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Navajo Nation issues weekend stay-at-home order

Jan D'Atri Show

00:47 sec | 4 hrs ago

Navajo Nation issues weekend stay-at-home order

"The Navajo Nation requiring the tribe's reservation to once again. Stay put and social distance tribal government issued a shelter in place order as cases continue to increase. Despite vaccinations increasing around the country. The pandemic is keeping its grip several states, including Michigan, dealing with the surgeon cases. This weekend, the Navajo nation issuing a stay at home order for the tribe's reservation, located in parts of New Mexico, Utah and Arizona. That order announced after more than two dozen New cove in 19 cases were confirmed, along with the first case of the more contagious variant, first identified in California coronavirus cases top 30,000 on the reservation more than 170,000 live within the boundaries. Shell, France and

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Several dead as suicide bombing targets Somali regional governor

Weekend All Things Considered

00:40 sec | 4 hrs ago

Several dead as suicide bombing targets Somali regional governor

"In Somalia A suicide bomber detonated his explosives outside a cafe today, leaving at least four people dead, several others injured. Authorities say the attacker was targeting the Bay Region Governor Alley Ward here who was outside the cafe. Governor escaped on harmed but at least two of his bodyguards were injured. The Al Qaeda linked group Al Shabaab claimed responsibility through a report they published on their website and radio station. Meanwhile, another explosion went off in the hurry would district of Mogadishu today, killing at least one person, Ah government soldier and wounding a bystander. It's not known whether the two explosions are related. No one has yet claimed responsibility for the bombing in

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'Clear the Capitol,' Pence pleaded, timeline of riot shows

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 6 hrs ago

'Clear the Capitol,' Pence pleaded, timeline of riot shows

"A timeline that contains new details about the deadly riot at the U. S. Capitol on January 6th. It shows the inaction by then President Trump and how that contributed to a slow response by the military and law enforcement. Two hours into the riot. Vice President Mike Pence by then, in a secure location, phoned acting Defense Secretary Christopher Miller demanding answers. Pence pleaded with him to quote clear the capital. Timeline shows that the intelligence missteps, tactical errors and bureaucratic delays were topped by the government's failure to comprehend the scale and intensity of a violent uprising by its own citizens. The Corona virus

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How to Get Your California Stimulus Check

Weekend Edition Saturday

01:52 min | 11 hrs ago

How to Get Your California Stimulus Check

"Taxes can be complicated and filing taxes for 2020 might be even more tricky because many people have changed jobs or worked for multiple employers. But it's more important than ever to fire taxes correctly now because both the state and federal government used tax filings to determine who is eligible to receive pandemic relief payments. Additionally, some counties have local relief funds available with additional requirements. Joining me to Wade through the confusion is KQED reporter Carlos Cammarata, normally Carlos. There are lots of different types of financial assistance out there. How do I know I'm getting all the help? I'm eligible for the first two rounds of stainless checks the federal government sent out were based on 2019 income, However, the third round of eighties based on 2020 income, every taxpayer who turned up to $75,000 qualifies. That's why it's so important to file your taxes soon as you can. If your income went down or you got married or had Children, 2020. You could let the iris know about these changes and therefore potentially received more than the 1400 based credits. On top of that every California heard lesson 30,000 last year qualifies for a $600 rebate, Thanks for the golden state stimulus undocumented workers who father taxes with an item. Should also receive an additional $600 to make up for not receiving the second federal stimulus check. At the local level. San Francisco offers the working families credit a rebate of $250 for families who made less than $56,844 in 2020. But you need to apply through the city's human services agency. So that's a separate application. So residents in San Francisco who qualify need to keep that in mind that after the father taxes, they need to fill out this extra application. So all these

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Vienna talks on Iran’s nuclear deal conclude hopeful opening week

All Things Considered

00:18 sec | 1 d ago

Vienna talks on Iran’s nuclear deal conclude hopeful opening week

"Resume talks in Vienna today about Iran's nuclear program. In a sign of progress, they agreed to keep talking next week. The U. S government wasn't directly involved in the discussions but had a delegation in Vienna and was watching closely. That's because President Biden's foreign policy agenda has a lot. Riding on the results here with

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New York State Is Set to Raise Taxes on Those Earning Over $1 Million

Monocle 24: Midori House

01:57 min | 1 d ago

New York State Is Set to Raise Taxes on Those Earning Over $1 Million

"It's time to check in with our correspondent in the big apple. That's henry reese sheridan. Today he delves like an over caffeinated accountant into the controversial plan to raise taxes on the rich in new york. Take it away henry. New york contains an enormous number of very rich people. The figures for twenty twenty onto yet but in two thousand and nine thousand nine hundred ten thousand four hundred thirty five ultra high net worth individuals. There's people with more than thirty million. Us dollars in that worth called the big apple home. That's more than any other city in the world. New relationship to its rich residents is fraught one on the one hand. Presence of very rich people brings prestige spending power and lots of tax dollars on the other hand. New york city's rich are extremely good as segregating themselves from the rest of society particularly in the fields of education healthcare and housing when not extracting a service from them the less wealthy of new york no the richer here and they're told by politicians from the right to the center of the political spectrum to feel thankful for that but it can be difficult to understand whether tax dollars of the wealthier going when the city's basic infrastructure is in such bad shape politicians a scared to tax the rich as individual careerists. They fear wealthy donors will abandon them if taxes are raised and all but the most leftist governments tend to be swayed by the belief that the wealthy will leave if they are taxed too heavily. Decimating the tax base. This is why historically new york governor andrew cuomo has been soft on taxing the rich in fact cuomo is so scared of the rich leaving new york city. He's willing to go to extreme measures to keep them here.

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Explosive Eruption Rocks Volcano on Caribbean's St. Vincent

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 d ago

Explosive Eruption Rocks Volcano on Caribbean's St. Vincent

"The volcano in the carribean island of Saint Vincent has erupted the island's government had already ordered some sixteen thousand people to evacuate homes near the volcano as they made their way along the winding mountain side roads an ash column could be seen towering overhead emergency management officials estimated it reached twenty thousand feet unfortunately for Saint Vincent most of the ash was headed north east over the Atlantic Ocean but communities closest to the volcano reported heavy ashfall and poor visibility hindered the evacuations summer being put aboard cruise ships others heading to nearby islands and some two thousand people are in government shelters the four thousand foot volcano last erupted in nineteen seventy nine it continues to rumble I'm Ben Thomas

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New York Federal Reserve: Americans Are Saving Their Stimulus Check Money

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:40 sec | 1 d ago

New York Federal Reserve: Americans Are Saving Their Stimulus Check Money

"Americans are choosing to put their federal stimulus payments in the bank instead of just spending that cash. Jackie Quinn reports the New York Federal Reserve's been studying what people do with the government covert relief payments finding most nearly 42% of households are using the checks for savings. Nearly 34% are paying down debt. And almost 25% say they're actually spending the money. Researchers say it looks like consumers may be choosing to spend less because of covert restrictions, inhibiting activities, high unemployment and uncertainty about the duration and the economic toll of the pandemic.

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Wholesale prices up 1% in March, energy leads the way

AP 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 1 d ago

Wholesale prices up 1% in March, energy leads the way

"Prices leads to a jump in wholesale prices. The Producer Price Index, which measures inflation before it reaches consumers, Rose 1% last month that follows a record jump of 1.3% in January and a half a percent increase in February. Labor Department says energy prices increased almost 6% last month and accounted for 60% of the march advance in wholesale prices, but economists think the recent surge in prices will be temporary. They believe it's the result of several factors, including the government's recent fiscal stimulus package and pent up demand due to the Corona virus Pandemic.

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U.S. suicides dropped last year, defying pandemic expectations

The Gee and Ursula Show

00:45 sec | 1 d ago

U.S. suicides dropped last year, defying pandemic expectations

"A toll on mental health G. So this may come as a surprise to everyone. The number of U. S suicides fell nearly 6% last year that is actually the largest drop in at least four decades. This is according to preliminary government numbers. It's hard to say exactly why suicide deaths dropped so much last year, but some are saying that maybe it's an increase in the availability of tele health services and mental health screenings. And some experts is suggesting another factor. Maybe because of the heroism phase, something that you see in the early stages of wars and national disasters where Everyone bands together and expresses support that we're all in this together. You think that's there's something to that?

Deep Concerns From WHO Over Brazil COVID Deaths

UN News

01:23 min | 1 d ago

Deep Concerns From WHO Over Brazil COVID Deaths

"Brazil's covid. Nineteen ordeal is deeply concerning the un health agency settled friday in an appeal for greater vigilance and new measures to prevent transmission of the virus. Dr margaret harris from the world health organization. Who told journalists. In geneva that the latin american country needed more government support urgently brazilians. Spain suffering terrible losses but the message is again the public health social measures work. You have to apply them now. It is very difficult for people who are living in crowded conditions so they need the support as needed to support at every level to to avoid the crowding avoid the close contact to everyone who is potentially infected needs to be identified says that they can be removed from the healthy the who spokesperson also called for much greater testing for infection. Before repeating the agency's call to follow the example of countries that had ruled out national vaccination programmes averting large numbers of deaths today to brazil has seen the second highest death toll from the corona virus after the united states. More than three hundred and forty thousand deaths latest vaccine data from the. Who shows that. The country has dispensed nearly twenty million sits but the world faces a serious shortfall of vaccines which has left many countries waiting to begin their inoculation campaigns. Talk to harris said

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Wholesale prices up 1% in March, energy leads the way again

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 d ago

Wholesale prices up 1% in March, energy leads the way again

"A big increase in energy prices leads to a jump in wholesale prices the producer price index which measures inflation before it reaches consumers rose one percent last month that follows a record jump of one point three percent in January and a half a percent increase in February the labor department says energy prices increased almost six percent last month and accounted for sixty percent of the March advance in wholesale prices but economists think the recent surge in prices will be temporary they believe it's the result of several factors including the government's recent fiscal stimulus package and pent up demand due to the corona virus pandemic my camp in Washington

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Blasting Houston Leaders Over Opposition To New Voting Bills

Houston Matters

02:05 min | 1 d ago

Blasting Houston Leaders Over Opposition To New Voting Bills

"On today's panel houston chronicle editor of opinion. Lisa falkenberg vivian. Ho health economist at rice university and baylor college of medicine and marcus davis the breakfast club restaurant and host of fish grits and politics. Lisa vivian marcus. Welcome to houston matters. Craig thank you panel. Texas lieutenant governor. Dan patrick had some choice. Things to say. Tuesday about the houston area's leaders and voting procedures in the last election cycle patrick speaking at the state capital criticized harris county for twenty four hour drive thru voting and mass mailing absentee ballot applications to eligible county residents all efforts last november to improve voting access during the pandemic. And all of which would be outlawed if senate bill seven passes this session. Patrick noted harris county does not make policy and create law for the rest of the state. He was responding to a monday. Press conference here in houston in which leaders including mayor turner and harris county judge. Lena hidalgo criticized espy seven arguing. It would discourage minority voter participation. turner called the bill. Jim crow two point. Oh echoing criticism of similar legislation in georgia. Patrick called that characterization race baiting the rhetoric is strong from state and local leaders. Over sb seven and voting procedures. Is this good bad or ugly. Lisa falkenberg from the perspective of journalists. It's good because strong rhetoric makes great headlines right from a from a perspective of texan. Just a texan. Who wants my government work. you know. it's bad it's ugly. You did this. This whole argument is just ridiculous because during the presidential election no one at the aftermath. Nobody was screaming. Oh texas has all this fraud always went you know. We need a recount in texas. No everybody was perfectly fine with the way the election ran but afterward things are so bad that we need to have all this reform. Texas is already the hardest state of the union to cast a ballot in. We have no need for more restrictions

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Florida sues feds about Atlanta-based CDC cruise ban in U.S.

Atlanta's Morning News

00:22 sec | 1 d ago

Florida sues feds about Atlanta-based CDC cruise ban in U.S.

"Only get anchors Aweigh. The governor's go into court filing a lawsuit against the federal government and the CDC. Demanding that our cruise ships be re opened immediately. He calls it irrational not to set sail. The Atlanta based CDC revised his industry guidelines but holds off on a sale date from U. S Ports. Georgia process is more than 33,000 new unemployment

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What's Behind the Recent Violence in Northern Ireland?

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:48 min | 1 d ago

What's Behind the Recent Violence in Northern Ireland?

"The violence on the streets of northern ireland. This week is the worst thing. In years the unrest has largely come from unionist or loyalist factions. those in favor of unity. With great britain were loyal to its crown night after night mobs targeted. Police officers with bricks and molotov cocktails more than fifty officers have been injured politicians including the country's leader. I minister arlene foster of the democratic. Unionist party held an emergency meeting yesterday. Calling for calm injury tree. Frontline officers victims terrorized. How much to people's property the harm to northern ireland image. In our centenary year us take us backwards. A new brick no bottle no patra bone thrown has shaved or ever cheese anything but -struction arm on the scale of that destruction harm and fear has brought to international attention. Prompting a statement from white house press secretary jen psaki. We are concerned by the violence in northern ireland joined the british irish and northern irish leaders in their calls for calm rioting on northern. Ireland's streets is uncomfortably familiar with roots in sectarian divides that go back centuries in nineteen ninety eight. The good friday agreement devolved the government and put an end to the decades of brutal clashes known as the troubles. What's happening now is fueled by more. Recent events represents appointed threat to that hard won peace. Really we've had several nights of pretty consistent and quite serious violence across northern ireland. This has been going on for more than a week annoy. It has spread from londonderry to belfast. To some of the smaller provincial ballymena carrickfergus etcetera.

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Americans use stimulus to save, pay off debt more than spend

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 d ago

Americans use stimulus to save, pay off debt more than spend

"Many Americans are choosing to put their federal stimulus payments in the bank rather than spending the money the New York federal reserve's been studying what people do with the government coded relief payments finding most nearly forty two percent of households are using the checks for savings nearly thirty four percent are paying down debt and almost twenty five percent say they're actually spending the money researchers say it looks like consumers may be choosing to spend less because of code restrictions inhibiting activities high unemployment and uncertainty about the direction and the economic toll of the pandemic I am Jackie Quinn

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Is Bitcoin a Chinese Financial Weapon?

The Breakdown with NLW

02:50 min | 2 d ago

Is Bitcoin a Chinese Financial Weapon?

"What's going on guys. It is thursday april eight and today we have a juicy one. We're talking about a question. Brought up by peter thiel yesterday. Is bitcoin a chinese financial weapon. So some days. I'll be honest. It's a bit of a struggle figuring out what to dedicate a show to. That's less so in the bull market certainly a little bit more in the bear markets. Other days there's some big news that makes it obvious the most interesting days however are when it's not big news item but a big community discussion that drives the days content so when i saw headlines last night coming out saying that peter thiel a stalwart supporter of bitcoin had said that bitcoin was a weapon of the chinese government and that because of that the us government should be asking more questions about how that works. Oh boy did. I know that this was going to be today's topic. I want to have this conversation in three parts. First i want to look at interpretations of what the actually said second. I want to look at the specific idea of bitcoin as a weapon for the chinese government. And i want to look more broadly at the geopolitical geostrategic battle around the world reserve currency. As i've said innumerable times this is a show about power shifts power so this should be a fun part one. What actually said now i will be honest the parsing and pinching trying to argue what a specific person meant when they said something is actually sort of the least interesting part of this discussion to me much more fascinated in the broader conversation at brings up however there are a lot of people on all sides of this discussion trying to lay claim to the statement itself. So let's look at that first and before we get into interpretations actually listened to what he said from china's point of view. They want to get on. They don't like the us having this reserve currency because it gives us a lot of leverage over iranian oil supply chains and all sorts of things like that they like They don't want the room to become a reserve currency. Because then you have to open your capital count and do all sorts of things that they really don't want to do on the euro you could think of as you know is in part chinese weapon against the dollar didn't last decade hasn't quite worked out that way but that was china we've liked to see to reserve currencies like like the euro and know even though i'm sort of pro crypto pro. Bitcoin maximalist person. I i do wonder whether at this point. Bitcoin is also should also be taught in part of as a chinese of financial weapon against the us. Where it's it is. It threatens fiat money but especially threatens the the us dollar and And china wants to do things to weaken it. So it's sort of china's long bitcoin and perhaps from political perspective The us should be a little bit off some tougher questions about exactly how that works.

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Matt Gaetz associate expected to plead guilty in sex trafficking case

PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman

01:42 min | 2 d ago

Matt Gaetz associate expected to plead guilty in sex trafficking case

"Congressman Matt Gates, multiple All reports surfaced earlier today that Joel Greenberg, the former Seminole County tax collector and close associate of Gates, is facing charges for sex trafficking of a minor is in play negotiations. We know the Justice Department launched an investigation into Gates after first investigating and indicting Greenberg and the lawyer for Greenberg said today. You sure Matt Gates isn't feeling very comfortable right now. What do you make of that development? Well, you know, Ryan, it's something that any of us who are involved with the federal judicial system saw coming. Quite a while ago, they superseded the existing indictment on Greenberg. He was then violated on the conditions of his release taken into custody. And so now they have him where they want every several defendant and that's in jail and the only way out for him is to begin cooperating because his guidelines and fairly severe given the nature of all the charges that are pending against them, not just the sex trafficking charge and that one carries a significant penalty to it. His only way out now is to cooperate against somebody else and that somebody else Escape, and so gate should be very worried about what Greenberg has to say. He's a corroborating witness. He is according to everything that we read and seen a coconspirator in the activity involving the young lady who was under the age of 18. And so his testimony is going to bolster the government's case, and Gates is going to be looking at an indictment coming against him, and Greenberg's gonna benefit from his cooperation. Now I know

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"u. s government" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:38 min | 4 d ago

"u. s government" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Orange County. Cute kid is right. Hey, ABC News at eight o'clock. Good evening. I'm sharing reared in this just in multiple sources say the Colorado Rockies will host the 2021 MLB All Star game after officials decided to move the game from Atlanta over Georgia's new integrity election law. Montana's governor says he's tested positive for the coronavirus Greg GM Forte got tested after experiencing mild symptoms yesterday. His positive test comes just days after he received his first Corona virus vaccine. Doctor. Fauci says the U. S government won't mandate the use of vaccine passports. Brian Shook reports on the Politico dispatch podcast. Dr Anthony Fauci said he doesn't believe the federal government would take a lead in any program tracking whether individuals received at the Corona virus vaccine. However, he could see independent entities like schools or business, implementing some sort of program like that, he said, the federal government could step in to make sure those types of programs were done fairly. L A U. S D Superintendent Austin Buechner says that all schools in the county will have students back on campus by the end of the month. And L. A county has officially joined Orange County and enacting looser regulations since both are in the orange Tour of the States Coronavirus monitoring system that happened for L. A county today. Movie theaters, restaurants, churches and museums. Congar oh, from 25% to 50% capacity L. A County global still in force. Some rules that are stricter than what the state allows..

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"u. s government" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:42 min | Last month

"u. s government" Discussed on AP News

"Saving every $400 brother of yours, but a lot of money in just a few minutes, But something like that would be London on a practical note to coordinate and over maestro clothes. You bought your couch, but well Did you know what London that calling us in the reflection call 1888 farmers to get gold today. Are you really going to expand asking passengers for contact information that can be there used what Coronavirus contact Tracing. The airlines have resisted government efforts to require them together. Has your information and share it with health agencies like the CDC wants to be able to reach out to people committed exposed on their plane fare carriers agreed to do more but on a voluntary basis, head of ailing for America, an industry trade group says they're holding an exchange. When offered to collect the data for passengers who are willing. Then the U. S government will lift, Mister Actions on international travel. Jackie Quinn Washington The airlines have resisted government efforts to require them to gather castor information and share it with health agencies like the CDC, which wants to be able to reach out to people who may have exposed on an airplane. Air carriers agreed to beam or put on a voluntary basis that after lights for America, an industry trade group says they're moving in exchange one offered to collect the data from passengers who are willing and the U. S. Government will lift restrictions on international travel. Jackie Quinn, Washington The Hurricanes put together three goals there appeared to be the Blackhawks 53 Martini. Just go to the top of the power play goal to 28 into the final period. You need a ride double murder cases by sort of a man advantage 54 of the third Right out of my novels. He's just twice on one of those videos. Things went very badly. Not like you're in a different way. Headmaster in tow the gentleman that lately I don't know I haven't seen this in for toxic, agreeable hurricanes are left me and went ahead and started with Patrick Medical induces for Chicago. I'm Dave Ferrie Hurricanes together as we go for a period to be put off by three martini dry, broken due to tidal power play goal people get into the final period. You need a ride, Double murder case lead by scoring with manic energy 54 of the third. Niederreiter hasn't my uncle says he's after scoring twice on Friday, he had an assistant isn't protecting critical hurricanes are left me one heading into Saturday's matchup with Lightning had a go to assist in Chicago. I'm the ferry Martini just broke into Tom, but apparently between into the final period..

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"u. s government" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:04 min | 3 months ago

"u. s government" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"With with with lawmakers or there's a whole variety of tactics. That's why you need a sophisticated campaign across the whole regulatory spectrum. E do find it interesting. You draw the perils of what Treasury the U. S. Government Treasury certain took a lead. And cutting off financing for terrorism. After 9 11 on my impression is they were reasonably effective at that. Is that right? Is that accurate? Absolutely. It was amazing. I mean, first of all, A lot of things across the government of the national security spectrum happened, Um, during that time of the whole government reorganization, But what Treasury did in just those those two months after 9 11? He worked with the White House to roll out. I mean, President George W. Bush was explaining that this is a financial threat and he's he's starting the war on terror with, you know, by going after their networks struck the pen, and they had all of these new designations and took down nodes of terrorist financing. They really developed their intelligence capabilities started the longer term investigations coordinated throughout the government. Congress passed the most sweeping overhaul of U. S anti money laundering laws in a generation, like two or three weeks after 9 11 and, um Actually, the thing in the India is going to be the next biggest thing like that. But then the internationalized the Treasury. They got 30 countries to do the same all in like less than two months, so we can do really big things well, and that's really why ask the question because typically, when you start to talk about well contributed campaigns or alternative meeting feels like there's just no way to do that. In this fiber space. It's just too complicated. But for your analogy that suggests that maybe you think we could be really effective. We want to cut this off. Absolutely. We've done the hardest part. The hardest part, frankly, has been the politics in terms of you mentioned cyber and is all of these new tools of foreign interference have been hurting her democracy for at least half a decade now. And we've had a difficult time addressing them Closing, we pulled Doon the administrative work. Because they're effective in in in. I mean, we do enough to ourselves in terms of paralyzing our politics, But then they just push on that and take advantage of it. And so for the past few years, it's been difficult in both the administration in Congress to do much, but now we've got this landmark law coming and we've got administration that's really committed to it. So Absolutely. They've got all the tools. They just need to get organized into a cookie, and I think they will. Okay, The last I think tricky question. Is there any reluctance on the part of the U. S government to this Because to some extent we may be doing at ourselves in some places. No. I mean what we do in terms of, um of spending money in a way that you could have Geopolitical consequences is very different than this malign, malign influence in the money laundering. I should say we did do this way did spend money on foreign elections.

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"u. s government" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:18 min | 4 months ago

"u. s government" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"We owe two political parties. This is America and we put country before party. We will stand together behind our new president. I think Donald Trump actually put the majority of Americans First I like the America first policies of Donald John Trump. I think it it led to great successes. And speaking of successes, I heard something this weekend where Jake Tapper either accidentally. Or, um, maybe he was having Ah covert fever dream, congratulated or complimented Donald Trump on some of his accomplishments. This happened yesterday on CNN. I come to you at the end of the show today to praise Donald Trump not to bury him. Okay? He's repurpose ng Shakespeare there what she did say But to praise Donald Trump not to bury him. Continue, Sir, You have my ears. Outgoing President Trump deserves our thanks for approving Operation Warp speed. Hmm. Did you ever think you'd hear that on CNN, CNN who was wall to wall with the Woodward book. But in the book, it does say that Donald Trump Way first heard about the pandemic instantly approved operation warp speed to get us to the vaccine, which was put in people's arms in America today. Continue praising the president, Jake Tapper, which helped to bring us the covert vaccine. Yes, he has rethought trade deals he has re imagined Peace in the Middle East is pushed foreign policy consensus to put more of a priority on bringing US service members home even if his follow through has been rather wanting. These are legitimate achievements. There are other ways outgoing President Trump perhaps inadvertently has done us a service. Oh, here it comes. This is the but you know when somebody gives you a compliment. And you keep waiting. You're going. Oh, there's a but common there is a but common and knowing CNN. It's gonna be up big, but go ahead, Jake. The relationship between the news media and the U. S. Government should not be anywhere near as antagonistic as it's been under president from, But it's what I buy. Buy buy. Antagonistic G I wanted that's a two way street. Could that possibly be considered two way street where the mainstream media might have had coverage of Donald Trump that somehow was hovering around 94%? Don't know for the past five years. You called the guy a racist. You called him home. A phobic. He called him massage. Ernest. You call them everything in the book and you let your Biden get away with everything. Everything that you accused Donald Trump off. Everything. Remember Joe Biden was the guy who didn't want his kids going to a segregated school because he didn't want them in a racial jungle. Joe Biden was the guy who was author of the Crime Bill. Joe Biden was accused of sexual assault by a former staffer, and that woman was isolated. Just put away. It's just amazing. The tapper and CNN. The mainstream media itself can say that Donald Trump is the problem when they themselves were the Flint striking the sparks towards the Trump media fire. There's a little bit more from tapper here didn't from, but it should be adversarial. Yes, the media relationship with the president should be adversarial. I don't think we're going to see that coming up. I think we're going to see Ah, whole lot of But kissing if you will. I think that's the technical term of how the media will deal with Joseph Robinette Biden, junior. Phones are open. Triple.

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"u. s government" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

05:58 min | 4 months ago

"u. s government" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"I don't think we or anyone else viewed Instagrams as a competitor is a large, multi purpose social platforms. In fact, people at the time kind of mocked our acquisition because they thought that we dramatically spent more money than we should have. Billions were thrown it smaller companies in an effort to get them to sell. To most glaring examples of this unlawful scheme where instagram and what's up. They also sent a clear message to the industry. Don't step on Facebook's turf. Or as one industry exec put it, you will face The raft. Mark the wrath of mark the raft. Mark, not the most frightening looking character I've ever seen in my life. If he loomed out of the darkness of I'm gonna sleep. It's a work. What are you doing in here? Going on? Well, the headline is the U. S. Government and 48 attorneys general of filed landmark antitrust lawsuits against Facebook on Wednesday. They're trying to break up the social networking giant. Over charges that engaged in illegal anti competitive tactics to buy bully and kill its rivals, which sounds very dramatic, But the law is often a little more dry than that, and to help us understand what's going on. We've invited Elizabeth Dwoskin, the Silicon Valley correspondent of the Washington Post on Elizabeth, How are you? I'm pretty good. How are you tired? I don't know how your reporting on this, don't you? Aren't you worry over the wrath of Mark? Yeah. Before this. We've definitely felt the rest of Mark. Yeah, all right. He didn't jump out of a scary closet. I'll bet you you have felt so it's some of the reporting on this, particularly in broadcast media is awfully dramatic, and then They buy bully your Varian and one of the charges. The New York attorney general throughout there was that they would they would just throw money at rivals and buy them out. You know, to which I reply. Send me the paperwork. But what? What are they being accused of that? It seems to you the closest to real monopolistic violations. Well, that's what's so interesting and complicated about this. This case, it's there's a lot of things about the case that are unprecedented as far as what the FTC is trying to claim. And what what actual harms face because cause because the other piece of it is even if they are a monopoly, and by the way, I've been awfully doesn't mean just the only player in one market. It could be good. Even on this case isn't about Google and Facebook dominating on ads. You could say those two have a monopoly because they have such enormous share of the market if in courts have defined a monopoly As one company having at least 50% of the market and somewhere around 75%. And if you look at, you know, just the number of Americans are on Facebook. You know, it's about 70%. And then you add instagrams. They own another 37%. So I think you can get to the To the idea of market share, even though they'll say But look, we have competitors. You know, we have. Tic tac has been a huge competitors. Some reports a tic tac was more downloaded. And Facebook this year, So you know, and other competitors as well snap, etcetera, But you know, they don't need to have no competent they can have some competition still be a monopoly. The next question That's what's wrong with Like throwing money at things and buying things. They're not right. Well, that's where like that's where the most interesting questions to me in the lawsuit come because a lot of people in Silicon Valley just said Look That's business. As usual, you're powerful company, and these companies were willing to be sold. But what you see is some of the questionable business practices almost like the strong arm tactics that Really crossed the line like saying to companies. Look, you know you use our data because a lot of the companies that Facebook was competing with even if they were tiny startups, or, you know, maybe seeing that they were interesting potential competitors. Those were companies that were using Facebook's data. That's how Facebook could see how well they were doing because even remember, think of dating app, you know, log in with your Facebook profile. And then you get access to all of these people, So it's three. They were services that were built on top of Facebook. Millions and millions of services are built on top of Facebook so they can see what people are doing. And they see a competitors and then they might say, and they have said, and it's not hypothetical in the documents show they came to lots of different companies and said, You know, versions of Will shut you down. If you don't sell to us, you know, we we have the power to do that, because if we take away our data, you live and die by our data. So there's questions about our aren't those anti competitive tact and they were in they? They were in effect to doing what you just described. They did. I mean, there was even a lawsuit. It's got to be out of bounds. Well, it's certainly that would be one of the more like clear cut definitions of an anti competitive business practice. But, yeah, I mean, I even wrote story today about they did that. Even you know, 10 years ago, they were doing it. Into the to the guy who created a predecessor for the like, But, um, we all know the Facebook like that. And there was a company called I like. I like in 2000 and nine they came to the guy who founded I like and said, You know, if you don't sell test, we're going to shut you down, and I like was all based on Facebook data and by music tickets. And they changed their policies. The company was suddenly worth nothing and shortly after Facebook created its own like button Wow. Elizabeth Dwoskin is online. She's the Silicon Valley correspondent for The Washington Post. It's already clear to me that the testimony and evidence and and ruling on this you're gonna be enormously long and complicated. Can you speak to the fact that it is 48 State attorneys, General Democrats and Republicans who are joining in on this suit and The enthusiasm on both sides. What does that say to you?.

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"u. s government" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:02 min | 4 months ago

"u. s government" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And over the summer, she was surprised to get a check in the mail from the United States Treasury, followed by a letter signed by President Donald J. Trump, and he says The White House. Washington July 31st Your economic impact payment has arrived. My fellow American. It was a stimulus check for $1200. And I thought I can't believe it. They're sending it to me. Why E mean, it's crazy, isn't it? It's crazy, she says, because she is not entitled to that money. The only people eligible for stimulus checks are U. S citizens and individuals that for tax purposes, the iris calls resident aliens. Suzanne. Weak force is neither of those now. Previously, the U. S government said the reason many non citizens mistakenly received checks is they filed incorrect tax returns that made them appear to be American. But weak force does not file a U. S tax return. Asked about this by NPR, The Iris now acknowledges that some non Americans erroneously receive stimulus money through no fault of their own. I'm just upset. I love American. This is so wrong because I saw that the number of people were being evicted every month in Chicago, for instance, and I thought One of those families would have needed this stimulus check. Why should a Swedish citizen living abroad received $1200? The iris now says it mistakenly sent checks to some non citizens who receive Social Security and other federal benefits. People like WIG force. She receives a small social security payment from having worked in California for several years. And she believes that's why the iris erroneously sent her a stimulus check. I'm not going to cash it. I'm just going to leave it here. There's no way I'm going to catch this money. It doesn't belong to me. Since Congress passed its coronavirus relief package in March, the U. S government has put no mechanisms in place to prevent these mistakes from happening again. That means if a new relief plan passes in the final weeks of the Trump administration or during the Biden administration, and if it includes more stimulus payments Some of that money is again likely to mistakenly end up in mailboxes overseas. Weak force is even likely to get another check how much money is bleeding out from the Treasury Department? Because of these similares checks? I wonder, the U. S. Government cannot answer that question. The Treasury did find that as of late May, $34 million in stimulus had gone to people who filed a tax return with a foreign address. But that includes eligible people like US citizens living abroad, and it does not include citizens of other countries who received a check at a U. S address. For example, NPR interview to citizen of the Dominican Republic who was not eligible, he had got a check at his former address in Massachusetts. That $34 million also does not include people like Wig Force who got a check but don't file a U. S tax return at all. I think the poor folks in the iris don't have the bandwidth to go chasing this end. A. Kelleher is a vice president at Sprint tax, which does us tax preparation for nonresidents. It'd be great if they did, because I believe that there's millions of dollars that has gone to people that went entitled to it and that certainly not the intended recipients. Spring tax has clients from about 150 countries who mistakenly received stimulus checks. Kelleher said the most common were India, China, South Korea, Vietnam and the United Kingdom, as well as numerous nations in Latin America. It's awful when we hear of millions of dollars going into the wrong hands, but was probably within a somewhat acceptable threshold of error or margin of error. Acceptable, he said, because Congress opted for speed over accuracy when it flooded the U. S economy with money last spring. Many non Americans who received a check and error are now trying to return it because they worry it will jeopardize their visa or immigration status. But there's equally thousands that were saying Well, if they were silly enough to make this mistake, it's they're mistaken. I'm not gonna give it back until they ask for it. Van Shockley falls in that category. He's 74 years old and was born in Pennsylvania. But he moved to Australia after becoming disillusioned with US politics in the 19 sixties. I had always been depressed when JFK was killed. Just couldn't get over that. So I started looking for someplace else Start all over. So he gave up his U. S citizenship and has now been an Australian citizen for about a half century. His last trip to the U. S. Was 40 years ago. But he to receive stimulus money even though he's not eligible for it and does not file a U. S tax return. That was a waste thing ever. I check the mail and pulled out a check. Federal Reserve Treasury thingamajig along with the eagle on that it's made out to me. What's this from America? What the hell's going on here? Why am I getting a check from the government? Just like Suzanne Wig Force in Sweden? Van Shockley in Australia suspects he mistakenly got a check because he receives Social Security from having worked in the U. S before moving overseas. First, I thought it was a joke. Then I went down to the bank gonna says Can you do some way of verifying that this is legal and the girl come back after five minutes. That says it's legal. You got the milling. Thank you, Bam! I didn't ask for the money. I didn't expect any money. But as soon as I got us stuck into the bank, he ain't getting it back. Shockley attributes the mist ake two U. S. Government incompetence, complete stupidity. They're just not doing their job properly. U S. Treasury officials said they are quote continuing to assess the accuracy of the stimulus program and the recovery efforts for any erroneous payments. In the meantime, they told NPR the Iris is relying on individuals to voluntarily return these payments. Sasha favor NPR news..

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"u. s government" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:41 min | 5 months ago

"u. s government" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"It's easier to wear a mask when the weather is cooler and that it would really go a long way to help, you know, stop the transmission of the Koven 19 virus. Now the problem is the jurisdiction. When you talk about a national mandate, How does the president or the FDA or the CDC or whatever I go ahead and mandate a mandate because it is a local issue. Could declare some kind of a national emergency. There are some laws it would be immediately, it would, it would immediately go to court and challenge by the state's certainly southern states. But more than that it's also the bully pulpit issue if the president were to push for a mandate if he were to push and constantly say masks, masks, mass social distancing, social distancing that has an enormous impact on his followers and the rest of the country, and it's not happening. It's simply not happening and the mask wearing is or the lack of mass wearing is being given credit for the explosion of the cases that come down. I think over the last couple of days the there were more cases reported that at any time during the pandemic. The U. S. Government officials have put an end to an early study test on an Eli Lilly antibody drug. But this was being administered to people who were hospitalized with Cove in 19, and what the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease found is it wasn't.

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"u. s government" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

06:08 min | 6 months ago

"u. s government" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Coming back from breaking hang up, because you know, I was getting ready to take your call. Way can't have honest. I logged man. I mean, I come to the conversation as a man. Now, if you come in as a man, let him hang. But I'm dying to know what he wanted to talk about and privy to that information. He did not know what he wanted to talk about. And when you're not when you're not very sure of yourself, it's best to Tuckey tail and leave. Round here alive. There's a live show in recorded. I think somebody's going. Okay. Well, I'm gonna put me on with Kris until you get it right with whoever that guy is. Chris, you're on the bone. What's up? Big Kevin, Mo Lo the show a long time listener. A and I'm gonna let him hang here. I disagree with you, okay? All right. So you know, I think a lot of the from here with you distrust is with the U. S. Government scientists and doctors because you know, there's a long history of unethical experiments. That have happened when there's money involved, just like with this vaccine. Well, you're gonna have to say that about every vaccine that's ever been in invented. Okay, so I mean, we could go back to the 18 eighties and they were given tuberculosis. Okay, right. Tuskeegee syphilis experiments, you know? Yeah, well, they okay, Well, we're letting they didn't give them syphilis. No, but a treatment was available and for more than 35 years, All right, Chris, even that they have in the states criss criss available. You know, Chris, Thank you, Chris. You don't have to educate me about the Tuskegee experiment. I've heard about it since I was three years old. My point is, if you've ever had a medical situation in your life, I'm pretty sure you've gone to the doctor. If you had a family member that has experienced cancer If you had a child born in your family, you have gone to a doctor. And that doctor, you say doctors and scientists and that doctor was giving you the best that they had to offer based on science. Yes, there has been and from coming from me. But I don't have to justify ah, mistreatment of healthy mistrust of the government. Tuskegee experiment is the way y'all know about that's the one y'all run with this, countless others trust me, but with that being said You do trust the doctors and you do trust size? You don't pray away atone. You go to the doctor. So what's different about this one? It's been politicised now, no matter what side you're you don't know what to trust. But that's not your doctor's fault. The sciences, the science Even you trust science that you don't you do the research for yourself. I've been through this myself. Just I don't know what years where you were in the military. But I was too and and anthrax was forced all soldiers even after they knew there was bad side effects, right? But But Chris Chris, I'm talking about medicine by and largest hospitals everywhere. You telling me they're experimenting everywhere. You can't trust any doctor. We're not talking about hospitals everywhere. Work a guy just be given from the government pushed down. Yeah. Yeah. Hospitals, hospitals, and I understand you're trying to get you trying to get technical here. But your hospital's dispensed science and medicine as well. You're saying we have a history of not being able to trust the government and I agree with you on that. However, people roll into the doctor every day, and the doctor gives you medicine that you have not research that you don't know you've taken pills that you don't know You haven't read the product in search. You have a radio. You haven't read the studies whether they were trucks, conceit. Placebo controlled double blind. You haven't done any of that. You research the TV. You bought more and understand this and I and I'm just tagging on. If you hang up from this call, and you get violently ill out of nowhere. You just get violently ill. You go into the hospital. You're not going to go. I don't trust them. Experimental me for these doctors have studied cancer to be a cancer specialist. Right Where you tell me what doctors have studied Corona virus from a gun to see Chris. Chris. Come, Chris. The common coal is a Corona virus. A virus that we have now is under the umbrella of Corona virus, which are a bunch of different diseases that we have Ah, experience before this one's novel in the sense of It's different. It acts different so we don't have. We can't tell you what's gonna happen in three years because it's only been out a year. I understand that part of it, but at some point you're gonna have to trust the doctor for you or your family. What are you going to do? We still haven't beat to come and Cole were never will be comin, and we never will be the common cold. Be crowing about Chris Man, you need to get a little bit more information, man. Because if you don't know about the common cold, there's a reason why we can't the way the common cold mutates is the reason why we can't We can't get a grasp on it and just started. He reacts already meet Chris. What? Yeah, but you don't even really know what you're comparing Manu having a bar conversation like your scientist, Kevin, I'm just curious as to what Chris is What Chris proposes that we do this. So you're saying Don't even try and get better because we're never going to defeat it. I don't understand what your point is. My point is, I all agree on now. No, we don't. No, we don't. No, We don't agree on that. No, we know we don't all agree on this because for some of us, this isn't just an idle conversation to just ho hold. The cook gave me a peel it to drive through. Some of us are really depending on this. So we take the step to actually do the research. Do you know what happens in phase one of a trial? Do you know what happens in phases? Two. Chris, Do you know what happens in Phase three? Do you know how? When, when, in a trial For a vaccine like this. Do you know wind, the possible side effects are likely to pop up the most. I have no idea. I have done that research because I have to decide if I'm actually going to take the pill..

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"u. s government" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:35 min | 6 months ago

"u. s government" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"So really, how much money that you really would views the amount of physical paper money you actually touch Is probably a very, very small percentage using visual money every day. Just don't look at it as visual money. In some countries, they've completely done away with paper money altogether. In these countries they on Lee used digital money so Bitcoin is visual money, but it's just not controlled by the U. S. Government are any government for that matter That may sound a little crazy to una maven sound a little bit scary to some people. If someone has a computer father represents $1. What would stop them from copying that five million times and creating $5 million for themselves? Let's face it. If I have a photo, I could make copies of it. I could make a copy of any file. So now we're back to the counterfeiting things and like I said earlier, counterfeiting is very easy to do with paper money. But how about digital money? This has really been the biggest problem in the creation and the use of visual currency, and this is actually called the double spin problem. The banks have a solution to the double spin problem. The bank's views a ledger system on their own computers, which keep track of who owns what The ledger system they use is known as a centralized The ledger and centralized ledger systems or what the world has been using for money for many, many years now. The banks. The ledger system keeps up with everyone's money. It tracks how much you put in the bank. It tracks how much you spend or take out of the bank. And since we trust the banks and the bank's trust their computers This centralized solution works and has worked fine in the US without many too many bugs for many years now. In 2008, a researcher published a paper Ah white paper describing how to solve The double spending problem without using a centralized solution. In other words, without a bank's involvement in his name, or her name was Satoshi Nakamoto. And they were writing about Bitcoin. It was described how you can make a ledger system that doesn't rely on a single bank, but instead used a centralized solution. He had invented a decentralized solution that handled the double spend problem. Now you may be asking yourself..

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"u. s government" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:25 min | 6 months ago

"u. s government" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"So really, how much money do you really would views the amount of physical paper money you actually touch Is probably a very, very small percentage. You're using vision, No money every day. Just don't look at it as visual money. In some countries, they've completely done away with paper money altogether. In these countries they on Lee used digital money so Bitcoin is visual money, but it's just not controlled by the U. S. Government are any government for that matter That may sound a little crazy to una maven sound a little bit scary to some people. If someone has a computer father represents $1. What would stop them from copying that five million times and creating $5 million for themselves? Let's face it. If I have a photo, I could make copies of it. I could make a copy of any file. So now we're back to the counterfeiting things and like I said earlier, counterfeiting is very easy to do with paper money. But how about digital money? This has really been the biggest problem in the creation in the use of visual currency, and this is actually called the double spin problem. The banks have a solution to the double spin problem. The banks use a ledger system on their own computers, which keep track of who owns what The ledger system they use is known as a centralized The ledger and centralized ledger systems or what the world has been using for money for many, many years now. The bank's ledger system keeps up with everyone's money. It tracks how much you put in the bank. It tracks how much you spend or take out of the bank. And since we trust the banks And the bank's trust their computers. This centralized solution works and has worked fine in the US without many, too many bugs for many years now in 2008. A researcher published a paper Ah white paper describing how to solve the double spending problem without using a centralized solution. In other words, without a bank's involvement in his name, or her name was Satoshi Nakamoto, and they were writing about Bitcoin. It was described how you could make a ledger system that doesn't rely on a single bank..

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"u. s government" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:44 min | 6 months ago

"u. s government" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"To the wreck Cattleman show in the last couple of weeks. I ask you to consider the possibility that the government might make mandatory You get the covert vaccine or that the government prohibits you from going into the public view. Don't lot of people got upset with me over that suggestion. Well, guess what. The government right now is ordering people who don't wear masks to dig graves for people who've died of covert 19. No, not the U. S. Government, the government of Indonesia. Okay. Our government wouldn't require you to get vaccinated. But what about your boss? Can companies require their employees to get vaccinated Hospitals already do If you work there, you've got to get the flu shot. Well. Other employers require you to get vaccinated. There's no law that prevents them from doing this. Your employer has the legal right to require you to be vaccinated. You have a religious objection. You might be accommodated under the Civil Rights Act. If you have a medical excuse, you could be accommodated under the Americans with Disabilities Act. Other than that employers have a legal right to make you get vaccinated. The question now becomes Our employers likely to do it. Well, it might be social pressure or competitive pressure that Spurs them to do that down. Bar just went to every major bank in America. Bank of America, BMO Capital one. Chase, Citibank, 5th 3rd, PNC, RBC Scotiabank Son Trust, US Bank and Wells Fargo 33,000 Bank branches across North America on what they discovered Is the tellers of only three banks, Bank of America Chase and Citibank Warm asks 100% of the time. If customers demand better safety. Imagine a bank running an ad campaign that says Hey, your.

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"u. s government" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:01 min | 7 months ago

"u. s government" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Will you commit to making sure that there is a peaceful transfer of power after the election? You have to see what happens that that right there that one utterance before he even continues that one moment. Those six words will have to see what happens. His refusal to say that we would indeed have a peaceful transfer of power. That was an impeachable, high crime and misdemeanor without question without equivocation, period full Stop. End of paragraph. End of story. That was a break glass in case of fire Moment for America. That was a six alarm fire. That was a political cat. Six hurricane warning to American democracy. That was one of these This is not a test. This is your emergency broadcast system announcing the commencement of the annual purge sanctioned by the U. S. Government. Weapons of Class four and lower have been authorized for use during the purge. Government officials of ranking 10 have been granted immunity from the purge and shall not be harmed. Commencing at the siren. Any and all crime, including murder will be legal for 12, continuous hours, police fire and emergency medical services. Will be unavailable until tomorrow morning at 7 A.m.. When the purge concludes, Blessed be our new founding fathers and America. A nation reborn. May God be with you all. And.

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"u. s government" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:29 min | 7 months ago

"u. s government" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bite has them and asked for this $5 billion payment Trump talks about you know, it turns out that this is kind of a tax that they were going to be paying any way to the U. S government And there's some sort of vague, nebulous promised that they'll come up with Ah kind of some kind of Patrick chaotic education program, whatever that may mean for for us kids, So so he's gone. He's got actually very little of what he pushed. So if if you're concerned with national security This deal doesn't really do it for you. And so as you widen the aperture a little bit and think about this from the context of ongoing tensions, ongoing negotiations around trade and the broader relationship when the U. S with between the U. S and China What does this tell you? You know if you're a Chinese company, and you're thinking about making an investment in the U. S, you're thinking strategically, indeed, about your global position. Or if you're an American company now and you're thinking about you know the China market and how you should be positioned there. They should really worry you because Because it has been so unpredictable. I mean, we're in. We're in uncharted territory. There are no that there are no real rules, at least under the old system. The Silvia's system this sort of you know the screening process. It was somewhat predictable. You knew what you were getting into. A lot of deals didn't get done because companies thought themselves well, It's not going to get through the U. S screening committee, so we won't fall. But this one just came right out of left field and surprise. Surprise. Everybody. And so on the other side if you're a U s tech company, what do you think about this? Well, so and actually, it's not just tech right now. There's a lot of off talk about an entity's lists of the Chinese could actually come up with a list of companies that could be subject to retribution, not necessarily US companies so that could include tech companies. But banks Trading companies. You know, China hasn't retaliated so far, because it does it really need foreign investment. It needs foreign technology, but But, you know, pushed pushed far enough, they actually could start to take action against US companies. International companies in China Wow. All right, Andy Brown. Thank you so much. Andy Brown, of course, is the editorial director for Bloomberg New Economy. He has been breaking down this deal trying to make sense of it alongside the rest of us. I have to say. This's something we've watched incredibly close. We have had a global team working on it from all angles. Corporate deal making political international. It has touched all boxes and continues to evolve and change. And this week seems like it will be a big weak when it comes to that deal happening or not happening. And obviously a lot of it just comes down to the president, United States and what he decides to do when it comes to Tic tac are thanks to Andy Brown coming up. We're going to talk about the virus. The latest there yet. We're still in the midst of a global health crisis and later on tuck little private equity with head of private equity at He's got a new take on equity, sharing it among the workers and what that means going forward, taking care of lots of different stakeholders. That's all coming up. In the meantime. Let's get to Nancy Lines in DC.

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"u. s government" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:44 min | 7 months ago

"u. s government" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Business Flash. Thank you so much. Charlie Pellet President. Trump has said that he'll ban social media powerhouse Tic Tac from operating United States unless there's some fundamental restructure of its business and Treasury Secretary Mnuchin says the deadline is just four days from now for a read on where things stand at this point, we welcome now Jeffrey Gertz, his fellow at the Global Economy and Development Program at the Brookings Institution. So, Jeffrey, thank you so much for joining us. What do we know about where things stand right at the moment. Great but at the moment The potential deal between TIC Tac and Oracle is under review by the US government that's trying to affect Will this alleviate the national security concerns that President Trump in administration? Has raised over the past couple months. Do we know who's reviewing it? I mean, ultimately, the president himself has understand. We'll have to pass on whether to accept the deal or not, But what is the process in so far as we know The main review process is going to be done through what's known as the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States or Sofia. Isn't an interagency, The group led by Treasury Department, including Commerce State, USTR, several other government agencies that will be doing the national review, and they wouldn't make the recommendation to the president. But it's ultimately up to President whether you want to accept or not that recommendation. So take us back to first principles as it were. Geoffrey What is the problem that the United States government has with Tic tac in the United States? So there are a few different issues and I should say at the beginning, it's a bit complicated that you know the U. S. Government never officially tells us what the national security concerns are. We have to kind of gas and read between the lines. But the first issue is really on data privacy and hear the concern is will the Chinese government through? It could sort of influence on patrol over Chinese company by dance. Don't talk Have access to American citizens. Private personal data still had threw Tic Tac. Second big concern, Right do with propaganda. And what extent is the Tic tac algorithm sort of being used to either spread or suppress certain political messages. There have been concerns in the past about you know, is Tic tac hiding messages about the Hong Kong protests? For instance of the last lane the government is looking into And then I think third more generally. This is just part of a broader U. S. China Tech competition in the U. S government really try and challenge the Chinese government overhaul way over. We chat over several other kind of broader issues in this Geopolitical tech competition. And I think the TIC Tac definitely falls into that broader geopolitical fight. So as we look at a potential combination of some way, shape or form between Oracle and Tik Tak, take the two parts you mentioned separately. That is the personal data on the one hand and the algorithms on the other. Because there are reports that in fact, Tic Tac would be willing to give up control access to the personal data to Oracle under some arrangement, but not the algorithms. Yes. Well as I understand it the potential deal with Oracle. Well, basically the oracle be in charge of managing data, security and data privacy, and you should be put some controls in there to do. Check on whether the Chinese government has access to this data that should alleviate some of those concerns, at least possibly, but the deal will not involve transfer of ownership of the ticks out algorithm. This is partially because the Chinese government About such silly Kudo came out and said that the algorithm actually falls under export controls for national security. Chinese government has really crack down on velvet algorithm. It seems unlikely that control over that will be given up on DH that will remain in the hands of the bite dance Chinese owners if, In fact, the United States does not approve some sort of arrangements with Oracle. What are the implications not just for the companies involved, but more broadly for technology between the two countries. No, I don't mean interesting test case to see you know, can the U. S and Chinese governments and find compromise outcomes on these broader technological fights that had been bubbling up for the past two years are likely going toe accelerating the coming years. Letting you know Essentially up until now, both U. S. And China don't have taken pretty hard line That's been pretty hard to imagine what type of deal wouldn't allow both the U. S and Chinese governments to sign off on At the moment if historical deal goes through It looks like that's going to be the U. S government kind of backing down from some of the earlier demands with a focus on an outright sale of tic tac toe Little thing that you know, this may be In some sense is a positive sign that there are scope for compromise between the two governments. But I don't think this is the end of these technological fight and you're singing the way you put it. I mean, this is at its core. We think of it as a legal regulatory technological question, But things like this don't get resolved in Washington elsewhere. Without some politics involved and how much to senses it make for President Trump to appear to have back down with the Chinese on the virtual eve of the election. Yeah. I mean, it's going to be replenishing the scene, so we basically know that The U. S government had already rejected a very similar or set up to Oracle is now proposing, saying that wasn't going to buy the national cheer there. So if the Trump administration now turns around and says, yes, this field goes ahead. You know, I think you have to wonder how much of that is the Trump administration, kind of friendliness and outside in relationship with Oracle and its owners, how much others were that oracles?.

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"u. s government" Discussed on WGN Radio

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03:51 min | 1 year ago

"u. s government" Discussed on WGN Radio

"For the government to now privately these sorts of unidentified flying objects most famously this one released recently by the Pentagon about but by the U. S. government and it shows something that nobody has an explanation for moving at thirteen thousand miles an hour and that was just a few years ago so little if it's not us and it's them how could it be something from outer space what's your first if I may let me do we correct the record just for a second I don't want to make any misstatements me obligation to video that one was not calculated that thirteen thousand miles an hour however other videos of the objects were certainly calculated at that speed and performing in incredible ways we're G. forces off the scale but I just wanna make sure I'm clear with your audience the event is that is that is available now that one is not traveling at that velocity but but others are and then as far as your second question what it means as far as us being alone in the universe that's a question my colleagues and I for the last two years I've been trying to answer we had a documentary last year and we have another one this year through history channel where we have military witnesses we have psychologists we have academics and scientists all asking that same question and really like you said earlier in your program it's really only three options either Hey what we're witnessing some sort of super secret US technology which is highly doubtful because you don't have to super secret technology in and around combat fears where everybody can see it and and endanger the pilots lives of both of of our of our navy in an air crew the other option is that is for now the serial and in which case we got a really big problem if Russia or China has managed to really have over the last ten years the technology that is is a paradigm change from what we have today in our understanding of physics we're in real big trouble and of course the last option it's needed to either U. S. or foreign in which case that's a question that's really you in your audience have to figure out because it's it's a much broader questions that's going to involve everybody I think in in our society are illusions in our academics on our site just not politicians or citizens that's that's a question really for you not not me are you rooting for that version of it actually Sir I'm not rooting for any of them how they're all kind of disappointing to me because I am an old dumb **** with estimator just the facts ma'am kind of guy in for me before I even took this job by with with the government I couldn't even really spell your fellow wasn't a follower I didn't get up so for me it's just I'm doing now I'm just finishing the job that I was given in the department of defense in the first place and whatever the results are I just want the answer I don't really care what the answer is as long as we have an answer for me the biggest threat is not valid fascinating if I watched a documentary where do I see it on TV low yes it's on history channel it's called unidentified America's UFO investigation and this is now our second season it is a documentary it is not a drama there's no actors there's no script writing what you see is what you get no retakes these are all former military and law enforcement personnel and intelligence officers and they are they're having an open and honest dialogue with the American people and for me this is the first time we've really been able to have this this conversation without the associated stigma and taboo that normally people associate with with this topic you know little green men in grandma's awesome life now I'm not making fun of that that video is compelling Lou I was on those on the phone line and we have to say so long for now currently director of government programs and services for to the stars academy visit with you again live thanks for your time today yes Sir thank you very much.

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News Radio 920 AM

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"u. s government" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Striving to get all these documents are two documents in particular we were not able to get one dates to nineteen sixty nine we made a fully request of the U. S. government department of justice for documents on homes com or they say they're two documents we can give you one nineteen sixty nine thirty five pages one nineteen eighty seven which is eighty seven pages so over a hundred pages of documents created decades after the war on Tom's cobbler that the government wouldn't produce throw for a request we make an appeal of that request and they denied the request they will usually give you extradited our redacted versions of documents they would give us nothing not even pages with everything blacked out just nothing and then when we renew the request years later they said well we don't even have these documents anymore we don't know what so why would they be creating a document on com or as late as nineteen eighty seven is it possible he was still alive well he was he was born in nineteen oh one so in nineteen eighty seven he would've in eighty six years old so it's completely possible he could have been a life and the most benign explanation I can think of for for for creating documents that many years later about somebody whose dad was a subsequent trial of **** I know I mention nineteen sixty nine during that year there were some Nord Hausen officials going on trial these were **** who worked at that second rocket facility I mentioned in central Germany they were going on trial in nineteen sixty nine so it's possible there's a thirty five page document all about com or there but no again why would that exist if calmer well we're just being mentioned in the footnotes and why couldn't it be produced to us and in nineteen eighty seven there could have been something else going on that that you know that the war ended in nineteen forty five but the ramifications of the war obviously continued for decades later but I'm I'm very troubled by the idea that there are documents still be withheld and and how do you view this as a as an American that fits your government made this deal with the devil as he'd be describing the subtitle of the book I mean do you do you think is old yes is it is that it could be justified again the enemy of the my enemy is my friend yeah and that that's a key question in the book and I talk about this at some length it is troubling deal but I have to think that it's a good deal well made and well intended you know the I don't I don't like to second guess people that were making you know decisions like this on the ground in a minute in the moment and I can say with some confidence that if we hadn't made this deal we would have gotten the Rocketeer if we didn't have the rocket team I think the outcome of the Cold War would be the question mark the geopolitical landscape might be vastly different today than it than it otherwise would have been than it otherwise it is in other words if the Americans hadn't taken hold of calmer and von Braun and Dornberger then the Soviets would happen and I mean they were they were close behind the west in developing a bomb so imagine if they had a delivery system we got most of the German nuclear scientists but the reason the that the Soviets had a successful nuclear weapons tests in nineteen fifty three as early as they did is because their lead scientist was a **** a former non so yeah I it's it's a troubling deal but I probably would have done the same thing if I were faced with the same circumstances and of course I'm glad we won the Cold War obviously but I'm I'm wondering what would this have done any or hasn't done any damage to US Israel relations the idea that the American save these horrible monsters from the hangman's noose it remember you know I don't know the answer to that question that's a good question I don't think this this incident has I don't think it's a widely known enough yet to this book came out in October it's being well received people that read it love it but we we haven't really gotten official reaction from government yeah so it's too soon to tell maybe about from the Holocaust museum in Washington of the Holocaust museum in Washington was extremely helpful in research they have a great library there and there had arc of this wrong Coleman I became friendly with him that they were just fantastic and providing information I haven't gotten runs reaction to the book so so all right reaction from Mary Jean stay put on the other side will open up the phone lines take questions and comments here are I can Tina Turner hockey talk woman taking is into the break on coast to coast AM.

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860AM The Answer

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"u. s government" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The work that we've done it the Americans are flawed justice to combat the wrongdoing of institutions like the IRS and let me just remind you today that we we continue to do this kind of work you know if that but as Tom's he said you heard about the end of the video the next time this happens because of our work it won't take three and a half years of legal battle five years the groups being targeted to come to a conclusion our case we'll be able to be utilized by one of those groups from whatever political side the ow they come on if they are being targeted by the U. S. government and the IRS and they can take it right into court and say no the iris can't do that case closed five minutes it was significant as my dad said the video one of the most significant victories ever in the history of the bear surf lawn justice Hey heard throughout that video about the comfort we provided to our clients as well about you know we we would have the resources to fight this battle there's no way they could hire these are small grassroots organization they can hire attorneys to fight these battles against the IRS and all the different hearing just to show up all the different evidence I mean I remember the stacks and stacks they grow so high of documentation from just one case because some of these were eight nine years long other they'd been denied or just ignored by the IRS in paperwork thousands of pages of paperwork and of course you're going up against one of those feared at the time federal institutions but I think we won the case yeah I think was the washing poster said or Washington that we got it got it the the the IRS Washington post it we got it the IRS is this the kind of work the ACO Jane gays in a long term their short term battles we discuss short term issues like here on the broadcast like what will happen with this impeachment vote that they're trying to schedule things like that and we get the analysis were able to get great analysis from our team because of your support financially we can have a great government affairs team backing not it's not just a minute there in Washington DC but a whole team backing him there we've got great analyst with me on that on that are pale today both coming from the legal world the military world religious world as well were able to take all of that together and fight the battles get you educate all the battles and right now is such an important time for the a CLJ because July is a matching challenge month and we're we're only about even with last year so we do a little bit better this month I'll be honest.

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