35 Burst results for "Thority"
"thority" Discussed on Swarfcast
"You know how they find new jobs for making parts and so many people said word of mouth was the key but to me it seems like by having the blog and by establishing your credibility in like this that might be able to help create the word of mouth because it it makes you induna thority because then also if somebody recommends you then they can also say i listen to their podcast all the time or it's absolutely right. You need to give people a reason to believe you're an expert because if all you do is sit there and talk about how great you are. Why should anybody believe that demonstrate that you are an expert in this and that your team of engineers under you or your your machinists. Or whoever are true experts and showcase that not by talking about yourself by getting them on camera by taking the knowledge out of their brains and turning it into written content. However you do it show. Don't tell because nobody's listening. Nobody cares everybody. Talks about how they're the greatest named the best people in their customer services unmatched. Maybe true for you but nobody has any reason to believe that every other company in your space is saying the exact same thing you need to show. You're an expert. Exactly what's a typical issue. You find with a lot of people's websites new go to be companies all filled with first person pronouns. I me my we are. We are the greatest we do this. We go go look at website count. How many first person pronouns are present there. What's wrong with that same thing. I just said no one cares literally. No one cares except for people who are late in the buying process. And they're they've You've done something to establish enough. Trust that you're in their. They're in their the set of final. Three companies are looking at. And now they're vetting you really closely. You need to flip that around and say you know we do this for companies who look like this and state that very simply and then you need to say those types of companies come to us when they are experiencing this type of problem or this type of problem or this type of problem or they're trying to achieve this or this or this and in those cases we could be.
"thority" Discussed on Hearts Unleashed
"This is after five six years of transformation. And i have like a good solid month and a half of just down in the dumps crab on that. I'm finally finding my way out of it and it was just. I can't even tell you but it felt like a different level this time and it but it's just a matter of consistently showing up and doing the work all the time to get to the point where you can have a month and half like that feeling like crap but still knowing that you're empowered. You're a gift you're powerful. You're doing good things in the world and it's okay to go through this piece because this has to come up out of your system to continue to healing continue the transformation process. I love that. You said that. Because as i said in basically in your introduction is like i've known her for five years but i don't know why haven't alabama costs on the podcast sooner. Well i feel like that answer was exactly why because i just love where you're sharing from is like you can be down and up at the same time those can coexist in so i just. I'm so grateful. Because i know there's a lot of men and women who are out. There really committed to living their best life and moving through some allen. Djing times or some darkness rightly particulars. Yeah i was just didn't think it was. They started to really hit me about two weeks into seventy by hard. Was that was when it really started to hit hard. That i was feeling really crappy and unlike i think i said it's you probably started other coaches to. I can remember a time where that would have knocked me out of the gang. I would've said done with it not not gonna do this. I'm going to back to eating sugar during alcohol and there was something in me that kept saying no. There's a reason why you need to not have the Escapism is right now. Because you need to experience whatever's coming through your system and get it out of you so you can level up and it sucks really one of the comfort but you gotta get really uncomfortable. Agreed well in so speaking of uncomfortable. Because you i know we're talking about you know breaking up that victimhood but you have you. You've gone outside of your comfort zone and you have started a business. You have divinely you you have the divinely podcast. You have divinely coaching. Tell us a little bit about the work that you do with clients and in the world so i really liked to empower my clients to really see their power right because that's where a lot of this shift was for me. It was like really seeing my power and acknowledging my personal thority right so i really want to empower others to see that. They have the authority for themselves to know and control or choose their physical situation. Their physical health go That they can control their mental health and they can control their spiritual health So i obviously i do fitness. I do a lot of fitness things. I've done a lot of mental things from depression. Whatever and then. I tapped into the physical or the spiritual studied ricky. I study astrology. The more i've grown into all three and you know just given the attention to all three the more that i've seen that when all of tap into all three and we worked to kinda heal all three and own The transformation is sort of available almost opens up for us and so i really like to work with people on that personal authority. I have episodes on my podcast about it. I wanna talk about it more. They you you. Because i think it's that important especially right now like just be able to say how it goes for you how you want to be about those three areas your physical health your mental health and your spiritual halls beautiful beautiful. I just.
"thority" Discussed on The Bible Project
"To uniquely divine. How do you mean there's something that sets it apart. Yeah i mean the way we're talking about how we experience the divine through human Then in some sense every encounter with a human his divine. Oh yeah right. Yeah in some way and in some sense any artistic expression of human i see has a spark of divinity in it i see. Yeah and and maybe not fuss over you know. Obviously there's some that maybe dislike scott violence and bloodshed in iran and but I think you get my point is the bible is literary art made by humans and so in that sense okay. It's fine but so is you know. Yeah got a beautiful prayer. That my pastor wrote or the writings of a revered spiritual leader thinker. That has really opened up understanding. So for the image of god and then if through the power of the spirit speaks something. True of god is that a divine word So the effect that these texts have the claims that they make about themselves are they. Yeah they're offering a uniquely authoritative were truthful representation of god's will and purposes in the world in a way that you can't find anywhere else That is a set of claims. How do they make those claims for the hebrew bible. It's just these texts represent a point of view and we'll get into this in some of the later paradigm but it's a point of view at the minority report of a minority community and tradition within the history of the israelite people they're just called the prophets and the scribes in the hebrew bible. And it's a chain of figures you know really gain an identity and moses and chain figures follow from him so they claims to be telling the story of god's purposes in the world authoritatively with from a unique point of view. That point of view was accepted within the exiles that return for of some exiles that returned from babylon and rebe restarted their life. They're in the land so these texts came to be revered and those claims were accepted among many jews but not all not all we know of juice communities that were down egypt. The didn't use the hebrew bible as their guide for understanding reality. That make sense in other words. It's the set of texts that make a claim and there has been a group of people who viewed them as uniquely revealing. The will of god different than anywhere else. Jesus certainly viewed the hebrew. Bible that way as uniquely. God's word yeah the way he quotes from talks about it and then claimed that he was the one who was bringing that revelation and that story to its fulfilment and then he claimed that that was the same authorities that he had about what he was bringing to the world and then that's what he deputised his first followers to go represent him and that divine message thority. So these techs make a claim to be the unique place where you find the purpose and will of god revealed but that doesn't mean that it wasn't revealed through human texts. Yes right. And i think. That's i think that's the payoff. There is while the human and divine from a hebrew construct a biblical paradigm are always connected. That this is uniquely. God's word in a very special way. Yeah but that doesn't make it no longer human and divine correct. Yes right so there's a lot and what we've just talked about unless you minutes. That will unpack more in a couple of the next ones. But the point you to summarize right there is the key one for this paradigm shift. Is that for a word to be even uniquely divine authoritative. Bright odds with humidity was written by humans. So i was going to train to come at the bible as okay. it's divine let me find. Its divinity And then when i encountered it's humanity felt scandalous And when i encountered it's humanity. I got uncomfortable. And then i wasn't able to to deal with the with a lot of what was going on in the league richer because of of the scandals and so there was something happened very early in this project when i kind of just released that and it's like okay. Well let's just talk about this. The bible as literature. Yeah by literature. Meaning a human literary artistry with crafted to communicate a message. Then what happened. Was this thing. I was looking for this divinity. Just was there like by seeing how beautiful and innovative in deep and penetrating and profound and just constantly cohere it and like you just kind of like this is. There's something going on here tolley. It's consistently been my experience in other words if you take. If we stopped right now someone might walk away from our conversation for thinking that we're over correcting sure they were trying to highlight the humanity of the origins of the bible in history at the expense of. Yeah it's divine word and so my point is just to restore the balance so that through these human words we can encounter something. That's really there that is I don't know how to describe it. But it's like the more time i spend in these texts the more i have. I don't know what else to describe it except an encounter in encounter with a mind and heart in view of reality that spill so other to me. It's not what i would expect to hear about the world and about humans about myself and the way that this literature is organized. Communicates i just. I have a loss of words on a regular basis. When i'm reading and studying but it's it's an experience that i have through these texts and i can't systematize logically explain that to you. It's not an apologetic. That i can prove someone but i can say like these texts. Speak the word of god. And i think what i'm countering is. Just what jews and christians f- account for thousands of years these texts do something in a unique way that you don't get anywhere else and what i don't hear you saying is it. Does it in some like choose your own adventure way like in some language right In the that like disneyland speaks to people love it. it's just so magical magic no no i. Sometimes i don't love it because i'm so uncomfortable. With what what not rows but. Yeah and it's something akin to what isaiah or moses experienced when they encounter a true the truly other. guess what i was trying to say is It's not like modern arts in the sense of like you can just look at this like i see just someone splattered paint and then you could take it into just be like i'm been changed by. The another person can stand next to that person. Be like me to both of them. Being changed completely opposite ways. I understand the divinity of it is that there is an agenda an agency. Yeah in an agenda. Yeah moving you towards a very specific view of humanity totally and so we in restoring trying to restore this balance. We also want to create room for this category that superintending all of the people in historical events in unique moments in israelite history that resulted in the writing of these texts in their collection..
"thority" Discussed on This is Actually Happening
"Change that i embraced in terms of the port authority. It's so some people used to call it the u. n. People from all walks of life. And i enjoyed that so i embraced new york abrasive. Quarter thority to me. That's what the nation needs to be like. It was sort of a microcosm. The port authorities mission is to ride transportation for individuals throughout the region whether it was the world trade center that the port authority built court commerce between new york and new jersey. You had the major airports jfk. Newark ann liguori. You had the major tunnels between the and new jersey. You had the major bridges and they had a police force of sixteen hundred. I started in april of one thousand nine hundred ninety nine. I was only twenty eight and my job was to help get information out to the public on the status of our transportation facilities whether it was saved the blackout major. Snowstorms shootings service interruptions. Well the bridges were open or closed. What's the status of the airports are. They're going to be delays. It's sort of a hodgepodge of of issues at i oversaw but i had a top notch staff. We work so well together. Working at the port authority was the best job in my life. Every morning i get off at the fulton street subway. And then i would get. My vinci mocha. And then i would start onto the plaza of the world trade center. Even sometimes i would sit on the water fountain. just sit relax and stared. There were concerts on the plaza. What i liked about the world trade center is that it was like nothing else that was hustle and bustle. It was like a world intuit's own from my office on sixty eight floor view of the statue of liberty which was.
"thority" Discussed on Beauty Marketing Simplified podcast
"Less stress. Starting right now we will just dive into artistic so the first thing is this is everything that i preached because i love the the principles like i said before are permanent. They're not temporary tactics. They are all about relationship building. And i like to tell my students that there are three ways you can build your audience or get new clients and that is build buy or borrow so build is when you build it from scratch. This is when you're doing a lot of the things like putting yourself out on social media doing all of the things to do it on your own by is when you do it with advertising and then borrow is when you use other authorities that already have your perfect clients and you partner with them. So good is when you network with the locals and you get to know the dermatologist. The hairstylist those people that already have your dream clients that are spending money on beauty services and you create what is sometimes called an affiliate program or a way to partner with them. I call it an thority referral partnership and with this. Then you are able to leverage their trust that they have with their audience and again. It's your perfect clients. So you want to really be community minded and really have that idea of community dominance right and sure it is uncomfortable at first to build these relationships and put yourself out there and and partner and kind of like i said. Put yourself out there. There might be some rejection but you are going to have some short term sacrifices for the long term gain because when these other authorities start talking about you you become what's called on present so they start hearing about your business everywhere and so making these connections with the other authorities in your market in your area. It doesn't matter if you are in a big city like my business new york city or a small town in fact it probably even better in a small town like getting these connections with other authorities. And what i'll tell you now is after covert. I feel like this works even better because people are wanting to get back to relationships. They're wanting to get back to authentic connections and you can partner and say hey let's build each other's businesses together so that would be my first tip and it's kind of something you probably already know. Oh yeah i've heard of referral partners and you might even think you have a referral program and this is different than just asking your clients to talk about your business. This is working with other authorities that have again a large audience of your clients. And so you might have one or two people but having a full system that works for you is a completely different things. So that is my tip. And i'll turn it over to vicki. Hello so i stopped. It are used to do. And what i still do now. Actually is my own school. Method would be to find a solemn in my area. that's very successful. The has a lot of people that has a good Should and i would go into them. And i would say. Do you fancy holden a demonstration. Evening where i can show me tattooed on eyebrows. You can bring a bust to connect people always interested in seeing live demonstration and if they have the license that i would go into that pace and do it so you know it was really good because they would. We arbutus owner. Them may miss so you get all of those people. I will turn up and do a demonstration and show me working on a client out obviously worked on before and i would have made sure she was not enough but it was nice for people to see that the treatment was pain-free that could connect to year. Then i would do an offer. The only stood full of that night. And when i used to do that. I used to really book alot of clients in so i also used to thing where if i had somebody that i knew was willing to book i would tell them about my again Evening because i knew they would be the first one to raise their hand to one a book the appoint in the way the mind works is once one person books. Another one stop. it's something called mirror neurons so that would be the way that i would work so it would be really good for the solemn. You're approaching to create some buzz. It would be really good for you to create new clients. The salon would get commission. Obviously you would give this on the night so it was really good that way but then we were talking and we were saying but we can't din that in coefficient because you come lots of an in one room or maybe not in the near future. So then we decided how tapering old school to the future. The best thing to do now would still be to connect with a local ceylon or somebody. That has a big main list. Because that's what you really want. Someone already has learned people. They send emails out to them. And you want to do not get collaboration on facebook so you would still hold your demo evening but instead you would do a live broadcast you would create an event. You would get your modeling and you would have somebody to manage your phone. Could you could mitch any on facebook. You would get somebody that would monitor phone. You could talk through the whole procedure. People could rise in that questions could also alike. They could see you can and then you could still now that you've discount from people that book on the nine and you could also then offer the salom. You took the maintenance from a commission. And you base it nate During one life of an evening you will then appear to create lots of clients but also if you your life on your business page facebook business page you can then turn that life into a paid ad which said you consumed out everywhere. So do you know that you actually get six times more engagement.
"thority" Discussed on FAITH AS IT IS!
"Of the gospel of saint mark. Obviously there many places where jesus claimed lordship. You can go through them yourself. Let's now begin with the gospel of saint john but just before we start going through the worsest lettuce understand what the gospel of john is written form so the purpose of this gospel is only one that the readers may come to believe that jesus christ is lord and every single incident. Every single words By saying john in this manner that the might slowly by slowly. Come to believe that jesus christ is lot however you will see that. Every headache attacks the gospel of saint john more than he attacks. A knee the gospel. Why is this. Because as i've already mentioned in the beginning of this episode jesus did not affirm to god being one and being or one person. Jesus affirmed that god is one in being but more than one in person and headaches they often point out to the talking of lord jesus to mean that he is not got given see this through the versus but before we get into this we need to understand the janati so the trinity is god being one in being and three in-person guard the fido god the son and god the spirit and jesus affirmed to being the second person of the trinity and asked. The judge has always believed all three of them are onto logically equals. And what do i mean by onto logically will so my father and i aren't logical equals. My father is a man. I am a woman but both of us are human beings and therefore value is the same in the isos. However my father and i are not relational equals as. He's my father relational. He's more superior to me in the similar manner all persons of between the rhonda logically quiz guard. The fido if relational e superior than god the son about god the son and god. The spirit judge has not dogmatically doctrinal defined that relationship so ivan. Also not be commenting on that so throughout the gospel of john. Jesus continuously gauze upon this particular relationship. That god this the is greater than he is in other relational manno however he also claims that both of them out onto logically with and so is god the spirit also onto logically equal with both of them and the main reason why. Jesus always appeals to the authority of god defied though is because he's speaking to a jewish audience and he's trying to make one point clear that he is not preaching to them. Some fardon gordon. He is not linked them that the god of moses that they have always always been worshipping a false. God he is the saying. I am the god of moses the god of abraham isaac and jacob so we will see this act on being repeated throughout the gospel. Saint john that jesus see something. The fantasies get angry and they tried to storm him to death and jesus appeals to the up thority authority of god defied those to justify himself. And this is where the heretics will take these little voices out of context. Jesus is not claiming to be god. Jesus is claiming to be only man. I said and done. Let's get into the gospel of john and that way too many versus the gospel of saint john and regius claims lordship. But i obviously will be giving you only a few of them. Because of the sake of time so i was that i want to point out. Is john chapter. Four was a strength fight and twenty-six the woman said. I know that messiah is coming when he comes. He will explain everything to us then. Jesus declared i who speak to you. He so why is this important. Okay a little bit background. Jesus talking to the samaritan woman. Act the rail. Nobody takes can give respect to this. Imagine woman and jesus comforting fourteen hood and consoling for and in the end. She goes on to say. I know that the messiah is coming. And jesus safe. I am the messiah. So in order to understand. Jesus is claiming to be will have to go to the old testament one small so let us open isaiah chapter thirty fight and read one to six to see who this messiah is supposed to be. Jesus claiming the desert and parched land will be glad though builder ness will rejoice and blossom like the crocus it will burst into bloom. It will rejoice greatly and out for joy the glory of lebanon will be given to it this splendid of carmel and shatin they will see the glory of the lord the splendor of our god gender. The feeble hands steadied the niece. That give me those with fearful ads. Be strong do not feel. Your god will come. He will come with vengeance with divine retribution. He will come to save you. Then the isis the blind will be opened and the ears of the deaf unstopped so according to the prophecy of isaiah god himself is the messiah that was supposed to come to save. The people and here is being. I am that messiah. He's saying that he is the god who the jews have been waiting for oil this way. Let us now go to john. Chapter five android were seventeen. Jesus said to them. My father is always at work to this day. And i do. I'm working so what is happening you. So jesus has healed a man on the sabbath and the pharisees have accused him of breaking the sabbath. And they're asking him. How can you do this. And jesus justify themselves by saying my father's always working so i am also working. So what does jesus actually claiming over here is that you see the god of the old testament. Even though he has allotted a day for his people to take rest the lord is always working under sabbath he is given life maintaining life and taking life and ben necessarily he sustaining creation even on sabbath so the lord is the lord of the sabbath but he's exempt from the sabbath on here is jesus saying see. My father is working. I am also working. And the jews understands very clearly when he claims that goddesses fat dog. He's claiming that he is the son of god. he also has gone notice their reaction for this reason. The ju- stride all the harder to kill him for not only was he breaking the sabbath by tvos even calling god his own father and making him equal with god then that i was talking about the header thick taking words out of context. Jesus gave them the sun. So i tell you the food. The sun can do nothing by himself. He can do only what he sees his father doing on.
"thority" Discussed on Jocko Podcast
"And what did they send me to fit. Special forces group with languages egyptian arabic category four language. And i'm like really you want me to fail. Is that it But you know like anything else test scores. They mean something but they don't test they don't test your will to do your best right so i I ended up graduating with two plus two plus and and got language. Pay at seventy five dollars a month with who and And i was just you know. I called two plus two plus just being dangerous enough to You know use a foreign language. It's like it's like being a first level. Black belt martial arts right. You're just danger enough to get yourself hurt but it looks cool but nonetheless it is what it is. And i i Yeah i did that but does you. Absolutely no good in afghanistan with posh and urge. And you know todd in and so your news about pakistan you're coming up with a plan and and who's giving you direction at this point. What are you guys getting for a mission tasking or you getting clear directives or is it more. Go go start to put something together so to the credit of our seniors. Everything was moving so fast and everything was coming out of the pentagon and the national command thority so quickly so rapidly That you know we weren't getting anything right and so Basically we had two teams and then a command and control element That had to be led by lieutenant colonel and that came directly from the secretary of defense. So my so. It's not even the standard way that we would deploy into theater of operations. She got two teams with a battalion. Commander in a very small staff. That were see touring now. Third battalion had the north second battalion had the South and i battalion. Had you know the The caboodle by grammarian And so when we got there it was like all right. You got the south. You gotta go link up with armored cars. You got these teams one's gonna come from the south one's gonna come from the northern figure it out so did and i was happy to figure it out because it was good. How'd you get in so we went. m h one Excuse me m. c. one thirties To jacobo bad pakistan and this this is really. It's really funny. Because we were told. Okay you're gonna get there and you're gonna go find the special ops airforce unit and they're the ones that are gonna fly you in to taryn cope afghanistan where you'll link up with a group of afghans and then they'll take you to harvard karzai so that so that was the plan that was the point. That was the point. Where did i find the air force guys in the missile. Because i looked all around jacobo bed right and my boss is like i go sir. Let's go to the mess hall. And so they were they were in the missile and so You know they bring you up in my pavos or something yes. Yeah that's exactly at fifty threes. We went right in. We took fire going in One of them was hit. They still brought us in. We did a what. I like to call a controlled crash landing. I mean it was hard landing. We all fell all over the place inside the damn thing. We jump out the one advantage we had was nice night vision goggles. We didn't know where they were or who they were. But i had worked on. I had worked on one pashtoon sentence. Please take us to hamid karzai. I worked on that over and over and over again and we land. We hit the ground dust. Everywhere takes a few minutes for the dust to settle. We get into a v formation and the plan that we had was ago. Colonel fox go sir. We'll move forward. Once we see them will set insecurity. I'll walk forward with my rehearse sentence and you know we'll go from there. You guys point your weapons. I'm not gonna point my weapon. Adam but i'm going to have an at the ready just in case i need it and i can see them. They're all all these ads about ten afghans. They're they're all pointing their weapons at at me. And i'm walking up and i look at them and i got these. Ak47's right in my face. And all i could come up with was armored cars. That's the only thing i could say. That lower her sentence gone gone and they gave me the. You know good good to go and you know. I called up the guys we came up. They put us in trucks and twenty minutes later. We were meeting hamid karzai mud hut. And then we started doing mud hut diplomacy. So what's mud hut. Diplomacy look like it. Looks like a bunch of afghans sitting on the ground with us in front of a map and We're telling them you know what we're seeing From our aircraft and the sky and Other bad guys are the good guys and then we're coming up with intermediate places on the ground to go to in our first convoy that we did. this was a disaster. Little did we know that that They would all huddle around karzai's vehicle because they didn't want anything to happen to them and we had karzai in the wrong spot so we had motorcycles and toyota corollas and pickup trucks. We lost complete control of this convoy. And then we stopped to pray right in the middle of asian right. Is this a really safe place to stop and pray. But that didn't matter it's time to pray we're gonna pray so he did that so what we did. Was we figured out on the next one that we would put our guys up front for security and we put karzai back there and nobody would pass karzai's vehicle so we maintain control now. If you turn around looked at that gaggle back there lacks mad. max. yeah really. That's a great way to To explain it and But it worked and so that's what we did And as we move forward we got more and more village elders and tribal elders into the meetings and then of course you know people were talking about security concern. You know what if someone comes in and just opens up sprays. The place and i said well. It's it's chance we have to take. I mean it's just part of the part of the part of the operational environment. Yeah you can't mitigate all risk you can't your best but there's gonna be some risks that you're going to have to take to achieve your mission and they weren't in the mood for us to disarm them. They weren't in the mood for us to search him. They weren't in the mood for any of that right. We had to prove ourselves to them and then they had to get comfortable with us and we just had to trust you know karzai Trust me the cia guys that were there with karzai. Were just as nervous as we were just as concerned as we were because the last thing we wanted was because karzai to to to get hurt. Because he's on the phone with All the news outlets right in the middle of briefing. We'd get a call. Hey you know You know Whatever his name is. Dan rather or whomever wanna talk to him right and so he would take an interview right there. And then you had the mon- committee That was meeting to figure out. You know the government. And who's going to be the interim prime minister and of course karzai's at top of the list. They wanna talk to him so in the middle of that day call up and they wanna talk to him about stuff and you know he just and just sit there and listen to it. He was really good. He was really good in those days. He did a really really good job And i had a lot of hope right But yeah things get politicized and things happen and you know the longer things. Go on He he just he just you know i really thought he did a great job Particularly the beginning there and you know the way he managed risk and the way he made decisions and the way he handled and the respect that he got He was right guy at the time right. And and so It was it was just a very very interesting to see that. And of course. In subsequent deployments i had a personal relationship with karzai so i could leverage that pretty easily as a result the very first rotation to explain something that had looked like in kabul had gone wrong but there was a lot of things in between where it happened and what was being told in what was being put out by the taliban that weren't true and i was able to get communications to him to be able to say That's not the way it went down sir. Please please understand that. My heart's in the right place in and he would now now. Speaking of things going wrong Weren't you involved in a In a fratricide incident were bomb was dropped on your on your location Brief us on that one. Yeah i i blame myself. That what a day So we were at Shall wolcott twenty kilometers north of candle heart which was our our operational objective. We had to take candar from talbot..
"thority" Discussed on UnF*ck Your Brain to Create Feminist Confidence
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"thority" Discussed on The Authority Project
"You need to work out the price. I the price comes first and then what you deliver comes next. What most people do is. They will cobbled together a shopping list of things that they want to give to the customer in my environment. It's websites that people wanna do. A website and website design a mocked in email marketing. Now right in. Maybe they'll send a proposal and they'll think how much can i get away with charging this how much right and they kind of they'll try and figure it out and maybe if you're a personal trainees say i'll do a an hour a week with them and i'll do a couple of loom videos or right on our show them some diet plan and they write the shopping list. I and the question they then ask is. How much do i feel. I can get away with charging and what we do. Is we flip that and we say how much do you wanna make per. Customer gonna make twenty five k per customer that fantastic. Now tell me what you gonna give me for twenty five grand. What right out what. You're going to give a twenty five grand and that subtle shift in during the list first and then the price to the small to web doing it which is doing the price first and then the list completely changes your perspective over what your going to give because your just writing out everything you think would be included in saudi twenty five k. price. You're not trying to guests the other way around you putting in there anything all right. That seems pretty reasonable. For the amount of money that i'm asking and that is basically my there's been a ton of stuff that comes afterwards. Here how do you continue to justify that. And you talked earlier about it. And stuff. Like ceos collateral ceos pages content being interviewed yet will thirty pieces. Th the fall as that. We have our audience. Which is do you have a defined niche. If you've got a defined niche you can set your prices. High general businesses attract general pay specialist businesses attract specialist. Pay if you flip what you do and you say we only work with coffee. Importers who have at least two office locations. It actually doesn't matter whether you do websites personal training youtube videos. It doesn't matter if you've got the defined audience to start with that's one way of increasing your price. The second way as mentioned is amount which is setting the right price. April thority is then what if you put out into the marketplace. The proves you are who you say you are. You don't even have to. How customer yet. Boler content videos podcasts interviews books. Ceos pages brochures out school like printed media brochures and stuff and then finally assets an assets foods a little bit into like sales collateral as well as sales pages web pages webinars. But also if you ha- if you're a business and you have three or four products even if you're a service business even if you're an account but you have three or four products.
"thority" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson
"Was a different era though. Right data me like people in thinking about it because i was just less dangerous to think about picking somebody up and drive last dangerous. Okay because no fear of being been knocked ahead net or people fearful of you. Noggin emina now. No problem because today we would be like you said. It's agar checking was a standard form of transportation. Walk out on the road. The busier the road. The better the shot out picked up a couple but i might run back and i showed him that i had a gun. I said look i'm armed. Never entered your mind as you can ride in the back of the truck not the way. A lot of people hitchhike into a lotta. Yeah that's what i'm saying was just more of a standard way of getting around. I wanna get right here. Go thirty miles up this way. Get out to stick your out. They pull over where you're headed. You tell them that's okay. You know where. Where are you from over little town. Dixie lot quit doing that because the last couple. When i said i'm armed. They took running. So but i thought well wh- i wasn't trying to scary. I was just saying. I'll give ride as you fit into. The rare category of the hitzacker was afraid of us. Doing something them before they ever got into the goff. They you know. And i was like do you need a ride. And he and he and he started to get out said what i said. I'm armed and dangerous. And he's gone. That ended the when. I said i'm armed. He took off. So i thought well maybe he had mischief man or it just scared. Us interesting is so. When i go to the last couple of times i've been to lobby area so the gas station. My when you're in monrovia the capital. You'll have like a normal looking gas. The you get out in about the filling station the gas station that we the glue convenience store. There's a little lean to and there's three or four guys africans out there in the in set up on a table are jars with gas in it. There's about six or eight. Like court says jars with petroleum and so people are in there but everybody rises little like motor-scooters you know like dominican or nicaragua and then they stack on their four deep and what they do so. It's just constant hitchhiking. So i'll see them they stop. Somebody gets the hand. The drivers a little something. I found it as about the equivalent of a dime our money because he's got to buy gas for his motor motorbike and then they get on there and then they stopped at the next one third. It's on the fourth now. This is bill for one. We got four africans rodman here and then he's driving. You see them go. Then he's you see him for the they're paying him and then he goes back but let's that thing will pull up. They'll just porn up in their whatever he's gonna pay for this real expensive basically. He's got a taxi service. Go what it is but it's everybody because everybody else is on foot. We come riding americans. You know we're in a car with air conditioning. They're looking at us drive on their lael. Who is this person. We start going out to places where they never even seen a white person before and they start pointing at me and these kids come over and start. They'll rub my arm. They've never seen what non black flesh and they're just they're amazed they're like what's wrong is four cores that i was down there. There's a whether they probably shouldn't be rub it. I'll meet you know my arms that but it's kind of a weird feeling to be in a place like that but it makes me appreciate what we have here for sure but their whole system is built on it which is kind of a sad thing but also good. So we're in romans. Seven is where we're gonna get to today and it's kinda we about roman six. The idea was talking about how this idea about your either. It's one or the other. You're either committed to senate death or you're committed to grayson's spirit. You know the lie that comes out of the two. There's me busy posted. There's no one in the other. You're either this or you're that and he used the word being enslaved. That doesn't opening line is is a is a weird one. Do you not know brothers from speaking to man who know the law. Check this out. Here's a statement that the law has a thority over my in only as long as he li-lives right. I mean it's kind of like say The rest of your life without jesus without grace. You're going to be under our code. That's going to be with you until the day you die right. I mean but it the way it's put you know it's only it's only. He then has authority over romantic. Only as long as leaves your well. That'd be when you can take that a lot of different ways. One is a practical since. You're only have to obey laws as long as you're alive to obey laws when die it has no more hold of you. Even physical death of his point he said for example which is a. It's just a strange illustration. It is in the middle of this. He says for example by lol so under the torah. I guess a married. This is jewish marital law. Just don't get confused with a married. Woman is bound to her husband as long as he has a lab but if her husband dies she is released from the law marriage. That's not much wiggle room on ways to divorce your wife. That's for sure. But also i mean it's a law that we've.
"thority" Discussed on Video Marketing Value Podcast
"So here's a video with all the caveats about even though this is really popular. Here's why it's hard to install our. Here's what might be good purchase. Right and that's going to be very niche but if you do your research and you see that's the trend and you see that more than fifty percent of the Household bathroom items. Are that particular brand model excetera. Then that would make sense. That again would drive. More people to your channel it would establish lewis on the thority and it gives you a chance to show your expertise. Let's talk a little bit about cadence. On how often Do you recommend publishing the number. One thing i recommend with publishing is when you decide your schedule you stay consistent and and this is very important when you decide your schedule you account for scaling it up because everybody who has all the time in the world is going to jump into youtube decide that they're passionate about a topic and drop three to five videos a week and at some point gain a little bit attraction they get a following and maybe get some sponsorship and then at some point for some creators. What happens is your business starts to to really generate income or you your business really starts generating views and you gain some model of success and you're no longer able to keep the pace of content that you have set for yourself because you did not account for scaling it up did not account for. Hey can i hire. Some editors can somebody else be shooting at. How can i make sure that this is going to be consistent. So i would say you know how many times you know. How often do you publish. You're doing your research. And i think it's perfectly okay to be someone who's making one video a month if video has value to your audience and your marketing at a certain type of way and your focus right for youtube isn't necessarily your your primary revenue generator or your primary marketing thing right and i think that when you look at people who say five years a week if you have all the time in the world that might be sustainable but can you sustain that after two years of business and now you're bringing an income and all those things right and that is a as you know as an old photoshop guy. How important is audio. I mean photoshop. You know there's no audio in photoshop to town. Far as i know but how important is the audio of a youtube video good audio trump's bad video every single time your video can be grainy crackly scratchy blurry the wrong resolution And people will put up with it but if you have audio they'll be draw. So i know this not only from my own experience my channel but i know from the analytics i know from the comments. I know from what i do now with the nobie Audio is important. So good mikes good quality editing audio yeah you want to have the best audio you can possibly get. That makes sense all right. Let's talk about something else. That is often. I find for creators. No we do most of our work typically on decent size screens like for good reason. We wanna see what we're doing and make sure it looks great but you know. How important is it to consider the smaller screens like mobile. When we're doing this today. It's mobile first. So if you are a if you're creating how to videos you have to assume they'll be viewed on mobile i even if it's photoshop..
"thority" Discussed on The Bible Says What!?
"I'm sure you don't follow this. Obviously you've got your podcast and whatnot. I the two were tells women to be quiet and the church. These these are also things that are in there. Like you wanna talk about. I do this conspiracy to twelve. If you're if you're going to like oh man not sitting right here anyway. Right to spots i timothy two eleven And then there's another one which i can't remember at this point in time. Yeah so so that's talking about specifically biblical womanhood and manhood and we can talk about that and the different things. Of course. i'm going to be honest and say that sometimes as a woman. I do struggle with that but when it says women are to be quiet in the church setting it's talking about having this specific thority. It does not necessarily mean that they are not able to speak not able to teach not able to do something. It's a matter of an authoritative position rather than having it be. You might not speak. you must be silent. You must do this in this. It has everything to do with it. And here's a reason. Why historically that. This was written in this way that this is my you know. Historical view and belief in this was that in bible times in the times this was written women were not educated. They were not allowed to be educated. They were not allowed to soak men when especially jewish men who went off to synagogues and they learned the first five books of the bible. They were able to teach it. They were able to speak in areas. They were fully educated in the way of the law and of the world and women were only secondary educated By their husbands or other people like that so when they were told to be quiet in church is because simply they didn't have a position of authority because they didn't have the education to them that may men would have in that situation. That is that even..
"thority" Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show
"I think that you know there's more transportation so you weren't as limited as it used to be in the number of times you could go or how you could visit but the truth is bet you know somebody buried in heart. Ireland is not the same as being able to go to a cemetery in your community That you can basically go to anytime. So staten island has an unique credit in that. This is a program that has existed for thirty years. I wish that we could You know sort of helped with the burial of off indigent people but we can't. We can barely afford to do the ones that are under our thority but we can at least ensure that they burried dignity in a cemetery by cemetery professionals on staten island and that has been a really incredible and part of my job. Believe it or not. it's what i was. The most concerned about Was what i worried about the most sort of the emotional toll but in many ways it's been very limiting to be a part of that process in committed cry been people perhaps been abandoned. And you know. It's not just indigent person whose estates them. We might have the authority over. There are a number of people in nursing homes and we all now that there were a lot of issues with deaths in nursing homes from cova And they aren't necessarily indigent yet. They have money on what they don't have however is family. You know a lot of times. It's who outlived everyone. And they're alone I had Nursing home staffs of come to burials because though they became the family Know sort of these people. I and oftentimes. They didn't have any brio planet face on sometimes they did These pre paid plans have become more popular now but we still get a number of states. where there is no creep rate plan. There might be an elderly cousin or something but not someone who can really handle it and there's enough money in.
"thority" Discussed on Life Together
"The lord and i want you to place that name on the table and i can only imagine that the weight of that name would instantly break the table to the ground and unless you're someone who lives on if you don't have a basement or live on a second story apartment i would imagine for either one of those that would also didn't break through down to the ground level of the weight and the power of majesty of the name of god that name within expand out and move out that it would be worthy of the size of the concept that it is trying to express and it would grow and it would grow and grow until at some point. It became very clear that the earth was not holding it up but that the name of god was holding up the earth. You can open your eyes again here. I do not share that image. To make your stresses insignificant but actually the opposite because that god the god who packed himself down into a name is the same god who packed himself down into a baby boy who allowed his son to suffer and die and to stand in our place and bring us freedom that through. Jesus christ every one of us be children of who he is and in his majesty we do not become less significant we become more significant y because our identity is leaned up against him. You have worth not because you are worthy. You have worth because he is worthy because he is great. And when i set my table with a things in my life that bring me stress or strain or worry. They becomes significant. Not because i'm significant. But because he is significant and because he loves me he cares about the things that are on my table tonight because he loves me. I can show up with confidence. Because i belong to him. My existence is dependent on him and he is he is he is above and higher and greater and there is no word to finish the sentence that he is and i can find trust and i can lean on him because sometimes when god calls us. He just wants to tell us his name. Let's pray tonight father. We stand under your name tonight to lean against your greatness that we would find ourselves it is not who we are what we do is who you are and what you do and i pray god that your presence and your thority would be in this room. I pray that your presence and your authority would be in our lives that we would know you and we would praise you and holiday louis. You would be praised here. I pray lord that this truth would sit in us tonight. I pray that this truth would be a realignment in the.
"thority" Discussed on Scene N Nerd
"Ryan is against the crows it makes that very clear and And and i like that fact that she's the only one who i can't wait. Wait for her to say you know yet. Cates missing guys but we still have an entire city to protect. So what are we really doing here. What's really are mission. Because i didn't just sign up to fill in and by filling in it means we have to chase down. All of these leads to find kate. Like i'm here to protect the streets so i i wonder if they're gonna go there eventually. Hopefully they do But more so than last season the animosity. I think is more honest. Bat woman and crows definitely definitely alk and I think and again you know a a thick you. Obviously they're not. They're obvious you know. References to real world with Black lives matter and general police misconduct and it was some clerk in an episode. We we saw many examples of the crows Abusing their thority. Jacob torturing the guy who that woman at captured and of course When they when they run down We'll spider evan. And and and to your point as far as how they really are set up and hope they do continue this week we got some early indications of it in first few episodes we had the flashback with ryan sophie And and it actually even current interaction with them whenever she was being questioned About you know that that deep the hatred they were so into the seeds up there showing that that was there and and and now given that ryan is about woman and having to work with the crows At the conflict of that you know that again. You couldn't really have that with kate. I mean you had it for different reasons. But now it's like you know. Obviously they will now the the the animosities because of the that corruption and and ryan wanted to basically take take take the crows down and so And and really you know really stuck out with with me. Was you know whenever sophie toffs. The two badges of the individuals who ran down will spider. That's not enough. I mean that's okay. Fine but what are what are you willing to serve. What are you willing to do. Have someone on the inside who sees as corruption every single day. Who you know within an hour ryan knows that and it also like thinking about luke as well. I mean the crows are responding to frame it. Innocent man for for killing liu lucy's murder so what are you people doing wire. Y'all so bent on upholding assistant so corrupt so.
"thority" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille
"Welcome to rebecca's downs reveille. I am absolutely excited to share today with you as someone who is the director of trading and trading education and research for work age and the host of missions market minute. So this is exciting. Because she's the author of plant your money tree a guide to growing your wealth and she's also the mark 'em author of market market-based bootcamp. How does swings. Uh oh gosh love this. How to swing trade for profit and co author of mortgages complete swing trading system. We're gonna wanna know all this even though today we're going to talk mostly about what we've got going on in here and you're going to want to know what i've discovered because this is something that's going to be very easily digestible to you. She's also the contributor to numerous publications and was voted one of the top fifty people to follow on twitter by dow jones. This is really significant. And she was Also she won the real vision award for the best top best stock pig of twenty eighteen and serves as founder and partner of wizard. Ip and it's a software development company. She also won the look at thority dot com award for writing one of the wealth books of all time. I'm very delighted to know her. Because everything that she has put in here has made a significant difference. In the way. I think about how money is and how you can plant your own wealth here. She's a former member trader of comedy sugar and cocoa as well as more in this market analyst end Oh gosh there's just warter cher all of the things that she has She was just one of the first floor analyst for oh conti commodities. She was a floor broker and then became an independent trader Exclusively for her own account. But there's even more to this and she's gonna even share stuff that i haven't even brought to the table at this point but i wanna bring her to the shown now with us is michelle schneider. Welcome rebecca what an introduction. Actually blushing little bit. I gotta tell you. I'm so excited..
"thority" Discussed on podcast – Lawyers, Guns & Money
"So but the real breakthrough and not confirmed the. The military records confirmed that the union army and soldiers had a very difficult and unexpected encounter with confederate women in the border states in every state that they move through the shock of this kind of secessionist rapid succession of these women who they expected to be. Sort of passive You know mothers really and excellent all these field orders going out about how to deal with them. They're disloyal but we can't do anything to them. They're having a military impact on us but we can't oldham. The prisons are filling up with them. And how long is is issuing their position field orders allowing his men to hold them. But there's no sort thority for this. The really worried about the legal consequences of this. So when lieber the real kicker the thing that was so amazing about this was when i went to the huntington library to read the labor papers. There was a draft the code in his papers. With how like edits on it and the structure of the code is completely different in the first draft and it's halaicu says to him. What the hell are you talking about. This draft doesn't say anything about civil war because labor was a law professor. He wanted to be part of the elite school of international legal history law people codes which really only dealt with conflict between sovereign states and the. Us had never acknowledged the confederacy as a legitimate sovereign state. So he didn't wanna dirty his hands with this be asked about civil more so and how like explodes. He says what are you talking about. We're in a civil war. You need something you need. You need to hold. You need to explain how we can hold accountable. Disloyal civilians who are not in uniform taking a toll on our troops and he said and you know look at my orders of march eighteen sixty three. And you'll see what i'm talking about. And so lieber reads those orders which are basically allowing soldiers to imprison hold and try and confederate women confederate sympathizing women so lieber incorporates them at that point creates a separate section of the code on civil war so the whole structure of the code. And where the where the damage to noncombatant. Immunity comes from our civilian. Immunity comes from is in the last part and undermining the assumption of gender. The innocence of women is crucial. It's the key element of the weakening. Some people say the evisceration of civilian immunity in labour's code. And i mean that is not a minor point above the code so both the military context it comes out of is directly about women enemies and women which is what the doctors call and the and the way the code is written even the structure of the code in part has been in significant. Part has to do with this challenge. That people's war brings. And as i say in the chapter. It's not just people who in the united states this is. this is being obvious since the napoleonic war in the spot on the fringe invasion of spain would drew images of wicked men and cannon stopping soldiers in the street. So how can it. We have got to this point of writing about people's war without properly understanding that women are part of the people who rise in insurrection against occupation. So that's where i was coming from there. It's it was. It was like belfast. You inveigh you viscera the political right. I mean it's not a noble cause. Obviously these confederate women are pro slavery which is tricky but the fact remains. You know i. I wanna talk about the other two chapters but i think is a good place to to some forward a little bit and discuss the way that the un is conceptualizing women in war and some of the problems is still not seeing it and really feels like strong connections between kind of almost idealized a sense of of of almost a noble innocent woman in eighteen sixty two as there is in two thousand twenty one and you know i was wondering if you you have to go back to kind of the meta here You know what is it from talking about leaders code and in the process of this that people who are thinking about war and you know combat combat states today. What are they need to take away in order to more appropriately frame and discuss the position of women in in these wars in any science. I think the first thing is to is in all fairness to recognize why we keep why international organizations keep reconstructing these protection. And you know. Whenever i gave would give a talk on this the first question i will get would always be from feminist scholar as asking. Well you know. The protection of women at is one of is generally. The feminist protection of women in war and from war is generally one of these feminists asks so to speak of international organization or or vis-a-vis international organization. So i think the first thing to say is to recognize that these this. I think when i tried to. Why is this assumption. Reproduced even from pre pre christ to the present in various different kinds of ways across very different societies. And the only. Think the things that i can think of our one to insist on the innocence of women. War is to put some limit on the destructiveness. And that's crucial. It's like you if you don't recognize that some people are outside this conflict personal boundaries of the conflict and no limit to what you can do and to who you could do it took so i think there's a very deep human investment in limiting the destructiveness of war and one learned way to do. It is to say that these women and children are not our enemy at so. That's the first thing i think is always about limiting the so wherever there's protections are noncombatant protections women are the quintessential non-combat minsiter thing which is more dangerous. Or i think less honorable is that it has to do with protecting the gender order so it's undermined and war. It has to be reconstructed in the postwar period and by the gender order on the ace symmetry and powered between men and women that we seem unable to organize our society out not just ours but every other book.
Saved from Gods Wrath
"God's anger doesn't occur nearly as often as readers of the moment. Might, think it occurs less often in the Bible and when it does occur, it's surprising. So God's anger appears first in the Bible with Moses in a conversation that he's having about how he wants Moses Represent Him and Moses refuses five times over. That's the first time goes angry. So that, itself is beginning a pattern that God's anger in the Old Testament is most consistently expressed towards the people that he's calling to represent him and the famous stories like the flood or Sodom and Gomorrah. They are acts of God's Justice Against Evil in neither, one of those stories has got angry in the flood God is overcome with grief and sorrow. So as the story line of the Bible Develops God invest in one particular group of people to be his representatives to the world, and they are the ones with whom God gets most angry most often in the story line of the Bible just like how we tend to get the most angry and frustrated with the people that we are most invested in relational. If you search a concordance new search out all the time God gets angry at Israel. You'll find a few dozen stories and you'll find a pretty consistent response. How does God expresses anger and its most consistently demonstrated with the phrase and God handed them over who gave them over into the hands of their enemies. So God hands Israel over to the consequences that are destructive and ruinous, but it's the choices that they made that got them. There Motza, says it's got hiding his face. And the Prophets as they Jeremiah Zeki Oil, they developed the big way and the bad guys that Israel's handed over to because of their faithlessness to the Covenant is a Syria and Babylon. Syria we didn't talk about this Isaiah calls a Syria the the Rod of God's anger. Does if Syria is the instrument of God's anchor, which is to hand Israel over to their bad decisions. So when Jesus enters the scene, he sees himself in the role of another one of these profits but also as the Covenant, God, of Israel, himself pursuing his people again. Warning them that if they don't accept his way of being Israel among the nations that they are going to yet again, be subject to God's anger, which will be to be handed over to the power of from. Jesus warned that this would happen and when he wrote in to Jerusalem for Passover, he intentionally provoked the rulers of Jerusalem challenging their authority claiming that he was Israel's trump thority and when he began to talk about what he thought was going to happen it becomes clear that he knew that he was going to die. In fact, he went to Jerusalem specifically to poke the bear. To provoke the leaders to a showdown knowing that they would kill him but it's not a tragedy. Jesus is in Jesus, is he is and uses this phrase multiple times in that. Passover week that he's going to drink the Cup of God's anger, which is a key prophetic prophetic image for being Israel being handed over to pagan oppressors to foreign foreign armies say that against him he's going to drink. The. Cup of God's anger. Yes. Which is a very particular testament metaphor for Israel being overwhelmed and conquered by foreign armies and pegeen oppressors. So the put a fine point on it when Jesus uses that phrase you think he specifically thinking about the fact that he's going to be killed by Roman oppressors. Yeah and the and the corrupt leaders of Israel that are in league with them Yes I think that if you just study the scriptural hyperlink, the Jesus making their I, think it's but unavoidably to the conclusion, and that's precisely what he goes to Jerusalem to do, and that's why he stages his protest in the temple courts in full view of the leaders of the temple. But also in view of the Roman governor because the Roman governor had vested interest in keeping the peace in the temple courts. So Jesus is trial the moment of these two Jesus standing on trial an innocent. Jesus son of God and then guilty. Jesus boss, who's The a rebel against Rome and the innocent Jesus who was trying to tell Israel to love their Roman enemies, and then the guilty Jesus who tried to kill the Roman enemies go free and Jesus intentionally goes to his death on behalf of his guilty people and this is what he meant by drinking the Cup of God's anger the anger there is simultaneously the the wrath of Rome and the the wrath of Israel's leaders. Another important strand in here is Jesus as understanding of his death and confrontation as being a cosmic confrontation with. Demonic spiritual powers that have hijacked the kingdoms of this world to be instruments of injustice as opposed to justice, and he believes that he's confronting the powers of
Amy Coney Barrett's alarming non-answers
"Ab Coney Barrett is still undergoing her Senate confirmation and she refuses to answer any questions which is definitely problematic when she gets asked questions that should be considered lay ups for instance, when it comes to electoral issues or the possibility of Donald Trump. You know really flexing his muscle and attempting to turn this country into full a full-blown dictatorship she seems to be open to some of the maneuvers that he has floated. So for instance, when it comes to the possibility of Donald trump delaying an election, something that trump again has considered in the past coney gave a concerning answer. President trump made claims of voter fraud and suggested he wanted to delay the upcoming election does the constitution gives the president of the United States cs thority to unilaterally delay general election under any circumstances does federal law Well senator if that question ever came before me, I would need to hear arguments from the litigants and read briefs and consult with my law clerks and talk to my colleagues and go through the opinion writing process. So you know if if I give off the cuff answers than I would be basically illegal pundit. And I don't think we went judges to be legal pundits I. Think we went judges to approach cases thoughtfully and with an open mind. Yeah except I mean people like Amy Coney Barrett consider themselves constitutionalists who take the constitution and interpreted verbatim literally So let's take a look at what article two section one of the United States constitution says about the possibility of delaying a presidential election. The Congress the Congress not the executive branch the Congress may determine the time of. Choosing, the electors and the day on which they shall give their votes, which day shall be the same throughout the United States. So long story, Short Congress gets to make that decision not the incumbent president. John. It's clear and the only thing clearer than that is that she will answer questions very forthrightly and very quickly and perfectly happily about things that don't reveal that she is nothing but a right wing ideologue because being put into the Supreme Court to take away your healthcare and take away your right to practice reproductive freedoms and if necessary give the election of Donald trump that's. That's they're for. Those are the things that she sort of cloak and there's a side of not accepting the science on climate change of course as well. But mostly, it's that she doesn't want to reveal that all the things that the left and even the center fear she'll do on the Supreme Court. She totally being chosen for that. The right doesn't need to ask detailed questions because they already know that that's why she was chosen on the election related stuff trump wouldn't have. Nominated her if he asked her, hey, if I bring a case to you asking you to shut down the mail in ballots you. GonNa. Are you GonNa do that and she'd say we'll know that would be unethical. I'm certainly not GonNa shut that down. Yeah. He's still would've nominated her totally he has no interest of his own heart. All of that is is so clear I don't know maybe that's why in your intro you said this is so boring but yeah, kind of because. She is it's the same it's the same you know. Situation with Supreme Court nominee evading the questions you know answering. Specific questions regarding constitutionality by just discussing what she would do procedurally. Yeah. Yeah. We know we know how the Supreme Court Works, okay we're asking you for you to weigh in on what the constitution says about the president unilaterally delaying the election. This is not difficult but of course, going to the question as she does in the next video, we show you when it comes to Donald Trump and his. The possibility of refusing a peaceful transition of power. Should a president commit themselves? Like our founding fathers I think had a clear intention. Like the grace of George Washington showed. To the peaceful transfer of power, is that something that president should be able to do? One of the beauties of America from the beginning of the Republicans that we have had peaceful transfers of power and that disappointed voters have accepted the new leaders that come into office. And that's not true in every country and I think it is part of the genius of our Constitution and the good faith and goodwill of the American people that we haven't had the situations that have arisen in. So many other countries where there have been those issues have the president. Oh good. Congratulations. President Hinting that he will not have a peaceful transition of power is unprecedented congratulations. You realise that now, why don't you answer the question? What was that? Like. I don't need a history lesson I don't need a comparative analysis between the United States and some other country I need to know what your thoughts are on an incumbent president losing the general election and refusing a peaceful transition of power. What are your thoughts on that? I can get I mean the whole thing it just feels so pointless at this point apparently, it can't be stopped. We knew we knew before the first hearing why she'd been chosen and more importantly we knew everything we need to know about ethics the fact that she was willing to be a party to this process three and a half weeks before the election after so many people have already voted the. Fact that she was willing to stand for a spot on the Scotus under that told us what we need to know about our ethics. She will do whatever she needs to do to get that position. She's obviously made promises and she's ready to make good on them and you know just going back to the constitution which she claims to value What does the constitution say about the transition of power? Well? The terms of the president and the Vice President shall end at noon on the twentieth day of January and the terms of their successors shall then begin. That is what the US. Constitution says the Twentieth Amendment when it comes to title three section one chapter one of the US code here's what it says about a peaceful transition of power the electors of president and vice president shelby appointed in each state on the Tuesday next after the first Monday in November in every fourth year succeeding. Every election of a president and vice president. So it's a very wordy way of saying, Hey, Joe the person who loses needs to do this, and the person who wins needs to do that and Let's go ahead and follow through on what our so-called democracy Requires us to do when someone lose those loses an election, but she evades that question and she evades it by either talking about procedural things. She did in the previous video, we showed you or giving us a history lesson. Mentioning, unprecedented. This is in her own cute little way. It's just it's pathetic. One more video for you. This was the exchange that she had with Amy Klobuchar on. Voter intimidation. Judge Baron under federal law, is that illegal to intimidate voters at the polls? Senator Klobuchar I can't characterize the Fox in a hypothetical situation. I can't apply the law to a hypothetical set of facts. A can only decide cases as they come to me litigated by parties on a full record after fully engaging precedent talking to colleagues writing an opinion. And so I can't answer questions like. I'll make it easier eighteen USC, five, nine, four outlaws, anyone who intimidates threatens courses or attempts to intimidate threaten our curse. Any other person for the purpose of interfering with the right of such other person to vote. This is a law that has been on the books for decades. Following that Senator Club Hr's threw a stapler. I'm just kidding. No. But. She did a great job with that line of questioning she provided evidence for why it's considered illegal and all conybeare it had to do. There was say voter intimidation at the polls is. That's it. That's it. That's all she had to say but she wouldn't say
Hedy, Producer And Lancaster discussed on Donna and Steve
"And just weeks after saying goodbye to game of thrones and her character sir she lancaster lean a he has been cast in a drama de pilot called rita lena hiti says she's wanted a better death for sir see and hope she'll find it in this show according to showtime hiti will star as the title character a headstrong unconventional teacher and single mother who takes on every kind of thority as well as her family in a messy and unfiltered way looks like hedy will also serve as active producer on the show on the show time show at an
White Sox plan to extend netting at Guaranteed Rate Field
"The Chicago White Sox plan to extend the protective netting all the way to the foul. Poles had guaranteed rate field becoming the first major league team to take such a step in the wake of a couple of high profile fan injuries. Each of the incidents occurred in the stands beyond the dugout on the third base side. They white socks on Illinois sports facilities thority, which owns the park are hoping to complete that project this summer. What about the Mariners? They issued this statement saying fan safety as a paramount concern prior to the two thousand eighteen season. The extent of protective netting to the ends of both dugouts, which exceeds major league baseball minimum. Recommendations MLB and the Mariners continue to work on ways to improve fan safety, including potential modifications to that
Ex-manager for comic book legend Stan Lee pleads not guilty to elder abuse
"And a former business manager to STAN Lee's, pleaded not guilty to charges accusing him of abusing the marvel comics legend the plea from Kia Morgan came yesterday in Los Angeles after thirties, transported him from Arizona. That's where he was arrested last month. He's forty three's charged with five counts of elder abuse prosecutors say sought to capitalize on the marvel comic masterminds, wealth, and exert influence over Stanley, even though you had no thority to do. So of course Stanley passed away in November at the age of
Saint Cecilia Catholic Church, Dallas Police Department And Dallas discussed on Glenn Beck
"Police have raided several buildings of the Dallas Catholic diocese as part of their investigation into allegations of sex abuse by members of the clergy. Clayton Neville, been following the stories into yesterday now joining us live with latest morning Clayton game. Good morning. You're right. Three locations across Dallas where thority were rating yesterday getting relevant documents to their investigation into what we're hearing is at least five priests accused of sexual abusing a child. These are allegations that came in to the Dallas police department, four of them have come in since the news of father, Ed Moondog parade, as the former pastor at Saint Cecilia Catholic church in oak. Cliff allegations came out against him earlier this year, then the state of Texas, diocese, including the Icees of Dallas release the names of credibly accused clergy. And all of the four other. Others named in this search warrant yesterday were on that original list. But now there's actual allegations to police for all five of those priests. And so that's what that search warrant was in reference to yesterday at the diocese building at a storage facility, rented, a by the diocese, and at Saint Cecilia church itself, did they have to do this guy's
Who Is Viktor Orban? The Far-Right Leader Who Sat Down With Trump
"It's a great honor to have with us, the prime minister of Hungary, and Victor Bonn has done a tremendous job in so many different ways highly respected respected all over Europe. Probably like me a little bit controversial. But that's okay. That's okay. You've done a good job the little bit controversial Hungarian prime minister who was hosted and praised by the president today is in fact, a lot controversial the right wing. Ultra nationalist is overseen. What many see is a backsliding away from liberal democracy consulting, the free press, even kicking vaunted university out of the country. He is also according to critics and outright anti Semite. In fact, last year, he gave a campaign speech framing migration as an existential threat and blaming it on George Soros, the Hungarian-born financier and holocaust survivor who orbin alleges is trying to undermine his country. Sound familiar these speech reads in part like a textbook intruding intro into antisemitic? Insults I'm quoting here. The translation we are fighting an enemy that is different from us not open but hiding not straightforward. But crafty, not honest, but base, not national, but international does not believe in working, but speculates with money does not have its own homeless. Land. But feels it owns the whole world. Could God told me now talk more about orbit and what to make of his White House? Visit his Franken four staffer the Atlantic whose latest piece is titled Viktor Orban's war on intellect Franklin. How big a deal was it for the president to invite Victor Orban over it's a huge deal. We talk about normalizing things here with Donald Trump. Donald Trump in effect was normalizing Viktor Orban's or bond is somebody who should be roundly. Denounced by the western democracies of the world, the Europeans have had a mixed record in denouncing him as he's gone about decimating, the civil society of his country, and we're bond craves getting wrapped in the legitimacy of the president of the United States. And here he was basking in the reflected glory of this relationship. It was something that he was begging for he was angling for in fact, sucking up to Trump in order to get this meeting and it hadn't happened in here. Was one of the most disturbing things he's done, and you chronicle part of this and your story is just kind of using the power of the state to wage war on independent sources of thority. Whether that's the press NGOs and universities. What what what has he done with the power that he has in Hungary? So the state of the art autocrat doesn't need to resort to violence doesn't need to resort to surveillance or midnight knocks on the door or bond is trained as a lawyer, and he's used the legal system and rewritten codes of law and used Kronius stick connections corruption to remake the press hungry was was a success story coming out of the Soviet era. It developed robust media it had robust universities. And there were there was a there was an adversarial political system, but under Oregon, that's all disappeared. His cronies have bought up. Most of the media because the state controls advertising universities, which once were very very high quality, especially relative to the rest of the region. Now have a chancellor embedded in them. And the chancellor dictates is appointed by Orban's indictates spending decisions research which used to flow through an independent and very prestigious academy is now doled out by a crony up a hack in Orban's government. What I find really chilling are the parallels between his obsession with by Gration with immigrants and scapegoating them. And particularly this idea, which you you get on the American right that like this foreign Phoenix here Jewish financier. George Soros is funding immigration, the US to undermine the country that the belief of the synagogue shooter the tree of life in Pittsburgh avowedly before he committed his mass murderer how central is that story to Orban's. It's it's. Two thousand fifteen there was a migration crisis. You had lots of refugees fleeing the Syrian war flee North Africa going through Hungary to points, north in Germany, and in Scandinavia and Orban's saw that as a huge political opportunity to try to remake himself as the leader of the European national nationalist populist, dick movement and his his big
French Government, Burkina Faso And Benin Elliott discussed on Radio Yesteryear
"The French government says four foreign hostages have been freed by French forces and the west African country burkina-fasso Francaise the hostages with freed following a military operation in northern Bukovina. Fassa two of them with French tourists had been kidnapped in neighboring Benin Elliott this month, they would visiting national punk when they were ambushed and they local guide with killed. The French government has thanked thority inventing and Burkina Faso full that cooperation and says FRANZ remains committed to supporting those countries in the fight against violent extremism in the
Judge rules Daniel Pantaleo must face CCRB trial over Eric Garner death
"A state court judge has refused to stop the disciplinary trial of police officer Daniel Pantaleo WAC cine Rodriguez reports Pantelei was accused of using an illegal chokehold on Eric garner while trying to arrest him nearly five years ago. His lawyers argued that the civilian complaint review board lack jurisdiction to investigate. But judge Joan Madden said the garner family, the police officer and the public deserve a resolution Garner's mother. Gwen Carr is frustrated with the legal challenges. Try every trick into book to keep the case from going forward. The disciplinary trial is scheduled to begin Monday penalties lawyers have asked a different judge to dismiss charges on the grounds that they issue too late. That decision is still pending the mayor of Newark, New Jersey, and the state attorney general are butting heads over civilian oversight of their police officers WNYC's, Danny Lewis reports the city of Newark. Has been locked in a legal battle with police union over how much thority civilian complaint review board should have to investigate and discipline officers since last year, mayor raspberry has been fighting a court ruling that stripped the board of its subpoena power, but state attorney general beer gray while this week sided with the judge in a brief argued giving the civilian board investigative authority conflicts with state law and duplicates existing police guidelines in the statement, Baraka said residents have lost faith in the police department and civilian oversight is necessary to restore
Who protects you from making a bad purchase... on your smart speaker?
"Tech. This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by ultimate software dedicated to putting people first with innovative solutions for HR payroll and talent management. Learn more at ultimate software dot com. Ultimate software people first and by WordPress. Build a website that can turn your dreams into a reality with WordPress dot com with powerful site. Building tools thousands of themes in twenty four seven support from real experts. wordpresScom lets you launch a site that's free to start and his built to grow. With you. Go to WordPress dot com slash APM. For fifteen percent off any new plan purchase. That's WordPress dot com slash APM. Who's going to protect you from making a bad purchase from your smart speaker from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Ali would. When we talk about the internet of things and a houseful of smart, speakers and fridges and TV's we focus a lot on privacy. But these devices are also for shopping like in this Amazon, add Alexa. What are your deal? I have several exclusive deals including Linda chocolate deluxe gift box. Would you like to buy it? Yes, that means commerce is coming inside the house kind of like an army of door to door, salesmen, offering encyclopedias or vacuum cleaners and actually some experts say that's a good model for how to regulate a future filled with smart shopping and potentially dumb decisions law. Professor Ryan Kahlo has studied digital market manipulation. He says back in the nineteen seventies. The Federal Trade Commission created new rules to deal with the door to door situation. The idea was a kind of nineteen fifties notion that women were at home. Tending to the house in their curlers. And all of a sudden, some sweet talking salesperson would come to the door and sell them a bunch of encyclopedias. A special introductory offer. Madame Calas says the FTC decided that when you're at home, you deserve more protections than when you're actively going to a store and seeking out commerce the commission decided that if you're going to be sewing stuff to people door to door you had to follow certain rules. You had to have certain disclosures. You had to have a cooling off period, meaning a window when you can cancel an order and in nineteen seventy eight the supreme court upheld restrictions on soliciting clients in person or in their homes. Here's Justice Lewis Powell in an opinion announcement the state has a strong interest in protecting the public from the aspects of solicitation that actually involve fraud undue influence, overreaching and other phones vexatious conduct. Okay. But what about when that potentially vexatious conduct comes from a smart speaker like say, Google, okay? Google talked to WalMart at or. Juice to my cart. Hi lyn. I can get you Tropicana, orange juice for five dollars and eighteen cents. Ryan Kahlo says the salesman now are inside the house were interacting with technology that we bring into our houses as though we were interacting inter personally, we have this new world in which corporations can reach us anytime and practically anywhere, and yet we're not even talking about whether the rule should be different. The FTC has sued some companies, including the smart TV maker vizo under a decades old statute around unfair and deceptive practices, but the agency told us it needs more power many show Matale is an associate director at the FTC's division of privacy and identity protection under our general ability to prohibit unfair deceptive practices. We do not have rulemaking authority. So we have recommended that congress pass a specific law on general privacy, and then gives us rulemaking authority to establish rules. That more clearly identify what practices are unlawful so far a few states like California and Oregon have passed laws that govern security around the internet of things but commerce protections. Haven't yet been part of the conversation. And now for some related links pity the poor FTC in some ways, the agency only has forty people working fulltime on privacy and data security issues. And we have to assume that all forty of them are probably trying to deal with the Facebook situation. Earlier this month, actually, FTC chairman Joseph Simmons road to congress to ask for more resources for policing tech companies. He said the UK information Commissioner's office has about five hundred employees and the Irish data protection. Commissioner has one hundred and ten you can find that story on our website. Marketplace tech dot org now between the lack of resources lack of thority and a general trend in this country of not really punishing big companies for bad behavior. Even when the FTC has sued companies for privacy or data security practices almost all of those actions over the last ten years have ended with settlements and not fines or penalties the general accountability office put out. Report in February of this year, saying the FTC has investigated one hundred and one data privacy violations since two thousand nine and the only time it had the power to issue. A fine was when there was already a settlement agreement in place that is you may recall the situation with Facebook right now it reached a settlement with the FTC in twenty eleven when the agency accused it of deceiving users by failing to keep its privacy promises where we heard that before. Right. The FTC couldn't find Facebook back then. But if it decides to now, it could find the company forty thousand dollars per user per day for every day, the company might have violated the agreement now in theory that could actually add up to a lot more than Facebook's own estimates last week that it might be fined three billion to five billion dollars. But the New York Times reported Friday that the FTC hasn't even agreed on whether to do that it is under resourced. Yes. But the agency has an. Strapped on a superhero. Cape when it comes to privacy, whatever it was adventures weekend. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace
Womens under-representation in disarmament discussions should be key talking point
"Sure that more women take part in arms control talks should be a key priority for all countries. Urine. Researchers said on Thursday after publishing a report showing that female delegates are significantly underrepresented in key discussions about weapons of mass destruction in an interview with Daniel Johnson from UN news. We're not at twin director of the United Nations institute for disarmament research or you, and I are and report author Renata has been delayed. Delacour explain why this traditionally male dominated area has been slow to change. I think it is traditionally perceived as a military oriented domain, it's perceived as a highly technical domain, it's perceived as a demand that you enter for life rather than one form of diplomacy that you may gauge an across the course of your career, but it's also reflects changing notions of thority in diplomacy, and how we understand authority, and that has often been defined as a masculine form. So it's very interesting that you talk about disarmament in that way. Because there is a. Wish from the top of the UN to make sure that disarmament becomes more inclusive and does change and we get out of this deadlock that we've seen in nuclear weapons disarmament negotiations. So how might it help that? When I think there's at least three reasons why more gender diverse participation and help contribute to the reinvigoration of arms control one. I think it enlarges the aperture in widens the set of people that are interested. Key example, the women peace and security agenda is a super active agenda internationally in particularly in the UN. Do they engage in disarmament? No, why don't they engage in every other part of peace and security. Why don't they traditionally it's disarmament has not been on the WPF's agenda, although they're looking at that and increasingly becoming interested in that. And right this year exploring whether they might put it on their agenda. So I think it would widen the scope of the debate and the number of people involved in arms control, it might bring different than diverse perspectives. Questions engagement part of the more diverse forum. You have the more range of. Topics that are brought to the table, and we feel then can invite new ways of thinking and new ways of subject matter. And indeed new ways of negotiating to help advance progress in arms control, I mentioned technology earlier, but how might actually changed things more rapidly. Bring more women into the process of arms control. It's true that the whole idea of new technology innovations and their implications for international security and arms control is an emerging theme on the disarmament agenda and women younger women, perhaps are engaged in this areas and fields and therefore might enter into the arms control formed through discussions, whether on cyber security issues, whether on issues related our Fichman tolerance, whether on issues related to five G, or automation or quantum computing. It must be no should though. And this is receiving a lot of attention internationally that the participation of women in stem science, and technology, engineering and math is actually going down in the last decade rather than going up. So there we need to take action early in proactive action to make sure that women do enter. Into these newer fields, and that it doesn't reinforce the gender disbalance. That's it really. Isn't it? Education. And if we do have this digital gender divide how we going to address these very technical and specialised fields such a disarmament because they are dominated by men. Always have been always will be I don't necessarily agree with that latter. But I do think you're right that investing in education at an early age as critical how women choose the subjects. They do how they're encouraged to look at topics that are technical that are in the area of stem is going to play a critical role internships for women in arms control institutes opportunity to graduate study at school to study these areas really critical to introduce a new generation, and I would say that in arms control for reinvigoration. We have a broader need to bring in a youth participation inclusive of young women in that's fair. Maybe you could just give me a few figures from your latest report into gender diversity in disarmament tickly, the proportion of women participating in arms control in delegations and. Inferences? Well, I think what you see is the average percentage of women in arms control forms is just around thirty percent. Thirty two percent. So that's one third. We're talking more or less in the room. What's interesting is that when it gets to smaller more, restrictive forums that drops even more to around twenty percent. So then it becomes in negotiating forums and smaller forms one fifth of the participants are women. What's really striking is that we see successively more women entering into delegations, but less women at leadership of arms, control delegation. So the leaders of of a process, you're see less and less women and final question regionally speaking, how does the gender diversity manifest itself in delegations from say the African region the Asian region compared to the European and North American. Well, there are many factors that explain the participation of women in diplomacy and women in arms control diplomacy. What I would highlight is that you have relatively high performance of Latin American Caribbean. Women participation in arms control. And there is some correlation between the level of the income status of a country and participation in diplomacy by when you have this report what's going to happen next. So what we're interested is beginning, a broader discussion here in Geneva in New York and elsewhere on. How can we encourage women to participate arms control forms? What that in consists of what that might be involved and then moving forward, how can we look at the impact the so what question and what do gender perspective sprang to arms control, and how does women's participation impact? And you did speak to diplomats who are involved in these arms control discussions, which must be very illuminating. Baby. Could just give me an insight into the willingness among those diplomats to change. I think my colleague Renato would be best placed to answer that question. But what I will say that what we do see is a broader discussion of the challenges of being a woman in a diplomatic. Matic sphere the emphasis that challenges presents to family life imbalance would travel with long hours when engagement the highly technical nature of the exercise that leads lots of women to opt out not feel that they are qualified to be in the room as negotiators. But I think we're seeing only the start of a question what we were struck in our discussions was that it was something that was new for diplomats to think about to. Okay. So I'm following orders now to not Hessman della. You are the author of this report so straight into it. Then the in house discussion that you had to diplomats fascinating of the no names. But what were they saying to you? How willing whether to change it was a difficult conversation because they are not used to discussing gender attributes and how gender attributes may affect their positions. You know, there is this idea that diplomats are leaving messages. And so the gender of the messenger. It's not an important thing. But we know it's not true in personal attributes player over in diplomacy. And so this was a first time for many of them discussing this idea that they are things that are different when you are men or woman represent their country in a certain place or delivering a certain message and in arms control and desire moment. There is this idea that it's a military topic and women don't have military training. What we see is women being added as third or fourth person in the delegation. So they don't get to speak. They don't get to lead. They have fewer ten cents to influence the outcomes. So our goal now is to actually draw attention to going beyond in America presentation. We are still under-represented, but we also need to discuss why do we have forty percent of women participating in the conference on desire moment. And sometimes you attend a session, and you don't hear one single, women speaking. So these are the issues that we want to tackle. And I think that's what's important moving forward from this report.
Trump Organization Sues Over House Panel Subpoena
"The Trump organization is suing Allonge Cummings. The chairman of the house oversight committee over the panels. Request for eight years of President Trump's financial statements. Joining me now from Washington with more details is Wall Street Journal reporter, Rebecca ball house. Rebecca, this move adds another layer to what's already been contentious fight. Tell us about today's filing by the Trump organization, and why they're looking to block this attempt from the house panel. So we saw the Trump organization today file a lawsuit against both Elijah Cummings and this accounting firm as ours LLP, and what they're trying to do is block a subpoena that the committee filed last week against the company seeking eight years worth of Trump's financial statements. So the lawyers for the Trump organization are arguing that the subpoena could expose Trump's confidential financial information, and that it's lacking legitimate legislative purpose. There are also several inquiries into the president's finances. What specifically was the house intending? To look into by seeking these eight years worth of documents. What do they hope to eliminate by getting those these were documents that Michael Cohen referenced in his testimony to the oversight committee in February. And what Cohen was saying there and at the time he brought with him. I think about three years worth of financial statements that had been prepared by Mazars was that Trump inflated or deflated his the value of his assets, depending on the situation and basically for his own personal gate. And so while there's the separate effort by the House Ways and means committee underway to get Trump's tax returns this efforts with as ours is specifically focused on determining whether Trump was inflating or deflating his assets, depending on the situation, and you mentioned the attempt to get the president's tax returns, which he has said he will not release as he is under audit. What else can you tell us about other efforts to obtain the president's financial information? Well, we've seen that the House Judiciary committee is investigating. A number of fronts related to the president and his finances. They've sent letters to suffer will agencies and two associates of the president seeking documents related to matters, including his financial history. And we've also seen in the southern district of New York. There have been some efforts to look at the role of executives at his company in these hush money payments were arranged by Michael Cohen. So there's ongoing investigations into the president and his financial history on a number of fronts. So Rebecca what's next year? We did also hear from logic Cummings after the lawsuit was filed on Monday. So I think the next step is alleged Cummings. Put out a statement today defending his subpoena saying that they have the full thority to investigate this matter in his subpoena. He had given maze in April twenty nine deadline for when they need to turn over the requested documents. So we expect to see a hearing come likely pretty quickly because that's only a week from. Today. So the next step is gonna come from the federal court where the Trump organization filed their lawsuit, and we'll see have to see how that precedes. Their
Deadly bombings hit Sri Lanka on Easter
"At least two hundred seven people died and four hundred fifty people injured in a series of bombs at churches in hotels across religious capital of Colombo, the Sri Lanka tourism development authority is asking hotels, a cost the country to tighten security measures the victims are from at least eight countries, including the United States Secretary of state, Mike Pompeo said several US citizens are among those who died in a statement. He said the US condemns in the. Strongest terms the terror attacks injury Lanka Sri Lankan thority have seven people under arrest following a house raid today in Colombo that left three police officers did no one has claimed responsibility for the attacks which are believed to be carried out by a group of suicide
Leaders of Sudan to name transitional authority on Sunday
"Leaders of Sudan's ongoing protest movement have declared that they will name a transitional governing thority on Sunday to replace the uncertain military Gionta, which has been in charge since overstaying dictator, Omar el-bashir was deposed in a coup data last week, the removal of the share by his own military was in itself response to huge and persistent protests in Khartoum and other Sudanese cities. But the demonstrators do not appear satisfied as yet the Sudanese professionals association has emerged as the foremost opposition voice. They want their civilian transitional council, which they will unveil at seventeen hundred on Sunday to replace the
The Rise of Skywalker trailer is out
"There was one big news item from today that he clipped everything else. News item. That was really the only takeaway that you should have had from today's events. And that was the release of the teaser trailer for the new Star Wars movie Star Wars Episode nine which apparently is going to be titled now, the rise of Skywalker, and that title in and of itself is a strong indication of the direction they're going with this film. And I'm encouraged I'm encouraged by what I saw it was very. Cautious going into watching this thing, and we should still be cautious. Because trailers only a trailer. We have no idea what this movie's extra end up being like once it comes out. But you know, just give you a little bit of context. In case. You're you're not a hard core Star Wars fan, which is probably likely for significant portion of this audience. There's a lot of controversy in the nerd universe. Right now, particularly when it comes to Star Wars, and that's because of the the last movie, which was called the last Jedi which detoured significantly from a lot of the established cannon and established rules of the narrative that had been laid down in previous films. And when I I watched the last yet I episode. I was actually okay with it. I actually liked it. My my first viewing when I walked out of the theater. But my opinion changed as I let it breathe a little bit. As the film aged on me, and I became less and less of a fan of it to where. Now, I'm more in the camp of folks who say this movie was a travesty and what informed that judgment for me was less the actual content of the movie itself. Then learning that, you know, my presumption had been that Lucasfilm and Kathleen Kennedy was the president of Lucasfilm, and that they had this story group because they made this big deal when Disney acquired Lucasfilm, they made this huge deal out of how going forward, you know, they basically threw in the trash can all of the non film cannon that had been established books comics video games. What have you up to that point? And said we're starting fresh the only thing that exists in this fictional universe. Are the movies and one of the cartoon shows? And that's it. Everything else is fair game. We're starting fresh new books. New movies, new comics? And in order to keep it all together, we're going to have this editorial story group. This core group of people is going to keep their hand on the helm and steer. The sheep of this franchise going into the future and make sure that everything's interconnected and make sense and has common themes that the stories interweave with one another. And so that you can have this kind of joint experience sort of like, the marvel films, right? The marvel cinematic universe. And so presuming that that was the case I walked out of the last jet. I think in myself man, there's a lot of stuff in that movie that I did not expect. But hey, that's okay. Because presumably based upon the fact that they have a story group. It's all part of the plan. Right. Like, it's all building towards something. It's okay. That they didn't answer a lot of questions that have been raised by the force awakens. It's okay that they didn't explain who this person was who that person's heritage was or what the what the underlying political conflict. Even is why these people are even fighting in the first place, that's fine. Because it'll all be revealed later. It's all part of the plan. But of course, what we learned in the aftermath of the last Jedi. What was revealed much to the shock of many fans, including myself was that there was no plan. They they in fact had not been it wasn't as though Jj Abrams who directed the force awakens. Had handed a roadmap to Ryan Johnson who directed the last Jedi. And that Ryan Johnson built off that road map to create his movie important affect any idea any outline that Jj Abrams had and that the story group, which presumably is nothing apparently destroy group doesn't have any actual thority or oversight whatsoever. What's going on with this franchise? JJ handed his wanting to Ryan Johnson, Ron Johnson threw in the trash can and just did whatever he wanted with. No regard, and you can see this in interviews with him when he talks about his process, and he talks about writing he talks about why he made the choices. He made such as the choice to kill off the big villain the big looming shadowy villain in the background supreme leader. Snow? Just kill them off in the middle of the movie. When you listen to Ron Johnson talk about that. He says, well, you know, it was necessary for Kylo rinse character to come out from under the shadow of his master and become his own his own man, and to develop as a character is the right thing for my movie was the right thing for my story. Well, that's nice. But this isn't your story like this. It's your story in the sense that you're tasked with telling it, but you're coming into a well established narrative the and by the way, there's a movie coming after yours, right? That you have to be somewhat cognizant of being able to actually have a through line narrative that continues for one hall of the movie, and he just didn't care. He did whatever he wanted and worse than that worse than Ryan Johnson doing what he did Kathleen Kennedy and Lucasfilm and the higher ups at Disney, let him do whatever he wanted. This is a stout. Like from a business perspective. Here's your thing. If you're not a Star Wars fan if you don't care about any of this stuff, and I'm talking about right now appreciate it from this angle. Appreciate it from as a business decision. Okay. You're the CEO of Disney. You're the president of Disney entertainment and marketing and Kathleen Kennedy runs one of your film studio divisions, Lucasfilm a hotly new acquired property that you paid. I forget how much they paid for it. But it was hundreds of millions of not billions of I'm sure it was billions of dollars that they paid for it. And you they put out that money with expectation that this is something that they're going to be able to milk forever, right? That there's going to be this, and they had plans from the time that Disney acquired this franchise. And these intellectual properties they started laying out their plans, if we're going to have a movie every year, we're going to have new theme park. We're gonna have tell live action television shows and cartoon shows and video games. And it's going to be this fantastic. New expansion of of merchandise, and storytelling that the fans are gonna love. And we're going to be milking in raking in the the dough for decades upon decades decades. So that was the plan. Well at the fantastic, right? Looks laudable goal from a business perspective. But then what they did was the equivalent of handing the keys to this Ferrari to a teenager and just saying have fun with no direction, no curfew, no guidelines as to whether or not he had a follow any sort of rules, or when when you should be back or where he's even going any knowledge of where he's going any terms on when he should be back. That's the equivalent of what they did with this multibillion dollar franchise that the that the it stood to lose billions of dollars on. So just as a corporate story is a corporate business story. It's extraordinarily fascinating that the m- the modern era of Star Wars under Disney has played out the way that it has. So there's your background. So then this trailers coming out for the ninth one and Disney has been very diplomatic. And protective of Ryan Johnson. And pretended as though everything's fine. Right because they're not going to acknowledge that they've screwed up. They're not gonna acknowledge that they've made mistakes. In the public sphere. But they know right. Like, it's van they're very well aware of the fact that the fan community is divided there. A lot of people who don't like the last Jedi and even more than not liking last Jedi. I they don't like how Disney has handled this property. They don't like the fact that there seems to be far less intention and care going into the making of these films, then has gone into the watching of them, which of course, is a recipe for disaster when you're dealing with genre. Fandom something is big Star Wars. And so going into the release of this teaser trailer today for the ninth and final Skywalker saga film. The expectations. Were you have got to blow people away you have to this has to be this teaser trailer needs to leave everybody wanting more. And if it doesn't then you might as well, just kissed the franchise goodbye. Those were the stakes. It had to be good. It had to be impactful people had it had to leave people excited that mission appears to have been accomplished. And watching this thing as a fan. You know, who's been a fan as long as I've been alive and been capable of comprehending. What I was seeing with Star Wars. It was really nice to see the kind of subtle reassurances that were laid out in this trailer that there was the way it was cut and the texts that they overlaid was Vakhitov of the first trailer for episode one the Phantom Menace that came out in nineteen ninety nine. I believe it was. So they're drawing that connection between. They're basically saying look we recognize this is the we're trying to connect the dots here between where things started. And where things are ending the inclusion of oyster over from Luke, the which was then very shocking reveal at the end of this thing that apparently the emperor the big bad from the first two trilogies is coming back in some way. Now, we don't know what form, but he's going to play a role in this film, which is completely unexpected. And more than makes up for the the loss of snow in the previous film. So now, I'm excited again. And I think a lot of people who were doubtful. About whether or not JJ was going to be able to land this thing Jj Abrams are excited once again about the potential of this movie coming out on Christmas. Now, we may be sitting here. Looking at New Year's twenty twenty and shaking our heads with our face, and our poems and saying well man, why do we let ourselves get excited again? But as of right now, I'm going to allow myself to have a little bit of optimism. So there's my there's my freestyle Friday completely apolitical pop culture commentary for you on Star
Three hacks to pay attention to
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. Create and publish a stunning website all from one powerful platform, go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w I x dot com in stay tuned after the show to hear you can take advantage of special offer for talking tech listeners, everyone Jefferson Graham here USA day talking tech the weekend addition where look back at the stories of the week in this week. I think it's kind of obvious in the internet age trust. No, one in verify everything three events this week that we should all pay attention to a thumb drive a hack phone and a fatal outcome from hopping in an unconfirmed. Uber. Welcome to today's age consider a woman strolls onto president Donald Trump's Merrill, laga resort with four cell phones laptop and a thumb drive that thority say was full Amal wear. Now who knows just how extreme the malware was. But let's face it. It wasn't good after she got past secret service checkpoints, she was stopped by the hotel's reception staff, and she was caught before it was too late. Jeff Bezos, often characterized as the world's richest man, thanks to the billions earned from his Amazon dot com also had people but his phone they alleged got hacked by the Saudis security experts. We spoke to think it was either a fishing link which got clicked in. Abled, malware or simply putting malicious code onto a website that he visited bazo says personal information was stolen from his phone a university of South Carolina student or did an Uber over the weekend. And she stepped into a car. She assumed was belonging to the driver. It wasn't. She got killed later that night police announced on Monday for the millions of us who use right Haley, apps like Uber and left. Remember this? The name of the driver and the license plate for his or her car are labeled in the app. Double check it before you get into the car and have the driver announced his or her name as far as protecting yourself when it comes to have your phone hacked once again class. Remember, don't put important personal information on your phone unless you wish it to be and others hands have different passwords for every website. You go to and use two factor authentication using a code as your secondary method of logging in to beef up your credentials. If you. Get hat change. All your passwords when using public WI fi -ssume that everything you're typing can be read by others. If you don't want it reprinted don't type it better yet subscribed to a virtual private network app to use while in public wifi like Nord VPN or safer VPN, which will help you secure your signal have questions about online security. I'm here to help look for the Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham, you've been listening to talking tech. We subscribe to a show wherever you listen on my Nadia and thanks again for listening. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. Have a business idea you're ready to grow or a story ready to share? But not quite sure how wicks can help with that wicks allows you to build a professional website any way you want start from scratch or choose from over five hundred sophisticated templates, and customization is a breeze. You can push the limits of web design without spending hours on coating easily. Personalize your site with hundreds of design features like galleries video backgrounds and custom forms. Wicks is the most technologically advanced website building platform available. No wonder over one hundred forty million people are already users build a website if your very own with wicks today for free, and if you go to wicks dot com and use the coupon code talking you'll get ten percent off any premium plan with wicks premium plans, you get more storage, a free domain for a year and much much more. That's wicks dot com code talking for ten percent off any premium plan.
How secretive technology could be tracking your phone
"You've been lucky enough to find yourself. Wait. I can't tell you where while the police were investigating. I can't tell you that either using a piece of equipment that some forces may or may not possess. And no, they won't tell you that at a certain time. Then congratulations. You may now exist as a random bunch of numbers in a collection of evidence that the police are storing they won't tell you where until they eventually figure out what to do with it. And they might not tell you what they decide to do with it. Either good news, though, it's only a number not a name and some meta data. But there's no way they can identify you based on that. Right. Jordan Heathrow wings. And this is the big story. And are you being paranoid? If they really are watching. Yes. This is one of those episodes. Kate Allen is the Toronto Star science and technology reporter, what's the latest way. Thority if my city are watching. Well, the police service told us a few days ago that they have purchased a Stig Stingray or an emcee catcher, which is a type of cell phone surveillance technology that sweeps up data on also phones within its range. It's usually used on a criminal suspect. But sweeps up everybody within a trench. Oh, good. How does it work? So we don't really know because police have been extremely not forthcoming about how they work. And in fact, have in trials in cases where these things were used. They've applied to. Not disclose any anything about how they work or even the the manufacturer model of these devices. But roughly they sort of force your cell phone all cell phones, within range of the device to identify themselves to device, so they capture a bunch of different types of data. One of the one of the types of data is MC number which is just like a fifteen digit serial code associate with your sim card, and then a couple other types of you know, like a serial number. So she with the actual piece of equipment that you carry and things like that and cops where are using these things. That's a great question. We don't know the answer to that fully either. Why not well the police have been pretty tight lipped about it. I they would say that they're trying to protect investigative techniques. And so I mean, there's nothing compelling them to tell to reports to the public or to journalists they're using them. And so they it hasn't really come to light except for in a few core cases. And when journalists have done some. Digging. So what happens is that a kiss? We'll get into court and the evidence will be presented. And then you find out like, oh, this is how they gathered that vary. Rarely yes. And where have we found that they are being used the first we knew was that the RCMP own some of these devices and so a couple years ago after some court cases were a little bit of info came too late. The empty set down with some journalists and said, yes, we own ten of these devices we've been using them for more than a decade at that point. So we know the CPA uses them other forces have said that the the RCMP has operated those devices on their behalf. So we we actually put in some freedom of information requests with the Toronto police a few years ago, and it came back to us that the Trump service had used the devices on five separate occasions. And in the cases, where they would tell us you tells the AP had always operated it for them. Okay. But we know there. Being used in a few cities. Yes. Yes. So I can give you a couple of other cities so Calgary. Police service says that they own Stingray. Winnipeg please services they own a singer and Vancouver. Police have said that their law enforcement partners have operated it operated on for them. What kinds of data can this capture? The police are pretty clear that the devices that they owned do not capture private communications. So they're not capturing your text messages or phone calls or emails anything like that. It also is not capturing your name or your telephone number. What it is capturing is an identifier associated with their cellphone. So the main one they're looking for is this I m s I number which is just as I said, it's a it's a number associated with your sim card identifies you to the network as you what do they do with that? How does this help? Actually, this a better question. How does this help in an investigation? We don't know all of the uses thing and all of the times they've used it. So as I said only some cases have come to light. And in the one that I know best which was a major drugs and guns case in Toronto in two thousand fourteen the police use because they're trying to do is figure out. So so, you know, drug dealers and gun runners and people like that often change their cell phones. So the police like them and use them because they can operate this thing at a location where suspect is and gather also gather all of the cell phone data in within range of that location. Public him pro everybody everybody within range of the device, including hopefully suspect, and then they followed us to another location. Do it again. And then you know, let's say to another time and other times they're finding the one number that is comment all of those locations, which they will then assume as the suspects empty number and then they get a warrant to connect. That number to that person's name, and the reason that they are doing this is because I mean, at least in the cases, I'm aware of these are usually big cases that involve wiretapping. So they are trying to make sure they know all of the cell phones and land lines that these their targets are using. So that they are wiretapping all of the numbers of their suspects. What happens to the rest of the data that they get? Well, they're using this machine from I'm assuming some of these are used in crowded public places. Yes, that's a really good question. The RCMP has said that when they capture all of us unique identifiers from all of your cell phones in a given location. They only so there's a person who's operating the device and they only pass on the suspects data to investigators. How do they know which one is the suspect by process of elimination their their funding the one number that's comment already the patients that they track the suspect to. And that's the number that they want. So now with the hundreds and sometimes thousands of other numbers that they capture of innocent bystanders who they're not looking for the have said that they keep that information sort of fire walled off from investigators. They securite in a location that you know, it's it's just away from the rest of the. Nothing bad will ever. Yeah. And they have they have said that they will destroy the the this data after any court cases finished after any appeals periods of finished. This is an interim policy developed by the so it's not a finalized policy. It's also not a law. It's a policies rate. It's something they've decided to do what they what they decided. How did you guys find out then that the Toronto police were using these devices so back in I believe it was twenty fifteen I was working on this topic with some of my colleagues, and we asked the Toronto police service do you own and do you use Stingray? And a spokesperson told us we do not own and do not use one of these devices. Then we put in a series of freedom of information requests with the Toronto police asking essentially for you know, anytime they had use it and a full two years later. We got information back that they had actually used. And it on five separate occasions. Okay. To them. They wouldn't tell us about because they were either before the courts are still under investigation. And the other one's range from like, a Bank robbery was missing persons. When was this big, drugs and guns case? But you know, so therefore was not true that the Trump had never used one of these devices. What was true is that they had always used the RCMP's devices in their investigation. Okay. So that was a year ago. So we reported that they said they never used it. They actually had in five separate occasions and just this past week when I was reading about the topic again, I thought okay? Well, we haven't really asked Toronto police in a little while if they if they own a device or asked him again, and they told me actually they had recently acquired one of these devices for
Ton And A Half Of Cocaine Seized At Port Of New York/Newark
"Also this week authorities announcing a record cocaine seizure disguised as a nutritious snack. The crates were labeled dried fruit, and they seem to fill the shipping container. But thority say it was all a front hidden behind those crates thirty two hundred pounds of. Cocaine seventy seven million dollars worth making this the biggest coke bust in the New York area in a quarter century, the massive stash discovered on a ship that traveled from win of Columbia to Newark, New Jersey, a legal point of entry to the United States. Customs officials seized the illicit cargo handing it over to the department of homeland security keeping it off the street.