35 Burst results for "Vich"
Nick Vujicic Founds Pro-Life Bank 'to Further the Kingdom of God'
"Nick. Avoid vich thank. You know what happened to him right. No bank oh yeah yeah yeah. He's a new nick. Nick voip vich He has no arms and no eggs and he was at. We were just at The the an r. I was gonna say are in b. n. r. b. recently. He was there. We didn't get to interview him. But i saw there and then i read that. He is so brave That he he was big bank canceled him because because of what because he's promoting in pushing and funding pro-life. Mind you this man. Of course he was born that way. He's like listen. It doesn't matter how persons born they deserve a chance at life. He's a walking testimony. And so he's been pushing this pro-life agenda and they don't like it they don't like it so they say you know why without any type of warning any conversation. They asked him so what he did was he said all right. I'm gonna start my own bank a- pro-life bank that's going to be in. It's going to be a profile pro- For profit bank and the proceeds are going to go towards pro-life organizations that are actually pushing and funding the kingdom. So this is one example of someone who's divorced a world system and has opened up a new door for kingdom people. And i feel like he is setting a standard for what we need to do across the board.
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich Explains Supreme Court 6-3 Decision on State Voting Laws
"There was a big decision in the United States Supreme Court today. 6 to 3. Upholding Arizona's election law. And it's receiving passing attention, but it's actually quite a significant victory. I think a lot of the other state legislatures that care about the integrity of their vote. Looking on this with a big smile and we have the attorney general of Arizona is responsible for bringing it in defending that state's election law. Mark Berna vich. It's nice to meet you, sir. Thank you, Mark. Thank you very much for having me on really an honor and a pleasure. Likewise. So tell us what happened here and then what the court decided. Uh, Reader's Digest version is in 2016. The Arizona Legislature had passed guidelines regarding who can collect and deliver ballots, and additionally, Arizona had along this book from the 19 seventies that basically limited the ability of folks to vote out of precinct so The left as they've been doing shortly before elections. Usually, they'll come in and we'll start challenging laws trying to create chaos and trying to stack the deck to their advantage when it comes to election integrity, So I stepped in. I defended our state laws we actually won After attendee trial at the District Court, Of course, the ninth Circuit ninth Circus overturned. That is the over, said the statutes were essentially racist because they couldn't find another reasons. It's write them down, and so I appealed it, and I personally argued the case the U. S Supreme Court. As you just said, Mark, we won 6 to 3.
Nadal Knocked out in French Open Semi-Finals by Djokovic
"Unthinkable has happened rafael. Nidal knocked out in the semifinals of the twenty twenty. One french open novak djokovic delivering one of his finest performances. Add a grand slam in his career. Of course now. He's got the chance to capture his second grand slam title at the french open. Become one of only three men to accomplish that in men's tennis history. Of course he still has one match to win that match going to be against to. Ct paths who reaches her his first grand slam final of his career. Earning a five-set victory over alex sierra of a fantastic day of tennis in the books of course we still got two more to go here at the twenty twenty one french open as our women's singles final takes place tomorrow are men's singles final takes place on sunday joining me on today's podcast to recap all of today's action preview. The women's final also offer our initial thoughts on that men's final as well. You know him as our do everything. Here act cracked rackets. Forefather of the forehand slice the only undefeated high school tennis coach in missouri state history. It's james foster. Mcdonald's jamie seven hours of tennis in the books how you feel in my friend Not as tired as an adult but Pretty tired pretty tired knocking lady. I got up early. I was jazz. I was energized for the day. It did disappoint. it was good as good. No the quality of tennis from start to finish. Even if it was indulge in about twenty minutes really those first two games immediately put to shame the entire quality of this year of c t poss- match. And i will argue to the dying day that that's your fear of ct post-match much like this fear of t match was better than the consensus seems to be surrounding at but the quality of joke vich even though noodle hadn't played his best tennis. This felt like the first time we've seen novak joke which his absolute peak in quite a bit of time. Maybe even in this entire season
Boban Marjanovic Is Your Favorite NBA Player's Favorite Player
"Sam borden you've just published this profile of boban mariano vich of the dallas mavericks and you titled it. Why bobin is your favorite players favorite player so after getting quality time with them. What's he actually like. You know pablo is funny. Like i've been fortunate to spend some time with a number of athletes with amazing personalities. Samborn is a global sports correspondent for espn zlatan. Ibrahimovic comes to mind. Martellus bennett comes to mind. But i have to be honest. I have never spent time with an athlete. Where i have come away feeling better about myself about the world about everything in general than the time that i spent with bovine on the bench i to speak with everybody in man of the people to be friendly giant. This is a guy that just positivity is like exploding out of him and that was what everybody that i had spoken to about him said. These has the loved this any player in the nba by his team's. Yes anybody about volvo. Like man dude you know. And after spending time with him myself it is one hundred percent true. This is a guy that basically lights up the world feel amazing. You know first time on. Tv throws it down town. The young
Big Government Cheese
"It's one thousand nine hundred seventy seven. Jimmy carter has announced his plan to help farmers and congress's like wait. No we also love the farmers and so they pass a law saying that they want the price of milk to go up automatically every six months. It's one thing for politicians to say we want the price of milk to go up but the government then actually has to figure out a way to step into this market and make it happen. So it's it's fundamental economics again dairy economist. any vodka. Vich you got two levers you can pull out and you can do something to make demand greater or you can do something to make supply less either one should get you a higher price lever one lower the supply. You could do what they do in canada and say hey no more milk. You can only produce so much milk but this is america. We don't do milk quotas. No lover one. Okay lever to more demand. You could try to convince the public that they want to drink. More milk in it looked delicious glass. Okay easier solution. Maybe the government could just start buying a ton of milk themselves. This was generally the approach that we would use to support other kinds of farm industries. The government would buy up say massive amounts of corn or wheat. And then just throw it into a silo until we needed it for some reason but that does not work for milk because milk starts going bad. The minute it comes out of the cow fell so mostly water so you got a holiday around in those. Like gas tankers. The federal government wouldn't have the foggiest idea what to do with tanker loads of milk. What would the government do if you drove this into downtown washington and said here you go so the clever folks that. Usda said what if we went down to supply chain one step ah-ha and looked at dairy products that are storable so the basic question was what kinds of milk products can the government by and store. Butter one nonfat dry milk and cheese and in particular Cheddar type cheese
Israel Under Attack: What You Need to Know
"Israel is under attack this week with more than a thousand rockets fired since sunday from gaza major israeli cities on high alert and the threat of further violence continuing across the country on tuesday at noon. Ajc jerusalem director avi tall labor vich and i twenty four news. Senior correspondent owen. Alterman spoke with age. Abc's jason isaacs to provide a frontline report on the evolving crisis. We thought that that conversation was so important that we would bring it to you now. Some of it has been eclipsed by events because it was recorded on tuesday at noon but the analysis from these experts remains extremely relevant here. Is that audio. Let's begin appetite. Let me start with you first. What is the current situation in. Israel and in gaza are the hamas and palestinian islamic jihad rocket attacks and incendiary balloon launchings continuing on what are their effects in israel. We are now exactly at twenty five hours after the initial rocket firing from gaza to jerusalem. Yesterday this actually was the opening called for wide attack. Launched by hamas slumming jihad is well and until now we are talking about more than five hundred rockets to different ranges that have been fired from gaza into israel. The target of these rockets are civilian areas. Take for example. The city of ashkelon. This is a city of one hundred. Fifty thousand people just four kilometers way from gaza. This city was focal point of attack. One barrage of rockets after another today from very early in the morning until now
"We're not just living in the post. Today we're living in an alternate universe post because today and those day we're bringing you sliding does tennis which is kind of ovarian concept isn't it should we. Should we trademark this in some way. Can we patent it. Let's if it's a success. I shower and then and then we'll get onto the patent lawyers wouldn't wouldn't gwyneth paltrow smith about that. She owns the rights to alternates. Alternate timelines well. My favorite my favorite genre of is counterfactual fiction. There's a book called idyllwild which imagines a world in the ninety s where needed jfk nor marilyn monroe died in the sixties and it sort of projecting into the future and imagining a world. That is entirely different. And it's cooled arms on on this spoiler for you or the listeners are highly recommend anyway and it's called idol ball because of course idyllwild. Anybody know this putting on spot here. This is a great little but if trivia idyllwild was the name. jfk airport before it became today airport. I don't know how. I read your david. Private could a medium sized book right. Yeah i take a long time to read books Well it's worth the effort. If you got in your hands in the middle of the night you know we as we did last week. We start off with david. Whitaker's review of what we're about to do podcast as he says it's a really good idea. Like i like counterfactual history. If hitler had gone ahead with the invasion of britain in nineteen forty not bottled it dot dot dot. What if lee harvey oswald missed etc. What if it hasn't rained in henman's semifinal with even vich so my daughter's very much understood the premise. If today's podcast and one of those three we're going to do yes. Thank you very much. David whitaker slash. Dad's fuel suggestions A little teaser of what's come where we are thinking of sort of moment tree seemingly incident significant at the time occurrences in tennis which may or may not have entirely altered the course of tennis history. david would you like to kick us off with the first sliding doors tense moment. Yeah would i'd like to imagine a world in which rafael on the dow was not left handed never decided to to play left hand. All just ended up playing left handed. And it's one of the. It's actually one of the things that i wanted to come back to for for quite a while probably a year and a half ever since we did our rounded out story. Podcast when we were we went deep into his his past and tried to just chronicled his career from it from a very young age and during that process we had been like many other outlets taken in by a the the myth it turns out that his uncle tony had decided that he should play handed in order to be more successful in in order to discomfit his opponents more and we talked about that on that podcast and turns out. That isn't what happened. And we at the time i mean. I think that that podcast got some some great feedback. People enjoyed it. But a number of nadal diehard said cop believe you're still going with this view that refunded. The uncalled decided. He should apply left-handed. I one day. Because that's not the case. So i've also one day i'd like to really look into that and find out what the situation was and when we came up with sliding doors tennis and i chose. This is one of my my selections Matt's produced the referee on the dow autobiography which contains the following passage. I've seen reports in the news media saying that. Tony forced me to play left handed and that he did this because it would make me harder to play against well. It's not true. It's the story of the newspapers have made up. The truth is that. I began playing when i was very small and because i wasn't strong enough to hit the ball over the net. I'd hold the racket with both hands on the four hundred as well as the back end then. One day my uncle said there are no professional players who play two hens. Strictly speaking true. Monica seles did right. Fabrice santoro did right But anyway there are no place press professional players who played two hens. And we're not going to be the first ones so you've got to change so i did. What came naturally to me was to play left-handed why i can't tell because i ride with my ryan tend when i play basketball gulf or doubts. That was the way sounds order. I play right handed to but in football i play with my left and my left foot is much stronger than my rights. People say this gives me an advantage on the double handed backhand and that may be right having more feeling more control and both hands than the majority of players has to work in my favorite especially on cross court shots where a little extra strength helps but this was definitely not something that tony in. A moment of genius thought up. It's dumb to imagine that he might have been out to force me to play in a way. That did not come naturally to me so pretty emphatic rejection of that. That story that we've all kind of taken as just conceived wisdom from over the years a couple things that he's often talked about by commentators is looking like he's got to four hands conventional forehands in in the way he's able to strike the bowl in terms of the the sheer muscular. Rt of his game the way he's able to put you on the back foot from both sides equally strongly and say and he's alluding to that in that analysis of whites useful for him to play. Left
Zverev, Paris and uncomfortable silence
"Hello and welcome to the tennis booker sporty from a slightly happy place than are lost. Tennis podcast the world is a slightly happier place because dogs are to return to the white house champ and major two german shepherds at one of them arrest key. The white house's i ever rescue dog momentus occasion. They will be. They will be moving in january. Happy days are in more than that. A reason. i mean that's enough on. Its own aside from everything else. What sort of history is there of dogs in the white house. Deny all up until two sixteen a beautiful illustrious history of of dogs in the white house the obamas had a couple of remember. Bill clinton had a think a black lab. Dogs in the white house is very much a thing or have been until until twenty. Sixteen that Bruce springsteen of course pointed out in one of his Bits of campaign materials but yet and major to two german shepherds. They look lovely and they are. They are very Welcome addition to well democracy. Yes that is the big news of the weekend. So yeah that's what's been happening in the world. How are you feeling. E still glued to see an matt you have. You filled the void in your life. Are you still following the as yet incomplete arizona. Count by the minute. no. I'm not actually i have. I have detach myself from cnn. Since saturday or sunday. I finally let go. I feel like. I've made of made some friends there though. I'll probably be checking in on them every now and again. Over the next four years. I think i really did admire their coverage and forecasting and it really did make me feel a lot more informed about the election than i've ever been had been before so yes i feel like i owe them some sort of commitment in the future but just it's been quite nice for the last twenty four hours to have let go because literally it on the entire time and it was fortunate because it meant i did see the moment that they called it. I think they were the first ones. And i know a lot of people that had it on for four straight days and then kind of miss the actual moment. My sister was complaining about that. But i i did have it on in the background. I fell asleep with cnn. On phychi consecutive nights and i dreamt about john king on both of those nights so that is the twilight zone vortex that while i was just sort of in the room with him while he was doing while he was doing his touchscreen analysis just sort of there and and part of it which was great great. I hope john king that you. You're having a lovely long sleep if you're listening which i'm sure you're very alicia. We've listened enough to him. Yes exactly it would only be polite now. Well let what's happening. There was also tennis unfolding in paris tournament. Won by in three sets yesterday in the final over alexander zverev. We are going to be talking about that and other significant results from paris. this week. We're going to be looking ahead to lince the final remaining tobita tournament of the year which is just getting underway as we record on monday and also the tournament in severe this week on the tool breaking news. Rough on adult did not enter. Qualifying in severe novak djokovic is the confirmed year end number one for six time but unfortunately we we have to start off with something that is sort of a bigger more significant story than than all of that and a very very unpleasant one we. We've covered it Briefly appear until now in our previous podcasts and as we said i think on thursday we were expecting this big interview done by ben rothenberg as it turns out in bracket magazine one of the publications that he contributes to not the new york times as we were expected but in in rocket magazine. A a big interview and account from olea sharapova. The former girlfriend of parents finalist alexander zverev who has made allegations of physical and emotional abuse against alexander zverev. The this was a very very indepth account that she gave ben rothenberg in racket magazine. They spent two hours together at a family. Friend's house in new jersey family friend of Of sharp over. I would urge you to read the piece so that you can hear her story feel self and make up your minds about how you feel about it but it certainly incredibly harrowing and saddening account. It's very very difficult to read. She details Allegations of abuse taking place at the twenty nineteen. Us open at the labor cup in one thousand nine hundred and live in a number of incidents she alleges at serves home in monaco. Over the course of that year. She doesn't go into detail about the end of their relationship. She said that's something she may or may not tell a delay date but she talks about having her head hit against the wall about being smothered with a pillow. She talks about taking making an attempt on her own life during this period. It's an incredibly distressing account. And it's one that has been put to alexander zverev over the course of the week in paris. He obviously released that instagram statement. A week ago at the time. That sharapova initially made the allegations on her instagram we. We read out verbs statements at the time but since this more detailed account from sharapova came out of his been been given the opportunity to to comment further on off his first round win over michigan. Catch mana vich in paris. He was. I think this was on wednesday. He was asked. I wanted to find out. How do you manage to stay focused with your tennis court with everything that you've been having to deal with off the court. He said very well. I'm here to play tennis. See now i've been doing well the last few weeks since the comeback of the season. I want to continue doing that as you said. There is oversee a little bit of things going on. There is some very good news. I think yeah. I'm happy to be here and playing tennis
"vich" Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast
"Can build things like using a home depot or lowe's right like we you know all of our designs leverage just simple stick bill instruction right like all of the the main framing members are two by two by act straight to by twelve typically for the sub floor to my six For the sidewalls and and two by twelve or or the roof rafters right and you know. Those systems are really versatile. Right like you can. You can choose different insulation materials right like you can upscale downscale the rv pretty easily and even even on a two by six Sidewall rightly you can amend installation by adding rigid foam to the exterior right. So if you're like in a in a in a pretty cold climate rightly there's another benefit to that in in that when you add When you add rigid foam to the exterior doing what's called creating a thermal break. It's like a lot of times. Actually hot and cold is actually transferred through the framing itself. Right if it's exposed to the air and when you add rigid foam to the exterior right. It's effectively adding a cousy tear to your house. Right come so like our our designs also enable that right and and yeah like you know we that that system really also just Is adaptable for whatever. The local requirements are and it would be easy for for any dwyer builder to plus that upper play. Nice mcvay well. Michael romanov edge. Thank you so much for sharing so much about dan outdoors and just love following your instagram account. Just really beautiful images Of of cabins that kind of provoke their thought provoking in a kind of dreamy. So thank you for doing what you do. Well thank thanks a lot for having us even and yeah. Thanks for spending time with these. Thank you so much to michael romano vich for being a guest on the show you can find the show notes including my favorite a frame photos that we talked about during the interview and links to outdoors and the resources that we talked about at the tiny house dot net slash one. Three five again. That's the tiny house dot net slash. One thirty five also. Don't forget to check out tiny house. Decisions at the any house dot net slash t. hd. This truly is the resource. That i wish i had when i started building my tiny house and i know that it will be insanely helpful to you as you plan and build your own tiny so again. There is a beautiful physical print edition available for a limited time. There's only a few copies left that is at the tiny house dot net slash t hd. Alright that's all for this week. I'm your host. Ethan waldman and i'll be back next week with another episode of the tiny house lifestyle podcast..
"vich" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"I just want to say my heart goes out to Ko vich. And then that crazy host Charlie read on MSNBC. She said that Trump was pretending to have Cove it so he could get out of the debate. Yeah, If Trump is the one who's been trying to get out of the debate. Ah, so and then, of course, the usual Hollywood hater Brigade Bette Midler, Patricia Our cat, Kathy Griffin, Rob Reiner. Michael Rapaport. You know they're They're tweeting about bleach. Uh, they're tweeting about things that aren't true, because Trump was joking about the blades and they're treating about Something. It was a hope. And basically saying he deserves and now it's one thing. If you know Hollywood celebrities But it's a whole other thing. If we're talking about the speaker of the house, right, or the minority leader, Nancy Pelosi comes out. And basically, uh, says that it's the president's fault. He brought it on himself for getting sick. And then she has this disclaimer that she always does. She says. I'm praying for him, all right, disingenuous. And so she's saying more than seven million Americans who have contracted the covert virus somehow are responsible for their own illness. I guess a woman who has breast cancer is responsible for the cancer. You had governor Ralph Northam. Virginia completely shut down. He's a doctor and the governor and he's a warm ask him and first lady and he contracted covert 19. No matter what you do, you may get it. You may not get it, no matter what happens, you may get the flu. Get the flu shot. You don't get the flu. But seemingly. They have special rules for Trump That would never apply the Nancy Pelosi or to Joe Biden or to Governor Ralph Northam or several other governors. Democrat and Republican and have contracted the virus. It's no one's fault if they get sick. It's no one's fault. He's doing everything he can. He's an essential worker. He's out there doing what he's going to do. And as I prayed to God, Joe Biden done get sick. But if he does, the coverage would be completely different. Now, before I let you go, James Hirsen of Newsmax, etcetera. Give me your thoughts on on justice. Or shall I say Judge Amy Cockney Barrett and what the Democrats are going to do to her and the senator McConnell came out a few hours ago and said All GOP senators need to be back and healthy on October 19th, which is what, Like 2.5 weeks from now we think they will be. But instead of saying Look This is good for the country to have a full Supreme Court, the Democrats say, Get ready. The electoral college packed the US Supreme Court pay people, not the work of government takeover of health care. Make Puerto Rico and Washington D. C and maybe the Solomon Islands states so that they want to fundamentally change the country. Give me your thoughts on Judge Barrett. Well, First of all, Judge Barrett is an exemplary judge. An amazing human being with an incredible story. You know, you just see the picture of her and her family of seven kids. Two kids adopted from Haiti and one special needs child and she's just amazing person and she court for Anthony Scalia. Her decisions are coherent, logical and she is, in fact, an originalist, which is exactly what we need. And we cannot off Ford bill to go into this election season, where Biden has hired hundreds of lawyers and have the potential on the uber constitutional crisis. For the Supreme Court is deciding the presidential election and they tie for four. We cannot afford that possibility. So we have to have a full court. We have to have nine justices, so there is no tie, and it's in the hands of two very powerful Republican senators. Lindsey Graham and Mitch McConnell. And so far they seem to be standing their ground Democrats. You're throwing every everything, everything. Now it's the coded technique. They say. Well, since the president come down with Covitz and some senators have come out down with Kobe, we must delay which is, of course, what they're going to do on everything. They're going to be filing. They're going to be having motions arcane rules. But Lindsey Graham all yes to do is what the appointed times they were done. We're taking a boat now and do it in the same thing with Mitch McConnell and they could get this thing done before the election, which must be done. You know, James Herson. I fundamentally love my country reform. Absolutely. We can always get a little bit better. But I don't live in a country where one party can pack the US Supreme Court. One party can admit Washington D, C and porter rate going on other Pacific Islands to the states because they're all going to be Democrats. I don't want to live in a country where one party packs the Senate packs. The House of Representatives packs the Supreme Court. Controls the presidency away. We go if they get away with that we're gonna have one party rule through the end of this century, and that's not good, and that's where we're headed. If the Democrats win, and we're headed toward one party rule, and it's kind of sad day, Kim John on the brutal dictator of North Korea has sent President Trump Good tidings and greetings, hoping for a fast recovery and 40% of Democrats want him dead. Now, that is sad..
"vich" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Ko vich. Yeah, but I mean, I think the thing we don't know is obviously we're heading into the winter months and as it gets colder, every expert says we don't know what's going to happen. So Yeah, right now I am surprised. I'm impressed. I should say and what they've done, but That's compared to college. But college is a different world. When you're in this community, you can interact more people 18 to 22 year old kid's mind you, though the athletes have done a great job across so many s'mores and not get themselves in bad situations by and large Take care of themselves, Take care the people around them. The NFL's different You can control that environment, less players. They're adults. They're going to their house. Sometimes a family. They're protecting each other. They're Azaz organization. They've done a great job. I thought they would have some more fits and starts and they had. But We are, like two weeks in. I mean, you just never know as well as we're progressing in this thing, But it has been a very good start on David in preseason, got money issues across the league, which which was surprising that time Yeah, I've said that The NFL players are the most responsible pro athletes out of everybody. Please. Please explain, sir. Why is that? Because the MBA players they're in the bubble so mean, you're in a bubble, So you just beat a code, But I thought you meant in life likes you. But you're traveling this out, okay? Yes, I'm just talking about because you have to be responsible to stay away from the round. You've got to be responsible for it in the MBA players there had the MBA is doing it for them. Yeah. I mean, that's right that the bubbles were set up for the embassy, the WNBA hockey. It's a little bit easier to get out there and golf. You could do some different stuff. Two. They've got you hooked up there. I would argue this don't Major league baseball. The most irresponsible you're there in those towns for three days. I know you're into that's a difficult situation. Fellas, if you want to get through the season, which they've made it now that they're almost there, But the beginning they had that kind of get slapped around like, Oh, we can't treat this totally normal. We can't go out to dinner every night after the game, or we can't do this. They had to go through those shots and take those shots. The nd NFL did not to your point. They really handled it pretty well. Early on major baseball again. It's a different setup. Different Syriza game to travelling town town way more complications, which requires way more responsibility. He took that very early on. It didn't start off, then started off very well. Didn't start off very well, well, coming up next. Some teams haven't started off very well. Will they pick themselves up in which to a No teams are not for real will discuss next on prime time here on ESPN radio. And Keyshawn J. Willing reaction and analysis of weak number three Monday morning, starting at six Eastern on ESPN Radio and on ESPN News. Diabetes,.
September 2020 - Mike Beauchamp - burst 5
"The theremin 30 podcast is supported by affiliate programs with eargasm earplugs eBay Reverb Stitcher and sounds when you follow these links and Banners on our website a portion of any purchases you make will help keep this show in The Ether. So start shopping at theremin 30. Com. This is Thurman 30 30 minutes of theremin music news events in interviews with a new episode about every 30 days. Now. Here's your home from Denver, Colorado USA Rick Reed. Hello and welcome to the 18th episode of the theremin 30 podcast. The only monthly theremin music podcast in the entire world at least until somebody convinces me. Otherwise in this September 2020 Edition. I've got new music from Brazil the UK and Japan and my special guest is Mike Beauchamp home designer of the therabox electronic musical instrument. Let's get started now with their Minister Alex messana vich with a wonderful track. He produced just a few months ago in his home studio Birmingham England off. This is called a rare request of geocentric heaven. Off off off off off. Off off off off off. Off off off off off. Jose Jose off off off off off off Thursday and Thursday bap bap bap bap off off off off off We started that set with music by Alex. Messana
"vich" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast
"Despite this, the judge continued to question Chris just to be confident he understood his crime and his punishment, the sheer gravity, a everything that stood before him. The judge decided that he did think Chris understood and proceeded to sentence. Chris was held with other juvenile criminals in prison. However, he was moved to the general population area after he turned twenty one years old. He currently resides in the thumb correctional facility in La- pure Michigan. The earliest possible date Chris could be released is in twenty thirty. However. His maximum discharged is April twenty, four, twenty, forty, two. No matter whether he is paroled or not. Christopher Dinka Vich will eventually be free from prison at fifty two years old. In Two Thousand Sixteen Chris contributed an article to the Marshall Project A nonprofit organization that offers online journalism, which covers criminal justice issues. His Essay was written in two thousand six and published a decade leader his writings are disturbingly eloquent. After being sentence.
Russian Tries to Hack Tesla
"Almost A. state-sponsored spy story we have something that really happened. And I tease this by quoting our friend Marcus hutchins twitter reaction upon learning of it just to remind everyone marcus is the well known security researcher and reformed cybercrime hacker. You know he actually reformed in his teenage years, but the FBI didn't forgive him for that and of course, as we know his future became uncertain when the FBI grabbed him. In Las Vegas is Logan Airport as he was departing or a preparing to depart for from the US for his home in the UK, following the annual black hat and DEFCON conferences. Well last Thursday. Reacting on twitter to the news of this story which had just broken marcus quite correctly observed he tweeted quote one of the benefits of cybercrime. Is Criminals don't have to expose themselves to unnecessary risk by conducting business in person. Flying into the US Jewish diction to have mel wear manually installed on a company's network is absolutely insane. Unquote. Okay. So what was all that about? A TWENTY-SEVEN-YEAR-OLD RUSSIAN NATIONAL By the name of or. Igla, rich. Crutch. Nikolov. Traveled to the US an attempted to subvert and bribe an employee working at Tesla corporations massive Nevada based gigafactory. Eager. Ultimately agreed to pay the employees one million dollars to plant malware inside Tesla's. Internal Network. The. Good news is the employees reported the offer. To his employer Tesla and then worked with the FBI to build an airtight case and to set up a sting which included having him covertly record face to face meetings. Discussing this, Russian the twenty-seven-year-old Russians proposal in their complaint which followed Egos, arrest and arraignment wit last Tuesday the prosecutors wrote. The purpose of the conspiracy was to recruit an employee of a company to Syrup Tissue, transmit malware provided by the CO conspirators into the company's computer system. EXFILTRATION data from the company's network and threatened to disclose the data online unless the company paid the CO conspirators ransom demand. The complaint said that the malware would be custom developed. Propagate through the company's network. For it to work the group said, it needed the employees to provide information about the employers, network authorizations and network procedures. Correct correct Yakubov said, the malware would be transmitted either by inserting a usb drive into a company computer or clicking on an email attachment containing malware. Ebor explained the infecting computer would have to run continuously for six to eight hours for the malware to move fully through the network. To distract network personnel, a first stage of the malware would perform a denial of service attack while a second stage performed the data exfiltration. When the complaint was initially unsealed last Tuesday the identities of all parties was still confidential being identified only as company A, and C H s one which is their abbreviation for confidential human source number one that is the employees. But last Thursday Elon Musk confirmed that yes. Indeed it was his company that was the target of this whole operation. The charging document with was filed in federal court in Nevada detailed and extensive end determined attempt to infect. Tesla's network the defendant again twenty-seven-year-old Eager E- Gore Vich. Crush Cov allegedly traveled from Russia to Nevada and then met with the unnamed employees on multiple occasions. When Eagles initial five hundred thousand dollar bid failed to clinch the deal. The defendant doubled the offer to one million dollars according to the complaint Crutch Kav wined and dined and boozed up the employees and when discussing especially sensitive details conducted conversations in cars. When FBI agents couldn't conduct physical surveillance in restaurants or bars, the employees recorded them. One meeting occurred on August seventh in a car crutch Cov had rented referring to the employees again as C. H. S. One, the prosecutors described that. Seventh meeting as follows they said during this meeting which the FBI had consensually recorded. Crutch Cov reiterated some of the details of the criminal activity previously proposed to. C.. H.. S. One. Credit Yakubov described the malware attack as he did before. Adding that the first part of the attack, a De dos would be successful for the group in quotes but the victim companies security officers would think the attack had failed. Crutch COBB A and here's some news again listed prior companies this group had targeted. Crutch. Cobb stated each of these targeted companies had a person working at those companies who installed malware on behalf of the group. To ease, C.. H. S ones concerns about getting caught. Crutch Cov claimed the oldest project the group had worked on took place three and a half years ago and the group's Co op de still worked for the company.
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Episode 2: Hanky Panky
"And you next thing you know there are literally eighty thousand. Bootleg copies of the Sean Dell's hanky-panky floating around the Pittsburgh area. Now, Tommy Jackson had no idea that any of this was going on until Metro Vich cold up to let him know the single as hot and take the Sean does come play live in the Pittsburgh Area Tommy said sure what he didn't mention was that he'd been Sollac for over a year so. You went to Pittsburgh on the down low and he started hanging around the clubs and such until he found a band, he liked called the raconteurs. Offered them the job as the new Sean shondells and they accepted it, and that's when Tommy Jackson became Tommy
Leon Trotsky assassination attempt - May 24, 1940
"APP on Apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast. This Day in history class is a production of iheartradio. Hey y'all I'm eaves and welcome to this day in History Class. A podcast for people who could never know enough about history today is may twenty fourth twenty twenty. The Day was may twenty fourth nineteen forty Mexican artists. W fosse GAYDOS and Stalinist agent. Gula Vich along with a crew of hitmen attempted to donate Leon Trotsky Trotsky was a Soviet revolutionary and Marxist threats who was a leading figure in the Bolshevik movement under Vladimir Lenin after Lennon died in nineteen twenty four and Joseph. Stalin rose to power in the Communist Party in Soviet Union Chomsky emerged. As one of Stalin's main critics and opponents Trotsky was against the increasingly bureaucratic Soviet state and called for more democracy in the Communist Party. He thought that the Stalinist policy of socialism and one country would hinder efforts for World Revolution in Nineteen Twenty Five. Trotsky was removed from his post in the war commissariat. The next year he was dropped from the Polit Bureau and in nineteen twenty seven he and his supporters were expelled from the Communist Party. In January of Nineteen Twenty eight Trotsky was exiled to a tie and Soviet Central Asia. He lived there for a year before he his wife and their son were expelled from the Soviet Union and sent to Turkey but he continued to write and criticize Stalin as well as people who had opposed Stalin but has settled for the regime. Trotsky settled on the Turkey island of principle where he stayed for four years. He completed his autobiography and his three volume history of the Russian revolution some of his supporters volunteer to serve as his bodyguards but in nineteen three Chomsky and his family were offered asylum in France soon enough. He was no longer welcome in France either and he moved to Norway then Mexico where he had been granted asylum skis settled in Koya con area of Mexico City at the Blue House the home of painter Diego Rivera and free to Carlo and he continued to write completing the revolution betrayed in one thousand nine hundred eighty six but in a series of trials in the late. Nineteen thirties many so-called old bolsheviks were found guilty of treason and imprisoned or executed many of the defendants confessed to having plotted with Trotsky to kill Stalin and other Soviet leaders Trotsky was found guilty of treason in absentia and sentenced to death on May twenty fourth. Nineteen forty Stalinist agent. Iosif Grigorovich
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov 2: The Tale of Tsar Saltan
"Nicolai Ski Korsakov wrote the flight of the Bumblebee for an opera called the tale of czar. Salt on actually. That's just the Reader's digest abridged version of the title. The full Monty is the legend of Czar Sultan of his son. The famous end mighty hero Prince Vida Sultana Vich and of the Beautiful Swan Princess and at that title weren't enough. The plot is one of the most complicated in all of opera them. And that's saying the tale of our salt on is based on the story by the Great Russian poet. Alexander Pushkin once upon a time. Three sisters sat around discussing what they would do if they were married to the czar. That's Russian for ruler of the country. The first sister said she would make a huge feast. The second sister said she would weave beautiful cloth and the third sister said she would. Bears are salt a strong braves. The was listening in on the conversation and promptly married the sister who said she'd bear him a son then he told the feasts sister she could be the Palace. Cook and the cloth sister that she could be the royal weaver. They were not amused pretty soon. The newly married Zarina or Mrs Czar was expecting a child but before the baby was born her husband had to go off to war after the czar left Arina had a baby boy known as the Czarevich or son of Czar. The CZARINA sent her husband a message saying that they'd had a beautiful healthy son but her jealous sisters substituted a different message saying that she'd given birth to a monster when he heard that the czar was very unhappy and sent back a message saying not to do anything until he got home but the sisters intercepted that message to and substituted one saying that the arena and her son should be put into a barrel and thrown into the sea because this is a fairy tale not only did they survive but the boy actually grew up hour by hour as the barrel tossed on the water when mother and son washed ashore on an island. The first thing is our did was saved the life of an enchanted swan the swan him by making a beautiful city appear and Prince V. Don as the Czarevich was now known became ruler of that city by now. You're probably saying I thought there was supposed to be a flying. Be Somewhere in this story so far. The only thing with wings has been an enchanted swan well to make a long story not quite as long. Some people who traveled through Prince Vidalia City told him about SARS saw Tun's kingdom and czar south on heard from those same travelers about the amazing place where Prince Don lived so each of them really wanted to visit the other Prince v known got their first with help from the enchanted swan who let him pay three visits in disguise. I as a mosquito them as a fly and then you guessed it as a B. When's our salt on got to visit the Prince? He was delighted to see his long lost son. And all the miraculous things inference Vidalia city there was a squirrel that old emerald nuts out of golden shells a band of thirty three nights that marched out of the ocean in shining armor and a princess. More beautiful than the sun with moonlight in her hair and starlight in her face Of course the princess was the enchanted swan freed from her spell and changed back to a human being naturally she and the Prince got married and lived happily ever after
A Complete List of Trump’s Pardons and Commutations
"Today. Donald Trump continued his full on assault. On the rule of law pardoning and commuting the sentences of several high profile criminals he notably included former Illinois governor. Rod Blagojevich was convicted of trying to sell Barack Obama's Senate seat vacated because he was elected president in exchange for campaign contributions. Begovic had served eight years of a fourteen year prison sentence. You may also remember the governor from the apprentice where he messed up the Harry Potter Challenge and got fired Donald Trump. We'll technically by the apprentice producers today the President Communities Sentence Response Members of the Illinois House Republican delegation released a saying quote. We're disappointed by the president's commutation of Robert Mugabe of federal sentence. Begovic is the face of public corruption in Illinois. And not once has he shown any remorse for his clear undocumented. Record of egregious crimes that undermined the trust placed in him by the voters. Nbc News Correspondent. Tom Winter reminds us are eating. A jury found him guilty of trying to extort the CEO of Children's Memorial Hospital for a donation in exchange for increasing the payments to doctors. Who took care of Specialty Care Kids? Oh but Donald Trump was not done there he also pardoned former New York police department. Commissioner Bernard Kerik pleaded guilty to eight felony charges including tax fraud and lying to White House officials. Carrick was nominated by George W Bush to be the Secretary of Homeland Security before withdrawing that nomination just a week later. The judge gave a longer sentence than agreed to the plea deal saying quote. I think the damage caused by Mr Carrick is in some ways. Immeasurable trump also pardoned bond. Trader Michael Milkin. So guy considered to be the face of insider trading in the nineteen eighty S. Milton was originally charged with ninety eight. Federal counts including racketeering. He pleaded guilty to six felony charges of securities fraud conspiracy. He was sentenced to ten years in prison. He also paid six hundred million dollars in fines and restitution at sentencing. The judge said quote when a man of your power in the financial world repeatedly conspires to violate and violate securities and tax laws in order to achieve more power and wealth for himself and his wealthy clients. A significant president prison term is required in order to deter others others receive clemency from trump today glued former San Francisco Forty niners owner Edward debartolo junior. Who pleaded guilty in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight two concealing an extortion attempt involving the governor of Louisiana David Savvy and the former Bush administration official who was sentenced to a year in prison for lying about his association with Jack? Abramov June grown the owner of a Mental Health Care Company. Who was serving a thirty five year prison sentence for running? A two hundred. Five million dollar Medicare fraud scheme to be clear. This is the president who spent the last six months arguing. He so pose corruption. He had to make sure. Ukrainian president was to by withholding credit grudgingly approved military aid unless you launch fake investigation into the Biden's and route around Kremlin source conspiracy theory tourist findings but somehow this group of liars an extortionist and swindlers is the group of people. Trump felt deserve clemency. Maybe it's just a coincidence. That trump is pardoning these felons as the sentencing yet. Another one of his criminal pals looms earlier today. Trump tweeted about the judge in the trial of his longtime friend and advisor. Roger Stone suggesting stone deserved a new trial. Not long after the judge ruled stone. Sentencing hearing we'll go on that's planned on Thursday. Although she did say Roger. Stone's sentence will not begin until after she rules on his request for a new trial. Trump's interference with the stone cases. Troubled the Federal Judges Association so much that they called an emergency meeting tomorrow to address it and joining me now. For more on the president's pardoning spree. Today's Walter Dellinger. He was formerly formerly the acting. Solicitor General and also the head of the office of Legal Counsel at the Department of Justice under president. Bill Clinton Mr Dellinger. What do these pardons say to you as somebody who worked in in at high levels in justice in the United States? Well I think the show that we're really at the at the end of being a country that believes in equal justice under law there was no process to see how these crimes and these sentences compared with others who remain in prison. It's the president's own whim when a president acts by Wim and says he did of the Goya Vich. I wanted wife on television that that is an assault on the rule of law. But it goes much deeper than that. This is part of a three pronged assault on low as we know it. It involves threats of criminal prosecution of political opponents. Those investigate you. It involves promises that the president will intervene on behalf of those who commit crimes on his behalf and it. The third leg of this assault is his attack on judges and jurors in cases in which he's involved there is there's a banana republic aspect to it as you said that if you're friends with the president or on his TV show you get a pardon no matter what you've done and if you cross him in any way you might end up being prosecuted and we know that William Bar doesn't seem to be opposed to doing that but they're also does seem to be kind of a sort of Ross statement of power that Donald Trump is saying that if you commit these particular kinds of crimes that are against the Public. Trust that our financial in nature that are about corruption when he himself was impeached for corruption. It almost as sort of I don't know it almost feels like a message about that too about the fact that he's saying no no. I'm going to use of dive into corruption and revel in it. That's a good point Jordan. He treats he treats very high status people as if they're high status is a mitigation of their crops. When in fact it is an exacerbation that makes him so much worse. When you're a privileged person take for example. The fact that he has intervened on behalf of someone who was this got to be the national security adviser and lied about an investigation not just any investigation an investigation into a foreign military powers intervention. Our election. He intervened on behalf of someone who has been a prominent associated with President. Said is Roger Stone Who who committed five categories of lies and engaged in what the first department memo said was a relentless multi year attempt to again and obstruct justice in terms of an investigation into the corruption and the election and then finally the sympathy for someone. Who had the Honora being governor of one of our largest states? And who is thoroughly corrupt? And who sold a position in the United States Senate? Now that's he treats those because high status people as mitigation of their crops. And would it surprise you if the after to the things that Donald Trump does as well when it surprised if he's setting up there's been a lot of questions about whether he might try to part himself like if he's ever found to have committed some crime and that would certainly make himself the biggest part of the mall. I think he would undoubtedly attempt to pardon himself and everyone around him. He certainly let it be known that if a if he's re-elected or or even in the period after he was defeated he is GonNa take care of Of of everyone he knows including himself. I think the courts would reject hisself pardon but you know no presents ever tried that before so we can't be sure and the way in which he he seems to revel in the fact that he could take someone like sheriff. Joe Arpaio a law enforcement officer who is targeting Latinos for harassment and using the power of the police deliberately against a minority group and he pardoned him of criminal contempt of court that the way in which he plays with this. I think Dolly Elliptic who some times on this show referred to the `constitutionalisation of narcissism is what we face in this country. Yeah IT DONALD. Trump wants credit of also doing first step back kinds of criminal justice reform. He wants credit for that. But but do you sense in the pardons that he's doing especially today that the real message here is his own power right that he's essentially saying if you're powerful and you're my friend that is actually how you get a justice not by being somebody who was falsely accused of a crime or got too long of a sentence for having marijuana or something like that. That's why there's absolutely the absolute absence of any sense that the people pardoned held they compared with the culpability and the sentences of the tens and tens of thousands who remain in federal prison. The idea that he can act on on Mir welcome. I think something we've never seen the president before you know. Some people are going to raise the a Bill Clinton's pardon of financier and fugitive Bark Rich. And that was the worst thing. Bill Clinton did in eight years and an office is unjustified pardon but Donald Trump is taking it to a very different level where he's using the levers of the of the power of his office in order to corrupt law threatening opponents rewarding those who would commit crimes on his behalf going after judges and jurors in. I don't know where we go from here. I think we two thousand former prosecutors not just signed a letter but perhaps to think about blocking the willing to be arrested blocking the entrance of the Justice Department out. You have to use your imagination where we go from here Walter Dellinger. Thank you very much really appreciate your time and joining me now. For more. On the president's pardoning Spree Matthew Miller former chief spokesperson for the Department of Justice who's down MSNBC Justice analyst and Betsy Woodruff Swan Politics reporter at the daily beast and she's also an MSNBC contributor. So let's talk about sort of where where he could go from here and where and what it means and I'll start with where he could go from here. Betsy because is there any reporting on how much more of this because it does appear that there is a pattern? Somebody is either you know his friend or was on the apprentice goes on Fox News and pleads for his help he immediately responds to his friends and gives them a pardon. Who's who might be next on the list. I spent the afternoon talking to people who identify or describe themselves as allies of Roger Stone and they said that they saw the spate of clemencies that came down today as very comforting to them. Because they believe it's a signal. The President is sending that Roger. Stone may be next in line for this type of executive action. I thought your use of the phrase Banana Republic was really interesting because a federal judge. Us that exact same phrase in a transcript that was recently released from a closed door hearing regarding the investigation. That's now closed into Andrew McCabe and the judge literally said that the fact that trump was tweeting about McCabe so often the fact that he appeared to be interfering in that process created the appearance of a Banana Republic. So the thing to keep an eye on both the president of course granting clemency to people who he views as his political allies in part because he sees them on Fox News and the inverse of that which is the president encouraging DOJ to weaponize itself against people who he sees as his foes. And I'm glad also that Mister Diligent Joe Arpaio because they're also sort of symbolic arden's of people who are hurting the People Donald Trump's base wants to see hurt.
Giuliani associate Parnas willing to testify in impeachment proceedings
"As associated of the president's lawyer Rudy. Giuliani is now directly implicating. Mr Trump in the Ukraine crane scandal. Our chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta. Joining US Jim Tonight. The president is team they are responding. That's right wolf and despite a growing number of photos and even video showing the two men together. President trump kept repeating himself over and over the dozen know Rudy. Giuliani associate left. The White House is attacking. Parner saying he cannot be trusted in the Oval Office. The president suggested party who has been indicted is simply trying to cut her better deal for himself in response to the president's comments an attorney for par just a short while ago tweeted out a video of his client with Mr Trump you over with the administration's alleged dirt for dollar scheme heading to trial in the Senate. The president is Sounding angry and firing back at left Parnis who is pointing the finger at Mr Trump in Ukraine. Scandal this president. What is your response to live partners? Who says your efforts? It's in Ukraine. Were all about twenty twenty. I don't know parse other than I guess they had pictures taken which do thousands of people that know nothing about him. He's trying they probably make a deal for president insisted. He's only posed for photos with the indicted associated. Rudy Giuliani. And nothing more. Mr Trump did not respond to parnassus claim that multiple officials in the administration knew about the alleged pressure campaign for information on Joe Biden telling CNN at one point to be quiet so when he says Mulvaney knew about the bold new about this quiet you just have to take a look at the pictures you just have to take a look at the polls. You see anybody's help. I don't need the help of a demand that I never met before I welcome him to say that even more every time. He says they'll show them another picture. He's lying he's lying in an interview with C. N. N.'s Anderson Kupa partners is offering to do more than just produce more photos standing with the president saying he's willing to testify on Capitol Hill. How you personally viewed it? This is about twenty twenty to help him get the next four years those away. Everybody viewed that I mean there was that was the most important thing for him to stay out for another four years and keep the fight going. I mean there was no other reason for doing it. President also maintained. He didn't know anything about a letter written by his personal attorney. Rudy Giuliani to the leader of Ukraine requesting. The meeting a letter that claim to have Mr Trump's consent I didn't know about a specific ladder. But if he wrote a letter wouldn't have been a big deal house speaker. Nancy Pelosi blasted Republicans. Who are resisting assistant? Calls from. Democrats to hear from witnesses like parties and former National Security Adviser John Bolton during Mr Trump's trial in the Senate fair afraid of the truth. They don't WanNa see documents connect. They don't want to hear from eye-witnesses President's defenders say parnes doesn't deserve the attention he's getting. This man lacks credibility one more piece of damaging information surfaced purpose as the federal watchdog. The Government Accountability Office found. The White House broke the law. In Withholding Aid Ukraine saying a statement faithful execution of the law does not permit. The the president is substitute is on policy priorities for those that Congress has enacted into law. And I've been here since the time of president four so I have never ever seen a report like this objective so strongly the actions of a president now. We also attempted to ask about former Ukrainian ambassador. Maria Vich and whether there was an effort to intimidate or or conduct surveillance on her but the president did not respond to those questions as age shouted at us to leave the Oval Office. At the moment. The President says he is still heading to the Global Economic Forum. Malvo's next week a trip that would take him far away from the impeachment trial that will be unfolding next week in the Senate at least temporarily president guests that the trial would go very quickly but as the White House snows and the president knows all too. Well there's no guarantee of that
Yovanovitch says she was unfairly targeted by allies of Trump which led to her firing
"Voinovich on of it the former. US Ambassador to Ukraine told lawmakers in the impeachment inquiry how she was unfairly targeted by allies of president trump and how that eventually led had to her. Firing president. Trump took aim at IANOVICH even as the public hearing was underway intelligence committee chairman. Adam Schiff asked her about a tweet by the president during the hearing. What would you like to respond to the president's attack that everywhere you went turned bad? I I mean I don't I don't think I have such powers not Mogadishu Somalia Somalia and not in other places. I actually think that Where I've served over the years I and others have demonstrably Made things better you know for the US as well as for the countries That I served in joining me now from Washington with more details. His Wall Street Journal reporter Byron Towel Byron. Tell us about that moment. We just heard where Uvarov vich responded more or less in real time to the president's criticism of her certainly very interesting. It was essentially you know the president and a witness in in his impeachment inquiry having a dialogue even though they essentially weren't in the same room and I think a lot of Democrats found her answer. Very compelling you know especially the part where she said that it's quite intimidating out that the president tweets that at his critics and you even saw the chairman. Adam Schiff suggests that that the president's tweet could be seen as witness tampering or witness intimidation and an attempt to derail the congressional probe before going public today. Uganda bitch had also testified behind. Closed Doors Byron. What else struck you about her appearance before Congress today we know I think she came across as a A career career public servant. She went out of her way to emphasize that she served presidents of both parties. She joined the Foreign Service during the Reagan administration. She's been appointed ambassador by both George W Bush in Barack Obama. She came across as sober she. She generally avoided waiting into the partisan controversy and and tried to stick to the facts but she also spoke from the heart quite often talking about her family. Escaping persecution in the Soviet Union Nazi Germany and and what serving America means to her and talking about what the personal impact of basically her removal as ambassador hat on her in her wife. We've now heard from three witnesses. Who testified publicly this week taken together? What kind of picture are we starting to see? Or what kind of picture they painting of what went on here here between the. US and Ukraine. Will they certainly raise a lot of questions about the direction of US Ukraine relations specifically who was managing it. We've we've now heard from three State Department officials who say essentially that there was this sort of outside channel outside influence on. US foreign policy that had a direct lines president trump and bypass the normal channels in the State Department. Democrats are pushing the notion that the president's actions around in Ukraine warrant his removal from office and Republicans essentially are saying nothing to see here. But in general we're seeing this portrait of Career State Department officials official's being very befuddled by the direction of the president trump decided to take US foreign policy. That's Wall Street. Journal reporter Byron Towel joining us from
Impeachment Hearings: Marie Yovanovitch Says She Felt Shocked and Devastated by Trumps Personal Attacks on Her
"Ambassador recalled by Donald Trump from Ukraine told impeachment investigators that she felt shocked and devastated by trump's uh-huh personal attacks on her and that she was amazed corrupt elements in Ukraine had found willing American partners to take her down with trump tweeting. Attacks Acts on her even as she spoke. Maria Vich became the third witness in public impeachment hearings investigating whether trump abused the powers of his office to serve serve his personal ends after a relatively hushed outing by two career Foreign Service officers yesterday. The hearing room today vibrated with dramatic and and personal testimony by Ivanovich a widely respected anti corruption advocate who has served six US administrations including four Republican in Presidents. A month and a half. After the State Department astor to extend have three year ambassadorship to Kiev for an additional year. Advantage testified died that she took a call from her superior at the State Department that abruptly terminated her overseas career in May ultimately he said the words that every every foreign service officer understands. The president has lost confidence in you. You've said that was a terrible thing to hear. After thirty three years of service Chris to our country it was terrible. You've said that the United States it helped Ukraine make headway against corruption in recent years but under trump the corrupt elements in Ukraine. Suddenly were empowered. To the extent that they succeeded in removing a most convenient figure When are anti corruption efforts got in the way of desire for profit or power Ukrainians who preferred to play by the old corrupt rules sought to remove me? She said what continues to amaze me is that they found Americans willing to partner with them and working together they apparently succeeded in orchestrating the removal of a US ambassador off how it felt to be personally attacked by the president. You've said the effect is intimidating. Chairman Adam Schiff replies. I want to let you know that some of us here take witness intimidation very very seriously.
Trump Attack on Envoy During Testimony Raises Charges of Witness Intimidation
"At is day two of public impeachment hearings on Capitol Hill. This morning has been dramatic today. So witness Marie Ivanovich the former. US Ambassador to Ukraine career. Foreign Service officer who was fired in April as the trump administration tried to get Ukraine to investigate president trump's political rival Joe Biden today. She told the House intelligence committee she was the victim of a smear campaign and as she was speaking president trump trump disparaged her tweeting that everywhere. Maria Vich went turned bad democratic chairman. Adam Schiff asked her to respond. I I mean I don't I don't think I have such powers not Mogadishu's Somali Miss Malaya not in other places. I actually think that Where I've served over over the years I and others have demonstrably Made things better
"vich" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Right after golick and wingo we'll talk with cup star anthony rizzo is the series with the braves rolls on white sox are in boston plus we'll talk some basketball koby white meets the media what will the bulls do sunday in free agency can they land up big time player at point guard kevin company ready a roll nine a._m. on e._s._p._n. one thousand or stream it live on the e._s._p._n. app dr avicii s._p._n. radio on the call sportscenter golic and wingo jason vich game one of the college world series finals went to michigan they homered in the seventh and eighth innings in route to a seven four win over vandy where the wolverines were two hundred to one long shot and one of the last four teams in the field they're seeking their first college world series title since nineteen sixty two in the n._b._a. we got to wars last night and fancy outfits the n._b._a. awards were finally announced after more than two months since the conclusion of the regular season janas onto the nigerian hardens bid for back-to-back m._v._p.'s becoming the first player in this decade to win m._v._p. gonesse fifteenth role in two thousand thirteen at ties steve nash for the lowest drafted and v._p. in the lottery era and earlier on monday the united states beat spain two to one to advance the quarterfinals at the women's world cup for the eight.
"vich" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Name is Lydia vich, and I'm writer Lydia wrote a memoir called the chronology of water. And it's about a different kind of failure the kind where you feel like a failure for not fitting in. I think failure is part of all of us. But yes, I think there's something deeper underneath that. Which is you're not fitting the stories out there that tell you how to be a person have an identity that's harder deeper feeling than just I'm embarrassed. It's a feeling of failure that some of us with time can work our way out of. But some of us just can't here's Lydia on the Ted stage. Somewhere in my early thirties. The dream of becoming a writer came right to my doorstep actually came to my mailbox in the form of a letter. That said I want a giant literary prize? For a short story written short story was about my life as a competitive swimmer and about my crappy home life and a little bit about how grief and loss can make you insane. Prize was a trip to New York City to meet big time editors agents and other authors. So kind of it was the one that be writers dream, right? You know what I did the day? The letter came to my house because I'm me I put the letter on my kitchen table. I poured myself a giant class of cut with ice and lime fat there in my underwear for an entire day just staring at the letter. I was thinking about all the ways I'd already screwed my life up who the hell was I to go to New York City and pretend to be a writer who has I I'll tell you. I was missed fit like legions of other children. I came from an abusive household that narrowly escaped with my life. I already had to epic we failed marriages underneath my belt. I flunked out of college. Not once but twice, and maybe even third time that I'm not going to tell you about. But the real reason I think I was a misfit that my daughter died the day she was born. And I hadn't figured out how to live with that story yet. So you see I'd miss fit into just about every category out their daughter wife,.
"vich" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
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"vich" Discussed on KTOK
"In April from nineteen Ninety-two. The jury acquitted four LAPD officers for the violence in videotaped beating of Rodney King Inza, thousands of primarily black and Latino citizens took to the streets overwhelming the police in doing more than a billion dollars in damage the seventh infantry division in the first marine division along with every federal law enforcement agency imaginable. We're called in to contain the violence now that was one city imagine riots like that in three or four cities while dozens of other cities host peaceful, but still massive and disruptive protests. That's how I imagine. This would go rage spreading verily? In the age of the smartphone. Occupy Wall street was the first clear example of this. And I think it was a portent of things to come in a matter of weeks more than six hundred communities in the United States hosted their own occupy rallies and camps. So imagine large chunks of multiple American cities, effectively rendered uncontrollable to the federal government government buildings ice headquarters and the like occupied and. Blockaded in the cities that host riots the army and the marines as well as the national guard are called in to restore order, or at least to attempt to do that. What if they can't? In two thousand thirteen protesters in Ukraine angry about policies introduced by controversial right wing, president Viktor Yanukovych organized in their nation's capital. Unico vich was an unspeakably wealthy out of touch who deliberately inflamed divisions between the rural and urban parts of his country and stole huge amounts of money from the tax payers the man had a private lake with a private boat restaurant in his private palace. All built with Griffin cash. Many modern liberals and leftists certainly look at Donald Trump is if he is that sort of man, the protests started in kids, independent square, otherwise known as the my Don, it's essentially like a giant protests in the national lawn or Wall Street at that kind of central location to the Ukrainian people, and these protesters basically picked a central chunk of valuable real estate in a place that the government couldn't ignore right in the middle of the capital now that my Don protests were normal example of St. activism until they weren't the police crackdown on protesters brutally and suddenly social media flooded with pictures of beaten and battered college students this prompted more people to take to the streets. Friends and family members of those activists who were livid at the violence done to their loved ones for days, the violence escalated, and the number of protesters grew the activists turned the my Don into a camp something like a temporary city within a city when happened in Kiev was not at that point. So very different from things we have experienced in the United States, Occupy Wall street and the standing rock protest. We're both examples of activists essentially seizing a crucial chunk of real estate and refusing to leave unlike those protests, the Madonna patient did not fizzle out the activists did not go home. They fought with the police and battled the federal government for several epic and bloody weeks until Finally President Yanukovych was forced to flee power in the country. The Ukrainians resisted the worst violence their state throw at them. It was not an easy task more than one hundred people died mostly to accommodation of police snipers and brutal hand to hand combat when I reported on the my Don revolution in two thousand and fourteen. I did not think that American activists would be capable of the same battery. I was at Occupy Wall street for a couple of nights back in two thousand eleven and at the time, I wrote it off as kind of a bust, but what I didn't see then because I was young and dumber was that all these links were being formed between different left wing organizations and activists I met people at standing rock five years later who started their activists careers at occupy in Bennett. Protests all over the country ever since they'd gotten good at organizing ended being organized with a long enough history of unrest and St. activism, a nation's people build up a sort of protest infrastructure that can sustain hardcore resistance to the state for longer and longer. Periods of time. Occupy Wall street was not good at sustaining itself. Standing rock did better. Those protests cost the state of North Dakota thirty. Thirty nine million dollars to suppress and cost the company building the pipeline as much as four point four billion. As time has gone on and political tensions. Have ratcheted up. The American people have grown more capable of resisting their government in the streets in an organized way. Now, assuming all this happens later in two thousand twenty this unrest would going on at the same time as the economy, it's metaphorical pants. Most economists agree that our nation is currently heading towards a pretty steep fiscal cliff. I'm going to quote from the Washington Post here more than a third of topic. And forecasters now predict a US recession in two thousand twenty according to the latest blue chip forecast and forty four percent to fund managers in the latest Bank of America, Merrill, Lynch survey, expect global growth to slow in the next year. The worst outlook for the world economy since November two thousand eight so let's say the economists are right. And that happens the economy's slides off a ledge into the sea. So in the middle of all these protests, all these murders all this theory. There are waves of layoffs and foreclosures not only does the greatest recession in a generation caused more more anger at Donald Trump and his fellow billionaires. But it freeze. Load of people up for St. activism. The recently laid off the victim, the desperate all flood the ranks of a left wing activist movement with enough experience organizers to make use of them now mass protests, and bloody riots have long been a part of American life. So far, none of these has ever sparked a civil war. It's kind of like how literal sparks don't always start. Fires. You need more than just a spark you need fuel to burn dry logs and sticks with plenty of tender or big rolling hills covered in dead grass in past bloody civil disturbances like the riots after Martin Luther King junior's murder, the Kent state shootings or the LA riots. There just wasn't enough fuel in the rest of the country for the fire to release spread modern American history is filled with examples of individuals who've tried to spark civil wars revolutions in this country. That was the stated goal of the Columbine shooters when they started their rampage. It was Tim McVeigh's goal when he bombed the Murrah building in Oklahoma City. Neither of those sparks Kat either. That's because the most critical ingredient for any hypothetical civil war the tender for this blazing. Inferno exists in the hearts and minds of the populace before a civil war can start before any of this could be real enough. People have to want to kill their countrymen. I don't know if we're there yet. But I think we're getting close in nineteen seventy two the national Opinion Research Center carried out a survey rating each region of the country based on what percentage of its population believed. Most people could be trusted in the old south the former confederate states that number ranged from between thirty and forty percent in the rest of the country. It was between fifty and seventy percent the national average was forty six point two percent. Now in two thousand twelve the same RC survey found very different results. Most regions in the nation were well under forty percent with the national average dropping from forty six point two percent to thirty two point four percent other surveys backup this settling trend up on our site. It could happen here. Pod dot com will showcase a graph charts. The results from several decades worth of pew survey. Questions from nineteen fifty eight to two thousand fifteen all asking whether or not respondents quote, trust the federal government to do. What is right just about always or most of the time that number peaked at nearly eighty percent of the population in nineteen sixty one by two thousand fifteen it had dropped to roughly twenty percent with some brief spikes during the Carter administration and immediately after September eleventh, the graph has shown a shockingly steady rate of decline. There's actually a huge amount of data that tracks the decline in trust among Americans toward their fellow Americans. Edelman a global communications marketing firm has run a trust barometer for several years. Now it marked a fourteen percent decline entrust of the US government from two thousand seventeen to two thousand eighteen trust in businesses NGOs in the media all suffered similarly steep declines, these are the sharpest drops Edelman has seen in its eighteen years of measuring trust. Here's Richard Edelman. Head of the firm quote. This is the first time that a massive drop entrust has not been linked to a pressing economic issue or catastrophe like Japan's two thousand eleven Fukushima nuclear disaster. In fact, it's the ultimate irony that it's happening at a time of prosperity with the stock market and unemployment rates in the US at record highs. Now, it's worth noting that this quote from Edelman came from a January two thousand eighteen Atlantic article back, then the economy was booming. It is currently somewhat less booming. And it's my opinion that were unlikely to trust each other more in the midst of the deep recession. Most economists say is coming now back in two thousand fourteen only twenty percent of California residents supported peaceful secession from the United States by January of two thousand seventeen thirty three percent of California's support. It's the session. This poll was talking about peaceful secession, of course, Californians aren't champing at the bit to take up arms against the union. But the numbers are still compelling only sixty percent of California Republicans were against the idea of a peaceful secession data from the other states supports this simple. Fact, more Americans in more states now support secession than at any point within the lifetime of anyone listening to this podcast nationwide. Twenty two percent of Americans support their states seceding one way to look at this is that seventy eight percent of Americans don't want to secede. But it's worth noting that back when the whole revolutionary war thing kicked off most people in the colonies did not support seceding from Great Britain, or at least not openly. Now, obviously Gallup weren't doing surveys back then people still drink mercury to cure their colts statistics were not anyone's back in. Nineteen seventy six, but historians have spent a lot of time trying to figure out precisely how many people in the thirteen colonies supported independence most estimates. You'll find suggests that about a third of colonists were loyal to the crown. A third were fence sitters who didn't really land on either side of the issue and only third of early Americans actively supported the revolution. So if that's the threshold thirty three percent, well, then the twenty two percents of Americans who currently supports the session is a little bit more worrying, and it gets worrying her because this increased support for the idea of secession has occurred alongside something darker more Americans hate their fellow Americans now than at any point in living memory I'd like to quote from two thousand sixteen Pew Research Center report on partisanship. In political animosity quote for the first time in surveys, dating back to nineteen Ninety-two majorities in both parties expressed not just unfavourable, but very unfavorable views of the other party and today sizable shares of both Democrats and Republicans say the other party, stirs feelings of not just frustration, but fear and anger more than half of Democrats. Fifty five percent say the Republican party makes them afraid while forty nine percent of Republicans say the same about the Democratic Party. Among those highly engaged in politics. Those who say they vote regularly and either volunteer for or donate to campaigns. Fully seventy percent of Democrats. Sixty two percent of Republicans say they are afraid. Of the other party. We don't we don't..
"vich" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"That's fine. It was your best show. David, okay. I've got many better. Nyamira soccer. Got revenge on KiKi Medina vich, which was from Dubai wasn't the other week. And so a soccer place Cullen's next. She seems happy didn't she Asarco? Now. She's got a coaching situation salted with Jemaine Jenkins. And she just looks. Yeah. In a good place again. Nice to see somebody. I was in the hotel restaurant than I am in a way that Americans day, some some platelets here on a conference struck up conversation with me, and you know, you've sort of passing interested tennis, very much new name soccer balls and everything, but he sort of said, oh, we she bit of a sort of emotional train wreck as she like, no does she have the goods mentally to be well number one. And I I was a bit tired. I take to get you in big time. She's just it was a haunt this leave in life stuff sometimes lives, really good other times that you figuring out. Well, the board and she's won the last two slams. Yeah. Off. I pretty much did say that. Bronx. So she's through to the next round comes next hundred counter is out. She lost to KiKi buttons that I played well really played well twelve ten she lost the first set tiebreak. It was a thriller that I it was on stadium too. And that's the our our Prometheus GD that she sort of inside stadium t. And the crabs alum great matches around on on that tonight stadium. Three had. Dennis Chiappa valve finally playing playing good ball again as Nick would say he really did look good the business again again Steve Johnson, and he now plays marriage tillage. Doesn't that a little bit like the running of saga from the first four years of the tennis podcast? Mike getting good and again. Learning lessons. We're going to be used as like he's making a believer out of me again about two years time..
"vich" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
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"vich" Discussed on KOMO
"Seven good morning mates. Eight thirty one the comb morning news sunshine in downtown Seattle. It's twenty two degrees right now. Greg is on vacation MandA factor. Here are the top stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center. President Trump in his state of the union last night again called on congress to approve construction of his long promised border wall. Ten th district democrat congressman Denny heck said he appreciated the tone of unity from the president. But says Trump spent too much time talking about immigration and the wall was defining issue. I think you'd be hard pressed to find. Many Americans who believed that the aggression while a serious problem that needs to be dealt with drug defining issue of our time Republican congressman, Dan Newhouse, disagrees and tells KOMO the immigration issue is about much more than just the wall. We have a large population of young people who were brought here is very young children, the DACA eligible folks that we're trying very hard desperately are to find a workable solution for them as well just nine days until the February fifteenth deadline for a deal on border security, a joint terrorism task forces investigating online death threats against sheriff Ozzie, Knesset and other local law enforcement officials who said they won't eat for sedition if sixteen thirty nine details from komo's Carleen Johnson. Sixteen thirty nine is the initiative the bans people under the age of twenty one from purchasing semi automatic weapons and requires safe storage of guns several law enforcement officers have come up publicly in opposition. And now these threats posted on Facebook. Someone saw the been called authorities. This is. Sheriff Ozzie Canessa vich Susan called crime. Check from accounting defies that they'd seen these these posts and stated that I apparently our number one on his list he wants to put a bullet in my brain. Investigators said they found more post referencing sixteen thirty nine stating sheriffs that are noncompliant will be shot he identifies himself as a Marxist. And it's ironic.
"vich" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"But he never told anyone and because he he went tell people because he was afraid it would get back to his dad as dad would kill him. So this lie just grew bigger and bigger and bigger because he was terrified. Of course, he ate Halloween candy. But he never told people that because he was terrified of what Marv would do if he found out. So Todd was too young. At the time to understand that the lot that a lie is nine object at rest a lie is liquid that uses everywhere first round the neighborhood, and then onto the pages of a local newspaper and into every mailbox receives Sports Illustrated. He says now I had no idea what a freak show. They would make the whole diet thing. But he felt that he had no choice. So it all sort of starts with that. And his it tells the whole story of Marv. His dad was a coach who was a pro probably a pretty good coach, but was probably, you know, mentally ill and violent and drank and did things. It's really an interesting piece. And then so you get all the stuff about Marvin. How he grew up. You know, we it's sort of like all the stuff we always talk about child stars. They never really have a childhood and kind of fucks him up later in life way chance. Yeah. So marina vich was absolutely cuddled. And this also tells the story about his sister who has to take care of his father now Maher who now has dementia and doesn't understand anything that's going on. But she doesn't want to. But she says this my brother can't do this because he can't wait in line at the social security office. He's been called his whole life. He doesn't know how to do these things. Fuck so coddled is funny. It says coddled that's a word. You don't often hear about Todd more innovates because the story is all about how Todd worked so hard. But in reality. You have to see what Tracy saw that's his sister taught.
"vich" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Tearing shit up for. I saw its movie it was awesome, man. But I enjoyed dragging ballsy growing up and was able to watch some of the the new episodes that came out and seeing this movie. I was like, wow. This is everything. Vich and long history dragging ballsy, and you know, with a lot to try to catch up on. No. I mean, you really gotta sit down and be like, okay. This is everybody's connected. And this is what's what is what all these colors. And all this crazy homework for you went kinda watch it to kinda get it. You know? It's definitely cool. If you suffer from seizures, you will catch one watching this. Because it's crazy. Not such a dragon ball z fan, man. Oh, yeah. No. I love that stuff. Made I fell off a little while ago. Because got got really repetitive. But the guy who created back on back on it again and his picking up where he left off. And it's kind of rewriting some of this stuff that was cannon before. And it's cool to see how he's kind of redoing it. And what he's keeping what he's stolen away house. Introducing new people. So it was kind of cool. Yeah. You see somebody has pink hats Masiello here. You gotta that that needs to be explained. Finding one of them. Just went blonde all of a sudden. I mean, I don't think Dede Mazda job explaining this. Why this movie particular such a big deal was being so with the old movies? They're not canonical to any of the television series cool characters they were just considered one offs nothing. Much to it. This is a fan favorite character. I fucking hate this character in the old movie. But this is a fan favorite character. And they're finally putting it into the cannon. So they can build off that story build off the world and a lot of world building. It's like a badge if. Imagine if mouth imagine if miles morale is never had any sort of connection tomorrow will they like made one comic strip him, and then just kind of left him off. And then they were like, hey, you know, what we're bringing it back into the mainstream tying him into the stories. It's kind of like, you know, it was a lot to to it was a lot to process because like when when they say they're going to earth, I'm expecting to see earth. I didn't know I was going to see their earth. I wanted with fighting. Yeah. Gonna see earth other see my house, you know, something. But but then it opens up there. That's why. That's why I walked in and they got to earth, and they will beach, and if that's okay cool on the beaches. Let's like my planet, and then this bucking cat came up and blew man up. People fighting each other rest of like it was it was a alien world. But I respect that. Because I thought you know, what this is kind of cool have they how they have their they've built their own universe. You know, what I'm saying very much it's universe..
"vich" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Here's our top story. The department of public safety says a Scottsdale man who was texting behind the wheel. We'll be charged with manslaughter in last night's death of assault river police officer APS director Frank mills dead joined KTAR's Bruce St James and Pamela Hughes and says forty year old jury sandstone told detectives he was texting behind the wheel seconds before striking Salt River officer Clayton Townsend who is outside of his patrol car during a traffic stop on the one on one on the east valley despite repeated attempts in the legislature. There's no statewide law banning texting and driving Zona as the legislature comes into session. And they look at that. I'm sure that that will come up again. And we'll see if that law gets passed Saul river officer leaves behind a wife and a ten month old child. Jim cross KTAR news Maricopa County. Sheriff Paul Penzone tells Arizona's morning news that the entire law enforcement community is feeling the impact of the officers death. It's always top of mind for us. So we were PD is actually really close to my wife, and I live so Iraqi withdrawal. Yeah. They do a good job there. They're either re people, and they feel this impact the Salt River officer leaves behind a wife and ten month old child. Phoenix police have served a warrant for DNA testing at hacienda healthcare where a woman in a vegetative state became pregnant giving birth just after Christmas the police order asks for DNA testing for male staffers at a into healthcare a move the facility welcomes in a statements indicating a are San says, they'll do everything they can to cooperate with police in this quote, deeply disturbing an unprecedented situation, the San Carlos tribe confirms she is a member of their community in a statement obtained by our partners ABC fifteen the tribe alleges it was a caregiver who took advantage of the woman. The twenty nine year old has been in a vegetative state for more than a decade following a near drowning incident. Martha our KTAR news, San Carlos tribe has identified the woman, but KTAR does not name victims of sexual abuse without their consent. Arizona attorney general Mark Burnett pitches. Filing, a lawsuit against Mercedes-Benz burnin vich claims.
"vich" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"On this night. Funnily enough. I don't remember with Jack and. John didn't matter the tonight show finished people going out looking for exits who came through the doors, they weren't supposed to and some of those people who did that saw an elevator door that was being held open by a page, and they got in and they that was supposed to be the star elevator. And they were supposed to get six others. But they got in there and Jack smartly dressed in his belted Burberry. Said to me, are you going home? And I said. And he got in that elevator. So I got in with him. I think it was seven comments were made to him to Jack. Benny Jack Benny by the the Hoi nail Vader. Are you still cheap Mr. banning? It's mile such a lovely nicest man in show business ever, you know, sort of the opposite of Danny Kaye. That's not a real name. I just. Seventy s do you drive the Maxwell and? Could see them. Please let this elevator get to the bottom. You this guy? Living in a boxer Monday, your house garden, your money or. You don't pay Rochester. They got them all and you can only tell us to an audience of age. We get to the bottom. They rush out to tell their friends. And we step out in. I say, Mr. Benny. Do you get a little tired of after all these years that same old ones in this lovely, man? Put his hand on my shoulder. He said, you know, kid sometimes you just wanna tell them to go fuck themselves. I never get tired of hearing it. Man, dick will you come back sometime again. And and and play with us more in minutes from now there's so much. Of course, remind me to tell you that we didn't get to. Yeah. Nattering the greatest co incidents, and they're kinda spooky in my life. But just about anybody's. Okay. Have me back for that. Wiz plenty to ask you about, but we'll plug the shows plea people can go to if you're lucky enough to be visiting the library of congress. They can see all of them. But. It's an honor. Isn't it s it is? But in the meantime, they can go to YouTube, and I'm going to tell them to watch the Orson Welles interview of George Harrison interview, the wonderful. You know, what's great is the one you did with Frank Capra, Robert Altman, Donna vich and Mel Brooks movie make a real tree a real treat capital about what a bomb his great movie Shangrila you love loss to Risa right asked him about it. Yeah. That was the guy who was out of the toilet. Capra had gone into beer. Whatever guy Charlie Chan thing, they're showing in. Find those episodes because they're they're terrific and come back, and we'll ask you a lot more nothing as ear. Mazarin Franken, I have often referred to you as the self interview. Well, don't stay home next time. Bay said today, you have Cava tonight. I said, yes, she said he'll be easy. Yeah. I wonder why that is I am busy. I get. You're the automatic interview feel confident that I'm going to be on my way to the thing. You still have those exiled dreams about about showing up, and you don't have the card your lines that I had a killer about five Dale. Was out somewhere and country and doing a musical of Cyrano, which we had done at Yale. And I got there and I got into the wings. And I realized jeez, that's. I haven't looked at this script in twenty five still having forty years. I don't know one of my lines. It is my scenes coming. Olivier. I asked him if he got dream, the classic actress dream. Yeah, we try to grab a script. And maybe learn a couple lines. And oh on you're sweating. He said, oh, dear boy. I I come make my entrance and I get to the door. And I realize I don't know where I am in what play and then I opened the door. And I think Pepsi it'll come to me and then. There are two more doors, and I take one and it's not it. And I take another one, and it's I can hear the actors out there on stage doing the scene at living. And I can't get them. And Jones says I wake up screaming. Well. Well, good company there. How could he be sure?.
"vich" Discussed on KGO 810
"Vich and Sarah lacy discussing women in the workplace. Now back to our program. Well, let's let's define I what we mean by microaggressions. So everyone's on the same page about it there. The types of just as you said small moments, I believe in most cases, come out of a space of lack of awareness and understanding more than intentional actions of of power imbalance or disempowerment, but they are things like being being talked over having your work credited to someone else having to credential yourself and show proof of your expertise being being confused for someone more junior for someone in a support role. When you're in a in a leading role all of these little moments that I see a lot of nodding around the room, we see experiencing, and what we see consistently is just as you noted women site that happening more frequently women of color cited even more frequently more senior. Women site, it even more women in technical roles cited even more lesbian, women, even more. The more different. You are than the white male. The more you experience this over and over again. And the reason it matters so much is it it consumes your time and energy. It undermines your self confidence. And we see twice twice as frequently women who site experiencing these things often in the workplace think about leaving and in particular, not leaving to drop out in the public area leaving to do their own thing leaving to found their own company where the money is not waiting for them. As much as it should be. Right. And so the important thing here, though, is I truly believe that most of this is not intentional. And that what's required is just as you said, the transparency and the conversation, and what most people describe as I don't have the tools to have that conversation. The average manager when asked do you are you committed to gender diversity? Yes. Do you know what to do to help drive it no idea, and you think about the moments and make sense because somebody, you know, this happened to me I was on stage once presenting and my co presenter, man. A man I was mid sentenced the research interrupts me to start explaining why the tech industry was going to solve all this by being a new generation of companies that were so much better about gender. And then and then turned to me and said could you get me some water? And I'm literally on stage, and I thought. So I could be like well, actually what I did was. I went. And I didn't and someone ran from the side and brought him water. But you do you want to make that a teachable moment? Absolutely. Did I on stage just to make it a teachable moment? No. And think about that in the context of the average company environment. Do you call someone out you need to call them out? Because if you don't it looks like, it's okay. But if you do what's the dynamic you've now created in the room is everybody prepared for that dynamic and have the skills to address I feel like I call it out sixty percent of the time and the world's biggest buzzkill. I mean, it's like it is impossible to call. It hundred percent of the time. I think especially as a young women women are young woman of color or a young lesbian woman in a company that is already facing all of that pressure to be cool and be one of the guys and not be a buzzkill. Like, how would you for young mentor came to you? How would you tell her the truth is I would say pick your battles? That is true. I mean, pragmatically speaking, I would say you can't let it happen. Every time you've got to pick the moments when it matters, right? And to find your power in that moment in a constructive way. Because all of those things you're saying, you're true. You know, you do it in public too often. It does have a ramification. You don't do it. It has ramification on you, right? By the way, it has ramifications on the other penetrated person who doesn't ever get the benefit of understanding. Right. And because five or six points of understanding maybe enough for that person to change their behavior with the next. Sort of diverse personnel encounter in diverse situations. So a so look if if a young woman came to me or a person of color, I would say I'd say, yeah, you've got to find your moment. I would say pick your moments. I would say practice practice practice practice. Yeah. Honestly, we talked about tools. I be like go have a conversation. Like have this conversation five times with your best friend, or you know, or something or an issue trust practice. So when you say, you don't cry. That's what I would be like 'cause I remember myself. I'd like oh my God. Let me ask me tell my boss or somebody who was a peer who did something that? I I think you I mean, it is true that there Mike regressions. It is true that it's draining. It's also true that if you don't, and we don't take those moments nothing ever changes does take courage, but it also takes demystifying it. I'm telling you, we have to demystify giving people feedback, and it's really freaking hard who wants to be the person giving. Colleague feedback. Right. I mean, yes. So it's not easy. And we tend to mystify it. And I think we have no choice, but to do that. Let me add one to that. Which is rally the people around you. It is so much easier to be the third. That's a great point. Yeah. Observe the moment and say can I take time out here? Or what what I've often seen is when we'll say. Oh, yeah. Good point. You mean the one that she just made? There artful ways to do that. You don't always leave it in particular to the woman in the moment thing, I think always be her own champion because your point it is exhausting and in particular men, but anyone at the table observing these things if we have our radar up, we can all be the champion. Yeah. And we point on my community chairman mom, it's basically a platform subscription-based. No trolls. Nobody's where women can ask advice on the hardest problems. They face and this comes up all the time because every woman in a job in America is dealing with some version of this. And a lot of the vice has been, you know, jump in and defend someone else, you know, before it's happens to you or. But I think another one is like pull the person out of the room and have a one on one conversation with it, which makes a lot of sense. Because a lot of times if you bring it up in the moment in a meeting, your then there's this compound of you've embarrassed that person in front of everyone else. And if it is unintentional, and this is one of the people who is like hashtag feminist and their Twitter bio, it's like, then they're upset and their triggered. And there are embarrassed. Whereas it's like if you take them aside and have at one on one. It's like there's there's a couple tactics for for being able to have a better outcome, but it is an exhausting. It's an exhausting tax for me as a white woman. I can't imagine what it must feel like as a woman of color. Yes. By the way. About myself. I it is if I am a woman of color in case you haven't noticed. But in the Silicon Valley definition, I'm actually not a woman of color because Asian women generally have more opportunity. Right. So so I say more empathetic Louis because I do think my experience is different than people of color or Spanish graphic American. Right. So there's a lot in this study that particularly for I network really caught their attention about being the only we focus so much on having. Let's get a woman on the board. Let's get a woman on the C suite. And a lot of what I think was really groundbreaking in. The study was how you looked at what being that only person wise, and this is something I've looked at a lot of research on because you know, every time I talk to a corporate group about these issues. There's always young women who want to bring up like caddy women and Queen being at companies, and there's a lot of data that shows that that happens when there's one woman at the. Cease. We win. It's when it's been telegraphed woman that one woman will have a slot to the top at this company. And then it turns it into kind of a hunger game situation. But and so I always pull back and look at the trauma that woman like, and let's all like just be friends and get together. And look at the system we're all in. But you guys really took that that experience of being the only in some areas that I haven't seen research. Both in terms of how much more threatening women become when they're the only and how much more they experience a couple things. I want to read for those of you who don't have the steady or may not have looked at it. This is actually about women experiencing sexual harassment. Fifty five percent of women in senior leadership. Forty eight percent of lesbian women. Forty eight percent of women in technical fields report they've been sexually harassed all. Those three groups are higher than the norm. Because those are women that stand out and aren't playing the role. They're supposed to be playing in society, a common thread that connects these groups researchers found that women who do not conform to traditional feminine expectations. In this case by holding thority, not being heterosexual and working in fields dominated by men are more often the targets of sexual harassment and more to the point of only. Over eighty percent. Over eighty percent are on the on the receiving and a microaggressions compared to sixty four percent of women as a whole they're more likely to have their abilities challenge to be subject to unprofessional and demeaning remarks to feel like they cannot talk about their personal lives at work, most notably onlys are almost twice as likely to have been sexually harassed at some point in their careers. And what I find fascinating about. This is it it speaks to something more insidious than unconscious bias, I think of unconscious bias as frequently saying, you know, in my weird, lizard brain. I don't think this young this young African American woman is the kind of person who looks like a central casting founder dropout that I should find. So let's let her prove it. And then she goes in proves herself. She gets to those highest levels. And then she experiences more sexism as a result of having proved. Herself. I'd love for you to talk a little bit about, you know, where this frankly to me reading this data get scarier for women. What is suggest to me is how critical the imperative is to keep pushing for way more change way more quickly. Because so many companies I believe are saying, hey, we got a woman into the C suite. Oh, we we know one who's a CEO. We're we're good. And they're they're missing. This entire fact that there is a cost to trying to represent fifty percent of the human population. When you are the only one sitting at the table, it's an unbelievable burden to put on any woman. And you take an African American woman a Hispanic woman and ask them to do the same even more so for not only their gender but their entire race. And we know from research that you are judged your comments are judged and taken in the context, not just of you as an individual who has a point of view as a business leader. But as a. Whole category. So you suddenly represent in your choices that you're making whether you defend someone or you don't defend someone you stand up for the woman an advocate who's the next one on the path that's being discussed in the room or you don't. That's interesting. She didn't do it. Oh, she did. Because it's about gender. I mean, this whole context of judgement that comes around your choices and the decisions you're trying to make suddenly become far more loaded. And that's what women describing their in this experience. They describe the sensation feeling on guard. They described the sense that they're trying to represent an entire body. And it's an unbelievably an unbearable task. And I do think it it forces you to at the same time conform and show a breadth of diversity that is impossible for one single individual any individual to try and bring to the table every day in every moment. And I think that that butts up against then is a whole set of. Norms at other people around that table will have in their head about what you should. Or shouldn't be doing what you should or shouldn't be saying and judgments they're bringing right that I think are more likely than to put you in the line of fire for everything from micro aggressions to the over and intentional form of sexual harassment. Right. So what are your thoughts on? This is a woman who's had a stellar career in Silicon Valley as you've been more successful. Have you experienced things that you didn't when you were younger..