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"tom fitter" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"tom fitter" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Sebastian Gorka, eight sixty a m the answer. Versus. We don't just have great guests in your calls. We will keep you up to date with the latest breaking news here. Utterly facts dot com street at the stadium radio network. It seems as if Mitch McConnell will be tabling a vote on the president's proposal for some kind of legislative protection for three years for the DACA children or the dock recipients in exchange for wall funding. So Mitch is going to table it not only that the White House is saying that the president will be holding his state of the union address where wait and see I think given our meeting with the president last week in the oval. I think we can expect an interesting tweet or two on that subject of the state of the union imminently. But back to our guests, Tom fifth and the president of Judicial Watch follow them at Judicial Watch dot ORG. If you want to support a very worthy cause in terms of drain the swamp you could fund you could give. Some kind of support to Judicial Watch. And also, Tom fitter at Tom fitne-. Double T O N, Tom you are in the midst of suing the State Department over what exactly. Oh, many things, but more most importantly for purposes of this program is that we were doing for the Benghazi talking points information, and it was that lawsuit. That information that lawsuit that forced the government to disclose they've been hiding the Clinton emails from us, the American people congress and everyone else. All these years and just recently fact last month or so judge worth slammed versus federal court judge ruled that look, you know, it's looks to him like he was holding the temperature of the court, and he called it one of the greatest mod modern the census to government transparency and authorized Judicial Watch take discovery on whether or not the Clinton Email system was designed for. And more specifically as well, whether the Benghazi scandal that cover up here, they playing the video rather than the Qaeda terrorists behind it. I was behind one of the reasons that we didn't know about the Clinton emails and the State Department in one searcher records, which is something they were concerned about coming out. Okay. Let's just reiterate this because this is incredibly important. So the allegation is the whole private unsecure Email server that Hillary illegally setup could have been set up to deliberately obviate the freedom of information act requirements for government records when you get discovery does. This mean that we could find some of those missing emails, or is this to do with internal State Department documents that could prove that she was skirting the law. Yeah. I think that what part the discovery might be able to find a key State Department. Witnesses who were who knew about records at the State Department will have to be questioned under oath on. Thank God, he Susan Rice and Ben Rhodes, she's mice before Obama. UN ambassador went on five Sunday morning talk shows and lied about the Benghazi scandal will have to answer our written questions under oath mrS Clinton's lawyer who was involved in destroying half of the Email. She took from the State Department will also testify under out. So I mean, this is just an incredible development for transparency accountability. On this issue. The American people want something done on it. Justice department, actually, tried to thwart our efforts to get these questions answered. This Justice department said the deep sater's, but thankfully, just worse. Lambere discovery start. As soon as the government shutdown ends. We'll get full year here. Well, thank you to judge Lambert. Thank you, especially to you, Tom fitter. And then thank you to your whole team. Chris foul and everybody else. One of the few people outside government that is fighting the Obama. Holdovers the swamp dwellers and those who simply do not wish to be held accountable. Please follow Tom fit.

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"tom fitter" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"tom fitter" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Radio network. It seems as if Mitch McConnell will be tabling a vote on the president's proposal for some kind of legislative protection for three years for the DACA children the dock recipients in exchange for wall funding. So Mitch is going to table. It not only that the White House is saying that the president will be holding his state of the union address where wait and see I think given our meeting with the president last week in the oval. I think we can expect an interesting tweet or two on that subject of the state of the union imminently. But back to our guest, Tom fifth and the president of Judicial Watch follow them at Judicial Watch dot ORG. If you want to support a very worthy cause in terms of drain the swamp you could fund you could give some kind of support to Judicial Watch. And also, Tom fitter at Tom fit and double T O N, Tom. You are in the midst of suing the State Department over what exactly. Oh, many things, but more most importantly for purposes of this program is that we were suing for the Benghazi. Talking points information that lawsuit that's formation lawsuit that forced the government to disclose. They've been hiding the Clinton emails from us. The American people kind of from one else all these years and just recently fact last month or so just slam versus federal court judge ruled that look, you know, it's looks to him like he was hoodwinked they attempted to hook next to court, and he called it one of the greatest mod modern essentially government, transparency and it authorized Judicial Watch take discovery on whether or not the Clinton Email system was designed to work for you and more specifically as well. Whether the thing Ghazi scandal that cover up here, they blame the video rather than the Al Qaeda terrorists. Pint it was behind one of the reasons that we didn't know about the Clinton emails and the State Department in one searcher records, which is something they were concerned about coming out. Okay. So let's let's just reiterate this this is incredibly important. So the allegation is the whole private unsecure Email server that Hillary illegally setup could have. Been set up to deliberately obviate the freedom of information act requirements for government records when you get discovery does. This mean that we could find some of those missing emails, or is this to do with internal State Department documents that could prove that she was skirting the law. Yeah. I think that's what in part the discovery might be able to find a key State Department. Witnesses who were who knew about records at the State Department will have to be questioned under oath on Benghazi, Susan Rice and Ben Rhodes season mice before Obama. UN ambassador went on five Sunday morning talk shows and lied about the Benghazi scandal will have to answer written questions under oath mrS Clinton's lawyer who was involved in destroying half of the Email. She took from the State Department will also testify under out. So I mean, this is just incredible developmental or transparency accountability. On this issue. The American people want something done on it Justice department, actually, tried to our efforts to get these questions answered. This Justice department said the deep staters, but thankfully, just ROY slammed. Brazil Lalor discovery go forward start. As soon as government shutdown ends. We'll get the full year here. Well, thank you judge Lambert. Thank you, especially to you, Tom fit. And thank you to your whole team. Chris foul and everybody else. One of the few people outside government that is fighting the Obama. Holdovers the swamp dwellers in those who simply do not wish to be held accountable. Please follow Tom fit on Twitter at Tom fitter and also support Judicial Watch dot org. Wow. Thank you, Tom. Keep doing what you do. God bless you. And the whole team we've got a whole slew board is lit up with amazing. 'cause we we taking them momentarily. But first a personal message from me. I challenge you my dear listeners to think of at least one thing that you no longer do that you wish you could do you miss the sporting activity along walks with your spouse sleeping through the night..

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"tom fitter" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"tom fitter" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"If Mitch McConnell will be tabling a vote on the president's proposal for some kind of legislative protection for three years for the docket children the dock recipients in exchange for wolf funding. So Mitch is going to table. It not only that the White House is saying that the president will be holding his state of the union address where wait and see I think given our meeting with the president last week in the oval. I think we can expect an interesting tweet or two on that subject of the state of the union imminently. But back to our guests, Tom fifth and the president of Judicial Watch follow them at Judicial Watch dot ORG. If you want to support a very worthy cause in terms of draining the swamp you could fund you could give some kind of support to Judicial Watch. And also, Tom fitter at Tom fit and double T O N. Tom. You are in the midst of suing the State Department over what exactly. Oh, many things, but more most importantly for purposes of this program is that we were suing for the Benghazi. Talking points information was that lawsuit information act lawsuit that forced the government to disclose. They've been hiding the Clinton emails from us. The American people of everyone else all these years and just recently fact last month, or so just slammed slander federal court judge ruled that look it's looks to him like he was holding the attempted to the court, and he called it one of the greatest mod modern the census to government transparency authorized Judicial Watch to take discovery on whether or not the Clinton Email system was designed to work for you and more specifically as well, whether the Benghazi scandal that cover up here, they playing the video rather than the Qaeda terrorists hide it was behind one of the reasons that we didn't know about the Clinton emails of the State Department went searching records, which is something they were concerned about coming out. Okay. So let's let's just reiterate this is incredibly important. So the allegation is the whole private unsecure Email server that Hillary illegally setup could have. Been set up to deliberately obviate the freedom of information act requirements for government records when you get discovery does. This mean that we could find some of those missing emails, or is this to do with internal State Department documents that could prove that she was skirting the law. Yeah. I think that what part the discovery might be able to find a key State Department. Witnesses who were who knew about records at the State Department will have to be questioned under oath on Benghazi, Susan Rice and Ben Rhodes Obama UN ambassador went on five Sunday morning. Talk shows and lied about Benghazi scandal will have to answer our written questions under oath mrS Clinton's lawyer who was involved in destroying after the Email. She took from the State Department will also testify under out. So I mean, this is just incredible development for transparency accountability. Honest issue. The American people want something done it Justice department, actually, tried to fort our efforts to get these questions answered. This Justice department said the deep staters, but thankfully, just four slanderous allow discovery. Go forward start as soon as government shutdown ends. We'll get the full year here. Well, thank you to judge Lambert. Thank you, especially to you, Tom fit. And then thank you to your whole team. Chris foul and everybody else. One of the few people outside government that is fighting the Obama. Holdovers the swamp dwellers and those who simply do not wish to be held accountable. Please follow Tom fitted on Twitter at Tom fitter and also support Judicial Watch dot org. Wow. Thank you keep doing what you do. God bless you. And the whole team we've got a whole slew aboard is lit up with amazing calls. We we taking them momentarily. But first a personal message from me..

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"tom fitter" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"tom fitter" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"So new episodes every Monday and Thursday, you can listen on all the ESPN and apple gizmos stand. Go ahead and tell I know you said this earlier, but Brian win horse wrote the article why the NBA executive coach doesn't work, and he laid out the argument of the failures that that have led to Tom fitter recently being fired. So go ahead and tell Brian as he comes on with us how wrong he is. Well, what I said earlier is it not only works. It has always worked in terms of teams getting better in a Gregg Popovich the obvious won five championships. The only conventional model that's worked better was Jerry Krause and Phil Jackson, Pat Riley took over the team in Miami. And eventually. He came back one a championship. But certainly turned that around Doc Rivers four years with the clippers the best four year period in LA clipper history might Bhuttan Holzer. Improve the hawks by seven wins a year in the three years that he had both jobs. Tom tibidot takes over a team averaging twenty eight wins a year that three year before he gets it. And if you average out what it would have been by his win percentage. He he wins an average of thirty nine games a year in Minnesota that team got better. And as I said, I was the worst. And we took over the worst team in the east. Okay. When we came in we improved it by eight wins a year over the four years we were there. So I'm racking my brain to find out Winnington didn't get better with that. Mar. So you guys go back on this. I won't give status the pistons where mess when he got there and he got into the playoffs. And that's definitely true. I think when you use the Popovich and Pat Riley, examples absently, right, STAN. And I think they are the outliers. I think the clippers they had they had good teams. But I think from a front office perspective, they they did they did very poorly. When doc was was head of the P the president, which is one of the reasons why they took it away from him. And and the the the hawks went backwards. They were sixty when team in Danny ferries last year as the no win team in Mike's first year because Danny built the team Danny got removed right before the season started. It was it was Danny's that was Danny's team that two years later when bud had control for two years. They were forty three when but I don't I don't even think we need to go blow by blow here. I think that the thing about it is and I. Two two. If you if you guys do. Chew. Because the what it seems to me Brian that you're basing the fact that fails on is that the owners decide to go in a different direction. So what you're basing the fact that the model fails on his you're saying the owners never make a bad decision. Oh, you're right about that. I think a lot I think about everything that happens with teams can be traced ownership. I think ownership is the most important thing whether it's a coach selecting who to work for or whether it's a player selecting who to play for ownership is very undervalued. But I would say that one of the things, and you you can certainly speak to this in Khudair day and age, you know, this was not the case with Red Auerbach was not even the case when when Pat Riley and pop took over their teams in the stabbed in the nineties. You get all of the blame a draft pick doesn't work out. You know, you have a bad month's, you know, you you. There's an issue at the player. Coach relationship. One guy gets all of the blame. And that was harder to survive that's harder to survive these days than it was in the eighties nineties when this when this rose up, and that's something. I think is is a big factor here in today's day and age where the media is all over the league. Like, for example, one of the one of the first things that Doc Rivers did when he became president was the front office botched managing the hard salary cap..

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"tom fitter" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"tom fitter" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"So new episodes every Monday and Thursday, you can listen on all the ESPN and apple gizmos stand. Go ahead and tell I know you said this earlier, but Brian win horse wrote the article why the NBA executive coach doesn't work, and he laid out the argument of the failures that that have led to Tom fitter recently being fired. So go ahead and tell Brian as he comes on with us how wrong he is. Well, what I said earlier is it not only works. It has always worked in terms of teams getting better in a Gregg Popovich the obvious won five championships. The only conventional model that's worked better was Jerry Krause and Phil Jackson, Pat Riley took over the team in Miami. And eventually. He came back one a championship. But certainly turned that around Doc Rivers four years with the clippers the best four year period in LA clipper history might Bhuttan Holzer. Improve the hawks by seven wins a year in the three years that he had both jobs. Tom tibidot takes over a team averaging twenty eight wins a year that three year before he gets it. And if you average out what it would have been by his win percentage. He he wins an average of thirty nine games a year in Minnesota that team got better. And as I said, I was the worst. And we took over the worst team in the east. Okay. When we came in we improved it by eight wins a year over the four years we were there. So I'm racking my brain to find out Winnington didn't get better with that. Mar. So you guys go back on this. I won't give status the pistons where mess when he got there and he got into the playoffs. And that's definitely true. I think when you use the Popovich and Pat Riley, examples absently, right, STAN. And I think they are the outliers. I think the clippers they had they had good teams. But I think from a front office perspective, they they did they did very poorly. When doc was was head of the P the president, which is one of the reasons why they took it away from him. And and the the the hawks went backwards. They were sixty when team in Danny ferries last year as the no win team in Mike's first year because Danny built the team Danny got removed right before the season started. It was it was Danny's that was Danny's team that two years later when bud had control for two years. They were forty three when but I don't I don't even think we need to go blow by blow here. I think that the thing about it is and I. Two two. If you if you guys do. Chew. Because the what it seems to me Brian that you're basing the fact that fails on is that the owners decide to go in a different direction. So what you're basing the fact that the model fails on his you're saying the owners never make a bad decision. Oh, you're right about that. I think a lot I think about everything that happens with teams can be traced ownership. I think ownership is the most important thing whether it's a coach selecting who to work for or whether it's a player selecting who to play for ownership is very undervalued. But I would say that one of the things, and you you can certainly speak to this in Khudair day and age, you know, this was not the case with Red Auerbach was not even the case when when Pat Riley and pop took over their teams in the stabbed in the nineties. You get all of the blame a draft pick doesn't work out. You know, you have a bad month's, you know, you you. There's an issue at the player. Coach relationship. One guy gets all of the blame. And that was harder to survive that's harder to survive these days than it was in the eighties nineties when this when this rose up, and that's something. I think is is a big factor here in today's day and age where the media is all over the league. Like, for example, one of the one of the first things that Doc Rivers did when he became president was the front office botched managing the hard salary cap..

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"tom fitter" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"tom fitter" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"They've got to also participate in because Ingram show you. He could score. Sure. I mean, you know, Zo might not hit twenty one points the rest of the year. But you know, this particular game he showed that he could score when he wanted to. I just don't need to see the the the pistons come in here tomorrow night and have another repeat of guys just not getting what needs to get done done. This off game. I know to pisses below five hundred that well coast Wang, Casey, the rainy coached a year, by the way is their head coach. But nonetheless have to perennial all stars in the front court and Andre Drummond and Blake Griffin Blake is back in no lay. He always plays. Well, the Staples. So that's gonna be a tough game for them. But we should have the backward advantage. You know, the front court advantage. I'm in his clearly in their favor. But in the back court is where we should be at a thri because to me ball heart. If you wanna run Brandon Ingram back there. The ball handler Casey p who's a former Pistole who may have something to prove against his team. They should be able to overwhelm whatever the pistons roll out in the back court and hopefully make up the difference for the damage has happened in front. Corrie Blake Griffin. So the clippers have invited. Tom fitter to come and hang out with the team for a while. Imitation. And by the way, why not I mean, I why not have another set of eyes. Especially a set of is like Tom does been around the league along times a lot of success in the league. Maybe not a ton of Minnesota. But he knows what he's looking at and have had a new guy committed and kind of look around and say a like this. I don't like this. If you tried that that can't do anything other than help the clippers. This is coach duo coaches. They get fired or whatever it take a year off they go hang out with their buddies who coaches in share tips. I mean, you know, what did you see what do you think about them? I know you play Detroit a bunch have you had an opportunity to see this. I know you play Golden State, you know, just all of those sorts of things. So now, you can have conversation about what they you. You said different set is what you see. She would be running this set of should we do something different. What would you do if he was in his position? And that's how coach get good. You know, much Cesky, certainly even though it sounds weird. I'm sure he's talking to. I don't know they'll talk to every talk to eat Smith when he was coaching to each other. And they pick each other's brains and see I wouldn't do that though at letting you in on I'm trying to beat you. Let him. Why will I if I'm knowing that you in? Why don't you want to know what I know? I'm tired. What when you? Call me. I'm tired. I'm busy you wouldn't want to take. Every if you're you're the head coach of a team on the head coach of a team. I get fired, and you don't wanna know. If you fired on my my now once that's why you got fired. You see this is real particular kind of person. I believe is is true that you never really practice off season when any other wide receiver never practice. See by myself in that was it. Hanging out around me. Good did get fired. It's looking for work, and well has worked, but might not have work as cliff Kingsbury is he or isn't he SE, and is here isn't he a candidate in the NFL? We'll get into it next..

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