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"william perry" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Thank you, Cisco. Good morning, may as well. Good morning, all Green Bay is coming to the bears may or may not get QB Justin Fields back for Sunday's packers game. We're going four downs with Tom Faye. Good morning, Tom. Good morning, Josh. Great to have you with us first down. What's the latest from your point of view on Justin Fields playing status? Is it okay for him to return to duty of his left non throwing shoulder is less than 100%? Yeah, I do. I think that he's in a position. He's athletic and not he's intelligent about the game. He understands how to protect himself and not put himself in harm's way. And it kind of seems like he's trending towards playing, given the information that we're getting from the team. And as one bear alumni, I hope he does play. They've been bashing leather helmets and the modern stuff since 1920. And then they stood atop the list of NFL regular season victories tied the bears and packers with 786 wins each. But head to head the bears are 9 games under 500 against the pack all time. 94 one O three and 6. A lot of games here. You've lived and breathed through this rivalry as a child, a bear, a longtime analyst. What are some random moments from your experiences that highlight the rivalry Tom and who are your least favorite packers over the years starting with Charles Martin and Forrest Greg? Oh my God. Probably Aaron Rodgers and Brett Favre. Because when I played for the bears, they didn't have a solid quarterback play. They were kind of going through them like the bears have been. And we are on the upside. We want a majority of the games that I had a chance to play, but you have the good memories of William Perry catching a pass in Green Bay. I wish he would have done the Lambeau leap at that time. And like, you know, like you said, the Charles Martin incident at soldier field was one of the worst in Chicago bear history. But there's other times when Matt sui and Walter Payton, Matt Walter was dragged over the bench and Matt sui was hit late. So those types of memories come back every time you face the Green Bay Packers and it's not a big inspirational pregame speech need it because everybody know what's involved in this rivalry. Yeah, those memories are living on and stirring within you. Man, thinking of the fridge doing a Lambeau leap, wow. Let's go to third down though. One of your least favorite packers of all time, Ryan Rogers against the bears defense. It looks like a one sided fight, but hang on. He's less than 100%. Now he's struggled this season as well. What if his struggle's been and how can this injury plague version of the bear's defense do a job on Rogers Sunday? Well, obviously the struggles has come from his self admitted broken thumb, but also the injuries on the offensive line did not provide significant amount of time for him to sit in the pocket and try to locate a receiver with his pinpoint accuracy. So if the bears can have a formula of pressure, it doesn't necessarily have to result in sacks, but just make him comfortable. Put him in a retreat position and challenge his ability to throw the ball if his thumb is if his thumb is that bad. For down with Tom thayer seems like the return to Justin Fields may be the bear's best hope, but where else might the home team have an edge on the packers this week that bears running game has it cooled off a bit? I don't necessarily think so. I think if you get Justin running the ball it really is a great assistant to the running game. However, I think if you have another week within the relationship of a guy like Chase claypool in you're able to use guy like EQ saint Brown, who's got a little familiarity with Green Bay coverage. And then you get about Pringle back in the mix after the injury to Darnell Mooney. So, you know, you can't avoid throwing the ball and sometimes you got to take some chances with the bigger guys like Chase claypool, EQ saint Brown
"william perry" Discussed on Security Now
"Was a theoretical issue. Until it wasn't. So there have been many questions raised and interesting movies made surrounding the question of whether a human being would be able to follow an order would choose to follow an order to turn the keys to launch a strike. So understandably, there's a huge urge on the part of those who are given the responsibility of protecting us to remove the human factor from the loop on the basis that it introduces a wild card, an unknowable uncertainty that can not be relied upon. The good news is that there are now so very many lessons which have since been learned about the true fragility of our supposedly advanced technology that it's at least reasonable to hope that ultimate control will not be centralized, and after all, all of the strength of the Internet arises from its inherently and brilliantly decentralized design. The good news is that William Perry was in the loop, got the call, did like a reality check and said, wait a minute. It makes no sense that this could add that there's actually 200 inbound nukes from the Soviet Union. Let's double check our systems. So anyway, it's going to be interesting to see what happens. A little bit of, I thought, interesting insight that because our weapons just no one has believed we were going to probably ever need these things again. I'm sure they're being dusted. Oil, they're kept in functioning condition. But the technology has been pretty much left as it was in the 70s and 80s. And I say good because the only way the only way it would be safe would be if we ourselves designed the chips and used our own foundries to make them and built systems that did it.
"william perry" Discussed on Security Now
"So right now, the current assessment is that the nuclear command and control system anyway is mostly robust against a cyber threat. And of course, that bar is high. Wouldn't you say when you're going to say we're robust against the nuclear command and control system being compromised good? Hiat alvie, a professor at the U.S. naval war college, studies these kinds of nuclear weapons issues. She spoke to the record in her personal capacity, she says she has a mantra when it comes to our nuclear weapons system. And I love it. If it's not broken, it doesn't need to be fixed. Alvie says the calculus is pretty simple. Why try to change something that has worked for decades, assuming you change them to upgrade them to modern technology, you are actually inviting more risks and potential threats and sabotage into the system. While officials have tinkered at the edges of the nuclear weapons systems, John lauder, who used to direct the CIA's nonproliferation center, says most of the systems we're using are from the 70s and 80s. And I'll just remind everybody that we've been staring at the chips on motherboards, which all come from China. Wondering and worrying whether that eprom, like might be more than it looks like, or whether the Ethernet connector could have a chip hidden inside it. Just please leave everything alone. He said, there has been a general sense from people who worked in arms control that quote we had put together a set of agreements that would keep peace and stability as a result, modernizing nuclear weapons systems seemed less important since there was a general sense that the weapons would eventually be phased out, but Ukraine, he said, was a wake-up call. In 1979, about three years after the U.S. nuclear weapons program adopted that state of the art at the time, IBM series one computer, William Perry, who was a top Pentagon official at the time, got a phone call. The voice on the other end identified himself as the watch officer. Perry, who would later go on to be defense secretary in the Clinton administration, recounted in his podcast at the brink. He said, the first thing the watch officer said to me was that his computers were showing 200 nuclear missiles on the way inbound from the Soviet Union. Yikes. To the United States. And for one horrifying moment, he said, I believed we were about to witness the end of civilization. I mean, this actually happened. As Perry weighed the possibilities, he concluded this had to be some kind of mistake. There was nothing going on in the world at the time that would have caused the Soviet Union to suddenly strike. Perry asked the watch commander to find out what had gone wrong with the systems. So he could explain what happened to the president in the morning. It turns out someone had accidentally put a training tape into the computer instead of an operating one. As a result, what the computer saw was a simulation of an actual attack. It looked real because it was designed to look real. Perry says that night, fundamentally changed the way he thought about nuclear weapons. He came to the conclusion that simple human error could indeed lead to nuclear war. He said, quote, it has changed forever. My way of thinking about nuclear weapons, up until this, a false alarm, an attack by mistake starting a nuclear war by mistake.
Recorded Future - Inside Threat Intelligence for Cyber Security
"william perry" Discussed on Recorded Future - Inside Threat Intelligence for Cyber Security
"I remember very clearly that it was the coziest I've ever felt. And then this text comes in. And I just kind of stared at it in disbelief for a little while. This is Jess Franklin. She's a military wife and stay at home mom. And just a few years ago she had a similar experience to the one we talked about earlier when William Perry took that late night phone call. The U.S. Pacific command has detected a missile threat to Hawaii. This is not a drill. Take immediate action measures, repeat a missile name. She was fast asleep with a toddler on one side of her and a preschooler on the other, when the alert sounded. And I just kind of stared at it and thought, well, I mean, if that's true, there's really nothing you can do, so I could just go back to sleep because if I'm gonna die in a few minutes, I'd rather be all snuggled up with my kids. She tried to collect herself and then grab some tablets and books and took the kids to a downstairs bathroom. That's. The best you can do is try to get as close away from windows. I mean, like with a tornado. You want to just get where a blast isn't going to send shards of glass, flying at you. The modern version of duck and cover. How long was it before you actually found out that this was a mistake? So people who lived on base actually were able to find out a lot sooner than the civilian population of the island because all the bases have those loudspeaker announcement systems that came on pretty quickly after and said it's a false alarm. But.
The Jim Ross Report
"william perry" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report
"Up on pop culture, up on the business, great instincts that raspy voices unique big time personality. That's where he should have gone, but he wasn't through. He had to get that, can I do this? I worked all my life for this opportunity. And then it's kind of lay in here. It's out there someplace. Closer, close by, but can I maximize those opportunities? I wasn't ever sure quite frankly. And this I never said this before, that we would ever see Steve and Brian at their best. You know, it's just Brian, he's jinxed. Bad injuries. And stuff like that. And I don't have any, you know, we don't talk about this very much. I haven't. I don't have any concussions, Brian must have endured. He took some crazy goddamn bumps. And, you know, I had in the course of all the other stuff, health issues, you know, here's a guy who had 30 something cancer operations before he was like grade school. He's been through hell. Physically. And that takes an emotional toll on you. I can tell you from experience here lately. Because you do wake up in the middle of the night and think, well, another fine mess I've gotten myself into. So I never wash sure we could ever deliver on that match. Once we realized, fully that Brian was not interested in announcing to any degree and that we didn't understand how fragile he was. And I could never tell him that because that would have been the ultimate insult for an undersized kid that weighed two 25. There was an AP Associated Press, second team, all American nose tackle. That's for the big boys play. D one. And by the way, by the way, the first team all American was William Perry. He weighed three 20. My goodness. So just to give you a reference. So the era and the size and all that. So for Brian, for me to say to Ryan, you're not you're fragile. What have been, I didn't have the balls to say that. And how could you, like you said, when you talk about him and what he did and what he accomplished in his life, my goodness, what a young man, what an accomplishment what he'd been through, unreal. Well, listen, the next night, it all explodes. When Brett and Shawn get into a locker room fight, did you ever ask Steve what he thought of all this in the summer between Sean and Brett? Was this in the one in New Haven or I don't know where it was the location of it was, but it was just, again, 97 summer time. These two are getting into it in the locker room and I'm just curious more than anything. If you ever had a side conversation with Steve. Well, he was frustrated. He was astonished that they couldn't sit down and work this out. Wasn't that complicated? They weren't splitting the atom and creating a new atom, you know, new atomic bomb. Come on. Egos. Sensitivities. And a lack of communication. And I think Steve was of the mindset that I can understand these guys are they don't realize how much money is on the table here. Why can't we just, why can't they just sit down and work this thing out? I told him, you know, you should be able to answer that bear anybody. Because I want to you. They're more of the boys, a top guy. And but Steve was able to work with both of them. Cost some money was the most important thing to him. And that's kind of what opened their eyes. We're sitting on some money here, boys. Because we can't get along because of somebody somebody said, you get in a fictitious field, fictitious platform, on a fictitious business, and you're getting pissed off because of an embellished promo. Because in a potato each other, in the ring, they were safe, until great stories at hellacious matches. The secret of Brett Shawn, so anyway, I think he was frustrated as we all were. Absolutely. Oh, another week. Another oh God. What is this shit gonna end? So if you're a Bret Hart fan, you don't understand my logic. If you're Sean Michael Stan, you don't understand my logic. But if you're a JR, the EVP Italian relations, you understand, we've got to get some harm in here because it's keeping a lot of people uneasy. You have guys that loved Sean is a little group. And you have guys that were adored Brett. Probably more number than Sean had in his corner, but they both had their allies. And so then the allies had would create issues. It was silly and unnecessary. What.
"william perry" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"Will be released later today. According to the report. There were no major accidents in our area. But there were two drownings just southeast of Atlanta. A drowning occurred on the A Cockney River on Saturday and another on like, Oh, Coney Yesterday, of course, like Linear is a large tourist attraction. But just how much money does it actually bring to the local economy? Tim Rainey, with the U. S Army Corps of Engineer says the Lake is a huge economic driver for the region of $700 million and visitor spending within 30 miles of like linear and 2019 that created or supported 4844 jobs again within 30 miles, according to data from the core. Nearly 13 million people visited the lake in 2020 during a pandemic here. Gasoline prices are on the rise for the Labor Day holiday, according to today's report from Triple A Georgia Motor is paying to 98 a gallon on average. That's up three cents from this time last week. Hall County pump prices to 93 a gallon The highest prices in this region in banks County at 302. Among the events being held this week to mark the 20th anniversary of 9 11 is a remembrance service on the University of North Georgia's Della Campus. That candlelight service is set for Thursday night at 8 30 on the lives he drill drill field. Ung is also flying 20 American flags on the dining hall balcony All week, one for each year since the terror attacks on the United States. If you go to access Wdun, you can read more about 20th anniversary events that are taking place across our area. In today's local obituaries. Flanagan FUNERAL HOME Announcing the death of Glenda Martin Harrison, Age 60 of Sugar Hill, as well as the death of William Perry Lucas Age 59 of hushed in Hillside of Gainesville, announces the death of Deborah Walker Lusk Age 57 of Murray Hill. Little in Davenport announcing the death of Edgar Cleveland Age 84 of Gainesville Memorial Park. Funeral Home announces the following deaths Elijah Eli Patrick Elliot Age 39 of Gainesville. Jessie Bell Hunter Age. 89 of Gainesville. Also Jean Miller Jenkins Age 86 of Gainesville Memorial Park, also announcing the death of James Elton Maldon Age 76 of Gainesville, Charles Ronald Thomas Age. 65 of Gainesville and James Young Age 97 of Claremont. Memorial Park North announces the death of Gray Kennerly, Bel Age 40 of Gainesville Memorial Park, self announcing the death of Catherine Marie Scott Age 67 Flowery Branch. As well as Claude Otis Simpson's senior age 72 of Claremont, and then wards announces the death of Robert Edward Bob Weatherly, Junior age 87 of Gainesville. There's more news had access Wdun forecast shows possibilities. Some scattered showers. We have seen some of that already. And we're looking at some of that on radar coming into Talladega area also coming through Dawsonville this morning, just widely scattered light. They're there and they're gone. So we'll take a look at that coming up and see how that forecast is going to play out for the rest of your Labor Day and the week that follows Plus, we'll get back to the drive as well. If you spot a problem out there, and we know there's not a lot of traffic out there this morning, but problems can arise. Then be a traffic trooper. Help us out and help out your fellow travelers by checking in on the access Wdun talk text line presented by em in our rental, It's +770535 to +911.
"william perry" Discussed on Cincy Jungle
"I don't know i would like to see something but again. I do not want to risk the merchandise as jay gruden would say don't types merchandise so i get the mindset. Either way my guess is. They probably won't play him in preseason. They don't wanna risk that but there are risks with that just from a rust perspective. So i dunno expectations for borough from you this year. We all know he's coming in with a chip on his shoulder and we all think he's going to come in and play well but just how well are we talking you. Do you think we're talking comeback player of the year. Mvp they were kind of saying. Hey you know still that top ten ish type of type of performance because he is coming back from that injury. What what are your expectations for him. This year is he comes back from this injury if he's not at all mothered or on the way for this comeback. There's no reason why he can't produce like an above average quarterback reaching that top status and whenever meaningful metric that. You want to throw out there like it's all they're like. The offense line is good enough. The receiving core is by far top. Ten top five in the league. You have an entire scheme. That's now year and a half in the making it's built around him and what he does well like. I know this questions is that taylor. In just his ability to manage a game to lead a productive offense but productive offense usually comes from the quarterback that he's the most important person on the team in operations and when he's this good. There's no reason why it shouldn't be as good as you wanted to be with everything that with everything else. That's around him so like expectations wise. It's hard to throw numbers out there. But like the bengals passing career passing yardage record for a season up any dahlan. Forty three hundred yards like joe burrow played. Seventeen games with marchesi. Tyler boyd higgins. There's no reason why he shouldn't eclipse four thousand yards in being contention of the record or potentially break it like we can look back six seven years from now. Forty four hundred yards for. Joe burrow that day like that. That's the expectation when you have a good quarterback in the year twenty twenty one in the nfl. Like four thousand yards is nothing. It happens to just average. Quarterbacks now rarely happened for bengals quarterbacks in in recent years after carson palmer but as soon as the game evolves the point now we're asking king and teams of throwing the ball six hundred times a year. That's the expectation. You have the quarterback you have the receivers as long as the quarterback is healthy and he has enough time and he can throw the ball consistently under three seconds. The reason why he shouldn't have one of the most productive quarterback seasons in recent things history. Yeah nine and a half games ten if you wanna call it that He he averaged basically two hundred sixty nine yards passing per game. Did joe burrow. And i think gosh what was it at the beginning of the year here. It was two three. I mean there's three three hundred yard passing games in a row in weeks two through four then. He had another one in week. Six against indianapolis four hundred yards against cleveland. So i mean he was. He was dealing towards the beginning middle of that season. And there's no aside from maybe a rehab hiccup. There's no real reason to believe that. He can't produce the same if not better. He too by the way as we know he has been going through a rigorous workout regimen. Not only to rehab that need but also upper body building strength and trying to work on that deep ball. He's now got big time receiver that he's got the rapport with it from lsu Chase to higgins. Looks like a monster. So yeah i mean let's go and i know they're still going to be people questioning the line. We have freaking. William perry shot up to the fridge quietly like like like the does have stops approve. That's true but like you heard anthony wright. He was still productive behind that terrible offensive line and in terms of just individual expectations you can still produce behind an often slide. That doesn't have to be above average even average like the offensive line. just barely improves. You can still throw for a lot of yards and he is touched on. Reception ratio is still thirteen five it was. He was still pretty productive for a rookie playing with very non explosive weapons in terms of like being comeback player of the year. I guess that have to do with being successful in being in the limelight. In being in playoff contention so that is obviously remains to be seen but terms of just him just progressing in that year to jump. That most great quarterbacks aac. There's no reason why this dangles team right now. Can't provide that for him. Yeah the one. Caveat too. And i i. I don't know if you agree with me or not. But the one caveat too is joe mixing and their commitment to the run game and where that's gonna fall into place. Obviously the bengals wanna get the run game going. They probably will be a pass first team or a pass often team but i mean they are committed they they pageau makes that big contract. They brought back frank pollack and they gave him a designation as a run game coordinator so they are going to try to do something to get the run game going. But that doesn't necessarily mean that's going to eat into a lot of joe burrow's stats and whatnot as it goes with shurmur allen and dungy really it's kinda just what are they doing. The preseason do they do enough in the in the game scenarios to to raise enough eyebrows gain enough interest. And it's kind of the jake dolegala thing right. Are you promising enough to either. Keep you on the practice squad and develop you that way or are you. Are you going to kind of falter when it comes to playing. Be the squad guys in the preseason. That's the beauty of being a quarterback like there just not of you. There's only thirty two starting jobs as typically only thirty two backup jobs. So odds are every single team is going to carry a quarterback on their practice squad and because they brought back the same practice guard rules from last year. There's going to be sixteen spots available so definitely one is going to be there for either shurmur dungy. I think shurmur. I guess right now has the imaginary lead because i guess it's just more experienced in as the nfl brain in heritage behind him but it really just come down to who takes the most of their opportunities because they're gonna get plenty if boroughs not going to be out there in the preseason three even still limiting him to some degree during training camp. They're going to get plenty of reps with the second and third team. It's just a matter of who does the best. Well that's unless you got anything else on. That is this week's positional preview. Which has been the quarterbacks not much of a competition. We know joe burrow is the guy. Obviously that goes. I don't even know why said that allowed. But he's the guy and there is a scrum for jobs behind him. We'll see how it all plays out but obviously the big thing we're all watching is joe. Burrow's rehab which seems to be headed in an extremely extremely good direction at from what we've seen so far in spring and summer so that is this week's positional preview..
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"william perry" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
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I'm kai rozelle. According to the office of personnel management which is basically hr for the federal government eighty five or so percent of federal employees work outside the washington dc area among them now the headquarters staff of the bureau of land management which the trump administration moved from washington to colorado. Blm is in charge of more than two hundred and forty five million acres of federally managed land in the united states. More than any other agency. The question now though is is the front office going to stay in colorado madeline beck from the mountain west news. Bureau went to grand junction to find out the new bureau of land. Management headquarters is renting space in a sprawling four story brick and glass building near grand junctions airport. The agency isn't the only tenant but it's likely the most controversial under the trump administration acting director william perry pennsly- touted. Its move west as economical and good policy. When he first announced we want them closer to the lions they managed and the people they work with rather than to and even four time zones away in washington. He pointed out. Ninety seven percent of blm employees already lived in offices around the west but critics say headquarters and senior officials. Need to be in dc where the funding and power is according to be a lamb. Nearly three hundred employees retired quit or found other jobs after the headquarters announcement and only three d. Staffers have officially moved to grand junction. But what do the people of grand junction have to say. I found jack. Mueller sitting outside a coffee shop in grand junction on a hot afternoon. I don't know what to think of the people who are saying we don't own a move. He and his wife linda are retired. They say the headquarters move was a good idea and linda doesn't get why staffers wouldn't jump at the chance to live out west. Well anybody that wants to go back to dc deserves it plenty of other people. I talked with around grand junction also at the headquarters to remain here like resident. Stanzi i just love it. We would have the opportunity to have them here locally. And i think it truly makes more sense but others weren't so sure like miranda pursell. She'd heard the arguments that moving. Blm headquarters out. West would benefit the public lands agency overseas on the flipside. People said well. All the decisions are made in washington so is putting them out here. Removing the conversation. So i don't know which one i agree but one thing is certain. Moving headquarters here is an economic boon to the area worth about nine million dollars a year in jobs alone according to the grand junction economic partnership. Diane schwanke heads. The city's chamber of commerce that economic impact for us really at this point comes primarily from those jobs and the and the multiplier of those forty plus in place multiplier meaning the money the blm employees would spend on goods and services that support other jobs in the area and things have been challenging for the town. It used to rely more on the booms and busts the fossil fuel production which hurt the community for years after the two thousand eight recession but now swanky says they're diversifying into manufacturing and tourism and they survived the pandemic in okay shape. I'm glad that i've actually seen our community and mesa county survived the coveted pandemic economically much stronger than a lot of other places and that has not been the traditional history of our community. It's not just people in grand junction. Went headquarters to remain colorado's democratic governor jared. Police says he doesn't agree with how the move happened but he wants headquarters to stay now that it's there. Aaron weiss with the nonprofit center for western priorities disagrees. He says the headquarters should be closer to lawmakers and other agencies everything. blm does involves interfacing with the fish and wildlife service with the park service with the department of agriculture which oversees the forest service. But maybe there's a third way so the government doesn't have to choose between dc or grand junction. probably realistically. A split probably makes more sense. Chris brown is owner of the brown cycles bike shop in grand junction. You don't have to be you know sitting next to somebody to govern manage things that way. Brown says those who want to live in grand junction. Like those who want to move.
"william perry" Discussed on KCRW
"A sentence or so how much ground of students lost the past year and a half. You know, it's hard to know, because students are pretty resilient and they are, you know, and they've learned lots and lots of different ways. So we need to give teachers the freedom to actually teach and assess and we need to have this other resources. That will help us Randi Weingarten of the American Federation of Teachers. Thanks so much. Thank you. Senate Republicans are pressuring President Biden to withdraw his nominee to be the country's next U. S. Public lands, chief Democrats. Tracy Stone, Manning is Montana's former top environmental regulator. Her confirmation is expected to go before a Senate committee for an initial vote this week. Here's NPR's Kirk Siegler. The president's nominee to lead the federal Bureau of Land Management. Tracy Stone, Manning has a reputation here in the West as a moderate and bipartisan deal maker on contentious public lands battles. Republicans today, though, are focused on a narrow slice of her past in the 19 eighties as a grad student in Missoula at the height of the so called timber wars over rampant clearcut logging. Back then Stone Manning sent a letter on behalf of Earth first warning the government that trees at a planned federal timber sale had been sabotaged. Putting loggers lives in danger. Here's Alaska Republican Dan Sullivan, speaking on the Senate floor tree spiking These were the kind of tactics the Tracy Stone Manning. Once conspired him. Does that disturb you? America? Wyoming Republican John Barrasso, who's on the committee that is expected to initially vote on her nomination, says she collaborated with eco terrorists. It is my belief that she is clearly disqualified to be the director of the Bureau of Land Management, which manages almost 65 million. Acres of federal forests, but stone Manning later testified against the tree spikers in federal court, saying she sent the letter because she didn't want anyone to get hurt. She's not currently giving interviews, but her supporters are rallying on her behalf, saying these GOP objections came up long before in Montana and were put to rest. Montana Senator Jon Tester, who stone Manning once worked for also sits on the committee. And I think the crap and I mean it is crap that they're standing around on her is just character assassination, Democrats are accusing Republicans of false equivalence, they mostly sat silent over President Trump's Bureau nominee who once sympathized with ranchers leading armed standoffs against federal agents. William Perry. Pendley had also called for selling off US public lands. But look, I mean, you can take a look at some of the Nam's went through for President Trump. They're not after competency there just after to rip people apart Stone. Manning's nomination is expected to squeak through the Senate. One unknown, though, remains committee member Joe Manchin, who.
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"william perry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"What happens next. Randi Randi Weingarten, I gotta I regret that I have to stop you there. Randi Weingarten of the American Federation of Teachers. Thanks so much. Thank you. Senate Republicans are pressuring President Biden to withdraw his nominee to be the country's next U. S. Public lands. Chief Democrats Tracy Stone, Manning is Montana's former top environmental regulator. Her confirmation is expected to go before a Senate committee for an initial vote this week. Here's NPR's Kirk Siegler. The president's nominee to lead the federal Bureau of Land Management. Tracy Stone, Manning has a reputation here in the West as a moderate and bipartisan deal maker on contentious public lands battles. Republicans today, though, are focused on a narrow slice of her past in the 19 eighties as a grad student in Missoula at the height of the so called timber wars over rampant clearcut logging. Back then Stone Manning sent a letter on behalf of Earth first warning the government that trees at a plan federal timber sale had been sabotaged. Putting loggers lives in danger. Here's Alaska Republican Dan Sullivan, speaking on the Senate floor tree spiking These were the kind of tactics the Tracy Stone Manning. Once conspired him. Does that disturb you? America? Wyoming Republican John Barrasso, who's on the committee that is expected to initially vote on her nomination, says she collaborated with eco terrorists. It is my belief that she is clearly disqualified to be the director of the Bureau of Land Management, which manages almost 65 million. Acres of federal forests, but stone Manning later testified against the tree spikers in federal court, saying she sent the letter because she didn't want anyone to get hurt. She's not currently giving interviews, but her supporters are rallying on her behalf, saying these GOP objections came up long before in Montana and were put to rest. Montana Senator Jon Tester, who stone Manning once worked for also sits on the committee. And I think the crap and I mean it is crap that they're standing around on her is just character assassination, Democrats are accusing Republicans of false equivalence, they mostly sat silent over President Trump's Bureau nominee who once sympathized with ranchers leading armed standoffs against federal agents. William Perry. Pendley had also called for selling off US public lands. But look, I mean, you can take a look at some of the Nam's went through for President Trump. They're not after competency there just after to rip people apart Stone. Manning's nomination is expected to squeak through the Senate. One unknown, though, remains committee member Joe Manchin, who has not yet said whether he'll vote to confirm Kirk Siegler..
The Rich Eisen Show
"william perry" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"See. There's only thing joy as they take the field. That julia kids naive joy of being together. They'll look taken for granted either. The football these guys were exhausted. The shepherd they play pandemic keys in totally mentally exhausted physically and they are just going for its tournament and which lead to say and we will emerge from look down. I will say however much. We'll going for in life. No one that's emerged from lockdown drunk. That your twenty roger bennett here on the rich eisen show. We also could not help. Notice the ruthenian shot call From the men in blazers twitter account during the penalty kicks yesterday. Imbaba coming and then sure enough. Wow that was that was you. I imagine correct not davies. Tweeted that with me. That with me but i would say that. Say that people. Don't turn to us but footballing knowledge rich is a shocking. When people think that we know what we're talking about would like people to think that we know what we're talking about. But i'm by is a is a young giant of the game. The penalty shootout americans may may. I mean it's like russia a game is only loosely connected to everything that comes before it. Football's the ultimate team game. And they've run out of time like a one on one thing they should really just have a dump though they really show abdominal between the teams stunts as would be connected to the game. It's foot bull at the crucible of the penalty shootout so this is one of the best players in the world getting to the past twelve year. Clue she. Can you could. Joe maze the goalkeeper it just a psychological test of the and i who had misfired the whole tournament. You could see you a second guessing. easy coming from a world beat essentially in his shooting action to shaquille. O'neal the free throw line and it wasn't a surprise. It was not a surprise and it was very dog when a plane and his nation crumples because of his action. It's a well won't human beings especially one so young but that could he missed we will. The people will come back. These stronger more determined motivations but i experienced dominate for years to come. Would you prefer to go first or last in a in a in a pk. Roger the benefit of it. If i was if you know he should stay joined the world cup. Final in the huddle and manager says roy. What are you feeling I think we've really doesn't matter to me to become whatever all nation. The soil them dependent stops And i with olympic lower. I would i would say i built for they paul the my life i dreamt to representing than they should still maintain that dream. My book I write about me in chicago. The super bowl winning tee o'hara por- four. Am in the morning. Both the payton might right jim. Everybody installing the punky. Qb eight and a cool william refrigerator perry Who was just a carnival of joy. How this poster above my bed didn't liverpool and four. Am in the morning. He put his big arm around me. I was fifty. I was like dreamt america. I'd lived through the bass that that gloria to me it was. You could throw twenty years of failure so subatomic become a winner. Which personally you know. I needed my personal narrative. And william perry his own around but i whispered into way. He said dream big dreams. You can do anything if i do it. You can too which you know now. I know now working sports. I just What every athlete says to any kid. Just every cliche. They whisper to every kid when i was fifteen. William perry is telling me to move to america and And so yeah. I think we taking penalty kick when the nation needs me that just but would you prefer to go. First or last rush for america's choice America republi a job. That's the most nerve wracking woman they need to gentleman brings tonight tenacity. I don't you name me. I'm dead insight show. i wouldn't be. I would not be fun. Boy roger. that's one of the many reasons why i love you. Is you fully. Admit that. And plus you and i being part of the ball brotherhood. You give me a bill. Fly mug that. I have here in studio Just seeing just seeing the german. The german managers hair it. Just it just. It's impressive Just seeing the the the perfectly cut suits from some of these managers. Well i mean southgate's look is just amazing and then there's never a crease out of order it's just as a. I'm i'm stunned by it. I'm really just taken aback by the fashion and the pageantry as well the fashion the anthem. Pageantry the own goals. You are you were bull before trae. Young made it cool. You're a pioneer. You're gene pulled snell. The kids are doing it. But roger trae so are you saying tr. Trade is going to be one of us soon. Is that what you're saying. Why why you future tencent it how you tend younger. He's young propounded. The it's probably. I would say the best athlete in the world. I watch things i knew. So many red headed human beings like watch kevin her just feel so close to him red velvet. He represents all of the things in the newest me about people. I love how we're talking about everything a prompt book ahah it does. It doesn't know you cut me off. You caught me angry. At the jaguars. Everybody connects to the symbol of representation. We we don't support each other. We don't look at each other nope. We don't feel then each other's accomplishment. And i do want to say look trae young man i look at him and i'm like trae young. You are a king bull. You represent and all of a genuinely feeling to the fact that we are talking about other aspects other than your book though roger shows how we are in my mind it it just shows you that your book is going to touch upon so many other different things because you're iraq on terror and you're an expert on so many different things like this that you could call your shot. That trae young is already in the ball brotherhood It's i think it's just like a full circle. Quite frankly don't leave. I mean we much behind his family he is and that. Can i know in all the schools because no one. I watch and save more than that matter right now. We talk about my book yes. Russia say four americans time of glory. And i want spread the love. America's telling to genuinely not everything. Hey the we often take for granted after a couple of years of chaos and challenge. I'd fly rape kits so did i. Did i pick up. What what what you've mentioned earlier before that that william the refrigerator was part of your Your your early on process about falling in love with this country and wanting to move here did or no kidding. I'm one hundred percent william refrigerator. Perry no himalayan. I mean Really started with jonathan and jennifer hall. The movies have john lambie vice. You see crooked until that that was that was i. I was a flailing gentleman full of self loathing and no self-confidence and really miami vice yet it my been a show about two guys keeping the world safe from From the evil intent of drug cartels really not licensed animal farm. It's a book about horses. Pigs it we really manual of self confident aimed at teams around the globe. Be singular in style. Find a look stick to it. Even when you go on the drug bust the wack have law. Just where perry win cole shirt with your sleeves rolled up. New salt can a spa drill. Just always be yourself and So i think. I watched the chicago bands. They're gonna start to throw off. You'll narrative of twenty years of of a failure of wasting the career. The greatest man both the paint ever pull on your jersey bright and suddenly become a old buccaneering olf might think swaggering trish mouthing extinct team who backed up these bruce with gloria gates arguably new england patriots. Greatest quarterback in my book. -tuni- i i've watched each of these and distort from the lessons about how to be in the world and i grew up in liverpool. The greatest city in the world but liverpool was really fooling paul in the nineteen eighties. The north of england was devastated. Politically disempowered The steel mills in the coal cotton closed down in england Liverpool had no reason to be. My life is lived in black and white and it was. High unemployment was massive heroin epidemic. Savoy this kind of time of dog spy..
Senate Pressed BLM Nominee on Biden's Oil and Gas Lease Freeze
"The woman president biden has chosen to lead much of his ambitious climate agenda on. Us public lands appear before the senate today for her confirmation hearing montana environmentalist tracy stone manning has been tapped to be the next director of the bureau of land management it controls energy development and other activities on a tenth of all the land in the us. Here's npr's kirk siegler as montana's former top environmental regulator and chief of staff for that state's former democratic governor tracy stone. Manning did develop a reputation for bipartisan. Dealmaking which she repeatedly referenced in her first appearance before the us senate. I think that my career has shown that the only way to get things done in the country and specifically in the west is to work together stonings nomination marks a dramatic reversal from the agency's previous director. William perry penalty who hailed from rural wyoming in once suggested the. Us government shouldn't even own public land. She's from a liberal pocket of montana and more reflective of who's been gaining power and influence and much of the west lately people from cities. New mexico's martin. Heinrich is a senior democrat on the committee. The trump administration pulled penalties nomination before it could question him. Last year has been without a confirmed director for good reason in some cases for almost four and a half years that should not continue one day longer. Republicans though seize the opportunity to grill stone manning about president biden's freeze on new oil and gas leasing on public lands. They also argued her campaigning. Last year and a half of democrats was evidence. She's a polarizing pick. She shot back urging the committee to examine her entire career of brokering compromises. She said unheeded. Public land's battles elections can be tough. I was supporting my former boss. Governor bullock but the election is over and i will honor the outcome of that election but the ranking republican on the committee wyoming senator john barrosso said stone manning's recent tweets reveal a bias against energy companies. Ranchers loggers based on her record. I'm concerned the miss stone. Manning does not fill the bill. Her career has been defined by her support for policies that restrict multiple use activities on public lands and upper down vote on stone manning's nomination is expected in the coming days within need go before the full senate
Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"william perry" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Organ right now. So my first sports memory in life was really Devon has to return that kick. I know this much earlier. But I think the first better ever lost in life was betting on the Falcons that 28 3 games. So to poor memories, But two very great Super Bowl. Have you ever won any money betting on a Super Bowl? You know, sports gambling lived in Oregon and I'm 21 now, So this is going to be the first legal year of it. But dancer question directly. Yeah, well, listen, I'm glad man. I hope you make up for all of those. Those those elves. It's time to do it. Thank you, Adam. Let's go out the rocky top and talk to Gary Gary on CBS Sports Radio. They are never great show by you, buddy. Hey, my favorite All time Super Bowl moment was my favorite all time player, William the refrigerator Perry rumbling like a G H caterpillar bulldozer into the zone for a touchdown. Defensive guys score the test and damn it. I love it. Thank you. J R Thank you, Gary for calling up from Rocky top. He got right to it. He brought back a good bears memory. And not just Hester and not just Grossman. John is calling up from Southern California. Go ahead, John. Let's go on J. R. Is your service service member calls from last night? But Recalled one of my favorite ones with a buddy getting upset about the Falcons taking their early lead on watch. I was on deployment back and 1017. And you thought this man, you know, I just got his dog kick. There's something when Pictures, but we're about to lose. And then they came back. Middle of the watch. You know, we're on the other side of the world and this dude was going crazy. Have a good night, man. Thank you so much as well, John and all the time. Thank you for your service. Tony from Toronto. You're going to get the last word here. Tony, What's your favorite Super Bowl moment? J. R. You remember Super Bowl 20? Chicago, New England. William Perry at the one yard line, get the touchdown over the top in New England. All right. Well, thank you, Tony for calling from Toronto. He hit it. He had the last word, and he's just like, boom. They're itwas. At least we ended on onto solid bears notes. Started that ugly one would Grossman. That wasn't that Rex Grossman had to have been like one of the worst quarterbacks to ever start. A Super Bowl game shows you how much that How great that defense wasn't you had Hester was pretty much offense all by himself on special teams. Listen, folks, we're going to take a break and thank you to everyone who called up and gave me their their top Super Bowl moment. And thank you to the first caller who reminded me that. Yes, I saw Janet Jackson at the Super Bowl top came off and He was that church. He reminded me how awful that I am. I joke. I joke. I joke. You're listening to the J. R sport re show right here on CBS Sports Radio. We will take a break right now and we come back. We're gonna have a conversation. With someone who was on the Patriots all decade team someone who was a captain and let's see if he goes back to the Patriots next year. It's Lawrence guy. I'm going to ask him about Bella check Brady, etcetera. Don't move is the general sport re show? CBS sports radio Saving Money can seem daunting. So most of the time we don't think about it. And since we don't want to think about saving, we don't.
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"william perry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Markets are also keeping an eye on Tuesdays runoff elections in Georgia, which will determine whether Republicans or Democrats have the upper hand in the U. S. Senate. Scott Horsley. NPR NEWS Washington You're listening to NPR news. This is W n my see in New York on Shawn Carlson. Starting today, more people in New York are eligible to receive the covert 19 vaccine. Our patient and ambulatory care providers, dentists and physical therapists are some of the groups that can now get inoculated. Mayor de Blasio says this will ensure more people are protected. We want to keep expanding those categories. The more people that we can reach quickly, the better, the more options. We have to spread out the effort and make sure the vaccinations happened where they're most possible, the better off we will be. So far about 100 and 10,000. New York City residents have been vaccinated even though the city received four times as many doses. Other groups that can now get shots include testing site workers, Contact tracers and NYPD Medical staff. Home care in hospice workers will be eligible starting next Monday. Has grown a virus cases increase. Governor Cuomo is shifting guidance on when to shutter schools across New York WCC's Jessica Gould reports. Cuomo's original plan called for closing K through 12 schools when a region's positivity rate topped 9%. But as more communities cross that threshold, he says, schools can stay open as long as positivity rates inside. Schools are lower than the surrounding areas. So far, infections within schools appear to be low. If this Children are safer in the school. Then they are on the streets of the community. Then. Children should be in school, Cuomo says. Beyond that, he's leaving it up to individual district's to decide. New York's covert rent believe program is reopened. That's after less than half of the $100 million in federal really aid had been given out to applicants in the first entry period. The state risk losing the funding of the application period. It was not re opened. In order to apply, residents must be able to prove financial losses due to covet and household income has to be below 80% of the medium. Relief is available to cover April 2020 through July of 2020 applicants denied in the first, Inter appeared do not need to apply again. Applications will be accepted until February, 1st Tonight. We're looking at partly cloudy skies temperatures in the mid to high thirties you're listening to W and my C at 406. Support for NPR comes from Amazon studios with the film herself from the director of the Iron Lady comes a story of a young mother, who, against all odds creates a home for her daughter's with unexpected help starts January 8th on prime video. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Elsa Chang in Los Angeles. And from Washington. I'm Audie Cornish. We're gonna start with this fact The U. S military has no role in the electoral process. And yet President Trump and his former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, have suggested that armed forces could be used to help the president overturn the results of the election that he lost. And the speculation around their interest in this false notion. So concerned all 10 living former secretaries of defense, they felt the need to band together to remind the American public that Trump lost and that the military does not involve itself in U. S elections. Among the authors of this Washington Post op ed former Defense secretary Chuck Hagel. He joins us now welcome back to all things considered. Thanks, Charlie. Former U. S. Defense Secretary William Perry said on Twitter that the idea from this originated with former Vice President Dick Cheney. Was there a particular moment comment from this president or his allies in recent weeks that compelled you to sign on. Well, I think it's a combination of things, certainly the very loose Dangerous, erratic talk about imposing the Insurrection Act and military law in this country, which the press reported, in fact, did take place in conversations in the Oval Office with the president his the president's behavior the last month since the elections. I think I alighted in the last 24 hours by the tape that was released that that clearly indicated he was not only browbeating but threatening. Republican secretary of state of Georgia to turn that election around. I want to jump in because the insurrection act, which you just mentioned, I think, is what has been referenced publicly. By Michael Flynn. He's fresh off a pardon from President From President Trump. And here was Flynn talking on the trump Allied Newsmax within the swing states if he wanted to, He could take military capabilities and he could place him in those states and basically rerun. Election in each of those states. I mean, it's not impressive that I mean these people out there talking about martial law is like it's something that we've never done. We've done martial law has been instituted 64. 64 times. Now he's talking about it in reference to election, but correct me if I'm wrong. The few times the federal government has deployed military to a city or county has been during a major civil unrest, usually during the civil rights period or in the case of racial desegregation of schools. Does the fact that you signed a letter knocking down? The suggestion means you worry that Flynn and others are lending credence to it. Well, the fact is, just as you said. What General, Flynn said is just not accurate. We have never used the military. Whether was through, um The Insurrection Act or declaring martial law to rerun elections. And that's what that's what General Flynn is talking about. And that's what the conversation was all about in the Oval Office with President Trump that's never been done that be unprecedented where democracy or a nation of laws And we have to maintain that That's just that's a cord of our strength. With us being illegal order. And if that's the case, wouldn't someone like, say the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley, hear it? Well, the commander in chief is in charge obviously of a military of our executive offices if he gave an order Which would.
"william perry" Discussed on X96
"Want to find that I listen to the whole thing. I you, did you? Yeah, I listen to the hour I had to. Oh, easy. 25th amendment. That's all I could say. What is it saying, and this is telling All 10. Living. Former defense secretaries. All right. These are Republicans and Democrats and this by the way, I believe was spearheaded by Dick Cheney. Very conservative. Former second he was a vice president. But before he was the vice president, he was secretary of Defense. Dick Cheney. So this was spearheaded by Dick Cheney. All 10 living. Former defense secretaries have delivered a warning to President Trump. This is you should kill you. I mean, actual verse Trump. As you listen to Trump try to wheedle with the with the Damn Secretary of State of Georgia. It's kind of amusing. It's so stupid and and and ineffectual. But this They have delivered a warning to President Trump in an op ed, denouncing the possibility of the military becoming involved in the current election dispute, which means that has been floated out there. Piece that's been discussed. There's a lot of things at play here. We've also got our aircraft carriers off by Iran. You know, because one of the places possibly going to be well, we're attacking Iran because they're bad. They attack They're going to attack us. So we're going to stop that. And now I have to declare martial law because So that's him. You 10 Defense secretaries, both Republican and Democrat didn't mention Trump's name in the editorial, but clearly it was intended for the president to heed their measures. Message quote. Our elections have occurred recounts an audit audits have been conducted. Appropriate challenges have been addressed by the courts. Governors have certified the results and the electoral college has voted the time for questioning The results. Has passed these a secretaries of defense said efforts to involve the U. S armed forces in resolving election disputes would take us into dangerous, unlawful and unconscious. Tutu sh Inal territory These secretaries of defense listed Ashton Carter, Dick Cheney, William Cohen, Mark Esper, Robert Gates, Chuck Hagel, James Mattis. Leon Panetta, William Perry and Donald Rumsfeld. Both Madison Esper worked under Trump. And, Yeah, And Mitt Romney says this'll isn't the good eye. This is a egregious ploy that the president is Is trying to do here. Master of understatement, Mitt Romney. It's an agreement's ploy thing, something at least he's saying so. And Russia. As a 15,000 mile per hour nuclear missile. That can beat any defense and destroy Texas Now why they want to destroy Texas. I'm not door or what are they waiting for Her? That's my question. All right, That's it. Shall we go to traffic? I will do will do sports in a second. Whether so.
"william perry" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"All heard about that recorded conversation? It was, yes, certainly the voice of desperation most certainly that And it was a ball above face old abuse of power by the president of the United States. Meanwhile, in an extraordinary rebuke, all 10 living former secretaries of defense or Cautioning against any move to involve the military and pursuing claims of election fraud, arguing it would take the country into quote dangerous, unlawful and unconstitutional. Territory of the group of Republicans and Democrats wrote civilian and military officials who Director carry out such measures would be held accountable, including potentially facing criminal penalties for the grave consequences of their actions on our Republic. The opinion article in the Post signed by Dick Cheney, William Perry, Donald Rumsfeld. William Cohen, Robert Gates, Leon Panetta, Chuck Hagel, Ash Carter, James Mattis and Mark Esper. The first patient in the UK has received the Oxford University AstraZeneca vaccine 82 year old Brian Pinker got the shot early Monday morning at the Church Hill Hospital. The any chest is the first health service to in the world to deploy the AstraZeneca vaccine. It's the on Lee one approved. That can be stored at fridge Temperatures. That is good news for poorer countries here in the U. S. Officials with Operation Warp Speed acknowledged the slow rollout of vaccines with the death toll climbing past 350,000. The most of any country, according to Johns Hopkins University, while more than 20 million nationwide have been infected President Trump Tweeting. The numbers are being exaggerated. But Dr Anthony Fauci and his surgeon general doctor Drome Adams, both pushed back telling ABC News and CNN. The numbers are actually probably higher. Well, the death are real death. I mean, all you need to do is to go out into the trenches. Go to the hospitals see what the health care workers are dealing with. They are under very stressed situations in many areas of the country. The hospital beds of stretched people are running out of beds running out of trained personnel who are exhausted right now. That's real. That's not fake. That's real from the pulp from a public health perspective, I have no reason to doubt those numbers, and I think people need to be very aware that it's not just about the death as we talked about earlier. It's about the hospitalizations the capacity. These cases are having an impact in and of Ray of ways. And people need to understand that there's the finish line in sight. But we've got to keep running towards that Arizona Sunday, reporting a one day record of more than 17,200 new cases, eclipsing the previous mark, a set in early December of just 12,000. Officials say the jump appears to reflect infections from holiday gatherings and a reporting lag over New Year's weekend. North Carolina and Texas reporting record numbers in the hospital. Nearly 3600 and 12,500, respectively. For behind the scenes Look at a FN go to a FN. Now calm Reach out to me on Twitter or Facebook. Any time limit Macrae talk, use the hashtag A FN and follow the show, too. On Twitter. At a F and now let's hear from one of our sponsors..
"william perry" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"It was yes, certainly the voice of desperation. Most certainly that And it was a ball above face old abuse of power by the president of the United States. Meanwhile, in an extraordinary rebuke, all 10 living former secretaries of defense are Cautioning against any move to involve the military and pursuing claims of election fraud, arguing it would take the country into quote dangerous, unlawful and unconstitutional. Territory of the group of Republicans and Democrats wrote civilian and military officials who Director carry out such measures would be held accountable, including potentially facing criminal penalties for the grave consequences of their actions on our republic. The opinion article in The Post signed by Dick Cheney, William Perry, Donald Rumsfeld, William Cohen, Robert Gates, Leon Panetta, Chuck Hagel, Ash Carter, James Mattis and Marc Caspar. The first patient in the UK has received the Oxford University AstraZeneca vaccine 82 year old Brian Pinker got the shot early Monday morning at the Church Hill Hospital. NHS is the first health service to in the world to deploy the AstraZeneca vaccine. It's the on Lee one approved that can be stored at FRIDGE temperatures. That is good news for poorer countries here in the U. S. Officials with Operation Warp Speed acknowledged the slow rollout of vaccines with the death toll climbing past 350,000. The most of any country, according to Johns Hopkins University, while more than 20 million nationwide have been infected President Trump Tweeting. The numbers are being exaggerated. But Dr Anthony Fauci and his surgeon general doctor Drome Adams, both pushed back telling ABC News and CNN. The numbers are actually probably higher. Well, the death are real death. I mean, all you need to do is to go out into the trenches. Go to the hospitals see what the health care workers are dealing with. They are under very stressed situations in many areas of the country. The hospital beds of stretched people are running out of beds running out of trained personnel who are exhausted right now. That's real. That's not fake. That's real. From the pulp from a public health perspective. I have no reason to doubt those numbers, and I think people need to be very aware that it's not just about the death as we talked about earlier. It's about the hospitalizations the capacity. These cases are having an impact in an array of ways, and people need to understand that there's a finish line in sight. But we've got to keep running towards that in Arizona Sunday, reporting a one day record of more than 17,200 new cases, eclipsing the previous Marcus set in early December of just 12,000. Officials say the jump appears to reflect infections from holiday gatherings and reporting lag over New Year's weekend. North Carolina and Texas reporting record numbers in the hospital. Nearly 3600 and 12,500, respectively, for behind the scenes Look at a FN go to a FN. Now calm reach out to me on Twitter or Facebook. Anytime I met Matt Ray talk, use the hashtag A FN and follow the show, too. On Twitter. At a F N Now let's hear from one of our sponsors..
Bloomberg Radio New York
"william perry" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Don't look well I want to do is this by just one of find Uh, 11,780 Vote, which is one more that we have. Which shit? And he says there's nothing wrong with him saying you re calculated think it's possible that they shredded ballots in Fulton County, because that's what the rumor is, and also that Dominion took out regimes and then directly threatening. You know what they did, and you're not reporting it. That's it. You know, that's a criminal. That's a criminal offense. And you know you can't let that happen. That's that's a big risk to you. And to Ryan, your lawyer. That's a big risk. So that's a direct threat for criminal liability If they don't find the votes for him, Secretary Rapids Burger responded after the tirade is quote. The challenge that you have is that the data you have is wrong. And The Washington Post has published a letter from all 10 living former U. S defense secretaries, saying the election is over all 10 from Republican and Democratic administrations. Dick Cheney, James Mattis, Mark Esper, Leon Panetta. Donald Graham's field Rumsfield, William Cone, Chuck Hagel, Robert Gates, William Perry and Ashton Carter. All 10. And now some Republicans say, maybe undermining the Republican turnout on the special election day in two days. Raffles, Berger says they expect a huge turnout in this. We're expecting a big turnout on Tuesday. Yeah. And Wednesday is the day the U. S. Congress will certify the votes for the Electoral College. Nancy Pelosi has been re elected House speaker is a new session of Congress commenced. She want a more narrow majority progressives argued for a new generation of leadership. China is saying it is hoping to develop a dialogue with the U. S. In the new year, Bloomberg's Tom Mackenzie, says Foreign Minister Wang, he says There definitely is a window. We the Chinese will ready to sit down and talk. We're ready. Tow start constructive dialogue. We want to have good relations with the United States. He calls it a window of hope, saying that to have the face very difficult relations and after strong complaints last week from many corners of the rollout of the vaccine was way behind schedule in the U. S. Dr Anthony Fauci. Today on ABC says he feels that it is catching up. Not where we want to be little it no doubt about that. But I think we can get there. If we really accelerate, get some momentum going and see what happens. As we get into the first couple of weeks of January, But he says federal government has to cooperate now with the state Senate has to be mutual in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. This is numbered. Brian Edward, Thanks very much swishing a pretty big sell off here in the Chinese telecom companies. You talked about the de listing in the United States down about 3 to 5% for China Mobile and You know, common telecom now the oils to also down about 4 to 5%. All right, let's get to sport. Athletico Madrid stays atop La Liga Dan Schwartz means got the story. Dan Yeah, Brian. They do they get past the lava is 2 to 1 Luis Suarez, scoring the winner in the 90th minute to do so. Meanwhile, Barcelona moves up They haven't now they've now they've gone..
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Trump To Withdraw Polarizing Nominee To Lead Bureau Of Land Management
"The Trump Administration is withdrawing its controversial nominee to lead the Federal Bureau of Land Management. William Perry Pendley has been leading the bureau for a year, but critics say he spent his career legally challenging the
A Lawsuit Seeks The Removal Of The Directors For Park Service And BLM
"A lawsuit filed today seeks the removal of the controversial acting directors for two federal agencies. The agencies are in charge of millions of acres of public land energy development and the country's national parks. Npr's Kirk siegler reports the National Park Service and the Bureau of Land Management Have Not had permanent Senate confirmed directors for the entire trump presidency. That's a violation of the Constitution which requires Senate oversight of these key positions according to a lawsuit filed by to Washington DC and Idaho based conservation groups. And they're just a freewheeling detouring around the constitution in allowing these lower level political appointees to be running a show Peter Jenkins is senior counsel for Public Employees Environmental Responsibility the overall pattern is to weaken the environmental bureaus and allow state interests in private extractive industry interest particularly in the case of Bureau land-management to be able to call the shots. This lawsuit is the latest to shine light on the trump administration's unprecedented use of acting agency. Heads but the group's suing have long been suspicious of William Perry pen-li in particular leading the B. M. His temporary appointment has been extended now five times since taking over the agency last summer. Penalty once advocated for transferring ownership of the very public lands. He now manages over two states and private interests but in a recent interview. Pen-li told me that is not part of president trump's agenda regardless of what I've said in the past the one thing is clear is I'm a marine. I understand how to follow. Orders follow orders in this case in a statement the trump administration called the lawsuit that seeks to oust penalty and David Vella the park service. Baseless and a distraction as the park service in particular is trying to safely reopen national parks during the corona virus. Pandemic Kirk Siegler. Npr News Boise.
Bureau of Land Management Defends Move to Oil-And-Gas Town in Colorado
"The idea had been floated for years but President. Trump is actually doing it is administration is moving the headquarters of the Bureau of land management the Federal Agency that oversees drilling mining and recreation on about a tenth of all land in the US. The agency's main foot main office is now in a traditional oil and gas town in Colorado. Npr's Kirk siegler reports the new headquarters a long way from Washington DC. Like nine thousand nine hundred miles to the small western Colorado City of Grand Junction here. It's impossible to ignore. You are surrounded by federal public. Land the towering Mesas Red Rock Canyons and the Colorado National Monument Lobby the Acting Director William Perry penalty caught flack after announcing the move because of the other tenants in this office building their Chevron upstairs and on the main floor right next to the BLM's new glass entryway Colorado's lead oil and gas lobbying firm. You can't help but notice when you walk in. This office is right next to the Colorado oil and gas the Kogo Office and I'm just thankful it's not a marijuana dispensary. There's no dearth of pot shops around here but the agency says it's also hard to find an office space where the industry doesn't have a presence. Grand Junction is surrounded by public lands. That produce a lot of oil and natural gas. You know frankly. Let's be real. The oil patch can always afford to fly to Washington and sit down with somebody in Washington. The people can't do it farmers and ranchers and people from small community and county commissioners in a crisp wight Western shirt and Black Bolo tie the six-foot-five pen-li says the General Services Administration found this space. I think the more important story is that were out here. Were in the local community and locals can come and see us and we're just a you know a short drive away from a lot of people who would never think of flying to Washington. Dc to sit down with the director for penalty. This move is about decentralizing the US government the seventy four year old attorney spent most of his career at the Conservative Mountain states legal foundation re challenged the BLM in cases representing miners ranchers and recently Utah counties who fought bears. Ears National Monument. Some Westerners have long complained that the agencies leaders in Washington are disconnected with rural resource dependent communities here in Grand Junction Mesa County. Commissioner Rose Puglisi pushed hard for the relocation we have great relationships with our local field offices but ultimately we've learned that the decisions are made in Washington DC where they don't really even know where Mesa County is or the impacts of their decisions on our economy. Puglisi is a Republican but there has been some bipartisan support in Colorado Anyway for the relocation in part because the government is moving higher paying leadership. Jobs out here but mostly. Democrats and many conservationists are fighting this. They lost a bid to strip funding for the move but they did convince the Government Accountability Office to launch an inquiry. A lot of people come here like walk. Dogs defined right in activist and environmental filmmaker. Cody Perry is in. Bangs Canyon is a popular recreation site just to the edge of the Grand Junction sprawl. Is this public lands. That belongs to not just the people here in this county but all Americans he points out that the vast majority of BLM staff is already living and working full time in the rural west any worries that removing leaders from the halls of power and DC will turn the agency into a backwater. But he thinks that's by design. I think it's an absolute effort to undermine and dismantle an agency where essentially removing institutionalized knowledge that is being basically dismantled by industry actors. That's crazy talk. There's no other way to say back at the. Blm's still mostly empty offices near the city's Small Airport Acting Director William Perry pen-li says if anything the BIELEMA staffing up to carry out the administration's public land's agenda. Why in the world would we fire? People are dismantling agency this critical to accomplish your goals like energy independence like increasing recreational access like decreasing the likelihood of wildfires all across the West but for the third straight year. President trump has proposed. Cutting the agency's budget penalty hopes to have up to forty staff here by the end of March around the time that is temporary appointment. Expires Kirk Siegler. Npr News Grand