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"christine brown" Discussed on Patriots Dynasty Podcast
"This is Christine Brown and while I have to listen to this podcast as my motherly duty, you have the choice not to my son's sometimes say some naughty things when they're trying to be funny. But really just being stupid you still want to listen go right ahead I am not your mother. Welcome back everybody. Dynasty podcast getting close to the end of the two thousand to see them are week fifteen. Has traveled to wear in Tennessee. Is it Nashville? Yeah Scott to be Nashville. Boys have you boys have been I have not. Nashville Tennessee to face the eighty five. Tennessee. Titans. The Patriots also eight and five. So this is a game that means a lot in the playoffs. And we will come across that soon enough at least for the Patriots. but before we get stuck in. Steve Brown would like to introduce your guest. Scott joining us not because he's the titans fan though just because. You heard how awesome trevor had here. So Areas I heard trevor on I got really Jealous Fella. got into one of them. we'll see how it goes but I I was also kind of titans fan just because they had like a cool logo. And Cool so was Steve. Actually. As I could draw the logo really well. FM. With a draw because like a child and. T but also like a sword, it was super cool the draw and then had like claim the shut off it. That's flames and I just thought it was a t with some stars around. Circle the red and blue flames coming off it. I'll really good at drawn the Falcons logo. Because it was like a straight line at the top, and then a curve at the bottom was super easy. fucked up with an impossible to draw impossible. The new not that bad it's easy. I don't know I'm terrible at that. I've had a lot of practice I bet,.
"christine brown" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Be for you with water now to talk to buddy seriously, where it all begins. Christine Brown Murphy is turning a lot. Of course, Zachariah Brown law for the early We're going to talk about the connection to Ruth Bader Ginsburg. My believe my opinion in just a moment. But, you know, you heard Christine talking about various court cases and the significance of this amazing woman who passed away at the age of 87. You know, for someone who did sports most of his life, and I've always been an advocate of title nine, and I always tried to make sure that Gave equal time to female athletes in sports, as opposed to just doing the traditional men's sports right. Well, to give you an idea how Ruth Bader Ginsburg Christine affected so many aspects of women in their lives, especially in the military, and I'm always talking about veterans and military in the academies. And how proud to say that you know women now being, you know, let into these academies, but Ginsberg, author. The court's opinion in the United States versus Virginia, which struck down the Virginia military Institute. Male only admissions policy is violating the equal protection caused clause of the 14th amendment. So whether people know it or not, she affected so many things, helping women break down barriers and drop knock down walls that almost seemed insurmountable for decades, right? Trey. Absolutely. Yeah. I mean, in that case it again, I think what's What is the message that we all need to take away from her? She didn't want women to be treated special. She didn't want them to be treated different. She wanted us to be treated equal. No special treatment, right? Um And you're right. The Virginia Military Academy case was was simply that It was an all male male school and women cannot apply that cannot be accepted. And they think you know her, even in her commentary in her opinion, it was simply that You know, most women won't be able to go. Most men won't be able to qualify. But the distinguishing factor whether people choose or can be accepted to the school should not be based on fact. Oh, yes, I mean, and I think that maybe one of her most prominent Supreme court cases was that she struck down the role at that school could only admit male So, Yeah, it has. She is definitely forged, forging the way for women. Um, you know, to have the opportunity whether they can ultimately meet the standards or not, That's going to be up to the person. It shouldn't be up to just simply based on their gender. Now what you do every day and you do it incredibly well, I think the best that's older line. Maybe she never did any thing to further the cause of elder law, But I just think of someone Who did what she did so long and throughout her life, prove one thing that when you turn 65 your life doesn't end and you can have a say You can have a statement. You should get respect because you give respect. I think she was a great beacon for people of the elder community fair statement. Oh, my God. Absolutely. You know, I was reading just knowing that I was coming on today. And as we all know, Justice, Scalia and justice were great buddies and they would vacation together and they were in France, You know, not too long together in France one and an RBG wass parasailing. And he said that one of us is going to fly away. Yes, yes. And so I think that yes, that is a testament. Not only do seniors when they reach 65 need to stop enjoying life or stop doing what it is that they're passionate about, but willing, the opposite. You continue doing what you can and you appreciate and enjoy life. I think she was definitely a bull model that I mean what 87 year old is going to be considered cool. Two people like your 19 year old daughter, right, You know, she was. She was a trendsetter Modern day icon certainly well made because the legacy of my late great mother and my sister's obviously still with us. I found a vet would be very cool and hip and on the edge and and and very relevant, and that's what I admired about her, and that's what gives me strength. You know, in that sixth decade to say you've got to keep pushing and you gotta keep moving forward. Listen final couple of minutes and I want to give it all to you. And to all of the attorneys out there who may be listening right now, men and women who obviously have such respect and admiration for her, So just how will you remember her? Christine? Yeah. You know, there was there was something that um you know, she was known as the great dissenter and you know when, when you aren't going along with the majority and the majority rules, so the majority wins, we often think well, what's the point of writing a dissenting opinion or having a dissenting opinion? And and I was reading this quote. Um, that that she published in And when Sandra Day O'Connor in 2006 retire from the Supreme Court, the Supreme Court move more to the right. So she began rather than just publishing or filing her her dissenting opinion. She began to read them into the record, and she would read them into the record because she said she wanted to explain to the majority. Why it wass that You were wrong in the hopes that someday the court has a blind spot that the eyes will open tomorrow. And, you know, I just think that so much of Of what we see happening today. You know, we think. Oh, my goodness. Things are easier. This is wrong. Or this isn't good or what? But we just hope that there's always a brighter and better future tomorrow. So what you do today And what what you do You know what you've done in the past may not be relevant somehow may have, you know a significant impact on your future and how I will personally remember RBG is that She has given me a woman like me and my sisters and my daughter and opportunity to achieve what it is that we desire to do most in our lives, and the only obstacle in life is going to be ourselves, not our gender. I'm not the bias because they're a woman, not because we get pregnant. It's going to be simply just our own. Self motivation. That could be our only limiting factor on DH women like me and all over the world today are just they think grateful for someone like her against you the once in a lifetime, Um, person that comes through and made fundamental change to make our lives better. Christine Brown Murphy Zachariah Brown. Thank you so very much in great contributions to her legacy today on my show, Okay? All right. Thanks So much. Have a great weekend. She She's pretty incredible folks. And I think we we chose right in putting her on the air. Today. She did really well and give us a lot of insight. We'll talk more about Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Melinda will have the latest on that. And Maurren just a couple minutes with the news at 7 30..
"christine brown" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"So if you want to talk about that, I really think it's something we should discuss today. And I should get your thoughts. Because this is this is a great American. This is someone that Passes this way, Not too often, and I don't know how long it's going to be before we have someone. Of that kind of quality. She? She was very important to many. I I don't know. It's just that we we've lost many Supreme Court justices in my lifetime on dive always been a fan of the law. This goes back 2025 years, many guest with me on the radio and television at times. But there was just something there about this. This is the magic of her and how she just I don't know. She never ever Back down. She just always stood up and did her job and let's face it. We all have family members who've gone through various cancers. And all of the treatments and things we've seen firsthand and it's not for the faint of heart and to be able to push through it. And I think that speaks volumes for who she wass. So 8663 down 1 10 20. Let's dedicate most of the program to her today. Give me your thoughts about her. I'd love to hear from you. I think it be the right thing to do today. We've got some other things we can get to us Well, but we've got two great guest again. Coming up after the local news at 6 30. Melinda Roeder is here, and she'll have everything on this story throughout the day, but we're going to be joined by Kimberly Robinson, who's the single senior legal editor for Blue Bird law, She'll be with us after local news at 6 30. And then a good friend Christine Brown Murphy, attorney of Law, Of course from Zachariah Brown after local news at seven. All right, we're going to talk to Tom. Next. I'd love to hear from you 866391 10 20 talking about the passing Of Ruth Bader Ginsberg next Do you have tax problems? Tax problems are a lot of people's dirty little secret. And there are tons of companies out there promising fast solutions that we all know are too good to be true. Well, I'm not here to tell you that I'm here to tell you the truth..
"christine brown" Discussed on Patriots Dynasty Podcast
"This is Christine Brown, and while I have to listen to this podcast as my motherly duty, you have the choice not to my son's sometimes say some naughty things when they're trying to be funny. But really just being stupid you still want to listen go right ahead I am not your mother. Welcome back in late two pages dicey podcast like to extend a especially. Warm. Welcome to my brother Stephen who decided to join us as weak. Any 'cause he decide fuck off to. Vacation somewhere. What do you think? Greg. Does on vacation. Fetched Shitload Nothing. He. Hates doing nothing though. Those price sitting there right now being know shit I should have gone on the podcast I should brought my mic on vacation with me. But he did bring because he's still up north and last recorded. Episode. Yeah. When when he and I were together. So we has it. Sounds about right greg taking five weeks off. Yeah, exactly. Including from the PODCAST. So speaking of of. Time off this week is. Not, the by we didn't really work. House. Trying to figure out how to integrate that I. Don't know if you've been on vacation I think. Dante culpepper where she was. Can I still reach out? You're not your best. Apparently I'm still invocation to how about that. So, this is a as I've alluded to badly a few times. The Vikings coming to town two, thousand and two week twelve. Week Tom Brady Like. We never play the Vikings. This is one of the teams that you. Don't see. It's it's true I was thinking that when I was watching how many games could there possibly be? Even think of another vikings game. I can think of one. Show not necessarily I think before. Tom Brady era the one thing. With. The Vikings had the best run defense and the Patriots came out swinging it. I don't know. So yeah, nothing. Let's see Minnesota. Vikings. Go to the Patriots Dynasty I. Page. Clash, clash Lurch Search Slash Games Patriots played the Vikings. Six Times what? Including two thousand. So the year before we started doing this. They played them and then this year to, and then you every four years that makes sense Oh six Oh, ten, ten, two, thousand, ten to fourteen, twenty, eighteen. Or I remember two, thousand, eighteen not this past season before I don't remember this at all. Okay. Incident close you remember Kirk cousins no I mean I remember when the Redskins. Yeah No, I remember I remember. Gave me because. The Patriots unleash there. Are there's so many names for the AMOEBA defense. Nobody lines up like with their hand down on the ground. And just kind of milling around so the and the offense can't figure out WHO's rushing. And they did it against Kirk cousins and he had no answer for it because that was the year I think Adam. Feeling was like leading the League and touchdown receptions and you had like one catch that game or something. Ridiculous. Typical Patriots game I'm not debating that they played remember the at all or any other Vikings Game I. Remember this one. No I, remember this one at all and there's big names in this to..
"christine brown" Discussed on Patriots Dynasty Podcast
"This is Christine Brown, and while I have to listen to this podcast as my mother Judy, you have the choice not to my son's sometimes say some naughty things when they're trying to be funny but really just being stupid you still want to listen go right ahead I am not your. Pages, does he podcast? It is Thursday July twenty, third? Twenty. Twenty. But today we're going to be taking you back to Sunday November tenth two, thousand and two. Were saying the date of their according now, I just throw it in there just to see. All kinda feel. A. They unearth the records of mankind in this podcast is held up as the sterling example of humanity. Then it'll be good to have a date runners. On. Their. What will happen I'm.
"christine brown" Discussed on Patriots Dynasty Podcast
"This, is Christine Brown and while I have to listen to this podcast. As my motherly duty, you have the choice not to my son's sometimes say some naughty things when they're trying to be funny, but really just being stupid. You still want to listen. Go right ahead. I am not your mother. Years Ago I know as A. fucking Fonda you microphone no. Me! Whoever's making the noise? Microphone is next to my desk. I have a true podcast. Set up four my. Warm glow of Tom Brady pitchers. Welcome to the pages ninety podcast, and for those you've been listening all through welcome back. We are week five, the two thousand two NFL season. Patriots have traveled to Miami to visit the three and one dolphins page also three in one. But not for long for either these teams. Let's talk about these fucking Miami. fucking dolphin showy well way our acknowledge a mistake you made there. He said they're both three and one, but no long. Bye Bye bye defacto that they're playing a game. Let me three months. That's what I was meaning. They're both GONNA habit different record at the end of this game. PODCAST. Will find out what those records are okay. Or we can ruin it now. Let you know that. the New England patriots. Lose this game I get doubled up by a score of twenty six thirteen. This is like the. Longest losing streak of our dynasty so clearly they lost so far. It is where to ruin that Steve. What? Everyone knows tip periods when the pages lost the most games in a row. True, have you learn how many games it is yet? No don't tell me how I WANNA be surprised when we win again. That we're going to lose a bunch. About I don't know how many I don't remember. How long streak lasted. Do you ever do you have like a Ballpark in your mind? What you think is going to be rushing, I think are we ended up nine and seven right?.
"christine brown" Discussed on Patriots Dynasty Podcast
"This is Christine Brown and while I have to listen to this podcast. As my motherly duty, you have the choice not to my son's sometimes say some naughty things where they're trying to be funny, but really they're just being stupid. You still want to listen. Go right ahead I am not your mother. Welcome back! Loyal listeners. Keep listening. Keep doing this and now we're doing a second season. This is the two thousand two NFL season and we're starting here week. One Patriots Banner Night's. Opening their new stadium with a skip debris, season or what? Did you wash a preseason? I watched every game. On kmby, grow Han. Davies Future. Let. Let's back a little bit because we could talk about some offseason stuff censuses week one. There were some there was some big changes in the off season. The biggest one being drew bledsoe is no longer a New England patriots. and has gotten traded to the bills. Light Up Green your don't. Going up north to the buffalo is an Orchard Park. New York Yep wider pastures. Of Greenery happening up, there don't think but I'm sure we'll see him. A in future episodes, but yeah, let's talk about S-. Off Season what happens, there was. Some interesting. There wasn't really anybody else who got. Glenn CEO Ida. Off to the packers which we talked about the office in our. Last season with the the bi week deep dive Atari Gwen. We're actually. And not well on the packers I don't think but then. We'll get back to his normal. Productive self when he would reconnect with bill. parcells on the cowboys Andrew Buds triplets as well. Yes, he would, also you yeah, they would all get back together gang. Also big loss Rod Rutledge the was he the leading tight end. In two thousand one I think he may have. Deals because he was the only tied achy colony until the playoffs. Role True, then our boy. Way Germain wigand. What does he do connery now. is He still on the radio? Hey. I think? I know I. Don't think it's on radio. I think he's on the wait. Is Wigan on math I thought he was on like one of those late nights. He knows on Boston side I think he was on the morning. Show took over for Who is the racist Tahhan? Yeah. Yeah I think he took over for him at races. Talk show host in Boston yeah. They brought in. They got well as him and whoever the other guy was. Who was always Minahan? Yeah, I liked million. He to. he got old.
"christine brown" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
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"christine brown" Discussed on Patriots Dynasty Podcast
"This is Christine Brown. And while I have to listen to this podcast as my motherly duty you have the choice not to my sons and of course my sometimes say some naughty things trying to be funny but really just being stupid. You still want to listen. Go right ahead. I am not your welcome to week. Fifteen episode fifteen pages. Dasy podcast going back and we're still in the two thousand one season getting towards the end of the season. Boys how you feel good. It's been a marathon. You still with me so far well every so often sure. Mike Morrison has been here pretty much every week. Yeah I don't think greg both on one for like five weeks fuck. I think you're right. Yeah has been a while. No we have a fucking. I don't know just trying to hold down the fort here. Yeah what were we what we do without you? Mike. I mean you've done it a couple of times already so I think you'll be just on Jesus saying that that's true you've now you've done it. Yeah stevie hates you already. So that's keep poking that bear. I mean out of pastimes poking barest try to maybe butter you up a little bit battery bribery all right. Yeah I mean. Steve Does have a history of his pastime being angering people for funding theoretically profit. But only gay.
"christine brown" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
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"christine brown" Discussed on Patriots Dynasty Podcast
"This is Christine Brown. And while I have to listen to this podcast as my motherly duty. You have the choice. Not My sons and of course Michael sometimes say some naughty things trying to be funny but really just being stupid. You still want to listen. Go RIGHT AHEAD. I am not your mother. This is episode four. I suppose of the Patriots Dicey podcast. Today we're doing the two thousand one season week. Four against the Miami Dolphins and we have a pared-down crew today. It's myself and Mr Mellow. The brothers are off gallivanting somewhere. I was thinking. Yeah Yeah I mean. It's Greg's birthday so him Aga pass..
"christine brown" Discussed on 1A
"Well back to our conversation now how about Iowa and its first in the Nation Caucus Status Democrats including many in Iowa are questioning the state's traditional privacy in presidential politics. Some Iowans feel. It's Justin Right. Voters and other states think the process is unfair with me. Is Holly Christine Brown. The Asian Pacific Islander Caucus Chair for the Iowa the Democrats she's a critic of the Iowa Caucus and shocked big. Nikki is the chair of the Polk County Iowa Democrats. He's here to defend the process. And we've been hearing from lots what's of you. We got a voicemail from a listener whose a defender of the Iowa caucus even though he sometimes wishes his own state had more influence when it comes to national national politics this is from Champaign Illinois. I think that it's reasonable for the parties to continue holding early primaries in Iowa and New Hampshire their their purpose in holding. The primaries is identify. Candidates we'll be viable in the swing states. The states that really decide the election Iowa and New Hampshire are key swing states yes they are demographically representative of many of the others and it's less expensive to conduct a campaign there than it is in the larger state like Ohio Pennsylvania Florida. Although I'd like it if my state had more influence in national politics I think that this system is a reasonable one given what the parties are trying to accomplish. Holly What's what's the problem with Iowa's first in the nation status we've established that the fairness of it and whether I was representative tentative. Do you think that it damages Democrats ability to win. Look a big part of why Democrats go to the caucuses in Iowa is to try to pick the winner. Send that person to the to the general election who in this case can beat president trump. Do you think that there's a flaw in the process that makes it harder to new propel the winner absolutely when you look at the polls of what we're seeing in Iowa. Compared to what we're seeing in other states those polls roles are so wildly different that taking the the results of Iowa and saying. Oh my gosh. But look at how they did in Iowa but that's not representative of what the rest of the nation is feeling about these candidates and so I don't necessarily think that looking to Iowa. Yeah sure we gotTA acted shake hands and get our babies kissed but is is that a really good idea of you know how people feel and you know I feel you. Holly I feel your Sean Sean. Let me ask you about this. This dynamic you were quoted in a recent political article saying I think we need to select a nominee. Hey you said it here. We need to select a nominee who loves Iowa like Obama. Loves Iowa. Now forget about Iowa. What does that mean for the rest of the election and for Iowa's ability to pick the winner? I mean that means that. We need to have presidential candidates candidates in the Democratic Party who can talk anywhere in America not just on the coast not just a big rallies and crowds but at the fish fries and the soups uppers. That Obama excelled at Iowa has one third of our voters in Iowa voted for Brock Obama Barack Obama and Donald Trump we have more swing counties than any any other state in America. We are one of the bellwether states for American politics. And you can't come here and engage in the retail politics and do well. Then you probably won't be a very good presidential candidate and you probably won't be a very good president either Holly I. I want you to address one of the key. Parts of the debate here you. The people of course have mentioned. The candidates have color who've dropped out of the race Cory Booker Kamala Harris Walking pardon me. Julio Castro didn't do well in Iowa but it is also true. They didn't really Paul very well. Anywhere else either. A lot of experts on this show have said Yes yes. I was not diverse. That's part of it but the other part that you can't ignore is the voters of color who have been polled. Didn't support those candidates either and that's why they're gone. Not Because of Iowa. A lot of that is safety and name recognition. When you're a minority voter you're voting for the person? Can you feel is the safest option and sometimes that means that. You can't necessarily vote for the person that you want onto that you agree with the most or that you may necessarily think is the best. President Biden has the biggest name recognition because he was the vice as president of the United States. So we see he's seen as a safe bet by minority voters no Sean. You're quoted voted in an article in politico. That has a lot of people inside Iowa wondering that if I awoke doesn't pick the winner pick the person who goes on to either get the nomination the nation and or beat Donald Trump that Iowa's first in the nation str- status will indeed be threatened. Now there's a version of this conversation. Maybe that goes on every cycle. It seems like it's a lot more serious this time. Is that a real risk. You know it sounds like it's a perennial conversation every four years in every four years. We're absolutely certain that we're going to lose. The Iowa caucuses again so I don't know how real or unreal it is this time But you know I I would say it seems like it's more of a critical critical factor that we're talking about this time for sure. And that's why you know to Holly's point we're trying to make this a much better caucus experience. Instead of always being church basements we're we're renting wells fargo arena tonight. We're renting join university. Were renting the Drake University. NAP Center Every bus in Des Moines tonight. We'll be running free for caucus-goers arcus goers were providing child care at a lot of our sites Last night at our headquarters we were building chairs because we had chair requests with arms and we wanted to make sure that everybody everybody had though so We do feel the pressure and we're committed to making the process as good as we can this time because we know that the whole world's watching you say you feel the pressure. Describe for for me. What the debate is like in the the back rooms discussions among political operators like you like holly inside of Iowa if Iowa it does not succeed in picking the person who beats Donald Trump? What are those conversations really like is the anxiety real as far as the insider conversations and despite my title I'm not really privy to those conversations But I can say at least on the ground with the activist and the organizers that we cater to You you know people really don't want to lose Iowa. There is a culture here that it's important to do it that it's important to be engaged that you need to go to the state fair and see these candidates handed that you need to go to the two thousand events or the last two years and meet the candidates and part of the reason folks are are associated about it and are so undecided is because they value tell you their vote so much that they only want to give it to the best person after. They've met them several times. Talk to them and compare it everybody else and there are very few states where people take take it that seriously and care about it that much. Hollywood are those conversations like for you. What have you heard Is it real this time if Iowa Democrats don't pick the person person who defeats Donald Trump is the Iowa caucus really endanger of going away. Will I hope so. And I'm sure yeah that'll get me in trouble but no honestly I. I don't know that the outcome is the linchpin here. I think it's the fact that we're having having this conversation. And we're seeing so many of the problems cropping up particularly with this caucus. Sean just mentioned that you know in the moines they'll have buses running and they were building shares. But I'm chairing a precinct a small precinct in a small county and You Know I. They had to reach out to another precinct shared just to get the accessibility forms last night. I don't know if I have anybody. I have to make accommodations funds for and this is the kind of thing that we're struggling with. And if this is the same day day of caucus that if these are the kinds of things that I'm having to reach out about and this is supposed to be our best effort I I don't know if this is something that we can really Continue to do well. Well let's talk solutions. Look we talked about the potential of a national primary representative but awfully expensive having other states go first which might be the more representative but might present other problems. Sean a lot of people have asked us whether you shouldn't just have like a rotation system. Sure let Iowa Go. I sometimes highs but have some sort of system where the types of states that are going I is on a rotational basis. And there's more by what do you think about that. Yeah and rotational could make some sense for sure You know it would probably be best to have it rotate between the states. That no that they're gonNA be rotated because you know. This isn't a process that we start start planning for a couple of months ago or even a year ago in Polk County. We've been preparing for the twenty twenty caucuses for three years. Now we've been having meetings about it. We've been making preparations about it so I'd want to make sure that people have several years notice to get ready before they do. So we have one hundred seventy seven precincts in just my county alone. Which means I am? One hundred seventy seven chairs one hundred seventy seven locations after train every single one of them. We fined ten volunteers for every single. One of them Just the cost for printing insights. It's for my county is twenty five thousand dollars of her own pocket just today so It's not something that you take easily by any means. Well it's it's time to turn Dr is towards the Caucasus tonight themselves but holly before we go I have one last question. Look as you know. The parties are getting more polarized as you know the Democratic Party in addition to becoming more diverse is becoming increasingly urban focused. A lot of people would say Iowa has its problems. But if you don't have it you're going to have a Democratic Party that focuses on the city's and forgets about the rural areas. What do you think I think that we can? There are more issues linked together than people realize The climate issues in rural areas are the same name kind of issues that people are facing urban areas. And we just need to see how those are linked together you know what if you're having water quality issues in Iowa. Water quality issues are happening in Flint. And you know those that's a that's something that we can all rally around and find some solidarity and and we don't have to keep ourselves separate on those things. We're all fighting for the same thing I owens are going going to churches and high school gyms across the state tonight too caucus. There's always pressure to pick the right person. Maybe that anxiety is a little more intense this year as is more and more people both inside Iowa and outside Iowa are questioning whether Iowa needs to keep going I holly Kristen Brown Asian Pacific Civic Islander Caucus Chair.
"christine brown" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"People, you know, in your community who make Pittsburgh work. This is Pittsburgh works on Katie radio. Eight minutes after seven, it's Pittsburgh works. I'm Eddie crow. And I was really excited. I check the schedule. When I found out, I was working today, and I knew that there was a Pittsburgh works today, and that could it could be anything, and then I saw that it was the elder elder law attorneys. And I said, oh, you know what maybe I'll get to see Christine, or maybe I'll get to see Jen and. You guys come Walkin and good to see against good to see you. You know, according to the opening monologue, there, it says that we are the movers and shakers. You know, so that's what we are here to entertain you and for the next hour between your jacket and jams necklace. There was no doubt who showed up to entertain dressed to impress actually elder law attorneys of Zachariah and Brown, Jen Biddle is my guest Christine Brown. Murphy is my guest. Let's start with a really basic simple question that I've been putting off from a number of years. But I suspect, I need to at least think about it a little bit. When do I need to call you as an elder law attorney? That's a question. You know, really? We call ourselves elder law attorneys, really, we do help folks across the spectrum, and we wouldn't classify you Eddie as elder. But really, it's so nice. We told you, we didn't make this hour really quick. Maybe. Okay. Okay. So but we do help folks with all phases of estate planning. I mean, we have plenty of clients, who maybe just how to child don't have children, helping them plan for all those different phases of life. And so.
"christine brown" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210
"Talk radio twelve ten. The president blasted the latest investigation by Democrats as a witch hunt. He's damn right. It is. It's also a nonstop assault. That's going to help them. Get reelected. Which is what they don't really understand. Or maybe they just don't care. I don't know. I'm not really sure. Look the average person you drive by Chick-fil-A. You see how many people are Chick-fil-A? We and we call it the hate chicken. But it's it's not it's a wonderful place. But the left hates Chick-fil-A and. You go to the DNC and everybody's lined up a sold out of the Chick-fil-A because everybody wants to eat it. But they decry it over the religious beliefs of the founder of Chick-fil-A, they've never they've never ever discriminated against a gay person. They don't make you pass a heterosexual tests before you can order like their chicken, they serve everybody gay straight LGBTQ ABCD all of it. But there was a college in New Jersey and rider university. They tried to block Chick-fil-A from coming to campus. And because of that now a dean is stepping down from her position claiming decision clashes with our values as a Christian woman. Following rider university's decision to block a Chick-fil-A from coming to campus. Edina, stepping down claiming that the decision clashes with her values as a Christian woman. Now, I want you to think about this for a moment. College banning a restaurant from coming to campus because they say, we don't think you pass all the liberal check boxes. Check marks Sydney. Newman the dean of the college of business administration explained in a February fourteenth letter to faculty that she'd resigned from a role as dean, we'll continue to stay at writers. A professor starting in September. She said. You know, I felt like I had been punched in the stomach when I read the statement because I'm a very committed Christian. She said in a video with campus reform Chick-fil-A. Corporate purpose statement is to glorify God to be faithful stewards who all its entrusted to them and have a positive influence on everyone who comes into contact with them. And I would say that mirrors my personal beliefs perfectly. The university had previously sent to serve as a students asking for them to vote top choices for restaurant provider Chick-fil-A are merged as one of the top contenders. However, a second survey did not include Chick-fil-A, the university explained in November, quote Chick-fil-A was removed is one of the options based on the company's record widely perceived to be an opposition to the LGBTQ community. In November twenty eight thousand Email announcement to the campus of the restaurant chains corporate values have not sufficiently progressed enough to align with those of writer. See this is what the left does is you have to completely agree with the left on everything. Otherwise, you're not welcome there. And if you if you even deviate a little bit, you're not you're not allowed to be there. So Chick-fil-A doesn't discriminate. They don't ever ask. They're the nicest people, I've never once had a Chick-fil-A person not be incredibly kind. And they've never one time suggested that the gay people can't eat or the gaze going back or no I they've never there's never been an incident of them not hiring somebody because of their sexuality nothing. But the founder of Chick-fil-A believes in traditional marriage, traditional marriage matching a man and a woman, I could care less who marries who it's it's one of the least concerns in my life. But man, will I fight to defend his beliefs. And you know, what that's not good enough for the left. You can't even believe that. You can't even believe that. If you believe that like, if you believe that marriage between a man and a woman, then your restaurant has no place on their campus or anywhere for that matter. Because once again, you have not accepted all of their orthodoxy. You have to accept all of it. You can't you cannot deviate a second. So this professor said, well, I'm not going to be dean that I'm not going to be part of this anymore. Good for her. She's stepping up for her values. The university has maintained that its decision against Chick-fil-A is not an attack on Christian members of the community while we respect Dr Newman's personal decision. We maintain that decision about choosing an on campus. Restaurant franchise was in no way, judgment on religious values said Christine Brown, the university's associate vice president of marketing and communications, rather our intention was to foster a sense of respect and belonging of all members of the campus community. Including those who identifies LGBTQ plus. But what about those who are Christian and believe in marriage being between a man and woman. That's not welcome on campus. You understand that belonging as a member of the community is not welcome. So you're welcome. As members of the community as long as you agree with everything. The left says you have to agree with otherwise, you're actually not welcome. Because a welcoming environment on the community would say, well, listen, I mean Chick-fil-A follows all the laws they don't discriminate. But the owner they're closed on Sunday. They have certain religious beliefs, and that's welcome in our community as well. I mean, isn't that what inclusivity would all be about? Well, we welcome as well. You don't have to agree with Chick-fil-A? You don't have. They're not stopping you from getting gay married. They're not stopping anyone from getting gay married. They just they they have their beliefs. They have Christian beliefs. It's why they don't work on Sundays. Why you cannot get a Chick-fil-A and Sunday, and sometimes they will serve if there's a catastrophic event because they're also an amazing company that serves people all the time too. But the fact that they have beliefs that differ with what the left has decided are the the right values for everybody to have means that they cannot be part of the campus community. Now. What the dean said she said she took about three weeks to consider her decision to step down as a dean. She sent a statement to the faculty explaining her choice to leave. She said I couldn't put myself in a situation where I would be in any way seen complicit when an affront to my Christian values has been made Nolan groups opinions values are believed should be elevated over anyone else's. We should be able to respectfully disagree when it comes to values and ideologies and an open letter responding to her resignation the writer writer student, Charlie fury, a senior musical theater major from TOMS river asserted. That riders decision was not a judgmental one. But rather a choice based on a need to ensure that LGBTQ students are welcomed there has not been ever a case of Chick-fil-A not welcoming and LGBTQ student or anybody for that matter. There hasn't been one. He noted that the LGBTQ community still endorse violence and pain regularly pointing to a survey from gay, lesbian and straight education network. They found four and five LGBTQ students reported experiencing harassment related to their sexual orientation or identity. How many of them experienced that fillet zero zero? But again, if you do not agree with the left's orthodoxy on everything, you're not welcome there. You're not allowed to be there. And you know, it's it's it's insane to me. But this is what they do. They don't actually respect other beliefs. They don't actually respect other opinions. They banned other opinions, and they banned beliefs that they don't like they're just outright ban them. And so the Christian belief of marriage is not welcome on their campus. Now, I'd be the first person to tell you that if Chick-fil-A was actually discriminating against people or Chick-fil-A was was refusing to serve gay people. I would say, yeah, I agree with the college. But that's not what they're doing. It's their beliefs. They don't like how dare they believe they shouldn't work on Sunday. And how dare they believe that marriage should be between a man and a woman. And that's why I laugh at this tolerance the left pretends to be tolerant. They're not tolerant of anybody who disagrees with them. They're not period. This is why it is that Joe Biden had to issue an apology after he said, Mike Pence was a decent. Man. You can't even say a guys decent if he has Christian beliefs that conflict with the left's beliefs. It is an absolute orthodoxy, you must believe in every single way, shape or form. That's it. You're not welcome. And like, I said, I see you marry whoever you want you go live your life. You have fun. And you do whatever you want. I mean, that's your life. That's your thing. But then why are you banning my ability to get delicious chicken on the college campus? If I go to school there. So who's actually discriminating against who here? Eight five five eight three nine twelve ten eight five five eight three nine twelve ten. That's set. Of course, the DNC you could not find a Chick-fil-A sandwich. Because all the Democrats were eating Chick-fil-A. You remember that trying to get a sandwich? Unbelievable. It was all it was all gone. Remember, we were starving. And then there was no Chick-fil-A left. They were out. They were out of the hate chicken completely out of the hate chicken. Well, we call it love chicken, right? We do love we do for love chicken. But I laugh a hate chicken. You know, it's like it's like the chicken runs away from people. Like, I don't like you and chicken runs get over. Here. You little hate chicken. People are trying to find out how their chicken live their life, though. We have a story that I'll share with you a little.
"christine brown" Discussed on KOMO
"With you and of course Big story is, the election primary election I want to run. Through a few of the top vote getters tonight. This is a top two primaries will do the top two for each one that I have here US Senate for Washington Maria Cantwell fifty five percent Susan Hutchison twenty four percent, of the top two district eight, Representative Dino Rossi the. Republican Kim schreier follows you're right on the coattails or Jason Ritter riser so those two, Democrats their proposition a, tax Levy fingerprint ID is being approved at fifty six percent district one Representative Susan Dell Benny at sixty percent Jeffrey Bieler the Republican twenty-five. Percent Rick Larsen district to Democrats. Sixty six percent boy and, the rest are, just sort of scattered in the single. Digits there. Rick Larsen way out ahead lie it looks, like uncle mover. And Gary Franko the independent both have eight, percents that race so it's a little. Too close to Call for the second US. Representative district third district three Jimmy, Butler forty-one percent, look at that Caroline long democrat thirty, seven percent and US Representative, district Ford, Dan new House Republicans. Sixty two percent Christine Brown at thirty eight percent district five Cathy McMorris Rogers forty eight percent this is the upset of the night may be Lisa Brown, the democrat forty seven percent well. Just as the first election returns were coming in we, spoke with Republican strategist Randy Pepple. Gave us some of his first impressions Compelling candidate I mean not getting fill defiling weaken may really think Hamsun her and and nationally the Republican Does that other targets in states over there are democratic incumbents that Hi republican Potentially, so I it's tougher than what was Underperforming one At, six point nine percent here in the ninth district in, King County, fellow democrat a, young woman Seriousness over twenty percent of the vote running, as a, socialist against him That was interesting that Smith did outspending you're. Probably tend to one could only get that level of barely over fifty and then Jimmy Butler down in the third congressional district publican congresswoman only at forty percent Three point six Yeah there are still a couple of counties that remain to be counted, down that area but it's not gonna change, it And she's running into Long and be away Boy Lisa, Brown's poor performance against, McMorris Rogers over in, Spokane in eastern Washington, district Aletha Brown, at under forty percent, at under thirty nine Of course Rogers at hall and well on her way to real. Numbers changed of course right after we spoke and they're almost neck and neck there, in Spokane, democratic strategists Kathy Allen has slightly different take than Randy. Pepple on tonight's return only this is less than half the votes that. Are in and I think that usually the votes that come in the latest are those that are more likely to be for Democrats in any way in at least at eastern Washington that has been. The case what I can tell you is that it's been a night of smaller surprises and things way too close to actually be making wide, sweeping, state but but I'll do. That anyway the important part about it is that I do see that those congressional races ended up being much closer than most people would have in -ticipant and particularly the Spokane race with Cathy. McMorris Rogers I gotta say that even Caroline long and taking a look at Jaime. Herrera Butler I gotta tell you that race is within six percentage points that, is very Very good there hasn't been, a race, that close in a long time down there in the. Third as far as we see the the rest of those numbers I. Would say that the Senate races no surprise we didn't assume it would be I gotta say the other part is that when it comes to the state Senate there are interesting ones teddy cooter doing. Extremely well over Rodney Tom we also see Mark Milosa with the Democrats with an if you take the two democratic scores there you'll find that, they, are a not to be. Able to be to Malaysia who is under just about forty five percent say that what it looks like right now is there are four different Republican members of the Senate and four in the. House that looked to me to be in trouble I gotta say that it does, bode well at terms of what we're looking at as far as more pas Visited Blue Wave music that you're hearing throughout. The the the country tonight I, mean it's been a good night for Democrats here what we. Also see I. Gotta get put a plug in for Julie wise the King County elections. Official who went, ahead and basically said she was, going to actually pay for, the postage stamps looks like that one, movie is going to result in a up. To a ten percent increase in primary vote total has Kathy Allen of course it, will hear more from Randy Pepple and Kathy Allen through the night. Balanced began showing up early and they are still coming in at state elections office secretary of state, Kim Wyman says there are no surprises as far as turnout is concerned under turn out is coming in the. Way I would expect it to I still am optimistic that we're going to get into the fortieth percentile in terms of turn out by a certification and there's a number of reasons. For that a lot of people voted today neither put their ballots in the mail or into a dropbox so We'll have a better feel I think or the final turn out probably Wednesday or Thursday. But there's still a lot about that won't be coming and I think she expects them November primary we'll have a, very high voter turnout KOMO news time nine. Twelve and tonight Texas Rangers beat, the Mariners eleven to four down in Arlington Texas hey homo..
"christine brown" Discussed on Novel Targets
"Fees findings motel. Oh, willy of come. Visit quad resistance. Don't lose says, it may depend on whether the immune response was tricky. But just won the election. You could have an overwhelming response to one engine or you could just have a little bit towards lots of them, and that may be different in different patients. And if it turns out that it's that complex that'll be hard to know how to generalize phenomenon across all patients. If you can kind of have either sort of version would then when you go to resistance because even more complicated because if resistance is you'll lose that one dominant. How do you readjust that one clone to get it back? Whereas if it's resistance always little ones that may be a completely different mechanism. We just don't know we need better annotation of patients who become resistant to me, no therapy. And those are very hard to get patient doesn't have much incentive to get a tumor biopsy. If you just told them the drug doesn't work anymore. How will we keep track of a patient's immune profile as it changes with treatment? That's the story for another episode. But loss of antigens as a means of immune escape is also seem not so for P. We heard about this back in episode eight from delta group. He's one of the pine is in the field of therapy for pediatric acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Halo. My name is Steven Greg. I'm a pediatric psychologists a children's hospital Philadelphia, we've looked into the mechanism antigen loss. And it's particularly sophisticated an evil the way these leukemia cells do this a lot of the changes are spliced variations. So there are at the Arna level. They're not genetic loss of CIT and most of the cases we can detect spice variations patients who never relapse, and we can detect splice variation patients do relapse. So it's not predictive if we want to increase the percentage of Joe Bill remissions, we've caught T so for how will we have come unto loss? And so I think the the real way to do this is to consider more than one target. And so I think a lot of us are thinking about the potential for adding a second target to get that tiny baseline CD nineteen negative cells out of the way and one of the ones that has propose for that purpose to CD twenty two and two. Footing teasha for is not just restricted to blood Kansas such as well as we'll hear in the moment. Christine Brown is professor of immunotherapy at city of hope national medical center in California. She's a pioneer in a field of cotija for P for brench humus that just Leo blessed? Duma cheapie is commonly known. Her presentation ACO blew me away. It was one of my highlights that meeting plead just recently published a case report of a patient with multi focal GBM in which we were able to deliver Carty cells that recognize specific receptor, I'll thirteen receptor alpha two, and we delivered the cells into his CSF and saw regression of multiple lesions in his brain as well as a large lesion in his spine. It's really a remarkable finding I mean, Cleo bless is one of the most difficult tumor types to treat and so we've been really focused on trying to develop an optimized cartesian therapies to treat this important unmet medical need. And so we're treating patients that are at second third fourth line of recurrence. These are patients that really don't have any other. Other therapeutic options, and so we're testing the safety of cartesian delivered locally into the tumor itself or into the sea Assaf, this Rupel spinal fluid, and you know, this is really a first in human. And so we weren't sure what we were going to see. And so this individual came to city of hope really his unconscious told him he had only two months to live any came in our nurse surgeon. Dr Ben embody who's the clinical PI for this trial respected, three of his five tumors in his brain, and we actually infused cartesian L's into his largest tumor legion. And we were encouraged because we saw no relapse or progression near the site of tesol infusion and really for most patients, usually see disease progressing, right at the edge of the respected cavity. Instead his tumor were cavity which just collapsing on itself. And so no one has ever given. Been cartels into the CSS ever. The my group's preclinical data really provided proof of concept that this might be an attractive way of of allowing these cells to traffic to multi focal disease, which was really his clinical setting..
"christine brown" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"It all day a lot has a good shot prep today i mean that's all they were talking about christine brown and the writer for the washington post i don't know she still is a writer for washing pressed anyway she's she's famous for writing for wash imposed she's actually when the first the first female sports writer for the washington post but anyway he was calling for rob ryan walked need to be day i did brandon for a life because of the this story he now he merging whether or not it's true i want to get into that as well in this hour but the first job i want to wanna talk about this these this she de all you know the united states says there was no released whatsoever that had anything to do with the cash that it was just a cut wink you've been key man remember you're member of that it was just is is there's not just a coincidence but dumb the fact is that we now know that dumb the us held catch they did picture now that is a urged from accounts of us officials and others and briefed on the operation and this was reported by the wall street journal that the exchange was tightly scripted and specifically timed to the prisoner relief well that would contradict the stories that the we were told of course mister obama and other us officials has said that the payment didn't amount to alliance because they need good the money one to iran as part of this out a long standing decision you link to what the failed the arms deal from the nineteen seventies and us officials have started to prisoner release and the cast transfer took place through two separate diplomatic channels but the number one and i'm sure this for a while and now law more details are emerging but tom when you do i cash deal all concussion deal and you do it under the cover of nineteen and you do it the ball with our heroes and just wish frank's and you do it the way it was done i mean no other conclusion there's no way that dumb you can come danny other conclusion but that but it was a weird pero well and that's the only compute come up with.