17 Burst results for "Cleveland Mississippi"
"cleveland mississippi" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Used to a P. three oh WCCO. and we continue here on our American stories now it's time to visit a piece of American folklore to separate fact from fiction in the tale of Robert Johnson at the crossroads. use just many of us have heard the story of a young black man who went down to the crossroads of. somewhere in Mississippi looking to make a deal with the devil in exchange for super hero like guitar powers. legend has it that it all went down at the intersection of sixty one and forty nine in Clarksdale busy intersection for a small town. on an island in the middle of the intersection three big blue guitars or the sign underneath it says the cross road. this is where all the maps and postcards. but is it really the same crossroads of those songs were written about. if you ask the question around here get a lot of different answers some people insistence here in Clarksdale others say it's down the road closer to the Mississippi River in Rosedale at the intersection of highway highway one. but some people around here say the original cross roads is out in the country just a few miles east of Cleveland Mississippi just sounds. plantation. at its peak Dockery had around three thousand workers. exactly employees.
"cleveland mississippi" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"LBJ no wonder what's driving this you hear all the time about the list of the most expensive cities and hear those expensive city in Texas that's where you're living uhhuh about this one this is the twenty five least expensive cities in United States based on cost of living index where your favorite city on their Waco in Lubbock what a shock there are a lot of them in Texas in the south what do you think it's driving cost of living everyone number two on the list is beautiful McAllen Texas then you've got Memphis tupelo Mississippi Conway Arkansas Texarkana Oklahoma City Amarillo Faith Hill Arkansas are you noticing a trend Decatur Alabama Cleveland Tennessee don't know where that is in our Cleveland Mississippi has been actually love the Grange county Georgia okay that's a Jonesborough so line a Kansas beautiful can't imagine why the cost of living is so low in the cities number one on the list Harland okay I live in Harlan's and then to below Mississippi I think you know was born in tupelo Mississippi don't just assume Elvis Presley bingo Bango bongo whatever yeah it's not helping I take I take Hollinger over Texarkana would jump yeah yeah I would take Kerr legit over acts are Lana Texarkana what is that nice stuck in nineteen forty five but it's a lot more prettier than our religion is but you would get those much fruit Texarkana Texarkana is prettier yeah is it yeah yeah no thanks Hey Joe the Red River I don't know but Oklahoma City I can't tell you about saying Jones were Arkansas Regis all sounds terrible they would include Waco because it doesn't matter it's so horrible thank you for his love affair with Waco continue that included on the least expensive cities because it's so horrible not even worthy of mentioning I'm all they got all those museums air and chip and Joanna there he said that all the time they live in Highland Park in Dallas it is a Chris you're on K. LBJ they would have billed them doing either so far thanks Chris I would like a crazy person here but not going into a conspiracy I do think you with like a guard who is where now you have the C. here baby this billionaire that the pair of file when you gonna be doing some better and you just like you know what he's faking it so I don't have so he doesn't have to go to Jim Bob so we cannot lacks been checking on okay it's very odd the way you yeah I know I'd be pretty odd that your position is I'm gonna sound crazy by not being fierce you're an outline her by saying it just maybe to do really to kill himself yeah armor but why would federal officials of federal facility remember why do they become so lax when he is now after what happened on Friday with the dump of all the information he's the most notorious inmate in our prison system with what the what the link to bill Richardson and the senator other senator I can't believe they did they they weren't watch they more closely well if we wanted to go a different way Chris you're crazy for not believing in the crazy crazy for that you're crazy from so truthful now I'm gonna go ahead contributed a crazy all right let's have it maybe with the engineer that the or guard would be there yeah it we wanted yes have a conspiracy theory yeah yeah yeah yeah I'm I mean I think the better question I mean my question is is there really an effort to investigate and out the life and everyone is so to me that's the real issue now forget forget Jeffrey have seen we know his history we know his story we know what a bad guy he what we we got all that part the real issue now is is some is there really a federal effort because there really wasn't one decades ago they found the right it is out of it wasn't for the Miami Herald you and and and a cost of the labor secretary getting grilled most people know nothing about this is a really an effort to out the people close to him or is this just a smokescreen to say hi Pat Pat everyone of the.
"cleveland mississippi" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"I four the golden lions under eleventh year head coach George ivory at guard at six four senior from walls, Mississippi, we've already talked about him tonight Martavis McKnight, he is averaging twenty eight points per game. He was the player of the year last year in the southwestern athletic conference when he averaged eighteen and a half points a game. Also at guard is six five senior from Cleveland. Not Cleveland, Ohio. Cleveland Mississippi, Charles Jackson. He averages eleven point three points a game. And he is a thirty seven percent three point shooter at forward is six eight sophomore from Milwaukee Terrence bad yard. He averages five points in six and a half four. It's also at forward a six eight junior from sent Toby Mississippi Trevor banks, averaging five points and three point seven rebounds. And the final starter at forward is six five skinny one hundred eighty five pound sophomore from Marion Arkansas, Sean dos. The third double digit score in the starting lineup. He averages ten point seven now for the five and one Bearcats looking for their sixth consecutive win at guard at six five junior from Wilmington high school, the reigning American athletic conference player of the week. Jaren he leads the Bearcats scoring at eighteen point two points. A game at point guard for five ten senior from Baltimore. Justin, Jennifer, averaging five points and dishing out a team high three point, eight assists. Also at guard at six five sophomore from Brooklyn, Keith Williams, averaging nine points and three point seven rebounds. At forward is six eight junior from towns in Georgia Trayvon, Scott, averaging ten points and six and a half boards. And also at four to six eleven junior from Philadelphia Brooks, the average is seven point seven points and lead the Bearcats and rebounds at six point seven per game at Cincinnati and Arkansas pine bluff tonight, the fifth all-time meeting between the two schools. Cincinnati. Perfect four no against the golden lions. We'll take a out in our pre game coverage continues. I'll be joined by Bearcats head coach Mick Cronin..
"cleveland mississippi" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"It's a New York accent little Uber's lifts all you guys who have is locked in tonight driving everybody where they gotta get. This is a big night on the road. So thank you for keeping it here on CBS sports radio. Spent a lot of the first hour, obviously looking ahead. Tomorrow's thanksgiving games. I started the show with what court what coach tomorrow Jason Gary Matt Patricia Dan Quinn can lease the Ford embarrassing loss without ending up. Squarely back on the hot seat, and we will continue to take your calls on that at eight five five two one two four two two seven that number again is eight five five two one two four CBS as well as anything else you wanna. Talk about football basketball and anything related, but I did want to get into. It did go final about a half an hour ago and Cleveland the Lakers improved attended seven on the year beating the Cavs one zero nine one five the Cavs full the two and fourteen boy, ain't it funny. I just notice him this record now. Cavs awful awful through sixteen games on watchable until tonight when LeBron came back into town where they were they put up a good fight. But even a two and fourteen even a two and fourteen Kovacs and Dave shepherd the Cleveland Cavs are still better than each alleged to Brown. Teamster sixteen games that amazing as bad as the Cavs were. That's how much worse the Browns were in Cleveland the last two years, but the reports of his game we thought the Cavs go to plot to win. It was an emotional night, and Cleveland, and I will say stock up stock down a couple of things number one stock up on the Cavs fans for this really wasn't a doubt. But not being fools. Lebron? Brought. You the title he vowed to bring when he left Miami to return home. And I understand the idea maybe of being a little disappointed now that he bailed again in his in his third team. It's just very unorthodox for what we're used to considering Michael Jordan only left to play in Washington when he came out of retirement at the very end that I know he retired but came back to came back to Chicago. And Coby I noted to start at the Lakers, but always remained a Laker. So to see LeBron go playing a third uniform, and considering the fact that he was a hometown Cleveland guy, and he was somewhere else in between and had two stints. I get the idea of feeling like dude, did you really have to go play in LA. But the caftans didn't hold a grudge, and they gave him an enormous standing ovation when he returned to Cleveland tonight. And that's the way it should have been. That's the way it should have been. This is few. I that's probably what he was saying is JR Smith ended up on the trade bloc Cleveland, this is for you. But as you see the Cavs lose again, and they had the two and fourteen and you see the Lakers now win, and they got a training water plane, obviously brew basketball, ten seven one zero five I give you stock up on the Cleveland fans. You know, what's stock down overall on LeBron in L A, not LeBron the player and not the Lakers team because the Lakers will make the playoffs this year and LeBron will have a great year. But tonight was the first night and made a lot of this has to do with football fan them. And we hear a lot from out west that I have been out west the bungee here when you talk to people in radio that there is an east coast bias when it comes out west. I feel like we'll Braun is becoming or at least with his Lakers stint. The first time witnessing will west coast bias in the fact that I don't know about you guys ships big NBA fan times the first time I felt any buzz this season around LeBron game whatsoever. And I think that just stems from the fact that he's on so damn late on the east coast now playing at ten thirty eastern. I know there's nothing you can do about it. He's in L A. And I'm sure he's the biggest deal in the world on the west coast right now L A has to be LeBron more than anything in the world. And I get that. But in the east coast doesn't feel like we're less into LeBron the season. Now, I don't think LeBron's that liked. I think this is being universal. I mean, this guy has had fame in cars and money handed to him since he was sixteen years old. You cannot be like, but still be polarizing LeBron is always gonna earn that earned it. But I will say, and it'll as the playoffs up we get out of the NFL, and we really turn our attention to the NBA. I'm sure LeBron will beat the forefront, and he'll be a topic of conversation. But I didn't even tell you work with the DA show nine AM to noon eastern, nine AM Pacific. You only do west coast MBA, it's been about all the warrior Java and all about Kevin Durant and even on the east coast. Now, it's been about Celtics. Not as great as we thought box have been on believable. Jimmy Butler goes to the seventy Sixers. It's been all of those story lines, and it feels like through the first month plus of the season, I guess going. We're going to be entering tuneful months of the season. Lebron has not been the topic on the east coast the way he has been for the last decade. The mere fact that I'm telling you there are not a lot of NBA fans in east coast to the series. Lebron games live you seen the highlights the next morning and tonight was the first day where I'm walking around sports radio. And there's some buzz about watching LeBron the east. Coast this season stool a buys. He's a Laker fan. I just I don't know. I know it obviously it's a big deal in lane. This is big to expand his west coast brand. But I feel like there's at least two months a little bit of LeBron's lost the little the east coast fan in the east coast buzz through your thoughts on that. It's definitely different. I know for me, I work later. So I'm up to see those games air enough after right of the new Europe, you're getting home. I remember that shift Wendy I used to do it as well. And you're watching a lot of west coast hoops and hockey, you're essentially a west coaster living on the east coast. I am. Yes. That is true, especially with the raider and Laker fan when you're doing those hours, but I can tell you I wake up, and this is an old, man. Get off my lawn. I wake up between five and five thirty AM eastern to get into CBS sports radio by seventy AM eastern. So do the math. I'm up at two or two thirty AM Pacific. So it's hard. It is hard to see warrior, Laker games. Live a lot of those watch the highlights, and this isn't just a me thing. But I talked to my buddies. How many LeBron heated discussion? So he would have on the east coast because you'd be he'd be on MBA TV every night. ESPN and you watch him at seven o'clock. He's you just don't see his games. More tonight. Was the first time you like all right? Lebron returns to Cleveland your LeBron. So stock down on the fact that I'm just not being able to enjoy LeBron anymore, and maybe that's a selfish take and you guys on the west coast or eating it up. We'll just just a comparison with that. I mean, don't you feel like the patriots were a lot more polarizing maybe a couple years ago three years ago, they had the same success. It's not like they've dipped at all. Yeah. I mean, but here's the deal. It's just the teak you there is fatigue. But then there is that element of rooting against him. And maybe that is when LeBron with L A we were confused because we will root against the warriors. Now as a root against the only guy you could take out the warriors out west there. So you know, if you're not buying the rockets weird. Lakers for me. It's been a weird dynamic through two months of the season. And I think the weirdest part is that it hasn't been as big as stories I thought it would be because they're not good. They're not that good brass. What you saw tonight. That's an MBA problem too that they're not good at the best player in the world. Now is on a team that you know, has no shot at beating the best team out west, and that's not going to change until Durant leaves after the they're not winning around there. They're not gonna win. They're not gonna win seven games and the Akron change next year. If the warriors get broken up in the Lakers, add something that could change that could change. You've never done the old, man. He's not the same guy said, Stu, I couldn't tell you because you're on the east coast. So we'll take your calls on that eight five five two one two four two to seventy not appreciating. Lebron lakers. Now, are you LeBron fatigue? Does it just feel like there's no buzz around the and the Lakers. But finally, there was tonight and the other point I wanted to make on Cleveland. Look good job by them as fans, and they're going to be terrible. And they're going to be one of the worst three teams in the NBA this year. And if you're one of the worst three teams under new tanking rules. You all have equal opportunity at the top pick for the love of basketball. God's can we not give the city of Cleveland Ziya Williamson police police, and if you're listening in Akron and Cleveland or anywhere in Ohio on your Cavs fan? I know this is gonna sound like e Cleveland, I know I like Cleveland Mississippi. It's a good time. You go down to the flats Torres you, okay? You want to do the rocker hall of fame fine. It's a good party city. It's a good time. And a lot of that is because of the revenue LeBron brought to Cleveland, and I hope that the city could continue up that they got great downtown casino. It's a fun time. Cleveland does rock. I'm on picturing his mimi's fat face which carry anyway. On that on that point. They had Kyrie Irving with the first pick that eventually helped bring LeBron back. They had LeBron how many times this the same franchise. Get to have a break of bringing in a generational player now. Yeah. The hell the first pick with Anthony Benedict turn out to be nothing. But that wasn't generous player you watch Duke. And I know they lost to Gonzaga today. Finally, Zion will use this out on the planet. He's going to be the first overall pick. We can start making bets on other guys like that. He's that talent that means more than just an n one mix tape dunker the guy could pass he special. I'm not trying to compare them to LeBron before the guy even has a first successful college basketball season a listing on Williamson needs is anybody comparing roller Bron James, but he looks like a generational talent. He looks like a franchise changer. I don't need them changing. The Cavs franchise. Could somebody else have tasted a wealth? Please. Shows the Cavs continue to suck and are two and fourteen or sixteen please basketball. God's do not give them the first overall pick. So that we could go through the same old same over the Cavs in the city of Cleveland, get bailed out with another generational talent. In the NBA idol. I hate it. I can't have it happen. Take your calls on that. Plus, I see the phone's lighting up on some football. There's plenty of football to get into at eight five five two one two four to seven the number eight five five two two four CBS your calls. They're your tweets at morass CBS ABC CBS where dick tweets, and he called earlier from Ertel beach, give the cab some love takes picture of cab outside an enormous navy ship there the cab guys not happy that doing over and lifts. Yes. Tip your cabbies tonight era of thanksgiving eve. 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"cleveland mississippi" Discussed on KSRO
"That's how I got introduced to Laurie toy in the first place, a very very good friend of mine who has since passed away. Said you've got to see this map. And sure enough he brought it over and I want. Actually, I said something far more descriptive. And I said you've got to be kidding. And it was a map showing a future United States. In fact, while a US that just wasn't the same old USA that you and I have been used to. And as I recall, the the area that I live in here was very particularly affected. A by something that fell from space more or less took it out asteroid. Asteroid the movie, but not Kansas City in southern Nevada. So it is with some trepidation that Anna moment, I will bring on. But great pleasure, Laurie toy. She really is a joy, let me tell you about some programs that are coming up in the near future. All right on Monday. We're going to have Robert morning sky here, he is a native American, and as you know. We're sitting in a kind of a strange period of time right now, we're in a very serious earthquake window right in the middle of it, you go take a look at that moon out there but tomorrow actually tomorrow Sunday, really depending on your time zone. It's going to be a big full moon, which will go into a nearly full eclipse making quite visible for many. A very unusual moment to see a comet. The biggest brightest most impressive comet that. I have ever seen in my life. And I'm sure that is true for a lot of you too. So we will talk to Robert morning sky about the native American view of the comet this comet and more to come. Then reaching out a little bit on March twenty eighth. A woman who has covered eleven US presidents is going to be here. You know her. She's the dean or is it should it be the duchess of the of the White House. Press corps. Sarah mcclendon. And then Tuesday night Wednesday morning this coming getting closer, Lynn Buchanan. A remote viewer who was very much right in the middle of project Stargate. Then one more to tell you about April tenth, and this is an interview that I've been seeking for a very long time, April tenth. Elizabeth Clare prophet is going to be my guest. So that's kind of a little peek ahead Clinton and Yeltsin have ended. A summit that doesn't bear very much a comment right now. A US troops are on their way to here. And we'll cover whatever else is in the news, which isn't much shortly. What we will do in a moment is talk to Laurie toy by the way. Welcome to W D S K in Cleveland Mississippi. So what do you might let me know where Cleveland Mississippi is fourteen ten on the dial and glad to have you folks aboard. I can't really explain to you about this program. You're just going to have to sort of sit back, and listen and go. Who is this wild guy on the radio and you'll figure it out in short order. So Laurie toy coming up in a moment. And I'll tell you all about her. Message and data rates may apply. Earning your degree from one of the top business schools in the country might sound impossible to fit into your workload..
"cleveland mississippi" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"You see that say that in bilbo's responses we've got a nickel negro fireman down here who is keeping it mighty hot for us you know he said that he gave that speech in the mississippi delta in nineteen fifty five it was reported in the you know it was known that he did this so it is remarkable the mean away but he was a very charming man he did have business relationships a lot if there were a lot of jews in the mississippi delta you had good relations with them but others and there was some fear of him that he could mobilize people to you know for example there was a bank in mississippi in cleveland mississippi the banker referred or the teller referred to a woman by her first name instead of saying mrs in that was standard practice very often well howard objected to that and ended up exerting some influence and got in got the teller fire and got the bank to issue an apology so he he had something going for him in terms of personality let's talk to don calls from albany oregon good evening evening gentlemen how you doing fine thank you i was just wondering if dr howard ever had any trouble with the ku klux klan oh yeah he was on a ebony magazine did a story on him in fifty five and said he was number one on a clan death list and grabbers is also on the list maybe arrays was howard protege gave his first job and brought him into the civil rights movement and they were on the death lists and there was a they went down a little while later of all the people on the list and almost all the men have been driven out of the state or killed howard finally left the state after the emmett till trial and i think there's a lot of reasons for but one of them is his wife and i got sort of eyewitness second eyewitness weather evidence on this was slapped around by by policemen and she was that was not something that was she was used to she was born in los angeles from a very elite family and that was something that was just very shocking to were and and center health and do a tailspin never never the same after that i think there were a lot of things happening the ended up leaving in early nineteen fifty six he was on a clan list but he was heavily armed all these people were and you had to get in close is all black town you have these rallies of black people if you're white person you stand out and you gotta getting close to shoot they're gonna shoot back one.
"cleveland mississippi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To offer fixedterm um you know and this pattern is repeated multiple times maybe it's the same partner at the same firm doing the same thing but there's no central place to report that showed that one person having this experience in a but there's a lot of silos spread across the ecosystem looks good through the conversation is continuing no doubt about it that your reporting on it was it chapman venture capital reporter at bloomberg news was that joining us on the phone from san francisco this is bloomberg let's get a check on our latest while the national headlines at sad check in with nathan hager who found him in our bloomberg 991 newsroom in washington dc nathan who karelia charlie pellett just alerted us to this red headline the cross moments ago new charges from special counsel robert muller in his case against former trump campaign chairman paul manafort in his one time deputy rick gates both men now face thirty two counts including tax evasion and bank fraud charges move could put even more pressure on them to cooperate as they prepare for trial later this year president trump is renewing his call to arm some teachers following last week's ford a high school shooting at a white house meeting with state and local officials the president suggested teachers who choose to carry concealed get a bonus we need harden sites we need to let people know you come into our schools you're going to be day as kirby fair president also hinted at polling federal immigration officers out of california now that the states declared itself a sanctuary state he says if he ordered in california would be begging ice agents to come back mississippi has granted a six plus million dollar tax break to a hotel developer that's working with the trump organization chala point llcs building a siazon branded hotel in cleveland mississippi the president's company announced that deal back in june drawing ethics concerns so what's it take to get into.
"cleveland mississippi" Discussed on Examining Politics
"There are large lending institution doesn't have the relationship to do that's absolutely right absolutely right uh so so our our uh southern bank the eu partners are nonprofit arm they they do a number of what we call financial development prov uh programs and so sousse uh they actually go out to communities with his church's community groups sometimes even one on one uh to really help people understand capital and credit and help them understand how to repair the credit how to read a credit report uh had a how do we build it credit uh and we we are part of it association the mississippi other jennifer williams participated in a number of community banks and i just southern but a number of three the banks i and we have this sixweek up in six sixweek uh kind of financial boot camp course uh the jennifer participated in and jennifer it's true success store and they're there's so many more jennifer just like that so we've been talking about payday lounes we've been talking about the uh institution adaren works for down southern bank cars news uh doing this great portion in reinvesting and becoming and being part of our rural communities all in arkansas in mississippi and we're going to talk a little bit about this wonderful uh lady that i had the opportunity to interview uh like ten days ago so jennifer williams was twenty four years old she had just starting her starter teaching career in cleveland mississippi and she found herself you know able to make ends meet and you know just sort of her budget well sh she candidly admitted she didn't keep a budget but she she she wasn't a ever able to live um from paycheck to paycheck and so she went to another teacher that that she was a friend with and said so hey lake where we're i go is there a bank around here um you know what's what's the situation and her her coworker appointed her to the in the.
"cleveland mississippi" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"A special deals something to give back in a way anyone who comes in bookings a couple of rough attached to vets racist or gangrelated pierce will cover it out free of charge i've covered up a lotta tattoos that were gangrelated or or racists in some way pierce announced his special offer on facebook christmas night in his post he says that some people have been judged by a past bad decision or no longer want to represent the negativity they once did i would like to help change that if somebody regret something that they got whether it's twenty years ago two years ago i always try to try to make it happen pierce says the cost for a couple up runs anywhere from four hundred to over a thousand dollars price he's willing to pay in hopes of painting a different social picture the universe any of arkansas at pine bluff athletic department announced wednesday that cedric thomas will be the programs next head football coach thomas a native of cleveland mississippi played cornerback at mississippi delta community college and ninety six in ninety seven he later received a football scholarship to you a p and he played quarterback for the golden lions from ninety eight to ninety nine entered a bachelor of science degree and health physical education and recreation thomas has been the defensive coordinator and defensive back coach at all corn stay in two thousand since two thousand and twelve next news in thirty minutes i'm rebecca davis for newsradio one or two point nine karn his michaels this moron left vacant in a mosque and broke some moscow windows okay it's a crime but he was given fifteen years in prison stressing kate stein lease killer walk free and this guy got fifteen years for breaking windows in a mosque it seems a perversion of hate crime laws to impose a fifteen year sentence for leaving bacon in a mosque and breaking a.
"cleveland mississippi" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Floyd womack will not do it right now let's do the it widow all gambit gambit right right you're nickname is poor job i guess that that these silly question is why m mobley maybe that after all russell name folks up cash i was about three four years old and it just up and the finedetails ahead to for the guy to keep the weight owned because causes porch up right grew up in mississippi in mississippi cleveland mississippi in the delta butter cotton fears and so we'll be feels around and cold jacket cereal fabio over ourselves for the coup had an eye for lineman absolutely absolutely knew that was where he built a team oh yeah you know he level being you know and and in our big physical guys and it was just it was just enjoy it because i mean we literally the ball over though and i'll identities would just it was just being physical the whole time and you know it was good for us i had to give you hear me there there are great nicknames in college sports in professional sports in all kinds of sports but but uh pork chop major it just as a connotation on i'm making a wild guess here floyd and now you life for jobs you know what i'd do actually i want a former devoured and of course i worker a lot of guys that that will pretty much anything but then they played the one of my colleagues a by defensive line in the nfl see you could relate to that oh absolutely absolutely you know us this window days win you know when you big mandate he just just noticeable you know and so um maybe have nicknamed pork chop mep beat me be any size is like is it pits right growing up in the delta and for people don't know that i mean that's a very interesting part of the state of mississippi was there a doubt that you would go to state or wherever you are deigned to be there around.
"cleveland mississippi" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Price clint williamson left on a big glasses swede iced tea and shared his thoughts about the new hotel initially he was glad to have a hotel with a spot and cleveland may measures was on it i am most ethnic maya completely because as just don't feel comfortable smin in my money knowing that it will be supported him in his ideas many ethics experts are alarmed about the trump organization entering new deals trump placed his business interests in a revolt couple trust which means any profits from his hotels we'll be waiting for him once he leaves office billing thou will in a mayor of the city of cleveland mississippi mayor now waves away concerns about the trump connection he says a new hotel will help develop the town in cleveland is a long way from washington dc every day i wake up a really not that much spry as what goes on in washington what goes on any way of in this particular case i see nothing but good coming out of cleveland have this boutique hotel and if everything goes to plan the trumps will have a stake in this town in the middle of the mississippi delta by early next year jackie northam them npr news cleveland many bulow and karen our elephants that they avenue standing at a court of law the non human rights project is petitioning the state of connecticut behalf of those three residents of gauchan connecticut's calmer for ju for over twenty years the project has been working to prove that some animals in fact deserve legal status stephen washes taught animal rights law at harvard stanford nother law schools he's president of the non human rights project and joined us now from member station wmal are in miami thanks very much for being with us mr wise thank you for inviting me now in in in doing stories on on animals animal rights animal welfare i usually try and avoid shane person or persons you you use that were uh on on what basis.
"cleveland mississippi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Price clint williamson left on a big glasses swede iced tea and shared his thoughts about the new hotel initially he was glad to have a hotel with a spot and cleveland may measures there was on it most definitely changed my mind completely because as just don't feel comfortable spin in my money knowing that it would be a support him in his ideas many ethics experts are alarmed about the trump organization entering new deals trump placed his business interests in a revolt couple trust which means any profits from his hotels we'll be waiting for him once he leaves office billing now will in a mayor of the city of cleveland mississippi mayor now waves away concerns about the trump connection he says a new hotel will help develop the town and cleveland is a long way from washington dc every day i wake up a really not that much spreads bur what goes on in washington what goes on anywhere in this particular case i see nothing but good coming out of cleveland have this boutique hotel and if everything goes to plan the trumps will have a stake in this town in the middle of the mississippi delta by early next year jackie northam npr news cleveland many bulow and karen our elephants they avenue standing at a court of law the non human rights project is petitioning the state of connecticut behalf of the genome of gauchan connecticut's calmer for ju for over twenty years the project has been working to prove that some animals in fact deserve legal status stephen wise has taught animal rights law at harvard stanford nother law schools if president.
"cleveland mississippi" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Good price clint williamson have done a big glasses sweet iced tea and shared his thoughts about the new hotel initially he was glad to have a hotel with a spot in cleveland may measures was on it most definitely changed my mind completely because as just don't feel comfortable in my money knowing that it would be a support him in his ideas many ethics experts are alarmed about the trump organization entering new deals trump placed his business interests in revoke opel trust which means any profits from his hotels we'll be waiting for him once he leaves office billing now will in a mayor of the city of cleveland mississippi mayor now waves away concerns about the trump connection he says a new hotel will help develop the town in cleveland is a long way from washington dc every day i wake up a really not that much sproutzbauer what goes on in washington what goes on in this particular case i see nothing but good coming out of cleveland have this boutique hotel and if everything goes to plan the trumps will have a stake in this town in the middle of the mississippi delta by early next year jackie north npr news cleveland many bulow and karen our elephants they avenue standing at a court of law the non human rights project is petitioning the state of connecticut behalf of those three residents of gauchan connecticut's calmer for ju for over twenty years the project has been working to prove that some animals in fact deserve legal status stephen wise has taught animal rights law at harvard stanford nother law schools is president of the non human rights project and joins us now from member station wor in miami thanks very much for being with us mr wise thank you for inviting me now in in in doing stories on on animals animal rights animal welfare i usually try and avoid chain.
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"Other injury they're they're getting a little banged i've had starting position described will be better just put it on injured reserve the texas church where more than two dozen people were killed by a gunman sunday will be demolished the pastor said today cbs news update the texas church were 26 parisioners were killed in a shooting rampage is being torn down cbs's steve kerr has more the decision was made by the pastor of the first baptist church frank pomeroy he tragically lost his 14yearold daughter annabel in the shooting he says it would just be too painful to hold services are again so the building will be demolished he does hope that in its place a memorial big convene to honor those who were killed the investigation continues to determine the motive behind the attack the fbi is working to crack the cell phone of suspect devon pelley deputy attorney general rod rosenstein speaking in baltimore nobody has a legitimate expectation of privacy from the suspect is deceased and even if he were alive it would be legal for police and prosecutors out what is in the fall more than a dozen people were wounded in that attack cbs news update i'm pam coulter another mississippi city will stop flying the state flag because it includes the confederate battle level cleveland mississippi voted three two two two day to remove the flag from display at city hall the police departments other municipal property a woman is coming forward with a claim that senate cb that it rose alabama saudi sexual encounter with uh uh when she was fourteen years old cbs's bill raikov report the alleged incident happened in 1979 the former alabama supreme court chief denies claim by league corfu republished in the mid post saying it's part of an effort by democrats and the poster ruin his name the head of the special election for senate next month says more bdeir in 1979 taking her to hit home twice on the second visit she says more touched her over her underwear then attempted to place her hand on his genitals john additional post reports three other women say they were sued by more.
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"Like this is so insane and it's so many years ago now right and it's all been debunked it's just i i mean i cannot believe we're adding another taxpayer funded investigation hillary clinton the after all of them over years have come up with that still lie the hillary in this guy on this seems saw nonlethal inward eric trump eric jim sure he's definitely an island of dr moreau leftover get all the right stuff should a left him bye coulter they're both to body aw eric the densly challenged one anti don jr planning to open plantation style luxury hotels in poor black areas at disorder in sabah's restaurants bring those back the trump brothers are investing in luxury resorts on one of the poorest corners in america america's part of a programme they're calling an american idea like slavery well we have rouf's down here if you want to move up to the big house those rates will be the actual american idea is that the trump organization will be reopening to comfort ends and roadway ends but we'll bring them up to trump standards meaning more grafting amid those cottonfields will rise the trump organizations project design like an antebellum plantation in towns near cleveland mississippi the town population is just barely over twelve thousand people would majority african american citizenry located in the mississippi delta it's being pitched as a place where the blues can be celebrated a plan that some black residents view was true trump's separate to monetize the threadbare music invented by slaves in the miss b cottonfields fields but people in the depressed economic area are desperate for jobs a local attorney representing the town's black residents in the voting rights lawsuit citadel it'll put residents in the position of choosing between their politics in their economic need dear god is going to be one of those like pauline dean kind of things where they are forced to wear near certain serving closed and your bill antebellum kind of now yeah well confederate statues of being joy building this is a full plantation hotels this'll be called dean's comeback i assume rain she'll be probably in charge of these she can hold on the proper attire the crack the whip you know it's breakfast i.
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"Of the remaining i think there were four hundred thirty cases from 2000 um and that counts of comprehensive review led for let the hundreds of districts being let out now there was two hundred seventy six exactly most of those came out under bush versus obama glad there were still some declared unitary under obama and by the above administration did have some winds and stopping the splintering in some cases yeah i mean in mississippi they actually finally integrated there were too high schools three miles apart one essentially all black one was integrated and they finally integrated dark dark school in cleveland mississippi back in two thousand fifteen what's happening now of the was assumed that a jeff sessions would be much more amenable to this sort of thing you had were already see i've heard several are justice department um former career attorneys say that they've heard rumors of of districts getting ready to to petition to get unitary status given that it should be easier if history is a guy did nerd portman of justice stafford tell you that the department is actually tried to pose these splinter districts but the courts won't listen yes or no i mean that goes back to the dow decision the courts are are much tougher on department of justice lawyers for mirror than they were before ninety one blood there's also the spatial basic issue with the department that they've never had the financial resources to extra monitor these case so we think research tradition across the south in places where they could have hatter say what a consent decree so consent decree essentially lays out like here the steps you need to take before you get in this case unitary saddest so like the consent decrees with police departments that arm sessions has been so again's they are they really interfere with local control they said you're gonna make sure that you're suspension rates look the same for black and white students by the end of this twoyear period to get unitary status so that's what the obama administration was doing session seems to prefer um a century just settlement agreements don't do a dot lawyers say it's more the fault of presidential administrations for not investing more in order to make desegregation real here it's it's interesting is actually the most pushback i've gotten from this story is firm doj lawyers who feel like yes they've done their job really well but they could.
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"White house today the three are from states mr trump won in november heidi heitkamp of north dakota joe donnelly of indiana and joe manchin of west virginia mr trump is hoping they won't back him when it comes to tax reform white house press secretary santa sarah sanders just by their willingness to want to sit down and have these conversations with the president as certain something that we are looking forward to and hopefully we'll be very productive steps forward in a process of having a very ambitious legislative agenda for the fall the president spoke came hide camps home state of north dakota earlier this month bringing her along with him on air force one and calling her a good woman a vigil was held tonight outside the stonewall inn in memory of pete of windsor who died today here in new york city it was windsor who brought a landmark supreme court case that struck down parts of a federal law that banned gay marriage that led to federal recognition for samesex spouses susan summer is director of constitutional litigation of lambda legal she folk to tempt and winds having their mall powerhouse of a woman scanned up for herself and her company out there was an inspiration burying our empowerment dignity to thousands and thousands of people around the country eightieth winds sir was eighty eight a grammy museum is scheduled to open up the prudential center in newark next month the los angelesbased museum has locations in cleveland mississippi and in nashville this.