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BREAKING: White House releases rough transcript of Trump's April call with Ukrainian president - Media Bias/Fact Check
The White House on Friday released a record of President Donald Trump’s first call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy in April as the second open hearing in House Democrats’ impeachment inquiry got underway.
That call, according to the text, appears congratulatory and cordial in nature, with Trump congratulating Zelenskiy on his recent election and saying he would later be invited to the White House. Zelenskiy quickly invites Trump to his inauguration, extolling the virtues of his country. Trump is noncommittal, promising a high-level delegation. Officials later testified that the White House visit was made conditional upon Zelenskiy investigating Trump’s political rival.
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3 days ago by rgl7194
(2) What's New in Descript 3.1 - YouTube
Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.
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7 days ago by nharbour
It Takes a Whistleblower to Know One - WhoWhatWhy
According to John Kiriakou, a 15-year CIA operative who served 23 months in federal prison for exposing the CIA’s torture program during the Iraq war, the decision to become a whistleblower is a once-in-a-lifetime event from which one never really recovers.
Kiriakou joins Jeff Schechtman in this week’s WhoWhatWhy podcast. He talks about the term “whistleblower,” why some in the mainstream media will not use it, and why the word is especially anathema to those in the intelligence community. He examines the gauntlet that the current whistleblower seems to have gone through and details why so many aspects of his story are a bit out of the ordinary. 
He reminds us of the overriding mistake — one he accuses the New York Times of repeatedly making — of focusing on the whistleblower and not simply on the information. Kiriakou argues that, if the information is credible and verifiable, it alone — by law and fact — has to be the focus. What the whistleblower does, for whom they work, who they are, or even their own personal agenda should not ever be part of the discussion. It’s only about the information that is brought forth.
Talking about his own experience as a whistleblower, and why he went public instead of going through a similar process to the current whistleblower, he shares the story of the death threats he received and just how serious they were. He believes that the current whistleblower, especially given the comments by President Donald Trump, may be in grave danger.
Examining the totality of the story of the Ukraine call, and the elegantly crafted complaint, Kiriakou thinks that the whistleblower may be a front person for a group of people that wanted to get the facts out.  
He also comments that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, a former CIA director, may (like so many others within the agency) have been indoctrinated to think that it’s OK to lie, cheat, and steal — and that maybe he doesn’t even know the difference anymore.
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15 days ago by rgl7194
Read Alexander Vindman’s full opening statement on Trump and Ukraine | PBS NewsHour
WASHINGTON (AP) — An Army officer at the National Security Council who twice raised concerns over the Trump administration’s push to have Ukraine investigate Democrats and Joe Biden, arrived in military uniform on Capitol Hill to testify Tuesday in the impeachment inquiry.
Alexander Vindman, an lieutenant colonel who served in Iraq and, later, as a diplomat, is prepared to tell House investigators that he listened to President Donald Trump’s July 25 call with new Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskiy and reported his concerns to the NSC’s lead counsel, according to prepared testimony.
His arrival in military blue, with medals, created a striking image as he entered the Capitol and made his way to the secure briefing room behind closed doors.
“I was concerned by the call,” Vindman will say, according to the testimony obtained Monday night by The Associated Press. “I did not think it was proper to demand that a foreign government investigate a U.S. citizen, and I was worried about the implications for the U.S. government’s support of Ukraine.”
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17 days ago by rgl7194
Bruce Schneier on how insecure electronic voting could break the United States — and surveillance without tyranny - 80,000 Hours
Nobody is in favor of the power going down. Nobody is in favor of all cell phones not working. But an election? There are sides. Half of the country will want the result to stand and half the country will want the result overturned; they’ll decide on their course of action based on the result, not based on what’s right.
Bruce Schneier
November 3 2020, 10:32PM: CNN, NBC, and FOX report that Donald Trump has narrowly won Florida, and with it, re-election.
November 3 2020, 11:46PM: The NY Times, Washington Post and Wall Street Journal report that some group has successfully hacked electronic voting systems across the country, including Florida. The malware has spread to tens of thousands of machines and deletes any record of its activity, so the returning officer of Florida concedes they actually have no idea who won the state — and don’t see how they can figure it out.
What on Earth happens next?
Today’s guest — world-renowned computer security expert Bruce Schneier — thinks this scenario is plausible, and the ensuing chaos would sow so much distrust that half the country would never accept the election result.
Unfortunately the US has no recovery system for a situation like this, unlike Parliamentary democracies, which can just rerun the election a few weeks later.
The constitution says the state legislature decides, and they can do so however they like; one tied local election in Texas was settled by playing a hand of poker.
Elections serve two purposes. The first is the obvious one: to pick a winner. The second, but equally important, is to convince the loser to go along with it — which is why hacks often focus on convincing the losing side that the election wasn’t fair.
Schneier thinks there’s a need to agree how this situation should be handled before something like it happens, and America falls into severe infighting as everyone tries to turn the situation to their political advantage.
And to fix our voting systems, we urgently need two things: a voter-verifiable paper ballot and risk-limiting audits.
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20 days ago by rgl7194
Vroom, Inc. (TSLA) Q3 2019 Earnings Call Transcript
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26 days ago by fbotha
Vanity Fair Responds to Angelina Jolie’s Comments Related to Its September Cover Story | Vanity Fair
Jolie’s lawyer also asked us to remove the original paragraph from the online version of Peretz’s story and to publish the above statement prominently, with the title “Angelina Jolie Correction” in the October edition of V.F. and also on


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In response to these requests, V.F. reviewed the transcript and audiotape of Peretz’s interview with Jolie for the story. Peretz had recorded it on two devices. A transcript of the relevant section is reproduced below.
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5 weeks ago by paulbradshaw
talk-transcripts/ at master · matthiasn/talk-transcripts
Transcripts of Clojure-related talks. Contribute to matthiasn/talk-transcripts development by creating an account on GitHub.
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6 weeks ago by InkyHarmonics
2019-07-25 President Trump's unclassified conversation with Ukraine President Zelenskyy
2019-07-25 President Trump's unclassified conversation with Ukraine President Zelenskyy is a new note in Evernote - created on September 26, 2019 at 03:16PM
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7 weeks ago by pauljacobson
BREAKING: Trump asked Ukraine leader in phone call to look into why investigation of Biden's son ended, transcript shows - Media Bias/Fact Check
President Donald Trump, in a midsummer phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy, asked him to look into why that country’s top prosecutor apparently had ended an investigation of the business dealings of Joe Biden’s son, who served on the board of a Ukrainian gas company.
“(Then-Vice President Joe) Biden went around bragging that he stopped the prosecution, so if you can look into it, it sounds horrible to me,” Trump told Zelenskiy during the 30-minute phone call. A transcript of the call was made public Wednesday by the Trump administration under pressure from Democrats who have launched a formal impeachment inquiry to determine whether the president sought the help of a foreign leader to boost his campaign.
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7 weeks ago by rgl7194
Tommy Bolin Teaser - Classic Album Review - Vinyl,CD and Box Set
This is one of my desert island discs. However, it was not always this way. In 1975 when I heard that this guy was replacing my hero Ritchie Blackmore in Deep Purple, I had no interest in hearing it at all.
Within a year this album took me on a journey of discovery which introduced me to Billy Cobham, Jazz fusion and a realisation that this was one of the most talented musicians of his era.
The video talks about the album, related albums and which versions to get on CD and vinyl.
Video Transcript Below
Hi and welcome to the Now Spinning group on Facebook. My name is Phil Aston, and this is a retro review of an album that is one of my desert island discs. This is my take on it, so I want to share not just what I think of the album, but how I came upon it and how it has meant so much to me over the years really.
The album is by the guitarist called Tommy Bolin. This is his solo album from 1975 called Teaser. Now my journey to this becoming one of my favorite albums for desert island disc is actually quite a long one because I was not a fan of this guy at all. The reason being he replaced my hero Ritchie Blackmore, for the album Come Taste The Band.
So when Blackmore was leaving I bought 24-Carat Purple and I just thought it was over. Who was this guy called Tommy Bolin? I’d never heard of him. He meant nothing to me at all!
Someone told me, “Oh he’s a jazz guitarist” or something, but I’d never heard of Billy Cobham, although I’ll come onto that in a few moments. It was actually after Deep Purple had disappeared and self-combusted that actually I started to think about, maybe I should investigate what it was Jazz Rock was all about.
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9 weeks ago by rgl7194

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