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"L. A City Fire Department says firefighters did find evidence of a marijuana grow at the House. Last night's explosion severely damaged the house and level It's garage. Two men got seriously hurt. One got burned. The second guy had to be dug out of the debris. Two more reports criticized the LAPD for his handling of the riots last year in Los Angeles. Each report found the department mishandled aspects of the protests, including crowd management policies and practices that were inadequate to handle the disparate groups or to identify leaders among the protesters and address the level of violence. The reports were released by the National Police Foundation and by a group of retired LAPD officials. Both reports were requested by the L. A City Council and the L. A Police commission. The results are similar to another report released in March. All three reports and Loaded failures and communication between the chief command staff field supervisors in line officers. Steve Gregory King If I knew zaps near Minneapolis, say the black men they killed during a traffic stop was trying to get away from them. Dante right, was shot yesterday when he got back into his car. His mother says she was on the car with him at the time. Heard.
Volkswagen's Name Change Joke Didn't Land
"From brown and business wars daily on this monday april twelfth. Happy started the week. Everyone you know. Who's been having a tough april volkswagen matsue and as you may have that's mostly because they started the month with an april fools joke that fell flatter than a busted tire is started in the last days of march when the automaker quote accidentally unquote released a very serious sounding statement announcing that they'd be changing their name to volts wagon that's volts as in electricity. Now volkswagen's id for is the company's only electric model in the us market so far but the company is planning to build more and said that all future electric models would come emblazoned with their new name volts wagon now in eighty-three rolled company. Suddenly changing. Its moniker is suspicious right. But the name change announcement was so deadpan that it got picked up by the likes of cnbc. The bbc and the verge and all that publicity had an impact on the company's stocks. Volkswagen stock prices rose nearly five percent on the day the statement was released the ap reported but only hours later. A company spokesman confirmed that the name change was an early april. Fool's joke a joke. I should say that didn't quite land sea. Volkswagen isn't exactly held up as a model of corporate transparency. You may remember that in two thousand fifteen. The company installed deceptive software in its vehicles to cheat on government emissions tests that move launched a five-year fiasco. That cost volkswagen thirty. Five billion dollars led to the recall of millions of vehicles so volkswagen's been trying to dust off. Its image since then which makes this joke. Well puzzling to say the least and the us securities and exchange commission doesn't seem to have that much of a sense of humor. Manipulating the stock market is of course illegal. An even though it's not certain that manipulation was the intent behind volkswagen statement. The joke certainly swelled stock prices which could bring regulators knocking. But there's another automaker who's been there done that and is thriving that would be tesla which has in the past straight up to see the public in two thousand eighteen founder elon. Musk tweeted that. He had the funding to take tesla. Private stock prices surged ten percent. But it was later revealed that actually there was no such funding. Musket has company each over twenty million dollars in penalties to the sec. But today it seems like things are working out for tesla their social media the spotlight and their electric models are in last month. Wall street journal columnist dan. Neil took volkswagen the new. Id four for a spin and said tesla has nothing to worry about the id. Four is five years behind the comparable tesla you'll wrote and the engineering betrays a premature rush to market harsh words for volkswagen. Which of course has been angling of late to compete directly with tesla. Both automakers plan to open new european factories for their electric vehicles and volkswagen group
Biden Sees 'Win' for US In Electric Vehicle Battery Deal
"Biden is welcoming the settlement of a trade secret dispute between two South Korean companies that make batteries for electric vehicles. As Johnny Kauffman of member Station W. A B reports the settlement has major implications for the U. S electric vehicle industry, especially in Georgia. SK Innovation will pay Algae cam Nearly $2 billion is part of the settlement. The deal came before President Biden faced a deadline to act on a ruling from the U. S International Trade Commission that blocked SK from doing new battery business in the country. For a decade, Biden has made growing the electric vehicle industry a key part of his $2 trillion infrastructure plan. The commission ruled the Korean Corporation destroyed evidence in a trade secrets case. Georgia politicians were worried because SK is building a massive battery plant in the state that will likely employed thousands.
Biden Orders Commission to Study Supreme Court Expansion and Reform
"In about six months or so. We should know if big changes recommended for the supreme court under an executive order signed by president biden. A bipartisan commission. Will study if the court should expanded. We do know that. In twenty nineteen supreme court justice ruth bader ginsburg a liberal icon on the high court. Said that nine seems to be a good number when talking about the amount of justices on the high court other justices though both liberal and conservative have said over the years nine is a perfect number. Five says dance font. The commission will also examine if justices should sit on the court for life.
South Korean Battery Makers Reach Settlement in US Trade Dispute
"South Korean battery makers say they've reached an agreement to settle a trade secrets dispute over electric vehicle battery technologies. Johnny Kauffman from member station W. A. B reports. The announcement comes just hours before President Biden's deadline today to decide whether to reverse a U. S. International Trade Commission decision. The South Korean company SK Innovation is building an electric vehicle battery factory in northeast Georgia. But the U. S International Trade Commission ruled against SK Innovation in a trade secrets case, blocking the company from doing new battery business for a decade, although President Biden could overturn that ruling. That Wilson is Georgia's economic development commissioner were absolutely excited about what s K is going to bring to Northeast Georgia, and we are hopeful that the bite administration is going to recognize that an overturned the NTC decision. The Biden administration has said Little about the case publicly for NPR news. I'm Johnny Kauffman in Atlanta.
China's Didi Chuxing Raising $1.5 Billion in Debt as It Nears Blockbuster IPO
"We're hearing Chinese ride hailing company Didi to Shing has filed confidentially with the U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission for an initial public offering. Think the Chinese version of America's biggest ride hailing company. Crystal Day covers Didi for Bloomberg News. They are the equivalent of uber in China, basically, and they are expanding very quickly. They're trying to get into space is like for delivery grocery deliveries, so they need the money. They need the capital. And they are trying to twist in the U. S. And Tennessee. Didi is also said to be exploring a potential dual listing in Hong Kong at a later
Biden to create commission to study expanding the Supreme Court
"Has more than nine justices. I'm Pam who so Fox News, A bipartisan commission will explore that. An executive order creates a presidential commission on the Supreme Court. It fulfills a campaign pledge by President Biden to study controversial reforms like expanding the number of justices are setting term limits, Fox says Jared Helper and the Senate Republican leader, Mitch McConnell was quick to criticize the move, calling it another sign of the far left influence over the Biden administration. The
Biden executive order to create Supreme Court commission
"President biden sets up a commission to consider changes to the us. Supreme court executive order creates a presidential commission on the supreme court fulfils a campaign pledge by president biden. The study controversial reforms like expanding the number of justices are setting term limits. A bipartisan panel chaired by a former white house counsel and a former deputy assistant attorney general and made up of law professors and former justice department officials will hold public meetings in complete. Its report within six months of its first meeting jared
Little Progress in Iran Nuclear Talks
"Despite a positive atmosphere, there's been little progress in the Iran nuclear talks. Charles Daley Desmond reports nascent tools aimed at bringing the US back into the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran. Heartbroken without any immediate signs of progress on the thorny issues dividing Washington and Tehran, But delegates talk of a constructive atmosphere and resolved to continue the discussions. To working groups that would be meeting in Vienna since Tuesday to brainstorm ways to secure the lifting off American sanctions on Iran's return to compliance with the deal reported their initial progress to a joint commission of diplomats from the world powers that remain in the deal. I'm Charles Dillon asthma.
Biden Executive Order to Create Supreme Court Commission
"Good on a campaign promise to look into expanding the Supreme Court. White House says the president will issue an executive order today, creating a presidential commission on the High court. The panel will have 180 days to study multiple scenarios for reform, including adding seats or imposing term limits. Global news
Positive atmosphere, little progress in Iran nuclear talks
"Despite a positive atmosphere there's been little progress in the Vienna based Iran nuclear talks nascent talks aimed at bringing the U. S. back into the twenty fifteen nuclear deal with Iran hope broken without any immediate signs of progress on the thorny issues dividing Washington and Tehran but delegates talk of a constructive atmosphere and resolved to continue the discussions to working groups that have been meeting in Vienna since Tuesday to brainstorm ways to secure the lifting of American sanctions on Iran's return to compliance with the deal reported that initial progress to a joint commission of diplomats from the world powers that remain in the deal I'm Charles there this month
Biden Faces Fraught Decision On Georgia Vehicle Battery Plant
"If he had his way president biden would see more people driving electric vehicles. It's a key part of his infrastructure plan but this weekend he faces a choice that could alter the future of the country's vehicle industry and the fate of a key city and politically crucial georgia. Johnny kauffman of member station w. a. b. explains back in the early nineteen hundreds. The leaders in a city northeast of atlanta decided. They wanted their home to be known for capitalism and business so they changed the name to commerce. When clark was elected mayor in twenty eleven. He tried to make sure they he lived up to its name and he's still working at that while there's a massive construction site here. There are several million square feet of space. I think each one of these buildings may be like two and a half million square feet. Clark is looking out at a towering gray factory building and the steel skeleton of another under construction these are factories for the lithium. Ion batteries used in electric vehicles. They're owned by the south korean company. S k innovation because this plant. What's really cool about it is. This plan is going to serve basically the western hemisphere the world but even with this huge and growing market for batteries. He'll still worried about the future of these factories in his city. I hope that you know we don't see everything coming to a screeching halt. He's worried because s k innovation has suggested they might leave the us ruling from the us. International trade commission ruled against s k. Innovation in a case over trade secrets because the company destroyed sensitive documents. The company says it was just routine and then they didn't destroy anything relevant but the trade commission ruled that except for some deals s k already struck. It can't make batteries in the us for a decade even with the intense political divisions in georgia right now republicans and democrats have found common. Cause they want to save these
Verizon Recalls 2.5 Million Mobile Hotspots Sold to Schools
"Verizon is recalling two and a half million mobile hotspots following reports of overheating to minor injuries the consumer product safety commission says the lithium ion battery in the hot spots pose fire and burn hazards. The product was used by schools and sold by
Turkey Rejects Claims of Sexist Snub Towards Von Der Leyen
"Union's most powerful leaders because of her gender. AP is Jackie Quinn has more. Earlier this week At a meeting at Turkey's presidential palace, Ursula von Dir lion, the European Commission president, found herself without a chair to sit on during a meeting with Turkey's president Ray helped type Erdogan and European Council chief Charlotte Michelle. The two men took the two chairs in the room, leaving Bonder Lion to gesture her disappointment and take a seat on a sofa away from the men in the room. It caused uproar on social media now, too. He says that it followed protocol requests made by the European Union, which the EU denies. Saying that it never got access to the room where the meeting took place. Italy's premier has jumped into the fray, denouncing what he called the humiliation that President von Dir lion had to suffer. I'm Jackie Quinn, I'm Tim McGuire EP
Verizon Recalls 2.5 Million Hotspot Devices Due to Fire Hazard
"Verizon rises recalling two point five million hotspots it could overheat and cause burn or fire damage the consumer protection safety commission says the devices. Batteries are the source of the overheating. So it's the lipsius jet. Pack model hotspot e. l. i. p. s. i s. jetpack model models m. h. s. nine hundred dollars m h s nine hundred l. s. in the m. s. nine hundred l. p. p. were reported by franklin wireless corpuscle between april two thousand seventeen in march of this year. It's the round one. I don't have the wait a minute. Wait for the screen to catch up here. Come on there. We go It's it's around one. That's what it kind of looks like. It's not a square one. So they're going to recall one point three million of these devices which is Which is pretty crazy so anyway. If you've got one of these horizon hotspots. Please be aware of that recall effort. Get yourself a new one before burns your house down
Turkey rejects claims of sexist snub towards von der Leyen
"Turkish officials are denying accusations that a leader of the European Union was snubbed because she is a woman earlier this week at a meeting at Turkey's presidential palace Ursula von der Leyen the European Commission president found herself without a chair to sit on during a meeting with Turkey's president Recep Tayyip Erdogan and European Council chief Charlo Machel the two men took the two chairs in the room leaving Vandor Lyon to gesture her disappointment and take a seat on the sofa away from the men in the room it caused uproar on social media now Turkey says that it followed protocol requests made by the European Union which the E. U. denies saying that it never got access to the room where the meeting took place Italy's premier has jumped into the fray denouncing what he called the humiliation that president Vandor Lyon had to suffer I'm Jackie Quinn
Verizon Recalls Mobile Hotspots Sold to Schools, in Stores
"Verizon is recalling more than two million mobile hot spots they are called ellipsis jetpack four G. mobile hot spots they're used by schools and sold by stores the consumer product safety commission says the lithium ion battery in the hot spots can overheat and become a fire hazard Verizon says it received two reports of minor burns and six reports of fire damage to betting or flooring users can contact Verizon for refund or replacement parents whose children got the ellipsis jetpack can contact their school for a replacement I'm a Donahue
Floridians Evacuated From Piney Point Area Can Now Return Home
"Situation that the retention pond at the old piney Point fertilizer plant and manage the county has eased. Most roads in the area have reopened except for some areas Long Buckeye Road. Residents who were told to evacuate this past weekend can now go home County Commission chair Vanessa Ball. I am so pleased that the interruption of life or to life as usual in north Manatee is minimal. And that our residents and business owners can return home safely. Tonight, State officials estimate about 200 million gallons of wastewater have been released into the Tampa Bay area. That means there could be a rest to a environment, although county officials say it does not contain radiation or major pollutants, but instead Is rich in nutrients similar to fertilizer.
Floridians living near leaking wastewater pond can return home
"It appears the emergency situation at the retention pond at the old Piney Point Fertilizer plant in Manatee County is now east. Significantly, Most roads in the area have been reopened, except for some areas along Buckeye Road and residents who were told to evacuate this past weekend Canal Go Home County Commission chairman s a ball I'm so pleased that the interruption of life or to life as usual in north Manatee is minimal. And that our residents and business owners can return home safely. Tonight. State officials estimated by mid afternoon about 165 million gallons of wastewater had been released into Tampa Bay means the risk of a major flood has dropped significantly, although a local state of emergency does remain in place. For the
"commission" Discussed on podnews
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"commission" Discussed on ??Run The Jewelz Show??
"You just offered the introduction song for our TJ by none other than Tobe nwigwe. If you don't know who told from the swats is you definitely need to Google and YouTube that brother right now immediately on the title of that song is called shine. It was a little Soulful for you all as we go into this fall season of October. That was the shine reprise on Thursday is a recent pandemic experience LP. So go out definitely in support Independent Artists cuz told is taking the World by storm. If you have not heard of him again, you've been sleeping under a rock cuz he's doing some major work for the kingdom. Shout out to real music and also real hip-hop, but none other than the rtj show we are back for episode. 140 the Great Commission we're diving into a great fourth quarter. So we know we're in the fourth quarter of the Year. Y'all we already made it through the first three months is twenty-twenty. This has been a crazy roller coaster year not just for you but for me and for all of us and so we gotta see how this ride is going to pan out going to the end of 2020 definitely a hold on to your children hold onto your belongings cuz we going to be in for a a photo-finish for the rest of twenty, but none other than my special guest that were about to bring on 4 episode 140 the Great Commission share this content with someone, you know can benefit from the information in the jewels that we are going to be talking about with this subject tonight. I'm excited the theme for the month of October is fourth quarter. And so we're going to be talking about wage. In-game you all with the fourth quarter for those who are athletes if you're watching any Monday Night Football or any of the NBA Finals, you know, how important the second half or the fourth quarter is in whatever sport that you so desire to watch and so we gotta in this year strong despite. What politics is happening around us what whatever the pandemic off, of course the covid-19 situation the election season and anything else that's a major distraction. We gotta in this fourth quarter off strong you all and so click the notification Bell to see when we go.
"commission" Discussed on Planet Money
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"commission" Discussed on The Young Jurks
"This bill that commissioner title asked her colleagues to support would give the CCC mechanism to support its own internal social equity program, and this is actually very important because as folks will know today at three, pm the former director of. Community outreach and social equity programming she keeps Scott will be joining the young Turks live after the regulatory hearings. So please stay tuned for that and she kiai happened in one of the people that had been begging the commission including commissioners, titles banking as well for the commission to expand the budget of the social equity it had not expanded in three years and when commissioner title last week brought up her desperation for the to write a letter in support of the bill to allow them to spend a positive impact, Pant plan funds and fines on the Internal Social Equity Program a few for fellow commissioners. Lectured her unprocessed. And it was so hurtful because commissioner title brought this issue up last year she brought it up a few months ago. She brought it up at the beginning of last week and those other commissioners didn't want to support her because they felt she hadn't given them enough time to considerate. and. I just wanted to point to that as an example even when you have someone like commissioner title and. Scott others fighting internally and screaming at the top of their lungs to protect equity they still sometimes face. Barriers, and that's when this grassroots community houses play and the voice that you waller able to bring to the table is able to really affects you wait the kind of change that some of those people are fighting for. So thank you all so much for not only being with us here today, but for taking the time to talk us through those policy areas that have meant so much to you the Cannabis Control Commission is about to Gabbling to session. So, what we will do is for the time being I everyone got to say they're closing remarks. So we'll say goodbye to our guests if I could have you. Lock Yourself. Zoff. We'll transition to the Canvas Control Commission hearing and thank you again so much to Devon Alexander at Desouza. Marian McNab, you guys have been wonderful where so grateful to have had you with us today and folks you are watching a young jerks. My Name Is Grant Smith. Right. Now, we're just waiting to transition over to the candidates control commission, which I am going to do. Now I hope you all enjoy the hearing I will as a ways, come back to you during the breaks Gender item it. Will cover. You will see the recess up on the screen and we will be providing coverage of this hearing right through to the end and then please join us at three o'clock for the interview with Chiquita Scott All right talk to you about with the break. Thank you very much for watching it again to our guest..
"commission" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail
"The highest level of inquiry sorry the country can hold is underway over the christ church mosque attacks but it's being held in secret orders. Don't fill you with a lot of confidence. Put the failures that should be identified will be done publicly. The findings will likely be highly censored. I think what we will say as of really heavily redacted and supressed reports. That's released potentially some point into seem bad. It's hard to tell and those it's trying to reassure feel shut out of the process when the concerns kid is basically a power imbalance between a community organization not very little from his and government agencies that a well-funded than had legal representation <hes>. I want to update tight you. Though on the government sneaks steps in response to the christ church terrorist attack and al plans to keep new zealand siphon to assure ensure that this nevada happens happens again. Katie scotch is a reporter for are indeed. She was in christ church to cover the shootings and is following the inquiry. The prime prime minister announced that they would be a royal commission of inquiry into the crash moscow tech's ten days after they happened while new zealanders and muslim communities around the world both grieving and showing compassion for one another. They are also quite rightly asking questions on how this terror attack was. This is able to happen here. What are they actually trying to achieve through this commission so in short they are investigating what could or should taping done to prevent these attacks happening but they have very very wide scope this includes questions around the accessibility of semi automatic weapons the role social media the <hes> has played generally in the focus of the intelligence insecurity services. The accused gunman's past activities has bet ground connections to other people and has activity online so basically to give us a bitter picture as to how this was able to happen. Exactly what i can say today is that they will be a focus on whether our intelligence community was concentrating its resources appropriately and whether they were any reports that kudos should have been elucidated them to this attack tech. There are kind of two main players so the supreme court justice ooh william young. He's the cheapest of the commission and in these also commissioned <hes> jackie cain she used to be the ambassador to chile <hes> so they kind of the two main players have got a team of people working behind the scenes as well but the the two who commissioners who are kind of leading the investigation. It seems like it was the correct response to that horrific acts. David williams is is news room dot co dot indeed cross-stitch reporter and was on the ground in christ church as the attacks unfolded something that certainly shocks <hes> a lots of new zealand shocked at the events rather than <hes> sheltered whether it would happen at all <hes> certainly to the community said they expected some sort of problem and nothing banging on the doors of government for years warning that there could be one <hes> but i think that the announcement itself showed that the government was taking this seriously muslim communities at the time. Were really you know. This was a highest level of inquire investigation. How an attack like this happened penned and you know he's going to present recommendations to ensure that. Nothing like this happens again. Named.
"commission" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg
"The process of enforcing the rules and level when violations away from the aa and at least having an outside group that can can basically investigate potential violations and have the authority to put down strong and rigorous penalties i think that's really important i think that their ability to wait on the the the use of your likeness for financial gain until that is resolved in the court of law i think is good i think the idea of having representation even though it's it will impact coaches to some extent is a good thing so you know i think in a big picture they did i think in for a short period of time they had i think they came across and did a pretty good job i mean look i it's an ongoing battle this you know it's like people think well this commission all of a sudden it's going to end no i mean it's an ongoing battle and it's not it's not over it's i call it body punches their number body punches people expecting this to be a knockout blow this wasn't gonna be a couple of recommendations that will be can i ask you one last thing you can ask me whatever because this is the world's greatest pot do what is your thought maybe i don't think we touched on this was you thought about the abc basically telling its membership support this whether you believe it or not ridiculous i got so many phone calls so many phone calls and text messages from coaches that were so insulted by it to the point where i called regiment and i told him they were way off base i said that that was you know what first of all what you're talking about impact so few schools and so if you cultures and so many coaches are doing it the right way and that that they were really i mean i had a couple of guys that were just.
"commission" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg
"Sure so really if you really think about college basketball in a way holds the cards in this because they don't look if you don't wanna get rid of the one and done and you're the nba players association look college basketball is better for having these kids here one year oh i see i i'm one hundred percent i mean like college basketball benefits from having these guys sure no doubt about it it's it's it's good for our game and you don't i think it's good for the kids but i mean that's neither here nor there but yeah no doubt about it that college basketball benefits from having these young talented players think about think about november december january first two weeks of february what who do we talk about did we talk about trae young about marvin bagley we talk about the andrea eytan we talk about you know when carter we talk about you know vanderbilt coming back i mean that's what we talked about two years ago or three years i can't remember where it was green room guys conscious lost their minds on it but this isn't you know who who was it about i'll go back to nineteen seventy nine nineteen seventy nine high school class you know people think this is a recent phenomenon i can remember the cover of sports illustrated with magic and guy named robinson out of us there was all these freshmen of influence they call you can go back and say freshman of influence on the cover sports illustrated back when sports illustrated like if you didn't read sports illustrated you were you were out of the lou you know what i mean i mean you were completely out of the loop so this isn't a first time thing where freshmen are you know the focus of college basketball we're making it that way.
"commission" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg
"All right so bit yeah i think that this is an mba issue i mean you have one guy right now that says he's going go play in the g league instead of go to syracuse and you know that that's great i mean you know who knows if that player it was going to even be eligible you know you never know that's the recent guys decide that or they just wanna start their career but the valley again i think it's each individual case it impacts so few players really although we are seeing more guys say well it used to be a lottery i'm coming out than it used to be of a first round coming any used to be if i get a promise i'm coming out now it's like it seems to me players are saying i just want out but once they get there and bags fly free and it's not the same you know those fridge guys it's not look there's something special about playing kentucky and indiana duke and walking out and letting college basketball brands you for a year and give you the exposure and fly on charter planes and grow and mature and play on that that stage that's broadway man people can say you know the college basketball the minor leagues i'll tell you might be the minor leagues but if they weren't like my brother coaches in in europe traveled they're not traveling like like like like most college basketball teams are traveling all right they're not eating like most college basketball teams reading.
"commission" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg
"Except again it's just my opinion it's on the kid that's on whoever's around a kid that's on the that that's just it's he he can't legislate stupid out of people you can't legislate the dream whether they're realistic or unrealistic out of people i personally believe in eighteen year old this country and in basque letting football's tough man because of the body size maybe so but i i don't i don't mind saying hey look go just you know and if it doesn't happen for you you know what a lot of other jobs in this world you know i mean i just don't think you can i think the nc double i will give everybody credit i said this forever for you right now if you decide to go to the nba you're going to get good you're going to get really good feedback really good if you choose to listen to it now south that's up to you hundred percent you know what i mean that's that's not up to i always think one and done went away when a kid named leon smith from chicago i for some reason i just cook lenny cooke leon i mean all that's on them you know look somebody birth the kid mom dad somebody is involved in that kid's life that the kid respects and you're gonna get the right feedback it's a matter of whether or not you are you know what whether you're going to listen to it or not and if you don't.
"commission" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg
"It's a it's an ongoing crisis in our country well what happened was they you team here in indiana we ended up promoting it we ended up sending three semi trailer trucks full of bottled water 'cause people around here started giving and it was all due to an au program here i get tired of hearing how you or summer basketball is the devil seth i get so tired of hearing these sanctimony is coaches or the sanctimony is fans saying well hey use this or that look i watched coaches have practices that are better than a lot of the college coaches that i've seen i've watched hey you guys on sundays have their team into work i mean don't you know i'm the wrong guy for people to say that they are you is is is evil and some are basketball is off i am the absent wrong guy for that because i've seen it now is it wrong guys are paying shirt but as you said seth and as i've said god dang that's in every industry you have any it's it's not it's let me ask you this question all right let me ask you a question if there was a commission to study all the great things done in college basketball how would that look today i'll be tremendous i think i think so many i mean i there's so many good stories there's so many is so many people that have if forget about basketball but but people that have gotten opportunities that have seized those opportunities and then you know great owner business owners doctors lawyers judges parents mentors and everything else but it doesn't that doesn't sell.
"commission" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg
"Great i think taking away nonscholastic basketball there are a lot of really good you know what let's let's be honest and you there they're also a lot of not a lot but there is there's a group of high school coaches that are prep school coaches that are no different than what people perceive and i'm not saying they are some you guys are because there there are so many good hey you programs that work with the kids man through the kids have academic components have academic assistance for for standardized testing that hold the kids accountable there are some really good ones now what we need to do we need to take back and basically maybe certify the like they do in soccer the youth coaches they do that already do that for me to have an au team i had to go through a ton of paperwork but here's a different i'd go through a kind of paperwork and this is where you know we we all are guilty of this when we say aau if you used a you what is the amateur athletic union you had to go through so much paperwork to coach in the actual aau now i don't know what it is now in grassroots basketball the nike tours and the deed is i don't know but i know this when you coach they team in the state aau you tournament or you coach team in the national a you you had a background check yet a lot of that and i can't tell you now this happened over the weekend in the state of indiana the flint team came here to play an indiana team set up a flint's water situation is still horrible the pipes are terrible in the city i mean.
"commission" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg
"To maybe have a chance to fulfil dream earn a scholarship earn financial aid or whatever so like we're making like the summer the devil the summer's not the devil you know it better to summer than the spring is the spring you're taking kids out of class why wouldn't you want kids playing in the summer and you know shoe companies yeah there's some people have done some really agreed us things but the shoe companies also have spots some really good events and done some really good things and really positive things to say we'll we're gonna take this over i love the idea of transparency i love the idea of certifying events even more stringently under the idea of having people having open up their books so you don't have to pay four hundred dollars for in cash for a packet but the idea that this summer thing is just bad at everything about it's bad and everything about the shoe companies as bad in the nba players in the nba usa basketball eventually ended up ably would be better off running that that's fully do i agree with that i mean as a guy to coats and was involved in you basketball for four years i i was blown away even more so than coaching and going to an event because you know you good on as a coach and you sit there and you watch games but you really watching the best of the best i mean if you're in indiana you're virginia tech or even if you're bowling green but when you coach you you play i don't know you play games and good players one went to michigan illinois you play games any play all day at times even when there's no coaches around and you see how many kids are coming up getting opportunity to play you're so right about that again i go back to two things seth i go back to number one we are so involved in the in in changing the rules for the elite few and number two you can blame a shoe company you can blame anything you want but the bottom line is win the risk outweighs the reward.
"commission" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg
"Some points of president university you know director that oh my thing you're responsible for the person you bring in here i guess well i mean basically coaches are responsible for these systems they hired athletic responsible for the coachie heart yeah no i and that's why that's where i think it ties in pretty well the idea of a lifetime ban and he's being a contract i i've said for years and said i've had you had number coaches on my radio show started with urban meyer when he you know he's he was on my show he agreed made national news for a while here's a level level one violation knowingly do it your band koko look in college in basketball seth people say well you can't take a guys livelihood away we'll course you can you know in other professions if you do things against the industry you go to jail like i've seen two times in indianapolis downtown i've seen swat teams come in saran one of these financial billions and take a dude out who's the most powerful dude in the building take him out 'cause violate so my time ban is is great but the truth of the matter is much much do about nothing in a lot of ways with this in my opinion they're just recommendations supposedly recommendations are going to be approved legislation i'll tell you the other thing that i you know again this is just me like you know they're talking about well you know we need transparency with the summer summer nonscholastic quote unquote on scholastic events and here's the deal we can't just categorize stereotype that every nonscholastic event is not good we can't categorize because the nonscholastic events well you know to start off with we'd like to see the nba players association in the nba and usa basketball take over the nonscholastic events let's be honest may players those players those former players that have went to college they have genders.
"commission" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg
"And look he's our guy bruce pearl he worked with us but like his whole ideas i'm not talking to the answer until the f b is done with their investigation that can't happen can't happen and i understand that the repercussions of of you know the potential for i guess it would be contempt or whatever not contempt but being held accountable for saying something that the fbi can go back but if you're an investigation it is you're gonna it is going to be your obligation that you cooperate and you give them the information you need if you're a liar you're quoting ally but i think that's the most significant piece from this commission to find an outside entity that will judy kate basically a level one yeah i suppose but here's what i've learned with this like what i've learned is that somebody they will find fault with whoever they outside person outside people are tied to so and so what i believe is important you you touched on it what what i believe is important is putting these things in their contracts like when i decided i wasn't gonna coach anymore and i was going to go into this my brother who is a acquisitions and contract attorney said first thing you gotta understand is there are no contracts in the world like coaches contracts like you gotta understand that right off the top where you get fired but you get fully paid for the remainder of the contract or you you choose you can pick and choose what is in a contract and coaches contracts are ridiculous and the structure of the contract really most cases gives nothing or there is no leverage for the school against cheating hotel kale kelvin sampson came to indiana cheetahs brains out took a sec after he'd been caught and walked away with seven hundred fifty thousand dollars because the school couldn't just get rid of and it's ridiculous so i think that's to what you said i think that that is massive in this structure of coaches contracts where they are president i think need to be held accountable because they all have they they're all stakeholders yeah i i don't know i don't know at some point.
"commission" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg
"The sometime onstage outside with greenberg dockage the definitive college basketball podcast welcome to a special edition of courtside greenberg dockage we're gonna be talking the and see aa basketball commission and their findings and recommendations to solve the ills of college basketball at their before we get into this you know like i understand this commission is focused on college basketball and i understand why because of the fbi investigation that went down in the fall but this should not be a college basketball issue because it's not this is a college athletics issue and we we act like it's just college basketball and that's the evil that's basically impacting all of college athletics when we know some of these things that we're going to talk about today are prevalent in football there prevalent may be in baseball there prevalent in other aspects of college athletics i think sometimes we get so caught up in what's happened in our sport that we we need to realize that whatever explanations are gonna come across they should be across the board not just in basketball what you thought yeah i agree with that but this is a college basketball issue is that you know this commission was was formed to deal with college basketball and because of the arrest because of that so you know yeah i i don't disagree with you and i think any football coach tell you want seven on seven reality i mean that's changed the dynamic i mean in football that changed the entire dynamic that opened it up more outside influences but if you really want to be honest i think the is making so much money and basketball is being threatened right now so it's gotta be a college basketball issue.
"commission" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Didn't have will then because we were in the midst of a tremendous increase in social spending we were in the midst of the great society in fact lyndon johnson felt he didn't get enough credit for doing what he had done in the current a commission report a europe saluted right and it there was in fact a progress in the late '60s an early 70s towards meeting some of the kinds of goals we talk about in terms of reducing poverty and inequality but the but then things in the later in the '70s and especially in in the 80s changed an and reverse themselves uh today we we find ourselves ourselves therefore in a situation where we we do have a regressions where we have increases in child poverty and deep poverty and in in the richest country in the world uh that just not acceptable even though the com colonel commission report text became a bestseller went through more than twenty printings its policy recommendations are often described as having been shelved or forgotten was at the pace of events the assassinations the ted offensive was america just juggling too much stuff to take on of the very ambitious goals laid out by the current commission report well i'm not so sure i think there was progress the the vietnam war a complicated the the political agenda on didn't allow ford of the focus on domestic reform but i think in the '70s watergate uh created a sense that the federal government the public sector was uh not uh to be a trusted and uh it is taken awhile to get back to the notion that if were we are going to address uh the american dilemma if we are going to focus on poverty and inequality of the the public sector does need to finance what works even though a lot of via the the actual daytoday implementation carry can't be carried out by nonprofit organisations in truly disadvantaged communities is there a lasting impact that that selfassessment fifty years ago today leaves us.
"commission" Discussed on Decode DC
"It it sounds to me like you have some concerns in not obviously with this conversation it sounds to me like you have concerns about the process give me some real examples of some concerns that you have with the way the commission was set up and is functioning my deepest concern has to do with what appears to be the fact that it's dead it wasn't set up to be a broad bipartisan commission from the beginning an although there are democrats on the commission the composition of the commission looks to be at the leadership at least is partisan in by and large the membership of the commission is not balanced with respect either to partisans or to people who have an equal number in a you don't have an equal number of people on both sides of this issue about bliss maintenance it strikes me that the that the question about how clean our voting lists sr is a serious question a public policy and on the public needs understand the answer to the question of how accurate are our voting lists i mean that's that's a serious question but that question rumors is within a highly partisan environment and so if we really interested in the answer to that question rather than in prosecuting partisan ends than it's incumbent upon a presidential commission to be balanced from the beginning and this commission you know the leaders are prominent republicans one of whom is very well known in that is secretary cobac for being especially insistent that voter rolls or dirty and that there are a lot of double voters and non citizens while this was the problem with aliens voting aliens registry there's no way you can look on the voter rolls saying this was an alien this'll dismissing citizen discilplinary you once a person gets on the voter rolls you don't have any way of easily identifying them as aliens who so you have to rely in postelection studies he has a clearly identified position.