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"chris collins" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Philanthropies. Checking some of the vaccine names five scene They're all hired by the way five shares of finds her up now by 2.1%. AstraZeneca by 3/10 of 1% Madonna of 3.2% on the minus side turning negative shares of by on tech They are lower now by 6/10 of 1% again recapping equities Higher s and P up 19 game. There are 5/10 of 1%. I'm Charlie Pellet that Bloomberg Business Flat. Charlie Appreciate that update. So President Trump in his waning days, maybe not so waning. In addition to disrupting the virus relief package, he's been hard at work. Issuing a slew of pardons him on. You still got a month left. He ain't done is what they say So let's get into it, Find out exactly kind of what he's up to. And what maybe is to come. Just in sync is following it all for us that The White House. He is White House reporter Bloomberg News. And that's exactly where we find him on this Wednesday. Hey, Justin, Nice to have you here with that Tim and myself. So here they come. My understanding that there's some kind of excel spreadsheet. About all of this. First of all, just generally, were you surprised Well, but that's um name's trickled out last night or not necessarily on. Not necessarily. We had heard that the president had wanted Tonto do some of the pardons, and we're expecting more and more pardons as we get closer and closer to the end of his presidency, And that's something that Has happened with every president dating back to George Washington. But, hey, I'd want to do some of those before the Christmas holiday. I think what was more surprising was the names that were involved and There are a couple buckets that I think made people kind of stick their heads up. One was a group of three former Republican congressman All of whom had been convicted of various financial crimes. And you know, the White House didn't even necessarily provide justification for why the president felt like they should get out of their prison sentences beyond the fact that they were were former lawmakers. Uh, another group that was kind of interesting was four. For former employees of Blackwater who were involved in this, um shooting of civilians and traffic circle and Baghdad back, and I think 2007 Uh, with a huge international incident caused a bunch of diplomatic problems, and they were convicted in the US of a number of crimes like manslaughter and murder, and the president went ahead and Uh, freedom of all of them. Then there was a couple former campaign aides or allies of this campaign, who had been convicted of wine assed part of the Mueller probe and Despite having admitted to the FBI that they misled them about their statements. You know, the White House went ahead and pushed them out. I think I was Kind of struck by the similarities between Chris Collins and Duncan Hunter, the Republican two of the Republican congressman who Trump pardoned yesterday. They weren't just, you know, serving not serving yet, but they weren't just hadn't just been convicted or pleaded guilty to these financial crimes. But at the same time, they were among the earliest supporters of President Trump. And I wonder, Justin, how much loyalty Could be read into here. Yeah, I mean, you know, this is something that President Trump has shown with his pardons and commutations throughout his time in the presidency. You know Joe Arpaio's Ah, the sheriff and a Maricopa County, Arizona. Early support of the president was pardoned pretty early in this term. But you know Collins is sort of a great example. He's somebody who was literally at the White House. When he committed this crime. He was even video emailed information about a drug trial. Hops on the phone. Call the son tell them to sell shares with that infer that inside information saving this family over half a million dollars, and so it really served the kind of underscore the fact that you know, President Trump hasn't been tried out the fact that he's going toe Pardon and protect his political allies. And I think that feeds the question you asked earlier, which is whether we expect more of these to come. They're certainly more allies of President Trump, who Potentially could ask for and receive a pardon presidential pardons. As we know Justin are normal. President Trump's that less So is it fair to make that assessment? He well, I would say this normally, when presidents do sort of politically motivated pardons. It's at the very end of their terms. So you know, you think about Bill Clinton and the parting Democratic donors pardoning his brother, Uh, those sorts of unique things. That's something that the president Trump has really done throughout the entirety of this term. And so he has been less bashful about doing it. I will say that that in this group of pardons there were sort of ordinary people that were highlighted by Alice Johnson. She was she was the woman who Kim Kardashian actually did the White House on on a nonviolent drug charge. And so there was a group of sort of More normal pardons in this in this announcement. Listen, Justin, Thank you so much, And we should all check out your story of Bloomberg dot com. Justine sink of a Bloomberg News Alright, Auntie Lines over to you. Thanks. Carol. President.
"chris collins" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Restrictions and their counties. DIA level rap. Polk County is also applied for the program. President Trump threw a wrench in the cove in 19 relief package by asking Congress to add more stimulus money. And he could exercise what's called a pocket veto, meaning he's holding the bill in his pocket and refusing to return it to Capitol Hill before the exploration of the 116th Congress, making it impossible for Congress to hold a veto override. So unless Congress sends him the bill today he could utilize this option. Katherine Folders. ABC News Washington president doesn't sign the deal. The government will run out of money and five days so even if Congress has the votes told The right of veto. Lawmakers are up against a tight deadline to negotiate a new deal president has been busy with pardons issuing 20 this week. The list includes three convicted former Republican congressman including the very first member of the House and Senate who endorsed his presidency. Chris Collins, former congressman from New York, had to resign in disgrace. You know. Charged with insider trading and convicted of insider trading at ABC is Jonathan Karl, four U. S military contractors who were convicted of killing 14 unarmed Iraqi civilians back in 2007 or also pardoned. And many more are expected in the weeks before Trump leaves office. Ever. Nuggets tip off A new embassies in tonight at home against Sacramento last season, advanced to the Western Conference championships. Erie's before falling to the eventual champion. L A Lakers GM Tim Conley definitely feels they're ready to compete for an MBA crown. If you're gonna be home quick playoff team, I think you have reason to have a real chance of aspirations, and we've shown we've been able to do that last couple of years before tonight's game is at seven and Paul Arena. See you. Boss. Head coach Karl Dorrell has been named the Pac 12, coach of the Year. Athletic director. Rich George says the job the coach has done has been nothing short of amazing. Think about it. I mean, Carl started around March 1st in the pandemic hit March 10th. He didn't have spring practice. He wasn't able to be around him in person until they got on the practice field and so to be able to build that culture really says a lot about him and his staff and our student athletes. That's Rick George on Logan Lewis yesterday draw let the bus to a 41 record on the season, earning a trip to the Valero Alamo Bowl against Texas. Our next news updates at 10 30, I'm Chuck Clark on K Away. NewsRadio, 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 FM. Today. Hundreds of Millwood employees of differing abilities are on the front lines to stop the spread of the Corona virus by providing cleaning services to more than 60 federal agencies and military sites in D. C. Maryland and Virginia as a nonprofit organization. And.
Trump pardons 15, including people convicted in Mueller probe
"Much, sir. Good morning, President Donald Trump issued a slew of pardons yesterday, including for two people convicted as part of former special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe and for two former Republican congressman convicted Of a range of financial crimes. Trump pardon former campaign aide George Papadopoulos, who was convicted of lying to the FBI, Trump also pardoned former representatives Duncan Hunter and Chris Collins of New York. Loyola Law School professor Jessica Levinson says This is a breathtaking list. The pardons that President Trump issued here really have nothing to do with the national interest or with trying to fulfill justice. They have to do with President Trump's personal proposals and personal game. Trump also pardoned four men who worked as security guards for Blackwater and had been convicted in relation to the
Trump pardons political allies convicted of Federal crimes.
"Baghdad on tuesday nights trump also posted a deranged thirteen minute video to facebook and twitter making his full case for subverting the election and claiming it is his duty to ensure the election was fair insisting he won by a landslide and presenting c. t. v. that he claims was evidence to prove his victory in reality. All of his claims have been debunked including by the supreme court on two occasions. Critics expressed concern for trump's deteriorating mental health and his inability to accept his election loss one. It's not unusual for presidents to grant clemency on their way out the door trump also commuted the sentences of five others on tuesday. Trump has made clear that he has no qualms about intervening in the cases of friends and allies whom he believes have been unfairly treated even those who have pleaded guilty to their crimes the pardons included former republican. Representative duncan hunter of california and chris collins of new york trump also commuted. The sentence of former representative steve stockman of texas and pardon. The current state representative phil lyman of utah. Who led an atv. Protest through restrictive native. Land's call ins the first member of congress to endorsed trump to be president was sentenced to two years and two months in federal prison after admitting he helped he son and others dodge eight hundred thousand dollars in stock market losses when he learned that a drug trial by a small pharmaceutical company had failed onto was sentenced to eleven months in prison after pleading guilty to stealing campaign funds and spending the money on everything from outings with friends to his daughter's birthday party in the group announced tuesday nights with four form. A government contract is convicted in two thousand seven massacre in baghdad. That left more than a dozen iraqi civilians dead and caused an international uproar over the use of private security guards in a war zone. The pardons reflected trump's apparent willingness to give the benefit of doubt to american service and contract is when it comes to acts of violence in war zones against civilians trump also announced pardons for allies in sned in the russia investigation. One was for george papadopoulos. He's two thousand sixteen campaign advisor whose conversation unwittingly helped trigger the russia investigation that shadowed trump's presidency for nearly two years. He also pardoned alexander's swan. A dutch loya. Who was sentenced to thirty days in prison for lying to investigators during special counsel robert mueller's investigation president-elect joe biden on tuesday assailed the trump administration for failing to fortify the nation's cyber defences and called on president donald trump to publicly identify the perpetrator of a massive breach of us government agencies. A hack some of trump's top allies have blamed on russia france relaxed its corona virus related ban on trucks from britain on tuesday after a two day standoff that had stranded through of drivers and raised fears of christmas time food shortages in the
Trump grants full pardon to Russia probe figure George Papadopoulos
"Granting 15 pardons. This includes full pardons to two men who were convicted in the Mueller investigation. George Papadopoulos and Alex Vander is one tough. A novelist pleaded guilty and 2017 is is lying lying to to FBI FBI agents agents while while vendors vendors want want pleaded pleaded guilty guilty and and 28 28 scenes scenes a a lying lying to to invent invent Stew. Stew. Gators Gators from from the the special special counsel's counsel's office office also also pardoned pardoned former former GOP GOP congressman congressman Duncan Duncan Hunter and Chris Collins, both convicted on corruption related charges. I asked Kyle Cheney, congressional reporter for Politico if President Trump pardoning Papadopoulos and Vandals. Juan is rebuke of the Mueller. Russia investigation question. I mean, we saw him pardon Mike Flynn a couple of weeks ago, which was sort of part of that long running effort. He's also commuted the sentence of Roger Stone, his longtime ally. Both of those men were caught. Up in the Mueller investigation and convicted or pleaded guilty. And in this case, you know Evander's Juan is sort of a bit player. But Papadopoulos is very interesting because he was the whole basis for the origin of the investigation. His interactions with the Russia linked figure led the FBI to probe the Trump campaign first place. So this is really the origin story of the Mueller probe and Trump pardoning him is really a shot at its existence in the first place. Other convictions of Duncan Hunter and Chris Collins essentially centered around corruption that they were convicted on. Why do you think the president chose toe? Pardon these two former congressman? This is pure, rewarding political loyalty here. I mean, Chris Collins was the first member of Congress to endorse President Trump and his 2015 2016 campaign. Hunter with the second, So it's pretty clear political payback here for loyalists and you know, doing in the lame duck when it would have been politically explosive to do it earlier. It's sort of a tried and true thing and other presidencies. But clearly what happened here, Kyle, I know that many of the president's supporters defend these decisions He's making by saying he's used the pardon less often than many other presidents. I guess that is true. But are you expecting Morva? Four? Mr Trump leaves office. I would anticipate it. I think it is fair to say he's used it less often, but he's used it more to three or or he let off the hook. People who are closely allied with him, like very deeply connected with him personally. In terms of politics. And yes, there are others out there that have not been issued People like Paul Manafort, Steve Bannon and others that we had on our watch list for a while now, so I would expect this is not the final round of the That's politico Congressional reporter Kyle Cheney. 10 13. NOW
Trump pardons 15, including Republican allies
"President trump is issued pardons to fifteen people including three former congressman and some Republicans allies among those pardoned former New York congressman Chris Collins who was snared in an insider trading investigation California's Duncan hunter who use campaign funds for personal luxuries and he commuted the sentence for Texas congressman Steve stockman a conservative convicted of corruption and the misuse of charity funds for former Blackwater security contractors convicted in a two thousand seven massacre in Baghdad have been pardoned and president trump also issued a pardon for George Papadopoulos he's twenty sixteen campaign adviser who unwittingly triggered the Russia investigation and attorney Alex vendors one accused of lying in the special counsel's investigation last month president trump pardoned former national security adviser Michael Flynn and trump's longtime friend Roger stone also implicated in the Russia probe Jackie Quinn Washington
Trump issues flurry of pardons, commutations
"It isn't uncommon for a president to issue pardons and commutations in his final weeks in office. President Trump has yet to concede the election. But this evening, he issued a flurry of them. They include several people who were indicted in connection with the Russia investigation, including former aide George Papadopoulos, who had said publicly he would be honored to receive a pardon. ABC is Aaron, Qatar. Ski has more on another Dutch attorney at Expanders. One was the first person imprisoned in connection with special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation. He served a 30 Day sentence for lying. He pleaded guilty to making a false statement about his involvement with the report requested by the government of Ukraine, prepared by Skadden Arps law firm where he worked. Two former members of Congress who were convicted of financial crimes were also granted pardons California's Duncan Hunter. And New York's Chris Collins. There's no word at this point. If this is going to be the final group of Pardons and commutations, Mr Trump plans to
"chris collins" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Chief is a registered trademark. The president pardoning 15 people. I will tell you about that in the second. But Trump also said that he doesn't want to sign the stimulus deal. That his staff said he would sign He's demanding now that the stimulus checks be raised from $600 to $2000, and he claims that he could stay in office. Even though Joe Biden won the election, Trump granted a full pardon to George Papadopoulos. Papadopoulos, the former campaign aide who pleaded guilty as part of the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election. The president also pardoning former New York Republican congressman Chris Collins. Here's a B C's Aaron Khutor ski. Former congressman Chris Collins was the first sitting member of Congress to endorse Donald Trump in 2016. His career representing Western New York ended with an insider trading indictment and a two year prison sentence handed down by a judge in Manhattan, who said Collins had a higher obligation to obey the law, given his elected position. Collins cop to his crime and said his name would always come with an asterisk Trump. In addition to Chris Collins, pardon two other former Republican members of Congress, former representative Duncan Hunter off California. He pleaded guilty a year ago to a single count of conspiring to convert campaign money to personal use. Trump also pardoned former Republican Congressman Steve Stockman of Texas. He was convicted in 2018 of Misuse off Charitable funds. Washington Post in New York Times reporting tonight that the Trump Administration and Fizer are close to a deal for the drug company to provide tens of millions of additional vaccine doses. Through next spring and summer WLS news time. 6 34 Checking traffic.
Judge rejects attempt to block nearly 127,000 drive-thru votes in Texas
"Federal judge's thrown out a suit trying to invalidate 127,000 votes cast through drive in polling centers set up during the pandemic. Harris County Clerk Chris Collins says the suit was an attempt to suppress the vote. And so their motive is not to win. Their motive is to delay. Their motive is to confuse their motive is ultimately To reduce the odds that folks are going to have to exercise their constitutional right to vote, the judge ruled. The plaintiffs, including the former GOP chairman in Harris County, had no standing to bring the suit.
"chris collins" Discussed on KTOK
"White man ain't on wearing facemasks on clipping has left rules on wearing generally speaking Irving has closed. Overcrowded beaches where you America is listening took covers. News shooting sports example. It's sunny and 72 degrees in Southern California. There's never time fucks their America watching. Make sure we're investigating struck to America like life. People were ever on radio trending the stories you need any touched. But online and there's a house reputation America much much psychologist by the name of Jordan Peterson from the news networks Torino, I noticed that the Democratic governor escapism, whatever human condition, their solution that we're more like the government is not pretty at all. Look, I understand that the state opposes got overwhelmed of 36 million people. It's a large get to see you strain, even listening, goingto fucks, and I'm not sure about the Fox News from five until seven on NewsRadio. President Trump calls for Schools to Reopen this Jordan top celebratory arranging our long interview with Chris Collins boxes, David Spot report also watched. Okay. Kind of most.
"chris collins" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast
"That's not good because then you don't get an automatic bid to the German and Horizon Lakes had baseball teams for quite some time. Now and I mean seven is GonNa be weird because you can't really have you know home and home series of all at least when Cleveland State was in. But I'm sorry that's not the point but it'll be non it'll be nice to have a close fo and Fort Wayne and you know it won't be as close as Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati but hey it's it is a nice addition logistically. It's right in the middle of all the schools. I mean it's right there. I'll be honest with you. The rising linguists looking forbids one of the bids came from Fort Wayne For the men's and women's basketball tournament after it was decided they would not go back to. Detroit and you look at logistically. It's It's right there in the Middle. You know pretty much all schools Location wise. So it'll be a right. It'll be interesting to see how they is in even in basketball How they're able to Make the schedule. Because you have an odd number of teams now and you would have eleven teams Both women's and men's basketball. So you're playing. You know ten other teams twice so from what I understand. It will be at Twenty Game League schedule. You know next year which means sweat to less games on the in the non conference season. Which I that's debatable. Lee Lot. Some coaches say. They're okay with it and some don't like it Next year also The Summit League and Horizon League challenge or whatever. They're calling it Where you'll play a game against the team from the Summit League you know so there's you know there's already another game you know taken up between the two between the two weeks. I mean that's pretty cool but the travel on that for some of the Horizon League teams that have to go west. I mean your closest photos Mental Noise and Yeah I think southern Utah still in the summit Not Sure There have been some changes over the years. Scores Fort Wayne is leaving the summit league. But if you look at matchups you would think right now because of the relationship. That coach Nagy had South Dakota state. Who was in the parentally every year? Now is the right up there at the top of the League Would they match up South Dakota State Rights State and also Coming to the League next year in the Summit League is Kansas City. Where former state head coach? Billy Donlon is they head coach now. So they'll they'll be leaving The Western Athletic Conference. I believe is where they're now moving back to the summit. That'd be pretty interesting match up to because coach. Donlan you know his biggest bread and butter calling the defense and you could clear the seat on the court. Yeah that's true that's true so it'll be interesting to see what they do you know as far as scheduling concern next year. You know and how it's going to affect the nonleague schedule because that's really important in terms of which you talked about now use the nets To be able to rank these teams. You know come tournaments on. This is a question now left field but if you had the power to add a twelfth team and the Horizon League to make it even who you inviting and why. Oh man you're right that is feel that sound. That sounds the bleachers -ly. I Hey know there's so I mean that's good I mean there's so much involved know teams being able to leave leagues. You know what their needs are which sports they have traveled. Schedules going to be concerned. But you know if you just had to ask me you know right off the top you know because I like the way. The League is setup. You know with the larger mostly for the larger metropolitan areas and travel partners. You know I I think that's great I would I would I tell you? I know it's a little out of the way but I really like Murray State I think they're very good year in basketball. They would be they would be awesome. You know it'd be able to get into this league. I believe that and You know you look around the OVC. The Ohio Valley Conference has some pretty good teams and You know some of them. Aren't that far away and I definitely would think something like that or even you know it seemed like Robert Morris out of Pittsburgh. You know who's said some success for a while. They fit that criteria. You know if it's in a large metropolitan area you know and they could be on there their proximity close to Youngstown as well as Cleveland State. So you know. There's a couple of the schools. I think that would fit. You know but you just don't know what's GonNa Happen. It's musical chairs times. We Talk About Coaching Carousel the player transfer portal and the conference shuffle to. That's big in there and I always thought in a Horizon League's always you know. Been a conference. I like just because they have these teams in big cities like Green Bay. Milwaukee Chicago Dayton Indianapolis now Detroit. I mean you got some big cities in there. I don't know how many folks know about that. They don't and that's something that the League continues to pride themselves on You look even when Butler left Before I came into the latest few years ago Leaks decided to stay. Keep their offices in Indianapolis which let's face it you know that's where the NCWA offices are also Great town okay. That was born there so you know. I have a lot of good things to say about Indianapolis but You know the big cities. There's something that They promote an opportunity again. You can get lost in the Shuffle. You know at times For Years Butler was on the shadows Indiana University Purdue Notre Dame and the State of Indiana but until Gordon Hayward Shelvin Mack and companies showed up in along with Brad Stevens. Sunday went to back to back final four. You know that. Got Them some national notoriety and they took advantage of it to the Atlantic. Ten for one year then moved onto the big east where you know They're able to pull in a big. Tv money from Fox you know. It's a really help their program for all so you know it's about being at the right place at the right time and Having the individuals who you know. Are there on your team to get you to a point to wear you know. Use that opportunity to to move on and yeah. I like to these big schools. Because let's face it. I mean these schools but to these big cities you know Li. I mean you've been a few of them around the Uganda. Some of the rogue a right state. You know you could end up going like in some conferences to these schools way out. I mean we've done that in non league games you know. They're they're nowhere near any like I said earlier the first game I went to mount pleasant. You know up in Michigan you know you think you get Detroit. You're close you're really not you know. You GotTa go towards Lansing than head up north again up to the you know the central part of the state and it's a long way in its out kind of the middle of nowhere so we're very fortunate to have these teams and larger market areas. And you know you don't feel like you know you're out cornfield somewhere but it's mount pleasant. I mean that's a great first tremendous tremendous history to they've had an outstanding baseball programs football. You know they had some great great teams. You know over the years from the mid American conference any believing you know. It's out there a long way to get there but They have been a great you know. Ncw school over the years in factly Somebody I'm sure you looked up to as far as broadcasters you know who started there and went there Dick Burke you know a central Michigan. That's all right. I forgot about that that there. You go absolutely so outside right state outside. Who and you touched on this. In the beginning about your beginning in broadcasting. What else have you done in your career? Go Man Oh shame. Shame mention this or not no. I'm not you have to do what you gotta do. Okay like I said you know when I got married you know next to nothing. You know My wife had a little girl was nine months old. At the time and We knew each other three months and we got buried and adopted her. You know a few years later you know we had a little boy also and they're all grown up now all right. They're adults and I have grandkids now but Life goes by fast. But you know sometimes I had to drop out because I wasn't making a whole lot and I question if I was ever going to move on and have an opportunity to do what I wanted to do. Because let's face it a best ones to appreciative right. Now that I have given that opportunity is a lot of people. Don't get that and they really don't and I'm very thankful for that but I I got out for a while and I worked at McDonalds. I was a manager for McDonald's suffer a few years I also got out and worked for a company called super subsidies for a while before I got back into radio for good back in the early. Nineteen Ninety S so. I've been very fortunate to have been employed doing things that I really enjoy doing since the early. Nineteen nineties but Work Fast Food Was a manager. You know did what I had to do. Some odd jobs and Backley My Old High School baseball coach back a late. Ninety s asked to be assistant with him at Sinclair Community College so in in addition to working ill at the time I just started deal fulltime with a mix one of seven seven and just a few years before I started doing right state basketball. You know he asked me to be an assistant baseball coach with him and I cherish that. I really love that and get paid a whole lot. A not not at all so as for the love of the game and just an opportunity to make a few bucks here and there but it wasn't much so I gave up my weekends to be with these guys you know in the spring and the fall But it's something that I'm glad I did because you know it really makes me appreciate you know the opportunities that have been afforded over the years but like. I said I love baseball. I couldn't turn down that opportunity and Co chairperson. God rest his soul Passed away about five. I don't like ten years ago and You know I really appreciated him. Thinking of being giving me that opportunity and before I continue on I definitely deserve it because I I love listening to you. Call Right State Games and you know when you're on W. H. O. W. H. I. O. Rather it's like. Hey I know that guy. He calls right that games off. Reshape that Lee. Thank you that means a lot now. Also you mentioned someone that helped you out and who's passed away. There's also someone I wanNA bring up on this episode Mad Sirker. He passed away Last week now but definitely definitely a guy that got things done at Wright state and northwestern Ohio when he got that job at the dragons to he was an official score so it was fun being in the same room with. I'm talking ball so I'm glad you brought that up Somebody who doesn't like to be talked about as you. Well know you worked with him for a long time and you know when I when I learned of his passing you know I was shocked. Like everybody was but That's the kind of guy who use the perfectionist. Love Love Sports. You know you ask him any question Trivia you ask him any question about stats. I mean he instantly had an answer for you in if you didn't he looked it up and he got it quickly and he was able to help you out. S all he wanted to. Do you know from my standpoint. You know calling games or whatever if you had a question you ask Matt. He was able to deliver and he never wanted to take credit for anything he never did. He didn't WanNa make a big issue about himself. Either but you know they have that opportunity to to work with someone like that. It was so selfless you know in the He cared about was You know helping out others you know and it's just so tragic you know. We know what happened to him? He was taken from us. But you know he'll always you know the memories you know you never know what impact these had you know. Wants some of the people whose lives that. He's touched while he was here on the service..
"chris collins" Discussed on Healing for Real
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"chris collins" Discussed on Healing for Real
"I want you to imagine the youngest version of yourself where you can remember feeling anxious just one particular scene. We felt like you had no control over what was happening rainfall lake. There's literally nothing you could do. But sit there and feel helpless when she had a picture the whole scenario. What did you look like? What were you wearing about? How old radio was anybody with you was. There's someone in particular that was the cause of how you were feeling. Just picture the Halsey now. I want you to picture the now version of yourself coming into that scene with the younger you the now you introduces themselves too little you now you becomes immediately aware of what the little you is feeling the field our energy they see their body language. The now you just looks at the little you and they start to let them know that they're here for them. They're here to comfort them now. Just imagine that you begin to comfort them and whatever way you want it to be comforted in the situation. When you were that little you can be a physical comfort and you can hug them a rub their back or you could just talk to them or both. Let that little version of you know that one day. Your Life won't be like this. You won't have to be put into situations. You didn't choose or people that you didn't want to be around. You're going to have a choice. We still can't always control everything that happens to us. When we get older we can control the situations. We put ourselves in.
"chris collins" Discussed on Healing for Real
"Or lying down. Which ever you prefer. Mmm once you get comfortable. Let's rest our hands on our legs and put our palm species into this is allowing us to be open to receive. Whatever it is that we need to receive during this visualization. Let's relax a little by taking a deep breath in an out and out when on one more breath in an hour. Now we're going to think about a time recently where we experienced having anxiety when you in a crowded store ring driving. Was it for no apparent reason? Obviously there can be other scenarios here are just some examples. I want you to go ahead and pick share everything that happened in that moment. What was it you were doing? How did you look? Who else was with you if anyone what is it all look like how did your anxiety feel during that moment. I want you to feel how it felt a now. We're going to work on releasing that feeling invite he can come from a number of sources.
"chris collins" Discussed on Healing for Real
"Meditation again. I getting comfortable interior now. really helpful. You put your hands on your thighs your palms facing up and if you're in a position to do south put your feet flat on the ground ground. You may get a little bit easier to call right now We're going to start getting me deep breath in out One my breath in out. Now we're going to go through. All of the shocker points. And we're going to imagine as we take a deep breath in going to imagine that great white positive fema light is going into your Shaqra and then on our breath out are letting go if any grace stuck energy from the start with their crowd so the top of our heads to take a deep breath in out one more time and how we're going to move to a third I which is in the center of your eyebrows and take a deep breath in And now time in and out. Now we'RE GONNA go to church ground. Just imagine like in and out of the center of Europe so ticket deep breath in an hour commute Now let's move to our heart. Shock grow which is in the center of your chest ticketed Brenton now. A and now the solar plexus right at the top of your stomach and out and how. I'm more time in now. Now you're say shock ground Which is raining. Take a deep breath in out and a reminder time and And now you are rich talk ra which is a little bit lower than your lower back actually going to imagine the white light coming up from the ground up through the bottoms of our viewpoint and going right to our lower back area and then read out. We're going to imagine the grace chuck energy coming out of our lower back area So deep breath out. How long time now should be. Please call how gotten serve that good positive energy flowing through your body and now we're just going to go through a couple of things that we operate now spence and tongue feeling gratitude feeling with up's coming home harnessing holding on to that feeling so right now the first thing that comes to your mind and then have it in your mind out where you're feeling got gratitude resilient body now just think about maybe wear ducting thinking up originated a frown. How it came to be any good got you have towards thing that you're grateful and that you're feeling that your feeling in your body changes spiel everywhere all over your body. That good feeling Now let's think A second thing that you're grateful for again these can be anything can be super small like you got twenty minute break at work today. They usually don't go on at all. New Super Small doesn't matter but the first thing that comes to your mind and again just feel feeling that field. What is your feeling you think about? The thing will and then just feel it everywhere. Now we're GONNA go to last thing that we're going to do in this meditation and our justice without last thing we're going to be government third thing that were grateful. The first thing that comes ramones Again just think about where you're feeling that gratitude within your body and then you can even think about the story of how this thing came to be any other details. You might think about right now within thing will work. You just deal that feeling towards that thing. Just feel everywhere. Anybody Okay Meditation.
Dow up by 355 points as investors fears over coronavirus outbreak assuages
"The market's been open for about an hour and a half and thus far American investors are shaking off the fears of the corona virus the Dow is up three hundred and fifty five points the nasdaq is up one hundred and forty eight points and the S. and P. is up forty two points good morning everybody it's berry and Chris Collins with you here and you know I hate to seem like Debbie Downer here Chris but I I still have concerns about what happens to these markets when we hit that three o'clock hour that I think is the critical time three to four PM yeah you are kind of a a Debbie Downer Barry but I guess it is what it is right I mean the last two days have been so so turbulent yeah and you know there's really no reason for it to to to bounce back today I mean outside of Yosemite it's well she'll mechanisms but I mean that the the news that we had yesterday hasn't changed today and my six o'clock you know the president's going to come on Michael be close in and he's going to do his best to kind of it's kind of rally the market try to get you know get people fired up and try to ease their their concerns regarding this virus but at the end of the day it is what it is I mean people are sick they haven't really come up with a virus in anti virus vaccine just yet the getting closer but they haven't just yet so I missed a lot of uncertainty out there that's going to reflect the market if it's not today you know if it's not at three o'clock today I think tomorrow we're still looking at another volatile day but I would point out the you know people investors specifically are concerned of reports coming out of Milan they're concerned at reports coming out of the CDC saying that it's going to hit the United States but the day is something we should all be talking about as well is it is starting to recede in China right where where the epicenter was right so with that said you know there there's still an awful lot of unknowns as relates to the corona virus we've seen this movie before as it relates to viruses the world panics and then it goes away because we take precautions but this one you know is it different I don't know the answer a a bit but I will tell you if you still okay if if China in a month is still shut down and closed for business yeah that's going to have an impact a very negative impact on supply chains around the globe and they know that and and and but I think investors know that
"chris collins" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The Chris Collins pregame show day about it back the new wells right arena with the head coach the Wildcats and coach before we talk about today's game I'd be remiss if I didn't ask you about the tragic news today of all the Kobe Bryant man you knew yeah I mean it's you know it obviously a legend in the game of basketball but you know I have a lot of history with the bride's family are our dads were teammates together with the seventy Sixers in the seventies I had the opportunity coach Colby on two separate Olympic teams and spend a lot of time with him and those summers and get to know him and his family and and obviously of very very tragic thing and the fact that his daughter was involved as well I mean I'm a it's a little bit of a surreal feeling because it just happened but the fact that he was a friend and someone I knew it makes it you know really a sad day for everybody my condolences a UC you were ahead of him but you do you see an impact in in your players and guys you've coached over the years from him yeah I mean you know for me growing up you know are are kind of role model and and and the idol was Michael Jordan you know for our players now you know it's lebron and Kobe you know they they're the guys that these guys have grown up idolizing wanting to be like and to see someone at forty one years old you know lose his life so suddenly so tragically it was a sad day our players were pretty shook up about it and you know hopefully they can throw themselves and you know some is tough as it may be to to go out there and compete at a high level basketball because that's that's what Kobe would have wanted well you look at the way your team is played and it's set up and when you lose a lot of close games and we lose games that you feel you could have won it can it can tear the heart out of the team how have you guarded against that happening with your guys yeah I mean I we try to stay really upbeat we've tried to accentuate the positives even though we've had some really tough losses and you know we tried to show the guys you know the the the fine margin in the narrow margin it is towards winning and you know a play here a defense of stop there a big rebound you know those one two or three plays can be the deciding factor in winning and losing and you know I feel like our guys are are remaining upbeat because they they know how competitive they ban and they know we're playing some pretty good basketball but but it is tough when you continually put yourself in those positions it comes up short so we're hoping for that breakthrough and and we're really hoping it can be today what's your line up gonna look like today well we're gonna go a little different direction AG Turner's gonna start Robbie Perrin got things up a little bit in practice after our last game unfortunately nothing serious he's going to be okay but impacted his practice time a little bit over the last couple days and we want to be careful with him he'll give it a go not sure how much she's gonna be able to give today but yeah we'll bring him off the bench and and give AJ shot the starting lineup right to is so high state team at one point was ranked third in the country obviously they have a great player and Caleb Weston would you see from them well they were top five in the country you know a month ago and and had wins over Villanova in Kentucky in Carolina and and in our league you know if if it gets going a different direction I can go quick and this is a very talented basketball team they're very well coached a one of the better players in the leading Caleb lesson and they're going to be hungry for went so we know that just like we are so you know we know that that we have a big challenge ahead of us today were and hopefully have to get off to a good start and maintain it not just for thirty minutes but try to try to maintain it for a full forty thanks good luck thanks Dave as Chris Collins back with more in a moment this northwestern basketball presented by when trust on seven twenty WG you ever wished for your sports to be seen T. V. and radio you may be able to right now see if you can get that kind of thing my game dot com IMG college I think.
Former U.S. congressman Collins sentenced to 26 months for insider trading
"A federal judge in New York yesterday sentenced former congressman. Chris Collins to serve twenty six months in prison for insider trading the New York Republican and was also ordered to pay a two hundred thousand dollar fine. He had pleaded guilty. To trading on insider information he obtained will on the board of a biotechnology company Collins also passed the information to his son who is to be sentenced for insider trading. Next week the elder collins had been the first member of Congress to support Donald Trump trump for
Former US Rep. Christopher Collins is sentenced to two years and two months in federal prison in insider trading case
"Wish former New York congressman Chris Collins will spend twenty six months in prison Collins who admitted to insider trading was
Former Rep. Chris Collins pleads guilty to federal crimes
"Former US congressman Chris Collins has pleaded guilty in insider trading case one day after resigning from Congress the Republican from western New York entered the plea yesterday in federal court in Manhattan U. S. attorney Jeffrey Berman spoke to reporters outside the courtroom no one is above the law that is because of our offices commitment to a pursuit of that ideal that Collins is now a convicted felon and no longer a member of Congress Collins leaked confidential information about a bio pharmaceutical company to his son the informational out his son and another man to dump their stock in the company and avoid nearly eight hundred thousand dollars in
Ex-Rep. Chris Collins Pleads Guilty to Insider Trading Charges
"New York congressman Chris Collins has pleaded guilty to conspiracy and other charges in an insider trading case U. S. attorney Jeffrey Berman Collins admitted to among other things the legally tipping his son while standing on the White House lawn Collins resigned from Congress on Monday his son Cameron Collins is expected to enter a plea in the case on
Ex-New York congressman pleads guilty in insider trading case
"Former New York representative Chris Collins has pleaded guilty and the insider trading case just a day after he resigned from Congress I hereby submit my resignation effect and with that the resignation of Collins becoming official the New York congressman along with his son and another defendant involved in an insider trading scandal involving an Australian biotech firm Collins was charged with passing advance information about a failed drug tests along to his son allowing that son to avoid hundreds of thousands of dollars in losses it's now up to New York governor Andrew Cuomo to schedule a special election to fill
"chris collins" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Congressman Chris Collins admits that course to committing insider trading Chris Collins who resigned from the U. S. house on Monday pleaded guilty yesterday to conspiracy to commit securities fraud and making false statements prosecutors say he tipped his son and another shareholder in a bio pharmaceutical company on when to sell their shares US attorney Jeffrey Berman says they sought to prove in this case that no one is above the law because of our offices commitment to a pursuit of that ideal that Collins is now a convicted felon I no longer a member of Congress Collins will be sentenced in January New York governor Andrew Cuomo has to decide when a special election can be held to Phil Collins seat in New York colonel Scott fox news also Johnson has become the latest drug company to settle a lawsuit to get out of the first federal trial of the nation's opioids crisis reaching a deal worth more than twenty billion dollars with Cuyahoga and summit counties in Ohio that's the Cleveland and Akron areas the conglomerate so don't sing the agreement late Tuesday calling for the company to pay ten million dollars to each of the counties and reimburse them for millions in legal fees in the skies soon brown drones UPS has gotten government approval what free the nationwide fleet of drones which will allow the company to expand deliveries on hospital campuses North Korea testing another ballistic missiles South Korea says it came from the water of the country's shore they've been fired from a submarine bitter ending for Milwaukee of the National League wild card game to. CBS.
"chris collins" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Republican congressman Chris Collins admits in court to committing insider trading Chris Collins who resigned from the U. S. house on Monday pleaded guilty yesterday to conspiracy to commit securities fraud and making false statements prosecutors say he tipped his son and another shareholder in a bio pharmaceutical company on when to sell their shares U. S. attorney Jeffrey Berman says they sought to prove in this case that no one is above the law because of our offices commitment to a pursuit of that ideal that Collins is now a convicted felon I no longer a member of Congress Collins will be sentenced in January New York governor Andrew Cuomo has to decide when a special election can be held to Phil Collins seat in New York colonel Scott fox news Johnson and Johnson has become the latest drug company to settle a lawsuit to get out of the first federal trial of the nation's opioids crisis reaching a deal worth more than twenty billion dollars with Cuyahoga and summit counties in Ohio that's the Cleveland and Akron areas the conglomerate so don't sing the agreement late Tuesday calling for the company to pay ten million dollars to each of the counties and reimburse them for millions in legal fees in the skies soon brown drones UPS's gotten government approval what Rita nationwide fleet of drones which will allow the company to expand deliveries on hospital campuses North Korea testing another ballistic missiles South Korea says it came from the water of the country's shore they've been fired from a submarine bitter ending for Milwaukee of the National League wild card game to. CBS the brewers.
Ex-New York congressman pleads guilty in insider trading case
"Chris Collins a western New York Republican appeared in court today after his resignation over an insider trading case more from fox's when all Scott the former congressman pleaded guilty to two counts one each of conspiracy to commit securities fraud and making false statements in his insider trading case calling said afterwards he failed his constituents and regretted his actions US attorney Jeffrey Berman says
New York congressman resigns ahead of insider trading plea
"Republican congressman Chris Collins resigning from his seat today before an expected guilty plea to criminal charges ABC's Erin to Turkey has more warehouse criminal charges against Christopher Collins after federal prosecutors here in New York charges buffalo area congressman Chris Collins with insider trading last August he repeatedly denied these are meritless charges in fact a fundraising note Collins call the insider trading case fake news meant to stop him from fighting for president trump's agenda now Collins is set to plead guilty Colin served on the board of a biotech company and while the White House picnic in twenty seventeen federal prosecutors said he learned about an experimental drugs failure Collins call the son who started dumping
"chris collins" Discussed on KQED Radio
"New York congressman Chris Collins has resigned and is expected to plead guilty later today in the securities insider trading case Collins is a Republican representing in upstate New York district market place's Nancy Marshall ganzer joins me now live Nancy what's Collins accused of doing. well the charges stem from Collins his position on the board of directors of innate immunotherapy decks that's an Australian biotechnology company prosecutors say Collins was at a congressional picnic on the White House lawn when he got a phone call from the company CEO who told Collins he had extremely bad news a clinic test were an experimental medicine had failed prosecutors say Collins hung up and immediately called his son and told him about the failed drug trial the prosecution says his son then told his then fiance's father and they sold their stock in the company avoiding about three quarters of a million dollars in losses because they sold before the company announced the bad news so it sounds like insider trading. prosecutors thing so basically insider trading is when you buy or sell a stock and profit based on information that's not public and you don't have to be the one doing the trading you can be convicted even if you just pass on insider tips congressman Collins apparently didn't make any trades but just ticked off his son. and he thank you China's celebrations today to mark the seventieth anniversary of communist rule were marred by police clashes with pro democracy demonstrators in Hong Kong fifteen people were wounded one protester was shot by apparently live of live round is said to be in critical condition it's also celebration coming at a time of the extra economic pressure of the U. S. China trade war with the trump administration contending China's in the big winner in the existing trade relationship market place's China correspondent Jennifer pack it's been meeting some of the apparent beneficiaries in China today it's shoe manufacturers in southern China. at the chi home factory.
New York congressman to plead guilty in insider trading case
"Republican congressman Chris Collins of New York resigns today one day before he's expected to plead guilty in insider
"chris collins" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"The leaders in two two infantry led from the front they dodd from the front they these were not random splashes of misfortune these were men who saw the enemy make contact with the enemy and gave their lives for this country i just have so much love i never thought i'd see love on a battlefield it's it's horrible it's ghastliest ghoulish but you see people doing things for each other that they would never ever do in any other circumstance and it is a sight to see it'll change your life forever and i think we're all better for having seen that love displayed in combat that is retired staff sergeant david belaval speaking but his comrades who lost their lives in service he was awarded the medal of honor today by president trump You know what? david does for a living now no he hosts the talk show no kid on w._b._z. in buffalo he's on afternoon drive he's got a partner to his competitor he ran for congress in two thousand twelve eat lost in the primary to chris collins chris collins did a tribute to him yesterday on the house floor said i spoke on the house floor to honor david bolivia on receiving the medal of honor for his aerobic actions when his platoon came under attack congratulations to my friend and most importantly thank you to your service for our country actually run again because apparently collins is in trouble for insider trading charges he may run again i don't know during operation phantom fury in two thousand four biloba his platoon was pinned down while clearing a block of houses lobby exchanged his m sixteen rifle front 'em to forty nine squad automatic weapon entered the house where his squad was trapped to provide cover fire so the soldiers could exit safely this guy apparently people were were there were multiple fighters in this house and everybody's sneaking out the back there i mean i don't mean that a negative they're getting out the back because they were outnumbered out they were they didn't have the advantage so they're getting out the back he's providing cover fire and they start running through the house after these guys kind of like han solo started running after the storm troopers on the millennium falcon cher same thing yeah kind of the same thing except one was real was not he rescued the entire squad cleared and insurgents strong point and save many members from an imminent threat if we get him on the show can we ask him It was. He was true. remember that we just runs down the hall screaming at him and they say he's gotta get killed sure verbatim he continues to serve the military and veteran communities a host to radio talk show is the afternoon drive guy on w._b._z. in buffalo he said on air friday that the experience of being chosen for the medal of honor is very uncomfortable and awkward but noted he wants to represent iraq war veterans who have not had a living medal of honor recipient maybe he'll help his ratings you know it couldn't hurt share her now here's let me he's working for intercom radio okay yeah so here's what's going to happen he's going to say you know contract time comes up to see if i could get you know maybe three thousand dollar bump what do you think we're made of money here do you think that money just walks in the door who do you think you are anyway i can hear the conversation with that company like we appreciate your service they're not even going to say that say what do you think we have a bank vault filled with cash and we could just throw it at you here let's get the big medal of honor whatever he wants more money That's what Entercom would say. at least based on what i've seen how they're running their company now maybe not before now how would you like to be this guy's on air partner what have you done exactly i mean you've been in radio i'm reading his bio and it's a very it's a very successful radio career most of it spent in his hometown of buffalo share good for him once again contentment yeah this is where i'm from i end i end the buffalo nian share yeah i like that do a lot of niagara falls coverage but let's be real honest you've done radio he won the medal of honor jed how do you think that discussion goes when you may be think differently on like military strategy i'm going to let you handle this i tell you what david i completely disagree with all your political philosophy and your military ideas but you are a medal of honor winner that's what's called a mic drop yeah i'll just bow your your superior knowledge that even if it's wrong curse still bound to it because you've earned it you know my my former on air partner is about to run for congress and i said you know of course if you win you have to hire me for the staff sure because i have to be the machiavelli and puppet master behind the scene i think you'd be a great chief of staff uh-huh yeah like i've seen the people that do it and hard i know i know but i thought well okay what people say whatever happened to j well he's he's a member of congress and what are you doing i work at cliff yeah oh oh that's good for you good for you and i tail cars on the weekend i fixed if you ever seen those guys on the street corner fixing the cracks in your windshield that's me yeah Yeah. all right so this guy gets the gets the medal of honor he said when you go to basic training you clean your weapons you read the citations of these recipients and it's like they're superheroes they're not real i just can't get my head around this i still can't i can only imagine a see you're going to come back after your your basic training after having thrown yourself on a grenade which you probably dropped weren't paying attention yeah i got it i threw myself on a dud and somehow you got nominated for a medal of honor accidentally handed my gun to the terrorists and that stuff i thought i don't know i wasn't paying attention the guy had a beard we all kind of you know we didn't shave for a while but i got it back i got it right back from him haved everyone right hey was about to start gunning people down and i saved everybody what's the problem here come on anyway here's here's trump introducing him today's my privilege to award the highest military honor to an american soldier who demonstrated exceptional courage to protect his men and defend our nation will you please join me in welcoming staff sergeant david bella via data thank you now once again the guy i'm sure he's doing radio because he has a radio background but i mean let's this is a nice i hear there's a there's a magazine a trade magazine called talkers oh yeah yeah and every year they call it the heavy hundred the most important show hosts in america this guy's name isn't on the list i put him at the top of the list he is easily the most important host in america because none of the others i've ever done anything i'm gonna i'm you know what i'm going to send a letter to tell him hey you you get you put this guy on the list man he's an important radio talk show host and now a medal of honor winner say brings some bring some honor to our profession here is along with many others i'm sure start your summer fun with a.
"chris collins" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Easy one. What was go hand? It's dried everything else with welcome mind. You're going to be made to talk is tied with a three. So then what do you do in that situation? Well, one if you get up three to five. I five seconds remaining law at the line free. Throw good seventy nine seventy seven. Under under five seconds with this much time. Too much time left the file. Another one coming here for vector trying to put the cats backup by breed looking to their eightieth point, a biscuit rebound cook, here's McCaffrey, eight seconds, seven McCaffrey with six with five McCaffrey feel by Taylor. They'll say was picked with three seconds to go. Three seconds left Taylor thought he had a game sealing steel, but it was kicked. So I will have it with three seconds remain. Well, you got a switch everything. Now, I think on the perimeter. Pardon? The only guy I wouldn't have switched. I don't know why get so much time. They don't have a time out. But they're getting all this time to communicate what they want to run. Doc straight into cook. We're going to look at the monitor looked at the clock thing. Same thing. Chris Collins was trying to make that same point three seconds to go to point north lean. The Wildcats let my fifteen minutes. Laid run by guys and it's come quickly. Joe? I mean, it's. This happened in a hurry. Well, do you go for the three to win? It by Tate is I try to go straight into cook. That's what I think's going to happen to run a lot of guys off of and throw it right in. It's on the go to the basket. The Wildcats were up by eleven with just over two minutes to go up by twelve Egypt under three minutes ago. And right now. They're hoping they can hang on. Capri will trigger left side line. Couch with pardon law games and Turner also out their books in there. Loss Bohannon McCaffrey to trigger three seconds to go. It goes three for the. Of a second ago. There's still three tenths of a second. Well. What goes up by one eighty to seventy nine? I have no words for that. That's just unbelievable three point shots in the last couple of minutes. Three of them. Guys have their last seven shots. And that was a deep one task. You talk about kicking his stop. Point six on the clock. What replay was right there. He just leaned back at arc that a little bit higher. So I will hawk is down by as many as fifteen. Just on a unbelievable run here. Close out this game for the Wildcats about with a miracle six tenths of a second. I really you. Go back to the pressure joke. The turnovers cost that's the difference in the game. Wall will throw it in. Six tenths of a second remaining. Nick law. Looking at it down the floor part. The catch turns puts up a jumper. Good. If it goes good and Iowa has won the game. Hawk guys win it coming back from fifteen down. And a stunned the Wildcats here. Bohannon spree mortar with six tenths of a second to go eighty to seventy nine and handle Wildcats their fourth consecutive defeat. Man, no words after what like this. Tired of arguing that they would hit those shots northwest. It was like the perfect storm. Everything had to go wrong for northwestern. Everything had to go right for Iowa. And it did. Stay with us. We'll recap it for you on our post game show. By his teammates read from us. Has.
"chris collins" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
"Do think. What the fuck what the fuck was that yesterday? James? I used doubled oink way too many times sixty times this morning Yussef matter. What happens like, oh don't dull doing when Chris Collins worth said that during the bears game kicker hit the upright and then the? Crossbar afterwards. Doing it reminded me of how you need great rattle life that and you need rate nece at big moments like that even one week link can just fuck up a moment forever. And I think the ratings came in a third of the country was watching that game last night, probably more because of legal's, I'm kidding. No. But but but probably more. Because you know, you can't really accurately measure how many people watching in bars houses, you know, all that shit. And that's the coal. Doing Chris Collins worth is the goddamn worse. I wanna say this. I'll save it for the sports show on on drinking Bros. Sports companion show on Wednesday. I want to say this before we get get out of there on this one is I think Gus Johnson should call every game in the history of sports. And and that way we don't have to worry about doing killing doing doubled. How many times can it hit the pri- in the most shocking play I've ever seen to endgame. The sides looking at highlights of the the Franko to Bradshaw catch the immaculate reception. That's probably the most shocking ending new football game. I've I've ever seen where that ball literally could have gone in or outs flip a coin. And it really doesn't matter. I'd to kick for my high school football team and kicker, and I played soccer. And then you fucking do this. I've never done that and thousands of kicks. I've never seen it done. Just to hit the upright alone. It's really really difficult. And you're talking about the double doing, right? I'm not only the Delaware doing just hitting the post, and then NBC had the ledge up amount yet all these done it five times before let's show you that real quick whoever that producer wasn't the truck. And it is a truck by the way, they make these motherfuckers sit out in the truck in the parking lot. It's weird. It's like an old school FBI surveillance van why I don't know. I guess they don't wanna lug all the equipment into the stadium because it's heavy and there's a million pieces and all that shit because doing so many games. I don't even know if the booth is a quick for it in NFL stadiums. Which is why they're out in the truck whoever queued up that footage though, congratulations. Or why even think to do that? I would say thought to do that. Like, it's one thing to show your has it you have it on hand you'd have it on hand. Right. You would. But because it kind of. A lot of times. It comes down to a kick does to expect the kicker to hit the upright. There's a lot of kickers miss this show that I don't know what that specific footage that fast, whoever that guy is real MVP. He's not getting a lot of mentions, but he should be great to get him for this show. Takes me so long to just add it. This show. Great to get someone could go through footage. Find how many times he hit the upright. And here's the difference. Between the way, I watch football view is I felt bad just like so bad for him. And it made me sad. I don't know if you guys feel that or you book you like Europe, you know, do you have that moment of like, oh my God. Like, you feel so bad for him. You think about him going home? I think about him talking to his family. I think about the teammates telling him don't worry about it. But you know, you need to worry about all that goes through my mind. I don't think so much about s- the player themselves because that because I know what it is. That guy's going to to home news personal hell, and it's going to last the rest of his life, Steve Bartman or somebody like that you know, what happens to that guy. That's sad to me what I think of in a selfish way, which is sick is the fans because win the falcons lost that Super Bowl. It was probably like. Probably it is..
"chris collins" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Couldn't get. Forgot about Cody parkey until right now. Yeah. I really wasn't even thinking wasn't the real sound was. Yeah. It was pretty real. Yeah. It came through pretty clear on the broadcast. It was. It was. I guess you don't hear it on the coaches film, and you watch it. But it also reminds there's no need to watch it either. Anyway, who who are announcers for Sunday? Not Chris Myers. No. It's it's Chris Collins worth who fuller Michael's. We're at house hall today. Okay. All right. We got the you got the eight Matt Nagy the NBC crew. Sorry, Mike, Mike Nagy Kurt for fuller. I see I don't mind when they get the names wrong. I would do that. That's fine. Get a name wrong. Your runs nations are okay. But when you change the guy's name, and we're not talking about like a complicated. We're talking about Mike and Kyle it should never happen. But it doesn't bother me as much as like the guy. Did you hear the level of excitement? Gimme a little skinny something. But we don't need to break down. Chris myers. Cleantech by Kurt fuller. Adolfo soriano. All right. Let's talk a little bit more about the eagles. By the way. This is a good time for callers to call in two three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred skin Vic Fangio conversation. But I'm curious from our listeners. What worries you this weekend? The most about the eagles is in Nick foles or is just stuff on the bare site. Maybe it's Cody parkey, and by the way, Bob Dubrovsky doesn't call in the next hour and a half work were canceling the podcast gonna say. He's not going to be a voice mail band for sure. All. A playoff suspension from the voicemail line. Might be harsh. But I mean, I now I just want to hear Drewnowski. Chris myers. Three one. Seventy two hundred is the phone number. What's your biggest concern here? Adam Hogue after watching the tape scout the eagles. Yeah. Well, I think that first of all Fletcher, Cox is a beast, and is the most obvious thing. I could point to as a problem. But I also would like to point out the bears did a really good job against Aaron Donald. It's not only just. James Daniels one on one a couple of times, but they schemed so much towards knowing where Aaron Donald was on every single play. Now, what's different in this one is I think a front you also have to deal with Aloni, NADA, Michael Bennett. These are guys who Chris long to these are guys who are older in their careers. So I these are big names that you all know, but it's not like they're going up against an all pro defensive line across the board. But but it is a big factor in this game. What the bears offensive line, and it's a huge boost to get Kyle long back. In this football game. I just think a lot of this is going to be decided there on that side. In terms of how much the bears able to move the football because if they can neutralize Fletcher Cox, I actually think they can put up some big numbers in this game. And I think they did a better than a good job against Aaron Donald quarterback hit. That guy's a freak absolute mice relives him. Backfield's? He eight Patrick Mahomes up on some in that high scoring affair that they had against the Kansas City. Chiefs one quarterback hit at them came on a screenplay by bright rake, past Brian Whitman, he was allowed to Trubisky just say now when it comes to Nick foles, his short accuracy is really good and gets one of the reasons why. And that is such an underrated thing I feel like I talk about that all the time on our north western broadcasts with Clayton Thorson because sometimes on shorter throws were timing to get the yards after the catch it so important. That's one of the big reasons why Nick foles had success because when he. He's throwing short and he's got hit guys on the run. He had a nice store Darren sproles. I wanna tapes I watch where he just let it perfectly. There was a good camera angle from the side where he was just lead perfectly and was able to run the rest of the way into the end zone. And by the way, there's still a legit weapon. I mean, he's still popping on that tape weather. It's on special teams or offense. Himself. It's actually impressive. And I touched on this earlier, Nick foles is at a lot of success story. Now, Sean Geoffrey, Geoffrey, eight catches on eight targets against the Rams falls is also found Nelson, which I believe Stacey dales brought up when she was on with us earlier eighty three yard touchdown bombed. The Aguilar against the Texans falls is not afraid to throw deep. He doesn't do it a whole lot. I think it's been a little mysteries misrepresented this week in that all they do is throw deep. No, they stopped short mostly. But he will go deep if a guy's open. So it's huge, Freddie. Jackson the place. But also say it's huge, Freddie Jackson to be effective. And that's why I think Nagy was being honest optimistic about him playing, but needs to be careful to make sure Jackson still affected because if he's not that's where you get into trouble. And if they have any kind of blown coverage, which is now at this defenseman known for this year. But if they do Nick foles will take advantage. You know, I spent a lotta time. Watching the ambush against the Vikings. He wasn't that bad other than his clothes line over the middle. Who was it on to find the exact forget ripped down. Yeah. Took off his helmet. Helmet. Even that players playing hard. I mean, it's gonna fan. The penalty was actually for the facemask. I believe he was yes wasn't hit him in had. He was playing fast. There stood out to me much faster than his previous game filling in Freddie, Jackson, real quick. There was one vulnerability on the eagles defense that I noticed. A Shawn Watson escaped the pocket. A Tom was able to pick up yards with his legs is one of mitch's strengths. I think to watch Richard Bisky to have some big runs in this game whether by design or just scrambling as the possess on the show you guys have to make this decision against we're up against the break. Here. We got news coming up, Bob. The brow ski is on. Hold. Kenny. Are we going to leave them there? Until after the news. Yes, we are not going to take them right now, we got to get Bob. And right now. I mean this legendary Colorado call for Bob Bob is calling here. He is Bob. Welcome new HOGAN John's on seven twenty WGN. You are a cherish cherish collar, sir. John's a bad thing. Now, how about you guys moving up in the world. We're trying to trying to. Bob. I love the air. And I love to get your guys more three hours a Friday night just with going over the game plan for coach on Sunday afternoon. And I gotta say I I like the light up bears up and this one I thank God. We got Mitch dropping back, and if they can control the middle of the line like against the Rams all apart that secondary, and you know, their offense don't scare me against us. Max, and we got a campaign. He's going to be playing that down. Embarrassed about sealed off day night. I love it. I love it. So where's the tailgate gonna be on Sunday? Most importantly. Dorothy zone. Probably you down there and. That'd be going live. I think like the one o'clock in the afternoon. Doc kick off, and I'll be cheering the poems on down or whatever. Coach once we gotta get dorm later and figure that out. But yeah, it's going to be a rocket there. And I can't wait what we're going to give you a big opportunity here by bold. Prediction, bold, prediction. You got one for us. All prediction. Yeah. I've got one for ya. Let's see I got bears. Thirty three honoring the great Tillman. I think by the price on, but they eagles get on the board thirteen thirty three thirteen. Okay. Okay. The grizzly giant. He got the touchdown. I got I got a ball grid extra older. I think you guys are gonna like this one. The double reverse the locks comes into play. The lake shore. So the back story on this is our friend. Here has been emailing is about this point that he wants us to get the Nagy may maybe found a way to get it to Nagy. No, I wasn't saying you guys got to tell him. I think coach is already got this in the book the exact thing that he ran in. Given against the lions with our Daniel in there. But instead of Daniel running on the second reverse screen drops back the dark downfield to our Tony Miller or somebody Bob great call. Appreciate you. Love the debris, debris hausky, double reverse double mailbox deluxe. My bad. You can order it on the the nearest drive through at the brow ski dot com. News next seven twenty WGN spending..
Chris Collins to stay on ballot despite insider-trading arrest
"Indicted, New York congressman Chris Collins will keep his name on the ballot. This November despite members of his own party hoping that me won't Republicans in upstate New York. We're racing to replace Chris Collins was someone who was not indicted on insider trading charges Collins at first indicated he. He might quit the race. Now, he staying in the government charged Collins with giving his family inside information. So they could avoid millions in stock losses. Now, it's up to New York voters to decide if those charges will prevent Chris Collins from winning a fourth term in
Less-mobile Aaron Rodgers creates 'double-edged sword' for Packers offense
"When Aaron Rodgers went down in the second quarter and he was grabbing that knee and he had to be wheeled off of Lambeau Field. I'm not a lot of got it was over. I really, really did. I said it's over. He's not coming back. It's over the season is over the Green Bay Packers are absolutely positively. Nothing without him. And this of championship aspirations has been reduced to rubble in the blink of an. It didn't Raja's obviously, when he got wheeled off the Sean Khazar formerly at a Cleveland Browns was turnover. Waiting to happen was absolutely God awful. Almost got Hugh Jackson, Five last season. He was so awful. He comes up in there. There's a strip sack about a hands of Khalil Mack. This also a pick six by Khalil Mack. The listen clear maga- Santis ago. He's clearly not in football shape, but there's a reason it's four time all pro who made all protein, both as a defensive back or does the reason why to gave up two first round picks to get. There's a reason why bears were willing to give this money, the brother, the money they will give. There is a reason everybody should have their eyes on Jon Gruden as we speak in Oakland, California. You can't pick up the phone and call the MAC, daddy himself Khalil Mack. You can't sit up there and use your salesman like approach your motivational tactics to see what you can do to convince this due to stay in Oakland. When approached. By reporters, I believe it was Chris Collins worth, but I'm not sure Khalil Mack was asked if more of a concerted effort had been made to reach him and have a conversation with him and say, look, we want you here in Oakland, cappella water and ultimately Las Vegas, come hell or high water. We want you as a part of the silver and black. We're gonna do everything we can take care you with that have made a difference. Khalil Mack said yes, he said yes and affected. He said, just all that we should need to know. But it didn't go down that way. It didn't go down that way. And as a result of it not going down that way. You see what we have before us.
Trump blasts Sessions over GOP indictments ahead of midterms
"Correspondent Ed Donahue, reports President Trump is tweeting another attack on his attorney general Jeff. Sessions the tweet reads Obama Emma era investigations of, two, very, popular Republican congressmen were brought, to a well publicized charge just ahead of the midterms by the Jeff Sessions Justice department he. Added to wheezy wins now in doubt because there is not enough time good job Jeff both were, indicted on separate charges last month congressman Duncan Hunter of California on charges that. Included spending campaign funds for personal expenses and congressman Chris Collins of New York on insider trading both have proclaimed their