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How the Royals Are Moving On
"Been a very busy week for the royal family and it feels like you might hear me say this later on in the show but the thought of the day for me the dust is finally finally settling on Harry Megan's departure from rural Giusti's and Beginning that new life in Canada. We've heard very little from the couple this this week last week. We spoke a lot about the legal letter that the couple issued when patsy had harassed them ounce on Vancouver Island this this week it seems like things finally getting a little quieter and ultimately that is exactly what they want I think that they will remain like that full. Oh the days and weeks to come visit the happy and other stories taking up the headlines this week which will be getting into in the show. Little later Ron Prince. Andrew has continued according to reports to avoid questioning by the F. B. I.. Are we talking about that with our guest this week. we've also had the Cambridge's Prince Charles and the Duchess of cone will out at Holocaust. Memorial events will be talking about the meaning of that and why it's so important member of the royal family to be involved in such important occasions and of course we have Had Cambridge's out separately and together this week the Duchess of Cambridge continued her big push on her five big question survey across the UK. This is what she launched last week. aim to spark conversation about raising the next generation of children. It's all very much part of her early early years Childhood Development Work that she's involved with She was a school in London this week kindergarten. I believe where she visited visited. Children under the age of five years old to help serve their school meals as she actually helps in the kitchen preparing all of the lunches that we're brought out and it's always. I think it's always great to see kate around children. I think it's a time when sets in the I remember in the early days of hurting engagement agents. She was always very nervous when it came to public speaking. And perhaps a little shyer on some of the engagements around other adults or officials and it was always around children that we would see her really come out of her shell and while she has grown in confidence now I think that's it's always going to be where she's at home comfortable and it makes sense why she has chosen to focus their so famously on charter developments. And we'll see more engagements from her in the weeks to come to conduct Cambridge also heading off to Wales in the U K next Tuesday to visit organizations and businesses at the heart of local communities. There I would say that this type of day out is very much a traditional title Royal Away Day it is the visiting community centers. It is the cutting ribbons. It is the wet Wednesdays in random parts. What's that the UK that rules are best known for and I think it will be a day of four or five engagements. Some of those are embargoed so I went into into them now but I think it's whilst may be quiet now on the Sussex's side of things we are. Seeing the members of the family Really stepped forward. It and I guess work on an even bigger stage. It'll be interesting to see how this will work out when the Sussex is back at work look I think that whether people want it or not the tabloids are going to pit them against each other and it's going to be a constant conversation Asian about who's over shattering who. I think there was something this week. A couple mealy posted something on instagram and will already accused. I Buy Purchase tabloid for somehow thwarting attempts by other members of the royal family to get their work out. There it's all part of the silliness and stupidity that it goes on here but I would like to shift gears for a second and bring on my guest for this week. Julius Redon is an editor at the Australian Australian women's weekly she's all several correspondent and author including a book that I will talk to you about shortly. We've gotten to know each other. Haven't we me Julius over the years through royal tolls. We sat me. Have we've been hanging out there watching them. Yeah I feel like it's it's a quite unique experience going on these world. Hordes that very few others sort of get to truly understand what it's like a bizarre school trip of sorts very definitely a bizarre. It's also bizarre full. Muth of journalism for all the other forms of journalism we do. There's nothing like being. WHOA correspondent is absolutely I feel so in some ways the rules are a little bit different when it comes to roll reporting because I think whilst elst lots of the daily coverage is based on the work that the members of the royal family? It's also heavily focused on their private lives and this year has pretty much revolved around the private. Lives of Harry and Meghan I feel like this is the first week. Actually the dust feels like it settling and were were able to see or notice what other members of the family are up to as well yes. I mean here in Australia. Certainly the I've seen them Joepat the headlines a bit twitches night out what Harry and Meghan were after a little bit a piece of calm after the storm but also a few few mentions of Starting Life in Canada and potential ideas about what we might be up to. Yeah I feel like the the beginning of this year has been quite dramatic for the royal family. I don't think that the press has been particularly positive for the start of the year as well I think. Now that people are starting to dissect an analyze the reasons behind Harry making making the news that they wanted the rule family probably correct. If I'm wrong it seems like there may be some damage control to do as the months go by and now Prince Andrew Stories coming back into lights. It's GonNa be in some time. I think before the voyles get sort of bask in the glory that usually comes with coverage of the Royal Family. Yes yes I agree I mean I I think that The stories that we've been looking at obviously Harry and Meghan leaving Prince Andrew that they're not the sort of things that The Royal Family would like us to be talking about I mean here in Australia. There has been a lot of support for Harry and Meghan departure. I I think that's a a basic understanding of two young people wanting to control that live someone to to do their own thing and they don't you know. Australians Australians. Don't really understand why that would be such a big deal but it's what I'm asked about When when I when I talk about what what has happened most people say well what is what is the deal here? You know what. Why can this couple not choose to do their own thing? You know. It's not not such a bad thing that they're doing everything that we have seen them too has been trying to make a difference in the wild. Why can't we allow them to do? That
Harry and Meghan Share Never-Before-Seen Wedding Photo for Their Engagement Anniversary
"Joined by I. Ice voyles producer. Lizzie Robinson this week. Going to be helping me navigate. What has been quite chaotic busy week week? It has been of course as we record this. The Sussex is far away. They are on their on their break right up until Christmas Christmas and send that they celebrated Thanksgiving privately with a close family which is lovely and amazing to think. This year was the celebration Asian of their two years then outside engagement I know I saw post Harry and Meghan shed new photo from an an outtake from one of their wedding photos taken by Lexie. Leave a Mirsky on their instagram account this week and it just reminded me how long is being since that day. The I remember driving at a very fast but legal fees from Oxford because I was out of London at the time and we got the confirmation that they're engaged in about ten o'clock in that and then they had that you take cool a couple of hours later in the sunken garden at Kensington Palace. Bitterly Italy cold But Yeah Lot's happened since then
"voyles" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Check on friends need to check on how much longer can this guy be a member of the General Assembly there's gonna be a special prosecutor the prosecutor Terry curry who is also a Democrat is like yeah I can't I can't do this case Forrestal volunteered on the campaign and he's contributed right hi to you it's U. Terry curry has them ourselves as a gag count me out of there what your wives the flop sweat off his brow that is like somebody somebody get me a sandwich my goodness I get my strength back Jim Voyles is the criminal defense attorney for Dan Forrestal okay well we went big time we went big time with this Jim Voyles not commenting the best is that the Democratic Party is not commenting the house minority leader Phil given to my saying his name right I hope I am Sir I really I don't get that wrong so I apologize if I'm if I'm mispronouncing and John sure who's a spokesman for the house Democrats no comments at this time the house minority leader is it has not returned messages to the in the star none of comments don't impersonate police officers that would like I said earlier thanks comment number one don't drink and drive good comments good comments of what might as well just say Dan who can the Democrats actually let him stay no I understand if he's found guilty of these things you know and and whatever charges may come that would remove him from from office but I don't know what I don't know if anything's going to come of it in terms of the legal side my question is the Democrats are going to allow him to stay drunk driving impersonating an officer really trying to intimidate people and when are the cops finally caught up to they said you have a car so he can get out of the car he fought back they had to drag him out of the car is is I'm just asking is this what they're going to keep and will I hear any level of condemnation from mayor hogs set on this subject it was I am PT who's dealing with this right I was I am PT why to make the stop I wanna know what mayor Hahn said has to say on the issue somebody please ask that question take it to forty five what's up all right we're looking at the west.
"voyles" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"That as of this morning. We knew had been damaged and deputy fire chief, Chris I news he says in addition to a coffee shop owner killed twenty five other people were injured. None of them firefighters. The explosion was caused when a contractor hit a gas line boring into a sidewalk, this is Fox News. Apprehensions of migrant families on the Zona border are skyrocketing. I'm Greg Paul Kane S T news. The numbers are in family apprehensions at the Tucson and Yuma sectors last month were up by more than two hundred percent over March of last year customs and border protection agent. Daniel Hernandez says they don't have the resources to deal with them. Nobody has enough resources to deal with this many. We're law enforcement agency work destructed, primarily to apprehend adults and mostly men border agents are being stretched by an influx of Central American families crossing the border illegally to request asylum in the US Arizona is the first in the country to allow people with out of state ocupation licenses to practice without taking an exam. Governor Doug Ducey had this message for people across the country as he signed house Bill twenty five sixty nine into law at the state capital. Come to Aaron Jona be ready to work. We are open. Open with opportunity. The new law allows a person with an out of state license for at least one year to practice their profession in Arizona as long as they are current certified or licensed professional in good standing without any pending complaints allegations or investigations relating to unprofessional conduct. The zone attorney general's office says they will not prosecute to top former panel county law enforcement officials the decision was announced yesterday that former sheriff Paul W and former county attorney Lando Voyles would not be charged state. Auditors had previously found Bob you and Voyles mismanage more than two million dollars in Rico funds, and we are in extreme fire danger today as much of southern Arizona is under a red flag warning high winds and low humidity are expected to be the perfect combination for brushfires. I'm Greg Paul KFI AM seven ninety two sons. Most stimulating talk bluecross blueshield.
"voyles" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
"Really take advantage of candidates sad for the ad read or sad because she's she's wanted to cure for so let candid and secure has not. I think what you've done in. What I appreciate is. You've let people know how hard it is to read words that are not a song to the tune of song. No matter how well, you know, that song just going to write songs, I think is the takeaway from here on out. We're going to rewrite ad copy to the don't promise people things. We can't deliver. Jay, do you? Have I smell, please, sir. Hey, Casey from the quad cities real place. I in Illinois bet and worst airport you'll ever go to in your life. So I wanna take it back to the elementary school food pyramid. And you get one item from each category for the rest of your life. If you're going on the I'll give you any pasta red. I'll give you any friends. You go yogurt mill cheese. I'll give you any kind of. She's and where are you going for your bats Voyles? Sweet. You ladies that j APR effort, and I mean it. That's not fair. We're really stack in the negative stuff up top. We love you very much. Thanks guys here. Welcome. It's okay. I'm here for the wrong reasons. He said the same joke twice. But I have to keep the comment on the first one was really good. It's you know. All right. So I think it needs to be said, I don't know. How old you are Casey. But I do know that the food period has changed. Yeah. In the last few years. I don't care we're going to go. He said take it back to element your school. We're going to go with the food pyramid. That we grew up with which was the base was grains. Biggest part was the part that now they're like, maybe you go without these forever. I don't know the second level was fruits and vegetables, then we had dairy protein fats and oils, and sweets, the very top. So we're going to give you what is it one food item from each if we had to pick one forever. Yes. Okay. Do we wanna go like grains, and we all say our grain thinks they're a couple of categories were all going to kind of pick the same thing. It's the best food. Right. So grains, pasta for me. I would take cereal if I didn't also need milk now Syria yet, but I eat cereal in daily basis matter well for cereal bread. What? Okay. Yeah..
5 children heading to Disney in church van killed in fiery crash
"The White House. A Louisiana church van carrying children on a trip to Disney World never made it five. Children and two truck drivers died in a fiery crash yesterday near Gainesville Florida Voyles perish school superintendent plane. Doozer pairs who were families affected. I think of the kids that are gonna walk in those rooms next week. I think of the teachers that are going to see the into desks. But most of all of those families in an unnamed volunteer at the Louisiana church says a congregation lost
"voyles" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Gotta go, late because they had, get everything done surveys already kind of amped up Democrats. Who are cheering killed a couple of Republican Bill so they're all kind of aunt up and got. A bunch of people in a bar after, midnight, so that's number one as as my grandmother I I use this line all the time. And not to sound like a dead horse here my, grandmother always said. A nothing them streets after. Midnight but the devil. So take, your, ass home that was my grandmother You ain't got an open up to midnight as bars, and legs and. All they're gonna do is. Get you in trouble God bless saying if he'd had known your grandmother he wouldn't be. In this position today well that's. Part of it and let's put it this way ahead is wing, person known my grandmother we wouldn't be, in this, position and that becomes the question right because, I've been in, this position I did it, for then state auditor. Susan crafts where you have somebody? That drives you round takes the nodes hands out the business cards collects the business cards where was that person at that I am still trying to find out exactly who. Was supposed to be on duty that day be, and being the wing purse. Because he doesn't just have a? Wing person if you've ever. Seen Curtis l. there's an entourage the follows him. Around places so where, were these people at that's a very good, question I'm still trying to get my my arms around this story is fascinating but the other part of it too is and this is where. Do think the, attorney general has. A point when they point out inconsistencies in statements made by, two. Of the alleged victims one person say verbs into Mark Huntley ridden, in the legislative report makes her savings about him touch Grabbing which she says no that's. Not what I said to the. Annapolis star now this is not to say that Mars line and, this is not to beat up on, the victim, but when you have inconsistent statements like this, that goes to, the heart of the allegation, that raises a red. Flag and then in another situation? You had somebody who like I said not to go after anybody's credibility here but when you send a copy of your letter about the attorney journals behavior and one of. The people who gets unlettered that you ask input, or somebody who was fired. From the attorney general's office once? Again this now raises more. Red flags this is not to say they need. Buddies innocent or anybody's, guilty but this is why we kind of, have these kind of due process sorta situations to figure out what is going on rod kindle dual in for the chicks real quick on this. Curtis hill situation, we talked about. This on your television taping of the Indiana issues program last, week I said the problem for the GOP that being the higher ups hulkah- Bosma long all these people. Said they want him to go away is, we're so far along the process now that it's in the inspector general's. Hands she's going to give, her findings to a, special prosecutor and, in two thousand eighteen in the whole. Metoo movement if there's definitive evidence of sexual assault they can't do the deal, with him anymore right which is like you just go away this'll go away or be happy we're past that road now. So Curtis, l. has every incentive to see. This thing through yes and please note for the criminal defense side. Of things I mean people just looking at Jim Bob for for some of the civil stuff but also with respect to the to the criminal matter did they turn journalists hired my good friend Jim, Voyles engineer looked Meyer and he orca for free either and they don't mess around They don't when you're, calling when you're calling Voyles and Luke Meyer. You're? In it to win it let me. Follow up with this though because. We've got the bop thing. Which this five oh one three is going to be set. Up. To pay for that but Voyles is the dude the. Defendant Mike, Tyson right Voyles is the Primo like you know it's the Saint elmo's, of attorneys where's all this money coming from somebody's gotta be funding this well it comes from Bob. Well first of all if you're somebody like Jim Voyles you, can say hey you know Gimme the XYZ retainer down payment then you, send up the the financial operation over here and. That brings money in that pays Mr. Voyles. And miss Luke Meyer and..
"voyles" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Whether he's been questioned since then by, the inspector general who? We know is looking into, this that didn't come up what all, Erica, Eric Berman from. The WABC newsroom. In here with us why did they mention the? Affects of alcohol, at all in this case who was drinking who wasn't drinking could somebody's perception of what. Happened could could it have been impaired. At all that came came up very definitely because again they're drying a very fine line and. As I've been saying all day fine lines are important in the. Lion of things fall on one side or the other of fine lines but they are drawing a, fine, line between saying that the, accusers are lying and? Saying that the way that their accounts were written up? Was false they say that the latter was false they're saying? That the the Accusations look this is how you remember it? We're, not. Taking issue, with your recollection and one reason. We're not taking issue with it is, it was in a bar alcohol was flowing that in particular tends to make people remember things differently so, the follow up question that came up at that point was was Curtis Hildreth yes and that was something they declined to come okay so they did. Not comment on whether or not their. Client had been drinking okay What what's the I. Know Curtis hills hired a, pretty high, profile? Defense attorney Jim Voyles right this is just because this is because of the. Special prosecutor that's, being sought in this case the problems that you've got here or the difficulty that you've got here is there are multiple different investigations and. They all have different standards you've, got this employer. Liability review which is complete. That's the memo's we discussed. It kicked off this off you now have the inspector general conducting what amounts to a criminal investigation which will be. Forwarded to that special, prosecutor you've got the potential. Although none has been filed you've got the. Potential for a civil lawsuit, by one of these accusers no one is, indicated desire to do that. But that's always a possibility you now have a civil suit being threatened by Curtis hill against these two John does that's four threads and then, you've got a fifth one which is the top us ability will be an, impeachment proceeding in the legislature And if that happens you may have separate council for that. Eric bourbon joining us here on the hammer and, Nigel show, so? Eric to of summit all up here for those that did not see this. Or here this, press conference today from the attorneys is it a fair assessment to say that basically they weren't going after the women today they were going. After the accusers they wanted it, to be known. That there's a lot of. Iranians information floating around it. Is their content since there is a row news information floating around and that it rises to the level of defamation. Their argument is look, at it's false it's materially. False it has damaged the attorney general and. We're gathering information for what, we expect will be liable su- do you, know if there is any. Attempt right now within the legislature to try to find out or investigate who leaked this memo to the Indy star they say there is and, they have not heard anything further about this is immediately after that became public They issued a statement condemning the leak Kevin. Besson's Sandra Blevins today, said we are asking them to come. Up with this name and of course the question comes up. Do they, know that name there's no information right now is whether they do or not all I is it seems like Curtis hill. Was really going all out to try to deny all of these things from this press? Conference today he's put out a. Lot of boosted posts on social media Facebook and Twitter a lot of paid for. Ads basically to stick up for his case Eric where do we go from here what's next well all those threads are. Going to play out in particular I. Think the the. Potential of is they're going to, be an impeachment proceedings are going to be an attempt to remove..
"voyles" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Fracking or hydraulic fracturing more properly is not a new story in this economy anymore pumping pressurized liquid water and sand and a much chemicals down into rock to free up the natural gas and petroleum is well established and it is still controversial decades on it's also for the parts of the country where the geology lends itself to be fractured a welcome source of income among those parts of the country are to towns in southwestern pennsylvania called amity and prosperity which is also as it happens the title of elisa griswald new book about fracking and what it has meant for the lives of some of those people in those towns blah's griswold welcome to the program thank you for having me before we actually get into the substance of this book i want you to tell me and this is gonna sound weird but i want you to tell me about cummins the puppy so commons the puppy belong to beth and john voyles and beth voyles she thinks come in drank from a puddle of water that was contaminated by waste industrial waste and that's what made him sick and eventually come inside so now that we have commons the puppy i want you to tell me about stacy haney so stacey haney is a single mom and she has for many years been a nurse and she has a small farm she had a small farm and she was living there pretty happily until twenty ten you say she was happy until two thousand ten because in two thousand nine if i have my dates right she signed a fracking lease yes so stacey haney she was very very proud to sign a lease when oil and gas came about a decade a little more than a decade ago to her area first of all she wanted to buy her dream barn a barn that was going to cost about nine thousand dollars but she was also proud to support america because she believed that american energy independence would help keep american soldiers out of foreign entanglements.
"voyles" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Hour two on this friday denim but in its stand patrick show to meet friday trager grill fired up we survived a nor'easter we got ribs on the grill coming up mike voyle from pro football talk you know sometimes you look at what a team does during the season and then you don't realize what they did prior to that in the offseason got him to that point it was really it's pinit it kind of a quiet offseason a sneaky great offseason for the rams and i say quiet because this is lost in the draft the combine you pick up markets peters who's a young defense who back who's in all pro and now a key to leave who still has a little left in the engine and you bring him in with that secondary with wade phillips as your defensive coordinator than the rams could make some really big news his upcoming season you know the offense turned the corner mcveigh would shared gov todd girlie look like todd girlie cooper cup in a you've got some wide receivers there and now the deal fence the defense was good it was an intimidating wasn't great but aaron donald is maybe the best defensive player in football now i gotta secondary you know they uh they tag joiners so they got a good secondary seattle's on the downslide jimmy garoppolo has to face that secondary now a couple of times uh so they've got a whole lot more interesting and then arizona we're not sure what's happening with arizona put the rams those are some big moves yap on the dan i just ask the rumors you were talking about the rams a we're all enjoying what we were saying about how their improving cnn who in this room is all in on the rams all in means they're going to the super bowl nemesis super not necessarily but it a k u d day all in on the rams you.
"voyles" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Your big bad he fiona voyle of the medium heat when it begins to shamma at the shots starring frequently until they are translucent remove and place on a paper town to the point funny she doesn't look bitcoin zana said us i only a little bit choline me stung made cnn's ian lee look what conversations about bitcoin sound like to me but even cougar cooperberg is a long time contributor to the new yorker shouts in murmurs and a writer on transparent next week on the show we're going to ghana trip with b in frazier to visit three guys in colorado their friends the roommate's in top competitors in the wonderful world of professional drung racing it's really a thing and i can't think of anybody better than ian frazier to tell us about it i hope you'll join us for that found times times sean for twenty years now elizabeth cobra has been writing about science and the environment for the new yorker and our book the sixth extinction won the pulitzer prize recently covert wrote about the interior department under ryan zinke the cabinet secretary in charge of federal lands throughout the united states zeki is one of the keys to donald trump's goal of deregulating the environment case in point the recent decision to shrink bears here is national monument in utah a decision which opened much of that land to uranium mining here's elizabeth colbert now zinke is a former congressman from montana he was an navy seal which is important part of his background because he seems to want to run things in a sort of military style fashion he then became a state lawmaker from montana and then he was a one term congressman from from montana whose one a congressman from montana but what cut a legislator was he what what were the what was the emphasis of his brief work in washington as a congressman or well it is actually kind of an interesting tenure in a in the house of representatives he was he is considered sort of a moderate on public land's issues on opposing some of the more kind of i'm going to call them radical steps that some congressmen like a bishop from utah we're recommending of just basically handing over these his enormous tax federal lands to the states which is what a lot of people on on the.
"voyles" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"Blood donor any other wet trusty that initial yet go on you're going to avail to extract because this is neuro chemists yeah and so narrow chemistry changes over time that's inevitable so if you look at it from the perspective of mother nature like what does mother nature trying to incentivize the beginning of the relationship nature is making sure the u procreate procreation require sex sex requires like this fiery attraction so there is a very druglike quality to the beginning of a relationship now that needs to morph into nurturing the young that you end up having so even without having children that natural flow of the neuro chemistry is going to change now if you have kids changes even more profoundly in in totally different ways but like even without that it is inevitable that that drug like nothing else matters quality goes away and it becomes something much more sustainable and less self destructive quite frankly so you can chart like what the neuro chemistry of a relationship looks like young or early love i should say looks exactly like a cocaine addiction so it's tapping into the dopamine receptors in the brain's all about literally desire so dopamine is not the fuel good chemical the people related to be it's anticipatory so it's that like i'm about to get a gift versus the having so you then transition into a having which is more oxytocin vasile press in which is about trust bonding i think it's vasile pressing receptors that are really high in prairie voyles which are these voles that made for life and you can literally see this in humans as well if they have a certain receptor i forget the name of it but if that's really high than they have the ability to really process.
"voyles" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
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"voyles" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Is the next question can a famous person be tried like john q citizen would be if we thought so so average you must begin that process from the moment the first potential juror sits down in the room will you try this person because of what he's charged with not because of who he is and wouldn't you agree with me that that's the way it has to happen and if you require more of them it's unfair if he would excusing because he's famous that's unfair wouldn't you dream just like you or me would be treated they all said yes and that's what they did garrison talking to cbs tyson hired vince full her famous attorney from dc who had already defended tyson's promoter don king fuller higher jim voyles as localcouncil i'm sure i was brought in so that he could have someone from indiana who was a familiar with indiana law be had had some experience tune a criminal court room and he had at least tried or been involved in literature to give her oils also new greg garrison greg interned for voyles but they had never actually tried a case against each other why do they want him in that case i dunno i mail was jeff modestly decision uh i assume that because he had been in the homicide division under gold meth and tried in a number of homicide cases and was uh a trial lawyer that baid felt that they needed somebody in that i'm sure steve had recommended greg because he was an excellent trial lawyer so that that's my guess uh but that was a decision the jeff modest set and um his staff would have made mike tyson sars with great criminal deviancy conduct resulting from a complaint filed by an eighteen year old incessant claims that former heavyweight champion raped her on the night of july nineteen in indianapolis tyson refused comment today on the grand jury indictment and remains in las vegas training for his november eighth title fight against heavyweight champion evander holyfield i said when this stuff is all going on offseason in sports kind of they don't have anything to talk about in sports and they're going to talk about this trial and and i was.
"voyles" Discussed on WGTK
"Nine seventy am the answer i had said that this was stiff competition by some of the other things that have put forth is the worst bill in the history of the united states congress in evolve more money hurts more people increases the deficit by so much more and just because everything is bigger in our country the consequences of this bill us multi trillion dollar economy being addressed by a bill that had no hearings no expert testimony just for the speed of light as jamie raskin says the speed of light and the dark of night here we are that's a breathtaking i have learned that voyles nancy pelosi speaking a couple of hours ago talking about the republican tax bill she says the worst bill in the history of congress uh i don't think she has a very good knowledge of history to you larry kudlow all right thank you have the wrong clip i think she was talking about obamacare but then over there that's an only after she finally understood it when we passed it right i'm glad the democrats have developed at great loathing for deficit because they increase the debt from ten to twenty trillion under obama can i meant i mentioned one things she is the worst bill in the history of congress as she doesn't know this because he's ignorant but in the eighteen 40s there were several bills introduced in congress to strip roman catholics of us citizenship grow for real i think those are worse of there were all kinds of bills that were introduced in the late 1800s and early 1900s a to prevent any immigration to people of the vote asia attic race we passed a chinese exclusion act i am i mean so she really thinks that this bill to cut people's taxes is worse than that you know i think that it's unfortunate that the democratic party has chose to oppose any and all tax cuts you know this is part of my book john f kennedy the democrat was the first supplyside taxcutter and reagan borrowed from kennedy and gave them credit for and both the kennedy and reagan tax cuts bills which were very effective and he could on were completed with by partisan majorities which you have today is the democratic party that has completely um lost john f kennedy's taxcutting legacy they forgotten it but it's like he's a nonperson and they've gone.
"voyles" Discussed on WLOB
"The new york stock exchange efforts he down weeks for the stock market the dow in particular was seeing up arrows have sixty three points to twenty thousand 421 the nasdaq up ten at sixty seven 93 the sp 500 up to 25 eighty one were off on thursday half day on friday here with some of the movers would be abercrombie and fitch up more than five percent new high positive analyst comments we're seeing also walmart's of the downside after a goldman downgrade after a monster run that we've seen from that company and square exploring a bitcoin play and square is at a new high end moving up about three percent dave ross voyles done about a half dollar backtoback six bucks a barrel at the gas pump the average price rose three dan in the past two weeks to an average to sixty one for regular and this is eleven cents rise over the past month analysts unburdened aaa also survey stations nationwide its average for regular is less than hers the two fifty four a gallon but it's still forty sen uh uh more than we were paying the busy thanksgiving travel week last year it's a big day for the oil pipeline president trump uh after taking office would carry oil from canada to texas refineries regulators and the nebraska public service commission are set to decide on whether to approve organi a route through that state for the keystone xl pipeline it's the last major regulatory hurdle the pipeline faces a yes vote for the proposed route through nebraska would link it with parts of montana and south dakota fox's tanya j powers a spill in south dakota last week angered environment analysts have been trying to stop keystone four years the top teams keep winning in the nfl the philadelphia eagles now nine one after a blowout win over dallas eagles eighth straight win the saints also won their eighth game in a row the vikings and the patriots won their sixth consecutive games i'm dave anthony fox news radio wlove fm and am headlines university of maine system board of trustees will vote today to help the way for portland's first roundabout the intersection of bright now during lavigne's found with street nearly fifty two hundred central.
"voyles" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
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"voyles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The jets continued to impress against afc east competition beating the bills 34 twenty a metlife stadium defense was a story for new york they said bills quarterback rod taylor seven times and eager threegame slide goldstar voyles being three in a certain points five point three points to comeback on thursday on a short week before you get we weekend all his big the vision opponent again we were three and five we needed to get the 450 quick and get the five five next week would a vague offensively man forte rushed for seventy seven yards and two scores and quarterback josh mccown pasta touchdown pass the jets up their record to four and five while the bills fell to five and three giants host the ram sunday out one rookie of the year candidate quarterback the shawn watson for houston texas will miss the rest of the year with a torn aco on the frozen floor the rangers got goals from chris crowder nj team nowhere to hold off the lightning to the one in overtime from tampa bay henrik lundqvist had twenty seven saves in net for the rangers and all they there's guilty no question about it but we we definitely had a lot of good looks and we played a a game were uh i think we follow their game plan and that's something you really have to focus on and on the scale and we do and then the thinks we talk about were executed the right way and we were better team no questioned new york never trailed unfortunately the same can't be said for the eyes under lost four three to the capital's basketball tonight than exosed the son's innocence your about west one brooklyn visits the lakers at your embassy bloomberg sports update bob robustly thanks and now your bloomberg green business report tesla's bungled launch of its cheapest bottle yet could prove even more costly now that republicans on cap it'll hill are looking to cut electric vehicle tax credits crucial to driving demand for.
"voyles" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Got a better offer no there were no offers that's what was of scary we were creating our own opportunity because you wanted of smaller bigger many of the firm's clients came with us with were surprised no respectively hint legally asked classical without they don't stores totally for choice now i know because you have them on it well they're monies with the firm that their money is in investments man i body ptolemy liz across a sea of of the clock that only about your karami's light view you sorry also arbitrage yeah that's though it either um the movies fact me as being very carefully written every moment seems to count doesn't seem like there's much improvisation in it it seems very plan in a glud who say that yes impose in a good way so what's it like to have somebody like ten people like adam sandler and ben stiller on the sat and not and discourage improvisation what fool would do that um well of verse voyles hussein glad that europe's ovation because i i think pretty much every qna i get asked how much improvisation was in the movie and i can't help but feel somewhat insulted by it because i think are are working very hard on this thing and and they are very planned and very structured there's something dustin was very articulate about i think he even kov even help me understand kind of what i was doing and what i've been doing and in a more explicit way because he he will talk about how stylized the writing is but that when it's done right it doesn't actually feel that way that feels may be more naturalistic but actually it's all rhythmic can and very specific as you say and and that's true also of the blocking in the movie and the camera work you know in it it's all uh i think of them is very stylized and.
"voyles" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"For trade herself in the way that is honest in in innocent both of which you really was she got her a person that's what was so right about this if this if she is her case the case then we have to be morally convinced that were right and the only way you could do that this john addendums here for the team it was months of building a case that mitt working every day with very little contact with family that group lead greg an iron handled gradually wag grew gradually over probably the period at three mind uh quite shipping quiz or truth is what working much greg you couldn't understand nearly running for eight you know all we did was work on a little sleep deprivation certainly as we got close trial and barely gary mary in qena finally the trial began jim voyles which picked by ventured fuller tyson's famous lead attorney to be the local council with gregg who objective would to personalize does reward to make her feelings her intimidation thing huge she articulated in their testimony he just wanted to develop those jurors and i think any good lord would done voyles feels that fuller short change the team and the case by not using him more and by overlooking evidence and the people on the jury part of the problem lizzy vince was used to try and cases of federal court and tried loudest cases he had us bring his podium in is you may recall and so we picked eleven moves rooms are charged with ya and so that was part of the problem trying case that is sexual orientation case is different and trying a federal court whitecollar criminals recruitment meeting and so the whole approach to a lot different in terms of sitting down like you did on council.