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"97 minutes" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

08:00 min | 2 months ago

"97 minutes" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Moment the Supreme Court is entering the debate over the Second Amendment right to bear arms. Today's case is aroused huge interest among citizens and politicians alike and it is divided even the president and vice president. March 18th, 2008, the day the Heller case was argued that the Supreme Court, everyone understood how high the stakes were. It is the people. Outside in front of the Supreme Court protesters by the hundreds were marching and chanting in favor of gun rights and in favor of gun control. Journalist from all over the world descended upon the Supreme Court that day. And inside the supreme courthouse. We will hear argument today in case zero 7 two 90 District of Columbia versus Heller. This was the first time in our history, the Supreme Court would directly try to figure out what the Second Amendment means. Mister dellinger. And immediately. Good morning, mister chief justice and may please the court. D.C.'s lawyer Walter dellinger gets up and jumps right into it. Second Amendment was a direct response. And he sort of begins with the central question like, what was James Madison thinking when he wrote this super confusing sentence like 200 years ago? Was he thinking about the individual people and the right to own a gun or was he thinking about the collective right of the militia to own a gun? To consider, is the phrase protecting a right to keep and bear arms. And he says, if you look at the phrase. The phrase keep and bear arms. How it was used at the time? Every person who used the phrase bear arms, used it to refer to the use of arms in connection with militia service. The interest that if you look at some of Madison's rough drafts of the Second Amendment, it's pretty clear that when he says people have a right to bear arms, all he really means is like report for duty. Even if the language of keeping and bearing arms were ambiguous, he had been first clause confirms that the right is militia related. It's a thing. If you're right, mister dellinger. Chief justice Roberts jumps in, like, wow, wow, wow, wow. Why would they say the right of the people to keep arms? They meant just the people in the state militias. Why wouldn't they say state militias have the right to keep arms? This is chief justice. I believe that the phrase, the people, and the phrase the militia were really in sync with each other. The federalist farmer uses the phrase, the people are the militia, the militia, the right, doesn't that cut against you if the militia included all the people, it includes all the people. Yes, I do believe it includes all the people. At this point, everyone sort of jumps in a bunch of justices. Start interrupting each other. It's kind of like a scrum and they're all trying to figure out, okay, so when Madison wrote the phrase. The right of the people to keep it bear, I'm sure not be in French. Like, who were the people he was talking about? Thinking of the people. What those words meant. Was the people just the militia or everyone, all the people. What is the relationship between the second part of the sentence, the people part, and the first part of the sentence? The militia part. They go into like Sonya and common law, right? He speaks of common law. Scottish highlanders. Scottish highlanders for some reason. At one point, the subject is arms in both clauses as they even sort of start to diagram Madison's sentence. I think as this court and the net result, according to Adam Winkler, was the four liberals, Stevens, souter Breyer, Ginsburg. Seemed to want to emphasize the militia part of the sentence, and then you had the four conservative justices, Scalia, Thomas, Alito, Roberts. Who seemed to want to emphasize the people part of the sentence, the second part. I don't see how there's any contradiction. And team people's team captain, the quarterback, the first chair that day was, without a doubt, justice Antonin Scalia. Why isn't it perfectly plausible indeed reasonable to assume that since the framers knew that the way militias were destroyed by tyrants in the past was not by passing a law against militias, but by taking away the people's weapons. A year throughout the arguments is that Scalia is very, very forwardly pressing the sort of individual rights argument speaks of the right of the people. And justices like David souter, the kind of the military are arguing back saying what about the collective, the militia. This goes on for well over an hour, the justices sort of grilling the lawyers, arguing amongst themselves, everybody trying to figure out what was in James Madison's head. Until finally, just as briar, one of the liberal justices is like, you're saying that this is unreasonable. Hold the phone. And that really is my question. Forget what Madison intended, there is no way for us to know. Let's talk about now. Let's talk about gun violence. This sentence was most definitely written about muskets. What about handguns and assault rifles? What is reasonable now? 80 to a 100,000 people every year in the United States. Are either killed or wounded in gun related homicides or a crimes or accidents or suicides, but suicides and more questionable. That's why I say 80 to a 100,000. Now, in light of that, why isn't a ban on handguns? A reasonable or a proportionate response on behalf of the District of Columbia. Because your honor, for the same reason it was offered by numerous military officers at the highest levels of the U.S. Military. It all branches of service, writing in two briefs, they agree with us that the handgun ban serves to weak in America's military preparedness because Alan gura basically argues when you take away people's guns, they're going to be less prepared if and when they enlist in the army, to which justice Breyer is like, they can still practice shooting. With their rifles, which weren't banned in D.C. they can go to gun ranges, I guess, in neighboring states. But does that make it unreasonable for a city? With a very high crime rate, assuming that the objective is what the military people say to keep us ready for the draft, if necessary. Is it unreasonable for a city with that high crime rate? To say no handguns here. You want to say yes. That's your answer. Well, you want to say yes, that's correct, but I want to hear what the reason is because there's a big crime problem. I'm simply getting you to focus on that. That, by the way, it was justice Scalia telling Alan gura how to answer justice Breyer's question. The answer is yes, it's justice Scalia noted. And it's unreasonable. And it actually fails any standard of review that might be offered under such a construction of the individual right because proficiency with handgun, as anyway, the oral arguments last 97 minutes. Far longer than most other cases, and going into the arguments, many Supreme Court watchers figured the case would be a close 5 four decision, and it could go either way. And as with all of these close cases, the question was, what would Anthony Kennedy, the swing justice do? As in so many issues in America, it comes down to what does Anthony Kennedy believe. So at the oral argument and I had the good fortune to be at the oral argument in the Heller case, everyone was looking to hear what would he say about the Second Amendment. His was really the vote that counted, and the very first comment he made. So that even if you left and had nothing to do with the concern of this remote settler to defend himself and his family against hostile Indian tribes, outlaws, wolves and bears and grizzlies and things like that. One of the first things he said was about bears. Like not bare arms, but grizzly bears..

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"97 minutes" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:23 min | 3 months ago

"97 minutes" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Be on the outset. There are plenty of guys who have been frontrunners with Greg ber halter, who can find themselves not in the World Cup picture. All right, we'll leave it there for now on Christian roll down. We won't leave it there for now on the U.S. men's national team. No, they're playing Morocco on Wednesday, June 1st, game you can watch on ESPN2. Our coverage starts at 7 p.m. Eastern Time, do not miss it. And then there were four, four teams left in Leah and eki, on Saturday, pachuca advances passed on Luis America does the same over Pueblo on Sunday at last and chief us played dua draw but Atlas advances three two on aggregate tigress lose the crusade, but it bans thanks to the tiebreaker of their position in the table. Let's start with America puebla harkin some huge and by huge I mean controversial decisions in this game. I don't know where we want to start it is the possible red on Alejandro zendejas. That was some controversy there. Pasta was also however all right, don't go in on me just yet. As we see Andrew Martin and scoring the goal, one of the three goals for America and the ultimate three two victory. But there was also her massive, massive controversy, pretty good goal here from puebla to tie things up in first half stoppage time. Massive controversy on America's second goal herc, which we know came via the penalty spot. Diego Valdez, the shot antoni Silva the save, but wait a second, BAR says Silva was off the line. Oh, come on. Come on, man. Come on. This is getting ridiculous. This is getting ridiculous. Off the line, all right. All right, this then puts the pressure on puebla because they now need two goals now. They can't even tie it. They need two goals to advance. So they're playing higher up the field, chasing the game, lead themselves open, and then there's a counter attack, transition goals, and that castle shouldn't be on the field. The score is that, and then, well, penalty kick here puts it away, it's three two made it a bit interesting, but all for not. Yeah, 97 minute goal there for puebla. Okay, herks, everybody down south is saying ah, the referees put America in the semifinals. You see it the same way? Well, I don't think they heard them. I'll tell you that much. It'd be very unfair.

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"97 minutes" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"97 minutes" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Percentages. Who is getting hospitalized? Comb or built? Morbidity is etcetera. Break it down. Come on, man. All right, let's get to the letter of the day, shall we? We've got to Two choices. I'll go ahead and I'll cut. I'll just just eat this one since 206 is Are you a millennial? You share our whining like one. Thank you very much to us. That's all she wrote. That's right. You know, we have to take a really quick break. Sherry and I will be repeating every single word that we said during the beginning of the show, and maybe a little bit more so stick around. We'll be right back after this. Okay. A couple of things we're seeing right now. In 97 minute drive still from Seattle to federal way three lanes still blocked on South 35 out near four or five in South centre, causing the back up now from the West Seattle Bridge, pushing traffic on the south End 99 5 99 Airport, Way south and now drivers are heading east, especially on eastbound 90 from Batman, Mercer Island, four or five in south and four or five is still bumper to bumper out of Bellevue through Newcastle. It's still pretty busy for those of you on North and I thought is we kind of work our way through the U District and is still going to find ourselves in some spotty slow down South Bend on the Valley Freeway as we get out of Kent, Cairo Radio, real time traffic. I'm Tracy Taylor. G three assistants, Virginia's community colleges is your pathway to a new future. Get a skill. Get a job. Get ahead. Learn more at the CCS Studied EU forward slash G three com Guys, Are you struggling with erectile dysfunction? Well, I've got some great news. Bayside Medical Clinic has a breakthrough treatment for Eddie that doesn't involve pills, injections or any side effects. I'm joined by Andrew to tell us about it. That's right guys. Bayside.

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"97 minutes" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"97 minutes" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"It comes to our travel times right now, our Seattle the Federal way drive is sitting roughly at 97 minutes, So we've come down just a little bit, But we're still looking at three lanes blocked himself 25 right near South Center in the back of starting outside of the convention center. I was just looking at some of the cameras on South and 99. So slammed outside of the tunnel all the way out past the West Seattle Bridge. Guys, This is a rough one, especially for those of you getting out to 59 and trying to use 5 18. Here's the deal. You're still not going to be able to access north on four or five from 5 18. You're going to be forced onto using southbound I five, which is not bad. I mean, you're wide open drive from South Center all the way into federal way. It's just a matter of getting their 5 99 pretty packed as well for drivers coming through to Aquila, and you're going to find quite a bit of crowding on the 90 eastbound as we come off of Mercer Island, getting up to four or five and south and four or five is still bumper to bumper outside of Bellevue. Drivers continue to struggle on north and a five near Highway two. We're still looking at some I would say not heavy duty lineups on south and if I from my waiting to the dome, but it is busy and then our drive through like what looks good. No problems there. 5 12 so little busy as we get closer to the canyon exit. Traffic is brought to you by mattress firm Imitate. You'd rather get a king bed for a Queen Price that mattress firm and save up to $500 on top rated brands like Celean Sleepy's Cairo Radio. Real time traffic. I'm Tracy Taylor. Pretty nice weather to start off the week again could be a little bit hazy. Tomorrow and into Wednesday, slight chance for a shower to Thursday and Friday, looking for highs tomorrow.

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"97 minutes" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"97 minutes" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Approaches one week from today. Morrow. CBS is Nancy Cordes. Reports from the White House for the president's National security team considers extending that deadline. US. Military officials tell CBS News. They're hoping to get an answer one way or another in the next 24 hours or so, and that's because, frankly, they need to plan they need to know whether they're just going to be in there for eight more days, and they really need to step up these evacuations and have planes going Around the clock. Taliban today warned of consequences if the U. S pushes back its withdrawal. CBSS even Portnoy has the latest on the evacuation efforts out of Afghanistan. The White House stresses the enhanced speed of the evacuations, with some 37,000 people being lifted out of Kabul since the city fell. This is an enormous Logistical, diplomatic security, humanitarian undertaking. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan says it remains the president's goal to have all Americans out by August. 31st. We are taking this day by day. We believe we are making enormous progress, Sullivan says. A few 1000 Americans are among those who have been evacuated while the vast majority have been vulnerable Afghans or citizens of other countries. Stephen Portnoy. CBS NEWS The White House As the FDA gets full approval to the Pfizer vaccine today, government workers here face in October 18th deadline to get the shot or risk being fired. The president of King County's correction, Gil tells Katie Th is Jason rants. He's worried some workers will quit rather than get vaccinated. If we lose another 2030 40 or 100 officers, I'm counting myself just people that I've spoken with. At least a dozen to 20. People have said that they won't do it. Dennis folks, says the King County jails already short staffed the county cells cover radio that it's working to beef up staffing with signing bonuses. Smoke from Central Washington's wildfires could move in the Puget Sound region tomorrow morning and turn the air quality from good it to moderates. Strong winds from the West are predicted to move in on Wednesday that should help clear any bad air. 5 32. Let's get an update now on that Ruff Ruff Drive home. Tracy Taylor certainly isn't an easy one. And when it comes to our travel times right now, our Seattle the Federal way drive is sitting roughly at 97 minutes, So we've come down just a little bit, But we're still looking at three lanes.

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"97 minutes" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"97 minutes" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Like five bucks an hour. The police could that answer the phones, But there was dignity in that too. Now. Obviously, the income inequality committee Nancy Pelosi wants is being run by idiots who are promoting quote. The people are paying people who are unwilling to work like AOC. It was an insult to Barton. There's some of the smartest people I knew were bartenders. They gave great advice. Not AOC. She's not one of them. But here's another. Hilariously tragic component of Nancy Pelosi's new Income Inequality Committee wants to pay people who are unwilling to work, whereas before I should say precision matters who has people on it, who want to pay people unwilling to work? Nancy Pelosi, without naming names, quote had harsh rhetoric. This is from the just the news piece. Pelosi had harsh rhetoric for the wealthiest Americans, calling their high pay quote, immoral. Uh huh. Really? You did. So I went back and I checked the politic Forest piece, you know, political force, otherwise known as politifact. They pretend to be a fact checking site. It's really a left wing opinion piece and a while back. There was a meme going around. Member Nancy Pelosi thinks the wealthiest Americans are immoral there well, so there was a meme going around a while back back in February of 2020. Pointing to Nancy Pelosi's net worth being $196 million Politifact Louise Jacobson to the rescue folks Remember Pelosi running the Income Inequality committee. This is not a joke. Is saying the wealthiest Americans, their high pay is immoral. Sorry. I'm not congested. I'm just was laughing about this during the break. So Pelosi's net worth, it turns out, according to Politico farce is not 196 million. Don't worry, folks. They say the 196 million figure is likely to high Congressional disclosure forms don't provide a precise number. But the midpoint of estimates produces a network for Pelosi of Drum roll, please. That sounds more like a machine gun. 97 million. Thank you. Thank you. 97 Minute, Jim. It's only 97 million. Come on that mic 97. She's one of us. She is one of a cumulus. Is that what they're paying you, Jim? Right. What is it? 97 million per right. Little let Jim says, a little less a little less. So PolitiFact to the rescue, says Don't worry Nancy Pelosi, who, by the way, thanks to wealthiest, wealthiest Americans, pay is immoral. No worries folks. Louise Jacobson from PolitiFact says she's not worth 196 million Pelosi. She's only worth 97 million. Her and her husband. I believe his name is Paul, Bob, Man. She's really struggling. How do you think she gets by? Or I know, right, fellas. What do you think She's just she eating Cheez whiz for lunch? How is she getting by? How is she doing it? Cheese whiz on. It's not even She's it crackers. She's answer too expensive. She gets the Remember the no frills brands. They were like square cheese. Things like that was because they couldn't call them. Jesus ready? I don't know how she's making it. She's eating liverwurst for dinner ourselves. 97 million, China say. What's the interest on that? You figure 97 million. She could probably be living on millions a year just in interest, even on a note that doesn't even pay well. I don't know how she does it, man. How does she pay the rent in that 200 square foot apartment? I got to take a break, but I want to end with this. And monitor. I want you to take this very seriously. Because there are liberals listening to this show, and there are conservatives too, and we need the ammunition to go and ideologically battle them. If AOC who drives a fancy Tesla and lives in a fancy apartment in a nice neighborhood and shops at Whole Foods. And Nancy Pelosi, who's worth $97 million with her husband. Says that wealthy people are immoral. And their wealth is immoral. And they don't believe it. Then why do you That's a serious question. Probe your mind. Think a little bit If Nancy Pelosi doesn't believe it. And why do you believe her? Worship golden calves. You genuflect before you pray to them. These false gods. Got more on the frauds who dominate this income inequality movement yet don't want to make income or equal by giving up their own. I got more than including black life matters found it's not black lives matter. Black life matters her black life. Patrice College doesn't care about it. And Bernie Sanders, too, who had a comment about a sport coat? That's quite interesting. We are going to get to at some point in the show whole Don't miss that one. And then David Wells, former major league pitcher coming up at the top of the next hour, I'm Dan Bongino. You're listening to Dan Bongino show. We'll be right back buns and stuff. I'm always blown away by people are in trouble with the IRS and try to deal with it themselves. They wouldn't attempt to fix their own plumbing or car issue, but they owe a ton of money. They can't pay to the IRS, and they think I got this..

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Nancy Pelosi Said the Wealthiest Americans Are Immoral yet Her Net Worth Is $96 Million

The Dan Bongino Show

01:51 min | 1 year ago

Nancy Pelosi Said the Wealthiest Americans Are Immoral yet Her Net Worth Is $96 Million

"Piece and a while back. There was a meme going around. Member Nancy Pelosi thinks the wealthiest Americans are immoral there well, so there's a meme going around a while back back in February of 2020. Pointing to Nancy Pelosi's net worth being $196 million Politifact Louise Jacobson to the rescue folks Remember Pelosi running the Income Inequality committee. This is not a joke. Is saying the wealthiest Americans, their high pay is immoral. Oh, Sorry. I'm not congested. I'm just was laughing about this during the break. So Pelosi is not worth it Turns out, according to Politico farce is not 196 million. Don't worry, folks. They say the 196 million figure is likely to high Congressional disclosure forms don't provide a precise number. But the midpoint of estimates produces a network for Pelosi of Drum roll, please. That sounds more like a machine gun. 97 million. Thank you. Thank you. 97 Minute, Jim. It's only 97 million. Come on, Mike 97. She's one of us. She's one of our to Cumulus. Is that what they're paying you, Jim? Right. What is it? 97 million per right. Little let Jim says, a little less a little less. So PolitiFact to the rescue, says Don't worry Nancy Pelosi, who, by the way, thanks to wealthiest, wealthiest Americans, pay is immoral. No worries, folks. Louise Jacobson from PolitiFact says she's not worth 196 million Pelosi. She's only worth 97 million. Her and her husband. I believe his name is Paul. Oh, man. She's really struggling. How do you think she gets by? Or I know,

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"97 minutes" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"97 minutes" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Jumped on later on Hannity. It was on it, Cruz but Owens, but it's listen. You can't come out and say something like that, like basically calling it bonkers. He's saying, I think it's ridiculous the way that the press is allowed to operate in this country. Too bad you by the way, you love that press. You love it, you lap it up. As you said, you're doing interviews with Oprah. Yeah, business with Oprah's. They're making money together on this thing. And Peter the listener who wrote the continuation of their leave me alone and give me my privacy tour. How can we miss you? If you don't go away, please go right away. If you're trying to get to sleep, I have 97 minutes of the exact access Shepherd Podcast. I can recommend you are incredible. You really just you really do suffer for your art. I mean, I know like I hear you. I hear you at all hours. And, you know, I know some of them are recorded reports when I'm scanning, you know. Skimming all over. I heart everywhere and I hear this and Baba blah. But then to hear the you sat through 90 minutes 90 minutes of those who want to save my sister, because I still don't understand it. But it is bunkers. Sure that is bonkers. Don't get smart one in the room for this podcast. Just Yeah, Yeah. I don't understand why you drive on the other side of the road, Harry, Okay. When the rest of the world other than you, Bermuda and a few other places is driving on the proper side of the road. You know, even though he flew helicopters you like okay, something we went way. My thought His brother flew helicopters, not him. Oh, he did to Harry. Nose out of it. Well, then I'm going to Afghanistan. No, no, no. Why? Podcasting? Want a lot? Yeah. You know what? The news? No, no, no. Yeah. I just got the report from you now. I don't need to listen to the podcast. Rory. Thank you. We really appreciate all your time. Here. You do a great job. Thanks. Thanks. Very all right. When we return, As Rory.

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"97 minutes" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"97 minutes" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Why use on J. T. Rowe O'Neil joins us Now our correspondent been following with Prince Harry has been up to Uh, yeah, Of course. If you start, you know, going after our constitution, our first Amendment this country, you know, especially if you're somebody of Prince Harry status. It's gonna make some news and apparently, Prince Harry. Popped off about the first Amendment here and says it's bonkers, Roy. Good morning. Welcome. And thanks for being with me. Hey, Good morning, J T by the way, 35 years ago this week for top gun hoof boy, That's I know, I know. I know, and we're expecting to see top gun too. Sometime in June. I guess we'll have to wait to see they postponed the release of that because of covert about three times, right? Yes. So the prince was on a podcast with Dax Shepard, The actor that's called the armchair expert podcast is supposed to be about mental health or it usually is. But he was asked about his time when he was living in Tyler Perry's home with the wife and the child and all those paparazzi surrounded the place with their telephoto lenses and things like that, and even the Prince said, You know, I've got so much I want to say about the First Amendment. I sort of don't under. I sort of understand it rather, but it's bonkers, really a reference toe all the Clickbait material that can be generated from these paparazzi who surrounded his home where he was staying temporarily. Well, you know, was he taken the context and misunderstood with that comment? I mean, somebody like Prince Harry. After especially what his mother went. Princess Di went through. And ultimately, you know, the paparazzi cost her. Her life is a bit jaded with the paparazzi and well it czar right to take your picture in this country, and you know we're not hurting you. But you know, the one of depends on how you wanted to find that, um, I would I would imagine here, he's coming courses. Pardon me, But is it really you in the UK they have more recourse is to sue and they can prevent things and being released and things like that, Because of the first Amendment here, they he doesn't have many of those options. That's part of the frustration. I think he was taken out of context. I listen to that old 97 minute podcast. On. I think In this instance he was taken out of public. I think taking out.

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"97 minutes" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"97 minutes" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"For your Bloomberg business report here is Jeff Bellenger. Good morning, Jeff. Good morning, Ryan. Stocks took a step back at the start to the trading week. Investors way to report from the New York area that showed demand for manufactured goods was the strongest in 15 years against worries over inflation and the global pick up in Corona virus infections. The Dow lost 54 points. The NASDAQ Lost 51. The S and P 500 closed 11 points lower. The government reports on April housing starts before the markets open this morning. Economists expect to hear that the number of groundbreakings for houses and apartments declined last month. It is official. A TNT is getting out of the entertainment business, spinning off Warner media to discovery in a deal worth around $43 billion. That's about half of what a TNT paid for the business just three years ago and amazon dot com is reportedly offered to buy MGM Variety reports. Negotiations between the online superstore and the movie studio have been going on for weeks. And the deal could value MGM at around $9 billion back to you, Ryan. Thank you, Jeff Ryan Gorman in for Jimmy several Oh, here on South Florida's first news, and now let's turn to W. Ione national correspondent Rory O'Neill. He can follow on Twitter at Radio Rory to find out why Prince Harry is in hot water boy. The Couple. They just cannot stay out of the news. Since I'm coming over to America. They they're actually they're fitting in real well in Hollywood. It sounds interesting after controversy clamoring for their privacy. Right. Exactly. So what did he say? That as people up in arms now, all right, So this was ah podcast by Dax Shepard, the actor called the armchair expert. Normally it talks about mental health problems issues on. That's why the prince was going on the podcast. And first of all, I was going to stop you right there and say, Boy that that's a heck of a downfall. Going from being part of the royal family being royalty, a prince and doing the tact acts, shepherd guys think It's and Oprah are tight. I think that's where this comes home because all this, by the way is pumping up the fact that the Prince and Oprah have a TV series debuting on Apple TV this week. Ah, God. Alright. So what did he say on this handle? Yes, now now makes sense right? So he was talking about staying in Tyler Perry's house. There's another one on all the paparazzi, all the paparazzi who were trying to take pictures of the family and invading the space and send etcetera and he talks about the First Amendment, and he went on to say, I don't want to really talk about it. I know it's a big subject. And then he says, quote, one in which I don't understand because I've only been here a short period of time but called the situation bonkers. And everyone picked up the word bonkers and First Amendment and it was off to the races. I think just my opinion here be labeled Hey, was referring to just the situation of Clickbait and, you know, media organizations profiting off the more sensational headline that better. That's why it's that's why it's bonkers. It wasn't really criticizing the First Amendment. Now, if you want to criticize him, you could say it's bonkers that he's clamoring for his privacy while doing sit downs with Oprah and a 97 minute podcast, you know, in the last two months, so That's more bonkers. I think that is His claims about the first Amendment. Yeah, well over in in the UK they handle how celebrities and public figures they're covered, but differently than we do here. There, there Laws are different, and maybe e. I think that's probably what he was referring to get a little research. So the our First Amendment obviously enshrined in the Constitution, There's isn't the whim of Parliament. So their First Amendment, not their free speech rights can be adjusted by an act of their parliament and which is not subject to a judicial review. So they are, but so the Parliament has chosen not to exercise a whole lot of influence on those on their speech rights, but that's why so they can believe in John died. Correct me if I'm wrong If you saw this when you were doing your research if a celebrity gets attacked by a certain publication, they have Maura or of a recourse there to go after that publication, then Ah public figure would here, right? Yes, And before it's published a swell so there's a big They can stop things from being published a lot easier than we can hear. That's a big difference, and they pay those finds all the time you said. You know Bright s O. The media outlets pay a big fine. Frequently over there, but it's been picked up by conservative media over here handed the last night. Ted Cruz yesterday. Campus Owens Congressman Crenshaw. So they're all picking up on this bonkers comment by the prince. But it made really been taken out of context because they didn't sit through 97 minutes of tax shipment like I did. Wow. We thank you for that. I feel smart wouldn't work. I don't know why the whole prince. Everything is getting so much attention. I think that's what he was talking about when he said bonkers, But okay to me, The more interesting part is that he stated Tyler Perry's house. Yeah, right. I mean, I'm just saying into In Buckingham balance and castles. And then you're Tyler Perry's as It was probably an upgrade. That is, that is quite a lifestyle. Change Our Wi OD national correspondent Rory O'Neil, You can follow on Twitter at Radio Rory Roy. Thanks for the time this morning. We appreciate what's up..

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"97 minutes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"97 minutes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Health is a journey and what I want at this point in my life, and what I need is very different than what my daughter who's a young mom needs. And today we don't tell you what you have to weigh. What we say is what is healthy mean to you, whether your goals and how do we help you get there and that's not about a number. On a scale, all right, as you could hear, And as you could see on our YouTube channel couple of options this week, in fact versus fiction the fiction or is it It's a new movie Miyu Madness, starring on by the wife of former U S Treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin. The other option is the next segment of the Quick takes serious portrait and here to tell us about both. Oh my God, This is like my favorite cocktail party eyes, of course, quick, Take chief correspondent Jason Kelly. He's on the phone and Sleepy Hollow and he is out with the latest Syriza Portrait and then James Tarmy Bloomberg Business Week writer on the phone in New York City. He's writing about me. You manage, guys. Thank you so much for being here. Two choices. Jason, Let me kick it off with you. Um, you do a profile of W. W chief Mindy Grossman. Do? Well, First of all, I think it's a credit to you that you call in the boys come running, right? I mean, I think that went head. That's what happened because we're here to prove it. Yes, Thank you. Yes. The latest episode of Portrait. Mindy Grossman, We You were nice enough to talk to me last week about Chris Paul. You could also excuse me. Rich Paul, you can watch that. On the portrait streams well, but Mindy Grossman, someone well known to you, it's really about her story. Her journey working for some of the best known entrepreneurs in the world, and now taking on W. W, the former weight watchers, it is. It's an up and down tail in in many ways, pun intended and in talks about her relationship with Oprah and so much more Yeah, absolutely. And then James, Tommy, come on in on your option because it's a little bit different. Little bit is absolutely right. All right, a lot a lot different. The plot is that this is a sociopath, a hedge fund manager who was also a cannibal. And, uh, she is. In whatever way in the process of tracking a sort of a young grifter, played by Ed Westwick, who you might know from gossip girl and uncanny romance ensues. Well, during which they fight each other and swear a lot. That is basically the plot and the movie in all of its glorious 97 minutes. I will say the commonality is they're both too strong Women many years somebody you have to find it. Listen, It's true. Listen, Mindy is near and dear and united. Jason have talked with her. Ah, lot. I mean, she has worked with someone incredible people. I think about Ralph Lauren. I think about Oprah. I mean, you name it. Absolutely, you know, I mean, she cut her teeth in the menswear business. And, you know, she goes on to work at Nike for Phil Knight and then goes to run home shopping network for Barry Diller. And you know through all of that, and she talks about this in the show. She sort of formed her own identity in many ways, and I think you know, part of it is about being a strong woman, and there's a great line in there in the show about how she really very Methodically didn't sort of separate work and home and work in personal because, as she said, it's hard enough being one. Mindy. I couldn't be too. Yeah, which is a really good point. Well, and James, you know, it's interesting, too is writing. You know, I watched the trailer I was reading your story. I mean, does she pull on any of her real life role as wife of the Treasury secretary or former Treasury secretary, Steve Mnuchin. Well, I wouldn't Say that she's referencing her role per se. In the movie. However, she does absolutely reference the various controversies in which she sort of inserted herself. Um In a kind of serious of like slapstick self owns over the course of the administration. There's these kind of notorious example of her, um Marking on Oregon mother of three over Instagram for not contributing as much pain as many taxes. That's her anyway. She references all of these and she's extremely Eager to simultaneously address these things in a sort of coy way, but also demonstrates that she's above them. But as I read in my piece, the more that she insists that she is Not a product of her husband's administration. The more she ties herself to it on. I have to say she looks really good. Mindy Grossman always looks good to, um All right, Jason Kelly, make your 32nd elevator pitch. What we should watch Portrait. Listen, Portrait takes you in that side, the minds of people who you know you might not otherwise Noah's well, the one device that's really fun that I think you like. Carol is we talk to people about the person and then show them that interview cold. So in the case of Mindy Grossman, it's Julie Rice, the co founder of Soul Cycle, who is now on the board of W. W and Special cameo by Mindy's husband, Neil, who I Know You know, Carol. So it's a fun little device and you see a side of people that you might not otherwise see. I love how you did. All right. Well, we saved 30. Seconds for you, James Tommy make the pitch for the movie. Well, I might not need 30 seconds. So you know, I have to say that it is not necessarily a movie that I would encourage people to pay to see, but it's a fascinating snapshot into The perspective of a person who has been in the news for the last four years. All right, you guys so well to my favorite people. Thank you so much guys have a great weekend. Quick. Take chief correspondent Jason Kelly, My former coma host here at Bloomberg Business Week. Check out portrait. You.

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"97 minutes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"97 minutes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"81 to 77 52 seconds for the half. Miami 55 the next 52 coming up in about a couple of minutes here. Gold States that San Antonio one late matchup site Boston on the road at Utah NFL. Losing one of its winningest coaches is Marty Schottenheimer's passed away at the age of 77. Shot number 1 200 games coaching the Browns, Chiefs Chargers in the Washington football team and the 21 Year career on Dan Schwartzman. That your Bloomberg World Sports update back you, Juliet. Thank you so much coming out. We're going to talk to Michelle Cortez Bloomberg Health Care reporter about the findings of the World Health Organization's investigation in Wuhan, the W. H O rejecting the virus lab, a theory and saying that animals are the likely source off the pandemic. Hang Seng Index is up 1% in early trade more a market shortly. This is Bloomberg. I said, man. Mrs Bloomberg Daybreak Asia. It's 45 minutes past the hour time for a check of sports from around the world. Here's Dan Schwartzman. Thanks, Dag. You Ventress is advancing the cope. Italian final 2 to 1 aggregate win over into Milan after a second like scroll of Straw and Ali on stadium, Meanwhile, Manchester United moves into the quarterfinals of the F A cup of the one No one ever. West Ham A. Scott Mega Tommen ace scores the 97 minutes. Ministry Cove in quarantine rules across Europe. Manchester United Europa League clash against rail associate that has been moved from Spain Tali on stadium in Italy are still will play. Benfica study Olympic Oh in Rome, but the second leg be played in Athens, Greece, home favorite and top seeded actually party winning her opening match at the Australian Open. Six Love six Love Over Dunk A cove a niche advanced around to two small upsets do occurrence, both 13 c to join a contact and 16 see Petra market. No clues in the first round later tonight. 10 seeded Serena Williams plays her second round match in the men's rough if seats definite typist and ninth seeded Matteo Bertini both advanced in straight sets. Meanwhile, top seed Novak Djokovic place his second round match this evening, as does 32 Dominic team in eight seed Diego Schwartzman. The NTSB and hearing says that the helicopter accident that took the lives of Kobe Bryant's daughter and seven others was caused when pilot Ariza valiant violated flight rules by flying into thick clouds leading to spatial disorientation. Report says it's a buy and believed he was climbing out the cloud cover when, in fact, the helicopter was banking to the left and descending before crashing into a hillside.

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"97 minutes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"97 minutes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"You Ventress is advancing the Copa tell you fine with the 2 to 1 aggregate win over into Milan after a second like school of Straw at Ali on Stadium. Meanwhile, Manchester United moves into the quarterfinals of the F A cup of the one No one ever. West Ham A. Scott Mega Tommen ace scores the 97 minutes. Ministry Cove in quarantine rules across Europe. Manchester United Europa League clash against rail associate that has been moved from Spain's Holly on stadium in Italy are still will play. Benfica study Olympic Oh, in Rome, with the second leg be played in Athens, Greece, home favorite and top seeded actually party winning her opening match of the Australian Open. Six Love six Love over. Don Caco Bin Ich advanced around to two small upsets do occur is both 13 C to join a contact and 16 seed Petra market. No clues in the first round later tonight. 10 seeded Serena Williams plays her second round match in the men's rough if seats definitely typist and ninth seeded Matteo Bertini both advanced in straight sets. Meanwhile, top seed Novak Djokovic's place his second round match this evening, as does 32 Dominic team in eight seed Diego Schwartzman. The NTSB and hearing says that the helicopter accident that took the lives of Kobe Bryant's daughter and seven others It's caused when pilot eras a valiant violated flight rules by flying into thick clouds leading to spatial disorientation, report says it's a buy and believed he was climbing at the cloud cover when in fact, the helicopter was banking to the left and descending before crashing into a hillside on dance Force. Men that your Bloomberg World Sports update Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day at Bloomberg, calm the Bloomberg business APP and at Bloomberg Quick Take This is a Bloomberg business Flash. Right, But we're looking into.

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"97 minutes" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"97 minutes" Discussed on KTRH

"In the Woodlands, 43 in spring and 48 at the Ktrh Top Tax defenders. 24 hour Weather Center 80 Ari two news time 901 Houston Mayor Turner announced he is telling state officials he wants a clamp down on area bars and clubs that have been reclassified as restaurants during the pandemic and are staying open. I'm calling on the tee ABC to crack down and to rescind some of these reclassifications as keeping you said Mayor. It is ludicrous when the These bars and clubs have been allowed to re classify themselves as restaurant. When you look at these pictures, there's no food on the table, and so they're going to be at some of these restaurants tonight. The mayor making that announcement today at Minute Maid Park during the massive covert vaccination clinic where 5000 vaccinations were given. The Texas State Capitol closed through Wednesday, the Department of Public Safety says out of an abundance of caution, they're doing that. Due to reports of armed protesters planning possible disruptions. They've closed off the building the National Rifle Association keeping its headquarters in Fairfax, Virginia, but it will restructure as a nonprofit in Texas in name only after filing for bankruptcy in New York in our races of the prosecution and regulation atmosphere New York officials is poisonous. If you have any apple products, you need to take an apple to an Apple store. The genius bar will serve customers only through Monday. That applies to Apple stores in Houston, Austin, San Antonio and Dallas. They're already shut. This is temporary during a surge In covert crisis. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham, releasing a number of documents connected to the Trump Russia probe. The documents detail Ng the origin of the probe. South Dakota congressman Dusty Johnson says that the documents reveal that the Steele dossier and Russia lacks any real evidence to back up the claims. Congressman Johnson discussed this on Fox is America's news headquarters. It was relied on to an entirely unfair degree by the FBI, and then that the FBI file things with the foot. Is a court that was not accurate. I mean, there are 17 different inaccuracies in those fires. A court filings relied on by the FBI. I think it was a mistake. Ktrh news time 903 in sports. After more than eight years, James Harden has gone from Houston and the Rockets are now getting used to life without him. They beat the Spurs. Thursday night in Game one Harden playing the Spurs again now Matt Thomas calling the game on Sports Talk. 7 97 minutes 55 seconds here the third quarter Even at 60 rockets and the Spurs. J. Sean take turns Twist goes back out to Jones Left corner. Gonna try 28.

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"97 minutes" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"97 minutes" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It was like one of those albums were like everything stops, You know, Like For Me. Those albums have been like title by Fiona Apple and Amy Winehouse's back to Black for the Miseducation of Lauryn Hill. And it's really interesting because you know Jasmine Sullivan put out her new album since reality show last week. And in The New York Times has already comparing it to the Miseducation of Lauryn Hill and lemonade because of the ways that it centers around a theme in this case, femininity and sexuality. Like like the Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, you know, has an interlude of women speaking in between the songs and in this case, often about their experiences of love or sex. It also features another artist. I love her. You know my biggest criticism. The album, It's on Lee. Eight songs, and this is, You know the tragic because she tends to disappear for long periods between albums and I need more than eight songs from Jasmine Sullivan to get me through 2020 let alone till like 2026 winner Next album drops. You need Jasmine to take a page from the Morgan Wallen book and give you like 30 songs at a time. Exactly. That's what I need. I need. 97 minutes, gentlemen, got it. Official request and Hey, Maura, Tell us about your pig. So my pick is, um, the English singer Jane Weaver. She's a singer and producer. Her music is really all over the map. It has electronic loops and a Zara's idea ideas borrowed from folk, Kraut rock and them so her new album is called Flock. It's out in March, and she's saying that it's her pushed into making pop music, although I have a feeling that given her previous body of work Definition of the term is pretty idiosyncratic, but also really exciting. Well, let's hear a little bit of the song Heart low. I won't let me see. He's constantly decisions Dad you have that is some pretty idiosyncratic pub. As you said, Uh, it's really nice and jangly and swirly, too, And it's kind of a shift for her and I'm super excited to see where else she goes with. This.

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"97 minutes" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"97 minutes" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Brand new album, Dangerous, the Double album. It's a record that is poised to turn him from country star into Bonified crossover pop star. Maura. For those who don't follow country music that closely tell us who Morgan Wallen is and why there was so much anticipation around this album. Morgan and got his start as a contestant on the US version of the talents of the voice, and he's been Pretty consistently a presence on country radio for a couple of years now, Um I think a lot of it is that he has a really wide ranging view of what country music is the new record. Features co writes from Eric Church. Jason is Belle and even diplo. And it has beats, you know that have been borrowed from R and B and electro, in addition to more traditional country stuff, and also the kind of adult contemporary leaning country music that has made Dan and Shay such a big deal in in the states, Long country listeners and you know he has like a He's like a somewhat nasal not in a bad way, but but forceful voice and I feel like it serves his Really kind of like, very straightforward and images stick song writing very well, Yes, so this isn't just a big album and in terms of popularity, it's also just a big album in terms of sheer size 30 songs. 97 minutes. The vic. What he thinks is the music warrant such a large canvas. I mean, apparently, Morgan wrote some of the album during quarantine. And, honestly, one of the things I'm dreading the most about 2021 is all the covert art and reason something locked down like hard pass, but no believed. But I was relieved to hear that most of songs to me seemed to be like drinking and having fun And maybe we need 97 minutes of that. I don't know. I will say that, like a double album, especially for someone kind of in the infancy of their career is like a bold move. You know, we usually get double albums from artists who are at the height of their career. Like when Elton John put out yellow, Burt Older, smashing pumpkins put a melancholy and the infinite sadness and, you know, bold news can have big artistic payoffs, like when outcast put out their double album is like I think their first to reach number one. But, you know, double albums can also be overly ambitious and even detrimental because, like, what do you do after making such a big statement? Like apparently Melon calling the infinite sadness was like the last album that's smashing Pumpkins recorded together with the original lineup. So you know being the fatalist? I am Mm. Kind of worried about more again. What happens buddy? Like after the next record, Like Are we thinking ahead, bro? Oh, boy. Well, let's see, that's funny. We've been talking about some of the most newsworthy albums on the 2021 release schedule. But before we go, I want to get each of your personal pigs for the record that you are most excited about this year and vivid. We're going to start with you. I want to play a little bit of your pick. Here we go. Don't forget to come and pick up your hoods. Don't leave no peace. You need to hurry and pick up your.

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"97 minutes" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"97 minutes" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Oh, come along, please. Then they should please. You got to know my name. But everybody knows I love conduct and I'll never let you go. Sweet 97 minutes after three o'clock Friday afternoon, I do like Fridays. We made it all the way to Friday. It's a gorgeous day Incentive Pay 50 degrees. Gorgeous day blue skies. Nice day he should be here. Everybody should be in Santa painted and can do 24 degrees overnight. Pretty much the same for Saturday and Sunday should be very lovely week and hopefully a peaceful weekend. In Santa Fe, New Mexico, Monday. Martin Luther King Day a day of peace about 45 degrees and sunny and then Tuesday 70% chance of snow on Tuesday. Good chance Wednesday and Thursday. We need it. We need to bank a whole bunch of snow and a whole bunch of moisture 32 on Tuesday about 40 on Wednesday and Thursday with a chance right now, those can debate it is 50 degrees. Deep girl, Steve Earle, be part of this incredible concert. Will be online feature many of my and your favorite musicians to benefit Food pantries across New Mexico. Sherry Hooper, who heads up the Food Depot here in Santa Fe, joins us now along with Jo Harvey Ellen, who is one of the organizers of this Concert. No, Harvey. Nice to meet you. Oh, we lost her. Jerry. We lost.

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"97 minutes" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"97 minutes" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

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