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"stephen peters" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

06:45 min | 4 months ago

"stephen peters" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"And I think for the voters out there who haven't voted, and we do know that over 47 million of still already have. I think it comes down to which candidate understands the meaning of those two words Sacred and trust. And I think you know, people might not think that directly. But I think in the back of their minds, that is something that really is at stake here In this very crucial moment. Just a dozen days before Election Day, Stephen Peter Mayer, who had the privilege and responsibility of covering the White House for about four decades for this network. Thank you very much. We'll be back with you in just a 2nd 1st. We want to turn to Leonard Steinhorn, our CBS news political analyst and a professor of political communication at American University. Lenny, a clear shift in style on the president's part tonight fewer interruptions. He was gracious toward the moderator at one point, complimenting NBC's Kristen Welker, Despite Slamming her with criticism all week did the president's style. Do you think it worked to his advantage tonight? Look, this was a sit down dinner compared to the food fight a few weeks ago. The bar was low for President Trump after the last debate, So by not interrupting a lot, he probably scored some points. And he wanted to go into this debate, basically portraying himself as a president who's gotten things done and portraying Joe Biden as sort of a regular politician all talk, no action and also as self serving and arguably corrupt. He made those points repeatedly. He also said that Joe Biden as vice president wasn't able to get things done that he couldn't get things done on criminal justice on health care on immigration on North Korea. The president tried to show himself as a man of action and decision and accomplishment. And Joe Biden is just a regular, perhaps corrupt politician who talks but doesn't act so but here's the thing. When you actually drill down into a lot of what the president said a number of his attacks were exaggerations, falsehoods myth. True's essentially talking points he hears on Fox. Okay, and, yes, he was more substantive tonight, but it was substantive in the sense of talking around issues rather than laying out much of a roadmap for he's going these next four years. Beyond saying that he would continue the policies of his first three years in office. Now, Joe Biden look a times he stumbled over some words. But he did Parry the attacks got in his own jabs deny the accusations was probably more substantive in a policy sense on issues like health care and race and climate change, so he was able to hold his own. Did President Trump improve his standing Because of this? Yes. He may have scored some more points for being more civil and for appearing more substantive, But to Joe Biden lose anything from this debate. Probably not. I'll tell you this. If there was one winner in this debate, it was the moderator Kristen Welker. She was on her toes. She made good follow up questions. She kept control of this debate. And because of her, it didn't descend into the type of debate. We saw that first time around. Americans are grateful for that. Leonard Steinhorn, thank you very much. Let's hear some of the highlights as we continue. Our CBS News coverage of this final presidential debate, which began with the discussion on the Corona virus, and Joe Biden essentially said that the president has been presiding over a disaster with more than 200,000. People dying, and Biden said as many as 200,000 more people could die according to some forecasts, but before the end of the year Andi essentially said the president hasn't been taking it seriously enough. He talks about where this is. Don't worry. It's all me over soon. Come on. There's not another serious scientists in the world thinks it's gonna be over soon. President Trump your reactionary over soon I say we're learning to live with it. We have no choice. We can't lock ourselves up in a basement like Joe does he has he has the ability to lock himself up? I don't know. He's obviously made a lot of money someplace. Biden left on that line. The president uttered learning to live with it. He says that we're you know, we're learning to live with it. People are learning to die with him. You folks home. We'll have an empty chair at the kitchen table this morning. That man, our wife going to bed tonight and reaching over, try to touch their out of habit where their wife or husband, Wass is gone. Learning to live with it. Come on. Now. Going into tonight's debate, the president and his aides talked a great deal about the allegations that had they've aired and there have been a rating mainly in conservative media about Joe Biden. Son Hunter. Here's how it came up in the debate. All of the e mails, the emails, the horrible e mails of the kind of money that you were raking in you and your family. And you are you a vice president when some of this was happening, and it should have never happened. And I think you owe an explanation to the American people. Why is it somebody just had a news conference a little while ago who was essentially supposed to work with you and your family? But what he said was damning and Regardless of me. I think you have to clean it up and talk to the American people. Maybe you could do it right now. Yes, President Biden. You may respond, and then I did follow up on the election security. I have not taken a penny from any foreign source ever in my life. We learned that this president Paid 50 times The tax in China as a secret bank account with China does business in China and in fact is talking about me taking money? I have not taken a single penny from any country. What, so ever ever so there? You heard the flat denial from Joe Biden the denial that he ever took a dime from any of the business deals. That have been the subject of reports in the last week. Let's turn to our CBS News contributor Peter mayor, former White House correspondents of the biking, dismissing allegations about his son's business practices. Perhaps if people have been tuned into conservative media over the past week, they might be familiar with some of these details. But do you think any of the things aired by the president's stuck to Biden tonight? Well, I think a lot of it frankly, was probably lost in the weeds. Stephen. They got into this discussion about which family had the most dirty laundry. I think on DA, you know, Joe Biden said. It's not about his family or my family. It's about your family, and he launched into one of his trademark look right into the camera and talk directly to the American people. And then Donald Trump in what could have been a strategic mistake put Biden down for trying to connect with regular Americans. He mocked Biden for talking about regular families. Perhaps that resonates with with Donald Trump's core supporters..

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"stephen peters" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

06:39 min | 4 months ago

"stephen peters" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Melania Trump, the first lady standing alongside the president. And there's Jill Biden, the former second lady standing next to her husband, Joe Biden, who is now put on a mask. I'm Stephen Portnoy, and you're listening to live coverage of the final presidential debate from CBS News. CBS News political analyst Leonard Steinhorn and CBS News contributor Peter Mayer are with us now. Peter Start with you. Your thoughts is we finally got to hear policy views from both candidates tonight. Well, what an evening, Stephen. Ah, you know, I think there's probably no way this moves the meter very much. There are few undecided voters out there according to all the polls, if you Want to take a ride on the polar coaster. You know, I think after 2016 a lot of people don't want to think too much about polls. But you know, we heard starkly differing, not surprisingly, starkly differing stands on display tonight. On everything from Donald Trump's tax is revisiting that story again with the sort of the broken record that we've heard for the four years about I'm under audit. And I have checked with any number of tax experts of private tax experts. Congressional tax writing experts. There's really nothing in the law that says if you're under audit, you can't release your personal tax returns. But perhaps Mr Trump's advisers, his legal and tax advisers were telling him Not to do that, but we've heard that so many times before. Look This was the closing moment for both of these candidates. I don't want to sound too sanctimonious, but You know, after covering these debate, since 1980 covering six presidents of privilege, which I know you is the White House correspondent now will will agree is a privilege. I have come to see the presidency as a sacred trust. And I think for the voters out there who haven't voted, and we do know that over 47 million of still already have. I think it comes down to which candidate understands the meaning of those two words Sacred and trust. And I think you know people might not think that directly, but I think in the back of their minds, that is something that really is at stake here In this very crucial moment. Just a dozen days before Election Day, Stephen Peter Mayer, who had the privilege and responsibility of covering the White House for about four decades for This network. Thank you very much. We'll be back with you in just a 2nd 1st. We want to turn to Leonard Steinhorn, our CBS news political analyst and a professor of political communication at American University, Lenny a clear shift in style on the president's part Tonight fewer interruptions. He was gracious toward the moderator at one point, complimenting NBC's Kristen Welker, Despite Slamming her with criticism all week did the president's style. Do you think it worked to his advantage tonight? Well, look, this was a sit down dinner compared to the food fight a few weeks ago. The bar was low for President Trump after the last debate, So by not interrupting a lot, he probably scored some points. And he wanted to go into this debate, basically portraying himself as a president who's gotten things done and portraying Joe Biden as sort of a regular politician all talk, no action and also as self serving and arguably corrupt. He made those points repeatedly. He also said that Joe Biden as vice president wasn't able to get things done that he couldn't get things done on criminal justice on health care on immigration. On North Korea. The president tried to show himself as a man of action and decision and accomplishment, and Joe Biden is just a regular, perhaps corrupt politician. Who talks but doesn't act so But here's the thing when you actually drilled down into a lot of what the president said a number of his attacks were exaggerations. Falsehoods, Miss True's essentially talking points he hears on Fox. Okay, and, yes, he was more substantive tonight, but it was substantive in the sense. Of talking around issues rather than laying out much of a roadmap for he's going these next four years beyond saying that he would continue the policies of his first three years in office. Now, Joe Biden look a times he stumbled over some words, but he did Parry the attacks got in his own jabs, denied the accusations. Was probably more substantive in a policy sense on issues like health care and race and climate change, so he was able to hold his own. Did President Trump improve his standing Because of this? Yes, he may have scored some more points for being more civil and for appearing more substantive, But to Joe Biden lose anything from this debate. Probably not. I'll tell you this. If there was one winner in this debate, it was the moderator Kristen Welker. She was on her toes. She made good follow up questions. She kept control of this debate and because of her, it didn't descend into the type of debate. We saw that first time around. Americans are grateful for that. Leonard Steinhorn. Thank you very much. Let's hear some of the highlights as we continue our CBS News coverage of this final presidential debate. Which began with the discussion on the Corona virus, and Joe Biden essentially said that the president has been presiding over a disaster with more than 200,000. People dying, and Biden said as many as 200,000 more people could die according to some forecasts, but before the end of the year. And he essentially said the president hasn't been taking it seriously enough. He talks about where this is. Don't worry. It's all me over soon. Come on, There's not another serious scientists in the world thinks is going to be over soon. President Trump your reactionary over soon I say we're learning to live with it. We have no choice. We can't lock ourselves up in a basement like Joe does. He has thie? He has the ability to lock himself up. I don't know. He's obviously made a lot of money someplace. Biden left on that line. The president ordered learning to live with it. He says that we're you know, we're learning to live with it. People are learning to die with you folks home. We'll have an empty chair at the kitchen table this morning. That man, our wife going to bed tonight and reaching over, try to touch their out of habit where their wife, her husband, Wass is gone. Learning to live with it. Come on. Now. Going into tonight's debate, The president and his aides talked a great deal about the allegations that had they've aired and they have been adding mainly in conservative media about Joe Biden, son Hunter. Here's how it came up in the debate. All of the e mails, the emails, the horrible e mails of the kind of money that you were raking in you and your family and Joe you a vice president when some of this was happening. And it should have never happened..

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"stephen peters" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

07:05 min | 4 months ago

"stephen peters" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"They wanted to unify. Success is going to bring us together. We're run the road to success. But I'm cutting taxes and he wants to raise everybody's taxes, and he wants to put new regulations on everything. He will kill it. If he gets in, you will have a depression. The likes of which you've never seen. Your 401 case will go to hell. And it'll be a very, very sad day for this country. All right, Vice President Biden. Same question to you. What will you say during your inaugural address to Americans who did not vote for you? I will say. I'm an American president. I represent all of you whether you voted for me or against me, and I'm going to make sure that you represent it. I'm going to give you hope We're going to move. We're going to choose science over fiction. We're going to choose hope over fear. We're going to choose to move forward because an enormous opportunities enormous opportunities to make things better. We can grow this economy weakened deal with systemic racism. At the same time, we could make sure that our economy is being run and moved and motivated by clean energy, creating millions of new jobs, and that's the fact that's what we're going to do. I'm going to say As I said, the beginning What is on the ballot here is the character of this country. Decency, honor, respect, treating people with dignity, making sure that everyone has an even chance. I'm going to make sure you get that you haven't beginning at the last four years. All right. I want to thank you both for a very robust hour and a half A fantastic debate really appreciated. President Trump, former Vice President Joe Biden. Thank you to Belmont University for hosting us tonight. And most importantly, thank you to those watching tonight. Election day is November. 3rd. Don't forget to vote. Thank you, everyone and have a great night. And so ends a substantive, well run debate, which had each man making his case to a national audience without stepping on one another President Trump cast Joe Biden as a career politician, all talk and no action who would take action to socialize healthcare and shut down the economy. Biden accused the president of not taking the covert crisis seriously, any born of a dark winter ahead. Biden fiercely denied ever taking any money from his son's business deals, said the only candidate on the stage who made money in China is Mr Trump. Both candidates have now been joined on stage by their respective spouses. Melania Trump, the first lady standing alongside the president, and there's Jill Biden, the former second lady standing next to her husband. Joe Biden has now put on a mask. I'm Stephen Portnoy, and you're listening to live coverage of the final presidential debate from CBS News. CBS News political analyst Leonard Steinhorn and CBS News contributor Peter Mayer are with us now, Peter Start with you your thoughts as we finally got to hear policy views from both candidates tonight. Well, what an evening, Steven. You know, I think there's probably no way this moves the meter very much. There are few undecided voters out there according to all the polls, if you Want to take a ride on the polar coaster. You know, I think after 2016 a lot of people don't want to think too much about polls. But you know, we heard starkly differing, not surprisingly, starkly differing stands on display tonight. On everything from Donald Trump's tax is revisiting that story again with the sort of the broken record that we've heard for the four years about I'm under audit. And I have checked with any number of tax experts of private tax experts. Congressional tax writing experts. There's really nothing in the law that says if you're under audit, you can't release your personal tax returns. But perhaps Mr Trump's advisers, his legal and tax advisers were telling him Not to do that, but we've heard that so many times before. Look This was the closing moment for both of these candidates. I don't want to sound too sanctimonious, but You know, after covering these debates since 1980 covering six presidents of privilege, which I know you was the White House correspondent now will will agree is a privilege. I have come to see the presidency as a sacred trust. And I think for the voters out there who haven't voted, and we do know that over 47 million of still already have. I think it comes down to which candidate understands the meaning of those two words sacred and trust. And I think you know people might not think that directly. But I think in the back of their minds, that is something that really He is at stake here in this very crucial moment. Just a dozen days before Election Day, Stephen Peter Mayer, who had the privilege and responsibility of covering the White House for about four decades for This network. Thank you very much. We'll be back with you in just a 2nd 1st. We want to turn to Leonard Steinhorn, our CBS news political analyst and a professor of political communication at American University, Lenny a clear shift in style on the president's part Tonight fewer interruptions. He was gracious toward the moderator at one point, complimenting NBC's Kristen Welker, Despite Slamming her with criticism all week did the president's style. Do you think it worked to his advantage tonight? Look, this was a sit down dinner compared to the food fight a few weeks ago. The bar was low for President Trump after the last debate, So by not interrupting a lot, he probably scored some points. And he wanted to go into this debate, basically portraying himself as a president who's gotten things done and portraying Joe Biden as sort of a regular politician all talk, no action and also as self serving and arguably corrupt. He made those points repeatedly. He also said that Joe Biden as vice president wasn't able to get things done that he couldn't get things done on criminal justice on health care on immigration on North Korea. The president tried to show himself as a man of action and decision and accomplishment. And Joe Biden is just a regular, perhaps corrupt politician who talks but doesn't act so but here's the thing. When you actually drill down into a lot of what the president said a number of his attacks were exaggerations. Falsehoods. Miss True's essentially talking points he hears on Fox. OK on DH. Yes, he was more substantive tonight, but it was substantive in the sense of talking around issues rather than laying out much of a roadmap for he's going these next four years. Beyond saying that he would continue the policies of his first three years in office. Now, Joe Biden look a times he stumbled over some words, but he did Parry the attacks got in his own jabs, denied the accusations was probably more substantive in a policy sense on issues like health care and race and climate change, so he was able to hold his own. Did President Trump improve his standing Because of this?.

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"stephen peters" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

08:23 min | 4 months ago

"stephen peters" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"2035 is an energy production by 2050. Totally. All right. Once you get China to do it now we're finished with this. You're going to get our final question. I'm gonna rejoin Paris Accord to make China bide by what they agreed about leadership. Gentlemen, and this first question does go to you, President Trump Imagine this is your inauguration day. What will you say in your address? Who? America? Two Americans who did not vote for you. You'll each have one minute starting with you. We have to make a country totally successful as it was prior to the plague coming in from China. Now we're rebuilding it. And we're doing record numbers 11.4 million jobs in a short period of time, etcetera, But I will tell you go back. Before the plague came in. Just before I was getting calls from people that were not normally people that would call me they wanted to get together. We had the best black unemployment numbers in the history of our country, Hispanic Women, Asian people with diplomas with no diplomas. M I T graduates number one in the class. Everybody had the best numbers and you know what the other side wanted to get together. They wanted to unify. Success is going to bring us together. We are run the road to success. But I'm cutting taxes and he wants to raise everybody's taxes, and he wants to put new regulations on everything. He will kill it. If he gets in, you will have a depression. The likes of which you've never seen. Your 401 case will go to hell. And it'll be a very, very sad day for this country. All right, Vice President by the same question to you. What will you say during your inaugural address to Americans who did not vote for you? I will say. I'm an American president. I represent all of you whether you voted for me or against me, and I'm going to make sure that you're represented. I'm going to give you hope We're going to move. We're going to choose science over fiction. We're going to choose hope over fear. We're going to choose to move forward because an enormous opportunities Enormous opportunities to make things better. We can grow this economy. We could deal with a systemic racism. At the same time, we could make sure that our economy is being run and moved and motivated by clean energy, creating millions of new jobs, and that's the fact that's what we're going to do. And I'm going to say, as I said the beginning. What is on the ballot here is the character of this country. Decency, honor, respect, treating people with dignity, making sure that everyone has an even chance. I'm going to make sure you get that you haven't been getting the last four years. All right? I want to thank you both for a very robust hour and a half A fantastic debate really appreciated. President Trump, former Vice President Joe Biden. Thank you to Belmont University for hosting us tonight. And most importantly, thank you to those watching tonight. Election Day is November. 3rd. Don't forget to vote. Thank you, everyone and have a great night and so ends a substantive, well run debate, which had each man making his case to a national audience without stepping on one another. President Trump cast Joe Biden as a career politician, all talk and no action who would take action to socialize healthcare and shut down the economy. Biden accused the president of not taking the covert crisis seriously, and he warned of a dark winter ahead. Biden fiercely denied ever taking any money from his son's business deals and said the only candidate on the stage who made money in China is Mr Trump. Both candidates have now been joined on stage by their respective spouses. Melania Trump, the first lady standing alongside the president. And there's Jill Biden, the former second lady standing next to her husband, Joe Biden has now put on a mask. I'm Stephen Portnoy. And you're listening to live coverage of the final presidential debate from CBS News and on NewsRadio, 7 81 5.9 FM and the radio dot com hap Your Peter Mayer are with us now. Peter, Start with you. Your thoughts is we finally got to hear policy views from both candidates tonight. Well, what an evening, Stephen. Ah, you know, I think there's probably no way this moves the meter very much. There are few undecided voters out there according to all the polls, if you Want to take a ride on the polar coaster. You know, I think after 2016 a lot of people don't want to think too much about pools. But you know, we heard starkly differing, not surprisingly, starkly differing stands on display tonight. On everything from Donald Trump's tax is revisiting that story again with the sort of the broken record that we've heard for the past four years about I'm under audit. And I have checked with any number of tax experts of private tax experts. Congressional tax writing experts. There's really nothing in the law that says if you're under audit, you can't release your personal tax returns. But perhaps Mr Trump's advisers, his legal and tax advisers are telling him Not to do that, but we've heard that so many times before. Look This was the closing moment for both of these candidates. I don't want to sound too sanctimonious, but You know, after covering these debates since 1980 covering six presidents of privilege, which I know you was the White House correspondent now will will agree is a privilege. I have come to see the presidency as a sacred trust. And I think for the voters out there who haven't voted, and we do know that over 47 million of still already have. I think it comes down to which candidate understands the meaning of those two words Sacred and trust. And I think you know people might not think that directly, but I think in the back of their minds, that is something that really is at stake here In this very crucial moment. Just a dozen days before Election Day, Stephen Peter Mayer, who had the privilege and responsibility of covering the White House for about four decades for This network. Thank you very much. We'll be back with you in just a 2nd. 1st will want to turn to Leonard Steinhorn, our CBS news political analyst and a professor of political communication at American University, Lenny a clear shift in style on the president's part Tonight fewer interruptions. He was gracious toward the moderator at one point, complimenting NBC's Kristen Welker, despite slamming her with criticism all week did the president's style. Do you think it worked to his advantage tonight? Well, look, this was a sit down dinner compared to the food fight a few weeks ago. The bar was low for President Trump after the last debate, So by not interrupting a lot, he probably scored some points. And he wanted to go into this debate, basically portraying himself as a president who's gotten things done and portraying Joe Biden as sort of a regular politician all talk, no action and also as self serving and arguably corrupt. He made those points repeatedly. He also said that Joe Biden as vice president wasn't able to get things done that he couldn't get things done on criminal justice on health care on immigration on North Korea. The president tried to show himself as a man of action and decision and accomplishment. And Joe Biden is just a regular, perhaps corrupt politician who talks but doesn't act so but here's the thing. When you actually drill down into a lot of what the president said a number of his attacks were exaggerations. Falsehoods, myths. True's essentially talking points he hears on Fox. OK on DH. Yes, he was more substantive tonight, but it was substantive in the sense of talking around issues rather than laying out much of a roadmap for he's going these next four years. Beyond saying that he would continue the policies of his first three years in office. Now, Joe Biden look times he stumbled over some words, but he did Parry the attacks got in his own jabs, denied the accusations was probably more substantive in a policy sense on issues like health care and race and climate change, so he was able to hold his own. Did President Trump improve his standing Because of this? Yes. He may have scored some more points for being more civil and for appearing more substantive, But to Joe Biden lose anything from this debate..

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"stephen peters" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"stephen peters" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Who works in this five story, brick townhouse. The elevator got took Friday, and she wasn't rescued by the fire department until this morning. Stephanie Richmond lives nearby. I think it's terrible. I think they should have had a phone inside. The elevator. Inspect assemblies evolvement of buildings. They inspector wasn't let in so the department of buildings issued a violation the twenty million dollar a home is owned by billionaire investment banker. Warren, Stephen Peter Hess school for CBS news, New York. At nine twenty five. It's money. News on KYW. Here's Bloomberg's Jeff Bellinger. Just ahead of high level trade talks with China. Federal prosecutors have filed criminal charges against Bob way. Technologies. China's largest smartphone maker is accused of stealing trade secrets from T mobile USA and violating sanctions against Iran. Wall Street started the week with a losing session. Investors were disappointed over caterpillar's earnings and revenue warning from NVIDIA shares of both companies fell sharply. The Dow Jones industrials fell two hundred nine points or eight tenths percent. Twenty four thousand five twenty eight the NASDAQ closed seventy nine points or one point one percent, lower the S and P five hundred lost twenty one points or eight tenths percent Tibo. Shares were among the winners at shares rose one and a quarter percent. The video recorder maker is said to be leaning towards splitting into two companies that according to light reading the crude oil futures fell to fifty one dollars nine. Thousand nine cents a barrel in New York with money news from Bloomberg on KYW. I'm Jeff Bellinger, as part of a federal probe, an owner of a Camden County electrical contracting company has pleaded guilty in federal court to charges that include tax evasion and making unlawful payments through.

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New York woman spends 3 days trapped in elevator

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00:39 sec | 2 years ago

New York woman spends 3 days trapped in elevator

"Three dates stuck in the private elevator of a New York billionaire. Here's more from CBS's, Peter Haskell. It was a long weekend for a woman who works in this five story brick townhouse the elevator. Got stuck Friday. And she wasn't rescued by the fire department until this morning. Stephanie Richmond lives nearby. I think it's terrible. I think they should have had a phone inside. The elevator. Inspector Simmons evolvement of Billy's. The inspector wasn't let in so the department of buildings issued a violation the twenty million dollar a home is owned by billionaire investment banker. Warren, Stephen Peter Haskell for CBS news, New York, despite fears of

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"stephen peters" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"stephen peters" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"For lying four times. So this is where I think the confusion comes from your second in mechanicate became with fired for lying multiple times within the FBI. You defended his character on Twitter. That's okay. Lying is. Okay. Entirely knows definitely not. In fact, the McCabe case illustrates what an organization that's committed to the truth. Looks like we investigated hold. I ordered that investigation. We investigated. Hold people accountable. Good people lie. I land on the book. I think I'm a good person where I've lied. I still believe Andrew McCabe a good person. But the inspector general found that he lied, and there's severe consequences in the Justice department for lying as there should be. I didn't see him plead guilty to a felony. And the one guy that the FBI didn't think was lying thirty plus years of service to his country, general Flynn. He didn't he nobody Stephen Peter Struck and James call. We didn't think he lied, but he's told listen sign this admit to it. I know you're broke. You can't afford you lawyers. You got to sell your house. It'll all end here. Oh, and if not we'll probably going to have to investigate your kid he worked with you. I suspect as a good father he dove on the sword. This is dangerous. Really really dangerous. Where shredding the constitution before your very eyes. It's happening. We don't have equal Justice under the law. We don't have equal application of our laws. He have a dual Justice system..

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"stephen peters" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"stephen peters" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Of the FBI is transparency. It has to be a huge part of the FBI because public company FBI's its bedrock. We have to show people are work when we can as often as possible. So they have confidence that even if that means your second in command was fired for lying four times where I think to compete comes from your second in mechanicate in command became with fired for lying multiple times within the FBI defended his character on Twitter. That's okay, lying entirely. No. It's definitely not. In fact, the McCabe case illustrates what an organization that's committed to the truth. Looks like we investigated hold. I ordered that investigation. We investigated. Hold people accountable. Good people lie. I land on the book. I think I'm a good person where I've lied I stumbled Andrew McCabe and a good person for the inspector general found that he lied, and there's veer consequences in the Justice department relying as there should be dropped the government. I didn't see him plead guilty to a felony. And the one guy that the FBI didn't think was lying thirty plus years of service to his country, general Flynn. He didn't he nobody Stephen Peter Struck and James call. We didn't think he lied. But he's told listen sign this admit to it. I know you're broke. You can't afford your lawyers. You got to sell your house. It'll all end here. Oh, and if not we'll probably going to have to investigate your kid he worked with you. I suspect as a good father he dove on the sword. This is dangerous. Really really dangerous. Where shredding the constitution before your very eyes. It's happening. We don't have equal Justice under the law. We don't have equal application of our laws. He have a dual Justice system..

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"stephen peters" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"stephen peters" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"For lying four times. So this is where I think the confusion comes from your second in mechanicate command became with fired for lying multiple times within the FBI character on Twitter. That's okay. Buying is. Okay entirely. No. It's definitely not. In fact, the McCabe case illustrates what an organization that is committed to the truth looks like we investigated hold. I ordered that investigation. We investigated. Hold people accountable. Good people lie. I land on the book. I think I'm a good person where I've lied I stumbled Andrew McCabe is a good person. But the inspector general found that he lied, and there's severe consequences in the Justice department relying as there should be throughout the government. I didn't see him plead guilty to a felony. And the one guy that the FBI didn't think was lying thirty plus years of service to his country, general Flynn. He didn't he nobody Stephen Peter Struck. And James, we didn't think he lied. But he's told listen sign this admit to it. I know you're broke. You can't afford you lawyers. You got to sell your house all end here. Oh, and if not we'll probably going to have to investigate your kid he worked with you. I suspect as a good father he dove on the sword. This is dangerous. Really really dangerous. Where shredding the constitution before your very eyes. It's happening. We don't have equal Justice under the law. We don't have equal application of our laws. He have a dual Justice system..

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"stephen peters" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"stephen peters" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Can as often as possible. So they have confidence if that means your second in command was fired for lying for time. So this is where I think the confusion comes from your second in mechanicate became with fired for lying multiple times within the FBI. You defended his character on Twitter. That's okay. Lying is. Okay, internally. No, it's definitely not. In fact, the McCabe case illustrates what an organization that is committed to the truth looks like we investigated hold. I ordered that investigation. We investigated. Hold people accountable. Good people lie. I land on the book. I think I'm a good person where I've lied. I believe Andrew McCabe is a good person. But the inspector general. Found that he lied veer consequences in the Justice department for lying as there should be throughout the government. I didn't see him plead guilty to a felony. And the one guy that the FBI didn't think was lying thirty plus years of service to his country, general Flynn. He didn't he nobody Stephen Peter Struck and James cone. We didn't think he lied. But he's told listen sign this admit to it. I know you're broke. You can't afford your lawyers. You got to sell your house. It'll all end here. Oh, and if not we'll probably going to have to investigate your kid he worked with you. I suspect as a good father dove on the sword. This is dangerous. Really really dangerous. Where shredding the constitution before your very eyes. It's happening. We don't have equal Justice under the law. We don't have equal application of our laws. He have a dual Justice system..

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"stephen peters" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"stephen peters" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"For lying four times. So this is where I think the confusion comes from your second in mechanicate came with fired for lying multiple times within the FBI, you defended his character on Twitter. That's okay. Lying is. Okay, internally. No, it's definitely not. In fact, the McCabe case illustrates what an organization that's committed to the truth. Looks like we investigated hold. I ordered that investigation. We investigated. Hold people accountable. Good people lie. I land on the book. I think I'm a good person where I've lied. I still believe Andrew McCabe is a good person. But the inspector general found that he lied, and there's veer consequences in the Justice department for lying as there should be throughout the government. I didn't see him plead guilty to a felony. And the one guy that the FBI didn't think was lying thirty plus years of service to his country, general Flynn. He didn't he nobody Stephen Peter Struck and James cone. We didn't think he lied. But he's told listen sign this admit to it. I know you're broke. You can't afford your lawyers. You got to sell your house. It'll all end here. Oh, and if not we'll probably going to have to investigate your kid he worked with you. I suspect there's a good father he dove on the sword. This is dangerous. Really really dangerous. Where shredding the constitution before your very eyes. It's happening. We don't have equal Justice under the law. We don't have equal application of our laws. He have a dual Justice system..

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"stephen peters" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"stephen peters" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Often as possible. So they have confidence that means your second in command was fired for lying time. So this is where I think the confusion comes from your second in mechanicate came with fired for lying multiple times within the FBI defended his character on Twitter. That's okay. Lying is. Okay entirely. No. It's definitely not in fact, McCabe case illustrates, what an organization that's committed to the truth. Looks like we investigated hold. I ordered that investigation. We investigated. Hold people accountable. Good people lie. I land on the book. I think I'm a good person where I've lied. I still believe Andrew McCabe is a good person for the inspector general found that he lied, and there's severe consequences in the Justice department for lying as there should be throughout the government didn't see him plead guilty to a felony. And the one guy that the FBI didn't think was lying thirty plus years of service to his country, general Flynn. He didn't he nobody Stephen Peter Struck and James call. We didn't think he lied. But he's told listen sign this admit to it. I know you broke. He can't afford your lawyers. You got to sell your house. It'll all end here. Oh, and if not we'll probably going to have to get your kid he worked with you. I suspect as a good father he dove on the sword. This is dangerous. Really really dangerous. Where shredding the constitution before your very eyes. It's happening. We don't have equal Justice under the law. We don't have equal application of our laws. He have a dual Justice system here. Seeing it. I'll explain more.

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"stephen peters" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"stephen peters" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"They think of it through the context, the only person that I know at all you have Loretta Lynch, you have James Komi Loretta Lynch implied. Komi lied about being cornered over calling the Clinton investigation. A matter a couple of issues involving Lynch in line. A federal judge was shocked Clinton aide got immunity by the DOJ. She apparently used the line McCabe did lie. Then you've got a list of other people, you know, Eric Holder, Lois Lerner, James Clapper, Drennan all of the Clapper committed perjury only person that ever gets in trouble is oh Michael cone. Listen, he admitted it, that's whatever. What about all these other people that lied? Listen to commes is if you're in the club, you're in the swamp, you're in the sewer, and you tell lies it's okay because you really just otherwise good person when people that just like if you if you took sad subpoenaed emails, and you decided to delete them and you decided to use bleach bit nobody ever heard of the stupid thing. Best promotion that bleach bit ever gotten their life, and you acid wash your hard drive with bleach pit, and you were raised any chance of recovering the emails, and you have somebody bust up your devices with hammers and remove sim cards. Then you hand them to the FBI, you know, you're going to jail. This is why this is where you should be so worried and concerned today for your country because we have a dual Justice system one for them in one for the rest of us, and the idea that there's telling Jerome Corsi, and he'll tell his own story in his own words today, you tell us this is what he said to be on TV last. I you they weren't telling them what they wanted him to say and saying we you probably won't even get probation. We'll go easy on you. Sammy the bull Grovonni nineteen murders. But because he gave up higher ranking people in the mob like John Gotti and testified against them. No jail. Time witness protection program house in Arizona. We're going to be able to bribe people for their statements, and that's what's so stunning. Of course, he's saying I'm not gonna lie for you. I can't I can't swear before God and lie. I thought that's what we want our Justice system. But maybe he's not one of the good quote liars like Jim Komi and Andrew McCabe. Listen to this feature of the FBI of transparency. I think it has to be a huge part of the public confidence in the FBI's its bedrock. We have to show people are work when we can as often as possible, so they have competence it. That means your second. In command was fired for lying four times. This is where I think the confusion comes from your second in McCann McKay. In-command McCabe with fired for lying multiple times within the FBI defended his character on Twitter that okay buying is. Okay. And charlie. No. It's definitely not. In fact, the McCabe case illustrates what an organization that's committed to the truth. Looks like we investigated hold. I ordered that investigation. We investigated. Hold people accountable. Good people lie. I land on the book. I think I'm a good person where I've lied. I still believe Andrew McCabe is a good person for the inspector general found that he lied, and there's severe consequences in the Justice department for lying as there should be throughout the government didn't see him plead guilty to a felony. And the one guy that the FBI didn't think was lying thirty plus years of service to his country, general Flynn. He didn't he nobody Stephen Peter Struck and James call. We didn't think he lied. But he's told listen sign this admit to it. I know you're broke. You can't afford your lawyers. You got to sell your house. It'll all end here. Oh, and if not we'll probably going to have to investigate your kid he worked with you. I suspect as a good father he dove on the sword. This is dangerous. Really really dangerous. Where shredding the constitution before your very eyes. It's happening. We don't have equal Justice under the law. We don't have equal application of our laws. He have a dual Justice system..

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"stephen peters" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"stephen peters" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Is transparency. I think it has to be a huge part of the FBI because public confidence in the FBI's its bedrock. We have to show people are work when we can as often as possible. So they have confidence that means your second in command was fired for lying for time. So this is where I think the confusion comes from your second and McCann McKay. In-command McCain with fired for lying multiple times within the FBI. You defended his character on Twitter. That's okay. Lying is. Okay entirely. No. It's definitely not. In fact, the McCabe case illustrates what an organization that is committed to the truth looks like we investigated hold. I ordered that investigation. We investigated. Hold people accountable. Good people lie I land in the book. I think I'm a good person where I've lied. I still believe Andrew McCabe, a good person for the inspector general found that he lied, and there's severe consequences in the Justice department for lying as there should be throughout the government. I didn't see him plead guilty to a felony. And the one guy that the FBI didn't think was lying thirty plus years of service to his country, general Flynn. He didn't he nobody Stephen Peter Struck and James call. We didn't think he lied, but he's told listen sign this admit to it. I know you're broke. You can't afford your lawyers. You got to sell your house. It'll all end here. Oh, and if not we'll probably going to have to investigate your kid he worked with you. I suspect as a good father he dove on the sword. This is. Really really dangerous. Where shredding the constitution before your very eyes. It's happening. We don't have equal Justice under the law. We don't have equal application of our laws. He have a dual Justice system..

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"stephen peters" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

13:18 min | 2 years ago

"stephen peters" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Glad you're with us. Wow. What a news day. What there is. So so very much to get to solo so little time, and we're gonna get it all in. I promise. So I had Roger stone and Jerome Corsi on Hannity last night. I didn't I didn't have enough time with either of them. Roger on yesterday. We ended up keeping him for the hour. We have Jerome Corsi book for a half hour coming up one hour from right now, and what we are witnessing and watching unfold should put real listen. This is not hyperbole in any way. It should put real fear in the hearts of law abiding Americans. And I want you to understand where I'm coming from on this because I've been saying this is the biggest abuse of power. This is the biggest corruption scandal in our lifetime. And it is. And I've been saying there's no equal Justice under the law, and there's not and I've been saying there's no equal application of our lots and there's not and I'm going to go through this, systematically and somewhat. Probably more details than you want or need some of it might be a little repetitive. And things that you have gotten to know because we have covered the double standard a lot because it's been so important and so necessary, and I just think. Let's start with the Michael Cohen news. Just just for one today and Michael Kohn goes to court, and he pled guilty to lying to congress about the Moscow project. You know, this monster Trump Moscow project had been exhaustively discussed. Exhaustively talked about nobody. This is what Donald Trump does dwell did. And this is what he did for a living. He built buildings he sold his name rights on buildings based on certain conditions in profits and investments, you know, this. This is what Bill Trump into who. He is today. This is what is businesses anyways, a nine page following lays out a litany of lies that Michael cone admitted that he told congressional lawmakers about the Moscow project sad to me on one personal. I know Michael has got a wonderful family. I can't imagine the pressure. This guy is under. I'm not sure who's advising him in any way shape matter four, but it doesn't look good to me. And I will tell you the most amazing thing is, and this is what we're going to get into a Corsie in and you can see this with the Flint case, and you can see. In the Manafort case, and you're seeing it over and over again. And what really is concerning me is like if you say this. We're going to go easy on you. It's not you might die in jail. That's pretty much a Jerome Corsi was offered from the special counsel. Okay. He now again, I have no way to corroborate. But I know he handed over every single thing he had to the special counsel. He'll give us the details later he ended over his computers. He ended over his notes E that he spent forty hours with the special counsel. He's seventy two years old. He admits he didn't remember all of the emails from two years ago. And his recollection did not match up to certain Email, but the contents of which are, you know, if you believe him, and he says he never met Assange never met never talked to Assange never talked to anybody that works at WikiLeaks. And that means whatever again WikiLeaks to me. This is beginning to seem like a Pentagon's paper case all over again. And it's gonna be fascinating because everything WikiLeaks published as it relates to these emails with the DNC and Podesta etcetera all this was printed by the New York Times, and other news outlets all over the place. So in other words, the question is going to be well, if if it wasn't WikiLeaks doing the hacking, just like in the Pentagon papers case, I mean, they got information maybe it was stolen like in the Pentagon papers case, and but a six three decision. Yeah. The New York Times has found that they have every right to print it. So let's we'll make an assumption here that okay, WikiLeaks got up from a source now when I interviewed Assange, I ask was Russia. Was it anybody associated with Russia? No, okay. What does this for the sake of assumptions here? So if course he's told the truth and stone is telling the truth. I have no reason at all to doubt them. I don't know. I assume by now that if there was any contact, absolutely. They would have figured it out in a special counsel's office. So you know, they can't say something like that. That's not true because that's simply it's easily provable. And so assuming that's all true when they're this. Big DNC emailed, dumb comes out ends up Debbie Wasserman Schultz gets fired all the revelations in there without rehashing them. All and then everyone was spec. It, but what else do they got? They got that. What else did they get? Nobody knew. But the one the one sticking point. It was honor around July twenty fifth. This is one from Roger stone an Email to Coursey and the subject line is get to the founder of organization one. All right. We're gonna say when we now know to be WikiLeaks and the body of the message the Email said get to the founder of organization one WikiLeaks at the Ecuadorian embassy in London and get get the pending organization. One emails they deal with the foundation allegedly. Now, here's what's fascinating about that. I read that to mean the Clinton foundation, and I don't remember I don't even remember didn't even reads happy you came because there was going to have the time to go through all this stuff. I guess they're talking about the Clinton foundation. And I don't even think that's what it was about this, John Podesta's emails at that point whether. Whether he had any input into that is neither here nor there. Now, the Pentagon papers case fascinating. Because here you have stolen materials dealing with military issues and published in the New York Times Washington Post to go to court, they want to publish it. They didn't steal it. It was a source that gave it to them within the government, and the court was very clear, they have a right to publish it. So for the sake of assumption. Let's say somebody, I don't know. Listen Hillary's, Email server could have been hacked by anybody. We believe the first draft of Komi instructs exoneration. They were writing in early may before they actually interviewed Hillary and sixteen other people they talked about five or six foreign intelligence services having hacked into her E mail in that mom-and-pop shop bathroom closet and. Yeah, there was classified and top secret information there and all of that is a felony and a violation of the espionage act. You know, we've identified about eighteen crimes she probably could have been charged with. But the fix was in and the guy that interviewed her Peter Struck, you know, he's the guy that thought well, she should win one hundred million two zero that Trump shouldn't get a single vote. So they write the exoneration in early may. They don't interview until July three days later, they exonerate her. Even though Komi gives a thirteen minute diatribe about how everything that she did is wrong, except just changes the words from extreme carelessness, you know, versus whatever reckless disregard, whatever happened to be and she gets off Scot free. Now, I can literally read verse chapter. I don't know where in my papers. I've put this. I'm really frustrated with myself. I got so much information here, but all the people you can print out with Ethan centimeter earlier James and then bring that in. Oh, you have it. Oh, you're such a right? All let's look at this. What about all the top Clinton aides that lied to congress because that's what Michael Cohen? Cheryl mills Abidine face legal consequences, misleading statements. Let me play James Komi. Listen to this tape. We've got this cold is James Komi admitting. Well, good people why I y and Andrew McCabe wide. But doesn't mean he's not a good person. I think of it through the context, the only person that I know at all you have Loretta Lynch you have James Comey. Loretta Lynch applied Komi lied about being cornered over calling the Clinton investigation. A matter a couple of issues involving Lynch in line. A federal judge was shocked Clinton aide got immunity by the DOJ. She apparently cues the lying McCabe did lie. Then you've got a list of other people, you know, Eric Holder, Lois Lerner, James Clapper, Brennan, all of the Clapper committed perjury. Person that ever gets in trouble is oh Michael Cohen. Listen, he admitted it, that's whatever. What about all these other people that lied? Listen to commes is if you're in the club, you're in the swamp, you're in the sewer, and you tell lies it's okay. Because you really just otherwise a good person when people that just like if you if you took had subpoenaed emails, and you decided to delete them and you decided to use bleach bid nobody ever heard of the stupid thing. Best promotion of bleach bit ever gotten their life, and you acid wash your hard drive with bleach pit, and you were raised any chance of recovering the emails, and you have somebody bust up your devices with hammers and remove sim cards. Then you hand them to the FBI, you know, you're going to jail. This is why this is where you should be so worried and concerned today for your country because we have a dual Justice system one for them in one for the rest of us and the idea that there's telling. Jerome Corsi, and he'll tell his own story in his own words today, you tell us this is what he said to me on TV last night. You you they weren't telling them what they wanted him to say and saying we will you probably won't even get probation. We'll go easy on you played Sammy the bull Grovonni nineteen murders. But because he gave up higher ranking people in the mob like John Gotti and testified against him. No jail time witness protection program new house in Arizona. We're going to be able to bribe people for their statements, and that's what's so stunning. Of course, he's saying I'm not gonna lie for you. I can't I can't swear before God and lie. I thought that's what we want our Justice system. But maybe he's not one of the good quote liars like Jim Komi and Andrew McCabe. Listen to this feature of the FBI transparency. I think it has to be a huge part of the FBI because public confidence in the FBI's its bedrock. We have to show people are work when we can as often as possible. So they have confidence that means your second. In command was fired for lying four times where I think the confusion comes from your second in mechanicate became with fired for lying multiple times within the FBI defended his character on Twitter. That's that's okay. Lying is. Okay entirely. No. It's definitely not. In fact, the McCabe case illustrates what an organization that's committed to the truth. Looks like we investigated hold. I ordered that investigation. We investigated. Hold people accountable. Good people lie. I land on the book. I think I'm a good person where I've lied. I believe Andrew McCabe is a good person for the inspector general. Found that he lied, and there's some veer consequences in the Justice department for lying as there should be throughout the government didn't see him plead guilty to a felony. And the one guy that the FBI didn't think was lying thirty plus years of service to his country, general Flynn. He didn't he nobody Stephen Peter Struck and jeans didn't think he lied. But he's told listen sign this admit to it. I know you're broke. You can't afford you lawyers. You got to sell your house. It'll all end here Owen if not we'll probably going to have to investigate your kid. He worked with you. I suspect a good father he dove on the sword. This is dangerous. Really really dangerous. Where shredding the constitution before your very eyes. It's happening. We don't have equal Justice under the law. We don't have equal application of our laws. He have a dual Justice system..

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"stephen peters" Discussed on Talking Tesla

Talking Tesla

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"stephen peters" Discussed on Talking Tesla

"And then ultrasonic sensors to see at what point would his model as which in belgium his is like a hundred d l yeah really expensive car a her how likely is it that he could crash that a beautiful white model that one of his friends was driving practically causing a three hundred thousand dollars so they're driving down the freeway he puts a piece of duct tape over the camera and test the automatic lean changing right because he wanted to know hey does the camera do it or do the side centers do it is it the radar and uneven there i rate arba cylinder ultrasonic right so sonar so he puts a thing over the camera hits the right hand turn thing boom the car doesn't go over 'cause it sees the model ex there he goes a little bit ahead of it push the thing and the cargoes over then in all of his genius scientific crazy mad scientists nece he takes duct tape and plugs every single one of the altar tonic centers puts team on the right side on one side of his car and keeps the the lid on the camera right at the same type blinds the car winds third the autopilot aspect of the car goes back out there side by side do his buddies model as he is expecting the card to say why woo ray spread you've blinded me i can't do so the whole point of this is he pushes the right hand turn thing to turn into the have the car auto lean change and it does all right into the acts of course they were paying attention so they didn't caused an accident but so tesla the default current software situation in this autopilot is if the car is blind what the hell i'm changing lanes anyways wa wa not the cars blind sorry sir this is unavailable first of all stephen and i think you should be wearing a white coat land code for second i'm glad the highway patrol didn't pull you over new of course i don't think they have highway patrol trim yes so it's nothing else check out stephen peters youtube video i put it in our twitter feed yesterday a little linked to it and it is a good stuff so this reminded me of when i took some flying lessons didn't mimics before before.

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"stephen peters" Discussed on Talking Tesla

Talking Tesla

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"stephen peters" Discussed on Talking Tesla

"And amazon is in brazil is currently home to two hundred million head of cattle that's a wad of cattle so you have much cattle or bison in brazil no they had not so so they so he makes an argument which makes a lot of a lot of sense that at one point we had all these antelope and bison running around north america but at that time we also didn't have a bunch of cars running around on next to them so we have a combination of both now cattle end cars and in brazil lot more cattle than they were than we ever had by and they never had bison in south america so they go there it was an estimated that uh on the american mainland there was about how many native americans in the day at peak one million and now they're us threaten fifty million no forest cars and cows that follow one million within a mile of us here where we stand with advice from snow not one mile okay okay a fivemonth maybe four and a half my voices telling a friend of mine this is this is an aside a heavy there was like how big's lm like elyse so big you can drive it seventy miles an hour for three hours and still not leave the concrete jungle it just goes on and on well there's a megalopolis sarah we in all and we've joined on water region but i think joe's you know details i appreciate missing yeah i super gray open my mind i'm thinking that it me mouthpiece obad to have cows is just bad to burn the forest and it's bad to have cows that are raised with hormones so there are a lot of details and antibiotic use i mean like we've got will there's another storm brewing that is not the climate change storm it's the storm that's brewing around how we raise our food and that is another very important issue that i think we should also spend another twenty five episodes dehlvi let's not let's not let's talk with stephen peters or a spin p desired anna and he says this look cubicle at supercharge superchargers nights and he notes a couple of important things these he's from belgium and he wouldn't same mate and would he would speak a little more properly now i very much data and he nuts a couple of important things.

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"stephen peters" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"stephen peters" Discussed on WRVA

"Matt did with one is six one fm tulcan iheart radio station amani wits and already seventy nine degrees leave that traffic and weather together coming up a fatal shooting last night dura near the entrance to rockwood park one man is dead another shot in the leg and is expected to recover all the now the gun inside the park no word on a suspect fbi agents searched two properties yesterday afternoon in raleigh agents were seen at the offices of a local financial advisory firm vision quest capital on east target street and at the home of the business owner stephen peters the fbi said it was part of an ongoing investigation but did not give details vision quest capital also has locations in charlotte and richman a new scant making the rounds involving the state bureau of investigation he sbi of north carolina is warning that its main phone number is being used in a scam to solicit money the assistant director says the agency would never come attack residents to raise money and if you get that call is simply hang up i'm brian taylor the us veterans core and kerry collecting supplies where the families in north carolina affected by the military plane crashed this week in mississippi seven of sixteen military members killed were stationed at camp lejune veteran and executive director of the veterans core and drew ladder tells abc eleven eyewitness news he wants to make sure the families feel love it was gut wrenching you go to war there's possibility they're gonna pass away but no one ever caesar common the a training accident happens as his gut wrenching especially how many you lost it one time is collecting groceries toiletries and toys to take too campligia more jobs coming to north carolina precedent manufacturing and technology company plans to relocate its headquarters from colorado to durham and open a second manufacturing facility in alum ants county the move will bring two hundred jobs to the region and a new curfew in a thank you the north carolina coast at midnight curfew officially it affected myrtle beach pretending to anyone under the age of seventeen that move one of several new policies put in place following a rash of summer shootings we'll have more news in thirty minutes stay connected though any time at one six one fm tall dot com.

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