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Bugha becomes the first esports pro to sign with Gary V’s VaynerGaming

The Esports Minute

00:59 min | 6 months ago

Bugha becomes the first esports pro to sign with Gary V’s VaynerGaming

"Buba after winning the widely publicized event. BOOB, whose real name is Kyle, gears, dwarf with for being a decent fortnight player to what are the faces of the game? He parlayed that success in a partnerships with major brands like Samsung and five below Bainer. Gaming came out. Firings announced Buca has signed a long-term exclusive streaming deal with twitch, and re upped his contract with the Sentinel's Eze. Sports Organization He. He represented at the Fortnight World Cup. Having more outside representation eastwards is good for everyone involved and having an outspoken proponent Gary v is good as well in call of duty, Gaby's other properties, surging as well while the inaugural year

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Keri Roberts - Takeaways from 100+ Voice Technology Podcast Interviews

Future Ear Radio

09:31 min | 11 months ago

Keri Roberts - Takeaways from 100+ Voice Technology Podcast Interviews

"So we're joined here today by Kerrie Roberts Caritas a little bit about who you are and what you do thank you dave. I'm so excited to be here so I like to say that I am a brand. I'm a marketer and I'm a community builder So I work for myself and a company called Brandon connection and one of my main clients is voice summit so I help them with their podcasting strategy as well as lead their marketing for their big event. That'll be in October. That's awesome so I've gotten to know Carey. She actually brought me on the inside voice. Podcast that's Sort of like where. Our relationship started and I just think that it's so cool. Because outside of this podcast that she does she has her own podcast. And then I know that she's the host of another podcast. So podcasting is sort of in her life blood and I think that I've learned a lot personally from her. Just the way that she goes about it in post production in the way. That she disseminates podcast. She doesn't really like thoughtful in a meaningful way. And I think that it's incredibly It's a it's a really good way. I think to to build a network and help to connect that network. I know that's kind of a big theme for you and so I'm curious like You know I wanted to bring you on to talk about your experience on the inside voice. Podcast go through some of the different episodes that you've done in the different guests that you've had but like as you've gotten immersed into this world with like so many of us kind of have In you've done it as like being this conduit of Understanding like who people are different. Facets you've actually probably gotten a really wide education you know into the whole voice landscapes on curious like from this first year or so that you've really started to get involved into the space would have been some of your like macro takeaways You know in in things that you've learned since doing this. Yeah well again. Thank you for the kind words I appreciate it. I've been personally podcasting for a little over five years. And I took over the inside voice podcast and leading their strategy and hosting and kind of running it as their form of content marketing and one of the things that Pete Erickson the owner of waste summit that he and I share. Is this love for connection and community and to really showcase the diverse community that we have in voice technology and when I say diverse that means not only male female Or whatever gender you identify as Lgbtq Q Different races different backgrounds but also different elements within voice. So you know it's not just developers or CEO's it's linguists. It's audio engineers. It's voice artists It's startups it's conversational designers. And so my job is to really make sure that we're hitting the gamut as best as possible And I think we're doing that. I think we're doing that. Not only in the podcast that the events that we host And so for me. I personally love hearing what people are passionate about. What makes them great for every episode? I really tried to highlight them as a person first and foremost And then the work that they do within voice and so. I think you know one of the things that I've noticed kind of overdoing that podcast for the last year or so Is that you know first of all. There's so many people involved in voice and that it's important for us to learn the different things that they're doing And so within that also comes the importance of inclusivity with invoice. You know talking to people and saying okay election. Google tend to be a female voice when not everybody wants to hear that or identifies with that or feels comfortable with that You know when you're creating conversations are you including people in how they speak within their culture within their language translation is not always direct word for word. It's also the vernacular and how do we interact with people Are you including people who have disabilities? Who HAVE SPEECH IMPEDIMENTS? You know that I think really thinking about voice in a broader term And really the big question is how do we include the whole world and make them feel leg? They matter and that they can interact with voice. on a global scale. And that's that's not an easy answer but it's great to see that people are doing their due diligence to work on that and I think that's probably the biggest takeaway from the voice standpoint When we're looking at the other side from the consumer standpoint The challenge there is security and this is something I think people have heard about for a long time Of course people talk about well You know your mobile phones already have enough information on you. Are you worrying about Voice But you know there is concern when you're asking people to use their voice for passwords You know how easy is it for somebody to hack into something to take your important information? Your data your privacy and there is a very high level of concern from a consumer standpoint of. How are the big companies doing this? How are Amazon Google and Samsung Keeping the data protected but also every single person. That's doing voice if you are a startup or you own an agency or you're doing it on your own you know how are you proving to your clients and consumers that you're keeping their data and their information safe and it won't get hacked into. Yeah you've touched on a lot of different things there. I think first and foremost it's it's really cool that Because that is something that I've noticed about your podcast is. It's really really diverse and it's just like you said it's not necessarily like just the people but it's also their backgrounds in their interest. Because I think that one of the biggest takeaways that I had when I went to these different shows like I went to the Alexa conference which is now project voice and then I went to voice. Summit Was just a wide variety of different people. Like kind of coming into the space for different things just like you said like people with a linguist background developers designers. So I think it's so cool that it is like this melting pot and I think that the most insightful I think findings that people have come across. Have been when you have like this. Crossover like you have. People that are applying everything that they know in the linguistics world. And then you have the conversational designers that are coming in and when they're all starting to fuse their knowledge together. I think that's where some of the most interesting thing has come about. And you know going off of the point that you made around security and privacy. I think it's really important that this is something. That is a really centric to the whole conversation. Right now I think it's top of mind that a lot of people are realizing that like I think a lot of the people that are attending. These kind of conferences are They share the same sentiments. You know they are concerned about Where's the state of going? What is this data going to be used for? Are we comfortable with sharing the level of this data like I still go back to a the first Alexa conference that I went to where Brian Rahmani was speaking? And my big thing that I kept coming back to like. He kept saying that will need to have these like really deep relationships with voice assistance in order for them to be more impactful So therefore they're going to need a like a deeper level contextual understanding about the user but I feel like that's that runs counter to trust and security so like I'm only going to be able to. I'm only going to be comfortable with sharing the sensitive information that would make my voice assistant In even better assistant if I if I trust all of that so I totally agree with you that I think those are really critical pieces like as the formative period of time while technologies being built so I wanted to Because you've done so many podcasts. In you've brought on so many awesome guests. I thought that what would be kind of fun to do. While you're on here is to go through some of the different episodes that you've done In just go guest by guest in just have you share like either a key takeaway something you learned from that person or just something that you really enjoyed about that person in the conversation are you. Of course I would love to do that. Okay so I know that you shared today on on linked in or twitter. I saw it somewhere about the media people and so. I've had a chance to meet Claire Mitchell and Patrick. So let's start with Patrick. I know that you've done an episode with him. Patrick Gibbons GimMe something from that episode. Yeah I think you know I just WANNA say Intermedia. A lot of people got into voice because of Gary Chalk myself included the sub. Where I I heard about it. And there's so much hype about Gary and he's an amazing person but I think we really want to that. The people on his team are equally as amazing an equally as passionate And Patrick Really he's excited about stuff on the go here bowls a lot of the space that your in specifically And he also Kinda came from an artistic background and I love that he is willing to kind of reach out and say. Hey if you guys have questions like let's collaborate. Let's interact and so it's not just about okay. We're Bainer media and we're going to do our own thing it's like. We WANNA work with everybody and so I love that he kind of mixes his artistic background his ability to connect with others and then his personal passion within boys about how. It's going to be so much more on the go how we're going to be using curable and what that's going to look like

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Patrick Givens discusses what sets Vaynersmart apart in the Voice space

Inside VOICE

02:11 min | 1 year ago

Patrick Givens discusses what sets Vaynersmart apart in the Voice space

"There has become now a lot of voice agencies in the last few years what do you think makes banners smart unique within the space. I come back to onto the various started. This where it's we are born out of a broader not just advertising agency Z.. But a broader marketing company. And we're here to solve some of this fundamental business and marketing problems and so I think a lot of our colleagues around the voice space other agencies do really nice design were some of them put out some really cool experiences. I'd like to thank and I think we've been investment to say that are designed development capabilities are right up there on bar with the very best spent Since I've been here for years now investing heavily in that making it a core focus but in addition to building and designing really good experiences. We also have this broader agency and company around us that can be really powerful both and driving discovery which I think we all here as a a big want in the voice base that you can build very thing ever but unless you make people aware of that in the right moment it's tricky to drive engagement and then so we have a built in solution on that end and then more broadly thinking about that role that voice experience glazed within a broader product or marketing system. I mean I think again any company can take that more strategic coming in the differences. We're we're actually practitioners along that broader marketing ecosystem as well so whether that's being able to tap in some of my colleagues Bainer on the media side of house and when we haven't experienced coming up understand what are some of the most efficient ways to actually drive at discovery and with the right audiences or if it's about topping into the broader UNCREATIVE and strategy teams might understand a really old consumer journey for one of our clients and be able to help pinpoint the moments where we could address a real need with with a voice experience. It's just thinking of this not in isolation but instead as part of an overall brand system which ultimately is how user going to experience it so we look at that has our had a big competitive difference that expertise but also integration with the broader system.

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Voice on the Go with Patrick Givens, VP Head of Vaynersmart at Vaynermedia

Inside VOICE

04:44 min | 1 year ago

Voice on the Go with Patrick Givens, VP Head of Vaynersmart at Vaynermedia

"Or smart is part of Bainer media which were those. That don't know is led by Gary Vein or Chuck and Gary always talking about where the consumer's attention is his and he spoke about voice a while back and in fact it was an interview. He did that got me. I interested in the voice world. Why did Bainer media choose to start a voice attack division with banner smart so the way that you phrased the question is in and of itself kind of the answer there from the started? We've just had our tenure anniversary convenor media and had really since very beginning the lifeblood years in wear is consumer attention talk about wears it underpriced. Where can be better addressed rest and used as a marketing channel business channel in a way that it's under used by the rest of the market and that's what led US initially to focus in a lot of social media channels and more broadly across digital marketing? To where we are today which is truly a full service agency and just about four years ago. I came over here here to start vader smart and it was with the ambition of figuring out okay in addition to what channels were operating on well today in today for years ago where else whilst we expect consumer attention to move next and what are the channels that are really gonNA matter for CI- ultimate for our own businesses in terms of reaching consumers. How they're going to discover new products? That are GONNA use products. Purchasing repurchase and voice leaped out to US amidst field of different emerging channels largely because it meets a true consumer need in that for the right use cases faster. It's hands free. It's easier and so when experiences are designed properly early and we're thinking about the right content for the media it can provide a real benefit faster. Easier tends to win out. We see a lot heading there and then from our our side. It's a tremendous place to play. It's one way or there hasn't been as much of a legacy of some bad habits. Necessarily as we might see other channels that were excited to work with the platforms with some of our clients or interested in being on the forefront here and build out what we are some really useful design models. And now Patrick. I know you personally went to school for English language and literature and did a lot of writing and your career. What brought you to the voice tech world and Wyatt Bainer Smart? I've I've got a kind of odd convoluted CV that look it up. Lifted if you like but absolute axiom out as a poetry major university Maryland and my my first question was what is a poetry major do and it turns out what I did was by my way to New York and kind of stumbled into advertising and working across some account account management some strategy and some copyright in the early days more in traditional channels works through a number of agencies here in New York until I landed finally an and innovations consulting role and that was less around tech innovation. Actually more around new brand development tried to develop new markets and new products and in that work. A lot of what we were doing was not just future facing but even a little bit of horizon so we might have been thinking for a client while it is five to ten years out by the time. New Brand or product were conceiving is actually GonNa be in market and reaching sort of its full potential doing that work I got to know some on new technology platforms one of which was around connect the technologies they are kind of a a database connected object. So if you imagine every soda bottle in the world or every shirt from manufacturer each of those could have a unique digital identity and against those entities you could basically program content that consumers consumers might interact with over mobile future maybe over voice that was the mindset that I was learning as we're developing these new products and increasingly started thinking about about. What was the marketing teacher? There then concurrently. Gary was in the market to start what he was thinking of as an it division. He again in a new set of technologies that he really didn't think we're going to change the way people interacted with brands and products and so wanted to start developing market capabilities or or figure out what the marketing opportunities going to be so that put us in kind of common space coming from different directions. Gary saw a market opportunity in wanted to build an agency. Crap is there. I was coming from a more traditional agency background but starting to see that some of our old tricks of big TV ads above the line. Campaigns campaigns didn't seem super effective even in this world at that point maybe five six years ago and so what was going to be. The new way to engage. Consumers voice really leaped out there along with other connected technology so that brought me over here and in two thousand sixteen nights. Banner

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Apple, Huntington Beach And Robert Bainer discussed on Sean Hannity

Sean Hannity

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Apple, Huntington Beach And Robert Bainer discussed on Sean Hannity

"But the message on one users apple watch safe after being lost at sea for six months. Robert bainer lost his watch while body surfing in Huntington Beach, California, he told a local news outlet that his apple watch was his good luck charm. So after he lost it he turned on lost mowed through the find my iphone app, which puts the user's phone number and message that the device was lost on the face of the digital device months later. He got a call from someone who found his watch while looking for shells, along the beach, noting it was still in working condition, and it was discovered just three miles from where it was lost. It just had a little Hayes on the screen from the salt water, but all the apps were still there and working the apple watch is water resistant, but the company stopped shy of saying, it's waterproof, only it can withstand

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Amazon cargo plane crash: Investigators search for black box

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Amazon cargo plane crash: Investigators search for black box

"On on KNX. Investigators looking for more evidence trying to track down exactly what caused the deadly crash of a Boeing seven sixty seven cargo plane crashed into a bainer Houston over the weekend. All three on board were killed the B says the plane went down nose. First question is how can an aircraft get into a very steep nose down attitude that quickly and that is exactly what we are here to find out. We are here to find out why that aircraft descended rapidly into the ground. One body has been. Discovered the plane was traveling from Miami to Houston when it

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"bainer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"bainer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"HD two Milford show you baby wondering where should I invest my money in two thousand nineteen because I'd like to start maybe working for myself. Don't laugh it could be in the self storage business because those things are popping out of the ground. Like weeds have been for about the last ten years. But is it outpacing the need for storage? I've got a guy right now. Who says no it probably is something you ought to look at. Here's a guy that understands self storage inside out. His name is Kyle bainer. And he's running his own company, self storage company. And apparently, it's doing very very well. And he's standing by on the celebrity hotline. Kyle thanks for joining us. So the self storage industry, and I'm going back. Maybe twenty years ago seemed to be a booming kind of thing it was in large part new in particularly some of the more. Well, kept facilities were very attractive. You could have twenty four hour access your own combination lock. It was secure. They had cameras everywhere. But it seems like at a certain point everybody wanted to get into this industry is it over saturated at this point. Yeah. No. That's right. I mean, it's been certainly than booming bass, you know, an interesting data twenty-five built a billion quirky storage. Then just eight years the next billion square feet. And so two thousand eighteen seventeen were record ears for construction Dortch than it, certainly. I'm an industry where a lot of people are saying as a nice value. Add another living situation the store the things that they don't use every day. Make use of real estate their home. Whatever it is that they own and pay high dollar for because.

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"bainer" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"bainer" Discussed on 710 WOR

"It is open line Friday, eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two sometimes a picture is worth. They say how many words, well, I can't do pictures for you. But I can describe them side by side comparison on CNN and reporting the change in speakership on Pelosi headline Trump and Pelosi face off an epic power struggle. The most powerful people in Washington, we'll meet for the first time as president and speaker. There's every chance things won't go. Well. I searched for the day. John bainer took the speakership from Pelosi. I see from in speaker and waiting Boehner. A John bainer agrees to see eager to see this institution survive policy wins democratic leadership fight Obama calls banner after GOP win house majority president's critics powerful inside or little known outside the beltway. That's the coverage. Most powerful woman in Washington. DC epic power struggle with banner. Open line Friday Cheryl in river forest, Illinois. Welcome to the Rush Limbaugh show has taught Herman filling in Hello, Cheryl. You're doing great. Thank you. On tate. I have a question about the fundraiser, Brian military guy that is doing a go fund me on the border and has over eighteen million dollars raised her ready. My question is what happens if we come up with every penny that we the people. What will they do? Now any do and the downs. And maybe even go fund me. Well, they try to do something like Facebook. Oh, oh, yeah. I mean, I think that that's a it's it's probably a near certainty that go fund me tries to block that somehow it begins to reach that that portion of the of the goal or fifty percent, by the way, the guy who organized that has as a coffee company, very very accomplished guy. He was targeted by Facebook and Twitter from some websites. He owned I talked to him about that. So that's a good point. But let me ask you this. Do you think the Democrats if the money came in it was donated to the treasury donated and earmarked for the wall? Do you think the Democrats to say, oh, well, we lost that round? And they got the five billion. So I guess they can they can they can build that wall. I I don't know. I'm like, I just my friend. And I were talking about this morning in it just blows my mind. I mean, I thought you I wouldn't be surprised if we came up with the money, that's the thing. But will they just try to pull some trip out of a hat to try to stop it? Yeah. The government is for the people, right? You you you say that with a laugh you answered your own question with the laugh, Cheryl, look, the Democrats would sue they would find a basis on which to sue either saying you can't do a director nation to the treasury. They would sue. And I appreciate the phone call Sheryl. Let me expand on this a little bit. This is an important point. I think I said earlier that the Democrats operate in a paradigm of the ends justify the means. And I was talking to a caller who was asking is the president allowed to use the department of defense to build the wall. He's a conservative therefore is interested in the rule of law. Does the president have the right? Can he do that? The Democrats the left doesn't do that. They don't care if they have the right? They take the right in a mentioned that the operate an ends justify the means environment. And when the ends justify the means, the means themselves, become an end. So let me try explain this all these lawsuits against the president. Let's an ends justify the means way of St.. Stopping the erasing of the Obama agenda. It's not constitutional. It's an overreach, and it's abuse of the legal system, etc. The Democrats don't care because of the end goal. But now suing president has become Ihnen self the end, let me try to get the better way to say back in the day. I was making a business argument for streaming video game take your money out of TV put it in the streaming video. I was meeting with a really powerful ad buyer. And they had to fly me back to New York short notice because the deal is falling apart. So I sat with this guy listened that he said, look, I don't pay thirty five dollar.

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"bainer" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"bainer" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Open line Friday, eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two sometimes a picture is worth. They say how many words, well, I can't do pictures for you. But I can. Describe them side by side comparison on CNN and reporting the change in speakership on Pelosi headline Trump and Pelosi face off an epic power struggle. The most powerful people in Washington, we'll meet for the first time as president and speaker. There's every chance things won't go. Well. I searched for the day. John bainer took the speakership from Pelosi. I sees from in speaker and waiting Bonner a John painter agrees to see eager to see this institution survived policy wins democratic leadership fight Obama calls banner after GOP win house majority. President's critics powerful inside little known outside the beltway. That's the coverage. Most powerful woman in Washington. DC epic power struggle with banner. Open line Friday Cheryl in river forest, Illinois. Welcome to the Rush Limbaugh show is taught Herman filling in Hello, Cheryl. Hi, hi. You're doing great. Thank you. Hey, I have a question about the fundraiser, Brian military guy that is doing a go fund me on the border and had over eighteen million dollars raised her ready. My question is what happens if we come up with every penny that we the people. What will they do? Now any do and the downs. And maybe even go fund me. Well, they try to do something like Facebook. Oh, oh, yeah. I mean, I think that that's a it's it's probably a near certainty that go fund me tries to block that somehow. It begins to reach that that portion of the of the goal or fifty percent, by the way, the guy who organized that has as a coffee company, very very accomplished guy. He was targeted by Facebook and Twitter from some websites. He owned I talked to him about that. So that's a good point. But let me ask you this. Do you think the Democrats if the money came in it was donated to the treasury donated and earmarked for the wall? Do you think the Democrats to say, well, we lost that round? And they got the five billion. So I guess they can they can they can build that wall. I I don't know. I'm like, I just my friend. And I were talking about morning in it just blows my mind. I mean, I bet you I wouldn't be surprised if we came up with the money, that's the thing. But will they just try to pull some trick out of a hat to try to stop it? Yeah. It'd be government is for the people, right? You you say that with a laugh you answered your question with the laugh, Cheryl, look, Democrats would sue they would find a basis on which to sue either saying you can't do a direct donation to the treasury. They would sue. And I appreciate the phone call Sheryl. Let me expand on this a little bit. This is an important point. I think I said earlier that the Democrats operate in the paradigm of the ends justify the means. And I was talking to a caller who was asking is the president allowed to use the department of defense to build the wall. He's a conservative therefore is interested in the rule of law. Does the president have the right? Can he do that? The Democrats the left doesn't do that. They don't care if they have the right? They take the right in a mentioned that they operate an ends justify the means environment. And when the ends justify the means, the means themselves, become an end. So let me try explain this all these lawsuits against the president. Let's an ends justify the means waves. Stopping the erasing of the Obama agenda. It's not constitutional. It's an overreach, and it's abuse of the legal system, etc. The Democrats don't care because of the end goal. But now suing presidents has become in-cell f- the end let me try to this. This is a better way to sit back in the day. I was making a business argument for streaming video game take your money out of TV put it in the streaming video. I was meeting with a really powerful ad buyer. And they had to fly me back to New York short notice because the deal is falling apart. So I sat with this guy. Listen, he said, look, I don't pay thirty five.

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"bainer" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"bainer" Discussed on KTRH

"It is open line Friday, eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two sometimes a picture is worth. They say how many words well. Can't do pictures for you. But I can describe them side by side comparison on CNN and reporting the change in speakership on Pelosi headline Trump and Pelosi face off an epic power struggle. The most powerful people in Washington, we'll meet for the first time as president and speaker. There's every chance things won't go. Well. I searched for the day. John bainer of took the speakership from Pelosi. I see from in speaker and waiting Varner. A John painter agrees to see eager to see this institution survive policy wins democratic leadership fight Obama calls banner after GOP win house majority president's critics powerful insider little known outside the beltway. That's the coverage. Most powerful woman in Washington. DC epic power struggle with banner. Open line Friday Cheryl in river forest, Illinois. Welcome to the Rush Limbaugh show is taught Herman filling in Hello, Cheryl. Hi, hi, you're doing great. Thank you for. Hey, I have a question about the fundraiser. Brian military guy is doing a gofundme me on the border and has over eighteen million dollars raised her ready. My question is what happens if we come up with every penny that we the people. What will they do not want any do and the downs? And maybe even go fund me. Well, they try to do something like Facebook. Oh, oh, yeah. I mean, I think that that's a it's it's probably a near certainty that go fund me tries to block that somehow it begins to reach that that portion of the of the goal or fifty percent, by the way, the guy who organized that has as a coffee company, very very accomplished guy. He was targeted by Facebook and Twitter from some websites. He owned I talked to him about that. So that's a good point. But let me ask you this. Do you think the Democrats if the money came in it was donated to the treasury donated and earmarked for the wall? Do you think the Democrats to say, oh, well, we lost that round? And they got the five billion. So I guess they can they can they can build that wall. I I don't know. I'm like, I just my friend, and I were talking about it this morning, and it just blows my mind. I mean, I I wouldn't be surprised if we came up with the money, that's the thing. But will they just try to pull some trip out of a hat to try to stop it? And I like it'd be government is for the people, right? You you say that with a laugh you answered your own question with the laugh, Cheryl, look, Democrats would sue they would find a basis on which to sue either saying you can't do a direct donation to the treasury. They would sue. And I appreciate the phone call Sheryl. Let me expand on this a little bit. This is an important point. I think I said earlier that the Democrats operate in the paradigm of the ends justify the means. And I was talking to a caller who was asking is the president allowed to use the department of defense to build the wall. He's a conservative therefore is interested in the rule of law. Does the president have the right? Can he do that? The Democrats the left doesn't do that. They don't care if they have the right? They take the right. And I mentioned that they operate in an ends justify the means environment. And when the ends justify the means, the means themselves, become an end. So let me try explain this all these lawsuits against the president. Let's an ends justify the means of. Stopping the erasing of the Obama agenda. It's not constitutional. It's an overreach, and it's abuse of the legal system, etc. The Democrats don't care because of the end goal. But now suing presidents has become Ihnen self the end, let me try to the better way to say that in the day. I was making a business argument for streaming video game take your money out of TV put it in the streaming video. I was meeting with a really powerful ad buyer. And they had to fly me back to New York short notice because the deal is falling apart. So I sat with this guy listened that he said, look, I don't pay thirty five dollar cost per thousand for broadcast TV. I'm not paying for you here. I demand you give me fifteen dollar cost per thousand. So I said, okay. And the sales team was freak like what is it? Oh, that's fine. I'll give you fifteen dollar cost.

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"bainer" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"bainer" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Open line Friday, eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two sometimes a picture is worth. They say how many words, well, I can't do pictures for you. But I can describe them. Side by side comparison on CNN and reporting the change in speakership on Pelosi headline Trump and Pelosi face off an epic power struggle. The most powerful people in Washington, we'll meet for the first time as president and speaker. There's every chance things won't go. Well. I searched for the day. John bainer took the speakership from Pelosi. I see from in speaker unwitting Boehner. A painter agrees to see eager to see this institution survived Pelosi wins democratic leadership Obama calls banner after GOP win house majority. President's critics powerful inside little known outside the beltway. That's the coverage. Most powerful woman in Washington. DC epic power struggle with banner. Open line Friday Cheryl in river forest, Illinois. Welcome to the Rush Limbaugh show is Todd Herman filling in Hello, Cheryl. You're doing great. Thank you for on Tate. I have a question about the fundraiser. Brian the military guy that is doing a gofundme me on the border and has over eighteen million dollars raised already. My question is what happens if we come up with every penny that we the people. What will they do? Now will Manny do and the downs? And maybe even go fund me. Well, they try to do something like Facebook. Oh, yeah. I mean, I think that's probably a near certainty that go fund me tries to block that somehow. It begins to reach that that portion of the of the goal or fifty percent, by the way, the guy who organized that has as a coffee company, very very complex guy. He was targeted by Facebook and Twitter from some websites. He owned I talked to him about that. So that's a good point. But let me ask you this. Do you think the Democrats if the money came in it was donated to the treasury donated and earmarked for the wall? Do you think the Democrats say, oh, well, we lost that round? And they got the five billion. So I guess they can they can they can build that wall. I I don't know. I'm like, I just my friend, and I were talking about it this morning, and it just blows my mind. I mean, I thought you I wouldn't be surprised if we came up with the money, that's the thing. But will they just try to pull some trip out of a hat to try to stop it? Yeah. Yeah. Be government is for the people, right? You say that with a laugh you answered your question with a laugh, Cheryl, look, the Democrats would sue they would find a basis on which to sue either saying you can't do a director nation to the treasury. They would sue. And I appreciate the phone call Sheryl. Let me expand on this a little bit. This is an important point. I think I said earlier that the Democrats operate in the paradigm of the ends justify the means. And I was talking to a caller who is asking is the president allowed to use the department of defense to build the wall. He's a conservative therefore is interested in the rule of law. Does the president have the right? Can he do that? Democrats. The left doesn't do that. They don't care if they have the right? They take the right in a mentioned that they operate in an ends justify the means environment. And when the ends justify the means, the means themselves, become an end. So let me try explain this all these lawsuits against the president. Let's an ends justify the means waves. Stopping the erasing of the Obama agenda. It's not constitutional. It's an overreach, and it's abuse of the legal system, etc. The Democrats don't care because of the end goal. But now suing presidents has become Ihnen self the end, let me try to this. This is a better way to say back in the day. I was making a business argument for streaming video game take your money out of TV put it in the streaming video. I was meeting with a really powerful ad buyer. And they had to fly me back to New York short notice because the deal is falling apart. So I sat with this guy. Listen that he said, look, I don't pay thirty five.

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"bainer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"bainer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"It is open line Friday, eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two sometimes a picture is worth. They say how many words, well, I can't do pictures for you. But I can. Describe them side by side comparison on CNN and reporting the change in speakership on Pelosi headline Trump and Pelosi face off an epic power struggle. The most powerful people in Washington, we'll meet for the first time as president and speaker. There's every chance things won't go. Well. I searched for the day. John bainer took the speakership from Pelosi. I see from in speaker and waiting Boehner. A John painter agrees to see eager to see this institution survived Pelosi wins democratic leadership fight Obama calls banner after GOP win house majority president's critics powerful insider little known outside the beltway. That's the coverage. Most powerful woman in Washington. DC epic power struggle with banner. Open line Friday Cheryl in river forest, Illinois. Welcome to the Rush Limbaugh show is taught Herman filling in Hello, Cheryl. You're doing great on Tate. I have a question about the fundraiser, Brian military guy that is doing a gofundme me on the border and has over eighteen million dollars raised already. My question is what happens if we come up with every penny that we the people. What will they do? Now will Manny do on the downs? And maybe even go fund me. Well, they try to do something like Facebook. Oh, yeah. I mean, I think that that's a it's it's probably a near certainty that go fund me tries to block that somehow it begins to reach that that portion of the of the goal or fifty percent, by the way, the guy who organized that has as a coffee company, very very accomplished guy. He was targeted by Facebook and Twitter from some websites. He owned I talked to him about that. So that's a good point. But let me ask you this. Do you think the Democrats if the money came in it was donated to the treasury donated and earmarked for the wall? Do you think the Democrats to say, oh, well, we lost that round? And they got the five billion. So I guess they can they can they can build that wall. I I don't know. I'm like, I just my friend, and I were talking about it this morning, and it just blows my mind. I mean, I you I wouldn't be surprised if we came up with the money, that's the thing. But will they just try to pull some trip out of a hat to try to stop it? Yeah. It'd be government is for the people, right? You you you say that with a laugh you answered your question with a laugh, Cheryl, look, the Democrats would sue the they would find a basis on which to sue either saying you can't do a direct donation to the treasury. They would sue. And I appreciate the phone call Sheryl Olympics expand on this a little bit. This is an important point. I think I said earlier that the Democrats operates in the paradigm of the ends justify the means. And I was talking to a caller who is asking is the president allowed to use the department of defense to build the wall. He's a conservative therefore is interested in the rule of law is the president have the right? Can he do that? Democrats. The left doesn't do that. They don't care if they have the right? They take the right. And I mentioned that they operate in an ends justify the means environment. And when the ends justify the means, the means themselves, become an end. So let me explain this all these lawsuits against the president. Let's an ends justify the means waves. Stopping the erasing of the Obama agenda. It's not constitutional. It's an overreach, and it's abuse of the legal system, etc. The Democrats don't care because of the end goal. But now suing presidents has become Ihnen self the end, let me try to get the better way to say back in the day. I was making a business argument for streaming video game take your money out of TV put it into streaming video. I was meeting with really powerful ad buyer. And they had to fly back to New York short notice because the deal is falling apart. So I sat with this guy listened that he said, look, I don't pay.

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"bainer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"bainer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"It is open line Friday, eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two sometimes a picture is worth. They say how many words, well, I can't do pictures for you. But I can describe them side by side comparison on CNN and reporting the change in speakership on Pelosi headline Trump and Pelosi face off an epic power struggle. The most powerful people in Washington, we'll meet for the first time as president and speaker. There's every chance things won't go. Well. I searched for the day. John bainer took the speakership from Pelosi see from in speaker and waiting Boehner. John painter agrees to see eager to see this institution survived Pelosi wins democratic leadership Obama caused banner after GOP win house majority. President's critics powerful inside little known outside the beltway. That's the coverage. Most powerful woman in Washington. DC epic power struggle with banner. Open line Friday Cheryl in river forest, Illinois. Welcome to the Rush Limbaugh show is Todd Herman filling in Hello, Cheryl. Hi, doing great. Thank you on tape. I have a question about the fundraiser, Brian military guy. That is doing a gofundme me on the border and has over eighteen million dollars raised already. My question is what happens if we come up with every penny that we the people. What will they do? Now, any do and the dams and maybe even go fund me. Well, they try to do something like Facebook. Oh, yeah. I mean, I think it's it's probably a near certainty that go fund me tries to block that somehow. It begins to reach that that portion of the of the goal or fifty percent, by the way, the guy who organized that. Has as a coffee company, very very accomplished guy. He was targeted by Facebook and Twitter from some websites. He owned I talked to him about that. So that's a good point. But let me ask you this. Do you think the Democrats if the money came in it was donated to the treasury donated and earmarked for the wall? Do you think the Democrats say, oh, well, we lost that round? And they got the five billion. So I guess they can they can they can build that wall. I I don't know. I'm like, I just my friend, and I retired about it this morning, and it just blows my mind. I mean, I got you. I wouldn't be surprised if we came up with the money, that's the thing. But will they just try to pull some trip out of a hat to try to stop it? Like the government is for the people, right? You you say that with a laugh you answered your own question with the laugh, Cheryl, look Democrats would sue they would find a basis in which to sue either saying you can't do a direct nation to the treasury. They would sue. And I appreciate the phone call Sheryl. Let me expand on this a little bit. This is an important point. I think I said earlier that the Democrats operate in a paradigm of the ends justify the means. And I was talking to a caller who is asking is the president allowed to use the department of defense to build the wall. He's a conservative. Therefore, he's interested in the rule of law. Does the president have the right? Can he do that? Democrats. The left doesn't do that. They don't care if they have the right? They take the right in a mentioned that they operate an ends justify the means environment. And when the ends justify the means, the means themselves, become an end. So let me try explain this all these lawsuits against the president. That's an ends justify the means waves. Stopping the erasing of the Obama agenda. It's not constitutional. It's an overreach, and it's abuse of the legal system, etc. The Democrats don't care because of the end goal. But now suing presidents has become Ihnen self the end let me try to. The better way to say back in the day. I was making a business argument for streaming video game take your money out of TV put it in the streaming video. I was meeting with a really powerful ad buyer. And they had to fly me back to New York short notice because the deal is falling apart. So I sat with this guy. Listen, he said, look, I don't pay thirty five.

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"bainer" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"bainer" Discussed on KCRW

"Called upon the beauty of our constitution that our system of checks and balances that protects our democracy. Remembering that, the legislative branch is article one, the first branch of government co equal to the presidency, and to the judiciary, although the checks and balances mean, the Democrats would have to presumably compromise some point wouldn't they? Yeah. I mean, it's the same thing as when President Obama was president you had John bainer. Speaker of the house. You know, the fact is this is divided government. And yes, congress the presidency are co equal branches. But that doesn't mean that Democrats who only control half of one of those branches can get everything they want. Also, we should mention that for a couple of years now or even a little more President Trump has had overwhelming power to make the news all he has to do is tweet or make a quick statement to reporters and he dominates the headlines day after day after day yesterday. We had a situation where Democrats were in a position to be the ones making news because they were taking control now's representatives. So we went through the day. The president didn't have the spotlight and then abruptly late in the afternoon. He stepped to the lectern at the White House briefing room. Let's listen to solve what he had to say. I have never had so much support as I have in the last week over my stance for border security for border control. And frankly, the wall or the barrier. Okay. Speaks up for. The wall. They're dominica. The president says the wall has support he says the people of our country want a wall is that correct? Well, it's just not true. I mean, the fact that he wants to say that this is the most support he's had you know, he may be getting lots of feedback and lots of reaction there, certainly tens of thousands of people who will show up to his events who are supporters of his and give them that kind of feedback. But when you look at the polling, the confluence of polling has shown that more people blame the president for the shutdown than Democrats and heading into this more people than not a majority, in fact in our polling showed that they wanted the president to compromise rather than shut the government down based on a wall. We hear a number of Republican lawmakers doing something interesting. And when they talk about this to medico, they will say the American people want border security, which may well be true. But then what they're debating is a wall, which does a lot worse in polling, doesn't it? That's a great Washington trick, you know, complete one thing to make. Your point about something completely different. Yeah. I mean, the fact is when you look at polling people do say, they want border security. They do say they want to stem a tide of immigration that's illegal to the country. But that doesn't mean that they necessarily want to pay billions of dollars for a wall along the border. In fact, they say they don't want to have to have taxpayers spend billions of dollars for a physical barrier. You know, the same time there are obviously pieces of the border that are fenced that are that do have walls and the president brought people out yesterday to say that that works in certain places, and no doubt it works in certain places. But even the president himself has gone back and forth saying that it's not maybe necessary in every part of the border, very briefly. What are the Republicans who still control the Senate saying about all this law right now, you've got at least some cracks in the Senate because you have to Republicans from Colorado and from me. Maine who are up for reelection in two thousand twenty who are saying keep the government open without this border wall. Fight the medico. Thanks for the update. Really? Appreciate it. You're welcome. That's NPR political editor Domenico Montanaro. It's tough to measure how much the government shutdown as affecting the economy, but we know markets, don't like instability. And there is a whole lot of that right now yesterday stock prices once again took a steep dive, the standard and Poor's five hundred index was down nearly two and a half percent. And the Dow Jones industrial average fell even more as NPR's Jim zarroli reports a grim profit warning from apple has left a lot of investors worried about China's economic growth on Wednesday afternoon apple announced news that sent a chill through Wall Street. It said it made a lot less money during the last three months of the year than it expected. The news caused Apple's shares to fall more than ten percent yesterday. It's worst one day performance in six years and because apple is such a huge company. Now, that's an all of the major indexes down to. But honestly. Linda limb of the university of Michigan says what happened in the market yesterday wasn't just about one company. Not just apple and it's not just smartphones. It's what it reflects of the second largest economy in the world. Apple warned that it was hurt by slowing growth in China. And it blamed that impart on trade tensions, Washington and Beijing have been slapping tariffs on each other's imports. But limb says the troubles facing China, go beyond trade. China's economy is slowing due to its own domestic dynamic limb says China is a more mature economy now and mature economies don't grow as fast as developing ones. But China has also been hurt by the downturn in countries that does business with throughout Asia and Europe these were points alluded to yesterday outside the White House by Kevin Hassett who chairs the council of economic advisers. Make no mistake. The Chinese economy.

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FBI investigating hacking of House GOP campaign arm

Red Eye Radio

01:44 min | 2 years ago

FBI investigating hacking of House GOP campaign arm

"On Monday with questions about the episode rank and file House Republicans were not told either. Not the first time that the house GOP has suffered a hack. His name was John bainer committee officials said they decided to withhold the information because they were intend on conducting their own investigation and feared the revealing the hack would compromise efforts to find the culprit. We don't want to get into details about what was taken because it's an ongoing investigation. One senior party official said let's say they had access to four active accounts. And I think you can draw from that. Yeah. Okay. Well, I can. But somebody else might be able to say it doesn't doesn't on doesn't get me anywhere. Yeah. All right. So there's worry. There's are. We are then in other news. Ralph Taylor says it doesn't matter. What he looks like right? Okay. Having lived most of his life as a white, man. The fifty five year old now considers himself to be multi racial based on DNA test results. Okay. Taylor is suing state and federal government because he was denied a minority. Business certificates certificates under a program created more than two decades ago to help level the playing field for minority business owners seeking contracts in the transportation industry his cases, pending right now with the ninth US circuit court of appeals, which will be very

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"bainer" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"bainer" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"On your radio. Almost never let me go through a few more of these as I continue to read it in my eyes. Lynn has been described as conservative right wing and pro Trump. Vin is known for criticizing Democrats and encouraging primary challenges to a number of income and congressional Republicans such true. But then it wants you to get to the radio broadcasting, right? Let's get to this part. It's actually quite short. The first paragraph has one or two sentences, then the next one former Republican House speaker John Boehner, let's stop right there. I've had a radio career over fifteen years. What is former house speaker John bainer have to do with defining my radio career? Former Republican House speaker John Boehner said in October twenty seventeen this is what they have under broadcasting that LeVine was responsible for influencing other conservative media voices like Hannity and Rush Limbaugh towards the far, right? Saying quote, the right wing guy Levin, he went really crazy, right and got a big audience and he dragged Hannity to the dark side. He dragged rushed to the dark side, unquote. So you see how you put these things together that my books a conspiracy theorist on the deep conspiracy state conspiracies and the wiretapping Jamal kashogi. This is characters has nation. Character said the on June twenty four twenty eighteen he was inducted to the national radio hall of fame. No, I wasn't. I was inducted last week. I was nominated, but that doesn't matter. So let me ask you folks, something. The board or the committee of the national radio hall of fame gets together. And the looking at all these possible nominees. They look all over the country. Well, aware thousand radio station, thousands of hosts. Ninety bluer very good. And I'm selected in this format. Because according to John bainer, I'm dragging the other guys over to the right is that it. No, that's not why I was nominated. And that's not why you voted for me. And yet. If you don't know anything, and you're gone Wickham pedia. This is what you know about me. And they're ninety seven footnotes. I'm doing this as a public service, ladies and gentlemen, seriously, stay away from Wikipedia stay away from Wikipedia or if you're gonna use it use it very sparingly as sort of a jumping off point. Because it's very left wing. It's very dishonest. And what if Carl Bernstein at it's this thing, you'd think he does Mr. producer? Because of course, everything has to go through the left wing freedom of the press types an honor to be. Considered news. This is not a serious encyclopedia. I could go through the other pieces to it's just too monotonous. But according to them. I said basically kashogi hung around with terrorists and got what he deserved. I never said a word. About that. Only he's cook on evolution to the discussion was far more substantive and serious than that. Oh, and he has conspiracy theories on the wiretap. It was the New York Times headline that brought up the wiretap. I was reading what they said. But still they got it wrong. And of course, his radio career consists of John bainer, basically saying he dragged Russian Sean to the ugly side the dark ee understand. We're gonna move on. I'll be right back..

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Will a divided government be good for the U.S. economy?

The Big Biz Radio Show

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

Will a divided government be good for the U.S. economy?

"Government. Good for the economy. USA radio's Timberg has more David Benson is a managing partner and founder of Banten group. HD he joined FOX business instead divided governments usually work. Well for the economy, this is what you buy you buy the same things you would have bought yesterday. The fact of matter is the market has been pricing and all year, the consensus view that the Democrats were going to take the house, but we didn't really know the margin ended up being somewhat underwhelming. If you've been in January of this year, you were looking at twenty ten type reversal the Democrats probably won twenty seats less than they were going to on the Senate side, the cavenaugh escapade added four Steve. Republicans the market has been pricing that in there's just no historical foundation for gridlock hurting, the three biggest rallies of our lifetime. Reagan tip O'Neill, Obama, bainer and Clinton Gingrich divided government is not bad for market. You're listening

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John Boehner says "There is no Republican Party. There's a Trump party."

Bob Clark

01:32 min | 2 years ago

John Boehner says "There is no Republican Party. There's a Trump party."

"Night they found three bodies inside the home there reporting the deaths homicides the home being processed for evidence estate state police do their investigation no further details being released so as not to compromise the investigation the cause of death and identities of the three victims will be released later former house speaker john boehner says the gop is trump's party now republican party has got to think of the map somewhere a former ohio congressman and republican leaders says the president style is in his style and that trump is clearly the most unusual person we've elected as president bainer spoke at a policy governance in mackinac island michigan thursday sipping on bloody marys and also saying the two most people to see trump elected were hillary clinton and donald trump and i donald trump promised malania that he would not win he shouldn't have to worry about living in the white house it's probably why she's not look real happy every day well maybe one reason i'm joe ramsey hey if you live in bear country you're more likely to spot one of the animals this summer here in new mexico tristan bickford is with the state game and fish department busy summer for bears i'm with the drought that's happening are becoming more active is looking for food sources and bickford says the bears are more likely to come into urban areas is it becomes harder for them to find food in the wild she says there have been recent bear reports from placetas to return to santa rosa and she says it's important keep food items stored away so bears are not tempted by them whether.

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John Boehner says "There is no Republican Party. There's a Trump party"

24 Hour News

02:30 min | 2 years ago

John Boehner says "There is no Republican Party. There's a Trump party"

"Imported steel and aluminum have been announced by the trump administration for those goods imported from the european union canada and mexico douglas georges consul general of canada in detroit just a little bit flabbergasted that the us has claiming this is for national security issues we are your closest friend partner in ally we have jointly protected this continent through norad for more than sixty years in fact this is the sixtieth anniversary canada is the nation's largest single supplier of steel accounting for seventeen percent of all steel imports while mexico is fourth at nine percent at the mackinac policy conference former speaker of the house john bainer during a keynote address on thursday gave president donald trump a lot of credits for the policies he's putting forth that's after you quotes peel away the noise and the tweets donald trump who i know well was one of my supporters when i was speaker zebina rough wig trump and call me batman aback germy up play a lot of golf together about president really i never quite saw this ads for the state of our political system bainer says quote there is no republican party there's a trump party the republican party is taking a nap somewhere a preliminary examination has been ordered for five young men and teens after a man was killed when a rock was thrown from a flint area highway overpass it struck the man's windshield the flint journal reports a judge set you lie sixteenth as the hearing for kyle anger mark sikorsky makita pain alexander miller and trevor gray they face second degree murder and other charges back in october a six pound rock was thrown onto i seventy five in vienna township it struck the van kenneth white was riding in there's a weed problem in south haven city officials have star a public education program as the japanese knotweed is popping up all over that city it'll choke off other plants in the area that's what it'll do it'll just take over so it looks actually when you see it it looks innocent enough it looks like kind of bamboo some of the larger ones but you won't see much of anything else growing underneath it public works director bill hunter doesn't know how that we'd landed in south haven he advises residents to get professional help to treat that we'd and get rid of it and unearthing a.

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John Boehner says "There is no Republican Party. There's a Trump party"

WBBM Evening News

01:16 min | 2 years ago

John Boehner says "There is no Republican Party. There's a Trump party"

"He you says it will retaliate cbs news business analyst jill schlesinger the problem that many consumer advocates see is that these tariffs could increase costs for consumers because the cost of the stuff they buy could rise as a result of the tariffs after pardoning controversial conservative pundit president trump says he may pardon some former apprentice contestant cbs's paula reed reports president trump granted his fifth part in this morning tweeting we will be giving a full pardon to d nash desouza today he was treated very unfairly by our government the high profile conservative filmmaker and author pleaded guilty in two thousand fourteen to arranging illegal campaign contributions desouza has said his prosecution was politically motivated i've gone through shale mr trump also said he is thinking about pardoning martha stewart who is convicted of lying to investigators about a stock trade and commuting former illinois governor rod blagojevich is fourteen year sentence for attempting to sell an appointment to the senate seat vacated by president obama former house speaker john boehner suggests he's a man without a party cbs as bill rakoff with more bainer was taking part in a question and answer session this morning at a conference on mackinac island michigan but i wanna talk to you about what's happened with the republican party there isn't a republican party there's a trump party republican party has got to take a nap somewhere the former speaker went on to say that if you peel away all the noise surrounding the president including his tweets the things he's doing are in banners words really good things bill rakoff cbs news another big settlement in the catholic church sex abuse scandal the archdiocese of saint paul and minneapolis will pay two hundred and ten million dollars to four hundred and fifty victims of sex abuse by the clergy jim keenan is a survivor it's a triumph it is it's an absolute triumph i realized that the work is not done there's lots to work done around the world the settlement was announced as part of the archdiocese plan for bankruptcy the amount to be paid to each survivor.

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"bainer" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"bainer" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Him we're really lucky to have our next guests hitting a very hot topic right now and that is medical marijuana in particular the shifting tides of major politicians who have previously opposed marijuana use even on the medical front but are changing their tune i want to offer a warm welcome to the former massachusetts governor william weld as well as kevin murphy chief executive officer of acreage holdings which is the medical marijuana business that has garnered support from former governor weld as well as from john bainer the former republican speaker of the house who once said he was quote unilaterally opposed to decriminalizing marijuana laws i want to start with you kevin yourself as a former alternative money manager for stanfield capital partners what drew you to this business and what do you attribute this shifting tie tide right now first and foremost thanks so much for having me on the program my shift really eight calm in two thousand ten two thousand eleven when i was introduced to the space by a friend and i was very skeptical about marijuana in general didn't have a strong working relationship with the plant so it really wasn't for me but when i had done further due diligence on the business it self and having run a multibillion dollar money management firm understanding business and the operating leverage in that business it was that coupled with the medicinal value of this plant could potentially be the silver bullet for the medical community over the next twenty to thirty years it is simply remarkable what this plant can do for children with epilepsy people with cancer and the list goes on and on one focus for just a second not on the medicinal potential for cannabis but on the financial potential for cannabis william weld former governor of the state of massachusetts from nineteen ninety one to nineteen ninety seven do you have a bit of experience when it comes to state finances what do you believe to be the main obstacles for lawmakers to approve the.

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"bainer" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"bainer" Discussed on WRVA

"Nine states have had vote either a referendum or their state legislature voted to legalize cannabis in some form but there's a big conflict with the federal law where it's a schedule one narcotic congress over the last couple of years has pretty much stopped any real enforcement of a federally funded institutions cannot touch this can't do research most every university takes federal funds they don't they don't ever close to you got the banking system that scared to death to take this money so there's a lot of caf rolling around and so it's time for the federal government to take another look at this and and i think d scheduling this drug allowing for the research would be very helpful to the american people house speaker john bainer former speaker changing his mind and then another news item today the senate minority leader chuck schumer plans to introduce legislation that will decriminalize marijuana on the federal level you know when so many people are incarcerated and not out there being productive citizens of society that matters to the whole country the introducing legislation to decriminalize marijuana at the federal level from one end of the country to the other the legislation is long overdue i've seen too many people's lives ruined because they had small amounts of marijuana and serve time in jail much too long it affects communities of color disproportionately and unfairly and ultimately it's the right thing to do freedom if smoking marijuana doesn't hurt anybody else why should we allow people to do it and not make it criminal we allow the states to decide so each state can decide on their own so it will be interesting to see the debate that raises today you know the this is an issue that's been going on for decades as far as how we treat it marijuana and now now that we are seeing the actual decriminalization rolled out across a few states there's a lot of evidence now about how that affects the state of the economy health care and so on in virginia there's obviously been the same debate we have not reached the point of decriminalizing it here but there was a major step in february with the general assembly and all of the state senators all of the house of delegates voted to to.

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After warning Russia, Trump tweets on possible Syria strike timing

Doug Stephan

02:38 min | 3 years ago

After warning Russia, Trump tweets on possible Syria strike timing

"Now thirty four after the hour on the dj be show doug stephan with victoria keelan kerry schilling people in the news let's see where shall we start politicians you andre by politicians interesting ones interest is in the ears of the beholder president trump claiming the relationship that we have with russia is at its worst level ever clothing the cold war back and forth lot of tweeting going on this week warning russia to get ready for missile strikes against syria why would we tell them what we're gonna do before we did well and also the funny thing is his tweets from two thousand thirteen he did this he criticized obama for also warning syria that we were going to strike and he went on this whole tirade about how you shouldn't do this and that and he's doing the same thing so is in critical to wherever they don't even he's not thinking about what he didn't twenty thirteen you kidding people would go back and find that stuff i find that interesting too well he was such a vocal opponent of obama so people it's not really because obama wasn't born in this country victoria what's the matter with you i know i forget that oh my god i trump also talking about the details the meeting between him and kim jon un which is supposed to take place next month american officials have been talking directly with the north koreans to prepare for the meeting and where is it going to be anybody know where this is going to be it's not going to be in america and isn't going to be a north korea so interesting to see where they get together china maybe maybe it was thinking that too here's former house speaker john bainer in the news he has joined a company that produces marijuana the board of directors of marijuana holding corporation acreage holdings describes itself as one of the nation's largest multistate actively managing cannabis corporations former us speaker of the house joined the board of advisors the on the board of directors this is all new by the way you know the whole thing about cannabis marijuana being used legalized you remember was it last week the week before mitch mcconnell who doesn't seem to be exactly most progressive thinker in the.

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"bainer" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"bainer" Discussed on AP News

"The asian development bank the regional banks forecasting the developing asian economies will expand at a slightly faster pace this year than earlier expected but us trade tensions pose a major risk in a report on wednesday the bank said it expects asian economies to expand at a six percent rate in twenty eighteen slowing five point nine percent in two thousand nineteen the bank said robust exports and strong domestic consumer demand supporting economic growth across the forty five economies covered in its annual report former us house speaker john bainer since he's had a change of heart marijuana and will promote its nationwide legalization bainer who's known as an avid cigarette smoker has joined the advisory board of the multistate cannabis company acreage holdings the company also announced former massachusetts governor william weld has joined its advisory board statement bainer says his position has evolved he says he believes legalizing marijuana can be helpful to the nation's veterans and as a way to help fight the us opioid drug crisis britain sent a worship to japan to join international efforts to enforce sanctions on north korea by minute warning the centers for disease control and prevention has sent an alert to doctors nationwide the fake marijuana was likely contaminated with rat poison the deaths were reported in illinois emergency rooms in indiana missouri wisconsin and maryland have also treated patients symptoms include coughing up blood blood in the urine severe bloody noses bleeding gums and internal bleeding fake marijuana is also called synthetic cannabinoid andy is sold in smoke shops and other stores as liquids and can be used in e cigarettes or in dried plant material that can be smoked.

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"bainer" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"bainer" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"You're not i can just do the history books looking back on the second week of april of two thousand eighteen and the history books saying that was the moment that congress finally came to the realization nothing is free well i mean it's like john bainer new role is suddenly positions on marijuana and the use of medical marijuana you know and because he's now he's joined the board of top cannabis corporation to promote the use of medical marijuana when i was speaker of the house money didn't play into it because you know it's it's kind of the point which i look i gotta say it i wonder how bainer would have been as speaker of the house if he was high you and i relate ride more or less now the reason i bring that up is i'll never forget the time and i forgot what the issue was but we were in the studios before this studio and and and i remember that you were looking at the bainer came out and you had the tv monitor and you said banners coming out and we were like anticipated and he came out marriage ever thirty seconds and then turned around and walked away and we're like what you did well here's the thing is that it was a unique opportunity i forget what it was but a unique opportunity to do that and have a really great set up points that could be the talking points for morning drive television radio and media and he completely just bungled it it's like man you just blew the opportunity look you know he's making points here about you know medical marijuana and how it can help veterans in and and you know the other people who need medical marijuana and all that but yeah you weren't willing to listen as the point being is that the money often changes things in american politics it changes things in in in the private sector but there's going to be somebody who's going to pay for things along the way there's going to be a different tone that is set which is the point like you said gary if you if facebook came out and said okay we're going to start charging four ninety nine a month he would look differently at that contract.

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"bainer" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"bainer" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"You're not i i can just see the history books looking back on the second week of april of twenty eighteen and the history books saying that was the moment that congress finally came to the realization nothing is free well i mean it's like john bainer in his new role he suddenly change positions on marijuana and the use of medical marijuana you know and because he's now he's he's joined the board of top cannabis corporation to promote the use of medical marijuana when i was speaker of the house money didn't play into it because you know it's it's kind of the point which i look i gotta say it because everybody's thinking i wonder how bainer would have been speaker of the house he was i you and i relate ride more or less i know bring that up is i'll never forget the time and i forgot what the issue was but we were in the studios before this studio and and and and i remember that because you were looking at the bainer came out and you had the tv monitor and you said banners coming out and we were like anticipated and he came out manager brian for like thirty seconds and then turned around and walked away and we're like what you did well here's the thing is that it was a opportunity i forget what it was but a unique opportunity to do that and have a really great set points that could be the talking points for morning drive television radio and media and he completely just bungled it it's like man you just blew the opportunity look you know he's making points here about you know medical marijuana and how can help veterans in and and you know the other people who need medical marijuana and all that but yeah you weren't willing to listen as the point being is that the money often changes things in american politics it changes things in in in the private sector but there's going to be somebody who's going to pay for things along the way there's going to be a different tone that is set which is the point like you said gary if you if facebook came out and said okay we're going to start charging four ninety nine a month would look differently at that contract.

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"bainer" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"bainer" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"But today turned out to be a really awkward day for everybody in the beltway media to suddenly turn around and say hey i wonder what john bainer is up to right now we're having another house speaker quit what happened to the last one today ended up being very awkward day for everybody to suddenly start wondering about john bainer again because early this morning hours before anybody knew the paul ryan was going to announce that he was leaving john bainer announced very early on twitter today that he was joining the board of a we'd company like marijuana company john bainer former republican speaker the house chose this morning to come out of the closet as a brand new proponent of legal pot quote i'm joining the board of acreage holdings because my thinking on cannabis has evolved okay i mean we all know john bainer as a proud cigarettes in red wine guy this is new when john bainer shared his evelyn his marijuana evolution in that tweet before seven am this morning i'm sure he didn't think it was going to be part of every single story about the biggest news in american politics today but there you have it something for paul ryan to look forward to now that he's retiring to spend more time probably becoming a lobbyist i mean i would pay money to see them high together at some point that will probably happen but it is it is no mystery why paul ryan might have one wipe you wanted to get out of the way of the november elections this year that tea party wave in two thousand ten in the first election after obama was elected president that was the the wave election that made paul ryan budget chair that was very big some of the people who watch these kinds of transfer a living they think this year could bring a democratic wave that is even bigger than what we saw in two thousand ten.

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"bainer" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"bainer" Discussed on AP News

"Match limited by state law former us house speaker john bainer since he's had a change of heart on marijuana and will promote its nationwide legalization bainer who's known as an avid cigarette smoker has joined the advisory board of the multistate cannabis company acreage holdings company also announced former massachusetts governor william weld has joined its advisory board statement banner says his position has evolved he says he believes legalizing marijuana can be helpful to the nation's veterans and as a way to help fight the us opioid drug crisis president trump wants work requirements for people on public welfare programs ap correspondent jackie quinn reports on the executive order he signed tuesday the president's order signed with no fanfare promotes commonsense reforms to reduce dependency on government programs it focuses on exploring new requirements for benefits like food stamps cash and housing assistance the administration's already allowing states to push medicaid recipients and those on the snap food program to work in some capacity and is looking to raise the age at which recipients would be exempt advocates say imposing strict work requirements on people who are already vulnerable could have dire consequences for them jackie quinn washington facebook ceo told a house committee he expects to see government regulation of social media ap correspondent warren levinson reports government regulation is coming to social media facebook ceo mark zuckerberg concedes stylized lounge presents the box oh what a great audience let's dim the lights for this next one too much there it is got to get things just right like.

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"bainer" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

NPR Politics Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"bainer" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

"John bainer had had difficulties with the freedom caucus paul ryan had difficulties with the freedom caucus the next republican leader where whether it's a house speaker a minority leader probably gonna have difficulties with the freedom caucus can you just explain what that relationship was like and how it affected policy the freedom caucus is about forty shorthand what we say hard line right conservatives they're kind of like people who want all or nothing and so their opposition to any legislation or proposal has made it very difficult even as republicans have held the house for the better part of the past decade now to advance much of an agenda because they can't get the ideological purity that the freedom caucus seeking so if listen to this moment mark meadows so you just mentioned is doing what he often does talking to a lot of reporters in the hallway about the situation i i don't know that there's a crisis of confidence in in and then paul ryan and hawks by here's what hap i heard it hi mark have a nice day this fieger said have a nice day talking about me and my legacy exactly and whether or not he mark meadows could be a contender i pekar of the house really i would be surprised if no member of the freedom caucus doesn't at least throw their hat in the ring as we have this months long leadership race now to try and focus the conversation around what principles and ideas in legislation that the speaker is going to have to commit to passing in order to get the votes they need who else would you put on that list.

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