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14 Accomplices Found Guilty Of Aiding 2015 'Charlie Hebdo' Attacks
"A french court has found. Fourteen people. Guilty of helping three gunmen. Who is charlie hebdo magazine and a kosher supermarket in january twenty fifteen killing seventeen individuals. Npr's eleanor beardsley reports. The fugitive widow of the kosher supermarket attacker receive thirty years. high yet. Boumedienne is the former partner of amity cooling. Bali who murdered a policewoman and a day later. Four french jews. At a kosher store in eastern paris boumedienne was one of three accomplices judged in abstentia. She's thought to be alive. And on the run from an international arrest warrant in syria where she allegedly joined the islamic state. This trial over the two thousand fifteen terror rampage became the backdrop of three new attacks. All were carried out by radicalized. Young foreigners angry at the satirical magazines caricatures of the prophet muhammad in the face of the new threats president emmanuel macron's government is pushing a new law to tackle the root causes of radical islamist violence in france.
Boys, ages 5 and 11, hospitalized after gunfire erupts in east Charlotte, CMPD says
"Seen these kids riding their bikes through this neighborhood. There are a lot of kids who live in this neighborhood and a lot of people who live here really upset Morgan Frances with Fox 46. The two little boys shot near Sharon, Amity and Milton, which is a high crime area here in the Queen City.
Disney debuts first bisexual lead character in animated 'The Owl House'
"And Disney has come out with its first LGBTQ lead characters, the lead in the dizzy channels animated the Owl House has come out as bisexual. The two most recent episodes. Explorer developing relationship between main character, Losinit, recurring female character, Amity, Amity and Lose share a dance at the Graham, which is their world's version of prom. Disney has had gay characters portrayed in other shows and movies, but not the main character. Serious. Creator Dana Tara says she's by and wanted to write a bisexual character. She says she was told early on, she could not represent Any form of fire gay relationship on the channel but is now very supported by current Disney
Disney confirms its first bisexual lead character, who is also multi-cultural
"Comes to the Disney Channel. Hey, Amity, So funny story, not an abomination. Sorry for the confusion last week. I'm loose the human high. It confirms it has a bisexual lead on the Al House, A 14 year old Dominican American girl named loose. This is not its first LGBTQ character. Pixar featured a gay lead in a short on Disney plus
"amity" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"News amity Rogers George Waldburger save such security triple team traffic instruction if you're traveling or central Florida expressway starting with I. four eastbound between St Lake Road and I would hold Boulevard we get construction blocking two left lanes until seven AM also if you're traveling between me and Boulevard right before the very Boulevard it's also that two right lanes blocked until seven AM and if you're traveling westbound on I. four between lake Murray Boulevard state route four thirty six we got construction blocking the two right lanes until six AM and also between colonial drive and sand Lake Road two left lanes triple team traffic I'm putting my Chavis Newsday six point five W. DPO get where you're going faster traffic alerts every six minute window traffic at its worst we give you traffic every six minutes in the morning it's three times a day when you need it most traffic every six minutes in the morning this is news ninety six five W. D. BO Hey this is Jamie Markley and you're listening to the marching band camp robin show on Orlando's news and talk news ninety six point five W. DPO the booklet van camp robin show Jerry Markley David van camp there Scott Robbins David do you have breaking news well apparently the house has passed at two point two trillion dollar coronavirus relief.
California Highway Patrol has 2nd coronavirus case in Oakland
"Coronavirus has hit the California highway patrol in the bay area an officer out of the Oakland office has tested positive for the virus agency says it's contacted the amity county public health department and is following sanitation protocol C. H. B. says it won't release further details on the worker's health due to privacy concerns there are now two positive tests in the agency the other is in
"amity" Discussed on Uncommon Knowledge
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"amity" Discussed on Uncommon Knowledge
"Into towns and he sent money to poverty programs he liked and then it all blew up. We'll come we'll we will return to the blowing up in a moment Walter House at pronounce. Reuther Reuther Walter. Reuther nineteen o seven. Nine hundred seventy built. The United Automobile Workers Union makes it a central component of the Democratic Coalition. He plays a central role during the Kennedy Administration and creating the Peace Corps and during the Johnson Administration. He is such an important figure. This union lear that he gets together with President Johnson. Once a week he's involved. He brings the union behind the civil rights. Act of sixty four voting rights. Act of sixty five Medicare Medicaid and all of it. Great Society Reuther was the Star and visionary among Union Men. Dazzling in debate yet. It is no exaggeration to say that. Reuther committed the economic murder of the automobile manufacturing centers of Flint and Detroit a dazzling who messes things of Dassler who? Well if we were interviewing him here he he lied the room. He was a lovely guy. He was not particularly corrupt. He did not have money in shoe boxes. He loved the Jimmy Office. He wasn't well he was he. He wasn't any any number of figures who are on the take us a clean union. He'd lived modestly He had been in Russia but he was not a bad trader Communist. He's very interesting man extremely lovable himself and he had this idea that America could afford social democracy. I within the Union and Today you know we have trouble remembering how to say ruth whose names all a name. All of us but in the day every night every single night U. A. W. United auto workers leader. Walter Reuther said President. Johnson said like that he was so important and he was very much inspired by the civil rights movement. He thought the job of the Union was to take social democracy and equal society from union land into all America. It was Walter Reuther. Who sent bail money down to get Martin Luther King Out of Birmingham jail? See if you can believe it. And He meant well He. He's taught Martin Luther King. He took him to the White House. When you know a big important march but what Reuther didn't understand is the US autos have to be competitive and the US can't necessarily afford to be near Socialist Social Democracy so you watch him struggle and it becomes Reuther agonists. He's the whole one of those stories in. The book is the story of the arrival of Toyota Richard. Naptime to notice that as head of the UAW. He was too busy in negotiations. That would give business to the result of which we give business Toyota because the negotiations would you'll contracts that were just too expensive and therefore you cars would be too expensive and therefore this tiny weird Japanese company with these little cars had a shot. Says I don't know if some of the viewers will have seen Ford Ferrari in that film. You get a a look at The the stupefying bureaucracy of Ford Toyota was like Ferrari a bit or or like the right Like the race car driver. Who wants to win? But Ford won't let it Daniel Patrick Moynihan nineteen twenty seven. Two Thousand and three serves in the navy earns a doctorate at Tufts. He would go on to represent New York in the Senate for almost a quarter of a century but first he serves in the Kennedy and Johnson administrations at the Department of Labor and in the Nixon administration. He serves as counselor to the president for domestic policy. We should note that he grew up truly poor. He grew up in the Hell's kitchen neighborhood of Manhattan when it's still lived up to its name and his father. An alcoholic walked out on the family. When Daniel Patrick Moynihan was a kid great society Daniel Patrick Moynihan both witness to and conspirator in one thousand nine hundred sixties policies. Tenure Patrick Moynihan is like one of those characters in the Shakespeare play who gets a great soliloquy right before. They chop off his head. You know he he. He was a wonderful man. He had good ideas he saw through so much of what was going on and yet he also conspired so an example Kennedy Administration to since in my book. When was the executive order? Making it easier for there to be public sector unions in the United States. He was very proud of that executive order because it made Moynahan was This was at a time when Congress wouldn't pass that right so it was an order Because it didn't really Allow public sector workers to strike so wine and the the Labor Secretary was Arthur Goldberg Maybe Willard Wirtz said okay. We got a victory. It's it's a non agreement but actually wants the public sector knew. It could have unions demanded very high wages high enough to hurt the federal budget. Unintended consequence of Hans Work Another unintended consequence. Moynahan wrote a little guide paper for Federal Architecture that essentially said it must be modern and not just old old lady nineteenth century Victorian architecture and that gave license to for example brutalism architecture big concrete slabs like the HUD building or the FBI. Which we know today. 'cause those are modern right and he. He threw that document guidelines. I on architecture heat change federal architecture and why was that a sin because the new buildings that we're bill with this license did not match the environment they were in and our community is a whole so when a new house comes it should be. Respectful of the other houses doesn't have to be identical but it should be respectful of the community space. That architecture did those are two little errors. from that administration A bigger I. I would say it's a truth non-arab but what you're getting at. Peter is that he wrote a monograph about the black family where he said. It's not clear that a lot of government money will help this What's more important. Is that the black family. Be encouraged or at least not discouraged from encouraged to stay together and not discouraged from separating his federal and state policy it separated black families so often before and he was the first canceled person. He was the first canceled person because what he wrote was true. He knew all about poverty. And no dad because you mentioned he had no dad. He knew all about pathology he had experienced it and he was just heartbroken when riot white and black progressives turned against him and said. You're you're a racist because you said there's a problem with black family. So what if one of the many things impressive about this book is the generosity with which you write this? These were admirable people. You say so. You show why they were admirable and it comes through that you feel for them and yet they were all involved in a project that failed. Great Society government lost the war on poverty. In fact what the war on poverty and the new flood of benefits did do was the opposite of prevent poverty. The established a new kind of poverty permanent sense of downtrodden. This the gap between black and white unemployment widened welfare programs funded by Johnson and Nixon expanded rules to an appalling extent. Appalling because welfare fostered a new sense of hopelessness and disenfranchisement. Among those who received it close quote. When did we realize it all gone wrong? Pretty soon in the in the seventies well the the economy was really terrible in the seventies and we try to convey now and tell us why do I say it was terrible in the seventies well? That's stock market. Never went up expecting to reach a thousand and it stalled out about eight hundred stalled out behind thousand so it wasn't until well into Reagan that it it established itself past thousand. That's a long time you three young person now that see Let's see sixty eight seventy eight. It will be fifteen years until the stock market goes past twenty nine thousand. That young person wouldn't even believe it. So so There was that. But what made seventies so awful and we do remember that. Well the the the inflation allowed by Arthur Burns meant that our parents our grandparents got to fewer bedrooms in their house than otherwise they would buy because the interest rate was so high. My father was working in in real estate development at the time and he thought all American houses might get smaller because it was And this was a time when the right here at Stanford. It was so much pessimism in the seventies because of unemployment and inflation that a professor from this university proposed a diaper tax and giant changes to the tax code to discourage reproduction because America couldn't afford its people so is a profound pessimism took over the land as a result of the grades. I can't remember the numbers now. I'm hoping you do or at least close to them. When Nixon holds that meeting at Camp David in August nineteen seventy-one the crisis is that unemployment as I recall was just under six percent and inflation was running just over six percent and by nineteen seventy eight nine hundred seventy nine. Both of those numbers unemployment and inflation were in double digits. Well unemployment did go into the tens but it W- And I'm trying to think it would be in the eighties actually Reagan but but the interest rate is it was generally higher. We some those two up and we call them the misery Which is a good thing to learn. Inflation plus unemployment and it was high. That's another way to put. That is to call it stagflation because economists were astounded. You're not supposed to have unemployment and inflation at the same time in their book. Your of your supposed to have one or the other. And we just had awful both in the seventies You want to imagine interest rates over fifteen percent. That's why Chairman Volcker. The Fed chairman was so much vilified in his time because he put those interest rates up to squish to quash inflation expectation again. The Great Society the damage of the nineteen sixties showed up in a subtler area political. Trust the over promising and social programs disillusioned voters black and white close quote so all these charts were constantly being presented with as if Donald Trump is to blame that show a decline and trust in the federal government from the immediate postwar period. This all starts with the Great Society. The government says we'll we'll we'll we'll eliminate poverty and then fails right. Just think of it in terms of an airline if an airline says you're in seat one B and you get and they give you see thirty eight fee and they say this is your ticket. Sorry we switched your place. How angry you are government. Should only give only promise. Would it can give and more or less most of the time. Deliver that thing so it's an example of the damage of ambition. You right in the Great Society about the way the FBI put tails on certain leftists. Which you of course say perfectly stupid. And you're right this. The trouble with the nineteen sixties. Leftists.
Ground beef recalled in nine states
"A meat packing company in Chicago issued a recall for two thousand pounds of ground ground beef after reports the product may be contaminated with pieces of plastic the recalled products were packed might amity packing company and shipped to nine states including Illinois Indiana Kentucky Michigan New Jersey New York Ohio Pennsylvania and Wisconsin the affected product is one pound vacuum packed ground beef labeled as ninety five percent lean it has the best use date of January thirty first the company received to customer complaints about ten point of the plastic found
A Look Back at '2001: A Space Odyssey'
"Wasn't step to blow your mind. My name is Robert Lamb and Joe McCormick and Robert. Do you remember about seventeen years ago. How disappointing it was that? The year two thousand one was not like the year two thousand one in the movie. The two thousand one a space odyssey. Well certainly it did not resemble the nineteen sixty eight film. Two thousand one space Odyssey did not resemble that that vision of the future. Not Not exactly. We were not not traveling. We didn't have a moon base. I I want my milk. Carton of corn destructor Straw. Well that can be arranged if if that's if that's the definite futuristic experience you're looking for but yeah this is the this is a classic science fiction film perhaps the League Classic Science Fiction Film. I mean you can. You can certainly make the case for other pivotal works of sci-fi cinema but Stanley Kubrick and and Arthur C Clark's two thousand and one has a film that has stood the test of time inspired countless other sci-fi visions. And and and yeah definitely gave us this sort of benchmark to look for in the future so the reason we're talking about two thousand one space odyssey. He is because this year. That movie is actually fifty years old. Yeah it's hard to believe it half a century old. It was released in April. The one thousand nine hundred sixty eight and so because of the fiftieth anniversary because the movie so endlessly fascinating to talk about. We thought we would vote today to a discussion of two thousand one the film itself. It's ideas and its legacy Robert. How old were you when you first saw two thousand one? ooh I saw it when I was pretty young so I don't have a very very concrete memory of it. I think my dad he either he had headed the H. S. copyrighted playing or it was on TV. I'm not sure but I'd I'd say cu maybe eight or something. I'm not sure about Barack being a very interesting film to watch because it was it. has this dream like in quality to it. That is is there no matter. What level of a awareness You're approaching with viewer. You know whether you understand the more complicated science fictional or philosophical aspects of its message. They're still this hypnotic quality to the film that draws as you in I have a weird question about it I wonder if a kid For whom the plot pretty much goes over their head actually understands the the movie better than an adult who can grasp more of the content of the plot because the movie is in many ways. It's almost almost like a more like a painting or like a work of art that is radically open to interpretation where the stuff that the characters do. Well I'm not so sure that it matters as much as more the kind of visual themes established in the questions raised by you know the the spectacle gold before your eyes. Yeah the spectacle is Is a huge part of it. I actually was tempted. I I'd I thought well should. I let my six year old seat at least part of two two thousand and one I am just see what his take is on it and I did not quite get around to to to performing a test of that sort But I have a feeling he would be drawn in by the visuals for sure. Just thinking about the visuals alone. It's hard to believe this movie's half a century old. Like we were saying a minute ago. It still feels so weird and so fresh and so intellectually adventurous. Apparently you know when it premiered. One of the things about the movie is that it's it's mostly silent. They're only actually very limited parts of it were characters are speaking to each other. And according to the stories about the premier the first audience is just Hayden. Hayden not everybody. There were some people who saw okay. This is revolutionary something very different and new and original is happening here but a lot of the Hollywood hotshots shots who were in attendance just hated it There were tons of people. Walking out of the theater. Allegedly Rock Hudson walked out saying out loud. Will someone tell me what the hell this is about. Talk it's interesting because it is a film in which a lot of stuff does not happen. A lot happens. It's a film that that that kind of sums comes up the scent of humanity and where humanity might go beyond the beyond our planet but at the same time every any time. Something seems to be happening. We kind of get a cut. The scenes where characters are having pivotal discussions about what's happening is becomes just sort of a staple of so many other film like most films are missing. The murder that occurs to in the film is not actually seen so it. When you're watching two thousand one space odyssey there is almost this sense that someone is messing with you by removing these key? Bits of information. That should tell you what you're supposed to think about well. I can understand people hating it at first because it is in a way an intentionally challenging film it's it it goes against narrative conventions in a very Deliberate Way and another thing about it is just. I'm not usually a person to call out special effects. I as a thing I love about the movie but the visual effects in this movie movie are just unparalleled in so many ways. They look astonishingly realistic for for a time in the nineteen sixties when we hadn't even been to the Moon in yet when this movie was made we had not been to the moon. Space photography was very limited. So it's amazing. They could get something looking as accurate to the experience of outerspace as as they did. But then at the same time it so D- realized so monreale and It has almost kind of a Dario are Gento kind of quality though. Of course predates are Gento. But I mean like the you know the strange lights and The way the colors color our moods. I it's so oh good I'm glad Argenta did not directed by the way is very different than the monk. The the the the the dawn of man sequence might have been similar but The yeah the special effects in this film are just so breathtaking. I feel like if anyone out there is wondering what is it like to watch two thousand and one a space odyssey with Robert Atlanta. It's like every five minutes may saying aloud. Why can't we make? Why don't we make movies? That looks like this now. Why can't why can't why don't spaceships look like this anymore? Films and basically they don't look this good in anything else for instance nineteen seventy-two silent running another one of my favorite sci fi films was directed by Douglas. Trumbull who worked on two thousand one worked on the effects and silent running looks fabulous but it. It's not as pristine as two thousand and one in garbage can point to a lot of different reasons for that. But then there's you know you can. You can say well. These other films were not directed by Kubrick they. Maybe they did not have the budget. They didn't have the right key key. Artistic people in place this kind of perfect storm of creativity and intent. But but but you end up with this film that yeah just look so unlike unlike anything else and every single frame of this film I feel like you could you could print out and you could put on the wall and and no one would question the choice. It's also somehow a movie that many people I think have tried to copy and been unable to. It's a movie the style of which is uncopyrightable In my I've talked about this a bit with my friend Dave. He's he often points out that you have the the sequel to the two thousand and ten which which correct Kubrick did not direct came out in the eighties. Oh who was the guy who directed two thousand ten who is the same gentleman and directed outlandish alcohol Peter and not just outland. He made time cop. Oh The guy who made two thousand ten made time cop was interesting just if you just look at the trailers the between the two and you see just to start different because on one on one hand you have again the pristine white you know. Almost hermetically sealed all edible seeming. Like you feel like you could just crowd bite into the white chocolate goodness of the spaceships in two thousand one space Odyssey and then by two thousand ten everything is industrial grimy and not just the says the order of the day was the not only the sets but also also the character interactions because suddenly it's not this this very subdued performance limited interaction limited discussions between characters. No you have Roy. Scheider Heider Running Center Mayor Not Mayor of Amity from Jaws Chief of police. Chief Brody. Yeah chief Brody's just right up front getting into you know loud our discussions with with all of the characters We're GONNA need a bigger space craft
"amity" Discussed on Steve Forbes: What's Ahead
"In poverty black unemployment went up family family breakdown and you also point out black families outside who who stay together who came to the north stayed together had incomes just about the same as whites but with family breakdown. That was no longer true. That's right one of the villains in my book actually really got started. Well before the nineteen sixties which is public housing. So imagine a war between Tocqueville and Karl Marx and the Middle Class people get Tocqueville Ville subsidies to subsidies Be Like Tocqueville that is middle-class vet. Gets money to buy a house in a community of his choice he gets money from the federal government to attend the University of his choice often right but for the poor. They didn't get that that funding Tocqueville idea. They got marks. The situation enabled young men without a lot of record to buy a house. And and that was by-in-large a great thing what we do for the poor the opposite we said you are as I say Tocqueville Marks. You need to live in mark's land to live in vertical article housing in the city that you rent because you can't afford to buy and the housing this is coming out of World War Two and a win all the way up the through the sixties the housing was mass housing. It was very much. The whole program of renewal was premature enraptured. With European AH international architects tended to build bland and big We'll get to the housing in a in a moment the horrors that happened there and you focus on on particularly when in Saint Louis You've talked about though the revolt. The mayor's the Mayor's thought originally the Warren Poverty meant money would come in you. They'd it'd be in charge of the job. Training would be union trading and all would be well and then they suddenly realize they were being sidelined. That's right so imagine this from the point of view of Mayor Richard J Daley the boss of Chicago whose point of view I never imagined I would be even looking at but here we are which are daily Richard J Daley Got Kennedy elected. We often wonder how but he did. We we we can surmise. How did the morning of November eighteen nineteen sixty right and then he got Johnson elected in nineteen sixty four with his awesome democratic machine in Chicago so when he heard about this war we're on poverty? A billion dollars for poverty. He figured out what share that was. Chicago's he put all his ideas in a big box. And he mailed the box to Sargent Shriver over whom he knew and he thought would come back checks for each individual Mayor Daley Poverty Program. No No And this really the was unwise of Shriver instead what they got what's institutions more or less created by the Ohio in Chicago in his territory new institutions. And this is just a very bad case this syndrome. The only idea I like is one I thought of right. So that was the Ohio mentality. They nothing before had been any good in the world. They weren't going to take advantage of things that existed more or less there were going to build it all a new new in Jerusalem building new so as a result Sometimes nothing happened. No for Looks Close on the Warren in poverty. One of the points. You making this book which is going to really raise. Hackles is you compare Lyndon Johnson to Richard Nixon in the historian. Oreo goofy of today Lyndon Johnson as some things didn't work out well but good Nixon evil you make the point. In terms of policy it it was continuity and in many senses Nixon built and spent more than Lyndon Johnson food. Stamps are a good example. They were small food. Stamp spending grew a lot Nixon's view but was he wanted to stay president. He was so he had had to placate. And of course Nixon had a democratic congress so it was split right. That's very difficult for president. And he he. You just gave in on a lot of social welfare spending but he pretty quickly with the Vietnam War. Lost interest in creative social programs even good wants and became the Nixon of the cartoon so is so That was interesting you asked why were Nixon and Johnson and similar. I will mention one way that doesn't involve the war. It's the Fed. Both presidents were unhappy with the Fed. Chairman Fed Chairman Reserve chairman if a Federal Reserve chairman so it trump does not new right. What trump does not new Of what trump. When trump president trump bullies the Fed he's operating in an old tradition? Lyndon Johnson was very unhappy with William McChesney Martin the Fed chair of that time and he even hauled him down to the ranch the Johnson ranch through against the wall it is alleged yes and he he said you know. Gosh darn it. I'm I'm not gonNA swear the way he did a gosh darn it Martin. People are dying in Vietnam. And you're not lowering interest rates. You'd think that Nixon who he pretended to be much less political and more technical and more policy ish might have been a bit different but he wasn't. He bullied his fed chair. Who is Arthur author burns mercilessly? And I- Chronicle that in the final chapter so the warm poverty was lost and you've mentioned housing and Some thought as a panacea for the poor especially in the cities but urban renewal you point out became black renewal removal destroyed black communities putting him as you use those words virtual cages walk us through these massive public housing projects objects supposedly for benefit people but massive destruction of community and how people lived. We think why would a poor community be angry angry. Well one reason. The poor communities were talking now of the northern cities were angry was their homes were bulldozed their first homes in Detroit in Saint Louis which I describe it other cities for urban renewal and the idea was to give them a better home in a clean new building instead of quote unquote a slum but the clean new buildings were unhappy places from the Gecko. They when you put a bunch of families as who are have troubles together the children run off and become a gang when you can't fill the building and that was part of the story to Steve. Ah That's already trouble because the troublemakers go. In the empty apartments we focus on PRUITT. I go because it was so hopeful. It was a nice idea tall buildings and Saint Louis but instead it just acres in the skies. Here's in the skies right but but it just just plays People people who had a home that could have used improvement but it was still a home and stuck them all in a building. The other missing factor in Saint Louis at at least was economic growth. The growth went outside the city and so the jobs weren't there for the people who lived in pruitt. I go so they couldn't advance so why I shouldn't their sons revolt and become gang leaders at the beginning. In the beginning of PRUITT I go to State Law was such that. You couldn't receive welfare unless your father was gone. They used to hide the father in the closet in Pruitt I go so that was welfare policy leftover but broke. Oh Cup families it really is. True is not just a myth. The breakup of the family by the state welfare went to the mom. But only if there was no dad. So so this is is very sad and What I discovered in writing this book with these people show me is people want house themselves? They don't want to be housed Civil rights the act of sixty four big part of it was the public accommodations. People don't realize today was legal eagle then to discriminate on the basis of race sixty five roading voting rights act also indisputably crucially important giving people basic writes in this country and yet going beyond those two landmark piece of legislation. Other things happened that you say resulted today in group politics. They didn't stop with okay. We've broken down barriers in public accommodations and broken down the barriers. The right to vote but went beyond that Johnson led the way on that. So you you think of it as a positive rights negative rights as well so the right to vote the right to work the right to be treated decently the right to walk down. The street does individual. Those are just what we call. Negative rights Basic rights that we are sure everyone should have Johnson turn and he said. Civil Rights.
In the NBA vs. China battle, business could suffer
"We begin today with the not entirely idle speculation of what James Naismith would think of the sport that he invented low these one hundred twenty eight years ago and the global economic context in which it finds itself we are of course a long way from the peach baskets that Naismith used as the original hoops and the global economy is nothing like it was in eighteen ninety one but a quick glance at the news sports or otherwise reveals basketball as the pivot point perhaps the biggest corporate story of this day National Basketball Association in the aftermath of a tweet from Houston Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey last week supporting anti-government protests in Hong Kong the response from Beijing has been swift and clear an NBA fan event before a preseason game between the Brooklyn Nets and La Lakers in Shanghai has been cancelled a public training session for the nets also in Shanghai I also called off corporate Chinese sponsorships with the NBA Undone meanwhile the NBA Commissioner Adam Silver says Moore he has the right to exercise his freedom expression it is a big big deal the story with peril plenty so we got marketplaces and you're on the line to hash things out with US hey hey solar this is kind of basic but clearly it seems the basics have been lost in this the NBA has been for decades now one of the most progressive of profession all sports leagues do you suppose that somehow they didn't see something like this coming and if they didn't see it why didn't they see what will that's the and you're getting right to it right the difficulty here for the NBA is indeed it does want to be seen as a progressive league doesn't want to go off brand but the NBA also has to be three of its brand in China the brand is tarnished in the eyes of Chinese businesses of consumers that's GonNa prove difficult and costly for the NBA amity in China this is something that every American Sports League is GonNa take note of because they all see the money in China they want to do business there and even spoke with a sports marketing professor from China he kept telling me that the everyday business of sport in China it's market based right it's similar doing business in the as we all know that we've heard that one hundred times then he said just to be sure not to get on the wrong side of the government because then the market gets thrown out the window well that's that's so interesting so clearly the calculation that's happened here is that the Chinese government has decided it does not need the NBA's brand new basketball in China right because they're grown they're leagues and and they can in essence do with themselves no matter how popular Yao Ming in the Houston Rockets and all of those folks are over there but the NBA is it is the brand right Chinese basketball is NBA China basically when Yao Ming came onto the scene in two thousand and two the celerity of basketball in China skyrocketed because you had to do out there who looked like them you had two hundred million people watched that first game it's going to be so difficult for the Chinese government if they just want to say look we got this we're GonNa have basketball basketball is great here we have all sorts of stars it's going to be so difficult because the other thing is Americans who don't make it to the NBA go and play in China and so there's so much sort of meshing there with the NBA in China that's going to be so difficult for the Chinese to be able to do that let us take this away from basketball for two seconds because you're NBA is certainly not the first company that has run into trouble in China today there was a controversy with apple in one of its APPs let's people identified police in Hong Kong and the Chinese government is displeased with that there is wider risk there is also wider acknowledgement of some of the challenges of doing business in China tipping point do you think I mean you know spitball that for me that's what I kept asking the smarter people than I am about this when you're talking about sort of Chinese relations and things like that and it's funny because everybody that I spoke with says you know what these are hiccups and businesses are going to have to do better at navigating business in China nobody is saying they're going to pull out of China no business person thinks that because there's so much money there they just don't see an American company just pulling out because of difficulties so instead of let's get out of here this is a tipping point we don't want to deal with China it's figuring out how to do business better there and dealer cover sports in a bunch of other stuff force advocate ut in Austin Texas andy thanks a bunch appreciate it you got a
"Stranger Things" Is Officially Coming To "Dead By Daylight"
"Stranger things super fans season three you probably already cruise through that that launch on July fourth but if you just need some more and you want to play a game there is a horror video game series coming out called dead by daylight and it is a stranger things video game by yes it's a multi player games you can play with your friends and it's pretty expresso for explanatory have to survive against a deadly amity enemy in the game's various chapters so you have to survive the night at so yeah I'm Steve Herrington and Nancy Wheeler those are this is the update of this game is to new survivors with that so it's has been down before it's not a new game but you know people are excited like a different chapter exact this
"amity" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"And Sharon amity, the other is at south boulevard in Reno road. Also to the south south watch out for another collision of Westinghouse boulevard and south Tryon. I'm Bill Jones with WBZ traffic here. WBZ weather forecasts on. Shine today, some clouds mixed in our highs going to be low to the mid nineties tonight, expect it to get a low of only seventy degrees, Tuesday, a few clouds, otherwise sunny continued very hot high ninety six Wednesday and Thursday, mostly highs in the mid ninety s right now. We have ninety three degrees in rock hill. It's ninety two degrees and gastonia. It's ninety degrees under fair skies and uptown Charlotte. WBZ t we'd lead local. I'm Deborah Toben WBZ news. Hey famous actress, you must travel so much based sake for hotel dot com. No, no, no crazy. Saving heal dot com, with their price match guarantee. If you find a better rate, they match it and take twenty five percent with lots of options. Hilton dot com has sixteen top hotel brands Hampton Hilton garden inn while the story help you should do their commercials. Expect better. Expect Hilton nor could thank you applicable terms and conditions at Hilton dot com. Hi, I'm Jay Farner CEO of Quicken Loans, America's largest mortgage lender spring will be here soon. So if by a new home is on your to do list right now is the time to call Quicken Loans. Learn about which mortgage options make sense for you and get a jump on your competition. With our exclusive rate shield approval,.
"amity" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Amity, north of independence, boomer voncannon WBZ traffic, Charlotte at six six forty four. I, you know, it's no secret that a lot of realtors just put a sign up in front of a home and crossed their fingers and hope that it sells, and they don't do a very good job. Well, that's why we keep telling you if you're buying or selling give our friend, Paul Jameson A call you hear them on the radio at two every. Saturday afternoon. Paul recently got the job of having to sell a house that had been on the market for a long time, another realtor just didn't cut it. And the previous agent just said, you know, hey, we're good to go. We're going to put a sign in the yard and put it out there. Well, they were wondering why they didn't sell. It was priced right? Yeah. Good price. So how come sail? Well, Paul said that the problem was the furniture young buyers would come in and they were kind of turned off. Although the furniture was beautiful. It was all antiques. So we help them sort out that I experience when somebody walks into the home because when you see NT furniture, and you're a millennial you automatically think it's out of date. Yeah. So with Paul's strong back even though the family still living there. They all got together moved out some of that antique furniture at that house that had been sitting on the market sold. How fast it is hold two weeks? Don, DO any. Yep. That's Paul's favorite word as in gator done. Listen. When other realtors dropped the ball you can count on Paul Jameson and his phone number reflects his philosophy. Eight four six done eight four six done Jameson realty. Some clouds.
"amity" Discussed on I'll Drink to That! Talking Wine with Levi Dalton
"The amity hills called Bjornson. So it adjoins seven springs to the south and west. And you know, I'm my biggest critic my. Post action criticism was picked too late, and I left in the for mentor too long. Not a lot. You know, I probably picked two or three days too late and I probably left it in the for mentor day too long. That was my general thought the wine was big. You know, I drink a lot of crew Beaujolais and it didn't remind me of that. It was something else. And so in seventeen a little more slow pace to the harvest. So I think we got our pick a little bit better. We came out of the for mentor. I think a little more appropriately and I was tasting the wine. I'm like, it's the same fricken thing, man. This, it's a bruising wine. I mean, it's like really big and Tanic and my associate savannah right was it reminds me more of air vase. OOOH, Gamay it's like Gamay in the Rhone. It's not Gamay Beaujolais I'm like, right. That's the site. I think. I don't think. We could do a whole lot less than we did. You know, when we pressed that off, it was so pale and we squeeze it like watching the juice get darker darkish like, whoa, whoa, holy smokes. So. I frequently preached to people that if you wanna make Corneau's moved to Corneau's, you're not gonna make Cornell in the Willamette Valley, and you're not gonna make it on the sonoma's coast. You're gonna make in corn off. And so. On some level that was like this little bit of disappointment like, but I wanted to make crew chalet. And I kind of. Worked at through my mind and I'm like, you know what? It's still really good. It's a fascinating expression of Gamay and if I wanna make crucially, you know the drill dude get on the plane and fly to France. You can probably buy some vines in Beaujolais and maybe in a crew and you could do that. So shut up and make 'em in the Willamette Valley, which we're doing and I'm super excited about it. And I wanna plant at my place because I have a very different soil than the jury volcanic clay that exists in the southern part of the amity hills Bjornson and it's not that Bjornson 's. I mean, it's not bad at all. It's I embrace it. It's really fascinating. There's other expressions out there. I begin to think it site related. I one hundred percent with you, especially when you throw in volcanic soils into a mix, you can get those. But one thing that I think we've both seen is like ten years later and you find out that the vine was misidentified. Right? Right. Actually, it's it's not. It's yeah, you know, I mean, we went down that road uncertainly. I mean, Napa is the epicenter of that with Gamay because you've got Napa Gamay. Well, it's actually not. Gamay has nothing to do with it here this Gamay. I mean, it's a funny thing. There are great Fridays that nobody talks about clone. Everybody talks about clo- Pena nor charts. All you ever talk about name the clones of Gamay available in the United States. Cricket, I mean, or recent what selections of recent available to plant in the Willamette thought. So when you think about all. All of the energy that's been placed into certain great Fridays in a given region Willamette Valley. And then there are other great Fridays that have exhibited really interesting possibility. I mean, certainly Gamay and yet, you know, there's like one UC Davis clone and one in top clone, and I go back to my travels with Bruce Nyerere's on the Kermit Lynch bandwagon..
Iran, United States and Mike Pompeo discussed on Sean Hannity
"Mike Pompeo says US canceling a sixty three year old treaty with Iran covering economic relations and consular rights noting. The US has really just reacting to Iran's destabilizing behavior in support of terrorism. And therefore Nancy today that the United States is terminating the treaty of amity with Ron I hope that Iran's leaders will come to recognize that the only way to secure bright future for its countries by seizing their campaign of terror and destruction around the world, President Trump is you may recall moved to restore tough US sanctions back in may after pulling the US out of that controversial Iran nuclear deal, which Iran still maintains with some other world powers Iran challenged. The sanctions of the case filed in July, the international court of Justice, the UN's highest court today did order the United States to lift sanctions on Iran, which affect imports of humanitarian goods and products and services linked to civil aviation safety. Breaking news and analysis at townhall dot com. Fled
"amity" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Area Eighty-six degrees right now he apologized for the murder this morning a local convicted, killer is, dead for killing a man thirty three years ago in Hyde Park execution of a killer of Cincinnati man has been carried out by the state of Ohio Robert band hook. Was put to death this morning in lucasville for a. Nineteen eighty-five murderer he brought David self back to his apartment no provocation at all an attacking amity county prosecutor. Joe deters this is his first execution since last September they unhook with served a final meal yesterday of double cheese burgers fries teas cake milkshake Melissa neeley. NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w want an agreement on conditions. Before a homeless camp is cleaned up at third and Plum the Cincinnati homeless coalition wants. More say in the removal of about forty. People the deadline was tomorrow to evacuate the area, but now. Council will hold a special meeting tomorrow Councilman David Mann says he can see the deadline being extended for a. Few days but he says the camp is a health risk and temporary housing, is being made available available in and it, comes a lot of it all comes down to Somebody choosing could be on the streets and I you know it's a free country people. Can make their choice. At it doesn't mean that they are entitled to spend the night at certain Plum forever David Mann the mayor says the health department has confirmed, an outbreak of hepatitis and instances of HIV and needle sharing at the camp the Indiana attorney general Curtis hill is fighting claims that he groped for women, and, attorney for hill says. The allegations are, based on a flawed investigation on Wall Street near the close the Dow's up seventy nine points NASDAQ picked, up a fraction, and the s&p added six points news is a service of premier healthcare News Radio seven hundred. Wwl, sports here's, a reds.
"amity" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"To admit this obviously i saw i don't remember the to play so for me yeah watched it but i don't be dealing disqualify remember keenum thing much more about steaks yes you would argue it's not a bigger deal you would argue the national the nfl is a bigger play player to play it was in the overtime situation was shorter it was a less oh it was less of an old my god it strikes me but here's here's what happened maybe i'm maybe i'm going to deep in the weeds on this the fact nick sabin pulled the quarterback who and put this freshman in he pulled jalen hurts to tool straight national championships when he's six hit anchored i don't know that he'd taken them to two straight but he was the quarterback when they went to them so i just thought for a guy like nick sabin the whoa i didn't expect to see the other no other play out there that comes close that he's plays with one exception there was the kid jordan peele i guess his name is jordan peele the michigan kid who hit the shot that that michigan was auto tournament shutting kid hit a shadow and then they end up going the championship game but those two football plays by far place to birdie at thirteen and columbia i wouldn't i wouldn't think that those are big place honestly they weren't letting caught on video is only reason unites that's the point so i i would i would ask you to i would ask you to watch this show but i don't care you don't have to watch his show nobody's going to watch his show if we got paid by the amount of people actually watched the show prevent the show i would i would care a lot more so it doesn't matter okay does anybody have anything to add or can we move on we can move so we will come back with jingle and we will come back with email oh yes this is a jingle by patrick muffin about you'll love of disc men's i liked this you'll love this song of walkmans they same this man would be a cd okay yes museum you'll listening to the tony kornheiser show two days you'll be this may fantastic.
"amity" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"You can to let him play so you would let him yeah chris with michael only because i think you said this before is you have to knowledge that there's a performance lash entertainment piece of all of this it is not if it was sport for sport sake there eno corporate interests no entertainment interest they just playing on a golf course with no fans i mean you know like once you put it on television once you have corporate sponsors once you try to sell merc what about the other people who are walking who have you know john daily i mean there's always been there's always been two sets of rules or stars and not style you know i don't so for those other players another question it'd be wide as tiger woods or white as john daly preferred teatime why am i teeing off at two thirty in the afternoon when i've got crusty green so you always have that double stan it's such well if it's certainly i would agree with these guys if really all you care about is the money but i would say this it is unlike the teatime and typically if you start late today you're going to start early tomorrow unlike the teatime it is such an advantage to get a car over the rest of the field who are walking especially as a senior not really this is not like driving a golf cart right up to your golf ball you are on the edge of the course you still have to have your caddy carrying it becomes more of a burden it's like carrying an umbrella it's just one more thing to look at during around i mean i you would know better than i'm not gonna disagree with you but it would seem to me that these other old bastards are walk in seventy miles a day and the student maybe is down to two or three he's already out of shape he's got a bum the if he got the bum knee in a car accident and this is where it gets tricky for me it's sort of it's not like casey martin situation more deserved a card he had a degenerative so dishes i it's that's more in line i think with you than than them on this one but i i don't know enough about the intrigue by the way let me point out the tiger woods thing as far as the quicken loan event according to vodka he has ricky fowler is the favorite at seven to one tiger is number two twelve to one mickelson in this no odds wise the next names are leishman molinari kyle stanley arles house.
"amity" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"To every this is what i want tomorrow if we get lucky peter kostis will be in studio with socialite they're great i some swing footage i want him to take a look at yeah so he could do that for you just just briefly here this is the tiger tournament think tiger can win this tournament sure why not it's a second it's a second field event right you have rickie fowler evil a bunch of young guys bigger story for tiger he's got a new putter in the bag that you'll see feel actually play with during the turnament but yeah he's got a chance to win it but this is one where he asked to go this tournament you need to go low it's not the traditional one of those west coast tournaments that he likes to play where par is a good score you need you need to put up some numbers when they go low we go hi that's how it works golf saying yeah i don't even know him his history there this is eight eight tournament where he normally misses the cut and then leaves and doesn't show up for the trophy ceremony which is his name yes it has a fabulous looking trophy it looks like the capitol building it's ganic it's just a giant hot mess of a silver trophy so anyway speaking staying with golf briefly and this is the john daly question john daly and i think the word notorious would fit john daly at this point in his life is the guys want to majors idee one he he won at saint angeles british open saint andrews anyone pj crooked creek stick when he was an alternate i mean just got in the last minute everybody has an opinion of john daly he's very very very well known withdrawn from the us senior open because they wouldn't let him use a cart he wanted us it cardi says he has a chronic knee injury and he says the falls within the purview of the americans with disabilities act and so we should be allowed to use a card he points out that scott for plank who has diabetes is being allowed to use a cart john daly was allowed last week in senior tour vent to use a carney finished t seven which pretty good score t seven the us said no we're not giving you the card just to bring you up to date the most recent time that he injured his knee it's when his rv was hit in the parking lot of hooters in augusta and i know that would bring a laugh from everybody the combination of rv parking lot and hooters is going to make everybody laugh should he be allowed to use a cart michael kornheiser yes and this is will on this arm against this but why are you against it a knee injury we all have knee injuries you walk you have a knee injury you walk i fully support his request for the card if you listen to the us j most of this comes down to the fact that he didn't file in the correct procedure this is another example as to how blind they are there they're denying him the use of a golf card is just not the right spin you on in front of this tournament give them a car celebrate him let him play he's going to give you great crowds out you're gonna get a lot of great buzz maybe you can get some other guys who are on the fringe who can't play another big story right now freddie couples is basically admitting his career is over because of his bad back would you thirty but you do anything you can to get that guy on a golf golf course because he's been a a embassador for the game antidrugs this is this is entertainment at the senior level this is obviously a serious tournament but it is entertainment to try and get these guys out on the golf course you do what.
"amity" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Is not the first one of a small number of openly gay politicians who have won a party's nomination for governor again probably the most liberal candidate in that race so i mean there seems to be a pretty clear so let me go to let me go to maryland for a second because they have a republican governor which is an oddity for them there's been about three in the last fifty years and larry hogan is a relatively popular guy but he does not have the numbers i mean he certainly doesn't have the numbers who how do you think ben jealous will do against him well so say ben jealous it makes me giggle it makes me think of van jealousy maybe think of chariots of fire so on its face maryland as you point out is a state that no republicans over beal no and yet they've had bob erlich be kathleen kennedy townsend spiro agnew spiro agnew and larry hogan yes fifty years so i think the numbers are very difficult for hogan i think in a year like this in which we expect it to be a very good democratic year history would suggest it is with the president in the in the republican person the white house not terribly popular etc etc i think the race will come down to larry hogan saying look you can attack donald trump but you guys know me i'm not that i solve problems ben jones is just another sort of rank and file liberal democrat i think it's ramos how he's ready to lefty i think it's a hard race for larry hogan but i would have said that no matter almost no matter who democrats nominated the numbers if been jealous does end up winning the governorship of maryland what does that mean for the pope in line that's the question i think is no but i can confirm he would be the first governor jealous okay that's obvious tony i want to tell you the story about david mensa of columbus on june fourth david walked into a bank presented a note to the teller demanding money and it said i have a gun not a gun not a is that an n p i have a gun the tele gave meant to the money and he died pack which is what you get when you get the money yeah mensa took the money and put the dive pack back on the counter like you don't know what you get when you rob a bank then he said i want some more money i want the money in that automated teller machine won't have that money to it's the tell us said well to access that actually gonna need your driver's license shore here it is so many of moron cave the lies eightyish went to cast shortly there after the police rounded up dave that he had wrote three other banks so he will now be spending some time behind baas is he's an imbecile it would not be the smartest bank revolt on lead him oh i just wanted to mention this there's a small item in the paper that sean spicer is going for the troll fact yes sean spicer is gonna have a podcast and he's got a book coming out and it's going to have a tv chat show an interview show sean spices common ground which he wanted in a at said it with the quote was a bar like setting let them have it yeah chatter this is a pair like senate he invited shatter he invited michael von to be on his own thanks but no thanks sean spicer this is the attempt to cash in yes she wants by realizing i've got eleven minutes left to do something or else i'm done and this is it i get it i mean i i.
"amity" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"And so has news can i have a question before you get to news if we're not gonna put this direction to gary and chris all have young kids sure we are taking the baby boy on his first international flight next week carries kids are now all tina bug well handle this he's had this experience in the last decade get him his own seat who i don't i don't know i think so i think you have to because he travels with no under cannot do that i should've asked if you didn't get a macete pay all the money in the world to get what i'm not kidding i remember cross country flight from california back to dc with my older son when he was eighteen months it was the worst six hours of my life just by they don't care how much it caused by that's the eliza beholding then and put all the crap you need in the seat yup to get up and down and we want that it's well worth client right first class happy to do that for the baby yeah g private play it's going to be it's it's gonna be tough not gonna lie get out of question because christner your duty i wanted some advice to how to make deflate enjoyable enjoyable ugo on another flight does he have a device of any sort yeah box with him bring the car in the annals of great parenting i just load my kids devices up with like five hundred tom and jerry here's a good one does he something he eats maybe like those puff balls he doesn't pump gumy's or anything but landing give him something to be eating because you wanna keep her swallowing so that he's not had pressure he's had no ear issues yet but historically ipaq well then yes but do the keeping keeping swallowing up and down as you take off and land hurt them and annoy people like airy brazell tim thank you so much interlude i don't like that when children cry i to go up to the parents and i say can you do something about the remove this john from my friends it's like a your problem not my problem i'm tony start off we have a statement from the mayor of great foles he said i am pleased and happy tramp eat report the news that we have in fact caught and killed a lodge predator supposedly injuring some hikers but as you can see it's a beautiful day the hikes the hiking passer open people having a wonderful time many this'll be big as fourth of july friendship larry vaughn of great falls we go lifted to this a little earlier tough stretch for the nets think they have scored said hitless shutout three yes they've scored two runs from action in his last four starts combined ten and four he should be thirteen and one very least yes the last time they couldn't get him the women a man on third with nobody out and they couldn't get defoe in so sherzer had to get a no decision he went seven innings he gave up one run on four hits era tool four and they didn't do nothing for him they're five and eleven in their last sixteen they've been shut out six times in their last sixteen point somebody's going to question the manager at some point on good news they have four on the road against a divisional opponent philadelphia starting tonight yes yes yes there at the moment i think it's the first time however we're going to go glass half full both you'll murphy race operating two hundred the first time this year now murphy up to two hundred it looks like the wizards i need to talk about this yes change on the team the polish him masha go tat is now going to going yeah yeah very good ambassador i team on wall to get rid of them they didn't on wall said get him out of my sight yes when you say i want an athletic big man you're saying to the.
"amity" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Differences follows the differences impart that when you are discriminating on basis of race on the basis of ethnishity on the basis of sexual preference that is considered to be in a category that we have the most suspect classifications the highest level of review under the equal protection clause so rather than having a rational basis the government has to show an extraordinarily important reason for any discrimination that's what is at stake at the underlying colorado baker was there sanders and others one might argue what happened was that she was being penalized for freedom of speech for her you know speech first amendment on the other hand you know people can say tony i don't want you in my restaurant because i don't like your job right i don't like you because you know you will bond or yesterday's news and you don't have the right to object to that i don't i private setting and the question was is sarah is it because what she says what she did did political affiliation or sociation with the president and so some of that would be okay and some of it wouldn't be okay i don't know the road we're going on where where people are urged to stand up in heckle other people not at their jobs but we're they're eating i don't like this i don't like the road i don't know that there's any legal protection there but i don't like that road we're going down how about you well yeah i mean i think what's you know i this is one of somebody waste marta than i pointed out in commentary that just it's just a perfect barometer what's happened to the discourse and the situation in our country and it is and it's pathetic and how we all disagree willing another and certainly we can disagree with both so many things that this administration says and does that would be the case i'm sure by people who felt the same way about president obama the fact is that when we start taking these matters into our own hands it's only going to devolve go further down and that's really so you're right is this state law case i'm not sure it's a lot case yet ryan what should really happen what you're doing i think that the public discourse years creating an imperative for people not to do this because it is a slippery slope right i mean so red hen set in virginia says i going to sarah sanders and somebody you know in some other place in a conservative place i'm not gonna let some liberal senator come in and campaign whether it's you know in the presidential campaign or what so that's the issue and i also by the way it is okay that the public rises up and creates dorm as opposed to everything going into court having said that i think this is a very bad precedent and it could implicate legal rights for sure because everybody should be able to get into the restaurant and order the cake thank you abby thanks so much abby loa boys and girls who's the smartest man washington down that's why we do this we will take a break when we come back we will have news i'm tony kornheiser you're listening to the tony kornheiser show this is the sono said i'll just read it hey there we hope you enjoy your sonos home sound system are play bass will put you at the center of all your favorite tv shows and movies plus it plays music so you can go from watching the.
"amity" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"This is sent to us by steve in cleveland ohio song written by his son andy ataman performed by the band to which he belongs sweet schickel c h i c l e bryan tickle conglomerate of kaga in cleveland ban members live in chicago they're either from chicago or cleveland transplants but of course we'll already knew that while sports anna mossy exists between the two cities given the cubs over the indians in the two thousand sixteen world series in the cavs over the bulls two thousand fifteen place when the lebron's relegated david black advise dander and game for this fan is a musical quivalent of can't we all just get along which is exactly what we're gonna talk to abby about abby smartest man in washington joins us now on his way somewhere yeah by a five four decision yesterday the supreme court of the united states of america upheld a ban on certain people from certain countries coming into the united states can you tell me and there's a fairly complex question for me can you tell me what this ruling means and because various forms of this travel ban seem to have been previously in the last couple of years struck down by various federal judges can you tell me why this one was it rewritten to make it acceptable so this is the legal theory that we all know from our childhood at first you don't succeed try again right third attempt yeah so what the five four decision means is really a vindication of the power of the presidency the opinion of the majority made very clear tony and it's interesting when they do this it you can even tell among the conservative judges including the chief justice there a comment saying that they didn't really like what the president says and what the flavor of it is but they ruled on the power of the presidency as opposed to the power of donald trump and in the area farner affairs national security border control it has got to be the area where historically the president's power is at its greatest and that's really what they said that was interesting is that lower courts had basically said you look behind the president's actions to see whether his words and the campaigners tweets or you know in asleep basically indicated a level of discrimination that then made what would otherwise than neutral on its face objectionable because of its motives and we do that in other cases like we'll talk about maybe the baker's case in colorado and i'll explain the difference in a second yes but for the president's power when it comes to these areas the court basically said a neutral action on its face in keeping with his very strong power in this regard is something don't look behind now they condemned some of his things subtle ways although the two large the two loudest dissenters judges justices sort of my or and justice ginsburg were not very quiet about what they said but but even the majority said i'm not sure i agree with the policy or so everybody wanted to understand this opinion it really isn't keeping with a long set of opinions about president's power as to why this one prevail remember the ministration did tweak it they tweaked it there's other countries involvement as well involved there's north korea involved and i think the court decided that you just can't look at somebody like what chrisitan trump says 'cause if that's the case every action he takes could be tackle discrimination right so so the people on the other side.
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"Guy that they got another guy but they got beat by the guy who intrudes handballed it five five minutes before in penalty bucks and they should have had another penalty kick they looked at it and it wasn't i thought i just think at the end of that game you saw hub your masha rana who is the center back here that people screaming for the world cup exactly much under the center and messy hugging and you realize the weight and pressure that is on these guys i mean it's it's country and the flashing maradonna every fifteen seconds when something bad happens i don't think it's fair i mean i think the world cup is better served when the great stars go through when messy and rinaldo and name on anybody else i might be able to name which is nobody when they go through and so you have people to look at that you know but these people are given far too much credit for what they do and far too much blame for what they do it's it's outrageous but here's the question that i had and i asked this in the newsroom yesterday i didn't wanna make a big deal about it because everybody knows i don't think they try to score enough but in the last eight to ten minutes of game they're trying to score all the talk it's like the alarm went off and now we're going to try and score it seems to me there's a very high percentage of goals that are scored late very late and soccer now this indicates to me of course if you try to little harder to score you might be able to do it earlier but one is pointed out to me is the high percentage of goals are scored by the substitutes cause they are shared so i think that is true i also think in sacra more than in other sports the regular season nba think is like this there's a there's a feeling out in extended feeling out period early in games where i think they tend to play much more defensively just sort of don't get scored on test the other team these are in games in which the town is relatively equal there's frankly there's a lot of soccer where it's not i mean you have basically eight big clubs across europe that compete with one another the other teams in their leagues not hand matt ryan financially intel in a game of equal ability there is a lot of testing out i mean i would i would say if you watch messy in the first fifteen minutes of any game he does not run around all that much he is sort of looking around seeing how they're going to play his his not sprinting around which is why he is often criticized i ask the obvious question if that is a pattern if there are two discernible patterns that there's feeling out early and there's frenzy laying why don't you frenzy early totally get up to nothing because it's basically insurmountable if you're up to nothing three nothing i agree i don't you do that i think what you put all your energy out there early that and the diving are the two things that i continue even though i really do like soccer a lot and watched all of that game argentina nigeria when you watch brazil it is difficult to watch like neymar obviously it's usually talented but it's hard to watch because he falls over every two seconds and akzo he is compound fractured his leg on every play he's up two seconds later trying course i i agree those are did we don't understand the tactics piece of we ended up we ended up leading with that i mean that's what we did which is what it will say i didn't want on was he he's not in love with messy i mean he's not he reluctantly said this is probably good for the world cup that they moved on and he's not and remember we talked the other day about the croatia iceland and if they lay down and let iceland kept eighteen out which i didn't crush tina was in with a win that's a win the fact they were in with a win iceland it didn't because i if my jiri tied or one they were in if argentina won outright war thought that i've given to either nigeria or iceland is countries in.
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"And the news at eleven a service of zero rose carpet cleaners and mike castro she chevrolet in milford early dismissals again tomorrow with some areas schools because of the heat deer park will release junior and senior high school students at at twelve forty p m students should homes and amity elementary will release should 455 anderson high school is sending students home an hour early tomorrow capital pollution washington say one hundred eighty one protesters were arrested today after they showed up to voice their outrage at the newest addition of a republican plan to replace obamacare outside today's first year only public hearing for graham casually bill opposition from constituents was fierce abc's mary bruce says there's word arrived that mange senator susan collins will vote against the bill dramatic move comes after opposition to the republican healthcare bill came warring through the halls of capitol hill anger and frustration of boiling over today's hearing had just begun we look cries rang out if you wanna hear how to shut up and outside hey i protester after protester hold up and arrested many you'll chairs as his teammates all shut out at the national anthem in the locker room on sunday steelers lineman alejandro villanueva army vet who served in afghanistan was making his way toward the field emerge from this all placing his handovers heart that is abc's cecilia vega tells us he shari what he did to his teammates is basically saying that this was a mix up he didn't mean to be separated from his team out there on the field he is apologizing to the players to the coach he says that he actually supports the protesters who are exercising their first amendment right we are also hearing from that teams quarterback you speaking out to think he didn't mean for the team to peer appear divided he says the anthem is never time to protests white house press secretary sarah huckabee sanders supports the president's controversial comments about nfl players who meal during the anthem she says president trump is defending the anthem the american flag and those who have fought for the country shattered shows the claim from north korea's foreign minister stating that president trump is declaring war on north korea is false north korea's foreign minister emphasizes the north has a right to.