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AP News Radio
'On tour in hell': Wounded Ukrainian soldiers evacuated.
"Wounded soldiers have been evacuated from fighting in the Donetsk region on Ukraine's eastern front line. With bandaged heads and splinted limbs, the winded soldiers are structured into the waiting medical evacuation bus, for the trip to a better equipped hospital in the city further west. Their hands are blackened and grimy from the fight. Some are still wearing their combat boots, small flecks of black soil from the battlefield clinging to their torsos there under the emergency blankets. Lying on a stretcher pale and shell shocked with a wounded leg from shrapnel, Ukrainian soldier yaroslav recalls the nightmare he just came out of in bakhmut. They cut through and started shelling with mortars. When I left everything was on fire, according to yaroslav, the battle was so close that Russian and Ukrainian forces fought room to room inside buildings. The battle in bakhmut is city now encircled on three sides by Russian troops, has been particularly bloody with soldiers describing endless days of combats, I am Karen Chammas
The Trish Regan Show
Charles Thorngren Predicted This Banking Crisis Last November
"Today none other than the gentleman who told me back in November, Trish, this is going to be as bad as 2008. It's going to be some kind of banking crisis different, but something major well, I guess he got that one, right? Charles Thornton, welcome back to the program. What do you know, here we are, Charles Thornton, reading the tea leaves pretty well on that one. Good to have you back. Oh, it's great to be back. And I apologize for being right. We have to remember, this is very much like 2007, 2008, but worse. If we have runaway inflation, and unfortunately, and I know I said in the past, but we still have two years to go, folks. Cost. How much do things cost? No, we're going to whip it. And the budget plan is insane. And it would be a disaster fortunately. I don't think it would ever go through, but it gives you some insight into how this administration thinks. I'm troubled by the reality that even regardless of who's there, Charles, we've gotten ourselves so far in the hole that there's no easy solution out right now. It is like massive debt and deficits for decades to come, which is going to do exactly what you just said, a road, the purchasing power of the U.S. dollar. It's also goes back to, can we default? Gosh, I hope not. You have part of the institution refusing to accept financial responsibility. So at what point does the other side say, no, we're going to force you to have to accept it. And there's where that conversation of some default comes in. Maybe not all default, but maybe there's certain items that are willing to let go into default. But we can't afford that. The last time we had a really bad budget battle, the United States got downgraded. You know, our credit rating got downgraded. We haven't read that up yet.
How the Fed "Went Broke" by Lyn Alden
"How the fed went broke. By Lynn Alden. The U.S. Federal Reserve is now operating at a financial loss and is months away from having negative tangible equity for the first time in modern history. This article explores how we got here and to what extent any of this matters for savers and investors. Commercial bank assets and liabilities. A commercial bank has a considerable amount of both assets and liabilities. In order to remain solvent, the asset side must exceed the liability side, and they have various regulations placed on them to try to keep them as solvent as possible. For a typical bank, their liabilities mainly consist of deposits. Individuals or businesses deposit money at the bank, and those deposits in various forms, checking accounts, savings accounts, certificates of deposits, and so forth, are considered liabilities, or IOUs for the bank, and assets for the depositors. This serves as the source of financing for banks. They're basically borrowing from depositors at very low rates. On the other side of the ledger, bank assets consist of various loans, securities, and cash that they hold at their Central Bank. The loans insecurities can include mortgage loans, business loans, personal loans, credit card loans, various treasury securities and other more complex securities. To use Bank of America as an example, they have $3.051 trillion in assets, and $2.778 trillion in liabilities. As of the end of 2022. Their assets exceed their liabilities, meaning they have positive shareholder equity. Even when we factor out some intangible items, mainly referring to their $69 billion in goodwill, their equity is still positive. And importantly, Bank of America's assets generate a much higher average yield than their liabilities, so they have positive interest income. They pay a small amount of interest income to their depositors and collect way more interest income on their various assets.
The Officer Tatum Show
What's Wrong With Gavin Newsom?
"Gavin Newsom is an absolute disaster when it comes to California. I was sitting there thinking, listen, Gavin Newsom is going to challenge Biden. He's going to be the guy most likely, you know, God forbid of Michelle Obama or somebody pops up on the scene, but I don't really foresee that leaving all of her income and all that kind of stuff behind. Is Gavin Newsom still looking towards The White House? It's really seems hard to fathom. Given how disastrous he is, but maybe people don't understand how disastrous this guy has been. I think they don't. And the press just completely plays along with it. And sadly, even our conservative press over the last month or so, I was basically screaming my head off about something happening here in California. We all know he took off to Mexico when we had these snowstorms about what God ignored was that there was this mountain community outside of Los Angeles, big bear Lake arrowhead area San Bernardino mountains, 21 days these people were snowed in under 12 feet of snow. They normally get maybe 6 feet in a winter. So they have some equipment, but not for 12 feet that fall within 7 days. And people were snowed in. Even when they got the main roads, plowed up there, but then within the communities they couldn't get around. I talked to people who were trying to do relief flights out there like helicopter flights of supplies because grocery stores roofs valid so they couldn't get the supplies from there. And the sheriff wouldn't let them land because it was a disaster zone and they weren't government helicopters, but the government wasn't doing anything. Why? Because San Bernardino county voted to study seceding from California and didn't forget it.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
A Winning Ticket Is Still a Trump-DeSantis Ticket
"Story of the presidential election. And the Republican primary. And folks, I came under attack by conservatives today. And the reason I came under attack is because I asked a question about Ron DeSantis, and it was, in my estimation, a legitimate legitimate question. And I want to, I want to share the backstory with you. Because if you're on Twitter, you'll see the attacks and you'll see my response. First of all, here's what I believe. This is my overarching belief. If you will. I believe president Trump deserves a second crack at this. And the reason why is because of all of the lies they spewed about him during the lead up to the election in 2016 and throughout the entire presidency. You take all of that away and there were all lies, all proven to be lies. You take all of that away and guess what? You get a Trump second term and you get one of the most successful presidencies of the modern presidential of the modern presidential time. So I believe the man deserves another shot at it. I believe that Ron desantis should be his running mate. And I believe that Ron DeSantis will make a great president one day, but I think Trump deserves another shot. Does that mean I'm going to go out there and destroy Ron DeSantis? No, absolutely not. Why would I do that? Why would any of us do that? We should we should want a winning ticket in 2024 and I believe that would be a winning ticket.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Are Dems Setting Precedent for Punishing Political Enemies?
"We've laid out here, if you're looking for a crime, the only crime that had been committed, if in fact a crime was committed was a financial misdemeanor. And for that, the district attorney wants to literally handcuff and shackle Donald Trump. Keep in mind, this is a guy who received $1 million from George Soros. This is a man who campaigned on a promise to get Donald Trump. Letitia James, the attorney general of New York. Campaigned on the same promise to get Donald Trump. They have weaponized the judicial system. Look at what's happening in Atlanta, Georgia, where once again you have a George Soros funded district attorney going after president Trump. That one could get very ugly because apparently they're looking at RICO violations. Suggesting that Trump was trying to coerce the Secretary of State and to changing vote totals in the state of Georgia. But really, this is all about stopping Donald Trump and punishing political enemies. And this is why it is incumbent upon every freedom loving American, and even I would appeal to some of you you Democrats out there who still believe in the constitution who still believe in the rule of law, I have to hope and pray there are still some of you out there. And we all need to stand up and say, we're not going to tolerate this. We're not going to allow you to turn our country into some sort of a, of a Soviet style, police state. We're just not going down that path. Am I grave concern is that Republicans are going to return the favor if they ever get back in control of the House and this pardon me of the Senate and The White House? We can not go down this path as a nation. We can not, we can not be jailing our political enemies.
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Guest Host Danielle Interviews Filmmaker and Journalist Mike Cernovich
"Delighted to welcome our guest today, Mike cernovich. He's a filmmaker, journalist, commentator on a wide range of topics. He produced the documentary called hoax. Everything they told you is a lie. Mike's one of my favorite Twitter followers to make sure to find him on Twitter or you can also subscribe to his substack. Mike, thanks for joining us. Always a pleasure. Thank you. Yeah, so Mike, I wanted to get your reaction to some of the recent kind of rumblings going on with Trump's arrest and also just how do you feel like a lot of the presidential hopefuls and other people responded to the news. Yeah, the Trump arrest was mishandled by everyone, especially I think desantis, which was unfortunate because I expected him to have better political instincts. The big mistake people are making right now is they're seeing it as Trump's arrest. Whereas most of the country doesn't see it as Trump's arrest. They see it as a way to attack all of Trump supporters. As a way to apply it on equal system of law. For example, I bring up your dad's case a lot. A lot of people don't even know about your dad's kids because he handled it with such grace and moved on with his life, but it still actually probably makes me angrier than it makes him, which is wait a minute. After dinesh for helping a friend's campaign and then Rosie O'Donnell says that she deliberately set illegal campaign contributions and brags about it and then nobody goes after Rosie O'Donnell. So is dinesh, did he commit a crime for giving a friend $10,000? Because nobody understood this stuff at the time. Nobody knew you couldn't do. It's silly. Nobody had any idea even. And then to have the full resources of the law brought on him and then of course the FBI file says he was an anti Obama filmmaker and you think, oh, okay, well that was obvious what would happen there. And then meanwhile, you have Rosie O'Donnell saying, oh yeah, I deliberately send too much money. Hoping that they don't send it back. Okay, so she's an admitted admitted campaign contribution fraud. Admit it. And of course, nothing happens to her.
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Reparations May Be Given to Blacks in California
"During his now infamous trial, January 6th defendant, Jacob chansley, AKA the Q shaman, faced some very hefty sentences. These included a 5 year prison sentence and a fine of up to $250,000. In law, such fines are levied as a form of restitution in order to compensate for costs such as damaged property, medical bills, resulting from personal injury, or even to pay an opponent's legal fees. The concept of reparations is that it is a form of punishment that can also help to repair the damage that was done by the accused. It's important to note, the government can not find you with reparations out of the blue. You have to be guilty of a crime. It's good the Chancellor wasn't ultimately hit with the full amount as a quarter of a million dollars for most people can't be raised easily. People work their entire lives and still can't save that much money. It's such a large amount that even someone as gullible as judge Lambert, a man who genuinely believed the Q shaman was somehow the breath from destroying America's democracy forever. Thought the penalty was overkill. Lately, there's been another shaman in the news, only this shaman has two ends, shaman Walton is a member of the San Francisco board of supervisors. A body which voted unanimously last Wednesday to approve a plan to give $5 million to every eligible black resident as part of the city's plan to make reparations for slavery. The plan was a way to go before final approval, like every other member of the board, shaman Walton wants to see it through. He says, quote, we have to stay focused and stay together as a community, he says. Because now it is a 100% more prevalent that we can not be separated or divided. Let's stay the course. Because a $5 million payday for me is almost here. It might be pertinent to point out that shaman Walton himself is black. And something also tells me he will be included among those deemed eligible for the payout.
The Dan Bongino Show
Will Cain: Working out With Former Defensive End Devon Still
"Yesterday I was in Houston and I'm doing this piece on Fox and Friends for Fox and Friends for Devin still He's an amazing dude He played defensive tackle for the Bengals You probably heard a story at one point his daughter got diagnosed with neuroblastoma cancer Yes yes unfortunately I have her yeah She survived She's good She's 12 and I went and visited with them And he's an absolute champ just a font of wisdom You meet people in your life or smart people wise people stand out You're like I don't know what it is but you've managed to figure out a lot of really important life lessons Which by the way is one of the reasons I'm conservative because of the wisdom involved in the eternal principles But anyway so Devin and I worked out Dan and that was part of the thing we're going to work out together And he's boxing So I boxed for the first time yesterday And I shadowed And I hit bags And then are you still this feeling today I didn't even know I had these muscles I feel like high back Totally dude boxing will wear your ass out bro boxing it's not just if you're doing it right and I'm sure Devin told you this A punch is about 30% arm And about another 20% 25% leg and the rest is rotational core Only street dogs use all arm and that's why they can't fight But when you get rid of boxer and he teaches you how to properly body hook you realize this is mostly legs and core And if you're doing it right on that heavy bag you wake up the next day and you're right you're like my gosh that hurts Why does my lower back card No boxing is great There's nothing like it
The Dan Bongino Show
Will Cain: Which Sport Is Considered America's Game?
"I mean will You couldn't have scripted it like a Kevin Costner a bull Durham field of dreams any better than that I agree with you They did need that because I'm with you brother will The baseball I grew up on baseball Loved it played it by far not even a close second my favorite sport growing up obsessed with the Yankees could have gone through every single player their stats batting average everything And now I just maybe it's the woke ism all the nonsense I don't know I just I can't get into it It's like I'm football basketball hockey and then like a distant fourth baseball So I agree with you I think this was a good thing Yeah football's taking over as America's game That's the bottom line And it's pro and college You played It's tough for you I did I played Yeah I played I played for the fall season And I played in high school And then I quit the team at stony brook right before the final cuts because I had a girlfriend in New York that I missed and I regret that decision ever since I left a voicemail with the coach name is Matt and I had had a really good set of scrimmage games I was pretty sure I would have made that team and I'm still upset at myself I just you know to this day I mean I love the game though I love the fact that it's a you know it really is a thinking man's game I mean when you look at some of the physiques and baseball they just don't match up to football I had a thousand questions but you're so interesting You know when you think about John crock right I mean this is a guy who can succeed in baseball You know he couldn't necessarily maybe get that done in football And it's because he's in this game of inches where he's figured out how maybe to read a picture and the angle of his hand a little bit better than the other guy who didn't see the curveball coming Yeah Gil versus athleticism right Like crook isn't going to be I mean maybe golf because golf is such a skill based game repetition of act whatever swing a golf club seeing a baseball How many different pictures have you seen He's mastered that skill
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Latest Poll Shows Donald Trump Still Beating Ron DeSantis
"Is getting crushed in the polls, in fact, after all this dropped, a new poll came out, morning consult, and Trump is trouncing desantis in a new 2024 poll. Trump leads to Santos 54 to 26%. Maybe desantis is looking at the polls and saying, well, me taking the high road and sort of keeping my powder dry and exactly working. So maybe he decides that now's the time to roll up the sleeves and go after Trump. Well, I'm here to tell you, I think it's the worst possible time. I'm a little stunned that there isn't more outrage and fury over the potential of this gross miscarriage of prosecutorial conduct by Alvin Bragg and the dirty Democrats.
The Trish Regan Show
Chaos Erupts at the Southern Border
"Breaking today as the Democrats continue trying to put the former president behind bars as there were some kind of, I don't know, banana republic two bit banana republic, we actually have real problems. And they're abhorrent behavior shows they have no real effort underway to actually focus on the problems at hand. I mean, no wonder the country's in such bad shape right now. News today, that authorities confronted 16 people at our border just last month that were on the FBI terror watch list. They were all arrested in the month of February alone. Meanwhile, we had some 150,000 plus crossings. Again, new records being hit almost every month. We are not in good shape and it's very dangerous for our country given the amount of drugs that are coming in. The federal government, meanwhile, spending all kinds of money, millions of dollars to store all that unused border wall material because, oh, that was Trump's idea in Trump's bad and they want him behind bars. That's the reality of the situation. They are playing politics when I think it's really, really important for this nation that we get serious about the real issues at hand. Hello, welcome to the program. I am Trish Regan portions of this show are brought to you by legacy precious metals, go to legacy p.m. investments dot com for more. Again, a 150,000 people apprehended in the month of February alone just wait. Just wait until title 42 gets rolled back. And it's going to be really unmanageable. For more on this worsening crisis, I am joined today by Brandon Judd, president of the border patrol council. And it's good to have you here. Thank you for taking the time, Brennan. Trish anytime, I appreciate you having me. What's it like, really? Right now. Well, unfortunately, I live this nightmare every single day. My agents and I, we have to deal with something that this administration could get under control tomorrow if they wanted to. But we have seen time and time again that they just have no political will. They pander to their open border activists. If you look at the west wing, it's filled with activists. And when you have government that is filled with activists, you can expect to see the chaos that we're experiencing on the border and it's a completely unfortunate because it puts American lives at danger at risk. And we could save all those American lives if it wasn't for the unfortunate policies programs and operations that they've taken away from us. They're just not giving us what's necessary to be able to do the job. You know, it really shows you how politics gets in the way. Over and over and over again. So instead of doing what's right, one protecting our country too, protecting these people from the predators that they are so vulnerable to right now. Instead of doing what's right, we're doing what they think is going to play in Peoria. They think that this is going to resonate with their base. If you ask me, it's the most inhumane way of approaching this challenge. The only thing that they care about is a reelection. That's it. And if they think that what they're doing is going to get people to the ballot box, they're going to do it. And that's what we see time and time again. Politics seems to have taken a front seat to what's best for the United States. What's best for our U.S. citizens as long as they think that they're going to be able to remain in power. You know, a lot of this is like, well, you know, it's Texas's problem. You know, let them deal with it in Texas. But now we're seeing that even the mayor of New York is like, wow, wow, wow, wow wait a second. This is Gaston us a lot of money here too, because they've been bused up to New York. More of the vineyard, I think, exposed a lot of the not in my backyard, kind of sentiment. Look, it is a problem there in Texas. It's a problem for any of these border states, but let's not forget we're a federal system. Doesn't the entire federal government have to take responsibility here? How is it fair to put it all on a few states that happen to be physically located at that border? Well, the Supreme Court actually ruled that the federal government is responsible for immigration. The states can't step in and they can't enact laws that would allow them to expel or deport individuals to cross our borders illegally. That was already tested in the state of Arizona when they passed SB ten 70 and the Supreme Court shot that law down. So if you look at this when you look at everything that is going on, if it's not the federal government that steps to the plate, if it's not them that does their job, then all of this is going to continue to happen. We're going to continue to set records. We're going to continue to have deaths on the border. We're going to continue to have more fentanyl coming into the United States than we've ever seen before. We're going to continue to release more people into the United States. When you look at right now, we have released into the United States in the last two years, 4.5 million people have been rewarded for violating our laws. Across the border, illegally and got released in the United States. And then you add on top of that, the 1.2 million people that were able to cross the border illegally and evade apprehension. We've added more than 5 million people to our population just in the last two years alone. And these people entered the country illegally, and they were rewarded for their illegal acts. Look, and I'm not going to say that all people that come here illegally are bad. It's not true. There's plenty of good ones. But you go through the rap sheets, right? And you see a lot of people that happen to be here illegally. And it's so sad for the victims of those crimes because they don't deserve that. The one thing that a country ought to be able to do is know and control who is in it. And by the way, we're not outliers here like, well, we're an outlier and that we let everybody in. I mean, every other country in the world, it's not like I can go show up in Mexico and just hang out for the rest of my life. That wouldn't fly. Why are we allowing it here? Yeah, Trish. And we're not trying to disparage people that cross the borders illegally by any stretch of the imagination. What we want is we want the rule of law to be upheld. And if the rule of law is upheld, we stop all of the deaths. We stop these migrants from putting theirselves in the hands of these dangerous criminal cartels. Yes, there are a lot of people that cross our borders illegally that are good people, but they still violated the law. And unless there's accountability for violating the law, we're going to continue to encourage it. And that's what we have to do. When you listen to this administration and they talk about that they want an orderly and humane immigration system. What they've given us is the exact opposite. It's not orderly and it absolutely is not humane, especially when you look at all of the deaths. When you look at the children that are abused by these criminal organizations, these cartels, they're raped at times they're murdered. They are physically abused all the time, and we see it. And we have to deal with that. The agents on the frontline constantly have to deal with everything that we see every single day and we know that it's simply driven by policy. Yeah, you know, and there's a lot of unintended consequences. The last thinks they're being so wonderful.
AP News Radio
Fed facing a blurrier outlook as it meets to weigh rate hike
"The Federal Reserve will announce today whether it will keep raising interest rates or declare a pause. Many economists expect the fed to announce a relatively modest quarter point hike in its benchmark rate to roughly 4.9% the highest point in nearly 16 years hiring a strong consumers are still spending and inflation is still high, but less than two weeks ago Silicon Valley bank failed on the second largest bank collapse in American history, that shock was followed by the failure of signature bank, the fed is expected to treat inflation and financial turmoil as two separate problems, raising rates to address inflation and greater fed lending to banks to calm the financial turmoil, another rate height today would be the 9th hike since March of last year. Donna water Washington
The Doug Collins Podcast
The Possible Indictment of Trump Is the Biggest News Ever for Dems
"Week. It started off at the end of, you know, we're in the middle of it now and nothing is happened in the biggest news story that you would ever think that the liberals ever come across. And that is the possible indictment of Donald Trump by the New York grand jury over the hush money paid to stormy Daniels and the relationship. She said occurred, he said, never happened, but yet still paid out. Money was paid to her. This has been referred to as the Frankenstein, also, or indictment that has been, you know, the Department of Justice and federal level where the federal election commission rules and discussion of election. Benefits and using campaign funds for to gain a benefit in election would all be settled shows to pass on is not once but twice. The Alvin Bragg's own office chose not to deal with this dealing with mainly because of who they were having to deal with, the witness quality. And also the simple fact that giving and even NBC News pointed this out a while back said giving money to someone to keep them from talking is not illegal. What they're trying to do is construct this wild case that it was an illegal campaign contribution given through a third party. Folks, if I'm losing you already, think about how this case is going to play out. And it comes down. I mean, trying to get a jury, I mean, if this actually went to its conclusion, which, you know, you don't see Donald Trump agreeing to a plea bargain here. That goes to his final clue and finding a jury finding and taking these facts, moving them forward. Look, we're in the middle of this, but what really shows me is the political basically malfeasance of Alvin Bragg, the district attorney funded by George Soros, one who has said that he doesn't want to prosecute felony dropping them to misdemeanors. We see him not even prosecuting misdemeanors in some cases. And he's in New York in a complete freefall when it
The Eric Metaxas Show
Pat Boone Shares a Story About Elvis and Lisa Marie
"I remember, I don't know, it's got to be close to like 15 years ago or something. When Elizabeth Taylor passed away and Dick Cavett, who I'm privileged to call a friend as I call you friend, he was interviewed on, I don't know what it was. I don't think Larry King was on anymore. But it was one of those shows and he was being asked about Liz Taylor and he said, yeah, she's like the last of the redwoods from that Hollywood era. She's the last one. But he said, but, you know, we shouldn't envy these people because he knew the behind the scenes story that addicted to drugs innumerable failed marriages, alcoholism. I mean, a level of misery that is mostly hidden from the public or it's sold in the tabloids as part of their fun, crazy life. But you know these people as people and you realize it sells itself records, it sells movies, but it destroys lives. It's heartbreaking. Yeah, when Lisa Marie. Died recently and her own son had died of a drug overdose. And I'd been with her just a month before with Priscilla. It was at the 45th anniversary of Elvis's death. And of course, there were still people coming from around the world as they do every year in August. And there's a shrine that was on Elvis at his at his home site. And it's almost like they're coming to commemorate saint Elvis. Because for sure. And he was gone and so they just can't let him go. Well, then in the shadow of all of that, talk about the valley of the shadow of death. Lisa Marie's son died, and then of drugs, and then she died of a heart attack. And I made the statement because I loved them all. I had just been with them. Celebrating, you know, Elvis life. And to some extent, his death, and I made the statement that supreme fantastic success can often be more dangerous, the sudden success than long lives in poverty.
The Eric Metaxas Show
Legendary Entertainer Pat Boone Returns to Discuss His Book "IF"
"And gentlemen, you know, when I have the opportunity, I like to bring on a gigantic Hollywood star, you know, that that's on my level. And it's very rare that you can find those people anymore. But we found one, some of you know him, his name is pat Boone, pepin, welcome to this program. Welcome to thank you. Thank you for that great introduction. I'm far more than I deserve. Yeah, oh yeah. Listen, you. Become a friend, so I like to joke around with you. And the last time you were on, you know, I want to talk to you about your new book. But we always get on the side tracks. Yes, the book. The title of the book is if IF if one word if the eternal choice, we almost make and you say on the cover, not religious life or death. So this is kind of the big question, but. The first question I often want to ask people who've written a book is for whom did you write the book? And those who did you have in mind when you wrote this book if. And by the way, I got to be clear. There's a couple of books out there right now that look just like this one with the same title if don't buy those books by this one by pat Boone. I don't look like this ever. They don't look like this. This was specifically designed by me to look like something that you probably wouldn't want to read and it says here specifically not religious, a warning sign, because this book is aimed at the non religious person who, unfortunately, make up over half the American public now, according to the pollsters. But they still have the same questions about life. And you and I both know that if you're just floating through this culture, it's hard to find solid answers. And I know that's why you wrote the book is because there are people that they're questioning, but they don't know where to look. And I know at the very least, that's the main reason or that's one of the main reasons I should say that you wrote the book is to reach those people with this provocative title if IF, if. But there's another book that looks very similar titled if it's not by pat Boone. We're talking about baboon
North Korean Lazarus Group Allegedly Tries to Phish Euler Exploiter
"Ronin bridge exploiter has sent an unchained message to the Euler exploiter, the message contains a link to a decryption tool and requests the Euler exploiter to use its private key with a tool to decrypt a message. The Euler team urged the Euler exploiter to not use the tool because it contains a vulnerability that could lead to a private key compromise. The Euler exploiter responded to the team's message, claiming they quote still want to do the right thing. Last week, the Euler exploiter had sent 100 ether to the same sanctioned while it addressed associated with the ronin bridge hack, but while it is believed to be controlled by a North Korean hacking group known as the Lazarus group, the Euler exploiter is yet to return the remaining funds back to the oiler protocol.
AP News Radio
Pence seeks 'common sense' Social Security, Medicare reform
"Former vice president Mike Pence is still in the category of Republicans described as mulling a 2024 presidential bid, but he is laying out the policy approaches he'd like to see. I'm Ben Thomas, with this latest comments, common sense, and compassionate solutions. That's what Mike Pence says it'll take to reform entitlement programs in the nation's debt burden. Speaking to students at Washington and Lee university, the former vice president suggested changes are needed to social security and Medicare. As they closed in on projected and solvency dates. And while not offering specifics, he asserted, we can introduce common sense reforms that will never touch anyone who is in retirement or anyone who will retire in the next 25 years. The Pence said it will take courage to do it in the support of the current generation of young adults. Many leading Republicans, including Donald Trump, have recently signaled unwillingness to touch entitlement programs that the party has a history of threatening them. I'm Ben Thomas
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"His guests. No, no, no, hang on. Don't shoot fast. I don't so weird. And what is Welsh? I know what rabbit. Mister Jones, I his guests were Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. And he sang, so I'm thinking, oh, this will be great. From back in the day. But Tom Jones was singing the lead. Like wood ships. Have you seen this? Yeah, I have. It is just pain. It's weird. He was the 5th wheel? Yeah, yeah, he sang. It was his show. Wait a minute, young was there? Of course, Neil had the silence. Neil has the side musical. It's like a chin strap. They go all the way down. But no, those guys were in their heyday. Crosby stills Nash young and Jones? Yeah. Is it fair to say it's just not good? It's so weird. His big voice doesn't really work for that song. I mean, as great as those guys are. What song was it? I think it was wooden ships, right? I had to put it out of my mind. It was so painful. It was one of the areas. I think it was a David Crosby tune. Wow. Yeah, that's what ships. Does he have a good sense of humor because I really want them to do Crosby stills, Nash and old? I think that would just be a fun tour, now that they're all old guys. Oh, Neil's great. I don't know if he has a sense of humor, but he's a nice guy where I was at a press conference thing. It's a long boring story, but the essence of what was there was a technical issue, and I couldn't get the sound for this network. We were doing some stuff. And I went up to Neil Young and he said, oh sure, come on over and we walked over to the car and he was, couldn't have been more cordial. Oh, very nice, good. What other people there were dicks about it? Yeah, he was real nice. I need help with something. I'm your man. My favorite app was an app called dark sky. For weather forecasting. Can you change over? I told you to change over 6 months ago. Yeah, but dark sky became the weather channel. And that it's rain. The weather channel is going to eat at its Byron Allen. He's going to eat up everything. Is that who bought it? I think it's gone. January 1st. Do you remember this? This is the dark sky story. We are sitting outside, but there's a sort of umbrella, so I'm the only person that is not under the umbrella. Right. And I go, can we please sit inside, I'm getting rained on. My dad goes, well, I check dark sky. It says it's not raining. And I go, no, there's water on my food right now. And yet, if it's the best app, a weather weather person, weatherman friend of mine had turned me on to it. And you know what he likes about that app? Is he can look at someone as they're trying to have lunch with him, which people only have lunch
"stills" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Her entire life and the crowd went crazy. And later that night, he stole my wife's vape pen. And that's David. What's on brand? Yeah, listen, here's the thing. There's a great movie made. AJ Eaton did a film at Cameron Crowe produced called remember my name. It came out three years ago. We did a town hall in front of an audience with David and Cameron Crowe. We're going to air that again tonight because the film is a great tribute to him and we played nothing but his music last night with the birds and of course with Crosby, Stills & Nash and I also want to point out although obituary say he's in the Hall of Fame twice. But as I said to Steven on our show, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young is a totally different band and deserves to be in the Hall of Fame again. David almost did a sexy liberal show twice, but then he had some heart problems. If you might remember that three years ago, and just so much great music and he's released 5 great albums in the last 8 years and I think people should listen to his newer stuff because that's what he was so proud of. I don't know. I was in LA next week and I was going to go up to Santa Barbara and visit him and his wife Jan. And look, it's amazing he made it to 81. The beauty put himself through and he did it because of love and creativity. That's how he lived so long. Yeah. You know, I just have little memory, but oh my God, you know, I'm sure I've been to the Greek many times here in LA, but it just such a gorgeous outdoor theater and so I got to watch Crosby, Stills & Nash from backstage 'cause of Steven and but I just was saying, you know, there's some things that you never get out of your head and David's hair flying back like watching you play from that close and then also just finding out how nice he was and down to earth in person. I mean, that's the only time I think I ever met him in person, but just amazing. Fearless. Fearless. I saw him in town hall once, and he did, he came out at the first act just like wearing jeans and a T-shirt. And then after intermission, he came out on stage wearing a suit and tie. You could never tell where he was going to go. And just the creativity and, you know, I'm shocked at how sad it makes me because he was 81. He lived a lot longer than anyone ever thought he would live. But it really gets to me because after a while they become a friend and he's someone who is just such an original thinker and I'm just, look, I'm grateful he got to be alive when he was making when he was making music. You, you were profound on Twitter just about, you know, in general, you said when we're old and dying in our lives or flashing before our eyes, it's gonna be a drag to watch the parts where everybody's screamed about the debt ceiling. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. Well, you know, right? That's the party of dine and dash. The party that says government doesn't work won't stop trying to prove it. And in their midterm campaigns, what were they talking about? Fighting inflation, right? Right. Immigration crime, wokeness, energy independence, whatever nonsense they were saying. They never talked about the deficit. They never talked about balancing a budget. They never talked about cutting social security or Medicare. Don't trust any politician who says things like entitlements, okay? Yes. They called him an entitlement so they don't have to call them earned benefits or my favorite thing they're saying now reforms to mandatory spending programs. All you got to remember Friends is this number. You ready? 1873. 1873, 18, the number of times they raised the debt limit under Reagan. 7, the number of times they raise it under Bush and three, the number of times they raise the debt limit under Donald Trump. Liars and again, the Wall Street donors who own them aren't amused by this. This is not going to end well for Kevin McCarthy and it's possible the Nazi clot caucus is doing this just to move him out of the speakers. Even earlier. Yes, you tweeted back a Jim Jordan tweeted student loan quote unquote forgiveness will benefit wealthy elites. Once again, Joe Biden forgets about real America, and you said real America chose the democratic candidate for president 7 of the last 8 elections, also wealthy elites don't have student loan debt you goggles knob. I just like when you call people godless knobs. Well, you know, there's godless knobs, and then there's Jim Jordan. And you know I should have been like Jim and just look the other way, but instead I chose to intervene. Okay. You also tweeted science never made me doubt the existence of God, but wealthy televangelists do. Yes. We were just talking this week because of, you know, also Lisa Marie Presley. Just these anti vaxxers, we are never going to be rid of them. Any celebrity death. I'm sure they're probably already said it about David Crosby. You know that I knew by midnight. They said, well, he was 81 years old and was a drug addict for decades. It must be the COVID vaccine. Right. Right. And the same with Lisa Marie. And when midwin Charles died, almost two years ago, that's what they did all day for midwin. And none of these people cared about midwin. None of these people care about Lisa Marie. None of these people care about David. You know, look, I'm all for questioning authority. I'm all for questioning big pharma. But science is science and it works. And you're going to hear for all the anti vax propaganda you hear, we're not losing 3000 people a day anymore. The hospitals are not overflowing anymore. There's not a freezer truck outside Mount Sinai, a few blocks from my place anymore. All the bodies. The vaccines work. Are they perfect? No, but they keep people out of the hospital. And right now, with the COVID surge, 90% of the deaths are people over 65. So, you know, it's still bad. We're not out of it yet, but again, man, it's just they're hijacking the whole thing for their anti vaccine program. And you know, they care about themselves. It's just they care about themselves and not the other people. You know this. I love when you my personal comedy Jesus. Bitch slapped someone with a Bible on Twitter as he does. Dave tweeted, if caring for the poor is following Jesus doesn't it make sense that the government we elect should also care for the poor on our behalf collectively. You said why it's almost like you're talking about a government based on actual Christian values. That's what makes me stabby. Yeah. Here's the deal. I've had it with you. Jesus said, help deport but never should the government can pick my pocket, never said the government should hold the gun to my head and force me to be able to be able to clear. No, no. No. You were voting fake Christian Satan. Here's the deal in Matthew 25, Jesus says, individuals and nations, very important, individuals and nations will be judged by how they take care of the poor, take care of the sick, are kind of those in prison and welcome to stranger. That's four things the Republican Party can't stand. And Jesus is the guy who says to pay your taxes. That's render rent a Caesar that which is Caesar's. So again, it's like, I'd love to have a government based on Christian values, but these guys would call it socialism. Yeah. And also, just, you know, that you keep calling out racism on Twitter. You just said, I don't know if And Jefferson Davis birthday. Right now in this century, three different state holidays to celebrate white supremacist rape murder enslavement. But no state holiday for Juneteenth. Three days to celebrate slavery, one no day to celebrate the end of slavery and runs out here smugly saying that systemic racism is a myth. It's like he keeps proving why it's real. The very people who are trying to ban what they call critical race theory are proving critical race theory right. They're trying to keep children from learning the truth because they don't want the children of racists to know about what their grandparents did. Yeah. Speaking of, I love this in terms of racism, Jack posobiec. He's the right wing. Whatever he just said, Derek Chauvin did not murder George Floyd. And you just said that moment when your racism is stronger than your own eyes. I mean, yeah. But again, that's how you spot a racist in America right now. They're not wearing hoods and burning crosses. Those are bigots. I'm talking to racists, and they are the people who are
"stills" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Age of 81, Crosby was a founding member of influential 60s rock bands, the birds, and later Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, his wife said in a statement to variety he died surrounded by family after battling along on this Crosby was elected to The Rock and Hall of Fame twice. WABC. Firefighters are battling a fast moving blaze at this hour on an apartment building in Yonkers the fire broke out on a building located on mulberry street according to ABC 7 two people were pulled from that fire their conditions are unknown, the fire invested. The fire is still active as of right now, the cause under investigation. Actor Alec Baldwin could have a tough legal road ahead of him following the decision from a New Mexico district attorney to charge the actor with two counts of involuntary manslaughter, attorney and host of the weekend Michael Brown says Baldwin's previous statements could hurt him in court. Everything that he said, including the denials of shooting the gun when in fact we know that he shot the gun, that's going to be used in the jury in the case before the jury. Brown also says the DA's office likely was cautious in its decision because Baldwin is a high profile actor. Amra Hannah Gutierrez Reed will also be charged with two counts of involuntary manslaughter. Gene Mattis is a reporter for variety and he says now that Baldwin has been charged directors will likely stop casting him. It's certainly not good for his career, even if he is acquitted and there will always be people who think that he did something wrong here. Baldwin's New York neighbors say the prosecutor in New Mexico had no choice but to charge the 64 year old actor. Because he's shot the gun. So he should have been charged. Accidental or not. Wow, it's really hard because he may not know what was in that gun, but pointed the gun at her and shooting her is like crazy. No one Leighton W ABC News. Nassau county executive Bruce blakeman and other community leaders are outraged by the disgraceful plea deal offered to the man behind a brutal anti semitic attack, and he wants Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg to reconsider. This was
"stills" Discussed on Music Swap
"It's interesting that you would pick a stereolab album. I mean, I mean, I've liked them for almost around three years now. Yeah. That's crazy. St. Vincent and stereolab are like still favorites even after like three years. I mean, I've liked them since 96, so. Yeah, but three. You want to talk about crazy. You're saying three years for me, that's what? 26 years? Well, three years was like three years ago was before I even really started to try to develop my music taste. All right. Well, cool. Yeah, I mean, I think that summarizes that one pretty nicely. So let's move on to song chat. Wait, you'd say it was a win, right? I would. Oh my gosh, that's such a relief. Thank you. You couldn't go wrong with this one. Right. How do you listen to it before? This particular one no, I hadn't. Wow. Yeah. So that was nice too. So I introduced you to stereo lab out. That's true. Yes. Yeah, you did because as I mentioned a few episodes that go my stereo lab window is three albums. Is it in tomato ketchup? Transient random and Mars audio Mars all yet context. Exactly. Okay. Exactly. So and I have listened to dots and loops, but I kind of stopped at that point. Yeah. So nothing after that and nothing before, which this falls before. So yeah, this was completely new. And I appreciate that. Yay. All right, cool. Well, for song chat, I recommended an oldie but goodie. What year was this from? 1966. I think I mistakenly said it was from 69 last week. That's what my guess was honestly. Yeah, it's from 66. So it was the band buffalo Springfield, which, if you're not familiar, among other members, had Stephen Stills who wrote this song who later was in Crosby, Stills & Nash. Oh. Also on guitar in Buffalo Springfield is Neil Young, who later joined Crosby steelton Nash and formed Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. Are they like categorized as two different bands? Crosby stills Nash versus Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young? Yeah. I think people consider them the same band. I mean, the core of that music is the harmonies. It's the vocalizations. And that was Crosby, Stills & Nash. They're the root of that. So Neil Young came along, he added some of their songwriting and guitar work and he added some vocals and stuff, but you know, Neil Young's never been really known for his vocals. He's mostly his songwriting is guitar. Is he the one who had that album gold rush? Yes. Well, there's after the gold rush? Yes. That guy. Okay, yeah, I heard a song by him and I was like, man, this looks like it would be an essential album, but God, this guy's voice is a little annoying. Yeah, with his music, it's kind of similar to, you know, maybe like Bob Dylan in a way that if to appreciate the music, it's not just the, what you first hear, it's you gotta look deeper into what's being said, how he's saying it. It's not necessarily the vocals, but the overall content of the song. So yeah, I bet I'd like it if I yeah, but in that being said, you know, yeah, he wasn't like a main driving force in all the harmonies and everything that already existed between Crosby, Stills & Nash. But he and Steven still has already had that connection. And they were both in this band buffalo Springfield to bring it back around. Oh yeah. Crazy times. So Steven stills wrote this song..
On The Media
"stills" Discussed on On The Media
"Prime minister of former battlefield general expressed shock at how much the new world resembled the old. We never thought we'd need to go back and consider potassium iodide again, he said. And yet Romania will be spending millions for those pills to help block radiation poisoning should a nuke go off. But just how likely is the threat of nuclear war? Taking a closer look at Russia's nuclear weapons systems might temper some of those anxious narratives. Kristin van brug studies Russian nuclear strategy, as opposed to doctoral fellow at the university of Oslo. Welcome to the show Kristen. Thank you very much. Glad to be here. Mikhail, who's the author of all the Kremlin's men, described the quote collective Putin that is to say the echo chamber of yes men submissively validating Putin's ideas to the point where now he has really and truly come to believe that only he can save Russia, but is there any suggestion that this monolithic decision making is happening with regard to nukes? We do believe the Russian president alone can not make a decision and issue an order to launch a nuclear weapon. We believe that there are three so called nuclear suitcases in Russia where one is with the president, but two others are with the defense minister and the chief of the general staff. How does that compare to how it works in the U.S.? The difference is that the decision in the American system lies with the president alone and the decision in the Russian system lies with the president in consultation with either the defense minister or the chief of the general staff. We know there has been tension with the defense minister, Russian defense minister Sergei shoigu filled different positions within the Russian government for almost two decades in recent days and weeks. There has been speculation about this relationship between minister shoyu and president Putin, is not been seen in public for some time. In connection with the relatively abysmal performance of the Russian military in Ukraine. And then we have the chief of the general staff. I haven't heard much about how he stands. Putin only needs him. He doesn't need shoygu. Chief of the general staff gerasimov is a military professional and has executed a number of military operations, including the military operation into Ukraine in 2014 and the annexation of Crimea and operations in Syria as well, but general gerasimov and Troy gu as well. We don't know their personal preferences when it comes to nuclear weapons. We do, however, have some insights into the debates that have been going on within the general staff. Russian military theorists traditionally talk about different types of wars than they typify these wars according to their scale and scope and intensity. And the type of war that we are seeing in Ukraine is one that Russian military planners would probably denote a local war that is a limited war with a limited number of actors or states. And where the warring action takes place on the territory of those states. Nuclear weapons would not play a significant role in this type of war. Let's talk about some of the actions that caused a tremendous amount of anxiety in the west, including a few days after Russia invaded Putin, ordering his military leaders to put Russian nuclear deterrent forces on a special regime of combat duty. This was reported in some papers as Putin threatening escalation to nuclear war by putting his weapons on alert. Officials in the U.S. didn't know exactly what it meant. What did it mean? Russian officials actually came out afterwards to clarify this perhaps in response to the western confusion regarding what this meant and said, this means that we have increased the level of Manning in the military units that contain strategic long-range nuclear forces that can reach targets, for example, in the United States. This was a signal to the west not to interfere. It was not a signal that Russia was considering using nuclear weapons because the Russians know that that would be a suicidal act. Nevertheless, a perception of a nuclear trigger happy Putin isn't entirely speculative. Some of it comes directly from his own rhetoric on nuclear weapons, right? There is significant reason for this speculation in part because of the way that the military operation in Ukraine is evolving. The Russian leadership could turn increasingly desperate. So as to reach to either nuclear weapons or other weapons of mass destruction, I mean the potential for Russian chemical weapons use or even biological weapons use. There has also been the speculation about Putin's isolation, his rationality, the degree to which he's able to assess the costs and benefits of a certain action based on what the spectacles of his cabinet meetings. Basically calls of his cabinet meetings, also the initial decision to launch this large invasion into Ukraine. I mean that seemed like a totally irrational action that could not, in any way produce the outcome that he seems to be interested in. But having said that, I think it's important to remember that there is a difference between a nuclear signaling and actual nuclear employment in the conflict in Ukraine. In the event that this war becomes a direct confrontation between Russia and NATO, I think that the potential or the likelihood for nuclear employment from the Russian side may increase dramatically. But then we are talking about an outright war between NATO and Russia and where NATO in fact attacks targets on Russian territory. So this is a very different situation from the situation we have today. On Russian territory. You see, this is a big question for me. NATO and the west in general. See a no fly zone, which would involve attacking and shooting down Russian aircraft as crossing a potential red line. We don't know, though. What that red line is and whether it will stay where it is. The Russian leadership has talked about this no fly zone as a potential red line as well to warn the west against directly becoming involved in this conflict. But I think that that red line basically pertains to a direct confrontation between NATO and Russia actually materializing. That is not to say that a direct confrontation between NATO and Russia would immediately produce nuclear escalation, but the point is that at the moment that you have a direct confrontation, both sides may start considering taking actions to destroy or inhibit the military capabilities of the other side, for example, NATO strikes on Russian territory or Russian strikes on NATO territory. Then you have basically an outright war between NATO and Russia and this is the type of situation where Russia starts talking about a threat to the very existence of its state. In those circumstances,.
On The Media
"stills" Discussed on On The Media
"Could leave it. I suppose. It's still a role of the dice. I'm Anna sale host of death sex and money, and our new series is hard, where we tell the story of Viagra and how it changed sex forever. I think that if men had more realistic expectations for their penises, we'd have a lot less distress. Listen, wherever you get podcasts. This is on the media. I'm Brooke gladstone. Since the start of the conflict in Ukraine, talk of Russian nukes has loomed over the coverage. As Russia's tanks rolled into Ukraine, Vladimir Putin made a threat not heard since the height of the Cold War. Russia's response will be immediate and will lead you to such consequences never experienced in your history. Then days later, he raised the alert level of the world's largest nuclear arsenal. Only president Putin knows how far he would really go in the meantime, it's a gamble that the west can't afford to take. The New York Times this week reported about new spending priorities in Europe in response to the war. In it, the recently elected Romanian prime minister of former battlefield general expressed shock at how much the new world resembled the old. We never thought we'd need to go back and consider potassium iodide again, he said. And yet Romania will be spending millions for those pills to help block radiation poisoning should a nuke go off. But just how likely is the threat of nuclear war? Taking a closer look at Russia's nuclear weapons systems might temper some of those anxious narratives. Kristin van brug studies Russian nuclear strategy, as opposed to doctoral fellow at the university of Oslo. Welcome to the show Kristen. Thank you very much. Glad to be here. Mikhail, who's the author of all the Kremlin's men, described the quote collective Putin that is to say the echo chamber of yes men submissively validating Putin's ideas to the point where now he has really and truly come to believe that only he can save Russia, but is there any suggestion that this monolithic decision making is happening with regard to nukes? We do believe the Russian president alone can not make a decision and issue an order to launch a nuclear weapon. We believe that there are three so called nuclear suitcases in Russia where one is with the president, but two others are with the defense minister and the chief of the general staff. How does that compare to how it works in the U.S.? The difference is that the decision in the American system lies with the president alone and the decision in the Russian system lies with the president in consultation with either the defense minister or the chief of the general staff. We know there has been tension with the defense minister, Russian defense minister Sergei shoigu filled different positions within the Russian government for almost two decades in recent days and weeks. There has been speculation about this relationship between minister shoyu and president Putin, is not been seen in public for some time. In connection with the relatively abysmal performance of the Russian military in Ukraine. And then we have the chief of the general staff. I haven't heard much about how he stands. Putin only needs him. He doesn't need shoygu. Chief of the general staff gerasimov is a military professional and has executed a number of military operations, including the military operation into Ukraine in 2014 and the annexation of Crimea and operations in Syria as well, but general gerasimov and Troy gu as well. We don't know their personal preferences when it comes to nuclear weapons. We do, however, have some insights into the debates that have been going on within the general staff. Russian military theorists traditionally talk about different types of wars than they typify these wars according to their scale and scope and intensity. And the type of war that we are seeing in Ukraine is one that Russian military planners would probably denote a local war that is a limited war with a limited number of actors or states. And where the warring action takes place on the territory of those states. Nuclear weapons would not play a significant role in this type of war. Let's talk about some of the actions that caused a tremendous amount of anxiety in the west, including a few days after Russia invaded Putin, ordering his military leaders to put Russian nuclear deterrent forces on a special regime of combat duty. This was reported in some papers as Putin threatening escalation to nuclear war by putting his weapons on alert. Officials in the U.S. didn't know exactly what it meant. What did it mean? Russian officials actually came out afterwards to clarify this perhaps in response to the western confusion regarding what this meant and said, this means that we have increased the level of Manning in the military units that contain strategic long-range nuclear forces that can reach targets, for example, in the United States. This was a signal to the west not to interfere. It was not a signal that Russia was considering using nuclear weapons because the Russians know that that would be a suicidal act. Nevertheless, a perception of a nuclear trigger happy Putin isn't entirely speculative. Some of it comes directly from his own rhetoric on nuclear weapons, right? There is significant reason for this speculation in part because of the way that the military operation in Ukraine is evolving. The Russian leadership could turn increasingly desperate. So as to reach to either nuclear weapons or other weapons of mass destruction, I mean the potential for Russian chemical weapons use or even biological weapons use. There has also been the speculation about Putin's isolation, his rationality, the degree to which he's able to assess the costs and benefits of a certain action based on what the spectacles of his cabinet meetings. Basically calls of his cabinet meetings, also the initial decision to launch this large invasion into Ukraine. I mean that seemed like a totally irrational action that could not, in any way produce the outcome that he seems to be interested in. But having said that, I think it's important to remember that there is a difference between a nuclear signaling and actual nuclear employment in the conflict in Ukraine. In the event that this war becomes a direct confrontation between Russia and NATO, I think that the potential or the likelihood for nuclear employment from the Russian side may increase dramatically. But then we are talking about an outright war between NATO and Russia and where NATO in fact attacks targets on Russian territory. So this is a very different situation from the situation we have today. On Russian territory. You see, this is a big question for me. NATO and the west in general. See a no fly zone, which would involve attacking and shooting down Russian aircraft as crossing a potential red line. We don't know, though. What that red line.
"stills" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Cost of freedom by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young Neo young's former bandmates have also asked to remove their music from Spotify and protest of Joe Rogan This is democracy now democracy now dot org the war and peace report Calls are growing for the audio streaming app Spotify to remove Joe Rogan's podcast from its platform After he promoted misinformation about COVID-19 on his show and as video resurfaced showing Rogan making repeated racist comments Last Friday the Grammy winning singer India arie joined other artists who've pulled their music from Spotify as she shared a viral video showing Rogan using the N word on his show to dozen times The word You've already said he is just like she's calling you a boy that he's in and starts to call him Other resurfaced videos show Joe Rogan saying black people have different brains And comparing a neighborhood with no white people to the Planet of the Apes Rogan posted an apology video on his Instagram account last weekend in which he addressed the video super cut I'm making this video to talk about the most regretful and shameful thing that I've ever had to talk about publicly There's a video that's out that's a compilation of me saying the N word It's a video that's made of clips taken out of context of me of 12 years of conversations on my podcast and it's all smushed together and it looks horrible even to me I know that to most people there's no context where a white person is ever allowed to say that word Never mind publicly on a podcast And I agree with that now I haven't said in years In a video response Wednesday India arie said she thought some of Rogan's apology was disingenuous and added Spotify's built on the back of the music streaming so they take this money that's built from streaming and they pay this guy a $100 million but they pay us 0.003% of a penny She said I also cited writer roxane gay and others and clarifying she wanted Spotify to curate its content not censor what it on its platform Censorship is being at the threat of loss of life or freedom for your words What's being censored here She said this is not censorship This is about curation Curation meaning choosing what you want in a space Choosing the space you want around you curation This is not about censorship This is about curation And so Spotify is making the choice about the space they choose to curate I and other creators are making choices about the space we want to curate My conversation is not about Joe Rogan is not about Spotify is about my integrity and my dignity.
The Dr. Susan Block Show
"stills" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show
"I mean everything's gonna be okay because you're probably not gonna live to see how bad things are gonna get although they're already getting bad so if you're in certain parts of the world it's already happening and certainly for the people that this in-cell shot and killed one. Of whom was his mother and the others were just people not even women who turned him down. You know. that's the whole idea of the in cell. The women turn him down and he reacts see. Here's what bonobos do was very interesting and you'll learn more about this on survival of the friendliest but this is very important. There are no in cells in bonneville and yet they're our favorite males the females are very dominant. I mean at least you could say female empowered and considering the males are bigger and stronger and have fangs. The fact that the females kind of run things is amazing but the females do have a lot of sex in the males really excited about this mostly. The sex is outer course but of course they do have intercourse mostly. The intercourse is with just a certain select. Few guys that they feel are actually the friendliest guys most charming cutest. You know hottest guys but the other guys are not in cells are not pushed aside. They get to have lots of outer cores. They get to probably have intercourse with the older females. They get to have sex with each other and it's not looked down on male male sex. They're all pan sexual. They have sex with all kinds of sex and they masturbate. And it's okay. Our society says the sex is a competition. And you gotta get the best and the in sales feel like they're not gonna get the best and they don't understand if you can't be with the one you love love. The one you're with is an old hippie song. Crosby stills and nash i think he's just stills instills and i remember when i first heard that song kinda hated it as a teenager and i liked crosby stills and nash but i thought it was a sellout type of song like you can't have your ideal go with the real. You can't be with the one you love love the one you're with and sometimes who's the one you're with yourself you especially in the corona apocalypse and that's okay i love the one you're with because the ideal is the enemy of the real. And that's the thing about these insoles and they are idealist. They don't want to accept the real and society in the form of advertising and the media and the celebrity culture that we live in. It encourages them to go for that ideal and to not for anything less than living your best life. I hate that phrase. I'm living.
Around the Horn
"stills" Discussed on Around the Horn
"The horn to you. What's the one thing sons must do tonight to even the series at. What's the one thing that can do tonight to end it. Well i would say the one thing because it leads to so many other things that the sons need to do. Tony is to take care of the basketball when they take care of the basketball. The bill zip that ball around and find the open shooter when they take care of the boscell in zip around. Get the open shooter. They score thereby preventing the box from getting out in transition and destroying them by doing so. If you take care of the basketball you don't have to follow the bucks and put them to the line where they are killing you also from the free throw line so i will just stop there. There are plenty of other things. But it's such a basic thing. Take care of the basketball because possessions are so precious time just intensity the one thing the sun's needs to do or how the opposite side. The bucks are forty eight minutes away from a championship. What do they need to do. I mean well. I guess it applies to both sides like phoenix is getting destroyed on fast. Breaks milwaukee's is averaging nearly double the amount of points and then games four and five. The fast break margin was in favor of milwaukee and it was big it was bigger than the final score margin so that means phoenix a lot in the half court but they need to get out and run. Because you can't let a great defensive teams like the bucks lead by middle. Excuse me by holiday get set. They just can't do that. And another place where phoenix is getting destroy and if they want to have any hope when they're getting mold on the offensive glass sixty eight to thirty six in the series. They got address. That when you say like that it sounds so simple though. It's all that needs to happen to that. But we've got sarah and george differently. Go head sara being. Yeah i'll start with the bucks. I kind of made a crack at mike. Boot and holzer is expensive running out of basketball cliches and giving us football. Instead he started talking about how they had to keep his blocking and tackling but the point was a valid when they are doing those things like just intensely mentioned. They've doubled them up on the offensive boards. They've doubled them up in transition. They have taken fifty six more shots than the sons in the series when you account for field goals and free throws because they're doing all of those things right so the bucks just need to keep doing that right protecting the ball offensive rebounding defending the way they have. They're going to be fine for the sons. It's much more. Complicated to jackie's point it's a number of factors that they have to improve but it all comes down to one thing and that is they need to run the offense through chris. Paul if devon booker gets his. The bucks are fine with that early in the series. It was about chris. Paul and that motion offense the drive in kicks the pick and rolls waste could manipulate even a great defense at the bucks. Were showing them and instead. Now when they let devon booker kill them and they shut down paul having holiday. Pick them up at the half court. The offense is. I don't know how to do that against this team. But that's what they have to do is all the way there but shoe maybe made me georgia added the monty williams. Bit here and how they might do that. Phoenix and milwaukee on the other side. Go ahead joji well tony. I do think that everybody's nailed it here. Ball movement to me was kind of my thing specifically if you look at devon booker right. We've been enamored with these forty point games that he's had but there's not a lot of ball guven the way they got your tony. Was everybody getting their opportunity spreading the floor driving kick as sarah mentioned. Here's the stat on devon booker. That's damning despite the forty point games. Twenty four field goal attempts in the fourth quarter zero assists. We haven't had anyone do that in the finals. Since nineteen ninety seven. Here's the other stat for devon booker. You need to know when the sun's have five or excuse me. One booker has five or less assists opportunities. Which is passing the ball to somebody with the opportunity to score a basket and shoot the ball. The sons are one in four in those situations which means is not looking to pass to set up guys. He's looking to get his own shot. So in the last three games in the three losses he's had forests opportunities forces opportunities and only three assist opportunities in the last game. He needs to get his guys. Involved it's not just chris paul but let me ask you this way george. It worked in the first two games. Maybe that's how these phoenix suns are built. Is that the possibility here. No no to the contrary if you look at their baldwin you look at their three point attempts and that to me is a big a big status for his. If everybody's sharing the ball because guys like crowder and mcgill. Bridges are getting involved if you get the high three point percentage and you get the ball movement. Chris paul games that sarah alluded to earlier. That's the recipe for. Success is not book going forty. And going i show the hands in that sense. You wanna add to that. Yeah just a quick note to what's donald talking about those assist opportunities. They had fifty three in game one. And it's gone down successively in every game to twenty nine in that last game five. They were the best in the league at those assist opportunities. It's gone down. That's why it was working in games one and two and has gotten progress. But here's why it wasn't working anymore because the box everyone's talking about offense and i understand it's historic. It's their defense guys. They've they've switching and they're staying home. Those opportunities have evaporated remember the corner. Threes that we were all harping about that had eight over the last three games. Give jerus- holiday jaanus all those guys credit..
The Barbra May Show
"stills" Discussed on The Barbra May Show
"Rape as a minor. Having been there myself breaks my heart to think of being seven being treated without respect as a young child also breaks my heart. Because i've been and i am a target and i've created this visual target for everybody and i'm more than aware of this. I have had death threats. I have been be threatened to a point where i've had to think about things myself because i have three amazing tool from but it has to start with one pass and i believe the highest conscience. Whoever they are the universe. God whoever you want to call it has put me through each of these headlines to see if i get over them the whole trauma of my childhood the whole of my relationship with my former partner to see if i would be strong enough than to actually take a stand and plead and you used executive right where plead from my heart to ask people just to stop for a minute and how in any way they come ever look for I haven't looked for my sister. I wouldn't know stall. I took a longtime accepting what had happened. Because it's a scary concept and having happened twenty. It happened that he is after my situation. It was very hard. Digest that the mentality of somebody would still be so vindictive that they think that this honor that they feel that they're retaining is really where of taking a child's life and i've had nightmares about time. I'm not going to lie because at twenty one. I know how it felt lying. There road could literally bones broken mentality. Broken thinking this is it now. You'll about to go but also accepting death is not a bad thing. Because i got to the point that maybe that was my cooling to die at that point in that moment but knowing that she was taken from country to country from the united kingdom before she got to india knowing that my father took over that mothers knowledge in having had children myself thinking about how six year old would think. It's very difficult on set and a lot of things. I struggle with awe. Somebody else's pain not my own my own pain even in the talk. When i talk about myself. I can talk about it because i've moved on. But knowing there are hundreds of nina's thousands of nina stills on multiple system may be still struggling every day waking up in fair. Not knowing what's going to.
The Tom Dupree Show
"stills" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show
"Welcome back to tom. Depre- show. This is a special fourth of july weekend edition where tom is sharing some of his favorite songs little background and a little bit. Bobble that Is stephen stills on the vocals and a lot of the her instruments Of crosby stills nash and young and prior to that buffalo springfield Stephen stills was kinda the mover and shaker in every ban that he was in he you know he could play multiple instruments. He's a good songwriter. He was just kind of a driving force Wherever he went. And whatever he did and He's got a really great Solo album that came out. I think in one thousand nine hundred seventy still very listenable Lot of great songs some of which were later performed by other people. It's also got like three tracks on their the jimi hendrix plays on and they actually talked about trying to get jimmy hendrix into crosby stills nash in instead of neil young it would have been crosby stills nash and ix that would have been interesting really we might have saved his life who knows but You know he's just. I've i've seen these videos about. Who broke up crosby stills nash. They all blame david crosby. And he takes the blind. But stephen stills you know just i don't know he just he and quite a good one okay that's i. That's loans four. Finally dear brothers and sisters. We urge you in the name of the lord jesus to live in a way that pleases god as we have taught you you live this way already and we encourage you to do so even more for you remember what we talked to you by the authority of the lord. Jesus god's will is for you to be holy so stay away from all sexual sin in each of you will control his own body in live in holiness. An honor not in full passion like the pagans who do not know god is ways that describes probably most of our country nowadays to very sobering thought never harm or cheat a fellow believer in this matter by violating his wife for the lord of inches. All such sins as we have solemnly warned you before god has called us to live holy lives not impure lives therefore anyone who refuses to live by these rules is not disobeying human teaching but as rejecting god who gives his holy spirit to you..
"stills" Discussed on WTVN
"Nicknames for it. Bucks. Stills, buckaroos Lula shadow down, but we know your kids. Also have a bazillion questions about money. I wonder how many works how is when he made more than two money and one? How can you buy things with dollar bills? When they're just pieces of green paper? Who decides what things are worth? What is money made out of Daniel? It's not paper because it doesn't rip. Yeah, those ones and answering them can be uncomfortable. Scary, embarrassing, just plain awkward. Which is why our new show is here to help. I'm Jed Kim from a new podcast from market place called Million Bazillion made in partnership with brains on each week. We're answering the questions kids have about money and how it works. And making your life a little easier along the way. Join us as we go back in time to find out who invented money, because, yeah, there was like an actual guy, A king who decided Let's make a new technology. And let's call it a coin, and we're going to teach your kids how to be expert negotiators. We're talking about life skills here, people, So there's something you want, but in order to get something from someone else, you have to help them get there. And then my mom was like I could see that in this negotiation paid off and you're very persuasive. And we're going to figure out why things cost what they do. Starting with pizza. It's radio for Columbus. 6 10 W TVs. Thank you for tuning. To the mark. Blazer show, Josh Cease and for Marco, Be back tomorrow Joined in studio by 6 10 to be TV and legal analyst and host of for the defense Sunday.
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"stills" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"Weed and playing their music too loud while Steven stills sneaks out the bathroom, a bathroom window and escapes. That sort of shit. And of course, the drugs and orgies were constant. So one of the clips in this documentary was some teeny Bopper show, some teeny Bopper music show they did back in like 1967 or so. And this announcer pops out. I don't know his name. He's announcing the show and he's introducing buffalo Springfield at some show at the Hollywood palace theater. And he's like, you know, when he announces the group, buffalo Springfield, I swear the girls in the audience who scream, they can not be older than 14. Even my daughter who's 16 was like, oh my God, how old are those girls? I said, they're pretty fucking young. And the video begins with Steven still singing, you know, the famous this, something happened in here, what it is, ain't exactly, you know, but after one verse of that, he like, does this funny little shuffle off from the microphone and upstands big old Neil Young? Dressed in leather and fringe and he walks taught the mic and he starts to squeeze out this hard charging song, mister salt. And let me tell you something. The jolt from. Stills stopping his verse and Neil Young coming on with this mister soul, it shocked me right back to my sisters, my sister's room in 1967 or so. The other day a friend asked me what I was up to and I said, just watching the documentary and listening to music, waiting for the spark to ignite and he didn't quite know what I meant. And I said, nah, this is just how some of my shit begins. I need to happen upon something could be a movie. It could be a song. And then the tumblers start to turn in my head and the lock pops open and suddenly I'm in a different world..
WNYC 93.9 FM
"stills" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"That just stayed with him emotionally stayed with him. So when he gets to the White House even before he gets to the White House, he wants to be sure are fast. Not gonna be in uniform. He has to be assured. He's not gonna be bringing a gun. We tell him. Don't worry When I let anybody bring guns into the White House, But he is everything is is grudging with him towards our fat because it's so difficult for him. To actually be there with him, and then the idea that he has to shake hands with him. It's just it physically emotionally viscerally is simply difficult for him. Can I add something to that drawer? Marengo head, you know, I heard the process of making the movies. I heard all those amazing stories from Dennis and from all the others. And my my challenge was how do I create a visual references to what they're speaking about? I was gonna ask you about this because the visuals are amazing. The film in the stills Yeah, And, amazingly, we discovered that all of those events which I've bean happening behind closed doors. Have been documented by the White House. Still photographers and there is a lot and they are almost invisible. So they are like a fly on the wall. And they document all those amazing moments that I only heard the Stories from Dennis and and when I managed to create to combine the those moments that were told to me like Arafat, Rabin sees our effort for the first time and what Dennis had described Now and you have that visually in the film in front of you. So you see all those moments all those amazing moments in front of you in the film. There's dramatic tape in on the South Lawn when the two leaders speak. Arafat speaks. It's in Arabic, and it's translated on the film, but we do have some tape. Have a bit of Utah Rabin's speech. Remember, it isn't easy for him to shake Arafat's hand. Here's some of what he said to the crowd that day..
Newsradio 600 KOGO
"stills" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Nicknames for it. Bucks. Stills, buckaroos Lula shadow down, But we know your kids also have a bazillion questions about money. I wonder how many works how is when he made Born wanted money and one How can you buy things with dollar bills? And they're just pieces of green paper who decides what things are worth? What is money made out of Daniel. It's not paper because it doesn't rip. Yeah, those ones and answering them can be uncomfortable. Scary, embarrassing, just plain awkward. Which is why our new show is here to help. I'm Jed Kim from a new podcast from market place called Million Bazillion made in partnership with brains on each week. We're answering the questions kids have about money and how it works. And making your life a little easier along the way. Join us as we go back in time to find out who invented money, because, yeah, there was like an actual guy, A king who decided Let's make a new technology and let's call it a coin. And we're going to teach your kids how to be expert negotiators. We're talking about life skills here, people, So there's something you want, But in order to get something from someone else, you have to help them get there. And then my mom was like I could see that in this negotiation paid off and you Very persuasive, and we're going to figure out why things cost what they do, starting with pizza With help from somebody who really knows pizza. I get to eat pizza every day, which is also my all time favorite food, plus finding out how advertisers trick your.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"stills" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Fact, coming in from New Hampshire looks good all the way into Medford. At this point, Lori granted WBC's traffic on the three Alright there, Laurie as we take a look now at the WBC four day AccuWeather forecast, Let's go live to WBC AC you weather Meteorologist in DeVore stills talking about some US light showers, Rain or so Sprinkles or flurries rotating around the part of the system that's still off to the east, coming down through the eastern side in New England, hitting the Cape in the coast this morning inland spots you are going to go toe a good amount of sunshine again at times today and even Keep in the coast to get into that, As we get into the afternoon temperatures today, Jim will get up to a high of about 40 41. But ah, brisk and chilly wind will keep real fields twenties this morning thirties this afternoon then Clear down to 27 9, mostly sunny, seasonably cold up to 38. Tomorrow mid thirties with some sunshine and cold weather for the weekend right now looks dry Monday. The situation for next week is it looks like there's a system that just stays to ourselves Tuesday and early Wednesday, but we'll keep an eye on that. Here on WBZ s Boston's news radio. All right, thank you there, Gene and still pretty chilly out there this morning. Right now we have partly cloudy skies in Boston 33 degrees right now. It is 5 25 on WBZ news radio and now a check on New England business. Draft Kings ready to press play, The Boston based fantasy sports and Betting platform has got to be pumped that legalized sports betting is on the way. In New York state, but of a shocking statement from governor.
KNST AM 790
"stills" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Bucks. Stills, buckaroos Lula Shadow. Don't But we know your kids also have a bazillion questions about money. I wonder how many works How is when he made more than two money and one? How can you buy things with dollar bills? When they're just pieces of green paper? Who decides what things are worth? What is money made out of No, it's not paper because it doesn't rip. Yeah, those ones and answering them can be uncomfortable. Scary, embarrassing, just plain awkward. Which is why our new show is here to help. I'm Jed Kim from a new podcast from market place called Million Bazillion made in partnership with brains on each week. We're answering the questions kids have about money and how it works. And making your life a little easier along the way. Join us as we go back in time to find out who invented money, because, yeah, there was like a national guy, A king who decided Let's make a new technology and let's call it a coin. And we're going to teach your kids how to be expert negotiators. We're talking about life skills here, people, So there's something you want, But in order to get something from someone else, you have to help them get there. And then my mom was like I could see that in this negotiation paid off and you're Very persuasive, and we're going to figure out why things cost what they do, starting with pizza With help from somebody who really knows pizza. I get to eat pizza every day, which is also my all time favorite food, plus finding out how advertisers trick your brains into wanting.