35 Burst results for "Tim What"

Immigration lawyers threaten legal action

AP News Radio

01:01 min | Last week

Immigration lawyers threaten legal action

"Immigration lawyers accused the Republican governors of Texas and Florida of breaking federal immigration law Ivan espinoza madrigal with lawyers for civil rights tells the AP Florida governor Ron DeSantis and Texas governor Greg Abbott illegally sent migrants awaiting immigration hearings in Texas and Florida to Washington D.C. and Martha's Vineyard Massachusetts We are exploring civil and criminal legal avenues to hold the perpetrators and the states accountable Espinosa magruder girl says two planes charted by desantis that landed in Martha's Vineyard included pregnant women and children and at least one person who needed medical care Florida Texas can not ship people drop them and discreet unattended including children as young as four and 5 years old without any support structure Texas governor Greg Abbott has sent thousands of migrants to various locations without any notification to local state or federal authorities I'm Tim McGuire

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Democrats Love Illegal Immigration

The Dan Bongino Show

01:30 min | Last week

Democrats Love Illegal Immigration

"Because people who come here the right way obviously believe in process they believe in law they believe in order and they believe in the power of the United States and the power of the United States What we represent is fueled by law order and an allegiance to principle in allegiance to the constitution Those are the kinds of people come here the right way who might later on not vote for the wrong way and chaos and the lack of Law & Order Does that make sense If your goal was to get more people here you could do it the legal way They don't want that Because to them this is about voting power Now they try to turn that around on us at a racist They don't want to be That is the most ridiculous absurd offensive It's a typical liberal move It's a slimeball move It's what they do all the time The irony of this is it is the liberals obsessed with the racial component of immigration It's not us It's not us at all Again we're principal We don't care where you come from You're a Poland Mexico Canada nobody cares If you're Hank Johnson Guam You get the joke later some other people Nobody cares Tim you just figured that out right We don't care We just want you to come here legally Liberals don't want that They prefer illegal immigration Illegal immigration creates the demographic destiny argument or they thought it did

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Trump to Hold Rally in Ohio

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:59 sec | Last week

Trump to Hold Rally in Ohio

"Former president Trump will be in Youngstown Ohio on Saturday night. And the 45th president will be speaking at the cavelli center. No. That's named by Sammy cavelli. Who's a friend of mine? And Sammy is a graduate of Warren JFK high school. And former president Trump will be accompanied by JD Vance, who is running against another friend of mine. Another graduate of Warren JFK high school Tim Ryan, but I think JD is going to win. And I've said that, I just don't beat up on my Friends on the air. And that will be a very interesting rally because it is opposite the Ohio State Toledo game. Now, the Ohio State Toledo game starts at 7 and should be over by about 7 15. Not technically over, but CJ Stroud, treva and Henderson. I'm just not too worried about the rocket. God love you rockets. God love you, dude, Toledo.

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How Did the FBI Find Mike Lindell at a Hardee's in Minnesota?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:36 min | Last week

How Did the FBI Find Mike Lindell at a Hardee's in Minnesota?

"A hardee's. Why are three FBI cars four, four? How do they know you're there, why are they stopping you there? This is just to intimidate you. This is unbelievably despicable. It just shocking to me. They could get to you any time they chose to do this. Why do you think they did that? How did they know you were there? Well, I asked them that, I said, do you have a tracking device on my truck? And they go, and the guy says, no. And then I said, oh, I get it. You've been tracking my phone. And I took my phone, and I said, hey, Tim Cook, if they take my phone, how are you gonna listen to me anymore? And these guys just stand there and they're waiting for this phone. And I go, you know what? I took a family trip by a pictures on there that this from the last weekend and stuff I said, since everything. I don't have a computer or everything I do is off of my phone. Well, anyway, the lawyer says, well, you got to give it to him. Well, then I get this interesting piece. So you talk about intimidation. They don't want me talking about getting rid of the machines anymore. I'll tell you that. They give me this letter and the letter says, you're going to love this. We request that you do not disclose the existence of this subpoena for an indefinite period of time. In other words, don't tell anybody that the FBI got this from you. Although they get this, although the law does not require non disclosure unless it's a court order issued, we believe that the impact of any disclosure could be detrimental to our investigation. Right.

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Carol Burnett Went Into a Closet Chinless and Emerged 'Determined'

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:54 min | 2 weeks ago

Carol Burnett Went Into a Closet Chinless and Emerged 'Determined'

"You and Jodi had dental surgery at the same time. Not the same time. I had my jaw done. Yeah. Okay. It was broken in two places. Yeah. I still have wires back here. They took out part of my bone here and lifted. Because wait, your mom had an overbite, and you had an underbite. No, I had a, yeah, my teeth met. And then mom had a slight weaker chin. Yeah, I had a weaker chin. Jodi got that, and so I went to the oral surgeon and I asked him about I said, but I don't want to go through what? He said, don't have to. Just kind of cut in here and pulled it out three millimeters. Wow. Is all. You know, so I just wanted to feel The Rain. You know, on my chin without having to look up. The awning. So now, we had done the easy street number. Before, and we'd wrap Annie and I got the operation. Procedure done. And now the easy street number when we first did it was overkill. It was 400 dancers in it. And in the street with a monkey grinder and it was just too much. And Bernadette Peters and Tim Curry and I said, this is very good, but you know, it should be just the three villains in the orphanage doing the number. So now I had the procedure, and I get a call from the producer, like a month later, saying, we're going to reshoot. The easy street number, and so bernadette is coming in from New York and Tim from England, and I was in white at the time. So we all went and I said to I said to the producer over the phone, I said, I have a chin now. And he said, what? And I explained it to him. And he said, oh, with all that miss hannigan drag, nobody's gonna know, you know, right. So okay, I just thought I'd tell you. So I flew in. Now we're in the easy street. We're in the office of miss hannigan. Right. John Huston says all right. And he said, I think what I'll do, oh, because ray stark said, you know, it won't be pictured a picture. It'll just be that scene. And nobody's going to notice with all that miss hannigan drag, so. Okay. So now we're in the hurt office. Bernadette Tim and I and mister Houston says, I think what our water do. Is take it from when Carol went into the closet to find Annie's locket. We'll pick it up from when she comes out of the closet. Pictured a picture at all. Yeah. I said, mister Hughes. Call me John, dear. John. Two months ago, when I ran into the closet, I didn't have a chin. Now I'm out of the closet. Right. Right. Thought for a minute and he said, well, dear. Just come out looking determined.

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Sid Rosenberg Previews His New Book 'Sid-izens United'

Mark Levin

01:13 min | 2 weeks ago

Sid Rosenberg Previews His New Book 'Sid-izens United'

"Your book is really quite fascinating here Tell everybody why you got involved in this project and what's it about Well you know my dad passed away two years ago Mark And I was very very close with my father And years ago I became friendly with a guy named Tim Russell You remember Tim And when of course when Tim's father passed away he wrote a book called big rush which he dedicated to the relationship between him and his father So I wanted to do the same thing with me and my late father Harvey And I went to Simon and shoe store He said listen I want to write a book like Tim did about me and my dad And he said wait a second wait a second Your sib Rosenberg Your number one in New York On any given morning you can go from Donald Trump to Eric Adams to Kathy hochul to Joe Biden to fill Sims to The Real Housewives of New Jersey Why limit the book to just you and your father I said well let me ask you this What will the advance look like if in fact they do it your way They gave me a number Boom Here's the book So my father inspired me to write the book How great relationship and God I miss him to death But the book has everything in there from politics to pop culture to sports and how I fell in love with a guy named Donald Trump did not love back in 2015

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Kash Patel: The Endemic at the Top Level of the FBI

The Dan Bongino Show

01:51 min | 3 weeks ago

Kash Patel: The Endemic at the Top Level of the FBI

"But it's clear now that this is not a case of just isolated incidents it's a systemic problem I mean cash you're just some of the names Jim Comey Andrew mccabe Bill price step Jim Bakker Lisa page Peter strokes the even soma Joe pianka Kevin Klein Smith Brian autumn Tim Tebow I mean the list goes on By the way those are just I'm sure of me and you sat here with Devin for an hour we could name 30 more I mean you know it's true You and I know I can just go to my book and the index right now But that's just off the top of my head This is not a rotten apple This is an Orchard problem Now this is an endemic at the top levels of the FBI because they thought that Donald Trump should never be president So they did everything they could to gin up false prosecutions from Russia gate and to the mishandling of the Hunter Biden laptop issue which you've covered extensively And now then Jan 6 and nobody's even talking about Jan 6th anymore And now we're on Mar-a-Lago and now we're on the verge of defeating this whole fake notion that Donald Trump's been on mishandle classified information And they're going to go come up with something else And I still think I'm right They're going to try to attack Trump's allies that were around during the situation and try to prosecute them to get the narrative out there somehow dirty enough Trump enough So he doesn't run again And I don't think it's going to work But you're right The list goes on and on And I just highlight the people's the former agents that are now commentating on TV Mccabe struck page precept all these guys who were fired as a direct result of my investigation that I led with Devin Nunez their bias is on blast in the hypocrisy of the fake news is on blast for allowing these people to do what come in and say Donald Trump's going down Capital is getting arrested I'm what charges These people used to work with facts in law and now they just work in dirty politics It's disgusting

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Top Agent Who Suppressed Hunter Biden Laptop Escorted From the FBI

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:17 min | 3 weeks ago

Top Agent Who Suppressed Hunter Biden Laptop Escorted From the FBI

"A very interesting development at the FBI, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, whose implications are not entirely clear yet, but a senior FBI agent. This is a guy named Tim tybalt, DHI BAU Tim tablet. Has been escorted out of FBI headquarters. And apparently is being either removed, fired, maybe asked to resign or maybe submitted his own resignation. I mean, there's a little bit of a shading as to which of those options it is, but what is not being shaded is that this guy is out of the FBI building. This was by the way the story was broken by the reporter John Solomon, and then picked up and further reported by many others, including the Washington times. And evidently, this guy Tim tybalt is the guy who suppressed the Hunter Biden story. Now he didn't suppress it all by himself, but he was one of the key figures in blocking the Hunter Biden story from getting out prior to the 2020 election. So let's think about that. This is the FBI actively involved in election interference and in suppressing damaging information against Biden. Now, there are several elements to this story. We know recently Mark Zuckerberg, by the way, the founder of Facebook, now called meta Mark Zuckerberg went on Joe Rogan's show and he said it was the FBI that pressured Facebook. Not to highlight the Hunter Biden story to downplay it, to repress it, and Zuckerberg says we didn't shut it down completely, but we did give it less traction. We did sort of pull it back. And think about it. It's the FBI, the FBI, the supposedly neutral police agency of the government that is now working with these social media platforms, not to fight misinformation, but to fight accurate information that would have been damaging to the Democrats. So the FBI seems to be now a little bit like the KGB kind of a fully owned police arm of the Democratic Party.

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LA man jailed in Venezuela begs for Biden not to forget him

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 3 weeks ago

LA man jailed in Venezuela begs for Biden not to forget him

"A Los Angeles attorney being held in Venezuela says in a jailhouse recording that he and other Americans feel abandoned To bring you psychologically Abe and Hernandez has been held in a Venezuelan jail for some 5 months After reportedly unknowingly crossing the border from Columbia in a recorded statement released to the AP by his family Hernandez says he and the some ten other Americans including 5 oil executives and three veterans being held by Nicolas Maduro's government feel forgotten I feel like our government has abandoned us and dismissed us and that they don't care about us Hernandez and at least three of the others have yet to be classified as wrongfully detained severely limiting the U.S. government's ability to push for their release I'm Tim McGuire

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The DOJ and Their Unfair Trump Investigation

The Officer Tatum Show

01:15 min | 3 weeks ago

The DOJ and Their Unfair Trump Investigation

"These people can't even pretend as if they're doing a fair investigation. Even if Trump was to do something wrong, y'all are definitely partisan and political in the investigation. Why do you say that mister Tatum? How are you at this point? After the phony, Russia investigation involving the FBI Carter page, the fisa warrant after all that money that the taxpayer paid for you to investigate a fraudulent fake claim against Donald Trump. You now end up in another situation where you're having to escort a FBI agent out of the headquarters. He claims that he abruptly resigned. Why are you resigning? You are politically biased. We've seen it on the guy social media. I think his name is tybalt. Tim timber or something like that. Jim Timberland, one of the names. I got to look it up. I see it in my mind. He's completely biased. You can not have biased individuals investigating anything.

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Student Loan Debacle Is a Nightmare for Team Biden

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:40 sec | 3 weeks ago

Student Loan Debacle Is a Nightmare for Team Biden

"Student loan debacle. I think it's a nightmare for team Biden. What are you reporting? This is not your opinion. What do you hear from Democrats and Republicans about the bailout of MDs, PhDs, NBA's, et cetera that it's a mixed bag in that it's a high, high priority for the democratic base and Biden's big weakness lately has been the democratic base, but that it's very problematic from a national perspective and from a 2024 perspective in the states that matter. So it cuts both ways. Maybe helps in 22 a little. It could hurt a lot in 24. I think it's got to hurt Bennett, Cortez masto, Tim Ryan, Maggie Hassan. Everyone who doesn't say stop this madness gets hurt. David

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FBI Agent Who Opened Trump Investigation Reportedly Escorted Out

Mark Levin

01:35 min | 3 weeks ago

FBI Agent Who Opened Trump Investigation Reportedly Escorted Out

"It's actually just breaking Just the news Deciding the what is it Washington times I guess On second as I pull it up FBI special agent who opened Trump investigation Reportedly escorted out of the bureau Former Washington field office assistant special agent in charge Tim thibault Was reportedly asked escorted out of the bureau on Friday and been whistleblower allegations that he showed political bias in his handling of politically sensitive investigations The Washington times reported eyewitness accounts that mister Theo was seen exiting the bureau's elevator last Friday escorted by two or three headquarters looking pipes The article appears to have been updated and now states that the bolt abruptly resigned but that he was forced to leave his post and cites two unnamed former FBI officials Now a caution just the news was unable to independently confirm the times report Whistleblowers alleged that Theo bolt concealed the partisan nature of evidence from FBI director Christopher wray and attorney general Merrick Garland to secure their approval to open investigation of former president Donald Trump And that investigation culminated in the FBI's raid on Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate earlier this month The public release of the affidavit such as it was that accompanied the search warrant revealed the warrant application relied heavily on information from news articles

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Student Loan Forgiveness Is a Deadbeat Bail Out

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:54 sec | 3 weeks ago

Student Loan Forgiveness Is a Deadbeat Bail Out

"This student loan debacle has got millions of Americans fuming, angry, angry, angry. I have not yet talked to one person who would admit to supporting this. Called a raw vote buying by The Wall Street Journal reckless by The Washington Post, Tim Bennett, or Michael Bennett in Colorado, Cortez masto in Nevada, Tim Ryan, in Ohio, Democrats are fleeing from the thing because it strikes, well, millions of Americans as highly inequitable as unfair to people who never went to college, people went right to work, people about a truck are tools in the last 5 years to expand their business, make a living, it strikes people who paid off their loan is crazy. People who went to college on the GI Bill after they served four to 6 years in uniform strikes parents who saved and students who worked as completely nuts, it's a dead beat bailout.

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The Flip Side of the Recording Industry w/ Rob Hatch and Lance Miller

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:49 min | Last month

The Flip Side of the Recording Industry w/ Rob Hatch and Lance Miller

"Flip side that the recording industry, the labels and everybody else, you know, there's been the upsurge in but yet the very, it's almost like it's really interesting and I want to see if I've thought about this. I want to see if y'all agree. It's almost like a farmer who has a full load of corn, but didn't plant any corn in the field as much to get the corn. The song rotting was at least the planning in the field, the corn is going to the market. And if you don't have people planting that corn, pretty soon that truck is going to be pretty dry. And right now, it's pretty good because there's still people turning out. That's the concern that I had in the creative side. When I really first got involved with, you started to see that the less and less songwriters who could stay active, you know, it's really affecting the talent who are performing. It's really interesting you say that because you brought up George Strait and a lot of the community, I hear young artists talking about man Tim McGraw, Kenny Chesney, they can pick great songs, of course, Kenny is a great rider too, but, you know, it's going to take, I don't know, it's going to take a miracle to turn some of these things around to make it these artists or some of the younger artists that say they want great songs are going to have to really put their money where their mouth is and go out and try to find those songs because they're out there, whether we wrote them or whoever wrote them, but they're back catalogs to all these publishing companies and, you know, there's so many things that's changed the quality a little bit with TikTok and all that kind of stuff. You know, but radio still is king in our business for now in terms of that on time we're making any real dollars, you know, the rest of the time it's just sort of a living, which is fine, but you know these artists really need to put their money where their mouth is back up the song riding community or you're right. That porn is going to dry up and there's

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Are Republicans Sleepwalking Into the Midterms? Ned Ryun Explains

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | Last month

Are Republicans Sleepwalking Into the Midterms? Ned Ryun Explains

"Overarching theme of the show, a Republicans, we walking. Into the midterms, are they the ones? That are not actually paying attention to the ground shifting under their feet. Bloomberg has got the story out there. It says Democrats have the momentum, Democrats have energy, these numbers are coalescing. They're saying, hey, look, they're down by double digits. They're down by this. They're done by that. Everyone's down. So Ned Ryan, let me get you in here, and let me get your take on this. Are Republicans doing what they need to do to seal the deal? Are Republicans closing in this election? At this moment, I would argue that they are not doing everything that they could be doing. But I have to tell you, Jack, I mean, this is always happens this psychological warfare starts about 12, 13 weeks out in which you start to see some really funny polls that I don't think really reflect reality and as you start to look at real polls, you understand the trends are not nearly as desperate for Republicans as Democrats and the corporate propagandists would like to make them out. And I point to, for example, JD Vance and Ohio. Tim Ryan was up what 8 points about four weeks ago and what I thought were some funny poll numbers and then today Trafalgar has a poll released that shows JD of 5. You look at the recent generic polls by Rasmussen and Trafalgar. We're up 5. Do I think that we're doing everything necessary though to see legal? Absolutely not. I think there's a lot of ground that needs to be made up over the next 11 weeks from tomorrow to actually make the 2022 midterms all that they can be. And I think Jim banks gave an excellent piece of advice over the weekend in which he just said, if you want to be successful in these midterms, embrace Donald Trump's America first agenda and will be success on November 8th.

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Are America's Best Days Ahead? Kurt Schlichter Weighs In

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:46 min | Last month

Are America's Best Days Ahead? Kurt Schlichter Weighs In

"Back. I'm talking to Kurt schlichter. His real name, Kurt. It sounds like I should say 'cause zoom tight every time. I was gonna say, it really just sounds like I've just got a nasty cold. So your book is we'll be back the fall and rise of America. So you are, I guess, by nature, hopeful. But that's not inconsequential. In other words, I think that there's something to be said for being hopeful because people who are hopeful tend to fight because they believe there's a reason to fight. They have some hope and their hope makes it possible that we will prevail. But apart from that, what evidence do you see that America's best days are ahead that we can return to some semblance of who we actually are meant to be? Well, look, I'm not sure we're going to be returning. I think we're going to be in a different form after this. And I hope it's a form that's a little more mature about our opponents. There's still guys out there who don't get it. I mean, look at look at Tim Scott, very friendly guy. I like him. He'd make a nice neighbor. The FBI sends guys with guns to the home of the political opponent of the current president. And Tim Scott's response is, well, I think we need to see what all the facts are. No, you don't. You do not need to see any facts. You need to see nothing. They tried to frame Trump for 5 years. Now they're sending guys with guns to his house. You need to be outraged and say he's like, well, we've got to see how the system works. If the system worked, we wouldn't be where we are. If the system worked, we wouldn't have chosen Donald Trump in 2016.

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Pence says he refused to leave the Capitol

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

Pence says he refused to leave the Capitol

"Former vice president Mike Pence talks about the attack on the capitol and the chance of testifying before the House select committee investigating January 6th In an Associated Press interview former vice president Mike Pence says he refused to get into a car with Secret Service agents during the attack on the U.S. capitol building because he didn't want to leave My concern is that somebody else might give an order to a Secret Service agent To simply get us out of the building Pence was asked if he's willing to testify before the House select committee investigating the insurrection There are profound constitutional issues That have to be considered If we were to receive a formal Invitation The former vice president was in Iowa which hosts the lead off Republican presidential caucuses ahead of the 2024 election I'm Tim McGuire

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J. D. Vance: 'I Feel Pretty Good About Our Chances in Ohio'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:40 min | Last month

J. D. Vance: 'I Feel Pretty Good About Our Chances in Ohio'

"But now that it's over and you're up against Tim Ryan fake moderate I mean the fakest of moderates He is like Joe Manchin Pardew here Ready to screw America over in a heartbeat You were seeing a lot of these polls out there JD and the Senate race you know yours included some people have said oh we could be in a little bit of trouble I just want you to keep in mind these were the same people who told us Lindsey Graham was in trouble in South Carolina to Jamie Harrison in the last cycle What do you make of the polling Well I think because we are running against a fake moderate we can't take anything for granted Dan So we got a guy who is called police aesthetically racist and yet goes on TV saying that he's the biggest defender of police And his whole campaign shtick has been that he wants the middle class tax cut And he just voted for Joe Biden's middle class tax increase in the inflation reduction act So yes we have an issue and that we have an especially shameless candidate But to directly answer your question I'm skeptical of all the hand wringing that happens in political circles at this time of year You saw it in 2014 You saw it in 2016 It's like every cycle there's this group of Republican consultants who winds about Republican chances in November And again that doesn't mean you can take things for granted But I feel pretty good about our chances Certainly in Ohio I feel great And nationally I feel pretty good We just have to keep on hammering these guys on throwing open the southern border on destroying our economy and on destroying public safety And it's pretty simple Joe Biden's not a good president The Democrats have supported him a 100% of the time And if you want something different if you want to be able to walk down the streets of a big city without being mugged vote for us

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"tim what" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:21 min | 2 months ago

"tim what" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Count down to the close, Bloomberg's comprehensive cross platform coverage ahead of the U.S. market close, starts right now. This is countdown to the close 60 minutes left in the trading session, Taylor Riggs, Katie greif, of course in for Caroline Hyde and romaine. Joined now by our wonderful colleagues, Carol massar and Tim stenbeck. We welcome together our full Bloomberg audiences across TV, radio, YouTube, and Tim what you don't know is I pulled Carol over in the bathroom and said, if we got rid of you, it could be girls day. You know what? I don't have to be here. I can let you all take it away. No, we do love you. We do always loved him. What we also do love, well, maybe some people, the stronger dollar, certainly investors pushing the dollar higher about 10%, 11% so far this year. Today we saw the Bloomberg dollar spot index touching the highest since at least 2005 eclipsed the peak that we saw in the early months of the COVID pandemic, those higher fed rates and some haven buying really pushed up the U.S. currency, but you have to think about it's going to have big implications for emerging markets, U.S. companies, profits and costs of U.S. exports. So it all has an impact. Okay, I know today is all about banks and Forex, but we can't ignore the pots stocks today. This is the adviser shares pure U.S. cannabis ETF. It's an actively managed ETF incorporated here in the U.S.. It's up 7% right now at one point this morning it was having its best day in months. This afternoon the news that Senate Democrats plan to introduce a bill to decriminalize marijuana at the federal level. So we'll see if I'm not going to do anything of that nature. But we'll see if this finally happens here in the U.S. because investors have been betting on this for years. We knew you were our California. Yeah, good point. We take a look here at the majors. We get serious for a minute, a down under pressure, an S&P under pressure, but actually trying to climb our way back here near the highs of the session. And NASDAQ and the NASDAQ 100 that is certainly here some decent green on the screen. The socks index is while you're up 2%, but the Russell to the downside. So certainly feels like a day in which the major averages are trying to find some direction. Yeah, let's take a look at the S&P 500. The Sox is up, but so is the info tech part of the S&P 500. It might be one of the only sectors that is a truly in the green here. I see a little lift in consumer Staples. You know, you'd think that financials would be the biggest decliner on the day. It is down 1.7%, but it's actually energy that has the steeper decline at 2.4%. Even still, if you look at the individual movers, you are seeing a move lower in those big bank names, of course, JPMorgan temporarily suspending share buy packs. That was the big headline this morning. In addition to missing earnings, off it's absolute lows, but still down three and a half percent. I wanted to point out Costco though, Deutsche Bank, upgraded Costco to buy its sighted consistent execution steady traffic gains, shareholders seem to be psyched. And Tim front ran me a little bit here, but I still want to point out tilray. Also rallying hard off of news about that potential bill to decriminalize marijuana at the federal level too. Okay, you too? Well, she's from New Jersey. We have some Californians in New Jersey folks here too. Something in common here. We are the garden state, New Jersey. You should always from New Jersey too. So we have three New Jersey people in two California. No comment. Okay. Okay. This is West Coast best coast. We'll try to get serious here for a minute. As we sit here in New York, I don't know about that. But anyway, let me end on Caesar's entertainment. Wells Fargo lowered their price target on Caesar's to $65. They did maintain their overweight rating, but still Caesar shares down. Okay, let's get just to PPI. That's the only thing I care about here. Carol and I'd love to get your take here, 'cause we've been talking a lot about the recent divergence that you see there between CPI and PPI for the radio audience will tweet this out and make sure you can see it. But it is just more broadening of these price pressures than I am curious Gina Martin Adams has done killer work on this. And what is that leading indicator? If you start to see them PPI, what does that mean then for the next print of CPI as well? Well, you know what I think. It's interesting to see how much markets have come off the lows, the equity markets. I find that really remarkable, especially some of those big bank names. Morgan Stanley basically recouping all of its ground. You got to go to Chris Waller and his conversation with her own Mike Mickey out there in Idaho because I think we're getting really clarity about Republican get a recession, but if you're worried about the fed even being more aggressive, you know, hold on everybody, it looks like 75 basis points are to come. So here's what Chris Waller had to say specifically to Mike. I fully support another 75 basis point increase. However, my base case for July depends on incoming data. We have important data releases on retail sales and housing and inflation expectations coming in before the next meeting. If that data come in materially stronger than expected, it would make me lean towards a larger hike at the July meeting. All right, Chris wall are speaking there, the Federal Reserve governor, speaking in Idaho, and he again had a conversation with Mike, which I highly recommend you check out that panel, but I do think we're getting some understanding that. Yep, it's going to be an aggressive fed. We're all going to kind of buy into this. We get the implications. And the sooner we get through this and get inflation down, then we can start thinking actually about a rate cutting cycle. We'll keep part of what he said, though, is the incoming data, right? And what's the data that we get tomorrow? University of Michigan sentiment. So as soon as we get that, we'll have a clearer idea because think about what we were talking about a month ago and what we heard from the fed a month ago. It was 50 until it was 75 after those numbers, right? And it's interesting. We were talking about this for a while today that Jamie Dimon does think at JPMorgan that rates will rise more than expected. You have a new recession call from James Gorman saying we might head into some kind of recession, but there is some good news baked into how he is describing it that it's unlikely to be deep and dramatic. So you have a lot of people who are trying to look on the bright side here. Jamie Dimon again, reiterating that this could be anywhere from a soft landing to something much harder. So really the market really grappling here with those range of outcomes, making those data points so much more important. Which is amazing that we're watching every single data point. I mean, those University of Michigan numbers, no one would consider that top tier data in normal times, very solidly sort of the B league round. But now, I mean, every single data point matters and informs markets. Could we argue that the a league is maybe some of that housing data that while a referred to, maybe we'll be getting some of that next week, and I know that the fed will try to focus on more of the economic data than the earnings, but I know we continue to push forward to Netflix and Tesla and on the back Tim of some of the bank earnings that we got as well today. Further sentiment gauge here of Wall Street. Yeah, looking forward to hearing from those other big banks and getting an idea for what consumers are doing. And like shanali said, I do think we got a really clear indication of that from JPMorgan earlier today. Less of a dire weather forecast from Jamie Dimon and really more of like a hat glasses have full that you consumers are in a much better position than they were in. You know, I miss the weather metaphor. There's the weather metaphors and then there's the numbers. We have to remember that there's still a provisioning for loan losses here and preparation for a tougher economic environment. We are not out of the Woods. Yeah, and he gave quite a range and he's watching geopolitically what's going on. I mean, it's what's going on globally and how that impacts

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"tim what" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:22 min | 8 months ago

"tim what" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Morning Leanne Laura good morning and thank you the campaign to ensure Europe's energy securities moving to Washington today the European Commission and the Biden administration are set to announce that they are preparing to address any risks to EU gas supplies emerge a rising tensions with Russia that allies were aimed to ensure that Europe receives additional volumes of liquefied natural gas in the short term of shipments via pipelines from Russia are derailed Now the ECB's class not expects an interest rate increase as early as the fourth quarter the Dutch Central Bank president also said a second height can then take place in spring 2023 Traders accelerated bets on tightening sending government debt yields across your well below zero on Friday for the first time in years And Canada's capital has declared a state of emergency as police struggle to contain ongoing protests against vaccine mandates in a statement Ottawa mayor Jim Watson said the demonstrations posed a threat to the safety of residents The protests started in reaction to Canadian and U.S. laws requiring truckers crossing the border to be fully vaccinated Hundreds of truckers continue to occupy Ottawa's downtown area Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered buying more than 2700 journalists and analysts and will then 120 countries This is Bloomberg Tom Okay Leanne thank you Attention may have been focused recently on Central Bank tightening but we're also in the midst of a year end earnings results with traders watching closely as different sectors release their figures against a backdrop of higher costs of course and those supplies shortages for initial assessment of the good the bad and the ugly we have Tim Craig haig Bloomberg intelligence is senior equity strategist with us Tim What is the overall take then on the earnings growth so far in the fourth quarter What sectors stand out to you Well I'd say right out front that overall the assessment is pretty positive Thankfully we haven't had too much of the ugly you referred to which so far has been in the U.S. with the likes of meta and Netflix and others So good That's nice Overall we're tracking 29% earnings growth that's up a little bit from initial expectation of 27% It's just a solid number Roughly 60% of companies have exceeded expectation on earnings and almost 80% have actually beat on sales So overall it's pretty good Energy is contributing about half of the overall total increase in earnings for the stock 600 But we know what earnings are like for energy companies right now part of that is the current business and part of that is the year ago comparison of the percent change is massive Okay how are markets reacting then so far Well you know it's an interesting thing We are seeing the differential between those companies that beat most companies that miss but clearly the markets focused on central banks And so the companies that are beating earnings estimates are flat to down just a smidge but it's a volatile market The companies that are missing are down two or three or 4% so certainly there's differentiation there So many of the guests that we have coming on to TV and radio talk about the need to find companies that have pricing power that can protect their margins What have we seen what have we learned about the companies that are able to do that Well if you take the part that I mentioned right up front about those beating on sales being better than those beating on earnings that is representative of a little bit of a margin hiccup where we're seeing that so far most is in industrials and materials 12 of 18 companies in those two sectors have actually missed on margin And SKF which is the Swedish ball bearing company is a good example They talked about about a third of their cost increase last year was inflationary and they could only offset less than half of that through price So it is an issue We're not seeing it pervasive Those companies that are missing are only in the same but it's still a big risk for us at least through the first half of this year And the other risk factor you've talked about rising inventories what are you seeing and how concerning is that Yeah This has been more conceptual until now The idea that we've got pandemic issues with supply chains and constraints and whatnot You'd think that companies would consider re nationalizing as opposed to globalizing supply chains And what we're seeing at this point is that inventories are up about 18% versus 2019 pre-pandemic levels Now sales are also up So if you look on a percentage of sales basis not to get too much in the weeds But that's at about 15% versus 12% in 2019 So that's up 25% It's notable which could have an impact on cash flows and profitability over time So it is something we're watching We're not overly concerned but it's an.

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"tim what" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:41 min | 9 months ago

"tim what" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Variant It is riding roughshod through the U.S. and the world That's coming up This is Bloomberg The news in Washington Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day As Bloomberg dot com the Bloomberg business app and at Bloomberg quick take this is a Bloomberg business flash Stocks are up for a fourth session today amid thin trading as traders evaluate prospects for economic growth and spiking coronavirus cases The dollar is trimming gains as the treasury curve flattens The SV is up over 1% up 48 The Dow's up 6 tenths of a percent of 234 in the NASDAQ step 1.1% of a 176 The ten years at four 30 seconds the yield 1.47% West Texas intermediate crude up 2.7% is 75 80 a barrel I'll come X goes down a tenth of a percent now at 1809 90 an ounce The dollar Yan won 1489 The Euros of our 1327 and the British found 34 38 That is a Bloomberg business flash I'm Greg Jarrod Now more balance of power on Bloomberg radio All right folks welcome back to the special markets coverage simulcasting on Bloomberg television and radio We'll be with you every day all week covering the market action each hour and looking ahead to the new year Well right now let's get the latest on this coronavirus It is a story that continues to move a rapid pace joining us as Bloomberg healthcare editor Tim Annette Tim What's the latest the numbers are really accelerating in terms of new cases Yes that's right The new case numbers are surging and I think that one thing that we should take note of is that because of the Christmas holiday obviously there's a little bit of a hole in the data So the picture might not be complete but it's clear that the cases are surging in salon Is paying attention to cases here Tim is that what we should be doing What about hospitalizations What about severity of illnesses Do we have data on that Yes I think the thing to watch here is definitely severity And the data so far suggests that hospitalizations and deaths are not ticking up as much Of course in the deaths there is a bit of a lag over the course of an illness that takes a little time for a severe case to become a death but hospitalizations as well The data is so far looking encouraging Tim there's a school of thought out there that maybe since this variant is so contagious that it's spreading so quickly that perhaps it might burn itself out quicker Are you hearing anything on that front Yes So that is that is something that could happen We have seen in other countries where we've seen a very fast descent followed by a peak and then a decline we saw that in South Africa specifically and seeing signs of that in some European countries as well I think that's a possibility that's on the table here But I don't think we're quite at that turn yet and again we do have some noise in the data where this coincides with the holidays a bit Yeah a lot of noise in the data of course all of our viewers can check out our virus track or our vaccine trackers Basically tracking all the data here that we just talked about here timing that healthcare editor here for Bloomberg news We're going to pivot for that a little bit earlier We actually heard from the head of the international vaccine institute the director general there Jerome Kim he actually joined daybreak Asia to talk a little bit more about what he knows Tickle us We know oom is transmitted more readily than other variants even than the delta variant We know that it infects both people who have previously been infected and people who have been vaccinated So as we think about omicron we really have to go back to the basics Defense in depth The first line of defense are the mass distancing and avoiding crowds The second line are vaccines and now potentially boosters The third line being the effect of treatments including the newly approved pax lovid drug and then the fourth are the things that governments do You know things like vaccine passports restricting entry into certain high risk venues And then all the way to lockdowns And so as we look at this we're going to really need to think about who we're protecting what we're protecting and what we need to do in order to do that Is vaccinating equity important absolutely But increasingly now and into next year we're going to have increased vaccine supply and some manufacturers like Serum Institute of India are talking about cutting back by 50% Doctor Kim so what then based on a piece of the early data that we do have on this And it does seem to suggest less nasty if you will than previous variants what then do we need to do to protect us against it Because your earlier point people who seem vaccinated and also who have had it seem to be also getting it Yes So it does seem that the higher the level of the vaccine induced protective antibodies We call them neutralizing antibodies The better off we may be And there is actually some suggestion of data that boosting this is from the UK and from Scotland that boosting may be associated with a higher effectiveness Very important At the same time it's much more transmissible And although people may be less sick and again still too early to really have definitive evidence but that's the way the data is pointing right now We have to be careful because this is coming on top of existing delta outbreaks So hospitals that are already stressed out nearly to the max are going to have another wave of people who had omicron infection So we really have to do everything we can to try to vaccinate everybody or boost the people who work for whom boosters are indicated and then really try to emphasize that there are other measures that we can take Short of lockdown that may make this better and that we're all in it together and we have to really try to minimize the impact of omicron and COVID on our societies that is decreased hospitalizations decreased deaths Doctor Kim it's interesting One of our Bloomberg opinion columnist was talking about how maybe Omar Khan is kind of the best case scenario on how we're going to fight and end this pandemic because you do have.

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"tim what" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"tim what" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Today is masking Some of that under volatility that was then for the month in the quarter I feel like you're the queen of the ball 'cause I do feel like it's been all about yields Certainly in the last couple of weeks you're very welcome Very welcome Because the yield moves have been pretty significant and it feels like the yield market the treasury trade has kind of caught up to all right the fed is going to start not being so easy Like there's gonna be a change and it's not just the fed right guys I mean as we wrap up this quarter we've seen central banks around the globe not necessarily coordinated efforts but increasingly becoming hawkish And I think that's sort of their water on this though but because one thing I don't understand about the deal I understand the velocity and that's what sort of scared people But you go back to march when we had that big move higher yields We're still well below those levels when we got to something like one 7 one 8 right on the ten year And where did the 30 year get up About two 40 Yeah two 40 or something And you know look market still managed to sort of go on to set several new record highs even before you had the big drawdown in Yale shortly after that So I wonder if this is sort of more of a short term reaction You sort of plays into the month end rebalancing and that maybe I want to get a few days or maybe a couple more weeks out People realize that okay you know one 5 on a ten year yield isn't the end of the world But I also wonder if there is some sort of silver lining to this in this signal that it's sending chanal that the economy is getting better especially if we are seeing central banks around the world getting more hawkish I mean interest rates are low and they have been low for a very long time and accommodative monetary policy We've needed it because of the global pandemic But we see improvement and perhaps that's reflecting this And even with a tough month for the S&P 500 you gotta say it's the first down month that we've seen since January You've seen major equity offerings at warby Parker going public the aircraft company today massive rises so you heard of this Carol It's really popular Definitely has So fast Tim What's it called Have you heard of this It's a build out your hair No I haven't Yeah we had the CEO and it's really popular You build out your hair I know Every person I talk to thinks this is like the best product in the world Okay I never heard I gotta try it I guess We would be remiss if not mentioning your most red story on the Bloomberg You talked to some really well-known investments Some old school A lot of time by the printer You know you know we have that online And okay okay Is there one big risk you think we should just bring to the attention of our audience right now It's interesting that inequality risk touches me the most because we see it so it's widen through COVID It's still going on It's clearly something that people will be thinking about into jobs day and next week And so more immediate than some of the others that we've been thinking about All right also breaking news I mean we were talking about EA a little bit earlier ago our Electronic Arts appointing Laura melley as his new chief operating officer This is a big revamp And more importantly here not to focus too much on our gender It actually makes her one of the most powerful women in the video game industry right now Again this is COO of electronic art She's been with the company for a while now so she has a lot of experience here in building a lot of games including Madden FIFA That's a soccer European football Caroline likes to call it and battlefield And what this means is like jorgenson who has been the CFO and the COO is leaving around mid 2022 Carol what was interesting is I was talking about this stock because it's been up as you said for about 6 straight days It was keeping out with that smart note this morning so certainly getting some shake up at the leadership at the top And a recent add to the S&P 500 right Relatively speaking And a big day for women I've covered video games for a long time actually It's starting here And it's been a tough road Yeah all right and that stock a little bit of movement slightly higher in the after hours So certainly something when we might follow that 6 to 8 winning streak even before I brought it up I said please Oh you did I do not listen to you I do I always listen I'm so hurt Thank you All right we got to run guys That'll do.

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"tim what" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"tim what" Discussed on Get Up!

"Guy a lot of money but then you have a problem when you start to lead determine how you're gonna play in how you're gonna play which i think happens often. It seems like you wanna give back the first crack at it but you put more weapons on a bill. That's never a problem to find more ways for people to produce preserved players deep into the season and it helps pollard. Get better because injuries happens. All types of things happen so there's nothing bad about having more good play is what i'm about to say tim hasselbeck. I can't believe i'm saying because i'm always the one. Who is the cowboys questioner. I made the joke a million times. They're the best team in the nfl. In july and august all the time and then the problem is the season begins through two weeks. I have been enormously impressed him. That defense is obviously markedly better than it has been the to back. Attack is effective. They've managed do some adversity on that offensive line hang in there and deck has emerged as a legit great elite nfl quarterback. I think this is the year they finally got it right in dallas. Tim what do you think green. They looked great. I mean i think everyone. At least i expected them to be really good on offense. Now i didn't expect a timeshare in their backfield by expected them to be good on offense and they've been good on offense. Look one. We saw deck at fifty eight pass attempts. They're moving the football too saw balanced attack and they ran the football called nearly thirty runs. Which i think is a good thing for them. The question mark has always been the defensive side of the ball and look. I think it's too early to say who they are defensively. But i don't think there's any question that has been really encouraging.

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"tim what" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"tim what" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"I confused trophies. And so i feel i really feel miserable. Sick thomas on worcester. What's up tom from the worcester hotdog. So far is that you. Yes oh well you're can't talk to my hand off so tell us about it quickly. What's the deal with this thomas. So we i did our tenth year. What we do is we go all these places and give a trophy out and we sell shirts and hats. The worcester county food banks. Oh good for you. That's all well okay. So you can offset a few lives for the fundraiser thomas. What's it in your estimation. What's the best hotdog made by. Well i don't know if you've ever been georgia's coney island in worcester of course of course place. It's the best known as the best hotdogs cost like a dollar some. They're incredibly cheap right right exactly. It's a fabulous place. Hey thomas send us an email about your event. Maybe we'll get back to when you have next year's at bp are w. h. dot org thomas. Thank you for the call. That's good 'cause so it's absolute sacrifice existence for hot. There was one of those my hometown. Nathan's coney cl- nathan's coney island but that's different nathan is a big thing starting at forty hours in college. I've told you this before. And i were drive. In the middle of the night. I went to college in philadelphia and the millwood night with my roommates. Would drive to forty third and broadway get too hot dogs and an order of fries from nathan which is no longer there unfortunately and then eat them and drive back to philadelphia honest to god. It was one of the great joys of my college years. Let's go to tim. Hi tim minute. Tim him ticket go. Okay this is it i have a hankering for. Pb and j. My girlfriend's been trying to get me off a bit for sixteen years. I can eat. And i have eaten eight painted jelly sandwiches. In one day. Your parents would be so proud. Let's deal down here a little bit. Tim what kind of peanut butter any kind of peanut butter. It's all the same. Oh no no it's not. Oh no no well okay okay..

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"tim what" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"tim what" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Everything's closed cova. 'cause you cove eight. I went through the whole thing for you three days four days. Yeah as gus arrived yet you to go. Yeah absolutely yeah all right so you came to me in a little conservative cigar of a few days ago and i can tell you something special amount. You haven't spent two and a half years at quantico on the faculty. I kinda Maybe maybe he's a devil dog and indeed you are yes sir and not. only that. it's not enough for you to serve the nation as the marine. What else have you done in uniform. Well i was a dc police officer for a few years and that was one of the additional highlights posts military service. And i got to put on a different uniform server community so that was great. God bless you and now you have an organization called we back the blue right back. Yes sir we've dot com. We back dot com yet. What did you create that. So actually didn't create a believer not melissa. Roby is the founder of the organization. Yeah you've probably done some work with her in the past She's the founder. But i am heard director of government affairs so i spend all my time with legislators Talking to them about primarily these days not defunding their police department but also just making sure there's policies going forward that allow law enforcement officers to effectively and efficiently carry out their public safety duty. So let me ask you a the naive question. The obvious question. Why would anybody become a police officer today. You know there is I always say to honor to serve actually song called. There's an honor to serve and so some folks who are just born with it Some folks inspired and so they wanna go serve until they get above the noise they get above the craziness and they realize just like i did. They're still very much in need of for law enforcement Breaking down there and simply people understand that there's a need to keep that gap nizing wide between good and evil people until folks are willing to get above the noise and neurology drama and galactic. Do the hard work of keeping people safe in their communities and your response to this movement. We've witnessed over the last two years in america to defend the police actually ridiculous Asinine ludicrous whatever word you want to Put with sebastian. It's it's nuts. I was telling folks who year ago year and a half ago. I'll give you the answers to the test with this. Whole de-fund thing it's going to result in skyrocketing crime which we've seen in all major cities crime issues gone absolutely nuts in dc. Last month in july more people die from gun violence and being killed on the streets and they did a kovin. Of course we we know that the the numbers in the reporting is still just on kobe. More people died as result of getting killed in the streets publicly than they did. Cova in our nation's capital month which is just absolutely you know something that's crazy to wrap your mind around. Yeah and you see the recent photograph. All over the internet in san francisco of a woman hanging out the window of a car with an ak forty seven right. That's in san francisco in california with some of the toughest gun laws in the nation. We're talk about gun laws. What's the truth is the gun is the perpetrator we're talking. Tam parish. Check him out right now. We back blue. Dot com tim What's the state. So you worked as a uniformed office in the metropolitan police department in the nation's capital You have a an organization you work for which represents the leo community nationally. What is the state of morale amongst law enforcement is very low. It's very low. I mean We travel the nation talking to police. Officers sheriff's deputies federal law enforcement guys and right now they simply don't feel the support from politicians Which the communities are listening to their political leaders and that's driving the community to know armed. Support the police and so the guy's really all they have is each other right now. They don't have a community that they're serving. That supports them. They don't have policymakers who also have power of the purse and the ability to fund or de-fund police And so these guys don't feel supporting really all you have is each other And like i talked about earlier that drive to continue to keep people safe and they know what they're doing is honorable work and so that's all we have right now. They don't have a lot of Support that's why we started back blue. You know melissa. Who's the founder We did our first march I think two years ago now a while you're done you'll that new that new that new and we just had phenomenal impact. This this year during the inauguration. Funny story Police departments come from around the nation to support security through negotiation. And we heard through some of my friends who are still in the department that they weren't getting food. They were out there for twelve hours. Volunteers across from across the nation. Nations security inauguration. Nobody's getting. Nobody's getting fed. They weren't feeding. They had some some crazy thing where they weren't feeding so melissa and i got in her car. We caught up italian company and we said hey. Can we get food. We don't care what it costs. She wouldn't got italian. I wouldn't got chick-fil-a we took it down there much hundred dollars food and we fed officers on a good portion that were coming in. Now you add that to the lack of support from their feeling. The national guard guys being made to sleep in in the cowpox. Yeah absolutely so we went in and we said you know what we're going to meet the need so a lot of what we're doing right now around the country we're getting people in the community together to push back on this narrative and say no actually your community support. Your politicians might not be your community absolutely supports you. We appreciate the work you're doing and we recognize you. Put your life in the line every single day for us. So it's it's been incredible work now you you've been omitted three professional. Then you put on the sam brown the badge and a gun became a police officer you are you are a profession you are doing things professionally that you are trained to do but there is that political element insofar as you report or the commissioner or the chief whatever the jurisdiction reports to a man you've got to have political top cover. Don't you tend to do your job. You can't be a punching bag for somebody who wants to become the governor the next week right right. It's crucial it is it absolutely is and you see a lot of mayors. No they have to get reelected either to that position or to higher positions. Like you mentioned there are now starting to abandon this whole defined. The police saying they're coming to their senses. Be right in dc. Where the mayor you know originally was kind of on the bandwagon and then dot any chief who really lay down the law and told her the reality of things and then She's now going. Hey any overtime you guys need anything you need..

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"tim what" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"tim what" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"We get solar ash. You gotta tune in tomorrow to find out and see our reactions. That's happening live noon. Pacific time right here on twitch tv slash. Kind of funny games. Tim what are your hype levels for. That i'm interested. I'm excited to see what data showing them hoping we get some release dates. If that's kind of the point we're at with these these titles for the most part we've seen him at so many different shows that now's the time especially if i had a printer's doing its own thing. I'm excited to do their own thing. That's cool yeah. I love that to because they have such a good lineup and they've had such a good lineup over the years of cool into games we talk about the devour. Digital's right before the podcasts are right for the show. We talked about eight twenty four on the movie movie side an apparent also on the movie side. But there are these indie art house studios that we look forward to you in terms of the stuff. They green light. That usually ends up. Being quality and an interactive is one hundred percent one of those and all three of these games that mentioned twelve minutes straight solar ash. I'm looking forward to. I know they got more that they're working on That are already announced so should be a good stream tomorrow. Recommend anyway tune in. I'm very excited for it. Fit to our patriot producers. Donovan harkness in blackjack today brought to you by away. Mainly bands at amazon music. But i'll tell you about that later for now let's begin with. What is eh forever will be the rope. Report that the best starting with our number one tim playstation as hit a huge milestone. Ps five exit ten million units sold. I'm pulling from christopher drink at games. Industry dot biz playstation. Five is sony's fastest-selling games.

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"tim what" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"tim what" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"From twitter and facebook. But he's not banned from going on stage north carolina tomorrow night after all for the republicans whose party he runs. What could go wrong and later. The cdc directors urgent warning for parents of teenagers. These days we will talk about it with a top pediatrician. All of it as the eleventh hour is just getting underway on this friday night. Trump's return to the political spotlight as head of the republican party. Basically is caused for much angst in his own party though. Not the kind anyone has guts enough to talk about on the record. Bloomberg summing up. Gop leaders worries this way and we quote as the former president prepares to resume his trademark rallies. They fear another round. They fear another round of grievances about the twenty twenty election results and championing untested candidates over. Incumbents could hurt the party more than it helps in next year's midterm elections. Someday someone will go on the record back with us again tonight. Tim miller contributor over at the bullwork former calms director for jeb bush. Among other jobs and robert gibbs former obama campaign senior adviser white house press secretary of course under president obama. Gentlemen great to. Have you good evening and welcome tim What what is a republican to do if they come up with an idea or a policy that's another way of asking how on earth do they move forward and i think we should refer to trump as the head of that party as as he is treated as the head of that party. O'brien that is a question that maybe.

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"tim what" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"tim what" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"This nomad. Lifestyle. D'you misses seeing family and friends. Or did you just move on to the next? Situation. Well, a few things that have happened actually, when we started years ago. The, uh the ability to do video call and face time and all of the they're obviously different products available, but that was a benefit. We spent some time in Australian newzealand our Children that have grown now they were in different parts of the world. Both of our parents were in the area. It was just a real blessing this to be able to get on a video call once a week or every once in a while. It just kind of makes things Seem closer, but but what we also do is that we plan visiting in with our travels. Like right now, we're not far from the Atlanta metro area, which is where we both grew up and went to college and Spent most of our years and while we were first married well, I could have both of our families and parents there, and we have two somewhat tend to our parents, and we're just kind of monitoring and watching what's going on with down, and so when we leave here on Wednesday, we'll go back down to Atlanta. Spend a week or so there. I've got some business around there. My wife also has business. And we'll also make sure parents are stable and doing okay and take care of them and love upon him. And then if everything is fine, we plan to begin heading west sometime in early November. Also, we're going to attend a family wedding, so we can still do all those things. It just takes a little bit of planning. And then once we're done, we could actually go somewhere else, So we just start up and go. Right, Right. And the truth is, is that you probably do not spend a whole lot of time inside the RV other than the sleeping Because you're either traveling or when you get to the destination and being involved in the community or being a part of it. Yeah, absolutely. Like just the last three days. We actually were near the smoky mountains up here, and we spent one day going up and over the smoky spent time in the National park headed over to Gatlinburg and then The next day. We did a few drives that we've been wanting to do it just to see the leaves changing in the beauty of the area. And oh, yeah, we drove the Blue Ridge. We drove the Blue Ridge Parkway all the way from this part of the country, upto Ashville and then looked around and saw some of the areas So, yeah, we just are able to spend time when we're not doing our word because you know, we actually do spend time in the RV when we're doing a word, but They will spend time just enjoying the area, meeting people and going to restaurants. When you know we're able to do that, and and yeah, I guess Ehlert learn what? We're going to talk about you. We're going to talk more about the work When we come back. Tim Winters is with a Sikh. Go create. Tim What's the best website? Best place to find us seek go create dot com We have a podcast there and now YouTube channel, And that's where they could learn about me and learn about all that we're doing and I want to hear about what you're doing, and we'll do that in the next segment with Tim. Frankie Boyer, his truck radio Stay tuned. We'll be right back..

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"tim what" Discussed on MTR Network Main Feed

MTR Network Main Feed

05:58 min | 2 years ago

"tim what" Discussed on MTR Network Main Feed

"A story that dwelled on any of the tragedy in any of these men's lives. And White People like that and I'm just GONNA put it. I'm just GONNA say point if we're not talking about particularly if we're not talking about Leslie Juniors Performance as Sam Cooke If I mean even just the everybody here had a monologue of some kind that is just perfect. It's perfect encapsulation of who they are as a character. It's a perfect showcase, their ability abilities, actors, everybody in their face with their body and the story is dynamic. So dynamic. You forget that almost all of it takes ca place in a two room. And if we're not talking about this at award season. We should riot. Absolutely, Burn Shit Down Races. Out. Of Tim what we get the sense we actually i. I? Give it a nine and a half and I don't give it ten because it made me want more. Yeah I was non. Yeah I got yeah I met a solid nine and a half. This'll yeah I'm GONNA nine and I'm with you on that is just like it's A good problem to have again, like I said, I think, Jean, King did a Helluva job on this film and I can't say that enough especially knowing this was a play that that is hard. To direct something like that in. Mom, with you is like it's always a good partner have when you see a film like this and you just want more. Want to say, this is what like just under two hours? It didn't feel like it but I think you're right. AM looking at one hundred and fourteen minutes yes. One hundred fifty minutes so. One hundred dollars an hour and fifteen minutes. Yes. There's under two hours and it doesn't feel like. I said when this comes out, do who bought this? Do you know? Let me check. Because this is definitely something when this comes out. You all Devon. Check this out it again, this is another one of those films that in this time here we tend to China shy away from this film. Can you think sometimes always going to be? Yellow Amazon Studios? Oh Yeah. This is great. When this comes on Amazon says you gotTA check.

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"tim what" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"tim what" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"But, Tim, what do you think of this Cardinal Defense of front? I mean, Chandler Jones puts up huge sack totals, but the rest of this line didn't do it. Phillips comes in, he had almost 10 sacks himself. How do you see the Niners blocking in front of in front of Jimmy? That's going to be a key. Yeah, well, I think Jordan Phillips is the big out on the inside for them, and that's where they feel like they've got better with those guys down at the at the line of scrimmage. So whether it's brownie or Compton. I don't know. I always feel good with runs go out there for you know when he got out there last year, because I think people underestimate him. They get across from going. All right, man. I got me a guy about to get No. Said he locked on yet. He's a little nastier than you think. So we'll see what one of those guys that is. But Corey Peters is a good player and, you know, we'll see about Ben Garland and his injury and getting ready for the game on on Sunday court Peter's last year, I think, and I mean, the guy has been a pro for a long time. So, um, they'll have to get those guys blocked. I do love the addition of Trent Williams. I think Trent has done well against Chandler Jones when he's played against him. But you got to be able to run against these guys, and I think that's how you get after them. Is Iran. It you continuing as owner was able to, you know, they did a good job against the run last year in both of those games. Um, I think the run games going to be better this year. I really do. Um, you know, with McKinnon with Trent and some of these guys that are gonna have to fill the big shoes left by Joe Staley and and Brita. But I think you're running. You get a fearing the run, and I love to run them. We've always talked about it. The run game schematically with Mike McDaniel and Kyle and all I'm drawn it up. And when you think about This defense that's going to have three or four new starters on the field. They've had no o th They have yet to go out there and have to adjust against Ah run game like the 40 Niners are gonna dial up against him. If they can get those guys, you know, panicking a little bit physically and more even more schematically against the run game. Then I think you got him right where you want him. With all the play action passes and the ability to attack those linebackers and safeties and Say what you want about G Kittle on the national revenge to her. He's the best tight end in the pro game. In my opinion, I've been saying it for a couple of years and physically, that guy. It's an absolute beast. He has taken a couple of physical steps forward, so I think he's going to be even better this year. And then you know, you look a trifle and you look a trend. Taylor is back. And right physically, you can see that out there a practice and I can't wait to see Jeff McCann and I'm is excited to see him as anybody on the football team ready to go. Him is always man. We appreciate the time the insight look forward to having you again this year on a weekly basis be well, we'll talk to you next Friday. Good. Any voice Rod, Tommy, Larry, We'll see you guys, Ryan, but ah! Good friend. He had Greg Papa give you the wonderful call of Niners. Football hero can be are the sports leader? Congratulations to Dave Lucetta. Our first winner of this year's can be our faithful fan contest. Thank you very much. Ah, seasonlong. Before nine or home games. We will give you a chance to win it..

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"tim what" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

06:58 min | 2 years ago

"tim what" Discussed on KTOK

"Hate guns to use more tell us all your what I'll shut up let's have the Florida school that'll work eight six six talk got it okay I mean seriously I will Jim Carson city to that on file Hey Tim what you find in laughter he'll tell you what I have a dilemma that I was hoping I can get your feedback on the city has put a lot of money into improving our range facilities out here and right now they want they're looking for a range safety officers to expand the hours for the public and I've thought about volunteering the fact I have volunteered for that here's the issue and that is that a we have a outdoor pistol range that's been closed and I have a house to cement cables and so on for your route to the put all your gear on your tabletop error your personal one and because I was wondering because I have control I was talking to one of the guys out there that the current R. as those numbers like I want to do some draws from Michael Strahan and do some of these trolls and I've read about John dot well like well you know we really don't want to get drawn from the holster and because you might have an accidental discharge it also so that we have thirty days on the other side of the facility where that's fine you can go ahead and do it over there but not under that facility and also I understand that after you're done with your course of fire you have to leave the weapon breach opened and they go down and check your target and so on and I personally I feel really uncomfortable with that now I'm losing control of my weapon and I have a solution in place yeah I don't want to kill somebody else either you've got to leave this weapon here all right all right let me back up because you don't your addresses several over the exam with them tackle is as quick as I can one of your diet so you got to go by the rules so if you if you can't tell people to follow the rules and you can't be in ourselves so that's a done deal next as far as leaving your gun on the bench where a whole street drawn from just put it back in a holster when you walk down range you got to go to the holster if they will allow that then you're gonna have to go shoot at one of the babies were you can wear a hole into that there Rick deranged their rules unless you can change the rules and look I understand what they're saying they don't know who's there when it comes to drawing and shooting if you got a whole lot of people people are drawing and shooting frankly if I were running the range I would probably have a problem with that if I had no controller but if it's like one or two people in the bay somewhere and they're doing movement drills and drawing all that that's a different deal it's just it's a different set up but just remember just remember that not everyone is as astute in trained and careful as you are in the range rules are set up for that lowest common denominator unfortunately right that's true so this day go thank him appreciate I got a wind up today I'm going to keep moving your land line one fort worth Texas what's on your mind gland yeah well I have a question great so far but well in advance where eighty percent of my soul or I never really got a real okay what bothers you about it I have the capability of a small personal job in the future done by the Navistar feta and parmesan or machine that the type of building have been portrayed stop all right let me let me address the very quickly the eighty percent lower early percent up guns you can do those for your own use you can not do those and sell them then you become a manufacturer you have to get manufacturers license but if you want to make those for yourself that's fine and you can make as many as you want for yourself but if you start making them and selling them now you become a manufacture and here are now running afoul of federal law so just be aware of that okay okay right now if I have in my possession and I get pulled over and stopped somewhere what what what explains there yep it's a home built okay here's the deal every attorney will tell you this if you're talking to the police and the words but I can't explain start to come out of your mouth shut up because you're already behind the eight ball you there's no need to explain that they say what is it you see that is my gun will what is the word you get that says I made that legally and there's a will there's no certain Rothwell there's no law that says a gun has to have a serial number if you make it yourself so it will make you make your own gun has been legal since seventeen seventy six in this country so don't get wrapped around the action was doing all the what ifs just start doing some online research about eighty percent of machining and what you can do what you can't do but here I'm going to suggest this is my advice to you don't get clever about this because there are people going week week nod nod I have make a lot of these guns the DS about men that find their way you do that you're going to run afoul of the ATF and that's not something you want to do okay so if your mate guns for yourself cool if you are starting to get into production go get a manufacturer's license which you can do and you could turn out custom guns a lot of people do it's not a difficult thing to do so just you know be careful out there and and follow simple as that I miss you long here lets you got Mike online for a rogue river Oregon really good beer Tom good talking again yeah barman at three to six in a two thirty lever action got to stop it completely stock even at the regional sling the sling from nineteen sixty three Briscoe promising or just keep it at the caliber gun that is do you know what there's no right or wrong answer if you say I I'm I'm having trouble using iron sights or scope or put your a low powered a variable scope on and don't even look back because the scope simply makes it easier better to shoot so do you have trouble with iron sights these days I'm getting older and I do just pick up use the new year's coke by the way the consultation with them a pretty reasonable price on Nick at the Leopold V. X. one for eighty Bucks hoops dear man good deal okay here's the deal if you haven't or the iron sights and as our eyes get older they do gold.

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"tim what" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"tim what" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Joins us on Sports. byline the former. NBA referee thirteen seasons in the NBA. And he has a very interesting book one of the most interesting books I've read about the NBA. Ever it's called personal foul a first person account of the scandal that rocked the NBA. And you know the story here. He resigned from the League in July. Two thousand seven before reports of an an investigation by the FBI for allegations that he bet on Games that he officiated during his last two seasons and then he made calls affecting the point spread in those games and then in August of two thousand seven. He pleaded guilty to federal charges related to that investigation and he was sentenced in Brooklyn Federal Court to fifteen months in prison for his participation participation in the gambling scandal and he was released in November of two thousand nine after serving out his sentence. Tim What was the motivation for writing the book I think the motivation was that You know it was a lot of misconceptions about what I did. And Hal actually did it. And I was highly encouraged urged by not only friends and family but law enforcement officials. Because I think there's a powerful message in this story about choices that we all have making life and I certainly am a prime example example. Somebody who mates terrible and poor choices and they not only affected me but affected my family when you take a look at the whole story of you and what happened. What's the biggest misconception? That's out there tim. I think the biggest misconception is that I actually fix games. Now he's making calls on star athletes to make sure that That's actually one. You've had a chance now to sit back now that this has been adjudicated. You've gone to prison. You're out now and you're kind of speaking about all of this. This what type of perspective have you gotten out of. All of this having lived in The.

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"tim what" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"tim what" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And welcome back to coast to coast George door with you along with Timothy Schwartz back with us Emmy Award winning television producer videographer and is the author of a number of popular books in as a photo journalist tempus traveled extensively investigated paranormal phenomenon other unusual mysteries from such diverse places and locations of the great pyramids in Egypt the great wall in China is the writer editor of the online newsletter conspiracy journal which is a weekly email newsletter and Tim is also the host of the webcast exploring the bizarre with our friend Timothy green Beckley and welcome Tim what always good to have you on the program why thank you very much George it saw always a pleasure to be on because because then you weren't kidding when we talk about the big book of incredible alien encounters this may be the heavy is book I've ever had in my hands to him yeah don't don't drop it on your barefoot no no no not at all how long did it take you in that timber green the Beckley and Sean Casteel to put this together oh my gosh well let's see we've probably started this sometime in the early summer but you know since we have so many excellent writers contributing to this book once we got everything in it really fell together pretty quickly I mean with all the writers it's almost like you guys had the thirty people writing for this book yeah I think yeah you know I really couldn't tell you right now how many alters that we had but you know with such great talent and such great researchers for this book it it really is the quintessential book on extraterrestrial encounters do you really is it's well done now how did you get the top billing on this book Tim well your idea wasn't yes it was it was by I did I actually this was to be the green back please idea and you know he's such a great person and a lovely soul and you know he is always so willing to bring all of us out to.

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"tim what" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"tim what" Discussed on KGO 810

"Coast AM dot com website in Khost you missed it he publishes some great stories every week Tim what he got forces week George good to talk to you thank you that's all a season right around the cars coming on fast I can't believe how quickly it's going on we got a couple real fun stories for you this week the first one the old musing one people really love this one is kind of story where when I was writing and I was kind of the you know myself I can't believe I'm writing this story a farmer in India he lives in a region of the country that is played by with monkeys they just over running this part of this of India and they they're getting into the farms and eating all the crops and it's become a Jedi wind problem in the region so first he put out a stuffed tiger in his field and that seem to scare off the monkey while the sun faded the little ball and the Monkees realize apparently that was toys that hasn't moved in six weeks right exactly exactly so he's he's currently says warning what can I do to solve this problem he takes a look at his dog bowl bowl and a light bulb no plans and it goes off it is at the paint since tiger stripes on the side of bold body looks like a tiger we've got a picture of this dog up in the number two spot that because because they have website looks kind of like a Tasmanian tiger the you know this I will see you need a little one right yeah yeah exactly so so you know he walks the walk the dog twice a day through the farm and the Monkees a CM and they just take off and they scattered apparently it such it is is it's been received so well by the other farmers that it's become kind of a trend and now in the region that others are are painting tiger stripes on their dogs the second story is is the perfect one for the season here this popped up on my radar today Sarah Asokan our restaurant in Galveston Texas has taken a real hit financially because they're doing some construction is that her they're doing some construction outside the restaurant people can't access it really they can't park they can get and so she's losing five thousand dollars a week and it's been going on for months lot of money I know every day you get now concerns is no if you can what do you know if you know if you can last much longer so then how this happened about a month ago she taught finally told the news about this today so you go was opened the restaurant one morning and she notices that there's rose petals that event and export we place on a seat at one of the tables so he's like that's really weird obviously as he checked the security camera and folks can see this we didn't put it up on the coast website is hard to decipher birth in the video in the article the articles in the number one spot this sort of a glowing figure inside the establishment at about three in the morning so tying all this together she believes that the anomaly was the virgin Mary because the wrong I know it's amazing at the restaurant he the statue of Our Lady of Guadalupe which is a famous Merion apparition case from fifteen thirty one in Mexico City so like you know our lady of Saddam other regional versions of these Marian apparitions Ali Waterloo bays one very popular in Latin communities so she had a statue there all of our lady of Guadalupe and and all the while loop in the whole story was the witness in order to prove that this experience was real she told him to go up a mountain and he found these incredibly rare roses the did not grow in the region so he's always been associated with roses so she believes Sarah SOCAR believes that this is a message from above you know the sign of support she says here's you saw the video she was down and started crying and she hopes that you know it's a sign that that.

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"tim what" Discussed on No One Told Me

No One Told Me

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"tim what" Discussed on No One Told Me

"If that makes sense with you so I I liked that a lot because it shows me that Oh she's actually interested if she's willing to ask me to a wedding that means that I can actually pursue a little little bit harder and I know that she's actually interested if that makes sense. That was our first peek at you all in a picture together and I think by the time we all saw that picture. We just knew we look good. Oh my G- she looked good. You're okay but that readdress. I remember what you're wearing. I thought look at them. Thanks girl he got it. Got It you just it can't be helped. I would say my response lots to that. Question is for me. I didn't necessarily feel like I was pursuing him. It was more of like I just WanNa be clear that time issues yet like and I think you know the guys that I'm friends with an have talked to. They usually like that like it's not so much of. I'm pursuing him coming after you. I'm not texting you know <hes> ah yeah there's like you throw lethem pretty clear bone and if he doesn't pick up the best fine and it's also not going in that crazy like we girls girls do sometimes overthinking everything but for me. I was like he's been texting me. He's been the one reaching out to me. They were clear on who paid for dinner last week when we went on kind of on our first day but I kind of like okay he is showing me signs. That's a great point to make like you didn't just out of nowhere. Okay go to this wedding with me. It was there were obvious obvious points where he showed interest as well actually have a question for Tim. What I've experienced is if a guy wants to be with the girl he's GonNa show up. It's not like this complicated over. He saw this is the last episode nippy related thing. Do you think that's accurate or do you think that there are a lot of guys who kinda played the Mind Games Jason China play the heart to get. I think that's pretty accurate..

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