35 Burst results for "Stan"
4 found dead following reported hostage situation in Oklahoma
"Authorities in Oklahoma were four people were found dead and one injured at a marijuana farm say they have a suspect in mind. Oklahoma state bureau of investigation captain Stan Florence says authorities believe the suspect knew the victims who were found dead Sunday Night at the ten acre marijuana farm near Hennessy. The Kingfisher county sheriff's office had initially responded to a reported hostage situation at the farm. Police searched the property using drones helicopters and on the ground, Florence says there's a lot to unravel with this case. Oklahoma voters legalized medical marijuana in 2018 and the industry quickly boomed in
If Jan. 6 Was Planned, Why Didn't FBI Informants Flag It?
"Why didn't these confidential human sources warn us about the planned insurrection Strange right It was planned and the FBI had confidential human sources who clearly must have known about the plan and yet the planned insurrection happened anyway according to your telling of events That doesn't strike you as even Jim's got his head like cocked to the side Can the story about the bureau really get any worse I'm serious at this point Can the story about the FBI and their involvement in political affairs get anywhere since the answer is yes clearly So if it was a planned insurrection here's question number two From this point on known as the deuce there was a plan insurrection who planned it Oh now we start getting into the ugliest So if the FBI had a confidential series of confidential human sources working with the groups you believe colluded with Trump to plan the insurrection The confidential human source planet content Come on Let's coach Stan used to say come on guy Come on guy Where would you get that from Gee I don't know this July 2021 headline from the Washington examiner FBI informants had bigger role in Whitmer kidnapped than thought says report
You Cannot Trust 'Moderate' Democrats
"They are absolutely liars They try to befriend you and before an election you finally see them before an election they glad hand you they smile they try to show that they can relate and then they go to Washington And they're in a social circle They're in a political circle They're Democrats This is their ideology Please understand those of you who listen to understand but pass the word This is intentional This is not a mistake There's no confusion I played you purposely some of the audio of Biden and Biden's top economic advisers stay the course this is intentional And you need leadership you're certainly not going to get it from a so called moderate Democrat on these issues Look how Manchin even folded like a cheap tent So called moderate Democrat Look how cinema forwarded like a cheap tent What's that tricks name in northern New Jersey mister producer Cosh heimer whatever his name is Look how he folded like a cheap tent Gottheimer What a joke Stan Berger who people keep pushing in Virginia Republican I'm going what the hell are they talking about She folded like a cheap tank They all do It's party before a country It's power before compassion Passing government programs driving up the power of central government massively expanding the bureaucracy They're not missing a paycheck They're feeling perfectly fine I am telling you ladies and gentlemen that's not compassion
Trish Examines the Risk to Our Markets in the Coming Months
"Anyway, I want to get to what Stan was saying there with my friend Joe kernan at CNBC at a conference that they had recently take a listen to this because this is a guy who's seen it all a brilliant investor. Here's what he thinks. I will be stunned if we don't have a recession in 23. Don't know the timing, but certainly by the end of 23, I will not be surprised if it's not larger than the so called average garden variety. And I don't rule out, not my forecast, but I don't rule out something really bad. Why? Because if you look at the liquidity situation that has driven this, we're going to go from all this QE to QT, we're following an asset bubble, we've been doing all this running down on the SPR, which is now that's the strategic patrol in reserve. He's talking about the strategic petroleum reserve, and he's pointing out the Q T, which is the quantitative tiny. In other words, the fed is sucking all this money out of the system and he goes on to explain how many mistakes Janet Yellen made in all of this, but you've been spending so much money for so long and now you're doing the reverse. How do you not have a recession? But I think my friend Neil, we'll talk to him a little bit. In a little bit, I think he would argue this has been a long time come a long time coming because even before 2020, you had an extraordinarily aggressive fed. And it makes it so that we're facing a more catastrophic type of environment.
Leo Terrell: We Got to Get Rid of the Bureaucracy Come November
"Leo on a practical note the one the one reason I could never do that I'd be an FBI director is a candidly I would never ever get confirmed by the Senate I have way too many enemies in the Republican swamp as well And they just hate my guts and that it's fair I mean I'd have to have some appointed position that didn't require Senate confirmation because they just hate my guts But it does fascinate me what would happen if we got like maybe a Rick ronell type or a cash Patel type someone who understands what happened with spygate with legal experience if we got someone in there like that that really got to kind of peek in the shoe boxes and peek underneath the carpet see what they swept under there Leo I can almost guarantee you have an experience with GS 1811 federal agents at agencies that is probably a lot worse than even you and I think Oh Dan I think you're absolutely spot on Let me be very clear Besides having we have to win in November we have to win The White House We have to undo the damage that the Democrats have done as far as legislation the 46,000 86,000 IRS troops we got to undo it And you know the process And I'll tell you right now we get the right supermajority Dan bongino gets confirmed by the Senate and you take no prisoners in that clean it up We got to drain the swamp Stan and the bureaucracy survived We've got to get rid of them That is very
Sebastian Talks Mar-a-Lago Raid With Trump Lawyer Christina Bobb
"Most important guests we could have on the show. I think we need to reach out to president Trump as well, get him back on the show. But we have an eyewitness to what happened at Mar-a-Lago last week. She is an attorney to my former boss president Trump, Christina bob, welcome to America first. Thank you so much. I'm so excited to be here. All right, so let's do a sanity check. You're gonna be our verification. This is a former FBI agent called Stuart Kaplan, who gives us his understanding of what happened at Mar-a-Lago, cut 8 play cut. We know through her own statements, she was restricted and kept out if Christina bob was allowed to come in, she would have said, hey, guys, what are you looking for? Let me make your life a lot easier. Here are the documents. Here are the boxes. Be on your way and leave. I can only conclude one thing, Dan. The fact that they would prevent a council or a lawyer or the target of a search warrant to be prevented from watching just as a bird's eye view and keep in mind, I understand officer safety. We don't want to let anybody impede or obstruct a search. But it would always be one reason. And that Stan because they came in there, not really knowing what the hell they were looking for. It was a fishing expedition. They went through everything. They rifled through everything and they were hoping they were going to find some smoking gun. No, I don't know if you're like a triple quadruple black belt in ninjutsu, maybe you're a super dangerous person to 300 pound FBI agents in ceramic plated bulletproof vests. But what actually happened? Is that true were you kept out of the building? How did the raid go down? Give us a blow by blow, please, Christina, as eyewitness. Yeah, he was exactly right. I arrived on scene after I got a phone call that the FBI was braiding Mar-a-Lago, and I needed to respond so I got down there about ten 30. They had been there for a while, so I'm guessing they got their maybe 9 o'clock, probably no earlier than 8 o'clock in the morning. And I reached out to the FBI agents in charge there and I said, you know, I want to see a warrant. They pushed back. They originally didn't even want to let me see the warrant. We fought. I got to stop you here. I'm no lawyer. I'm no longer, but even if you're going into a crack house, my understanding and correct, I know I'm an immigrant. I only became an American citizen in 2012. My understanding is you must show the front page of a warrant to the person whose property you are rating. Am I wrong on that? Right. That's my understanding as well. And of course, I made that argument loud and clear to which they did then show me the warrant. They allowed me to see it. They did not give me a copy until the very end of about 9 or so hours later. I
Stuart Kaplan: FBI Had No Idea What to Look for at Mar-a-Lago
"Former FBI special agent Stuart Kaplan. Talking to Dan bongino on Fox News over the weekend. In this particular case, when the lawyer shows up and by the way, just so we know we're talking facts and not rumor. We know the lawyers were there, and that's a fact because she signed the inventory sheet. We know it's Christina bob. So that's a fact. We know through her own statements, she was restricted and kept out if Christina bob was allowed to come in, she would have said, hey guys, what are you looking for? Let me make your life a lot easier. Here are the documents. You're the boxes, be on your way, and leave. I can only conclude one thing, Dan. The fact that they would prevent a council or a lawyer or the target of a search warrant to be prevented from watching just as a bird side view and keep in mind, I understand officer safety. We don't want to let anybody in Peter obstruct a search. But it would always be one reason. And that Stan because they came in there, not really knowing what the hell they were looking for. It was a fishing expedition. They went through everything. They rifled through everything and they were hoping they were going to find some smoking gun. Totally exactly. It was the reality. That's the optics. That's the perception and that's the divisiveness that's being played out right now.
Ari Fleischer: The Media Is Dividing Americans, Unfair to Republicans
"Don't you think Ari this really makes him look not only ridiculous but at a touch I mean you know as well as anyone that politics is obviously a kitchen table issue All politics eventually are local And when you get an issue like inflation where you're going to the gas pump and you actually see the price doesn't it look kind of ridiculous to say well it's really not that bad and things are going to turn around tomorrow and make you look kind of elitist and snobbish Yeah What they're saying is people can only afford to fill half their tank and they're cutting back and they know they're not going to be able to take a vacation this year and the cost of milk the cost of heating your home because of cooling your home All of it is making you a witch end They're saying those people don't matter We don't see those people Everything is fine because we have to get our boss reelected Joe Biden wants to run again That's the common politician Stan They make it all about themselves instead of about the country And Biden's policies have dug the ditch that Biden is now stuck in And part of what the reason I wrote this book is because I'm so sick and tired of a media that gives it to one side the Republican side particularly the Trump side and gives mostly a pass to the democratic side What really got me fired up to write this book was watching three years of coverage about collusion and Steele dossier and any anonymous low level anybody official in the Trump administration if they said anything that was anti Trump the press gave it a bump made a senior White House official and they did everything in their power to take Trump down And as much as you know this about me I will call balls and strikes there are things the president did I agree with things like disagree with I'm blowing the whistle on the media because they are driving this country a part that polarizing us and they are totally unfair to Republicans and especially to Donald Trump
Peter Navarro: There's No Legislative Purpose to Testifying on Jan. 6
"Peter one of the things I find fascinating about this is this was a congressional subpoena correct To appear in front of the committee Now as you well know and I'm sure your lawyers know those congressional subpoenas Congress is not a law enforcement body They have to have a legislative purpose What was the legislative purpose may I ask of Peter Navarro who had nothing to do with January 6th at all What was the legislative purpose of you being called in front of the January 6th committee I absolutely none And when I argued Dan and my civil suit is what they're doing is pursuing a judicial function violating separators and powers engaging in judge jury executioner type behavior behind legally what they call a facially valid legislative function And this is one of the things See I think one of my missions here Dan I'm going to stand up for the constitution I'm going to stand up for the country I'm going to stand as a commander in chief I'd love to get my case in the Supreme Court because there's some deep issues here that for 5 years the 7 Democrats on that kangaroo committee tried through first the Russia hoax which is discredited two fully impeachment trial Stan and three three House resolutions to take Trump out of office on bogus grounds It's like a coup d'etat It's simply a violation of separation of powers And by the way the committee in and of itself does not have what's called a ranking minority member In other words a Republican that was just put in charge there in order to cooperate with the committee chair And under the House rules under the committee rules they're supposed to have that in order to be able to issue legal and enforceable subpoenas They don't have that I mean it's an illegal committee pursuing a judicial rather than a legislative function that violates separation of
Julie Kelly: Where's the Investigation Into the Jan. 6 Pipe Bomber?
"You are all over that story The infamous bomber left all these air quote bombs at the RNC and the DNC Julie They can't find the bomber They've arrested what 72,000 people who were involved Where's the bomber What's going on with that How could they not know who the pipe bomber is Where is the FBI investigation into that pipeline Remember Dan the news about two explosive devices found outside the headquarters of RNC and DMC which are just a few blocks from the capital dot prompted the first set of evacuation That shut off panic that day And you're telling me now 17 months later 800 plus Americans arrested including Peter Navarro and beating GOP candidate from Michigan 17 months later those people are being arrested but we can't find out who the pipe bomber is He can't get the FBI investigation into it There's nothing It's completely dead Will this committee address that There's no way Stan It will be completely membrane hold
Gorman's 2-run homer, 3 hits lift Cardinals over Padres 6-3
"Nolan Gorman and Paul Goldschmidt each hit two run home runs to lead the Saint Louis Cardinals to a 6 three win over the San Diego Padres Monday Goldschmidt's 11th home run of the season in the 7th inning extended his hitting streak to 21 games His 31 RBIs during the streak ties Stan Musial for the second most during a hitting streak in franchise history Goldschmidt says the individual feat isn't his top priority Anytime you know you can hear that that's a huge compliment So yeah it's not on my mind just like I said should I do my job try to play well help us win And whatever happens after that side of my control Andre Pelant allowed one run in three and a third innings of relief turn his first career win David Solomon St. Louis
"stan" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness
"I also know that it's possible to have these conversations and they don't have to be, in fact, they shouldn't be multi hour things. They should be short, in fact, you can have them in front, like when your kid is around as long as you're both regulated, you're taking care of each other as you're having the conversation. Like I said, you know, I want to hear where you're coming from. I want to tell you where I'm coming from. I want to reach an agreement together like Stan said that'll work for right now for maybe even like, let's just be real in the pandemic. Maybe for today. Today we're not going to do in timeouts, okay? Or just for right now and see how that goes. And I want to help in my own partnership and then with the couples that I work with is introduce that fluidity, like the improv scan was talking about, the yes and we can figure this out on the fly and trust each other enough to keep it moving. Well, we want to help couples move away from is that brittleness they can get into the rigidity, no, no, no, no. Then you've got conversations that no parent does have time for. Because they're not working, they're going on for days, hours. Weeks, and there is a lack of collaboration. And usually that's coming from stuck to go back to attachment theory stuck in their attachment strategies. And I just think I'm just thinking about myself. I don't feel safe. Your behavior is scaring me. I need to feel safe. And that isn't collaborative. And a lot of times that's unconscious people don't realize they're doing it. You know? And that's something people could say. Like, listen, I'm not feeling safe in this moment. Like, that's something you could say, and it's sometimes it's sounds funny. Like if that's not your normal modus operandi for communicating, but here you have permission to say, I don't feel safe in this relationship right now. This is how I'm feeling and and a secure functioning relationship that other partner has a responsibility to take care of that immediately now. Argument without question without excuse, I care. If you don't feel safe in this relationship, that's a problem for me as well. I'm going to take care of that because we are, we are, in fact, assuring each other, I am responsible for your safety and security at all times in this relationship. You are a responsible for mine. Therefore, I hear that and I'm going to take care of it right now. That has to happen. Would people say that's codependence? Yeah. It's interdependence because if we're tied together interdependently, not codependent, codependent, is a one way deal. I'm giving, I'm living on crumbs, giving you everything hoping I'll get something in return. No, this is a fully equal thing. We're mutual stakeholders, pal. I've got to do this. You got to do this, so do it. We both agreed. So this is, this is equal partnership. If you are unhappy, I will pay for it. I know this. There's no way that you can be unhappy or insecure or unsafe without me paying for it. It's in my best interest to shore that up. That's interdependency. Yeah. I think this is such a, this is such a healthy way of looking at it, but also very clear and logical. If the love the way you're presenting this is so very clear and logical and I think you're hard to do. And hard to do, yeah, so what are some, what are some places like what's maybe an easy place to start to start some of these conversations? Like, what are some ways to get started with it? To first, to first settle the matter, are we on the same page with regard to the relationship being the central thing? The couple comes first. Our well-being happiness comes before everything and everyone else for reasons I just explained because everyone's depending on us. Therefore, everybody, everything else, secondary, because if we go down everyone goes down. Second, do we tell each other everything? Does the right and left hand know exactly what they're doing. If not, why not? Because the greatest commodity in a union and alliance is information. So if we're not sharing and fully open with each other, then we're not able to do business well and other people are going to suffer for it. Are we do we have each other's backs at all times, no matter what, we could give each other notes in the background, but in front of people with each other, we are each other's guardians. We are each other's backers. We are absolutely protectors of each other because the world will never do that only we will by agreement. Do we deal with third things, third people, together or we do we do it separately. I just take care of my ex-girlfriend by myself. Well, no, that threatens you because you don't know what I'm doing over here. We handle all other things in people together. And that makes us awesome. That makes us powerful that makes us two people who can handle anything that comes across the table. Because the essence of a good couple is the amount of load bearing it can take and make no mistake as we move through time, there's increasing load bearing, and if we're not really good as a team, the wheels come off. And so we have to decide now where are we pointing? Do we agree on these things of how we're going to do business with each other? It's not about changing who we are. It's about how we interact. And that is a must because we want to be able to handle everything quickly without ever going to war, if possible. And we want to be able to create things, and we can only do that by really being good at working together, even though we're annoying pain in the ass human being. That'll never end. I love this. I love this vision. I want to just capture what you just said, rewind..
"stan" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness
"In partnership. And then in the parent child relationships. And we as human beings were wired to want to feel safe. And we need that. We need that. And so if we don't feel safe, we try to figure out ways to feel safe and sometimes if you're not feeling safe in a relationship, like if Stan and I were close, we're Friends. I'm not feeling safe with him. I'm going to do whatever I can to have that feeling of safety and that might be lashing out at him, making him a villain. It might be pulling away and retreating in some kind of self soothing behavior. That's what I'm going to do because I need to feel safe. And that's like what partners do with each other. When they're not providing each other and they're not providing themselves with that sense of safety and security, that's where we get into trouble. We want to feel it. We want to feel grounded. We want to feel safe and sometimes our methods of feeling safe are very self destructive. You know, based on our attachment strategies. Yeah, yeah, or culture. So it's so interesting because you guys place a very, you know, there's a clear foundation here, right? Like you have to feel safe, right? That's like the biological drive of the nervous system that's like the only system fully developed right at birth is like that. I need to feel safe system, right? And then, and then at the basis of the whole parent family relationship is the couple. And that couple needs to be have this feeling of safety within them for everything else to kind of flow from there. Right, that's why we say in the first guiding principle, the couple has to come first, like partners have to make each other feel safe and offer that sense of safety to each other. For everyone in the family to win. Because otherwise, their partners if they don't feel safe or doing their own things to feel safe, but then also children's sense that they sense that mom or dad doesn't feel safe or isn't getting their needs in that. And their survival is dependent on that on their parents. So kids will fill in the gaps. And that's why we want to help people learn another way of doing this by offering each other the sense of safety and love and belonging. So then kids can just be kids. They're like, they got it. They're good. I'm not going to worry about them. I'm going to do, you know, whatever it is I'm going to do. And that's ultimately what we really want to help people with. Okay, so let's imagine a couple has a kid, right? And they have a three year old, maybe they got another one on the way. I didn't mean to describe your situation if that's what it is. But anyway, so let's imagine that. But let's imagine a couple that maybe hasn't blond and she's blush. She's wearing overalls. And so there's, there may be feelings of resentment or unfairness and stuff like that that are coming up. And maybe a listener is in a situation like that and saying, well, how do I get back to? I mean, we've already been in this pattern for a while. We've had a baby bomb. We got another baby bomb coming. It's a minefield of babies around here. And how do we get back to this place of secure functioning team? Like for a lot of people might feel like a really far off kind of idea. If this was a natural thing, everybody would be doing it, right? Yeah, yeah, exactly. And it is actually a natural thing if we think of how all unions are formed. In a free society, unions unless it's a dictatorship or slavery, unions are based on shared principles shared purpose shared vision. Otherwise, there's no reason to do it, right? It's a deal or no deal kind of thing. So let's agree, let's agree to do this and let's agree not to do that. We say. And that is that is the basis of all unions throughout human history. The only union that is oddly characteristically not doing this is the romantic union. The romantic union is the only one where people go in with some kind of tacit understanding or idea, usually it's their separate ideas of what the relationship means and what the purpose of the relationship is. People will generally say it's about love. It's about attraction that's about spending having spent time together, or it's because of the kids. When it really should be purpose centered based on real things that people will do for each other and never do to each other. That they will work collaboratively and cooperatively and that they will both get what they want and they will both avoid what they don't want, right? That's how it should be. So whether you start before you have a baby, whether you start after you have a baby, whether you start when your kids are already grown and it doesn't matter, secure functioning relationships are the only kind that will last a very, very long time as long as people wish and will be happy. Any other system will end in rancor threat, unhappiness, resentment, lots of memory of what happened that was never repaired. And so this is why we say that this is really the important thing that couples do at any point to shore up their relationship and to ensure that the relationship is awesome, not just serviceable, right? It's got to be great. And so we have to remember that parenting is theater. We're showing not telling our children how to do relationship. And they're watching, they're watching to see how we share amongst our partners, how we take care of each other, how we respect each other, how we fall on our own swords and make amends, even though that's hard to do. Things in repair. So all of these things are important and it starts now. And so it's never too late to start to build this in to the relationship, otherwise we'd all be in trouble. But we can learn to do this. Yeah, and then I think to the example that you were saying, hunter, and kind of just building on what you just said Stan, it's like if that's happening and your relationship, it's great that you're aware of it. You.
"stan" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
"A lot of shooting. And a lot of shooting. A lot of shoes. You know, that's the thing. Butler and at a bile are both guys who can make plays. They play through them. And then you've got Tyler hero who's the best bench player in the league, can really score. And then you've got Robinson stress, Vincent. Martin, I mean PJ Tucker is shot the ball real well. Kyle Lowry and now they're toughness is just, that's the physically probably the toughest team in the league. I still think Milwaukee's probably better. Everybody at full strength. I still like Milwaukee, brook Lopez looks good to me. You know, he can still play the role that he's played all these years. They needed him back to have some size. I'd still probably pick them if I had to pick it, I'd pick them and Phoenix to be right back in the finals again with a different result this time. Well, and by the way, since you mentioned Jimmy Butler's reputation or his past, there's also one of the all time greatest game of zones episodes featuring Jimmy Butler and that Timberwolves team that he was part of. That one's also worth looking up. I'll send you both links. This has been a, this has been a blast folks. Stay tuned because after Stan, we still have Hall of Famer Ben Wallace coming up for the latter part of the episode. Stan, this has been great, man. Thanks so much. We'll have to do it again during the playoffs..
"stan" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
"Yeah, I've got two guests for the second week in a row. We're very generous here at SI. First, I've got the Hall of Famer Ben Wallace, former NBA champion with the pistons, of course. Ben has launched a new cannabis venture, it's called undrafted, a nod to his own career, of course, which you can learn more about at BW as in Ben Wallace, BW undrafted dot com. We discussed that new venture, as well as a bevy of NBA topics. Of course, having to include had to include defensive player of the year because Ben Wallace won four of those tied with to kimbi matumbo for the most ever. Ben Wallace actually second, I should say, in the pod because first up, I've got Stan van Gundy of TNT and NBA TV. We had a ton to discuss, of course, at this late stage in the season, we get into the sun's title hopes why he thinks that Phoenix is absolutely the favorite. How far the grizzlies can go, what the Celtics can do now without Robert Williams, how far can the nets get after their weird jagged season? Plus, Stan gives us his picks for coach of the year and defensive player of the year and lots, lots more, never any shortage of strong opinions when you have Stan van Gundy on the pod. Before we get to all that, a reminder, please rate review and subscribe to the crossover wherever you get your podcasts. If you got feedback for me, please hit me on Twitter at Howard Beck. Okay, Stan van Gundy followed by Ben Wallace all coming up next so stick around. Now very pleased to welcome Stan van Gundy Stan. How are you,.
Jim Hanson and Jack Posobiec Talk Freedom Conveys Sweeping the Globe
"We are joined by the ambassador of trucker Stan, the man himself Jack posobiec. Hey, brother, how you doing? Yes, it is honk master posto. I've come down from the great wilds of the north and really to tell you how this thing has spread like a Prairie fire across the entire northern tier of this border, we're also now getting reports through telegram and getter and just all the different chats out there that there are freedom convoys now going across Europe, specifically we're talking about in Vienna, the actual liberation of Vienna in this Brussels in Belgium, and then even in France, they've called it the combo de la liberte, is now amassing outsiders. Those sound great, the convoy de la lique is amassing outside of Paris. President Macron has deployed armed police vehicles, armored police vehicles, the riot squad right controls to try to block them from coming into Paris so it really looks that this weekend is going to be an inflection point, not just Ottawa, not just that ambassador bridge, not just Edmonton coming up towards Calgary and Alberta and then Manitoba as well all across the Canadian border. You're now seeing this in Europe. I'm getting reports of Romania, New Zealand. This is coming in all over the place.
Julie Kelly: Was Ray Epps an Informant for Any Government Agency?
"That's right because they're very careful to parse their denial with the fact he was not tied to law enforcement Well you know the Stan he could be a government asset for any agency Local or federal he could be part of the intelligence community or military some people have even suggested he was a crisis actor working with the Democrats to DMC and of course while we have to do is go back to the Russia collusion hoax to see how they used political operatives to promote destructive narrative against Donald Trump So we'll see why won't they want to January 6th committee interview him under oath in public If it's important to get the truth quote unquote truth to the American people about what happened at Dave Let's start with rates talk about what he did why he is escaping charges who if anyone he was working with and why more than a year later he remains uncharged when Dan just this week three more men in Illinois charged with four misdemeanors the FBI rounded them up charged them They're going to be facing charges possible short prison sentences for just being in the wrong place at the wrong time They absolutely was too in a restricted area outside the capitol building So they're really having a hard time explaining why so many others Now 720 people have been charged arrested and charged by ray apps still as a freelance doesn't make a lot of
Judge blocks Biden vaccine mandate for federal contractors
"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi reporting reporting a a federal federal judge judge blocks blocks the the Biden Biden administration administration from from enforcing enforcing a a covert covert nineteen nineteen vaccine vaccine mandate mandate the the blighted blighted ministration ministration has has hit hit another another roadblock roadblock in in its its efforts efforts to to implement implement coronavirus coronavirus vaccine vaccine mandates mandates U. U. S. S. district district judge judge R. R. Stan Stan Baker Baker in in Augusta Augusta Georgia Georgia has has blocked blocked the the administration administration from from enforcing enforcing a a cobit cobit nineteen nineteen vaccine vaccine mandate mandate for for employees employees of of federal federal contractors contractors Baker Baker issued issued the the stay stay blocking blocking enforcement enforcement of of the the mandate mandate to to nationwide nationwide it's it's the the latest latest in in a a series series of of vaccine vaccine mandates mandates set set backs backs for for the the administration administration as as Republican Republican led led states states and and others others have have been been successfully successfully challenging challenging federal federal vaccine vaccine requirements requirements all all three three of of Biden's Biden's broad broad vaccine vaccine mandates mandates affecting affecting the the private private sector sector have have now now been been put put on on hold hold by by courts courts might might cross cross CEO CEO Washington Washington
Braves take Series opener...Lakers win without LeBron
"AP sports I'm guessing call block the Braves began their first World Series since nineteen ninety nine with a six two win over the Astros Jorge Soler became the first player ever to lead off the World Series opener with a home run to help Atlanta build a five nothing lead after three innings however Braves starter Charlie Morton exited after two and a third innings with a broken right calf bone that will sideline him the remainder of the series Atlanta's Max freed opposes Houston's Jose or key in game two Wednesday Blackhawks GM Stan Bowman resigned Tuesday after a team investigation revealed he mishandled allegations that an assistant coach sexually assaulted a player during the team's two thousand ten Stanley Cup run in the NBA the Lakers survived with star lebron James sidelined by an ankle injury as Anthony Davis and Russell Westbrook combined for sixty eight points in a one twenty five one twenty one win over the spurs and Carli Lloyd wrapped up her stellar U. S. women's national team career in a six nothing friendly win over South Korea Geffen Coolbaugh AP sports
Series to start...NFL: protocols working...Blackhawks probe
"AP sports sign Geffen cooled off the Braves began their first World Series since nineteen ninety nine with a six two win over the Astros correspondent Adam Spillane has the details in Houston for home Salerno Adam duvall smacked home runs as the Atlanta Braves took game one of the World Series by beating the Houston Astros so where's Homer came on the game's third page and do falls third inning two run shot St the Braves to a five nothing the doing that on the road and you know kind of get them first at bat jitters out of the way it is big so you know obviously this is a long series is gonna be a dogfight Charlie Morton started for Atlanta but had to leave in the third inning after suffering a fractured right fibula beginning before NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said Tuesday the league will not release the findings of its ten month investigation into allegations that the Washington football team engaged in harassment and abuse we think protecting the people that helped us get to that place the people that unfortunately had to live through that experience there we respect them and make sure that we protect them in the NBA the Lakers survived with star lebron James sidelined by an ankle injury as Anthony Davis and Russell Westbrook combined for sixty eight points in a one twenty five one twenty one win over the spurs the jazz beat the nuggets one twenty to one ten the Knicks knocked up the seventy Sixers one twelve ninety nine the mavs down the rockets one sixteen one oh six and the warriors top the thunder one oh six ninety eight Blackhawks GM Stan Bowman resigned Tuesday after a team investigation revealed he mishandled allegations that an assistant coach sexually assaulted a player during the team's two thousand ten Stanley Cup run in the NHL entry Polat and Ryan McDonagh scored ten seconds apart in the second period in the defending champion lightning's five to one route of the penguins the flames topped the devils five to three the wild held on to beat the Canucks three to two the crack and flatten the Canadians five to one the jets adds the docks four to three and the golden knights said predators are in three to one wins over the avalanche and sharks respectively yes I'm cool bokeh piece sports
COVID-19 Surge in the US: The Summer of Hope Ends in Gloom
"Summer. That was supposed to mark america's independence from kovic nineteen is instead drawing to a close with the us more firmly under the tyranny of the virus with deaths per day. Back up to where they were in much. The delta variant is filling hospitals sickening alarming numbers of children and driving corona virus deaths in some places to the highest levels of the entire pandemic school systems that reopened the classrooms or abruptly switching back to remote learning because of outbreaks legal disputes threats and violence from republicans have erupted over mosque and vaccine requirements. The us death toll now stands at more than six hundred fifty thousand with one major forecast model projecting able top seven hundred and fifty thousand by december. I it wasn't supposed to be this way more than six months into the. Us vaccination drive president. Joe biden held a white house party on july fourth to celebrate the country's freedom from the virus and other political leaders had high hopes for a more close to normal summer. The summer wave was fueled by the extra contagious delta variant combined with stock resistance to vaccinations that formed along political and geographic lines. Said dr stan vermond of the yale school of public health. The us recorded twenty six thousand eight hundred deaths and more than four point two million infections in august. The number of monthly positive cases was the fourth-highest total since the start of the pandemic the twenty twenty one delta driven onslaught is killing young americans at a much higher rates than previous waves of the pandemic in the northeast last spring. The sun belt in the summer of twenty twenty and the deadly winter surge around the holidays even before the delta variants became dominant experts. Say there were indications that large gatherings and relaxed social distancing measures will fueling new cases exposing a floor in some republican governors plans not to enforce distancing or mask mandates
Economists Blame Spreading Delta Variant for Weaker-Than-Expected Jobs Report
"The labor department says many fewer jobs were created during august. compared to june july. The agency released its latest report on employment today. Two hundred thirty five thousand jobs were created last month. Hundreds of thousands of jobs fewer than in prior months. Stan stovall is with. Cf are a research. He says economists think that the spreading delta variant of the corona virus kept people away from jobs Many people are worried are therefore staying away from either jobs or outside activities etc which either has a direct or a cascading effect on employment. The unemployment rate dipped in august. Two five point. Two percent
"stan" Discussed on Wealth Is In The Details Podcast
"The bond guys are known for being the the the boring crowd at the company christmas party. Nobody wants to talk to him until all of a sudden everyone does women. That's topsy turvy. See in the markets in trouble. And you're really relying on ear. Bond manager to provide safety. Our number one goal for all investors is always going to be the preservation of principle that trumps all else that trump's income that trump's performance we kid around or not kid around it's really a our internal mindset is our job is to keep our investors wealthy first and foremost peer. You have plenty of other options in terms of investments that you can be sort of high flying or growth or risk on as they say that can create more wealth we want to produce some income we want to produce some extra well but our number one job is protecting capital so the majority of our clients tend to be a wealthy individuals that are looking to make sure they're capital is in place or wealthy institutions but we do work with quite a bit of a younger more aggressive types of investors that that'll use as a nice sort of placeholder maybe they have concerns about other investment opportunities and they wanna place capital for a few years. The high quality safety and the liquidity in the bond market can be great to us almost depending on how you structure the portfolio but can be used sort of as a sounding off point to pull capital from one investment invest in the other and vice versa. We see quite a bit of that. Yeah and that that. Non correlation between those risky volatile assets like stocks is really advantageous. So even if it's a ten fifteen twenty percent of a portfolio it can make a big difference and in the long run. It's real rewarding as well so you're definitely not boring. It's very smart group of people. Ed i really appreciate you being one of one of our our partners or go to advisory firms for for that so thanks and it really So glad you could join us. If a listener would like to discuss bonds or like a second opinion on the on the on the bonds or the funds they own. I suggest they reach out to me. And then if it's appropriate. I can bring you into the conversation stan. Would that be okay with you. That would be fantastic. I would love that. I mean there's so many little nuances deeper. Conversations about taxable municipal bonds or how bonds trade or how to get the most bang for each individual investors bach customize a portfolio. Please lean on us. We'd love to do that. Our role is to work as a sub advisor. So we work on behalf of advisory firms like yourself. Obviously yourself firms you've worked with. We've done quite a bit of due diligence on us way before we were given the right to participate here today and obviously peter. You've put us through our paces with plenty of tough questions before given this opportunity so we'd love the opportunity to speak with individual clients and i'm sure peter's already asked that question so bring him on. Great shall do stan. Thanks thanks so much for joining us. I if if listeners wanna reach out to me please go to my website at raskin planning dot com and reach out and my our contact. Information.
"stan" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain
"No tried now. You know what i did try. I emailed them I talked to him that night. I tried to apologize. Obviously he didn't really want to hear it. And now i really. I really haven't ever too late and publicly several times but I don't even know where jeff is. I may be back in portland on you now. But i mean a good guy and they had treated me ride and the whole thing. It just wasn't was not a was not a proud moment for me. Well i think if it's still bugs you it's never too late to reach out you just never know it's worth it. I think so you talk about you. Know when you're ten years have ended with places. People are usually looking for a reason and sometimes coaches and systems or teams just fall out of favour run their course but you talked about the the shack thing the dwight howard thing right the dwight howard might somehow be involved Now with the pelicans. Your most recent job people tried to make it about zion and his family and you've said maybe not not based on any interactions. You had though right like you. It didn't feel like it was about zion but again that's the one that gets the headline right. Yeah and and listen first of all in no cases. Were you know the players responsible for for getting me fired first of all. I've said this to sarah. This idea that players get coaches fired. The decisions are made by owners in front offices. Except for lebron offices end the owners have to make the decision and it sorta taken them off the hook by blaming it on a player certainly player in the nba players are the most important part of our league and certainly the really good players have every right to voice their opinion to management and say. I really don't like land this guy. Whatever but the management makes their makes their decision. I know for a fact that shock had nothing to do with getting me fired in In miami in orlando white. And i had a head a dust up..
"stan" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain
"I think in large part because i fit very well into their salary structure since i was still getting paid by wisconsin. They really didn't have to pay me much at all. Just enough to get into the pension plan and healthcare plan and so i got an opportunity and head. My brother not been as good as he was as an assistant to pat. There's no way. I land that but i think patch said well. Jeff was great. Stan must be at least decent. Yeah go wow. Nepotism has been has been the key to success for so many but you had to keep the gig and you had to prove yourself what you did for a long time. 'cause a dozen years with that team to take me to the moment and now you've talked about this for a long time in many years since but the idea of okay. The team's not that great. Let's give the job over to van gundy to be the head coach and riley will be the president but not have to work on an everyday basis with the team. Then you start. Coaching really well. The team gets really good at all of a sudden like. I think i'd like to be the coach again. Take advantage just some of the success. How did that feel and and did it feel like what now history remembers it as which is him. Just run you out to take that job back now. That's not what happened all and listen. That's probably one of the most disciplining things in my career to be honest because i have a really strive to to be honest in general but especially with the media. I've tried to be honest in forthcoming and now this is my first. Nba head coaching job. And i think the media there would would have said at that point. You know for over two years. I had been both honest and forthcoming and then when i said that it was my decision to step down nobody believed me name and so it really upset me because i you.
"stan" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain
"We were very competitive. So i need to. I need a good story about your dad. Being your coach at whatever level it is. I need one of those moments. That's either quintessential son of a coat. Or maybe the storming out. I never wanna talk to you again. Kind of vibe. Well i didn't play for my dad. Until i got to college. I played for him at brookwood. Stayed in new york. And the my most memorable Moment there was. I was sophomore. And i didn't start. Came off the bench i was. We were playing in a tournament which in the rochester area new york is a big small college tournament all of the local division three school. I was having my best game. I'd ever had to that point and i was scorned. I ended up maybe sixteen points in the game probably averaged about five or six at season so it was a big game and i got beat on one dry literally one drive and my dad took me out of the game never to put me back again in that game in your care about his shooting the ball i like. I wasn't very good. But i played hard and i tried to pride and i got beat one time. I never got back into the game and my motivations were questioned. Yes some tells me maybe he did that. He needed an excuse to be to prove that he wasn't going to be The guy the guy was offering favoritism to his son so he waited for that one small error so we could prove to everybody that he wasn't going gonna take you know he wasn't you know when i was in high school. He didn't get to see me play a lot because he was coaching but he came to one of our games. And i remember. Listen i did in high school. Shoot the ball pretty much. Every time i touched it pretty much And i remember him coming to one of my games either my sophomore junior year in high school and i get in the car with the afterwards and he said to me i hate watching you play impassable about no a yellow tough love love criticism. Maybe dan than praised. It was always a point. I hate watching you play. And then he went on to say you have to pass the ball more. You have to help your teammates more so it was always about. It was always about getting better. You know i tell people. I live in the kind of family that you know if i came home and i had five as in a b. plus on a report card we're going to spend an hour talking about the be plus what happened. Why was it. Why is it a b plus. Why isn't an a. What do you need to do all of that. I mean that's just the way we were. I mean i never felt like i needed to get straight a.'s. Or to achieve athletically for my parents to love me. They love me unconditionally but they also pushed me harder than anyone ever did like. That's most people would say. Wow those are really good grades now like what happened on that plots what happened you. Didn't you didn't study for one task. Why not what were you doing. That's just sounds very familiar. I actually we'll get right back to the interview but i. What is your favorite word.
"stan" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain
"His activists spirit his thoughtfulness when it comes to politics issues of race. Voting rights plus. Obviously the fire takes on food items like playing chips. I liked him more and more every single time. I heard him make an appearance on the lebatardshow He's friends with those guys often goes on and this felt like he was always making sense about things both large and small important and inconsequential and there was honestly so much more. I wanted to get into with him on this pod but we re crunched for time so know. Maybe maybe you'll have to have back sometime. We do get into playing for. His dad is a coach and getting benched his issues with sports media coverage as a coach an incident over a decade ago that he still feels guilty about the prison education work. He's done what happened with the pelicans and him and also what's next it's great interview. Guys are gonna love stand. That's what she said so. The dilemma was actually foreshadowing for the introduction. To this man. Because of course. I was impressed with him as a basketball coach. Of course. i'm interested and intrigued by the stories from behind the scenes of all the different players that he's worked with and teams. He's been a part of. But it was when i was listening to him. Make an appearance on the dan. Lebatardshow stu gods. And he mentioned that plane. Chips are superior to all others and that the dip provide the flavor not the weird chemical accumulation. That is supposed to pretend to be flavor that i realized we were kindred spirits and it went on beyond that to so much more than just chip flavorings to social commentary and and other intelligent but ultimately meaningless opinions on food related things and i realize that We should be friends. And that's why we're here today and so we'll get into A lot of the things. We connect them. But we gotta start way back when stan to you as a little kid. I know you and your brother. Jeff were sons of a basketball coach. So were you one note for most of your youth was at all basketball the time or did you dabble in other. Things wasn't all bad. Listen if i had my way. If i were even remotely good enough i would have been a baseball player. I mean i love baseball still do wanted badly to be good at. It was pretty good in little league and once we stepped up. I grew up northern california to pony league with thirteen and fourteen year olds and i hid under one hundred striking out in more and more than half my bats whatnot. Not because i was a power hitter. Either yeah i sort of realized that was over and i wasn't even going to be good enough to play in in high school. And so then. We sorta shifted over to basketball. So then do you think it was a different kind of athleticism that allowed you to play high school and college basketball or was it solely the the efforts of your father and his strategic that that got you pass whatever hump slow slowdown in baseball yet. No i think the main reason i was able to play high school basketball was a lack of talent that i had to compete against. No i think also having grown up around the game and with my dad. My brother and i were in the gym all the time..
"stan" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain
"To that's what she says. Was sarah spain a podcast about well. Whatever the hell i want. Actors musicians athletes comedians. Neuroscientist wine experts. If i find somebody interesting. I'm bringing them to you. We'll talk about how they became who they are how they found success battle failures and how they ended up here talking to me. Hello my name. Is stan van. Gundy and my dilemma is. What snacks do i serve. When i drink people out on the pontoon boat. Because i do have people even in my family who like flavored chips on morally opposed to that sarah. I believe chip should be plain. The dip provides the flavor and so it is a moral dilemma for me. See now this is why i love you stand because i'm totally agreed. Morally opposed to the creation of weird flavors using odd chemical combinations created in a lab. Maybe you could slip into barbecue chap every once in a while. Maybe but keep those cool ranch in french. Onion and nacho blast or whatever chips away from me okay fla gimme a plane chip preferably tortilla with a delicious fresh guac or assault artichoke. Dip a green goddess a hamas. There are so many ways to dip into some natural flavors made an actual food instead a b thirty four and e seventy eight. I remember. I saw this junk food. Scientists this guy who used to work for one of the big junk food companies on the daily show talk about creating the exact right mix of emami salt sugar to get people eating more and more and more of their chips and never filling up and i really. I felt like i'd been duped. I did not like the idea of some weird combination of chemicals being designed exactly to keep me eating and eating and never being fully so now. I just as much as i can. I try to stay away from too much process stuff. I like actual ingredients that. I can identify that. Make up what. I'm eating and so chips with a delicious fresh dip so much better than the flavored kind now that being said dips are trickier on a boat. So you've got to serve them once you're sort of floating or cruising slowly. Psa avoid the waves when you're dipping. That's what she said. Today's guest is nba coach. Stan van gundy. Who went from the college ranks to head coach of the miami heat orlando magic. Who took to the o-9 nba finals Head coach and president of baseball ops for the pistons and then most recently was the head coach for the new orleans. Pelicans for one season is also worked as an analyst for tnt a professor at stetson you currently fun employed after parting ways. With the pelicans after that one season. I don't often have coaches on here or really want to. But i'm fascinated by stan van gundy..
"stan" Discussed on The Pig Wrestlers
"I'd generally find myself having to edit most of what i say because usually known since and let Today it will be a notable exception. Because you'll just most mostly have to edit me out a joke rain. You're listening to the pig. Wrestlers appalled cost. Where ray ni- reviewing this book never wrestle with a pig by mark mccormack. I stand a fire. Division bashing about is figuring out how we use technology to shift away from the healthcare. While where you go to the clinic warrior ill religious. Mama wear to knowledge You should now isn't fierce our months or days. You might have or else is wrong with this. Is what excites me. The most is applying weirdo To reduce and in that way save lives enemy healthier more accessible and more reckless ables. Before i introduce. Stand like stunt phyllis again way to his crumbs. Well if it's my inner child. Mutual back-to-school just have the knowledge my life just i feel wary love stan deliverable on that with a straight face. It's the was to the deepest british values of not taking so serious that is the highest. British matthys immigrants. That's what i learned over the recommend up to my kid's school in ways that eats yet that..
"stan" Discussed on The Tattness Podcast
"We all should be son's outbursts to well. That's up y'all podcast today. We're talking about some shed. That really is fucking personal To me and there's so many a fucking moving parts to this ship that kind of pissing me the fuck off to be honest eh. But these addressed stan. We've talked about this before. Mental health is kind of thing..
"stan" Discussed on Gambling With an Edge
"So the servant life of the you know super wealthy So anyway yeah. Those are my recommendations downton abbey and gosford. Park did you. What's been dot number. We're at one point five. Or i watched it at normal speed. Yeah i liked that. That took a long time for me. I recently finished a novel by daniel silva called the other woman civil rights thrillers. Who whose protagonist is both an art restore had worked for israeli intelligence. This particular book imagines that infamous double agent. Kim philby who was a british intelligence agent. Who also worked for the soviets. He had an illegitimate daughter who is now following in philby's footsteps. At the end of the book the author explains how much is fact. and how much is fiction. It is quite interesting so stanford preska. You have a recommended for us. I do a great book. I read recently was hailed from the pit. Which is a book. David schwartz on. Unlv gaming crafts Casino table games managers in your own words as told to david schwartz as we all know from having been in casinos before certain challenges for everyone who works in casino because patriots aren't always the most pleasant. Sometimes you see incredible roles at the table where somebody holds the dice for forty five minutes. And there's a lot a lot of great reading there. I highly recommend that book. I think for anyone who's ever been to a casino has an interest in gaming. I think it certainly enjoyable read. It is david was a guest on our show. Possibly we will have the link to you in the notes. I'm giving richard some homework which he didn't know i was gonna do but He was a guest sometime back about that book and it was And we both read it and enjoyed it all right. So thank you. Very much stan. Thank you richard. Hit lots of royal flush. Is everybody good day..
"stan" Discussed on Leadership Lab with Dr. Patrick Leddin
"What doesn't just do what's important to us. That is very important. That can think back to those ideals. You talked about earlier ultimately. It's it's it's easy to easier to stay tethered to stay tethered difficult times. If you know what you're connected to train yeah. It gets back to ask the question. Why is it that way and someone says well. it's been that way while no we just. We just proved. It doesn't have to be that way. So what do we want it to be. And those are very important conversation. Some of which are be it had. But in many cases i think they're fairly superficial. I think we need to have deeper conversations about how we want our society to work how we want our politics door how we want our economy to work. And you know in the moment when everybody's just trying to go on vacation or you know. Enjoy a post kobe thing. There's a little reticence to have those but things will happen in an unfortunately if we missed the moment if if we take the next year and we don't take advantage of it. The pieces will slow. Down inertial a setback in short of wherever wheel and it will be hard to adjust again and so we don't want another pandemic to help us. Well stand you said. We had a gift of this moment to make some new choices. I think we had a gift today with you. Being on the podcast. I really appreciate your service to our country The lessons you're teaching all of us as leaders and your willingness to spend thirty minutes or so chatting with myself and the audience. I really appreciate that so much that you're completely my honor and thanks for all you. Oh my pleasure. Take care of yourself. Low folks that's all. I have for today's episode. My thanks to general retired stan mcchrystal for joining me today to discuss leadership and global an ever changing world..
"stan" Discussed on Leadership Lab with Dr. Patrick Leddin
"You're gonna learn a great deal from this conversation so grab something to write with. Sit back and prepare to take some notes. As general retired stan mcchrystal and i meet in the leadership lab stanley.
"stan" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Stan Kronke is not going to routinely spend into the luxury tax. Guys for the Warriors or Mickey Aronson, with the Miami Heat like they'll do it. Why? Because that's that's their baby. Stan Kroenke's got worry about a lot of babies. He's got Arsenal, Baby. He's got Rams babies got nuggets Babies got avalanche babies Got rapids baby, He's got mammoth baby. He's got so fi stadium, baby. And that's his favorite child. Sofi Stadium, not the Rams. Sofi Stadium. That's his favorite child. His favorite team. His team Sofi Stadium. They're going to allow him. To own more teams, which will mean that those teams that he owns are going to be more restricted in terms of what they'll be able to spend in payroll because he's got to worry about all of these different Properties. And you don't allow Owner NFL owners to own Other teams in other NFL markets. So stand Krockey turns over the nuggets and avalanche to his wife. And everything's good. I want to I have never seen Stan Kroenke's wife. That ball arena. That doesn't mean that she doesn't go. I just don't see her ever. I've never seen her. I've seen Stan Kronke. They're like half a dozen times. He's the owner of the team. We all know that. Let's Josh play around with The Nuggets. They neglect the avalanche all the time. Like is that the spirit like letter of the law Stand crock is fine letter of the law. Dan Snyder's fine. He gives up control to his wife. Is that the.
"stan" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
"To you. Can you can do that. Was that for that. So i guess it's time for still not record..