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According2Sam Podcast
According2Sam #142

According2Sam Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 67:09


The special counsel sequel will have a lot in common with the first special counsel investigation into President Donald Trump. The first special counsel investigation began 6 years ago and it was launched based on lies about the then President and manufactured evidence. The prosecutor during the first special counsel investigation was former Director of the FBI, Robert Mueller. He spent 2 years and 32 million taxpayer dollars to tell us that Trump broke no laws. The sequel is certain to end with the same outcome. The new prosecutor isn't a big name like Robert Mueller, but he is working with the same amount of evidence against President Trump; perhaps less. Trump was already impeached on one of the issues the new prosecutor will be investigating and he was acquitted by the Senate. Jack Smith, the new prosecutor, must find something on Trump that the House impeachment managers failed to find. What is this new special counsel investigation really about, and how does it help Democrats politically? Join the conversation and get answers to this question and more on According2Sam episode #142.

Deep State Radio
From the Silo: A Very Deep State Thanksgiving

Deep State Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 47:09


Originally Aired: November 22, 2017 What are Deep State Radio nerds thankful for this Thanksgiving? We poll our experts and we get just the responses you would expect. One said he is thankful we have not had a nuclear war with North Korea...yet. Of course, many said they were grateful for Robert Mueller. And while others mentioned being grateful for all the faceless bureaucrats of the Deep State themselves...almost all of our experts showed a lot of love all our Deep State Radio nerds. Break out the box wine, pop a ear bud into your ear, and covertly listen along instead of having to endure your crackpot relatives around the Thanksgiving table. Happy Thanksgiving from all of us down here in the third sub-basement of the Ministry of Snark to all of you out there living the Twilight Zone reality that has become our daily lives. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Deep State Radio
From the Silo: A Very Deep State Thanksgiving

Deep State Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 47:09


Originally Aired: November 22, 2017 What are Deep State Radio nerds thankful for this Thanksgiving? We poll our experts and we get just the responses you would expect. One said he is thankful we have not had a nuclear war with North Korea...yet. Of course, many said they were grateful for Robert Mueller. And while others mentioned being grateful for all the faceless bureaucrats of the Deep State themselves...almost all of our experts showed a lot of love all our Deep State Radio nerds. Break out the box wine, pop a ear bud into your ear, and covertly listen along instead of having to endure your crackpot relatives around the Thanksgiving table. Happy Thanksgiving from all of us down here in the third sub-basement of the Ministry of Snark to all of you out there living the Twilight Zone reality that has become our daily lives. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Larry Elder Show
An ‘Election Denier' Poised to Succeed Nancy Pelosi as Next Democratic Leader in the House | The Larry Elder Show

The Larry Elder Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 68:49


The Larry Elder Show is sponsored by Birch Gold Group. Protect your IRA or 401(k) with precious metals today: http://larryforgold.com/ Speaker Nancy Pelosi will be succeeded as the House minority leader by Rep. Hakeem Jeffries. But isn't Jeffries an “election denier”? After President Donald Trump's election in 2016, Jeffries posted on Twitter in 2018: “LIE (more than any administration in the history of the Republic.) CHEAT (2016 election/Russian Interference). STEAL (one or two Supreme Court seats). When will Republicans put country ahead of party?” “The more we learn about the 2016 election, the more ILLEGITIMATE it becomes,” Jeffries posted from his congressional Twitter account four years ago, claiming Russian interference benefitted Trump. “America deserves to know whether we have a FAKE president in the Oval Office.” In 2019, he said that Trump was put into the White House “artificially” after special counsel Robert Mueller had concluded Trump had not colluded with Russia and did not obstruct justice. In 2020, Jeffries posted: “History will never accept you as a legitimate president.” Last year in March, he wrote: “What kind of political party worships at the altar of voter suppression? A morally bankrupt one.” ⭕️Watch in-depth videos based on Truth & Tradition at Epoch TV

Countdown with Keith Olbermann
THEY WERE KILLED BY REPUBLICANS 11.21.22

Countdown with Keith Olbermann

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 44:47


EPISODE 80: COUNTDOWN WITH KEITH OLBERMANN A-Block (1:43) 1st SPECIAL COMMENT Is America free? Or are we slaves to the mob rule of Republican gun owners? These Americans - just out for a Saturday night in a place in Colorado Springs that they considered their "haven," just like the children were in Uvalde and just like the shoppers in Buffalo, were killed - directly or stochastically - by Republicans.(5:40) We always ignore the darkest, truest part of the equation of gun violence: there are people in this country who WANT this to keep happening. It is why more children die by gunfire every year than do on-duty cops or active military. And the Republican Party has prostituted itself to these people. (9:10) The 2nd Amendment is a lie; there are 103 words related to money or ownership in the Constitution as amended and none of them are in 2A; (13:41) Right now the President could make enormous inroads into the availability of the guns with which Republicans hunt minorities and children, just by Executive Orders. He must make them, and more over he must lead us in the truth: once again, in Colorado Springs, REPUBLICANS MURDERED AMERICANS. B-Block (18:51) 2nd SPECIAL COMMENT: If you were Attorney General and you were trying to run out the clock on prosecuting an ex-president and make sure it was the clock that got the blame - and not you - you'd do exactly what Merrick Garland did in appointing a Special Counsel nearly two years after the crime (22:08) There are seven major rationalizations for Garland's act. I'll let them by refuted by Neal Katyal, William Barr, Jill Wine-Banks, Bradley Moss, Matthew Miller, Marjorie Taylor Greene, Samuel Alito - and Robert Mueller. C-Block (30:50) EVERY DOG HAS ITS DAY: The extraordinary offer by dog rescue champion/singer/comedian Elayne Booster (31:25) POSTSCRIPTS TO THE NEWS: Nothing new on the James Comer Scandal (32:21) IN SPORTS: Qatar didn't ban beer at the World Cup. It just raised the price to $22,600; the infamous "Mantle Lewd Questionnaire" is up for auction (and I'll tell you about the only baseball document even more profane than Mantle's: the 1898 Special Instructions To Players (38:15) THE WORST PERSONS IN THE WORLD: Geraldo Rivera and Ronny Jackson are no match for Maggie "Trump's Change of Tone" Haberman (40:30) THINGS I PROMISED NOT TO TELL: 40 years ago, the media guy for the NFL Players Union and all but one of the reporters covering the NFL strike talks pranked the one remaining reporter. It. Was. Epic.    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Byron York Show
In quest to get Trump, secrecy strikes again

The Byron York Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 15:01


Think back five years to the frenzy of news reporting and commentary over what was called Trump-Russia "collusion" — the allegation that the 2016 Trump campaign conspired with Russia to fix the presidential election. Most of the coverage, and especially the commentary, seemed predicated on the belief that collusion did, in fact, take place. But later, in one of history's great never minds, the extensive investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller was unable to establish that Trump-Russia collusion — prosecutors called it conspiracy or coordination — ever occurred at all. The Mueller team spent years investigating an alleged crime and in the end concluded it could not establish that the alleged crime even took place, much less who did it.

Trumpet Daily Radio Show
#1907: The Most Investigated Man in History

Trumpet Daily Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 54:39


[00:30] Trump Reinstated on Twitter (22 minutes) The talking heads are losing their minds over Elon Musk reinstating Donald Trump's Twitter account, even though Trump has said he doesn't plan to use it. CBS, which paused its tweets for 24 hours because of “security concerns” after Musk's decision, is finally getting around to reporting some truth about the Hunter Biden laptop story—two years late. Meanwhile, more Republicans are publicly turning into RINO never-Trumpers, leaving Trump virtually alone. [22:50] DOJ's Newest ‘Get Trump' Investigation (14 minutes) Following Trump's 2024 presidential run announcement, the Department of Justice announced the appointment of yet another special counsel to investigate Trump. The special counsel, Obama-era radical Jack Smith, will look into Trump's possession of the documents taken in the Mar-a-Lago raid and his role in the January 6 Fed-surrection. Based on the precedent set by James Comey and Robert Mueller, appointing a special counsel means the DOJ has no evidence a crime was committed—it just wants to continue feeding the media anti-Trump propaganda until the 2024 election. [36:30] The Lord Is My Shepherd (19 minutes) Psalms 22 and 23 reveal the mindset of the Good Shepherd when He sacrificed His life for the sheep. These chapters show that even in severe test and trial, we have so much to be thankful for.

The Lawfare Podcast
Emergency Edition: Another Special Counsel Investigation of Donald Trump

The Lawfare Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 52:04


Earlier today, in a surprise announcement, Attorney General Merrick Garland appointed a special counsel to lead two ongoing federal investigations of former president and now official 2024 presidential candidate Donald Trump. The special counsel, Jack Smith, is a longtime DOJ prosecutor and currently the chief Kosovo war crimes prosecutor in The Hague. He will take over the investigation into the retention of classified and government documents at Mar-a-lago, as well as the investigation into attempts to interfere with the lawful transfer of power after the 2020 election.To make sense of the special counsel appointment and what it means for the federal investigations into Donald Trump, Lawfare senior editor Alan Rozenshtein spoke with Lawfare editor-in-chief Ben Wittes, Lawfare senior editor Quinta Jurecic, and former FBI agent Peter Strzok, who worked on Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into foreign election interference in the 2016 election.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick
Episode 717: Actor, Writer, Buddhist Priest, Voice of Artist Beatnik Peter Coyote at Home

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 74:17


Hey Guys!  I am back from my west coast trip and it was AMAZING. I got to meet 4 guys who have been listening to the show for a long time and we all hung out and had a great time and went for a hike that was unforgettable. I LOVE San Francisco. I also went to stay with Peter Coyote for a night and it was simply amazing and wonderful and enlightening. I just love the guy. Here is our latest talk from his him about an hour north of San Francisco Stand Up is a daily podcast. I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 800 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more PETER COYOTE began his film career at 39, after living nearly a dozen years in the counter-culture during the 1960s and 70s. Since then, he has performed as an actor for some of the world's most distinguished filmmakers, including: Barry Levinson, Roman Polanski, Pedro Almodovar, Steven Spielberg, Walter Hill, Martin Ritt, Steven Soderberg, Diane Kurys, Sidney Pollack and Jean Paul Rappeneau. To date he has made over 150 films. In 2006 he had a major role in three televison series: The Inside on Fox-TV, the 4400 on USA Channel and played the Vice-President to Geena Davis's President on Commander in Chief for ABC-TV until the show's end. In 2011 he starred as the District Attorney in the new version of Law and Order – LA. In 2000 year he was the on-camera announcer of the Academy Awards Ceremony, taking the heavy-lifting off co-host Billy Crystal's shoulders for the detailed announcements and data which played live to an estimated one billion listeners. In 2007 he was prominently featured as an old boxing promoter in Rod Lurie's “Resurrecting the Champ” with Samuel. L. Jackson and Josh Hartnett, and also as Sally Field's disreputable writing teacher on the television series, “Brothers and Sisters.” He recently completed a six hour series called The Disappearance which aired last year. Most recently, he played Robert Mueller to Jeff Daniel's Jim Comey, and Brendan Gleeson's Donald Trump. The series is called The Comey Rule and will be released this year on SHOWTIME.   Mr. Coyote has written a memoir of his counter-culture years called Sleeping Where I Fall which received universally excellent reviews, appeared on three best-seller lists and sold five printings in hardback after being released by Counterpoint Press in 1999, it was re-released in November of 2010 and has been in continuous release ever since. It is currently in use as a source text for Sixties Studies in a number of universities including Harvard where he was invited to teach “The Theater of Protest” last year.   An early chapter from that book, “Carla's Story, won the 1993/94 Pushcart Prize for Excellence in non-fiction. His new book, The Rainman's Third Cure, released in April, 2015 is a study of mentors and the search for wisdom and he is currently readying a new book for publication in 2021-(TITLE) The I Behind the Mask: The Lone Ranger and Tonto meet the Buddha.   Mr. Coyote is well-known for his narration work, and has voiced 150 documentaries and TV specials, including the nine-hour PBS Special, The West. In 1992 he won an EMMY as the “Host” for a nine-hour series, called, The Pacific Century which also won the prestigious duPont-Columbia Award for Excellence in Broadcast Journalism.   In 2010 he recorded the12 hour series on The National Parks for Ken Burns and has recently completed the voice-work on Mr. Burns most recent series—a 16 hour special on The History of Country Music. He won a second Emmy for his narration on The Roosevelts, and has also done Prohibition, The Dust Bowl, and an 18 Hour series on Vietnam with Ken Burns. Mr Coyote and Mr Burns just completed a long series on Ernest Hemingway. In 2011 he was ordained as a Zen Buddhist priest and in 2015 received “transmission” from his teacher, making him an independent Zen teacher. He makes his home on a farm in Northern California, and considers working on his 1952 Dodge Power-Wagon his longest lasting addiction. He has 40 fruit trees and loves to make jam and walk with his two dogs.   Peter Coyote Episode 276 Peter Coyote Wikipedia Peter Coyote Movies IMDB Peter Coyote Books Peter Coyote with me on Episode 14   Check out all things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete Coe Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page  

The Todd Herman Show
Robert Mueller's One Weird Trick to destroy the FBI Ep_416

The Todd Herman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 58:03


THE THESIS: Rigging elections takes a lot of planning and money. But, for the experienced Paper-Bully, pick-pocketing a nation's sovereignty only requires some pen strokes. That may not have been Robert Mueller's design, but he seems pleased enough with the result. He's not alone in the tactic, Mitch McConnell and Kevin McCarthy use it to control the Republican Party to keep it away from conservatives and Tony Fauci used to force harmful, deadly mRNA injections upon Americans. THE SCRIPTURE & SCRIPTURAL RESOURCES: The fewer people contributing to decisions in a nation, the less happy will be the peopleProverbs 11:14Where there is no guidance the people fall,But in abundance of counselors there is victory.Proverbs 15:22Without consultation, plans are frustrated,But with many counselors they succeed.THE NEWS & COMMENT:Hillary pretends taking a matter of voting regulation before the Supreme Court is a plan to steal an election. But, whom does Hillary propose to settle such issues? She doesn't. She wants a bottleneck of power, she wants City-States, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Boston, San Francisco, New Jersey to pick the President and she wants the President to hold unlimited powers. [AUDIO] - HILLARY CLINTON: “Right wing extremists already have a plan to literally steal the next presidential election.”Mitch McConnell loves his bottleneck of power. He uses it to forfeit elections of promising conservatives. We don't really have a Senate, we have McConnell; he largely controls which bills make it to the floor. Lobbyists point their money into Mitch's bottlenecks and he uses it to keep Americans from having conservative leaders. New Hampshire's Don Bolduc Is The Latest Casualty In McConnell's Crusade Against ‘America First' CandidatesThe woman who has her job because she self-identifies as a “woman” and, despite not having a degree in human biology or even sociology, claims to possess “blackness” does her job of lying for a Figurehead. Today, it was part of her job to make-believe Georgia is suppressing the vote. In this case, they want no bottlenecks and no controls. Her cabal wants anything on a piece of paper that says “Democrat” to count. Funny, they all want bottlenecks protecting their power until it comes to the voting booth, then they want to flood the system like Cloward-Piven described. [AUDIO] - Reporter: "President Biden last year likened the new Georgia voting law to 'Jim Crow in the 21st century' but turnout so far has smashed midterm records."Jean-Pierre: "High turnout and voter suppression can be happening at the same time.". . . rigging elections takes a lot of work and talk. Joe Concha: “Chilling…. Election deniers are moderating The View.” [AUDIO] - Cruz: "Hillary Clinton, who stood up and said, Trump stole the election. Or Stacey Abrams who said that the election was stolen. They sat here and said it was illegitimate-"Whoopi: "And it was."But, the Country has been stolen, not just in rigged elections, but in private meetings of Paper-Bullies. This is an extraordinarily good, six-minute read:How Robert Mueller Empowered The FBI To Take Out Presidents, Protesters, And Pro-Life Dads"Robert S. Mueller III was at Camp David the Saturday morning after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. Just days into his tenure as FBI director, he was humiliated when President George W. Bush dismissed his reporting and said he wanted him to prevent another attack. After his experience at Camp David, Mueller resolved and resolutely set about to change the FBI's 'culture.' That's the word he used. He was going to make it into an intelligence agency, or in his repeated terminology, an 'intelligence-driven”'organization.Although Mueller as a federal prosecutor had worked with dozens of special agents — case agents — in both Boston and San Francisco as a federal prosecutor, he did not know FBI culture nor how the bureau functioned. He also displayed hostility to SACs, the special agents in charge of each of the bureau's 50-plus field offices.PENTTBOM, the bureau's codename for the 9/11 investigation, would thus become the first case in the history of the FBI run from headquarters. It set a bad precedent, which would yield poisonous fruit in the Hillary Clinton email investigation and then in the Russia collusion fiasco. After the attacks of Sept. 11, Bush ordered the Office of Personnel Management to allow retired federal law enforcement and intelligence officers to return to active duty — security clearances and all. Mueller was the only head of a federal law enforcement or intelligence agency who refused to enact the order. The CIA, we learned, went in whole hog, reinstating those who had language — or country-specific — skills and experiences. There were former agents with those skills. Robert 'Bob' Quigley was both a bomb expert and an Arabic speaker. He volunteered; the FBI did not respond. Mueller was changing course, and he didn't want anyone around who was less likely to buy into his centralized, “intelligence-driven” paradigm. Hence, in the Mueller/Comey years, we saw non-agents running public affairs and congressional affairs and serving as general counsel — all positions where the ugliness of Crossfire Hurricane and its aftermath were manifest. So, as John Durham's Sept. 15, 2021, indictment of Hillary Clinton lawyer Michael Sussmann showed us, we had FBI General Counsel James Baker, a non-agent, accepting misdirection from Sussmann. An agent would have known how to interview Sussmann. Baker, sitting alone with Sussmann in his Hoover Building office, didn't even think to bring an agent into the room. And in the summer of 2021, the IG reported on the misconduct of Jill C. Tyson, another non-agent who was brought in to run congressional affairs. She carried on a sexual liaison with a subordinate, which disrupted the workplace and demonstrated cultural rot at FBI Headquarters. Mueller had sufficient time to do his damage. His 10-year term was to end in September 2011. The U.S. Congress passed in July 2011 and then President Barack Obama signed into law a special exemption granting Mueller an additional two-year term. He served a total of 12 years, a term exceeded only by J. Edgar Hoover. Mueller recruited James Comey to be his successor as FBI director. In 2013, Mueller regaled the executive conference — a meeting of the bureau's most senior executives — with his account of a conversation with Comey. Then the deputy attorney general, Comey expressed hesitancy in accepting a “demotion” to become FBI director. Mueller demonstrated how he drew an organization chart on a napkin, showing the director reporting directly to the AG, bypassing the deputy. According to those in his audience, Mueller seemed to find that funny. What is not funny is the amount of damage Comey proceeded to inflict on the FBI until he was dismissed by President Trump on May 9, 2017. Mueller's change in culture — from a law enforcement to an intelligence mindset — was greatly exacerbated by Comey's poor leadership, leading the FBI into the ugly morass of the Russia Collusion hoax."Exclusive: Federal Judge Raises Questions About Why Intelligence Operative Not Charged in Gaetz Extortion Scheme"The federal judge presiding over the case of the extortion scheme targeting Rep. Matt Gaetz's father raised questions as to why an intelligence operative involved in the crime hasn't been charged, according to court transcripts.In the sentencing hearing for long-time con man Stephen Alford, who was charged in the Gaetz extortion case and sentenced to five years in prison, federal Judge Margaret Casey Rodgers questioned why former military intelligence officer and State Department contractor Bob Kent — who was involved in virtually every step of the crime — was not charged as well, saying she disagrees that there isn't the evidence for it.We can see the fruits of Mueller's attack on distributed powers--his creation of a bottleneck--everywhere we look in today's FBI. I am sure there are many more good agents like Steven Friend trying to rescue the agency. But, how can they when Mueller and Comey has stripped actual cops of influence and built the powerbase around careerist bureaucrats. Cops are generally people who choose to serve rather than be served; they protect people. Careerist bureaucrats protect organizations and careers . . . their careers. They do that with bottlenecks. [AUDIO] - FBI doesn't care about child porn anymore… Sharyl Attkisson interviews whistleblower Steve Friend…The fruits of this tactic are also evident in the impotent but dangerous Paper-Bully, Merrick Garland. [AUDIO] - Paper-Bully, Merrick Garland: “The government of China sought to interfere with the rights & freedoms of individuals in the United States & to undermine our judicial system that protects those rights. They did not succeed.”No, Merrick; you are doing EXACTLY what the CCP would demand of you.And, unless we turn back to God, it's going to get worse.US citizens were given secret Covid “decree violation” scores; Mass surveillance during the first months of the US lockdowns.Here's news of the same sort of surveillance from the UK[AUDIO] - UK - On the 1st Oct the Government announced it would collect & store all your SMART METER data, after saying for many years that they wouldn't! Where is your data? will it be used against you if you use too much energy? Focus!Huh, that's weird . . . they are tracking us in the U.S. US citizens were given secret Covid “decree violation” scores; Mass surveillance during the first months of the US lockdowns.

The Todd Herman Show
5 MINUTE FOCUS: Robert Mueller's legacy of rot and my apology to quiet soldiers. Ep_415_5MF

The Todd Herman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 7:37


Plain English with Derek Thompson
The Case for Indicting Donald Trump

Plain English with Derek Thompson

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 47:08 Very Popular


For years, liberals have deluded themselves into thinking that Donald Trump was always on the verge of some calamitous legal defeat. Robert Mueller was made into an icon of the left. But no charges were filed. The Russiagate theory had a lot of smoke, and even some fire, but it failed to put Trump in a courtroom. At this point, you could be forgiven for checking out entirely on the efforts to charge Trump with crimes, since they all seem to end the same way. Without an indictment. If that's going to change, it will largely rest on the decision making of one man: Merrick Garland, the attorney general of the United States. In a recent essay for The Atlantic, staff writer Frank Foer spent hours talking to Garland to understand who he is, how he thinks, and how his approach to law could help us predict the next chapter of the Trump legal saga. Foer comes away with a big prediction: The indictment of Trump is now "inevitable." And he's here to tell us why. Host: Derek Thompson Guest: Frank Foer Producer: Devon Manze Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

CrossroadsET
Saudis Accuse Biden of Impeachable Offense; Durham Exposes Mueller and Comey Lies

CrossroadsET

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 91:13


President Joe Biden is being accused of quid pro quo by attempting to get Saudi Arabia to delay cuts to oil production until after the 2022 midterm elections. The Saudi government issued a public release exposing the attempt, and this could be an impeachable offense for Biden, on par with former President Donald Trump's calls with Ukrainian leadership that Democrats voted to impeach him over. Meanwhile, special counsel John Durham is continuing his investigations into the Crossfire Hurricane scandal, and a recent trial exposed that former FBI Director James Comey and former special counsel Robert Mueller lied about key information. In this live Q&A with Crossroads host Joshua Philipp, we'll discuss these stories and others, and answer questions from the audience. ⭕️ Stay up-to-date with Josh with the Crossroads NEWSLETTER

TNT Radio
Tyler Nixon on The Bryan McClain Show - 13 October 2022

TNT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 55:45


GUEST OVERVIEW: Tyler Nixon was the lawyer to President Trump's former campaign adviser Roger Stone. During the Russia Hoax investigation, he was questioned by special counsel Robert Mueller's office as part of the Justice Department's investigation into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 election.

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick
Episode 687: Stand Up Special with Actor, Writer, director, author, narrator and Zen Buddhist priest and teacher Peter Coyote

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 50:09


Hi there Kim and apparently Melanie who also reads the show notes. These show notes are for you 2 unless someone else wants to show themselves! I will see you at our next secret meeting and I will invite your favorite guest to join us! How about that for a bonus!  I wanted today's conversation with Peter Coyote to be evergreen or always relevant whenever you decide to listen to it so I eschewed the normal production elements and news and got right to my chat with the legend. Special thanks to Mark Nolte and his ban City Park in Iowa City who wrote this song for Peter. Please go listen or stream it! My previous conversations with Peter are linked below Stand Up is a daily podcast. I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 800 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more PETER COYOTE began his film career at 39, after living nearly a dozen years in the counter-culture during the 1960s and 70s. Since then, he has performed as an actor for some of the world's most distinguished filmmakers, including: Barry Levinson, Roman Polanski, Pedro Almodovar, Steven Spielberg, Walter Hill, Martin Ritt, Steven Soderberg, Diane Kurys, Sidney Pollack and Jean Paul Rappeneau. To date he has made over 150 films. In 2006 he had a major role in three televison series: The Inside on Fox-TV, the 4400 on USA Channel and played the Vice-President to Geena Davis's President on Commander in Chief for ABC-TV until the show's end. In 2011 he starred as the District Attorney in the new version of Law and Order – LA. In 2000 year he was the on-camera announcer of the Academy Awards Ceremony, taking the heavy-lifting off co-host Billy Crystal's shoulders for the detailed announcements and data which played live to an estimated one billion listeners. In 2007 he was prominently featured as an old boxing promoter in Rod Lurie's “Resurrecting the Champ” with Samuel. L. Jackson and Josh Hartnett, and also as Sally Field's disreputable writing teacher on the television series, “Brothers and Sisters.” He recently completed a six hour series called The Disappearance which aired last year. Most recently, he played Robert Mueller to Jeff Daniel's Jim Comey, and Brendan Gleeson's Donald Trump. The series is called The Comey Rule and will be released this year on SHOWTIME.   Mr. Coyote has written a memoir of his counter-culture years called Sleeping Where I Fall which received universally excellent reviews, appeared on three best-seller lists and sold five printings in hardback after being released by Counterpoint Press in 1999, it was re-released in November of 2010 and has been in continuous release ever since. It is currently in use as a source text for Sixties Studies in a number of universities including Harvard where he was invited to teach “The Theater of Protest” last year.   An early chapter from that book, “Carla's Story, won the 1993/94 Pushcart Prize for Excellence in non-fiction. His new book, The Rainman's Third Cure, released in April, 2015 is a study of mentors and the search for wisdom and he is currently readying a new book for publication in 2021-(TITLE) The I Behind the Mask: The Lone Ranger and Tonto meet the Buddha.   Mr. Coyote is well-known for his narration work, and has voiced 150 documentaries and TV specials, including the nine-hour PBS Special, The West. In 1992 he won an EMMY as the “Host” for a nine-hour series, called, The Pacific Century which also won the prestigious duPont-Columbia Award for Excellence in Broadcast Journalism.   In 2010 he recorded the12 hour series on The National Parks for Ken Burns and has recently completed the voice-work on Mr. Burns most recent series—a 16 hour special on The History of Country Music. He won a second Emmy for his narration on The Roosevelts, and has also done Prohibition, The Dust Bowl, and an 18 Hour series on Vietnam with Ken Burns. Mr Coyote and Mr Burns just completed a long series on Ernest Hemingway. In 2011 he was ordained as a Zen Buddhist priest and in 2015 received “transmission” from his teacher, making him an independent Zen teacher. He makes his home on a farm in Northern California, and considers working on his 1952 Dodge Power-Wagon his longest lasting addiction. He has 40 fruit trees and loves to make jam and walk with his two dogs.   Peter Coyote Episode 276 Peter Coyote Wikipedia Peter Coyote Movies IMDB Peter Coyote Books Peter Coyote with me on Episode 14   SUPPORT THE SHOW BY SUPPORTING  one of the sponsors of the show!   Indeed.com/StandUp   Check out all things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete Coe Follow and Support Gareth Sever  Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page

Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton
“We Are Currently Being Harmed” by Trump's Info Breach: Andrew Weissman Breaks Down the Case Against the ExPOTUS

Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 65:21


Never has there been a time in U.S. history when lawyers were as in the foreground as they have been during the era of Donald Trump. Many of them have ended up under the bus, from Michael Cohen to Paul Manafort to Rudy Giuliani. But the many twists and investigatory turns over the last half decade also made household names of a number of bright legal minds. Andrew Weissman is chief among them. As a lead member of Robert Mueller's special counsel's office and a professor, Weissman knows how to meticulously break down the facts when it comes to all the president's mess.  On this week's episode of Inside the Hive, he explains just how significant Trump's national security breach was, without even knowing what's in the documents secreted away at Mar-a-Lago. And what's Attorney General Merrick Garland poised to do? Weissman has an idea. Plus, Hive media reporter Joe Pompeo on the birth of true-crime mania and his new book, “Blood & Ink.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Kudzu Vine
Cheri Jacobus

Kudzu Vine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 63:00


Cheri Jacobus' commentary, while right-of-center, at times takes on the Republican Party, including it's leaders.  Currently a registered independent, she is a strong and impactful critic of Donald Trump, a stance that has come with a price, but her commitment to her guiding principle of “country before party” remains steadfast and strong. She is the founder, President, and Executive Producer of “America Reads The Mueller Report” airing on local TV in several states to educate Americans on what Special Counsel Robert Mueller actually found and reported. Her past work includes: columnist for USA Today and The Hill, writing for The Guardian, The Daily Beast, New York Daily News, adjunct professor at George Washington University's Graduate School of Political Management, founder and president of the political and PR consulting firm Capitol Strategies PR, RNC spokesperson and Communications Director for the House Education and Workforce Committee after the historic 1994 GOP takeover of Congress during the Contract for America.  

The Takeout
Former Trump White House Counsel Ty Cobb

The Takeout

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 45:18


Former Trump White House lawyer Ty Cobb suspects the Justice Department investigation into the former president's mishandling of documents – some of them highly classified – is about a broader inquiry into potential crimes related to the January 6th Capitol riot and efforts to overturn the 2020 election.Cobb worked closely with the former president, defending the White House during Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation. “I believe former President Trump to be a deeply wounded narcissist and he is often incapable of acting other than in his perceived self-interest or for revenge,” Cobb said. “I think those are the two compelling instincts that guide his actions.”Join us for lunch at Ris in DC's West End. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

TNT Radio
Tyler Nixon on The Bryan McClain Show - 09 September 2022

TNT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 55:49


On today's show Tyler Nixon discusses the raid on Roger Stone and gives his opinion/analysis on the raid of President Trump. GUEST OVERVIEW: Tyler Nixon was the lawyer to President Trump's former campaign adviser Roger Stone. During the Russia Hoax investigation, he was questioned by special counsel Robert Mueller's office as part of the Justice Department's investigation into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 election.

TNT Radio
Tyler Nixon on Deprogram with Michael Parker - 01 September 2022

TNT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 55:37


On today's show we chat with Tyler Nixon and discuss the raid on Roger Stone and he will give his opinion and analysis on the raid of President Trump. GUEST OVERVIEW: Tyler Nixon was the lawyer to President Trump's former campaign adviser Roger Stone. During the Russia Hoax investigation, he was questioned by special counsel Robert Mueller's office as part of the Justice Department's investigation into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 election.

NTD News Today
DOJ Releases Robert Mueller-Era Memo on Trump; DHS Terminates Disinformation Governance Board

NTD News Today

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 51:37


NTD News Today—8/25/2022 1. Fierce Debate Over Canceled Student Debt 2. DOJ Releases Robert Mueller-era Memo on Trump 3. D.C. Imposes 1st Ever Fee on Greenhouse Gas 4. Texas Targets ESG Financial Companies 5. Bill: Security Threats From UFOs 'Expanding' 6. Biden Appoints Cheatle to Lead Secret Service 7. Illegal Immigrants as Lawyers in New Mexico 8. Adults Posing as Children Caught at Border 9. Kobe Bryant's Widow Awarded $16m Over Photos 10. Uvalde School Board Fires Police Chief

Bold and Blunt
Persecuted By the FBI, Thrown Into Solitary

Bold and Blunt

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 30:02


Imagine FBI agents and their law enforcement partners storming into your home, seizing your personal items, boxing up your possessions and removing them from the house, then cuffing you and carting you off and sticking you in prison -- and ultimately, in solitary confinement. For days. For weeks. For months. For however long they can. Maybe you'd expect that treatment if you were a criminal -- or, not an American. But what about if you're just someone who, say, supports Donald Trump or works for Donald Trump or writes favorably about Donald Trump or associates with Donald Trump -- and that was your so-called "crime" and prosecutable offense? What if you came under Department of Justice fire simply for the "crime" of being conservatives? Far too many still believe such scenarios could never happen in America; that America, land of the free, does not engage in secret police or communist practices; that America, beacon of liberty, does not allow persecution of people based on their politics. But it happens. It has happened. And worse, it can happen to any Jane or Joe Citizen. Paul Manafort, former Trump campaign chief, discusses his own personal experiences with Robert Mueller and the deep staters who despised all-things-Trump.

Countdown with Keith Olbermann
EPISODE 10: COUNTDOWN WITH KEITH OLBERMANN 8.12.22

Countdown with Keith Olbermann

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 40:35 Very Popular


TRUMP IS SUSPECTED OF STEALING NUCLEAR WEAPON DOCUMENTS. A BLOCK (00:00) Stealing nuclear documents has previously been prosecuted in this country as a Capital crime (2:10) Washington Post's scoop on FBI seeking "classified documents relating to nuclear weapons" at Mar-A-Lago (2:42) Another report: FBI found dozens of Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented documents (3:52) Attorney General wants to unseal warrant; in late announcement Trump says he acquiesces (4:14) The Assistant Attorney General for National Security attended Garland's announcement (4:25) What changed in June that made authorities act? (8:38) Republicans respond. Have you no sense of decency, at long last? B BLOCK (13:57) Every Dog Has Its Day (15:50) Postscripts To The News: Attack on Cincinnati FBI, more Herschel Walker nonsense, USPS screw-ups, first glimmer of hope for the return of Brittney Griner and Paul Whelan (19:08) Sports: Bill Russell's number retired by NBA (19:54) I was the first TV reporter to do a story on the book that became the movie "Field of Dreams" and the Field of Dreams Game is everything the book and movie criticized (24:00) The Worst Persons In The World: Scott Adams, The Lincoln Project, Charlie Kirk. C BLOCK (26:54) The weekly reading from the immortal humorist James Thurber. In this episode, from his book "My Life And Hard Times," his most famous short story: The Night The Bed Fell.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Highway Diary with Eric Hollerbach
Highway Diary w/ Eric Hollerbach Ep 355 - Joanna Jedrzejczyk's Breasts

Highway Diary with Eric Hollerbach

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 48:58


In this solo podcast, I talk about Joanna Jedrzejczyk's boob job, and the reality of weight-cutting for fights. The forces of reality are at odds with the liars at DAVOS.   This podcast officially supports Florida Congressman Matt Gaetz. Matt Gaetz is not only funny and intelligent, he's also charismatic and exposes disgusting, corrupt, liars, and deep-state actors, like Jerrold Nadler, and Robert Mueller.   Come see me perform comedy in New Jersey in September, 2022!   www.EricHollerbach.com @KlausSchwabJr   Sponsor: www.ACBDRemedy.com - Promo Code Eric for 20% off      

The Kevin Jackson Show
Ep. 22-315 - Danger To Democracy

The Kevin Jackson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 38:41


In this episode, Robert Mueller, James Comey, Andrew McCabe, Chris Wray, danger to democracy. The attempts to interfere in a presidential election.

Brian Lehrer: A Daily Politics Podcast
A Mueller Probe Lawyer Explains The Mar-a-Lago Search Warrant

Brian Lehrer: A Daily Politics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 20:44 Very Popular


We asked a lawyer who's very familiar with Trump-world to explain what it means that the FBI recovered presidential records from the former president's private residence. On Today's Show:Andrew Weissmann, professor of criminal and national security law at NYU School of Law, lead prosecutor in Robert Mueller's Special Counsel's Office and the author of Where Law Ends: Inside the Mueller Investigation (Random House, 2020), shares his analysis of the FBI's surprise search of former President Trump's Florida estate, and what it signifies about Federal investigations of the former president.

The Brian Lehrer Show
A Prosecutor Answers Questions on the FBI's Search of Mar-a-Lago

The Brian Lehrer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 40:15


Andrew Weissmann, professor of criminal and national security law at NYU School of Law, lead prosecutor in Robert Mueller's Special Counsel's Office and the author of Where Law Ends: Inside the Mueller Investigation (Random House, 2020), shares his analysis of the FBI's surprise search of former President Trump's Florida estate, and what it signifies about Federal investigations of the former president.

The Lawfare Podcast
Decoding Aleksandr Ionov's Influence Operation with Thomas Rid and Brandon Van Grack

The Lawfare Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 49:52 Very Popular


On July 29, the Justice Department announced the indictment of Aleksandr Ionov, a Russian national and president of the Anti-Globalization Movement of Russia. Ionov is charged with “conspiring to have U.S. citizens act as illegal agents of the Russian government”—and the Justice Department alleges that he was essentially running a years-long influence operation within the United States on behalf of the FSB, the Russian intelligence agency. The indictment is a wild ride, with a number of Americans listed as unindicted co-conspirators.To discuss, Quinta Jurecic sat down with Thomas Rid—professor of strategic studies at Johns Hopkins University's School of Advanced International Studies and author of a book on Eastern bloc influence operations called “Active Measures”—and Brandon Van Grack, a partner and co-chair of the National Security and Crisis Management practices at the law firm Morrison and Foerster and a former official at the Justice Department, where—among other things—he served as senior assistant special counsel to Special Counsel Robert Mueller. They talked through what to make of the allegations against Ionov: are they alarming, or evidence of clumsiness and incompetence on the part of Russia? What can we say about the Justice Department's strategy in bringing this case and where the investigation might go?Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Consider This from NPR
The January 6th Committee Rests Its Case For Now, And Eyes Turn to Merrick Garland

Consider This from NPR

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 14:21 Very Popular


This week the House Select Committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol wrapped up its first set of public hearings. The final hearing focused on former President Trump's actions - or lack of action - as rioters breached the Capitol.As the hearings continue, the Department of Justice is conducting its own investigation. And Attorney General Merrick Garland is under pressure from the left to bring criminal charges against Trump.We spoke to former federal prosecutor Andrew Weissmann about the evidence that the House Select Committee has presented and what the attorney general may be considering. Weissmann was a senior prosecutor on Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.In participating regions, you'll also hear a local news segment to help you make sense of what's going on in your community.Email us at considerthis@npr.org.

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
SM Happy Hour Extra with Glenn Kirschner 6-17-22

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 16:23


Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
SM Happy Hour Extra with Jody Hamilton 6-13-22

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 13:57


Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
SM Happy Hour Extra with Glenn Kirschner 6-10-22

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 15:57


Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
SM Happy Hour Extra with Steph's Catfish Story 6-6-22

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 12:16


Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
SM Happy Hour Podcast with DNC Chair Jaime Harrison & Kimberley Johnson

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 27:46


DNC Chair Jaime Harrison & Kimberley JohnsonSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.