35 Burst results for "Sullivan"

The 12 Republican Traitors Who Supported 'Respect for Marriage Act'

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:45 min | Last week

The 12 Republican Traitors Who Supported 'Respect for Marriage Act'

"Yesterday about this respect for marriage act, and in a nutshell, this is going to put a target on every single church Christian school, Christian business owner in America. You're a nonprofit. They're going to yank your tax exempt status. That's what's going to happen with this. So they had to pass this thing. There was a major hurdle they had to pass, and they were able to do it last night. 12 Senate Republicans joined Democrats. To push through this plan to codify gay marriage. And again, this is not about gay marriage. This is about not protecting religious liberty. And there's a very good chance if this thing gets passed and it looks like it'll be passed with the entire Senate momentarily, and then it goes back to the house. And the house is going to pass it, and Biden's going to sign this into law. And then you will get a knock on the front door of your church from the Internal Revenue Service. That's what this is all about. So here are the 12 senators who joined the Democrats and I'm going to share these names, then you need to call these senators and you need to give them the what for. And then I want you to call us back and tell us what they said. But these are the senators who, by the way, previously were opposed to gay marriage to get elected, but now that they're in office, all of a sudden they've had a change of heart. So here they are. Roy blunt, Richard burr. Shelley capito, Susan Collins, Joni Ernst from Iowa, shame on you, Joni Ernst, Cynthia Loomis, Lisa Murkowski, typical rob Portman, Dan Sullivan, Mitt Romney, Tom tell us and Todd young.

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Judge orders halt to Trump-era asylum restrictions at border

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last week

Judge orders halt to Trump-era asylum restrictions at border

"A judge has ordered a halt to Trump era asylum restrictions at the border I'm Lisa dwyer A federal judge in Washington has ordered the Biden administration to lift Trump era asylum restrictions that have been a cornerstone of border enforcement since the beginning of COVID-19 The regulation was authorized under title 42 of a broader law covering public health U.S. district judge Emmett Sullivan has ruled that enforcement must end immediately for families and single adults saying it violates federal rulemaking procedures However the ruling conflicts with another ruling in May by a federal judge in Louisiana that asylum restrictions remain in place The current ruling stems from a lawsuit filed by the American civil liberties union on behalf of the silent seeking migrants Migrants have been expelled from the United States more than 2.4 million times since title 42 took effect in March 2020 I'm Lisa dwyer

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The Pursuit of Conservitism

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:43 min | 3 weeks ago

The Pursuit of Conservitism

"One of the most, I think one of the most brilliant points that I've heard I read it actually so I should say that I've read in the past year, I think I've mentioned this before. It's from John O'sullivan, who is a British speech writer for Margaret Thatcher. He had this excellent point, it's true of public schools. It's true of higher Ed schools. It's even true of something of the LA times, which a hundred years ago was one of the most conservative right-wing papers in the country and now it is just saying to say his left wing is an egregious understatement. But John who's Sullivan had this brilliant brilliant theory that any individual group or society institution, really anything that is not actively practicing conservatism, like every single day, vigorously pursuing a conservative way of a life. Will naturally drift to the left, because that's just, in most societies, the natural drift of things is leftward. Certainly in this society because our media and our schools and everything. All the influences around us are left. Wouldn't you love I wonder if you ever fantasize this. That you got an hour to speak to all of the students at Harvard. Well, that's how we started the conversation about the bullhorn. I just wanted to trust me. I would love that. I would get booed off the stage. You know, you know what? You might want to write. You should write if I could go back to school. Well, that was my senior speech. That's true. My senior speech that I gave was, which is on YouTube for those who haven't seen it. Yes, he did.

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What Is Really Happening Behind the Scenes With OPEC+?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:35 min | Last month

What Is Really Happening Behind the Scenes With OPEC+?

"Paul from South Carolina Charlie, I'm confused about what OPEC is doing. How should I view this? Is this going to increase gas prices? Okay, let's play a piece of tape here from NBC's Brian Sullivan. It's cut one O 8. I think the media is missing what's really going on here, which is pure unadulterated foreign involvement in our elections, and it is against Joe Biden. I don't support this, but it's just what it is. There's many different dynamics happening right now. There are some things bubbling up in Iran. That the Central Intelligence Agency very well might be involved in. There's also the final stages of the certification of a new Iran deal, which would pave the way for Iran to get a nuclear weapon. There is one country that basically is the anchor country in OPEC, that very much does not want to see that happen. Another major member of OPEC really doesn't like the fact that there is no opposition to flow of arms and money flowing to Ukraine, of which I actually happen to support that we don't send any money to Ukraine. But just talking very strategically, Russia and Saudi Arabia right now for a third reason too, which is they don't want to see all fossil fuels destroyed, which ironically they would actually benefit if America never exported oil natural gas again, but they have too much more immediate geopolitical needs. Russia wants to see some interruption of arms and armaments, I should say and resources going to Ukraine and Saudi Arabia desperately wants to see a slowdown of the United States broken Iran deal with obviously the United States and Iran. Play cut one O 8. News OPEC cuts by 2 million barrels a day. You back out the fact that some countries aren't meeting their quotas. The real math that we got to is that we are actually cutting about 900,000 physical barrels per day, which by the way, while they're not directly tied, the strategic petroleum release is about 900,000 barrels per day. So it's kind of hard not to look at this decision and say there's got to be some political element to it. Wall Street Journal late last night with an exclusive saying that the U.S. is looking to ease sanctions on Venezuela so that Chevron so that but in part Chevron will then be able to keep drilling and producing oil in Venezuela. Yeah, so look there's a several dynamics to this. First of all, Joe Biden refuses to open up our incredible energy resources here. He doesn't want to set that precedent because that would actually make America very strong and it would thwart this green energy pagan revolution that is being led by Buttigieg and all these imbeciles in our

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2 Russians seek asylum after reaching remote Alaska island

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

2 Russians seek asylum after reaching remote Alaska island

"Two Russians claiming to have fled their country to avoid being dragged into its war in Ukraine have turned up on a remote island in Alaska asking for a phylum I'm Ben Thomas with the latest Senator Lisa Murkowski's office says it's been told by the U.S. coast guard and customs and border protection the Russian national said they'd fled a community on Russia's east coast to avoid compulsory military service They landed at a beach near gamble on saint Lawrence island in the Bering sea the isolated community has a population of about 600 It's located 200 miles southwest of nome in western Alaska and just 36 miles from a Siberian Peninsula Senator Dan Sullivan's office says its understanding is the two arrived by boat I'm Ben Thomas

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"sullivan" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:45 min | Last month

"sullivan" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

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Former Uber security chief found guilty of concealing data breach

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Former Uber security chief found guilty of concealing data breach

"There's a conviction in the Uber data breach cover up The former chief security officer for Uber has been convicted of trying to cover up a 2016 data breach in which hackers access millions of customer records Authorities say Joseph Sullivan was convicted Wednesday in San Francisco of federal charges for concealing the breach in which hackers stole data of 57 million users and 600,000 driver's license numbers Prosecutors say Sullivan concealed the breach from the Federal Trade Commission and secretly paid the hackers $100,000 in return for promising not to release the data Uber's new management uncovered the truth in 2017 and made the breach public the hackers pleaded guilty in 2019 to

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Why Is the Republican Party Putting Up With This?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:25 min | Last month

Why Is the Republican Party Putting Up With This?

"The Democrat party does with the regime asks the Democrat party has become an instrument of the CIA, the FBI, the woke Department of Defense, the question I want to ask today is why is the Republican Party putting up with this? Why is the Republican Party authorizing more money to be sent to Ukraine and allowing the reckless escalation of a conflict halfway around the world? That very well could result in nuclear war. We had several politicians here on this program, senator Rick Scott senator Kramer, and every time I asked them about Ukraine and I have a lot of respect for both those men, I think they're men of integrity, but I'll be honest, when I ask them about these topics, the lack of depth on the issue is extraordinary. For example, senator Kramer came on this program. Again, nice man, we had a nice disagreement on this. And he said there is really no limit to the amount of money that we will send to Ukraine. This is complete and total madness. Why is the Republican Party trusting and Mark milley and Lloyd Austin and Tony blinken and Brennan, the same people that have messed up Afghanistan and messed up every single foreign policy blunder of the last couple of years of Jake Sullivan stumbling into the best case scenario another Afghanistan, the worst case scenario all out nuclear war.

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The Age of Rebelllion

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:59 sec | 2 months ago

The Age of Rebelllion

"Why did it Sullivan have Elvis Presley on? Ratings, even back then, television ratings were the God and the industry. And he was the hot recording artist. But Sullivan was nervous. And told his crew, do not photograph, do not shoot with the television camera below Presley's waist because he's writhing around in girls or screaming. So it was for the waist up when Elvis saying hound dog, it didn't matter. He was so different, so compelling, so charismatic. And the country was ready. For a different point of view. And then the age of many rebellion came in. James Dean, the greasers, the whole 60s thing that we all know. 1964, Lennon and The Beatles did the same thing over a longer period of time.

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 Putin announces partial mobilization for Russians

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Putin announces partial mobilization for Russians

"The U.S. is ripping Russia's partial military call up as a sign of weakness and desperation over losses in Ukraine Its Moscow's first mobilization since World War II Russia is scraping for personnel to throw into this fight White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan yesterday as reports spread that Vladimir Putin would partially mobilize reservists At the UN General Assembly this morning Sullivan says President Biden will focus on Russia's naked aggression in Ukraine and urge fellow leaders to stand up for the UN's own charter At a time when a permanent member of the Security Council has struck at the very heart of the charter by challenging the

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One year later, growing global perils as Biden returns to UN

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

One year later, growing global perils as Biden returns to UN

"President Biden is said to make his second address to the UN General Assembly facing no shortage of tough issues White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan says the president goes to New York in good shape with the wind at his back Touting U.S. alliances unity and backing Ukraine amid Russia's war and historic investments at home but UN chief Antonio Guterres sees a world in trouble We can not go on like this citing conflicts climate change economic woes And yet we are gridlocked in colossal global dysfunction Last year President Biden focused on a post Trump return to American leadership and global partnership One analyst says this year demands more The president is expected to do heavily focuses on the war in Ukraine Sagar Meghani Washington

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"sullivan" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

Bitcoin Audible

03:59 min | 2 months ago

"sullivan" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

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"sullivan" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

Bitcoin Audible

04:03 min | 2 months ago

"sullivan" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

"The reason why it necessarily has to be as convoluted as it is and why it's a flawed philosophical theory, or why it's very, very deeply flawed from a logical fundamentally logical position. And that is that consensus is achieved. By checking the current output of consensus to determine who gets to decide what consensus is. And I think that's specifically why you have this situation in Ethereum where it's really only consensus at the end. It's only actually consensus at the chain tip. As soon as you are going deeper into Ethereum history, things get increasingly more and more subjective and that the network has to be live. It has to be active and you have to be always connected to it to essentially have any reference to the past for yourself, otherwise there's no solid foundation to if you're offline for a week or two weeks, there's no foundation really to determine what the truth is. You're essentially back into a trusted scenario until you accept the trust of some particular set of data, and then you move forward from there. But basically, I think Sullivan does a really good job of breaking this down without just constantly crapping on Ethereum, which I would personally would probably have a slightly harder time doing. Like I always appreciate pieces like this. And even though there were some things that I'm sure were difficult to follow in audio, and I'm sorry for that, there are like diagrams and stuff. But I felt like even though there was that limitation of the article itself, this was still a really good one to cover. And even if you didn't get some of the very deep specifics on the checkpoint gaps, the epics, the justified checkpoints, and then the finalized checkpoints. And what it means to, what they refer to as rapping in, essentially, that you can't the two ways that you can get slashed is a if you double sign any single checkpoint, but also if you attempt to sign around a checkpoint that you've signed. So if you've signed 500 and you're using it as reference to sign 600, you haven't signed 500 again if you try to do 400 to 700, but you're signing over one that you have already signed. So that's the second slashing mechanism. It's like if I said it's like if I attested to like I signed somewhere that this is what I did on the 27th and the 28th of this week and then I signed a different contract or a different attestation that from the 25th to the 29th I did something completely different that did not include what I said I did on the 27th and 28th. So as long as you kind of get that concept, I think you know you understand enough just how the slashing mechanism works or how it's intended to work. But you notice also that they constantly have to kind of move the goalpost in how this thing is architected that you, every time they potentially solve a problem, you then have a new problem. And then they have to solve that problem and they have to kind of keep moving down the ladder as they attempt to obscure away what I think is the fundamental logical problem is that the validators themselves are chosen because of what the network says is the output and the output is who determines is what determines who the validators are.

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Debra Burlingame: One Party Views the Other Party as a Threat

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 2 months ago

Debra Burlingame: One Party Views the Other Party as a Threat

"The way he is going to arm eventually the islamo Nazi regime and Tehran with nuclear weapons When you look at the way this man conducts himself he seems to hate Republicans more than he hates terrorists more than he hates genocidal maniacs What is it just easier to attack Republicans than it is to actually stand up and be a real leader Well I think so I mean I think that our country is now at a terrible place where one party views the other party as a poisonous traitorous Body of people who are threat to the country And I think what's interesting is if you read Sullivan basically his recommendation has always been to accuse the other your enemy of what you're actually doing And I think that's what we have here But I would urge my fellow Americans if you remember 9 11 if you remember the images of 9 11 the incredible loss of life the incredible destruction that the cost of the country the heartbreak the idea that the Biden administration would offer these men who by the way a plea deal who by the way in 2008 they called themselves the 9 11 sure council they elevated themselves calling themselves a sure council and they said they wanted to plead guilty And be put to death They have embraced their guilt They have embraced what they did already they filed a legal paper to do so And now you had their defense attorneys for all human rights lawyers Saying that they're too damaged

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Pelosi Is in Taiwan Against the Administration's Wishes

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:15 min | 4 months ago

Pelosi Is in Taiwan Against the Administration's Wishes

"According to The Washington Post, The White House worked urgently to deescalate tensions with China as House speaker Nancy Pelosi met Wednesday with Taiwanese president Tsai ing Wen and other officials during a high profile visit to the self governing island against the administration's wishes, hoping to head off a geopolitical crisis mid threats and military maneuvers by Beijing. White House officials warned that China is preparing itself for possible aggressive actions in response to Pelosi's visit beyond this week. They reiterated forcefully that the Chinese Communist Party should not use the visit as a pretext to increase military activity in and around the Taiwan strait. But of course, that's exactly what China is going to do. White House spokesman John Kirby, who is the National Security Council, spokesperson, he said, we've seen a number of announcements from the PRC in just the last several hours that are unfortunately right in line with what we had anticipated. China has positioned itself to take further steps. We expect they will continue to react over a longer term horizon. Pelosi said quote we will not abandon our commitment to Taiwan. We are proud of our enduring friendship. So I presented below you with a medal. The order of propitious clouds with special ground cordon for her work promoting U.S. Taiwan ties. Jake Sullivan, Biden's national security adviser spoke with his Chinese counterpart to defend Pelosi's right to visit, but even so, do not think the trip was a good idea, according to The White House, Sullivan expressed concerns about Pelosi's trip to multiple administration officials and asked for suggestions on how to dissuade her from traveling to Taiwan.

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Lollapalooza returns to Chicago

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

Lollapalooza returns to Chicago

"Lollapalooza returns to Chicago with four days of music and marches are a letter with the latest Metallica is one of the headliners of Lollapalooza this year It's kind of a full circle moment since they got alternative fans in a tizzy when they headlined Lollapalooza in 1996 One of those in a tizzy was Lollapalooza founder Perry Farrell who wanted to keep the festival alternative I will apologize even here and now I was wrong They have evolved and they're good people and I consider them to be good friends of mine Yes but other performers this year include J-Hope of BTS Lil Baby Jasmine Sullivan Machine Gun Kelly and Green Day

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"sullivan" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

05:59 min | 4 months ago

"sullivan" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"Which was a great experience to be a part of, but my role minutes wise this tournament was much more. I could get more minutes and then lower my stock. That's still possible. But for me, in this and this tournament, it was a huge step in my own individual journey that I felt like I was getting minutes and minutes in a final or in a knockout stage against top teams. And I was like, oh, I'm trusted on this team. By the staff. And by the team. And that's, you know, I may have been trusted in the past, but I didn't have that feeling or that opportunity. So for me, I'm putting that in the back of my mind. It's like, oh, that's an experience that. Will help me prepare in the future. Do you guys share your fears with each other? Or is it all about keeping a strong public face in front of the group? The incredible thing about this team is that everyone has had those feelings and those experiences. There is not a single player on the team who has shown up and played great every day and played great every minute and gotten to do whatever role they wanted for as much as they wanted. That has never existed on the history of this team. So even players who you look at and you think like, oh, they're so full of confidence or they are so secure and they feel you know that that's not true. And I think when you share a feeling, people are like, I know exactly what that feels like. And I think that's also like I've said this to people before. It's so difficult to describe the environment. And so if you try to explain that feeling to someone outside of the environment, they're like, why don't you just do this? And you're like, it doesn't work that way. So the team is actually really good, especially, you know, when you grab someone and share how you're feeling, they're like, oh, I'm feeling the same way, or I felt this way before, and I did this or there's definitely a lot of that across the team. And I think the veterans particularly on this team are also a little more proactive about that. They ask people, you know, how they're doing, how they're feeling, what do they think? And try to like, they're trying to impart a lot of wisdom on us, which I'm so grateful for, because obviously they've been through way more than me and carry the legacy that they themselves would a part of, but also that others have passed down to them. So they've been they've been brilliant, honestly. It's impossible to describe this culture to someone who is not of this culture, essentially and the you've just described Fight Club. But I'm curious. So I can't talk about it. You just almost need a big mistake, but somehow somehow your chili didn't. But I am curious, can we hear you after a big win in that culture in that place that unique place that you need pressure that unique sense of shared glory? Is there a sense of letdown that dissipation of all that protracted adrenaline that come down from that emotional high? When you come back from a great vacation and you see your luggage back in your home hallway, do you feel a tiny bit bloop? I think because the tournament was the result that we wanted that it's easier to not feel as blue. I do think that it's always tricky like transitioning back into league play for me. It is and it isn't. I think it's kind of a refresh like, okay, I have to get back into this routine so that I can prepare in a different way. Just preparing at home versus from a hotel and things like that. I think because the energy during the tournament was so good, even though it was long and tough, I came home and I don't feel as blue as I have in the past from other things because I can totally see what you're saying, that happened for me after the NWSL final. We won with the spirit and then I had to fly to Australia with the national team and as soon as the plane touched down in Australia, I felt like the championship didn't happen and I was kind of like upset and emotional about it 'cause I didn't get to really like soak it up and celebrate for as long as it was warranted too. And be with my teammates like I didn't get to do that and I think then going into camp was really hard because also you people are like congrats, but they're also bitter. As I would be too. So yeah, I know the post post tournament blues you're referring to and I've experienced them before but I did not so much this trip. So I don't know what that is. I'll have to self examine a little more, figure out why. We'll see how you feel after 35 minutes talking to me Andy Sullivan. The biggest come down of all time, but last national team question because I do want to pivot to the Euros and to the latest in NSL this weekend where things are in both the tournament and in the league, heating up literally and figuratively, knowing that you now have the World Cup and the 2024 Olympics locked in. Does that make them feel more real? Do you allow yourself to start thinking about the particularly the World Cup, which is now less than a year away in more concrete terms. Because there's so much football for you to play and because you're always focused on the next game, does it stay in the realm of a mere daydream for a while longer when you focus on the immediate challenges to come. Yeah, I think it does stay in the daydream zone for several reasons. I do think it is helpful for the team, the national team to know that we've qualified. And I felt that for the team. Because also I was thinking, this sounds terrible, but I'll confess this. I'll be honest. Before the tournament, like I said, it's the first tournament where I think I'm going to get major minutes and I'm thinking like,

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"sullivan" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

06:20 min | 4 months ago

"sullivan" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"I think that's a big part of being in these tournaments is how to manage it. And I think that's also a strength we have on our team is we have veteran experience and we have depth and we have options and we have tactical adjustments and we're using all those and testing those and making sure we are prepared for those situations and obviously that's why I think what black hole said is relevant because there are so many other tests to come our way that we need to train so that when the World Cup comes around a year from now we've tested everything or with ourselves or against an opponent. Let's talk about the final. The U.S. won one zero a 77th minute Alex Morgan penalty scored against Canadian goalkeeper killing Sheridan who had something incredible saves in that game to keep the school line really as tight as it was and Sheridan happens to be a teammate with Alex at the San Diego wave. Remember listeners back in June. She became just a third NWSL keeper in history to log an assist in a game that assist going to none other than Alex Morgan herself, and it certainly didn't seem like this from Alex's floorless execution. But it must have added an extra level of difficulty for a penalty taker to face off against someone from training who knows you so bloody well. Alex has been so hot with penalties, gone both ways. So the only thing would be her maybe discussing with Sheridan what her strategy is, but we're also on the national team aware of like, okay, we have international teammates on our team. So we know not to share too much. But obviously there's a lot you can observe from people's penalties, but I had full confidence as soon as we got the pellets say, I'm like, oh, it's going in. The funny part about it was, I did not hear the whistle blown for Alex to take the penalty, and I'm like standing probably 5, 6 yards behind Alex, and she starts approaching the ball, and I almost screamed like stop, what are you doing? 'cause I just didn't hear the ref blow the whistle. I thought she was just so in the zone, like, going for it. And she started going and I was kind of like looking around like, was there a whistle, or she just gonna bang this penalty and then have to do it again? I was just baffled. But the whistle was blown and the gold did count. God, I love that notion that you almost iced your own kicker. Yeah, can you imagine? I would be cut from the national team immediate. Did you look around and were you like, why is no one else saying anything in this moment? Something awful is going to happen and all the eye can save the day. Thank God I did not. Oh my gosh, yeah, my future would have been over. And they should thank you and the Sullivan. And those celebrations that followed in the aftermath of victory, we saw a little bit on Instagram, Alex Morgan, gulping margaritas out of the trophy. Now, the Concacaf W is not the World Cup. There's no complimentary beer goggles handed out in the locker room. And a lot of you were getting on planes who the very next morning, how hard does everyone go in the week of victory? How hard does everyone go in the locker room? Well, they had it taped up for us. So that's one indication. Very hard on the spraying of the champagne. But and also, like I said, it's going into a break. So I think everyone goes at their own pace and their own level and we all respect that, but it was a great energy. I think again, is more about the camaraderie of being together and in the giant margarita cup trophy making sure everyone feels welcome and praised for their work, including people who are behind the scenes a lot, the staff, getting their moment of glory. What anti Sullivan is saying, they listen to this drink responsibly and serve a weird question, but can you articulate what winning a big tournament feels like? There's a joy to watch in the team you love winners of fan. But ultimately, that must pale in intensity to the feeling that you have having actually won that trophy yourself. And there's a reason you guys keep coming back year after year to final after final trophy after trophy, can you walk us through that emotional journey at the final whistle? For this U.S. team in that tournament, as much about relief as it is joy. I think so, because I think that we know that yes, this trophy is great. And especially because this one had implications for the team with the Olympics, but I think we know the ultimate trophy is not in our hands. And so it's this mix of joy and relief and accomplishing the mission, but at the same time, we have more missions coming that this is only this not that it pales in comparison, but it's just a step to lead us to that. So I think it's this mix. And it was funny because when we made it to the semifinal, it's like you know that you're going to be there for a certain number of days. And black code did a good job of saying, you know, we know we're going to be here till this day. And so we might as well win the whole thing. And obviously we wanted to win the whole thing anyway. But just being able to tune in that focus to the goal at hand over and over and over again. So then once it's finally checked off, it's like I mean, this tournament is a step in a journey and here it's a time of uncertainty in that journey as well. A transition of the squad between cycles. There is a lot of uncertainty surrounding so many bloody positions and I am interested even in collective triumph. Does that individual uncertainty surrounding some players not knowing whether they have strengthened their case to be part of the squad or not strengthened it? Is that also like a lingering note? The national team, there's always that uncertainty, though. But I think it's just speak to myself personally because I can't really speak to others experiences or the tournament, but for me, I had been a part of Olympic qualifying in 2020. Which was a great experience to be a part of, but my role minutes wise this tournament was much more. I could get more minutes and then lower

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The Next Move in the #SueTheView Saga With Kurt Schlichter

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:46 min | 4 months ago

The Next Move in the #SueTheView Saga With Kurt Schlichter

"You have some experience in defamation law. What are your thoughts on the view turning point USA being slandered and smeared by the view? Do you think we got a shot? Do we have a case here? You're a lawyer. Well, you may or may not. I will certainly talk to you offline because I don't want to give everything away. I'm looking on my wall, my first plans case was a $3 million defamation win. I also, and it's public knowledge, so I can talk about it, depending on the clock boy lawsuit for defamation in Texas, which we won. And so I know a little about this stuff. You know, that you should be calling people Nazis. And it shouldn't be saying that people are associated with Nazis. And I do know, I think it's cute that after they said that you and your organization were cavorting with Nazis, they came back and read a disclaimer and then promptly said more stuff. So I'm thinking right now there are some lawyers there pointing themselves a very stick great. Yeah, but don't get your hopes up. A huge part of my practice is spelling people. No, you don't have a defamation case. And it's because we have the First Amendment. You pretty much get to say whatever you want with a very strict guideline. They exist. But they're very straight. You can say what you want and no one can see you. And that includes bad things about other people. It's very hard to win a defamation suit. Maybe easier after the Supreme Court revisits something called Sullivan versus New York Times, which would affect you guys because you guys are public figures. And the standards for abuse of public figures are much, but no, no, no. They smeared our students though. Those are not public figures. Miners. That's a good argument.

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"sullivan" Discussed on The Jimmy Tingle Show

The Jimmy Tingle Show

06:56 min | 4 months ago

"sullivan" Discussed on The Jimmy Tingle Show

"Hello, everybody. Welcome to the Jimmy tingle show. I am Jimmy, and I want to introduce you to a new segment of our show, the meet the candidate series. It is intended to give candidate 20 for public office a platform and a voice. So voters know who is running for office, why they're running and what they hope to accomplish if they are so fortunate to be elected. So please feel free to share these interviews with your family and friends and citizens around this fine land because an educated and informed population is essential for a healthy democracy, and isn't that what we all really want, a healthy, democracy, enjoy the interviews, stay healthy. My name is Jimmy tingle, and I approve this message. Our candidate right now is tanisha Sullivan running for Secretary of State of the fine state of Massachusetts, tanisha was born in Boston and raised in Brockton. She graduated from the University of Virginia with a degree in government, then she then attended Boston college, where she obtained both a law degree and an MBA and from 2013 to 2015, tanisha served as the chief equity officer in the Boston public schools and in 2017, tanisha was elected to serve as the president of the NAACP in Boston in a volunteer capacity. Please welcome to the show the one the only candidate for Secretary of State tanisha Sullivan. Hello tanisha, how are you today? Jimmy, it is great to be here with you. I'm fantastic. Hope you are too. Yes, so tell us tell give us a little bit about your background tanisha and tell people what you've been up to. Yeah, so I mean, as you shared, you know, born in Boston raised in Brockton Brockton, of course, is known as the city of champions home of Rocky Marciano and marvelous Marvin Hagler, my dad was a public school educator, spent 40 years in the Boston public schools, my mother is a small business owner, really working to help ensure that small businesses, access to the resources they need to be successful, and I'm in my 20th year. I can not believe it. 20th year of practice of law, I've had the opportunity along the way to serve in our public schools in the Boston public schools really working to ensure that our young people have access to a quality public education. And for the last now 6 and a half almost 7 years, I've had the honor of serving our communities as the volunteer president at the NAACP in Boston where we've worked with local government as well as state government elected officials stakeholders to really advance public policy to help improve quality of life for residents across the Commonwealth. And really excited about being with you here today and sharing a little bit more about why. I'm so excited about the sector of state race. Yeah, well, tell us, why are you running for Secretary of State, first of all, tell us what the Secretary of State does, because a lot of people know the title, but they're not always sure of the actual duties. And why are you running for that office? Yeah, I think this is one of the most exciting offices in state. It is a statewide office. So regardless of where people live in Massachusetts, the Secretary of State is of service to you, this office is the office responsible for voting. And voting rights and ensuring that we have safe and secure elections that we can trust. So of course, as a civil rights leader, that's critically important to me because there's no greater civil rights issue in our country today than the protection of our democracy and the fight for voting rights and access to the ballot box. So that's a fight that I look forward to really helping to lead here in Massachusetts. The office is also the chief information office. So if you want to know what's going on in government, you want to access public records. This office is the one that can help you do that. Unfortunately, Massachusetts is known as one of the least transparent states in the entire country. But the Secretary of State can actually help to ensure that people have access to the information we need to not only hold government accountable, but to also be able to participate in government. You mentioned Jimmy, I graduated from UVA. UVA is one of those one of those institutions in our country that really focuses in on government and democracy and self governance in order for us to be as we the people to be part of government. We got to have access to information. The Secretary of State can help with that. Secretary of State is also the gateway to business in Massachusetts. So if you want to start a business, whether it's a small corner store or you've got a great idea that you'd like to develop, you got to go through the Secretary of State's office. And so my certainly my legal background, I'm a corporate lawyer. I've spent now almost 20 years working in this space really comes into play here. I'm really working to ensure that especially the small businesses have access to the resources they need to be successful. So the Secretary of State's office has about 16 divisions that fall under it. So it's the elections. It's information. It's business. It's even our historic archives. I think this office has some of the greatest potential to help improve the quality of life for residents across Massachusetts. And I'm running the beast Secretary of State because I think The Office really needs to be more proactive and engaged, connected to our communities so that we can do more to help everyday people. Really experience all of the opportunity that Massachusetts has to offer. So tell me, in terms of politics, do you think we've been doing a pretty good job here in the state of Massachusetts? And do you see areas for improvement that you specifically would like to work on? Yeah. So the thing is, Jimmy, here in Massachusetts, we do have, we've got a good foundation, but unfortunately the barometer that we use to determine how well we're doing is by looking at Georgia, Texas, Arizona, and Florida. And quite frankly, that's not the measuring stick in my opinion. We are

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"sullivan" Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks

Home Gadget Geeks

01:49 min | 4 months ago

"sullivan" Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks

"Send you a plane ticket. Right back. The Ed Sullivan get how many miles I mean, I drove it. So it's two full days going full speed. You think you can make it? It'd be a couple of weeks. It would be a couple want to give me airline. 1400 miles. Justice says it needs to be loaded with cigars. Yeah, if it could have a cigar attachment on the front that would actually hold my cigar while I'm biking. And then maybe a saddle for the back or I could put a human a rack and we'll put this travel humidor just on the back of the bike. There you go. This one will hold 30 cigars for you, Jim. That's good. Let's get you back home. It could be questionable. It's a long, I mean, how many, let's see, hold on. Let's click on the directions. I've got this up on Google. Let's look at the directions. And then they have a bike. We have a cycling option, right? On the other car, bus walking. All right. Click that bike and see how long it's going to take you. Well, if I'm riding a bike, it's 1562 miles. 'cause you can't go on your state. And a 131 hours. If I did it straight, it might want to sleep occasionally. Do you have a rest? Well, that's probably two weeks maybe, two or three weeks. Let's see. I

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The List of Republicans Who Contributed to Inflation

Mark Levin

01:57 min | 4 months ago

The List of Republicans Who Contributed to Inflation

"Because these senators have contributed to inflation today Thereby partisanship has contributed to what's taking place today Roy blunt of Missouri Richard Byrd North Carolina Bill Cassidy of Louisiana Shelley Moore capito of West Virginia Susan Collins of Maine Kevin Cramer of North Dakota Mike crapo of Idaho Deb Fischer of Nebraska Lindsey Graham of South Carolina chuck grassley of Iowa John Hoover and of North Dakota Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky Lisa Murkowski of Alaska Rob Portman of Ohio Jim risch of Idaho Mitt Romney of Utah Dan Sullivan of Alaska Tom tillis of North Carolina Roger wicker of Mississippi these 19 Republicans Even after the $1.9 trillion spending splurge contributed another $1.2 trillion One 9 and one two 3.1 trillion on top of the half a trillion Just months before $3.16 trillion in less than one year On top of a nearly $5 trillion federal budget That's why we have inflation That's why we have inflation And these 19 Republicans contributed to it It's about the time the media in this country when they bring them on and they're attacking the Democrats point out who these 19 rhino cowards are playing to the media

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White House Weighs Resuming Arms Sales to Saudis

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:30 min | 4 months ago

White House Weighs Resuming Arms Sales to Saudis

"Russia is seeking surveillance drones from Iran. Jake's element told us that yesterday and we got a little Jake Sullivan. I saw in the cut sheet this morning. Let's play cut number 6, please. President has not expressed regret about his statements, what the president has been focused on is his view that the United States has important interests to advance and protect, including in partnership with Saudi Arabia and among other things we have to work on increasing the prospect for peace in the region for Israel's integration into the region for the war in Yemen, as I mentioned before, for energy and food security and for many other things. And he also has a long and consistent record going back to his days as senator, including his years as vice president, including his time as president, where human rights is going to remain a feature of his agenda and an important feature of his agenda. And it will be on display while we're on this trip. Now, Jake Sullivan is very good at having it both ways. Joe Biden's going to go hug the Saudis. And he should because we need them to produce more oil because we won't. And he's going to look past the Khashoggi assassination and everything he said for the last ten years and that's just fine by me because real politique is the only way to run a government because we have no permanent Friends, no permanent enemies, only permanent interests. One of those interests is chief energy because it makes for American prosperity. So good for the president, but let's just be honest, shall we? They killed Khashoggi. And we don't care. About it any more, the Biden administration does not care.

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Biden's visit to Israel starts with security issues as US officials fret about Iran's threat

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Biden's visit to Israel starts with security issues as US officials fret about Iran's threat

"Vladimir Putin is said to visit Iran next week as the U.S. warrants Tehran may provide Moscow with more firepower for a you send Ukraine Putin's trip will follow President Biden's own Mideast visit to Israel and Saudi Arabia where Iran's nuclear program will be a key topic In previewing the trip White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan said yesterday the U.S. believes Russia's turning to Iran for a hundreds of drones including weapons capable UAVs on an expedited timeline And that Iran will train Russians on using them Tehran is not denying the claim saying it's been cooperating with Russia on sophisticated technologies

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Sydney floods burden 50,000 around Australia's largest city

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Sydney floods burden 50,000 around Australia's largest city

"Floods have burdened tens of thousands around Australia's largest city Hundreds of homes have been inundated in and around Sydney in a flood emergency that's causing trouble for 50,000 people state emergency service manager Ashley Sullivan says emergency response teams had made 100 rescues overnight Monday people trapped in cars on flooded roads or inundated homes in the Sydney area days of torrential rain have caused dams to overflow and waterways to break their banks bringing a fourth flood crisis in 16 months to part of the city of 5 million people I'm Charles De Ledesma

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"sullivan" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"sullivan" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Hello wonder media network. I'm jenny kaplan and this is will manteca today. We're talking about a teacher who forever changed the way. Educators work with students with disabilities. She's may be best known for her friendship and lifelong companionship with her student. Helen keller please welcome and sullivan. An was born kohana mansfield sullivan. On april fourteenth eighteen sixty six in feeding hills massachusetts. Her parents and thomas emigrated from ireland during the great famine and was one of five children but only she and her brother. Jimmy survived infancy even then. Both of the siblings had health struggles when she was five years old and contracted trachoma an eye disease. The damaged her site for the rest of her life. When an was eight years old her mother died of tuberculosis. And jimmy were left in the care of their father thomas. The situation lasted two years before thomas. An abusive alcoholic left the children at a home. For the poor called tewksbury almshouse he almshouse was dirty overcrowded and inhospitable for two young children. Jimmy died just a few months after arriving. The conditions of tewkesbury were so awful. The massachusetts board of state charities launched a series of investigations into the building and found out that the lead inspector was also the founder of a nearby school perkins school for the blind and asked to be transferred to perkins and in eighteen eighty she enrolled at perkins and found herself out of place. She was dedicated to her learning. But she had a short temper and little schooling. Compared to her classmates she also underwent multiple is surgeries to improve her vision. None of which ceded still she excelled and graduated from perkins as valedictorian. She developed a friendship with the school's director. Who helped her find a job. After graduation he had heard of a family looking for a governess for their six year old daughter who's deaf and blind. Her name was helen. Keller when anna arrived into scum alabama and. Helen didn't get off to a running start. Helen also had a short temper and was notoriously hard to teach and was a young teacher just beginning her career at twenty years old. She soon realized her curriculum. As it stood not be very helpful to helen and got permission from helen's parents to live alone with helen. In a nearby cottage this distance allowed and to work with helen. One on one. It also allowed the to work outside an realized that helen could learn by using her senses of smell touch and taste to connect the vocabulary. She was learning to the world around her and used her. Grooved board to help helen. Learn how to write and finger spelling to help Associate those written words to objects and sensations within six months. Helen had learned nearly six hundred words most of her multiplication tables and how to read braille and eventually convinced helen's parents to send helen to the perkins school where an and helen continued working together. Helen an and became well known celebrities. They had so much support. In fact that when helen's parents could no longer afford her schooling. The cost was picked up by none other than millionaire. Andrew carnegie and helped helen continue her studies. In one thousand nine hundred. Helen received her degree from radcliffe with it. She became the first deaf. Blind person to graduate from college and helen were inseparable in nineteen o five and married a harvard. University instructor named john a macy when the new couple moved into a massachusetts farmhouse. Helen came with them. John even helped edit helen's autobiography which and helen had been writing for years around nineteen thirteen john. Ann's relationship ended when john move to europe the to never officially divorced and continued to accompany helen on speaking engagements and was her lifelong companion in the nineteen ten's despite their fame. The pair found it hard to stay afloat financially and played herself in the first film adaptation of her life but the movie was a box office failure the nineteen twenties and i condition had deteriorated. She had her right eye removed to improve her health and died on october twentieth. Nineteen thirty six in forest hills. New york helen sat by an ends final moments ends ashes for placed at the national cathedral in washington. Dc all month for honoring champions of education for more on. Why we're doing what we're doing..

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"sullivan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"sullivan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Sullivan. Prime time it is So Hey, Laura, you're still listening. I, um we're already in that economy where a lot of people are not listen to this Rutgers University. Now, Most of the universities out there have said you're not coming to class. If you are not vaccinated. Yeah. I mean, that's what there are. They're already saying that So Rutgers University. Where's my Rutgers? They are barring Unvaccinated students get this. That's one part There's a lot of universities are doing that. They're they're barring unvaccinated students from attending virtual classes. Uh huh. I can't. I try not to laugh. They are banning students at Rutgers. If from virtual classes like this one guy Logan hauler is 22. He says. All my classes were remote. He lives 70 miles from the Rutgers campus, so he takes classes online. Studies not been vaccinated. He's only studying virtually from home. And Rutgers told him I'm sorry. You're not allowed to take the virtual class. You are not vaccinated. So they locked him out of his email and his related accounts when he went to go pay his tuition. He was told he needed to be vaccinated, even though he has no plans to attend in person. I don't know how so I don't know what we're gonna do. We're going to be I thought I thought the stadiums for the college football games were were terrific. There may be so happy to see because it looked like it used to look It was life before the pandemic. It looked normal and people were out there having a good time. And were they worry mess? No. No mass. Hacked into a stadium. So the guy's father Who the father has been vaccinated Studies dumbfounded, he says. I believe in science. I believe in vaccines. But I am highly confident that Covid 19 and variants do not travel through computer monitors by taking online classes. He chose to remove himself from an online camp on from on campus experience so he would not need to be vaccinated. So this is how crazy people are doing making decisions. So somebody at Rutgers made this decision. Rutgers spokeswoman Dori Devlin. Insists that the university has provided comprehensive information direction of students to meet the vaccine requirements. She says, Uh, the policy differentiates between the Foley online degree granting program and classes that are fully remote but part of the course where other students are on campus. So are these these things He's like Auditing? Is that what he's doing? I know that I know what they're doing. You can, you know, you know exactly what they're doing. They're making it so difficult for people that are not vaccinated. I think they're making them dig in their heels. I think there's a lot of you that are not vaccinated that really this isn't the end of the world for you. This is it. Whatever. But since they're telling you, you have to You have a rebellious streak and you're saying I'm not going to Well, I think there's a lot of people that are not getting vaccines because they just rebelling. Don't think they're anti-vaxxers. I don't think they're I think they're anti Telling me what to do. So how long is this going to last? Laura? I don't know how long will we adapt, she says. I think we already are. I look at this is still this is all being written as we go there, making this policy stuff up as they go. If you're a business And you have a requirement that everybody be vaccinated or they are no longer employed. Well, the marketplace will take care of that if you get a bunch of people that leave You may go. Oh, Yikes. Now we got to go out and hire people. That's uh That's expensive, takes time. It's going to hurt our productivity. Maybe I'll change the rules. If you have some really top people that work for you, just one or two or three top people that don't get vaccinated. What are you going to do? You're going to change the rules, Probably And I think we're learning to live with each other. We went around all last week had a great time. I'm sure we were around people that were not vaccinated. My wife's vaccinated. I'm back my daughter's vaccinated, so we We weren't freaking out. I don't know how long this goes. But this is absolutely crazy for Rutgers to say you can't have an online course. Idaho hospitals. Idaho What's going on in Idaho? Hospitals are beginning to ration health care. It is weird how There's places that are. I'm shocked. There are the numbers are huge back when huge days when everybody was freaking out. But nobody's freaking out anymore. Anyway, the president on Thursday night is third. I shouldn't say night. He made deliver this in the afternoon. So that he doesn't interfere with NFL kickoff. And I don't know how late Joe stays up. I was surprised to see he was at the White House this morning. I saw the Temporary flight restrictions overwhelming tonight and they were supposed to go until noon today, so obviously he went back to the White House. Last night, maybe I'm not sure I don't follow him that closely. We've got 9 11 coming up on Saturday. Um Locally. Uh, they're all the local stations are doing. Specials. Every day every night. Every newscast. In the evening specially produced programs..

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"sullivan" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"sullivan" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"I have gotten better at it and had gotten much better at it since bare arrived. Bear your son. Bear sun bear solvent. What's his middle maxwell. Bear maxwell. I was kind of lobbying for maximus but ms to bear bear sullivan. Yeah i think of like this comes to mind and starting linebacker number thirty to bear maxwell hundred six five six five senior from absolutely is he big for his age. He's ten months old and he's wearing eighteen month clothing. So he's he's. He's very large for his age. But the the sinc- since he has arrived all the paradigms have shifted in out. Ns in an instant and it's been very difficult to To realign and to ground myself in the new reality that is everything and that includes my work. And i haven't figured out how to express his yet. I keep talking to people about hoping that each time i talk about it will Coalesce in my brain as a as a co coherent idea. But but i i just don't care about anything else anymore really it's bad and then there's a big something in between and then everything else. There is my relationship with rachel. There is my love for bear. Really doesn't exceed rachel No i don't. I don't that's a tough one. There is a tough one. But i also i think it's important for bear as he grows up to see that to see that my love for rachel is the reason for his existence. You know is. Is this the foundation of everything. But but what i mean is an and when i say i don't care it sounds negative. It's just the importance of these other. Things in my life have fallen away and the the anxiety around showing up for a big scene is gone and what has happened is i can just show up for the big scene really. It's been insane. Michael the that we used to talk about is just not there because bear is the most important thing to you this creature. This thing that you created with rachel and all of a sudden you're telling me this little child brings you so much joy in importance that everything else seems not trivial but just less important thing. I don't know how to explain..

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"sullivan" Discussed on We The People

We The People

10:04 min | 1 year ago

"sullivan" Discussed on We The People

"There's put enormous pressure even on the most conscientious of media outlets to get it. I without necessarily getting right. And this is a phenomenon that has accelerated over the last twenty years and it's true some newsrooms care more about that than others and certainly online publishers. Some care little and maybe some care non about that but it does now a fact of our world that the newtown square is the internet and the internet is driving getting information out the door without fact check even putting pressure on the most reputable of of institutions. The second point against responding to anelle is. I don't think that We are in a situation. Where a four members of the court would have the stomach to take on this iconic times at least the extended it covers Public officials high public officials But i do think that. I have no crystal ball. But we have elena kagan's article she wrote when she was a law professor Twenty five years ago and and we have justice. Thomas who's been a warrior pushing in this direction For several years now now just a score situ has turned out to be a relatively on a classic Justice on the court not entirely predictable given and despite his so conservative leanings. He he's a really bright guy and he's just saying let's have this conversation. Let's take a case the shows maybe the times these oliver has Extended too far and in that case we can nail down and show our present fealty to the core concepts of new york kind of solve in the says that libel actions against high public officials should be almost impossible to recover. And i don't think that that would be An invitation to go and dismantle. Your time's out piece by piece. One thing though jeff. I think that's important again. It's a to by ronel and that is a. There's no doubt about it that even if live along was fixed perfectly in some way if i were the nine just the i could find just the right balance of interest here. This information on the internet go away. She's absolutely right that the problem is much bigger than what goes is printed on the web pages of newspapers and magazines on the evening news. That said the problem. Most everybody agrees is with section two thirty of the federal communications decency act which says the facebook and other platforms. You have no responsibility for what gets posted on your platforms and that has has been basically throwing gasoline on this fire and i would love congress to come back and modify sexual thirty but congress can't even agree to fix potholes so i'm not going to hold my breath. That remedy is coming soon. But i would love to see that. And if i had to rank which ones were more important than short-term i say second to third renou raises a series of other questions that might be relevant to stopping online disinformation including reexamining section. To thirty as you think about the effect of changing new york times v sullivan. What does the international experience. Tell us In britain. Prince harry famously called the first amendment bonkers recently for allowing criticism of public visuals like himself in britain. He threatened to sue papers for similar criticism. Speech less free and disinformation less rampant in britain and europe. Where it's easier to bring these suits and and what can the international experience. Tell us about reexamining times. Because i think it's a really good question. And it's a point that a lot of folks have made in suggesting that there would be no great harm to american democracy in scaling back the sullivan protections or eliminating sullivan in its entirety because our our fellow democracies in the world the candidate is and uk's of the world are thought of as a democracy enhancing and speech protective without the standard. I mean the the the short answer is that those countries do not have a constitutional first amendment. We we we have long. Since determined that american free speech and fresh values will be elevated that they will trump other competing values in a wide variety of ways. And we've decided this not just as a constitutional matter but as a political matter congress in twenty ten in an act called the speech act. Bipartisan congress unanimously concluded passed a statutory provision that indicates that we will not enforce the libel judgments of those countries that. Do not recognize this sullivan standard. That is that our our free speech norms here our constitutional norms and the value. That we place on that protection from those who Continue to perform that press. Function is important enough to us in our american style. Free speech framework that that we will insist upon it. And it's a way that we've distinguished ourselves from the rest of the world and it would work a fairly radical change to the american first amendment scaffolding for sullivan to be reconsidered. Thanks so much for that. Well it is time for closing arguments in this really provocative and limiting discussion. David the first one is to you. Tell we the people listeners. Why you agree with justice gorsuch. That new york times should be reconsidered. In light of new technologies a functioning democracy must have a basic consensus on. What is real. What is fake. And the way to make such terminations This was recognized decades ago by philosophers people. Really think hard about how democracy works and new york times sullivan. In its old reimagining of the first amendment protections has played a really fundamental a positive role in encouraging robust debate on our country over the last fifty five years that said the extensions beyond your times are far less convincing to me and justice gorsuch sediment opinion. Should we have a conversation about this new york times wine cases. is not written in stone. The constitution this is a dissonant isn't evolving document. Contrary to what a thomas says and should in the first amendment be at least cognizant of a change democracy and change media environment As we go forward. And i don't think he's saying or am i saying there's any specific silver bullet here in libel law but just saying don't touch the new york times line of cases because their sancrosanct is not in my judgment in his judgment The right way to go to try and find the right balance between robust press Personal rotation and our democracy. All the last word is to you. Please tell we the people listeners. Why you think on balance that reexamining newer times is not the best way to deal with disinformation in an age of new technologies. I think it will always be true that we have to map old legal doctrine onto new factual terrain. And this might be particularly true in this area of media law and first amendment analysis where the ways that we communicate about each other and with each other shift significantly from generation to generation scholars and commentators in this space have been saying for well. Now that it's really important to think carefully about how principles announced in the old media era should apply to the new media age. But there's a difference between on the one hand Sort of assessing. How long standing doctrinal principles play out in the latest factual scenario and on the other deciding to adjust or throw out those principles on the basis of these new dynamics and i think one thing the court is really going to have to deal with in this space is how to walk that line preserving the core first amendment precedent and the values that undergird it while ideally offering principles that have staying power even when the the tools and the means of communication continued to change and not feeling that the threat of a particular concern that we have on deck for example most notably massive online. Disinformation upset the apple cart. So significantly that we rethink doctrine that has been designed to be protective of the democracy. Among the things that have functioning democracy has is a that makes sure that there cannot be successful efforts by public officials and other powerful people to use defamation lawsuits and really the bear threat of defamation lawsuits to try to punish and deter truthful news reporting and that has increased in modern times. If anything we need to be thinking more critically about how to make sure that we protect that flow and that press function in our changing times in order to preserve democracy as we as we appreciate it. Thank you so much. David logan and renault anderson jones for a robust uninhibited and wide ranging discussion of new york times and for illuminating we the people listeners about the fascinating technological legal and social changes that the court won't grapple with decide whether or not Reexamine this landmark constitutional decision..

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"sullivan" Discussed on We The People

We The People

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"sullivan" Discussed on We The People

"And that doesn't mention the difference between facts and opinions and fourth and this is important and it goes back to the unique circumstance of that trial. The coordinator time basically said we're getting rid of the most fundamental rules of the judicial system. Which has juries decide. Facts and judges decide. Law and fact is classically. The state of mind of the actor so for example myrtle prosecution. The judge doesn't aside whether or not there was a a cold hard intent. That's for the jury. The same thing is true in civil actions in almost all cases certainly court cases. It's for the jury to decide state of mind while the times decision said you know. We can't trust juries to make these decisions without bias and so going forward all the decisions that flow from new york times now invites a reviewing court to overturn the decision of the jury because the reviewing courts are given the final say in fact is fact is so that was another important. change from. The arcand was jeffrey. Frankly a remarkable decision in not only. It's important but also the breadth and the number of changes at made the way the law had been run for one hundred seventy years in this country and really for hundreds of years beforehand in england. Thanks so much for that rennell. New york times after it came down was often celebrated as of the high points of free speech jurisprudence in the twentieth century. Tell us why. Supporters from anthony lewis a great new york times journalist two justices of many perspectives have said that new york times was crucial for allowing vigorous criticism of public officials in the twentieth and twenty first century. Yeah that's right Sullivan was unanimously decided. And in fact there were three justices in a group that thought that the actual malice standard didn't go far enough that the first amendment demanded even stronger protections in this space and participation sullivan isn't just about a protecting a free press although it certainly is. It's also central to the operation of american discourse more broadly protecting the citizens right to have robust conversations to have robust conversations about matters of public concern certainly about elected officials but also about other powerful people without fear of crushing damages. There's there's a reason that donald trump and other politicians hate this sullivan standard right in have pushed publicly for what trump called opening up libel law. It's a key way that we make sure that officials and other people in power can't silence their critics and we are in some respects alone in the world on this it is. It's a high water. Mark of america first amendment jurisprudence and really stands for this broader proposition that some falsity is inevitable in free debate. You can you have to protect them. Falsity in order to give breathing space for ongoing dialogue rather than creating a situation in which people feel a chilling effect and won't come forward with the kinds of conversations that we need to have and provable. Truth is just too great. And onus to put on people who might well self-censor rather than get at an important just is crucial to a conversation a matter republicans and david's right. I disagree with him. About where thomas's position is on this. My read the best read of both of the statements that justice thomas has now made in his dissent from denial of social rory. In these two cases the twenty thousand nine mckee case and this most recent berea one he he would like to unwind the 'constitutionalisation of libel law writ large. He can be read as calling for his vote. Would be to overturn sullivan in its entirety and leave the states free to craft libel law as they wish without any first amendment free speech or free press constraints on that and in fact has suggested in both writings that he thinks that public officials those folks that were sort of at the core of sullivan. The people that we elect want to have conversations about and check the ballot box are people whose reputations ought to be protected more rather than less they ought to have more remedies for damages to their reputations under his originalist view of this and that that is i think that would that would work a massive shift that would be a massive alteration to american style. Free speech to lose that david respond..

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"sullivan" Discussed on We The People

We The People

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"sullivan" Discussed on We The People

"Company sullivan. I think it's possible. The timeless would be satisfied. With limiting your transfer solvents accenture book. Too high public figures but overruling the case itself but rennell I'm sure you agree with that. But any event it's certainly a far broader argument than gorsuch is making is making much more surgical argument and in fact capitus arguments says. I do not profess any sure answers. I'm not even certain of all the questions we should be asking. But given the momentous change the nation's media landscape since thanking six four. I kind of helped but think the court would profit from turning. Its attention in this case. Better to a field so vital to our safe-deposit of liberties that's a far more cautious opinion rennell. We're now at new york times. V sullivan can you contrast very crisply the law before and after new york times before sullivan states had strict libel laws to protect individuals reputations in their community and those standards forced defendants to prove the truth of their statements completely. And in all its particulars which was a very high bar new york times instead adopted the actual malice standard for libel against public figures. Tell us more about what the standards were before new york times and what the actual malice standard requires y- that's right before sullivan. The tort law standard essentially just required in most states state based the tort law standard essentially required. That you if you believe that you had been defamed a prove only that you had been identified that the public it had been published to some third party. Somebody else had read it and that it lowered. Your reputation was defamatory in nature. The truth of it We're the falsity of it. Did not come into play in you making your case rather the entity that was accused of having libelled. You could come forward and true and prove the truth of it in all its particulars. But you didn't have to prove the falsity of it nor did you have to prove any state of mind or any subjective awareness or subjective doubt or even any negligence any sloppiness on the part of the individual or entity who published the libel simply that it had happened. And that's why as david described these very minor errors the kinds of errors that were contained in new york times versus sullivan. We're things like saying that. Martin luther king junior had been jailed seven times when really he'd been jailed four times or saying that police had ring to the campus. When really they had maybe formed a square around. When you're saying that they had a protesters had sung one particular patriotic song when they had sound another..

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"sullivan" Discussed on We The People

We The People

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"sullivan" Discussed on We The People

"Tell us more about The changed facts. That justice gorsuch identifies in his opinion. And whether you think he's calling for the decision to be overturned limited or reexamined in some other way. Yeah i i think we don't know what justice gorsuch would like to do. He a what we know is that he would have liked to have taken this case. He dissented from the court's refusal to hear the case he would have taken the case and thought that it was important. In light of these changed circumstances that he identifies for the court to reexamine sullivan and its progeny. And where which portions of that he would tinker with and throw out. I think he hasn't said in fact he was careful to say you know. He has a lot of questions and not all of the answers but that he thinks that the court should go back to this line of doctrine and do some thinking about it in in light of these changes. I think the set of changes that he's pointing to a focus really on the changed media environment. One set of the changes. David mentioned focus on rampant. Disinformation the sort of widespread Ecosystem of lies that spread particularly via social media the ease with which everyone can become a publisher and everyone can become a distributor of both truthful and untruthful information and that change the threat to democracy that exists because of the ease of online rampant. Disinformation seems to be a source of concern for justice. Gorsuch a second set of concerns has to do with how one becomes prominent enough to be held to strict standards. That.

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"sullivan" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"sullivan" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"I was and many people were about the evolution of the super team producing this team of trolls with the brooklyn nets that was very easy to dislike from afar. But this guy was in the middle of everything that was happening with that team and it is indisputably an interesting team. He was in the middle of them choking. His book can't knock the hustle inside the season of protests pandemic and progress with the brooklyn nets superstars of tomorrow. It's available now. Matt sullivan is with us. Thank you matt and you got close to all this stuff and this is unusual team. So let's just start with what you believe to be the most interesting part of this team. And what you're reporting uncovered uncovered about how interesting the personalities were. I think is complete control from day. One which was two years ago this week. You know what would call quote the clean sweep and i just remember not being able to talk to management. Talk to coaches talk to anybody without them. Kind of being scared of these guys including kenny. Atkinson who built this whole program up. He's kind of saying let's leave k. d. the maserati in the case. Let's let let kyrie kyrie. But then kyrie goes behind his back and get some fire and kenny atkinson's wondering should i fly halfway across the country private with this guy and take a game off just to go to second third fourth opinions with him and then he gets the acts and then all of a sudden the nets are kind of i wouldn't say tanking but disappearing from the bubble while k. d. was ready. He was ready to go in the bubble but syrian him. We're kind of planning their own thing. And so they've taken control of player. Empowerment in a way that i think obviously the movement goes back to the decision and so does my book on underlying this crazy history book. I fell into the last two seasons. But i just think they've got an iron grip on this thing. And even steve. Nash is kind of having to lean back and play babysitter. How did you get embedded. I kind of knocked down. The door made friends with these guys and ask them questions that your average be reporter refuses to ask. I mean i was asking about race the anthem police shootings in the locker room. While other guys are asking about xs and os. And i think that was why kyri. And i had a weird fawned over real talk to the point where he's up in my dm's sending these sixty seven page. Supreme court rulings on indigenous land rights. And i'm like okay. And this is at the same time when i'm asking him. Did you just skip the national anthem. Because i was just noticing this stuff off the court i. The book doesn't really have a lot of encored stuff at all and they. They were skipping the anthem. He and katie. All of this season he was smoking the entire time right. Well i think k. D. would be the one who is probably smoking while kyrie was burning the sage. I think that's kind of how they balance out wonder some of the things that you learn that people don't know because you got awfully close to this thing but say kyrie's actually not that crazy so much as trying to find himself he keeps saying that. I'm relatively young as my life goes. Maybe i'm on the back half of my career but he wasn't just buying a house for george floyd's family. He wasn't just out here. Putting james baldwin posts on his instagram. He'll do these random acts of kindness if you will left right and center. He just doesn't take credit for it like there was a kid two weeks ago. Who got shot in. California tells us dr randomly kyrie irvings. My favorite player. The doctor on a lark reaches out to kyrie seem and now he's buying that kid of house disability approved and all that so. I think he's a good guy who just can't articulate himself. And so the more i talked to him you know on and not on the record. He displayed a human affection of fatherhood but also fed up. Nece if you will about the world and so that whole quote unquote pause. He took and he gets caught in the masculine video of of this family party. He basically took that pause partly paternity leave which is cool but also precipitated by the capital riot by there. Being no charges for jacob blake. So i think he's brought out that conversation into the forefront like mental health. This is just a day job. But he's living it everyday when every damn please. We have not heard syrian k. d. skipping the anthem. What do they say about that there. It's a private decision. They're not going to be out here. Like capri nick was originally kinda staking their claim. It's more of just hooper's are sick of the anthem right. And it took a reporter to notice. Makhmudov mood abdul-raouf skipping the anthem back in the day. Kind of the original kapernick. It's a reporter to notice capper knicks. And get him to speak out and really become an activist. So i noticed but i think the ark of the anthem may have been so watered down in terms of kneeling and caps protests kind of becoming meaningless that weekend in two thousand seventeen when trump went after cap trump went after the warriors and then even jerry jones is taking knee by the end of the weekend but the nba was freaked out that back then up from adam silver on down the nba players could hurt the bottom line by taking a knee. I think kyri k. D. a lot of other players in these shrinking fe lynxes while the anthems playing. Just they'll give a damn anymore. And so i don't think they're trying to make a statement so much just not be with it anymore Mac give us something about kevin durant. That would surprise us. He smokes even more weed than you would think. I was at his house at one o'clock in the morning the entire place just weeks but he also just really cares about hoop like we were talking sneakers. There's a little party going around. And all he wanted to do was show me his iphone video of his achilles recovery. 'cause that's really all he cares about like he doesn't have a girlfriend. He doesn't go on crazy vacations when he has the. You know i'm me. I do me and i chill. That kind of is him but he also flexes a lot behind the scenes like he also really tried to get kenny. Atkinson out of there. steve nash. In there they were chilling the whole time of like the bubble when they said they were doing this quote unquote search for jacques von diversity. During the summer of reckoning and he was showing on manhattan beach and he knew he was the guy. I think the big thing is that steve. Ken had this. There's a secret motto. The nets have had this past season. Quote protect the group. And i think. That's what steve is there for is to lean back and let these guys be them babysit when they can but also you know come down on guys and say look your buddy deandre. Jordan is washed. He's not going to get these minutes that he used to use to get just to keep you guys happy. So it's a balancing act there. And i think katie hasn't quite flexed every muscle in his willing to lean back a little. Just like you know the seventy five year old man. James harden does when he just passes in sits on the three point line. Not shooting in more. Is he so sensitive. He is sensitive it. He anywheres it on his sleeve but he's still weirdly out here being aggressive in his. Dm's and i don't think that's changed since he was in the bay. And i talked to. Steve nash for awhile about this and he said he took katie out for a drink when he was just kind of sick of k. D. you know being in his dmz burner accounts and all that and he takes them out. He kinda prepares the lesson. He says the k. d. You know what. I respect about lebron respective when he got to miami. He got sick of the narrative. Sick of the haters. All the talk. So you know what he did. Katie kind of sits there like. What's that coach. You know has sip of his drink. Incur says lebron. James said. Can i down here. Yes lebron james said fuck it. And then he was great again. Same with mike o. With kobe all the grades so they had to say fuck it and then they were all in the next level. So you know you have to do. And katie leans back and says. What's that coach..

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"sullivan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"sullivan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Sullivan on ABC this week says the meeting between President Biden and Russian President Putin will help put the U. S and Russia unquote more stable footing. He indicated to President Putin that the United States will respond. If certain harmful activities continue, And in this regard, the summit offered the opportunity to play some guardrails. Now time will tell whether those guard rails hold. Biden said He and Putin discussed a range of topics from cyber attacks to Syria, Ukraine and more Mark Remillard, ABC News and now for your latest traffic and weather together. You have your usual backups headed in both directions near the Brent Spence bridge. This is, of course, due to that big painting project. Other than that, I'm not seeing any other major accidents or delays at this time. But if you do see anything, just give us a call at 4 to 1 63 97. Now, the latest forecast from the advanced Industry Weather Center. Are you afraid of the dentist at advanced industry? We get it to look Life visit. No fear. Dentists dot com reached 90 today but feel like temperatures will be in the mid to upper nineties for this father's Day and first day of summer. The mix of sun and clouds, but Monday brings a little mid eighties but it also brings the next rain chance showers and storms are expected by the afternoon. From severe weather station. I'm nine first winning meteorologist also infield NewsRadio 700 WLW. Your radar is looking clear and it's now 83 degrees here in Cincinnati. The deadline to register for the fifth and final Vaccine Million drawing is tonight. Macy Jepson has details. Ohioans who have had at least one dose of the Covid 19 vaccine have until 11 59 tonight to sign up for backs a million to be eligible for the fifth and final drawing of the lottery. Those 18 and up have a chance to win a million dollars people between the ages of 12 and 17, a four year scholarship to an Ohio college, more than five million people in Ohio or on their.

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"sullivan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"sullivan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"John McGinnis in Fort Thomas Sullivan. Hope you having a good Tuesday. Talking about the incredible bias on the part of the media and how they just could not accept the notion the promise that Mike Pompeo, I think, most notably, frankly, Mike Pompeo, but President Trump as well could possibly have had something In terms of accuracy and correct us when they posited the theory that it was the Wuhan lab that was the source of the leak of the Corona virus. Why in the world would you just outright dismiss that and actually, I'm interested. Note that At Home and Jenkins Jr points out. The Wall Street Journal today and almost every profession law medicine engineering science, agriculture architecture, Countering bias is central to the discipline. Get noticed that representatives of these professions when talking to the press often seemed to adapt themselves to a media culture geared to the production of bias. Scientists who found their way into the story, dismissing the lab league theory where the ones most willing to model the media's preferred standard. Mr Trump supports it. I'm against it. And again, I don't I don't have any quarrel or any black of ability to understand. People in large numbers taking except exception to the manner in which President Trump comported himself. I get that Uh, but that does not mean that everything he came up with, and certainly not Secretary Pompeo should be dismissed outright. Conversely, if you really truly infatuated with a public figure Resist the temptation to fall in tow, cultivate type of behavior and and mentality and ask questions there, too, because it's appropriate. Which calls 855295 66 100. Let's head out to California and check in with the Iran Ron. Good afternoon. Welcome to the conversation, sir. In the afternoon. Thank you for taking my call You, Ben, You know, I completely concur with your assessment that this was not an accident and we can expect another pandemic. And the reason I say that is now the Chinese feared up the best way to hit us. They beat us by defeating our economy. In a pandemic certainly did a good job of doing that for a while, it did it did it. I just think this thing is over with. I expect another one within a year. Well, I wouldn't go so far as to say, I believe that it was intentionally done. I have engaged my skepticism on that one. I think it's a possibility, certainly that it warrants further exploration. But it is incredibly high risk. Tol leak something of this nature because As we've seen, it does not discriminate in terms of who is going to strike. So nonetheless, I think is very, very clear that because it has happened, and it has happened again and then yet again, this is not the first the first time this has occurred. Emanating from the same part of the globe. I think that the likelihood the foreseeability is that it will happen again. And would we be better prepared to Ah, to minimize the likelihood of Ah recurrence of this kind of Ah pandemic. If we if we masked the appropriate probative questions early on and sought answers and moved with haste and some level of force Tonto to demand answers to the questions. There were the absolutely critical Tonto gauging a plan creating a plan mapping, of course for the future to minimize this kind of a pandemic it it's been a horrible, horrible year. And and I think quite honestly, there's a very high degree of probability that we haven't seen the full impact of it in terms of in terms of economic challenges. Appreciate the call very much. Ron will stay in California. Check in with Eric. Eric. Good afternoon. Welcome to the conversation, sir. Hi, John. How are you? I'm very well thanks. Hey, don't Yeah. You know, I grew up in the coming this country and, you know, I know what this cover ups, but I think you know, we will know it's just matter of time. What happened? You think we will now, but yeah, Yeah. I have no doubts about it. It will just You know, it will come out eventually. But the point is like, you know, like in. Ah, in, you know, criminal, though there's like circumstantial, You know, everybody always have them there. There's there's plowing of them. And, uh, one of the scientists so called You know, they were saying, Well, you know, it's unlikely they said, the mutations and everything. And I was always wondering. They never show the evidence that it was like natural mutation right? There was killed them, right? You know what the based on because I know. You know, I did. I'm not a biologist, but I'm in a different area. You know what? When you do in the testing And what you do something There's always you can manipulate data. You know everything. No, I I understand completely. And I'll tell you what, Erica, I'm hopeful. Uh, that your your your true you're correct in your assessment that this is likely to be answered more affirmatively. And maybe I hang some hope on the fact that we have moved a long way in the last 30 days. We'll see where it goes, but, frankly, absent specific evidence to support a theory than the questions need to still be asked, And I think that's exactly the point you make, and I appreciate that very much. John McGinnis in Fort Tom Sullivan, 855295 66 100 talking about the importance of being appropriately skeptical yet open minded..

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