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"tide center" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

11:47 min | 9 months ago

"tide center" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"Terrible arm. But then gets funneled to another third party, which is running black lives matter as a fiscal sponsor. So if you WANNA give money to black lives matter you can't. You give it to act blue. That has a Pinky promise with this tide center, which is a far left group that is acting as a fiscal sponsor for laws matter you can't give a donation class matter. Have it have it be tax deductible? It's an unusual set of circumstances that if a similarly situated well known conservative group was involved in that'd be called for investigators. Oh my gosh and there should be investigations on either side that would do something slimy as this. Act Blue I think the latest document that I saw shows it about seven percent of what goes into act blue actually goes to black lives matter. So where's the rest of it going? whereas. I you know. I've never seen anything like this I've been. Involved in nonprofit work for twenty plus years and the idea of fiscal sponsorship i. that's something the left has been doing though when you think about it remember acorn. Kind of. The same way they had all these allegedly independent groups that would run. By one central organization and those cases, the tide center which. Is the incubator for the far left and their organizations. Yeah. I did a lot of work on the tides foundation and called many many names. Nobody did anything about it, and now look at the Juggernaut that they that they are any comment on on. You know two hundred, million dollars plus being gathered from donations from homeless people or people that don't have a job. It's an awful lot of money. Isn't it? Dumb? It is a lot of money and again the area political fund raising the report, what they report, and unless someone's willing to get behind the numbers and get behind see the self reporting. this is going to go on not only with act blue, but everyone else and act lose suggests that the reason that they have all these unemployed people as because they're homemakers or they're wealthy and they don't need to report anything other than being. I'm self employed but. You know it highlights the fact that a lot of money sloshes around our political system and despite all these laws for transparency, which I really don't put much faith in any way both principle and impractical span practical issues a practically speaking. it's hard to track all the money's coming from, and so all is concerned about foreign funding. You know there are a lot of easy ways for for national support in our election system without getting caught in an improper way. All right. Let me change the subject. There is a story that I read. well-documented well, source and I am not seeing it anywhere. That the actual whistle blower during the impeachment was Vin man himself Lieutenant Colonel Kinman, was the guy who was on the phone call was disturbed as in his own words because it was going against policy that he agreed with and and had worked hard on and wanted to see pursued. And he'd he went and talked to schiff I understand this, right? He couldn't be the whistle blower because he was on the phone call. So they needed a another guy and he went and told someone about it and said, blow the whistle go to shift go these people and blow the whistle. Is that do I have that right? I think it's I think it's close enough it became pretty clear during the impeachment hearings themselves when he was questioned on it but then men that had talked to the alleged whistleblower that shifts colluded with an properly in my view, you know my concern is always be been that. Either just because someone else is has a national security clearance it doesn't mean you can tell them everything that anything you want just because I if it's classified, they have to have a need to know and if he was improperly sharing the contents of that classified cool eight with his brother or be with his buddy over at the CIA evidently that was the actual whistleblower. who had previously in the White House both under Obama and trump that would have been inappropriate and I've always I've always been I've been highlighting the need that Vincent should be criminally investigated. The whistle blower should be criminally investigated and Therese Schiff was involved in the sharing improperly plus fight information and his staff that criminal investigation should extend into the. House. So here's my frustration. A lot of this stuff tom we've had for months. Now we've known a lot of really damning stuff and it doesn't seem to be going anywhere, and if it is, it's it's going to happen during the election and then what happens after that Yeah the Justice Department It's been asleep at the switch on virtually every major corruption issue here and Durham was appointed for instance in April of last year and it's now. What seventeen eighteen months later? Use My fingers to count. Reside One Plea agreement that was kind of half baked. Just handed to him on a silver platter by the G.. Eight last year. Nothing else no report. Maybe someone's being targeted maybe struck gets I don't know what in many ways it's too late. If he does it now politic politically it's going to cause in mouse Maelstrom. which is unnecessary, and then be as you point out after the election depending on who wins that either Lizard is. So. What happens I mean we have a horribly corrupt system that I wouldn't want a Democrat or Republican to have to go through I don't care who it is, but it is we have seen now a deep state we're seeing it with the CDC. The CDC yesterday we found out is going forward with their their their critical race theory education even though the president has signed a directive that no one in the administration, no one in our government is supposed to be holding those things. They just thumbed their nose up I mean we have a constitutional crisis. because. There's there's no one that has answer. Answering for any of these things WHO's in charge? Much, right I. I've I've been highlighting crisis. It's called. The problem we have is we don't even have self-government anymore you know is it consent of the government when we elect Congress and they don't do anything and Just write checks and keep their eyes closed the rest of the time. Oh, the agencies don't think they're accountable says the use of the President or the American people and depending on WHO's the president the President doesn't act like he's account what we saw that with President Obama, and in terms of the CDC and these other agencies you, there's this casual sedition that goes on it's more dramatic. and It's happening virtually every day I'm sure the is frustrated by it but if I were him in terms of like the Obama gave all the corruption, I would just go declare transparency emergency tell the agencies release everything you have. Stop Stonewalling. For instance, we just got the the documents about the wiped phones by Muller's Team Twenty, seven, thirty, one however you counted. I don't know if you've been able to wipe your own phones but I've never. Out How that could be no I don't know how to do that. Yeah, DOJ's had the document for a year. Year. We'd be Fr- we actually I asked for the information back in December or the beginning at the end of two thousand eighteen sued a year ago. So let's say the clock began went then busby generous. They sat on it for a year. They are still hiding struck page documents they're still hiding text messages. We just sued for vouch email I don't know. I'm not necessarily necessarily because she didn't anything wrong. We wanted to know CDC communications with WHO in China early days of. The Virus to see what the lies were that we were being told, they're telling us, they can't get to the. Until at the only at a rate of five hundred pages a month, which means eight thousand pages will be reviewed and that means we won't be getting them until. Do the math at twenty, twenty two. What's happening what's happening to them for the rule of law? It's a contempt for the rule of law within the agencies and the president's appointees don't give a rat's tail about this transparency they don't, and it's resulting as you point out a real law crisis. So, what is going to have it? We can't continue as a nation. We have no trust in anything we see people getting away with it. We I see reports FBI is looking into the funding of black lives matter and and. And these protests. Guys is not that hard. It's not that hard and it feels like we're looking and looking and looking, and then nothing happens. When is I mean? How do we survive Tom? If nothing is done. Well. It's a challenge in and I say that traditional watches one way for work we Kinda keep the government it seems like it's completely out of control, but we bring it back down to Earth using the rule of law and the accountability of free information, the freedom of Information Act. So there's a an ability to petition the government under our Constitution that we have to exercise more forcefully and more regularly the left is quite adept. At. Getting information out to destroy their political opponents from the government. Here, we want to figure out about the corruption government and judicial watch is often alone pushing for it. Congress has got over Florman, restore itself and certainly the agencies has got to be killed and cut back 'cause the abuses will increase in metastasized the bigger and bigger government gets in my view it's. Taking fifty thousand you. Big Government, big secrecy, big corruption, big oppression they all go hand in hand. And you gotTA, pull it all back. You GotTa curtail the government. Ensure transparency reform and restore the congress and the president and Cabinet Agency heads who take this seriously in my view. Are, like a a waste of time the cabinet agency heads doing their jobs that's that's what they should be do has the heads of the agencies should be Geez. I don't know if I try. I don't know if I trust. I'd like as many is checking on these guys as possible. But the I G are or creature of the deep state, and our experience used both suppress information and target whistle blowers. That's what they are remember they weren't put in there by the good guys are in there by the radical left Gusau needs to control the presidency to keep the.

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"tide center" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

08:05 min | 9 months ago

"tide center" Discussed on 600 WREC

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No cost to you Do your own homework. But these are the people that we've interviewed and we've looked at their record and we monitor Every day to make sure that everything is going exactly the way we would want it to go. If we were buying the house, it's real estate agents I trust dot com Go there now. Sell or buy your house the right way. Realestate agents I trust dot com Tom Fitton is the president of Judicial Watch. He has really Judicial watch has done so much in regard to keeping The truth out there they have been, you know, entering FISA? Ah, not FISA, but yeah, Freedom of information. Next. That's not fight. It's ah Foo Foo lies. If I Yeah, fo wise to get for years to get the documents that show what's happening to this administration is not true. All of the things on impeachment. A lot of that came out because of judicial watch Tom. Welcome to the program. Jake. Run. Thank you. We don't do fries is yet although who knows? Yeah. Depends on who's in in office. Maybe maybe you will. I want to. I want to talk to you about several things. First of all, Act Blue. Are you following act blue at all? Wei have been certainly their fundraising for black lives matter. Global Foundation has been of interest to us of Act. Lewis, a conglomerate of organizations, they do the political fundraising. For campaigns and candidates. Askew pointed out there that pack activity but separately, they raise money through this terrible arm. That thing gets funneled to another third party, which is running black lives matter as a fiscal sponsor. So if you want to give money to black lives matter, you can't You give it to act blew that has, I guess Pinky promise with this Tide center, which is a far left group that is acting as a fiscal sponsor for black lives matter. You can't give a donation of black lives matter that we have it. Have it be tax deductible. It's an unusual set of circumstances that If a similarly situated, well known conservative group was involved in that be called for investigator. Oh, my gosh, and there should be investigations on either side that would do something as slimy as this. Actblue. I think the latest document that I saw shows that about seven per cent of what goes in tow. ActBlue actually goes to black lives matter. So where's the rest of it going? Where's the rest of the go? I don't You know, I've never seen anything like this Does it involved a nonprofit work for 20 plus years and the idea of a fiscal sponsorship. That's something the left has been doing, though. When you think about it, remember Acorn? Yeah. They kind of operated the same way they had all these allegedly independent groups that will run By one central organization. In this case, it's the Tides Center, which is the incubator for the far left and their organizations. Yeah, I did a lot of work on the Tides Foundation and called many, many names. Nobody did anything about it, and now look at the juggernaut that they that they are any comment on You know, $200 million plus being gathered from donations from homeless people or people that don't have a job. It's an awful lot of money, isn't it? A lot of money and again the area political fundraising. They report what they report and unless someone's willing to get behind the numbers and get behind Thie is the self reporting. This is going to go on. Not only with that blue but everyone else and Ah ah, a clue suggests that the reason that they have all these unemployed people as because they're homemakers or their wealthy and they don't need to report anything other than being I'm like her self employed, but You know, it highlights the fact that Ah ah lot of money sloshing around our political system. And despite all these laws for transparency, which I know we don't put much faith in any way. They both principal and impractical and practical issues are practically speaking. Ah, it's hard to track all the money is coming from and so always concerned about foreign funding. You know, there are a lot of easy ways for foreign national support to Spain, our election system without getting caught, and in a proper way. Alright, only change the subject. There is a story that I read well documented Well source, and I am not seeing it anywhere. That the actual whistle blower During the impeachment was VE Inman himself. Lieutenant Colonel ve Inman was the guy who was on the phone call was disturbed as in his own words because it was going against the policy that he Agreed with and had worked hard on and wanted to see pursued. And he he went and talked to Schiff. If I understand this, right? He couldn't be the whistleblower because he was on the phone calls, So they needed a another guy. And he went and told someone about it and said, Blow the whistle. Go to shift. Go these people and blow the whistle. That is that Do I have that right? I think it's I think it's close enough. Ah, it became pretty clear during the impeachment hearings themselves when he was questioned on it had been been had talked to the alleged whistle blower. That shift colluded with properly in my view, you know, and my concern has always been that Just because someone else is has a national security clearance. It doesn't mean you can tell them everything that anything you want, just because if it's classified, they have to have a need to know. And if he was improperly sharing the contents of that classified Colin hay with his brother or be with his buddy over the CIA, Evidently that was the actual whistleblower who had previously In the White House, both under Obama and Trump. That would've been inappropriate and I've always I've always been. I've been highlighting the need that Vin men should be criminally investigated. The whistleblower should be criminally investigated, and Viguerie shift was involved in the sharing and properly classified information in his staff. A cripple investigation should extend into the house. So here's my frustration. A lot of this stuff, Tom we've had for months now we've known a lot of really damning stuff..

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"tide center" Discussed on In the News with Mike Dakkak

In the News with Mike Dakkak

07:25 min | 11 months ago

"tide center" Discussed on In the News with Mike Dakkak

"Was what is raising money using act blue as a resource and a lot of people on the right are making a big deal about that. Blue is just technology company. That's not where the story is in my humble opinion They just they built APP. So if you have a foundation and you WANNA, start accepting donations. And you don't have the manpower or the know how to build an APP. Let's say that people can use their smartphones to donate to you on. you go to act blue. Act Blue is a technology company they they'll. They'll build that APP for you an exchange. They'll take a small cut. I. Think somewhere around four percent a little less than four percent of every donation made. So they build the APP for you in exchange, they take a small cut of every donation made using that APP. Well, if you don't to black lives, matter you have to go through Act Blue Okay Fair enough there at technology company. That's that's not what grabbed my interest. What did grab my interest is that it's been reported black lives matter. First of all is not a nonprofit organization. It's a corporation, but they function as a charity. Okay. Let's not get lost in those weeds either. They. Raise money through what's called a fiscal sponsor. And, that fiscal sponsor is a nonprofit organization called thousand currents. And thousand currents on their website when they described their relationship with black lives, matter you know what exactly is a fiscal sponsor? It says, and I'm quoting here in this capacity right there on the website and the thousand currents website. It says in this capacity, we provide administrative and back office support. Including Finance Accounting Grants Grant Management Excuse me insurance human resources, legal and compliance. Donations to black lives, matter are received as restricted, donate to support the activities of black lives, matter and other words. They're the people running it. Black lives matter does not run black lives matter they're run by all of these other organizations. It's reported shortly after that. That a woman by the name of Susan Rosenberg is serving as Vice Chair of the board of thousand currents. This is the fiscal sponsor black lives matter. By the way after that's revealed. The. Wicked pedia link two, thousand currents no longer seems to work. Okay. Susan Rosenberg. If you're not familiar was a member of the weather on the ground there a terrorist group in authority. Say they claim that she played? A role in several domestic terrorist attacks she was convicted. For some of those roles back in one, thousand, nine, hundred, five, she was sentenced to fifty eight years in prison. She had only served sixteen of them when she was pardoned by President Bill Clinton in two thousand and one on his very last day in office, I might add. It's also worth noting by the way that it was. It was shortly after. Tucker. Carlson Fox. News. Is Tucker Carlson ran a little mini expose on Rosenberg, spent a few minutes talking about this relationship. She had with black lives matter on his show. Shortly. After that the role that she played with black lives, matter in black lives matter fundraising. Shortly, after that Carlson's head writer is forced to resign. He's fired as a result of racist posts. He made on an Internet forum that they just apparently discovered that day. And Carlson himself is forced to take not long after that. A quote unquote long planned vacation from his show for several days. Okay Anyway. Perhaps wary of the optics of having black lives matter contributions funneled to organization not black lives matter this thousand currents organization, which is run apparently by a convicted terrorist. Democrats, and black lives matter apparently decided to make a change. Any information that Rosenberg is on the board of thousand currents has been removed from their site. The whole board of directors page is now gone. You can see a copy of it. I think Len Beck has a copy of it up on his site from using the way back machine and send our guy of an archived copy of the page. So you can go check it out for yourself and see all the board members that are on there. Also after that. Shortly after that, all the money thousand currents was receiving related to black lives. Matter has been shifted to the tide center. All assets. Holdings fiscal responsibilities have all been shifted to the tide center. The tide center is one of the many organizations being funded by George Soros. Now, why is this group being run by revolutionaries? Canadian researcher. Named Sean Paul Melville. He does a lot of kind of investigative journalism into this into this kind of thing, and I was on his website. The other day I ran across an article. That he wrote last year. In which he talks about something called a social economy. and. He says there's been a common thread in the global communist movement since nineteen. ninety-seven and it's a system that people have heard very little about, and it's called a social economy and what the social economy is is. It's a government funded sector. That doesn't produce a whole lot in profits, but it consumes a lot billions of dollars in tax dollars. Through government tax incentives, you know you can donate to foundations and charities tax free. And so a lot of corporations use those donations to offset their prophets and lower their tax bill through tax incentives, tax credits, grants, charities, foundations, nonprofits, non, governmental, organizations NGOs big one. The government has been siphoning off billions of dollars, taxpayer money, and they used to fund the social economy. It's almost almost like a money laundering scheme. And what they do is they take this money and they use that the tides foundation, which is the the parent company of the tide. Center. The Parent Foundation if you will, of the tide center. They, call this the hybrid. Universe. In which these foundations are used to bend governments to there will, this is actually what they say. The Rub of all of this that's happening right now is that it's being funded by us. When you follow the breadcrumbs all the way to the end, you find that you and I are paying for all these activities. It's clear that the depth and the breadth of the protests and violence witnessed all over the country over the last couple of months are not spontaneous. They're not organic. They're not honest and said, they seem to be the culmination of years of planning and funding. Seek out alternative sources of information. You're not gonNA, hear the stuff on CNN. You're not going to hear it on MSN. You're not even going to here on Fox, you have to seek out independent sources of information because you're being lied to were all being lights, you know people on the right. They like to say that the Matrix, the movie, the Matrix was a documentary. It wasn't fiction. It's more fact and fiction. In his time. We all start. Waking Up. Well. That's our show. Said I. Hope you enjoyed it. You have any thoughts on any of the issues we discussed, drop me a line. You can reach me at comments, I tand show DOT com. That's comments at ITN. Show DOT com. Thanks for listening everyone until next time. Take care yourselves in each other. If it's on your mind, it's in the news subscribe to end the news on both I tunes and on Stitcher. Radio. This has been in the news..

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"tide center" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"tide center" Discussed on WTVN

"Welcome so what I would call a broadcast legend I don't imagine there are many people in the country may be on the world that don't know the name Geraldo Rivera he joins us on the live line right now Mr Rivera such a pleasure to have you on this morning thank you to all banks are much it's my pleasure I'll tell you what you talk about storied careers I mean you've done just about everything a broadcaster to do how how many years have you been doing the broadcasting I am in my fiftieth year I think I'll be the seventh longest by the time I actually celebrate the anniversary on Labor Day that is incredible just incredible when you look back over your time as a broadcaster mean you feel like the remotes like this is a time where I would just stroking it I was hitting it this is when was as a broadcaster I was just on top of my game I got a great question I I think first of all that survival is my my greatest achievement just the to be a in in during figure in the in the minds of a pop culture America over you know five different decades all those different presidents all those different styles all those different wars all those different trends long hair short hair apps platform shoes was polyester shirts that disco Vietnam War you know the eighties the seventies my goodness and then the talk show years getting in the nose and all that I've been quite a ride yeah I yeah you know I think back to justice the times and I can remember things that you were doing and that's the thing I mean when you talk about being relevant you gotta talk the talk you gotta have the right look but ultimately you have to deliver the information that people want and that's the key because you know it what was popular talk about in the seventies was different in the eighties and the nineties in the two thousands and you've been able to just to keep navigating offering thank you all right I I yeah I'm pretty flexible as part of that as I do have my kids by the divorces of mushy three marriages and please re inventions you know it's been a wild ride of like the president and I have known each other since nineteen seventy six he was at my engagement party at regions Park Avenue in nineteen seventy six when he was a young developer from queens in New York the borough of queens he came into Manhattan to make a splash of men and like I the chronicle bad we became friends the study going to fights together and hanging out together and I interviewed him thirty five times as fate would have it I was on the last season of the apprentice with them just before he announced his run for the presidency so to watch it this whole process with an old hangout buddies the commander in chief is kind of it's good if we did this there's not a lot of people on the planet can say one of my old hang out but he's now the president it is it's fun to you from time to time there's there's no doubt and you know to I mean I got a picture of your pin from me here with your new podcast which I definitely want to talk about road kill but you know I I look at you there's a lot of people that have been around a long time because they're kind of like every man they kinda you know just kind of are able to to kind of go along with the flow and they just look like what you want to look like you got kind of a a unique look well I mean Hey there it's always been my costar and they carry a came from their generation yeah I repair the must as I've always had a relatively distinctive look but you know it it's funny toll it looks in that kind of stuff doesn't last very long what what last you is is energy and you know doing the job conveying I you know what's happening to folks how you feel about what's happening you know trying to see where the stuff is going you know before it gets there it's it's it's it's very kinetic there's a lot of the energy a lot of concentration a lot of flexibility you know I I will remember just a few months ago I actually on the front page of my book desperado shows a picture of me in Columbus on top of that big that Marriott that state historic building it you know so I I was doing a story that they're about in your in your town about the opioid epidemic the you know the capital city and and I originally was dealing with yeah we're we're like the we're ground zero or like the epicenter for a lot of that stuff having me having tracked it from the original epidemics of the nineteen seventies to now I you know I tend to bring some expertise chops to the games are helpful no doubt no doubt so just like we talked about through your career fifty years you try to stay on top of what's hot what's hot right now people of podcasting wanna download listen on their own time you've got a new one it's called road kill first of all why the name road kill well my old boss my late boss Roger ailes late lamented or unlimited depending at point of view of boss Roger ailes told me when I was Christiane issues you know he insisted that I you know come on be sharper you know they they promoted he actively promoted the conservative point of view the hard right point of view I said Roger I'm not hard right it's not my seat is a way you never going to be on top of this game and I said well I'll take my chance you know where and he said with the only thing in the middle of the road is road kill that's where I got the idea as I am in the middle of the road I try to be moderate take you know when the right is right I try to say that when the left is right I tried to say that you know I may I may be just the tide center right because my relationship with the president but I really am in the middle of the road and I think that is the you know the view is fine from the middle of the road is funny too because I imagine there's times when people on the left upset you because they think you're too far right and then vice versa there's times when people on the right are like no no no you're way too far left that's that's kind of a sign that your your walk that middle line and sometimes right in the same conversation around the same I you know typically I'd be on the five of you doing the story a very supportive of the president's board of president I have president trump is right the mainstream media's trying to screw him you know that distorting this that and in the same conversation say but I don't like the president's policies on immigration you know some of the other issues where we have that knocked it just to show you you know the the I I detest the some of the language about the wall and you know about about immigration particularly at some of the world or about abortion and pro choice you know there are some things that that happened that I believe that the rights not always right about although I must say as of right now if I had to tell you I was voted for or as of right now would be president trump conscious of the desert road kill podcast I mean do you do interviews is it just you talking about the events what what do you do two weeks ago that the the hottest one right now roadkill is my interview two weeks ago with that Donald Trump okay it was forty five minutes long it's absolutely un edited they talked about everything including the virus you know I I it's a good place for people to start and if you did that then I think you'll like every week we try to I think it might take what's his what's the what's the view from the battered metal in the so far so good to finance.

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"tide center" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"tide center" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Chain every day. Oh my God. Everyone cries air. Right. Yes. Billionaire president of the United the leader of the free world. Also, sad wine bad that he's a billionaire leader of the free world. You know, live in the White House and fly on Marine One and Air Force One. And it's so tragic, and you also said about his I'm going to give ordered a plus treatment for Alabama. You said you'll never see plus treatment tweet for California Puerto Rico sixty percent of the nation is either escape go for Trump or an outright enemy, he rewards friendly states and punishes the unfriendly ones, this ought to be the basis for abuse of power impeachment article. Yeah, every every day a new, you know, and it's bright. Yeah. But the thing about that tweet seventy is he deleted it is eight plus treatment for Alabama tweet because I think he discovered. Oh, wait, I'm the president of the whole country. Not just the red state. What he's doing what he's not? He's not. He has no desire to be. No, no, no. He doesn't he doesn't. This is a case where I think someone said to him you can't tweet that in Hebrew grudgingly said fine. I'll delete it and been through his phone across the room or something like a rat on this is what he does your final tweet that. I love is. Is he seriously taking credit for caring HIV? I mean, he does announce things that are general news as if he had something to do with it. Right. Right. Right. And and they'll figure out some to Kellyanne Conway will figure out some way to say, you know, Mr. Trump could came up with the funding in the scientists that and did this and that and that the curing of aids in the, you know, just like, oh, my God, you there's just no possible way. He just, you know, this is he is a BS machine. I mean, I've never seen a BS machine of this quality standard. He is sending out the highest quality BS we have ever seen from that off. I know you're right. You can you can imagine Kellyanne Conway saying anything like the tides. We didn't have those before we because the President Trump type. Again, and then and then all the red head start cheering. Yeah. You know, we're responsible for the time. Yes. Bringing the tide center tied out what magic is creating these tide. Well, it's Donald Trump. Do you want to play our favourite daily game show in that is what degree of war of the roses hate sex, George and Kellyanne Conway having presently because he is at troll level. He just tweeted last year Trump said when he heard I forgot about this you remember this last year Trump said I he heard I was first in my class at the university of Pennsylvania's Wharton business program, but Trump's name does not appear on the school's dean's list or the list of students received academic honors class of nineteen sixty eight. And then there's obviously reports of the complete spasms out. He had to to threaten and cover up like having any school, including his high school releases grades, right? Yeah. Yeah. Well, you know, it's funny when he gets into superlatives like, I'm the greatest. Accomplished. All these things always reminds me. And you'll appreciate this reminds me of like Howard Stern at his peak. Where Howard was saying that had he literally invented everything that has to do with radio. Well, he did since he's our colleague here on siriusxm. He did I will defend that. Okay. Okay. Donald Trump thinks he literally everything that everything is great that happened. He's responsible for Donald Trump has a hand all of the greatness. And at all, you know, again, it's all playing into his brand, which is always winning and always cheerleading for himself. Right. What I'll find the story. But I think it was right. When he challenged. He kept challenging Obama to release his grades. There was like an all he did like a frantic push to make sure none of schools released is knowing what shocking news to unite that. He is a dump okay. Yeah. Yeah. In the first reading thing is again, you know, we say all these things, and and we do have to keep saying because at some point I, you know, I feel like it's eventually going to stick to the wall. I it doesn't it just doesn't crack that bubble yet. And I think at some point soon, I hope there will be something that will come along and crack that Alex news bubble finally convincing people to see the life on this absolutely one hundred percent presidential crisis. Absolutely. Thank you cop crisis. You said it best. Thank you. Bob ceska. Thank you. Stephanie Miller, you are so hot you could melt the snow in DC. So don't you worry with that weather face? Oh, help me. I can't this. I am seasonal affective disorder or something. I can't deal with this weather. How people live here. How is that possible? Aztec sad. Didn't you grow up there? Yes. I did. Long. I can as a buffalo girl, I can testify. You're a giant see when you grow up your blood thins out. It's a whole it's a whole thing. 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"tide center" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"tide center" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Dan, just wanna make sure you aren't washing me out of your life. I mean, I showed up for you every single day. That's loyalty over Danny who let's hang out again soon. Sorry, dandruff Carl said so long to embarrassing flakes inch with the powerful relief of cells and blue dandruff shampoo uses directed. John Roth dean. Studios getting his jet for an SEC showdown between number one Alabama number sixteen. Mississippi state. This is the KFC pre-game Joan try KFC's karnal sandwich. One of six five dollar Phillips comes with wedges a cookie and a drink. It's finger licking good. We are joined right now by crimson tide center. Ross Pierce Balkar Ross you're a senior you've been around this program for a long time. What would you say the biggest keyed Alabama success in football? I think, you know, not being complacent and getting comfortable coach Sabin and the coaching staff does a really good job of just sent a culture out here that we always need to improve no matter what the score outcome was. We've never played a perfect game and that casualness causes casualties. So I think that just going forward just continuing to improve. And just kind of, you know, keep your head to the ground. Keep working you've moved to center from guard. What is it been like dealing with that transition? I think it's gone, really. Well, so far, you know. I mean, there's always been some bumps in the road. Just learning new position for the first time trying to play at the highest level against great defensive linemen. We can week out. There's been challenges for sure, but you know, I think so far it's gone. Well, you know, like you said I've been around the program for a long time and just kind of knowing the knowledge of the offense all the calls or something like that's been been good so far. So your quarterback to what's Agatha Yola needs. No introduction. What makes him so special player? You know, the thing that I really enjoy about playing for two hours that you wouldn't really know that he's had the success that he's had so far. Just being around him. He just lights up a room. And it's always so just in a good mood all the time. And you know, he doesn't brag or boast reason cocky about anything so it's just playing for a guy like that. It just makes it really easy for us to be able to want to do our job to protect a guy like that. There's talent all over the field that Alabama. What is it like to be part of such a dominating team this season? It's really a lot of fun. I mean, just the coaching staffs. I have a lot of fun. The players are we're putting together a great game plans and just going out there and executing it makes practice a lot easier. You know, just knowing that we're going to go out there and Saturday and just you know, play great game. So I think for us just keeping that chip on our shoulder that, you know, people still don't really believe in this offense. They're not used to seeing you know, Alabama on offense out this about success. So they're kind of still people that aren't believing out there. So I just think keeping that chip on her shoulder and just going out there and prove people wrong, and you know, we've done that we can awake out. So. John Roth seen here in the progressive insurance studios in New York getting you set right here on the KFC pre-game show for a match of in the SEC between number one Alabama nine and overall number sixteen Mississippi State joined now by Alabama Senator Ross Pierce Barker Ross, Mississippi State comes into Bryant Denny today with upset on their mind. What challenges does the BULLDOGS defense present for you? When your offense. I mean, they present a great deal of issues..

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"tide center" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"tide center" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Three Ray Stagich from the Weather Channel Santa by Yoko. Yes, sir. So I got a doctor in here. And he's like, yeah, there's the hurricane. He I was on a we were on a trip not that long ago. And he is the macgyver of drunken doctor, basically some drunk fell down and cut himself, and I watched him superglue guys arm shot. So that's news. You can use during hurricane preparedness. Yeah. Always carrying preparedness the pocket of superglue in your pocket. That was literally superglue you put on. Yeah. That's what they're Kevin those lyrically. Superglue? I saw that in the movie why actually was making a hurricane preparation yesterday and ended up slicing my finger and are used more superglue. Okay. Whatever works, but he also pointing out that even once we get through this, regardless of the rainfall, the flooding whatever may come that. They did a big study after Katrina and the the immense amount of a higher percentage of heart attacks. Mosquito borne illnesses all of those things. Huge huge huge factor. That people aren't always thinking about on the outside. So. I air thinking about is is the I wa- collapsing. That's the theory that amateur meteorologist or giving me the Email. So collapsing. No not as impressive yesterday. Yes. The storm is weakening with maximum sustained winds. Yes. But impacts will they still be the same regardless? Yes. The water's already up some of the houses in the Outer Banks, and we're still just less than four hours from high tide center in the strongest winds in one the highest storm surge is going to be is still two hundred miles away as the crow flies so already some of the waves and the wave heights are getting into some of the structures on the Outer Banks and within the next few hours probably waves hitting some of these houses of sitting up on stilts. The Outer Banks. So it has begun to watch.

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"tide center" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"tide center" Discussed on Life of the Law

"Not all want to represent fad all of the officers in san quentin our humanitarian ends it just not but i think it's important to know that this story is not an isolated incident sale live in west block on the fourth tear and every night i listen to this officers coming down the tear and i can hear him because he's stopping at people's sale and he's asking them how they're doing and and what are they doing this weekend and how are they feeling do you know just things that human being say to each other when they want to let each other no beg you matter so every night he comes to my selden no matter what i'm doing i just style and i tell them i say can i brother and he continues any finishes his cal preparing to go home to his family but before he goes he always says can i brothers brothers sisters goodnight the song you heard woven throughout this live law special was freedom composed in performed by david jossi you can hear the full version of david song and all of the stories presented live at san quentin as we'll see photos from the night by going to our website life of the law dot org the original version of this episode episode 73 live at san quentin was produced by jonathan her i handled minor production updates on this version episode one hundred and twentyfive every broadcast live at san quentin was a coproduction of life of the law the san quentin news the san quentin prison report the society of professional journalists northern california chapter and the california department of corrections and rehabilitation life of the law is a nonprofit project of the tide center and you can still make a tax deductible donation to help covered the direct cost of producing our stories so take a minute visit our website life of the law.

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"tide center" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"tide center" Discussed on Life of the Law

"The y oh no traditions with produced by should deed wallace stepdaughter ressam thomas and a meal do weaver reporters inside san quentin state prison and the elected officers of the san quentin chapter of the society of professional journalists i recorded the holiday carols inside the prison cell blocks life of the laws senior producer is tony gannon we want to thank lieutenant sam robinson and ron davis warden of san quentin state prison for making this episode possible our postproduction editors or cures didn't jesuit heidel and rachel came rob spate of kqed in san francisco is our engineer if you're curious about the law and like been listening to ninja life of the law on itn's we have more than a hundred and twenty amazing episodes about people and the law take a few minutes to post your review like us on facebook and follow us on twitter each time we published a new episode we sent every one who subscribe to our newsletter behind the scenes look at life of the law including notes from our reporters and our listeners through a nonprofit project of the tide center an were part of the panoply network of podcasts you can also find life of the law on key are x public radio exchange were funded by the law and society association the national science foundation and by you visit our website life of the law dot org and make a very much appreciated donation to help pay for the direct costs producing our episodes next on life of the law a very special christmas day reprise episodes.

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"tide center" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"tide center" Discussed on Life of the Law

"The y oh no traditions with produced by should deed wallace stepdaughter ressam thomas and a meal do weaver reporters inside san quentin state prison and the elected officers of the san quentin chapter of the society of professional journalists i recorded the holiday carols inside the prison cell blocks life of the laws senior producer is tony gannon we want to thank lieutenant sam robinson and ron davis warden of san quentin state prison for making this episode possible our postproduction editors or cures didn't jesuit heidel and rachel came rob spate of kqed in san francisco is our engineer if you're curious about the law and like been listening to ninja life of the law on itn's we have more than a hundred and twenty amazing episodes about people and the law take a few minutes to post your review like us on facebook and follow us on twitter each time we published a new episode we sent every one who subscribe to our newsletter behind the scenes look at life of the law including notes from our reporters and our listeners through a nonprofit project of the tide center an were part of the panoply network of podcasts you can also find life of the law on key are x public radio exchange were funded by the law and society association the national science foundation and by you visit our website life of the law dot org and make a very much appreciated donation to help pay for the direct costs producing our episodes next on life of the law a very special christmas day reprise episodes.

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"tide center" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"tide center" Discussed on Life of the Law

"Our new advisory board member jessica mckellar a software developer and author and assauge you abbassi our advisory board member and professor at uc berkeley school of public health you can find links to their profiles and their work on our website life of the law dot org will be sure to add links to all of the books and articles that were referred to in this in studio on our website life of the law dot org cureton jesuits title and rachel came postproduced this episode our music was composed by ian costs howard gilman and danny brinker were engineers at kqed radio in san francisco special thanks to juliusz braun next on life of the law john phillips uso lichter herbert reul these big composers come to congress in nineteen o5 926 newlook hey guys people her going out there they're making walk cylinders they're aching discs they're making money off of our music but we're not getting paid for it that's next on life of the law if you're curious about the law and like binge listening 10 into life of the law on itn's there are more than a hundred and ten amazing episodes about people like me and you in the law take a few minutes to post your review like us on facebook and follow us on twitter each time we publishing new episode we send people who have subscribed to our newsletter a behind the scenes look at life of the law including notes from our reporters and our listeners were a nonprofit project of the tide center an were part of the panoply network of podcasts you can also find life of the law on prix public radio exchange were funded by the open society foundations the law and society association the national science foundation and by you visit our website life of the law dot org and make a very much appreciated donation to help pay for the direct costs a producing episodes such as this one i mansi mullane thanks for listening.

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"tide center" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"tide center" Discussed on Life of the Law

"If you like stories about the law but have gotten tripped up by the legal system tune into life of the law on iteens take a few minutes to post to review like us on facebook and follow us on twitter each time we publish a new episode we sent every one who subscribe to our newsletter a behind the scenes look at life of the law that includes notes from our reporters and news about upcoming investigative reports this week mary lee williams shares her experience as a graduate student at uc berkeley graduate school and she's put together a list of some graduate schools offering journalism programs for you to consider you can subscribe to our newsletter at life of the law dot org were a nonprofit project of the tide center an were part of the panoply network of podcast from slate you can also find life of the law on prix public radio exchange were funded by the open society foundations the law and society association the national science foundation and by you visit our website life at the law dot org and make a very much appreciated donation next on life of the law join us in studio whom we talked to one person serving twenty years in federal prison for her part in the crime her career ended up in all and i don't know anything about ambient hey until after the fact but apparently one of the guys locking up the stairs and dig up darko.

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"tide center" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"tide center" Discussed on Life of the Law

"Now i want to thank you all for joining for in studio what a great conversation and we got to talk about the warriors today so that's all the time we have for in studio if you have a question about the law or a news story you want us to sort out sent an email to connect at life of the law dot org be sure to include your contact info so we can follow up i'd like to thank life of the laws team brittany batorfi attorney and chair of life of the laws advisory board a soggy abbasa professor at the university of california berkeley and a member of life it allows advisory board an atom larson attorney and rider with fastbreak i'd also like to thank dream on green bob myers curtis carol kevin durant lieutenant sam robinson us and clinton's public information officer and all of the warriors fans in the cleveland fans for being part of this incredible process special thanks to nalic account for helping with production tony again and we'll senior produce and kirsten jesuits title and rachel came with life of the law will post produce this episode our music was composed by david jesse jim bennett and howard gilman were our engineers for this episode if you wanna know more about how the law works tune into life of a law on i tunes take a few minutes to post to review like us on facebook and follow us on twitter each time we publish new episode we send people who have subscribed to our newsletter a behind the scenes look at life of the law including notes from our reporters and our listeners we're a nonprofit project of the tide center and were part of the panoply network.

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"tide center" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"tide center" Discussed on Life of the Law

"That was golden state warriors dream on green and general manager bob myers speaking with curtis carol aka a wall street inside send quinton state prisons north block warriors was reported by me and produced by the kitchen sisters davian nelson and nicky selva and was mixed by jim mckey special thanks to lieutenant sam robinson saintquentin public information officer raymond ritter of the golden state warriors and all the warriors zsazsa wrench and fill green and curtis carol all for making this episode possible thanks also to to short west love fantastic nick reto and david jesse for their music are postproduction editors are cures and jesuits title and rachel came howard gilman of kqed radio in san francisco was our engineer if you're curious about the law and light binge listening tune into life of the law on itn's there are a hundred in ten amazing episodes about people life and the law take a few minutes to post your review like us on facebook and follow us on twitter each time we published a new episode we send people who have subscribed our newsletter a behind the scenes look at life of the law including notes from our reporters and notes from our listeners were nonprofit project of the tide center and were part of the panoply network of podcasts you can also find life of the law on prix public radio exchange were funded by the open society foundations the law and society association the national science foundation and by you visit our website life of the law dot org and make a very much appreciated donation to help pay for the direct costs of producing our episodes i'm nancy mullane thanks for listening.

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"tide center" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

02:19 min | 4 years ago

"tide center" Discussed on Life of the Law

"And i would also like to thank tony gaining for being are impromptu engineer it will be in the snow showers jitters ever in studio sent quentin state prison was produced by should deep bond stepped her in tony cannont we wanna thank should deed press on thomas unomil to weaver of the society of professional journalists saintquentin for making this in studio possible thanks also to assauge you bossy life of the laws advisory board member and professor uc berkeley school of public health and to lieutenant sam robinson san quentin public information officer for making this episode possible our postproduction editors are kerstin jesuits title and rachel kaine our music was composed by in costs howard gilman of kqed radio in san francisco was our engineer next on life of the law the warriors a coproduction with the kitchen sisters abroad ordinary spiritual for tutors wonder lucky days grew up in the wrong place the wrong i think when we come in brains it up a little bit we get to leave that's next on life of the law if you're curious about the law and like binge listening turn into life of the law on itn's there are a hundred and ten amazing episodes about people in the law take of humans to post your review like us on facebook and follow us on twitter each time we publish a new episode we send people who've subscribe to our newsletter a behind the scenes look at life of the law that includes notes from our reporters and our listeners were a nonprofit project of the tide center and were part of the panoply network of podcast you can also find life of the law on prix public radio exchange were funded by the open society foundations the law and society association the national science foundation and by you visit our website life of the law dot org and make a very much appreciated donation to help pay for the direct costs a producing are episodes i'm mansi mullane thanks for listening.

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"tide center" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"tide center" Discussed on Life of the Law

"Crosstown clinic is doing some renovations this month the knocking down walls and expanding the pharmacy and they hope that this will let them squeeze at least thirty more patients in dr mcdonald says just about every day someone will come up and knock on the window looking to get an but for now cross town is an exclusive club and membership is closed heroin town was produced by sam fan gordon caddick alexander kim and travis looping of the podcast cited visit their website cited podcasts dot com for more stories about how research shapes our lives life of the loss senior producers tony and are postproduction editors are cures to inch as with heidel and rachel came our engineer was howard gilman of kqed radio in san francisco the music in this episode was composed by producer in costs if you like stories about the law that have gotten tripped up by the legal system tune into life of the law on i tunes take a few minutes to post your review like us on facebook and follow us on twitter each time we publish new episode we send everyone who subscribe to our newsletter ah behind the scenes look at life of the law that includes notes from our reporters and news about upcoming investigative reports we're a nonprofit project of the tide center and were part of the panoply network of podcasts from slate you can also find life of the law on p r ex public radio exchange were funded by the open society foundations the law and society association and the national science foundation were also funded by eu visit our website life of the law dot org and make a very much appreciated donation.

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"tide center" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"tide center" Discussed on Life of the Law

"The in inaction right now knew very well be temporary mile on a thank you all for joining me for in studio this week at life at a lot this week we're in production on a story behind the scenes about a clinic in canada where junkies go to shoot up with illegal drugs paid for by tax dollars canadian tax dollars to try and stop the opioid um death that are happening in their community on will bring that to you in our next feature investigative reporter life of the law i hope you'll all join us on march seven when we publish the luckiest junkies in the world that's march seventh and then for our in studio on march twenty i when we get back together in the studio kqed do you have a question about the law do you have feedback for us about this conversation or do you have a news story that you want us to kinda sort out send an email to connect at life of the law dot org be sure to include your contact information so we can follow up i'd like to thank life of the laws team britney vod tour of attorney and share of life of the laws advisory board assauge you bosque professor at the university of california berkeley and a member of life of the laws advisory board tony gannon life allows senior producer and cures didn't jesuits heidel are postproduction editor for coming into the studio today tony gannon we'll senior produce this episode and kirsten jesuits title and rachel came will post produce are episode we'd like to thank danny bringer and howard gilman at kqed and san francisco who engineered today if you wanna know more about how the law works tune into life of the law on i tunes take a few minutes to post to review like us on facebook and follow us on twitter each time we publish a new episode we send people who have subscribed to our newsletter a behind the scenes look at life of the law including notes from our reporters and our listeners were a nonprofit project of the tide center an were part of the panoply network of podcasts from slate connecting sophisticated listeners with top publishers and thinkers you can also find life of the law on prix public radio exchange.

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