. I'm glad you can make time for me. So oh thank you really appreciate it. And i just wanted to ask. 'cause you gotta be stern with. The listeners sometimes repeats things. What have you got going on. What would you like to plug. Where can people fall you all that. Good stuff man. You know what. I g i if you guys could follow me and i appreciate it. S let be sidney smith creative as well again you spoke creative. See our number eight t. Iv and when you follow me. I notice follow back. Let me know if you are because you hurt me here And also check out the new podcast Dot cast in u. r. d. e. r. e. s. s. podcast. You find that where you're listening right..

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"sidney" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"sidney" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Anti fuck the black lives matter to people who threatened to burn the country down there into their way, and that's who they think would do this. And that's why they did what they did. That's my opinion. I think they chose not to go further because they knew it was right. But if they follow the constitution And then this allow these electoral votes from these states. The whole country would come and I don't think it would. Oh, I think the left would come unravel. There's no doubt about it. I also think that they were in fear of their own safety. They were afraid that they would be assassinated. If they did this, and they don't want to live like that. They want to live in constant fear of somebody's gonna be putting a bullet in their head. I'm just telling you, they don't And so they chose to take the easy way out and that actually look at the issue and decide whether had married because if you look at it, there's only one conclusion. You could come too. It's absolutely with merit. And you would have to throw out the results in those four states and they could not bring themselves to do it. So the Constitution lost in the mob one And we did not set this country up to live under mob rule, but that's where we are right now. So to Sidney Powell have anything I hope so. It sure sounds like something very shady because I'm telling you every time you and don't think I'm a conspiracy theorist, every court that's looked at this is thrown in on a technicality, not on the merits. Not one court has actually looked at the merits and went, you know? I think you're wrong about that. They have not looked at the mirror. It's they throw it out. You don't have standing. You were in the wrong chord. Your time has expired. You missed the deadline. You should have done this. You should have had Form. 23 58 slash be all sorts of things they throw out there. But not one chord. Has argued against this on the mirror. It's not even the Supreme Court. And if what Sidney Powell is saying is true. Which I have no idea whether it's true. I do know this. Sidney Powell. Has a has a stellar reputation. It's not like she's some kook out there. My understanding is she's argued a bunch of cases for the Supreme Court has something like a 70% success rate and getting things overturn. That's unheard of because most stuff does not go to three quarter get overturned. Most stuff is confirmed by the Supreme Court when it goes up. So she's got a pretty darn good track record. That doesn't mean she's right on this, but she seems to be all in on it. So whatever reputation she has She's taking it on this. I couldn't tell you if she's wrong. She's gonna be laughed out of the American Bar Association. Nobody will hire her. He's wrong on this. Which leads me to believe she's onto something. But we still got to see the proof, Sidney And I know you say you just come into possession, but I mean, we've been hearing this for a long time. He's something else If I were giving advice City Powell Would stop with the rallies. And I would stop telling folks in Georgia who were Republicans not to go vote because it doesn't count. I would stop that madness, too. And Lynn Woods. Jumping up and down on the stage, screaming and hollering with a mag ahead on does not help her cause I tell you I mean, I saw this and people saying you're gonna cover that press conference was the press conference was a circus. I'm glad I didn't cover that. I'm not doing damage. I mean, they were just screaming. And when I got there, I mean You don't need a rally. What do you expect the people to do? What you need to do is you need to go to court and win. And then everything else falls into place. You don't need to go around having rallies. And telling folks we got to get worked up. What do you want him to do? What? You're not showing him any proof yet? So you wanted to go storm the bass steel and have no proof of it. You give him the proof everything else to take care of itself. This. I can tell you. We'll be back right after this..

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"sidney" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"sidney" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Run by radio. I'm Gerry McNamara, Long with Eric Harley. So this is going to get interesting because it's now turned into a so total soap opera with Breitbart going after Linwood saying this guy's been a Democrat, his entire life and you know, you see with Sidney Powell now and you know, when is it finally going to come to a head that they're doing the opposite of what the president wants now? On one on Jordan. Oh, that They're talking that the opposite of what the president wants. You know, he wants people to go vote Republicans in Georgia and they're getting together yesterday, saying Don't vote. Yep. I mean, So how do you compartmentalize that? Where does that put Sidney Powell in the minds of those who have been critical of anybody who's criticizing or going it against the president's wishes? I mean, President Trump wants Republicans in Georgia to vote. This is about saving the Senate for the Republicans. That's his wish and and help me listen to him and helping to keep his agenda and his influence. Coming up so he hasn't given up. Well, because if they don't get the Senate If Lin Wood and Sidney Powell get their wish. And they don't get the Senate. Then the Republican the president's power and influence going forward is going to be very limited. It's going to be much more limited. He's got a loyal base. Now he needs the Republicans to get. He could use the Republicans..

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"sidney" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"sidney" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Portions of the John McCulloch Show are brought to you, in part by Trump Card what some might consider controversial statements made by Sidney Powell, a A new attorney. Resenting the interest of the president with regard to perhaps some of them or technically evasive aspects of the presidential election, and the machines used. There's some interesting developments going on there. Sidney Powell, speaking, of course about what's happening with regard to the use of certain machines by the Dominion Corporation. The people who work for them and the people who may have been influenced by the Dominion Corporation to use those machines. Their own handbook tells you that these things are features of their system. Are we supposed to think they didn't use the features? Techno. They used him. And then they used them against their own candidates. Democrats used against Bernie Sanders in 2016, and somebody even told him what had been done to him when Hillary Clinton won that primary, and he didn't and instead of standing up for the American people and the right to vote, he sold out. You're saying Dominion that the Smartmatic Dominion system was used in 2016 when Hillary beat Bernie in the primary. Yes. Wow. I don't think we heard that yet. That zone. Yeah, It's an incredible development right there. And you say he knows that Bernie Sanders knows that. Yes, the person who sent me the day that told me that they informed Bernie Sanders of all their findings, and he didn't do anything except get enough money to buy another fabulous house. Maybe they just pay Bernie off. You know, the The Communist Bernie Sanders loves Green loves profit. Loves to spend conspicuously, apparently, especially on real estate. Cindy Powell's aides of this kind of corruption. It's got increasingly more sophisticated Has anyone given you much the edge of a ballot and stick it through the machine and the ballot would be rejected. Now they can literally drag and drop hundreds of thousands of votes wherever they want him. I mean, and that's the everybody knew when they bought this system that was one of the features of the system. We've caught people lying now and saying that things that happens that brand people out of voting areas and we've got tons of evidence. I just It's so much it's hard to pull it all together. Have I mean how big of you know if if if this happened, how big of a conspiracy how many people would have had to have been in on something like this? Oh, gosh. Uh, probably thousands, including the people running the machines that each of the poem that polling centers we know, for example, that one of the higher ups of Dominion went to Detroit. The night of the election toe, handle things himself, and we also have evidence that there were any number of VPN lines open to the Internet for foreign actors to be meddling in it. Has anybody given you an explanation that that as to why they had to turn the machines off you talk about how the machines that turn? Yeah, you are. Our witness from Venezuela who saw it all created and how it worked, said that he knew as soon as the machines were turned off. In those key straight it was because we, the people in voting trump voting for Trump in a landslide election has essentially broken the algorithm that had been pre programmed into the machine, so they had to stop counting and those states and areas and Backfill the vote with fraudulent mail in ballots or whatever means they used to do it, whether they just injected numbers or trashed vote for trump otherwise and change the numbers. I don't know exactly how they did it right now and a spot but that's essentially the way it worked well. At trial, one will have to prove such grand assertions and such allegations will definitely have to be beyond the shadow of a doubt. Proven 809 239385 809 to 3 Double U D T K and The Washington Post published a story coming out of the weekend with regard to Sidney Powell and her relationship..

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"sidney" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"sidney" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

"This is going to be the highlight of that. It'll be on the clip on instagram. Saying Montage Twelve fifteen I can't wait. Well. I think we've answered those questions sufficiently. So we're arriving at the end of the podcast before we stop. Give a huge. Thank you to everybody that's listened and Sydney huge. Thank you to you as well for joining and asking I appreciate it's been. Awesome and I also wanted to ask what have you got going on. What did you got to plug? Where can people find you you buy me at my website and keep up with everything there Sidney Smith S id any Y Smith S. M., I t. h. creates a c. r. e., the number eight T I v DOT COM. So there you can keep up with everything with my social media to upcoming shows to my merch. Patriotic everything is right there Knicks Friday. I will do my I drive in show in Mesa. So if you are in, Bali come check us out. will be out there. You can get tickets at the website I discovered you Sidney Smith creative and come up. With a great lineup, we we have alley coming in from La she's been little St Lucie hitters, Russell feeders, and so forth. big is a my brother and my brothers are timely hosted out I'll be taking state so he's going to be relevant show. Twenty. Five dollars per person. But you guys go ahead and bring your food and whatever you desire to drink because not be able to get too much there to drive. But Hey, it's cheap date for you folks. Nice. Bring your own grapes and eggs. That's perfect. Now you go. There you go. You brought it back again come out. and. Then of course, and then of course, Monday, nights check out now that's debatable. Face live and then we dropped podcast every single Wednesday which you can find on apple podcasts spotify. Awesome that's great and they're gonNA be links to the show notes for all of that. So guys if you suck at spelling, you can just click on there and you can go right to the show. Yeah. Awesome. Well, thank you so much Sydney thank you everybody for listening and we'll talk to you next week. They appreciate you. Thanks for having me anytime is due to get. All right. Thanks. Bye..

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"sidney" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"sidney" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

"Hello everybody. I hope you're doing well God I feel like a robot with that. Hello. My name is Stephan. I feel no emotion and this is how I talk guys. It's not how I talk surprise surprise it Steph and everybody did I. Say that Enough Times Hey you know it is. It's Stephan and I'm coming at you with at Steamy episode Steamer just dropping it on Ya plop all man just rub yourself in it. squishy. Your toes in the hot steamy episode of Comedy Advice Podcast with a very steamy guest. No very amazing guest. This guest Sidney Smith. He's a local comedian here in Phoenix, but he's nationally touring this guy is. He's a gasp because when I read through his accomplishments and when I see everything he's done I gasp because I think Holy Shit this guy has gone through so much talk about it. We talk about how he is a super smart dude and he's so funny and he's honed his craft because he's worked he's work work work and he's grinded and so he gives me some tips for how to not be a little bitch and just get my took this out of bed and started grinding from dusk till dawn and and I just had. A great time with him and we laughed a lot. He's a very funny man. So we gave a little advice. You guys are just you just have to watch you. You had to be there. Oh, well, guess what you get to be there. I love saying that because I'm trying to explain the podcast and you're like, well, it's not that funny how he's explaining it but guess what you will be there. So just hang tight you'll be there in a segment before you do I just want to shower you guys i. hope you're dirty. No I mean I hope you're clean, but I'll shower you anyway with some compliments. Thank you. Gratitude to you because why? Because I'm grateful to have listeners on grateful because if I tell my wife that I'm speaking to myself, she's probably going to send me away and I'm going to go to a psych ward. But if I told her, I have listeners, then it becomes a podcast. So they you guys were making this a podcast if. Meghan is about if this is your first time Welcome you're in for a treat. Stay. Start giving you.

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"sidney" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

13:11 min | 1 year ago

"sidney" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Dan Jenkins all right without further ado. Michael Flynn's attorney Sidney Pal. I welcome to the Dan. Bongino show interview show as I said before looking forward to this guest Miss Sydney Powell Sydney. We've had a lot of great feedback about the unbelievable work. You've done that only for the country. But specifically for General Mike Flynn. Why believe is a political prisoner? So let me start by saying thank you there. I have a ton of questions for you. Let me just get right to it. I get this question a lot from my audience. Why did the general initially plead guilty in the case because that's the liberal response when it comes to General? Flynn they say well. He pled guilty as if we shouldn't be in any way interested about what happened to him. The setup where the framing of Mike Foot why did he plead guilty? Was a combination of of horrible things one. He was completely misinformed Important information was withheld from him by the government and then to some extent by his own counsel and ex enormous pressure was put on him to plead immediately or they would indict his son who had simply done administrative were kept this calendar things like that for. His company had no knowledge or role in any wrongdoing whatsoever. Aside from the fact there wasn't any wrongdoing whatsoever and they were just putting enormous pressure on him. He couldn't take anymore he by this time he'd had to sell his house is legal. Fees were over two million dollars. Everything I mean. It had been nine months over limitless battering in the press and by lawyers his own and the government's on Faira issues the foreign agents registration act issues as well as the reported false statements by the molar squad and he just made what he thought was the best decision for his family to simply ended. I mean if people want to know more about that. Read an article about Jed Rakoff. A federal judge in two thousand fourteen. He was a Clinton appointee. Any wrote rotweiller innocent people plead guilty. It happens with painful frequency atrocities of our criminal justice system. I'd say five to ten percent of our current prison population or innocent. Yeah and I think having been me on. The investigative side on the eighteen eleven side is a federal agent. You on the legal side. I'm very sensitive to that. The pressure to take a plea and accept responsibility and get time off on. A sentence is dramatic. If you're lawyers telling you have no chance of winning the case even if you did nothing wrong and what I find interesting about this particular case obviously and you know this better than anyone and by the way your book licensed to lie correct. I'm getting the right. You're correct. Licensed A lot. Yes is incredible and I highly recommend it folk Sydney's as some great books out there. Licensed is my personal favorite. I'm going to get into some of that later with the Obama. Fix or and everything but a you see this all the time you see people with this massive pressure and in the Flynn case. This is become politicized and what I find interesting or really terrifying about. This is when it came when it comes to case that have come a cause celebre on the left like. I bring up the Central Park Five. Didn't they at one. Point plead guilty to and in liberals like no we gotta look into some potential potential investigative seasons because this became this big case a net flicks but then when it comes to general. Flynn we're all this. Fbi Brady material comes out indicating this guy did nothing wrong frame. Nobody seems to care anymore. I know it's very disappointing. It's it's a huge tragedy for the country and our criminal justice system. If we can't trust the people who are supposed to be at the highest level of trust to enforce our laws it's hideous and yes there are hundreds of people on the national database of exonerations who entered guilty pleas the innocence project freeze people every day. Who have entered guilty pleas? It's because they are simply warn to a frazzle. Have nothing left. See No way out and if it can happen to somebody in general Flynn's position who had the support of his family and everything else imagine what the toll it takes on everybody else in society. If you've had one strike against you God forbid you are completely screwed and yes you're going to have to plead guilty or you're looking at spending the rest of your life in prison regardless of what the facts and the truth are reminds me of a friend of mine. Tom Fit in from judicial watch. Yo He says that the process is the punishment in other words. The government has unlimited resources. All it has to do is bring a case and keep the case going as it's done against the general for years eventually exhausting. The man's patients resources and health and they have unlimited resources to the general dozen. Thankfully you came into this case and turn turn things around after Covington Berlin and my humble opinion on expected to respond but they didn't absolutely awful job leader for another day. But let me ask you this. This is come up on my show off in it. I want a hat tip the great twitter researchers out there doing real journalism who've been very interested in the generals case and one of the things pointed out to me by a twitter user. Stephen McIntyre who's done some good work on everything from climate change to this case. Ironically is he looked at the three. Oh to Sydney the edited one. We still have yet to see the original. That's mysteriously disappeared but the edited three. Oh to the version. They milked and got everything they could out of it about the interview they conducted with General Flynn at the White House. What's fascinating is the word sanctions nearly absent in there. So I'm GonNa ask you this. How can general? Flynn be charged with lying about discussing sanctions with the Russians if in the FBI zone three. Oh to document. The word sanctions barely appears they talk about expulsions of Russian diplomats which is a separate issue. You can't lie about sanctions. You were never asked about right. Well yeah that's one of the issues no lawyer for General. Flynn has ever been allowed to listen to the recording of this call. With Kislyak or see the transcript and I'm convinced it's because sanctions never came up the P. and G. Persona Non Grata. That was taken in. The expulsion of the diplomats is not quote sanctions and quote sanctions were imposed later in January after these conversations so he wouldn't have been thinking of what they were talking about even as sanctions now Sydney. When when it comes to the transcript this alleged. I'm going to call it. The alleged transcript of December. Two Thousand Nine Hundred Thousand Sixteen. Call that the general had with the Russian ambassador. That's become the subject of this big legal fiasco and this joke of a case. There's some speculation. Out there that transcript. The full transcript doesn't exist that there may be technical. Kata this call. There may be some of the call but that a full transcript of this call in fact doesn't exist. Do you put any credence into that. Or do you believe there is a transcript out there. A word for word transcript and their government just refuses to turn it over a really. Don't know Dan. I mean I've seen references to a transcript but as a defense attorney particularly knowing the things I know and saw licensed to lie. I wouldn't trust Mir transcript. I'd have to listen to the entirety of the call myself to place any trust in what I was hearing. And even then I'd be suspect and certainly with respect to the transcript. Wanted to do a very careful comparison of the two and wouldn't settle for anything less than that. Yeah I think it's interesting another twitter user. The last refuge guys and I bring them up because they've actually a lot of these twitter users done better work than supposed- air quotes journalists out. There they bring up long and under under cover humor fog. I'd be lost without. Those accounts are absolutely terrific but refuge the refuge you bring up an interesting point it. It's fascinating that Susan. Rice is now publicly demanding that the transcripts of these calls you know be out in if they contain some kind of this city. This is the real information about the general selling the country. We've been promised forever. That never appears they just constantly tarnished this guy's reputation and one of the theories they have their. I'm just throwing others. The transcript doesn't exist and she's defacto throwing Komi under the bus saying that. Hey Jim you told us about this call. We took your word at it. You don't even have a transcript and that's why Susan. Rice is out there in public now saying hey we'd love to see the transcripts weaken this fault interesting theory. Yes very I mean Susan. Rice rises in this up to her balls. And Has Catherine run were representing her head Katherine Run were representing or I want to get to that because you are the specialist on the fixer. I you're in my show today or well. We taping this today on Thursday. So if you watch show twelve fifty five. Paula. Sydney's are article in. The Observer is actually reference so I wanna get to that. I got a whole series of questions on that but before I get this. Can we just put to bed? Finally this myth the General's call on the twenty nine. The twenty ninth call. It'd be precise precision matters. Here was not unmasked. I don't think the media keeps pumping this myth in the public that the call was unmasked. I believe to make it appear that it was accidental incidental collection of the general and that he wasn't hunted specifically targeted. That's nonsense Andrew. Mccabe has admitted in his own book in his own writing that they were tasked with finding that call by the staff. The presidential daily brief. So why does this unmasking myth that the general's call was unmasked and but they just accidentally found his call somehow? Why does this persist is issues? Media Man is to take the blame from Obama. Will there's some language and Comey's testimony before Congressional Committee. I think it was march. Second of twenty seventeen before he was terminated that they that the FBI people unmask him but yes they were following him comey admits that they were watching everything he did. And frankly I think the P. G. thing happened to trigger a call between him and Kislyak because they had cleared Flynn on absolutely everything they the harder they looked the less they could find anything. Except what a good man and honest man he is and how he's always done the right thing so they kept trying and trying harder and harder to find some way to set him up and frame him and so. I think they deliberately did the Peon J. for that very purpose to trigger. Because they knew it would trigger a call between Kislyak and him as the Russian ambassador and the incoming national security adviser and they watching and just money. They were watching and waiting for that Sydney. I have been this is music. That's why I was smiling when you were saying this. I have been saying this for over two and a half years a great source of mine. A long time ago queued into that that it's clear since twenty fourteen. Their targeting General Flynn. It's clear now. We already know that we know as far back as the dinner which spent Lana Cova that the Obama Administration for a variety of reasons. I'll actually get into next. Can't stand general. Flynn they don't like true tellers and patriots. That's not really the Obama Administration's thing so they're targeting him. It doesn't work. He's done nothing wrong. They've done they've done an investigation on him. A COUNTERINTELLIGENCE INVESTIGATION. They can find nothing. And I think you're right. They wait for him to leave. Its December twenty nine. Th of Twenty six thousand. He goes to the Dominican Republic Day persona non grata. They kick out Russian diplomats from Maryland and New York knowing. Of course the incoming national security adviser is they're going to reach out to him and that I agree with you a thousand percent that they framed him from the start and what critical is. Have you just want to quickly give your thoughts on this would do at that? Point December twenty two thousand sixteen the FBI already determined that this case against Flynn is nonsense. They have no derogatory information exactly. He was completely clear of anything and everything they could imagine. Do you find it odd. That as far back as two thousand fourteen there seems to be a concerted effort by powerful people in the global intelligence community. Listen I'm not one of these like a conspiracy theory guys or anything. It's just obvious that this point that someone had an interest in Mike Flynn. He goes to this dinner over in London at Cambridge. He has his innocent meeting over there with. He goes through his Co. voice in attendance and all of a sudden a couple years later allegations of some elicit affair thoroughly debunked by everybody there at any moment any credibility right. Why why why was he targeted was it? His active interest in reforming the intelligence community was that his opposition to the Iran. Deal which happened later on. I mean what made General Flynn's such a target?.

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"sidney" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"sidney" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Come to our own thoughts maybe not even a conclusion but our own thoughts as to why they didn't hand over that exculpatory evidence for all that time but it was handed over and then at that point you have new information and by the way here's another thing too the fact that it wasn't being handed over okay the plea being changed before Sidney Powell had that exculpatory evidence is reasonable why because she wants to see it knows that it's there if it does exist or whatever it might show could free her client and that's the whole that's how you do that look we're going to reverse the plea and we want that exculpatory evidence because we want to fight this someone has lost his ever loving mind it's unbelievable I mean I I honestly this is about as his law clerks need to get hold of them again like they did the day during that hearing when he was shouting treason and Michael Flynn and during the recess apparently by all accounts they are the people that were there the day got out very quickly that yeah I was apparent that his law clerks corrected him on that whole trees and things you don't know the law it's time to retire Solomon eight six six ninety right I for.

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"sidney" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

11:35 min | 1 year ago

"sidney" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"Good Morning America. This is the roundtable contacts Matiz. Here Sunday morning. What happened this this week? Well the Department of Justice the FBI hike all surrendered to Sydney Powell. Scindia's are wondering lady attorneys. I know she's former department of Justice and She represents Lead COUNSEL FOR GENERAL. Flynn to morning. said Powell. How are you this morning warning China? I'm great how are you into some job this week? surrender to you and You tell the American people Slowly step by all the wrongdoings done by certain members of the Department of Justice certain members of the FBI that shave all of us Americans and shame on them. Well I we have to thank attorney. General Bar and John Durham and his team and Mr Jensen the US attorney from Zuri that Mr Bar appointed secretly and independently apparently back in January of this year to review the Flynn foul and the prosecution by the special counsel team in particular and he has just within the last week produced to us in response to my Brady demand for sculpture Tori evidence with respect to the generals case absolutely stunning documents. That are turning the entire case and FBI upside down including the special counsel operation because now we have the evidence in their own handwriting that they were setting up General Flynn. They knew he was innocent. They had already cleared him on. January fourth of anything related to the Russia Crossfire hurricane investigation. They had completely exonerated him on that. And then all of a sudden on January fifth or so Peter Struck the FBI agent apparently at the direction of the seventh floor according to the text messages which means coming in McKay and insisted that the foul on Flynn stay open. They started what they knew was a bogus smokin act investigation as if he had done something wrong by talking to ambassador. Kislyak of a member of the presidential transition team despite the fact they had transcripts of that Those calls and they knew he had done nothing illegal. He was literally doing his job. They use that cre- tax to continue to pursue him. Most of them are the Logan Act to explain to them. The Logan Act of how often it's us. Yeah it's it's a statue over a hundred years old but no one has ever been convicted under and I think only one person was even attempted to be prosecuted under it. So it's ludicrous even to invoke it but it's supposed to prohibit individuals that are not members of the government from pretending to do anything with foreign officials on behalf of the government but of course as I said he was a member of the presidential transition team so even if the statute were valid and never been prosecuted which it's not He would have been covered under it anyway because he was doing his job. As part of member of the presidential transition team. They've made up spend millions of dollars in legal fees and they broke him and then they went after his son is that it finally got After the stroke page text messages after the news media apparently got hold of them and special counsel knew that was all going to blow up in their face. They had to fire struck at the end of July. Twenty seventeen so then all of a sudden that's when they grossly escalate their special counsel operation to try to cover for what they know is gonNA blow up in their face and that's when they go after manafort and grand scale and then start putting the pressure on. Flynn extraordinary pressure. They bring him in for a proffer and they threaten pretty soon to indict him and his son immediately. If he doesn't enter a plea of guilty he was represented by counsel under egregious conflict of interest to Covington and burling law firm which is headed by Eric holder was representing him because they had done the foreign agents registration act filing the government required of him. As soon as he got into White House he was besieged with information about that demanding bat even though that was not true either it was one false thing after the other John and it's all coming out and blowing up in their faces. I am sure now from what I'm seeing. That attorney. General Bar and Durham are going to hold people accountable because they're evidence of obstruction of justice by them of crimes like obstruction of Congress and Perjury in front of Congress. Probably false statements to federal agents themselves any number of offenses or being demonstrated by the actual documents held inside the FBI. That also means that the up beyond been sitting on this evidence that was due to General. Flynn all of this time. They knew they making up a case special counsel especially new. They were making up a case they even entered into a secret side. Deal with Flynn's council not to disclose to the court or anyone else that they had promised not to indict. His son entered the guilty that makes the plea coerced general. Flynn about that promise. But he didn't understand legal ramifications of it and the prosecution's ethical obligation to disclose that so the old for that was Eric. Holder's law firm was Rossi him by by agreeing tonight. Well it should have been disclosed. That's for sure. They knew it was a secret side deal. And they knew they were keeping it secret expressly to help the prosecution avoid. It's Brady and GIG. Leo Obligation to disclose that information to any future defendant against him general. Flynn might testify. And it was part of the cooperation agreement that was a material term of the plea agreement but it was omitted from all the documentation to keep it secret to help the prosecution now. Muller who was a very smart very nice man. I bet him before he spoke before police. Athletically New York has he got. Alzheimer's is not doing what he testified before Congress. He sounded like he knew nothing about any. Yes it seems like some urological problem has involved there for Mr Mueller but I don't know how soon that started. I mean ultimately. He's responsible for all of this because he was supervising the investigation it was supposed to be his investigation on new when he hired. Andrew Weissmann to assist with it that it was really going to be Weisman's operation and this is textbook Andrew. Weissmann dirty dirty dirty prosecution. He should be held accountable as well since he was really running the show. It's showing be misconduct after the other people all the bad apples at and I call them the bad apples at the FBI was ninety. Nine point nine percent of the FBI. I admire into Justice Department but is a few bad apples ganged up together to get general. Flynn and I mean the American people want anybody would I two of over a hundred realize what's going on now? And they want justice or the American people can have justice These people GONNA pay for this since I think they will John. Because I think attorney general bar knows it's now or never this is only gotten worse. I mean you know that I wrote my book license. The line and self published it in twenty fourteen the conduct that document and there has been going on at least two thousand one so we've got to bring it to a screeching halt now because it's only gotten worse. We cannot let people in the government get by with committing crimes that they send people good citizens to prison for. It's just completely it's backwards. The government should be held to a higher standard not a lesser one given a pass to commit crimes against the citizens. They're supposed to protect and screw over the laws they're supposed to enforce especially the Department of Justice and the FBI. Who who. I was a kid. I grew up respecting them. And looking up and A few bad apples or try to route their name and well. I'm afraid of that's more than a few bad apples. It's more widespread than anybody wants. To think about. The entire culture is going to have to be changed and and a mindset reinstated that existed in the old days that they are to do everything correctly by everyone and remember that it's the citizens of the United States that they serve not their own interests in political ambitions their own hubris their narcissism like James Comey and Andrew McCabe and Jim Baker and a bunch of other people well Sydney POW Attorney for General Flood. You do God's work and we've done clouds worked for general. Flynn and I must commend. Chew and getting justice in our country and resume me having permanent justice regardless if you're a Democrat or Republican exactly political ideology shouldn't make a difference here it's about fundamental fairness the rule of law. And do you process what every American is entitled to shouldn't be POW? Are you still so your book? Tell us about it so yeah. Licensed ally exposing corruption in the Department of Justice is available on my website at Sydney Powell Dot Com. And we're also posting. They're all the documents that the government is producing lists their attached as exhibit two motions. There's a whole Flynn page under the media tap on that website and we're also posting the briefing and so people can see everything for themselves. Do not rely on what the regular media is telling you because none of it is correct. I should be Powell. I understand you have a new book to tell US I do. It's called conviction machine. Standing up to several prosecutorial abuse Harvey Silverglate and I co authored. It Harvey if you'll recall route three felonies a day that came out about the same time. Licensed ally did so in conviction machine. We identify probably about nine major areas of government abuse in the Criminal Litigation Process and then we propose some solutions for it so I would commend to everyone's reading do address a number of issues into Flynn Litigation there because the Flynn case exemplifies every single thing wrong with our criminal justice system from why the innocent can be forced to plead guilty to things that need to be done to correct for injuries. The Brady rule false statement prosecutions recording interviews. Immunity deals and everything should be bow. Paxi so much. And let's catch up a good real sued and congratulations again. and Look forward to see you. Thank you John you to tell the family. This is the charm table. Be Right back..

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"sidney" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:46 min | 2 years ago

"sidney" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Pleasure to have our friend outstanding attorney Sidney pal with us Sydney how are you great mark thanks for having me well it's my pleasure I want you to give us an update on what's going on with the lieutenant general Michael Flynn case we have moved to withdraw his plea of guilty based on the government what amounts to a breach of contract they changed their position wanted to withdraw and have withdrawn their recommendation that he received probation they've advocated that he be put in prison and may have generally reneged on the plea agreement despite his continued cooperation and willingness to cooperate further in their case against his former business partner in the Eastern District of Virginia that they got a jury verdict him last summer but the judge threw it out but it was a insufficient case to put it mildly that's a polite way of putting it and now we have also a motion to do and judge felons court again by Friday and we filed a today a corrected version of a supplement to a motion we file last week to explain that Mister van cracked the prosecutor who lives in this case and also dropping the Eastern District of Virginia case against the former business partner had actually thought two of the board of Mister Flynn perjury and that case and effectively tried to get him to make a false statement punishable by five years in prison under one thousand and one and he knew that's exactly what he was doing because he had edited language out of the plea statement of offense more than a year earlier that would have said that Mr flan admitted following a fair statement knowing it contains false statement when Mister Flynn had the not bad and wouldn't sign that and Mr been cracked the greed and edited that language out of it and tried to get Mister Flynn and the last summer to say that he did no there were false statements in the fair falling even though he knew he did not and we also found an F. B. R. three oh to interview form of that witness the Covington lawyer who had represented Mister Flynn before saying that Mister Flynn had the the they could completely under cutting what the government wanted Mister Flynn to say now we tried on Ravel some of this yeah either way what is the judge's reaction been so far the bin well I am I am tolerating what no he completely slammed on the not enough money to pay his decision are Brady motion we still can't get the original F. B. R. three oh two in this case and now I've found a witness who says he saw the original three oh two and it said Mister Flynn was honest with the F. B. I. agents he didn't lie and that can be the only reason it's missing somebody edited that out to get to the next draft and they've deep six he wrote and I need to pay Kenyan that's a long opinion it is a very long opinion denying absolutely everything we asked for for every reason he could think of he did not of the original three oh two he did not a thing statement we know exists in the department of justice exonerating Mister Flynn of being an agent of run a lot why would this judge do this I mean if he's going to be partisan he really ought to recuse himself yeah I don't know why he did it he said he did it according to the law but you and I both know that Brady requires the government to produce all evidence of favors the defense and on top of that he's the judge who enters the standing Brady order requiring it to be produced but he essentially said because Mister Flynn was never indicted he pled guilty pursuant to a very rushed plea agreement he bought the government's argument that they had no duty to produce Brady before he was indicted and they he had new no duty to produce it after he entered a plea of guilty so there was generally no never a duty to produce that even though they knew master plan with you you can't you have to wait for all this to be completed before you can see can appeal isn't that correct yes I just want the audience to understand how this works yes these Asian go ahead right right you have to wait until he is sentenced to prison before we can appeal anything if they're ridiculous enough to go that far after new motions that were filing next week or supplemental briefs on the withdrawal because we've got reason I'm standing a reason to withdraw this guilty plea this prosecution is being handled at a what office out of the disk the US attorney for the district of Columbia Jesse Lou the same one who led off the or wan brothers and Mister wolf with a slap on the wrist and and here is a band practice leading the prosecution and of course he was on Mahler's special counsel operation working under Andrew Weissmann is what I would call a life and want to be but ultimately the US attorney's office reports to the Attorney General United States yeah then it was nominated and put in that position by the president who can fire them at will but I mean the president is a gimmick interference fire the US attorney at well over something like this I can't think of a single president who would do this however he does have a chain of of hierarchy that chain of hierarchy goes to the office of the US attorneys at the justice department goes to the criminal division it goes up to the deputy Attorney General the United States and to the Attorney General United States correct and and yes and Mister van crack works in the fair a division of the national security division I believe of DOJ so I similar where this case you've got a lot of publicity right well they ought to be aware of my filing today that explains how Mister van crack that tempted to born perjury and procure false statement from Mister Flynn while he held evidence to the contrary in an F. B. I. three oh two of the live Covington lawyers and I was so self it made to the plea agreement well you really are caught in the Kaski S. situation arch it's unbelievable mark I have never seen such a travesty of justice and my entire multi decade law practice and hundreds.

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"sidney" Discussed on DivaSpeaks

DivaSpeaks

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"sidney" Discussed on DivaSpeaks

"A lot of black women being to stay in in situations just to say they have somebody. I wasn't GonNa go there yes to be able abled to say I have a man I do know. Even though it's never urban something that I've done personally hand friend Sidney associates say out. Just go ahead and go from Juggler and say adverse adverse who put up with everything that you can imagine and think of and everything in between but their comeback long way. Well at least I got okay so here we go. It's almost as resist. This person has not only spoil the relationship by fidelity but I WANNA walk. Yeah and I'm only talking from a woman's perspective so we're out in the world on we meet a guy. The Guy Meets a woman woman. You date you fall and this person is just captivating debating charismatic. I mean Oh my God I love so much all my goodness and things of good.

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"sidney" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

08:24 min | 2 years ago

"sidney" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"Good Morning America. This is the cats roundtable sean. Cats petits here Sunday morning. What is going on in Washington on all these reports? It's coming out. Well we had inspector general's report. What does it really say? Well I have one of the smartest ladies I know in Washington said Eddie Powell. She's a former federal prosecutor. She was General Flynn's lawyer and now famous author with a book license listens to lie exposing corruption and the Department of Justice are good morning. Send Me Power. How are you this morning warning John? I'm great how are you you. I'm pretty good to Sunday morning. This is inspected journals report disappointed. A lot of people made other people happy. What's that's the truth? The truth is that reveals a lot of very painful facts about a port practices and the Department of Justice and especially especially in the FBI with respect to their failures to disclose information that is favorable to any defendant in the course of these investigations associations and they're five abuses the way they lied to the Pfizer Court. I mean the report documents abject lies to the five court falsification of a important document by an FBI attorney who was also assigned to the MOWER team. I mean just just remarkable and painful now seasons misfeasance by multiple agents and lawyers in the FBI title things that were not reported to the Department of Justice or to the vice a court at certainly should have been. I don't see anybody really angry in Washington we day expecting it or the people. Don't get angry in Washington. Tell me what your feelings. Oh I think there there are plenty of people that that are very angry about it They have respect for inspector. General Horowitz. And I think that's why the hearing was civil well as it should have been yes. I think there are a lot of people that are very angry about what has gone on here and it still remains to be seen what attorney of. US Attorney John Durham. It's finding in his criminal. Investigation wanted to be important. Things to remember is that the inspector general is really an internal internal auditor for the Department of Justice. He looks at an essentially. Has a checklist to put department. Policies are and whether the conduct he reviews you met the standards of policies and then any number of instances here he found that there were no policies and there should be frankly one of the reasons there were no policies is because nobody should have ever done this. I mean you shouldn't have to tell the FBI not to try to run confidential human sources against presidential presidential candidates of the opposition political party. That just ought to kind of you know be common sense that you would consult with Department of Justice before considering or anything like that but of course most of us who have studied this for a while realized that that's exactly what they wanted to do. It was as a result driven operation. And that's why it was conducted the way it was remains to be seen. What other evidence exists that supports that but It sounds like from what the Attorney General Bar said and Mr. Durham said that. They've already found a lot and another thing about the inspector general's report is he can't look at other agencies except to the in those other agencies provided information to the Department of Justice like apparently the CIA did with respect to Carter page. He can't subpoena documents from other agencies or interview people. At other agencies another notable important fact is Mr Comey coming refused to have his security clearance. We instigated so that he could be confronted with certain documents so he was able to shield himself for me. And having there's recollection reflect refresh on certain issues by saying he didn't have a clearance. They offered him to providing one for just a day even to do that and and he declined unbelievable but a lot of unbelievable things happening in Washington now the time that's very very quiet is The FBI director. Ray Yeah since his response was very disappointing. I mean somebody needs to go into the FBI. I in turn it upside down. Shake it out well. I think you're right because I believe that ninety nine point nine percent of the FBI is good. Hardworking working agents In Great Americans and and we just happen to have a few. I guess rotten apples. I think the problem may be more widespread lots spread than that from from what I'm seeing in this report and combing McCabe and Muller had long standing influence in the FBI and they all nope chose people of the same ilk so the entire culture needs to be reset. What did you see changes happen? Did it happen under President Obama to happen under President Bush. I think it's been going on for a long time a very long time and it's only gotten worse because no one has ever been held accountable. It's simply not gonNA improve until people realizes real consequences took winces for their outrageous actions. The thing's true for prosecutorial misconduct and the Department of Justice. There's simply no consequences for any of these people. Even when they intentionally on evidence which should be obstruction of justice when they intentionally falsified documents which is definitely obstruction of justice. Nobody's nothing's happened any of them. They can wider the inspector general which is a federal crime and not be prosecuted. That's happened with any number of people within the Department of Justice at the FBI. That's unacceptable if they're going to hold private citizens to those standards they need to be held to those standards and sales at a minimum. They ought to be held to higher standards when they're imbued with the trust of the public and the power of the MIT of the federal government of the United States as a former prosecutor knowing what Connecticut Attorney General has said John. John Durum any gut feeling what he thinks he has. I think there will be some indictments within the next few months. I think there has to be not the least of which will be Mr. Kevin Kline Smelt the former. FBI lawyer Royer who altered a document and completely falsified it with respect to Carter page now. Is He The US Attorney Durum. Does he work closely with the Attorney General Bar. That's the way it works in federal government Normally they would not be we all that close. Although there's certainly you know in conversation but I would guess given the importance of this investigation and the fact we know. They've made several overseas. Are you strips together that they are communicating quite regularly but maybe if he wanted to indict X. Y. Z.. Does your permission from. Aw I wouldn't think so necessarily but I would guess given the level of importance of this case he would certainly keep him informed of those developments As anything else you want to tell the American people this morning well general. Flynn certainly appreciate. Everyone's prayers cards and notes and their contributions is to be Mike. Flynn Defence Fund Dot Org. It's been keeping US going. We're making a lot of progress and their dramatic revelations in the Inspector Inspector General's report that will be briefed on me sometime in the near future and remind people about your book. It's licensed to lie. I exposing corruption and the Department of Justice it's available at Sydney Powell Dot Com S. I. D. N. E. Y. W. E. L. L. and they're autographed copies copies available there as well. It's a true story.

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"sidney" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"sidney" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Absolute Sidney Dorsey is a where is he now Dorsey was the first African American sheriff of the cap county that land from nineteen ninety six to two thousand when he ran for reelection in two thousand he was defeated by Derwin brown Sidney Dorsey then arrange for the assassination of his opponent by deputy will brown was then murdered in Sidney Dorsey was sentenced to life without parole her twins recommendation we looked in the Sunni Dorsey's involvement in re opening Wayne's case over the years you've been quoted by news sources including the Atlanta journal constitution advocating for ways innocent we decided to write Sidney Dorsey a letter in prison we haven't heard back yet here's a tender little tale fresh from the trail about a cowboy fell in love with a cow girl named Dale it was love at first sight that's what they said this week something sure went to their heads they walked and talked and shot the breeze held hands and kissed under the trees then the cow girl whispered let's get some food so they rode on to a place that looked good found a Roy Rogers restaurant just around the band cowboys said wasn't Royce some kind of legend Calabro said works for me how about you cow boy smiled I like it too folks of Roy said they're happy dues y'all sit right down here Buckaroos before too long they were feeling at home cowboys said a lot better than where the buffalo roam three piece combo is a tasty surprise new chicken tenders soft drinks and fries each big tender was specially chosen the chicken was hand breaded fresh never frozen when they had their fill they said their goodbyes cowboys said we'll be back there's lots more to try folks at Royce.

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