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"alex douglass" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"West metro was able to to treat them and transport them and go from there, but they had to wait until daylight today to confirm the death toll from yesterday's Twenty-eight vehicle pileup because of the devastation caused by the fire. The Pennsylvania supreme court is upholding the death sentence and conviction of a man who ambushed state troopers in northeastern Pennsylvania in two thousand fourteen Eric freen fatally shot corporal, Brian Dickson. The second and injured trooper Alex Douglass outside the blooming grove barracks. Frene was on the run for forty eight days in the Poconos prior to his capture he was convicted in two thousand seventeen vice President Mike Pence says that under the Trump administration. No one is taking your guns. The line got a rousing applause from the National Rifle Association in Indianapolis where Pence was introducing President Trump at the gun lobby's annual convention Pence. Former Indiana governor told the crowd under this president and this vice president no one is taking your guns. The president is speaking to the convention for the third year in a row. Well, it is spring, and that means alligators showing up in unusual places all over Florida here. CBS's Peter King in Orlando. Apopka Florida woman says she pulled into driveway and neighbors yelled at her to get inside her house fast. She did moments later glass door not from a person, but from seven to eight foot long alligator hoping to get in. She says she shot video and call the trapper while the gator tried to find another way it didn't springtime is gator mating season here in Florida about means, they often show up swimming, pools and garages and on front porches looking for love and mostly the wrong places. Peter King CBS news Orlando that's another good reason to be in. Pittsburgh US economy beat expectations in the first quarter and grew at a strong annual rate of three point two percent US managed to overcome a host of headwinds, including global weakness rising trade tensions and a partial government shutdown. It was good news for President Trump. He called the gross domestic product figure an incredible. Number and said, our economy is doing great number one in the world on Wall Street right now hip for until it's an says the Dow is up seventeen points at twenty six thousand four seventy nine. The NASDAQ is down for the SNP is up for points in sports Steelers, moved up to get the tenth pick of the first round of the NFL draft last night's selecting Michigan linebacker, Devin Bush..
"alex douglass" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"What I'd rather not talk about it tonight because I don't wanna talk them out of it to shoot. Because I love campaigning against the green new deal. I want them to make that a big part of their platform. No, more planes more cows. One car pro family one car you're gonna love that in Michigan. Hey, how do you like that? You have one car family. I don't think. Very President Donald Trump there. Well, he's mocking the ideas. But what actually of a specifically do they include one Cup of family policies? That's find out joining me or guest, Alex Douglass. He's electoral in philosophy at the university of Andrews. He's also the also of a book the philosophy of debt in Los Angeles. We're joined by the author and activist Ellen Brown. She's the founder and chair of the public banking institute. Non-partisan think tank devoted to the creation of publicly run banks and in Washington DC, the director of the center for monetary and financial alternative at the Cato Institute. George sell jn, George first of all it's quite a thing. This isn't it a fairly niche bit of policy macroeconomic theory. You might say grabbing so much attention on both sides of the political in the US. Will I suppose it's a niche thing in a sense. But if it really does cost about as much or. Perhaps fifty percent as much as current level of government spending. That's a pretty big niche Ellen Brown. Yes. Agreed. That's a lot of money. But I don't think it's going to take that much money. And you know, it's been mischaracterize Alex Douglass. This is elevated philosophical debate being dragged kicking and screaming into public discourse. Some might say, yes, I think that one interesting thing that's happened on the back of the green new deal is that a huge amount of media. Attention has been focused on the question of how it would be funded size. You say technical questions of macroeconomics as opposed to the specific bits of policy, and what they meant to achieve people being led to question. How government actually does pay for what it does? Okay. Let's dive into the specifics Ellen. I mean help us out here. The claims of that basically the United States can propel itself into a new technological era by means of what a big injection of taxpayers money. No, not necessarily taxpayer's money. The original proposal that was put out in December said that it would be funded by a combination of government institutions, including the Federal Reserve, a national public Bank or a network of public banks. So a national public Bank would be something on the order of KF w or we had the reconstruction Finance Corporation in the nineteen thirties which issued bonds, but they weren't government debt. They were bond of the reconstruction Finance Corporation, and then the government bought the debt. So the government was the buyer not the seller of the binds and over twenty five years, the reconstruction Finance Corporation help rebuild the entire country funded World War, Two our participation in it and turned a profit for the governor. The interesting thing here is the plan is calling. This is not just investment intake is calling for upgrading existing buildings for maximum energy efficiency. Removing pollution and greenhouse gas emissions as much as technologically feasible from manufacturing agriculture and transportation for good measure of the program is also cooling steps to expand -education Lopa -tunities increase high-quality union jobs, providing healthcare has I mean, basically, it's a progressive wish list, which is not all entirely connected to renewable energy to sell. Yes. That's right. And the Trump mentioned a figure one hundred trillion that may be high, but we have much more objective assessments of the cost of the green new deal, and they would run somewhere in the trillions of dollars per year for the duration of the program, which is supposed to be ten years. But people wonder whether it could be done in that short amount of time. But it's true. Isn't it to say Lloyd apparently happened under the Trump administration the Donald Trump himself in his campaign? Pledge was talking about a massive spending on jobs. He was talking about a big. Infrastructure spend. He hasn't seemed to push that agenda very hall, but part of part of the Trump agenda in two thousand sixteen the difference. Here is that the proponents of the green new deal are saying it can be paid for without having to significantly increase taxes without having to have the government borough a lot more and also without any threat of inflation. That is a bold list of promises. And I frankly think that these are not really possible you think it won't -absolutely by this guy. Absolutely. Why? Well, the comparison that is frequently made is between the green new deal. And of course, the original new deal. This is. During the great impression right now at that time, the idea that the government could expand spending a great deal without causing inflation. Whether it finance that by simply printing money, or otherwise was not unreasonable because you had at one point by conventional measures on employment at twenty five percent. So you have all these resources are not being used. And there was a lot of scope for increasing spending and generating more employment and output without causing prices to rise. We're now talking about a situation where the employment rate is closer to four percent. We are certainly not by any reasonable estimate. So far from full employment that we could increase government spending by trillions every year without putting pressure on resources without creating the basis for some substantial inflation. Not hyper, but a lot of inflation unless something else gives Alex Douglass. What do you think about all of this? Well, I think what George says is important. I mean, there are different sorts of inflation. But the kind of inflation that people seem to be worried about in this case is will sometimes called demand led inflation where you have spending. That's pushing the limits of the economy's capacity, and it's very true that when Keynes was riding in the great depression, you had so much of the economy unemployment at twenty percents. It didn't look like you're anywhere near pushing the limit even if you increase governments ending so you spending to make the economy productive again. It was it was the spec. Prestige the economy that was the difference? Right. You're just buying up. Stay capacity that nobody else's vying. So you're not competing with the private sector to buy resources. But agreed you deal would do that in the current climate. Well, I suppose one hope of proponents of the green new deal is that there is spec passively, but all the different. Foam if you have technological innovations they might increase the capacity of the economy, they might increase productivity, you might find. There's a lot more space to spend in before you start creating inflation. I guess that's one concern. I suppose another concern if there are other sources of inflation cost push inflation inflation, that's there because corporations unions, whoever controlling prices, maybe if you could somehow dampen the effects of that, you would also create more slack. Okay. Brown fightback for his here on behalf of the green new dealers. Presumably they're going to argue that we need to spend we need to redirect in the Konami that his woefully unintended is to address the full coming challenges that climate change is going to present. I would argue that we have a great deal capacity that we're not using the Congressional Budget Office in two thousand six had projections for where GDP should be right now. And we are ten percent below that. So we actually should be able to produce ten percent more than we are producing. That would be two trillion dollars a year that we could add to the economy, and that would be two trillion dollars every year in order to create the goods and services that we have the potential to create. But I mean business in Georgia. I want to bring you in taking all of this aside Andrea causing the Greek leader the post to go to child of this entire policy has has south knowledged that we're not at war precisely right now, we're not in recession right now, this is different situation. But she does argue that we the United States has massively under invested consistently over a long period of time. And that it can afford to reinvest that now is a time when this type of reinvestment should be considered because it's always taken a big push usually from government to launch new technological eras. And that's what we're up against when it comes to the. Issue of climate change. Well, so there are two different issues. Here. One is what should the government be spending on in the other is how much it spend without provoking inflation? And that second question is I think the one where the proponents of the green new deal are playing very loose with reality right now. Inflation's any one point five percent in the US. It's very lives below general target. Right. So they could afford to mess around with it a bid couldn't me. Sure. But that's the whole point. It's it's the question of what a bit means. Because even and said, well, we could spend two trillion more given semester from the GO back in two thousand six and projections, but two trillion not three or four trillion. And I believe those old figures from the GAO are not consistent with its current estimate of how much slack. There is in the economy. Alex Douglass isn't climate change. A challenge akin to a wartime emergency, they were all those who would argue it is. I mean, I think the scale of the problem is absolutely comparable to a will close to an existential threat for some people. So there's no question that it should be addressed in that way. It's a different question. Whether you could politically sell it in the same way, I mean during wartime people pulled together and feel that collective sense of public purpose that doesn't seem to have happened in this case. But I do think it's important to stress that this so much on certainty around what would happen here. So economists can make all the various projections. It does seem naive to imagine that you know, it's not possible that you could have enormous inflationary consequences from adding spending on this scale. That's reasoning itself not to to attempt something on this scale. But it is a reason to demand that the people proposing it say what they would plan to do. You're looking at something. That is so vast that it's hard to see how simple monetary policy could be enough to deal with the problem. It's probably wrong to think of this as something you can achieve simply by spending mall. The problem is as you mentioned an allocation of resources problem. So right now, you have a lot of private sector spending on very carbon-intensive forms of production. So you would have to reduce the spending on those things as well as increasing spending on things that you think we should be doing development of green technology and so on okay? You're listening to in the balance with me. But Butler, my guests philosopher Alexander Douglas, the author and activist Ellen Brown and the economist George sell Lynch lift is a little bit Ellen Brown. Looking at this..
"alex douglass" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"You have a plan yourself. I'm thinking, I'm quoting you here that we need a mechanism that involves neither raising taxes nor adding to the federal debt, we need a network of public banks, tell us about these banks. What would they do? It's basically mobilizing public funds for public purposes. It's directing them back into the local community largely for infrastructure. So you could use that same model. Right now, Bank profits, obviously, go to spank shareholders. They go into speculative investments. They don't go back into the local community. So this is just a way of using the potential of banks which do currently create ninety five percent of our money supplies created by banks when they make loans, so you can mobilize. What we have right now. More productively for local purposes jobs Belgian, what do you think? Well, the question is can we financed this massive program with out other raising taxes or borrowing or without inflation? No Ellen's public development. Banks don't really provide an answer to that question in the sense of an obvious way in which we can avoid all three of those things. She mentioned the nineteen thirties and World War Two era, reconstruction Finance Corporation, but what the RFC did was it got a budget essentially from congress than it borrowed from the treasury. But of course, the treasury had to be financed itself. And how did the treasury get those funds while it had to borrow or had to raise taxes? So that the RFC if that's a model, it doesn't really tell us how we're going to pay for this program without ultimately having to rely on taxes, borrowing or inflation. What you say to them? Well, I agree. We have to use the fed for our program. That's as large as what's being proposed for the green new deal. But I do not think it would create inflation because we are actually in a situation of debt deflation right now, everybody's in debts. Student gets never been so high credit card debts never been so high government debts never been so high globally. Everybody is in deck until we need to pour more money in their Alex Douglass, everything seems to be pointing towards debt in this conversation one way or another the US fating, of course, gigantic public and private debt pile. What does it say about how people look at t think, I think that it's important to separate lots of different problems. There's an almost volatility in private sector debt, but we have to distinguish between the problem of there being a lot of private debt. Maybe we just think there's too much private debt, and it's unstable, and you know, they're all the consequences that shifts resources away from the real economy, and the sort of problem that obviously requires more public spending. With public. That's shoes towards isn't it? And we we absorb that. I mean so much of American political discourse, it seems to me is driven by certain. Also, doc sees that exist on the left and the right around spending around taxation and around it. And maybe they haven't changed significantly as some thought they might be guess since the financial crisis of two thousand and eight well one thing I think I probably would agree with with Ellen on is the the increasing debt burden is to do with. How equals debts growing relative to their incomes? And so you do need a national policy to help people's incomes, grow thoughts, and they have. But of course, that is almost by definition inflation wage lead inflation the question is what do what do you then do to avoid that becoming a different kind of macroeconomic problem, but you could have a national dividend or universal basic income that would supplement people's incomes without driving up the constant goods and services because it's not a burden on the employer. I would like to bring George as she this. Big question around this whole conversation sticking to the climate change issue narrowly than the white ones of of of what levels of debt, governments can run polls do show don't they that even on the right of US politics. There is now a shift and this conversation, perhaps it's too Matic of that. There is a shift towards talking more directly about climate change about climate change policy about having a green policy. I notice that things like a green real deal new Manhattan project that various things that Republican congressman have come up with to respond to the green new deal like proposal. Well, there absolutely has to be a serious discussion about climate change. And and how the government should respond to it. But it won't be a good helpful conversation. Unless in every case, we have a clear idea of the costs involved the sacrifice. It will be made Alex. Well, the scale of the problem, I think is such that, and this is like stressing the wartime analogy, this might be one of these cases where you just have to commit to doing something without knowing what the costs are going to be. I mean every country that's gone to war has faced that political choice. You don't you can't budget ahead of time for a war effort because you just don't know what you're going to have to spend the even if we were fighting a war, though, we would have to certainly think hard about a program like the green new deal, if we consider a war that involves not only efforts to combat climate change, but all kinds of other programs that are not directly related to that. So the danger is for example, you might end up with a program that has so many things on it that you're actually doing less than you might by using more of the resources to combat climate change. So I don't think it's responsible to say, let's not worry about the cost because then people will. I'll throw in all kinds of stuff. And that's the problem with our democratic process. You end up with a lot of pork with a shame because it means we have less resources to devote to the things we are worried about which which I think is is a very good point. And it's the danger. And I think it's the massive political barrier to this is for the problem of climate change. It's sell for a project like decarbonising the American economy, just transforming infrastructure. It might be that you need to get a blank check as the government to do that. And you can send you can set up all of these radical new types of funding options, you can set a public. Thanks. You can issue perpetual bonds, you can even give yourself a license to print money. But as you say the problem with doing that is as soon as the government is given that power it's going to want to use it for other things. And in fact, you've already seen it on the the green new deal legislation that's being proposed. Why is health care on there? For example. Why is the jobs guarantee a blanket jobs guarantee? Which is a policy that, you know, I'm interested. If it why is that attached to the green you deal will because the green new deal is attached to these radical interesting funding options that would permit an expansion, you know, almost any scale desirable. It's being the environmental causes being used as a Trojan horse to essentially bring in all kinds of things that can't be said to be analogous to war by yet. Let me bring in Illinois because that's the issue perhaps the people will say about this. This is just a it's a panacea that just as critics would argue Donald Trump promised virtually everything in two thousand sixteen we've got Democrats promising virtually everything onto the unwrapping themselves in a green flag at the same time. Well, I would say that's what's interesting about the green new deal is that it has introduced new ways of funding. It's made that an issue monetary policy. Never makes the mass media, but this has and so it seems. To me that it's if we have a way of getting money back into the system and of bringing the poor backup. I mean that should be part of the platform. And that's what we should do. I think just try it. Thank you very much. Indeed for joining us. I'm covering all of this Alex Douglass, the author and activist Ellen Brown and showed Belgian is director of the center for monetary and financial alternatives at the Cato Institute. Thanks to you for listening. Thanks to Joshua Andy behind the gloss. The twiddling the knobs more from in the balance next week till then goodbye. Humans or special? Well, there's truth.
"alex douglass" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Year deeds in Watson, it's a family thing. In spring garden. We have fifty degrees right now with light rain. Forty eight degrees in collingswood forty-seven in Mayfair going to forty five degrees. Overnight killing news time in thirteen. New developments in the search for a Colorado mother who disappeared on Thanksgiving Day today. Investigators searched the home of twenty nine year old Kelsey births fiance. Patrick Frazee they removed items from his house and barn. Presume was the last person to see her alive. He's also the father of their child one of the last places. The young mother was seen was a grocery store in woodland park. Colorado. That's where she dropped off her daughter to Frazee we're asking Patrick just sit down with investigators since he is the last person but talk with Kelsey face to face based on our investigation. There have been numerous questions about whether Patrick is a suspect or person of interest. At this point. We are considering every possibility police are calling Barrett's disappearance suspicious, Pennsylvania state trooper who was shot in a two thousand fourteen anglers has had his right leg. Amputated below the knee to Alex Douglass underwent surgery this week at a New York City hospital. Douglas was wounded when Eric and opened fire on the blooming grove state police barracks in pike county on September twenty four team. A friend of Douglas says the trooper had been having medical complications with his leg and decided to have it amputated to improve his quality of life. Johnson and Johnson lost nearly forty billion dollars in market value today. This after a Reuters report claim the New Jersey-based company new for decades, it's baby powder contain the specis Johnson. And Johnson maintains the article is false, and it's baby powder is safe and free from especially the company has been grappling with. Lawsuits alleging some of its talcum powder calls cancer. President Trump has selected Mick Mulvaney to serve as acting White House. Chief of staff Mulvaney is currently the director of the office of management and budget. He will replace John Kelly when he departs at the end of the year. No word. If Mulvaney will get the job permanently earlier today. Former New Jersey Governor, Chris Christie withdrew his name from consideration. The president's former lawyer Michael Cohen says he's no longer loyal to his former boss in an interview with ABC news Cohen admitted to arranging payments during the two thousand sixteen election to silence women who claimed to have had a fares with Trump special counsel. Robert Muller is investigating whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russia earlier this week Colin was sentenced to three years in prison for tax evasion. Lying and campaign finance violations, special counsel stated that the information that I gave to them was credible. And. There's a substantial amount of information that they possess that corroborates. The fact that I am telling the truth you've done with the line. I'm done with the lying. I'm done being loyal to President Trump. Reins of Cohen's properties. Have also led to a criminal investigation into President Trump's inauguration. Spending the world's largest wa wa is now open in center city, Philadelphia. The location at six chest had opened his doors to eager fans this morning. It's an impressive eleven thousand five hundred square feet and both to Niro's a living greenery wall. Cafe seating. And unique menu items the stores grand opening celebration continues through the weekend..
"alex douglass" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Eight to four hundred ninety four k malek's news i'm alex bagman a missouri woman who's two young daughters died after being found unresponsive on the fourth of july is charged with assaulting her husband and the hours before the children were found genetic was charged with assault arm coming election in property damage police say she found her two year old and newborn daughters unresponsive wednesday outside of home in a rural area northeast of kansas city investigators haven't said how the girls died no charges have been filed in their deaths soy bean producers across the nation are speaking out against a tariff placed on them by china in retaliation for tariffs the trump administration placed on goods from china speaking on cnn missouri soybean association president brooks hearst missouri delegation bullshit in washington to agriculture as a whole and i think that they are aware of our situation bumping it up the line i think i says the past four years haven't been great financially for soybean farmers and now they have to brace for the fallout from china china buys a large amount of america's exported soybeans at least one illinois mayor also worried about the impact chinese tariffs will have on his community more from came alexis brad show illinois is a number one soybean producer in the nation mayor rick evelyn of grafton has brothers who farmed the crop and understands their concern you know we're looking at four year lows on taibbi prices they're they're worried sick about the amount of money that they've lost you know and will lose as we see this place evelyn's concerned that soybean farmers who come to grafton for recreation will lose significant disposable income out of the trade war and may not becoming to grafton businesses as often mainly clear and cooler our forecast overnight and expect a love around sixty three bright sunshine for the day saturday pleasantly warm with not lot of humidity we'll see high route eighty four back down to sixty two saturday night under clear skies a little bit more humidity on sunday sunny skies with a high eightyeight i'm alex douglass alexa.
"alex douglass" Discussed on 790 KABC
"A wh what do we do with do you think this is going to mill through the the courts and the federal government will eventually just exert its influence and that'll be that dining wh what what's going to have the the kremlin see if this a premise clause doesn't win i mean it is a saying it's kinda in uncharted territory because you never add this path um this is basically you know the state and local governments thumbing their nose at the federal government i mean if you were first best and if it was you know a discriminatory practice you know everyone would be carping the other way but because it's a it's a practice that they view as politically expedient for this voting block um uh i don't know what's gonna happen i don't know if the nice surf it'll just uh we're verse themselves because they just decided the states but the primary issue i wanted to get applause shows we don't have any protocol right after nine eleven there was a talk you met that uh ins uh central local police departments were you would ask people if they were a foreign for any of say whether or not uh you know they were in the country illegally and so on them and that and that documetation lasted for a very short period of time and that it disappear we have we don't even ask if someone is legal or illegal this whole process occurs after they were convicted of a felony and then beat especially if a player deported person the federal government is notified and then that person ends up on a list to get deported round they get out and who are trying to circumvent and then i would be against that who would want to keep that type of illegal immigrant in the country he he what you're talking about is you're talking about a demographic group of you are alex douglass test does it wants to the notion of criminality and immigration being related he's been a big how you have been held dogs are preserved got to interrupt jumped so sorry but appreciated your service appreciate your commentary day this is midday live abc news live and local at two thirty i'm geoff whittle president trump announced today he will slap a twenty five percent tariff on imported steel and.
"alex douglass" Discussed on KGO 810
"You think this is going to mill through the the courts and the federal government will eventually just exert its influence and that'll be that di mi wh what what's going to have the the premise if it's a permanently clause doesn't win i mean it it's a say it's kinda category uncharted territory if it gets you at never add this a path is basically you know the state and local government thumbing their nose at the federal government i mean if you refers to this and it it would you know a discriminatory practice you know everyone who see carping the other way but because it's a it's a practice the faith view as politically expedient for this voting block um i i don't know what's gonna happen i don't know if the ninth surf it'll just uh or or worse themselves because they just decided the state's primary issue i wanted to get her thoughts shows we don't have any protocol right after nine eleven there was at sake mets at uh ins uh this central local police departments were you would ask people if they were a foreign earth can't have say whether or not uh you know they were in the country illegally so on them and that and that documetation lasted for very short period of time and that it disappear we have we don't even asked if someone is legal or illegal this whole process occurs after their convicted of a felony and then beat especially after a player deported person the federal government is notify and then that person ends up on a list picket deported run they get out and who they are trying to circumvent and then we would be against that who would want to keep that type of illegal immigrant in the country he he what you're talking about is you're talking about a demographic groups and of uaw alex douglass does it wants to the notion of criminality and immigration being related eighth you thank you so much it's been a big how you have been held talks i appreciate have.
"alex douglass" Discussed on WLOB
"Number one president with ninety five out of one hundred for the ninety five point o3 rating was lincoln number two president with a ninety two point five nine rating was washington number three was fdr he had an eighty nine '09 teddy roosevelt was ne number four within eighty one jefferson was uh was number five with a seventy nine truman was number six with a 75 eisenhower was number seven with a seventy four and ladies gentlemen boys and girls of all ages racist crete and callers barack hussein obama was number eight the number eight mostaffected president in this country's history according to these three hundred twenty expert respondents with a rating of seventy one he was incredibly effective it was he's got every line one eggs fearing alex douglass drove the country into the growing literally you're going to fix a lot of were number one tearing down the country wilder ronald la ronald reagan was number nine with sixty nine rating lbj was number ten with a sixty nine rating they raised obama also reagan will you commit of these guys were different ways him if you talking about effectiveness or you know vis probably 20 fifty different ways result obama had abbott virtue here with sixty votes in the senate he had the house and he got the aca through and he got the stimulus plan through after that time what did he actually get done because he had a republican congress that was admittedly hostile to him so what else did he actually do that you could radim on i mean he jewelry landed the hell out of our country drew a red line design syria that he didn't stand up for um he didn't end the war in afghanistan as he promised he didn't closed get well as parliament's who were ours this grew at good we'd the isis was a j b as as he put at j b team in you know um russia wasn't a thread after mitt romney told him that it was and so what did he actually do after that first year with the stimulus plan and obamacare everything he could socialize number what but what did he do not what did he actually get down is my point because he had a republican congress and the answer is i don't know how the hell you rate in this high causing a damping does he may have a lot of.
"alex douglass" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"To follow the only gonna call one get two for the price of one sure that's the first of the final to get san antonio kendra basketball the side we'll barth throws it into jamal murray very gets to pick for yokich beats parker gets it to yokich headfake on the jumper downloaded chandler leads in life is up pretty great death kenwright thereby wilson chandler fourpoint lead for san antonio fifty seven fifty three judo we has it the logo on the high side drives on murray throws back behind gobert of bills for a triple that one missed rebound down to wilson chandler nuggets speaking to one possession gave with a bucket here chandler jubal a handoff fake the handoff airs lobs a back door to yokich leads in riverside frisco then entry passes right there wasn't chat with its alex douglass it within two gitobu drives on the left wing guarded out there by wilson chandler he backs up to the point throws crosscourt the quarter to parker parker guarded by hair spins on him in the paint leads it falls down layup that was been is tony parker's been moved right there quickly bark now you well soon that's how you thought you answer layup with a dump quite a bit nuggets at the other end two point lead for the spurs parker has it i'm a handoff over the bills bills votes in on the floor throws back behind or the parker parker guarded thereby uri goes to the right hand head fake drives the page shows about of the white rose over to console now that's kyle anderson viable the shot clock it takes a contested to that what is good he got the role wow whenever they have yokich in a pick and roll they just take advantage of maritime deng as ago that help nuggets go to philippine hurry to your to bowl murray troubles behind his back takes a three short no good rebound comes down to ceo antonio powder saw and now the spurs will wind down difference between gave shot clock about seven and a half seconds judo we hazard to the right of the midcourt circle guarded by will barton shelves amount of the late all the shahkot dipped to shoulder again and now most balls are the picked up by mortgage the frontcourt support and clean data balanced buying a suit bells good deeper by the san antonio spurs the.
"alex douglass" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Ooh kmox news i'm abbott stagnant sentencing friday fourteen involved in last february's killing of a seventy two year old grandfather from new york who was in town visiting his newborn granddaughter in the tower of south neighborhood richard donaldson was sixteen with the attack happened but a judge certified him to stand trial as an adult according to court records donaldson pleaded guilty to seconddegree murder robbery and armed criminal action charges it's official the stock market has entered correction territory the major indexes have now lost more than ten percent from recent highs dave simon of came alexis dollars and cents says the markets are now at thanksgiving levels if somebody would've told you at stake giving time hey the market is going to be relatively real relatively the same place in early to mid february would you take and you'd say yeah i mean i'm not happy about it but shirts simon's told came alexis mark crear the market is resetting mandible take a while to find its footing the face of rising inflation interest rates and deficits he does not anticipate however this turning it will bear market and he doesn't think stocks will behave as they did after the dotcom bubble burst and the housing crisis of two thousand eight at little is republican congressional delegation is taking a strong stance against someone trying to join the ranks arthur jones is running into the third congressional district which covers parts of the city of chicago edit southwest suburbs jones as a holocaust denier met a former leader of the american nazi party who says on his campaign website that quote race mixing is against the laws and nature of god and quote every a little a republican in congress signed a letter saying in part quote this is not who we are as a party or as a country and we urge civicminded citizens to get involved in the political process to prevent nonparty extremists like jones from hijacking nominations mostly cloudy our forecast overnight expect a low around thirty four variable cloudiness four our day on friday milder with a high fifty five and then for the grand parade on saturday sleet freezing rain and maybe a little bit of snow with a high thirty two i'm alex douglass eggs news.
"alex douglass" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"The poggioli on samao sovereignty he the time you're going to a out of my had the put you on samao john's were done is steve with somebody time out i am a firearm symeou taken zadeh embassy oddson a classic board game monopoly during summer monopoly should have gone in time out when it first came out for being eight hours laura i it's like the speech yeah yellow adding monopoly in risk by another risk alex douglass eggs with another ace of monopolies in eternal game scientists have found that no one has ever completed a game of monopoly because it just jakes forever so here's what monopolies done they know that their cheaters people cheat when they play monopoly that's one of the first things you learn when you play monopoly you do i'm looking at you bankers you trust a fellow competitor to be the banker and guess what that bankers doing she taken some off the top suddenly if it really how do you remember that we used to sit on five hundred dollar bills and then we'd be man all weights bam and we'll pull out a stash of we would collapse the stash of money as the game went on we will do that you never chee i never cheated because i always thought they were consequences to cheating and being dishonest and i had a i was i had a a guilty complex you know it was felt guilty about things even when i was a child ochre well that is clearly for a different station at a different time we're not going to go there but what putin monopoly anti malkhas you know what they've done are now embracing the cheaters there's a cheaters addition of monopoly they follow the rules of the classic game accept this version actually encourages you incentivizes you to break them so in addition to the community justin chance cards this version includes fifteen cheat cards at any point five of these can be in the middle of the bore the kurds players to cheat from collecting rent on another players property or stealing money from the bank you can also try to put a hotel or something on a.
"alex douglass" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Yeah we got plenty to say writers words xray as we roll on through less 19 minutes can thompson robbery's union studio thanks brian panish joined us panish perspective tuesday night seven thirty eight o'clock sportex michelle key contributor to the spanish perspective still in jersey she'll be back for next week's broadcast looking forward to seeing her as a she's back there might neck of the woods down the jersey shore and also alex p smith a main man a x smith sports alex uh coming on and it was literally minutes before rely adbul came than alex de smith alex douglass smith traded from the kansas city chiefs to the washington redskins apparently it's going to be minimum was can be a four year contract but seventy one million guaranteed so uh pretty lucrative contract there which means kirk cousin is going to be on the go and looking like her cousins uh why a i tell you what elway could be again the guy that he needs to run that show over there for denver will find out and if so i will just make the task a little more difficult there for gruden in the guys but we'll uh we'll look forward to de recording raiders bouncing back and don't forget you can hear olry to football right here on am seven twenty kdwn and trying to link in an interview with coach brune and i have a couple of messages in there to the player personnel office there in oakland and we'll find out right now i'm sure people are just scrambling making sure they keep their job making sure that everything's on the up and up and they're ready to roll for the new regime because john bruton i'll tell you there will be no am not saying the guys as a dictator but more or less if you don't see it through the same glasses that grooms going to be word you probably not gonna work out and you're not gonna be there so we are fortunate that the raiders will be your and i do robbery she have to give him kudos it's much is on the vegas guy and i love vegas and i'm glad the readers of moving here the end of the day he didn't really address that when he took over the job when mark davis introduced him he said i'm all about taking the task at hand with right which right now for.
"alex douglass" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Year with the clippers good work moving back you know you can left often so not throw he's built and that's exactly what he's doing right now i and the other thing it's funny you could why i think that back under a chief i think in boston doc did what are we supposed to do without roster i think ultimately achieved in orlando i think he's underachieved in la outside of the facts because that's droppings done since you've got the loss you want those and ironically the only guy i think that's done a better job than ensure acquaintance with the coach you need a years on your on the ballot would be glad stevens together we placed in boston stevens is on the best got this year dhaka's them second best job because of all the injuries they had but i i still think that this is this is probably as last year gt garfield doc rivers coaching in two thousand eighteen nineteen hours zia in the media is he doing games on tnt our ad seek seekers alex douglass coach next year really down yeah i mean are i think it's probably television and uh yeah hodler who put mark jackson maybe hippies a coach in some way or gundy i'm not sure it but i i agree with you that on the court gasproof ijt now everybody look still lebron's james i and they know is a free agency and the next year and thinking about our i ways you can we plan basketball as did his contract expires if he's going to leave cleveland with the clippers alone in griffin and they're freeing up all the salary cap space do you think it enhances the chances of seeing what brought in there or is that just an absolute pipedream considering the lack of talent they have on their asta i would personally pipe dream that whole with you want to go garrett and future static meet with my round hole your career at socalled georgian and upper james uh in the crept washer everywhere else i mean how does that cope state macronix a lot of pride in the fact that he's been seven consecutive finals on maybe be sure it's gonna be a lot of work because i don't think that the fact the.
"alex douglass" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Health cuts as either confused or dishonest thousands of disabled elderly and veteran missourians were estimated to have their in home healthcare affected by legislative cut the general assembly voted at the last minute to pay for in home care by taking over jason special funds but that was veto the legislature can call a special session that that that requires a threequarters vote of house and senate members respectively the governor can also called special session senate president protem run richard brought together legislative leaders to negotiate effects after the special session on abortion issues richard said a solution was ready over a week ago but acknowledged monday that his session is unlikely since the governor's office did not return bond jack morris newsradio eleven twenty kmox as the central west and continues to grow a developer thinks the neighborhood needs more hotel options andy hollerin' founder of boesman montanabased homebased partners says his companies planning of one hundred ninety two room a c hotel by marriott on your cabinet between lindell in maryland plaza dynamic hospital hal we've got four park as you know to the wire and then toward we have an agreement failure university cortex and miron within hunker western your grow growing barely with more housing more retail hollerin' hasn't yet decide whether he'll seek incentives for the forty milliondollar project which could break ground in spring 2018 with the summer 20 nineteen opening the came alexa accu weather forecast temperatures continuing to rise throughout the rest of this evening and into the overnight hours will rise through the fifth if these through tomorrow where will eventually hit the mid 70s under mostly cloudy skies with a passing shower not out of the question back down to fifty tomorrow night under cloudy skies and will be a bit cooler on friday under partly sunny skies eventually with a high sixty one but we're back up to seventy three on saturday under mostly cloudy skies with a shower around possibly especially in the morning right now forty eight degrees in st charles it's also 48 in belleville and downtown at the arch i'm alex douglass cable x news time seven awake vis vis are facing glare lincoln aboard sports open line.
"alex douglass" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"Um it only five dollars with free shipping what i now it's incredible because that's a fifteen dollars value so they're they're charging were got my calculator out here a third a third of their normal price so you're getting more than fifty percent off more than sixty percent off not more than seventy percent off but if you round up it is seventy percent off uh in your first month box you get an awesome weighty handle a full at of four cartridges and a tube of their shave butter after the first month replacement cardiges ship automatically at their regular price there are no hidden fees no commitments you can cancel anytime you like how do i get this now well you need the internet sad to say any went out there listening to the now anyone out there listening this allowed the internet i don't know how you doing that you're possibly a witch alex douglass was build your new enhanced without the internet was talk we've been looking for some black magic it my line a home you can only get those offer exclusively at dollarshaveclub dot com slash tape that's dollarshaveclub dot com slash t a p e go smashed that purges button today have a better face tomorrow hong kong yet for the pain of web games one thing plainly thing on his tightened remains of the best yet the land of what the when the game wind that's up bell we have a tugboat shaven dixon awhile that's that's on us.
"alex douglass" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"To the drawing board for senate majority leader mitch mcconnell the senate republican health care bill went down in flames last evening when two more republican conservatives refused to support it cbs news political director steve gear conservatives lee and moran and rand paul who is one of the the original knows on this feel that this bill just does not a repeal obamacare which is what they want to see connecticut democratic chris murphy told msnbc the bill never had a chance still wasn't just a moral monstrosity it was also in intellectual train wreckage has didn't work it didn't accomplish any other things they set out to do legal analyst larry sabato by and sky this is a very high profile bill and it is extremely unpopular so what senators take a stand on it they're hard pressed to switch mcconnell hopes to pass a new bill that would give the senate two years to come up with an obamacare w replacement plan cbs news update i'm frank settipani kmox news time 732 the public will have a chance to pay final respects and say goodbye to a fall in st louis fire captain this week fiftynineyearold john kemper died about a week after battling a blaze started by fourth of july fireworks it was his third fire of that shift noone knew how serious injuries were when he left the hospital visitation will be held this thursday from three to eight pm and harassed does state university's givens administration building the funeral will be held in the same building friday morning at eleven campers family asks that memorials be made to backstop irs or the midwest children's burned camp or both in lieu of flowers alex douglass newsradio eleven twenty kmox a warning to anyone in need of.
"alex douglass" Discussed on talkRADIO
"People still comes out there overnight sleeping on mattresses in the main sports oil and just about two minutes ago a police van drove cost me through the cordon towards the towerblock it was marked specialist doak units as that police and the fire service operations still very much id 4 say there are people there in the area nearby who have left that that talbott with absolutely nothing beleived the clothes on their back i shall people i went over there wednesday afternoon and just tshirts and shops that carter pajamas by mv props being given new clothing a pigment choking ranging some could've a collection everywhere across the uk people talking about it we wondering whether we should maybe wait a couple of weeks when there might be another wave of need when the initial impetus of generosity has worn off but surely this holy seems to be the things are being stored when stowedaway move alex douglass later in the program but i do want to hear from you now plays out three four four four nine nine one thousand nine a bit of iran surely lana that lilley allen who was on with that another mode jones snow men who i think his juiced up from by show biz lilley alan perfectly told you opinions she's of kotida we should be successful popstar somebody's been involved in twitter specs about the parts of asylumseekers and refugees on park in that for the moment she was saying you said it was good immediate conspiracy see political posturing of the number of death people would downplaying it it's not that a toll has to be confirmed we now know and i was told us yesterday but i couldn't confirm it but i should say showed yesterday that the seventeen people day that when the initial figure of seventeen came at those who people's bodies were found around the building who other foreign or jumped from the building it's a tournaments since activity is needed surely two term when they have to be accurate absolutely to try when please gold some of the people who now with missing will turn a we'll be found alive but he's not the overstatement is certainly not the time for somebody let alone in my opinion to go on the television and accused anybody a political posturing.