17 Burst results for "Thomas Cohen"

"thomas cohen" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"thomas cohen" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"There's not a problem so they have to convince themselves that what they're doing is better than you know letting it go. Just look at Corona virus. See if you don't have a virus. I'm not going to say I'm not. I'm not a judge of certain people I'm not I'm looking at greater society and I'm just saying that where there's smoke there's fire. Do I know where the fire originates? I can't say that I'm not. I'm not putting anybody on sand. Do I think that they exist absolutely like I said where there's smoke there's fire? I mandates always turn out bad. Do they do but going back to the speakers that are going? That are Thomas Cohen. Well before we get to that I WANNA say Dr James Wiler. I know that you know who he is but I was introduced to him at your first summit back in two thousand sixteen. I'm really honored that he's coming. I didn't have Andrew Wakefield Dr James Lyons while I'm like hey I got android still trying to get him here. I hope are Dr James Lyons wiler is coming and he has a really interesting story because he is a evolutionary biologists who said who started write a chapter about how great vaccines were and as he started to dive into it. You know. He doesn't have any vaccine injured. Children he has. His children are early fully vaccinated so he didn't see any problem whatsoever until he started delving into the science and one of the foremost people today. Defending the people who are trying to defend their religious..

"thomas cohen" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

09:03 min | 1 year ago

"thomas cohen" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"I'm George nori walking the coast to coast AM later on tonight ET intelligence here's what's happening tragedy in New Jersey and New Jersey police officer who was among six people killed in a shoot out that brought the streets of Jersey city to a standstill had been credited with having led the department and the number of illegal guns removed from the streets in recent years detective Joseph seals forty years old was among six people including three bystanders and two of the three suspects who opened fire on police and civilians killed Tuesday tragic story authorities said the shoot out might have been started by seals trying to stop an incident involving the legal guns when he was shot down by gunfire that erupted initially near a cemetery nearly a hundred seventy five Saudi Arabian military aviation students have been grounded as part of a safety stand down here in the United States after Saudi Air Force lieutenant shot and killed three people last week at the US navy base in the Florida house Democrats have announced that they will vote on whether to impeach president Donald Trump on to specific articles abuse of power and obstruction of Congress next week judiciary chair person Jerrold Nadler flanked by house representative speaker Nancy Pelosi and the chairs are for their panels involved in the impeachment inquiry made the announcement charging the president of the United States Donald J. trump with committing high crimes and misdemeanors if the vote is successful it will then go to the Senate for trial and then of course that's a full scale investigation doctor John Gerdes online columnist dot com with this year John update us on the latest would you Sir hi I am happy to George I mean what what's really happened today is the inevitable which we all knew that they were you know that there is Jack which stacked against prop and they were going to smear him anyway they could so the articles of impeachment you'll notice the two articles abuse of power and the obstruction of Congress are two of the conditions that are not considered high crimes and misdemeanors and all their the the U. S. constitution specifies what they would be the abuse of power could not be a more ambiguous and and and and certainly vague statute obstruction of Congress has to do with it out in the resistance on the part of the administration to allow certain individuals you know to testify before the committee but that had to do with the article one in an article to work toward it president trump as every right to maintain the confidence of you know his employees working for him and yet the Congress under article one believes that they can engage in the most abusive use of the US constitution by reinvention not read just making up just boldly making up their own definitions of impeachable Francis it's bad enough that they conducted you know several weeks of closed door hearings not allowing any cross examination of the witness says basically engage in a star chamber tangle record in order to arrive at this stage right now which is no surprise to anybody that they voted in these these articles of impeachment but when you when you think about how this will end in maybe one of the quickest trials in history it may not I mean if it goes to trial which it looks like it might in January it's not gonna last very long and even if it does I mean can you imagine I mean if this really is a serious trial and the Republican attorneys representing trump defending him call Joe Biden his son and Adam Schiff is a witness as all of whom refused to cast applied for various reasons what a complete farce assist and remember that Jerrold Nadler about a year ago said that when they asked him more you can impeach you know the president gave you know he was saying well we have to help certain criteria for present before we do that and one of the criteria yes one of the criteria we have to have a consensus we have to have some bipartisan support there's not one Republican supporting this chairman peach meant right now and what does that tell you it tells you basically that you have to is centrally regard every Republican in the house Judiciary Committee as totally politically corrupt because they don't go along with this Hardison one sided impeachment proceeding by the Democrats I mean so where this stands right now is this is heading for and major train rack for the Democrats in the U. S. Senate this will go down in a blaze of glory and then today yeah there's representative Al Green from Texas is one of the most hateful partisans against tribe said that well this is just the beginning if the impeachment fails this time will impeach him again another charges Jeez it's gonna it's gonna stop John because we're not running that we're not running the country going at wrap it up I'm just it's it's all for drawn comps conclusion you know there it will fail in the U. S. Senate and you know hopefully we can get back to some business as usual he's that were governing this country with all the stuff that's going on John thanks so much Dr John Curtis of course he supports president trump by you hear from Howard bloom from time to time he does not so you get a couple different views a federal judge in Texas is blocked the trump administration from using three point six billion dollars earmarked for the military the fun part of the border wall construction they said now the CDC is warning you about a multi state outbreak of each call I infections linked to fresh express sunflower crisp chopped salad kits as of December ninth eight people from three states were infected with the strain identified in the outbreak according to the CDC three were hospitalized including one person who developed kidney failure no deaths reported there white castle is issued a voluntary recall of multiple products for possible Listeria contamination the recall affects a limited number of frozen sixpack cheeseburgers frozen six pack hamburgers frozen six pack jalapeno cheese burgers sixteen pack hamburgers and sixteen crack cheeseburgers according to the food and drug administration my gosh explorers and scientists are on the trail of the legendary creature a big foot in the forests of Oregon they say they may have captured video footage of the beast in an area where thousands of big foot sightings have been reported the ape like big foot creature was thought to be real by lots of people that a moment doctor Thomas Cohen joins us with his latest work he's got three separate books out cancer and the new biology of water vaccines autoimmunity in the changing nature of childhood illness and human heart because my card and we're going to talk about all of these with doctor Tom next on coast to coast AM real people real stories I had an appointment with the surgeon and he would tell me what all he was going to do and it was just absolutely horrendous I came out of my car number and I called and canceled my surgery and my problem on my skin went away and I cough twenty four hours a day I saw three different common objects and they could do nothing had mentioned to me about president Reagan taking orders in one one week my coffee hi a bruising and conducts all over my arms you know three weeks after I was on a kind of war I know I can look into my heart I don't have any bruises on my arms around always I can't put my finger on it but I know something's happening that has to be accountable or we're talking about the barn waking up your immune system which as you heard as incredible healing powers and make no mistake this is the most versatile application to address all of.

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"thomas cohen" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

09:57 min | 1 year ago

"thomas cohen" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Welcome back George nor with your word Dr Thomas Cohen and we're talking about his latest for cancer the new biology of water will get in the vaccines in the human heart a little bit later on in the program as well Thomas back to this so called gel so if we understand that what is what is science saying about this right now science mostly tries to ignore it because they basically don't understand it and don't get the significance if they could they should be able to make some inroads in the fighting cancer one nine yeah and like I say you know the MRI show basically prove that it again to say it very simply the MRI his measuring the coherence or the structure of water when they see the structure of water deteriorate that shows up as a cancer now why that doesn't lead conventional oncology and science to say I wonder what the conditions are that lead to structured water in the cell or lead to the destruction of structured water I don't know but it's very clear that's what the problem is and I think as I pointed out in the book the imperative is to try to understand you know how the water gets structure what are the components and what leads to the destruction of water of the gel in the water in the cytoplasm which is basically the you know that's the whole shebang now you talk about a six point program talk to us about that time you know them the main thing here is is to get into you know what what what structures the water hi I think before that programs and it is just to get the basic concept and so the way that I try to explain this is to ask your listeners the picture the following so picture a beaker of water and then you suspend a horizontal hydrophilic too in that water now whenever there's a horizontal whenever there's a hydrophilic to be in water it will tend to form a gel on the lining of the two and this is very measurable you can measure the PH changes in the gel as compared to the liquid water and you could also measure the voltage and the reason you can measure the voltage is because all of these shelves are negatively charged and because they called they collect electrons in the gel they also push the protons a positive charges into the water so if you can picture that you have a tube that negatively charged with positive pro tires in the middle and the positive protons they repel each other and they start the water in the tube flowing so you can measure the strength of the child and the strength of the job like I said determines the voltage of the solid determines whether the cells alive and you can see what things influence the movement of the water you can see what things increase or decrease voltage and essentially my whole therapeutic program it is essentially comes out of that so for instance you take this beaker of water with the to ban it and you put it in a lead box and the and the flow stopped because there needs to be an energy source from the outside that essentially charges up the gels so you take it out of the lead box and you shine it in the sun the sun the sun on it and the flow will start which means that the energy of the sun can be an effective energy source for the charging of your gel and then you put the the beaker on the earth and the electromagnetic field from the earth also charges through the water charges that they create the Jalen creates flow you can also put your hands on it then there's the electromagnetic field from our hands which donates energy donates electrons into the into the system into the water the water is a receptor for all this and that creates slow and then interestingly you put your cell phone next to it and the cell phone the radiation from electromagnetic field from a cell phone a wireless device stop the flow and the structures that sell it inhibits the formation of voltage which is how nerves function and house sells charge themselves to create their distance so they don't clump together to form tumors and you can see that there's a whole lot of factors in our environment that end up the structuring the water and there's a lot of factors that end up structuring the water and the more you do the factors that structure the water the last can't see your dad and the more voltage you'll have the more energy you'll have the more nerve function you'll have that's also the way that the blood flows in the body because we have capillaries that have that are hydrophilic you may have water in the form of blood in it they create a collect a sensually a charge and the protons in the water positive charges repel each other and create flow in the in the blood this is the basis of life that I'm talking about which unfortunately is not very recognized in modern biology or medicine now with your program of course if you stick to it what are the odds of never getting cancer I have no idea because because they have never been done and that would be a wild cat but I can tell you that as we go on and we were all expose more and more to the you know influences particularly wireless radiation is one toxins in the environment toxins that come through vaccines we know that their aluminum D. structures your water in fact you can see the whole fever response you know because the way I think of it is something like I always ask myself the question of what would I do if I was this body so what I'm saying is that the dead shall phase in their cytoplasm if that creates the charge that creates the distance between cells so they don't clump together that and actually we know from research that the GL water in in around the DNA actually tells the DNA how to express itself so the so the gel phase water goes right down into the expression of the DNA this is this is the basis of life so so the reason I got into the childhood illness to if he say so what what would happen if somebody did sell some poison in your gel and if you want to think about this it would be like to solving a bad grade in your cello and so you have to get the bad grades out of your gel so what would you do you would heat up the cello you would make it run and then once you eliminated the bad grade he would reconstitute a more healthy gel more healthy cello so that's exactly what humans do when they get sick they are poisons dissolved in their cell you know toxins they have to get rid of it in order to have this you know energetic state that's called health so they create a fevered that heats up the gel gel runs facts called mucus we eliminate the mucus and then we reconstitute and you know recover our health so that's exactly what we see with the cute illness and it also tells you why that hyperthermia or you know heating the body is an effective cancer medicine what is it do it heats the gel the gels run they detoxified a reconstituted a better form and then your your overall better so you can start to see that actually you know the history of sweat lodges in the history of fever therapy and hypocrisy saying give me a medicine to create a fever and I can cure any disease suddenly through this land it all starts to make sense would you be considered a rubble doctor now among your peers I would think you would have to ask them but I certainly have views of health and medicine that are not in the mainstream not conventional blood do you know what a lot of people not medical people but a lot of people probably would agree with you I like I think there's thousands then maybe millions let's talk a little bit about your other work in the will of circle back to some of the show's vaccines autoimmunity is probably one of the most controversial areas for parents Tom and that's whether the vaccine to their children or not a lot of people have heard the dangers of vaccines and the possibility they could create autism tough decision for a parent to make tell me about your thoughts the basic the basic thought the thing that never comes up in conversation which is why I take this conversation to.

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"thomas cohen" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"thomas cohen" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Representative Al Green from Texas is one of the most hateful the partisans against tribe said that well this is just the beginning if the impeachment sales this time will impeach him again another charges he's gonna it's gonna stop John because we're not running that we're not running the country going at wrap it up I'm just it's it's all for drawn comps conclusion you know there it will fail in the U. S. Senate and you know hopefully we can get back to some business as usual he's that were governing this country with all the stuff that's going on John thanks so much Dr John Curtis of course he supports president trump by you hear from Howard bloom from time to time he does not so you get a couple different views a federal judge in Texas is blocked the trump administration from using three point six billion dollars earmarked for the military the fun part of the border wall construction they said now the CDC is warning you about a multi state outbreak of he coli infections linked to fresh express sunflower Chris chopped salad kits as of December ninth eight people from three states were infected with the strain identified in the outbreak according to the CDC three were hospitalized including one person who developed kidney failure no deaths reported there white castle is issued a voluntary recall of multiple products for possible Listeria contamination the recall affects a limited number of frozen six pack cheeseburgers frozen six pack hamburgers frozen sixpack jalapeno cheese burgers sixteen pack hamburgers and sixteen crack cheeseburgers according to the food and drug administration my gosh explorers and scientists are on the trail of the legendary creature a big foot in the forests of Oregon they say they may have captured video footage of the beast in an area where thousands of Bigfoot sightings have been reported the ape like big foot creature is thought to be real by lots of people in a moment doctor Thomas Cohen joins us with his latest work he's got three separate books out cancer and the new biology of water vaccines autoimmunity in the changing nature of childhood illness and human heart because my card and we're gonna talk about all of these with doctor Tom next on coast to coast AM.

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"thomas cohen" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"thomas cohen" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"To testify for various reasons what a complete farce assist and remember that Jerrold Nadler about a year ago said that when they asked him more you can impeach you know the president did you know he was saying well we have to have certain criteria for present before we do that and one of the criteria yes one of the criteria we have to have a consensus we have to have some bipartisan support there's not one Republican supporting this chairman peach meant right now and what does that tell you it tells you basically that you would have to essentially regard every Republican in the house Judiciary Committee as totally politically corrupt because they don't go along with this partisan one sided impeachment proceeding by the Democrats I mean so where this stands right now is this is heading for and major train rack for the Democrats in the U. S. Senate this will go down in a blaze of glory and then today to preempt there's representative Al Green from tax issues one of the most hateful order since against tribe said that what this is just the beginning if the impeachment fails this time will impeach him again on other charges Jeez it's gonna it's gonna stop John because we're not running that we're not running the country go ahead wrap it up I'm just it's it's all for drawn comps conclusion you know there it will fail in the U. S. Senate and you know hopefully we can get back to some business as usual he's that were governing this country with all the stuff that's going on John thanks so much Dr John Curtis of course he supports president trump by you hear from Howard bloom from time to time he does not so you get a couple different views a federal judge in Texas is blocked the trump administration from using three point six billion dollars earmarked for the military the fun part of the border wall construction they said now the CDC is warning you all about a multi state outbreak of each call I infections linked to fresh express sunflower Chris chopped salad kits as of December ninth eight people from three states were infected with the strain identified in the outbreak according to the CDC three were hospitalized including one person who developed kidney failure no deaths reported there white castle is issued a voluntary recall of multiple products for possible Listeria contamination the recall affects a limited number of frozen six pack cheeseburgers frozen six pack hamburgers frozen six pack jalapeno cheese burgers sixteen pack hamburgers and sixteen packed cheeseburgers according to the food and drug administration my gosh explorers and scientists are on the trail of the legendary creature a big foot in the forests of Oregon they say they may have captured video footage of the beast in an area where thousands of big foot sightings have been reported the ape like big foot creature was thought to be real by lots of people there a moment doctor Thomas Cohen joins us with his latest work he's got three separate books out cancer in the new biology of water vaccines autoimmunity in the changing nature of childhood illness and human heart cosmic card and we're going to talk about all of these with doctor Tom next on coast to coast AM.

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"thomas cohen" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"thomas cohen" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Week the president announced a US warships shot down an Iranian drone in the strait of Hormuz something Iran denies and last month Iran shot down an American drone in the region Linda can young Washington the major heatwave is testing New York city's power grid after an outage over the weekend have plunged part of Manhattan into darkness the city's mayor bill de Blasio urge folks to take precautions with is dangerous heat during down through the weekend one amps I say everyone this is a very very difficult situation everyone's got to take it seriously this is a potentially dangerous weather situation for a number of new Yorkers with the scorching weekend ahead this evening seven New York City Subway line suspended service due to a network communications problem as the fiftieth anniversary of the Apollo eleven moon landing is being remembered to surviving astronauts met in the oval office today with the president and NASA officials buzz Aldrin expressed his disappointment with one aspect of the current space program yeah we have a number one right right now in the US and we have a number one spacecraft as they cannot get into orbit with significant capability that's a great disappointment to me a music festival in southern Idaho has been canceled because organizer say they feared potential raised by immigration and customs enforcement agents was supposed to get underway tomorrow in Jerome a member who sat WMAL news eight oh two on Ryan piers and all of this fine on the shores of the stream along the George Washington parkway and four mile run Paul was among the three human bones found on the shores of the Potomac River tributary affected that occurred last week on a large stone park police say the bones were sent to the medical examiner to try to figure out who the person is and how he or she died thirty one years and nothing in the water okay downward dog had to be airlifted out for emergency surgery after being impaled by something in her leg during the multi day search with severed an artery Kylie is expected to make a full recovery heather Curtis on WMAL and WMAL dot com three members of a white supremacist group have been sentenced to between two and three years in prison for punching kicking and choking anti racism protesters had a white nationalist rally in Virginia and political rallies in California members of the now defunct rise above movement were caught on camera salting counter protesters before planned unite the right rally in Charlottesville that of course happy two thousand seventeen Benjamin daily Michael the Seles Thomas Gillan each pleaded guilty to conspiracy to Ryan the men were sentenced Friday in US District Court in Charlottesville US attorney Thomas Cohen said the men were motivated by hateful ideology as we celebrate America's past manned space triumphs NASA is looking forward to what's ahead the space agency aims to return to the moon in five years and it's not as daunting as it was for Apollo we're not owning all the hardware anymore we're one of many customers to commercial enterprises and you know you also have the international folks who'd be involved too which was not the case with Apollo deputy NASA administrator Jim more hard tells W. I. males mornings on the mall John Matthews on WMAL and WMAL dot com W. mail news time Kato for now W. M. A. L. traffic and weather for the hunt deep carpet cleaning traffic center this could be the start of a quiet Friday night right now on the ball we only want the lates in Bethesda between River Road the.

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"thomas cohen" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"thomas cohen" Discussed on 790 KABC

"L. a. area woman who's been missing in salt lake city since june seventeenth salt lake city police chief mike brown announced the finding of the charred remains of twenty-three-year-old university of utah student mackenzie luke buried in the backyard of a north salt lake city home the homeowners been arrested on suspicion of aggravated murder aggravated kidnapping obstruction of justice and desecration of human body investigations of both the arrested persons and mackenzie phone records show the location of their phones to be at hatch park within less than a minute of each other this was the same time as mackenzie's phone stopped receiving any further data or location services are the forensic evidence says that she ties the suspect to luke's murder i'm jim roope the avowed white supremacist who drove his car into a crowd during white nationalist rally in virginia has been sentenced to life in prison james alex fields junior apologized charlottesville courtroom to the august twenty seventeen attack that killed one person injured more than two dozen others the twenty two year old from ohio had pleaded guilty to twenty nine hate crime charges in march and prosecutors agreed to not seek the death penalty but his attorneys were seeking a sentence less than life u._s. attorney thomas cohen we at this podium believe that is an acceptable and appropriate outcome in this case field will also be sentenced next month on separate state charges more than a dozen survivors and witnesses to the attack delivered emotional testimony about the physical and psychological wounds they have received as a result of the events that day i'm joe ramsey it doesn't fight crime but l._a._p._d. unveiled today a robot at the central station that will take on another foe germs at the station where an employee last month contracted the bacteria that causes typhoid fever l._a._p._d. department chief michael moore introduced light strike a robot designed to eliminate germs from an entire room also introduced at the central station which is located on e sixth street near skid row where healthy souls a shoe sanitizer the supreme court today agreed to hear arguments on president trump's decision to end the deferred action for childhood arrivals program that currently protects around seven hundred thousand undocumented immigrants who came to the u._s. as children from deportation the court announced they will hear the case in the fall the issue facing the supreme court is not the galaxy of the program but the way the trump administration wanted to terminate it and their decision is expected right in the heart of the twenty twenty presidential election i'm kelly smoot reporting talk radio seven ninety k._a._b._c..

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"thomas cohen" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"thomas cohen" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"It for maria leaf a somber anniversary observed in annapolis today it's been a year since a man opened fire and the capital gazette newsroom killing five people and today survivors spoken a dedication for memorial garden standing in the garden dedicated to her five slain colleagues survivors leaned sam police said visitors should not only remember the lives of gerald fishman rob hyacinth john mcnamara wendy winters and rebecca smith i think it would be a disservice these people tend not also remember that this was preventable the way that they died was preventable she asked people including the politicians there to also think about any ways they can help prevent gun violence so that you don't like us and like them heather curtis on w._m._a. allen w._m._a. l. dot com who drove his car into a crowd of protesters and charlottesville virginia has been sentenced to life in prison james alex fields junior apologized in charlottesville courtroom to the august twenty seventeen attack that killed one person injured more than two dozen others the twenty two year old from ohio had pleaded guilty to twenty nine hundred crime charges in march and prosecutors agreed to not seek the death penalty but his attorneys were seeking a sentence less than life u._s. attorney thomas cohen we at this podium believe that is an acceptable and appropriate outcome in this case fields will also be sentenced next month on separate state charges more than a dozen survivors and witnesses to the attack delivered emotional testimony about the physical and psychological wounds they have received as a result of the events that day i'm joe ramsey top administration threatening nations that do business with iran as world powers gathered today to talk about the twenty fifteen nuclear deal the u._s. special envoy for iran said today the administration will sanction any country that ports iranian oil and that there are no exceptions in place president trump withdrew from the accord last year of course and has imposed new sanctions on iran to cripple economy this as senior officials from iran and the remaining signatories to it's twenty fifteen nuclear deal with world powers gathering vienna today tensions in the persian gulf continue to simmer and tehran sits poised to surpass uranium stockpile threshold which poses a threat to the accord iran insisted wants to save it and has urged europeans to start buying a radiant oil or give them a credit line scott carr washington remains of the southern california woman missing and salt lake city for eleven days have been found burned and buried in the backyard of a north salt lake home twenty-three-year-old university of utah student mckinsey luek was last seen at hurt from in the early morning hours of monday june seventeenth as she got into a car at a local park early thursday police served a search warrant and hereby home where neighbors say the owner was recently burning something that put off a foul smell police chief mike brown forensic excavation of the burn area was conducted charred material was located which has now been forensically determined to be female human tissue the owner of the is arrested charged with aggravated murder aggravated kidnapping of structure of justice and desecration of human body i'm jim roope new study finds only four per cent of retirees start claiming their benefit at the right time as a whole current retirees would lose three point four trillion dollars in potential income to fund their retirement because they started withdrawing funds from social security too early that comes out to about one hundred and eleven thousand dollars per household while there is no one optimal age ninety two percents of retirees would be better off waiting to claim their benefits until at least their sixty fifth birthday the researchers also estimate that elderly poverty could be cut in half if all retirees claim social security at the optimal time the study was conducted by united income and online investment management and financial planning firm i'm john stolz your money ahead of the close the dow up seventy three points the s&p five hundred up seventeen the nasdaq up thirty.

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"thomas cohen" Discussed on V103

V103

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"thomas cohen" Discussed on V103

"All divas, please. Yes. Yeah. We love her. Look-back kid. I know she looks fabulous. I don't know what she's doing. But she looks good. I'm Ah-ha makeup artist. I think. Steve. Oh. Me. Some college. Look like, Edison. It's fabulous won't be pretty. Beat at overdue. Ooh. Everything I put on a seventy five going to be picked gear. Well, I see your side. I'm bringing a pair of fat because I'm through I'm through through conforming to television awaiting won't me to be on through. I'm going all in are you gonna wear whatever you want to wear. Slowly changing stuff are got for this year. Yeah. You saw it. Let's let's go to miss an plays in gentlemen. Miss trip. Thank you. This is Andrew for the news everybody. All right. Let's start with this one. The Ohio man who was convicted of killing anti-racism protests are in Charlottesville Virginia in two thousand to two thousand seventeen has now pled guilty to federal hate crime charges. He could face life in prison. Twenty one year old James Alex field. A self described Neo Nazi has pleaded guilty to no less than twenty nine charges after ramming his car into a crowd of people who are protesting white supremacy rally and used to turn Thomas Cohen says that the plea deal involved was a good one. We believe that life imprisonment or the potential life imprisonment was an acceptable result. We also believe that it vindicated or interest in protecting civil rights victims feels has already been convicted of first degree murder and some other charges for killing the anti racist. Are Heather higher entry injury nine other people? Now, the President Trump's declaration of a national emergencies upheld allowing him to get as much money as he wants for his promise border. All the presidents now focused again on another campaign promise that bringing down the Affordable Care Act were ObamaCare. Trump asking congressional Republicans have come up with alternatives to the healthcare law, which he claims is not working. And now his Justice department has called for ObamaCare to be struck down in court that apparently gives the president some hope if the supreme court rules that ObamaCare is out. We will have a plan that's far better than ObamaCare. Of course, the GOP tried and failed to repeal ObamaCare. Once Trump took office, even though Republicans were in charge of the house, the Senate and the White House, it appears that attorney general William bar's gonna probably miss a deadline that the house of representatives set to present lawmakers with special counsel, Robert Muller's complete report on Washington interference in the two thousand sixteen election democratic congressman Jerrold Nadler, chairman of the House Judiciary committee says that during a phone call with the attorney generally other day that box that he wouldn't he really didn't promise to deliver and unredacted copy other reports, and when they redacting that when they like, you know, dark. And stuff parts and sentences. You can't read William bar is expected on Capitol Hill for budget hearing with the house appropriations committee on April knife, by the way, the results of a new poll shows that fifty six percent of people feel that the mullahs report did not absolve, President Trump of collusion, and or obstruction of Justice with the Russians in the two thousand sixteen election that this couldn't be proven definitively. That's what fifty six percent of people say forty three percent say that the report has cleared Trump of collusion. The FBI. Meanwhile, reporting investigating why all charges against Jesse small it would drop Chicago's top. Prosecutors defending the decision critics point out though that it took the murders. Twenty black Atlanta children for the FBI stepped into the Atlanta child murders case and today is national.

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"thomas cohen" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"thomas cohen" Discussed on KOMO

"From ABC news. I'm Daria Albinger to believe. Or not to believe. President. Trump's former fixer Michael Cohen spent a day publicly testifying before a house committee about a hush money payment to a porn star writing a copy of a thirty five thousand dollar check that President Trump personally signed from his personal Bank account on August first of twenty seventeen when he was president of the United States. Cohen also says President Trump had advance knowledge that Hillary Clinton's emails would be released during the campaign. ABC news chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas Cohen admitted to knowing other illegal acts Michael Cohen claims that he's in steady constant communication with the southern district. Even after he's been sentenced in his scheduled to go to prison key, clearly indicated that the southern district is still actively investigating some items where they find his testimony and or cooperation useful. But Republicans including congressman Jim Jordan, say Cohen is nothing but an. Admitted liar. He never defraud any Bank. He was having a conversation questioning from Mr. calmer. Obviously that's not true because he's gone to prison for that. Very offend Cowan faces at three year prison sentence may for lying to congress and financial crimes. President Trump is holding another bilateral meeting with North Korea's Kim Jong in Vietnam later, they'll sign something an emergency has been declared for towns inundated by floodwaters in northern California. Getting around parts of sonoma's county and towns gern veil and near Sebastian pool. It takes a kayak or a motorboat right now water levels are peaking and with the rain gone. The water levels will begin to recede. But unfortunately, there is more rain in the forecast over the weekend. ABC's Alec stone. Former democratic congressman better aerobic says he's made up his mind about a possible. Twenty twenty run for president. You're listening to ABC news..

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"thomas cohen" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

14:09 min | 2 years ago

"thomas cohen" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"As stormy Daniels and Cohen's payment of playboy model. Karen mcdougal? We're not merely unreported it states that Cohen and Trump organize the president's company when to great lengths to conceal them by fraudulent bookkeeping McCarthy goes on to state that equally significantly Cohen was not charged with merely making illegal donations. He was charged in the first campaign finance count with causing a company to make illegal donations. It's been obvious for some time. He says the President Trump is the principle. Subject of the investigation. Still being conducted by the US attorney for the southern district of New York. Gregg Jarrett, Fox News analyst whose book the Russia hoax, the illicit scheme to clear, Hillary Clinton and frame. Donald trump. A top New York Times bestseller argue that Cohen pleaded guilty to a non-crime exactly what I've been saying well situation that happens to to frequently. He argues at Trump didn't commit a crime. He says do the those payments mean Trump committed a federal crime. If he directed Cohen to make the payments. Absolutely not. Jared says just because one person pleads guilty does not mean that another person is automatically guilty. Indeed. And agreeing to the prosecutor's demands go and actually pleaded guilty to a non-career. What did I tell you exactly why he's trying to get of the taxi medallion stuff and the tax evasion? So they get him to plead guilty to something that's not even a crime. So that they can buy association hang it on Donald Trump. I don't think they're going to indict him because there's nothing to indict him for anyway. Greg Jarrett goes on to say, why would he do such a thing? Again. The answer is leniency Thomas Cohen. Sadly, it happens rather frequently why are the payments and the woman to the woman a non crime? In other words, perfectly legal. I Trump did not utilize campaign funds for the payments second under the law. Here's allowed to spend an unlimited amount of his own money on his campaign. Top Democrats, of course are looking for impeachment Maxine Waters saying over the weekend. We told you he was dirty. We told you it was a crime. And now it's time to impeach him. Congressman Jerry, Nadler, New York Democrat, of course, told CNN state of the union if found guilty the charges are impeachable offenses in the in the service of fraudulently obtaining, the office. He was on. The judiciary committee would have voted to impeach President Bill Clinton. He fought against impeaching President Clinton at the time. Even though President Clinton had lied under oath, which is clearly an impeachable offense. As we've demonstrated on this show many times. And also cautioned that impeachments should not be partisan. And then there was Adam Schiff on CBS is face the nation. So there's a very real prospect that on the day, Donald Trump leaves office. The Justice department may indict him he may be the first president in quite some time to face the real prospect of jail time, he says so now the expert turning their attention over saying that the rambling worse than Al Capone's criminal empire. Now here four I have cautioned the president about doing anything with Muller investigation. But it may be time to shut this thing down. This is going off the rails unhinged. Going nuts with nothing to do with Russia. Nothing to do with the election and meddling, and whatever they were looking for now, they're just trying to find this that and the other. I'm just telling you, folks. And I've told you this over and over again, we told you get on Friday. It may be CD maybe unseemly, but the president trying to keep a private matter private with his own private money is not a campaign finance violation. It's no different than if somebody was getting ready to leak that he had a heart problem, and he paid them not the league it will fill this is about sex. What does that have to do with anything? Both are private matters that a candidate is trying to keep quiet if you can keep that in your mind, then you'll understand why this is not a campaign finance violation. If somebody were to come to Trump or any candidate two or three weeks before the election and say, I'm getting ready to release some information. It's your private record your medical records show. You have a heart problem. And the president says look I wish you wouldn't do that. Well, I won't for a phenomenal fee. And so you offer to pay him one hundred and twenty thousand dollars not to make this public and sign a nondisclosure agreement. Would anybody have a problem with that? I would submit to you. That's probably happened more times than you know, we can of course, prove what about Bill Clinton. But you know, somebody had some information on his medical records that he was trying to keep quiet, and they never came out. I wonder why he was able to keep those under wraps, and it's his to do these. These are private matters. We don't know whether it Vidino or whether we we have no idea what was in the the medical records of Bill Clinton, but he desperately sought to keep those quiet. And if he had paid somebody to keep them, quiet. It would not be a campaign finance law violation. People do this all the time. Matter of fact, here's what the president said about this. He said defending the hush money payments. He says that it was a simple private transaction. That's basically what it boils down to. Now, this is from Reuters. It says under US law campaign contributions defined as things of value given to a campaign to influence an election must be disclosed. Well, what did he give to his campaign? He actually took private money out of his own pocket and gave it to somebody else. The stormy Daniels worked for the campaign somebody check, oh, she doesn't this Karen McDougal work for the campaign, then how in the world can this be a campaign contribution? When when it was money going in the opposite direction of the candidate. It was going to somebody else. It wasn't going to the campaign. Campaign finance law is clear. But even if it were going to the campaign to guy can sit there and write himself a check all he wants to. He was self financing his campaign from the get go. So if he wanted either way if you call this a campaign contribution, all they can say is well it wasn't reported. Well, then you file an amendment, and you report it if you want to do with it. But I don't think it's a campaign contribution. It was going away from the candidate. How can that be countribution? Some just reading through some of this stuff here. On monday. The president again denied wrongdoing sought to shift and he blamed Cohen. One post misspelled the word smoking twice drawing criticism and ridicule on Twitter. That's all together. Them grants. Can't find a smooching a smoking gun. I guess SM. Oh, C K I N G trying the time the Trump campaign to the to Russia after James Comey's testimony. No smoking gun. Maybe that's what he means. Then have a smoking gun, but they may have smoking gun, but they still don't have a smocking one. I can tell you that. No collusion. He wrote. So now, the Democrats go to a simple private transaction. He says wrongly calling it a campaign contribution. Was it wasn't. He said that even if it were a campaign contribution, it would amount to a civil case, adding, but it was done correctly by a lawyer, and there would not even be a fine, lawyers liability. If he made a mistake, not mine and gets through the lawyer was it was Cohen. So Cohen comes to him and tells him the whole deal and says we make this go away if you write a check for so and so and so and so so he's getting advice from his lawyer whose Cohen who's now. Trying to say we were in cahoots. You're the one in cahoots yours lawyer advising him on what to do from a legal standpoint. If it was a legal. It's on you, isn't it? US? Prosecutors of course on Friday sought prison time for Cohen. They said that were made in coordination with and direction of Trump as well as on charges of evading taxes in line to congress case stems from the federal investigation into alleged Russian interference of the two thousand sixteen as laughable was anything to do with Russia or NFL has nothing. So now they officially are an on a wild goose chase. They're physically off the road. There's Muller what his head bobbing and the SUV boom, boom, boom. We're going off road. Now. Let's say we find over here. Oh, no, no, no, turn turn by that tree. Let's say no, no, no darn right up there. Go up that hill. Let's go over here. And see if we can find some the they have gone off road and rogue, and I would not be surprised, and I wouldn't blame him. If the president finally said enough is enough. We're closing this thing down you can put forth, whatever you've got so far, but we're not going any further. We're not doing anymore. Estimations. We're not going into our personal. And he said that early on if you swerve into my family business. I'm gonna shut you down. And that's exactly what they're talking about doing now. So I wouldn't blame him it. We've got that. We got the Heisman Trophy winner. This is just ridiculous. USA today attacking this guy. And I know you were disappointed Johnny the to it. And then win this is one of those things. Well, you know, I think it'll be good in the long run. Because now, they'll they'll be more pumped up to win against Oklahoma. Whether you go within hours of winning the Heisman Trophy college football's highest honor, the recipient of the ward was attacked by a hotel. They call it. This is from big-league politic hotel tabloid USA today. Over four tweets described as homophobic that were sent when he was fourteen and fifteen years old. USA today in a tweet says as of early Sunday morning, four offensive tweets using an anti gay slur remain active on the Heisman winners account linking a story about Oklahoma. Universities Cuyler Murray. Murray used the word queer in six separate. Well, the the the LGBT LT and all the rest of these folks, they use queer all the time with accused stands for and I love they're going back. So far in time. Now. Oh, yes. But does but doesn't the LGBTQ Stanford queer? Yes. It does or maybe questioning, but they use queer all the time. They do. Main queer as folk. Yes, right show. There's another queer show. There is I think queer nation queries. Hell when that. Murray. Murray used the word. Funding. You can't say that anymore. They do. So I can't say they're saying, I can say, okay. Murray used the word queer in six separate tweets between two thousand eleven and two thousand twelve seven and eight years ago when he was a child for that. He was he was shamed. By USA today on the biggest night of his life and goaded into an apology consequently, and rightfully the internet stepped in to defend Murray. A E is scholar in modern. Feminism critic Christina hop. Summers. Says can someone organize a boycott of USA today? Twitter user de fresh two thousand one says instead of using this young man's accomplishments in story as inspiration for other young athletes. You attempt to ruin him by focusing on a small mistake, he made as a teenager on social media, and this this is why your paper is given away at hotels says Griff golf and people still don't read it. The original USA today tweet received about four hundred retweets while he garnered more than seven thousand responses mostly in defense of Murray was also draft ninth. Overall by major league baseball is Oakland Athletics. In the twenty eighteen draft will reportedly head to the athletes spring training next year. So he can play football or baseball. He's got a choice that is a quite an accomplishment. The guy's a Heisman Trophy winner in football and has been drafted by the Oakland A's to go play professional baseball next year. That's just unbelievable. Unbelievable. Let's see. Okay. Yeah, I'm trying to get you some of the tweets, and we'll get those for you later. It's just the big biggest night of the guy's life. And this is what USA today has to do because it's all about destroying, folks. These days. We need to check that he vote for Trump. Bound to have. I mean, they they probably found that they voted for Trump. So he's gotta go. Well, he's from Oklahoma. Big red state mother, you go anybody from a red state. They're going to they must die. Quick time out. We'll get to your thoughts. We got our expert of the day coming up. It's going to be Rachel Alexander of the stream stream dot org blower exposes the Clinton foundation that could get interesting that'll be thirty five after as we're wanting to do every day at this time our expert of the day one eight hundred six one eight Phil if you'd like to chime in one eight hundred six eight seven four four five we're back into..

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"thomas cohen" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"thomas cohen" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Were rated around the metro area today. Eight people are accused of stealing luxury cars and using them in the legal marijuana grows. DEA agents say they're still looking for two other suspects DA agent. Tim Scott says this is just the tip of the iceberg. So much market marijuana here that there's not a neighborhood in Pali Colorado this not affected by this few million dollar plus homes all the way down agents say they confiscated seventeen new model luxury. Cars, including a Lamborghini, Porsche Cadillac Escalade, the total value was more than a million dollars. Denver. Police department continue on investigation of a shooting that happened around seven o'clock this evening at eleventh in osage one party was shot and taken to the hospital. This Uber driver said he was near eleventh thousand Navajo. Pick up a passenger. And suddenly started hearing pop pop pop and started seeing people running and I turned around and headed in the other way as well. The investigation is active and ongoing eleventh avenue is closed between osage and Mariposa. President Trump's foreign former attorney Michael Cohen is being sentenced to spend three years in prison. He admitted to breaking campaign finance laws for making illegal hush money. Payments to porn stars stormy Daniels to cover up her claim that she had an affair with Trump before before the sentence. Cohen said he felt a need to cover up Trump's dirty deeds. But the judge didn't buy the judge was unmoved citizen Cohen to three years in prison for what he calls a veritable scoreboard board of fraud saying Cohen had lost his moral, compass, that's ABC's Pierre. Thomas Cohen noted that blind loyalty to Trump led him to choose darkness over light. The boy scouts of America are considering filing for bankruptcy because of sexual abuse lawsuits. Filed against the organization. The Wall Street Journal reported today the organization sent a letter to its employees saying it would explore all options and keeping the youth group going the boy scouts have been a significant seen a significant drop in membership over the past few decades there high was actually back in the seventies. Last year spent more than seven point six million dollars to lawyers because of its ongoing legal battles journal reports. The boy scouts have higher the chapter eleven bankruptcy firm as it considers their next steps. Broncos and Browns Saturday case keenum says he has to give his receivers better chances. Yeah. I take it on myself that men have better better. I've got a I've got to play better. I've got to get my guys chances down the.

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"thomas cohen" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"thomas cohen" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Donald Trump, but took a plea deal. Instead Michael Cohen sentences for tax and campaign finance violations. Prosecutors here in New York have been very adamant that he should get full substantial jail time because they believe he's not been totally forthcoming. And also they believe that he's had a career and reputation built on green. Spear Thomas Cohen was the president's former personal attorney he says he felt pressured to cover up what he called dirty deeds, including hush money, payoffs to women claiming they'd had affairs with Donald Trump when he was a private citizen Cohen reports to prison on March. Sixth Paul manafort's lawyers have until January twenty fifth to decide if they'll challenge claims that their client lied to prosecutors. The former Trump campaign chair pleaded guilty to charges he agreed to work with prosecutors. But they claim that he reneged and lied to them officials in Westminster haven't said yet what caused a house to explode there yesterday. Today afternoon to people were injured when the explosion happened at the house on west seventy fourth place, at least one person has serious injuries. The investigation continues still no sign of a missing mom from woodland park. And the man who last saw her isn't saying much ABC's Clayton Sandell tracked down Kelsey Berith fiancee. Who was the fodder father rather of Barrett's daughter? Patrick Frasier refusing to answer questions putting the couple's one year old daughter in a car seat and driving off Patrick. What does the text message Kelsey sent you on the twenty fifth the twenty nine year old vanished? Thanksgiving Day police say frac- told them that's when he last saw Barrett when he picked up the couple's child police say they live apart. The last known footage of bear shows are walking into a Safeway store with their daughter on Thanksgiving Day in sports. Colorado Avalanche lost to the Edmonton. Oilers six to four last night at the Pepsi center. Our next news update is at eleven o'clock. I'm Pat Woodard on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Highway drive cross town in great shape now backup speed on. I twenty five south of downtown at university of that crash out of the west pretty much wide open. Now from north Glenn to the tech center. No word is getting out of the tech center. Now northbound there two to five looks great no delays on twenty-five across Aurora pretty much wide open from I seventy all the way down to I twenty five nothing back up on. I seventy on the side of town and pretty much a wide. Open drive on the turnpike now between Denver and boulder..

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"thomas cohen" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"thomas cohen" Discussed on KOMO

"Goldberg the man who once said he would take a bullet for President Trump is former attorney Michael Cohen is in a federal courtroom in New York City about to be sentenced for a laundry list of crimes. And campaign finance charges. Federal prosecutors here in New York are playing hardball bottom line. They want him to go to jail and for quote, a substantial amount of time on the line to congress charged. The special counsel has been more supportive of Cohen, but mother gave no recommendation on the amount of time that should be served other than to say that that time serve could be equal to the time. That's being served for the other charges. ABC's chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas Cohen told the court today, he takes full responsibility for his crimes, including payments to two women who said they'd had affairs with the president President Trump spoke to Reuters about the possibility he'll be impeached. ABC's Cecilia Vega about Democrats discussing impeachment on Capitol Hill. The president says quote, I'm not concerned. No, I think that the people would revolt if that happened. The president says he hasn't done anything wrong turmoil. In Britain is Prime Minister Theresa may faces a vote of confidence today over her handling of Brexit after months of negotiation. Theresa May got a deal to leave the European Union and had planned to. Put that deal to parliament. But she did not have the votes to get the deal done. And now members of her own party thinks she is too weak to govern and won't have replaced in just a few hours. We'll Efate ABC's James Longman in London. Secretary of state, Mike Pompeo is asking other countries to put pressure on Iran. We collectively call upon Iran to cease its ballistic missile activity. We must agree to stop it. Now on pale speaking to the United Nations Security council, he says tests, violates Security Council resolutions in France. A manhunt continues for the suspect who opened fire at Christmas market in Strasbourg killing two people. More than a dozen others were hurt. On Wall Street. The Dow is up three hundred eighty-five points. You're listening to ABC news. Stay connected. Stay informed. Komo news morning. Welcome to a Wednesday hump day. The twelfth of December. We've got forty mostly cloudy in downtown Seattle. I'm Tom hutler with our top stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center. A federal judge is demanding. The Seattle police department explain itself after SP reinstated an officer who had punched a handcuffed woman. The update from komo's Corwin Hake. The city of Seattle fired officer Adly shepherd in two thousand sixteen two years after he punched a twenty three year old woman already under restraint. The incident was caught on squad car video. Don't.

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"thomas cohen" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"thomas cohen" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Brought to you by sunflower Bank. President Trump says his former lawyer is lying. He's got himself. A big prison says he tried to get a much lesser prison sentence by making up a story. President spoke after Michael Cohen reached a plea deal with prosecutors in the Russia investigation in pleading guilty Cohen told the court he misled congress about how long is talks with Russians continued about pursuing a possible Trump Tower Moscow. He said, these constant. Mutations went on much longer than what he told congress. Sources familiar with the discussions. Tell ABC news Cohen has spent more than seventy hours with Muller team with questions focusing on context with Russia doing the campaign. Trump's business ties to Russia, obstruction of Justice and talk of possible party ABC's Pierre Thomas Cohen says he kept Trump informed about the Russian meetings beyond January of two thousand sixteen president says even if what Collins says about his talks with Russia were true his statement that he had no financial dealings with Russia is true because the deal never happened president's on his way to the g twenty economic summit in Buenos Aires, he plans to meet with China's president to talk trade. What meeting that won't happen is with Russian President, Vladimir Putin. The White House says that meeting has been cancelled because of Russia's moves against Ukraine, Colorado, congressman Ed Pearl mutter says he respects Nancy Pelosi, but it's time for a change in the party's leadership in congress. The smart she's got a lot of knowledge. But at some point, you gotta start passing the torch. And I I think that's my biggest complaint House Democrats nominated Pelosi be the speaker when the new congress takes office next year. The final vote is in January Pearl maters says that he understands desire of Democrats to had experience in the speaker's chair, but he would like to see some new blood. Nobody's ever changed the world by working forty hours a week. That is the latest tweet from tesla. CEO Elon Musk musk says at a sustainable workweek is eighty hours and at times it could stretch to one hundred must basically tells people who would like to work for him that if they want to change the world they better be prepared to put in some of their own time. Last week, Elon Musk tweeted that there was a seventy percent chance that he was going to move to Mars sports. Colorado Avalanche continue their hot streak six games in a row. Now, they beat the Pittsburgh Steelers six to three last night at the Pepsi center. In college basketball, the CU you men pounded Portland ninety three to sixty nine in boulder. The buffs actually host Colorado state on Saturday. Right now. On Wall Street. Stocks are down across the board. The Dow is currently down eighty-five points and NASDAQ down thirty the s&p down nine next update at ten thirty. I'm Pat Woodard KOA NewsRadio.

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"thomas cohen" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"thomas cohen" Discussed on WCPT 820

"The nineteen ninetysix telecommunication sector stupid it'd be signed we now have a media in this country that has no obligation to report expert truth the news divisions that used to be ending are all under the entertainment divisions and union membership has fallen to about ten percent in this big money dominates corporations dominate republicans pull the strings and working with people like me i've been screwed for the last thirty forty years okay thanks george appreciate that will i don't he says that the news media he's talking about television that they're all under the entertainment division i know that some shows are but i don't know that the news division falls under the entertainment anyhow not worth the debate let's go to richard richard you're on hi i was calling because the fellow who was on thing that the democrats were the anti union people really kinda turns everything on the real world and yeah could design the nafta go but that's a republican thing i mean we we we we criticize them unlike what he was saying democrats don't criticize i'm afraid i don't think that's true i've i've forgotten everything else the thing is it's like to me it's like the argument that republicans are are not the racist because abraham lincoln was in the republican yeah well water under the bridge since then another thing too i just wanted to mention thomas cohen author he he's at the end of his book who sat which stays some of the reasons why unions have failed in one of them is that this union boxing they found to be union busting by the courts there's no penalty they have to pay the salaries the money that they would have had to pay pads and say no additional penalties monetary wants so in a sense that typifies to to unions that scored either yeah okay yeah you gotta you gotta bad echo thanks richard thanks for that oh i'm sorry look i think most corporations are against unions and and he's right there is no penalty for union busting and depending on who appoints the national labor relations board you know there's very little penalties in a republican administration with the national labor relations board that that favors the republican standard very very little penalty for anti union activity in fact the i i don't know of any penalties for anti union activity you know corporations can pretty much when you're trying.

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"thomas cohen" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"thomas cohen" Discussed on NFL Live

"There are no surprises no excuses says running back lebanon bell if there are two guys battling for one helmet coach t will let everybody know hey all these are two guys battling for one helmet i'm going to watch them in practice today i'm going to watch them in practice all week and we're going to see who gets this helmet and so everybody knows this is the vision that tom has brought to his job and to make sure everyone understands it he boils down to maxims and mottos that players coaches and ballboys commit to memory of course every coach has stock sayings tomlin though speaks jockstrap zen has a second language and when one afternoon after practice i ask offensive tackle alejandro villanueva about thomas cohen's he asked the player at the next locker intern and soon there rises a chorus of enormous men and towels reciting the broken poetry of coach t the standard is the standard the first step of getting better showing up don't take it don't get caught less than ready don't be that guy and this from an tonio brown we all mcdonald's and yet for all his insistence on simplicity tomlin remains a complicated man and football complicated sport for all the unity of opinion concerning coach t the remains in the locker room diversity of experience and so of interpretation and for all his determination to keep things very very black and white he still has to live in a world of black and white and yes gray and so do his players take villa nueva for example he is grateful to coach t because coach t invented villanueva as a football player villanueva had just been cut by the eagles as a defensive end in twenty fourteen when coach t invited him to work out as an offensive tackle villanueva came to pittsburgh where he says coach t talk to me for an hour and the word he used was trust six feet nine inches tall the son of a spaniard who served nato villanova had graduated from west point and done three tours and afghantistan he recognized and tomlin a kind of man familiar to him coach tea is a battalion sergeant major a really good battalion sergeant major who knows every detail about every soldier in the battalion that's the personality he has that's who he is.

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