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Fresh update on "cbs" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:21 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "cbs" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Children. How much paid sick time they have in their balance and they'll probably tell you not enough. Nurses with young children are asking themselves if it's even worth working outside of the home. The prince and Princess of Wales dot by a Boston suburb where I were greeted by fans who lined up in the cold, hoping that the royal couple might stop for a meet and greet, WBZ's James Rojas. He's aligned a whole block of Somerville lab, hoping to get a glimpse and even meet the royal couple. It was very cool to see them. My sister was joking that the only picture we got was at the back of William's head. And I said, but it's a very recognizable head. I would have known that head anywhere. Most famous bald head up. Exactly. Exactly. This is CBS News. This fall, there are now updated COVID-19 booster shots designed for recent omicron variants. Learn more and schedule your updated boosters at vaccines dot gov. 9 O three, Thursday evening, December 1st 2022, 38 going down to the low 20s to low 30s. Good evening, I'm Michelle bash, the top local stories we're following this hour, a murder suspect who police say was toying with them by calling 9-1-1 is now under arrest. His capture comes a day after he was called fairfax county's most wanted. It's unclear whether anyone's going to get the $11,000 reward, the arrest happened after a stakeout of the vehicle believed being used by 43 year old kayan Omar Braxton trot mcclain. Their effects county police say he returned to the vehicle in a subsequent chase ended with a tactical maneuver that left trout mcclain's vehicle in a shallow ditch. That in front of a house on colonial avenue, just off of old Mount Vernon highway, which is near woodley hills elementary, Trump McLean lives here in Mount Vernon in the man he's accused of shooting to death October 2nd was killed Mount Vernon. Brandon whims was the great nephew of Gregory whims, who founded the victim's rights foundation. At the police Mount Vernon district station, Christy king WTO V news. Virginia has its first death from emp. That is the new name for what used to

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'Fighting for Justice' Author Mark Shaw Exposes the Truth

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:53 min | 6 d ago

'Fighting for Justice' Author Mark Shaw Exposes the Truth

"Folks, I am so excited to have as my guest this hour mark Shaw. He's the bestselling author of the reporter who knew too much, the new book absolutely fascinating. It's called fighting for justice, the improbable journaling journey to exposing cover ups about the JFK assassination, the deaths and the deaths of Marilyn Monroe and Dorothy kilgallen. We're getting into it here. So it is really fascinating stuff Mark and we had Johnny Russo on this program a few times and he said, you were absolutely dead on and he was somebody that was deeply connected with the mob and Frank Costello's boy, so to speak. Very nice kind of amazing to have him ratify what you're saying. But let's just keep going. Well, I'm probably one of the most least likely people who could have ever done this area. I was a college dropout at Purdue. It took me 6 years. I'm not the smartest guy in the world, but I was a criminal defense lawyer for a number of years and then a network legal analyst for the Tyson case and other kinds of Bryant and OJ and all that. I always look at motive when you're looking at who's responsible for a homicide. And so the next book, as you mentioned, it was the reporter who knew too much. And that's where I met this incredible human being journalist, media icon, Dorothy kilgallen. Most people know about her from what my line, the quiz show on CBS for ten years. That's all that I knew. And then I started looking into it and I found out that she had really gotten involved in the JFK assassination. They called her the most powerful female voice in America, the post did. And so I found out that, hey, wait a minute, Dorothy got into this. And she decided that she needed to go ahead and look into it because she and JFK were very close friends.

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Fresh update on "cbs" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "cbs" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Europe share the goal of making bold investments in clean energy. Biden said there are some glitches and adjustments that can be made in light of European concerns. Skyler Henry CBS News, The White House. World age days being observed with a candlelight vigil a bit earlier in northwest D.C. WTO Sarah Jacobs reporting. A giant aids awareness ribbon made of red balloons on the sidewalk of Whitman walker clinic greets those participating in this event this evening, Whitman walker has been on the front lines of the fight to end HIV since the beginning, offering testing, counseling, and referral services. World aids day is recognized each year on December 1st to raise awareness of the aids pandemic and to mourn those who have died from this disease. In northwest D.C., Sarah Jacobs news

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The FCA Proposes 'Synthetic' Dollar LIBOR Rate

Finance Magnates

03:56 min | Last week

The FCA Proposes 'Synthetic' Dollar LIBOR Rate

"4 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. The FCA proposes synthetic dollar libor rate. LTP GT the UK possible to our finance magnates dot com's financial conduct authority target quite blank what it caught foresee 8 5 8 5 41 5 zero four four four 8 two one four 8 C 5 5 F 7 one CB two 8 6 one class quarter skin dairy term quote financial conduct authority FC alt tag proposed the publication of a possibility that finance magnates dot com sliver quad target quad blank white it quote 91 70 C 5 5 at four C 9 two B 5 8 6 two 6 7 6 6 two F four F 8 8 one class quarters main term quote till I be all tag settings of the U.S. dollar until the end of September 2024. Announced on Wednesday, the UK financial watchdog is promising to allow the publication of one. Three and 6 months synthetic lebor settings for the U.S. dollar LTP GT LTP GT, the latest announcement of the FCA indicates that the proposed schedule that finance magnates dot com institution out for exquisite west and Atlantis labor bank marked target quad blanquet in all publications of L IB oral tag is at the end of September, 2024 dot LTP GT LTP GT, the FCA, which oversees lebor, scraped the usage of the. Controversial lebow REITs in 2021. Though the publication of most of the lebor REITs for foreign currencies ceased on December 31st, 2021, only some U.S. dollar settings will continue until 30 June 2023 dot LTP GT LTP GT the U.S. dollar synthetic Tahrir coifs without finance magnates dot com to deliver quite target quad blanc what will I be all tank proposal came and lying with the regulatory estimate of 70 trillion of outstanding dollar libor exposures beyond June 2023. The FCA has specified that synthetic rates are that finance magnates dot com institutional Forex cost financial firms to drop synthetic Clyburn bust alternative target quad blank for use in new contractual tag, but are quote intended for use and certain legacy contracts only dotted a temporary deregulator. Came up with the apostle data capables lebor sittings last year in November as a temporary measure. Initially allowed only for Sterling and yen, the synthetic lebor sittings are calculated using a forward looking term version of the relevant risk free rate sun you for Sterling and ton of free yin dot LTP GT LTP GT the three synthetic yen lebor settings will cease at the end of 2022, while the one and 6 month will die ref cops will doubt finance magnates dot com institutional Forex cat a permanently ceased synthetic Sterling Liberum March 2023 quote target called blank world synthetic Sterling lebor settings attack will cease in March. 2023, the three months sitting for synthetic Sterling libor will be allowed until March 2024 settings are only a bridge to appropriate alternative risk free rates, not a permanent solution. As such, market participants should continue to prioritize active transition and focus on converting their legacy contracts to risk free rates as soon as possible, quote the regulator stated dot LTP GT LTP GT the London interbank offered rate lebor was once the most important number in the financial services industry. It measures the cost of unsecured borrowing between banks. However, the reputation of lebor was tainted by the manipulation of its REITs by several banks. Many traders were charged and penalized for their role in this mass Forex market rigging dot LTP GT. This article was written by arnab as home at WWW dot finance magnates dot com.

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Fresh update on "cbs" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

02:09 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "cbs" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"One more time. For my friend. And your outstanding center. Rafael worn up. Overdose situation at a Los Angeles middle school first responders say multiple students had to be treated, LA fire department spokesperson Eric Scott. Possibly an edible cannabis. It was not fentanyl. It wasn't anything that at this point is life threatening, but we do not conclusively have that answer. Women taking charge refereeing at the world combo Santa sabari in Doha. Frances Stephanie led the trio and was assisted by news of Beck from Brazil and Karen Diaz from Mexico. For a pair began officiating youth games when she was just 13. And I sent her passion for soccer came from her father. She's a three time winner of the world's best woman referee award. This is CBS News. Del cyber Monday business sales starts now with up to 50% off on select business PCs powered by 12th gen Intel core processors call 8 7 7 asked Dell. 8 O three here on WTO P it's Thursday night December 1st, 2022, upper Marlboro now at 38° dropping below freezing. Good evening, I'm Dmitri sodas with the top local stories we're following this hour. The murder suspect who was called fairfax county's most wanted a bit earlier this week is now under arrest. The details from WTO's Christy king. He lives in Mount Vernon and he was arrested on a residential street here in Mount Vernon. Fairfax county police tell WTO, they were watching the car 43 year old cion Omar Braxton drop mcclain when he shows up, the IDM, tried to engage and he takes off, a police corps tactical maneuver ends with Trump maclean's vehicle in a shallow ditch and in front of a house on colonial avenue, which is near woodley hills elementary. The resident there not interested in talking. Now back on Wednesday, a reward of 11 grand was announced for trout mcclain, who's wanted in the October 2nd killing of Brandon whims. From the Mount Vernon police district station, Christi king WTO P news. Has killed a first victim in Virginia. Emp used to be called monkeypox. The state health department says the person infected with the virus was an adult living in the eastern health region of Virginia and Fox is the new term, as we say, and it has spread through close person to person contact. Symptoms include a fever, chills, swollen lymph nodes, and a new unexplained rash. There is a vaccine, but not everyone is eligible. Be sure to check with your doctor. 8 O four, a woman is in critical condition this evening after an early morning fire that got it a townhouse in odenton, two homes are now unsafe to occupy. The annual county fire department says flames broke out soon before two 30 a.m. in the three story town home on saint Michael's circle that is near the main gate at fort Meade, the 67 year old woman suffered burns and was taken to bayview medical center. Another person in the house suffered smoke inhalation, investigators are still searching for the cause, but they say the fire was driven by high winds and spread to a house next door. One resident tyrann foster Lewis was able to get her partially paralyzed aunt out of the home. She was taken to a burn unit in critical condition. I didn't think

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CBS Mocked for Finally Authenticating Hunter Biden Laptop

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:24 min | Last week

CBS Mocked for Finally Authenticating Hunter Biden Laptop

"CBS News has apparently authenticated the Hunter Biden laptop. Now. After all this time, they're like, yeah, we've looked at it and we know it's legit. I mean, this is something kind of comical, right? Because you had this massive denial followed by censorship of followed by all those national security figures coming out and declaring that this is Russian disinformation. And that people who quoted the laptop are peddling conspiracy theories, and now the conspiracy has been validated. Right. Well, it's a wonder anybody even listens to these people anymore. I mean, that was October of 2020 that we knew this was real, and it was censored across every single platform and you were kicked off of social media for saying this was true. And now two years later, CBS is finally waking up and realizing that it was all all verified all along. Here's a news organization getting to the news later than everybody else. This is the opposite of getting the story first. They're getting the story last. And you can almost see that they've been dragged kicking and screaming to admit that it's true. Right. And these are the guys who disparage free speech on Twitter and say that you need to listen to us and verified news organizations as opposed to random people on Twitter. Well, it turns out that random people on Twitter were the ones who were right all along.

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Fresh "CBS" from KCBS Radio Morning News

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:27 sec | 5 hrs ago

Fresh "CBS" from KCBS Radio Morning News

"K CBS 6 day weather forecast we are taking stock in the measurable rainfall from this morning. Turned into scattered showers this afternoon and most of that shower activity is on the Peninsula, the south bay, and the east bay as well. And it's really chilly for this time of year. We're looking at daytime highs in the upper 40s to the low 50s. We get a chance to clean up tomorrow from the moderate storm and there's going to be more scattered showers returning on Saturday, Sunday in that system should linger into Monday

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Why Couldn't Catherine Herridge Verify the Hunter Laptop Sooner?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:56 min | Last week

Why Couldn't Catherine Herridge Verify the Hunter Laptop Sooner?

"I want you to listen to the process by which Catherine herridge says they verified the laptop And I want to ask you a simple question as you're listening to this What is it that they did now with this suspicious timing that they could not have done 769 days ago to verify this story What is it Tell me one thing Take a lesson These House Republican investigations are coming and that could be a challenge for The White House as we head into 2023 and 2024 The laptop data we had analyzed showed no evidence it was faked or tampered with Digital forensic investigator Mark lanterman was previously a member of a Secret Service electronic crimes task force There was one thing that got my attention and that was a voicemail spatter called and turned out in the world I kind of get some help That voicemail apparently from Joe Biden during his son hunter's drug addiction is one of many findings lanterman used to authenticate what is believed to be Hunter Biden's laptop data Your confident based on your analysis This is Hunter Biden's data and that it's real Yes This Delaware computer shop is where the laptop's backstory begins Their records indicate in April 2019 Hunter Biden took his laptop in for repair Okay What part of that you've now heard this story That's the CBS breaking news story What part of that could not have been done 769 days ago What part The secret serve former Secret Service guy Who worked on the electronic crimes task force Well what part of that The laptop repairman John Paul Mack Isaac who we had him on about his book yesterday American injustice which flew up the chalk yesterday by the way Thank you for picking that up You couldn't have gone and talked to him

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Fresh update on "cbs" discussed on KCBS Radio Morning News

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:50 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "cbs" discussed on KCBS Radio Morning News

"Cell possible and assist you in every step of the way. If you want to sell and have any questions, please call 5 one O four two 6 7000. That's 5 one O four two 6 7000 and get the offer you have been waiting for. News time, one 43, Netflix planning to expand its preview program, CBS Linda kenyon reports. Movie studios have been doing it for years, utilizing viewer feedback before a film's wide release. In fact, Netflix did it with the film, don't look up. We discovered a very large comet. How? Good for you? It's headed directly towards earth. Viewer feedback said that film was too serious, so creators added more comedic elements. Now, Netflix wants to dial up its Netflix preview club by seeking even greater viewer feedback and in turn, more subscribers. Who knows how that will affect the shows and movies we see on that widely popular platform. Linda kenyon, CBS News. News time, one 44, the sports line coming up. Hey. Humanity has been shaped by moments in which one person approached a crowd with something important to say. I'm John meacham, and this is it was said season two, a creation and production of C 13 originals, a cadence 13 studio in association with the history channel. It was said season two, listen and subscribe for free on the Odyssey app or wherever you get your podcasts

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Rep. Jim Banks: Pentagon Promotes CRT, Gender Identity 'Insanity'

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

02:00 min | Last week

Rep. Jim Banks: Pentagon Promotes CRT, Gender Identity 'Insanity'

"There is a very disturbing report out this is the headline from Fox News, Pentagon promotes critical race theory, gender identity, insanity. This is according to a GOP report that was obtained exclusively by Fox News, what's in this report? What can you tell us congressman? But The Pentagon told us that they weren't, they weren't pushing critical race theory, right? The last couple of years, they've been telling us that's not happening. It's not going on. It's completely provable and the report proves it that they've been advancing anti americanism through pushing CRT, other ideologies on our own troops. I've battled back and forth in the armed services committee hearing room with the top admiral and the United States Navy with secretary milley or general milley and secretary Austin, the top leadership of The Pentagon on these issues, it's unsustainable for a country to ask the next generation of young men and women to raise their right hand, take the oath of office that I did to serve protect and sometimes in some cases even ultimately the risk of paying the ultimate sacrifice for our country when we, at the same time, teach our kids and tell our troops that America is inherently evil and racist and that we're dying for this unsustainable as a country and that's why it's so dangerous that they would allow this ideology to creep into our institutions of the military and out among some of our troops who are younger who are enlisted and you're teaching them this garbage. So it's dangerous. We have to do something about it. Now that we had, again, now we have the we will have the majority. It might be a narrow majority, but Mike Rogers from Alabama will be the chairman of the House armed services committee with the gavel, we have to use that authority to force The Pentagon to stop spilling this garbage teaching this garbage pushing this garbage out on our men and women in uniform.

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Rep. Jim Banks: Number of Illegals Entering the U.S. Are Rising

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:51 sec | Last week

Rep. Jim Banks: Number of Illegals Entering the U.S. Are Rising

"These numbers here, congressman. I mean, these are jaw dropping. There's no other way to look at it. A true full on invasion of our country and a president and an administration that will help on doing nothing about it. Is there policies that are the reason that we've seen over 5 million illegals since Biden took office at least that we can estimate who have crossed the border, by the way, 98 suspected terrorists have been caught at the border, tells us there are a lot more who haven't been caught who have come across the border. So this is a national security issue. This is a an issue of the utmost importance to America and our American way of life with this many illegals being allowed to come across the border and we still have two more years left of this president as policies if we sit back and don't do anything about it.

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John Mellencamp Sits for National Anthem Before Colts-Eagles Game

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:49 min | Last week

John Mellencamp Sits for National Anthem Before Colts-Eagles Game

"John mellencamp. He's still a thing apparently. He's 71 years old. And Mellon camp's music has been used by a lot of politicians over the years. He's one of these, what he's from Indiana, one of the heartland guys, sings about blue collar workers, but the guys are raging leftist, as a matter of fact, he once said that the problem with Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton is they were not liberal enough. So anyway, mellencamp portrays himself as like, you know, I'm down with the people kind of a guy. Well, over the weekend, he was at the Indianapolis game. Was it Indianapolis and Philadelphia? Big football game, and he was spotted inside a luxury suite because we all know that regular Joe's just hang out in the luxury suites. And he was stuffing his face with popcorn and his butt was in the seat. During The Star-Spangled Banner. So we got a picture of it up on the website, someone snapped a photo. Sport says mellencamp is one of America's greatest frauds. And the reality is this guy is a radical, radical leftist. But really, I mean, this guy can't muster the courage to stand up for 90 seconds. And show a little bit of respect to the men and women who fight for our freedom, he can't do that. I mean, come on. No, I don't know. I don't know if it was orville redenbacher. I don't know what kind of popcorn it was, Kyle, I'm sorry. But probably some of that, I don't know. Organic unsalted popcorn. The stuff without the butter.

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Driver Crashes Into Apple Store Outside Boston, Killing 1

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:07 min | Last week

Driver Crashes Into Apple Store Outside Boston, Killing 1

"Not looking good here in Boston. Police have set up those white tents in front of what's left of the Apple store. We understand the reporting from daily from the daily mail is that at least one person is dead, at least ten others were taken out or at least the hospitals are being told to expect at least ten patients there. And we understand that the force was so powerful this, again, this driver plowing an SUV through the front window of the Apple store there right outside of Boston. And actually, it was the back wall that stopped the SUV. So, I mean, this thing went all the way through the Apple store. And now there are concerns that the building may not be stable, so that the building may collapse. It's a mess. So anyway, we'll keep you updated on that story. We have information video photos from the scene over at Todd stern's dot com.

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Over 20 Shoplifters Still on the Run After Storming Local Walmart

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:43 sec | Last week

Over 20 Shoplifters Still on the Run After Storming Local Walmart

"By the way, last night, a Memphis Tennessee. Our war torn city that is controlled by Democrats 2022 or 25. They had almost two dozen thugs armed with guns and they stormed the Walmart on Elvis Presley boulevard. And they stole all these TVs and electronics. If it wasn't bolted down, it got taken. And the police say the guy's escaped in 20 different cars. A lot of them were infinities. I know, no surprise there. So we'll keep you updated on it. I'm telling you folks, Black Friday, black, Friday is already started. The shopping is already started. At least in Memphis, Tennessee.

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LGBT Community Is Using Colorado Disaster to Attack Conservatives

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:23 min | Last week

LGBT Community Is Using Colorado Disaster to Attack Conservatives

"Is conservatives as they are folks, but when you come to our pages and there has been some sort of a national tragedy, or somebody has died, I don't care if the Republican or Democrat gay or straight, you're going to treat him with a little respect. And that's what we do on this radio show. I know some people get all upset about them, but you know what, I don't care. It's the right thing to do. It kills me every time I see one of these, I'll give you an example. Somebody dies and they're a Democrat. Well, I didn't agree with her policies, but thoughts and prayers. You know what? Why don't you just offer your thoughts and prayers? Why do you have to let everybody know that you disagreed with the person they're dead? I mean, come on. So this all goes back to rom Emmanuel, never let a crisis go to waste. The Godfather of the Obama administration. And the idea and really the MO here is that whenever something bad has happened, look for a way to take advantage of that to advance your agenda. And that's exactly what these radical LGBT folks are doing. They're now accusing any of you who oppose any of you who oppose same sex marriage. Anybody who has a problem with drag queens, you're responsible for what happened in Colorado Springs. That's what they're saying on social media. And I'm not buying it. I think that is monstrous that is evil that is demonic.

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Broadway Star Laura Osnes and Eric Discuss How She Was 'Cancelled'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:55 min | 3 weeks ago

Broadway Star Laura Osnes and Eric Discuss How She Was 'Cancelled'

"I want to remind people if they're just tuning in, you won you got Tony nominations. You were the star of many Broadway big hits, big deal stuff. You were you appeared on the Kennedy Center Honors on CBS. I believe you were an episode of kojak, am I getting that right? Just kidding. That's a little bit before you got this might be before your time. Before your title. Can you play the heavy in an episode in 1976 and one of those kojak? I'm so surprised you remember. Thank you for that. It's amazing. It was a small part, but it was beautiful. No, but so the point is that you, so you're telling us the story of what happened a year ago that you're invited to guildhall, which I know well in east Hampton. And they find out or they ask you, oh, you have to be vaccinated. And you said, well, I'm not vaccinated. So I'm not going to do it. Page 6 of the New York Post, not a fan of page 6, folks. It's like a sloppy tabloidy garbage. Thank you, Rupert Murdoch. Thank you. Thank you really. Thank you. And they stir the pot and they tell all these stories. And it's not true. And suddenly you're dealing with this media firestorm. That's it. That just spread like wildfire. And I immediately lost four other jobs that I had been associated to that were upcoming. And the vaccination status is one thing. But what actually happened is I feel like these jobs were lost because no one could no longer associate with me because of this choice. And New York is very one sided. The theater industry, especially, is very one sided. And if you don't pair it a certain narrative, there are super tolerant until you maybe think a different way about the world. And then you're the enemy.

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Kari Lake Practices Compassionate Conservatism

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:45 min | Last month

Kari Lake Practices Compassionate Conservatism

"Remember the phrase compassionate conservatism? Compassion for Brian sicknick's mother. Who has every right to be heartbroken, angry, aggrieved, she doesn't like the fact that her son had to tangle with those rioters on January 6th, nobody should like that. It shouldn't have happened. But of course, as Kerry Lake pointed out, according to the medical examiner, Brian sicknick died of a stroke and he attributed the death to natural causes. Not injuries sustained by being struck by protesters. I mean, again, another smear and another bald faced lie that they try to regurgitate over and over and over again. Trump supporters killed three police when they're like three or 5 or 7. You know, by November the 8th, there'll be a hundred police officers who were slaughtered on January 6th. No. The only person who was killed as a direct result of any of the actions of January 6th was a Trump supporter named Ashley babbitt, who was shot dead by a capitol police officer, Capitol Hill police officer. That's the only death. And yet, Carrie Lake managed to answer that question. Without disparaging Brian's sicknick's mother. And yet, it was a splendid response to a CBS reporter attempting to make Carrie Lake look bad.

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Kari Lake Holds Her Ground Against Biased Reporter

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:49 min | Last month

Kari Lake Holds Her Ground Against Biased Reporter

"To this exchange yesterday between a reporter and Carrie Lake and this astounding answer she gave to this reporter's attempt at a gotcha moment of Arizona candidate Republican Kerry Lake. From CBS News. I don't know if you've seen this at attacking you. Which one, which one? Which one, Chris? The mother of Brian's Signet, the capitol police officer that died the day after January 6th. She in an attack ad is saying that people like you specifically are responsible for her son's death. I'm curious what you think when you hear that. What's her name? The mother of Brian sicknick? Yeah. And I think it's Cindy's second. Cindy, I just want to say to Cindy sicknick, I'm so sorry about the death of your son. It is tragic. I'm a mother, myself, and that is, it breaks my heart. That is a wound when you lose a child. No matter how old they are, that never heals. And so I don't want to disparage her. She doesn't know me. I wasn't anywhere near the capitol on January 6th. And I understand that her son died. I think the following day of a stroke or natural causes. And I feel for her. And I see the pain in her eyes. And I would never try to disparage or hurt her because I know when a mother has pain like that. There's no way to heal that. And that's why I feel for these moms and dads who hit me up on the campaign trail and they grab me. And you can spot them from across the room. There is a loss in their lives that can never be replaced and we're losing thousands of young people when they tell me they lost a son to fentanyl. When they lost a daughter to a fentanyl poisoning, this is why we are pushing so hard to secure that border and stop fentanyl from pouring across.

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LAPD captain warned CBS about Les Moonves sexual assault claim, NY attorney general says

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

LAPD captain warned CBS about Les Moonves sexual assault claim, NY attorney general says

"CBS and his former president Leslie moonves have reached an agreement with the New York attorney general's office which says the network's executives conspired with a Los Angeles Police captain to hide sexual assault allegations against moonves I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest Under the agreement CBS and Leslie moonves will pay $33 million to shareholders with CBS paying $6 million for sexual harassment programs The office of New York attorney general letitia James says the police captain which the LAPD later identified as Corey palka tipped off CBS about a woman's report about moonves allegedly sexually assaulting her in the 1980s James office says at least one CBS executive sold millions of dollars of stock before

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The Democrat Party Was a Party Built on Violence

Mark Levin

01:04 min | Last month

The Democrat Party Was a Party Built on Violence

"Folks you can't watch MSNBC and CNN You can't read The Washington Post in The New York Times You can't watch NBC ABC and CBS without the constant lies racism violent and vile language the media have a huge role in this And of course the Democrat party always Always Is a party that was built on violence that persisted on violence and still embraces violence Not a word about the riots of 2020 Which destroyed cities Which literally left people dead Which harmed police officers changed the way we police in this country They consequences are felt every single minute of every day particularly in our metropolitan areas And we have to listen to a man who heads that party who doesn't say a syllable about it and won't Not a word Not a word

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"cbs" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:16 min | Last month

"cbs" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Is up next in Louisville. Hey, John. Hey, good afternoon. Nevertheless, I pray for the next coach that goes there. Absolutely. I think we have something in common. Neither of us won the Powerball, right? I've never even played it. It was only a $1 billion last night. I don't know who needs him but who needs a billion when you can work for free. Yeah, I love what you do, right? Hey, click, I've got some questions for you, but a quick update on that Michigan situation. You'll find this interesting, but the player that was held down and hit with a helmet, several times. He hired Tom Mars as his attorney. You know who that is, right? I sure do. Yeah. And so I think the charge there will be a self charges, but there'll be misdemeanors, but the one with the helmet could end up being a felony, but the most interesting part of that new video that came out from all people ESPN. It shows Michigan states star defensive player, I think his name is Jacobi Whitman, holding down the Michigan player why the other guy hits him with a helmet. And yet Tucker didn't suspend him. I find that interesting. I think I think they added four more to this afternoon. And that's the amazing thing is that it took that video. Yeah, I'm pretty sure I just read that about an hour ago, but how it took this long for them to get that information I'll never know. And I'm underwhelmed by all the statements and the fake outrage by the president of Michigan state and by Tucker in the AD. I mean, it's complete nonsense. Well, the outgoing MSU presidency seems sincere, but not Tucker Tucker hasn't even called Jim Harbaugh yet. So enough with him. But let me double check, I think, yeah, Jacoby, winman has now been suspended. Yeah. He was holding them down while the other got him with a helmet. So it would be interesting to see Tom Mars now suing for money instead of helping players transfer. Paul, I want to ask you two questions. One thing about Tom Mars, though. He comes with a media entourage. That's his calling card. Well, absolutely. And by the way, where are you this weekend? Athens. Oh, okay. Yeah, of course. By the way, NASA. Paul, just your quick thoughts. I'm not really interested in what the CFP comes up with tonight, but who are the top 14 right now forget about strength of schedule, strength of resume, strength of record, who are the four best teams and lastly, who's the best Heisman player right now in your mind? I believe Ohio State is the best team today. Because just from a complete resume, right. And as I've always added to the caveat, it doesn't matter who the best team is today. The best team next week will be the winner in Athens. Because that's just so easy. I think Georgia or Tennessee could be number one tonight and then that will settle itself. I think the school that needs to be concerned though is Michigan and Clemson, Michigan if it loses little House state. I think it has no path. Their non conference schedule is weak and I think Clemson is pretty vulnerable too. Yeah, I agree. A weak schedule for Michigan and Clemson is barely gotten by some mediocre teams. But I'll tell you what concerns me about Ohio State. They hadn't had a running game in several games. I looked at, I watched the Penn State game. They had 98 yards and 26 carries. Take away that 44 yard run and they had like 55 yards and 25 carries. They absolutely need to get their running game together. And I agree with you on that. But leave it to James Franklin and Penn State to make yourself make you feel better. That's what makes James Franklin James Franklin. James James Franklin, agent and Mel Tucker's agent. I don't know who they are, but I want to hire them. Paul scale one to ten, all these rumors coming out about different coaches for auburn. Is that Jimmy Sexton? I firmly believe it is Jimmy Sexton. And I'll go ahead and tell you this just you and me talking here. It's not that I distrust the media. But the media now has anyone in the media that claims they have an inside source on this auburn thing or clueless, because I don't believe anybody. Lil, how about Rick from yesterday? Well, he predicted that. Other than you know who we owned. You know who he knows in the administration. His sister's a janitor there. Hey, by the way. The people, those are the people that know the most, as White House butlers have shown us over the years because no one really thinks that they're telling anybody. I was in a car a couple of weeks, a couple of months ago with somebody in Washington, D.C. and I was yapping away and the guy looked at me like, hey, that driver is probably leaking this to some publications. So I've said, okay, you're right. But in the end, I think section controls the media. He controls the ADs. He controls everything in college sports. Last question, Paul, who's who you have for Heisman at this point. Right, right now it's in hooker, but I think CJ Stroud would be his stiffest competition. Great. Thanks. Thank you very much. We'll take a short break. We have 30 minutes remaining here on a Tuesday afternoon. Nobody protects you from mayhem like Allstate. I'm

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The Elites Have Done Such Remarkable Damage...

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:19 min | Last month

The Elites Have Done Such Remarkable Damage...

"The people in charge of our society have done such remarkable damage. Why? Because so many of our elites don't care about you. They care about their pocket. Because they're bought and paid for by Pfizer, play cut 24. Meet the press, data download, brought to you by, Pfizer. This portion of CBS this morning sponsored by Pfizer on how to find the hidden sugars in the American family diet, sponsored by Pfizer, making a difference. Brought to you by Pfizer, CNN tonight. Brought to you by Pfizer. Brought to you by Pfizer. Pfizer benefited from the lockdowns, Pfizer got richer because of the lockdowns. There's a lockdowns never would have happened. And we would have allowed to have Ivermectin, hydroxychloroquine, intravenous therapy, ozone, baby aspirin, talked about vitamin D levels, with Pfizer, have been able to receive billions and billions and billions of dollars. Joe Biden says, you got to get your annual COVID shot play cut 93. And if you're fully vaccinated, get one more COVID shot. Once a year, that's it. Wonder how much Joe Biden and the Biden family is going to benefit from continually shilling out the Pfizer vaccine.

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Majority Say the Economy Is Biden’s Fault and It’s Getting Worse

The Officer Tatum Show

01:05 min | Last month

Majority Say the Economy Is Biden’s Fault and It’s Getting Worse

"I want to go to audio clip number one here shortly. This is a CBS News report that stays 65% of Americans say the economy is getting worse under and they blame Biden for it. They blame Democrats under Biden and the economy is getting worse under Biden and they blame Democrats. Here's the audio clip. Audio clip number one pokeball Sean. But look at worsening views of the economy, Nate. Look at this two thirds of people say it is getting worse. And let me show you why. One of the ways people interact with the economy is gas prices. Of course, you're paying more. You're seeing those big signs up. Back in August, there was some optimism, majority said, well, okay, they're going down. But look at this. Now, 63% say gas prices are going up in their area. So I asked people, okay, well, let's turn to politics here. Who are you blame for this? What's the reason? Well, look, there's more folks now who say that democratic policies have harmed the economy than helped it. It's not the only reason they see for this, but their reasoning out of results, right? They're feeling a pinch, parties in power. Okay. Must be doing something wrong. And then by contrast, they think, well, Republican policies, more likely, would help.

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Americans Are Tired

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:49 min | Last month

Americans Are Tired

"I don't want to have another abortion debate. I promise. I know that we're tired of it. And I get to people are weary, and incidentally, will you stop holding back and not calling me? Call me. I want your voice. I can feel it. You're holding back. There's a malaise. Oh, I'm so tired of this. We got 22 days to fix this country. And I am deeply alarmed about the depression that people are suffering from right now. And there is a depression, there is a, I say to Tracy, where are the calls? Well, I can't hear that guy. I don't know the phone doesn't work. Call me. I want to direct answer to a question. Do you recognize how evil it is to be in favor of aborting a 9 month old baby? Are you seeing these headlines? Look at all these headlines. Oh, New York governor's race between Kathy hochul and Lee zeldin, Titans to toss up. It was leaning blue. Now it's toss up. She and Anne, a very good number for Republicans in the new CNN poll. Actually his headline, CBS News polling shows Democrat momentum stalling amid economic worries. Don't get down. Don't be depressed. Don't hesitate to let your voice be heard loud and clear all over the country. Join me. And for crying out loud, when I have trouble lighting up these phone lines, it does worry me. Because I don't know what's going on. And I'm talking to my fellow talk show hosts about it. There is a sort of a depression. There is a malaise. There is a weariness. It feels like Americans are just flat out tired.

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"cbs" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:51 min | 5 months ago

"cbs" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"So there's one other thing that happened at big 12 media days. But I think we need to address. And I might have gone on a bit of a rant about this. Braden Gaul in for Paul Flynn Paul fine bomb show. ESPN radio 855-242-7285 got phone calls here. The rest of the way if you want to chime in, 855-242-7285. Tell me how awful my college football takes are, how awesome my music taste is, because I just have great music taste. I'm just going to tell you. That's just the way it is. Fitzy, by the way, used to be my co host here locally. He'll back me up on this. So here's something that I saw today at big 12 media day that it just drives me nuts. Drives me absolutely bonkers. So they had to talk about the horns down thing. Again today with the big 12 head of officiating. Basically, the head of officiating in the big 12 is apologizing to everybody because he's like, look, guys, I'm so sorry. I know I'm going to get a bunch of emails from Oklahoma people. I'm so sorry. But you can not throw horns down during a football game. You can't throw it out of player. You can't do it after a touchdown. You just can't throw horns down. It is, I don't know what it is. Disrespectful taunting, I guess. I don't know. I'm just not sure what, what is it then? If that is the case, now listen, I am not talking about throwing birds at people, right? If somebody's going to run down the field and throw up some birds at some students or some fans, like, I'm okay with throwing a penalty on that. That ain't cool. But isn't every single hand gesture every player does in celebration also technically taunting? You know what I mean? Like if I score touchdown and I'm a Florida gator and I do a chomp. Isn't that taunting? If I'm a Florida state player and I score touchdown and I start running down the field, tomahawk chopping, isn't that taunting? In this sense of the word, like I disagree, I think none of it should be taunting. It's all called sports. And it's supposed to be fun. It's supposed to be a game. We're supposed to have fun. So I don't know, to me, I get it why the official head of officials had to talk about it at big 12 media days, but I just think it's ridiculous. Suck in the fun out of the game. This is what it is. CBS sports reporter covering the big 12 and I will ahead of time apologize because I've talked to this guy. I've talked to you many times on Twitter and I've never said your name out loud. So I'm going to try to get it right. Shahan Jey rajah. Did I get that right? Si Han, are you there? Yes, yes, now I think you got me. Yeah, you nailed it. I got it right. All right, thank you. You got it. Thanks for joining us. That's all I needed. I appreciate it, buddy. Thank you. No problem. Thank you so much for having me. You can check them out on Twitter, of course, shahan Jay Raja, CBS sports at the big 12 media event. Just your personal opinion on the horns down thing. I know it's never going to change and they are what they are, but are we not taking some of the fun out of the game by not allowing players to just sort of do what they want to do with hand gestures on the field? Yeah, I mean, I feel like the excitement of college football is just getting to enjoy some of these things. Getting to hate your rival is getting to talk trap and I mean, look, in the state of Texas, where I'm from, the University of Texas is the standard, and I think the idea of people being able to kind of express themselves and do that sort of thing. I think it's just fun, right? It's harmless. It doesn't, I don't think it really demeans much of anybody. I think it's more of a compliment to the standard that Texas that historically. So I think it's silly, but unfortunately I don't make the rules. Well, I wish you did, man. Let's go back to Brett York mark's opening remarks, the first time commissioner of the big 12, of course, he comes from a big business NBA background. What did you make of how he delivered his prepared statements? We know that the substance of the message, which is we're open for business. We're going to do the best thing we can for the big 12 in terms of negotiating a new television contract. What did you make about how we handled the entire event? Are you impressed with the leadership skills? Do you have questions? What did you make of his performance? Yeah, I was pretty impressed and especially after talking to some other people around the periphery. I mean, they seem very impressed with what Brett your mark was able to do. You know, I mean, certainly like any opening statement, there were some buzz words, right? Young and hip is probably not something that's going to stick her out for a long time, but I think that ultimately what he brings to the table is somebody who comes from the outside world. Somebody who understands how to generate revenue in a pro sports set, somebody who understands how to maximize brand value. You know, he was the guy who was in charge of the net moving to Brooklyn and having to rebrand themselves as Brooklyn's team. And so obviously a college conference is a little bit different than that. It's going to be a different challenge, but I think that he has a good understanding of some of the off field stuff that certainly I've been looking on the SSD network that the NCC has done exceptionally well over the years that I think that the big 12 has struggled doing. And I think that some of those off field considerations are going to play a big part and being able to recoup some brand value. Joining us here from CBS sports covering the big 12 and I guess do you get a sense I would like to talk about actual football in a second, but do you get a sense about where their actions may lie, like where their focus is? Is it, you know, he used the phrase defined point of difference. What does that mean? I think that more than anything else, they want to, again, I go back to that word brand and brand is obviously kind of a giant buzzword in some ways, but I go back to the SEC, right? The SEC, I think, has done a tremendous job of establishing a brand. It just means more culture. This is the best.

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"cbs" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"cbs" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"Show with Stephen Colbert. Listen to the Late Show pod show with Stephen Colbert on Spotify, blue fee, or wherever you get your podlings. So it's now official. It wasn't when I woke up this morning. It became official, as I was rubbing my eyes, Kentucky, North Carolina, 5 30 p.m. eastern on Saturday on CBS, sports, not the game, we expected the watch, but still two global programs, still a fun matchup. I'll be there. It will be there. That's right. Sorry, I'm sending out a tweet in real time for people to come watch. Thank you to our live listeners continue to like, subscribe, comment. We appreciate you. This is a big game for both these teams. Both preseason top 25 teams. Both teams that I anticipated would be in the conversation to Kentucky. I thought it would be in the three seed realm. Once we got to march, Carolina, I was more, let's say 6 seed. Right now, Caroline is going Caroline is trending better right now than Kentucky is. Would you agree with that? Well, Carolina is at least, you know, after a less than ideal start, Carolina has looked like a better version of itself. Over the past couple of weeks, whereas Kentucky, you know, it's December 17th and they still have beaten nobody and lost to both good teams that they play. That's right. By the way, in real time here, CBS we now have a triple header. Triple header, Louisville versus western Kentucky is going to air at 3 p.m. eastern on Saturday on CBS. The first game will be Gonzaga versus Texas tech at a Phoenix at the Jerry colonial classic. We're going to get to that later in our picks. And GP and I will be on CBS sports headquarters before that game tips off. But I literally just landed to Louisville western Kentucky will be part of a triple header. It will be a single header in Las Vegas. Carolina has been able to win 5 straight games, including a home win over a Michigan team that's obviously slumping. They want to at Georgia Tech. And they look good in a second half rally versus Furman, Kentucky hasn't played since the loss against Notre-Dame. Right now, Kentucky needs this more desperately, although Carolina could really use it to get a nice neutral court when I saw him in person when the lost perdue antennae at the Hall of Fame classic in mohegan sun, what was that three weeks ago there? So yeah, a compelling game. Caroline attempts to bring out the best in Kentucky, Vegas was actually the site where I was not there, were you there? Yeah. Yeah. That is the Kentucky North Carolina game. I remember most. I mean, they played in the elite 8 at FedEx forum a few years ago. That was terrific. That was Lonzo and deer and fox, I think. And I believe that's the dieron fox like balling his eyes out after losing knocking to the final four. I'm pretty sure that's what happened in the locker room afterward, like a very famous viral clip that happened there. But yeah, these teams, by the way, also play this situation, Kentucky Carolina fans will remember everyone else probably forgets because it's all the stuff ones together. This exact same situation materialized a year ago. Kentucky played Carolina in the CBS sports classic, which was in Cleveland without fans when you say I couldn't play. So they are playing them back to back seasons. Last season, Kentucky, which obviously had a bad season. They lost to UNC 75, 63, and we'll see if the script gets flipped this year. Yeah, well, hold on. I would say Lonzo Ball. There was a UCLA, was it UCLA Kentucky in the NCAA tournament? No, it was Luke may hit in the shot to beat Kentucky. You didn't say Lonzo Ball. Yeah. It was Kentucky Carolina because Luke may hits the shot to send Carolina to the final four. Remember? I've got it now. So Kentucky played UCLA in the sweet 16. About a bang. And then played North Carolina in the elite 8. Were you on hand there? Were you in studio for CBS? Because that was you were I was not in office. I was you know, they don't let me go to Memphis because you live in Memphis. I would love to go to Memphis, but I have yet to ever be there. Memphis is the home base for CBS sports dot com between me and David Cobb. That's correct. Although he's not in Memphis anymore. So never mind on that. By the way, you're going to have to vamp here. Things have been so nice. I've been in my office. I don't have my computer plug. And we are live. I have to go and get my computer plug downstairs. This is going to take about two minutes. So you're just going to talk about the I got to go get my plug. Talk about the matchup. I'll be back. I gotta plug this thing in because I can not have my computer in real time on this podcast. I'll see you later, dead leg. I'll take it by myself. So it's Kentucky North Carolina here in Vegas and New Orleans brought up. The most memorable, I think probably the most memorable CBS sports classic game was that Kentucky, North Carolina game a few years ago, when Malik monk went wild to lift the wildcats to a victory. And so now you've got two teams playing on Saturday. And I think north orland is right. Kentucky probably needs this more desperately and I use that word loosely. December, there's nothing desperate about anything between two power conference teams, this early in the calendar, because if you're in the SEC or the ACC, you've got plenty of opportunities in front of you, regardless of what happens on December 18th. Not so much the case if you're saying AAC team or an Atlantic tin team or somebody who's not playing in a league with a number of other teams that are projected to make the instantly tournament that have strong computer numbers that can give you quad one opportunities in quad two opportunities. But if you play in the SEC or the ACC, you're gonna have those shots all throughout the month of January all throughout the month of February throughout the first few weeks of March. So there's nothing desperate about it. But if you were, I think, trying to identify which team needs this more, I think it probably is Kentucky because. Season opener, they play duke. And they only lost by 8, but they so clearly look like the inferior team. They didn't look as talented. They didn't look as athletic. They didn't look as good. And then they played 7 straight games against mostly nothing. Ohio's in there. Ohio's oh, a good mid major team. But it's a good mid major team. You're not supposed to blink at Ohio.

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"cbs" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"cbs" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"Alone. Just let it stay. Like, once upon a time I made the case for Marvin Bagley being the number one pick in the draft. I never bring that up anymore. I don't turn that. I don't talk about that anymore. That's not something I bring up anymore. The only person I know who the only person I know who brings up stuff they were completely wrong about all the dime is clay Travis, about COVID. That's the only person I know who just keeps keep bringing it up, even though he's at like four people are gonna die. Yeah, I don't tend to bring up my wild misses and we were clearly the most security and self and we, you know, we let the listeners laugh along at our Edison. I got no problem. I didn't, to be honest, I played that. I didn't know. I played like the first 15 seconds early this morning because I was going to make myself look like an idiot because I don't care whatever. I didn't realize it was going to quickly steer into you hopping in that line with me. Yeah, yeah. Don't drag me down with you. I mean, I didn't fairness. I did take the over. I took the over on zero. You have cancer. So like if it was a trivia time, I got it right, but yeah, it's like I've been saying for nearly two years now I never seen one like this. And being totally serious, I did not expect this. I didn't expect breakthrough cases to be this big of a deal. I did not expect us. Although I left open the possibility for, but I didn't expect a variant to come in that is, what's the latest number? 70 times more contagious than it reproduces at 70 times the rate in the lungs. I don't think it's right. But it is much more contagious than any other variant we've ever had. Yeah. Here we are. Here we are. Quick background on just how all this came to be. Okay, so Ohio State as GP laid out, it's not going to go. It has too many positives and the new CLA took I mean Thursday was an absolute mess here. They were thinking about and trying to get the right a bunch of teams that were initially contacted about doing this. You know, I'll mention the teams that have been put out there publicly. VCU initially was like a super long shot. Super long shot. But then UNLV, which doesn't have a game this weekend, it's right there. Why not, right? Problem is you and elvi already has 31 games. So it actually applied to the NCAA for a waiver for a 32nd game regular season that just never wound up materializing or mattering because the decision was made to have, again, a single header, stand-alone game here. But UNLV was willing to be the team and if not, or it could have been northwestern, which lost its game this weekend against the Paul because de Paul is on COVID pause as well. And so we will not be having that. If UCLA had been able to play, then the question would have become, because the way this was going, it was almost like Carolina Kentucky might have tried to play each other either way, because Carolina from what I understand not happy about how long UCLA took to get word out that it wasn't playing. Carolina rightfully so needs to prep for an opponent. They're flying across the country like who the hell are we watching on video when we're prepping? So the weird thing with all that is that if Carolina Kentucky would have played each other anyway, UCLA would have played northwestern, I believe, because UNLV would not have been able to I don't think you and LV would have been approved for a 32nd game. It's already played. UCLA and non conference play this season. And siblings not letting you play 32nd game so you can play a second time against a non conference opponent. So we aren't getting that. I hear you on that, but they're gonna lose games. I know. If you're the NCAA, yeah, you know, he's probably gonna lose a game somewhere, so they'll stay under the threshold. And secondly, I don't know, you got a $1 billion television deal with CBS, maybe throw him a bone and say, hey, you need a double header. You and LB can play. I agree with you on this 100%. And I don't have the reason as we record this in real time Friday morning about why that other game didn't get scheduled. Could you have done UNLV versus northwestern because northwestern was looking for a game willing eager and wanting to play one? They're not alone. Real quick, because I'm sure people listening or they saw Rick patino tweet about it. Just, you know, like, Rick Pitino and I own, that would he like knew what he was doing. He was being cheeky. Iona was contracted to play in a separate event with another group, so I own a couldn't leave that to go play in another event altogether. I own a lost his game against seton hall. The other element about this before you want to get to talking to whatever else is in talking to numerous people across college basketball on Thursday. Here's the deal. Okay. And I don't know if this is specifically what happened with Ohio State and UCLA because I'm told like UCLA's deal in general. This goes back to last season, like with that university, their doctors, everything like, I guarantee is not making the call on whether UCLA's plan, Saturday. It was not his call. 100% was not his call, but I don't know if I'm about to tell you, applies to utility in Ohio State, but I know it.

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"cbs" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"cbs" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"At North Carolina and Marcus Carr. So I had obviously at Texas. So I had those three on my teams. The guys that made our teams that I did not vote for trace Jackson Davis at Indiana, Jay navy at Purdue and how many hackers at UCLA. So neither one of us voted for ivy. And hakkas, I didn't vote for a photo for either one of them. So I guess my ballot would have Gonzaga would have been the only team to have multiple players as all Americans and I did have Timmy first team and I had homegrown on the third team and we talked about this before how unique it is that there's a team in the country that has a guy who is the I guess consensus preseason national player of the year. I haven't seen anybody else name anybody else. And also have the guy who was the number one recruit in his class in coming. And you know, they're two different guys. And we sort of wondered like, is that happen before? And we got a nice text from Matt pliszka, who is an SID at Pitt now, but previously was at duke. And he brought up a really good example and it's 2010, 2011, duke, which is a team he worked with because the Cal singer coming back, who was a preseason first team all American and they had Kyrie Irving in rolling. Who was obviously the subsequent number one pick in the 2011 NBA draft. I went and looked it up singler was the leading vote getter for the preseason AP all American team that season. And Kyrie was ranked second in his high school class. So it doesn't quite fit because homegrown number one in his high school class. But, you know, but if I remember correctly at CBS sports dot com, we had Harrison Barnes, preseason national player of the year and obviously preseason national freshman of the year because he was the number one recruit in the country. So that's the closest example we can come up with having Cal single coming back to school as a preseason all American first team and enrolling Kyrie Irving. But it doesn't quite match what Gonzaga has on paper right now in drew Timmy and Jed Hong Kong. Trivia time. Lay it on me. That pre season AP all American team, 2010, 2011. Oh, boy. It included. Kal singer. Okay. Jimmer for debt. Okay. Harrison Barnes. Juwan Johnson. And a big 12 player. Can you name the big club player? Man. This is too hard. I think I can do it. We're talking 2010, 2011? Yes. You got to tell me if it's Kansas or not? It's not Kansas and it's not Texas. I'll tell you in flavor. Either one of those schools. This was my first full season working with CBS. Let's see how closely you paid attention to me. You would have done. So you did this before I joined. I joined in the AP all American team. Yeah, okay. Okay. Had a beard. Here, you ready for this? Give it to me right now. I gotta put in a new. I gotta get a new audio drop for this. I'm gonna do it right now. I'm gonna get this. I'm going to get this. I'm going to throw my headphones down and you're going to close the podcast. I'm not even going to hear the rest of it. Three, two, one. Jacob pulling, give it to me. Jacob is the correct answer. A big 12 not a jayhawk not a LongHorn had a beard. Of course it's Jacob pulling, but I would not have gotten that in a million years. It was the first time I had seen or heard that name in years. When I was looking this up last night and saw the name of Jacob and it was calcium appreciating all Americans, Cal single, jimmer fredette, dewan Johnson Harrison Barnes, and yes, the bearded Kansas state wildcat. Jacob Poland. I mean, I did say it wasn't a long Lauren and wasn't a jayhawk and he had a beard. So that's what brought it to me. Yeah, that beer that Jacob pulling beard. By the way, for people who say that stuff doesn't matter, like it doesn't mean anything. Do you realize that last year, we had a preseason all American teams? And the first team, you know what it was? I can give you Jacob pulling. I can't get you last year. It was Luca Garza. I owed to sumo, Kate Cunningham, Corey kispert and Jared butler. We did pretty good job. Four of the 5 went on to be postseason, first team all Americans, and the only one that didn't was Jared butler, who was a second team all American for CBS sports and the final four, most outstanding player. So.

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"cbs" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"cbs" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"360 five, the early 8 powered by sports line is all about daily best bets and having a whole heck of a lot of fun doing it. Download and follow the early edge on Apple podcasts, Spotify, and of course, YouTube. So we've also tabulated votes for our CBS sports preseason all American teams. Let me run you through them real quick. The first team is calling to lesbian from Villanova. Johnny Zhang from UCLA. Parliament Caro from duke drew Timmy from Gonzaga and Kofi coburn from Illinois. Let's stop there. Does that replicate your ballot? I had four of those guys on my first team. I did not have Colin Gillespie. I don't have any problem with Congress to be in there. Obviously, it totally reasonable. I had Macs instead of Colin Gillespie. Doesn't match. Our CBS sports preseason all America teams was a tabulation of writers at CVS sports dot com, a few from two four 7 sports, which is in partnership with CBS sports. And then every year in the preseason, we do get a handful of input from CBS and CBS Sports Network college basketball analysts. So we really have a big old mix here. And so no, I only have three of the 5 GP. My first team ballot was Timmy ban Caro coburn, and I think those Timmy and coburn were unanimous ban care. I think was, as well. And then I had I had nothing but bigs on mine because I don't abide by I don't care. This team has never playing any other team. I don't need to start with a point guard. And you know what? I take the starting 5 against almost anyone else anyway. Because I think big Carol could run the point. Timmy Ben Caro coburn, trace Jackson Davis of Indiana, and then produced travie on Williams. So yeah, three of my 5 are big men from the Big Ten. That was mine. So you had four to 5. I had three of the 5. Yeah, and juicing is somebody who just had a remarkable run late last season. He averaged 22.8 points in the incident late tournament at 20 8 in the elite 8 against Michigan, 29 in the final four against Gonzaga. And launched himself into a place where I think you could reasonably call him a preseason national player that your candidate and a first team preseason all American, especially considering he's not just somebody who posted big numbers, but he toast to big number for a team that is now ranked second in the preseason Timmy. Like we noted, preseason national player of the year, average 19 and 7 last season for a team that was undefeated on the night of the national championship game. Led Gonzaga last season and points rebounds blocks and field goal percentage. He was terrific, coburn, 17 and 7. I mean, 17.7 points and 9.5 rebounds per game last season, big numbers. He's a monster. And then Colin Gillespie is again the other first teamer. You and I neither one voted for him, but he is, you know, a reigning biggie's player of the year who is back for a 5th season. You realize he's already played a 118 college basketball games. And now has an entire season in front of him. And could theoretically if Villanova went all the way. Yeah. He could get to a hundred and 58 career games, which would be a tie for the most played all time by a division one player. Trinity time. David leidy. Bang. You son of a. How did you know that? Come on, don't even question me on this. David lady, one of my I've mentioned this on a distant podcast in the past, one of my 20 favorite random college troopers of the past two decades. David lady. Yeah, that unfortunately, that record is going away this year, because there's going to be a lot of dudes that pass him. Charlie Morris passes David lady this year by the way. Down in Miami, fourth theme? Yeah. So you were so excited. I knew I thought I had you on that. I'm shocked. I looked it up, and I was like, this, they will never get this. Zip in your pitches right now. Tipping your pitches. There is another, there's one other player on our all American teams. Who has already played a 118 college games. That's already played that many? Yes. Buddy behind? No, it's Remy Martin. Remmy Martin, yeah, okay. I forgot he was on. Did not vote for remmy Martin. We'll get to that in a minute there. Second team is max 8 from oral Roberts, buddy beyon from Syracuse, EJ lid from Ohio State. Trace Jackson Davis from Indiana and hunter Dickinson from Michigan. A Smith is the guy I had first team. You know, there were four players who were postseason CBS sports all Americans last season that are back in college. It's true to me, Kofi coburn, hunter Dickinson and max agents. And so I wasn't gonna elevate anybody over where he was at the end of last season. Anybody who was returning to college. So that's why I ended up going a first team as opposed to Colin Gillespie who I had on the second team. A spis thing is just so interesting to me because he led the nation's scoring last season. I don't think we set.

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"cbs" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

Deck The Hallmark

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"cbs" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

"And i've never forgotten that speech And then also the scene where the old lady gets kicked out of the choir. We talk a lot lately about ted lasso and one of the things. That's so great about that show. Is this notion that kindness can be dramatic. You know that like we. We've been conditioned to think that drama is about conflict and about like people having fights and lily ponds or whatever. You know that that it's all got to be like insults and and and you know one-upmanship and all this kind of stuff but sometimes doing the right thing and being nice and compassionate somebody else can be good storytelling so the fact that this woman who has been with choir forever and it's just like not able to find a key with the map now. He takes her aside as like. He doesn't want to have to do it but he knows he has to do it. She doesn't want it to happen but she knows it has to happen and she lets them off the hook by being like you know what you need an assistant you. I need to go and make sure that these robes are updated. People don't have their music that at about like she basically like saves him from having to deliver this crushing blow to her by like volunteering to come in. Do something else and still be part of the choir. Have this place to go to and to be around these people. I think it's a lovely scene. And it's beautifully acted ruth nelson great actress. She's in robert altman's a wedding and like a million other things and houseman is such a pro houseman. Goes back to like orson welles and the mercury theatre. Yeah and then in the seventies you know. He wins an oscar. Yeah for the paper chase where he plays like stentorian stern really like you know taskmaster of a law school professor at harvard. And so in this movie you see him also kind of having that taskmaster kind of thing where he's very you know he's tough and he's demanding and he wants soup out of you but he does it in a way where it's like. I want you to give me this and you want to give me this because you giving it to me is going to mean that you are better than you were when you started this process so yeah i think there's a lot of feels here. I got A church music group feels Growing up in the church. The first time i ever Got to play with. Other musicians was at church. When i was first getting started playing guitar like thirteen fourteen and just having the freedom in the space to do that. was great and going from being really bad to being a little bit better than bad and seeing progresses and exciting thing and having that freedom to do that. is great and i really loved his speech early on about how he views music and i thought all of that was really great and so i got i got church. Music feels. Yeah i think that the amateur speech is wonderful. John houseman is great in it. But i love. I'm a sucker for a great sports movie like even a decent sports movie. That's kind of my christmas movie that courtroom dramas like those things like bring it. People automatically dan. I mean you just like mindless action. Movies like courtroom dramas like david dobkin the judge with downey junior robert duvall bring it home bringing it right now. Let's go and so the the thing that happens in these in these sports movies is the coach isn't like by the team and then at some point it flips some sort of gesture or act of some kind like in in..

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"cbs" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

Deck The Hallmark

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"cbs" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

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"cbs" Discussed on Comic Dwarves

Comic Dwarves

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"cbs" Discussed on Comic Dwarves

"But for the most part. It's that just lionheart. With overly detailed pieces it works for the most part for this book. Mike you it actually mentioned something about that to you. Talk about how sometimes because it was all black and white. You got a little lost in. did you. On the whole like the visuals do feel a little kind of difficult to look at it. Okay so maybe. I'm a little bit more simple. When it comes to reading these comics but First of all the black and white was a little different. Because i think this is the first black and white one. We did that. I can remember At least sensiti. Every issue of walking dead But the the look like the line work was unruly well it was clean sharp but Without there being that color. They're like josh easter for him. But for me. Like i may trying to make sure that i'm looking at what i need to look at to make sure the stories complete and it. Just kinda stresses me out like. I don't know if i'm missing something that i'm supposed to be looking at like. I need to be guided a little bit more. I feel like like. I'm not trying to hunt for it. I'm just trying to like see it So that one was a little bit more difficult for me just because there was a lot of detail and most pages were real intricate so I just got a little busy for me. And i don't know why but that kinda stressed me out a little bit but other than that like the character design. I appreciated the character design I like some of the liberties. Took the calvin and hobbes kinda character design. I like i like popeye. He looked crazy But yes the fact that it was black and white and just kind of like all the detail. They packed into that page. Was a little overwhelming for me. Would have favorite character redesign in this overall like one. That really stood out to them that they thought donuts great. I don't know if it's necessarily the redesign that i loved but i love the character. Popeye i was gonna say Actually loved the redesign He took him from kind of gruff sailor like this. He's like a thing in a siege straight up he's a guerilla mutant for sure. I love how he has drawn. I loved his character yet he was. He was definitely absolutely my favorite did i. I completely gig that. When i said he leaned riley next to each other again. I didn't. I didn't get huey at first as like who is supposed to be Definitely i got a love that i think..

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"cbs" Discussed on Comic Dwarves

Comic Dwarves

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"cbs" Discussed on Comic Dwarves

"That the jason really knew what he was playing off of Feel that he actually knows the peanuts because he did some pretty deep cuts in some good references within the story and he pulls him out throughout so bravo to him for doing old school comic research because he really does pull out. Some obscure references. Sometimes what about you might holy shit our own resident weapon around right no like i never. I didn't really ever read the comic books. But i did. I did Watch the holiday specials. And i thought it was cool. I didn't get the deep cuts. Maybe like josh or someone more more versed in it. But i definitely got some of the broad strokes and it was cool to see some of the characters a little bit darker reimagining. And i really liked the whole the pumpkin aspect of it The great pumpkin yet Like the cult of the great minus had gone. Yeah that was pretty cool. I like that And it just reminded me of when. I was a kid but but in a whole different lens. So that's what i was going to ask about. What i really wanna know is as the ending crescendo. Think of a a peanut scorned as a marathon unsal leading up to the confrontation with the great pumpkin. Is that a satisfying climax for you guys to finance the grant pumpkins actually a thing in just the spectacle of it. I honestly think that it was a good ending. Because it brought more grief unto charlie brown and that's always kind. What what. Charlie brown in peanuts has always been about as at the end. Charlie brown doesn't have a resolution. The town just sheds on him and basically. That's what just happened. He did this. Grandiose journey to get does red headed girl and then he gets to it and then his most hated persons. Little brothers stole that bitch. While he's banging your sister rape pumpkin explodes and kills everybody in charlie brown's left with his dog and that's all he ever had snoopy perfect ending for peanuts story bravo. Yeah i liked it. I liked that. They spent so much of the book. Making you think that lucy is the main antagonists and then turns out they throw your curve at the end and they save even worse than hers who typically has never really seen like in the comics. He's always so loved and in this like they take advantage of the of that character has always overlooked. What was he doing the whole time when everyone was overlooking how he got spiteful and was ready to you know take take out his anger at overlooked on. Everybody like the kind of look. I was right. You guys are wrong. You should have been paying attention to me aspect of it like even even when you read the comments. Watch the shows like as as an audience member of a tendency to overlook linus he can be insightful at times but then beyond that he's not he's not terribly not relevant but he. There's not a lot that happens as a result of him..

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"cbs" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

Champagne Sharks

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"cbs" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

"Even a black bank but this is simply is fantastic. All right and of course jerry. Balls admitted propaganda in power goes into this And in even robert allen's awakening capitalist america. There are many many critiques of this idea. Black capitalism is bullshit. It was something that is sort of Is a is a fantastic idea. That soul to black people opt to reproduce the system and to give this idea that capitalism is for us when it was not too long ago that we as people were capital ourselves. You know we're going to in here. But just to that point as i was thinking about you know what i was talking about earlier about. This did this range of classes within blackness which groups within that even benefit from half of these things that come out right like the who is who is a car really going to benefit. Yeah and yeah who who has credit to get these credit cards right of capital to start beat to star in sustain these businesses. And you know who you know who so. I think that all of these questions are really important. And why is it anytime. A corporation is investing in particular. You know anytime. a bank is getting behind. Black lives matter credit card. I think we're in trouble. Because banks are in the money make is and you know and so that is a. I think we need to think twice about that and up so that's good. Yeah you know exactly. And so you know we. This is not lack capitalism maintenance. So i think that that's the moral of the story on black. Capitalism is failed essentially failed capitalism. And that's a that's where we're going to an-another sounds kind of you know morbid. Nice poeple note. Though we end on organi organize joint organizations and less you know less this world put put into place a better world that is built on black liberation socialists. Another world is possible. It's like a put on twitter. These dead prez lyrics Would you rather have. What does it man. I lost it now. Would you rather have a dream or some substance. A beamer a necklace or freedom. Right what is it that you really want. We want these material things or do we want liberation. Because i'll be honest with you. Most of us aren't going to do with material anyway in even if we do we're still going to be suffering so all about that liberation. Thanks so much dr. Cbs cherise burdens. Steady you are amazing. I loved that. You broke things down for us i know. I'm the most scholarly personal nurse. And you definitely helped me to understand. And i always will appreciate you for that. Thank you for those kind words and thank you for having me on again. You're definitely appreciate your patience as we try to follow along day care take care. Enjoy your super bowl sunday. We'll talk to you soon. Thank.

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"cbs" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

Champagne Sharks

12:02 min | 1 year ago

"cbs" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

"Exchange which ultimately for him is bound up in imperialism as constituents of the of the capitalist system not necessarily the highest stage of capitalism in the ways in which these relations of domination that emanate from the necessity of a foreign exchange result. One result of that is like racial antagonism or racialism in that an ask such the way in which racial antagonism can be overcome is not only through the collapsing of the capitalist system. In so for me. I think that cox a cox also has. I don't talk about it much. In this article he also has a particular critique of marx And the labor theory of value and he also is critical of this idea of class struggle And you know clash trouble. In those sort of orthodox marxism since as the means of the transition from capitalism to socialism. In so for me. I think that cox grapples with questions of imperialism racial antagonism and the the nature of the world systemic nature of capitalism in ways our informative to my own understanding. And so he just happens he happens to be sort of whereas others will focus on adam smith for understanding capitalism or or you know canes or or karl marx Cox's like that the foundational sort of theories of capitalism for me because he brings together a lot of the dynamics that i'm interested in that i think are important understanding Our current structural material conditions. Is it less is the last question. I had is buddha question in a statement slash observation. I is observation. I really liked the sentence anti-black blackness and anti radicalism function as legitimating architecture of modern. You raise a us racial capitalism. I think that is a wonderful. Turn a phrase that really drives home. I just. I just like that pros. I just wanted to compliment you on it. It's not really a question question that i had. This was something. I did not understand. And i don't i don't think is your. I just think it's a lot going on. And they just explode in my brain. What does it mean anti blackness. Dusk conceals the inherent contradiction of blackness. Value took up today minus worth of scarring and distorting structural location. Contorno into only debilitated condition. Like i felt like. I would need a day just so impact that that sentence okay. It basically means that we're told or we're made to feel like blackness shit right. Black people are lazy. Abject weighing on oh daddy's we don't know how to act allowed Reporter ghetto right. That's how we that is how blackness is constructed in the context of the united state. Me it it makes us seem as blackness is simply worthless but in fact blackness capacious category from that starts a lot of economic funk right so you know one labor exploits labor super exploitation One is is expropriation. one is be absorption of the risks of capital so so for example. If you look at redlining right redlining serves a very very racialized function. On the one hand it's way of the valuation of white. Oh if white folks live somewhere in black folks move in. The property value goes down right at the same time. Black people When they live in these red line areas bayton. More value was extracted from ben because they pay more for rent right because they have to travel further for things like grocery stores And they have. They have less access a ross. What's more expensive. There's more value to be. That is extracted from black people. And it's insurance companies real real tours in even the us government that are invested in this project of basically charging blacks more that to day from a strategy more value from black people on the one hand and maintaining this by making it sort of a motive devaluation to live around them. If you're white that's economic function that blackness. Sarah so it's very very valuable but we can't but we have the ways in which you you are able to sort of expect black people in this way or expropriate by people in this way is by painting them as worthless or painting them as criminal on all of these negative pejorative things about them. Because then it's okay right bat you you do all this shit to black folks right then. It becomes like okay. Well they deserve it. If because of all of this other albee's other realities about that and so this is a contradiction or what i call a irresolvable contradiction. This is a portion of value minus worth in. This is the tension if it is at that to me if it is a bad that contradiction is resolved. This will collapse. This is the sort of collapse the system asked the right. And this is why you know the the black people is genocide but it's not extermination because that having that group is exceedingly valuable even as we devalue over and over this group of black people. So that's the fattening opened my mind or my eyes up into this With that particular. Point because i never thought about the way that we're valuable to these institutions outside of just our labor or going to prison right. I didn't even consider the fact that we pay more for our groceries that we pay with a pay twice as much in gas to get to the store or we have to you know or you know we get these loans that are crappy. We end up paying more interest on credit and things like that. I like that never even like you blew my mind with that. I've never connected those dot and it's really fascinating to me because we don't even see our about us messing value as far as our value to ourselves. Because you know we've been sort of conditioned to see ourselves negatively we behave negatively like what you just said basically like we're conditioned to say well. We almost deserve this right so like for example. I work in trauma informed care. And i've been working with children and children who've been abused for about almost fifteen twenty years now one of the things you'll hear children as they think it's their fault. Oh i shouldn't have behaved. Mother wouldn't have done that. Or i was being bad or i am bad. It's like it's an internalized feels will always thought of blackie nursing their value in almost in that way i didn't even think about giving them more money by virtue of just being poor black. I didn't even yes. It's expensive to be black. Think about you know. Think about for example. You have a bank account right. You overdraw your account your twenty five or thirty five dollars by the bank. So the that's the bank charging you for being poor okay and why in it theoretically applies to everybody because the flat rate but there are groups who will never even over there will never even be in the risk of overdrawing their account right in. So that's a black tax. If you think about ferguson riot part of the part of this sort of racial logic a ferguson missouri was that they were passing out the police. Were passing out all of these fine. They were finding literally everything right or having having all of these court fees in when people cannot pay those fees they will issue warrants for their arrests and so there was all of these contacts that people were having with the police and this is a. This is a business expropriation. they're extracting money from this population. That has very little already through law right through civil policy and this is this is what i call legitimating architecture but but but it's not they're doing it in a way that is seems like mrs just how society works but the but the laws are set up. These policies are set up to tax black people especially black poor people for being black and poor period right in so A man you know the fact that you are you have this. Finding you can't pay lead to particular tight. Lisa you being criminalised right you go to jail and so then it's like well you know. Then there's this black you know there's this idea of black criminality when indeed an impact. The system is set up to criminalise black people to be poor because they're poor and they criminalize the behavior that black poor people engage so that they can extract money from an or lock them up which also another sort of economic function called this accumulation. But i'm i won't go into that so not that's actually. I mean you're really breaking down in a way that i haven't really thought about. I heard i've termed the black tax but again i didn't apply it in the day to day like you did like you know just being someone who grew up in the neighborhoods that i've grown up in. I grew up in south central my entire life right thinking about south central. La is you'll see a range. I want to say classes. The kind of but not really right. Three of the top wealthiest black neighborhoods in america are in ladera heights. View park windsor hills. The hills area on average those people make about three hundred thousand dollars a year which doesn't even compare to the view the wealthiest white communities in america right away. You can literally you know you see straight poverty housing projects fifteen minutes a fifteen minute drive. You're in you know with mini mansions and big homes and and things like that and you sort of see the sort of class differentiation. But then you also begin to see conversations around how do we. How do we build more wealth as a group right. how question one. How's that possible when you have sort of distinctions and these groups that divide themselves also You have these people who are trying to take advantage of the idea of economic independence or you know things like that for black people pushing other agendas. So for example. I don t center something around black girl magic wine which always be interesting stuff like that or the blm credit card and not hasn't been you want to talk about regards to that as well but sort of what you call it like won't catholism this kind of thing where you kind of washing capitalism where he take a strain of what superficially looks like Black radicalism in on the form of maybe representation or popular protesting and then filter in in a cooperative. Capitalism and i couldn't quite put Connection to how racial capitalism that was being described dr. cbs's article leads to a place where the radicalism and the capitalism combined to form this kind of circus that is woke capitalism. But there was there was for some reason. I just had this. Automatic association does reading the article. I was thinking about things like that. Like the black girl wind set. That comes in a box and a and a Beal credit card and and the pitch behind the credit card is like insane when you read about like how you basically get this type of radical self actualization by taking control of your finances through the blm credit card and it's supported by black owned bank so that makes it okay. Donations go to or again masters about ideology. Let me let me tell you. As a as a group black people cannot black people cannot become black capitalism is an impossibility. There are few people can make you entrepreneurs who will make money on in maybe become affluent. But if you just just look at the black the black business ownership statistics. They are abysmal. People if you don't if we don't own any colonies if we don't have empires and if we don't have slave labor we not gonna be a capitalist class period because that is the function of capitalism and that to bring it back full circle that is what racial capitalism conveys is that it's not just these these objective relations of exchange of exchange in You know consume you know. Production and consumption is not that it was it is colonialism is slavery it is rate racial based this possession Expropriation suplex way tation. These are the drivers of capitalism of racial capitalism right. and if you don't have access to those processes if you don't have the monopoly on state violence it is not going to happen. It'll happen for a few individuals and this is why those few individuals are invested in this mayor of a black or a of black capitalism or contract with black america or whatever or.

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"cbs" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

Champagne Sharks

08:35 min | 1 year ago

"cbs" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

"That's correct right. I think that we do. We have conversations all the time. But we don't necessarily you. We don't have conversations in a way in. Maybe the you know academic language or whatever so. I think that we do have a class. A latent class analysis. But we don't necessarily have class consciousness or class solidarity in particular ways. But certainly i think there is a way in which especially like ninety sitcoms we would see in it and we see even in politics and stuff we see you know black people black people doing well as an objective in. Don't really critically interrogate with actually What's actually going on and how that might relate or not relate to what's happening for example the nineteen eighties is. this is reaganomics. This is the rollback of the welfare state. This is win. The gains that were made in the sixties and seventies in in The standard of living for black folks is being rolled back missing contradistinction to the rise of like a different world on the show right or the cosby show or these other shows that are showing affluent orwell out black folks so there's just a disjuncture between what's being represented almond what's actually happening on the ground. I think also what is happening is. It's not just a classes and being discussed in those old shows. I think to a degree class is discussed. Sometimes but even when it is there's no addressing of the macro. So i think they had things like good times or other things where Black people were poor and suffering but it was kind of does not a real lens given as to why are they poor and suffering. Is this a kind of general malays and oppression. Yeah it's kind of a given and also you get a sense. Sometimes there's a general thing out. There called racism and it's hanging in the air and it's adding extra level to the poverty. But you don't really get an idea of really. How does it really work. How is it making people poor or keeping them poor of every now and then there's a micro aggression or something or a job you don't get you know but there's not a real big big picture class analysis or or consciousness almost like it's still individualistic. Like you know what i mean like. How those sort of american individualistic perspective is about you pulling yourself up. Sort of perspective So yeah that's a really good point. What i think that we need to distinguish between the descriptive and analytical. Right to describe something different than to analyze something so what you're talking about is like the impoverishment is being represented right the working class nature is being represented. But it's not there's no so what is the what but not the so. What and this is the analysis in so these shows are not providing as you're saying like a way to understand why how these things came to be why it is that you know how these families are poor living in high rises or whatever or conversely the relationship between the families that are well off affluent the bosses in the managers in those who Who are their workers in. These are in all black people right so there's all of these different types of of relationships that we see in different shows for example. Like you know family matters or martin or whatever and it's not even just t television shows there is there's also music at and other forms of representation and think of broader question is like to what end to. What end are we having these. Forms of entertainment Are they to reproduce propaganda. Like as you were saying that if you just work hard enough if you pull yourself up by your bootstraps then you'll make it or is it are these shows shining us actual spotlight on. Us society that day no matter you know. Many many people work very hard right. Many people work hard their whole lives. And that's not why some people are rich is some people are poor. The impoverishment and the ghettoisation and the oppression of black folks is not a sort of moral or ethical failure but when we only see drug dealer or drug addicts and drug dealers representative when we only see you know. Gangster is an all these things represented than we come to understand that that is the reason why black people are. Poor and press is because of their moral and ethical failures become because of their culture of poverty. Because they're they're underclass moore's as opposed to looking at the broader structures. I'm old enough to remember the original discourse around the cosby show and sutton very interesting was that was a kind of straw man that used to be Loud that people complain about the cosby show. Where and this drama and went across liberal in conservative circles. I think it was just basically Any kind of black excellence of the era type of circles. We kind of say. Oh you're so defeat is that you don't believe Wealthy black people exists or your so you so internalize like you know. Idea of giving up or or idea of white supremacy that you Feel like people back would be successful as Not accurate and my family is has black doctors or a problem with your imagination or your acceptance of self defeat like you know you're you're not you're not accepting that people can win but what the actual articles were saying was that it wasn't property contextualising Black wealth like the idea like it was kind of implicitly saying that Blackwood is just there for the taking. And if you don't take it because you're not following the respectable the of the Of the cosby. There was no like you said contextualising of Why are they allowed to be successful while other black people who might work hard or wants to do things don't make it like what is the context of their success. And how does it relate to back people and that was like the real criticism of the of the of the time that It was kind of acting like the struggle was over. We made it to the mountain top We one thing was a very popular. Civil rights boomer generation narrative that we got everything the white man that we asked for. And now it's on us to take what You know they lived up to their end of the bargains up to us to take take advantage. I think it's very interesting that even the people who are kind of defending the cosby show really properly properly phrased there. Critics are criticism to begin with a lot of it was very strong oriented. I think i think the other thing to understand is like the rise of that sort of liberal liberal or Even some of that is a little bit particular types of black nationalist. Conservative bike massimo's discourse. A lot of that arose at a moment. Win the laugh right. The black left and black internationalist forces were extremely beleaguered right. So in quantel prime the nineteen sixties before that we had rabbit anti-communism Back created the conditions. In fact for Help grow and the way that the black radical leftist socialist internationalist pan-africanist forces were to extreme violence and repression. Mrs not to say that. They were disciplined out entirely. Because we still have where example the anti-apartheid movement. That's that is booming in the nineteen eighties without a lot of those of races. That were arguing for that. Had a strong class analysis and that were very very critical of the black ruling elite and warned in fact against the ways in which the black elected officials b. e. o.'s. Right the black political class. might be co opted into the system in ways that was not beneficial to the overwhelming majority of worke oppressed import people. Those were the people who are thrown in jail. Who were deport deported. were murdered. Who were exiled. Or who are otherwise marginalize up in so what one out in what was funded in what was pushed. Forth is the very narratives that you're talking about right in. So we also need to understand the role of the disciplining and repression of black radicalism on the one hand. Also the really intentional. And and strong cooperation of other four of other black forces that then leads to the rise of these narratives of all these the sort of very americanised narratives of you know work car. Pull your pants up You know those those sorts of things that are conveyed through particular types of of Sitcoms.

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"Even a black bank but this is simply is fantastic. All right and of course jerry. Balls admitted propaganda in power goes into this And in even robert allen's awakening capitalist america. There are many many critiques of this idea. Black capitalism is bullshit. It was something that is sort of Is a is a fantastic idea. That soul to black people opt to reproduce the system and to give this idea that capitalism is for us when it was not too long ago that we as people were capital ourselves. You know we're going to in here. But just to that point as i was thinking about you know what i was talking about earlier about. This did this range of classes within blackness which groups within that even benefit from half of these things that come out right like the who is who is a car really going to benefit. Yeah and yeah who who has credit to get these credit cards right of capital to start beat to star in sustain these businesses. And you know who you know who so. I think that all of these questions are really important. And why is it anytime. A corporation is investing in particular. You know anytime. a bank is getting behind. Black lives matter credit card. I think we're in trouble. Because banks are in the money make is and you know and so that is a. I think we need to think twice about that and up so that's good. Yeah you know exactly and so you know we. This is not lack capitalism. So i think that that's the moral of the story on black. Capitalism is failed essentially failed capitalism. And that's a that's where we're going to an-another sounds kind of you know morbid. Nice poeple note. Though we end on organi organize joint organizations and less you know less this world put put into place a better world that is built on black liberation socialists. Another world is possible. It's like a put on twitter. These dead prez lyrics Would you rather have. What does it man. I lost it now. Would you rather have a dream or some substance. A beamer a necklace or freedom. Right what is it that you really want. We want these material things or do we want liberation. Because i'll be honest with you. Most of us aren't going to do with material anyway in even if we do we're still going to be suffering so all about that liberation. Thanks so much dr. Cbs cherise burdens. Steady you are amazing. I loved that. You broke things down for us i know. I'm the most scholarly personal nurse. And you definitely helped me to understand. And i always will appreciate you for that. Thank you for those kind words and thank you for having me on again. Definitely appreciate your patience as we try to follow along day care take care. Enjoy your super bowl sunday. We'll talk to you soon. Thank.

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"That's that's what i to be his thesis and i and i was from your article. It seems to show that there are some people like row. Fan sing hall. Who are were t speaking back to marks and called them As you put in this article a misguided reading is point of departure as misguided reading of marx coupled with a masculine est theoretical tradition that draws upon lists of african culture so last their critique of robin last that ralph and singapore are living critique of robins air slow bayfield misunderstood and mis rab marxism which i.

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"I understand this correctly but what you describe about the beleaguered black radicals and and left this in america by the time. It got to the eighties. Something similarly happened internationally as well. Right where I believe pan-africanism had was building up at kind of like a peek in on the continent and in the caribbean. And you know those same forces you describe happening here in america. We're kind of happening internationally to where people were anyone who was of preaching radicalism or socialism on on the continent during the Caribbean was getting wiped out. People like number or a marginalized or repress than you know people were being put in that fit in image usually put in by western powers that put an image that focused on you know capitalism and playing the game internationally as the way for to move forward. And what do you call it. An over simplification is that to gleyber parallel lor. Yes so before vida. It sounded like you wanted to happen. Maybe on the last conversation. And then i can answer was asked. Oh yeah because i was just thinking about just in my mind i was thinking more so around idea of everything being sort these conversations being constructed 'cause i'm a strong believer that nothing's an accident. Media is so that's just going to go further into that because it's never an accident when you start to have A mass perspective across the board in various programs in various tv shows and various even in music commercials. You know. it's sort of represent like doing the representation diversity thing. I never think those things are an accident right. This is not an accident that all these companies all at the same time advertisers the same way towards black people. Latin accident that all these tv shows are now pushing. The sort of other perspective around merit was around blackness. Especially where i like they marginalize radical perspective like a show a different world. I've seen multiple episodes where there was a quote unquote radical perspective in the ends up being marginalized or considered to extreme. So when it comes outside of that our influence perspective is coming. I'm sorry are perspective is off of that influence which is okay. That's someone being extreme. they're not fitting in line with the you know. Pull about the boot straps. You can just go to college. Change your community from doing that. So i was gonna say. Yeah so just actually bring both of your points together in terms of email the the role of the media or the role of like idea basically ideology on the one hand and then the sort of parallels between repression domestically Repression abroad. I think these things are very very late right. These are looking at what's happening In the nineteen eighty in you know so basically the nineteen sixties and nineteen early nineteen seventies or a moment of profound zm. because there is decolonization. Happening there is a nineteen sixty. Eight is known as a year of world revolution whether it's all strikes. All of these protests around race gender labor Decolonization things are coming together. And there's really this feeling about another world is possible at at it during this time we have something called the new international economic order whereby the group of seventy seven which is the sort of the developing or the third world countries. Come together and really push the united nations to have a fundamental redistribution of wealth and resources to overcome these relations of underdevelopment and dependency that are the product of centuries of colonialism and imperialism And of course the west. They haven't asked shit in so we see these parallel movements. There's sort of ideological offensive right. Which is really pushing. This idea of That capitalism can work if you if you work hard enough if you if you don't rely on the government you know if you if you Adopts the right attitude all of these sorts of things and this is happening both domestically and abroad because the other thing that's happening by the nineteen eighties is something called structural adjustment programs. And this is where the united states at the washington consensus the world. Bank imf are disappointing. These these new Independent countries through By having them sort of disinvest from their their strong Planned economies having them privatize up their markets because of Because of the high debt load they hate had taken on Shortly after independence in order to be able to take to take care of their populations to build up the state etc. And so so. You have a rollback of the welfare state in places like the united states in the uk other hand on the one hand and then you have the imposition of structural adjustment programs on the other hand which has catastrophic economic consequences in all of this needs to be rationalized. All of this needs to be legitimated and this is the role of ideology in so you. Have you know this idea. You start to have like this idea of the welfare queen you start to have this idea of these lazy blacks who are relying on a state instead of working hard in lifting themselves up if so then in so what what these representations in entertainment of people who are black people who are Successful in the. You also have have at moment more black people who are. Ceo's who are moving into the upper echelons of management in in corporate america. They become the models. Right it's like see. Look they did it. You can do it too. If you don't do it you're lazy you don't work hard etcetera etcetera. Likewise what's happening. In the global south is that countries who had who are socialist oriented or who are non aligned or who have a large sort of state sector who are trying to invest money in lifting their populations. They're also considered to be deviant because are not following the path of the west right. They're not. They're not adopting the right attitude in terms of what they should be doing. Which is which is opening opening up their markets which is lowering tariffs so that You know so that goods global goods can be more competitive but what that does is undermines industries in their own countries. So all of this has to do with like what is the. What is the way that want is recognized as legitimate. Or what is the way that in which people are recognized as good citizens whether it be citizen in your country citizen of the world. And of course the impose model is a western model is the capitalist model in so any deviation from that becomes discredited it becomes attacked if we tax for example in the united states with the rise of the prison industrial complex which is very much Related to the disciplining of these black radicals who You who are pushing back against the state does that's a large portion of who's thrown in jail. We see the disciplining globally with structural adjustment in with Increased us militarism and aggression. So for me right. We have to look at capitalism as a global system we have to always be thinking about how discourses of racial is asian result in particular material processes like invasion on the one hand or mass incarceration on the other that are usually reserved for countries. Where for for black and brown peoples quite frankly and so That is how the sort of answered both of those questions together and just think about the role of racial capitalism as a as a framework more. We actually kind of bring something else in my mind especially when you're talking about a global perspective because i was thinking about like at the same time that the cracked epidemic is happening in the eighties. Also same time. We're seeing these civil wars and central america and like for example in la. We have is huge flood of salvadorans that comes to l. a. m. eighties and early nineties. But now but when we're watching tv we're watching these conversations. You never see those stories linked right. Why were there wars in central america. What did they have to do with the drug trade. And how were these drugs ending up in our communities back when i feel like we're watching conversations especially around immigration or documented people coming here. It doesn't there's like it's like completely void of that. It's like almost like like like they're completely separate. Things in one has no connection to the other even though when people come here especially in places like la there in communities that are predominantly.

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"Honestly home against government. That's what i meant. Sycophant bill's cameras on the money. And the funniest shit. What politicians together was the case. The only tory rebel up. You're listening to champagne sharks. I am the star on this episode of champagne. Sharks we are speaking with dr cherise breath. Steady aka dr cbs. She is currently an assistant. Professor of african studies of political science at carleton college. She scholar of political theory political economy and intellectual history. She's also co author of. Wb the boys alive. In american history with dr gerald horne and her published work appears in journals including small acts souls. Two boys review socialism and democracy international journal of african studies and the large james journal. She will be speaking to us about capitalism and racial capitalism in west. That means how does that impact black people. How does that affect us. What is it that we even understand about it. How are we influenced in our perspectives about capitalism and about our own circumstances and beyond that. So we're gonna get into all that and much more right after this bullets those. Hey how's it goin' champagne sharks. Hope everyone's doing well just wanted to Do some house cleaning and let people know. Go to champagne sharks dot com and you'll get access to all the links related to champagne sharks so instead of asking guys with the youtube is located where the patriots located where the merchandise is located. You can go there and find it all and find where we are social media our products all that stuff also in addition to the existing patriot john benefits which includes discord server. Book club night movie night. Discussions show notes the newsletter and most importantly bonus episodes were also giving people invites to the new voice social media networking club clubhouse so now closed off. It's in beta testing a yet to be a iphone member. But if you join patriot. 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Because i know i have a bazillion things that i am trying to understand breakdown because i see so many conversations around capitalism and race and brassy conference round black wealth and black excellence and i thought that you know you give us great insight into that and i know t who's also here has some things he wanted to talk about as well and you have questions about things to t- yeah questions particularly about The article is a very interesting history of the lineage and development of of this debate and the questions i had were kinda more basic about You know what. Cedric robinson was arguing versus. What he harrison might be arguing and things of that of that level but yeah a lot of questions too so I dr cvs win. We when people talk about race and capitalism and how they intersect as far as how you specifically focus on. What is your focus. So when i think about racial capitalism or when i write about it i'm essentially at some broad Kind of world historical international and kind of macro process these that constitute capitalism as a system as well as going on within nations. So what does that mean Essentially i'm thinking abou- all of the ways in which capitalist exploitation processes of racial ization in race making imperialism colonialism and warmongering come together to produce an economic system rooted in our racial hierarchy and. economic hierarchies in which the overwhelming majority of people exploited and dispossessed in very small class of ruling are at the top and of bella the persons who are represented at the bottom a large section of the population who are extremely exploited. Or what. I call super exploited are racialized people at focus on on black folks in so essentially. I'm trying to When i talked about racial capitalism. I'm looking at the ways in which these process. These of racial association or the ways in which value is ascribed to people based on race as descriptive category. The ways in which that influences Forms of capitalist exploitation and then also the ways in which capitalist exploitation or the ways in which surplus value extracted from those who sell their labor for wages how that informs or gives content to these processes of of race making or of racial station so to put it claimly it. Essentially that you can't really understand you know Economic differentiation economic inequality without understanding racism. And you can't really understand racism without understanding Structural immaterial conditions are politically economy in. So i think that when folks use racial capitalism this is they're making some variation of that argument. Some like i would argue. Robinson is more focused on the racialism or the racial dynamics and then others the more orthodox marxists who might not even use the term racial capitalism are are more focused on the economic structures would see race as what they call epoch phenomenal or race as a function of class so and then there's people people like me Others like you know All taiwo who's elazragh georgetown People like peter. James hudson and others draw on a particular archive fingers who really think about Racism racial ization and capitalism.

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