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Saved from Gods Wrath

The Bible Project

05:30 min | 4 months ago

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

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Amy Coney Barrett's alarming non-answers

The Young Turks

08:42 min | 4 months ago

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

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Manifestation, What it is and What it is Not. How to Manifest by Tapping into the Flow of Universal Energy - burst 2

OG

19:04 min | 9 months ago

Manifestation, What it is and What it is Not. How to Manifest by Tapping into the Flow of Universal Energy - burst 2

"Hello and thank you for joining us. This is the truth about everything podcast and I. Am your host colleague. When we say the truth about everything. We're defining truth as those things that have the ability to enlighten us. THOSE TOPIX conversations experiences, whatever has the power to influence higher thinking to make room for change so hopefully this episode will enlighten you. I was influenced to do this episode on manifestation when I came across a video of a spiritual teacher, promising to teach students how to manifest whatever they wanted in twenty four hours or less. I felt the need to discuss what manifestation is and is not. How practical is it to believe in manifestation, which is the process of creating the life you live and experience as you encounter according to your beliefs. Now can be believed that thought. Energy has given us our wins in our losses in life. Are we in complete control of what our lives look like as manifestation suggest. And if so, how does that freedom to customize our own individual reality? Affect the order in balance of the ultimate reality that sustains us all. Is The universe subordinate to our wheel submissive to our every command and existing to serve the desires of the human mind. This is what we WANNA. Find Out. The mainstream understanding of manifestation tells us we can have what we want in life. Nothing is off limits. Through our beliefs, we can create the life of our dreams. The best of life in the worst of times experienced according to our own belief of what is and not possible. Manifestation. tells us that our deepest thoughts and beliefs are more than formless intangible brain activity confined to consciousness. Manifestation tells us that our deepest thoughts and beliefs are active forms of creative energy that we have some inst- to be materialized and experienced. Regardless, if beliefs are good or bad for us, they will manifest presenting themselves in our lives, according to the exact specifications of the believer. We should credit ourselves for the state of our lives independent ourselves to offer any unsatisfactory conditions. And this is the mainstream. Understanding of what manifestation is some spiritual teachers believe the universe submits to the creative power that is active within saw. The fastness of creation, and all that is within the divine Cornucopia is available to appease your every faithful thought. Regardless if that'd be a fear, hope, love, loneliness, wealth, poverty, sickness, or health, it doesn't matter if you believe in manifestation or not whatever we have enough audacity to call hours will be summons from the spiritual round inexperienced into physical without exception. Now the problem with this view of manifestation. Is that it ignores the need for universal order balancing purpose. Because the only thing that matters other desires of the human ego. So instead of the universe running according to one automate plan. It will be operating according to seven point five billion plans simultaneously. That's a plan from every man, woman and Child on. I believe in the power manifestation, but not according to the mainstream definition, which is identical to the Prosperity Gospel of Christianity. Because God is essentially enslaved by men, responding faithfully to every command generate about human. I believe the thoughts and ideas place. Faith in can be manifested, but only as they support the agenda of God. It's problematic to believe. Mankind has unlimited power to create a customized individual reality while negating the ultimate reality guide has established and maintains. Manifestation does not occur according to every fateful. Thought of the mind being made real manifestation happens according to every thought of man that aligns with the agenda of the ultimate reality. Universal Energy flows in a specific direction to maintain order and balance of the universe, plain and simple. So when our beliefs agree with that agenda. Manifestation occurs. If God allow stations that were in opposition of that universal flow, then reality as we know, it would cease to exist. We don't manifest by commanding God to adhere to our beliefs, benefiting our own 'cause now we manifest the discretion of God to that which is in accordance with the flow of universal energy that benefits all life. So tapping into what that means for. You will determine what you are able to manifest. So the focus should not be on thought energy, but awareness of the flow of universal energy moving in your life. Now imagine this with me for second. Think of the universe as a household and humanity as the children of that household. What keeps a household. Intact is a wise authority thority authority figure with an agenda for progression of the House hope. Without the authority figure, maintaining an agenda and ensuring order and directing the children to progression. The household would be complete chaos. Allowing the children to do whatever they wanted creating the reality they desired would be detrimental to the home. Negligent to both the children, the welfare of children and the agenda of authority figure. Resources will be wasted. Privileges would be abused. Mistakes with irreversible consequences would be made. In the household, the actions of one child would endanger them all with the home itself being subject to destruction. Think about this. What would it mean to accept manifestation as the power to have complete control over every aspect of your life? It would mean that you are in ultimate force. What would it mean to have sovereign of authority to customize your reality to your exact specifications? Ultimate power. And what would it mean to be the sustaining of a reality that is completely dependent on the choices you along make. It would mean you exist within and sustain your own awesome it reality. So the question is. Are you an ultimate force now? Slowdown before you answer. Let me. Remind you that an awesome it force requires it nothing to remain in ultimate power. Because of it had to depend on anything. Anything else any other object any other being any other situation, any law rule or guideline, it would cease to be awesome it and that thing that it depended on would be of greater power. Yet here we are. Human beings, humanity, mankind dependent on. Seconds and minutes, oxygen, water, sunlight, plants, and animals for food, words and language for communication and understanding. And purpose, meaning and enlightenment for spiritual wellbeing. Impossible for us to live a single moment without complete dependence on a multitude of factors. No Man is an automatic force. No woman exists in her own ultimate reality. We all have what can be called individual realities, which our lives, but our lives are empowered in limited according to the ultimate reality that makes the experience of life for all beings possible. Since. There is an awesome reality that all things rely on then preservation of that ultimate reality is the highest priority to itself and is vital to all life forms. What has determined to come into existence will always always override what we think. We have the power to freely manifest from thought faith in action. This keeps the universe balanced chaos from replacing order in mankind from directing the flow of universal energy in their favor. Creating our own lives that actually end up becoming meaningful contributions to the ultimate reality. What require insight into the immediate and future outcome of every possible experience, we encounter in our lifetime. Were would are manifestations. Awesome it, Lee lead us. What would it cause us to experience? What would it cause us to be hindered from experiencing new? We have to know one understand all of this to be able to make this work. Creating our own realities without this wisdom will call us seemingly positive things that we tried to manifest to be just as destructive as negative manifestations, because we have absolutely no idea what direction the things we want will lead us, will lead us will lead us away from purpose of our lives, the purpose of our lives the happiness. We want to find the success. We worked for the opportunities. We hope to take advantage of. We don't know. Therefore we need a higher power that is wise, and on knowing to distinguish between those manifestations that will empower us, and those that can automatically destroy us. Otherwise we would our end up eliminating ourselves according to our own desires. When manifestations are limited to the desires of individuals, they exclude the needs of humanity. and not necessarily through greed or selfishness of the individual, but through just. Sheer ignorance of what humanity actually needs to survive what each person needs to survive to thrive to have a meaningful life. A manifestation does come into your life without changing some things. How can we predict that change to know? What is a good and a bad manifestation? Intrinsic to every object of manifestation is change which makes room for the object manifestation to exist in a place that had not existed before. That place being both the life of the receiver of the manifestation and the world that that life is experienced. So, everyone's affected by our individual manifestations. Change will happen. LIKE RIPPLES IN A. Pond or a body of water. Whatever we put forth, it continues to spread and go out and an effect of things. Other courses of action in in the span of time, these manifestations aren't limited to ourselves aren't limited to our own, our own lives and experiences. A new car, our new relationship, a lump sum of money, relocating to a new city, a new home, or all guaranteed to come with the degree of unavoidable change. We have no control over the change that takes place I. Say what you manifest. Has Implications on more than just your life. It affects humanity as whole. Maybe, not today maybe not immediately, maybe not tomorrow. But ultimately. It does contribute to the ideas and experiences that steer humanity in a particular direction. So there must be a limit to the suffering that one can place on himself by his negative thoughts automatically manifest in his life. There must be limit to the possessions. One man or woman or group can accumulate in order to sustain balance. The truth is that we actually manifest according to the direction that universal energy flows in. That does not mean you can't manifest the life of your dreams. Of course you can, but the life of your dreams is that which is attached to your purpose. That purpose is your contribution to the agenda of the universe. A life outside of that which the ultimate reality has prepared for us is non existent. The time in history we were born our parents. The city were raised in the experiences that create our lives are all unique to each one of us. We have a dream life that matches that uniqueness place in history just for us to express ourselves a particular influence to leave with our friends and family a permanent mark to leave on the world. We are more worried than we think we are. We are spiritual vessels of divine energy as our true selves. We are expressions of God manifested where we stand. Yet, we are still small wonders when compared to God. Can a cup of water? Compared to an ocean, no. or at the rays of the sunlight, compare to the power of the Sun. We can only exercise power in a manner of expressions of God. and not as gods ourselves, we are eternally in submission to the greater power the ultimate reality. The awesome reality makes manifestations possible because this is where the manifestations come from. How can I take for myself? And according to my own agenda. What is hailed by a higher power without permission from that higher power? We can't say manifestation enables us to be We can't say manifestation enables us to have anything and everything we want. Because it makes God a servant to the mind of mankind. Giving manpower over the course of events that determine awesome it reality. Manifestation does not occur according to every fateful. Thought of the mind being made real. No manifestation happens according to every thought of man that aligns with the agenda of the ultimate reality. Universal Energy flows in a specific direction to maintain order and balance of the universe. When our beliefs agree with that agenda, manifestation occurs. Because of God allow manifestations were in opposition of that universal flow reality as we know, it would cease to exist. So, we don't manifest. By commanding, Gods were here to our beliefs. Benefiting our own 'cause. Now we manifest at the discretion of guide, according to what follows the flow of universal energy so tapping into what that means for you. Would determine what you are and are not able to manifest. So the focus should not be on thought energy. But the awareness of the agenda of God. In the flow of universal energy moving in your life.

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Hedy, Producer And Lancaster discussed on Donna and Steve

Donna and Steve

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

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

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Unemployed Long Island Man Accused of Murdering Uncle During Fight Over Money

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Unemployed Long Island Man Accused of Murdering Uncle During Fight Over Money

"All Long Island man arrested in the murder of his uncle, Sophia hall, tells us more or investigation points to one subject is nephew. That's David Koon junior, Nassau County police attended. Stephen Fitzpatrick, a Hoon is accused of killing his seventy year old uncle William Cahoon in December of last year. His look needed money. William had substantial amount of money from two years of working in school district. Get a pension at a floral one K at a life insurance policy and other things. David got into an old William during adult education David stabbed in multiple times causing his death. William cocoons Bondi was inside his levittown house for one month before detectives found him. It was all because of a coal from employees at a local catering facility where cocoon used to dine once a week when they did not see him for a few weeks. They called nine one one David cocoon is forty years old, and thority say he is unemployed and has been living with his mother, Sophia hall, WCBS, NewsRadio,

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 White Sox plan to extend netting at Guaranteed Rate Field

News, Traffic and Weather

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

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

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 6 suspects, including gunman, arrested in Ortiz shooting

Chad Hartman

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

6 suspects, including gunman, arrested in Ortiz shooting

"That people are green to kill David Ortiz, for less than eight thousand dollars. This from NBC news. The suspected gunman in the David Ortiz shooting arrested as thorns reveal the plot to kill big Papi, shooting at the Dominican Republic Dominican Republic bar, the gunman arrested, as part of a group that thority said was offered almost eight thousand dollars not even eight thousand dollars. And this was a this was a coordinated hit Ortiz. He's forty three. He was shot in the back suffered severe internal damage that bullet exit through his

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Several arrested in David Ortiz shooting in Dominican Republic

KNX Programming

01:01 min | 1 year ago

Several arrested in David Ortiz shooting in Dominican Republic

"Prosecutors and the Dominican Republic say baseball star. David Ortiz is the victim of a hit. Several people are under arrest including the alleged shooter. The alleged trigger man has been arrested in what thority say was an eight thousand dollar plot to kill. Former Red Sox slugger. David Ortiz in his native Dominican Republic. The chief prosecutor there vowed to hold all involved accountable. WBZ TV reporter in British Rodriguez court documents obtained by WBZ. Investigators also say Sunday night ambush was planned surveillance video captured Eddie, Felice Garcia and the shooter. Coordinating the attack earlier in the night with a group of Ben inside a car parked on a nearby street. Prosecutors say after driving around the block. Doc fees. Got to see you in the gunman proceeded to get out of the car. Hop on a motorcycle and ride over to the dial bar. Once they're the gunman helps off runs behind Ortiz and shoots him before getting away with the weapon in hand. Ortiz continues to recover in a Boston hospital. Pam Coulter,

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Ex-manager for comic book legend Stan Lee pleads not guilty to elder abuse

KDWN Programming

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

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

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Stan Lee's former manager arrested on elder abuse charges

KYW 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Stan Lee's former manager arrested on elder abuse charges

"Bail is set at almost half a million for the former business manager of the late marvel comic masterminds, STAN Lee. The former manager is charged with elder abuse, the thority say Kia Morgan sought to capitalize on the marvel comic, masterminds, wealth, and exert influence over Stanley, even though he had no thority to act on his behalf. Police say Morgan pocketed more than two hundred sixty two thousand dollars from autograph signing sessions, Morgan faces various charges, including embezzlement, theft, and false imprisonment of an elder

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Stan Lee's ex-manager arrested for elder abuse

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Stan Lee's ex-manager arrested for elder abuse

"A former business manager of Stanley has been arrested on elder abuse charges involving the late comic book legend, LA police say, Kia Morgan taken into custody in Arizona today on an outstanding arrest warrant. Now we're gonna was charged earlier this month with felony allegations of theft, embezzlement, forgery and fraud against an elder adults and also false imprisonment of an elder adult authority. Samar Morgan sought to manipulate and exert control over Lee, even though he didn't have thority to do so Lee, as you remember back in November at the age of ninety

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"thority" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"thority" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The decades that it doesn't seem. Normal I should say natural for men to the ill or of you, of course, are an exception because you had an accident. You know with your swim. But the thing that I've noticed is when men get ill. And I've seen it either something has come from the mother of the wife. Correct. Yes. I wasn't sure at I was correct. Because I've seen couple of men that have had strokes. And when I've talked to them, or they've spoken to me about what's happened. One particular man was starting to really tense up when he was talking about his wife and he said she. So she gets angry and I guess he couldn't deal with it imploded from inside. Correct. All right. Very, very astute of his vacation. Well. Let me say something is well known that men die before women. Well, no. And. The reason why it is because he does not know how to deal with this woman who is still eve, and she has the power of over the men, and she does not know that she's doing this chief thinks when she gets marriage. He's loving him. All she doing is appeasing his hunger for, for pleasure. The truth of the matter is before you get married are advised men to make sure. Coming from a good place of thority. And even if he was coming from a place of authority does not mean that the woman can obey him but he has as long as he has. As long as he comes from a place like referring to for me. I have a difficult. I have a very difficult life. Everybody knows it, and she doesn't mind anymore because she knows he's says troop. I have been married more than sixty fifty six sixty five. I can't remember to too many where the point is, she's always been. Hateful seek footy. Hateful saying things to people about something I've never done as affected my family, too. But the reason why I'm saying this is because I have understood all these things. But she cheat doesn't like the fact that I see through. And she is, is very difficult to say a few minutes, but the more she got upset because you couldn't make me upset the six you got the sticker. She got the angry as she got because you never got away, as you go to if she would have had a good heart, which he does have somewhere down there somewhere. I waited for all these years. I've watched carefu- never run away, never get upset, and all my problems never came from her. It was a learning curve, along curve to understand what I am speaking about. So I would have died because my wife is very strong and difficult ferry strong and. Copy me. But, but I'm trying to say is the more she tries to upset me the stronger I became as a man, I didn't. And she got upset because you can't upset me is true that anybody who tries to upset me. Gets upset because they can't they context end themselves. They can't get anything out of me. The more they try. Upset that get stronger. I become in my crater. He cannot take me from my crater. I have the power to take you from your talk creator. And that's what so you'll see people who are wicked. Make it really wicked people.

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Saint Cecilia Catholic Church, Dallas Police Department And Dallas discussed on Glenn Beck

Glenn Beck

01:19 min | 1 year ago

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

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Who Is Viktor Orban? The Far-Right Leader Who Sat Down With Trump

All In with Chris Hayes

04:37 min | 1 year ago

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

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French Government, Burkina Faso And Benin Elliott discussed on Radio Yesteryear

Radio Yesteryear

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

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

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Judge rules Daniel Pantaleo must face CCRB trial over Eric Garner death

Q

01:30 min | 1 year ago

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

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Who protects you from making a bad purchase... on your smart speaker?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:30 min | 1 year ago

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

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Womens under-representation in disarmament discussions should be key talking point

UN News

07:59 min | 2 years ago

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.

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Trump Organization Sues Over House Panel Subpoena

WSJ What's News

03:06 min | 2 years ago

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

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"thority" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"thority" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"Because then you're going to lose track because you can't micromanage everything that's going on so gift to supervise you have to check back in. But you can't micromanage. Principle number seven train, your men as a team the duty of every leader includes the development of teamwork through and thorough through the thorough training of his command. Whether it be squad or an army group modern armies are complex organizations involving many different arms and services all working together as a team toward a common end each part of the team must understand where it fits into the common effort the commander who fails to foster teamwork while training. His command will not obtain the desired degree of unit efficiency so principle number seven train your men as a team. Principle. Eight. Make sound and timely decisions. The ability to make a rapid estimate of the situation and arrive at a sound decision is essential to leader. He must be able to reason logically under the most trying conditions. He must decide quickly. What action is necessary in order to take advantage of the opportunities as they occur. The vacillating commander. Not only will be unable to employ his command defectively, but would create vacillation lack of confidence. Hesitated? In indecision within the command itself. The ability to make sound and timely decisions can be acquired by constant study. And by training in making estimates on the other hand when circumstance when circumstances dictate a change in plan, the able leader will act promptly without fear that the command may consider such action as vacillation so. Yeah, you gotta make good decisions. And then if you make a bad decision, you say, hey that was wrong. We're moving to this other direction. Now, my boss, let's roll. Principle nine. Seek responsibility and develop a sense of responsibility among subordinates. This is about ownership. The leader must be quick to seize initiative in the absence of instructions from his superior by seeking responsibility, the leader develops himself, professionally and increases his potential ability proper delegation of thority is a sound attribute of leadership the commander than hold to subordinate strictly responsible for the results in rarely the methods of procedure. So what he's saying? There's you tell people what to do not. How do you let them figure out the methods of procedure such action by the commander in genders trust, faith, and confidence? So when I give someone a mission, and I don't tell them specifically every little detail of how I want it done. Just let them run with it. That means they know God, I trust them and that develops trust back in my direction for me. If it develops initiative and wholehearted cooperation reluctance to delegate authority often is the Mark of retarded growth in leadership. So secret sponsor -bility, but more important give that responsibility give that ownership down the chain of command principle, ten employer command in accordance with its capabilities to employ his command properly leader must have a thorough knowledge of the tactical administrative capabilities and limitations of his command. He must assign objectives that are possible of attainment. That's a good one. Sometimes I see business leaders. You know, they're all fired up and they throw things at their teams that are not achievable. And I'll say, we'll do you think they can really pull it off a little note the, but you don't want to give them that good stretch goal. And meanwhile, no one thinks they can even hit the goal. So they don't even try, you know, you can see this all day with kids if they if you give them something that's that they that they figure out that they can't achieve all they'll to stop trying. And it's the same thing with adults human nature. Mixson? Is that what it's called the stretch goal? Yeah. That's what sales people and other people do but sales groups that companies they'll call it a goal ago. We got our stretch goal. Got. We've got a stretch goal. We're going to self.

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"thority" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"thority" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Thority say American Kimberly sue Endicott in her Ugandan guy. John Paul Morandi were rescued in neighboring Congo five days after being abducted from Uganda's big national park. We've seen images of Kimberly sue and of John Paul back at the lodge where they originally began their journey last Tuesday, both looking tired, but both safe and well and sleeping in a clean bed. For the first time in five nine ABC's e impaneling Uganda. Homeland security secretary Christian Nielsen resigned. Amidst President Trump's growing frustration over Central American families crossing the southern border customs and border protection. Commissioner Kevin michelina. Now acting secretary three departments in charged with controlling the border. Where President Trump says there is a crisis right now interior department defense department, and they put my homeland security are now all being run by acting secretaries. That means there temporary. They haven't been confirmed by the Senate. So how impound? Can they really be ABC's tear appel Mira? Mr. Trump no longer has to use. I'm being audited. As a reason why he won't release his tax returns acting White House chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, was asked on Fox News Sunday, if the democratic controlled House Ways, and means committee will get six years of President Trump tax returns as requested never nor should they keep in mind that that's an issue that was already litigated during the election voters knew the president could have given his tax returns. They knew that he didn't and they elected him. Anyway, congress in the revenue act of nineteen twenty four gave it self the power to compel the Treasury Secretary turn over any requested. Tax returns, Chuck's Iverson. ABC news British subject Andrew Roberts living legally in Hawaii is suing that state to get a gun licence Hawaii restrict guns to US citizens roberts's lawsuit asserts that violates the fourteenth amendment's equal protection clause judgment eventually make that decision. You're listening to ABC seven CD WTMJ Bill wealth management studios is us radio. WTMJ?.

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"thority" Discussed on Shareable

Shareable

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"thority" Discussed on Shareable

"I trust them to show me how to use it properly. So that's really the sweet spot. I think is helping brands figure out what is your lane. What is your area of thority when it comes to content because when you step outside of that? That's when you start to confuse people. That's when it starts to feel contrived and force and feel like it's unnatural. And why is this brand telling me about this thing? I think most the places where brands can add the most value is education in particular. Right. Where they're saying. This is something that we happen to know a lot about this is what we do every day, or this is the product that we create how we do it. That's something that people are curious about, you know, I do wanna know where where the beans for my coffee come from. So I appreciate that video interview with the farmer or the tour of the farm where those beans come from. You know, those kinds of things are interesting to me as a consumer. You know, if if it goes a step further, and they're talking about something totally unrelated to their products their services or the relationship that we have with them as consumers, then it starts to feel like there's some sort of, you know, CD objective that that isn't gonna sit right with us yet. And I think as long as kind of two one thank you for all of this. Because I think it helps to clarify for a lot of us that know, I'm partially partially in this industry of being near and around eight of advertising by being in social influence or marketing content. But I think for a lot of listeners who may not be a part of this. They hear native advertising, and they immediately jump to the worst. So it's really nice to hear that there are efforts being made to provide disclosures into, you know, create high quality content that stays within the lane. And I think kind of to sum it up that this is advertising. So people do probably expect it to have some sort of objective, and as long as it stays in lane that'll make sense and as long as it's disclosed than it's not shady. So all of that makes sense..

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"thority" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"thority" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Oh 'cause I was talking about that the joke at the beginning. And the end of that of that movie. In a weird night. Stones and bottles. Donate Christian in video. I sent police told Christians leave or go to jail for causing a scene. I can't open video. Send me the video to my Facebook page. I can open it there. I can't open video here. And where was the video taken and where where was the video sourced from? If you send me stuff in this. This is a cool thing. But there do need to be a few general guidelines, if you see something, and you think I want him to know about it. Send it to me. But when you send it to me, if all it is is a YouTube video and somebody with a camera that there's not what's the word providence with that. There's not documentation or thority, whatever if you send me stop super cool. But tell me where you got it and tell me where it came from. You'll be just send me a video. And like, I said if you send videos here can open them, I tried to open one wants a giant metal hand comes out of the ceiling and pummels you Bishop into Nora, your Katy k hi Bishop. Does it update air into nor newly while analysts wrong with the government in congress? The whole town six thousand five hundred people off because of something is wrong with the guys find out one door by door knocking on people's doors coming in checking their meet us as we speak right now. All right. So you've nobody's got gas into Nora right now. Nobody right now they're going from door to door trying to find a somewhere on a gas line somewhere. In in the town of borough of dinar, all the gas company trucks are going door to door. Okay. And I it's a shame because see our our our lives, and nor our old lives. And this is what I've been saying for the past couple of years the infrastructure. That's where the money needs to be put at between bridges put in a new live in different. You know, a lot of these cities and towns their minds are so old. It's specific I think even in Pittsburgh lines. Oh, yeah. And they need we but everybody sand area. No money. Well, I agree with you that the infrastructure is a mess Bishop. You're exactly correct. And it's going to take a whole lot of money, and that's money that. I don't know I understand making waken America secure for my safety. But maybe not to the the extent that bridge doesn't get built nine ball and die. Los lobos. That's who it was. Piffling the opening credits. I remember it's Lobos. I remember that at one time one night, maybe something like that. But his loss Lobos that first song and colors. And if you want a Los Lobos primer, I would recommend the record Kiko. Absolutely brilliant. And so are they buy almost positive that? It's lost. Lobos? Look it up. Now,.

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"thority" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"thority" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"But we actively participate in a comedy community and podcasting world. It's also notorious for rape and know that I think is the same level of rape as your average office, your average and it's not it's not an authority to you comedy, same level. Right? Because I think it's more I think it's the same level of rape, and I also think it it doesn't matter. The church has a thority over people to like the government. The government have thority over people, don't they have disproportionate power. Same as your boss, your boss has the one percent. It has different kind of thority. This is worldwide to say your man of the church. You know, that's it's different if your government your your policy making making policies. Yeah. I guess these institutions in like encourage group thinking, which is really the main thing that is super, super damaging, but I almost mandatory for households don't forget like comedy, you have to go see your like bring it to you. It's not mandatory. It's not. It's not a policymaker it's not. It's it's not an authority over you. It's you making celebrity in thority. Sure. Yeah. I think that like we, we have to green in. I guess there's some industries where you have to green light, and now it's it's getting easier to not to not say yes to agree, just stuff, but comedy or tack, or like there's certain industries that if you participate in, you have to kind of look the other way at certain shit. I think all of them. Look at the science community, how much you know the anti female much they have to deal with and how few of them there are. No, that's that's bullshit. On the level of comedy, you know everyone has their thing, but when you're talking about I talk directly to God and then I go, fuck a kid. Yeah, come on. That's true. Well, this is going to be a weekend. How are you going with? I'll is that the plan? Yes. So it's not the kids there. Not go to church. Obviously, there's going to be religion talks. There's no question about the top, which I don't mind you think of course. Oh, okay. So you won't go, of course, talk is Kyle and they'll be talk to her. Is she religious or she religious family? She was raised Catholic, I believe. All right. So one point you're she's pretty. She's raised Catholic Iran, would you can always just make that up? Right? Sure. But it's the truth. Yeah. Well, ends going to be then there's a follow up. Hemmed couldn't have been like, I'm Kath. Okay. Do when my name is Mary. I'm Italian. Well, they never heard the word Kyle before in their lives. Never mind for girl. So this is already blowing their mind. Digging think she's chins who knows who knows who knows go, no, because you said something they might think it's something you can't even imagine yet. Would you stay with them or would you may be standing like a hotel or some earth too far from there are hotels I would. I would plan on staying with them on an adult. I can look for the night at anytime. Cher that hiking leave the price, fax me. I'll pack my GI Joes right now. I didn't start a whole podcast because I hate you. Bottle. Biography is not about all. My correspondence, I copy and paste and put into not a biographer when my mom will cry over me, not going to church, but now that's she has Alzheimer's show forget in a minute, so it shouldn't be too bad. I'm saying she has Alzheimer's. She believes she has Alzheimer's. Another brother of mine has said that it is getting bad. I have a witness that, but I have. Been with wait a minute. I was over there not too long ago. Right? You went their first thanksgiving recently doesn't feel like is too long. The reason why I know that because you're Tinder picture, is you eating food at thanksgiving..

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"thority" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"thority" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"And then they also use that phrase that insidious phrase the enemy of the people to describe people who are undesirable who stand up to the thority of the leader, and that's what Trump is doing. And I think you know, if you look for parallels in Trump's language in liberal or democratically elected leaders throughout history, you cannot find any. These are not people in. You do not have examples in modern Europe of people paint their enemies or political opponents as enemies of the people. You do not have them using debasing language. And so I think these are parallel trends. The enemy of the people is linked to the fact that Trump is also using words like infrastructure. Station breeding to describe immigrants at the same time that he's he's using enemy of the people like phraseology for for the press. They're both, you know, sort of two sides of the same coin. Now I remember back in June, it was the first time he had used the word infest to refer to people. That's another example of how this dehumanizing languages is happening more and more often. Now I'm sitting here thinking that's a sign of weakness, not strength that because he's not doing well or a hard time accomplishing his goals. That's why he's resorting to worse and worse language. Yes. So there's two ways to read this and that way is actually, I think, one appropriate way to think of the Trump presidency as a very weak presidency because it's so constrained and so unpopular that being said, the insidious affects of this are not necessarily on Trump's ability to achieve anything himself. It's on the trickle down effect of dehumanizing language. And what a lot of research shows is that Wynonna thority figure or president in this case. Decides to humanize large groups of the population or large groups of what are deemed undesirable segments of the population among the political base, those people are more likely to be aggressive towards that subset of the population, and it's more likely that there will be violence against them. And that's the thing where you know, you can. You can be critical of what I'm saying and say, oh, this sounds alarmist, but the reality is that you need to be alarmed before it gets too bad before it gets out of hand. And the truth is that these are precursor signs we have. What are a series of red flags happening in American daily basis? No, this is not an authoritarian states in America. No, this is not hitler-stalin her Mao, but the echoes of those leaders rhetoric is really worrying. It shouldn't be democratic versus Republican. It should be something where we reject the idea that certain segments of the population because of their race or because of their immigration status are not viewed to be fully human. I think one of the stains on American history is how. In the constitution, black people were deemed to be three fifths of a person, and we've tried to move beyond that. But you know, now that you have this animalistic language coming back from the president, you know, is really reminiscent in some ways of how precursors to mass atrocities use the same type of language. So the example throughout history of this, Hitler referred to Jews as rats in the Rwandan genocide Hutu leaders referred to toot seizes cockroaches. Slaves in America were referred to a stock and it becomes much easier for abuses and atrocities to be committed. As soon as a large segment of the population starts to think of these groups as not fully human. And I think that's unfortunately what's going to happen among some segments of Trump's base. But in this case, says dog, he's just talking about an employee fired. Yes. So this is this is where there's the difference between the group and the individual. So the infestation, the breed, the enemy of the people. These are smears against groups there, either against the media or they're against immigrant, communities are Spanish. In this situation, it's debasing an individual and so it's it's slightly different, but it still, you know, obviously racially charged and some of Trump's most deliberate abuse in terms of intelligence, right? Something that would be something that's not fully human, something less intelligent. If you look through the tweets since he's become president. Overwhelmingly, they have that type of tack on low IQ individuals or somebody who's not smart or an idiot or fool has been directed towards minorities and women. So there there are trends here, and it's not to say that this means that Trump is the same as all of these people through history..

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"thority" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"thority" Discussed on Security Now

"Want the internet to remember GRC's IP. This is handy because longer I longer TTL's longer times to live for the cached information lessens the burden on the thority DNS server. But it means that, for example, if I wanted some agility of my IP, I wouldn't be able. To change IP's quickly. So one of the things that could be done if I were like planning to change, my IP is to if to reduce the DNS cash duration. So that query start coming more often. And that way, if I do change my IP, it'll be the the, the rest of the cashed internet will update with that new information more quickly. Anyways, what these guys have done is they've weaponized DNS cashing by by creating a spoofed DNS server, which has the raw malicious IP's for a given in this case, three different payment processing companies and super long cash times. I can't remember now what the longest DNS caches, but I mean, it's it could be many, many, many days. So they they set up these. These. Spoofed s servers put very long cash times in the DNS and DNS. The reverse of servers will sometimes not obey very short cashing. As far as I know they do obey very long caching. So that means that just a comparatively brief BGP hijack judges redirecting traffic from the true authoritative DNS server to their spoofed authorative DNS server during the period of that hijack any existing caches which which expire out on the internet in recur. Sive DNS servers will ask for an update of the IP for the now spoofed payment service. They will get the wrong. I.

"thority" Discussed on James MacDonald Podcast

James MacDonald Podcast

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"thority" Discussed on James MacDonald Podcast

"And i was a woman on the corporate ladder and and i was gonna be the head of like and someone said to me but what about god and and what about eternity and what about your family and and i was so convicted someone showed me where jesus said what shall it profit a man if he gains the whole world and loses his own soul and it stopped me in my tracks so how'd you do on the test in the bible change your mind can the bible melt your heart in the bible change your direction you say james i mean that's pretty big time you know some book two thousand years old and it's going to change completely change and being charged of my well if we were just talking about some old article from people magazine or some novel some lady wrote then but really understand we have in your hands when you're when you're talking about the bible so go to this remember that the bible is our final authority but continuing here in second peter final thority confirmed by i witnesses all right and so he says you see there notice even in the sermon itself i'm not making the sermon up the points are coming out of the passage someone say man so the second thing i'm about to say to you is the final authority is confirmed by witnesses and you need be checking to see if i got that from the bible check now second peter one sixteen for we did not follow cleverly devised myths when we made known to you the power and coming of our lord jesus we were there it is i witnesses of his majesty for when he received honoring glory from god the father and the voice was born to him by the majestic glory this is referencing his baptism this is my beloved son with whom i'm well pleased father said that jesus at his baptism as the holy spirit to send it in the form of a dove we ourselves heard this we were there man we were there man i didn't hear this from somebody else the guy writing the bible was there that's what he's saying we ourselves heard this very voice born from heaven we were with him on the holy mountain and we have the prophetic word more fully confirmed to which you would do well to pay attention as to a lamp shining dark place until the day dawns in the morning star rises in your hearts it's interesting in verses seventeen through nineteen alone and especially in verse nineteen peter himself quotes for scriptures right there and if you know how to use a bible you have some study notes and references in your bible he's actually quoting the bible as he teaches you about why he got to write some of the bible because he was there as an eyewitness now to the new testament authors it's hard to miss this to the new testament authors when they quote the old testament they're like the bible says next object they're not like hey you might wanna just think this through a little bit you know this is something worthy of your consideration it's been around for a while they quote the old testament as the authoritative word of god as jesus did and when they say as they say here it is written it is written and that's a person under the authority of the bible to talk about anymore nothing can trump that final word is that your final answer yes the bible has spoken there's really nothing else to talk about unless you go to a secular unbelieving college campus with their pseudo biblical scholarship that is nearly laughable to anyone who's actually studied the bible where they're constantly trying to undermine the credibility in the authorship of the bible for example political scholarship does never questioned cesar if you go into a political major and they're talking about a course on great political leaders through the.

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"thority" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"thority" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The sean hannity show right here on talkradio six eighty wcbs as we continue with congressman mark meadows north carolina and the chairman of the freedom caucus and you went after rod rosenstein who says the justice department won't be extorted where did those remarks come from why would he use it a legal term like that when all congress is asking for are the documents of that they can do they're constantly they can fulfil their constitutional role of oversight well rod thinks that he can bully me and he had you know a prearranged interview a great talking points well rehearsed and he thinks that he can bully me into being quiet and just going away but i can tell you he may be able to ignore me but he can't ignore the seven hundred fifty thousand people that i represent and for me it's a congressional thority that i have but i've made no threats to him i basically said all right here's what we want the consequences of not doing that might lead to impeachment down the road but even in that i've made it very clear that he has within his ability the ability to give us the documents that we've requested now he puts more more excuses then then a child trying to blame somebody else for their misdeeds than anybody i've met but rods are very learning and capable individual you don't go to penn and harvard and come come away without having some back background in what he's doing but he's also worked for the department of justice since the nineteen nineties and so when you look at this they're used to obstruct in congress but i can tell you i it's just not going to happen in this particular case all right congressman we're going to leave it there we appreciate it thanks so much for being with us and keep the good fight up sir thank you eight hundred nine four one sean tollfree telephone number if you wanna be a of the program we'll take a quick break we'll come back news roundup information overload calls straight ahead as we continue hey there's still a lot more ahead on the best of the.

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

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:33 min | 3 years ago

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

"To you is this is only a story because the nfl insists on giving you the idea that it is a pure entity that could legislate morals oh people are looking for it and saying he or do something with this i the the idea that this nobody would know when football that this is getting grandfathered in this this allegation that that this guy would climb to the height of the profession without a league that has now declared itself in thority on these things doing background checks like how not thorough or your background checks if you can't reveal an indictment like how does that happen and i'm telling you how it happens these people are not equipped for this task if our government equipped for a background check though that's simple you're right i'm no i am flabbergasted over the fact that they're they're equipped for background check to and they are quick to do that they might not be quipped to lead on how it flimsy are the background checks what we do we just called bella check well what bell jack do you though what bella check what did bob kraft do i i don't know how you handle these things okay i know what i'm saying i'm offering criticism without a solution but if i had a solution it would be football get your beak out of all this stuff you're not qualified deadspin posted an article saying they found the indictment after thirty seconds of searching nexus.

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"thority" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"thority" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"Industry congressional congress complex complex how right was he like i that's not an issue i could i'm super informed on but i mean i think that goes back to i think that was definitely an issue clearly he was aware of in speaking about but i think he was unable i think to really to force that through into an and you came as more from general and for more of a different perspective involved ex and so i an i could speak with super super thority on but but in thority on whether the military industrial complex is something whether he was right about suggesting we think about them and and what do you think the most i to be honest it's not an issue or that i've had a a lot about but but right now what do you think i think i would little concern that that's that's to be honest nonissue that i that i write about it that that i that i've noticed a lot but certainly kirk opinion you would not give an opinion you're really good at i try yeah no you're very good at ducked that question yeah you duct have really like a politician but wait a minute now so does that get difficult to step into people obviously wants you to come down on their side right have you done interviews with bright leaning places left leaning places and do they do you find that they want you to come down on their side.

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"thority" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"thority" Discussed on KOMO

"With within the white house the second the outgoing secretary of state rex tillerson has actually been very hawkish on on russia you'll remember that when he was selected for the job the worry was that he would be far too close to russia he had done a lot of business there and his career and exxon he'd been famously given the medal of a friendship personally by president putin there were pictures of that and and so on people thought that he would be he would roll over and do whatever russia wanted it was quite the opposite he was he was quite hawkish and while he to my knowledge never wait indirectly on on whether the administration should have used the sanctions thority recently it was stand to reason that it the way he spoke about russia and the kinds of of warnings he delivered on his way out even on tuesday would suggest that he would have liked tube seen the administrator writ large take a far firmer line a against election meddling in against russia russian aggression in other areas as well this goes way beyond election meddling we're now basically accusing russia of a series of of cyber attacks on our critical us infrastructure do we need to worry about retaliation from russia well yes in fact that russia has already vowed to do just that and and we don't know exactly what what that will look like the sanctions that were announced yesterday were not only against people allegedly involved in election meddling but as you say were in retaliation for what the us says was it was a concerted russian cyber attack on on us infrastructure cyber experts i am not one we'll tell you that the russians are extraordinarily sophisticated at at at cyber attacks and that this was not their most sophisticated effort and the guests is that that they were testing to see what the united states would do because russian fingerprints were so obvious on on this attack people russia may have just been trying to figure out you know what the united states would say and.

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"thority" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"thority" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"A a short i know i can ask you about this and you can talk about it for a couple of hours right give me the sixty seconds spiel four what is this net neutrality fight all about the really that the fight if the center of it is about um the fcc the thority to regulate the internet you know and you know do they have the authority to put in place some rules that will tell uh broadband companies um who were in many cases monopolised that they can't do certain things like block your your access to certain content slow things down or uh charge other companies like a google or a facebook extra fees to access customers quicker um so that's really what the debate is about and and we've got republicans who are in charge now and they're all about deregulation and they don't think that there should be um that the fcc really should have the authority to to regulate the internet and they they'd rather it be tightened open and if there's any problem will let the federal trade commission deal so can i asked you some of the the assertions alter them into questions but assertions that i see out there from the anti uh await i'm trying to triggered this right yes from the from those who are pro net neutrality rather uh they will say things like now the internet and your john oliver had a big campaign about this on his show on hbo there's a lot of celebrities that are involved this has become a cause right this has become something beyond just ate technology a simple technology and regulation debate uh people say things like well now the internet could be one hundred dollars a day for you because it's a there might be an anomaly there's only one provider in your area what's the truth of that well i think a lot of these claimed there aren't on when you have company that on it now control your act fdd internet but they also are getting into the content business.

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"thority" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"thority" Discussed on WRVA

"In the uh in times square we're going to visit new york soon uh the is that something that you think uh or at thority think that we are looking for direct isis uh uh a participation in or is that just to inspire people to do what this guy did uh you know i i it's topped with this gone i wrote about this on the on the hill a couple of weeks ago because there was so much jihad is chatter and there were so many different people uh oh so many different memes and and threats out there i mean there have been in inland in true isis chat forums there have been threats against the vatican the british royal family times square there's a whole bunch of them that have come out in the last month or so which is not unusual but the problem with islamic state threats especially when they making it a certain channels is they they tend to make good on them uh they might take them a year might take them too but eventually one of their adherence or one of their uh trained fighters depending on what kind of attack we're talking about does attempt to uh in game two a dozen times to make good on the threat i also feel a little conflicted it out there glad because we don't want to allow the terrorists to keep us in a state of perpetual fear over the holidays and i know that that's part of it right that's part of the cyber g hot gain they post all this stuff so that every person who goes to rockefeller center here in new york to see the tree gets a little bit nervous in the crowd every person who walks around the time scored their family has to think you know all was there a commotion over there what's going on unfortunately that's part of this longterm psychological warfare they are waging against us so we've got a draw this bill where we've got to create this balance between vigilance and uh anxiety and and they're playing games with that too and then the terrorists are playing games with at all the time a.

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"thority" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"thority" Discussed on WLOB

"Be as a thority but that's pointless in the eyes of the law anything he did was perfectly constitutional legal valid and we cater that's right because the constitution gives the president the dewey and therefore the power i think to take care that the laws be faithfully execute it and this duty and have been interpreted since seventeen eighty nine there was a famous debate in congress over what this meant and and the congress decided there is all that if the president is going to be able to take care that the laws be faithfully execute it which is his duty the president must be able to remove executive branch officials from office he must be able to direct and supervise and control their activities and remove them from us it office otherwise how can she'd be responsible for making sure the laws are faithfully execute it if he can't control executive branch official so what we have here the president taking actions that might otherwise fall into some obstruction of justice statute put the statute simply cannot trump the constitution the constitutional power to do these things always prevails now that's not to say that's not to say there couldn't be a situation in which the president uses or abuses rather his power in such a way that we might conclude that he's feeling two two faithfully take care but or feeling to take care that the laws be faithfully execute and i think we're far far away from that but you can imagine a situation suppose suppose uh a dozen us attorney's across.

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"thority" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"thority" Discussed on WRVA

"Four one sean our toll free telephone number hour two of the sean hannity show and they knew communications director for the president noholdsbarred obviously is anthony scaramucci how are you sir a sean it's a big honor to be on the show thank you so much for including me uh let's talk a little bit about the statement that you made here any leakers are going to be shown the door is that also include deep state leakers because it with one retur let me let me repeat that for your listener the leakers that i have control over okay toy did in the com shot now i report directly to the president at a very uh chris meeting with him this morning about some of the things that i don't like to do got hit the green light uh i met with about forty or so people in the roosevelt room here in the west wing shortly thereafter and portable laid out what i wanted to truly fear uh to make people understand where i'm coming from and so very very binary like it did jake tapper you going to leak you're going to go outside on pennsylvania avenue you can tell postcourse at the toward that simple well i if you're if you're not going to leak day you're in work you've got to make a decision i think one of the hardest things to find is gonna be one hundred and twentyfive leaks from within the intelligence community against the president i mean we had one late last week again and this one was against jeff sessions and it seems like it just never ends yeah so epa that the totally separate topic and who unfortunately it's outside of maya thority but what i will they be errors we're going to start a process of bolstering no the exposure of those as well but the only i can do here sean ended an italian expression which i know you remember from your day living on long island don't live on long island is it the fifty from the head down and so i have to fend a method everybody here that this is not going to be tolerated the internet and fighting is not going to be tolerated in your personal leaking against that your person and they want wanna use coms people in the shop to hate each other that not going to be tolerated and and the.

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