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"tillery" Discussed on Accidental Gods

Accidental Gods

01:41 min | 7 months ago

"tillery" Discussed on Accidental Gods

"Then please do it because we are right on the edge of the cliff and we need to be a net zero by twenty thirty if not before and the whole of our agro ecology system the whole of the way that we relate to the land the whole of the way that we feed ourselves and become integral parts the web of life is so foundational to how we are going to step away from there to the cliff said do what you can and do it today and we we back as ever next week with another conversation in the meantime thanks to carry a c. For the sound engineering and for the music at the head and foot thanks to face tillery for the website. And the tech you will find us all at accidental. God's dot life. The show notes will be there. The links will be their access to other. Podcasts will be there and access to our membership program which enables you to connect more deeply to the web of life and to ask the questions. What do you want me in this moment and to act in real time to the answers and if you know anybody else who would like to be part of the generated down to the world. Please do send them listening in the meantime that is it for now. See you next week thank you. I'm goodbye opinion..

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"tillery" Discussed on Mocha Minutes

Mocha Minutes

05:51 min | 8 months ago

"tillery" Discussed on Mocha Minutes

"That's what i was thinking sitting here like now. I know everybody don't like giselle. Messy as i. I was alive. I was like i don't think she went into somebody's finances and was sitting on a swing. Katie that she got twenty five dollars to in her bank account as she scraping to survive. I don't think that now told a woman who was actively having a miscarriage she didn't know but that is the like she didn't know but won't let that. Excuse go for candidates when ashley start arguing with her first when she was in fucking labor. But i digress like a broken but the thing about it is y'all let her slide. Maybe you should fix the hole in your heart and not the one between your legs as dumb as because you let some man. You barely know for months. Living your house you Had no problem tillery by ono. Monique didn't fall asleep at the wheel. She was drinking..

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"tillery" Discussed on Special Conditions - A Pokémon TCG Podcast

Special Conditions - A Pokémon TCG Podcast

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"tillery" Discussed on Special Conditions - A Pokémon TCG Podcast

"The rule box has no ability. That would be major brutally broken but it's got a double weakness to lightning and to retreat. Cost not about card. I think this will make water decks a little bit better. And plus there's the addition of there's a rapid strike energy which i believe is water and another type. I wanna say it's water and fighting but it's a double colas so for two energies essentially thing can attack so i mean time will tell but Yeah it'll be a week. How much cards like this like. You know we're talking about earlier. Like actually fully changed them at right and it's like we'll go into some of the trainer cards and stuff next week. 'cause you know we're just scratching the surface today. You know i mean. We talked about the The how doom those are shown off in the in the trailer and they're they're basically do what they do in the in the trailer. It's actually really cool like you actually see like how do dig up. The ground right grabbed the energy and throw it like or like. Shoot it to one of the pok mon and you see how tillery grabbing like item card after item after tool like an it different pokemon. So it's gonna be interesting for sure like this. This will do amazing things. And i literally cannot wait. Yeah i know you're excited for shining fates but that's just a filler set. That has a bunch of reprints kind of champions path. only there's shiny pokemon like hit fates. I think it's going to be some form of a mixture of the two. Yeah and hopefully it's for the better and you like are like if you were guaranteed a shiny. That would be epic because there's a. There's a lot more chinese than this than there. Were in the other one. So think guaranteed at. I just like the chance but you know what like honestly like i'm excited about like the new mechanic coming into a game because i haven't been a part of v max..

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Ethiopian PM says troops ordered to move on Tigray capital

NPR's World Story of the Day

04:30 min | 1 year ago

Ethiopian PM says troops ordered to move on Tigray capital

"Ehthiopian prime minister this morning has ordered his army to move on the capital of the tigray region in the north west of the country. This decision came after his seventy two hour. Ultimatum ended for tigray leaders to surrender. The central conflict here is between the new government of ethiopia and the old government of ethiopia. An aid groups have been sounding the alarm about a humanitarian situation that is deteriorating quickly. Tens of thousands of ethiopian refugees have fled the fighting into neighboring sudan. Npr's ada peralta is following this unfolding. He's in nairobi Good morning eater. Hey david let's start with his offensive. I mean the prime minister had been warning about this. It sounds like it's happening. Now what do we know. Yes so prime minister. Abby acclimate who won the nobel peace prize last year. He says that the last chance for this war to have been resolved peacefully has now closed and he says his troops are going into michaela to try to flush out the leadership of the left. The people's liberation front and he says that will try to do everything to protect civilian lives but michelle is a big urban densely populated city. Think of something. Like saint louis and and even the government has admitted that any fighting will result in civilian deaths in abbey's military has warned that they will use heavy artillery and that the left has said that they will defend the city so this war which has been going on for about three weeks now. Hundreds have already been killed. Tens of thousands have fled as you said and this will no doubt Be the most consequential battle so far. I know this is an incredibly frustrating situation for a year to try and cover this all but impossible to get in there and actually see what's happening firsthand But you know there's been weeks of fighting around the capital. What are you hearing about the conditions on the ground. It is hard to report. But i think we can safely say that there has already been Some pretty gruesome killings that the international community is saying could amount to war crimes We know for example that in a village near the sudanese border there was a huge Massacre videos from there have shown family members crying over bodies of their loved ones in the middle of the streets and the government's human rights commission sent a group of investigators there and they say that more than six hundred people were systematically slaughtered. They say that they were killed with machetes. Their houses were set on fire. They say that militants tied ropes to their necks and dragged them to death. The government commission blames a youth militia aligned with the rebels for this but the refugees fleeing into sudan say that it was the militias aligned with the government. Who did this. So we know with certainty who committed these atrocities but what we know for sure is that civilians have already suffered terribly in this conflict. Got it sounds like it. And what about these tens of thousands of people who are fleeing where they going. What are they facing so they are going into eastern sudan will. Carter is based there. He's a humanitarian with the agency norwegian refugee council. And let's listen to a bit of what he's been. Seeing many of total stories of happens not tillery and strikes and parts of western tigray region which is where most of the refugees we've seen have come from and of past couple of weeks. I guess troop movements militia movement through their this season. They've really fred for their lives. Are you suddenly and there. Was this one woman who spoke with who who had fled across the border and her story released stood out. Here's what happened to her. When the conflict began she was pregnant. Nine months pregnant when this broke out and have given birth on the way to the border crossing and had no one around that she knew it's women seeking safety stopped to help her deliver thankfully. There was no complications with the delivery and charges alive at the moment at least sleeping next to everyone in a big communal tent. So david i mean these are the kinds of situations and stories that show you just. What a tough humanitarian crisis. This has also become really What sounds like an awful situation. A dangerous one with a lot of people life. A lot of people's lives at stake

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California Creek Fire: More than 346,000 acres burned, 60% contained

KFBK Weekend Live With Sam Shane

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

California Creek Fire: More than 346,000 acres burned, 60% contained

"The creek fire, which has destroyed 856 structures and burn thousands of trees and the Sierra in India. National forests is now 60% contained as of this morning, According to Cal fire, the flames have burned more than 346,008. Sirs. Since mid September, air quality continues to be degraded by the statewide blazes and was listed as unhealthy for sensitive groups in Fresno, Madeira and Tillery counties president reversing an earlier decision from federal officials and is releasing millions of dollars in relief. That's the news. I'm Phil

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"tillery" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

06:18 min | 2 years ago

"tillery" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Where I'm walking back to coast to coast George story with you with my creek Secker his book a walk in the shadows your illustrator Adam Tillery did a great job here Mike yeah Adam is absolutely fantastic I'm glad you mentioned him he's than illustrating for our books for several years now and always does a fantastic job I mean the what state of mind does he have to be and to do some of the I wish I knew but you know it it's really interesting when he first third illustrating for us you know just kind of gave him a basic Hey you know here's here's the story and you know just drawn illustration based on the story and there was a there is one he drew for a woman called Karen gash of the little colonial boy that she had seen when she was a little girl and when she saw his illustrations she broke down crying because he drew it precisely like she had seen the boy it was like he channeled their boys imagined and created illustrations absolutely phenomenal we are we getting more more last shadow people reports we're getting more in there's a couple reasons for that I mean first of all there's more people in the world than there used to be but it's not as simplistic as that I think people these days are more comfortable coming forward with their stories it's I think one of the good things of you know the caramel pop culture lately analysts shows being on television is is allowed people to be able to come forward more as opposed to stay you know fifty sixty seventy years ago were you mention something and you'd be ostracized from the community I think it's great that these days were able to actually share this information now income for the mold more people are willing to share their stories in your paranormal endeavors have you ever been scared and all right yeah yeah it it it has happened I used I used to say you know not as a the only happen to me as a child but there was one time it was not during a paranormal investigations that kind of caviar here I haven't really been scared on any investigations that I've done but there is one times in which it was a personal situation that was going on and we're in backyard and I was trying to talk friend of mine down off the ledge essentially and we were in her car is behind this house in in the woods behind the house six starshine seen through the rear view mirror and the side mirrors these shadow entities that were growing up around the trunks of the trees and there is there is throwing in math or more more than there are continuing to loom there and one of them my son side near slowly crept up to the back of the card and I was not prepared for that situation at all I just that I think we should take the conversation else smart yeah yeah it was really kind of crazy about that is as I exited her vehicle to go back online and I'm kinda like backing up keeping an eye on the woods I saw up in the tree tops this other white entity that was almost kinda like us a living spider web that was moving between the tree tops and yeah we got out of there would you boards what do you think of those are ouija board I'd I don't use them personally I I know of people who use them as tools in their their former sphere communication you I use a digital audio recorder and in that's fine with me I I do believe that if you know how to use a ouija board the correct way then it can be used as a tool but most people tend to use improperly and get themselves into trouble so I just stay away from it because I have other ways to communicate you call Greg Brady which is one of our dear friends yes he's a good guy absolutely it is yeah in the deals with consciousness a lot and all that but the how does she fit into shadow people I have a chapter in the book called shadows in the matrix and this is where we get into the the simulated universe and Greg had has the phenomenal program on guy called missing link he covered that in the second season and I thought it prudent to shuttle people in that these may be how some of these entities are are accessing our world of our world is actually a simulated environment and these are entities from that whatever we will call the real world perhaps they are is that the images that we see from these people things entities whatever from that outside world I have a degree in in game and simulation programming so you yes thank you so I have a bit of an eye yeah here of how perhaps if you think of our world here as like a simulated game space and in your online games you have people called gamemaster second into the world now you don't usually see them they usually show up as invisible and they're just kind of hanging now working within that game space in the check on things that are going on but some times as a player in that games these something happens where you suddenly realize thinking masters there so that could be another way that if you think of this world as a simulation that that could actually be what we're thinking of this shuttle people's this kind of quote unquote game master coming in and interacting with the world in observing what's going on all right let's go to the phones Richard in bend Oregon to get us started on the wildcard line Hey rich go ahead hi George hello there okay okay what I will yeah I to can you hear me now a little but okay it is a very much chip we lost you lost your trying to call back Blair.

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"tillery" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:11 min | 2 years ago

"tillery" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"And welcome back to coast to coast George story with you with my creek Secker his book a walk in the shadows your illustrator Adam Tillery did a great job here Mike yeah Adam is absolutely fantastic I'm glad you mentioned him he's than illustrating for our books for several years now and always does a fantastic job I'm in the what state of mind does he have to be and to do some of the I wish I knew but you know it it's really interesting when he first third illustrating for us you know just kind of gave him a basic Hey you know here's here's the story and you have just drawn illustration based on the story and there was a there is one he drew for a woman called Karen gash of the little colonial boy that she had seen when she was a little girl and when she saw his illustrations she broke down crying because he drew it precisely like she had seen the boy it was like he channeled that boys imagined and created the illustration is absolutely phenomenal we does are we getting more more last shadow people reports we're getting more in there's a couple reasons for that I mean first of all there's more people in the world than there used to be but it's not as simplistic as that I think people these days are more comfortable coming forward with their stories it's I think one of the good things of you know the caramel pop culture lately analysts shows being on television is it's allowed people to be able to come forward more as opposed to say you know fifty sixty seventy years ago were you mention something and you'd be ostracized from the community I think it's great that these days were able to actually share this information now income for some more more people are willing to share their stories in your paranormal endeavors have you ever been scared all right yeah yeah it it it has happened yeah I used I used to say you know not as a the only happen to me as a child but there was one time it was not during a paranormal investigations of kind of caviar here I haven't really been scared on any investigations that I've done but there is one times in which it was a personal situation that was going on and we're in the backyard and I was trying to talk friend of mine down off the ledge essentially and we were in her current behind this house in in the woods behind the house six starshine seen through the rear view mirror and the side mirrors these shadow entities that were growing up around the trunks of the trees and there are there are growing and after more more than there are continuing to move there and one of them I saw on the side near slowly crept up to the back of the car and I was not prepared for that situation at all I just that to our I think we should take the conversation else and smart yeah yeah it was really kind of crazy about that is as I exited her vehicle to go back online and I'm kinda like backing up even ally of the woods I saw up in the tree tops this other white entity that was almost kinda like us a living spider web that was moving between the tree tops and yeah we got out of there would you boards what do you think of those are ouija board I'd I don't use them personally I I know of people who use them as tools in their their former sphere communication you I use a digital audio recorder and in that's fine with me I I do believe that if you know how to use a ouija board the correct way then it can be used as a tool but most people tend to use improperly and get themselves into trouble so I just stay away from it because I have other ways to communicate you call Greg Brady which is one of our dear friends yes he's a good guy absolutely yes yeah in the deals with consciousness allotted all that but the how does he fit into shadow people I have a chapter in the book called shadows in the matrix and this is where we get into the the simulated universe and great head has the phenomenal program on guy called missing links yes he covered that in the second season and I thought it prudent to shuttle people in that these may be how some of these entities are are accessing our world of our world is actually a simulated environment in the user insists he's from that whatever we will call the real world perhaps they are that's the image that we see from these people things is it is whatever from that outside world I have a degree in in game and simulation programming so do you yeah thank you so I have a bit of an eye yeah here of how perhaps if you think of our world here as like a simulated game space and in your online games you have people call the game master second into the world now you don't usually see them they usually show up as invisible and they're just kind of hanging out working within that game space in to check on things that are going on but some times as a player in that games these something happens where you suddenly realize I'm thinking masters there so that could be another way that if you think of this world as a simulation that that could actually be what we're thinking of the shuttle people's this kind of quote unquote game master coming in and interacting with the world in observing what's going on all right let's go to the phones Richard in bend Oregon to get us started on the wildcard line Hey rich go ahead hi George hello there okay okay what I will I any tips to yeah a little but okay it is.

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Who is Boris Johnson?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

07:18 min | 3 years ago

Who is Boris Johnson?

"A major I will all democracy and nuclear armed superpower is to be led by a shambling tousled blond with a complicated relationship with his ex wives and the truth who made his name principally as a professional media buffoon and has demonstrated a persistent willingness to pander to the worst instincts of his party and his country if he thinks it will serve his animating purpose on E. himself. What could possibly go wrong? We have a really good man is going to be the Prime Minister of the U._K.. Now for a Saxon is tough his spine <hes> <hes> this a Briton trump they call in Britain trump and people are saying. That's a good thing that they liked me over there. That's what they wanted. What they what they one one need? He'll get it done. Boris is good is going to do a good job comparisons. Between Boris Johnson and Donald Trump are as irresistible as cheap shots usually are and do not finish a complete picture difference which may prove crucial to Johnson's prospects is that while trump was elected by the American American People Johnson was chosen by the small Coterie of mad retired colonels and they're resentful wives who constitute the membership of the U._K.'s Conservative Party. I know that there will be people uh around the place will question the wisdom of your decision and they may even be some people here who still wonder what quite what they have done but let's begin with basic the younger affi while we re County C._v. of the United Kingdom's new prime minister for the benefit of Monaco twenty-four global audience our British listeners can according to inclination the put the kettle on all stalk purposefully into into the sea fully clothed never to be heard from again. And Johnson arrives in Downing Street via what looks like a diligent and studious ticking off of every milestone of a serene procession through the British Establishment Eaten Oxford The Times the Telegraph The Spectator Parliament the morality of London the Foreign and Commonwealth Office but there has been much more to it yet weirdly much less to it than that more to its in the as Johnson has stumbled and lurched from desirable job to coveted post he she has turned himself into a fondly indulged national figure known universally by his first name and address far too often as such by the British media among which he inevitably has many acquaintances. You've lied to the people of Lebanon your own Shit Stop. Can I call on you to throw that remote. I'm sorry I'm sorry I pull the giants to so you just pulled tight. I'm various and blessed to it in the Johnson has accomplished very little in any of those roles beyond the burnishing of the renown of Boris Johnson. He lost his first newspaper Job for inventing quote. Then made his name as a Brussels correspondent by filing absurd FIBS about the E._U.. He Left City Hall with a legacy of uncomfortable buses and unusable water cannon and a huge bill for a bridge that never got built his stint as foreign secretary is widely recalled with both gratitude and incredulity that he didn't inadvertently get Britain into a war with Finland and we know the mantra of the campaign that has just gone by Casey forgotten it. I was going to come to deliver brexit unite the country and defeat Jeremy Corbyn Not GonNa do the question now faces Johnson and the United Kingdom and NATO and the E._U. is whether he will or indeed can for the first time in his enraging Lee consequence free life rise to the office he inhabits. It is no secret how Johnson Johnson sees himself his two thousand fourteen book the Churchill factor was a none too thinly disguised attempts to encourage readers to perceive similarities between Johnson and his subject Churchill also being a former. Journalists of willful personal habits who overcame successive setbacks to rescue his nation at a moment of grave peril the difficulty well one of the difficulties with this analysis is that Churchill didn't invade Poland himself whereas brexit Johnson's looming nemesis is significantly a crisis of Johnson's own orchestration many of the underpinning folk myths of the Brexit Movement the straightened bananas the banishing of prone cocktail cocktail crisps were created or amplified by Johnson during his time reporting on the E._U.. If the fate of a nation didn't rest on the spectacle of Johnson being consumed by the beastie unleashed would be quite satisfying viewing doing. I'm afraid that in the there is such a rich thesaurus now of things that I've said that to being <hes> one way or another through what Alchemy I do not know somehow misconstrued that it would take me too long hi to engage in a food globally tillery of of apology to to all concerned. It is very difficult to imagine that this is not what now awaits him. Johnson has promised that by Hook or crook the U._k.. Will leave the E._U.. By the most recently. Leash scheduled departure date of October. Thirty First Johnson has urged his fellow citizens alone by invoking the spirit of the Apollo program which fifty years ago this month put the first men on the moon. A few of Johnson's fellow citizens have been sufficiently churlish to observe that Armstrong and Aldrin reached tranquility base after the cleverest people in their country had spent the thick end of a decade constructing a workable apparatus forgetting them their brexit. Thus far has been almost exclusively a cause of opinion hawkers slogan Breyer's and Opportunity Yahoos Johnson who fancies himself a man of destiny may find his allies as painful as his opponents. I think it would be a huge mistake. Damaging unnecessary and I think also dishonest I could not serve with Boris Johnson all of which is assuming Johnson even gets the chance he faces on helpful parliamentary arithmetic his party remains as divided and Cranky as ever and that is to say nothing of the catalyst of chaos that is brexit. It's very important moment for the Brexit and we look forward to hearing what the new prime minister.

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"tillery" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

12:37 min | 3 years ago

"tillery" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And no big deal. But it ought it ought to be a big deal. One, a former mayor of the city of Cincinnati is the puppeteer controlling city council votes under the threat of a race ride in the city of Cincinnati. The implication of Dwight Tillery text to beach, PG Tillery, is that unless you do what I tell you to do. I'm going to be a leader, and we're going to take to the streets. We're going to take to the streets like in Memphis last three nights. Whether rights race riots occurring one, a criminal who shot up the black community is apprehended by the United States Marshall service draws a gun on them, and then the US marshals service shoots this criminal. And now the riots are happening in Memphis. And so then the leaders the Dwight Tillery of Memphis. Will say city government fellow Democrats that you must pay me off to calm down the street. So they're paid to cause the riots, then they're paid to quiet the riots, they get money going into door. They get money coming out the door, the Al Sharpton methods, you know, we'll rainbow push coalition. We'll take it to the streets and less on paid. So when Tillery leaves office over a period of twenty five years he manipulates council under a threat of going to the streets and calling out race riots, unless he is paid serious money. The tokens paid each year is about seven hundred thousand dollars. And when various councils over the years of said, wait a minute, every independent investigation of the sa- closing the healthcare gap between black and white have demonstrated that this group does nothing. They hold seminars. They run commercials which in my business is a good thing. And they pay themselves large amounts of money and in exchange for that we will not call race right on the city. One other thing Dwight Tillery said in a text to PG Tillery was that it's time to crackdown on Albert. Now, I've only met Albert once maybe twice Albert is Albert smitherman. The brother of Chris measurement now, Tillery and smitherman already others throats because smitherman will not pay off delleri, and they're black. So it's hard for Dwight Tillery to play the race card on Chris, Chris measurements, black but nonetheless either play the race card. Or call him an uncle Tom, whatever it is. So because smitherman and Cranleigh have figured out the game played by Dwight Tillery and PG Tillery. They said, no. Wait a minute. We have a budget deficit of. Thirty million dollars. We cannot afford to hand out to Dwight Tillery and his group, seven hundred thousand dollars a year. Over time over ten years, we've given a guy like seven million dollars. We can't afford to do that. And so Tillery said in one of the text messages, it's time to crackdown on L. Bert Albert is the brother runs Josten construction of Chris Berman, and Albert is not involved in politics. Albert is one of the smitherman 's who simply a businessman does quite William told about I've only met them once or twice seems like a nice guy. So you have Dwight Tillery African American who wants to take away business from Albert smitherman, and crackdown on him because his brother is Chris measurement, see how the game is played you the do what I tell you to do, or I will ruin your business ruin your family, call that a race riot, therefore you better pay me seven hundred thousand dollars and the whole Harry back black thing was a debacle, first of all, Matt Steinman was Harry black actually black. Hello. I'm blacker than he is. He's white. But because he had black blood in him somewhere. He claimed to be black whether his name being black, so he could get the job as city manager because becoming a city manager when you're black, and most Arben areas is much easier than being white because of racial politics. The odds of a police chief in Cincinnati ever being white again is quite extreme quite unlikely. So the game was played racially to get paid. So for the last several years, Harry black, pay Dwight Tillery millions of dollars in order to quiet things down, because Dwight Tillery said too many I can deliver the black vote to you. So he goes to PG Tillery, and Chris sale Bach and Greg Landsman and said, look, you do what I tell you to do. And I will deliver you the black vote how much disrespect does white. Hillary hold the black community as if they're a monolithic voting block who will do what I tell them to do that is insulting to black folks is not. I can't conceive of the media reaction if a white politician, it said, I'll play the white card on you. All call whites into the straight to riot. And by the way, if you're a brother or relative of someone I disagree with, I will destroy you and I'll call whites in the street to riot and all call whites at the ballot box to vote against you because of the color of your skin who in the hell if that ever happened people, you'd be laughing their butts off. I can't believe it. So at the end of the day, here, it is two three days after the text messages have been released the media's largely other than the inquire not covering it. The race card has been affectively paid played and paid by Dwight Tillery and PG Tillery, who's a putz, the seven hundred thousand dollars will be voted on sometime later this month quietly. It'll be a line in the budget somewhere in will not be covered the money will continue to flow to Dwight Tillery designations, and they closing the healthcare gap, he'll keep going to private businesses and telling them you have to pay me neither fifty or one hundred thousand whatever that whatever the toll booth says one hundred thousand and my group. So if you have a racial problem, and the black community, just come see me, and I will get itself for you. And it's the worst kind of racial money, politics, that's happening in most urban areas of this country because all the urban areas are controlled by the Democratic Party. Right. And so it's all different use of the same color. They're all Democrats, and there's no Republicans to fight in the city of Cincinnati anymore. So cranley fights, Tillery, Tillery then makes deals and text messages with five members of council, and just one last thought we have full lines got Jimmy walled, Stephanie, j and many others. One last thought, well, when the lawyers got wind of text messages, that disclosed the real, PG Tillery, and Lance men, the real Chris sale, Bach and to my Denard. And the Greg, Lance men, there was a thought in the legal community. You know, these guys and women cannot be so stupid as to put the true intentions in writing. In black and white and text message. They can't be that stupid because those in the political class. No, that you cannot have meetings outside of the public view involving majority of the body. For example, if you're a sycamore township trustee or Tony Rosello in green township. It is a matter of black letter law. Two of the three trustees cannot meet in private did is to decide on public business. You can't do that. Everyone knows it. And the legislature, there's ninety nine house of representatives. There's thirty three states senators, you can have lunch or dinner with a whole bunch of match time statehouse. Could get got a five other state house representatives. It's not it's not fifty of the ninety nine he can. He can wined dined, it'd be pocket-lined. That's okay. But in city council, you can't have meetings involving five of the nine and make decisions out of the public view about public money. So the lawyer. Said, you know what pagey set and failed aka PG Tillery cannot be that stupid. As to have actual decisions made outside of the public view involving five members of council, when we get into these text messages, it's going to be three or four them, they were shocked to discover how stupid the five members of council were to make decisions outside of the public view, which is illegal and may border on criminality. When they knew what the law was to his credit. Greg Landsman and one Texas to PG Tillery. Can we do in this? We can we and, and he said, don't worry about it, and pay G's been in office for about five years. David Mann those guys know the law, they were shocked at a sculpture how stupid city council members for to make decisions in private about public decisions. Then when the. In the new Texas came out, two days ago, they were somewhat surprised to learn that inset instead of PG and failed being the, the puppeteer PG is the puppet, the guy manipulating city council from behind the scenes in exchange for serious. Millions of dollars was one Dwight Tillery himself, and that when Dwight Tillery threaten a race riot and the city of Cincinnati. Unless Harry black was paid. Because Harry black knows where the bodies are buried, PG Tillery, and Landsman, and to my Denard and Wendell young. And Chris sale Bach simply step down. So, well, we gotta be careful. Now Dwight Tillery s- threatening a riot with better pay them off the seven hundred thousand dollars. I'm a white liberal old PG. I'm white liberal, and I gotta have the black vote. I better pay them off, how sick and distorted and condescending is this to the black voter who's now being told that your vote can be bought and paid for. Let's continue with more flying becomes available, which never does seven four nine seven thousand pound, seven hundred new AT and T, and all the while big store in the Enquirer headline written by Sarah brookbank victim identified in fatal bond hill shooting amid continue spike in violence, as the black community continues to shoot itself, and hold makeshift memorials and marches, and all this stuff is violence infects, the black community, because of a lack of fathers and a lack of family life, like a religion, the black intelligencia and black and white liberals are dividing up the money making sure everybody gets paid. It's like that scene from godfather part to, you got wet might beat for Nucci said, you got wet my beak I gotta be paid. Dwight Tillery must be paid to deliver the black folk to white liberals like PG Tillery, and we now know under threat of race riots in the cities. Cincinnati. A former black mayor of Cincinnati was paid. Let's continue with more fifty four minutes after the hour Bill Cunningham, the great American live a term of the reds playing tonight starting at six o five if the Saint Louis blues did it and the raptors did it. Why can't the reds do it? Yeah. On seven hundred wwl to seven hundred wwl w req- chino, seven hundred wwl w dot com. India just increased tariffs on American imports the move in response to.

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13:11 min | 3 years ago

"tillery" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"W. No having sat here for about thirty six years. Many times you'll have to wonder this to petty of politicians. Now, we have disclosure of the facts. And we have suspected for a while the game racial politics, played so expectantly by the Democratic Party was something kept under wraps, because once it became public, and the bright light of day things. Look, so bad there'd be some earthquake. Have you sent have you sensed any earthquake happening? The answer, of course, is no. It's business as usual because PG Tillery, who's a putz will simply now hunker down for the next few days until Sharon Coolidge, or engine Levy or Bill Cunningham, move onto something else. And then the events will become in the background and no big deal. But it ought it ought to be a big deal. One, a former mayor of the city of Cincinnati is the puppeteer controlling city council votes under the threat of a race ride in the city of Cincinnati. The implication of Dwight Tillery text to beach, PG Tillery, is that unless you do what I tell you to do. I'm going to be a leader. And we're going to take to the streets. We're going to take to the streets like in Memphis last three nights. Whether it's rights race riots occurring. One, a criminal who shot up the black community is apprehended by the United States, marshals service draws a gun on them. And then the US marshals service shoots this criminal. And now the riots are happening a Memphis. And so then the leaders the Dwight Tillery of Memphis will say to city government fellow Democrats that you must pay me off to calm down the street. So they're paid to cause the riots, then they're paid to quiet the riots, they get money going into door. They get money coming out the door, the Al Sharpton methods, you know, we'll rainbow push coalition. We'll take it to the streets unless on paid. So when Tillery leaves office over a period of twenty five years he manipulates council under a threat of going to the streets and calling out race riots, unless he is paid serious money. The tokens paid each year is about seven hundred thousand dollars. And when various councils over the years of said, wait a minute, every independent investigation of the. The sa- closing the healthcare gap between black and white have demonstrated that this group does nothing. They hold seminars. They run commercials which in my business is a good thing. And they pay themselves large amounts of money and in exchange for that we will not call a race right on the city. One other thing Dwight Tillery said in a text PG Tillery was that it's time to crackdown on Albert. Now, I've only met Albert once maybe twice Albert is Albert smitherman. The brother of Chris measurement now. Tillery and smitherman already others throats because smitherman will not pay off dilatory, and they're black. So it's hard for Dwight Tillery to play the race card on Chris, Chris measurements, black but nonetheless either play the race card. Or call him an uncle Tom, whatever it is. So because smitherman and Cranleigh have figured out the game played by Dwight Tillery and pagey Tillery. They said, no, wait a minute. We have a budget deficit of thirty million dollars. We cannot afford to hand out to Dwight Tillery and his group, seven hundred thousand dollars a year. Over time over ten years. We've given the guy like seven million dollars. We can't afford to do that. And so Tillery said in one of the text messages, it's time to crackdown on Albert Albert is the brother runs Josten construction of Chris men and Albert is not involved in politics. Albert is one of the smitherman 's who simply a businessman does quite well. I'm told on me. I've only met them once or twice seems like a nice guy. So you have Dwight Tillery African-American who wants to take away business from alvord smitherman, in crackdown on him because his brother is Chris measurement. See how the game is played you the do what I tell you to do or I will ruin your business ruin your family, call that a race riot, therefore you better pay me seven hundred thousand dollars and the whole Harry back black thing was tobacco. First of all, Matt Steinman was Harry black actually black. Hello. I'm blacker than he is. He's white. But because he had black blood in him somewhere. He claimed to be black whether his name being black, so he could get the job as city manager because gumming a city manager when you're black, and most urban areas is much easier than being white because of racial politics. The odds of a police chief in Cincinnati ever being white again is quite extreme quite unlikely. So the game was played racially to get paid. So for the last several years, Harry black, pay Dwight Tillery millions of dollars in order to quiet things down, because Dwight Tillery said too many I can deliver the black vote to you. So he goes to PG Tillery, and Chris sale Bach and Greg Landsman and said, look, you do what I tell you to do. And I will deliver you the black vote hell much disrespect does white Tillery hold the black community as if there a monolithic voting block who will do what I tell them to do that is insulting to black folks is not. I can't conceive of the media reaction. If a white politician at said, I'll play the white card on you. All call whites into the straight to riot. And by the way, if you're a brother or relative of someone I disagree with, I will destroy you and I'll call whites in the street to riot and all call whites at the ballot box to vote against you because of the color of your skin who in the hell if that ever happened people he'd be laughing their butts off. I can't believe it. So at the end of the day, here, it is two three days after the text messages have been released the media's largely other than the inquire not covering it. The race card has been affectively paid played and paid by Dwight Tillery and PG Tillery, who's a putz, the seven hundred thousand dollars and we'll be voted on sometime later this month quietly, it'll be a line in the budget somewhere in will not be covered the money will continue to flow to Dwight Tillery designations, and they closing the healthcare gap, he'll keep going to private businesses and telling them you have to pay me either fifty or one hundred thousand whatever that whatever the toll booth says one hundred thousand into my group. So if you have a racial problem in the black community, just come see me, and I will get itself for you. It's the worst kind of racial money, politics, that's happening in most urban areas of this country, because all of the urban areas are controlled by the Democratic Party. Right. And so it's all different use of the same color. They're all Democrats, and there's no Republicans to fight in the city of Cincinnati anymore. So cranley fights, Tillery Tillery, then make deals and text messages with five members of council, and just one last thought we have full lines got Jimmy Walt. Stephanie, Jane many others, one last thought, when the lawyers got wind of text messages, that disclosed the real, PG Tillery, and Landsman, the real Chris sale Bach and to my Denard, and the Greg Landsman, there was a thought in the legal community. You know, these guys and women cannot be so stupid as to put the true intentions in writing. In black and white, and text messages. They can't be that stupid because those in the political class. No, that you cannot have meetings outside of the public view involving majority of the body, for example, if you're a sycamore township trustee or Tony Rosello in green township. It is a matter of black letter law. The two of the three trustees cannot meet in private to, to decide on public business. You can't do that. Everyone knows it. And the legislature, there's ninety nine house of representatives. There's thirty three states senators, you can have lunch or dinner with a whole bunch of time, and statehouse, could get a five other state house representatives. It's not it's not fifty of the ninety nine he can. He can wind dine and be pocket lined. It's okay, but in city council, you can't have meetings involving five of the nine and make decisions out of the public view about public money. So the lawyer. Said you know what pagey sitting failed aka PG Tillery cannot be that stupid. As to have actual decisions made outside of the public view involving five members council. When we get into these text messages, it's going to be three or four of them. They were shocked to discover how stupid the five members of council were to make decisions outside of the public view, which is illegal in may border on criminality when they knew what the law was to his credit. Greg Landsman and one Texas to PG Tillery. Can we do in this? We can we and, and he said, don't worry about it, and pay G's been in office for about five years. David Mann those guys know the law, they were shocked at a scholar, how stupid city council members were to make decisions in private about public decisions. Then when the. In the new Texas came out, two days ago, they were somewhat surprised to learn that insert instead of PG sitting failed being the, the puppeteer PG is the puppet, that guy manipulating city council from behind the scenes in exchange for serious. Millions of dollars was one Dwight Tillery himself, and that when Dwight Tillery threaten a race riot in the city of Cincinnati. Unless Harry black was paid. Because Harry black knows where the bodies are buried, PG Tillery, and Landsman, and to my Denard and Wendell young. And Chris sale Bach simply. Step down, so, well, we gotta be careful. Now. Dwight Tillery s- threatening a riot with better pay them off the seven hundred thousand dollars. I'm a white liberal old PG. I'm a white liberal, and I gotta have the black vote. I better pay them off. Hell sick and distorted and condescending. Is this to the black voter who's now being told that your vote can be bought and paid for? Let's continue with more blind becomes available, which it never does seven four nine seven thousand pounds, seven hundred new AT and T, and all the while big store in the Enquirer headline written by Sarah brookbank victim identified in fatal bond hill shooting amid continue spike in violence, as the black community continues to shoot itself, and hold makeshift memorials and marches, and all this stuff is violence infects, the black community, because of a lack of fathers and a lack of family life, like a religion, the black intelligencia in black and white liberals are dividing up the money making sure everybody gets paid. It's like that scene from godfather part to, you got wet might be for Nucci said, you got wet might be. I gotta be paid. Dwight Tillery must be paid to deliver the black vote to white liberals, like PG Tillery, and we now know under threat of race riots in the city. Cincinnati. A former black mayor of Cincinnati was paid. Let's continue with more fifty four minutes after the hour Bill Cunningham, the great American live a term of the reds playing tonight starting at six o five if the Saint Louis blues did it and the raptors did it. Why can't the reds do it? Yeah. On seven hundred wwl to seven hundred wwl.

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07:54 min | 3 years ago

"tillery" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"We can't have that we gotta keep it within the family, the Corleones that tally is the bundy's we've got to keep it within the family. Don't get it outside the family. If you don't pay off, Harry black with city money, he may go public and disclose who's the puppets, who's the putz is. And who's the puppeteer and PG sit and fell into my Denard and Greg Landsman did not want that to become public information. So they worked out the deal deal for Harry black dot lots of money walked away. Now, everything was. Quiet until you and others filed a lawsuit to get the text messages, which are now upon the public record. That's exactly right. And really a lot of credit needs to go to Sharon, cool, Japan, choir, and engine at Levi channel twelve because when we settled are lawsuits lashed earlier this year, our, our settlement left open some of the questions about the public record aspect. And it was only because engine Levy and Sharon Coolidge, had filed their own lawsuits that my client was comfortable, allowing us to kind of leave our question on resolved, and let internet Levy and Sharon Coolidge, get that question answered. And at this point, what when Sharon Coolidge of the inquire in Angela Levy channel, twelve go, and get comments from PG, sitting failed me. I use the term PG Tillery when they go to PG Tillery to get comments. What is PG Tillery do? No rec-. He has no comment. No comment. I believe is his. I got no mental. And this guy wants to be our next mayor to take these kinds of ratio exploitations payoffs to a brand new letter level, correct. He, he needs the black community like a fish needs water. And so he perceives that PG's future rest in the hands of Dwight Tillery. So Dwight Tillery gives him the votes and then then PG Tillery gives back to Dwight Tillery or is doesn't need the money and the money continues to flow. Then life is good in river city. Well for some people. Live is good. And it cost the taxpayer literally millions of dollars over the years to pay off Dwight Tillery in exchange for that. He delivers the black vote. Do you think black folks black folks, are that's stupid, devote, the way, the Dwight Tillery tells them to vote? I mean, isn't that kind of ignorant to say that? Well, I think it's I agree with you. I don't believe there is a monolithic black vote, I think African Americans like every other American are human beings and are individuals and have their own interest, and, and their own goals for life and their own desires from what they want from a city council member for my from mayor, and I would like to think that, that there's nobody out there that can simply say, let's go get, you know, x number of oats from, from African Americans, because I say that I tell them to vote this way, just as there's no one that can say, okay, we'll get you X number white votes because I tell them how to vote that way. It's it's disparaging to add. Americans to, to speak that way to, to treat them that way, as a monolith is just Tillery understands that, that he is demeaning and disparaging the group that he seeks the lead by acting as if black folks are a bunch of putz, who will simply vote the way, I tell couldn't imagine some white guy saying, I'm gonna deliver you the white vote, I Bill Cunningham or brine shrimp. We will deliver the white vote in exchange for millions of dollars. You have to give to me isn't it like a bribe, I would say it's awfully it certainly smacks of bribery, and an honest services violation, and it and again to your point, it smacks of really just disrespecting disparaging the people who are who make up the, you know, quote unquote, African American community. These are all people who need to be treated as individuals and really approached and listen to for their individual concerns. Not for some, some monolithic concern. It's these text messages in reality are unusual. They're weird. They're troubling their damaging and what they are everyone's going to hunker down involved. They're going to let this wind blow by then. They'll keep exploiting, the black community for personal gain the black agenda for Dwight. Tillery and PG. Tillery is simply money. They must be paid the black agenda means paying off rich, powerful black folks in exchange for promises of non riots. And that comes out of the mouth of the text of a black mayor. Dwight Tillery and a future. Mayor PG Tillery. It comes out of their own fingertips that they disclose to us their intentions, and there's not been much of political earthquake because there's not much coverage of it because everyone knows that that's how the games played. The black agenda is playing paying off the black intelligentsia you pay off the Tillery, and then Harry black gets paid because he can't make public all the monies and deals he had with Tillery and other leaders in the black community misleading the black community as a spike in violence in the black community. All Dwight Tillery wants to do is get paid. And if he's paid guess what? Life's good. And then he he runs around and CBC big time companies in town saying, look, I need one hundred thousand dollars from you hundred thousand dollars from you into the so-called closing the healthcare gap, which the Enquirer and channel nine determined to be a bunch of crap. There's no organization there. So they fleece we our own little Al Sharpton running around Cincinnati. Atti and his name is Dwight Tillery. Well, the proof is going to be in the pudding this in the next few weeks, because the city council was gonna vote on whether to add about seven hundred thousand dollars to the city budget for this year to pay to the center for closing the healthcare, another seven enough, not Dwight Tillery. We'll take to the streets, if I'm paid. I'm taking to the streets, and I'm not sure how PG sitting feld Wendell young Greg Landsman Christina Bach and to my Denard can really even vote on that question. Given these text messages. I think there's a real conflict of interest for them to even be able to vote on the question of whether to put those to, to, to put those monies into the budget and to, to make those expenditures, and it's telling that they were the ones at least I can't remember the exact members but it number of members of the gang of five are the ones who actually put forth a resolution to amend the budget at seven hundred thousand to go to the last couple of weeks. So I think there's, there's real questions that I think the state auditor, and the city solicitor really need to look at and decide whether whether this can be allowed to go forward. I mean, it is very troubling that. Yeah. That these council members seem to have engaged in some pretty shady, dealings, with Dwight Tillery are going to be voting now. Whether to give his organization, seven hundred thousand dollars in the next couple of weeks, Brian Shriver, gotta go. We now know that. PG Tillery is a putz. We thought he was a brilliant. Tactician PG Tillery is a putt. So we have it in writing Brian rival, stay tuned for the next few weeks. But I, I bet the seven hundred thousand we'll be paid otherwise Tillery will take to the streets. We gotta run Brian drive. Thank you very much. Thank you. God bless America. You now know the truth, your reaction, seven four nine seven thousand Bill Cunningham NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w. Seven hundred w l w seven hundred w l.

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"tillery" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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11:42 min | 3 years ago

"tillery" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"What is rest on my dad? I know match time it took off. Also go to our and our and that's great. I'm back now. Loud, proud and sassy coming up at one o'clock today is my good friend, and yours Kevin Jackson of the black sphere about the rioting happening in Memphis, and how that could have lessons here in Cincinnati. And also later on his Father's Day story later, on, also is an expert from Canada about betting who's going to be come the next US president. You can bet a thousand dollars in Bernie Sanders wins, you're gonna win fifteen thousand dollars if you wanna make about, but until then came out a few days ago, more text messages from those in power in the city's Cincinnati which is a heart. The beach the tri-state, most troubling was the activities of the puppeteer behind the scenes, the puppeteer, former mayor Dwight Tillery who's the puppeteer and those at the end of the strings are page. Sitton failed and Chris sale Bach. And when you're young to find an art, Greg Landsman what they do is respond to what to what Dwight Tillery tells them to do because raisins unclear to me. He's got power in the black community deliver votes. So city council gives to white Tillery millions of dollars over a period of a few years. He gives them back the black vote, he's the puppeteer joining me now is one of the attorneys who filed the lawsuits that made the text message in of city council public, and that's Brian shrive Brian shrive on the acuity hearing center dot com hotline, Brian shrive. Welcome, again, in the Bill Cunningham show. Brian, how are you? Good to be here. Thank you very much for having me on Willie. Brian shrive gimme the two or three headlines of what, what the puppeteer Dwight Tillery did to manipulate votes, relative to the departure of city manager block. Well what the biggest headline I think is that Dwight Hillary was was intimately involved in directing the gang. I five that the gang of five PG sit and felt Christie. Oh, BOK Wendell young, Greg Landsman into my Denard in March of last year stood firmly against allowing the, the city manager to leave on a with a fairly reasonable buyout amount of that actually, Harry black degree too. But Dwight Tillery insisted that they not agree to that by out. And in fact, at one point, Dwight Tillery made clear, and I'm quoting from a text message from Dwight Tillery, quote, I'm giving you a heads up that we're going to take to the streets, and I will be leading it. So, so we have a former black mayor in the city of Cincinnati, implicitly, or explicitly stating that have certain financial packages are not giving to city manager black, that he Dwight Tillery would precipitate, writing much like in Memphis would back where he. He he wanted to force Harry to stay. He didn't. He did not want the city to agree in which they did not agree to a the original package that if you recall, there was a special meeting called for Saturday morning and the gang of five didn't show up for that meeting. So there wasn't a quorum and that was, you know, at the behest in part at least of Dwight Tillery who at one point said, don't get give that M F or anything. The effort being in this case, Harry black, that they that, Harry black by accepting a buyout, had, actually, betrayed Tillery and the gang of five so they wanted to punish Harry black for betraying him, and that so this entire chaotic events that we that the city experienced in quite expensive chaotic event that the experience last March, and April was really the product of Dwight Tillery and the gang of five attempting to hold sway and power over John cranley in Harry black. Let's go back in time, Brian shrive. Why does Dwight Tillery have such power in the city of Cincinnati to manipulate people like PG set and failed? What is it that he has on them, or they have on him? Why Dwight Tillery who's not been in public office or twenty five years? Why do they pay attention to him? Why think there's a perception at least? And I think what Tillery encourages this perception that he has influence and sway over a large bloc of voters in the African American community. And in at least one text message that we've seen suggests that he has swayed it might kind of bring them quote to the streets. Presumably, that means some sort of civil disobedience and probably not so civil disobedience but some, some action, that would cause more problems for the city. So he has some sway at least purportedly or claims to, and he's given credit for having sway over a large block of the African American. Immunity. Is that true? Does he have that way? I don't know, but he certainly I think these text messages claims to, and he's certainly given given credit as if he does. Well, it did pagey sit and failed or Tamai, Denard pushback and say, wait a minute. You're kind of threatening here. Injury harm and possibly death in the city of Cincinnati, your former mayor of the city don't do that twice Dwight because that's not none of them pushed back, correct? They kind of important implicitly accept that what he said, well, to be fair to tonight my art, I don't have any text messages of hers in this chain. So I don't know whether she did or did not, but certainly PG sit and fell did not push back, nor did Wendell young or Christianne balk that I've seen. Wanna white liberal? Here's a former black, mayor implicitly threatened violence taken into the streets. PG said felt didn't respond PG sit and Bill didn't respond in fact in his in his. In his emails. He thanked PG sitting feld for his leadership and guidance. So it was now, as I knew. And I kind of understand inside baseball city council gives Dwight Tillery hundreds of thousands of dollars a year for something called a group has called closing healthcare gap that he's now left. So over a few last few years, Harry black has given to Dwight Tillery literally millions of dollars from which, what Dwight Tillery pays himself, hundreds of thousands of dollars a year. And so he always wants to curry favor with whoever the city manager is over the mayor council members are an order to get paid. And so if he's paid life is good. When cranley kinda said a few years ago, I'm gonna quit paying Dwight Tillery, because the Enquirer and channel nine found out that the center for the closing healthcare gap is a nice sounding groups name, but it doesn't do anything that cranley said, look, we can't keep giving you all this money that you pay yourself these big sour because you don't do anything that. That's one Tillery went after cranley, correct. That is that my understanding, I think it may have been before that actually, I think part of it too was went Tillery wanted to have control over who would be the health Commissioner, I think that too. So, anytime his power money was threatened eastern is when he turned on Cranleigh and why does he care about the health Commissioner because that's one of the means through which he gets paid correct? That's my that's my. This is beautiful. And so do I tell right now his budget is up again? He stepped back from the health closing the healthcare gap, but he's still may be a consultant or something else getting paid. So soon as as soon as the funding for Dwight Tillery lifestyle was affected Tillery quickly played the race card and pagey. Jason feld appropriately responded, that is correct. And not only will, I would say not appropriately. He responded completely inappropriately the appropriate response would have would have been to chastise the former mayor to say, wait a minute. What are you saying here, you seem to be reddening racial strife to hear the inappropriate? But instead PG said thanks for the the guidance. Thank you. Thank you grandmaster. Thank you grandmaster. Thank you puppeteer. You know, and I haven't seen Dwight Tillery I don't know, ten or twenty years, but when he left office, he quickly became he thought. Powerbroker and the black community. In fact, he puts out ballots, vote black. He also put together a group called the black agenda and order to gin up the black vote devote the way he wanted. So he could keep his money coming. So where does this thing go from here? Brian shrive where does it go from here? Why it goes to the to the voters? The taxpayers Cincinnati need to be informed of this. It, it certainly goes to the city. I think the city has an obligation to look into this to see his was or anything untoward going on here for sure. There was to determine whether whether the council members themselves violated any of their, their rules as council members, your obligation. And, and hopefully you know, further up hopefully the state auditor takes a look at this to see what was going on again. This all fuel is part of the same narrative of why, why was all this lawsuits, and litigation necessary. And, and, and it also leads the further questions about why did the city have to pay some outside special counsel last year to the tune of? You know hundred thousand dollars or so to defend that litigation that should have been resolved quickly should have never had to take place. So there's, there's still I think, number of questions to be answered. But I think what we've seen here. Is that? Initially in for the last year. I think we've all suspected at PG sitting felt was the mastermind of the gang of five, but I think what we've learned, here's that. He was actually the Charlie McCarthy doll. And the puppeteer was Dwight Tillery, because PG said fell to succeed politically in the future, as a white liberal has got to have the black vote, and PG sit and felt believes that the puppeteer Dwight Tillery can can supply the black vote to a white liberal, and so we thought PG said and fell was the mastermind now based upon these text messages. We see PG is simply a putz. He's a putz and the real power behind the throne is Dwight Tillery and city council pays Dwight and then joint plays pays back city council by turning out the black vote for white liberals, like PG Sinfield, that, that certainly seems to be what the what the to Texas and we have proof of that. This isn't an argument. You have black and white text messages from pagey, sitting feld to dry Tillery in which Dwight Tillery threatens taking to the streets, which means demonstrations that could. Turn violent like in April of twenty one and that in exchange for that promise, pagey sit and failed then organizes the other four members of council to vote, the way, Dwight Tillery wanted them to vote. So, Harry black, who gave Dwight Tillery group, millions of dollars could get almost six hundred thousand dollars from the taxpayer, because he threatened a lawsuit in which he would make public than meanderings, and the dealings of Dwight. Tillery PG sitting failed, and everybody knew the inside..

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13:05 min | 3 years ago

"tillery" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Back. Here for about thirty six years. Many times you'll have to wonder this to petty politicians. Now, we have disclosure of the facts. And we have suspected for a while the game racial politics plates, so expertly by the Democratic Party was something kept under wraps, because once it became public, and the bright light of day things look so bad. That'd be some earthquake. Have you sent have you sensed any earthquake happening? The answer, of course, is no as business as usual because PG Tillery, who's a putt will simply now hunker down for the next few days until Sharon Coolidge, or engine Levy or Bill Cunningham, move onto something else. And then the events will become in the background and no big deal. But it ought it ought to be a big deal. When a former mayor of the city of Cincinnati is the puppeteer controlling city council votes under the threat of a race ride in the city of Cincinnati. The of Dwight Tillery text to be PG Tillery is that unless you do what I tell you to do. I'm going to be a leader. And we're gonna take to the streets. We're going to take to the streets, like in Memphis last three nights, or there's rights race riots occurring. One, a criminal who shot up the black community is apprehended by the United States Marshall service draws a gun on them. And then the US marshals service shoots this criminal. And now the riots are happening a Memphis. And so then the leaders the Dwight Tillery of Memphis will say to city government fellow Democrats that you must pay me off to calm down the street. So they're paid to cause the riots, then they're paid the quiet the riots, they get money going into door. They get money coming out the door the Al Sharpton methods rainbow push coalition. We'll take it to the streets, unless I'm paid. So when Tillery leaves office over a period of twenty five years. Hey, manipulates council under a threat of going to the streets in calling out race riots, unless he is paid serious money. The tokens paid each year is about seven hundred thousand dollars. And when various councils over the years of said, wait a minute, every independent investigation of the. The Szekely the healthcare gap between black and white have demonstrated that this group does nothing. They hold seminars. They run commercials which in my business is a good thing and pay themselves large amounts of money. And in exchange for that we will not call a race right on the city. One other thing Dwight Tillery said in a text of PG Tillery was that it's time to crackdown on Albert. Now, I've only met Albert once maybe twice Albert is Albert smitherman. The brother of Chris measurement now. Tillery and smitherman already others throats because smitherman payoff delleri, and they're black. So it's hard for Dwight Tillery to play the race card on Chris, Chris measurements, black but nonetheless either play the race card. Or call him an uncle Tom, whatever it is. So because smitherman and Cranleigh have figured out the game played by Dwight Tillery and pagey Tillery. They said, no, wait a minute. We have a budget deficit of thirty million dollars. We cannot afford to hand out to Dwight Tillery and his group, seven hundred thousand dollars a year. Over time over ten years. We've given the guy like seven million dollars. We can't afford to do that. And so Tillery said in one of the text messages, it's time to crackdown on Albert. Albert is the brother runs Josten construction of Chris measurement and Albert is not involved in politics. Albert is one of the smitherman who simply a businessman, does quite will told I've only met them once or twice. Simply a nice guy, so you have Dwight Tillery ever gonna American who wants to take away business from Albert smitherman, and crackdown on him because his brother is Chris measurement, see how the game is played you the do what I tell you to do, or I will ruin your business ruin your family, call that a race riot, therefore you better pay me seven hundred thousand dollars and the whole Harry back black thing was the buckle. First of all, Matt Steinman was Harry black actually black. Hello. I'm blacker than he is. He's white. But because he had black blood in him somewhere. He claimed to be black, whether it's name being black. So he could get the job city manager because becoming a city manager when you're black, and most Arben areas is much easier than being white because of racial politics. The odds of a police chief in Cincinnati ever being white again is quite extreme quite unlikely. So the game was played racially to get paid. So for the last several years, Harry black, pay Dwight Tillery millions of dollars in order to quiet things down, because Dwight Tillery said too many I can deliver the black vote to you. So he goes to PG Tillery, and Chris sale Bach. And Greg Landsman said look you do what I tell you to do. And I will deliver you the black vote how much disrespect. White Tillery hold the black community is, if there a monolithic voting block who will do what I tell them to do that is insulting to black folks is not. I can't conceive of the media reaction if a white politician. It said, I'll play the white card on you. All call whites into the straight to riot. And by the way, if you're a brother or relative of someone I disagree with I will destroy you. And I'll call whites into the street to riot and all call whites at the ballot box vote against too, because of the color of your skin who in the hell if that ever happened people, you'd be laughing their butts off. I can't believe it. So at the end of the day, here, it is two three days after the text messages have been released the media's largely other than the inquire not covering it. The race card has been affectively paid played and paid by Dwight Tillery and PG Tillery who's a putz. The seven hundred thousand dollars will be voted on sometime later this month quietly. It'll be a line in a budget somewhere. It will not be covered the money will continue to flow to Dwight Tillery designations, and they closing the healthcare gap, he'll keep going to private businesses and telling them you have to pay me either fifty or one hundred thousand whatever that whatever the toll booth says one hundred thousand and to my group. So if you have a racial problem in the black community, just come see me, and I will get it solved for you. It's the worst kind of racial money, politics, that's happening in most urban areas of this country because all the urban areas are controlled by the Democratic Party. Right. And so it's all different use of the same color. They're all Democrats, and there's no Republicans to fight in the city of Cincinnati anymore. So cranley fights, Tillery, Tillery then makes deals and text messages with five members accountable. And this one last thought we have full lines got Jimmy walled. Stephanie j and many others. One last thought, when the lawyers got wind of text messages, that disclosed the real, PG Tillery, and Lance men, the real Chris sale, Bach and to my Denard, and the Greg Landsman, there was a thought in the legal community. You know, these guys and women cannot be so stupid as to put the true intentions and writing. In black and white and text message. They can't be that stupid because those in the political class. No, that you cannot have meetings outside of the public view involving majority of the body, for example, if you're a sycamore township trustee or Tony Rosello in green township. It is a matter of black letter law. Two of the three trustees cannot meet in private to decide on public business. You can't do that. Everyone knows it. And the legislature, there's ninety nine house of representatives thirty three states senators, you can have lunch or dinner with a whole bunch of Mets diamond statehouse, could get out of a five other state house representatives. It's not it's not fifty of the ninety nine ligon wined dined, and pocket-lined. That's okay. But in city council, you can't have meetings involving five of the nine and make decisions out of the public view about public money. So the lawyer. Said, you know what pagey set and failed aka PG Tillery cannot be that stupid. As to have actual decisions made outside of the public view involving five members council. When we get into these text messages, it's going to be three or four they were shocked. Discover how stupid the five members of council were to make decisions outside of the public view, which is illegal and may border criminality when they knew what the law was to his credit Greg Landsman and one Texas, the PG Tillery. Can we do in this? We can we and he said, don't worry about it, and pay G's been in office for about five years. David Mann those guys know the LOL, they were shocked at a sculpture how stupid city council members for to make decisions in private about public decisions. Then when. In the new the new Texas came out two days ago. They were somewhat surprised to learn that insert instead of pagey Sitton failed being the, the puppeteer PG is the puppet, the guy manipulating city council from behind the scenes in exchange for serious. Millions of dollars one Dwight Tillery himself, and that when Dwight Tillery threaten a race riot in the city of Cincinnati. Unless Harry black was paid. Because Harry black knows where the bodies are buried, PG Tillery, and Landsman, and to my Denard and Wendell young. And Chris sale Bach simply. Step down, so, well, we gotta be careful. Now. Dwight Tillery s- threatening a riot with better pay them off seven hundred thousand dollars, a white liberal old PG. I'm a white liberal, and I gotta have the black vote. I better pay them off. Hell sick and distorted and condescending. Is this to the black voter who's now being told that your vote can be bought and paid for? Let's continue with more blind becomes available, which never does seven four nine seven thousand pound, seven hundred new AT and T, and all the while big store in the Enquirer headline written by Sarah brookbank victim identified in fatal bond hill shooting amid continuous spike in violence, as the black community continues to shoot itself, and hold makeshift memorials and marches, and all this stuff as violence infects black community, because of a lack of fathers, a lack of family life, lack of religion, the black intelligencia and black and white liberals are dividing up the money making sure everybody gets paid. It's like that scene. From godfather part to you got a wet might be Nucci said, you got a wet my beak. I gotta be paid. Dwight Tillery must be paid to deliver the black vote to white liberals, like PG Tillery, and we now know under threat of race riots in the city. Cincinnati. A former black mayor of Cincinnati was paid. Let's continue with more fifty four minutes after the Bill Cunningham. The great American live with the reds, plankton ice starting at six oh, five. If the Saint Louis blues did it.

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The hype cycle is REAL.

MarketFoolery

10:20 min | 3 years ago

The hype cycle is REAL.

"An It's Wednesday may fifteenth mocking market fuller. I'm Chris L? Joining me in studio. The one and only Emily flipping thanks for being here. Thanks for having me. It's warm here in the studio, and it's because we had a very heated discussion with producer Dan Boyd about pizza and bagels. And that's just that's just going to remain among the three of us probably just as well. That, that, that doesn't go out to the dozens of listeners. We've got some earnings. We've got some marijuana earnings. We've got some ecommerce earnings. Let's start there. Let's start with Alibaba fourth quarter revenue up fifty one percent. And I know we like to talk from time to time about the, the law of large numbers, but this is a four hundred fifty billion dollar company, and they are putting up. Surprisingly, big numbers, when you consider how big a company Alibaba is profits were higher than expected, that the stock is barely moving positively today. What why is that this, this seems like and you watch this company closer than me, but the seems like are solidly? Good quarter for a big company. Well, you've made a mistake and bringing me on today because Alibaba is one of the companies that I watched, but there's also a handful of other Chinese companies that have been reporting and we'll continue to report the next couple of weeks. There were earnings that we've seen Alibaba included have been outstanding in the market has hammered them. In fact, Alibaba not being down today is impressive within itself. So I'll eat Baba's kind of trepidation response by the market. I don't think has anything to do with their earnings guidance their business. It's really the macro situation right now. There is nothing. They could have said that would nothing within reason that they could have said that would make the market response. Very positively. But the fact that this is such a big company growing revenue fifty one percents. And they're seeing such an amazing growth, Alibaba cloud. I mean they really are doing everything. So we have the cloud business. Their management now says they're serving fifty percent of China's a rated businesses through their cloud business, and that's actually much smaller than I think it can be over the long term. So this growth to me is just the beginning, you'll see that seventy percent of the increase in active users were actually from less developed cities as well. So they continue to expand within the country and their partnerships are really starting to pay off Allie, Pai tau they push through thirty percent of Alamos orders. That's Chinese food delivery. So the fact that Alibaba is so spread out across the country in terms of business segments. In terms of revenue, just means that this is an amazing company and the markets, kind of sad response doesn't mean much to me. So it sounds like you think this is a buying opportunity because because the stock I mean. To widen. The lens a little bit. I mean this is a stock that's I think it's up about thirty percent. Maybe over the past year, or so, like, it's, it's had a pretty decent run. But, but it sounds like you think there's a lot of runway head of it. Well, here's a good testament to that runway Yoku, which is you could call it Chinese YouTube. It's Alibaba's video streaming website. They're still producing movies and TV shows, and guessing they're selling it to Netflix. So the biggest one in China right now I think I forget the name of the but, but it dropped on Netflix today. So if you're interested in going Netflix is probably going to be one of the first videos that starts playing for you. It's a Chinese drama that they purchased from Alibaba through Yoku. So the idea that this company has tapped out growth is a terrible misunderstanding of all the different levers Alibaba's still has to pull in their business. Let's move onto another of your areas of expertise and that. The marijuana industry which you cover here at the full couple of companies reporting to till Ray reporting first-quarter results sales were up, but their costs were also up. So their loss was definitely bigger than expected and Aurora cannabis. Seemed like it had a pretty good third quarter till race. Stock getting hit a little bit Aurora cannabis last time. I checked was moving slightly positive safe to say. Roar is if not the biggest player in this space, maybe the best known. Yes. Definitely till right and Aurora to the best known players in the space. You notice that revenues growth in general, is extremely strong in both these companies till raise up almost two hundred percent but it's only twenty three million. So it just reminder to people who are interested in this space that these companies bite their popularity and despite how well no. And they are they're still extremely small and. It's projected that till right? Being one of the best known companies only has about a five percent market share in Canada. And that might sound to somebody like, wow. They have so much room to grow. But that's just a testament to how fragmented the market is. And both of these companies are increasingly unprofitable, they're going to need to raise capital to continue operations, and that should not miss out on investors investors should be perfectly aware of the fact that share shareholder, dilution in these companies is not just a word. We like to say about why we don't like them. It's, it's a real threat. It's a real threat to people who are buying these companies so despite strong revenue growth. And you're if you're interested in looking into the cannabis base, there's a lot of other companies, a lot of insularity plays that you can get into that have a lot less risk and a lot less exposure than companies like Aurora or till Ray that being said partnerships are really key for about these companies moving forward. They are big players are well known player. So it's going to be important for them to continue to make partnerships. And they're both doing a good job of executing on that. So go back twenty five years or so you had a bunch of companies that made desktop computers, and they're all competing with one, another part of the reason Microsoft grew was because they weren't interested in making the computer they were interested in just being the software inside the computer hearing, you talk about the cannabis industry. It makes me think that investors shouldn't be looking at the growers, which are the obvious sort of first place to look, but instead, the companies the picks and shovels, companies, if you will that are looking to service, any of these companies, that are producing the marijuana, like what's one or two companies that you think sort of fit that space of they're not growing. They're maybe not as well known as till Ray and Aurora but these are worth keeping an eye on. Well, one company that is an active recommendation in marijuana masterpiece. Hear that? I'm a huge fan of is actually. N wave. N wave is interesting. It's been around for a while. They're dehydrates. This is like, I think it is the oven company, but I have a simple mind. So they're actually pretty well known in the cannabis space. But people think of them as just that the oven company, they sell dehydrates. That's kind of misunderstanding of their business model very early on the company figured out that they're not going to really make a lot of money by just selling this equipment to companies like till Ray and Aurora, what they're going to make money by doing selling subscriptions licensing. And so this aren't a license, these giving exclusive rights to use his equipment to companies like Tillery and that provides ongoing recurring safer revenue. So if you like a company like till right, a good investment is actually, probably in wave which is relatively insulated because they don't have the risk that Tori has in terms of actually growing having direct exposure to the price of marijuana, which some people argue is a commodity instead, they have predictable stable growing revenue. Well still. Providing some exposure to the space safe to assume that this is one of those industries that investors should think of in terms of the more volatile end of their portfolio the higher risk, and the reason I asked that is because I was just looking at the fifty two week range for till Ray fifty to three hundred dollars a share a low of twenty dollars a share that is one hell of a roller coaster, the hype cycle is real, and we've seen it a million times over and about every industry, you can imagine. I think three D printing probably comes to mind. So nobody wants to be buying three D printing at its very peak and same can be true for marijuana. The difference is, is that in the marijuana industry, icy strong underlying demand. So that's why I feel comfortable investing a lot of these companies that being said, you have to recognize that the reason they're so hotly valued right now is because the hype is extremely strong, and it's not a matter of if we see marijuana pullback. It's a matter of win. We see a marijuana pullback. So if you're investing in companies in the marijuana space, do not just by Pierre play companies, you are setting yourself up for disaster. We should be doing is taking a basket approach taking a long-term view buying companies that maybe are pureplays but combining them with companies that operate in the marijuana space that will see less of a pullback win the marijuana industry as a whole continues to fall restaurant Brands International having their investor day today. This is the parent company of Burger King Tim Hortons Popeye's, one thing out of the day that caught my attention was Tim. Hortons is going to be adding beyond meet up shins to their menu. That was come. I attended for two reasons. One just that had happened to the win. Tim Hortons was looking for plant based meat substitutes. They didn't go with impossible foods, which there, you know. Which Burger King has been doing with the test of the impossible Walker. So clearly Tim Hortons, if anyone was wondering, oh to all of these restaurants under the restaurant Brands International brand. Are they all operating independently? Yeah, they absolutely are. But I'm curious where you see this space going because I this is also a day or two removed from impossible foods outing. They've raised another three hundred million dollars in venture financing. I think the total that they've raised now is somewhere in the neighborhood of seven hundred fifty million dollars. It seems like

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"tillery" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

06:37 min | 3 years ago

"tillery" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"So give it a try and tell a friend trying to get this off the ground. That's why I've been obsessively pitching it. If you listened yesterday and you'll hear me pitch more today. So give it a try hope you like it. Let's talk about the president and the world stage America. I mean, remember how the president when he was campaigning the role. Nothing. Extol could world role lifting those, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. Remember that remember how you used to say that? Well, they're doing it. Now tear laughing at us now Kim Jong Hoon seems to have found the launch button on his ballistic missiles, again seems to be. Flirting with disaster. I think because there's a guy named John Bolton who's absolutely terrifying. Advising the president on foreign policy. A guy who I've met. And I don't know if I've told the story on the reconquer show, I've met John Bolton many times, I've appeared on television opposite John Bolton many times spent quality time with John Bolton and green rooms and on the set of a show called redeye that I used to read I was kind of FOX's counterculture late night show. It was very different than it has been canceled for about two years now. But it was a show. I like to do I love doing it. 'cause it was always like an eclectic group of people that were, you know, there was always a conservative. There was always a comedian. And there was usually a celebrity Menelik thick. I met a bunch of people on that show over the years. And always had a progressive. It was an eclectic mix, and it was always about politics. Maybe we do one segment on politics. And then the rest of the show be about pop culture for the most part and had a lot of fun. And it was a show that you sat on set the entire hour. And I did it with John Bolton twice. And you know, this is show where people trying to be funny. I mean, if you know me, I say this a lot. I I am an improv comic. I have been paid for it. I mean cost me more to park in the city when I do these gigs than what I make. But I am a professional comedian. And I try to be funny and witty it's it's Wahl Jazirah didn't hire me when they took over current. If you file my career at all. But it's a it's a, you know, it's an interesting thing. I mean, he's. He's not funny, and he goes on the show and I sat next to him. He really had a problem with Hillary Clinton. This is before the twenty sixteen election and the problem. I don't think was his politics. Okay. I just don't. The guy went to law school with Bill and Hillary Clinton. And if you know anything about Bill Clinton, he was probably the coolest guy law school, right? I mean, you know, we could all say he was a horrible person for what he did to Monica Lewinsky. And and that is true. I think I've come around, and Monica Lewinsky, I'm a big fan of hers right now the name of his. But we know how he was. And that's probably why he got elected president, right? Could you imagine John Bolton at law school at Yale would Bill and Hillary Clinton? Maybe John Bolton's in Tillery Clinton or into some other girl that Bill Clinton would be walking home every night. Could you imagine the jealousy? A guy like John Bolton felt for Bill Clinton. I I don't know why he was so hostile towards Hillary Clinton. But maybe he was into Hillary Clinton. Back in the early nineteen seventies when she was protesting the Vietnam war, and he was dreaming about dropping bombs on other countries. But he had a real problem with her and it wasn't about policy. It was about her. And I am saying this is somebody who's talked to him who sat next to him who heard him talk about them in law school to me. As a witness. I mean, these are the kind of people the president is surrounding himself with on foreign policy a guy who wouldn't couldn't get confirmed to be UN ambassador under George W Bush couldn't be confirmed. I worked in the Senate that time I remember this fight like it was yesterday. Couldn't be confirmed. Because he was too extreme to be the UN ambassador and now. He's the president's national security adviser a guy who was too extreme to be an ambassador, of course, you know, you got to be nice to be embassador. He wasn't nice. But his views, you know. His views on foreign policy and military intervention are are horrible. They're horrifying. They are terrifying. And now, we got Kim Jong Hoon casting those really pushing some buttons. That are going to lead to consequences. I think especially if these buttons keep getting pushed closer to an election that the president's thinking about that's probably gonna lose. I don't. I don't put it past him America to sacrifice hundreds of thousands of lives on the Korean peninsula to try to save himself. That's the kind of foreign policy. We have right now. We have a president who liked to do things on gut. My gut instinct tells me to do x y and z. And that's not what foreign policy should be. It should be based on sound policy. President when he was campaigning said some things I agreed with on foreign policy sitting stupid wars said he wouldn't get us into stupid wars said he would end stupid wars. And then he hired the stupidest warrior to be his national security adviser. I mean, this is a guy who has never met a country. He didn't wanna bomb. Never. And he's got a chip on his shoulder from something that happened to him in the nineteen seventies. That makes him feel like he's got to be a bigger man and do more. That's John Bolton. That's the president's national security adviser. Drives me nuts. To think about our foreign policy right now. Yes. Mr president. They're all laughing at us. They weren't all laughing at us under Obama. They are all laughing at us right now when they're not crying. Because a miracle was the leader of the free world. And we are not doing that. Right now. How could we lead when we change our position every five minutes?.

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"tillery" Discussed on The College Draft with Ross Tucker

The College Draft with Ross Tucker

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"tillery" Discussed on The College Draft with Ross Tucker

"But just because you know, when it's a guy that it seems like it's so clouded by like a hard issue like that. And maybe off the field concerns. It's really difficult to debate. Well, you have higher than other people because you might have them higher than other people based on those things based on you just watching right ape and his and his measurable as opposed to the other stuff. So I'm going to skip him and go, right? To Jerry Tillery. Yes, sir. You have at number ten, and it's unbelievable. Because when I did the blue gold game a couple of years ago, and they were really down on him disappointed on him. And he has he has turned it around. He has and Ross you spend enough time around me that you know, my bias for interior defensive linemen, right like ones that especially have an show athleticism against surprise movements in front of them. So Jerry Tillery is someone that can break. The line of scrimmage beat his main one on one. And oftentimes you see these lumbering interior defensive linemen that when reacting to a running back or quarterback have a lot of wasted movement or or lack that short area quickness. That's not Jerry Taylor. He moves like a linebacker a lot like what Ed Oliver Williams doing this situations as well. In terms of break down and making those plays in the backfield. And it's interesting going back like the last couple. Eight years with Tillery oftentimes they were asking him to kind of be the occupier and opening up rushes and Russia lanes for other people either with Loubser stuns or twist or anything like that. But many times you see him ending up being the one who makes the play. I mean his tape against Stanford. This year might be the best one out there any individual prospect and a single game in Ross. I don't expect him to go to top ten. I don't expect him to go in the top twenty. But I have a bias towards interior defensive line with bend and flexibility that are slippery against the interior blockers. And he is absolutely outstanding. And all those areas, and I think this into your defensive line classes deep Ross, especially with athletes. So if I have one that I really believe in I'm going to rank him up high. Well, and I love it..

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Are we talking about GE or GM?

MarketFoolery

13:48 min | 3 years ago

Are we talking about GE or GM?

"That Tuesday, April nights. Welcome to Mark Tillery. I'm Chris joining me in studio today from fam- fund, a proud graduate of the university of Virginia law school Bill Barker. Congratulations to your Cavaliers. Thank you. Thank you very much. It was good run heck of a run and we've got condolences to our colleague, Mike Robinson whose Texas Tech grad who's at the basketball game last night. But congrats to. Metropolitan our colleague, and the many UVA graduates who worked here at headquarters. Lot of lot of orange and blue around the office today a lot of people fly in the colors. Why not they should? Yeah. Yeah. I mean, we're is a Virginia company. That's true. That's true. People don't know that. And let's face it. When it comes to major college sports, you're probably going to have a better shot at winning national title with your law school than your undergraduate alma mater, time will tell I guess, I guess we'll say we're going to dip into the full mailbag. We've got news from the healthcare industry the packaged foods industry. Let's start with this get the popcorn ready because on Wednesday. The CEO of the biggest banks in America are heading to Capitol Hill to testify before the House Financial Services committee. The rundown is Jamie diamond from J P Morgan Michael bat from city, David Solomon from Goldman Sachs, Jim Gorman from Morgan Stanley, Brian moynahan from Bank of America will get to Wells Fargo in a second coincidentally or maybe not coincidentally Bank of America announcing today that the company is raising the minimum wage at its company to twenty dollars an hour. And if nothing else the timing of that announcement makes Wednesday probably a little less painful for Brian moynahan hand testifying on Capitol Hill. Yeah, I think so I don't think there's much coincidence about it. I think it's. We'll see it seems like a smart political play at the moment getting the headlines that that they want and positioning, and they'll know expound on that a bit in front of the cameras. So I think that it takes some of the wind out of the sales of of those that are going to attack at least Bank of American. I, you know, I think every everybody is going to be under pressure to to respond. So in terms of Wells Fargo. At the moment. If someone from Wells Fargo is on the list to testify I haven't seen it yet. Doesn't mean. It's not going to happen. We've still got time before the hearing. But I'm reminded of a conversation. I had couple years back with Paul liner. Who's covered the automotive industry for thirty plus years, and we have him on motley. Fool money pretty much every year around the North American International auto show in January and talking to Paul about how. About the ripple effect of. Automaker X having some sort of large failure. And failure to disclose. The failure of whatever the technology is whether you know, it's Volkswagen in the emission standard and just sort of the ripple effect. Like, if you're if you're any of the other automakers you like 'cause they they all pay for it in some small way. And by the same token Wells Fargo just continuing to screw up in terms of their own culture the fake account scandal. Tim Sloan who was there when the scandal? Happing happened not being the right person to try and clean up the mess. And then you know, he is shown the door. If you're any of these other CEO's, I have to believe in the back of their mind at some point tomorrow. They want to say, hey, at least, we're not Wells Fargo. I mean, it just it. It's one of those things where yes, it's a Wells Fargo problem. But it really does spread to the other. Banks. Yeah. I I think that they'll probably to the extent they can sort of redirect the questioning toward. Oh, well, Wells Fargo. You probably would've enjoyed having them here to kick around. And I was I was looking up some of the data on what's been paid. So far post. Oh, eight oh nine and there have been about a about a quarter of a trillion dollars in fines against the banks and not all that cash. Some of that is as been settled in by loan forgiveness, and and some other credits, but it's a, you know, in terms of there was a bail out of the banks true enough, and they paid back the money that they were in some cases forced to borrow from from the federal government. But but that was paid back and they have paid fines. And I don't know that that it is a strong thing to say, hey, look, we've already paid a quarter of a trillion, you know, combined in fine. So don't act like we. Haven't you know, already been punished? That's that's not going to get them anywhere. But you know, they can talk bleakly I guess about having made amends at times, well and one difference between now and five years ago eight years ago that sort of thing is you can make a pretty strong case that big banks are no longer number one on capitol Hill's enemy list in terms of the business world. I think the big tech has probably supplanted them. So for any CEO who wants to try out there? Well, hey, at least we're not Wells Fargo. They could just as easily and by the way, we're also not Facebook. Yeah. Well, and I don't know if that's going to go anywhere either. As I so they've got to create the accentuate the positive part of the story in this twenty dollar minimum pay which Monahan is said, look anybody who works here is going to be making at least forty one thousand dollars. A year. That sounds pretty good as if you're thinking in terms of a minimum wage job of which there are essentially none INA back, right? You've got Bank tellers to the degree that that's a major part of the employment. Banks. I don't know how much that's the case. But you don't have a lot of employees who are probably, you know, competing with at any of these banks who are thinking, what are the other minimum wage jobs that I would be comparing this against, but I think it is a positive, and they're pointing to it in part as something that they are doing their they're connecting the dots between the tax cut and making this sort of passing on some of the profits that they have they're sitting on from from the massive tax cut. So you know, that will get them some of the way with maybe about. You know, one half of the aisle one side of the aisle will will allow them to talk about that and the other half, probably less. So. Like, I said get the popcorn ready. Let's move onto Cerna Corp, which is healthcare. Technology firm, sir has reached an agreement with starboard value. Well, known activist investors to add four members to the board of directors Cerna is also buying back. One point two billion dollars worth of stock. Which of these two things is pushing shares of sir up ten percent today. Because my assumption is just based on the fact that shares of Sern are have sort of treaded water over the last five years or so I'm assuming it's the board seats, I think, yes. Wing along in the the line that starboard is is recommending it's remarkable starved really doesn't have that much of Cerna. I think a red by one percent of Cerna stock, but there's whole laundry list of changes that are going to be made including the strategic business unit being eliminated. I think that. Dividend was just recently, the started by sir. And it looks like they are going to be forced to change some of their capital allocation, including at least authorization to buy back up to one point two billion whether that gets follow through or not we'll see. But I think the board search is, you know, that's that's all part of the equation. I don't know how you can separate a twelve percent move when it opened now it's maybe eight or nine percent. And you know, what part of that is scribe to what part of this whole package. I'm not looking knock starboard value. But I am curious about something that you just said, which is that start value only has a one percent of Cerna Stott. How are they getting four seats on the board? If they only have one percent of the stock. The seems like something you get when you have at least five percent of the stock and really closer. To ten percent of the stock. I agree. I was surprised when when I read that. And so I want to admit that I need to make sure that that's the case before going too far. But if it is the case, you can you can guess that they have some other shares that they are in communication with that are on their side because. Yeah, one percent is one percent. If that's all that. It means is hey, sell your one percent if you know that unhappy. I mean, we we don't you don't have as much power as you think. But if they have plenty of people on their Rolodex, and you know, nowhere to push the buttons and organize the the votes that proxy time than that. That's a different story. Yeah. I was gonna say if in fact, it's only one percent then that opens up a whole world of opportunity for activist investors, potentially. Our Email address is market fully at full dot com. Questioned from dang who's writing from China, dang rights. I've been listening to market fuller since I started investing in stocks and twenty fourteen lately, I've been looking at some large cap stocks, which may not grow that fast and cites as examples Kroger General Motors and some airlines docks. Goes on to I'm considering their p values which are below ten making them cheaper than the market average. Are they bargain or are they potential traps? The age old question dang value play or value trap. Because that is always the thing that sucks in. I was gonna say value investors. But really a lot of investors just, you know, their growth investors who just see a stock. Get knocked down twenty percent in one day and immediately start thinking. Well, look, it's it's on sale twenty percent. So you know, maybe I should be jumping in here. How do you help people think about solving this question because we're talking about more than one stock here, and we're not gonna go through like Kroger. General, you know, we're not gonna go through all of them. But what do you sort of look for once once you've made that initial calculation of? Okay. Here's a large cap, it's not going away. And sometimes we're looking at large companies that are paying dividend. So there's some reason to buy them, maybe the businesses and setting the world on fire, but you've done the math. And you say we'll look from peace stamp this significantly cheaper than the overall market. Why should I buy a few shares? Yeah. Is a good question. And to take the p so it's I'm looking at data that right now in comparison to its forward earnings GE for instances at five point eight times forward earnings. And boy that sounds street at is cheap over the last five years. The average is six point two. So usually for the market for the last five years for GE over g so g is not it's maybe, you know, five percent cheaper than its five-year average in comparison to the forward earnings expectations. And why is it so cheap one the Ford earnings tend to be overly optimistic not only for GE, but for everybody at this time of the year, you're still going out one quarter ninth and yet reported, and so there is the typical enthusiasm about the year ahead, and as the year goes down and companies report, and they say, you know, we're gonna we're not gonna Aaron quite as much as we may be thought we did. Or as you thought we did. Additionally, just it's a highly cyclical industry autos and auto sales of begun to level in decline, and

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"tillery" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"tillery" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Tillery rounds fired on what remains of the village of who's to say ISIS started to Ben ties and trash to create a smokescreen that shields them from the drones that fly above just in the last week. The UN says some thirteen thousand people have fled from the small patch of land, and even as the operation resumes, their fears that there may still be some children trapped inside for those that fled the journey has been tough as many as eighty four children two thirds of them younger than the age of five have died since December either while on the road or in refugee camps. Local officials say they've been overwhelmed by the number of arrivals, and they don't have the resources to cope for NPR news. I'm Richard look the US ambassador to the U K is striking out against what he says are myths about American food exports that he says are spread by protectionists in Britain. NPR's Shannon, van Sanford Portsea makes the argument today in the Daily Telegraph newspaper ambassador. Woody Johnson is urging the UK to accept US farming practices as the US pushes for a post Brexit UK US trade deal the US wants to eliminate or reduce barriers for American products. But some in Britain say that would open their markets to unsafe American exports, including chlorine treated chicken, and genetically modified crops Johnson argues that these exports are healthy in that US farming practices allow more food to be produced at a lower cost NPR, Shannon, van Sant. Vermont independent Senator Bernie Sanders today officially kicked off his bid for the democratic presidential nomination with a rally in his hometown of Brooklyn NPR's, Daniel, Kurtz, lab Hammas there. Sanders spoke at Brooklyn college, which he attended for one year..

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Immigration And The Economy

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:14 min | 3 years ago

Immigration And The Economy

"Support for this NPR podcast and the following message. Come from the UPS store, offering services from shredding to printing to mailbox ING and instead of closing this holiday. The UPS store is doing another ING altogether. Opening the UPS store every ING for small business, and of course shipping. So the US Europe, China and Japan have lots of differences, but one common problem their populations are aging each faces a future with a shortage of young workers. But the United States has one big advantage immigrants and want to talk about this with David Wessel. He directs the Hutchins center at the Brookings Institution. And is a contributor to the Wall Street Journal either David good morning. All right. So the oldest baby boomers are in the early seventies. Now, and you know, we we hear so much about the graying of America. But how does our country compared to other countries? Well, we're all getting older that is the share of the population over age sixty five is growing both. Because each woman in these societies is having fewer kids and because life expectancies arising we're simply living longer, but this phenomenon is more rapid outside the United States. So if you look at projections the Population Reference race, search bureau has some and you look ahead to twenty fifty that's thirty years from now about twenty two percent of the people in the US will be over sixty five, but it'll be twenty six percent and China thirty one percent and Germany and thirty six percent in Japan. I'd so I mentioned though, the that the United States has a real advantage describe it for me, right? The reason we say it's an advantage is because economics of this are straightforward. The more mart working age people. You have to support each retiree the easy. It'll be for working age people to both care for old folks and enjoy rising living standards themselves. So what we have in the US is simply even though for Tillery is down here. Over time fewer kids per woman than it used to be. We're still significantly more fertile than the rest of the world. And or at least more than Germany, Italy, Japan and China and second we have as you said earlier a lot more immigrants. If you can't grow your own, you can import them and the immigrants are usually younger than the people already here more likely to be workers and retirees an immigrant women tend to have more kids than their native counterparts. So if you look ahead to twenty fifty the Pew Research Center says if we had no immigrants at all the US population would stop. Growing the number of people dying would equal the number of births. Okay. So larger population if we talk about economics does does faster growing population. Also mean a faster going Konami? Yes. I mean, the more people the more workers the more consumers, the bigger the economy, but what really matters is that not the top line GDP growth. It's how big the economy is per person. So if you think of Nigeria Nigeria's population is growing at two point six percent a year that means in order to give the same amount of stuff to people. It's a Konami has to grow by two point sixty percent a year. But in the US our population is growing much more slowly despite immigration less than one percent a year. So we can deliver more stuff per person with a much slower economic growth rate. But I think the important thing is it's not only the number of people that matters. It's their age the more working people the easier. It is to care for the large and growing number of retirees the more people paying taxes for social security, Medicare and so forth and the more workers available to care for the growing number of of. Elderly, and that's where immigration plays a really important role. So can we say definitively that that immigrants are are a plus for the overall economy, or or is it complicated? Well, it's really hard to talk motion about immigration. I'm the some immigrants, but if you just look at government budgets, the National Academy of sciences panel found that it's a plus for federal government, and it's a minus for many state and local governments because they have to pay for schools for so many of the immigrants kids. David Wessel of the Brookings Institution. Always great to talk to you. David. Thanks a lot. You welcome. This message comes from NPR sponsor. Comcast business. Business has always been driven by innovators. That's why Comcast business is helping you with technology that provides better experiences. Comcast business beyond fast.

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New lawsuits filed against Cleveland fertility clinic where 4,000 embryos were lost

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New lawsuits filed against Cleveland fertility clinic where 4,000 embryos were lost

"Eight new lawsuits are being filed against an Ohio for Tillery clinic that lost thousands of frozen eggs and embryos last year university hospitals for tilles center near Cleveland, experienced a storage tank failure that impacted nearly a thousand families temperatures rose inside the tank and an alarm system that would have detected. It had been turned

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"tillery" Discussed on Science for the People

Science for the People

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"tillery" Discussed on Science for the People

"Again, and again, and again, it's like releasing. An element into the population. That is a finding replace function. Whenever it finds a copy of your original target sequence encoded by that guide. Darnay he will cut it. And replace it with the new version. And you mentioned a little bit earlier that gene drives are not just laboratory creations. They actually do occur in nature. Where do we find them everywhere, including our own genomes, who's another kind of gene drive one that instead of copying itself from one chromosome to the same site on the sister chromosome because we have two copies of all of our chromosomes except for the sex chromosomes, which is a bit more complicated. In some gene drive systems. They simply copy themselves at random somewhere else in the Gino pleaser called jumping genes scientific name is transposed on. And what it does is? It makes a copy of all just insert self at random somewhere else. And the vast majority of the DNA in our own selves is broken transposons broken remnants of gene drive systems from the past that have just accumulated overtime. What's more gene drive systems can be essential to involving potentially important do traits? So the current best theory for how mammals evolved the placenta. To feed to feed the embryo in the fetus in the womb is that it required a transpose onto move essential regulatory elements to other sites in the genome that is mammals, and humans would not be what we are today. Were it not for an ancient gene drive that moved the elements necessary to let us become what we are. But now we have these gene drives on we can make them work in the lab. Scientists are working on ways to use this to reduce mosquito populations specifically mosquitoes, but also you've been working with nematodes, roundworms, etc. What are some of the ways that a gene drive could be used to reduce a population? So this seems kind of strange, right? How can you reduce the population by spreading announcement doesn't need to reproduce in order to spread will the way? You do. It is you target a gene that requires only one copy. For fertility. So it's most effective. If you target a female for Tillery g because for obvious reasons females are absolutely necessary for the species to produce. So if you want to reduce the population he want to reduce female facility. So if you build a gene drive system, but crisper gene drive system that cuts and replaces a female fertility g well females that have one copy of this gene inherited from a wild parent and one copy from a gene drive parent will be fertile. And that's because you only need one functional copy, but in their ovaries when they produce eggs. The gene drive system will activate it will cut the functional copy and replace it with itself. So these females will be fertile, and they will transmit the gene drive system to all of their offspring. But if you have a female that has two parents that carry the drive system, then she will inherit two broken copies and will be infertile. So the drive systems spreads rapidly.

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"tillery" Discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"tillery" Discussed on Masters in Business

"That may have traditionally had lower home ownership rates may see that tick up modestly. So I think that's an important part of the American economic life. I think homeownership is not for everyone. Never everyone doesn't need to have that. But a lot of people aspire to that. And so making that possible I think in a responsible way is an important thing to do, but sort of a particular target or a number or something like that. I don't think that's that's the way to think about it's really to think about is the economy sort of providing the opportunity for folks who have good credit who would qualify for mortgage. Are they able to get sort of mortgage credit and financing? So you reference changes in some of the demographics. Let's dive into a little bit. You know, if you bought a house in the fifties or sixties, you had a us demographic tailwind that your back and a lot of people who are retiring over the past couple years got to benefit from a country that had on a hundred and fifty million. People and now are well over three and a quarter million people. What is the impact on housing if for Tillery rates continue to fall, and we end up with a fairly level population. If we don't see population growth, well, you have to replace old decrepit homes, but really that's a key driver, isn't it? That's absolutely the case. Although I think we have to make a little bit of caution right back in the eighties or nineties some condoms wrote looked at the housing market, and we're suggesting the housing market crash in the nineties, and they were based off of historical demographic trends, but what they didn't account for was the fact that people are living longer and your lives. And so one of the key things we've seen is that, you know, the boomer generation has been the healthiest generation they are living longer. They're intending to live longer. And so you're not going to necessarily see the same fall off in or supply coming online from you know, boomers, you know, moving to you know, out of home ownership or out of their apartments. That's probably. Not going to happen. It will happen later. What? Well, now, let's assume the longevity factor is part of the demographic question wouldn't that just change the type of homeownership, you'll see more people in either active retirement communities or assisted living facilities or communities where you still own your.

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"tillery" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

05:43 min | 3 years ago

"tillery" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Our lines have become increasingly jammed in this live, our the you know why? Because if you're lucky enough to get through the call screener and get online is soon as the broadcast is over. I go to the podcast, right? Take all the calls that are holding and then you'll become part of savages podcast district. So we're talking about the issue of the wall, invasion conquest things of that nature. Now, let me tie some new stories into this for you. Fragility rate for white women for fertility rate for white women plummets below the limit needed to maintain the population in every single US state. Did you hear that one for Chile rates for white women were down in every US state in two thousand seventeen below the rate needed for the population to replace it self a new report from the centers for democrat control? And prevention reveals, however, among black Hispanic women for Tillery writes were up in twelve and twenty nine states respectively. That's very interesting. Now, why do you think that native born white women are having no or fewer children than before? Well, let's talk about girls just wanna have fun. Let's just talk about rampant pornography. Let's just talk about the loss of family. The loss of church the loss of civility. Let's just talk about the fact that that's how a society dies in front of your eyes. Now tied him with that and tied into my bigger theme of invasion, and conquest is another story. You're not gonna believe it's it's hard for me to actually. Believe anyone could do this. But here it comes. There's a group called the American psychological association when you say that you think of crazy people a bunch of sickos who run it, right? Well, just got sicker. They have released a study from the American psychological association concerning men and boys saying that traditional masculinity is harmful and it could lead to homophobia sexual harassment. What I'm not making the story up. I can't make this up. Listen to what these sickos the perverts at the APA are saying, listen carefully. I'm not going to mince any words in this. These are the sickest, most perverted people in the history of the world in the medical world that is writing stuff like this, quote, I'm reading I'm quoting it right now from the so-called PHD's and MD's around the American psychological association. In my mind. They're all psychological, deviants and perverts the main thrust of the subsequent research. They right is that traditional masculinity marked by listen, stoicism, competitiveness, dominance, and aggression is on the whole harmful. Reads, the news released by the sicko association. It notes that research shows the following quote, traditional masculinity is psychologically harmful and that's socializing boys to suppress their emotions causes damage that echoes both inwardly and outwardly unquote. The document by the sick people at the association, those onto coin masculine ideology. Which str- which stems from traditional masculinity? And then they say that masculinity Homs boys and men I'm quoting now, quote, traditional masculinity ideology has been shown to limit male, psychological development, constrain their behavior result in gender roles, strain and gender role conflict and negatively influence mental health and physical health on quote. The report warns the masculine ideology as defined by these psychological Geoff's of the American psychological association. Is defined as a particular constellation of standards that have held sway over large segments of the population, including anti feminity achievement. I said that word I swear to God. Issue of the appearance of weakness and adventure risk and violence. The research by the psychological dwarfs research goes on to suggest that masculine boys may put their energy a disruptive behaviors such as homophobia, bullying and sexual harassment. Rather than striving for academic excellence. So if you have a boy who was taught not to cry like a Sissy to try to achieve something to make you proud of him. To not show his weakness because others will take advantage of him. Act like a girl because he's a boy not a girl to be adventurous to take risks and engage in fights. When necessary according to the psychopaths, you have damaged your son. Now, you understand what I mean? By the enemy within what they're lining this country up for is something that only a novelist could flesh out these sick, perverted demons in the American psychological association are getting ready to evaluate all boys of America. For this disease called masculinity, and then to drug them into submission and to destroy them. So we have a declining white. Fragility rate. Amongst white women. We have an attack upon masculinity, meaning meaning upon boys, and we have an invasion from the third.

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"tillery" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

05:43 min | 3 years ago

"tillery" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Our lines have become increasingly jammed in this live, our the you know why? Because if you're lucky enough to get through the call screener and get online as soon as the broadcast is over I go to the podcast, right? Take all the calls that are holding and then you'll become part of savages podcast history. So we're talking about the issue of the wall, invasion conquest things of that nature. Now, let me tie some news stories into this for you. Fragility rate for white women plot for fertility rate for white women plummets below the limit needed to maintain the population in every single US state. Did you hear that one for Tilleke rates for white women were down in every US state in two thousand seventeen below the rate needed for the population to replace it self a new report from the centers for democrat control? And prevention reveals, however, among black Hispanic women for Tillery rates were up in twelve and twenty nine states respectively. That's very interesting. Now, why do you think that native born white women are having no or fewer children than before? Well, let's talk about girls just wanna have fun. Let's just talk about rampant pornography. Let's just talk about the loss of family. The loss of church the loss of civility. Let's just talk about the fact that that's how a society dies in front of your eyes. Now tied him with that and tied into my bigger theme of invasion, and conquest is another story. You're not gonna believe it's it's hard for me to actually believe anyone could do this. But here it comes. There's a group called the American psychological association when you say that you think of crazy people a bunch of sickos run it, right? Well, they got sicker. They have released a study from the American psychological association concerning men and boys saying that traditional masculinity is harmful and it could lead to homophobia sexual harassment. What I'm not making this story up. I can't make this up. Listen to what these sickos the perverts at the APA are saying, listen carefully. I'm not going to mince any words on this. These are the sickest, most perverted people in the history of the world in the medical world. That is writing stuff like this, quote, I'm reading I'm quoting it right now from the so-called PHD's and MD's around the American psychological association. In my mind. They're all psychological, deviants and perverts the main thrust of the subsequent research. They right is that traditional masculinity mocked by listen, stoicism, competitiveness, dominance, and aggression is on the whole harmful. Reads, the news released by the sicko association. It notes that research shows the following quote, traditional masculinity is psychologically harmful and that's socializing boys to suppress their emotions causes damage that echoes both inward lean outwardly, unquote. The document by the sick people at the association, those onto coin masculine ideology. Which which stems from traditional masculinity? And then they say that masculinity Homs boys and men I'm quoting now, quote, traditional masculinity ideology has been shown to limit male, psychological development, constrain their behavior result in gender roles, strain and gender role conflict and negatively influence mental health and physical health on quote. The report wants the masculine ideology as defined by these psychological, dwarfs of the American psychological association. Is the find as a particular constellation of standards that have held sway over large segments of the population including anti feminity achievement. I said that word I swear to God. Issue of the appearance of weakness and adventure risk and violence. The research by the psychological dwarfs research goes on to suggest that masculine boys may put their energy to a disruptive behaviors such as homophobia, bullying and sexual harassment. Rather than striving for academic excellence. So if you have a boy who was taught not to cry like Assissi to try to achieve something to make you proud of him. To not show his weakness because others will take advantage of him. Tonight act like a girl because he's a boy not a girl to be adventurous to take risks and engage in fights when necessary according to these psychopaths, you have damaged your son. Now, you understand what I mean? By the enemy within what they're lining this country up for is something that only a novelist could flesh out these sick, perverted demons in the American psychological association are getting ready to evaluate all the boys of America. For this disease called masculinity, and then to drug them into submission and to destroy them. So we have declining white. Fragility rate. Amongst white women. We have an attack upon masculinity, meaning meaning upon boys, and we have an invasion from the third.

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Budweiser maker and Tilray to test pot drinks

Biz 1190 Overnight featuring Bloomberg Radio

01:18 min | 3 years ago

Budweiser maker and Tilray to test pot drinks

"These beverages will not be alcoholic. I think that's important to note may not this point in time. They're just expected to carry out research. They won't take any decisions on actually commercializing any products. And remember Canada doesn't actually legalize edibles or cannabis infused drinks until next year. So that's possibly why they'll just be carrying out the research component of this for now. Both companies have pledged to spend as much as fifty million dollars on this research. This partnership just goes to show how much is really happening in the industry mean AB inbev is the third alcohol companies either partner with a with a Canadian pop producer or invest in an apartment. Producer and we've seen how much the Canadian producers shares have rallied and Abyan bad and Tillery chairs were both up post markets on this news. Let's talk about Facebook. It's been another hot topic today after shares plunged the most since July seems that privacy concerns are weighing heavily yet. Again. That's absolutely, right. You sit up. So there were two key developments for Facebook yesterday that really seemed to have rattled investors and rattled the market. The first was that. There was a report out in the New York Times saying that Facebook actually allowed more than one hundred and fifty companies more access to personal

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Marijuana stocks up after Jeff Sessions resigns

The Ray Lucia Show

00:42 sec | 3 years ago

Marijuana stocks up after Jeff Sessions resigns

"Stocks are up in marijuana companies after Jeff Sessions resigns as attorney general USA's. Chris Barnes has the story. Shares of Canadian pot company Tillery going up thirty percent immediately. After news that Jeff Sessions was out as the USA g stocks and other publicly traded marijuana companies like canopy growth and Aurora cannabis. Also rising by more than eight percent sessions had promised he'd roll back Obama era policies that allowed states to set their own rules when it came to marijuana the companies were also enjoying a boost because. Michigan voters approved a measure legalizing recreational pot on Tuesday

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Court sentences woman to life for neo-Nazi murders

BBC Newshour

02:44 min | 4 years ago

Court sentences woman to life for neo-Nazi murders

"The united states and china worsens japan hong kong and shanghai fell by between one and two percent european markets are also down china's commerce ministry says it shocked by us plans to impose a ten percent tariff on a further two hundred billion dollars worth of imports from china russianbacked syrian government forces have reportedly nonstop an offensive against the islamic state group in the southwest of the country johnston reports the syrian government is determined to reestablish its control over all of the southern province of its recently taken back swathes of territory from rebels of what's known as the free syrian army but islamic state militants continue to hold a corner of the province the british based syrian observatory for human rights says this sliver of territory has now been subjected to airstrikes and our tillery fire the militants set of counterattacked targeting a village just outside the area they control a neo nazi sympathizer in germany has been sentenced to life imprisonment for ten murders chapa was part of a gang that carried out racist killings jenny hill has more details one eight nine of tash descent was shot dead at close range the german authorities assumed romley that they've been caught up in immigrant gang violence in facts the victims had been deliberately targeted by a near nazi sal shaper entombed accomplices who later killed themselves well apparently intent on spreading terror among the tax community today shaper was sentenced to life in prison but the proceedings fails to address fundamental questions how and why did the killer select their victims and why did the german authorities seemingly do so little to protect them bbc news this is wnyc in new york i'm richard hake democratic senators from the tristate area are building a case against brett cavanaugh president trump's nominee for the supreme court wnyc washington correspondent john o'connor reports connecticut senator chris murphy said trump's nominee could rule on a texas case challenging the affordable care act the trump administration is trying to get the judicial branch to invalidate protections for people with preexisting conditions congress couldn't repeal the law he said but cavenaugh dissented in a two thousand eleven decision upholding the aca new york's kirsten gillibrand said cavanaugh would undermine mine worker rights and other senators argued state gun laws and the special counsel trump investigation are also at risk with republicans controlling the senate democrats will need public pressure to prevent kavanagh's confirmation within six months since he took over as the head of the.

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Fed lifts rates, signals tougher stance as economy strengthens

This Morning with Gordon Deal

02:36 min | 4 years ago

Fed lifts rates, signals tougher stance as economy strengthens

"From compass media networks this america's first news this morning with your host gordon deal breaking news from austin good morning i'm gordon deal along with jennifer kushinka on this wednesday march twenty first glad you're with us here's what's up this hour reports from texas say the suspects behind the serial bombings is dead local media say he blew himself up as police attempted to arrest him early this morning to students were injured at a maryland high school when a fellow teenager opened fire yesterday the gunman was killed the mid atlantic and northeast are getting their fourth winter storm in the past three weeks on the west coast massive rains are the concern in higher deposit rates may finally be coming to your bank when the fed raises its shortterm rate the banks can start to raise deposit rates but they usually try to wait long as they can before they do that but they do tend to raise rates on some of their loans right way wall street journal reporter christina rexroad on how banks may finally offer a little more of a return after today's fed meeting her report in about twenty minutes police in austin texas say the serial bombing suspect killed himself early this morning with an explosive device as police moved in the austin american statesman was reporting that police had located the suspect using a mix of cell phone information security video in store receipts meanwhile two more explosive devices were founded texas yesterday one that blew up inside a fedex facility outside san antonio injuring a man and another found unexploded at a fedex site in austin also there was an unrelated incident last night in which an incendiary device was discovered in south austin at a goodwill store but assistant police chief ally rae said it wasn't related to the others that employees took the box around the corner and upon looking inside of it it had to small devices that were are tillery simulators that looks like some type of military ordinance or some type of memento the employees handled one of those devices which caused serious injuries austin police say they had received four hundred twenty suspicious package calls in just twenty four hours relating to this by the way and against circling back to the top story the serial bombing suspect has killed himself in the wee hours of this morning as police closed in let's get some analysis and all this now from dr john.

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