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Vindman retiring from Army, lawyer blames Trump

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Vindman retiring from Army, lawyer blames Trump

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Trump ups pressure for schools to reopen

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00:41 sec | Last month

Trump ups pressure for schools to reopen

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US hits 3 million positive virus tests

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

US hits 3 million positive virus tests

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United sending layoff notices to nearly half of US employees

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00:49 sec | Last month

United sending layoff notices to nearly half of US employees

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Germany laments US exit from WHO, says EU seeks to reform it

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00:43 sec | Last month

Germany laments US exit from WHO, says EU seeks to reform it

"Italy Harvard in president Germany's one and of trump its MIT health is final urging is minister demanding rulings sued the European to schools of block has this Commission expressed term reopen the trump administration concern the Supreme to this develop fall Court better and from is over barring siding is threatening the coordinated formal with international the trump federal U. administration S. measures students notification action to from prevent in against staying a birth passengers those control in the of that U. its cakes with stay S. withdrawal corona closed virus if the they from take affordable the World classes the writing Care yesterday Health entirely Act Organization in the requires the president E. U. online insisted most employers this the yes students fall call provide mom comes need off to women be back to the at with says lawsuit least in no classes the thirty cost notification seeks six to prevent birth it's control federal time of out to immigration the of do dural as two it a preventive seventy this authorities morning four is service a from step passengers he enforcing tweets back the the the administration's may on rule international the flight cut the university off from been Bangladesh funding cooperation letting say more the if directive employers not open tested violates and who Europe positive cite without would the a religious administrative upon immediately work arrival to or reform procedures saying moral in Rome what act objection the funding UN because opt health now he'd officials out agency cut Italy off failed for health lower to under the offer comments minister courts what a epitomize reasonable authority blocked for better the basis Esperanza rules concerns changes the president's justifying in Europe but been is proposing saying the High the policy Court without over evidence has new the WHO's ruled and because Democrats request seven the public largest to precautionary was are keeping not the given contributor schools administration measures notice closed to comment in acted a to preparing letter score properly political I to to pull the just European notified out points following Commission colleges the before government's the of trump Monday the the estimated health election administration's that international the changes it and to complains be not suspended students because would cause of will virus flights about that be the forced agency from seventy risks Bangladesh to thousand leave too on the he's Tuesday US readily women arguing to or accepted lose transfer nations birth after to control like China's the another passengers Germany coverage college explanations on and in Monday's a year if Norway flight their schools of have tested its and operate reopened at most positive entirely handling schools one with another online hundred of no the twenty cluster clone this problems six fall of ours linked thousand new pieces to Spahn a returning will sabar not has soccer posted be Bangladeshi mag issued on make ani Twitter to students ani worker Washington Washington more at those now schools global comes and cooperation others around at a dozen universities not less cases offering outside is needed a mix Rome of online to fight pandemics I'm and in Charles person the classes last I'm Charles month will the be last barred month from taking all of their classes online Harvard president Lawrence back out says the order was cruelty is surpassed only by its recklessness I'm Julie Walker

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Germany laments US exit from WHO, says EU seeks to reform it

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00:43 sec | Last month

Germany laments US exit from WHO, says EU seeks to reform it

"Germany's health minister has expressed concern over the formal U. S. notification of its withdrawal from the World Health Organization yes mom says the notification of the dural is a step back the international cooperation and Europe would work to reform the UN health agency the comments epitomize concerns in Europe over the WHO's largest contributor preparing to pull out following the trump administration's complains that the agency too readily accepted China's explanations of its handling of the clone of ours Spahn has posted on Twitter more global cooperation not less is needed to fight pandemics I'm Charles the last month

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Germany warns of tourism risks ahead of border reopening

Hidden Brain

00:54 sec | Last month

Germany warns of tourism risks ahead of border reopening

"In Germany tourists are welcome again as the government eases pandemic border restrictions and lift its travel warning for Germans wishing to travel abroad within the E. U. they're still concerned about vacation travel as many calls and reports Angela Merkel's chief of staff help uptown is warning that summer tourism could negatively impacts the infection rates adding message may result in another nation wide lockdown brown's comments echo epidemiologists concerns about his second wave federal health minister Jens Spahn is also urging Germans to be cautious about vacationing this year but says that the new tracing expected to launch this week should help mitigate the risks German politicians and epidemiologists alike have expressed doubt as to whether enough people will download and use the app in a country where data privacy is

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New York Stock Exchange Set To Open Trading Floor Tuesday For First Time Since March 23

Chris Plante

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

New York Stock Exchange Set To Open Trading Floor Tuesday For First Time Since March 23

"The trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange back open for the first time in two months applause and cheers rose from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange for the first time since March governor Andrew Cuomo rang the opening bell to start the trading day traders had been banned from the floor due to the corona virus pandemic the stock exchange took their temperature and have them fill out a medical questionnaire before entering the building are Spahn and Steve Kassebaum at this hour the Dow is up six hundred eleven points the S. and P. five hundred up fifty three the nasdaq up eighty

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Stores Start to Reopen in Germany After Coronavirus Lockdown

BBC Newshour

07:48 min | 3 months ago

Stores Start to Reopen in Germany After Coronavirus Lockdown

"Germany first where the health minister said on Friday that the virus was under control the country has re opened small shops call dealerships and bicycle stores in a tentative easing of the coronavirus lockdown imposed needy a month ago the authorities there say they have flattened the curve of new infections and they had got the spread on the control while stumbling correspondent Jenny hill well the German public think of this latest move broadly speaking the public have I've been saying in public surveys that they actually considered the meltdown measures to be ready rather appropriate and the government is taking this is cautiously as they possibly can and this is a regional difference each of the sixteen German states takes a different view on how and when it's implementing the relaxation of these measures so it is a bit of a mixed picture it's worth noting though that at the same time as the measures all being relaxed the government has is saying that it's up to its testing capacity that capacity is now something like seven hundred and thirty thousand tests a week is also focusing on so called contact tracing making sure that for every infected person the potential chains of infection all kept on top of the people are identified and then isolated on the government is now strongly recommending that people with a small six when they go into shops or use public transport in fact some states here now making Amanda tree is it your view is it possible to even assess this the the general public all as cautious as the chancellor is that it's unlikely that this very slow small easing off the lockdown might resulting in people just thinking oh well this is the beginning of us going back to before coronavirus I think it's really hard to generalize I'm you know you can point to some of these surveys and polls which have suggested that the public have largely been behind the government on this and you know you can look at miss my I have tons of Merkel's approval ratings which are very high that's perhaps an indication unobtrusively when you go out and about you see some people flouting the rules it's my experience that you see the vast majority actually being ready rather Kathlyn and sticking to them and again I can only point back to polls which is suggested that you know the vast majority of people here have been extremely concerned about the risk to their own health and to what that might do to the country's health service and when it comes to the way in which Germany is attempting to mitigate the risks because any easing of a lockdown carries risks with it beyond testing what else contact tracing is really important I've just actually being this morning speaking to somebody from one of the by then health agencies he's responsible for making sure that every time someone is infected that they can contact everyone with him this individual might have come into contact before they then began to show symptoms you can imagine the challenge that that poses on the using medical students such as volunteers to start ringing people up to try to tell them that they may have been infected that's a big job and there are several apps and in development at the moment none of them are ready and it could be at least a month before anything is actually ready to go it was a correspondent Jenny hill speaking to me a short time ago before we came on and I spoke to doctor who's a young since he is president of the German into disciplinary association of critical care and emergency medicine what was his view of this tentative easing of the lockdown I think it was very corrects to do the measures up to date on the other hand we see at the moment we have enough capacity in Germany in the hospitals and ambulatory system to cover the actual situations and we think that him to go on like this like the German government now does it it's seems correct but we will have a very close look to the infectious situation in the next days and weeks so we can immediately switch back and we would images switch back to deuce that Cohen time as it was before how long for a small you think Germany has done so particularly well as compared with other European countries and even the United States there's a good question is easily answered a thing in Germany and I I was I was I also the people in Australia they have the same phenomenon that the inspectors raises quite similar and the death rate is quite similar very low compound to all the European countries I think both health systems I have a lot of hospital beds and we enjoyed many have really a lot also I assume beds per hundred thousand capital at the moment we have an intensive registry of from the German into a cessation of intensive commencing at this day we have nearly thirty thousand I see beds available and twelve thousand I see but it's free at the moment this is one point the other point is that our ambulatory system in Germany that means the GPS they did a lot of testing in the beginning nearly fifty five percent of all testing falls off calls to well done by the general practitioners so a one of the possible infected persons and proven and section where putting choir intends very early in the cause of the disease so these people couldn't infect other people's I think that's very important measure to do a lot of testings very early in the beginning and but that was well done in Austria and that was very good on and and South Korea let's talk in in a little more detail about the testing you point out how important testing walls just outlawing forest the thinking the rational early on in Germany for the importance of testing at the moment do about three in the four hundred to five hundred thousand tests per week and they did it very early in the beginning if you have a person with symptoms which may lead to point at south coast to infection all right you have a person who had close contact about ten to fifteen minutes face to face contact to person proven with proven saas cough to infection than these that person's community all the tests and they were put in quarantine and this moment that's a very important measures to do testing and we will do testing the people when we go on testing the people now we don't stop with it how would you assess the the the leadership in all of this many people have commented on the chancellor Angela Merkel leading from the front with real confidence do you attribute to the success in Germany to the way in which she has handled the crisis this is really one of the cornerstones also the manager and chancellor Angela Merkel's she didn't just stop with her leadership in the beginning first it was the health minister Jens Spahn who it did a very good job until now he did a lot of communication and he managed a lot of very important measures over the time and then chancellor to overtake the leadership and the moment when we saw that the disease is spreading through the country she was very calm confident in what you said and she was very cautious I think that was quite good and she didn't serve talk in in a way people do not understand she said we do this and we will manage it and I think she did a really good job and when you look to Great Britain when I when I remember that your prime minister went into the hospital is and and shake hand with covered nineteen patients I think that's that doesn't is a good example of hold political leaders should demonstrate what is sauce cough to infection does ask off to infections quite infectious and in the end your prominence ended up with the confidant and

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"spahn" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:02 min | 3 months ago

"spahn" Discussed on WTOP

"Yesterday corona virus re Spahn's coordinator Dr Dr Deborah Burks said social distancing guidelines have made a big difference in how effectively hospitals have been able to respond this is nothing we had ever attempted to do as a nation and the world hadn't attempted to do but they were able to decrease the number of cases so that in general most of the major areas never had an issue of complete crisis care because of all of their hospitals in the region here in the district mayor Muriel Bowser says the DC convention center will be used for overflow patient care if needed though the goal is not to need it public schools in Maryland will stay closed through at least may fifteenth DC public school buildings and public charter schools will stay closed for the rest of the year and students will continue virtual classes through may twenty ninth it's three twenty two protesters hit the streets in Annapolis yesterday demanding governor Larry Hogan re open all businesses in the state heads up drivers this story contains sounds of car horns honking hundreds of cars streamed into downtown Annapolis many waving American in trump's flags with sites honking as traffic moved at a crawl the protest was organized by real open Maryland Robert by tech is a resident here allows liquor stores to be open and yet we cannot go to our churches he says all businesses are essential and sees the current shut down as an infringement on his rights I work every day in other people's organizers are urging the governor to re open businesses churches in schools stressing that there are other ways to safely social distance schools are expected to remain closed in Maryland through may fifteenth Alyssa Howell WTOP news president trump is sparring with some governors over how and when to reopen their states as protesters in.

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Germany's coronavirus outbreak 'manageable again' as infection rate falls

BBC Newshour

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

Germany's coronavirus outbreak 'manageable again' as infection rate falls

"The German health minister has declared to the country's cave eight nineteen L. break under control after a decline in the infection rate against bombs at the number of recovered patients was now consistently higher than the number of new infections said the lockdown had been successful from Berlin his Jenny hill Jens Spahn has cause for optimism Germany's daily infection rate to salute hospitals have beds to spare and crucially the so called reproduction rate of the virus has fallen to below one meaning that every person known to have it is infecting less than one other person Germany is G. to slowly relax restrictions on daily life next week still scientists and politicians urge caution the number of deaths is rising as is the number of infected healthcare workers Mr Spahn said that by August German companies would produce up to fifty million face masks a week for health care

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Germany′s coronavirus cases almost double

Inside Europe

00:35 sec | 5 months ago

Germany′s coronavirus cases almost double

"Germany has registered one of the highest numbers of confirmed cases of coronavirus here in Europe the code nineteen disease is spreading rapidly on a daily basis health minister Jens Spahn said the infection had yet to reach its peak in Germany and that the health of the population took precedence over economic interests the world's biggest travel trade fair the R. G. B. which was due to be held in Berlin this week was canceled due to the outbreak more than ten thousand exhibitors from around a hundred and eighty countries would do to have attended

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Coronavirus prompts worries about  international cruise ships

Rush Limbaugh

00:30 sec | 6 months ago

Coronavirus prompts worries about international cruise ships

"Thousands remain trapped on board three cruise ships containing confirmed cases of coronavirus Holland America's western dam is floating out in the East China Sea after being denied docking in both Japan and Taiwan the world dream cruises docked in Hong Kong with passengers quarantine on board since Wednesday and princess cruise lines the diamond princess is docked in Tokyo all three ships carrying Americans and Americans who have been diagnosed with a coronavirus they shipped a quarter likens the diamond princess to a contaminated pris horse Spahn and

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"spahn" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:18 min | 6 months ago

"spahn" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Get a bipartisan it says that the FISA process this secret court which must be used for foreigners to Spahn foreigners is never used again on a political campaign I don't care if you think the Democrats are in cahoots with the Russians are Ukrainians go to a real judge with an adviser a process where everybody gets a lawyer you can do it in private that judges can meet in private let's go to a real federal court not a secret court there is a rubber stamp it took five to two years after Devin newness telling them what was going on they would never admit it they finally have admitted it and the person that they they have appointed to investigate themselves is an apologist for the files record it's not something that will really try very hard so I don't think files of course your secret courts should ever be used to investigate a political campaign of any party either an appetite among fellow senators to get red I mean it the FISA I think part of it comes up for renewal in another month from now is there an appetite there to do as I've written in columns it's time to get rid of the FISA court yeah I'm with you I've talked to the president a lot about this I think the president's definitely for reforms my fears will come up is some fake reforms so they'll go part way but they won't fix the whole thing and then you have to read the small print because sometimes things look like reform appear in in the small print they can make it worse or the status quo lives on the bottom line is there a lot of people who used to support the FISA court have now see now it's been abused and my point is this I don't really care so much there are not constitutional rights if you live in Libya for us to drop on your phone conversation I'm fine with that but the thing is if you are an American talking to someone overseas if you're American it gets caught up in these vast databases we should let someone like Peter Strock type your name man because you happen to be a Republican or a trump supporter type your name in and research your background a listener conversations you should always have to get a warrant from a real court a public article three court if you want to do anything about searching Americans records and none of the stuff that's obtained through this surveillance courts which do not adhere to a constitutional standard should ever be used against American in any court and so that those are things that are reforms that we really could have and whether we get rid of the FISA court or not you know I'd be for it I don't know if they're the votes for it but at the very least Americans should be protected and nothing that is gathered without a real warrant from a real court should ever be used against an American all right senator rand Paul of Kentucky thank you very much for stepping outside the Senate chamber to talk with us per share to thanks all right we're gonna pause take a quick break we'll be right back we'll have more of your telephone calls coming up on the Sean Hannity show I'm Gregg Jarrett job America show news radio twelve hundred W. away you know computer systems in cars electronically controlled transmissions touch.

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"spahn" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:18 min | 6 months ago

"spahn" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Secret court which must be used for foreigners to Spahn foreigners is never used again on a political campaign I don't care if you think the Democrats are in cahoots with the Russians or Ukrainians go to a real judge with an adviser process where everybody gets a lawyer you can do it in private that judges can meet in private let's go to a real federal court not a secret court there is a rubber stamp it took five to two years after Devin newness telling them what was going on they would never admit it they finally have admitted it and the person that that they have appointed to investigate themselves is an apologist for the FISA court it's not something that will really try very hard so I don't think pause record your secret courts should ever be used to investigate a political campaign of any party each is there an appetite among fellow senators to get red I mean it the FISA I think part of it comes up for renewal in another month from now is there an appetite there to do as I've written columns it's time to get rid of the FISA court yeah I'm with you I've talked to the president a lot about this I think the president's definitely for reforms my fear as well come up is some fake reforms so they'll go part way but they won't fix the whole thing and then you have to read the small print because sometimes things look like reform appear in in the small print they can make it worse or the status quo lives on the bottom line is there a lot of people who used to support the FISA court have now see now it's been abused and my point is this I don't really care so much there are not constitutional rights if you live in Libya for us to drop when your phone conversation I'm fine with that but the thing is if you are an American talking to someone overseas if you're American it gets caught up in these vast databases we should let someone like Peter Strock type your name man because you happen to be a Republican or a trump supporter type your name in and research your background a listener conversation you should always have to get a warrant from a real court a public article three court if you want to do anything about searching Americans records and none of the stuff that's obtained through the surveillance courts which do not adhere to a constitutional standard should ever be used against American in any court and so that those are things that are reforms that we really could have and whether we get rid of the FISA court or not you know I'd be for it I don't know if they're the votes for it but at the very least American should be protected and nothing that is gathered without a real warrant from a real court should ever be used against an American all right senator rand Paul of Kentucky thank you very much for stepping outside the Senate chamber to talk with us per share thanks very all right we're gonna pause take a quick break we'll be right back we'll have more of your telephone calls coming up on the Sean Hannity show I'm Gregg Jarrett bringing jobs back to America and getting your show you can't battle common sense Sean Hannity's on K. N. S. T. you know computer systems in cars electronically controlled transmissions touch screen displays dozens of sensors you don't.

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"spahn" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:19 min | 6 months ago

"spahn" Discussed on KTRH

"That the five the process this secret court it's supposed to be used for foreigners to Spahn foreigners is never used again on a political campaign I don't care if you think the Democrats are in cahoots with the Russians or Ukrainians go to a real judge it with an adviser process where everybody gets a lawyer you can do it in private that judges can meet in private let's go to a real federal court not a secret court that is a rubber stamp it took five to two years after Devin newness telling them what was going on they would never admit it they finally have admitted it and the person that that they have appointed to investigate themselves is an apologist for the files record it's not something that will really try very hard so I don't think files records or seek records should ever be used to investigate a political campaign of any party either is there an appetite among fellow senators to get red I mean it the FISA I think part of it comes up for renewal in another month from now is there an appetite there to do as I've written in columns it's time to get rid of the FISA court yeah I'm with you I've talked to the president a lot about this I think the president's definitely for reforms my fears will come up is some fake reforms so they'll go part way but they won't fix the whole thing and then you have to read the small print because sometimes things look like reform appear in in the small print they can make it worse or the status quo lives on the bottom line is a lot of people who used to support the FISA court have now see now it's been abused and my point is this I don't really care so much there are not constitutional rights if you live in Libya for us to drop on your phone conversation I'm fine with that but the thing is if you are an American talking to someone overseas if you're American it gets caught up in these vast databases we should let someone like Peter Strock type your name man because you happen to be a Republican or a trump supporter type your name in and research your background a listener conversations you should always have to get a warrant from a real court a public article three court if you want to do anything about searching Americans records and none of the stuff that's obtained through the surveillance courts which do not adhere to a constitutional standard should ever be used against American in any court and so that those are things that are reforms that we really could have and whether we get rid of the FISA court or not you know I'd be for it I don't know if they're the votes for it but at the very least Americans should be protected and nothing that is gathered without a real war from a real court should ever be used against an American all right senator rand Paul of Kentucky thank you very much for stepping outside the Senate chamber to talk with us per share to thanks very all right we're gonna pause take a quick break we'll be right back we'll have more of your telephone calls coming up on the Sean Hannity show I'm Gregg Jarrett bringing jobs back to America and getting your show you know computer systems in cars electronically controlled transmissions touch screen displays thousands of.

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"spahn" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

03:22 min | 6 months ago

"spahn" Discussed on KNSS

"Get a bipartisan that says that the size of process this secret court which must be used for foreigners to Spahn foreigners is never used again on a political campaign I don't care if you think the Democrats are in cahoots with the Russians or Ukrainians go to a real judge with an adviser process where everybody gets a lawyer you can do it in private that judges can meet in private let's go to a real federal court not a secret court that is a rubber stamp it took five to two years after Devin newness telling them what was going on they would never admit it they finally have admitted it and the person that that they have appointed to investigate themselves is an apologist for the FISA court it's not something that will really try very hard so I don't think pause record your secret courts should ever be used to investigate a political campaign of any party E. is there an appetite among fellow senators to get red I mean it the FISA I think part of it comes up for renewal in another month from now is there an appetite there to do as I've written columns it's time to get rid of the FISA court yeah I'm with you I've talked to the president a lot about this I think the president's definitely for reforms my fears will come up is some fake reforms so they'll go part way but they won't fix the whole thing and then you have to read the small print because sometimes things look like reform appear in in the small print they can make it worse or the status quo lives on the bottom line is there a lot of people who used to support the FISA court have now see now it's been abused and my point is this I don't really care so much there are not constitutional rights if you live in Libya for us to drop when your phone conversation I'm fine with that but the thing is if you are an American talking to someone overseas if you're American it gets caught up in these vast databases we should let someone like Peter Strock type your name in because you happen to be a Republican or a trump supporter type your name in and research your background a listener conversations you should always have to get a warrant from a real court a public article three court if you want to do anything about searching Americans records and none of the stuff that's obtained through the surveillance courts which do not adhere to a constitutional standard should ever be used against American in any court and so that those are things that are reforms that we really could have and whether we get rid of the FISA court or not you know I'd be for it I don't know if they're the votes for it but at the very least Americans should be protected and nothing that is gathered without a real warrant from a real court should ever be used against an American all right senator rand Paul of Kentucky thank you very much for stepping outside the Senate chamber to talk with us Pritchard all right we're gonna pause take a quick break we'll be right back we'll have more of your telephone calls coming up on the Sean Hannity show I'm Gregg Jarrett bringing jobs back to America and getting show it's mostly sunny forty nine degrees at ninety eight seven and thirteen thirty eight am FM you know computer systems in cars electronically controlled transmissions touch screen displays dozens of sensors you don't all of this advanced tech.

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"spahn" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

03:28 min | 6 months ago

"spahn" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

"Is the process this secret court which must be used for foreigners to Spahn foreigners is never used again on a political campaign I don't care if you think the Democrats are into who with the Russians all Ukrainians go to a real judge it with an adviser process where everybody gets a lawyer you can do it in private to judges can meet in private let's go to a real federal court not a secret court there is a rubber stamp it took five to two years after Devin newness telling them what was going on they would never admit it they finally have admitted it and the person that they they have appointed to investigate themselves is an apologist for the FISA court it's not something that will really try very hard so I don't think files of course your secret courts should ever be used to investigate a political campaign of any party ET is there an appetite among fellow senators to get red I mean it the FISA I think part of it comes up for renewal in another month from now is there an appetite there to do as I've written columns it's time to get rid of the FISA court yeah I'm with you I've talked to the president a lot about this I think the president's definitely for reforms my fear as well come up is some fake reforms so they'll go part way but they won't fix the whole thing and then you have to read the small print because sometimes things look like reform up here in in the small print they can make it worse or the status quo lives on the bottom line is there a lot of people who used to support the FISA court have now see now it's been abused and my point is this I don't really care so much there are not constitutional rights if you live in Libya for us leave drop when your phone conversation I'm fine with that but the thing is if you are an American talking to someone overseas if you're American it gets caught up in these vast databases we should let someone like Peter Strock type your name man because you happen to be a Republican or a trump supporter type your name in and research your background a listener conversations you should always have to get a warrant from a real court a public article three court if you want to do anything about searching Americans records and none of the stuff that's obtained through the surveillance courts which do not adhere to a constitutional standard should ever be used against American in any court and so that those are things that are reforms that we really could have and whether we get rid of the FISA court or not you know I'd be for it I don't know if they're the votes for it but at the very least American should be protected and nothing that is gathered without a real war from a real court should ever be used against an American all right senator rand Paul of Kentucky thank you very much for stepping outside the Senate chamber to talk with us per share to thanks very all right we're gonna pause take a quick break we'll be right back we'll have more of your telephone calls coming up on the Sean Hannity show I'm Gregg Jarrett bringing jobs back to America show you know computer hiring can be challenging but ziprecruiter makes it fast and easy we talked to see deal in this way we needed to hire director of coffee for his company cafe altura we would look through lots of applications for people who are not qualified it definitely felt like we were looking for.

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"spahn" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:53 min | 6 months ago

"spahn" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"The FISA process this secret court which must be used for foreigners to Spahn foreigners is never used again on a political campaign I don't care if you think the Democrats are into who with the Russians are Ukrainians go to a real judge it with an adviser process where everybody gets a lawyer you can do it in private that judges can meet in private let's go to a real federal court not a secret court there is a rubber stamp it took five to two years after Devin newness telling them what was going on they would never admit it they finally have admitted it and the person that they they have appointed to investigate themselves is an apologist for the FISA court it's not some it will really try very hard so I don't think files of course your secret courts should ever be used to investigate a political campaign of any party each is there an appetite among fellow senators to get red I mean it the FISA I think part of it comes up for renewal in another month from now is there an appetite there to do as I've written columns it's time to get rid of the FISA court yeah I'm with you I've talked to the president a lot about this I think the president's definitely for reforms my dear as well come up is some fake reforms so they'll go part way but they won't fix the whole thing and then you have to read the small print because sometimes things look like reform appear in in the small print they can make it worse or the status quo lives on the bottom line is a lot of people who used to support the FISA court have now see now it's been abused and my point is this I don't really care so much there are not constitutional rights if you live in Libya for us to drop on your phone conversation I'm fine with that but the thing is if you are an American talking to someone overseas if you're American it gets caught up in these vast databases we should let someone like Peter Strock type your name man because you happen to be a Republican or a trump supporter type your name in and research your background a listener conversations you should always have to get a warrant from a real court a public article three court if you want to do anything about searching Americans records and none of the stuff that's obtained through this surveillance courts which do not adhere to a constitutional standard should ever be used against American in any court and so that those are things that are reforms that we really could have and whether we get rid of the FISA court or not you know I'd be for it I don't know if they're the votes for it but at the very least Americans should be protected and nothing that is gathered without a real war from a real court should ever be used against an American all right senator rand Paul of Kentucky thank you very much for stepping outside the Senate chamber to talk with us per share to thanks all right we're gonna pause take a quick break we'll be right back we'll have more of your telephone calls coming up on the Sean Hannity show I'm Gregg Jarrett alert from the a troubled teen traffic.

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"spahn" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:58 min | 7 months ago

"spahn" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Ninety four sixty five to Broadway buddy Spahn's crowded to coming off the bench afford to just before cal you met that traffic report three fifty eight news ready seven eight in one of five point nine FM's UV B. M. accu weather cloudy blustery and chilly the rest this afternoon with a few snow showers and temperatures steady patter just above thirty cloudy windy and colder tonight a little still would times can leave a coating to an intro it's can turn slick twenty six the lake front chapter thirty one midway thirty one were here thirty AM accu weather's Bob are set on Chicago's weather station news radio seven eighty one of five point nine FM marketwatch today of the downside Dow dropping heard eighty three at the close NASA down sixty the SNP down about twenty WBBM news time three live in local the only station covering the news as it happens all day and all night news radio seven eighty and one oh five point nine FM Friday's explosion and he's Chicago that rock are slim middle has led to the shutdown of a furnace at the steel mill a plant official tells the northwest and in a time that there was a reaction between water and molten iron that led to the explosion and fire there were no injuries one of the many new laws to take effect in the new year aims to strengthen access to care for real my children with certain mental health Condell see mine's a statewide mental health coalition was the driving force behind a house bill twenty one fifty four it ensures that children with mental health conditions like bi polar disorder or severe depression will be eligible for the state funded family support program which helps pay for certain mental health services advocates say children will now become eligible after a third hospitalization within a twelve month period regardless of insurance coverage anti Dane newsradio one oh five point nine FM in Portland the police chief they're headed east you'll become commissioner of the troubled Philadelphia police department in February Danielle outlaw will become the first African American woman to head the Philadelphia police a significant.

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Islamic State leader leaves a legacy of terror

All Things Considered

11:02 min | 10 months ago

Islamic State leader leaves a legacy of terror

"This is All Things Considered from NPR news I'm Michelle Martin we're gonna begin this hour with that major announcement today from president trump in the morning press conference at the White House the president announced that the leader of ISIS Abu Bakr al Baghdadi had been eliminated that was trumps work only Daddy was one of the world's most wanted figures he was killed and his Syrian safe house by US commander rate we can have several conversations about this about who al Baghdadi was and what this means for the region we're going to start with NPR's Daniel Estrin in Beirut and national security correspondent Greg my re here in our studios in Washington DC and Greg I'm going to start with you let's first start with the details the timeline of the operation president trump gave a vivid cinematic description of what happened here he said eight American helicopters went into this small village they land they don't go into the front of this compound they blast through the walls the interest they track down al Baghdadi and the president says that how Baghdadi has a suicide vest and three kids with them he detonates this killing himself killing the kids no American casualties except for a military dog I think the number of people have been struck by the level of detail that the the president you know offer here including descriptions of what he claims were up and down his last moments did that strike you as a person is cover these issues for sometime was it unusual for that kind of announcement beyond unusual actually quite remarkable I mean this would all fall into the category of classified top secret information for him to just come out and riff and take questions on this providing this this granular level of detail was quite striking and then his defense secretary came on it was mark espera was much more tight lipped about the whole operation today I let me turn to you what's been the reaction in the region I mean you're in Lebanon at the moment and but if you've been following this throughout the region including in Syria what's been the reaction there we've been hearing a whole mix every action from inside Syria we spoke with the researcher in the city of Rucka he's been researching ISIS crimes in the city when isis was there and he says this is a moment of celebration you know trump gave a list of the victims of ISIS you mentioned American journalists humanitarian aid workers killed Christians killed disease killed but actually most of isis is victims were Muslims and just in Syria alone approximately six thousand civilians were killed by ISIS so Syrians civilians I feel very strongly about this man but there is a lot of skepticism this researcher the Syrian man we spoke with thought the US had its own interests in killing Baghdadi he said the US wants to grab Syrian oil which we heard trump's speak about we're also hearing from many Syrians who are skeptical that apple buckle but Daddy actually died they've heard several times before in the past that he had died turned out to be fake news they say we haven't seen the pictures how do we know for sure and we also reached a few Syrians in in live but the city where I'll Doug Daddy was reportedly given safe haven and was targeted living there seems very careful with their words or didn't want to speak at all and they could be scared of retribution from ISIS so Daniel the president thanked many countries in his announcement starting with Russia and Turkey then including Syria and Iraq the Syrian Kurds as well but in that order and that was striking to a number of people what about that I mean does that show that the Kurds are still important players in fighting the extremist threat despite president trump's decision to back away from well it's a very interesting to hear how the the STF the Kurdish led forces in Syria have been speaking about what happened today first of all their top commander said that they had been tracking Abu Bakr al Baghdadi is movements and location for the last five months that they were part of the intelligence cooperation in planning for the US to nab about Daddy but that that operation was delayed by a month because of the recent Turkish offensive after we heard that about Daddy was killed they praise the operation they said it was a joint Curtis U. S. operation just days ago though we heard from the top commander they were very upset with Donald Trump for withdrawing US troops and leaving them exposed to a Turkish offensive what Greg this comes at a time when a standard just point out the president's pulling US troops out of Syria putting a stop to what he has called endless wars it is there a contradiction in US policy then between wanting to destroy ISIS and other terror groups overseas but still wanting to bring US forces home I mean is there a contradiction US policy a fundamental contradiction that's existed throughout the the president's time in office we're going to hit all of these groups whether it's ISIS of the Taliban or al Qaeda but it's time to bring Americans home and the president seem not bothered by this contradiction today he said we we carried out a very successful operation in Syria and yes we're still bringing the troops home he seem to see it as as so you see we can do both while critics are already saying no you can't this was an operation that required a special operators in the US working with Kurds and you want to leave an area of the intelligence goes cold very quickly so you you can't really have it both ways you can stay and fight or you can leave but hard to do both before we let each of you go I do want to hear from each of you on this what is the strategic significance of the death of opportunity right the death of al Baghdadi does not end ISIS we've learned that time and again when the leaders of terrorists groups are killed however you should also look at the number of things that have happened in the past couple of years ISIS has lost its territory it's lost its revenue streams it no longer has recruits flowing in and now they've lost a very important leader this group is not dead they still have lots of fighters out there but they are in no way organized the way that they were so they've been greatly weakened but they still exist Daniel what about you it's true that ISIS isn't dead it exists in many different permutations and groups across the region and finally the city it live is a place where we're hearing many ISIS operatives fled to that area after the fall of the ISIS territorial caliphate and the question is will they be able to regroup there that was and personally scar Spahn Daniel Estrin in Beirut and national security correspondent quick Myrick here in our studios in Washington DC thank you both so much for talking to us my pleasure thanks we're going to turn now to someone whose life was directly affected by Abu Bakr al Baghdadi and the rise of ISIS James Foley was an American journalist covering the civil war in Syria in two thousand twelve he was captured in northern Syria by ISIS and held captive for nearly two years then in two thousand fourteen he was killed in a gruesome manner beheaded in what would become something of a signature of the Islamic state he was the first American to be killed by ISIS in his honor and name his mother I am fully created the James W. fully legacy foundation which advocates for the safe return of American hostages abroad and protection of journalists and she's with us now from her home via Skype thankfully thank you so much for speaking with us today my pleasure we shop how are you reacting to today's events well we're very grateful my shall we have to be I am very grateful to president trump our intelligence community and the military for fall waiting and finding al Baghdadi and stopping him our he obviously wanted to continue to regroup and continue his reign of terror so it is a blow to isis and I'm very grateful we had there US troops in country to make that happen ask you though today what does this does this bring up anything for you I mean I know what you know the word closure is so controversial people think it's some people think it's ridiculous some people think it it actually kind of capture something or says something does the death of this person who who because your son's death does this bring anything for you does it and anything for you does that term what what is it bring up for you well it protects others from whatever he was planning to do start money the thing that would bring me the most solace is does ISIS fighters who have been captured I would like them to be brought to trial and the federal criminal court here in the U. apps I'm grateful that two alleged Jack hottest Cody and I'll shake our impact in US custody and I'm hoping they'll be brought to trial but there are thousands of others and I feel it's very important that the international community hold them responsible by bringing them to trial and if convicted put away for the rest of their lives how do you hope the elder Jerry might be captured alive so that he could face trial yes he would have been able to answer so many questions but it appears he detonated himself he didn't want that to happen so he wanted to be a martyr for his because I'm sure so obviously that would have been the past the more we can take into custody and bring to trial the better however as you can see from there and present is that it's hard to find the will to bring them to trial and there's a lot of blocks in that regard but I feel that is necessary to actually stop terrorism is to bring these folks who inflicted such terror to try and hold them accountable for their horrific Dietz we let you go how does this how does the work of the fully foundation proceed does the does al Baghdadi is death affect the work of the foundation in anyway well anytime we can capture people who are from loading hostage taking which he surely wise that is a win he wives using human victims to inflict yes terror on the country and the citizens in that area so yes of course that's a help I would just or that our administration might give a higher priority to innocent Americans when they first taken hostage to maybe hopefully prevent some of that horrific crime so but I I certainly applaud today's victory and it is a victory for the free world was stand for Lee she's the president and founder of the James to be fully legacy foundation she's the mother of the slain US journalist James Foley who was killed by ISIS in two thousand fourteen she was with us today via Skype painfully thank you so much for talking with us thank you so much for

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"spahn" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:45 min | 11 months ago

"spahn" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Trump says the source is close to a Spahn. a smaller sized entries. we should have the. dad from a video obtained by Bloomberg news of the president talking to a private audience at the U. when he tells the group he wants to know who gave the whistleblower information about his phone call to the Ukraine president Democrats call that witness intimidation the whistleblower claims president trump assault the political game from his powers of his office and that the white off white house officials sought to conceal that the White House is working on a statement to address the claims that the administration the handle the reconstructed transcript of that phone call to Ukrainian president Dylan's get multiple sources tell fox news the White House severely restricted officials access to all phone call transcripts in recent months due to security concerns specifically they cite calls with Australia and Mexico that leaked in the past The New York Times reports the whistle blower is a CI a employee who was at some point detailed on assignment over to the White House sources tell fox news they served on the staff of the National Security Council fox's Gillian Turner meantime Congress is moving forward with its investigation although it was a blower is reportedly nailing down his or her legal team and strategy Chicago teachers vote to call a strike within the past hour teachers voted to authorize union leaders to call a strike setting the stage for possible work stoppage next month in the nation's third largest school district union delegates are set to meet next week to set a deadline for the strike the earliest teachers could walk out is Monday October seventh..

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Biden critical of Trump for urging Ukraine probe

Ben Shapiro

00:42 sec | 11 months ago

Biden critical of Trump for urging Ukraine probe

"Fox news Carmen Robert reporters press the president about a whistle blower complaint over his phone call to the leader of Ukraine last July. it doesn't matter what I discussed. engine whistle blowers the Wall Street journal reports not only was the call with Ukrainian president Vladimir lives it'll end ski but president trump pressured him about eight times to work with Rudy Giuliani on a probe targeting Joe Biden son hunter the younger Biden had business ties to Ukraine at one point fox is David Spahn former vice president and presidential candidate Joe Biden says if the reports are true there's no bottom to the president's willingness to abuse

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Lawmaker accuses Justice Department of blocking whistleblower disclosure

PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman

14:30 min | 11 months ago

Lawmaker accuses Justice Department of blocking whistleblower disclosure

"On August twelfth a whistle blower father a whistle blower filed a complaint with intelligence community inspector general Michael act concerned who serves as the watch dog for the US intelligence community that he named was credible and urgent within the definition of the law The Washington Post reported last night that the complaint concerning communication between trump a foreign leader in which the president made some kind of promise. acting director of national intelligence just acquire has refused to turn over the complaint to Congress as is usually required by law today actions and declined to provide lawmakers on the house intelligence committee with details of the whistle blower complaint The New York Times reported that the complaint is said to involve multiple acts by trump not just one conversation with a foreign leader the president tweeted this in response to the reports quote another fake news story out there never ends virtually any time I speak on the phone to a foreign leader I understand that there may be many people listening from various US agencies not to mention those from the other country itself no problem knowing all of this is anybody dumb enough to believe that I would say something inappropriate with a foreign leader while on such a potentially heavily populated call I would only do what is right anyway and only do good for the USA joining us now to offer some insight into these reports and how all of this works is national security lawyer Brad mas he can follow on Twitter at Brad mosque he S. Q. Brad how are you. good right how you doing this evening good thank you so much for joining us so let's start with how normal intelligence community whistle blower complaint works something you've handled and no well and then we'll get to this specific situation sure so in a standard situation and what you would have is the individual which wrapped up whatever is the nature of the complaint they waited submitted to the inspector general of the intelligence community and the inspector general refuse that determinate the credible in qualifies it's what's called an urgent concerns and urgent concern being a lay great abuse of long that is not simply a public policy dispute and if the inspector general says yes this is credible he for that on to the director of national intelligence and a director of national intelligence send it to the intelligence committees that did not happen here so real quick what what generally constitutes these complaints sent to the inspector general. so could be any number of things that can be that they you know that there's a mid level manager miss using agency assets for personal use personal enrichment you can think of is systemic misuse of agency authority in terms of how an agency is managing surveillance powers and how they're submitting applications anything along those lines and how frequently do these complaints to the inspector general occur. they're not often this is not typically use thing any you're talking maybe it doesn't twenty at most of the year and most of them are not found to be credible. okay this one was found to be credible credible correct it it it got classified as urgent. yes correct it did and the more important part it apparently implicates a very senior level official if not the present United States court reporting so what makes this complaint then different from a normal complaint in terms of the steps that it would go through. so the problem here and this is what we've seen that with what happened in the subsequent Spahn it is the way the statue in the relevant statutes call the intelligence community whistleblower protection act the statute was not designed to address the situation in which the individual against whom the whistle is being blown was someone above the director of national intelligence or facing an unprecedented situation and so the problem that we are facing is how to handle it when the person is beyond the D. and icy profession okay so because everybody who's typically under the director of national intelligence once the D. and I received a complaint he would just take it to the house intelligence committee that would be the normal process be because this is somebody who's above the D. N. I. it's preventing him from doing that. that's what the justice department is apparently it by the end I could do so at the end I could have simply transmitted it but because the individual against him the whistles being blown was apparently the president he sought guidance from the justice department the justice department reviewed the complaint and said this does not fall within the mandatory obligation for you to transmit this to the intelligence committees because the president is not under your supervision and the purpose of this stature the purpose of the icy WPA with you give whistleblowers away to notify Congress and particularly the intelligence committees in particular the oversight entities yes the these oversight entities that we created in the aftermath of mixing to give them access to an understanding of the problems that are ongoing within the intelligence community not just to limit it to the executive branch itself here's the problem I have though if it stays within the executive branch whether it's at the department of justice and and the only people that know about it's the D. and IT inspector general department of justice all executive branch figures then you have no oversight. correct in that. it's about the president because the president oversees the department of justice. in the the difficulty we're facing here the struggle were facing is because the statute never envisioned that this type of factual scenario it didn't have the mechanism properly designed to address what did the and I should do and so the advice the legal advice that was given to the end I from the justice department had some legitimate basis based off a very narrow but still legitimate reading of the strict language of the statute and at that is that if it does not that the urgent concern only applies if it falls under the supervision of the D. and I and so this is this you know political no man's land facing. all past practice of the last twenty one years tells you this is how it's still possible to be done but your facing a scenario that you've never had before we're talking to national security lawyer Brad mossy can follow on Twitter at Brad mas E. S. Q. so the inspector general went before the intelligence committee today and didn't really say anything because he couldn't write that the director of national intelligence must've instructed him based on what the department of justice said not to reveal the complaint to Congress. so in a letter that came out shortly after RB inspector general's testimony included I believe was released by the house intelligence committee there was a letter from the specter general dated two days ago that outline that he had been repeatedly asking for authorization from the director of national intelligence to reveal at least some detail to the intelligence committee about what had gone on what was the nature of the disclosure even if it wasn't to be disclosing disclosing the complaint itself and at the end I had continued to refuse and until the IG has that authorization. he can't say anything and that's why you had what you had today where he could not. confirm anything he could not address any of the reporting now what power does Congress have to compel the D. and night to provide them the complaints that the whistle blower issue is there any recourse that Congress has. very little for the way Congress set up the statute no it didn't create any rate of judicial review or any private called the faction all it all they have the ability to do it actually everything. they could subpoena the director of national intelligence. I can testify in open session on next Thursday if he doesn't answer the questions they can hold them in contempt and they could refer him for transportation to the justice department which of course is not gonna do anything. they can try to use their own inherent authority you have the sergeant arms arrest him which of course they're not going to do they could sue. claiming that the year so their subpoena has been obstructed and try to compel disclosure but then becomes the legal debate in court over a very new wants to narrow piece of language in the link the statue for. they essentially try to define parts the deny as leverage which would be politically dangerous let me ask you this in terms of. god. a bread on just for a quick this is Felix Vega could the whistle blower themselves go directly to Congress. now so here is I own a copy out that under the terms of the I. T. W. P. eight it does not grant the whistle blower the authority on their own to just go to a member of Congress now there are those of us including myself who argue that they be visible or already has that authority to go to select committees like the intelligence committee get they have the necessary security clearances they have the relevant facilities that they should be allowed to go do that no one's ever been criminally charged that contact but if the whistle blower were to do that they would almost certainly be fired in the clear. is this a form is this some form of executive privilege basically that is being invoked here because it involves the president conversations that he had that apparently this was a blower was privy to that that is why the department of justice believes that it doesn't have to be turned over to Congress also at the moment it's only a classification issue that clearly been involved and that's why the I. T. W. P. A. this as a mechanism is because these are classified disclosures they're coming to Congress yes though this became a legal fight in court between the house intelligence committee and the president or the M. night there would be an issue indications of executive privilege because yeah this is something involving the president's communication we're talking a national security lawyer Brad mas here on PM Tampa Bay if the president wanted to because the president claims look there's nothing to see here if he wanted to he could immediately declassified a whistle blower complaint and make a public correct. course he cut which also course in the end says well wait a minute he's made clear he has no prom exercising that authority the with the NO a president has done yet he hasn't done that here despite all this media spectacle we've had for the last six days about what's going on here and now these reports suggesting he basically made some illicit promise to a foreign head of state why wouldn't he want to just the classified it and let the information come out well at the sixty four thousand dollar question only Donald J. trump after that year in DC you're in the middle of of the national security apparatus they're clearly somebody is leaking information now to the media about the complaint we learn that allegedly it involves now the Washington post is reporting the complaint about president trump involves Ukraine so that's a new report but we're learning that involves potentially conversation between the president and a foreign leader then we learned that it could be multiple incidents that are contained in this complaint so we'll be information do you think get out there anyway and how dangerous is that for people to leak are parts of this complaint. we'll be clear anybody who's leaking parts of that complaint at a moment after at a minimum they're risking have being fired and losing their clearances and depending on if parts of it are classified that they're leaking out they could also face criminal penalties that all being said yes it seems that the majority if not all of this complaint will eventually get leaked out. the only question is will it all be done before the actual verified details get provided the Congress or this one the situations with a whistle blower tried to do it right went through the process in the end because of obstruction from that the N. nine the White House is that gonna of actually be under cut in the very thing he or she was trying to keep quiet and properly report to Congress without leaking it to the public is gonna get leaked out anyway it's by other individuals with their own potential agenda and Brian terms of this statue just seems like it makes no sense. once again that there would not be a fail safe for anyone above the D. and I too you know there if someone did something wrong and basically blocks anyone above the D. and I from being reported to Congress and anyone finding out about this is this something Congress can change in the interim possibly or do they have to wait until you know that this is over with. all the I mean they could change it tomorrow but when applied to this situation necessarily unless the contact gently can't make it retroactive like that but I think the reason why they never contemplated applying this far higher level above that the N. nine there was some legislative debate arming Congress when they passed the original bill back in nineteen in the late nineteen nineties wise you ultimately at that higher level perfectly the president you're dealing with someone with so much discretion and so much inherent constitutional authority that it's very difficult to imagine that anything that would actually fall within the scope of a flagrant violation or abuse of law as opposed to simply dispute over public policy matter is opposed to someone who's more of a mid level manager just relying on what the delegated to them so there there there were there were been inherent constitutional Kanya tension with trying to apply this to the president I'm sure that something that would come up if they're all the litigation over this which is why it's never been applied to

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Woman who paid R. Kelly's $100K bond wants it back. A judge said no.

Roe Conn

02:50 min | 11 months ago

Woman who paid R. Kelly's $100K bond wants it back. A judge said no.

"So how about this are Kelly story today now let's talk about that this is wild so you remember back in February when R. Kelly was sitting in the cook county jail a twenty six in California after being charged with there's sex assault cases here in cook county and a mystery woman stepped forward to host a ten percent of the million dollars bond her name Valencia love she posted a hundred thousand dollars so are Kelly good could go free everyone was shocked that R. Kelly apparently didn't have the financial wherewithal to post his own bond and so this woman who owns a restaurant in blue island and I apparently met Kelly on a cruise or some place along the way steps forward and post bond for the singer. so he got to enjoy a couple of days on the outside you may remember he went straight from the cook county lock up to the old rocker home with don right downtown old cruising Spahn TV and I don't think you're supposed to say cruising spot like that well I thought it was kind of drive by and hang out outside wasn't that what yeah has he been use helicopters going going overhead etcetera well now of course a Mister Kelly is in federal custody after being hit with federal charges which supersede the local case typically and Valencia love his come forward her attorneys filed a motion in cook county saying Hey can our client get our money back she wants that hundred thousand back today a judge reportedly said no which when you think about it is a little surprising right because. bond money bail money has nothing to do with guilt or innocence is merely to basically provide some sort of collateral assuring that if we let you go you're gonna show up right corner. well he's in custody any where anytime soon but the judge said that ms love actually signed a document that says something to the effect of your money can be used in certain scenarios to pay for it for attorneys fees court costs and other things associated with this case so apparently was on that one grounds that he she's lose lose all the money. what we don't know that we don't know what would this mean R. Kelly is using that money from the woman who saved him and a tough time I think what the judge was saying is while Mr Callies finances are in question and they are. the money that was posted for bond could potentially be used to pay for his defense that's for you to read the fine print yeah. for work got to do that.

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"spahn" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:31 min | 11 months ago

"spahn" Discussed on WRVA

"Was on the run going way back way back in its over his head off the wall it play written on his way to second the throne will not be tolerated. roll bliss slowed up on that is if he thought maybe that polls gonna get out of the park but he couldn't get there in position himself to play characters of the old for for Freeman is over on the second page she sees a two out double to left center is thirty third double the year to go with two triples thirty eight home runs six the late eighties second in runs batted in with a hundred seventeen of the nationals Anthony Randall somehow you wonder how he's able to hit balls in that direction I was a **** down in in any call set off the fence in left center field we said that if that is his swing path and has worry is is preferred method of hitting and hits a ball it on a pitch in and goes the other way with it so I could with the home run derby here last year right if it is a double serving UP. top of the heap is Josh Donaldson of the cleanup Spahn Sanchez said a. kick sand the first swing enough power bank got the on going to the play but he's okay an account over to one of Donald's is like off the cutter hitting a two sixty four with thirty doubles thirty seven homers time for the seventh highest total in the National League with Josh bell of the pirates it is eighty eight runs batted in. thirty billion walk strong with ninety six of the year but for a three eighty six on base percentage also nine to the late. the.

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"spahn" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"spahn" Discussed on WJR 760

"And welcome back to Spahn stadium for more of our Spartan pregame show is today it's the opener for the season two thousand nineteen it's Michigan state and Tulsa well what a gorgeous day we've had today in east Lansing right now the shadows have covered the playing surface currently seventy two degrees no chance of rain tonight wins six eight miles an hour probably will not be much of a factor a perfect night for football to open up the season by the way when you're in the Lansing area be sure to stay at the Lansing Cordier at primary yeah it's his minutes ma'am S. you give a call that area five one seven four eighty two zero five hundred that's five one seven four eight two zero five hundred our friends at the Lansing courtyard by Marriott where we have talked at length about the struggles Michigan state have last year offensively because of injuries and it affected things no doubt first six games of the year last year Michigan state was formed to in was averaging twenty six points a game the last four games of the year that average dropped down to eight points per game so in the off season some changes were made one that saw a nine year assistant coach Brad said voted to offensive coordinator now during one of our cats I has spread of going from quarterbacks coach to offensive coordinator added hours to his work week I don't know if it adds hours because we're all working but I think it adds hours you might because you never really stop thinking about different things you know you'll be set their night go okay and we do this this formation you know later week three or whatever you know you're always continuously thinking of the things that you can evolve to during the season or just to play that came up as you watch another you know opponent play the point you're playing that we can like that we we should do that I mean ultimately footballs plagiarism you know every kind of run the same stuff so they gotta find what fits you you know but the biggest thing is you've got to score more points than your opponent I mean when it comes down to it in and we know we've got a score touchdowns and that's that's the deal on offense that's our purpose right now some thoughts from brand said when the new offensive coordinator at Michigan state so when we talk about the offense being appointment processes Eather countdown going on to an involves mark Dantonio is he's on the verge of becoming the all time winningest coach you to win three more games a passive legendary Duffy door yeah you take a second you might have to but you know I'd like to go back to what I said before I look at all the players that have come through here may place best outstanding moments and in that in that time and that's again why we're trying to chase the moment lot of coaches lot of administrators lot of donors a lot of different people that have been involved in this in this process I think that's what you get when you have continuity in the program then you have opportunities like this coming so we came here with it up up to try to make a mark and that's we're trying to do I think we've been very successful in this decade from that standpoint we've been very prominent I think in this decade in the support to finish this decade in that way in that fashion so what I've always tried to do is just win one game at a time collectively as a group have always try to push people in front and and get them to to move in one direction and that's what that's what you have to do so I don't really think too much about it because of some usually so busy with all the other things that goes with it it's a sense of accomplishment for a lot of people it's not it's not just one person the thoughts of head coach mark Dantonio as he approaches the all time winningest coach mark in history of MSU football well that's a proud sponsor of Michigan state athletics Cisco is giving you the chance to watch your Spartans battle for the Paul Bunyan trophy download the club is sit go app and enter to win a V. I. P. game day experience to the rivalry matchup and more go green terms and conditions apply well in the wide world of football there's one common thread it is if the quarterback plays well usually the team does well along with it which leads us to our season opening Spartan profile was got more this is Spartan profile brought to you by dean trail ways the dean of transportation Brian lower key first tried his hand at football in the fourth grade and found that the game.

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Channing Tatum Takes a Break from Social Media to Be in the 'Real World' and 'Get Inspired'

Lori and Julia

02:14 min | 1 year ago

Channing Tatum Takes a Break from Social Media to Be in the 'Real World' and 'Get Inspired'

"We got to talk about Channing Tatum and he's quitting social media he said that he wants to focus on quote the real world so he shared on Instagram today that he's been struggling to feel inspired and creative since spending time online he said I'm just going to go and just be in the real world for awhile and off my phone he said a probably come back at some point but if I do I want to have direction or clear point of view of why I'm on here and what I'm putting out there now remember he made headlines going on about a astrology applicables weeks ago and he has since that Abigail I don't really work astral my something like that was really controversial well because it seems like it was a Spahn con okay he was trying to position is like scratching his head and going Gee what's the sap the yeah well and and it's one of those things where the app well maybe one of the reasons that they can protect your behaviors because when you download the app and sign your way you're right they're going to be able to read all of your information so it's like is it a fishing scale what is going on here by the Russians I'm just yeah yeah why it is people tomes step back do you think this new girlfriend is I mean yes you J. yeah I do let me just say something he seems to me like someone who wouldn't even be on social media what ways even on it why does he even have to make this statement so well yeah I'm for for a while I mean before magic make him he's been on and stuff well and I think that with what he did it maybe it was called the path I'm not sure exactly maybe honey you can double check Channing Tatum and his rant about the astrology up I don't remember the name exactly off the top of my head but I'm sure that is people were like Hey that video was really weird and a lot of people read into it in ways that are not flattering to use so maybe you want to take a step back and reconsider how your hand is out sick Mike yes like yeah the this is this is on the advice of his people yeah are you got it took a long time to convince him to that story was like about a month ago yeah well I can't remember the name of what he was talking

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"spahn" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

13:22 min | 1 year ago

"spahn" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Snake lake member of the family is the book and before we go back to the Spahn ranch thing I just want to touch on that mellow yellow part I thought that was so funny that you at one point you in your your girlfriend's Jan and Joan try to get high with bananas yeah well if you will Donovan that made that yeah those dollars in but they're supposedly scraping inside of a banana peel and then you what smoke then what was the deal thank scrape the inside of the banana as I recall yeah you know on a cookie sheet and bake there's a menu you know flake dead or whatever you smoked it you are exposed to get high yeah this is funny after I read that part of the book I remember hearing somebody do when I was like in middle school somebody tried to do that but they didn't dry the banana so they couldn't even get it lit I think they missed a whole part of that recipe so the Spahn ranch part of the movie and once upon a time in Hollywood is really just it was just it was really creepy was it was it reminded me a lot of of like a really good Twilight Zone episode or something it was just it was a it was so much atmosphere and and I show you confirm that in fact it you would have had that effect when people you just kind of came out when there was a visitor at the ranch you all kind of came out in congregated and you were saying that the the spawn the house where George Spahn who owned the ranch lived was not up so high there weren't that many steps was it what is is was it his dingy and gross as it is in the movie you know it was it was pretty dilapidated but I mean you know like in the movie they show you know a rat caught in that trap in the squealing yeah yeah so it's really filthy dirty yeah and I'm sure that how people think we live but we didn't I mean I think that we improved George's lot you know I think we improved the condition of his house I mean I remember cleaning as refrigerator right you're a bit of a neat freak which I admired about you that you said that when you would get high on acid you actually did stuff like cleaning right now you know it's still let me see the the cleanliness thanks it's funny though but so you said you you said did you know that house needed a woman's touch am I right in I mean I know you slept you say use veal took turns sleeping next to him did you also sleep with him George the old man I I I did take my turn you know like I think we took turns I don't know if you know we we did intercourse the maybe the intercourse with him but I I took my turn giving him head okay all right well yeah so this is the this is the frankness of the story as I had alluded to that there was but that part was a little vague and I was sort of surprised and I don't want to dwell on it but it was interesting because it it didn't it the this idea of all the orgies and all of the stuff that's not a myth it really that was what life was like according to your account inside the Manson family it's not exaggerated it doesn't seem it sounded like it was your new normal right we we you know we kind of did you know regularly I I don't know I don't think it was weekly we took acid pretty much weekly we smoked pot you know daily and you know we may be did the orgy Lovin thing you know every other week yeah maybe every every week occasionally but it was on the what you know wasn't a constant thing and then Charlie orchestrated that you know he he passed out the tabs of acid like a little sacraments and then you know he's kind of start taking off his neighbors sure and then one thing on the record it was everybody took off the next person's surer than that you know I mean it I you know I did that the I mean also I can describe it is the way I experienced no no I think that I don't remember it being like this total why old you know fever pitched or do you know right he I don't remember it that way but that put me people might view it differently so it but you also at this time when you were so enamored of him and you work fully under his spell you had also already experienced his wrath he had he had hit you I'm he had it you I think a couple of times by the time you got to the Spahn ranch and if you didn't like that but you were like everybody else you're sort of condition to to try to make Charlie happy end so you were very mood conscious I thought that was a very interesting that you lot of your day perhaps much like a lot of abusers would relate to was spent trying to gauge the mood of their but the person that was abusing them so you you had some clues and you I read an account that somebody else had said that you were the most hit person in the family but I don't know that I had heard you say that in the book do you agree with that assessment you know it is starting to come out that he hit a lot of the girls but not publicly so I think that you know he he uses as a tool I don't feel like he totally took out like his anger fury on people it was more disciplinary but in a kind of twisted way right I mean this is how people right this is exactly in that I mean I remember I yes he did slap me when we were like in New Mexico because like you know I I actually just want you know Hey you know do you need some food or you know and he was had a toothache or something and he just you know I spoke out of turn or whatever and and got slapped and then but it's not like he beat me and then the then the next episode I remember you know the extension cord I remember like winking at me you know like you know yeah I I'm doing I make in this example of field you know go go with that kind of thing so every time there was you know in my mind you know he had mitigated it wasn't just you know I I wasn't the recipient of you know on controlled rage and fury there was a reason for it and so I think that's why I accepted that well it may not okay no in India its not okay and I and I and I know that now but this is my perspective then I you know I I try to go back to where I was then and and you have both sides using your father hit your mom so in a lot of ways it already was a pattern that probably existed already in your mind is being a little bit is acceptable in some way and and sorry would you know he will I saw him as he was based on you know women are supposed to submit to the husbands thing is he so much for new thinking he's so yeah so but in a way falling out of favor with Charles Manson really save your life yes it looks like explain how your your life your entire future events on the fact that you're eat your he's mad at you or he's ostracizing you a little bit right I mean I would say in the desert and I didn't I came back with Bobby balls away and Charlie was furious and the whole energy and the whole kind of the the main draw that was going on the family at that time was totally different than I had ever seen previous he was really in areas really trying to gather supplies you know convert Volkswagen Beetle into dune buggies and vehicle indeed in dune buggies he had incorporated the straight satans which is like a motorcycle gang out of P. me valley into our family you know and they provided guns and knives and and mechanical services to convert these vehicle since it didn't buggies and it's just you know with like this frenetic energy to try though they weren't doing good and you know he was he I remember he hold hello my fingers and other people's fingers over flames on the candle light too conditional to not feel pain and it was just in and I from the time I left the desert with Bobby I felt like kind of like a salmon swimming upstream but not on but I was going no I was going in the wrong direction his eyes rocks the trees everything with calling out to me that I'd made a mistake and when I got to the Gresham street which I didn't know anything about Gresham street because I thought we were going to go to Spahn ranch and Gresham street with you know like a mile or two from Spahn ranch in Canoga park and he was just furious with me I'm taking you back to your parents going to find your parents on taking back to your parents and he did find them and he did take me back there and at that point I been with Charlie too long heard too many of those songs that's all I had going on in my head and I just felt again rejected a my parents were now my mom had not re married but you know she and my dad read definitely separated and you know she was with another man and they were like boarding parents for an alternative high school so they had all these other kids my same age basically living with them and I just I just felt crazy I mean I wanted to jump on the roof of the house I'm up on the roof of the house view out old Charley's talk you know about living in a garbage dump and all I mean it was I just felt crazy I mean I really felt crazy you were programs yeah I was and so I I went back to Charlie because that but I sense that I felt comfortable but you know I mean I felt at in juxtaposition to to being in a like a more normal you know society whatever I just felt crazy and so I went back to Charlie and then he took me days Gary Hinman and I live with Kerry him in for a week or so and and then I got Gary Hinman to take me back to the Spahn ranch and the family really didn't live there anymore I think I think when that was still.

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From Sharon Tate and Bruce Lee to Rick Dalton and Cliff Booth, here's what's real and what's fake in 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood'

Total Information PM

04:45 min | 1 year ago

From Sharon Tate and Bruce Lee to Rick Dalton and Cliff Booth, here's what's real and what's fake in 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood'

"It's my pleasure Mister Schwartz your son was done double click moves double feature well you know it's gonna be a little shooting a quick turns you know movie how are you Paul I'm good mark are you you know what though that that's a little misleading when it comes to the amount of violence in this movie isn't it there is not nearly what you've seen and you know the inglorious **** he fully type of thing this is definitely the violence level is toned down from there that said when there is violence in this movie it is totally brutal just like anything Quinn turned Tino's done Mr Tarantino is requesting that we not give away too much and I would argue with him but let's run down some of the things that maybe we can share and that would be the backdrop of nineteen sixty nine Hollywood in a very interesting your you know with the moon landing anniversary for last week with stock you have culture shifts Vietnam and you have Rick Dalton that's Leonardo di Caprio he's a fictional character along with cliff booth another fictional character played by Brad Pitt so Rick Dalton is a kind of a washed up actor's been doing a lot of television shows he's trying to get his career back on track he's worried about the future his driver used to be a stuntman cliff booth played by Brad Pitt is kinda relegated to being a go for but all this is set up against the backdrop of Charlie Manson and his cult in United by nineteen year old son to the screen the other night I said how much you know about Charles Manson and he didn't know a whole lot and I was trying to tell them about the Tate la Bianca murders Sharon Tate very popular actress shoes I think you married to Rohan Pulaski at the time and he of course can come back to this country at the time and that is not what this movie's about though is it I mean it's the backdrop not liking glories **** will war to an ad a filler and the **** with a backdrop that was not a there was a fictionalized account of what happened or what could have happened maybe an alternative reality I remember at the time I ask what insurance you know about that I said my interview in for that movie I said what would you say to the you know to the I don't even know if I use the word complaint but some people think this is revisionist history give me a very insightful answer I wish I could pull up the audio I I haven't done that this week but it's important because the backdrop is everything going on with some of these real characters and you meet some people who unfortunately we know outside of Charles Manson like squeaky for who tried to assassinate president Ford you also meet these people who are part of this winter charging a world like al Pacino's character Marvin Schwartz who's a Hollywood producer Kurt Russell plays a director Luke Perry's in this movie Timothy Oliphant Damian Lewis stars as Steve McQueen someone else who obviously is real so it's a mixture of fiction and reality and beyond that what would you like to say about the story you can use it most of it quite frankly on that it's kinda like alternate reality it's part fictional part real part things you know part things maybe you don't in any kind of meld them together to create this interesting universe that is typical of Quentin Tarantino he loves to take take this universe set usually in this sixties seventies type of era in create something new and that's what he does here with this film he creates just a new look at what what if you know it's not the idea once upon a time in Hollywood will once upon a time is the way my daughter always wanted me to recite bedtime stories start with once upon a time right is this is one tornadoes fairytale sort of a love letter fairy tale The Hollywood now it is when it when it comes to it I was trying to educate myself a little bit on the Manson's I don't know if that's important or not because it's not the same history what I would say about this we let me let me talk with the good first of all there's a lot of good in here I mean the recreation of the Spahn ranch were Charlie Manson spent a lot of his time with his cold is really incredible I read helter skelter and some of these things just came back to life for me you have the recreation of Hollywood Boulevard in Westwood village in the push get theater in the a query cedar peaches records we have those here in Saint Louis old school talk about all these things and this is not digitally recreated he shot this movie on film thirty five millimeter film unfortunately we did not get a a thirty five millimeters screening here in Saint Louis but I mean the production detail Paul I think this pretty safe bet this movie is gonna rack up I'm not saying it's good with Best Picture it is going to rack up some awards when it comes to costume design set design production the music fantastic let me give you a sample of that like deep purple right here

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"spahn" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

08:32 min | 1 year ago

"spahn" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Two hours from now, he will keep rolling along. And again, you know, it's interesting because we all know with the six case tonight, which he will probably get, you know, by the end of two, and if he gets with the three thousand he will become the third left-hander, and what's. The four with the break before the break. I was guessing Warren Spahn and Steve Carlton Carlton is one of them not warrants fun. This is one of those numbers. I remember Warren Spahn with three sixty three he the winning left hander of all time but not with three thousand strikeouts. It is Steve Carlton and Randy Johnson and C will join them. And he goes out tonight. He shall be supported with this lineup. DJ you know, DJ is leading off and playing second vase. And then we have Mr. Voight batting number two D H Gardner is batting number three the home run shy of the cycle last night. And he is batting third. Gary Sanchez back in the lineup, you know from this. He's batting cleanup tours. As is short number five, Mike Ford and the words of John sterling Ford tough Mike Ford over their first base or shelhah will be at third talk men will be in right field. Tyler Wade in left field and see savannah on the mound for the ANC is back to the phones we go and Justin is calling from new Milford. Justin. Doing we're coming along, Justin. How about yourself any big Yankee fan big jet fan? But I just wanted to talk about the jets. I make my comment. I'll let you talk about it. Okay. I know that yet you're probably gonna go defense with that sixty. But I was thinking about it. You know, there's a few wide receivers in this drought this Metcalf. There's this other guy one of them turns out like Calvin Johnson. Because it matter that the jets at number six shoes. No, no, no. No. No, no. First of all see it's good to be one of those nights. The moon must be full. They they pick number three and between you and me. I would like them like the word is wanted of move down on the draft and get themselves pick for the second round never mind about the second round. Here's my two cents with everybody alive, and in this country, and in all countries around the world with something to say about the draft of what the jets might do what the giants might do what our zone is going to do with the raiders are gonna do what Washington is going to do moving up and wait a minute. This team is as anyone going to be moving down in the draft will the jets my do that. And I'm hoping that don't at number three pick a stunned and whether it's with both. Whether it's with Williams, whether it's with Judge Alan, and what is the flavor of this week already leading to the with the draft tomorrow and with the kid from Houston, and listen, I mean, they know and there's a guy from Florida, and listen, I hoping that the jets stay at number three and pick a stud of pass a Russia and edged man a defense an outside linebacker. You know, what I'm saying ready somebody who can get into somebody else's backfield. And I'm hoping it's either going to be both any of these three, and you have your choice of who might be the better of the three for those who have seen them play more than a few times or have seen film of them video of them for just a few times as I have. Watching some of with the with the drafting and those kinds of programs whether it's moso whether it's Williams, and maybe say some jets fans that I've heard on the fan in New York City. They would rather have with Williams. There's there's Williams's Josh Allen one of those three if the jets pick with the number three and stay there pick one of those three that would be good. Larry is calling Staten Island. Larry or on the fan. What's going on? Always such a pleasure to speak to you. You really make my day when you pick up the phone. Thank you so much. Well, thank you for being part of the program. It works both ways. Larry go. Right ahead. Thanks. Yeah. I'm a really big Yankee fan, but I am right now on even bigger Staten of Scranton whale rider fan. I mean this teams through again, I grant you the underbelly of the American League. But you have to really impressed with the state. These guys are coming out of nowhere. And you have to also credit the Yankees scouting. They got these older might career minor leaguers. Off at bath. And I am so impressed. It is. It is something to be said here for the depth of the organization because you thought that you thought that that the best of what was with the farm system was with the varsity. But here. Yeah. And I will how about the pickup of LeMay, Hugh. I mean, how values cooled off a little bit. He was hitting a like, you know, close to four hundred but what a pickup because he can play anywhere in the infield. I'm sure he could even play I if he had to on a regular basis, but who needs with that with the with the void. But the bottom line is he has been a godsend he's been hitting. But it's void. It is with the tourists again showing. I mean, listen, easy youngster. You know, he's gonna be around for a long time. Whether he's playing short is natural physician or second and. Ford who is this guy or shell on talk men one. And even in even Tyler Wade can get on base and steal obeys. So I'm just saying that all of these other guys who wouldn't have a place on the roster at all are making a positive difference. Yeah. I'm going to really miss her Sheller defense when Andrew comes back because I think he's done more. I think they turn double plays from third in a few games with our shows, and they did all year with Andrew are adequate thing about the judge. I don't care who they take as long as long as it's not a tight end, right states such right? Thanks a lot. No. I mean, listen, it's simple. We know what the two teams need. And again, what they have to do is get that need filled by somebody can make a contribution. And you know that the jets defensively the giants defensively. Both teams and listen. And with the giants you can get a linebacker and get a cornerback. Peter Wood stalk into Europe eater Hoffman. Who is the choreographer other program on the other side of the glass who is his kid. You were telling me about that. The giants might go about drafting if not and certainly not in the first round, you don't think but the kid from LSU you were talking about they were talking about Devon white possibly Jamal Adams big advocate for him from the jets. He was saying that he's a really gotta get and there's been rumors lately Devon white being drafted maybe at six. Okay. Well at six yet. I mean, well who knows we all think we know that we know nothing. And that's why we're going to be watching because we think we know what is going to be done. But we really don't. And yet, we love guessing. And for like, it seems like years we've been guessing. What's going to be with the draft? And not just what the giants and the jets..

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"spahn" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"spahn" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Awful when I just want to bring up very quickly to gauge the greatest game ever pick the winningest pitcher in the fifties Warren Spahn against a we didn't. Picture in the sixties one marriage ShopRite seventeen Homerun both. Pitchers pitch complete games, seventeen innings oh and did I say Warren Spahn was forty two years old. Here's what I take away from it I take. Away that response said that the pitches never lifted weights, they were very flexible in those days maybe these kids are wild, too tightly lifting weights maybe? Lowering the pitching mound twice, put more, stress I don't know I'm not a, doctor but. Those would, be my guess who's? As to all the. Injuries today because, let me, tell you something I can't. Believe all the injuries that that. Go. On, with starting pitching today is computer years ago they. Were injury physical but not like today we got. A completely wait why thank you so much thanks so much of the call in that game you've. Probably heard the story that Alvin dark winter Marshall who is still in his twenty s at the time and said do you wanna come out, and he said in. Marcel reportedly said if that old. Man still, out, there I'm going back out there Rick you have developed your life now and you have developed years to, the study of bio mechanics and you were the first guy in. Uniform to go to Dr James. Andrews is lab in Alabama You're exactly right and and actually it's a crazy story because I think a lot of the media. Really didn't get it right but I was. My first, year, with the White Sox and I, was going to double a Birmingham pitching coach and right, before the season or right before the, season started Larry Himes call me in his office manager Larry said listen when you get the Birmingham doctor Andrew has opened up to. Say if somebody lab they he did shoulder surgery on Roger Clements and he's opened. Up a lab, for, the biomechanical study of the pitching. Delivery to, reduce, the risk of injury in the hands performance and? You're. Going to start taking pitchers in into the lab to get biomechanical analysis and I said gee, I walk out of the office I'm like God this isn't baseball. Is what are you kidding me And I was and I was I, was literally the first first uniform guide to walk into lab and so we started getting analysis back and Dr flights say all right record is is arm is late at. Foot contacted stride length is too short is is frog legs it's to firm it. Put contact it's, collapsing, ball relationship rotation velocities already four. Hundred degrees, per, second I said what the hell does that mean He would explain to me what it meant and then I said so what do. We do with this I mean how do you, correct us he goes I don't know I'm not a pitching coach and I was. In Birmingham for as w pitching coach for three years and, the wind, the one name that hasn't come up I I wasn't. On earlier when Lee came on at the. Beginning but the one thing that. Hasn't come up, and I, think he's, been a mentor for both. Of us, Leo was was was Johnny Sain I know? Quite why, he was so far ahead? Of the, game no question. About it and and we shared the pirates and the and the and Atlanta I think you were there that instructional. League real and John McCain was there..

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"spahn" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"spahn" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"The friends we talk and maybe down you're gonna see fugu images sir matter who cares and you can do sir spahn would you same with.

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"spahn" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"spahn" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"I was born in sixty four i must have been two maybe three in this so i don't know what here's let's prime man's and we were renting jason spawn spahn ranch jason as a kid yeah and if you ever talked to bryan cranston he'll tell you about he grew up in the valley too about like riding a horse through there you know this is wide open air i i went to spawn ranch of course because i do my research i've been working on this book for nearly two years from start to finish and i went to spawn ranch and now you kinda covered in poison idea lot a lot of parts of it but it's very idyllic i mean it's beautiful i was there in the spring the birds are doing their tweet thing and lancer doing their plan thing and it's green it's gorgeous to get to the place where charles manson strummed his guitar and and you know and the women were just swooning over him and you he's pictures of them all in the rock you know these fancy all these these pictures with him and the women sort of gathered around him you have to go down through the canyon a little bit you might have done that as a child and you really do have to go through poison ivy which i did thank goodness i was wearing long pants and i sat on the rock where he sat and were some of these pictures are taken and i'm telling you because the camera guys want to sit there for this video that we're taking and they said well how's it feel sitting there now this is forty nine years later it'll be forty nine years exactly in august so i mean come on there's nobody actually there from the time obviously and i'm telling you when i said to the guys i said it feels creepy isn't it does how so i just on the spahn ranch i'll show you the picture may sitting in the pedal car in the background upper right that is basically that spahn ranch.

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"spahn" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"spahn" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Apparently apparently seven it'll be loved that you were more in what that i was man and i guess that it the month that was what came of it but then i forgot spawned the sands of time i said you know what sponsors going to left me it was a memory and then it went away and then xmen came into the the full vent as in the marvel movie started taken off and spawn went to the way so on it's funny because mcfarland's been talking about for years trying to get a new spun movie off the ground and now he's saying that he's in a right and directed needs to make with blunt house right i did not over 2019 release on a hold my breath of it's actually going to happen because he's been talking about this like 15 years but i think they actually have they will their saint 2019 now they're saying blown house actually did do it and they're saying that he's spun in this movie is not going to have a speaking role he's going to be like the the shark in jaws and that we're going to be following a cop that has a deal with kind of all the aftermath of spahn we're following a copper whatever have you a normal person it's bond is is going to be like this nick mothers kind of monster reaches slasher movie but with spahn perhaps we'll have the fbi spot is going to be like an ancillary part even though it can be called spawn but it is going to be spooky so let's hope for the best and we can say from here that it's not going to be worse than this thing i was wondering are watching this i'm like how are they gonna do this on a blom house budget but i guess although you want to see it right point is point is when i talk about that we're not talking about the move your talking about the future talking about the past like we do say means should the pass the past sometime should stay there some time should be brought back we'll have to see what this when sold out further do let's go ahead and take a look at the trailer for 1997 spun.

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