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Fresh update on "claxton" discussed on Rush Limbaugh

Rush Limbaugh

01:16 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "claxton" discussed on Rush Limbaugh

"Latest vaccine goal of administering 200 million coronavirus shots in his 1st 100 days in office. This comes as the White House is stepping up its efforts to inoculate the rest of the public. More than 50% of adults in the U. S. Are now at least partially vaccinated. Also in town, all dot com President Biden said to announce his goal of cutting greenhouse gas emissions. White House correspondent Greg Claxton. Without report at this week's online climate summit with 40 World leaders, the president will pledge to cut US greenhouse gas emissions at least in half by 2030. That's according to people with knowledge of the White House plans. The 50% target would nearly double America's previous commitment and require dramatic changes in the power and transportation sectors. Many Republicans worry about the impact on jobs and the economy. Greg Clugston, Washington on Wall Street stocks mostly higher and trading as investors continue to work through company earnings reports and Closely watched the bond market. The Dow up 195 points and the NASDAQ 104 points higher. Or at town hall dot com. Hey, I'm Andy. If you don't know me, it's probably because I'm not famous. But I did start a men's grooming company called Harry's..

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Fresh update on "claxton" discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

07:28 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "claxton" discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"Profound acts of courage they told the truth and they told the whole world truth about what they saw joining us. Now kirk burkhalter criminal law professor at new york law school where he is the director of the twenty first century policing project and mark claxton director of the black law enforcement alliance both are former. Nypd police detectives and kirk burkhalter. Let me begin with you This trial was unlike any we have seen before. This verdict came in relatively quickly. I think that was a signal to all of us about what the verdict was gonna be. What was your reflections on what we got in that courtroom today. What we saw in this courtroom today was where this trial began and ended. And you touched on it lawrence. It was with the video. The unrepeatable evidence that that brave young woman daniele fraser shot. And that was just evidence that the defense could not overcome. I think that pitcher will be drilled into our minds about. She stood next to her nine year. Old cousin who wore a t shirt that said love and it's just something the vents couldn't overcome and i think this outcome was to be expected. The other outcome of the trial of that that stays with me. Something that the governor just stated that this just start with a police encounter. It started when george floyd was born and this is what so many people of color have to bear in this country so rather than this trial being the end all be all it is simply a hopefully a beginning and we have seen our elected officials. Take it as such the final thing i will stay is the manner in which the Minneapolis police department stepped forward. Starting with cheap are anondo and the other members of the police department. And i will be left with that image of those police officers stepping forward and stating what the rest of the world saw was that this did not follow in any way shape or form police protocol so those are some of the few takeaways from today and ultimately seeing joy. I'm sorry is derek. Chauvin being led away in handcuffs while he will have the benefit of a life. That george floyd will never have. He wasn't led away in handcuffs on his belly. He was allowed to walk away. And that's what the that's the one image that stays with me mark laxton. We did see police officers. Take the stand against a member of their own police department. But what would have happened if dr ella frazier did not record that video. Would the police story have been resisting arrest Something happened maybe an overdose drugs and that's the end of it. I think most relevantly is what would have happened. Had chief our nine though not set the tone early on of course it was based on the videotape from dinello frazier. So i think that's hugely significant. I think something that kirk just touched on is perhaps the most impactful and significant image moving forward that will have a direct impact on police behavior. Individual police behavior will be impacted by the image of derek chauvin being remanded being cuffed and walked into the back to be incarcerated. That is what spurs significant movement from individuals at least offices in his direct relationship to the behavior moving forward. I think it's time. And this may be the beginning of a law enforcement of policing acknowledging that we're at the beginning of the ice age if you will and unless they are prepared to evolve they will become extinct unless Policing is prepared to move to more of a restorative transformative justice model They will be replaced and they have to be fully prepared to start walking back from. What was the policing model of the twentieth. No in the nineteenth century and to move more towards a public safety model a holistic comprehensive public safety model that respects on the sanctity of human life. You just touched on the thing that we three have been watching these kinds of cases studying them in civil trials criminal trials for decades. I've always been wondering when is the moment when one of these will have an impact on police behavior. I think the image that you just isolated Derek chauvin in the handcuffs. That's why i showed it. That's why i showed it at the beginning of this hour because that image more than anything i've ever seen in one of these cases is a form of communication to police officers. Unlike anything we have seen before Mark claxton kirk burkhalter. Thank you both very much. It's impossible for me to thank you enough for your service to us during this trial we really appreciate it. Ewing lawrence thank you congressional black caucus check joyce beatty. Who was with. George floyd family. Yesterday will join us next. I can't breathe joyce lorries last words. We can't let those words die within to keep hearing. Those words re must not turn away. We can't turn away. We have a chance to begin to change gesture in this country. It's my hope and prayer. We up to legacy trying to has now democratic carson joyce beatty ojo she is the chair of the congressional black caucus And carson beatty. I know you were in minneapolis yesterday. With george floyd family. Where were you today. When the verdict was read. Today i was right outside. The house floor gathered with members of the congressional black caucus as we were in the rayburn room waiting We know all too close in too much about justice. Delayed is justice denied so while we were hopeful until we heard the words we just stood inside waiting to your want it here and that was guilty guilty and guilt and how did that feel in that room today. It we were almost numb. We know that while this was justice is only the first step. Is you know this is the verdict. Still have to get through the sentencing but it was a feeling of. We could bring you know when you watch that nine minutes. 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"claxton" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:35 min | Last week

"claxton" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Fouled by Claxton. Out near the basket Foul be number one. Nicholas Claxton and the first team foul against Brooklyn here in this second quarter, but drumming in the act of shooting will shoot a pair. Shrewder not even sitting down, standing up on the sidelines there. Yeah, he's doing some coaching much more comfortable for him to be out of the seat at the moment is he took a charge and The brunt of it. Falling hard to the deck is Drummond Not a great free throw shooter, but it's the first Sets up with the right foot closer than the left right foot is about 6 to 8 inches off the free throw line. Any bags, too? So they go works for Andre Drummond 10 point lead for the Lakers 49 39, They led by as much as 11. In the first quarter. We have 6 15 to go with the second. LaMarcus Aldridge past for Irving is tipped by Caruso in the backcourt, chased down by Irving still tend to shoot. Irving finds Durant drops it down low for Aldridge but a kickball before it was deflected away. They'll put 14 on the shot clock and Brooklyn will trigger from the far right side. Durant gets it in the LaMarcus Aldridge Aldridge, holding from in defending on the three point line gives it up, too. Kyrie Dr slips to the right hand it with some English puts it high off the glass and end Uh, drum, in the other way, puts it over Aldridge to high into the arms of Durant, Brooklyn, down eight. Kevin gets contact flips it toward.

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Irving, Harden help Nets beat Wizards in Griffin's debut

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

Irving, Harden help Nets beat Wizards in Griffin's debut

"Kylie Irving scored twenty eight points to James harden had twenty six to lead the next to a one thirteen one oh six victory over the wizards Blake Griffin made his nets debut and dumped for the first time since December two thousand nineteen Nicolas Claxton added sixteen points including two three point plays down the stretch to help hold off the wizards Russell Westbrook had twenty nine points thirteen rebounds and thirteen assists for Washington the nets victory coupled with the seventy Sixers win over the Knicks keeps Brooklyn one game behind Philadelphia for the Eastern Conference lead I'm Dave Ferrie

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Brooklyn Nets hold off New York Knicks to claim victory

The Free Agents

00:53 sec | Last month

Brooklyn Nets hold off New York Knicks to claim victory

"To brooklyn nets are so good. It's a little unfair. They play the next monday and they weren't getting enough stops in the first half. This is what makes them so dangerous. They could keep an offensive crater. Like hardin in the game steve. Nash did and he said you know. Let's get all d. around him. The bringing bruce brown. Nick claxton to get the d. Gone and it worked throwing kevin durant when he comes back. They've got too many weapons heart and finished the game with twenty one. Fifteen and fifteen curry had thirty four. The game did end on a bit of a strange call against julius randle who up for three point shot. Kara got a piece of it randall. Land and tried to put on the floor any chopped up and miss a three point shot but scott foster calling for travel because he put it on the floor. I've never heard of that rule. That scott foster said if it came a little bit loose. He could put it on the floor but that was a travel either way. The nets are a half game back of philly for first in the east and they could get

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Matthew Stafford Blockbuster: Will the Rams Massive Gamble Pay Off?

ESPN Daily

02:19 min | 2 months ago

Matthew Stafford Blockbuster: Will the Rams Massive Gamble Pay Off?

"Bill barn. While i am sorry. I off retold you on friday explicitly. You'd have this rare sunday off from your job making a smarter about football. But just when you think you're out espn daily always pulls you back in pablo. I was ready to record at one in the morning to talk about the madden pro bowl. So this is slightly more newsworthy. So happy at least we have more something something more compelling perhaps talk about here with matthew stafford trade bill barnwell is a senior writer for espn and the host of the bill barnwell show podcast compelling but also kind of the closest thing football gets to a video game transaction. Two starting quarterbacks getting swamped. We have matt stafford. Go into the rams jared goff plus two future first rounders and third rounder. This year headed lions. So when you got the adam. Schefter claxton on your phone saturday night. Your first reaction was what. What my first reaction i would say that the rams really hate traffics and want to get rid of them quickly and efficiently as possible and then my second thought was that the rams really were done with jared goff and wanted to move on from him and weren't going let anybody beat them to the punch with an offer. We knew that a deal was coming this week because there were reports on saturday that the lions were expecting to get a deal done by tuesday which is essentially when it comes to the nfl their way of saying. Hey get your best offers end because we're gonna make this deal sooner rather than later We knew the rams are questioning their commitment to. We talked about it over the past couple weeks on. espn daily. Even though his four year one hundred thirty four million dollar extension has not started yet. And then on top of all that brad homes the new general manager with the lions just like the rams after i believe eight years as their director of college scouting under less need. It was the other. Gm who made this trade so put all that together and the rams made the most sense as a possible destination for stafford but the fact that the deal was announced late on a saturday night probably tells you that the rams were not especially proud of how all this went down. Just given up on the quarterback they have been propping up and defending public years while giving up two extra first rounders justice upgrade under center

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"claxton" Discussed on Break The Rules

Break The Rules

06:43 min | 5 months ago

"claxton" Discussed on Break The Rules

"The sequence of tapping points off is awesome. Thank you so much for taking That's really practical. And i loved the listeners outlets practical tools for the tool bell. We're gonna find out more about you in your work in connect. If y'all it's what you're up to yeah excellent. If i can't speak to a few little practical tips about how to use that because some people say oh i noticed something you know icon down. Now what do i do it. Now that i know the point and and other people say well. I didn't notice anything then. It must not be working and so this is where you take that sequence and you make it your own and so as you tap new might bring in words and motions feeling sensations and say them aloud so as utah. You might acknowledge a pain that you have in your body. You might acknowledged in emotion and simply tap and voice out loud. What you're feeling what you're experiencing something. Nearly transformative happens when we express audibly what we kept inside and so i encourage you to start start with a physical pain sensation or uncomfortable emotion and simply run through the point naming. What it is that you feel and let it move your body and see what happens. So that's the most practical way to take that sequence of points and start to go deeper with for pains or discomfort or emotional questions that are coming up for but there are a lot of other really rockaways to do lead and if we have a couple of moments. I'd love to kind of give a few ways that people can take. Espn to their home. Ice yes we wrap up share share with us a few ways that people can because people often ask you. How often do i need to do this. Do i need to carve out now or go in in the answer is no make tapping your own and if you don't have a lot of time carnival nets as you're switching tasks as you're moving into the next our decision that you need to make as you're entering an interaction with someone or perhaps a a stressful conversation take a woman or to tap acknowledged how you're feeling safe that shifts reminds that safe it gives you insight often. We're on autopilot. Just moving through our day and taking intentional tapping breaks allows us to tune into how best to use energy how s to investor time and it starts to stretch those muscles of all. I can trust my intuition. I can listen to my subconscious. I do know what. I really need it. It shifts kind of this mindset from autopilot to real pro action and taking ownership with really taking your health and wellbeing are timer energy into our own hands. And so i encourage on those of you who are new to kathleen aren't ready to dive into work through big memories like experiences or things that that feel a little bit more insurmountable Small and simply invite tapping quick. Tap rakes acknowledged how you're feeling express. And you don't need to go through the whole sequence either. Sometimes i encouraged my client saint groups. If you're outlaw out you're with other people you start feeling more anxious or stress. Pick one hand perhaps a discrete point on the hand. You can tap The side of the like we did or maybe even just kind of massage collarbone went. You can a simple place on body combat to come back to the fingertips and notice acknowledged And often that brass that little brat that moment the has the acknowledgment is enough to shift the energy into a space of power mid where you know what action to take any feel less. Trust disempowered in the face of whatever's producing zaidi so there are lots of lots of ways to bring tapping practically in your life. I'm sure we could talk about planning more of them. But back in your lips listeners. Just a few quick tips to to start making this practice. Their own is able seriously. I left practical Senators thing that people. We don't talk about it but they can there and break their own rules in la and everyone checkout soul in synergy dot com to find out more about these were reportedly in show for the reference. Materials stacy thanks again. He had an idea. I do want to speak to your prior question about where people can find me in. What about to and how to kind of take this deeper so yet the first step would be download that free handout make sure your tummy on your own. And that's really where this parliament comes but but certainly for those who want to take it deeper there. There's something that. I continue to be amazed by even after years of the help practitioner in a coach. And that's group tapping actually tapping with other people and it blows my mind every time and so i do have an online community called freedom and low where we come together every week to tout has a global community has a group on our fears are stressors earn zaidi's in real time and and for who are ready to take maybe be self care and the self practice of tapping into a safes of words face. It's an open invitation to come together and move true bike experiences challenges and other other people here alongside news in the same thing because healing growth really do happen in relationship and so doing our inner work is fantastic tapping as self care of healing which is amazing when you can take that an amplify it by the power of the collective and doing unity obscene amazing amazing results. And so that'll probably be in the show notes as well but feel free to join us for anyone who wants to explore tapping energy level in the supported. Thank you so much strength in numbers. So i'll let you get to it and we will be following your thank you so much warren..

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"claxton" Discussed on Break The Rules

Break The Rules

08:25 min | 5 months ago

"claxton" Discussed on Break The Rules

"Like going these motions of restricted eating over exercising et cetera. That no one else to understand why and then it wasn't until like years later really like of bach talking. What was your that trauma in working through. That and still wearing do not happen to twenty three twenty four and just realizing my biggest issue is not feeling like enough. And son. 'til i never until i feel like i was warned than enough in dot was through greg. Feeney was something that was really helpful for me. Finding that indus valley my purpose really mission driven life. began to be able to separate from that trauma or that need to be enough and i would love to know like what can it like are some examples Traumas at ut seen in your work are that many people may experience in religion is not really recognized that have been a drama or something keeping stop. That's a fantastic question in a perfect example of how something that happens to us as children and in your case At ten years old literally changed the entire trajectory of your life. How you thought about yourself and the behaviors that you then implemented and so that's a perfect example and something i see often. Usually there is a pivotal event. That happens often. It's between agent zero in seven for us ten so it doesn't really matter the age but often it's something as a child because as we're not fully able to understand at that weight and what happens is we hear something or we experienced something. And essentially we made a vow. We make a sub-conscious vowing for you. It was oh. I need to lose ten pounds and that came your mindset and often. There's something that's even free verbal and we make pre-verbal bow and so an example might be. There's a lot of traumatic events that happen to us through even before birth kind of womb type experiences but certainly in the early days infancy and really early childhood and so for example if someone didn't get enough nourishment at that point or they were q. Slow in eating in there was always a sense of. I need to hurry up and an over satiate. Or i'm not getting a month attention as a as a child. I need to find other ways to connect with her. I to find other ways to suit myself and so they go to food and so that can spiral into oh. I don't feel attached. I don't feel connected. I don't feel safe as an infant. Which the primal needs at every humidity. But i can feel that way. If i eat something if i have something in my mouth. And so that can lead to other kind of subconscious disordered eating type behaviors. That later in life became automatic in. We're on autopilot. Don't know why we do but there is a very specific trauma and so sometimes as in your example that trauma is remembered. It was a specific incident. Where you made a sub-conscious vow that shaped the foundational reality reminds from that point forward for others it's really pre-verbal. Something that they learned from infancy and early childhood usually around. How do i attached to someone. What is it. Like to receive. Love and ways that i'm not enough. I'm not good enough. I'm not seen on that hurt. We internalize that sense of. Oh i am not enough. My voice doesn't matter. Because i was told to be quiet as a child or my opinion was shutdown or my behavior by swamp nadine. My curiosity was curbed. Usually there's a specific incident. At what i do as a practitioner especially working with the subconscious using tools like emotional freedom techniques is helped people land on that trauma work through the initial experience. So like in your case worked through that playground experience and dan. Has you die fully into how you felt. Then you start to come to those deeper truths so for you utilize all there was a lack of worthiness there and so we dive into the deeper more foundational cause of why Acceptable to having that that experience become traumatic rabid something you were able to just work through. Fresh aside and move on from his stomach can go very easily unaddressed. so let's talk about or through things Bringing not awareness knowledge is power. But sometimes it's really hard to like process that on our own Being and i know you use some techniques in your practice that goes beyond just like i call it talk. Therapy your couch therapy. But really helping people talk in You does release of that and understanding awareness talked to us a little bit about absolutely end. And that's really why i'm passionate about engaging some of these topics because it can feel overwhelming and frankly ineffective to address it from thought perspective because especially when these thomas happened at a young age. We couldn't think our way into them and trying to think or talk. Her way out of them is really quite challenging. And so for those who have tried no free framing and shifting mindset creating new behaviors making decisions. That's that's beautiful ineffective for some but often. We need to really drop into the body drop into the subconscious. The ninety five percent of us that's governing our behavior that were not fully aware of and that often requires somatic or body based tools that allow the nervous system to feel safe so that it commenced to bring up suppressed emotions or memories are things that have been stored in our body tissue but we never had access and that's where some simple practices like the app t which i found to be one of the simplest and really most bracket own versatile ways to tap into the body's wisdom. Really come in handy. And what's what's most powering about these tools. Something like emt but certainly other ones is that they allow you to take your own self healing into your own hands and again that that speaks to my core message as a practitioner that you have the healer in the guide within and it's a simply a learning to listen to your body and your mind and your spirit in tune into that at this bacchus like literally allows you to do that talk a little bit at all like what is can you break down. What is emc is. I'm taking about look like yes so. Eft stands for emotional freedom techniques. And it's it's a tool really of self hewing power meant and south loved that very quickly and power shifts body to a place of safety and connection and that really is important because when we're talking about the context for espn being stressed in trauma with trauma. We don't feel safe in our waters and we don't feel safe in her. And that's what triggers the stress response and creates a sense of disconnection. So when we can tell the body it safe in the face of all these stressors and when we calm down that a mittler that's when we give ourselves and our our subconscious permission to express what's been repressed and we can short circuit that trauma reenactment and ring the body to a place where we can rewrite our story and we can rewire the brain to a different narrative. And that's how we get powerful shifts in healing and that's where we find freedom so it's very simple and we can run through right now. Some people are kind of blown away by the simplicity after hearing It can do.

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"claxton" Discussed on Break The Rules

Break The Rules

08:17 min | 5 months ago

"claxton" Discussed on Break The Rules

"Beauty and fitness world. And today we're talking about scraps. And i don't know about you. But just the way of the world as of late has not been conducive to maybe anti-stress always on between knees ease. Social media scrolls the economy and dope. Reality I know a lot of listeners are feeling stress. And that's why we have. Stacey claxton in the house and safety is transformational codes in integrative of particular to help stock the ball find freedom low and her practice blinn agent in modern modalities between even madison yoga. Meditation semantic word trauma healing prenatal. Care in eft or emotional freedom techniques in person so she has as many many tools in her tool belt. And just talking to hers. He is a Ear air visa. We're gonna be talking about sleep practical ways of managing stress for one at especially during times such as these unbe beyond time such as be for managing stuff that you may feel a difference in your life whether it's at your body because it's not operating. I know for example. I was going mold illness this past year. And just feeling we're stopping a straighted inoculant thirty in Needs going to talk with us about a really were super helpful in my own journey on issuing some stacey thank you so much for coming on the show today and if you could really introduce yourself to the audience and give us a little bit of background about your work. Sure thanks for having me lauren. it's a delight to be here the so a little bit of background about me. It is quite a circuitous tale. About how i got to practicing what i do. Initially it was driven by By own personal To heal and i know that's true or many of us think you lauren. Who are really passionate health practitioners. That are in story really drives our passion and our purpose so i felt the state call to help others. He'll so almost a decade ago. Office job on set out on this this four month road trip to managua rate. A self-proclaimed year of studying arabic medicine. I was so fired up. I was ready to help the masses in reclaim their health. And then nothing of luke. Hiking accident sent me. Founding with a broken ankle derail clams completely changed the course of that summer and digging off auto to contemplate what it really means. Does that foot on the healing path and opportunity. It was my first glimpse into what it means to heal on those deeper levels to really face. Our pain or pastor struggles their stories and everything that undergirds That life throws us in. Italy planted the seeds for what i do today. Which will get to you in a moment that i should fully ready to go there yet and i don't know if that's true for you learn but for for many people i find sometimes ready to ivan full yetter. We're not ready to receive your something. We need to go through this learning process. And perhaps some art lessons in self-discovery. I so that was true for me. A so many of that road trip than that at sabbatical year which stretched into two years which turned into alone career He ended up exploring different types of each in. Integrative healing east so as you mentioned in that in that aisle are night studied. arabic medicine. Metastatic studied yoga postpartum care traditions of also really job into the punctual us in modern punctual medicine world. And i know that something you offer too. So i i have the eastern traditions of western science knows well-versed in diet. I style up testing super mutation. And i got my quits results. I was noticing. They weren't as dramatic as they could be. And i wanted to know why. And i'm sure you probably Question with perplexing cases. You want to be the investigator. I'm this i'm a. I'm a smart savvy data driven practitioner. Why am i asking results. That i know a possible. What's holding me and others facts from this deeper healing and freedom. It's kind of. It's one of those questions that really drives us like. How can we take her practice deeper. And it took me probably too long to discover this truth at least for myself that we often say stay stress and self sabotage in some way not for lack of knowledge. At some point we have enough knowledge but rather for lack of awareness is one critical area. And that's the notional pemex lot Nervous system and that could be true for those who are sidelined with chronic illness. For those who can't seem to terrestrial from disordered eating patterns or infertility or who had some sort of frustrating unresolved symptoms often. Nice town that there's some sort of lack of emotional freedom that is prevailing root cause and that was kind of light bulb moment for me that that really more the work that i do today transformational coaching and my help practice. Swear essentially and i love that you you've taken ownership of this term. Warren essentially Breaking rules with myself my practice for the last couple of years and it's been fantastic rocket fuel for for my personal and professional growth. Because these days i everquest fear lab tests. I create fewer opponent protocols and again a lot results so capable of self feeling i know you probably see that too once given permission and the right combination of tools when given a tour of the body naturally wants to heal itself eight does it desperately does often what we think is obstacles are actually messages the body saying i am trying to heal. I am doing their bright saying we try to think. I need to fix something. That's something that i've really see. Has my vote. Now that were reprogram to our bodies to eat the wrong thing to fix it and this is a problem. I encourage my clients to kind of reconsider. Fouts reconsider their problems opportunities in Teachers and and to search for those answers within that they might be seeking outside and everywhere else because we to have the resources we need to heal. And that's really kind of where where the switches information you ask. How did i get to where. I am now and really where i am. Now is nice outs. As a guide. I'm more of a guide to that. Infinitely wise inner guide within within my clients that people who come tonight groups. I'm not the teacher the healer. But i'm i'm more of a lamp and eliminator to really light up those obscure places where they are in our intelligence hardy providing instruction. They're they're paying is already giving them clues their bodies already trying to heal and it's just our job to to union see. Wow what's here. How can i seek deeper. healing listening. validating acknowledging and then moving west. This was down. And it's quite it's meaningful. It's it's life giving it soul satisfied work and just knowing a little bit about what you do lauren. I imagine you can say the same own. Yes definitely in. The thing is though about leading with like mine insider looking deeper into ourselves. What's keeping stock like the issues in our tissues. It's kind of a not really sexy marketing. You know like for hurson or.

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"claxton" Discussed on Premium Hoops

Premium Hoops

05:21 min | 6 months ago

"claxton" Discussed on Premium Hoops

"It's going to be really tough to stop him coming up. Screens in receiving passes from. Katie in the poster from moving isolating it's just it's going to be a really nice. Addition to their to their offense and I just think they have to almost bring him back because again, he has a lot of value for every team. Seemingly Nets included. If they lose them, they're really scraping for off while shooting because obviously. Arguing point it feels like you need somebody who can shoot and yeah. Yeah. That'd be tough tough seeing I like the C. though like actually article about how me to He's like he's he tries to do way too much. But man, he's like actually developed like do a pretty solid rotation player. His driving go game there's nothing gives me more anxiety like it's just like he it's either like the sickest layup that the nets had in two weeks or it's like he just it's just the. There's nothing there's nothing better than deals thing. I loved the Yeah Y'all need him to lake part of the rotation. Yeah I hope will retain him. Yeah. I. Really Hope they would retain him on the payroll for you know other guys and considering he makes barely anything. In Oh claxton too I wonder if we see that like it might be really rely on these rookie scale or minimum guys just to give them something all year because you're not going to get a better like I mean you maybe you could in free agency, they're just not working with much. So it's like you might as well retain TLC roll. The dice doesn't work well, like whatever you can go you can try to find a bio guy if it does work sweet, you have this great through guided. You really thought you had with David. Naba. Before he got hurt so Yeah it's. It's a really nice luxury for them I just there's no point in letting him go. Yeah..

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Clucking Over the Cost of Chicken? Top Poultry Producers Charged with Price Fixing

Business Wars Daily

03:28 min | 11 months ago

Clucking Over the Cost of Chicken? Top Poultry Producers Charged with Price Fixing

"Early this month the US Justice Department indicted four of the top poultry industry executives on price-fixing Charges Pilgrim's pride. CEO Jason, pen and Claxton Poultry Farms President Michel. Freeze were charged with conspiring to fix prices on chickens sold to restaurants and grocery stores from twenty twelve to two thousand, seventeen to other executives, one from each company were also indicted. Indicted the charges come as part of an ongoing anti-trust investigation into the highly consolidated poultry business, The Wall Street Journal reported now. If this sounds familiar, he should poultry buyers, farmers and industry critics have been clucking about possible price-fixing in the chicken business for years in two thousand sixteen New York Food Distributor Maple Vail Farms. Let Class Action lawsuit claiming that Pilgrim's pride. Perdue Tyson foods and other major producers destroyed entire flocks breeder hens in an effort. Effort to artificially reduce the supply of chickens as a result of the alleged scheme, the plaintiffs argued chicken prices jumped fifty percent a time when corn and soybean prices, the basic necessities of chicken production fell Maple Vail argued that the company's manipulated prices for a full eight years between two thousand and eight twenty sixteen, since then government investigators have been looking to see whether the poultry giants have been feathering their nests, and if so, how the charges against. Against the pilgrim's pride in Claxton executives alleged that they colluded to keep prices high for fast food chains in purchasing cooperatives, the Wall Street Journal reports that the indictments are filled with accounts of text messages and quote cozy discussions about pricing between supposedly rival executives. The indictments brought against these chicken leaders are federal criminal charges. If convicted pen than the others could spend up to ten years in prison and pay million dollar fines three of the four. Four men pleaded not guilty. CLAXTON's freeze requested continuance. The problem is closely tied to the industry's consolidation over the last several years, large processors of gobbled up smaller ones like Hungary hens begging for food now that she can businesses dominated by a handful of companies which have considerable clout, according to Ferns, insider, a nonprofit investigative publication, only ten companies, raising sell eighty percent of the country's nine billion chickens. Half of those chickens come from Tyson the nation's largest. Largest processor and pilgrim's pride, which is number, two claxton industries is a multimillion dollar Atlanta processor that counts chick-fil-a among its customers. In recent years, several large poultry buyers, including Walmart Conagra enciso have sued all the major poultry processors for anticompetitive practices Tyson Pilgrim's pride perdue farms in Sanderson Farms have denied the allegations according to the New York Times prosecutors however alleged that collusion is the reason why poultry prices rose steadily over the last several years they. They say consumers bear much of the pain, but farmers to of had a beef with poultry producers in two thousand seventeen several farmers filed a class action lawsuit against Tyson. Pilgrim's pride, purdue and other poultry giants, accusing them of sharing data in order to suppress farmers wages, according to NPR the National Farmers Union says price-fixing inflates the cost of poultry and beef while reducing the incomes of farmers and ranchers, according to the Wall Street Journal

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Chicken Industry Executives Indicted on Price-Fixing Charges

America's Truckin' Network

00:18 sec | 11 months ago

Chicken Industry Executives Indicted on Price-Fixing Charges

"Justice department says executives from pilgrim's pride and Claxton poultry conspired to fix prices and rig bids for broiler chickens from at least twenty twelve to twenty seventeen the first executives to be charged in a long running investigation of price fixing in the industry could face ten years in prison and a one million dollar fine Terry Alden or ABC

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"claxton" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"claxton" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Three in the lost their third consecutive loss every year being led the way with seventeen six of fifteen shooting fourteen for Nicholas Claxton thirteen for Tory prince although he was four of fifteen from the floor three of twelve from behind the arc then would be at eleven tonight he was three for twelve shooting Jared Allen five points ten rebounds we gave four blocked shots the Bucks Jana said twenty nine twenty for Middleton local pays Mike block five shots that was a big part of the story in this one is he is a guy that just makes threes although we did make up tonight one of sixty protects the ram and just one of the many ingredients that have made the box so delicious this year they're thirty eight eight six on the season delicious reinstall L. yet you know I gotta pay attention I'm sorry I'm sorry no Lopez it good point because in that shooting percentage was incredibly low tonight in a lot of it had to do with other inability to convert even around the pain in that area has bought a shop walking but is intimidation the alternate number of shots it didn't go down and it was the box were terrific like they always are but they really showed what whether the number one defensive team in the NBA T. easy easy to talk about Yanis and what he can do it all the three point shooting and I've got a lot of depth and different things but they combined that may play again the balance of their team offense of we've been so efficient and have a great analytics even have the superstar heaven Middleton is a great site kick in and all the shooting that goes around brook Lopez it's a five it's not a stretch five those are hard to find who's a great rim protector they do it on the defensive and they have bench play they they are title come a contender Chris and they are right there it is easy to see why they have one of the great records in the history of the game right now yeah well they had the third best forty three game mark in in NBA history behind only those seventy with teams of warriors in the polls and how they would again here thirty eight eight six on the season now for the box to be heading off to Paris he'll play Thursday night in Paris against the Charlotte Hornets now we broadcasting that game he's riding Friday Friday there's going Friday's game in the next hour in this stretch where we knew this five game stretch is gonna be difficult yeah games against the jazz the Sixers the box it'll be the Sixers again and then the Lakers and the first two had leads late had a chance it really felt like they were they had a chance in this one here in there now in three there that five game stretch it did you know that first quarter plan around and you looked up in down like eight or nine years and what happened it is kinda like this so is is too many possession ins were you're just not being efficient it's hard to score they're terrific defensive team then they've got Yanis doing damage in Macon and a lot of guys making plays you're right they kind of this is it early in this game to establish himself to establish why they're the best team in the Eastern Conference and they just kinda stretch it out at the end of the first well I think their reserves help the model lot at that time and then it just kind of own the game the rest of the way one seventeen ninety seven the final will take a quick time out we'll hear from Katy acted today after this on the fans were pretty sixty six two one one nine FM WFAN it's a couple of weeks in the twenty twenty many of us are thinking about new year's resolutions and how to keep that experts say it's best to start make resolutions that you think.

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Trump campaign slams Twitter's 'dumb' ban on political ads as 2020 Democrats applaud the 'bold step'

Hugh Hewitt

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Trump campaign slams Twitter's 'dumb' ban on political ads as 2020 Democrats applaud the 'bold step'

"The trump reelection campaign is slamming footers decision to ban political life the social media company this week announced an end to political campaign an issue ads on IT service Twitter called it an important step in reducing the flow of election related misinformation but the trump campaign sees it differently campaign manager Brad park scale calls the change another attempt to silence conservatives he says Twitter knows president trump has the most sophisticated online program ever great Claxton the

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"claxton" Discussed on Full Court Press

Full Court Press

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"claxton" Discussed on Full Court Press

"But the guy he's a bigger guy that can bang, but play that role for you do the dirty work not neither the ball. But when he gets ball, he can help you ok next guy, Knicks Claxton. So you kinda told yourself a little bit. How much Koji you saw because you're texting someone or how much Claxton you saw given the fact that he plays for Georgia. But I'll let you go first on a guy in pretty high on. But interesting to see what your tickets, a lot of boxes in terms of prospect. Sometimes I call guys like this all he has all the bells and whistles super tall super long. He's fast, he's flooded. Weird office game Georgia where he did knock down shots. He ate them in played, you know, some point center type of style. But while the floor initiate some offense who's indefinitely were not playing fast but he was doing that, but he impasse can see the floor. Yes. Could vision. You know what I watched him play? Probably watch more than I am. But I watched the play decent amount is, is a saw off to go while this guy has the life skills. He's super tall. Super long is Atlantic. And but I didn't see is enough that would make me think. Okay. He's automatically gonna make it click at the NBA level. Now, if, if he were his size at seven feet tall wingspan of seven three if he were a guy that I thought was anyone thought was going to automatically make a click he'd be a top typic- you know. So I'm not setting your critics others reason why he'd is projected a times in the second round in now. Now probably sodden up. But decent amount into the first round, there's a there's a lot to sort of make that it'd be scouts sort of a really to drool over, because there's just so much that he has that is rare this link the size the height, the handle the potential shot. I don't know if it's all going to come together but man there's plenty there for a team to end. I'd say early twenties. Even late teens could make a move on him and say ceiling is, is astronomical. He looks like a guy is ready made for an NBA player development program, right, the app, but he's saying, guys like him Tump through and never make it cliff, but I would argue he's more skilled than most of the guys who did a click the ball, handling right now at age twenty he'll turn twenty one of they pulled up with all the last three weeks was he's an at twenty. The ball, hailing just good enough and looks like wow. There's a lot of. Of potential tighten that up and really kind of make us something better this shot looks clean. He didn't knock down at oppressive percentage what it looks very functional. He he needs to get a little bit stronger. He's, he's kind of wiry strong right now but he's just twenty it can grow into that. But I'm extremely high on his ceiling. I think that you're right. There is some risk in that he's not a super awesome basketball player. Right. Downturns that can impact the game. But I mean defensively as a prospect, he's unique and the given his height, his length, and that he has the framed. Probably play it to thirty at some point in his career. We'd be to c thirty five at the most and then I look at a kid like this. And when his coach allowed him to by the way, I, I didn't watch him where you want to call the basketball at the same with terrible. And then once the postseason gets to where they're not playing three as light..

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"claxton" Discussed on Painting Corners Podcast

Painting Corners Podcast

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"claxton" Discussed on Painting Corners Podcast

"We were getting excited about the Jerry Claxton the world because he was the first round pick. Right. We excited about just Sheffield's because you know, he's top prospect, Justin done, whatever all disguise. But clearly, they're they're acquiring is in our head. It's like, oh, no. But he's a throw in who's in high. And it's done this. He's twenty cares. But like someone is looking downtown's millions Oleg that guide can be good bigly player. Trading for these guys to to be top helped. They're doubly team win a championship. Like the point is they think. That he's eventually it's going to be right. But it's it's a very hard thing to kind of separate because it doesn't it doesn't fully compute. Honestly, you don't have to look down much farther a little bit different situation. You don't look much farther than Mitch Haniger who was top prospect in Milwaukee trade to Arizona. He stuck at the top of their system. They're not really giving him a chance, you know, Jerry identifies. Like, okay. This is a guy that we think could just be a good daily right now. And I don't think he expected to be this good. But they're go to time. It was like, oh, they'd throw this this AAA outfielder who's like had a little bit of success. That's what it was for Haniger. Right. And now he's in all star put up a six season. So again, I'm not saying this is not me. I also thought that return was life. But I just think that that's an important thing that we need to keep in mind reassess. All these traits. Yeah. Absolutely. I mean, it's not about the number because like we've talked about before number one in the Red Sox. Prospect pool is probably like number twenty five for the Padres. So it's not than right? If you look at him, he actually sneaky Goodyear, and he's a little bit older twenty three. But you know, what he could be good like you said someone believes in him that he can make an impact at the big league level at some point. Which is the goal of every trade is to make sure that everyone you get plays for your big league team exactly minal thing, and we can get into now. I'm sure off unless you wanna wanna talk about something else that the team. But I'm on the impression that the marriage should have been by because of their not Oakland or not Tampa whether that low with budget, they have people that show up. They have a passionate fan base in Seattle. Seattle sports does they just got a hockey team today. They would dating this podcast. We got hockey team today. The twelve man out in Seattle, whatever you wanna say about at least they sell out, you know, they people show. Up SuperSonics people say they should go back all the time in the Mariners have people show up to in their passionate fans. They had a team that was an Oakland run away from sneaking into the wild card for the first time twenty years, and they go out in blow it up which I don't agree with. But you wanna blow it up fine. But the returns for these guys I feel they got hosed in every single deal almost and I wanna know how you feel about if they should have been buying if they should be selling if you agree with the fire sale. And if you agree that or how you feel about the trade selves. Yeah. I mean, I fall somewhere in the middle. Like, I mostly. It's definitely hard to assess the trains like kind of leverage you have when everyone knows trading everything. Right. And Jerry wanting to do it also quickly is hard to assess because most genes, which wait, wait, wait, wait for the best offer sometimes bites you ES, right? Sometimes way. We'll wait. No one offers anything..

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"claxton" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

06:01 min | 2 years ago

"claxton" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Let us go to Ben in Claxton, Georgia currently reeling under a Hollywood boycott. But Ben is bearing up bravely as in Claxton. And what's on your mind today? Ben. Martin. How are you today? I'm great. How are you? Happy thanksgiving. I tell you tell you that that so called journalists you were talking about he wanted a divorce Monte pad. And I wanted to Tom you were talking to a little while ago was interested in how the so-called judge block the president's order. And and I'm curious if there's anything that I as a citizen could do combat the judge. Well, the the thing. Oh, the difficult position. Because you're not in the in his territory is he's he's in the ninth circuit. He's in San Francisco, and he's basically making law that applies to the whole country and the problem. There's a structural problem haze that all these different circuits have different laws there isn't until the except for the small number of cases, the wind up at the supreme court. There isn't really a national federal law even the federal courts just operate. They kind of local federal variation of the local law and the so the second circuit has different laws from the ninth circuit. What what we what we can do ban? An I think this is really important is actually generally have less deference to judges. So when when the the subject comes up in conversation, if you ever have the misfortune to get in a court case, Ben it'll be two years of your life. If forever. Something relatively unimportant. And the reason for that is all the colts choked. And they can't do anything quickly, except when it comes to striking down the president's immigration policy that they can do in twenty four hours. But if you just have I'm in some case in some little soda, nothing case in Nevada, and that's apparently going to be two years of my life. It's enough in case and the guy who's suing me will lose there's going gonna be like two years of my life. And this is ridiculous. This is the the reason the courts choked is in part because they've extended the grip on American life into all kinds of areas that they shouldn't be litigating on national immigration policy should not be litigable in that sense. So I think the most important thing then is to actually which which starts to the ground up is that they should just be a general consensus, not the judges are above politics as as just chief Justice Roberts is saying, but that that's separate from it. And the and the and and so you you when it comes up with your friends, you should just say, well, you know, if you in some little thing district court, it's months of your life for nothing. Why is that the Kotze choked and backlogged hell because they're they're straying into areas that they shouldn't be straying into bed. And that's that's actually that's actually critically important that people should actually rethink their entire view of the judiciary. And it's and it's function in society. But suddenly with this thing, then you should actually demand from your candidates to to know what their position is on judges. It's not just this idea that the a judge is somehow it's like the word of God. It's like the pope. It's it's it's it's like some incredible. Pan all powerful being he's not he's just a guy in a robe. And if you have as litigious society is we do it stands to reason that you never gonna find enough genius jurist to deal with all the rubbish that now clogs up American courthouses. So that there were lawful. Lot of third rate mediocre judges that I'm up by the way, I'm up against another one in Washington DC one who takes like free years to handle some little appellate decision. This is this is incredible. If you took judges out of politics ban. We should we should do that. And we should make sure they just concentrate on the much more shrunken sphere of American life for which for which the judiciary should way. And I was you know, I was talking about Shogo the guy who shot McKinley McKinley in early September. Nineteen a one and and they fried him by late October six weeks soup-to-nuts. I always go whatever happened to that kind of job. You can't get six weeks takes you six weeks to to to to get the transcript of some judge ruling from the bench on one particular order is it takes six weeks to get the transcript back for her to sign it. The reason is because everything comes before the court. So the court sees we need a fundamental rethink we need to stop thinking about judges as they did when these courts were set up in the eighteenth century because there's nothing about what this guy tiger was doing that would be recognizable to to to colts in pre revolutionary America the end of the eighteenth century. There has been a total perversion of their function in society. Mark signed for rush. Lots more still to come. You're listening to the network..

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"claxton" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:01 min | 2 years ago

"claxton" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Go to Ben in Claxton, Georgia currently reeling under a Hollywood count. But Ben is bearing up bravely as in Claxton. And what's on your mind today? Ben. Martin. How are you today? I'm great. How are you? Happy thanksgiving. I tell you scientist you that so called journalists you were talking about he wanted a divorce mighty bad. That's. I wanted to Tom you were talking to a little while ago was interested in how the so-called judge block. The president's order, and I'm curious if there's anything that I as a citizen could do to combat the judge. Well, the thing. Well, you've got a difficult position. Because your not in the in his territory is he's he's in the ninth circuit. He's in San Francisco, and he's basically making law that applies to the whole country and the problem there's a structural problem. Hayes that all these different circuits have different laws there isn't until the except for the small number of cases, the wind up at the supreme court. There isn't really a national federal law even the federal courts just operate. They kind of local there that federal variation of the local law in the so the second circuit has different laws from the ninth second. What what we what we can do? And I think this is really important is actually generally have less deference to judges. So when when the the subject comes up in conversation, if you ever have the misfortune. To get in a court case ban. It'll be two years of your life. If something relatively unimportant, and the reason for that is all the Kotze choked. And they can't do anything quickly, except when it comes to striking down the president's immigration policy that they can do in twenty four hours. But if you just ha- I'm in some case in some little soda nothing case in Nevada, and that's a pound going to be two years of my life. It's enough in case and the guy who's suing me will lose there's gonna be like two years of my life. And this is ridiculous. This is the the reason the courts choked is in part because they've extended their grip on American life into all kinds of areas that they shouldn't be litigating on national immigration policy should not be litigable in that sense. So I think the most important thing then is to actually. Which which starts to the ground up is that they should just be a general consensus, not the judges are above politics as as just chief Justice Roberts is saying, but that that's separate from it. And the and the and and so you you when it comes up with your friends, you should just say, well, you know. If you in some little thing at district court, it's months of your life for nothing. Why is that the Kotze choked and backlogged hell because they're they're straying into areas that they shouldn't be straying into bed. And that's that's actually that's actually critically important that people should actually rethink their entire view of the judiciary. And it's and it's function in society. But suddenly with this thing, then you should actually demand from your candidates to to know what their position is on judges. It's not just this idea that the a judge is somehow it's like the word of God. It's like the pope. It's it's it's it's like some incredible. Pan all powerful being he's not he's just a guy in a robe. And if you have as litigious society is we do it stands to reason that you never gonna find enough genius jurist to deal with all the rubbish that now clogs up American cold house. So that there were lawful. Lot of third rate mediocre judges that I'm up by the way, I'm against another one in Washington DC one who takes like three years. To handle some little appellate decision. This is this is incredible. If you took judges out of politics ban. We should we should do that. And we should make sure they just concentrate on the much more shrunken Sfeir of American life for which for which the judiciary should way. I always you know, I was talking about Shogo the guy who shot McKinley shot McKinley in early September nineteen o one and and they fried him by late October six weeks soup-to-nuts, always go whatever happened to that kind of job. You can't get six weeks takes six weeks to to to to get the transcript of some judge ruling from the bench on what a particular order is. It takes six weeks to get the transcript back for her to sign it. The reason is because everything comes before the court. So the court. Sees up we need a fundamental rethink. We need to stop thinking about judges as they did when these courts were set up in the eighteenth century, his there's nothing about what this guy Tiga was doing that would be recognizable to to to courts in pre revolutionary America the end of the eighteenth century. There's been a total perversion of that function in society Mark signed for rush. Lots more still to come. You're listening to the e I b network..

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"claxton" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

06:05 min | 2 years ago

"claxton" Discussed on WTVN

"Sales event Asian there. Few days intensifying between the president and chief Justice John Roberts today. Details at two o'clock on NewsRadio six ten WTVN would boycott, but Ben is bearing up brave lease in Claxton. And what's on your mind today? Ben. Mark. How are you today? I'm great. How are you? Happy thanksgiving. I tell you tell you that that so called journalists you we're talking about he wanted a divorce Monte pad. But. I wanted to Tom you were talking to a little while ago was interested in how the so-called judge could block. The president's order, and I'm curious if there's anything that I as a citizen could do to combat the judge. Well, the the thing. Well, you got the difficult position because your not in the in his territory is he's he's in the ninth circuit. He's in San Francisco, and he's basically making law that applies to the whole country and the problem, there's a structural problem as that all these different circuits have different laws there isn't until the except for the small number of cases, the wind up at the supreme court. There isn't really a national federal law even the federal courts just operate. They kind of local that federal variation of the local law in the so the second circuit is different laws from the ninth circuit. What what we what we can do Ben an I think this is really important is actually generally have less deference to judges. So when when the the subject comes up in conversation, if you ever have the misfortune. To get in a court case, Ben it'll be two years of your life. If something relatively unimportant, and the reason for that is all the Kotze choked. And they can't do anything quickly, except when it comes to striking down the presidency migration policy that they can do in twenty four hours. But if you just ha- I'm in some case in some little soda nothing case in Nevada, and that's apparently going to be two years of my life. It's enough in case. And the guy is assuming me will lose there's gonna be like two years of my life. And this is ridiculous. This the the reason the corks choked is in part because they've extended grip on American life into all kinds of areas that they shouldn't be litigating on national immigration policy should not be litigable in that sense. So I think the most important thing then is to actually. Which which starts to the ground up is that they should just be a general consensus, not the judges are above politics as as just chief Justice Roberts is saying, but that that's separate from it. And the and the, and so you you when it comes up with your friends, you should just say, well, you know, if you in some little thing at district court, it's months of your life for nothing. Why is that the Kotze choked and backlogged hell because they're they're straying into areas that they shouldn't be straying into Ben. And that's that's actually that's actually critically important that people should actually rethink their entire view of the judiciary. And it's and it's function in society. But suddenly with this thing, then you should actually demand from your candidates to to know what their position is on judges. It's not just this idea that the a judge is somehow it's like the word of God. It's like the pope. It's it's it's it's like some incredible. Pan old powerful being he's not he's just a guy in a robe. And if you have is legit. The society is we do it stands to reason that you never gonna find enough genius jurist today with all the rubbish now clogs up American courthouses. So that there are lawful. Lot of third rate mediocre judges that I'm upping by the way, I'm up against another one in Washington DC one who takes like free years to handle some little appellate decision. This is this is incredible. If you took judges out of politics ban. We should we should do that. And we should make sure they just concentrate on the much more shrunken sphere of American life for which for which the judiciary should way. And I was you know, I was talking about Shogo the guy who shot McKinley shot McKinley in early September nineteen a one and and they fried him by late October six weeks soup-to-nuts hours. Go whatever happened to that kind. Joe you can't get six weeks takes you six weeks to to to to get the transcript of some judge ruling from the bench on one particular order is it takes six weeks to get the transcript back for her to sign it. The reason is because everything comes before the court. So the court sees a we need a fundamental rethink we need to stop thinking about judges as they did when these courts were set up in the eighteenth century because there's nothing about what this guy tiger is doing that would be recognizable to to to colts in pre revolutionary America, the end of the eighteenth century, there has been a total perversion of their function in society. Mark signed for rush. Lots more still to come. You're listening to the e I b network..

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Kelly Clarkson honors victims of Santa Fe school shooting at Billboard Music Awards

24 Hour News

00:55 sec | 3 years ago

Kelly Clarkson honors victims of Santa Fe school shooting at Billboard Music Awards

"The special counsels indicating its investigation into the president could end by september saga megani washington this year's billboard music awards got off on a solemn note ap's surely smith reports the victims of the nation's latest school shooting were honored amid the sparkle and saw right claxton opened the billboard music awards on nbc with sorrow for victims of a school shooting in santa fe texas i'm so sick of moment of silence like it's not working why don't we not do one of science why what we do moment of action then areana granddaddy with the performance of her new single no tears to cry ed sheeran who didn't attend the show but performed from dublin won the night's biggest honor top artist i'm shirley smith welcome to total wine and more my boy gets all of this beer out of the way how about if i find.

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"claxton" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"claxton" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Doesn't work as well craig claxton although not a bad name greatness it's a good porn name put that on the poll is craig claxton good porn nappies not jon ahead of my laugh button didn't work that didn't work it is i i'm asking the question again outside of those games that he played when he was in the finals against the warriors you knew he was gonna lose because he was playing the kobe brand of forty shots a game and making fifteen and he was just doing everything offensively because he had so little help because love and irving were hurt outside of that when does he put up that stat line and lose did he do it with the heat and the finals mike against the spurs the last i think he did it against any triple double again that final game ago balls but it was it was a small triple double it was it was a triple double but it was like nineteen twelve and eleven or something you know i mean i know all triple double but still wasn't forty point triple double is the second time in his career he's lost at least forty two ten rebounds twelve assists where's the other time what's the other time that's regular season and playoff no this the regular season this was with cleveland in two thousand ten february eighteenth that's the part that's crazy he went and some in the effort and boston that we know come on man look we can celebrate boston all we want is over cheever's they've absolutely surprised me i thought they were volna rable i'm wrong but come on.

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"claxton" Discussed on ShopTalk

ShopTalk

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"claxton" Discussed on ShopTalk

"Asked eyes them but they've made a few moves here like they changed the padding on buttons like the default padding on buttons did you see that on investors what really weird all of a sudden people my buttons don't fit the website anymore because they like changed padding like the default padding or whatever so anyway therby like we were like a board or you like go to town hall you it's like you know like the bse of of of wherever so logging thanks for all the fish what's that book of hitchhikers guy they bulldozes house like what you didn't see the posting and your intergalactic message board or whatever there should be some kind of internet message board that's like warning come january the buttons are going to change a little bit be warned yes giant like claxton in my office that's like were about to do some ball i hate us eight alike i'm not an important person the world but it probably wouldn't hurt to like tell me because if i if i got an email from google that said like ungenerous fifteen button padding is going to change we had to do it for these reasons i would help spread the word yeah now uh man it would be yeah it'd be very helpful just just for like kind of like hey heads up this is changing in there probably are like little things but like yeah like ping if you just slipped out one time we had a branch that slipped out or we used like web kit text moving smoothing or whatever the heck that thing is in on a like finns out it depends on what kind of monitor yeah but i think on some retina displays it makes the text look really thin it was totally an accident because i don't like it and i just feel like it's a weird proprietary property and has some performance implications and stuff and i just wasn't ready for that the ship you know just but it slips out so who i bet that happens at every shop you know maybe somebody just was playing around with the old user agents style she just kept us early way style she fix got mixed in with the uh the uh fetch protocol a point to resolve.

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"claxton" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"claxton" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Hello my name is smith hungary and my genius is a money women's enter biz in claxton georgia we a nonprofit working with alexa julie from different african countries and we do for them is provide culturally and linguistically since health education workshops and that this entails up in the navigate the medical employed two physicians that to our cultural sensitivity and are aware of the by fellow that we met coming from in addition to that we have a special enterprise program that is under a money women's centre and his is joe harry africa we are encouraging disagreement to utilize their skills to make this beautiful crafts in army there are made from ecofriendly materials light recycling o'clock in recycled paper recycler reads in the idea behind the socialist prizes too by the hand of these women who went out in this is basically to provide them is source of livelihood wasn't this woman can lunch on good to work due to big stick in cultural cultural various and so this is what they do from their homes and the nickel living doing this so i just wanted to say genius is crumbling jia abdullah by lead the la by be busy but dean logging what am i the left any addison one what does swallowed a decent y'all gordon brown sunk debunked you did boom it is we brought to japan diabe now declaring established that they must go pain as soon on the analogy might be when ciller being woken missile yet the number and be allowed to get on that does little nipple thin on his own the thomas did when it's buddha guide you'll see phony on money in it all in a studio numbi make councilman went would normally general couple of us do boom voting deke an anonymous in montana blacked witness gummy sound wake up wounds he gets up at your yummy minaj bundled with i've been allowed into the upper l'amis multibillion opel that'll mean meet up wound up why did he ever kelly labels chris a p bidian an egg smoke it when they go doesn't want him i miss.

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"claxton" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"claxton" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Hello my name is smith hungary and my genius is a money women's enter biz in claxton georgia we a nonprofit working with alexa julie from different african countries and we do for them is provide culturally and linguistically since health education workshops and that this entails up in the navigate the medical employed two physicians that to our cultural sensitivity and are aware of the by fellow that we met coming from in addition to that we have a special enterprise program that is under a money women's centre and his is joe harry africa we are encouraging disagreement to utilize their skills to make this beautiful crafts in army there are made from ecofriendly materials light recycling o'clock in recycled paper recycler reads in the idea behind the socialist prizes too by the hand of these women who went out in this is basically to provide them is source of livelihood wasn't this woman can lunch on good to work due to big stick in cultural cultural various and so this is what they do from their homes and the nickel living doing this so i just wanted to say genius is crumbling jia abdullah by lead the la by be busy but dean logging what am i the left any addison one what does swallowed a decent y'all gordon brown sunk debunked you did boom it is we brought to japan diabe now declaring established that they must go pain as soon on the analogy might be when ciller being woken missile yet the number and be allowed to get on that does little nipple thin on his own the thomas did when it's buddha guide you'll see phony on money in it all in a studio numbi make councilman went would normally general couple of us do boom voting deke an anonymous in montana blacked witness gummy sound wake up wounds he gets up at your yummy minaj bundled with i've been allowed into the upper l'amis multibillion opel that'll mean meet up wound up why did he ever kelly labels chris a p bidian an egg smoke it when they go doesn't want him i miss.

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"claxton" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"claxton" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"Even my dear leader pop care ask very bordering there taiwan claxton our guest here on emegency radio coming off a huge win a belt or one '86 it was the first round ko a flying me he beat jonty baena bowman that night all right go than dan what he have four speedy claxton all talent actually what what what what i can i uh we we gonna make it through an outlet you know i was lawmaker polls but we don't make it all here and i will by amateur career it air clark air climb sundarban guy aired lorna nma guy aircraft hit i like it is pretty dope hey air claxton so when with when anthony peta's did the showtime kick i remember duke rufus said that's nothing he's been work on other things that we haven't seen so my question for you are there other finishing moves that you've been practicing in the training room that we still have and seen i'm oh wow allow o how angry at most people won't try i will try it fell there i have a lot of area blows of in dangerous little is that a lot of people will take on their cell therapy to quash an absolutely yeah near the first one hour comfortable thoroughly i feel like uh you know that might be a little too wyler a little too dangerous so you know what i get comfortable draw noda bracket uh you know i'll i'll be parliament's by hail.

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"claxton" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"claxton" Discussed on WSB-AM

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