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"chris england" Discussed on Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly
"That That this is a moment that maybe now people understand. I don't know maybe. I'm maybe that's just like a hopeful question. I dunno i could. Well one hopes When it affects people the way the The crisis with gasoline affects them. Then yes we get a little bit closer but we've probably also gone right back to our old ways when we see it happening a lot more and we probably will be enough to wake up when companies began losing four and five million dollars in ransom or whatever it was that they paid another other companies in that industry will will sit up and take notice with while i think but i think the Recent activity on the biden administration to appoint a cyber. Finally chris england who is very good. I think that will have a a a major impact. So when they start putting penalties on companies for for not doing things or Being much more willing to collaborate with industries. I think we we might see better right. That was my question is what is the kind of stick approach. You know certainly companies suffer if they have to pay ransoms their suffer people suffer. If you know the entire east coast goes down as as potentially have happened in this colonial pipeline attack. How how does breach notification regulation play into this and the idea that a company should frankly get in trouble if they leave the back door open for the front door open right. It probably will play a large part. If we and i and i don't know that we're not so but if we Enforce those penalties Very often you know. The penalties are relatively small compared to the companies. That are that. They're assessed against. Yeah i mean four million dollars to to colonial pipeline is just it's like you know a rounding error in their on their balance sheet practically right. That's correct I want to ask about the friction or the friction lists aspect of these attacks and that is the use of crypto currencies and bitcoin. Do you believe as as many others have posited that the rise of crypto currency has kind of enable these these attacks. I don't know why. And i mean i know a little bit about That technology but i don't know that necessarily has enabled them. May maybe a little easier but these things were going on well before Cryptocurrencies became all the rage. Just a different way in to sort of elude the authorities so before it might have been a suitcase full of cash but it was ultimately the like do you. So you're saying you think we'd have the same number of ransomware attacks with or without this ransom payment method. That's not the good. Yeah i got here. I think so One of the. I think one of the reasons that we're seeing so much of this has maybe a little bit to do with the fact that we're coming out of this pandemic and there's a lot of money flowing in the system trying to get companies back in. The attackers are being very brazen vulnerability. And they're going after it. To what extent are all of the stakeholders in this starting to pay attention. Insurance companies are starting to build ransomware attacks into their threat modeling. You know and sort of hold that over companies heads. What kind of ecosystem does it take. It sounds like you're saying it takes everybody but like who needs to organize this well. In my opinion it's it's really the government that has to organize it. It's you know..
"chris england" Discussed on 600 WREC
"C 6 23 of his Alabama's Morning news. I'm Jake. Well as we know the Department of Justice now because of what took place in the George Floyd case, they're opening up a complete investigation. And looking into a civil pattern of practice investigation into what the police department's doing following the death of George Floyd. Uh, you know, police reform when you talk about it. There's two different directions. There's the common sense direction that says we ought to be more transparent. We are use body cameras. We ought to look at the practice. There ought to be some self checking when it goes. A Zafar is how the tactics were used with police chiefs. And personnel inside the department and the public should be made aware of that. Now, when you look at the other side of where we're going with police reform, the outrageous push the Joe Biden's getting under way here with the selection of all of his different administrative force, the de funding of police and The cry from liberal super left Congress members saying, in fact, just stop policing altogether. His way out of control. And Kayleigh Mcenany, former White House press secretary with President Trump, weighing in yesterday on how Biden's pick in a number of different arenas is dangerous and racial Listen. Look at who he is trying to get confirmed for the head of his civil rights division. It's a woman named Kristen Clarke. Republicans are fighting back hard against this nomination because she has literally penned an op ed saying Defund the police pull resource is from the police. But be strategic about it. This is in her past. Now. She denies she wants to do this. But the person overseeing this investigation into Minneapolis has a written she wants to defund the police. You couple that with Eric holder when he had a similar investigation into Ferguson, and he said, Hey, if we have to do Mantle, the whole department. That's what we'll do. So I think that this is just a cover for the more radical elements of the Biden administration that do indeed have the end goal. Defunding the police, whether they say it or not, And it comes at a time in Minneapolis, where you've already have 200 officers who have stepped aside 20% of the Minneapolis police Department as crime is on the rise. What a disastrous formula that is, as they seek to defund in my view, this police department And that's really the tip of the iceberg is well, Obviously, it's getting a lot of attention because of the George Floyd case right now, But this pushes happening all across our country with this administration. In fact, Alabama now could soon have a database that would track disciplinary actions and excessive force complaints against police officers. A representative here, Chris England, said Wednesday. That measure you know is aimed it, weeding out the bad apples in the profession. You start making all of this public information. About every incident takes place. This gives ammunition to the left to come screaming every police department in this country going. Look at this. Look at that. It's time for them to go. Nobody is going to get the profession anymore. People are gonna be walking away is just Kayleigh Mcenany pointed out right there. How many people are stepping away from this profession and it's only going to create. I mean, it's a very dangerous potential situation here. If this continues and moves forward like this, because people will avoid the profession or they'll leave the profession. They will there. You're tying the hands of the police officers. Do their job. If you're gonna put them in under a microscope, every action that takes place and everything that happens inside Police Department I get they served the public. I get that they should be held accountable for things, but they're turning. You know, a couple of bad apples that you know, pop up in any profession. Into the way that it ought to be done and change everything that's happening when the majority of police officers in this country doing incredibly wonderful job, very dangerous, thankless job as well. But yet I mean, this is the headline the headlines getting the attention now and, Yeah, I get why it's happening. Taking it too far is the dangerous concern that I've got. 6 27 Alabama's morning news, traffic.
"chris england" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Off rides to patients that are looking for transportation. Massachusetts introducing vaccine supply the hospitals in order to consolidate doses of state run clinics. That's led some major health facilities to stop scheduling First dose appointments. Beth Israel Leahy, Health, Mass. General, Brigham and Tufts Medical Center among the major systems announcing yesterday they no longer schedule first dose appointments after the state produced their supplies. So far, about half of the vaccine doses given out in Massachusetts has better hospitals but a smaller supply. Is now going to hospitals to consolidate those doses that state run clinics. This week's 60 Minutes investigates the largest cyber security breach of federal systems in U. S history. Investigators believe Russia's behind the massive hack that hit several federal agencies. CBS is Bill Whitaker. Also some grave threats. Continue spoke with Chris England, a former deputy director of the National Security Agency, He says history shows that once inside a network, the Russians are a stubborn adversary. It's hard to kind of get something like this completely out of the system, and they certainly don't understand all the places that it's gone to all of the manifestations of where this virus Where this software still lives, and that's going to take some time. And the only way you'll have absolute confidence that you've gotten rid of it is to get rid of the hardware to get rid of the systems. Wow, you can hear 60 minutes on the radio here on WBC news radio seven o'clock on Sunday evening. It also wears, of course on CBS television. 4 38 We go off the Wall Street, Andrew. Oh Dae is at Bloomberg. You know, we didn't know if we get there, but this is a pretty darn good way to end the week. It is, uh, records across the board. Wall Street moved every which way today up into record territory Early, back down Split for most of the day. We do end up with across the board records now ended higher by 28. NASDAQ Rose, 70 S and P 500 up 18 heading into the long holiday weekend. Facebook is getting into the smart watch business. The information reports. The company behind the Social network hopes to begin selling the watch next year, and we'll let wearers send messages using Facebook services as well as offer health and fitness features. Make that two lawsuits against Campbell Soup company now both alleging that it's plum Organic baby food contains high levels of toxic metals class action complaint in New Jersey is asking for $5 million in damages..
"chris england" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Most people's insurance doubled, tripled and in their their deductible, so how they can afford it. If they do get sick, So we have got to do something with healthcare. We've got to get more insurance companies involved. Brazil won the election by more than 477,000 votes last night. And even with the law state Democratic leaders say they are excited about the future of the Democratic Party here in Alabama, they say the Alabama Democratic Party has gained momentum over the last several years. The parties share representative Chris England, says the party is specifically expanded their digital reach. Now to our weather. Chief Meteorologist GP Dice joins us tonight with J P would have been another beautiful day out there other than an early sunset. We can't complain. I know every day it has been picture perfect. And here's a look at you tracked. The radar is clear tonight. Let's take a look at those temperatures area wide on E on in 47 degrees Down. 41 Dance for 46 Centerville 47 in Fayette. And we'll go ahead. Check out our temperatures for tomorrow, out the door than temperature right around 50 degrees by a lunchtime, we'll be in 68. Now There's still plenty of sun there in the afternoon. We'll start to pick up a little bit of cloud cover 70 degrees at 4 P.m.. And it looks like the temps are going to be warming up each and every day. We're gonna have highs in the mid seventies as we get toward the weekend, back in just a few minutes with an update on the tropics and our seven day forecast, right J P Breaking right now this.
"chris england" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"Yeah. It's surely one for one for three right now. You're going for one for four and we're going to hear about Tommy Taylorville record a lot to particularly during his time in your State Alabama. State Representative Chris England. Thank you so much. Thank you print. What Democrats are going to do to help the millions of Americans. Whose covert aid is about to expire speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi joins me live ahead. Earlier tonight I mentioned the legendary. Larry Kramer who passed away earlier this year amidst the pandemic and I misspoke about cause of his death to be clear Kramer died of pneumonia on May twenty seventh, not of the Corona virus now nearly one hundred and forty thousand Americans have died, and that number keeps going up day by day, and our economy remains in a state of crisis, some states that reopened start to shut things back down. Particularly businesses like nightclubs and bars is become very clear to me and a growing number of people I. Think there is a large part of the economy. We maybe just cannot safely reopen. Any place that people are congregating indoors in large numbers drinking alcohol, talking really loud concert venues, theaters, nightclubs bars. You just probably cannot have them open. But if we do not do something to save those places, they're gonNA die. It's that simple now? These places are not necessarily the lifeblood of the economy, but they employ a lot of people that are also just an enormous part of what makes places culturally rich, they make life better and such is true in places like New York true places like Nashville new, Orleans and Atlanta and so many other places I mean imagine those cities without bars or nightclubs were music. And, while money has gone out to help, small businesses get through. The crisis is just not enough for the ones that are going to be shut down for a long time. We need a bill to save this entire sector or those places will be gone, and our lives will be much worse. Right now in America, there's only one party that appears to at least recognize the scale, the economic devastation that we are living through and the highest ranking member of that party house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi joins me next. Right now we're up against deadline. Before the end of this month, people are going to stop getting that additional six hundred dollars a month unemployment benefit for the pandemic for many Americans that has been the difference between hanging on or falling into oblivion between two fiction and keeping their homes, unless Congress acts very soon. A lot of those people will be in trouble. Trouble so far Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell has mostly been discussing the things. A party will not agree to the Congress is going to have to move fast. The person that Mitch McConnell will negotiate with if that is what happens with your peers joins me now house speaker Nancy Pelosi Democrat of California welcome to the show speaker. It's great to have you. Let's let's let's start on. This I mean I've had on this program after you pass the Heroes Act and it was very clear that Democrats had a position that more money was needed. The economy needed for rescuing at the time. McConnell said. This is dead on arrival. The president's economic adviser said there's no. We don't need anything further. There's a jobs number. They were celebrating. They are coming around right. There's GonNa be another bill and the question is what is it? Is that a fair characterization? Yes there is and we knew there would be. because. Because we have a pandemic AB, because we have an economic downturn, which would only worsen unless we address the pandemic, and we put money in people's pockets, and against support, our state and local government, which are the. Three of the pillars of the of the heroes at the they first doing nothing. Then it was now. It's one point three trillion. We don't think that's enough our bill. Three trillion more than three trillion dollars, because that is exactly what is needed in fact with what's happening in the schools. We might need a little bit more. For the schools we have one hundred billion dollars to address the. Coronavirus issues in terms of schools opening. But. And staying open, but we may need more. So right now. The two things that I've seen from McConnell Republicans. They don't like the six hundred dollar. Sort of. Pandemic bonus and unemployment because I think it's a disincentive to work, and they want to get people off out of the House and into the labor force, and then once they're in the labor force. They WANNA make sure they indemnify their employers from liability for anyone getting sick, so it's like you've got to get out there and work, and if you get sick, you're on your own. Are those like what's your response to those? You Open a liability waiver. Do you want to extend the six hundred dollars? Well let me say that today is the two month anniversary of the passage in the House of the heroes, act at the time of leader, said he McConnell said. We're we need a pause? We've had a two month pause. It hasn't been constructive has been harmful and the uncertainty is very stressful to America's working families. That's where we are here to represent so when they make a big fuss over six hundred dollars when they were willing to give two trillion dollars in tax breaks a cost of two trillion dollars to the. To the national debt to give tax breaks to their friends, eighty three percent of it, going to the top one percent, and they begrudge America's working families really do need the money for six hundred dollars. They might anecdotally say oh. I know somebody who isn't going to work as a six hundred dollars say. Saying we had an appropriations is the plural the anecdote is not data, and the data is quite different. People need the six hundred dollars. Why would you give up big tax breaks to the high end? And begrudge working families six hundred dollars, so that's. That will be a point of discussion. In terms of the endemic. The immunity that they want..
"chris england" Discussed on The Takeaway
"It is an acknowledgement that in fact you do, hear me you see me and you do hear my pain. Congresswoman you mentioned systemic racism, and it's something that I frankly I'm surprised that that phrase is being used by so many people both in the media who may never have experienced or really understood systemic racism. One of the ways as you know that systemic racism plays out, is it is at the polls is when voter suppression and Alabama has had? Its own history with voter suppression. And concerns about where that is playing out. We know when we've been discussing on this show that there's a big issue in Georgia. What are some of the issues that Alabama is afraid of right now when it comes to making sure or concern about I should say when it comes to making sure that residents of Alabama Black White, poor rich, will all be able to? To cast a ballot come, November. Yes, I think that what we witnessed this past Tuesday in the states that were holding primaries especially in Georgia. with long lines is just a to me emblematic of the fact that we do need to fully restore the voting rights act of nineteen sixty five. You know not only represent Selma. I am a daughter of Selma I. I am a lifetime member of Brown Chapel Ame church where Martin Luther King led the protests in nineteen, sixty, five, four, the right to vote and what we saw in Georgia is a direct reflection of the fact that the soap, the shelby versus holder of gutted the voting rights act of nineteen, sixty five. We saw long lines. We saw polling stations that were closed. Closed because ostensibly for covert nineteen but but but we also saw inexperienced poll. Workers there and we have got to do something right now to make sure that we're protecting the constitutional right for every American to be able to vote long lines wrapped around the corner. polling stations got being able to open on time because of new machinery. It's inexcusable these. These are modern day barriers to voting. You may not have to count how many marbles in a jar in more, but when you have, you know systematic efforts to make it harder to vote. These are modern day barriers be it long lines at the polls be at photo. Id Laws that that prefer a gun registration ID's as a form of a legitimate form of photo. Photo ID your fishing license or your gun license, and not your student license at the University of Alabama unacceptable, and so we really need to push back and I do believe that what you see on the streets of America right now is truly you know the call to action was the death of George Foreman and but we know that we've seen this. This happen time and time again, and and we well. We need to focus on policing and police accountability, which was the the impetus for the protests. Systemic racism is ultimately the route, and it is seen in everything we do from housing to education to the criminal justice system it. It means that in America. We have never really reckoned with four hundred years of slavery and. There's a Wonderful Museum Bryan. Stevenson and equal justice initiative. did in Alabama and it's about reconciliation. It's lynching, but it's really about America coming to grips with its own racism that really permeates every part of our society. That's what specific racism is it structural? INSTITUTIONAL RACISM BEDS exist in America and to say that one is colorblind is is really a myth. And to sort of close here, one of the things that I think you know we're discussing racism and systemic racism and police reform, and yet You know we've almost we I say the media has taken its eye off a little bit of the back, and forth in Washington right between the Democrats and Republicans this is one of the most divided houses and divided governments I think most of us have seen in our lifetime when we look at Alabama congresswoman wired. What is the future of the Democratic Party in Alabama? You are the only Democrat representing the state in the US House so where? Where does the Democratic Party go from here in Alabama well? Listen I think that. For All of my states, faults I do believe that it is a state that is filled with people of goodwill who really do want to try to do the right thing, and while I may be the only member of the House of Representatives the fact that we were able to elect Doug Jones the United States Senate from the State of Alabama and we did so electing a Democrat in a state where of the democratic. Party has really been You know diminishing over the years I'm. I'm excited about our new state chair we have. Chris England State Representative Quisling. England is the first African American to actually be ahead of the State Party in the state of Alabama. He's doing an incredible job and bringing a whole new generation of Alabamians black and white people of color. A true tapestry wrote Rainbow Coalition into the Alabama Democratic Party and I am hopeful I have to be hopeful. I am I? I WANNA be the change that I want to sing in my state, and in my nation and collectively. This is our watch. I get. I am a member of Congress, but all of us. US are seeing this. All of us have a role to play and I. Just really I I. Really Ask your listening audience. We have to all just reflect and decide. How can we make a difference? It's one thing to ask your black friends how they're doing. The reality is this is collectively all of our watch and we have a role to play. What are we willing to do to see a better? America to see a an America? That truly is inclusive inequities in race. exist in every part of our society, and so we all have a party in order to make this. This this nation more perfect union. Terri Sewell represents the seventh congressional district of Alabama Representative Sewell. Thank.
"chris england" Discussed on 600 WREC
"All began and you can add that with KK affects the suspect's father says he was mentally ill and lived in a fantasy world America's listening to fox news the largest movie theater chain in Alabama AMC says it's re opening next month theaters will be limited to fifty percent capacity and strict sanitation guidelines will be in place the ousted state Democratic Party leader Nancy Worley now dropping a lawsuit challenging her removal she says she'll not to appeal the ruling dismissing the case a judge saying the court did not have jurisdiction over an internal party dispute members of the state democratic executive committee last year voting to replace her with state representative Chris England and Alabama secretary of state John Merrill testifying before a house subcommittee on elections during regular virtual hearing members sought to get input on voting during a pandemic he reiterated he remains opposed to mail in voting because the method can lead to fraud I'm Liane Brandon and this is Alabama's morning news now back to your host here's J. T. all right Leah thank you very much it is six thirty five Alabama's morning news our phones are always open as you know eight eight eight nine one oh five one of five number team has got a son in Tuscaloosa this morning listening to one of five nine W. R. T. R. Tina good morning you're in Alabama's morning news go ahead she did we Auster okay all right we'll come on back into into I'd love to have you talk about that what's on your mind your thank you want to talk about the lady antebellum thing or which is interesting I mean that they change their name and it barely Adam is offensive our president trump speaking yesterday unveiling some policies they believe will help minority communities he says police departments will be encouraged to make some changes we have so many different elements of strength in this country we have such potential in this country we have the greatest potential is the greatest country in the world including tactics for de escalation also will encourage pilot programs that allow social workers to join certain law enforcement officers so that they work together there's president trump and yesterday he'd talked with some fox news folks this will actually air out this morning on television about what's happening in Seattle right now he said if there were more toughness you wouldn't have the kind of devastation that you had a Minneapolis and Seattle I mean let's see what's going on in Seattle trump told fox I'll tell you if they don't strain that situation out we're going to straighten it out I mean it's it's just crazy what's happening in Seattle and I'm sure you've seen it now but basically the city council turned over the keys to the protesters and said here have at it you can have our building sure come on in now they basically blocked off for a six block area in that the same you know basic your district or whatever where they have armed guard protesters the check ID's on people coming through there you know they they have basically taken over the city and the governor and the mayor of Seattle are all about it it what is going on and I'm gonna talk a bit later this morning about you know should the president invoke the insurrection act he can surely do it lot of folks are saying no and and we'll talk more about that coming up in just a little bit in just about fifteen minutes I I just don't get overtaken cities in the in the it's Democrats I mean where the majority of problems exist in our country democratic leadership end of story all right six thirty eighths Alabama's morning news it's just crazy taking over the city.
"chris england" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Crossfire on Saturday well someone sent me a seventy year old man killed while he was outside in southwest Birmingham cops say there was an altercation before that shooting a suspect is in custody general services taking place today for fallen moody police officer Steven William shot to death while answering a disturbance call at a motel last week moody's police cheap proscar misli promoting sergeant Williams to the rank of lieutenant Williams funeral services started eleven at First Baptist Church of moody Williams leaves behind a wife and three kids two people facing capital murder charges which could lead to the death penalty to pair of Johnson and mark we should Tyson Houston Williams death city leaders discussing closing the super eight motel where Williams died there been numerous problems their petition circulating to shut it down mayor says he's going to talk with the motel owners largely peaceful protest over the weekend in Hoover Tuscaloosa and Birmingham and at the Hoover rally about two dozen two dozen people were arrested they refused to get out of the road after repeated requests a member of the Alabama house of representatives has made a formal request to governor Kay Ivey to rescind the Jefferson Davis state holiday regional green reports state representative Chris England of Tuscaloosa who's also the newly elected chair of the Alabama Democratic Party since since he made the request to governor Ivey last week a number of Republican leaders in the legislature have extended invitation to discuss the matter further England says he believes the death of George Floyd and the mass protests that followed have pricked our consciousness of men and women of good will.
"chris england" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast
"Global supply chains special. Thanks to the Center for new American security for providing this audio. It's the Law Fair. Podcast episode five hundred and thirty to China technology and Global Supply Chains with the Cyberspace Solarium Commission here today with Congressman Mike Gallagher Representative of Wisconsin's eighth district and Co Chairman of the Cyberspace. Learn Commission representative. Gallagher is a former marine combat veteran and former intelligence officer we have to Cyberspace Alarium commissioners joining us today. Dr Samantha Ravage and Chris England's among the many had she wears. Dr Savage is the chair of the center on Cyber and Technology Innovation at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies and it's transformative cyber innovation lab. She's the vice chair of the president's Intelligence Advisory Board grice England is a former deputy director of the National Security Agency currently serving as the looker. Distinguished visiting professor of Cyber Studies at the States Naval Academy rounding out the panel. Is My colleague Keri Cordeiro? The Robert Engaged senior fellow and General Counsel at the Center for new American Security Adjunct Professor Georgetown Law and CNN legal and National Security Analyst Representative Gallagher Limited begin with you as Co Chair of the commission sets the scene on the commission its mandate and the core message of the Commission's report will thank you for joining us and glad we were able to adjust given the unique needs of the current virus crisis and everyone watching is staying safe and staying healthy as we try and get through these difficult times though..
"chris england" Discussed on Reply All
"From this file on. Pj Vote and and this is part three the conclusion of our story. The real enemy. If you haven't heard twenty two he should go back. Otherwise we're Austin is going to make a ton of sense so here's where we are at the same time that Republicans are beginning to campaign for the two thousand twenty elections. Democrats in Alabama are fighting each other during in an internal battle for control of the Party on one side. Senator Doug Jones who believes the only way Democrats can beat the Republicans is with new leadership on the other. Joe Reed who believes that if Doug Jones gets his way it'll mean a future for Alabama that looks like the past a Democratic Party. Were black people are taking marching orders from white people so as we pick our backup has gone to Alabama to see who will win this fight Emmanuel. Take it from here. I live in Alabama In Elliott Tober and we've might produce Shufi. Hello we are rolling. And we drive down the hour and a half from Birmingham to Montgomery Harry Webb. Basically this whole story is taking place. We're pulling into Montgomery right now. This is the home of the Alabama Democratic Party and it's been jewelry tongue since since one thousand nine hundred sixty s and whenever I talked to read on the phone he would do the thing web. We'd be talking about something very rooted in the present and immediately he takes about being as all talking thing about something in the past. I'm ashamed to save at Marie. Action of this was just sort of like okay. Yeah I get it like I know my history but it's one thing. Thank you an old man. Talk about dixiecrats hiding behind every corner and something completely different to be driving down is sixty five on your way to Montgomery and see a giant confederate flag like. I'm doing the biggest flag. I've seen anything anywhere in Montgomery. The PAS never really went anywhere like Rosa Parks bus. I'll stop is just a stone's throw away from hotel you drive receive a church with Dr King. One St State by state receive a very same Capitol building where George Wallace declared segregation forever. Mar Tomorrow we decided to visit the Alabama Democratic Party headquarters because for weeks. I've been trying to get in touch with Nancy Worley. I sent her emails. Baid bounce back so I try and cooling a again and again Wurley is not not available. The mailbox is full cannot accept any messages at this was like okay. Let's just go to her office. This certain Turner grumpy. Don't worry you're very clear by permit we pull up to a party building and it just looks completely out of place like this. Beautiful building looks a lot like the White House which is next to another the buildings like the Capitol and then like this tiny sad little brown box and the only reason we even know in the right place is chipped. White wooden sign out out front reasons standards at all time. It's two PM in the off off Nuno Eric Day. And nobody's here. The blinds are drawn. The lights are off as a sign in the window temporarily out of the office. You may leave a message. Assembly will return. Why don't we call this number unnaturally? I've reached Nancy Willie's mailbox. They cannot accept any messages that time so I couldn't find Nancy but I knew what she had to be doing at this moment. We just got somewhere her Joe. The allies were putting together a battle plan because we were just two days away from the SEC. Meaning Doug Jones and cool just two days away from the meeting where Doug Jones and his allies hope to change for Joe Reid rule the part of the bylaws back give Joe his source of power. He's majority and so two days later. I went to that meeting wondering wondering if Nancy and Joe might show up in person the meeting takes place in a big dram hotel ballroom. We early dozens of people milling about this talking and Adam standing there waiting for meeting to start. I started to do this thing. And you often as a black man in a lot. Majoria spaces like bomb markets. Chance to wrap a concert. BERLIN-BASED PODCAST company. Where I work? which is that when I walk into a room? I'm always counting. I'm trying to see how many black people there I do that in this room it's mostly middle age like white people kind of looks like like an old I battalion church like like ten minutes before service. The fact that is the so few black faces in this room means that Jerry is allies have decided to skip it. Doug Jones has not been able to gain many converts but one Democrat. I do see is Chris England. He's an ally of Doug Jones and when I don't know it yet Chris will be the new Fox the new nominee for party chair. Hi Chris how are you. I asked him how he feels about. How white this meaning is I talked to Jerry Inco and the waiver reframing at bear like oh well? What's what's happening tomorrow? Like white meaning tightening next week as a flag meaning I don't know I guess I'm looking around like I see some black people people. I don't see a ton but when you look at this what are you say. Democrats party is supposed to look like black and white and young and old. This is supposed to work. Unsurprisingly Chris England long-serving Black member in the Alabama State House is very good at diplomacy and today. We've Nancy absent. Chris has taken place. He's temporary day he's the one running the meaning more and wanting him up on the podium. I think into myself if this is an addition to prove that. He's better job Nancy Chris ACING ELM stage plus he's qualified. He's well liked and hey doesn't hurt his back either. A few weeks now increase officially announced his candidacy. Your immediately erode type advise and support member. She was running for Party chair as well today. Supporters are in the room. But she's actually absent. Which is probably for the best? Because the way Chris running this meeting is the exact opposite of every country heard from democracy by skype vision. He's practically sprinting agenda. It was acting as if nothing weird is happening. As IF NANCY AND JOE don't exist he presents the by laws that will strip to read of much of his power and without discussion or debate rushes into and I l.. Looking at each other confused like wait. The meeting is over. It's been eight minutes. Joe's verse big mistake was giving the DNC a reason to they come to Alabama. The second one just happened right now. Here in Israel you could have sent his allies to vote Chris Down to stop all of this but he told them to stay away from the meaning that it was a fake christening used to agenda meaning but as soon as he does somebody makes a dramatic entrance injure a tall black woman wearing big hoop earrings are flawed dress and wedge heels strands up to the Mike. She's 'cause she's always late. It's Dmitri Dmitry points out. The obvious like crossing is up there just pretending that Joe Nancy like having a meeting in just one week's time is the vote today even going to count. Please note that we need not opposed to bless the things as as long as the word God says these are in order. So I know I'm going next a next avid but does that mean what we've done here. Today is Bella Boys Mood. You are. Who Rose authorize us today to interview yesterday authorizes an trying to answer your question? Ah Authorize what we're doing today so everything that we've done here is bad. Chris and of accompaniment politician is dodging the question here. And it's a question that pretty much everyone in the room has one week from now. Nancy Jo are going to have their own meeting. I'm I'm just GonNa Undo all of this. It's a tough question and a few minutes later ends demeaning about really having answered it.
"chris england" Discussed on KQED Radio
"In the south including here in Alabama we are broadcasting from W. B. HM in Birmingham as part of our partnership one A. across America we love to hear from you particularly if you or someone you know has recently gotten involved in politics including because of a movement like black lives matter or March for our lives sure what you know about the changing complexion of politics where you live in the south if it's changing at all we're speaking with Howard Franklin the democratic strategist with Ohio River south and karma Clore an organized with black voters matter here in Alabama and joining us now W. B. HM is its political reporter Andrew Yeager entry welcome good to be with you know the Democratic Party here just got new leadership less than two weeks ago Republican strategist who will hear from a moment says that this is the single biggest thing that will help senator Doug Jones win re election give us an overview of what's happening with the state Democratic Party here yeah it's very easy to get in the weeds with this I'll try to keep it as simple as possible the basically the the chair of the Democratic Party here in Alabama Nancy Worley firm in some parts of the party there was a lot of discontent felt like she was not providing leadership and the last time she was elected or the the party held leadership elections was complaints filed with the Democratic National Committee over that election they came in investigate they found there were irregularities and ordered the party to hold new leadership elections and by the way your by laws ready compliance we want you to create new bylaws and so that's sort of started Hey a series of well miss deadlines because Nancy really basically ignored that the National Party withheld money from the state party they withheld credentials of the DNC bike Nancy Worley and vice chair of the party and this fall we saw sort of duly meetings between this self described reform group and the group around Nancy Worley and that sort of culminated the couple weeks ago with this reform minded group having a meeting electing new leadership they have new by laws in place and well there are still some legal issues there's a lawsuit that hasn't been settled basically this new group says we are the party the DNC recognizes us we're moving ahead if the DNC as I understand it chairman Tom present a letter to Alabama's party basically saying that everything really had done still didn't meet the marks and by the way we're going to have new elections on November second exactly a Tom presses been behind this this reform group and has recognized their efforts said they're the ones that are actually following the rules and yeah we're we're going with them basically how much if at all did senator Jones factor into this form or is this something that kind of predates him well the discontent certainly predates him up but he has been vocal throughout this process of we need to revive this party he's made his not hidden his discontent for Nancy Worley that the well former chair of the party and so he's been been out there talking about it pushing for a revival the party and so he's been very very much involved in those efforts where is the weak link back in terms of Democrats in the last few years and decades well certainly it is a it is a conservative states they have an up hill battle as well our it until battle as it is but you saw the party get it dad you saw and basically you saw a party that couldn't capitalize on mistakes in their opponent in the last decade or so yeah we went through a period of time two to three years ago where all three branches of government Alabama that were controlled by Republicans all were mired in some kind of scandal and you basically heard nothing from the Democratic Party and I think that in particular really upset some of the party faithful that you know when you had resignations and such you couldn't do anything with that or they were unwilling to do anything with it now as we mentioned earlier for junior Democrats won the state house there so now the state government is all blew the new governor of Kentucky is a Democrat we spoke to a Republican strategist named Jeff Vreeland of the prosper group he is working with one of Alabama's Republican Senate candidates thing Tommy Tuberville we asked the strategist Jeffrey Lynn if this is a trend in the southeast part of what he said I don't think it's a larger trend to be honest with you Kentucky is limit of a nominally because they go back and forth in there the crowd at governors Republican governors the arctic it's like you went red Dana cameras like you turn in general whatever sixty percent of the vote and Daniels is is one of the posts are becoming a Republican also Kentucky is on it's probably more gonna mom always others can but look at Virginia it's obviously very much more purple than it is right are you there's definitely solid Republican consultant across there that's Republican strategist Jeffrey Lynn of the prospered route Howard Franklin what's your response to Jeffrey I think there's more than just one or two small examples of states that are winning some some big races I think I've see Doug Jones wears was captured national attention and what happened just last week we were involved in number the races in Virginia also has done the same Georgia in particular I think has the same potential out you know two US Senate seats potential to be a a battleground in the twenty twenty presidential election and a number of hotly contested congressional districts also up for grabs I think there's gonna be a ton of attention North Carolina Virginia Georgia and other states of the perennially been on the bubble as real battlegrounds going forward and that's going to a number of different things I'm I was just wondering whether Virginia really counts I mean Virginia is in this weird kind of split region where you've got Richmond in the south which is very different than say Arlington Alexandria the suburbs that are just south of DC in the Potomac River in the north so it almost feels like the defining line in a way that makes us feel like an anomaly yeah I I think that's a valid point it obviously has going for both Democrats and Republicans in the governor's race in recent years a looks like Democrats have gotten him a lock in the last couple but certainly states like Alabama some of the Carolinas Georgia and even seeing the sort of candidates we put up in Florida and in Georgia for governing the last dog twenty eighteen election certainly is going to put more focus on continuing success for states down here south of the Mason Dixon line Howard I'm glad you mentioned Florida's last democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillam car Frank karma clear how much do the rise of other personally candidates of color Stacey Abrams Andrew Gillam etcetera how much do their campaigns their candidacies affect folks like you who maybe are on the bubble about getting involved in politics does it have an impact on largely because representation is everything what they've done has created so much momentum across the south because we use in their their plan their their road map reading their bills how did they do it and so is with you know the example of Stacey Abrams starting making sure that she touched every part of Georgia and we're looking at that when we put together our strategies and we're St okay so we have to have a sixty seven counties strategy you in Alabama if we're going to win also we can't leave anybody out and so we're doing some of the same things we're making sure that our we are intentionally building coalitions to reach every quickly ran of Alabama we may not turn the state blue right away but what if those are smaller county start to see changes in their government and they start to have glimmers of hope that Hey we can do this I'll just like in Talladega they were able to have their first black mayor lift him Raglan and in the work that was done on the ground with groups like rolling to the polls the deltas tops black voters matter and they were my family was able to now have their first black mayor was Stephen rea and so it was the of his samples that made us say Hey if they can do it we can too how much Kara and this is a big question but how much do you feel like the Democratic Party apparatus for lack of a better word respects the importance of voters of color I mean when Doug Jones one there was a big conversation about how black women like made that possible and you and I both know black folding stupid like we talk we will share ideas with one another so when Andrew Gillan's campaign even though it didn't succeed and Stacey Abrams campaign even though it didn't succeed that conversation had already started happening and one of the arguments about the future of the Democratic Party is that they may not realize the true value of the voter base of color that they have and they might not be doing a good enough job of tapping into that what have you seen from your perspective as it relates to that do you think that they that they get it I think it's a work in progress and we have to keep hammering on that topic and we have to maybe have a protest vote and say that are you not going to take a vote for granted in the longer that you have to if you want our support then you have to take up the issues that matter to black women out to the black community or you know we would take our vote elsewhere but we're not just giving it away anymore but like I say it is a work in progress I should know by the way we did reach out to the DNC to join us for the program they declined they also reached out to the new chair of Alabama's Democratic Party Chris England he did not respond but both of those offers remain outstanding and you how do you see this shift in the party particularly because the Democratic Party in the self has had a very different history from other parts of the country some of you might recognize the voice of this for term democratic governor and the name of the people that I have ever well in the and and.
"chris england" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Season starts now. I guess only. Three. Roadsters and Peter on the third row one you're going to have much of Bundy think you're going to have. World series. I don't know if. No, more high stakes. The right way. It's hard to put into words what what could happen. And what we hope happens it Walker just like night before a game. What are you like are you somebody who sleeps, well, jitters, what's what's your mindset? No. I mean, I think it's pretty normal for me. Now, I'm in this is this is a big one. The end of the day. It's the same game. Same thing. I gotta go. Do we saw the brewers lineup? Do some things today that we haven't seen from them previously in the series. We heard some things in the ballpark today that we haven't heard is there anything you any valuable information. You can take from what happened today into tomorrow. You know what they're doing with about? Today's not not a surprise. You don't get to be one of the last three teams of may small without complaint team. So. We've done some things as well. So. It's down to one. But. Walk computer seems like a pretty cool cat for a man who's twenty four years of age. A native of Lexington Kentucky. He's six to one hundred seventy five pounds. I don't know if he likes country music walks in the park, but he is not going to be overwhelmed by the moment based on what we heard right there. He wants the ball game seven. He's going to try to become the youngest dodgers pitcher to win a postseason game. Seven says Danny Padres into Brooklyn's World Series job back in nineteen fifty five. Sixty three years ago. Walker Beulah sixty three years later is trying to do something that has not been done since nineteen fifty five becoming the youngest dodgers pitcher to win a postseason game seven. But if Dave Roberts the manager has his way everybody will be available for that game seven tomorrow night this other than review or any of the pitchers that we saw today just flat out available tomorrow. Outside of review. Everyone will be available with that. Good spot. Even Haywood w on Twitter says ready can't wait for the for Magic Johnson. Again, LeBron James with star game seven. Can you imagine? The LeBron also destroys the pitcher's mound. Wait a minute. What the by the way, Lakers played a rockets tomorrow night, ten thirty eastern on ESPN. So that'd be that'd be a very short outing. Lebron James, listen, Dave Roberts said all hands on deck. So that me sandy Koufax may give them some endings Hideo Nomo come on down for Nando Valenzuela. Why not we say Orel Hershiser or her shots? Sure. Why not ending a to crack Okajima says Eric guy dodger game seven why not bring them down? Bullpens. Don, Don Newcombe goes to every game. See if he'd get about out the sunglasses. Hey have at it. Dodgers. If all hands are gonna be on deck. They have that pressure. I just have much faith right now. Milwaukee Brewers I picked the dodgers to win and six I just want. How much of that pressure is going to get to them now executives at Fox Sports on ESPN radio. Don't want to hear that. Because they want to see a Boston L A series B. I don't care who we see you gave me seven games or World Series. I'm in. I also know that I'm over there by myself compared to play over there for wanna see a Boston L A final. I get it. I understand it. I just want to see a great series. This has been a compelling series that many people have not been able to see because ratings are down for the bruising dodgers. So it's game. Seven. Those are the sweetest words in sports, and you get a dodgers team and a brewers team to terrific stories having at Imola walkie Bill park is going to be loud is going to a soccer game between man. United and Liverpool. That is going to be medieval how many people pay attention to ask the question. I can't wait to see get answered especially when comes the momentum. When Chris England. Join me here on Freddie and Fitz Simons on Freddie, Coleman on ESPN radio. He says momentum. Nobody really has that advantage. Even though the brewers are playing at home and the dodgers have all that pressure necessarily momentum. If you will because I I don't know that you carry momentum. If you're the dodgers, and you leave palm after game five and you come to Milwaukee for game six knowing that the brewers were lined up you deploy their best armed out of the bullpen and a game six the only thing they had really going was the fact that they couldn't be eliminated, you know, in the series tonight. The dodgers the brewers could. So that was the only momentum everything else pointed towards Milwaukee. Had a real good showing at home and pushing it to a game seven, and they were definitely able to do that tonight that that place was fantastic. Just hearing the noise on TV and Jason's Adler on Twitter. Colon ESPN says Miller park was rowdy tonight so loud and those on Friday night. What is it going to be like tomorrow night? Saturday night when they've had poetic chances the hassle environment inside of them even be Routier en- louder trying to push the Bruce to World Series for the first time in a minute. Don't forget on ESPN radio. Coverage begins with the first pitch at eight nine eastern time five oh nine on the west coast fun in Utah, even those early in the NBA season. And that seemed just right for Jimmy Butler is home debut in Minnesota vital. We're we're talking about next on ESPN radio and the ESPN app. ESPN.
"chris england" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"But I think at this point with what the news we're having, we're hearing in both guys are gonna play, even though the weather can be dicey in Denver, I think office a better play. Let's go to Chris. In Torrance, Chris, go ahead. Hey, guys, thanks for having me on. I have Matthew Stafford on a bye week this week. And I was wondering if I should pick up manning for tonight or another quarterback. I like you situation. You know, the weather's going to be probably determining factor in how he performs. It's. It's not the best that you Asian, but his track record against him Schwartz and the eagles defense coordinator there for Philadelphia play them twice. Last year threw for eight hundred yards and six thousand two games. Their defense on the road. So far against Tampa Bay and Tennessee, Marcus mariota and Ryan Fitzpatrick lift him up. So I think he wasn't a good spot. So if he's your best bet on waivers go with, let's go to Ian in Santa Clarita, Ian, go ahead. Yeah, flex position, non PR, marshawn Lynch or joined Alman. I think in a good game, how's the chance for good game this week? I'm always into the the the side things that go along with the game. You know, the extracurricular stuff and for him, I think revenge game will matter facing his former team first time. I know it's not in Seattle, so you're not going to get the same type of love in London that he would if he was going back to the Seattle Seahawks there, but their defense is giving up numbers. So you saw talk really gets gets, you know, big game three touchdown last week. So Lynch run well. And I think there's a good spot to trust. Let's go to Daniel in l. a. Daniel grad. Hey, thank you very much gentlemen. So the thing is that I have a trade offer on the table. I have Todd Gurley on my team and I've been offered Patrick Mahomes. I'm trying to think about it. I'm thinking about leveraging it with the deal for James. Connor, maybe Mark Ingram, what are your thoughts. I wouldn't give up any of those players from a homes as great as he's been, you know, quarterback play is just been fantastic if you can find guys. Not again that Mahomes level, but his best production is most likely behind him. They'll have some good games along the way and great games along the way, but you can find quarterbacks. I mean, we're seeing now game is Winston, for example, coming back from vilely coming off as a session. I think he's a better play the moment as we can particular and maybe better than in rest the way that's a stretch to say that, but that's just the way quarterback plays Vince well, don't trade any of those running back home. Here's a question online Hines or barber at running back. All you gotta go high and you know Marlin MAC may return, but Hinds has been ten tastic into passing game, Barbara's probably going to get back to Ronald zone, at least that would be the hope. Okay. Let's go to Chris England or a Chris. Hi. Yeah, I have a question to three renting bags and PR Aaron Jones. Lindsay or small with tonight. You know, giving them it's PT are I think you look at small woods because they'll use both guys probably in the same type of capacity climent in mall woodville he's gonna catch some passes. Lindy's gonna be a little bit better than that. Pinger Jones. The one thing that makes me excited about Aaron Jones's game flow. I think they're going to be beating the forty Niners at home in lambo a tough place to play for the opponent. The before knows run defenses in a little suspect and Mike McCarthy taken a lot of heat for not playing Jones more. So if you want to play it safe and go with Jones over maybe Lindsay who hasn't done a ton in the passing game. I'm fine with that. But all three guys are very similar. This Fred in north Hollywood quickly. Big band or Goff. I go big bang against the Bengals secondary. I think he has some success Chris in Long Beach quickly, go giddy, Wessberg Taylor, Gabriel or Tiki Qatui. One of the best names and football right now keeping t- would be my voice. He's done. He's been fantastic. The last two games playing the slot receiver. Perfect. And let me grab one more here, Tony and brand. Joni. Flex Amari or Geordie..
"chris england" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
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"chris england" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"930 four to eight two and you're going to want to talk to christy and she will answer all of your questions she's not pushy she's not gonna try to sell you anything for it how can i have before okay very affects how she's very very high very good she she really is in in uh well she'll do is she can actually send out our inspector christopher who can go ahead and look at the home helps constructed again answer all of your questions take a look at the the mice and any other pests that you have as well in rao all of that crown that mile word mark levin mice are actually pretty easy to control pray easy but give us a call and you will you know christie and just schedule an inspection it's free and it will come out will take a look at it again answer other questions were knock we're not pushy yeah chris fee and you and the machine i really have hope now yes all your yeah you'll be fine yeah but right so just give us a call in we'll we'll get you all set up thank you so much thank you you have a great weekend form new pair thank you bye bye bye all right let's go over to chris england rock is this my chris i don't handle tell me on my they off i thought you work today oh well my time up okay so yeah you worked yeah this morning will everybody this is christopher gooder john my son who is our uh lead inspector for everything that goes bump in the night and now i understand that you want to share a story that that the inspection that you did was it yet yes some of your it was not inspection i did it was the the phone call i got okay and uh um a client that we're working with now but the situation in your familiar with the other one but uh so basically to make a long story short i got a phone call yesterday as i do every day how 'bout that buck whom and um it was a woman and she had fog in her guy old boy one of the plane that she had a smartphone every uh but starbucks in toys and.
"chris england" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Is the yellowhammer news radio network i'm jay holland the house judiciary committee approved a bill today that will shorten the time of death penalty appeals the bill which had already clear the senate now goes to the house for and requires inmates to raise claims of ineffective counsel the same time as the inmates directive peel claiming trial errors senator cam ward republican alaba stir said appeals can take decades and there is abuse to drag out the appeals representative chris england democrat tuscaloosa argue that alabama would have executed an inmate which was later exonerated if the quicker process had been in place ray hinting was released in two thousand fifteen after nearly thirty years on alabama's death row the boys and girls club of west alabama in tuscaloosa named pamela parker as interim ceo today in the wake of the arrest for child porn of the former ceo parker said the board is currently looking for a permanent person for the position former ceo anthony bush turned in his resignation after you is charged for possessing child porn that was found on his work computer in the same massachusetts court where the late new england patriots player aaron hernandez was found guilty of murdering odin lloyd judge susan garnish erased the murder conviction today because hernandez killed himself before his appeal was heard the ruling could affect the civil case of odin lloyd family against hernandez estate and prosecutors say they plan to appeal what they call a quote archaic unquote.
"chris england" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Decision making questions that sessions refusal is on likely to put to rest i don't care national security correspondent david well thanks you're welcome our in alabama jets camp was a death sentence night over ruling injuries recommendation of life in prison alabama's the only see that still allows let's known as judicial override now the legislature supposed to as poised to a boller shared as td japan of never station w be a gem reports twenty percent of alabama death throw inmates were put their by judicial override so the some asking does the state trust it's injuries campbell for stir of the policy group alabama rise says right now i'm the answer is no it's kind of registered alabama doesn't trust a jury of your peters to make the right decision the alabama senate has passed one bell another is in the state house both measures would any judicial override and allowed series the final say in capital cases state representative chris england sponsored the house built he's spoke at a news conference this week and said it's embarrassing alabama is the only state to let judges overrule juries are mom is tell me sometimes there are some touching helping make making do the right thing but with this threshold today and i'm i'm i'm hopeful that we're actually going to do the right thing per capita alabama sends more people to death riled than any other state alabama's in love with the death penalty that's estar brown she's executive director of project hope a group that wants to a boller alabama step penalty round says this legislation is long overdue part of the problem she says judges are pressured to dole out harsh sentences who gave fiona looking fault you know and and cleveland are like you know in order and that means i wish them the anaheim another criticism in alabama judges are elected and during election years the rate of overrides those up get through baker who sponsored the senate judicial override bell says the numbers speak for themselves all the research shows that over half of overrides take place in election years in florida i'm one of the last holdouts of judicial override lawmakers ended the practice after the us supreme court last year ruled that florida sensing guidelines which are similar to alabama's were unconstitutional many lawmakers want to and you dish or over right here so they don't end up in court for enviar news i'm gigi dude.