35 Burst results for "Vice Chairman"
Senate Panel Votes That Women Should Register for the Draft
"Alright, Here we go. Senate defense budget. Their bill would require women to register for the draft. Have you heard this one? Mr List? My Catholic Italian. Mr. Producer says. Oh, yeah, I don't blame him. Oh, he is right. This is from New York Post They Senate panels. Newly approved defense budget includes a provision requiring women to register for the draft. There were a number of Republican senators on this committee. Who either did not vote. They weren't present or voted for this, and we're trying to figure out which ones Now those of you forget about PC and all the rest of the crap those of you with a daughter. Those of you with a little girl. Do you want that little girl to register for the draft? Of course you don't. Changes to the draft, officially known as the Selective Service system, were made official in the National Defense Authorization Act. The annual military budget bill, which the Senate Armed Services Committee announced it had approved on Thursday. The N D. A amends the military Select Service Act to require the registration of women for selective service. The U. S military has not instituted a draft since the Vietnam War, and Pentagon officials have repeatedly said they intend to keep US armed forces. All voluntary star men between the ages of 18 and 25 are legally required. Be registered with the Selective service system. Penalties for not doing so include losing access to federal financial programs for higher education. Actually, that would be a good thing, I think But the language strikes explicit references to men changing the requirement to all Americans. The change was originally proposed by Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman Jack Reed of Rhode Island
The Democrats Try Taking Advantage of LatCrit
"This is Lackritz lack great preachers. There really is no such thing as the United States sovereignty because America is bigger than just the United States. And besides, they argue, United stations. The real interlopers. That's you. Those crossing the border by the hundreds of thousands of the actual indigenous Americans. The Democrat Party hopes to benefit from embracing the movement as it counts on wave after wave of illegal aliens. Subsequent grant of amnesty is one of the ways Which it seeks a permanent hold on power. The Pew researchers reported. Latino voters favored the Democrat Party by a significant margin. Almost laugh when people say Well, Trump made a lot of inroads with the Latino vote he got, like 40%. You know what? Ladies and gentlemen 40% to 60%. That's a slaughter. Jim Clifton, chairman C of Gallup s here the questions every leader should be able to answer regardless of their politics. How many more people are coming to the southern border? What's the plan? There is a 33 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean. Roughly 450 million adults live in the region. Gallup asked them if they would like to move to another country permanently. If they could a whopping 27% said Yes. This means roughly 120 million people south of the border would like to migrate somewhere. Gallup, then asked them where they would like to move of those who want to leave their country permanently. 35% of 120 Million or 42. Million, said they want to go to the United States. 42 million. Seekers of citizenship or asylum, are watching to determine exactly when and how is the best time to make their move. In addition to finding this is writing a solution for the thousands of migrants currently at the border, Let's include the bigger harder question. What about all those who would like to come? What is the message to them? What is the 10 Year Plan? 330 Million U. S. Citizens are wondering. So are 42 million Latin
Joe Biden's 'Where's Mom?' Remarks Go Viral as Critics Jump on Apparent Confusion
"Joe biden announces that the end of combat operations in iraq. That's right after a mere eighteen years. America is finally done with its second longest war. It is done afghanistan being its longest war two wars. That have come to indecisive conclusions. A lack of victory guys thirty years ago. I was in the last land victory. We had i was in desert storm now. Iran heavily armed car wash. I was no pete. Buddha judge i was no dick blumenthal. I was no hero. But i did show up. But this is a symptom of a larger problem. Which an american military that is. It's absolutely lost. Its bearings we have a military. There's not focused on victory. We have a military focused on political correctness. We will be touching base on that today and and throughout the rest of this week where i will be here for hugh hewitt but let's speak speaking of joe biden now. He didn't say anything quite as amazing as he did yesterday. Can you pay the shortcut from yesterday. Because joe biden. He's just he's not in a good place folks. Okay that's that's that's that's the guy with the finger hovering over the red button folks that show by now. He had another one yesterday at a white house. American with disabilities act speech cut number. Two chairman lahey mccarthy senator casey congressman scott congressman whereas there. You are all you understand. There's been an anybody. Does i wanna thank you congressman with all your work and i wanna thank you all for being here second by the way. Where's mom mom she here. she's watching. Okay i thought she looked. I said mom is out there. I was gonna ask you to stand up mom. You can't stand up and if your home
Trump Ally Tom Barrack Pleads Not Guilty to Foreign Agent Charges
"Ally and former inaugural chairman. Tom barrack appeared in federal court today where he pleaded not guilty to charges that he secretly lobbied the united states on behalf of the united arab emirates. He was arrested last tuesday in los angeles and was released on bail on friday on a staggering. Two hundred fifty million dollars bond
Trump Inauguration Chair Pleads Not Guilty to Illegal Lobbying
"Former President Trump's inauguration chairman Tom Barrack insists he's innocent of all charges against him. Barrack releasing a statement after pleading not guilty to federal charges of illegally lobbying on behalf of the United Arab
Officials in Michigan county will return virus bonuses
"After days of criticism a group of elected officials in a conservative Michigan county say they'll return thousands of dollars in bonuses they gave themselves from federal code nineteen relief aid earlier this month China wants the county commissioners approved a plan to give more than half a million dollars from the federal code nineteen relief aid the county received two two hundred and fifty county employees as hazard pay for dealing with the corona virus pandemic the smallest amounts were a thousand to two thousand dollars but the county board chairman got twenty five thousand two more commissioners received ten thousand dollars each while four others received five thousand dollar payments sixty five thousand dollars in all the Argus press reports the county's prosecuting attorney found those payments that board members approved for themselves to be illegal the commissioners now say they will return the funds to the county I'm Ben Thomas
A Lake Superior Tribe's Ancestors Want Their Burial Lands Back
"More than a century ago nearly two hundred ojibway graves were removed from the burial grounds of a lake superior tribe to make way for. Us steals plan to develop or docks that were never built now. A new effort seeks to return those lands and reburial site to the fondling band of lake. Superior chippewa danielle catering. Reports wisconsin. Point is a remote strip of land on the shore of lake superior. It marks the ancestral home of the fondling tribe whose relatives settled there as early as four hundred years ago. Seven generations were laid to rest at the wisconsin point cemetery including the communities leader chief joseph osan gave the company uprooted the dead and those still living like calling aired parents. Aired who is ninety. Seven is a direct descendant of chievo soggy. It's hallowed ground to me. We just love dead aired says. Her father would be thrilled to see. The land turned over to the tribe. They're one step closer to that goal. After the superior city council passed a resolution supporting the transfer fonda lack chairman kevin dooby says returning. The lands would provide some closure to tribal families. Remember what happened in the past. It's our laos and we have to take care of it. Continue move forward. City and tribal officials will work with wisconsin. Us senator tammy baldwin office to petition the us department of interior to place the lands in federal trust for fonda lack for national native news. i'm daniel catering.
Feds Urge Rental Websites to Warn of Elevator Dangers
"A federal safety agencies warning of the danger that could be lurking when people rent vacation homes that are equipped with elevators the consumer product safety commission's urging vacation rental websites like Airbnb and vrbo to require that hosts log home elevators until they can prove they've been inspected it follows the death of a child this month at a beach house in north Carolina's Outer Banks the seven year old boy from Ohio became trapped between a home elevator car and the shaft the commission's acting chairman wants the rental companies to act immediately and to warn customers of the potential danger I'm Jackie Quinn
Should Military Members Have a Vaccine Mandate?
"Now congressman. I advance the proposition in the washington. Post yesterday. The military ought to require vaccinations for the virus of every member in uniform including every government employees. Did oh the national guard. I don't know if that's come up before haski yet. But i am concerned not about the dealt or even the epsilon variant but variants down the road that might be vaccine evading and even more very lynch and target young people etc. Has that been discussed. What do you think about that mandate because the military when you were marine. I'm sure they didn't ask for your permission to give vaccines. It has been discussed by the chairman. Adam smith and i believe if memory serves he sympathetic to your argument. I'm not there yet. upset couldn't be persuaded. I just i. I certainly think the vaccine should be readily available for every active duty service member in reservists. Who wants to get it but for me to be convinced that a twenty two year old in the prime of his health needs to be mandated to get the vaccine. I've just not there right now. But it's certainly something that's being debated on the armed services committee and certainly we don't want the delta variant to sweep through the armed services find his way on an aircraft carrier a fight his way onto a destroyer and make combat ineffective the already stressed naval force. We have out there at something. We absolutely need to be on guard against. I myself am vaccinated. I think the vaccine is a remarkable technology. I think it's a remarkable accomplishment of the trump administration. That's my choice That's the choice. My wife and i made a together. We feel very comfortable and safe with the whole thing. I've done my best to promote it. But at the end of the day. I get hesitant win. For example the left suggests we need to vaccinating children in schools. I thought dr. Marty mccarey made a very persuasive argument wall street journal this week. That the data just aren't there to suggest we need to now. I know that's a different issue. Hugh than the military being the accident. I don't want complete those two arguments. But i have a little bit of hesitancy when we start to talk about mandates for the vaccine at the same time i wanted to everything possible to promote the vaccine which again i think is a technology. That's not just gonna help us now. But it's going to unlock a ton of subsequent scientific
American father, son get Japan prison terms for Ghosn escape
"A few palm court has sentenced to Americans charged in businessman Carlos Ghosn's escape from justice thank you court has handed down prison terms for the American father and son accused of helping the Nisan former chairman escape the Lebanon while awaiting trial in Japan Michael Taylor was sentenced to two years in prison well he's some pizza got one year and eight months gone hit in a big box it was flown on a private jet via Turkey to Lebanon in handing down the sentence the chief judge said the two had committed a serious violation of the law there's now there's next to no chance of putting going on trial I'm Charles de Ledesma
Top General Warned Trump Not to Strike Iran, Report Says
"About the last days of the Trump administration includes talk about a potential attack on Iran. CBS's Kris van Cleave with more a new report reveals former President Trump's top general was actively working to stop him from striking Iran in the final days of his presidency. If you do this, you're going to have a expletive war, General Mark Milley would say, according to the article. The same concern held by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who told 60 minutes she called the chairman of the Joint Chiefs personal. The report says that Millie repeatedly met in private with the joint Chiefs, telling them to make sure there were no unlawful orders.
How Have US-China Relations Changed Since 1971?
"With president biden now at the helm and the chinese economy predicted to overtake the us. In just a few years. How have relations between the two nations changed since kissinger's visit in nineteen seventy one. And what is the future of these two superpowers who better to ask than vincent. Knee the guardians china affairs correspondent who presented a documentary on bbc world. Service called when kissinger went to china. I started off by asking him. How nineteen seventy-one meeting came about what to some extent. It was a multi year project. Starting with both sides signaled intention of contact. This was initially conducted a very quietly and in a very subtle way beginning with the us. Calling china it's proper name at people's republic of china instead of red china or communist china and in beijing mao also wants to get in touch with richard nixon and his administration so they stay on the media's began to reduce the use of blessed capitalists. The things like this a eventually president. Nixon told pakistani president. Y'all calm and yao coundon tote chairman mao. That's the americans was serious. So that was the beginning of this contact. At in retrospect it was a very practical way of changing the course of the cold war. If you think about in the ninety sixties seventies when richard nixon came to power in ninety sixty eight vietnam. War was still a huge controversy in the us. Adding china around ninety sixty nine. There was a border war between china and the soviet union and around around autumn nineteen. Sixty nine It was rumored that's soviet union wants to to plan a pre emptive strike on china's so chairman mao at the time was really looking for a way out of this. And of course you know for nixon. I going to another communist big power. They wanted to change the triangular relationship between the us soviet union and china
Joint Chiefs Chairman Feared Trump Was Laying Groundwork for Coup
New Book Says Joint Chiefs Chairman Worried Trump Would Attempt a Coup
'Reichstag Moment': Joint Chiefs Chairman Feared Trump Was Laying Groundwork for Coup
"So in this book, they would have you believe that the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff thought a coup was imminent, organized with other generals so they could all resign in sequential order to stop him. And, uh, was actively going around, telling people quote How he saw parallels between Adolf Hitler's rhetoric and what Trump was saying. This is a right stock moment. Millie allegedly told aides the gospel of the fear, er Mhm. Okay? Now The irony is Mark Milley is was interviewed for this. And there are there are attributed quotes on other topics from Mark Milley in this book. But none that speak to any of this right here. Which is very odd to me. So if you're going to have the dude and he's on the record for, you know, for other stuff on there. And yet This whole scenario this whole piece right here. This little excerpt is based not on anything Millie told them but rather from aides who told this story to the authors. You're telling me at no point You didn't think. Hey, you know what? Maybe we should ask Mark Milley about it. Since we're interviewing him on this other stuff. I'm sorry. So I wasn't following you. You're saying that this story was Trump was going to do a coup against the government? Yes, Not that there was a Yes and Mark Milley and took it upon himself to have a planning session with the joint Chiefs of Staff to figure out how to put down the
Senate Democrats Move to End Federal Ban on Marijuana
"To put legalizing marijuana on a national level. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, New Jersey Senator Cory Booker and Finance Chairman Ron Wyden plan to release a draft there bill today. The bill is said to remove marijuana from the federal list of controlled substances. Vice
"vice chairman" Discussed on Raceline Radio
"Still working for hendrick motorsports in nascar cup after he retired from driving and took up six years of tv color commentary. But now rick. Hendrick has brought jeff gordon into the boardroom. As the new vice chairman of the company official at the turn of the new year. So here's part two of our re. Ask questions for jeff. Gordon back with us as we said on race. Line radio jeff. Do you think you're going to sit back. And and miss the tv work at all again working with dwi working when my working with larry or pit reporters but this year especially working with boy you he and i had a great rapport going into it and i knew he'd have fun but You that made it a tougher decision. I i really felt like the decision was all remained going into the season And and so you know. I don't think anything was going to change that here that that became Something that was a great transition for me to step out of driving and go to. It had a lot of similarities as driving with how you prepare. Go going over your notes working with the team and then when you get up there it's a live event so instinctively you're you're doing similar things that you would the driver just with a microphone and and Relying on your team so that was fun. I enjoyed it But like i said the end of the day the competition and and you're being arm-in-arm and kendrick is his really where I feel it old. Jeff gordon on racial on radio. The new vice chairman of hendrick motorsports. You know a lot of your new job at hendrick will be building and nurturing existing relationships right. I mean you know you. Just as an example part of adamy you and elliot larson bowman byron mean among other things. There's a dirt track route there that runs through all of you right.
Police Testimony to Lead Panel's First Jan. 6 Capitol Breech Hearing
"A new panel to investigate the deadly January 6th breach of the U. S Capitol building will hold its first public hearing later this month. The first hearing for the House Select Committee on January. 6th will set the tone for the investigation, Committee Chairman Bennie Thompson told The Associated Press. Absence is a public hearing could happen in less than two weeks with testimony from first responders, including those beaten by rioters trying to prevent Congress from certifying the Electoral College House. Democrats approved the select committee last month, with only two Republicans supporting it. One of them Wyoming Congresswoman Liz Cheney, was named at the panel by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Republican leader Kevin McCarthy has not yet said who he intends to name to the committee Foxes Jared Halpern in
Police Testimony Will Lead off Panel's First Jan. 6 Hearing
"The new house panel investigating the capital Reid expects to hold its first public hearing this month with some forgotten witnesses chairman Bennie Thompson tells the AP other committees I've already heard from top officials like the capital's police chief he wants to hear from the rank and file not just those who fought back the attack but the custodial staff that cleaned up afterward how they felt we need to hear what people who broke into the capital stay at two of them Thompson says that'll set the tone for the investigation many first responders push for an independent probe of the attack which Senate Republicans blocked Thompson has not said if the panel will call ex president trump to testify but says nobody is off limits Sager made Connie at the White House
"vice chairman" Discussed on The Electorette Podcast
"I'm jim taylor skinner. And this is the electorate on this episode a have a conversation with karen boykin towns the vice chairman of the naacp national board of directors karen. And i discussed the goals that the naacp has outlined for the biden harris administration in relation to racial equity particularly around police accountability and reform. We also briefly discussed the lawsuit accusing trump and rudy giuliani of inciting the us capitol riots. A lawsuit was filed by the naacp and several members of congress so without further ado. Here's my conversation with karen. Boykin towns karen boykin towns. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you so much jennifer pleasure to be with you and i'm so excited to talk to you but.
"vice chairman" Discussed on The 2 Robbies
"Because in his spends such a professional sports has been so slow to accept. Honestly people of color like myself and and and Women it is actually given me and our organization a little bit of a competitor bennett. I feel like because We can now fish ponds at other. People don't fishing. And so if you're not gonna spend time looking at hannah gordon for example who i found her she was at the nfl league office doing a tremendous job. And you know when. I hired her. I don't even know maybe ten twelve years ago. Now she was just tremendous from day one and yet she didn't have the opportunities that maybe you know her male counterparts at andt nights. It's an unfortunate thing but honestly that more people that pay attention to just the quality of the merit of one's work as opposed to what they look like The better off your other suitor. You'll have a competitive advantage. I'm fortunate in that our owners of your family give me a chance. I certainly don't look the part of an nfl executive. I i didn't play college or or or professionally in the nfl. I don't have a dad. A father who played college a professor in the nfl. And so i have no business. Twenty years ago getting into the sport in fact it probably took me about ten years before i really earned credibility respectively persona knows american football but honestly after that gave us a competitive advantage as well because we went out and found the best people. We could find matter what they look like. We were just going to try to build people who could help hire people can help us just following on from that for for our then. How important is the message. That you're sending out to young girls to females. People may be in colored you wanna get into spoil. Nfl software cricket. You've got people you've got women in very influential positions within your organization yet. I mean it's it's we want to hire based on the merits and talents in your capability. Not by what you look like and we honestly feel like maybe not we know not everybody is doing it that way so it gives us a competitive advantage. I mean you know. Our our main owner is denise to barlow york you know and so it stems down from her. We started an internship in In her name on to hire female intern that was fifteen years ago And it's it's it's grown from there. And i always. I'm always looking to pay it forward in some ways and i realized that i was a beneficiary of a fortuitous turn of events that allowed me to get hired and allowed allowed the forty niners to give me a chance and so i'm always looking to pay for it and give somebody who may be otherwise wouldn't be getting a look in a look for a job whether it's in the nfl primarily guard cricket and person the chance and so you know one thing that is important to me. Is matter how many i received. But i always looked to respond to every email every about email. I get even his email. Because i want to give someone a chance that maybe i know that i was given that chance and and so i wanna do the same token of giving people chances we know. It's an extremely busy time for now with the four forty niners with the nfl draft coming up. What are you looking forward to in in the upcoming draft and the new season. Well you know. I'm going to answer this vaguely lucky for i'm excited to improve our i'm excited buyers. That are going to help us improve our team. I think we'll give ya last. Year was such a challenge. We were the one of the most teams in the history of the nfl. With how many injuries that we had to withstand the kovin season was a particular challenge for us because we had to go relocate the team for step five and a half weeks to another to another state in arizona. it was just a challenge For us and so. I am excited to get back to a healthy season with fans and you know in many ways. We brought back much of the team. We have a like a very competitive quality team so excited to see how we perform the the clinic about covid been on everybody around the world as a leader of intuit ganizers salesian legionnaires in the full genomics. How's house changed the way you would what we learned about yourself in your organizations during this time. That's a good question i think. What is that You don't you don't always need to be everywhere together to be able to accomplish something. I think it's poppy. Actually helped everyone Manage their own careers. Manage their own work streams a little bit better and then and then be able to collaborate when you need to so. I think that's one thing that has has definitely everybody's from i think people have learned to be a little bit more self starting at be taken even players and coaches to take a little bit more which live on their own. I think people gotten to the point where you just okay. Let me just let me just go through the motions and attend a meeting a player meeting. Because i have to and see. What's the game plan is for this week. Well when you're not able to do it that way you have to you have to do it on zoom in your own hotel room or your own dorm or whatever it might be own assists. The initiative is a little bit more on you to take ownership of your own ability to learn the plays and learn this and learn the scheme to deliver. So i think that's probably helped everybody just a little bit in terms of everybody taking a little bit more personal initiative. Rub let me before. He goes to the last question so just on this one. Just in terms of football clubs. Anime jesse that in the primarily accused clubs multi-million some billion dollar industry but you feel maybe the pandemic's make people think about the way the business in and maybe be a little bit more efficient with with with with coughing. Throw around in the way that we did before us trances big agencies money going here probably gonna give you an answer that you don't expect i don't think so. I actually think hunker to to come back and to compete because competition brings out. A competitiveness brings out a certain element of the human psyche That is very addictive. And so when we've been away from it we haven't had the moment everyone steps back in to the respective stadiums and have all the fans there and feel that energy and if you're not a good club at that time performing well and your owner you do everything you can do In the same way in the same way that people ask sometimes do you think that people have found a new way to live And so the maybe viewership of professional sports is going to be a little bit down because now people like to go hiking bike riding. And i mean i don't buy that for a second. I think we're gonna come roaring back beyond to beyond pre pandemic levels. And i think the hunger to compete is gonna come back in the same way as well so actually. I think it's going to be aren't tests. And morals louis unto listen progress been wonderful was hosting. Thanks for your time. I guess the last question really is is if the of a for the fans of the team to forty nine hundred each night to look into the future messages that we are going to do everything we can to put the best the best product on the field and to compete at the highest level. And and we're doing it because not just because we're owners of these respective clubs but it's because we care you know we are essentially fans of these clubs. I and and in many ways we are just stewards of the Of the fans it because this really communities clubs and so we're fans i and we're doing everything we can because we care And we're we're trying our hardest to to help us computer. The time magazine. Both teams.
"vice chairman" Discussed on The 2 Robbies
"vice chairman" Discussed on The 2 Robbies
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"vice chairman" Discussed on The 2 Robbies
"I've been there in a year now and so you'd start does not just me but you'll start to see many of our executives at the forty niners this we sort of Start to interact more frequently with our counterparts and just just dive in more and help grow the club. Just just more interesting that just a little bit more detail on that power and your relationship with the united majority owner andrea rajini. You going to divide the responsibilities in the workload at the top. Now you know. I think it is still We are offering one for all everything that we're doing because Yes it is fantastic that we got up to the primarily but now the next step is to show that we belong and play with a. I think you've seen this season already. We play with a certain confidence and flair. That we show that we belong. And now it's to show that we can do it consistently and sustainably. And so i think is more around helping in every place that we can. I think particularly on the football side. That's my background here with the forty niners. So i'm able to help with how we look at how we look at budgeting for transfers imbalance and pounds how we can maybe look at managing contracts a little bit more a little bit more constructively how we do that But then my particular area that we've helped us we just we just revitalize the forty niners business like i said when we built levi stadium. So there's a lot that we're looking at today right now with buron hospitality or stadium expansion and how we can modernize ellen road and maybe you get a little bit more out of the turnip if you will. And that's that's a lot of areas of our focus. Right now is on the business side just a quick follow up if you don't mind just own that sort of it because because because remember united when they when they went for it financially with all these players they they totally david and a great cinnamon european great european war responsibility with these contracts budgeting. Wow probably that. That's so important as is up. Show you know. Particularly with english clubs. We've seen owners go in there again. Spend a ton of money for the whole in jeopardy a big responsibility you help them with the with the budget yet. That's why sometimes you have to be more measured judicious with how you strut With how you set this up it may not be what all the fans wanna here because maybe you to go all in on everything but we're trying to build on the last not flash in the pan right. We're trying to club that two years from now five years ten years from now when every new season starts talking about us for europe or the champions right and to be able to get there. It's a path that has to be more measured. Judicious in how we get there. You don't want to be just you know all in in a hurry now to be fair. We spent a whole lot of money in this in the transfer window right before we got it among among the highest of any club the last several years but again i would argue. That was a little bit more measured in what we're trying to do because we wanted to. We wanted to show that we belong to and you can see some of the results. Are i mean you take some allegra. Fenian that's worked out marvelously. And so but but you do want to be more measured with how you set up because you just you have to be. I think another thing which is at least different for us. Relative to what i've seen with some of my american counterparts Is you have to care not to actually be into this. You can't just view this as an asset like you do a piece like a piece of real estate up. were stop at you. Purchaser a piece of art That you go buy it at art auction at southeast. This is you have to actually know about it. You have to care about it and it and that's something that we have a lot of passionate about this we at the forty niners. We have a little whatsapp group. Every every leads match and even though some of them are at four in the morning or five in the morning our time and we are going back and forth celebrating great passes and goals and commiserating and when they go against us and so it just it just who we are and we wouldn't want to do if we didn't care about it and so that actually matters as well. it's not. It's not some dispassionate piece of art that we put on our mantle in our penthouse in the upper east side. This is much more about something that we really care about. Taking to the pitch a little bit because i got the sense with leeds having finally gotten into primarily. It wasn't about being seventeenth just staying in. It almost looked to me like they came and wanted to show who they will end the personality. Amine tokyo Just won't go lost to liberal junior the best teams in the league so with that in mind what is the success. Look like for this season for them. And what you expect the next couple of years. What's the progression a. I think we've proven it this season and it's not because of where we're gonna finish in the table wherever that's going to be. I think it's because of the mentality. I think it's be as of the confidence that we that has grown in the players and the coaching in the coaching staff with the front office with all the lead supporters confidence that that we baloch a confidence that we can go into any match whether it is whether it is with man city or with sheffield united on that we feel like we have a fighting chance to to win that fixture. I think that we've established that. And it's it's just been phenomenal to be able to feel like you know like i was saying earlier we have a murderer's row coming up in the next three matches. But you know what i feel like. We have a fighting chance. And that's exciting because that's something that you know is established over. The course of i thirty matches that we played and so. I think that that's where they were going forward going forward. It's around continuing that sort of confidence in mentality and then starting to matriculate up the table where we should be able to compete for europe. We should be able to compete for the champions league. There's no reason why we shouldn't we as you guys said. We're certainly a big enough club to be able to do it. And it's a club that we want to be a destination not a train. Stop what i mean is we wanted to be a place where When players come to leads they view it as the final destination. They view it as the pinnacle of their respective careers. Not just one stop to increase their value in then go on to another club. We want it to be everybody's destination so we played in the primitive for many years. We've watched it now. We've analyzed it for many years paragon. I can safely say uninsured. We've seen a manager like marcelo bielsa now. I'm aware of him. From his previous wilkerson Watched mauvaise worker bilbao bilbao kind of. How many interactions. If you happened in iraq did you get close to him if you spoke to a personality as that. Maybe we don't see through his interviews on the on the sideline looks pretty crazy to me. What's really get to know him. So i have limited interactions with him. You know maybe five or six or seven times And it's been all pleasant in great but there is something. There is a certain amount of confidence at just oozes out of his own and he's one of those individuals who and there's not many in the world but he's one.
"vice chairman" Discussed on The 2 Robbies
"I sell is. How did you become involved. In china's ligi knighted and tricky. Yeah well first of all. Thank you for having me guys. i appreciate it. I think it starts at the core. That i'm a lifelong caught. A fan of competition and sports. I grew up at me. Just devoured anything in anything. Anything everything about sports around me you know i. I played ball and soccer as we call it and the and basketball growing up and just loved everything and and you know soon into my professional career with the forty niners as we were tried to sort of professionalized and modernize the forty niners. Build a stadium at bill grow organization. it was. It was around that time that i realized wait a second. There is a blueprint That really can apply across sport. It's not necessarily at least the everything off the pitch very exportable. There's a lot of things that you can do in terms of. It still comes down to media rights a ticket sales have hostile taliban sponsorship in at pr and building the right organization around supporting the players the coaches and that it could be. It doesn't matter what sport it is. It could be widget all and that's where i realized. Well wait a second. Let's build something bigger beyond just the forty niners and let's go into places that could use our assistance and use our expertise and the two. Obviously that the it came to mind that we can have cat. Add the most value one was lead united and the other was building building a professional cricket league here in the. Us now wave or familiar with lead united. We both pet against as many times. I'm we absolutely understand why you pick united and why many other investors we talked about it. Wow legion i should have been picked up yours ago. Given how big it is healthy families unexplained to some of our listeners and viewers you know What makes lead united a special club. Yes certainly at starts with the fact that it is the the energy and the connecticut energy in the air is palpable. The moment you get off the train leads foot in the city because it is a city that That loves their team and their club. And it's very different i talk. I've talked a lot about it with compared the forty niners deletes. And i'll do that more in detail in the second but when i wanna share now is that the people love people love the forty niners and the forty niners are. People are die hard forty niners fans what is different to me than particularly in the primarily but especially with leeds is that leads is like somebody's little brother or little sister. It is part of each family. Member is a family member of each family within the city. What i needed. You'll love to love them. You love to hate them but no matter what you protect them at all costs and and that you feel wherever you go and that's something that is just it just different for me. Even than other primarily clubs certainly many of them and the thing that really attracted me in particular starting maybe seven eight years ago. Was that leads to meet. Felt like the forty niners circa fifteen years ago. The forty niners had won many super bowls in the eighties in the nineties In some ways we have fallen on hard times in that our performance on the pitch at fallen off we had the time. Replaying in the oldest stadium. The nfl and we just need a revitalization. We needed more expertise when you modernisation club and we did that. We transformed the club over the past fifteen years to now. You know we play in the new stadium and we we. Certainly we've improved performance on the field as well. That's what i saw leads ahead all the great bones because you saw seventies and eighties. They were one of the best clubs. All of europe leads. Menu was one of the best was was one of the matches to watch movies made about them in that they had those great phones unfortunately they fell across hard times and and actually multiple ownership groups and so nobody really got back up but that kinetic energy was always swirling about the city and swirling about ellen road it just the right place right time the right ownership group And the right vision to bring this club back to where they belong in. You see it now. Sure we are. We're very happy with how we performed so far being a mid table club but beyond that we're picked by sky sports to be on time at liverpool man city and man. United tells you something about that that back to people either love to love leads or love to hate leads because their family member. It's the same. It's by the same token there's many opposing club bands. That if you as their least favourite club is it's probably leads but there's a benefit to that. There's a benefit being a fan of an owner of liege. United is because it makes your club more popular or talk about interest. Say that program is a couple of instances on number one. We are played at road team with the crazy gang. We went Caucasians in one one games. I'm the late funds. Employees dissolve into a the what we would come on an acting. That was what may need special in. my belly. Must've talked about the league will be better for felice in that. Obviously that's the quality of leading january. The latinos shattered ownership in lease christina ownership. Now to thirty seven percents. What does the big main for you. leads moving forward now. The best way. I can describe it as to talk about just sort of how our our Ownership and hard vomit has matriculated over time. I actually i did a deal. Seven years ago. Three ownership groups grow as a consulting arrangement Where we were going to help. Give them advice on things. Fortunately for me that never materialized because those words of owners actually were probably not the best for the club then in two thousand eighteen. When when i got to know andrea i would start as a friendship and then and then more professional relationship is really just dipping our toes in the water because by no means are we. The experts were still dot the experts But but we were just trying to learn the business. We were trying to learn. How the primarily Certainly for me. My my expertise. I grew up in the business of negotiating contracts in managing a salary cap in and doing all those negotiations with players. But i do nothing about the transfer martin and network just just learning and so fast for two and a half years to our january investment. Now it's a little bit more. Where more intricately involved in all decisions. Both on and off the pitch where we are still by no means the experts and we are still not ultimately it's still andrea victor at angus and coach bills. This show but now every decision we have a weakened lender voice those are voices. Maybe carry more credibility because we've been there and done that and so we're just much much more involved. I think you'll see. Would covenants will be there a lot more frequently. I'm actually coming up next on next month for two weeks to spend some. I had been there normally. I'm there be other month..
"vice chairman" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio
"This marketplace podcast is supported by. Moody's talks podcasts. Do you want the sharpest insights into the forces shaping. Our future for expert views on. What's next for the economy. Emerging markets healthcare and more checkout. Moody's talks podcasts. It explores issues and trends that matter most from climate change attack to politics finance credit and more head to moody's dot com slash morning or search. Your favorite podcast platform for moody's talks. The italian government launched a lottery this year. But it is a little odd. You don't enter by buying a ticket you enter just by doing your normal shopping. A special app enters you into the lottery after recording your receipts for groceries or whatever. Why this bizarre setup it's to help fight tax evasion from turn italy. john lawrenson explains then you gotta. they're fantastic. We'll shop called vinny s. separate that's full of delicacies from turin. Piedmont region shopper. Flora counter is about to pay for her purchase using her credit card and she knows the government is giving her an incentive to do. This italian state has devised this up. So we pay with a credit card that is linked to the app. We can get a refund ten percent. Why is the government doing this. Italians use a lot of cash for one in seven of them. Attacks police unit. The focuses on tax evasion. Says that's all they ever use the government estimates its losing billions of dollars in sales tax. The app will allow it to keep track of how much tax money is owed autozone. They cut the the community a government tv spot for the new app. That six million people have already downloaded. In addition to the refund people who pay with the app automatically entered into a lottery with weekly monthly and yearly draws an top prize of almost six million dollars got to the government estimates is losing a lot more than that in uncollected taxes about. A franco is professor of tax law at the university of turin division. Nearly as very largest gala this debate debated in about one hundred and ten billions of euro per year. Which either more or less the entire public health care expenditure in one year. This government initiative aims to make retailers pay more taxes but venier separatists owner derina. Goni is in favour. Not more people are using cards now. The government is pushing them to go cashless unless cash in the till means a lower risk of being robbed. Thank you over. And if someone wins the with a receipt from her store she gets to win a prize to in urine jonasson for marketplace and in new york. I'm refinisher with the marketplace morning. Report from apm american public media this marketplace podcast is sponsored by merrill with personalized planning tools and insights merrill edge. Self directed offers timely. investing ideas. To help you find answers like how are your investments. Doing what is the market doing put investing within reach and get started at merrill edge dot com slash within reach merrill lynch pierce fenner and smith inc. registered broker dealer member sipc..
"vice chairman" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio
"This marketplace podcast is supported by deloitte private offering business insight and strategies tailored to the needs of privately held companies to help them navigate. Today's uncertainty and build resilience online at deloitte dot com slash. us slash cova d- and by rapid seven a leading provider of security visibility analytics and automation in these rapidly. Changing times security teams. Have their work cut out for them. Rapid sevens insight cloud security solutions. Simplify the complex and help security teams reduce risks and shutdown attacks to learn. How rapid seven can help your company securely advance visit rapid seven dot com. The chairman of samsung is back in prison for marketplace. I'm super beneficial in for david brancaccio. The air to south korea's biggest conglomerate samsung is back in prison for bribery. Samsung shares are down four percent marketplace colleague. The bbc's victoria. Craig is here with those details. Hi victoria hey. Good morning every so this kind of big news. It's almost the same. As if apple's tim cook were going to jail. Help us understand what's going on here. Why has samsung's chairman. Lee jae yong bean sentenced to get locked up. This all goes back to a scandal and twenty seventeen that was linked to south korea's then president and samsung. The company was accused of paying more than thirty seven million dollars to to nonprofits exchange for political support and that included backing for a controversial samsung. Merger that would pave the way for lead to eventually run the company so the scandal was samsung. Giving money to the cream. Presidents pet nonprofits in exchange for political favors for samsung. And yeah exactly and one of those. Bribes was allegedly horse riding lessons to the president's aids daughter so this led to lee's arrest in twenty seventeen and he was charged with bribery embezzlement hiding assets overseas and perjury all of those charges. He denies and that trial has now been retried by korea's high court and today he was found guilty. Okay so this leaves samsung without a leader. Lee has been acting as the defacto head of the company. What does that. what does this mean for. samsung experts. Say that the day to day of operations will likely not change. But lee will be sidelined from decision making in all likelihood that will include decisions on mergers and acquisitions and personnel changes crucially. Though for him he'll likely be barred from taking part in overseeing the process of inheritance from his father and that's an important step to cemented him as head of samsung right. The bbc's victoria. Craig thank you so much. My pleasure slippery. Martin luther king junior day is the only federal holiday designated as a national day of service today for americans to volunteer to help improve their communities. This year. there are obviously a lot of people who could use some help. But the pandemic is also complicating how charities and nonprofits operate marketplace's megan mccarthy carino has more normally union station homeless services in pasadena would be gathering a small army of volunteers today to prepare food or tutor kids in temporary housing. But that's not possible. This year says operations director amanda green. We now have volunteers who are ordering from local restaurants and delivering those dinners instead of serving at themselves and making it. We have an online tutoring program. Yep even volunteer work has gone remote. Beth steinhorn volunteer strategy consultant. Many many many organizations are now engaging. Volunteers do wellness champions with senior living at home in isolated situations. That approaches made it easier for people to join in a report from the nonprofit points of light shows surge in volunteer interest. The pandemic really touched americans hearts and desire to roll up our sleeves. Even if.
"vice chairman" Discussed on Work Inspired - A BOS Podcast
"Over the last few months we've worked really hard to aggregate and create solutions processes. Furnishings technologies p. e. basically information resources that people can use as they navigate that path back to the workplace. Because this is something that none of us have really lived through before we're hearing from our customers that they want to know. What can they be doing. What should they be doing. what are others doing. And when i saw the safe programme that newmark knight frank has developed. I was really impressed at how comprehensive it is steve. Could you take us through kind of the core pieces of that program and hopes that people listening will maybe. Here's something that they hadn't been thinking about that will make their path back more successful sure. safe stands for strategic actions for employers. And it's a program that newmark developed in conjunction with stc hell in basically there's four main pillars of the safe programme The first is daily screenings that employers can do role model friendly interface to ask their employees if they are exhibiting symptoms of covid nineteen and track whether or not The employees of aborted any of these symptoms so they can give them access or deny them. Access to the workspace and the second prong of the safe programme is is the safety culture program where where he assists employers developing strategies to create safe workplaces through workflow strategies blueprint overlays of their workspace optional. Temperature screenings if they choose to do that To allow them to sort of do as safe as return in reporting Of the workspace the third feature is a testing beecher which basically is through. sds's stc health of thirty one thousand community. Pharmacies allows their employees to provide access to their employees or testing and then easy access and communication to both the employee and the employer on the results of the testing to indicate whether the employees is exhibiting or has govan in and should not be coming back to the office until they they test negative The testing quality is monitored. It's only through as fda approved testing and in. It's all done through a digital payment card where the employer authorizes aboukir that. The employees receive on their smartphone. They can register for their test. And then the results automatically get reported to both the employee and employer and then the four pillar is his wellbeing a wellbeing module that basically is there to maximize the employees. Ap program benefits that employ might be receiving and it had stuff such as a stress. Relief will hit. There's videos on on wellness fitness and and safe practices dealing with the bow in nineteen. And there's also an optional tax coach service to help promote wellness the employee's and in address you know any any feelings of depression or anxiety around the over nineteen and the overturned to work. You've got this comprehensive program. I'm wondering given the unique variables for each team. You work with their size. Their location maybe. Even their industry is important to create a custom strategy or a customized plan for each client. You work with yes ab absolutely. Yeah i mean we do. We do what we call. Risk of past capacity overlays through through our workplace nurse strategy group with basically the goal is to to identify those high traffic areas where employs might be congregating in the come up with ways. Know whether it's through sign edge through different programs to kinda give them space dowd. So everyone's at a socially distant You know level within the office area and then you know addressing also the whole seating which is obviously critical In your business georgia's you know how you go from a very dense. Maybe a benching environment or a mix of benching and offices to And be able to spread that out so so it's you know the boys be socially distanced while while back end so we are group does these risks of pasadena overlays where we take the floor plan in identify those areas and color code them based on you know where where we think they might really have to think about strategies to.
"vice chairman" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
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"vice chairman" Discussed on KOMO
"The vice chairman of China came out that he wants to see a deal may the Chinese foreign ministry claims no knowledge of actual phone calls face to face talks may resume next month president trump did not attend the G. seven leaders session on climate change the White House said he had too many other commitments but he's taking the U. S. out of the Paris climate accord a couple years ago remains a sore spot for European leaders first and foremost French president my call at a closing news conference the president making clear exploitation of American energy resources takes precedent I'm going to lose that wealth I'm not going to lose it on our own dreams one windmills which frankly aren't working too well the president's chair was empty when media were allowed in to photograph the start of the session but he got on board with a plan for the seven nations to send twenty million dollars to help fight the fires in the Amazon region thinking about next year's G. seven summit where he will be the host will probably be in Miami right next to the international as quickly location and what's right near the Miami airport trump derail international golf resort which Mr trump seems to think would be a great location the White House even tweeted on video as if Mr trump for announcing to row as the spot asked if he would be profiting off the presidency I'm not gonna make any money and I'm not going to make any money I don't want to make money the president claims he's lost billions of dollars by holding office house investigators are already waiting fights to get a look at his business records all right thank you Bob Costantini reporting from right here in Washington DC seven minutes before the hour now and Harvey Weinstein was back in criminal court in New York the rape trial for the former movie mogul was supposed to start in two weeks but it was pushed back several months after he was arraigned on a new charge as we hear from Steve cast involved this new indictment allows jurors to hear testimony from Annabella ski your a the sopranos actors have publicly accused winds dean of sexually assaulting her in her apartment in nineteen ninety three but it was beyond the statute of limitations now the Manhattan district attorney obtained indictment from a grand jury that will enable ski or to testified winds dean's rape trial in support of charges of predatory sexual assault she's represented by attorney Gloria Allred she has been willing to testify when asked.
"vice chairman" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"The vice chairman of the Senate intelligence committee, Mark Warner listened to Muller, summarize his report finding we're gonna take anything out of the Miller report. It is that foreign powers intervened and if we don't put better protections in place. They will be back Muller said, quote, if we had confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said, so White House spokesman Sarah Sanders, telling Fox News. Bob Muller had thought there was wrongdoing and wish. Sure of it. He would have had a moral obligation to say that he didn't Laura Jarrett at the Justice Department's report, but even more sharply today just explaining the weight and significance of it, and how much it meant how much the significance meant that he could not even reach a determination of whether the president committed a crime. And so he's not weighing in on that he's not making a determination on that at all. But what he is saying is that he also can't exonerate him. I Mike moss. Correspondent Linda Kenyon has reaction to Muller statement from Capitol Hill Jerrold Nadler, the chairman of the House Judiciary committee releases a statement that says no one not even the president of the United States is above the law. He adds given that special counsel Marla was unable to pursue criminal charges against the president it falls to congress, the ranking Republican on the committee takes the opposite view. Doug Collins says special counsel Muller confirmed today what we knew months ago when his report was released there was no collusion and no obstruction. In his statement Mahler himself said, if we had had confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said, so Linda Kenyon, Washington tornadoes continue to cause destruction across the nation today. Forty million people living areas were tornadoes could develop, including in Washington. New York Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu faces a deadline at midnight to form a new government is country or face.
"vice chairman" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
"And then a last little reminder to check out our second podcast which is called minutes on mastery in it's a second feed that just grabs under three minutes or less the gems from these podcasts. So it's literally loaded with hundreds of insights. And pearls of wisdom about some of the best performers in the world, how they think in how they do so check that out as well at this week's conversation is with Bob, right? And Bob served as the vice chairman of GE General Electric. And he was also the president CEO and chairman of NBC NBC universal from nineteen eighty six to two thousand seven there big time responsibilities. And then prior to that, he serves as the president of GE financial services. And before that he was the president of Cox cable communications, and he's had this really diversified career in law general management, marketing, television. And in fact, he's also been inducted into the advertising broadcaster in cable hall of fame, okay, so he's not messing around. He's done it. He's lived it. And now he's on the other side of being able to talk about how he's done what he's done. And then he's also mission-minded purpose minded in this phase of his career in life. And so he right now, he's the co, founder of autism. Speaks, I'm sure you've heard of that and he's the founder of the Suzanne right foundation. So Bob's main focus right now is on this Zan right foundation in his code purple campaign, which are both fighting pancreatic cancer. And in this conversation, we touch on leadership and passion and accountability, and we talk about why he's doing what he's doing. And if when you think about if you've recognized the foundation autismspeaks like think about how that came into existence and we're going to pull back the curtain and talk about his process in where he came from. So with that, let's jump right into this conversation with Bob, right Bob, how you doing. I'm doing just fine. I'm doing doctor. How are you? Fantastic. Thank you for in advance for taking the time in. Congratulations for everything that you've contribute to the world, and that's from large corporations to. Endeavors that were near and dear to your heart autismspeaks that also changed the the rhythm of autism in the exposure that we've had to it so and I can go on and on. But congratulations on everything you've done today. Thank you. Appreciate them. Okay. So before we get into the meat of this conversation, can you, can you walk us through what your early life was like just to give some context for everything that we're gonna explore in this conversation. Sure. I grew up as an only child. My mother was a fulltime schoolteacher. My father was a a man who's in an engineering background, and he was he was a ran a air conditioning and heating business. They had. They were all children of the depression. They were both born in nineteen o five sheaves from upstate New York, and he was from Ohio, and they both met during the depression out in Long Island just outside of New York's New York, where your parents alive when you became the chairman of General Electric? No. I mean, talk about like, was there something unique about that industry or was it just happened to be something that like not landed in your lap, but you work towards for other reasons they they were. They were alive when I was with GE at the. So that was good. They were alive when I was when I was practicing lawyer in New Jersey. They were alive when I was in NBC one isn't my father, so my mother was passed away earlier. She'll she didn't get to see that part of it. But she, she knew I was doing well at the time and when I was up at in pittsfield Massachusetts, so they got, they got to, they got to see, you know, participate in a lot of the successes. I had. Okay. So and you know, it's one thing to work for NBC. It's another thing to be chairman and to be CEO and president of General Electric. I mean, so. Okay. So let's go back to early childhood where you grew up in the condition, ju Justice..
"vice chairman" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"The most popular place in the world to do business so dr hazard i'd i'd love to get your comments here in any thoughts you might have on bad idea thank thank you vice chairman louis i i think that again uh wage growth is low profit growth is high the profits are over there we've got the highest rate and we see that countries around the world that are run by governments that either the don't have the commitment to the american system that every member of the both parties here in congress has a cutting their corporate rates president macron ran in france on reducing the corporate rate to 25 percent and the french rate was already blowers at that election begin city ties the greek government who translates there party a title into the coalition of the far left they have a lower corporate tax rate than us of this is not about a rightwing parties throwing money yet rich corporations it's about economically literate government's understanding if we want wages to be higher than we have to give workers capital to work with and that if you look the us right now again the contribution to productivity growth from capitol deepening is lower than it's been since the second world war we've got a crisis in our country and it's something that everybody on this committee needs to work together to solve in emphasize idea of zeroing out the corporate tax altogether and replacing it with a tax on dividends in capital gains that would put it on par with the taxes we impose on income what do you think of that idea specifically that the focus to like a laser right now is an adviser to the president on the proposals that are there a your idea is something that's you're quite analogous to something that a lot of other countries have done a few countries have eliminated it all together but but many have integrated the corporate tax with a dividend in the capital gains tax so that they're they're basically charging tax once at one level but in.
"vice chairman" Discussed on FT News
"On that point we've had various conflicting comments from mr trump over the years in the election campaign he felt that interest rates should be higher more recently he has been favour of a weak dollar which implicitly suggests that he wants to keep interest rates low defeat genuinely has an interest in moving in a clearly ah ideological wait towards a more hawkish or more conventional approach to monetary policy oregon you just think that he doesn't think in list and i think he thinks in terms of political expediency at least a that's one important factor it was clearly expedient during the election campaign to accuses he did janet yellen of have having some secret balgham with the president to keep right slow and help the democrats immediately dropped that argument when he came into power and said he was a low rates person and then stand far more supportive of janet yellen has declined every single time he's been given the opportunity to criticise a yellen to question the fed could he wants stability there so at this point it's very difficult to say any ideological approach to how he wants to cost the fed sending the two appointments that we are expecting rental calls it has been announced and then he hasn't denounced but many people expect marvin good friend an economist to be point is another fed governor by trump both of those people tends to slightly more hawkish end i've talked about the the merits of monetary policy rules when scenting interest rates which would put them.
"vice chairman" Discussed on FT News
"From the financial times new york i'm john over his and this is f t use big new state federal reserve vice chair stanley fischer tendered his resignation the second in line to janet yellen was not due to leave until his term ended in june of next year the fits board of governors now has four seats vacant asif seven giving president donald trump the opportunity to recast the entire policy direction of the central bank as he might puts it he owns the fate now join it discuss this is the ifp's us economics editor in washington sampling heison tiger silence oppose the first question concerns y stand fischer has chosen to leave eight months early the official reason is of that he's leaving for personal reasons do you think that's true yes i do i mean i think it's worth pointing out that his term was due to end in june of next year it could have been renewed obviously but i think most people expected not to be renewed so this accelerates the departure the most in the markets were expecting in any case i do think it was for personal reasons on i think really now people are going to stop thinking about what next to replace him on how this changes the balance of power in the federal support now in terms of the balance of power we have literally a majority of places among the governor's vacant once as temperature does stands down.