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FDA authorizes 1st COVID-19 shots for infants, preschoolers

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 weeks ago

FDA authorizes 1st COVID-19 shots for infants, preschoolers

"Federal regulators have paved the way for the nation's youngest kids to start getting COVID-19 vaccine shots next week The FDA has authorized the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines for children 5 and under Vaccinating our youngest children we hope to prevent the most devastating consequences of COVID FDA commissioner Robert caliph says statistics showing the viruses the 5th leading cause of death in kids ages one to four are unnerving and the deaths are preventable CDC advisers are now debating how to use the tot sized vaccines Two shots from Moderna three from Pfizer FDA vaccine chief Peter marks says both will do the job Parents should feel comfortable getting either one of these Sagar Meghani Washington

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Georgia Voters Set Record Turnout Despite Libral Lies

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:29 min | Last month

Georgia Voters Set Record Turnout Despite Libral Lies

"I am joined by Brian Kemp. He is governor of Georgia, just fresh off a crushing primary win two weeks ago when more than a 1 million 2 Georgians voted in the Republican primary governor Kemp one 70% plus. Meanwhile, over 1 million 200,000 Republicans voted, meanwhile, in the democratic side, Stacey Abrams ran on a pose and got 700,000 votes, maybe 7 27 looks good for the fall but governor Kemp takes nothing for granted. He joins me this morning. Good morning, governor. Congratulations. Hey, thanks. I would remind all your listeners out there. We had record turnout in voting in the Republican and the democratic primaries these and after Stacey Abrams and Joe Biden said our elections integrity act was going to suppress the vote over a year ago. I want to know if anyone from delta or Coke or Major League Baseball did the commissioner call up an apologize for moving the All-Star Game yet. No, I don't think we're getting the apologies, but we're not expecting those to just get to have the truth coming out and people writing about the turnout and I think it's great because my fellow George is out there know that their side has been lying about the bill and they're trying to hood weaken and I know what the truth is now and they know that Stacey Abrams pressured Major League Baseball and the players union to move the game and then she did in about face on that once you realize that wasn't a popular thing to do and that people actually support things like voter ID and increasing early voting opportunities on the weekend.

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Sarah Palin: Alaska Oil & Gas Industry Is Struggling

The Dan Bongino Show

01:06 min | Last month

Sarah Palin: Alaska Oil & Gas Industry Is Struggling

"So yeah energy is my baby I was a mayor and a governor but also the chairman of oil and gas up here And that as a commissioner in that position at Alaska's peak we were supplying 18% of the U.S. domestic supply of energy And now with so many things shut down and we are struggling And it makes absolutely no sense God created this stuff for us for responsible mankind's use underfoot and that here by us oh Biden whatever his name is Biden Everybody does that I do it too We all do it Yeah So anyway they're a mess And it's pathetic because Alaska and other energy producing states here where the Fort Knox of America we've got it up here at the minerals the oil the gas the fisheries the waterways the strategic location on the globe where we are so many good things that are potential up here in Alaska And they're shutting us down They want us to be I guess a big old pristine national park or something but we won't have any of that

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Reflecting on the Recent Georgia State Elections

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:32 min | Last month

Reflecting on the Recent Georgia State Elections

"This week, I just sort of wanted to spend some time to take a few episodes in this one being one. To just catch up on some issues that we may not have had a lot of time with. And doing so, the first thing I want to catch up with is this week is election week here in Georgia, Alabama, you had Arkansas, some have called it the SEC primary. That happened. And we just coming off the results in Georgia and I'll tell you what was struck out to me the first and foremost is the power of the incumbency. And also, frankly, the power of people, it looks like to warm move on from the election of 2020. And as one of the issues that has came up in Georgia, you saw the governor Brian Kemp, you saw the attorney general Chris Carr, you saw Secretary of State Brad raffensperger, John King, whose insurance commissioner all win without a runoff. In fact, last night, it looks like there's is coming along these timing. You may not have a statewide runoff in Georgia. The last one out there is still lingering a little bit and by the time the podcast is out, probably will in the next few hours we will have the results that Bert Jones may have avoided a run off there. Why is this significant? It's significant in the sense that it shows you what we talk about with chip like the other day. We talked about a politics. Politics is fundamentals. Politics comes down to a lot. It is important. Donald Trump's endorsement is still one of the most powerful endorsements in the Republican primaries and in these races going forward. We've seen that in Ohio. We've seen it in Pennsylvania. What we had not seen in Georgia was the power of the incumbency, which we did not have in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and some of these

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 FDA chief struggles to explain slow response on baby formula

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

FDA chief struggles to explain slow response on baby formula

"Over months of delays investigating problems at the nation's largest baby formula plant that prompted an ongoing shortage FDA commissioner Robert califf told Congress the coronavirus slowed down efforts to investigate problems at the abbot plant We knew that ceasing plant operations would create supply problems but we had no choice given the insanitary conditions The ranking Republican on the committee Virginia's Morgan Griffith quickly zeroed in on the slow response Why did it take an onslaught of national media attention for the Biden administration to act with the sense of urgency that is required to adequately address an infant formula shortage Formula had to be airlifted from Europe to help ease the shortage Abbott and the FDA have reached an agreement to reopen the plant next

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How Should We Address Mental Health Issues in America?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:59 min | Last month

How Should We Address Mental Health Issues in America?

"On dummy I'm talking about the whole horrific school shooting in Texas and you are making the point that at one time these mentally ill people were incarcerated. I mean, they were confined. And they weren't institutions. And then the left said, you can keep them confined. You are violating the civil rights, your denying them their freedom. Correct. And so courts began to let these crazies loose. And not no surprise. Some of them were unable to take care of themselves, a fair amount of our homeless population aren't people who either have such serious addictions or are just downright bonkers. And then sometimes someone who's like that gets a hold of a weapon and then kind of goes crazy. Right. Well, I mean, in some families, you know, they do know that this person is that way. And they can not do anything about it. They can not call the police and say, I think that they're going to do something horrific. Because they can't, they can't do anything about it. So I think that is where it needs to start. We need to start making it an assessment about what we want to do with the mentally ill in this country. And if we are saying because we always talk about how the water commissioner poisons the water well, and then comes back and says, oh, the water is poisoned and he himself did it. So this is where I'm going with this is that these liberal politicians make these kind of decisions and not just with the mentally ill, but the criminals as well. As you know, right? There's a lot of criminals that get out of jail, only to commit crimes again because they weren't really rehabilitated, right? And some of them are not able to be rehabilitated. But the liberal politicians don't

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Embattled Texas AG Paxton faces George P. Bush in GOP runoff

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

Embattled Texas AG Paxton faces George P. Bush in GOP runoff

"Texas attorney general Ken Paxton who is facing legal troubles is in a Republican primary runoff against George P Bush the state land commissioner The outcome in America's biggest red state tests how much weight the Bush name still carries It's not about dynasties It's not about some sort of myth George P Bush the grandson of president George W. Bush says it's about the right people for the right offices I think anybody can plainly see that we got a crook Right now in our top law enforcement position who continually abuse his office But Republican voters is Ann Grisham says she's for Paxton He has a proven track record Paxton's awaiting trial on security fraud charges after being indicted in 2015 The state bar is weighing possible reprimands against him over his baseless attempts to overturn the 2020 election I'm Julie Walker

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FDA head: Baby formula factory could reopen by next week

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

FDA head: Baby formula factory could reopen by next week

"The Food and Drug Administration's chief says the shuttered baby formula factory at the heart of a national shortage could reopen as soon as next week The abbot plant in Michigan has been closed since February due to contamination issues FDA commissioner Robert califf faced tough questions from a house panel about why it took months for the agency to investigate whistleblower warnings in the fall about safety violations Why did the FDA not spring into action Caleb told Connecticut's rosa de lauro and others he can't say much for now We have an ongoing investigation about the details Wisconsin's Mark pocan says that's unacceptable You can talk about it honestly You should talk about it Abbott says it could take about two months for a new formula to hit store shelves once production resumes

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Edwards ousts Cawthorn, Budd Trumps rivals in GOP primary

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

Edwards ousts Cawthorn, Budd Trumps rivals in GOP primary

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US allows more baby formula imports to fight shortage

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

US allows more baby formula imports to fight shortage

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Buffalo shooter's prior threat, hospital stay face scrutiny

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

Buffalo shooter's prior threat, hospital stay face scrutiny

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Feds interview deadly supermarket shooting suspect's parents

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last month

Feds interview deadly supermarket shooting suspect's parents

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Rep. Steve Scalise Shares His Thoughts on Election Integrity

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:47 min | Last month

Rep. Steve Scalise Shares His Thoughts on Election Integrity

"I'm back with congressman Steve scalise of Louisiana the first congressional district. He's also a House minority whip. Steve, we were talking about foreign policy, and I think you were making the point that Trump, if we think back even to Reagan, Trump was still in the Reagan tradition because Reagan was reluctant to commit troops abroad, Reagan had the Reagan doctrine. You know, let people fight for their own freedom will help. But we have to make a distinction between our safety and other people's safety. Let's talk a little bit if we may about election integrity because I think a lot of people are worried, hey, listen, even if we have a great agenda, even if we run a great campaign, if we don't have election integrity, we're doomed. Do you agree? You know, we've seen examples over years. And look, I come from a state where we had voter fraud. In fact, when I was in the state legislature, we were able to get the evidence out there in our elections commissioner who was statewide elected, went to prison. He was a Democrat lo and behold, the last Democrat to hold my seat in Congress went to prison for vote buying. So these people had to act like it just doesn't happen. It's happened before we've got to be vigilant to make sure that there is integrity in all elections. And states ultimately are working on this at some level, some states aren't. Georgia just passed laws to ensure the integrity of their elections. Texas did additional integrity measures. The left lied about them, by the way. But think about where the left wants to go. Nancy Pelosi's top priority was a bill to ban picture ID from being used in elections and to mandate same day voter registration and give taxpayer funds to political campaigns. Can you imagine banning photo ID and mandating same day voter registration? That's a recipe for

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Breaking Down Georgia's Upcoming Elections and Trump's Influence

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:15 min | 2 months ago

Breaking Down Georgia's Upcoming Elections and Trump's Influence

"And then you have Georgia. And this is where I think the ultimate Trump endorsement power will be at tested at its most roots. I think, look, Herschel Walker and our Senate writes down here. Again, a very open primary, but at the end of it, Herschel Walker is had a commanding lead ever since he got in the race is his popularity. He's known. Nobody really in the state of Georgia who's watched football or anything else in the last 30 years does not remember Herschel Walker as a running back from the university of Georgia who led him to a national damage deal. And husband trophy. This is just not something that is unknown in Georgia and the Georgia football team is very powerful when you look at touching voters or hearing that you played for Georgia football. And again, with the problem coming up with this election in Georgia is the Trump endorsement is very much at play and very much a factor, but there's also the anti endorsement if you would that Donald Trump has made and going after Brian Kemp on multiple occasions. Brad raffensperger Secretary of State, attorney general Chris Carr. He said in endorsed Mark Jones in the lieutenant governor's race and at the same time put out a post saying that he would never endorse Butch Miller, who was the other one in the Senate race. So again, he's played in a lot of races, two in particular that I'm focused on and just to see from a take position is the insurance commissioner's race and the attorney general's rice here. Both Patrick witt and John Gordon, who's running for attorney general Patrick witt against John King for insurance, are facing incumbents in the primary. Right now, internal polling shows that these candidates are struggling with name ID, struggling to get caught up. The Trump endorsement helps them. The Trump endorsement sort of bills over that gap of lack of credibility with voters who don't know who they are with have been running for the tenth district. Congressional seat in this process, John Gordon had been on the sidelines completely, both of them announced their candidacies and get in the race during qualifying time. So this has been a very shortened race for them.

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What Does 'Operational Control' Mean? Mark Morgan Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:22 min | 2 months ago

What Does 'Operational Control' Mean? Mark Morgan Explains

"But let's talk about that clip from trip Roy. Operational control, whether it's in the military sense of a battlefield or a carrier group or the border. What is operational control really mean Mark Morgan? Yeah, so look, in this case and the term, it's in the 2000 secure fence act. So I really encourage those that are watching listening to show. Take 5 minutes of Google that. It really is, they've got that term from an old military term, right? And it means just what it means. And just what it says, operational patrol, in this case, a linear miles of a border means, you have 100% control of what is coming into our country from the borders. It's very clear. It doesn't say some. It doesn't say most. It says all. And so when the secretary said all, it was an abject lie. Sebastian, and he also did a lie on top of life because he also said the secretary of 2019 20 would have said the same thing. That's a lie too, because I was a commissioner there. And this is what I used to always say. When I used to ask that question, because I knew what the definition is by law. And I would never say we had operational control. What I did say, what the truth is, is that under president Trump, we have the most secure border and our lifetime and every single day the border was getting more

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Who Is Mark Morgan, Senior Fellow for the Heritage Foundation?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:56 sec | 2 months ago

Who Is Mark Morgan, Senior Fellow for the Heritage Foundation?

"He's in studio, none other than the heritage foundations and fairs commissioner Mark Morgan Mark. Welcome in studio. Thanks for having me, Sebastian. I could see the your neck arteries expanding as you were listening to that cut. We'll get to that in a second for those who see you everywhere. Speaking truth fully about what's happening on the border, but who may not know everything you've done in your past before you got to be the commissioner for CBP. Tell us all the different ways you've served this nation, give us a little summary of Mark Morgan's history. I appreciate it, Sebastian. Look, I've served this country for 35 years. I started off. I listed in the United States Marine Corps on his 19, later became a commissioned officer in the Marine Corps. I was a police officer for the Los Angeles Police department. I served over two decades in the FBI, and I was also chief of the border patrol before I later became active director of ice and then acting director of customs and border

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Sgt. John Mattingly's Message to Officers in the Field

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:10 min | 2 months ago

Sgt. John Mattingly's Message to Officers in the Field

"That. family. We're talking to the author of 12 seconds in the dark, a police officer's firsthand account of Brianna Taylor raid from sergeant Mattingly you mentioned just now that you're just trying to do your job sergeant Mattingly. I just want to ask you one more question before I encourage everybody to read your book. I presume you retired or you've left the force right now. Tell me how did your colleagues who are still in the force, Friends you have in other jurisdictions. I mean, 'cause I'm a civilian, but I served in the British Army, but I've trained thousands, thousands and thousands of law enforcement officers across the country, local state, federal. And I just don't know how you guys go to work anymore. How you put on the badge, strap on the gun, and go to work when the mayor, the local commissioner, doesn't have your back and when you are prayed to political enemies that can ruin the life of your whole family, what is your message to those officers who are still in the bag? Well, it's tough because people say, man, would you do it again? And I say, yes, I would do my career again because I enjoyed it. I loved it. Would I start over now as a new guy doing it? Probably not for the simple fact that, like you said, there's just no support from upper command, especially if you're in a liberal city like lovo is and like all the main cities, you're already behind the 8 ball, just trying to do the right thing and to pull the laws that are on the book. So I would tell them we need you, we have to have you. You're the one holding the line. We appreciate you and I hope you continue to do it because we do need you as America. And that's the whole point in the book. It isn't about John. It isn't about just my situation. This is hopefully a wake-up call to America to say, hey, if we continue to travel down this path, if we keep going the direction we're going and chasing off all the good cops and prosecute in the ones who are just doing their jobs, you're going to get the bottom of the barrel. We're going to be what we were in Detroit in New Orleans in the 80s. And you're going to have corruption to the level you've never seen, and that's not what you want, and that's not what America

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 FDA announces proposed ban on menthol-flavored cigarettes

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

FDA announces proposed ban on menthol-flavored cigarettes

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"commissioner" Discussed on The Auideo Show

The Auideo Show

05:24 min | 10 months ago

"commissioner" Discussed on The Auideo Show

"Five months ago which also how. That's how quickly is moving. that's insane. Yeah so it's been five months. How does one go about getting appointed. So it's not common to get appointed to the city commission. You have to do the only way that really happens is if one of the commissioners sort of steps off of the commission early so before their terms expired so We just happened to have two appointments in the past year for randomly in for our city commission so when that happens the commissioners of which there are five total so in for me there was four commissioners who all voted to appoint me until they kind of went through this application process where anybody who lived in the city of bozeman who was at least eighteen could have applied to be appointed to the commission and then the commissioners the ones who sort of picked to want it to be one of their colleagues so i went to the sprinters twice to process. I just gonna albert went. So there was an opening in october of twenty twenty and so i applied then Didn't get picked in october but had just a lot of public support. And that's what really inspired me to to so Launch my campaign in january of twenty twenty one. I was like you know. There's a moment here where people are asking for something that doesn't currently exist on the boat city commission someone who has more experience that mirror what most people experience in in our town so that really that support that i got even though it wasn't picked in october really sort of made me realize that there was a there was a time and a lot of sort of Energy and enthusiasm for something just a little bit more aligned with what the most common experience is the commission. I felt like i could actually really serve that role really well so i want my campaign in january and then again randomly. In april there was another opening. So i said already running this campaign. Remember me. i wanna be a commissioner. But what better way to show the the you know the people who live in this community with me that i'm that i'm excited and to serve And really worthy of their vote. They actually doing that job. And so i applied again in april on the key. The commissioner has picked me. I've been serving ever since. That's so cool win not give up with it. I respect that good jeff. Yeah thank you. Yeah it wasn't ever. I mean if anything it was more just not getting picked in. October is really just for me. Like okay like nothing about my life really change. I still have my my jobs jobs. I'm doing it wasn't like i. It was a really random opportunity that kinda came up and in october. So i had i had it like a line. My whole life around this one opportunity So let me just see what happens. You see if no if there's if i can get appointed in. You know if i if i appointed only other chance to see if i have like you know being in public office in serving in this way Spoiler i do like it. I love doing it so it was just more of like it was even though i think pick didn't have. It wasn't like earth shattering was more. Okay we'll like let's do this the way where people vote for me then inaugural it that way and you you have to you get appointed. Yeah but you're not technically elected yet no amount elected yet so i was. I was appointed My term technically expires at the end of twenty twenty one. So it's kind of confusing people when they get there when they get their election balances here..

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"commissioner" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

04:19 min | 10 months ago

"commissioner" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"Forty welcome back into the auto collusion specialist studios. Tanner schwinn thanks for being with me here so far i'm over two on not bringing up covert in the last two segments. We'll see if. I can do better here in the next two as commissioner marino county commissioner chairman steve marino and commissioner. Mike freeman joining me this morning. So wanna get noattacks era. What do you think makes well county. Stand above other counties commissioner. Moreno will start with you on that. It's just so here's a softball question. Go go knock it out. Steve home commissioner. Anybody for a county. Commissioner position knows that the fact of this county being debt free no county sales tax one of the lowest lives in the state here in one of the strongest reserves out there For county here. I mean Who would not want to be part of this county here. This is just a great place to live so much offered here with those things in mind there to know that you have a government here running without any county sales tax or any county debt. They're not everything's paid for here and you look back. This is the the example here. Forty six million dollar expansion. The county jail fully-funded when when we went on to expand when you look at the county road parkway forty nine when we rode the public safety there to look at from a two lane county road to connect the State highway thirty four Interstate seventy six there and you turn into five lane manage laying there and it's a hundred and fifty million dollars without any indebtness to the taxpayers of this county. Yeah well i You could see the passion and his eyes lit up. Commissioner freeman What do you think makes weld county staying above other counties. I don't think i could say any better than what kind of did i mean that. That is what that i mean. We've got probably one of the only completely funded Retirement plans in the nation We are You know we are extremely strong financially at. We.

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"commissioner" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

02:32 min | 10 months ago

"commissioner" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"And i have lost a dear friend of mine that i grew up in high school with the net That died from a covenant. Had some friends and family members of governor sick from this and you know we experienced this too. It's not like we're immune from this. This virus out there and i know commissioner franken. Speak to that too. He's lost lost friends in that too. You know we. We were being as response was we could there through this whole process but people individually have to be responsible through this viruses out there right well and it comes back to what you're saying there's risk involved with everything that you're doing and and it's it's a tough line to walk because there is emotional strings that you know that the pull on people and and when you do lose a loved one from it and then it gets a little bit even more more emotional but you guys were walking this line of Of saying yeah. We understand what's going on. We're going to do what we can to help protect but we also have to protect You know why this how this country was founded and we were in two thousand twenty and now twenty twenty one and a little bit. We were quarantining the healthy you know and that that's something we've never done before. Now you're absolutely right and You know that's one of the things that was always interesting to me about the whole testing thing so you you know so you say well. I've been exposed. I know that. I was exposed to somebody so i go get a to go get a test. Well if i test positive they tell me to stay home for in quarantine for ten days. If i test negative they tell me to quarantine for fourteen days because on might get it in the next few days to me. That's over the top. Here's the thing at the end of the day. If you're sick stay home right when you get to feeling better go back to work whether it's covert whether it's the flu whether it's whatever you know be responsible stay home if you're sick..

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"commissioner" Discussed on First Take

First Take

01:30 min | 11 months ago

"commissioner" Discussed on First Take

"Of motivated. No one's going to be more motivated than aaron rodgers right. This is why they're going to have a hard time. You bring up the rams and we know why stafford the defense building. Aaron rodgers after everything. That just happened to the fact that he got the ball out of his hands last year. Aaron rodgers but no one took the ball out of his hands with the game on the line and handed it to tom. Brady like an every year. Rogers is getting closer with leflore right. He's looking better. The team is getting a little closer. It's on in the nfc. what's going on. everybody. I'm only care rose and you're listening to the first league podcast with room. You can buy a car entirely online. Have it delivered straight to. You never have to go to a dealership again. Instead of going to a dealership you can buy a car from home apart or even as you listen to this. Podcast literally anywhere else with room. You can browse thousands of cars in one place. You don't have to spend your weekend driving to a million different dealerships and when you shop on broome dot com. You never have to hagler negotiate with pushy salesmen. When you sell your car in broome you get a price instantly. You don't have to waste time at a dealership anymore. Room is entirely online so next time you need to buy a car. Just grab your phone. Go to dot com and check out. Thousands of great cars have a great day. Jalen hurts continues to try to win the starting job for the eagles. But our own tim. Mcmanus said that second year quarterback struggle this weekend. Noting saturday wasn't as best as here's.

"commissioner" Discussed on First Take

First Take

06:25 min | 11 months ago

"commissioner" Discussed on First Take

"There. You give him four years. I can get it okay. That that's fair but that that requires trust. And what i'm saying to you. Is that when you're in court wildlands position. I personally believe you have an obligation to be more than just a great player. You gotta be a leader. You gotta be the face of a franchise. If lebron james pulled up portion of the stuff that violated his pull. Do you never hear all over him. We would crucify him. It's a shame and kendrick perkins was right when he said that it's a shame that collide linnet has flown under the radar and has gotten away with some of the stuff that he's gotten away with in hijacking the clippers organization. But stephen i think part of that is how he lays low you know. He's not on social media doesn't talk much so he can't reminder people's radars you know i just wanna mention one thing guys. He is just thirty still. I mean when we're talking about guys step solar katie's older than i mean. We know the laker. So he's a star. He's a superstar talent. The talent and a champion. I'm just talking about when you talk about building a culture long-term you can't have young guys around constantly seeing that stuff you take off when you want you play when you want in all of this other stuff. That's not a good thing to build around. Hey i'm really care. Rose and you're listening to the first take podcast. Brook ball is almost here. In draftkings the official daily fantasy partner of the nfl is giving you a shot to turn big plays into even bigger prizes. Introducing new instant win challenge from draftkings wildcards. Download the draftkings that now to claim your first wild card for free. There's up to fifty million dollars worth of prizes up for grabs with one and four winning instantly. It's easy download the app to claim your first wild car which will reveal either weekly player challenges or instant win prizes. Like tickets to the super bowl. One in four went instantly. 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What is a few things that could stop the bucks. A lot of people think kansas city. I would say long before that. I think you've got the los angeles rams like we've talked about with matthew staff and now is their quarterback With some of the requisite weapons that they have and and robin woods and kupa cup in those boys are not lost cam acres That was a that was a loss but They had another running back here that rest for over six hundred yards. And you've got that and they've got one of the best defences the entire national football league in an absolute stud aaron donald so i think the combination of all of those leaves them is incredibly formidable. We can't forget. The green bay packers. Because rogers can't make all of this noise being that bad man he is. He can't make all of this noise in the off season and then come in and wet the bed disease it because i think it would validate everything that the green bay packers hinted at when they drafted jordan love. So yeah he kind of you know napalm net nonsense by going out there and putting forth an mvp season but now the this off season the and so he's going to be just as motivated as he wasn't a pass because he's got to show that he didn't make all of this noise for nothing he can't attach any validity to what green bay tried to put out about him about his days being numbered. So i think we gotta pay attention to green bay. I think we've got to pay attention to obviously los angeles. I can't sniff at san francisco. Because i think the defense is going to be back on track. And whether this jimmy garoppolo or trade nance i think they'll be in the mix and of course russell wilson seattle so agassi all of those things being a potential impediment to tampa bay success. Even though i clearly have tampa bay is favorites to come out of the nfc. I think look are the packers and and sure the rams are they threats to the bucks. Absolutely they are but if you ask me what's the thing that can stop the box. I got to choose one. I'm going to take the kansas city chiefs boring right. That's what everyone would say the chiefs. But i'm going to do it. The most spectacular player in the super bowl last year meeting the guy you'll remember his actual plays from that super bowl. Was the losing quarterback. Who's the guy mystically didn't look like the guy who is running for his life on every play. Remember both tackles were missing both three offensive. Linemen started we're gone as a result he was facing patrick. Mahomes more pressure on each snap than any player in the super bowl ever live pressured on a higher percentage of snaps than anyone ever and of course they only had to bring enough to bring any extra guys and so no one was ever open and yet the home doing super human thing what he was doing now the chiefs through in the austin patrick mahomes have to go round waving around. You better get offense line. No tape brought in orlando brown. Who's an elite left tackle. They shot signed jo. Tony who is an elite left guard. They brought in blyth from the rams stephen as from your rams who's competing among some other candidates to play at center remers still on the right. They'd completely revamped their offensive line at the highest possible level. The chiefs are the ones who pose the biggest threat because they have patrick mahomes who has a great offensive line on paper now and an embarrassment of riches in.

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"commissioner" Discussed on First Take

First Take

08:01 min | 11 months ago

"commissioner" Discussed on First Take

"Let's catch up on what's been a busy. Nba offseason the lakers traded for former mvp russell. Westbrook loaded la. Now has four of the top eight active players in career points per game. What lebron ad russ in mellow steph. Curry agreed to a four year. Two hundred fifteen million dollars extension with the warriors last season curry joined michael jordan as the only players aged thirty three older to win the scoring title fresh off caring team. Usa throughout the olympics and winning his third gold medal. Kevin durant signed a four year. One hundred and nine hundred million dollars extension with the brooklyn nets and leonard agreed to re sign with the clippers after opting out of his original contract. Leonard is expected to miss significant time as he recovers from an acl injury. Max kellerman. i know who. I won't be back for some time. But tell me this. Will he win title with the clippers. I think eventually he will. I don't think who is done winning championships. And i think it'll be with the clippers. He's going to sign long-term there. He is still in his prime. He look michael. Jordan ruined a lot of guys in terms of comparisons. Because he came around and once he hit his pray never missed games and once he hit his prime he just won the championship every year and so nowadays a year goes by and you know like koby a first and then lebron or something what happened. You didn't win the championship. Well you weren't supposed to win the championship every year until mj came along and he did it to himself. He told lebron and everything all this pressure on himself but kawais being held to that standard he didn't win the championship again. That's two years even though you choke the first year had a great series choked in the game seven and but but like wasn't available this year because of injury. That's going to happen. He's injury he's gonna miss some seasons he's chunks of seasons. You might miss the playoffs. He's gonna you're gonna have to manage him. Which is going to get on people's nerves and then he's filled may be absent for a time but he has how many more bites at the apple in la. For a steve bomber team. A guy was clearly willing to spend money to make the team. Good paul george is on the team. You have guys like terrence mann ascending young talent team. They just raft jason preston. Who is lame making. Set up your teammates. Type point guard imaginative playmaker. They're hoping that they have lacked recently. Because patrick beverley rondo also didn't do the job. When you have y and paul georgia's you're cornerstones an owner willing to spend money and you're gonna get four five more bites at the apple. I'm gonna go ahead and say that a two-time finals. Mvp at some point is going to get it done again. I'm not going to be stupid. And say that a guy who six seven six eight With his myriad of skills and championship pedigree who just averaged thirty on fifty seven percent shooting in eleven playoff games. Nowhere heli championship. That's just ignorant. I'm not gonna say that what i'll say to you max. Kellerman is that. I have my doubts and i have strong doubts and if several reasons number one i'm on the record i would not give a while a long term contract. I don't blame the clippers if they do. But i wouldn't do it because even though i consider him a top five talent in the game when healthy. He's not a culture builder. He's a guy that dragged grabs his lunch pail and does what he does. And at the end of the day when the buzzer. Sounds when when tip off arrives he shows up for practicing when you want to working out when you want to a plan when you want to and what have you. I just don't think that's a great great thing and from everything that we've been told that's what he does. Nobody said he's a bad guy. Nobody said teammates dislike him or anything like that. I'm not trying to engage in that kind of of of of cynicism. I'm simply saying look at. The game played in the last few years. He hasn't played sixty. He hasn't played more than sixty games. I think the last four years. This man takes tom off any operates his own beat and even though that works for him it compromises everything else. It's similar to what i said. Max if you recall when kyrie irving was talking about. We don't really need a coach. My response was kyri might not. because he's electrifying. He's boxoffice put those other plays. Did an went. Kyri went down and kevin durant was looking for help. It was hard to find because of the lack of experience person on the sideline to make sure all of those dudes around were ready. Not steve national. Learn from that and even better this upcoming. I think it helps that. He's not going to have mike dantonio on the bench with them. Okay but the bottom line is that was a hindrance. When i look at the clippers i think about kawhi leonard and how that hindu i also think about the fact that i'm thinking about lucas donncha and ludovic at six seven game series that they played max thirty one thirty nine forty four forty two twenty nine forty six. Where's the hell of the defensive as leonard to do something about that kind of individual dominate. Because that's what luka was doing them which is why the series went seven games. We gotta pay attention to that. We got pay attention significant competition in the western conference. The only reason why would summarily dismissed. What you're saying max is because i happen to think that tai lue can make an argument that he's the best coach in basketball right right now i am. Because he's that good of a coach and you've got some personnel around him not to mitch. You got over that hump finally get to the conference finals. The drafting that kid on johnson. I like as well. I'm just looking at the los angeles clippers. Do they have a chance. Yes would i bet my money on it. No well in the playoffs. It would be wise to bet your money on kawai letter. Because he's one of the all time great performers. You mentioned tie lou believe he is the best coach basketball. We saw it again. These last playoffs. If you look go back and look at what now look great offensive player. Stephen is going to get his. I don't care who is on. I mean put dennis rodman you know dennis rodman you mean luke luke. I'm saying you can put whoever you want on a great offensive player if they got it. There's not so much that can be done particularly in this. Nba the way. The rules are enforced. So do you believe yes. No kawhi is a great defensive player. I believe he's one of the greatest defensive players ever even if he's not quite what he was a couple of years ago defensively. I'll give you that. He's still a great defensive player. You go back and look at the playoff series like you mentioned thirty thirty points a game on the fifty five fifty eight percent shooting whatever. Here's playoff series. Just going back to two thousand seventeen. This is what he averaged in each series twenty seven thirty to twenty four thirty three twenty nine thirty thirty five twenty eight twenty six twenty four thirty one. He's he's doing it on great shooting and he's doing with defense like you think he's not a culture builder any great teams going to have at least two max contract type guys. Nowadays right can be one of them. Yes he can yes. He'll frequently be the best in the series. You cannot justify not paying him. Like i think year. Here's what i'm trying to say max. I have no problem with hawaii. Mu- lennon's money. I think he deserves every penny. It's the years that i have a problem with him with trump because i i- durability ability as a question mark and i think his level of commitment towards being something more than just a great player plays a role of hit. The not july. Stephen a. on the long term deal because if it was one or two years maybe he doesn't win a chip with them but remember the clippers have never wanted to shake. That's the way he's been.

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"commissioner" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"commissioner" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

"Listener supported w nyc studios with us now former new york city police. Commissioner bill bratton. Who from what i read is still influential in new york. City law enforcement policy as an advisor to eric adams. Commissioner bratton has a new book called the profession a memoir of community race and the ark of policing in america. Now for those of you don't know some of the history bill. Bratton was first hired by mayor. David dinkins to be the transit police commissioner when that was a separate force in nineteen ninety the reduction in crime there on his watch. Lead mayor rudy giuliani to hire him as nypd commissioner in nineteen ninety four when he took office and mayor. Bill de blasios brought him back again as his first police. Commissioner during the blasios. I turn beginning in twenty fourteen. Not many people can say they were rudy giuliani and built a blasios first choice to do anything and the new york times did report the other day that bratton is now advising democratic nominee for mayor. Eric adams who was actually on the transit police back during britain's first stint in new york under mayor dinkins. The book is both a memoir of brattin's various stints on the job in new york and elsewhere and a discussion of the difficult criminal justice issues facing the country today. commissioner bratton. Thanks for coming on. Welcome back to wnyc. It's great to be with you and your audience this morning thank you. Let's talk about what has become your signature. Approach approach to policing known as the broken windows theory Which you write about at length in the book for people who have only heard the term used on the news and maybe loosely or inaccurately what is broken windows policing according to you who implemented it well first off Brian it is one of the strategies that i employ. It is not a singular strategy. I also employed position policing cop stat back in nineteen ninety. Four sir robert peel in eighteen twenty nine articulated at best when he defied that the mission of the police is to prevent crime and disorder seventies and eighties. We focused almost entirely on just dealing with crime and not disorder. We see that. God us by nineteen ninety. New york place was a mess in terms of the quality of life. Wilkin windows issues on the street. So i am a strong advocate of it. But i'm also a strong advocate of physician policing in the to being used together. It's like doctor dealing with a patient. He just doesn't deal with this most significant issue or illness life threatening also all the other illnesses that might impact on the treatment. That serious illness. So if your audience broken windows or quality of life Issues if.

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"commissioner" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"commissioner" Discussed on KTOK

"Commissioner meeting today. I'm Beth Myers and the news radio. 1000. Katie. Okay, New center in less than about 90 seconds. Oklahoma County Commissioners voted today to allocate some $36 million in Cara's act funding to the Oklahoma County jail. Most in second. All those who say Aye, aye. An advocate possibility. You're not hearing from the public before transferring taxpayer money. There was no public comment. The 2 to 0 vote was taken before Commissioner carry bloomer. It was even seated. And then, after a few minutes commission chairman Kevin Calvi move to adjourn the meeting. Calling the outbursts from protesters a trauma to county staff and deputies. Calvi later said that he would not give in to bullies. Now that FEMA has approved Oklahoma's application to provide an extra $300 per week and jobless benefits to people unemployed because of covert 19 state officials say they will begin the process of implementing the extra benefits immediately, Shelly Zumwalt with the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission says, while other states are taking up to 10 weeks to implement the benefits She anticipates implementation in Oklahoma in about 4 to 5 Weeks, and Oklahoma County jail inmate who died in the hospital overnight was being treated for Kobe 19. But officials say that 65 year old Roosevelt Knox was also on dialysis and had other pre existing health conditions. He reportedly removed his own breathing apparatus and signed a do not resuscitate order..

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"commissioner" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio

Yesteryear Old Time Radio

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"commissioner" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio

"So Charlie is you know I've always prided myself on thinking of my employees I i. don't think you should go, and of course if you don't go. I won't get to go either commissioned to go. You're an old man Charlie what if something happens so? I've lived my three score and ten kind hope something does. Don't say that at your age. You don't dare chances. You'll be surprised. The chances I've taken my young life commissioner. Who you kid. COULD IT BE COMMISSIONER? Your little freed up. Charlie. Course I can understand why be pretty hard to get you off the ground with all that balanced you carry. Charlie I'll see you out there at seven o'clock, we'll see who's afraid..

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"commissioner" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"commissioner" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"I. Do yeah, the general election in November so You know and we'll take that seriously as we do every election it's. It's a little ways off probably start getting. Start you know. Start worrying out a little bit further down the road. Because you know what's going on right now and we'll county right now willing. We spoke on commissioner. It's just it's so interesting this year it's an election year, then everything else. That's going on the world. It's been nuts. Was this election well? I guess for lack of a better term more stressful than ones in years past. Know absolutely was more stressful. For one thing obviously you couldn't. You couldn't run the. You couldn't run your campaign like normal years. You weren't able to go out and and actually go door to door and visit with people like we've done in the past, so you know we had these days a little bit different this time, and so any election as stressful I mean it always is I felt like I always felt like because infringing shape as time and come to County Commissioner I. Think I've done a pretty good job. Job As county commissioner, a heck of a lot of support out there and I think based on the results of the election, and that was proven once again. Take us through. What was like final hours right before those polls starting to hit, and the numbers started be I mean. How nervous are you sit and have a glass of whisky? Calm the nerves. What? What does that look like for you? You know it's really it's pretty nerve wracking, and as we were sitting there, looking at the numbers they The turnout was was really large this year for. In the other primaries you know the last two you know around around fifty five hundred total votes, probably in one and this time we were up around fourteen thousand votes in district one so you know that was very a little concerned about the huge turnout, and but as it turned out I guess.

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"commissioner" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:26 min | 2 years ago

"commissioner" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Commissioner in the history of all professional sports. And I'm sure I don't watch ESPN anymore. I'm sure he's praised to the hilt. Praise to the hilt, and the thing is, you've got this going on there. Here's the dynamic. She have a a league. That's about 65% minority. To the minorities, the majority any of the ownership, which is overwhelmingly white. In the commissioner's white And so they're answered to the tumult that's taking place is To join in the attack on their fans, the joining the attack on the American citizen in the American people. To join in the radical Broadbased vicious bigotry about systemic racism, and then they expect to fill their stands. And overcharged the people in the stands for the damn hot dogs in their beer and their sodas in there. Peanut ain't gonna happen here. I can tell you that not by me. Not by me. You disrespect Millions and millions of people in this country regardless of their race. You disrespect this country. And then we disrespect you. I don't know who the owners are failed. I know about the owners. I got a whole industry cable industry. They get their networks. They're sports Go hope bureaucracy, people making a fortune off for you. Ladies and gentlemen, off of you off of your cable bills. Off of off of you buying from their advertisers off of you going to their games and overpaying for junk food. And paying for their damn sneakers that are made in China. By slave labour by Muslims. Now we find there there, making them grow their hair long and shaving off their hair. At the embassy commissioner said. We gotta respect both cultures and society. As China destroys Hong Kong Is. China destroys Tibet. As China has imprisoned In internment camps, almost two million Muslims. As China goes through their Christian churches. It does exactly what Sean King wants them to Dio pulls down all the statues of Jesus. You gotta respect that these air money hungry? Unprincipled. Frauds. The athletes. The owners. The sportscasters. Fraud. And I choose not to participate in any more and you're talking to or listening to a big time football fan no more. I can't stand it. I can't stand it. If I want to hear mindless, vicious, horrific comments about our country, I listen to Bernie Sanders and Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer and teeth and black lives. I don't need a watch football for this crap. I don't need to pay them. Remember when you're sitting on your sofa in your chair and you're watching that football game there, collecting your eyes as ratings. Charge advertisers more Don't do it anymore. There are other sports watch. There's other things to do. If we've learned anything, the last five or six months we could live without them. They can't live without us. We can live without them. They can't live without us when I say us. I mean all of us. All of us who believe in the American flag in the national anthem in this country. Of all races and creeds and religion. And you know what? There's more of us than there are football players in basketball plans, and you know what else they make 1 1/100 of a percent in the of the of the wealthiest people in this country. And all they do is wine and complain. Cash their massive checks. This is why the other day I showed you riel heroes. In sports. These aren't heroes. These air spoiled cry babies. You are gifted. Have been treated like kings and their female queens. Since high school and college and professional sports. Don't worry, they're gonna run run up and down the basketball court. With some social statement on their back. They're down for the revolution. Or now we're gonna have to national anthems, two national anthems. No, we're supposed to be a color blind society. That's why Martin Luther King was such a tremendous icon. You didn't talk like this. He didn't do the country this way he would never have agreed to national anthems. And so, basically what the NFL is going to do Listen to me clearly. Is the resegregating society. You've got an anthem for this and an anthem for this Resegregating society and all the so called down for the Revolution people. I re segregating society, too. I have to have been behind this microphone. How long now must have 17 years. Something like that. 18 years now. I've never been more disgusted in my life. With the racism, the blatant racism That that permeates everything in this country now. It's not the cops. It's the athletes. It's the actors and actresses. It's the media. The Democrat Party. Academia. I'll be right back in Washington.

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"commissioner" Discussed on The Young Jurks

The Young Jurks

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"commissioner" Discussed on The Young Jurks

"Company comes on the show that's doing the right thing and maybe as being suppressed by those large voices, we go out of our way to highlight those companies so. I think it's great. The commission is doing that on the regulatory level with these distinctions and awards and something I. Hope we'll continue to do with the young Turks as well. I have to say I apologize I, keep getting into my passionate feels I've been trying to keep a question related but sometimes, I just kind of go so that that is why I watch the show. That's why I come on his show I think and I think I've been coming on the show before I leave the commissioner, I followed it through so many different locations and now different like video. Where do but it because like this show preserve what I liked about the grassroots community, which is like integrity comes first but you also you know you're not afraid to say what needs to be fed and you have a lot of time to you know it's hard to find that somewhat you know these days but I think it's preserved show. Well that's certainly something we take as a high compliment and obviously someone like yourself who so tuned in to the nuances of the Regulatory Framework Legislative Framework Nipple Framework. It really is high praise and it's humbling in some ways. You know you brought something up which that you've been around the show for a period of years. I know you did some work for you were commissioner and then you became a commissioner How did that transition play out for you and how did you go about confronting the fact that as you transition from sort of you know your previous And staffing workout your company to being a regulator. Where you had to make decisions that hurt people you may have known how did that transition play out? Yeah they asking that I I talked a lot about my background when I first started as the commissioner and I definitely I gave a lot of keynote speeches and stuff where I was really trying to like get certain things in in the lexicon you know and I think that that happened So I kinda like stopped talking personally so much you know the the past year or two but The transition has been fairly smooth because I'm very lucky in that I've been working on the same thing, the whole time and they've actually gotten much more popular as time has gone on I've obviously gotten like more of an opportunity to make an impact time a gun on when I started a business background Before I got my law degree I got a event business degree while. Also working in marijuana legalization effort and so very early on I was interested in the intersection between business and racial justice in terms of the economic justice legalization could be used for but when.

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"commissioner" Discussed on The Young Jurks

The Young Jurks

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"commissioner" Discussed on The Young Jurks

"So, also, a huge thank you either cw fourteen, forty, five for sponsoring the young jerks I very grateful to them for all the work that they've been doing in. Kansas arena. Okay. So coming back to our guest commissioner Title I before my quick station identification break, we were talking a little bit about a leadership awards and in recognition of companies and organizations in various aspects of the cannabis industry. One of the temperature checks at the commission's hearing I. Believe it was last week all the weeks melt together at this point was the leadership. So you tell us a little bit about what these leadership or distinction awards are about and how they're really going to highlight companies who like you said are doing the right thing. Absolutely. Yeah and this was something that we came up with way in the beginning we wanted to recognize businesses that not only planned to be exemplary in different areas, but actually followed through and did. So we have a number of leadership awards. That will recognize company for doing. Exemplary things in different areas though compliance and a new one that came up with diversity in hiring people who call their diversity plan Environmental Award local employment I think one. and Social Justice leadership award, which may be based. We're thinking on your following through on your positive impact plan and so we wanted to pick up a bunch of different areas where if you want to be a conscious consumer and support companies that you know operate in accordance with your same values that you have an easy way to identify those companies and support them knowing that it's been vetted. That's really excellent and I think that really speaks to exactly what we were talking about a little bit earlier, which is sometimes it can get a little bit easier especially for me to get carried away when I see. People who view their profit is more important than a equitable market at the same time. I see people who? Decide not to make that decision and I look at them as Paragon of virtue in a world awry. So and I see it time and time again in the grassroots community business owners who to their detriment support causes and regulatory frameworks that hurt their interests hurt the interests of the people that they work with, and in fact, some of the people that I'm sure would benefit them later in life they had just gone along to get a lot and I think this is a pattern that we see when we. Look at the actions of people with integrity they do things that hurt their interests, the interests of those that may have not they may have no, and even those that they may have at one time worked for in order to benefit the public good and if you see a pattern on behalf of someone, they're constantly making policy legislative regulatory or otherwise that goes against their own interest or the interest people they may have known. You probably found someone who is looking to protect our democracy from the sorted influence corporate malfeasance. But it should do more by the way to recognize those companies I think all of us should do more to like put put those named out there. Sure I met certainly. Something I think we take to heart on the young Turks while we are obviously always willing to interview anyone who's willing to come on for a live interview with out the. To have permission to, for example, not let it air or something If someone does something like that and comes on the show, we give them a fair shake likewise, if a.

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"commissioner" Discussed on NoCo Now � 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now � 1310 KFKA

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"commissioner" Discussed on NoCo Now � 1310 KFKA

"They make things easy. They make the complicated stuff. Look a lot easier for thirty four. The now that time when we come back, we'll get to CHASA. Commissioner Rhonda Blandford Green and get her latest thoughts on how things are going to reopen when it comes to high school athletics, but first, let's get to the bottom of the hour news and weather center. The whole sports story in northern Colorado state in the country tune into the hall show weekdays noon to two.

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"commissioner" Discussed on NoCo Now � 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now � 1310 KFKA

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"commissioner" Discussed on NoCo Now � 1310 KFKA

"That aren't requiring that, so you can go and find that, but really the idea behind it is that if if there is an outbreak? If there's an outbreak of these events that finally comes back, you'll at least be able to know and I think a lot of people should. Should at least WanNa know if something like that happens so that they can get tested. We've got enough tazewell county still doing their testing so I know that there's enough tests out there. Why not do that covers Noko News here in the first segment. Let's take a break. When we come back on the other side, we will be talking with Kevin. Ross Weld County. Commissioner, let's get an update on the economy here in Weld, county. What are we seeing? Don't go anywhere you listening to no co- news right here in the article special studios thirteen ten KFI..

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"commissioner" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:55 min | 2 years ago

"commissioner" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The commissioners salaried correct yes they hired him okay what if we made the commissioner more independent but he didn't want to water well what if this is safe for example an independent body was able to pick a commissioner who did not have to answer for the owners yeah and they they paid his salary we get a completely different situation you're absolutely right about that that's right and we couldn't be more independent and he couldn't push his opinion a lot better and make better decisions that have to answer to these owners right but the problem there Harry is they don't believe that the system is broken it's working just fine for them right now just fine everybody's making a fortune this is a blip on the radar and they're not gonna rock this boat how many times of all of us heard especially people who work in sports they got to do some about Goodell they got to do some about Manfred they're gonna do some about Seelig they don't have to do anything they don't have to do a thing what are you going to do C. until that's why I am not one of these people that that is going to say get over it if we don't show outrage we don't get change you know I made this analogy many times before but I'll make it again the reason we went nuts about Michael Vick and he was is vilified as anybody that I can remember in sports for a long time was because we know as human beings that if we don't protect dogs no one else will so we took the calls of the dogs and we took it because there was no chance anyone else was going to take so if we don't show outrage we won't stop Michael Vick's of the world from doing what they are what he did and by the way it's pretty damn successful because you haven't seen any stories about pro athletes abusing dogs since Michael Vick because you people said we're not putting up with that you've crossed the line with us and the argument we're having here is where is the line for people these days it is clearly children you abused children we feel the same way and you might say well that's ridiculous dogs and children once a comment what's the common denominator there's no representation for either without us if we don't if we don't protect the four year old no one else will if we don't protect the dog no one else will we're all they have there are no other options and that is part of the reason that we get passionate and very negative on people that abuse those that are unable to defend themselves in any way like the elderly like children like yes dogs and you saw what happened many people were shocked by our reaction as a nation to Michael Vick and the dog situation that we were so outraged what are we this outraged about people why aren't you know and that's why I just gave you my theory there's an inherent feeling of responsibility for those that can't protect themselves that's what it comes down to this isn't that right there's a lot of people like Paul believe that everyone's cheating in one way or the other and in the end she better get out you know to stop whining and figure out a way the beat the system like they did because you're not going to change it it's not the Paul wouldn't want it to go away completely he just doesn't think it will and many of you agree with them you don't think it's ever going away people are always going to find an edge they're always going to try to find one so if that's the case stop trying to beat it and just do a better job of doing it yourself and if I drive eighty on the way home tonight don't get caught simple as that so you know that's that's where we are I mean that's where we are it's what the story is such life Lewin Porchester up next on the fan I Lou Hey Chris Hey you know have you been around high level sports my whole life professional people many members my family and professional sports Mike my cousin just got hired as the the giants offensive line coach nice out from Dallas and I despite some kind of hypocritical but I I think it supports in in sometimes you know I'm a guy that likes to have lumbar region and and this particular thing might not happen today but what I'm getting at is that I think it's this soon we we've been able to kind of reconcile the the P. E. D. thanks but I think when it's a systemic situation it's the first one I can remember of modern times I think it would be confronted with I think there's going to be a different reaction I I've heard some host on the station say well you know the people in Houston you know they want that championship they're fine with it it was funny because there was a call from Houston and I know it's only one caller and he called and he said you know I kind apple polls of the city and he said you know his opinion was that people were pretty embarrassed and my point is that I think in politics and I'm like you I'm a cynic I'm a skeptic you know I'm I'm still I'm not the best but but but my optimism is based in Frankfort reality and and so I think in sports you know in politics and all these other walks of life we we expect that there's going to be what what goes on right but other times sold make your point so so anyway so the point is is that I think that the two people of Houston I think they're going to be verified I don't think they're going to enjoy this championship and I don't think they're going to enjoy their team infill somehow they're they're able to kind of get past this I I don't think it's what a lot of people think you that you know Hey I just want to win I think was sports is different and that systemic cheating it's kind of pointless but my bottom line it's it's kind of a punk thing and I think athletes really.

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"commissioner" Discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"commissioner" Discussed on The Vergecast

"Everybody the from the verge cast on this week's interview episode very timely are excellent policy reporter, McKenna Kelly joins me to talk to FCC Commissioner Jeffrey Starks. He is brand new. He's one of the newest commissioners AFC he was just appointed, I think a hundred days ago. The President Trump is a democrat Commissioner we talked to him about the T mobile sprint merger. But what's going on with ralway location, tracking robo calls all of the things FCC Commissioner has to think about is they manage our nation's various networks is big job. Commissioner Starks extremely chill dude, he got into it with us became Adam pretty hard really interesting interview the way he thinks about he was a DOJ lawyer before he really he thinks about things differently than I think other SEC people we've talked to and he really thinks about how to make sure accessing is, is equal for as many. So that's really interesting frame. Then we ask them a lot of China's spying on us through while they so check it out this. FCC Commissioner Jeffrey starts. We're here with SEC Commissioner Jeffrey Starks. Harry, sir. Great, great to be here on joined McKenna Kelley our policy reporter, happy me back. So I'm going to start with a real softball. It actually has a not even line. Good job. I like it. You're like the new guy. The FCC. Yes. Just started. Yes. Like five months ago. No. No. Not even I think I just crossed a one hundred. So about a little over three months. Okay. You're appointed by President Trump. Yes. Although I'm an democratic seat. And so I'm. You know, it's a recommendation from Senator Schumer to the president. The president then accepted the recommendation. So I was nominated by President Trump. I'm officially a presidential appointee confirmed by the Senate. But a democratic seat. Yes. So what does that day? Look like the point did you get a phone call? Is it like the Nobel prize? Like the middle of the night is a for the confirmation for the appointment. The appointment is at a letter does, like a does the military show up at your door for the dirty secret is there was a lot of lead up to actually getting the appointment. And so, you know, had to interview, of course, with Senator Schumer had to interview, of course, with folks in the White House. And so the actual appointment when it was accepted by the president. Yes. I did get a phone call that the president was going to nominate me who is a phone call from the phone call was from the head of PPO presidential personnel operations. I don't even know there was such thing. Yes. PPO. All right. I'm I've always been curious whenever whenever discusses. The mc. Canucks of that. I got to take you under the hood. It's good the PPO. I gotta find this person and then walk us through your back on all bit. So you're at the FCC before you litigated a pretty big net, neutrality case, just give people a sense of your history. Yes. So what Yale for law school? I'll, I'll start even further than that, which is right after undergrad worked for a couple of years in the private sector, and then worked for Illinois state Senate staff committee on which then a little known Senator daybreak Obama stat when he was a state Senator in Illinois and volunteered for his US senatorial campaign. And so I like to always say that I was giving him some some guidance on ways to votes, even way back when then went to Yale for law school graduate from there, worked in the private sector for a couple years, then joined the Obama administration where I was senior counsel to the deputy attorney general. So this is the Jim Cole was my boss, right? Under Eric Holder and handled a number of matters their civil some criminals, some national security matters. And then. Got brought over to the FCC were. Yes, I was working on universal service was working on early net neutrality cases. And then was this whole kind of appointment ended up happening? And then now of course, am I a full-blown Commissioner that CC? So were you like a telecom tech nerd before or you kinda slid into this world?.

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