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Fresh "Contesting" from WBBM Early Afternoon News
"Largest city. In all three filed at the same time, so or or a city clerk Jennifer Stallings held a live streamed lottery drawing for ballot positions. Do you have Numbers 12 and three on the Ping pong balls and placing them inside the bucket for our first drawing, and I am missing them up incumbent Richard Durban, the city's first African American mayor, drew top ballot position. Former East Aurora School board member John Lace will appear second on the ballot, and Alderman John lost. Shay got third place. There are a couple of contested races for Alderman is well. The election is April 6th in the western suburbs. Craig Della. More NEWS Radio 105.9 F L Get a check of.
Delaware County Pays $500,000 Ransom After Outages
"Ransomware news. A few things Delaware county pennsylvania has paid half a million dollar ransom after their systems were hit by the d'appel paper ransomware last weekend. And because being pennsylvania that's on a lot of our politically focused people's radar because it was one of the loudly and hotly contested states in the us's recent presidential election So of course. The first question anyone has is whether they ransomware attack which was recent may have had any effect upon the state's election networks so delaware county was quick to state that the bureau of elections and the county's emergency services department were neither of those were affected. They're on a different network than the one that was hacked sources said that the counties in the process of paying this half a million dollar ransom since its insured for such attacks so they figure. Hey what the heck. Let's pay the ransom. Get our get the key and get our systems back up. We're hearing more about d'appel pay more. And so i think this is one that we're gonna be talking about much as we've been talking about you know so dino key be and review and so forth It was derived from its predecessor. Bit pay more and it shares a large body of its code D'appel payment has been improved to add. multi threaded encryption. Because of course that's what you want in your whole server encryption is speed so anyway It's faster now. And in an odd twist the d'appel payment gang apparently advised delaware county to change all their passwords and also modify their windows domain configuration to include safeguards from the use of the mimi cats program. Now it's not clear what those safeguards would be. Maybe like explicitly look for mimi. Cats me cats. We've talked about it from time to time. It's an open source tool. That's been around for about six years since two thousand fourteen. It's commonly used by ransomware gangs to harvest windows domain credentials when they get into a compromise network. So it's one of those. You know lateral movement tools It doesn't qualify as living off the land because it's typically not present on systems that ransomware needs to to download a copy in order to use it but it is on get hub and its author. Six years ago explained that he wrote it as a way to learn see and experiment with locating and extracting windows credentials from the ram of running systems. So yeah it's very much like that. Active directory tool. We were talking about a few weeks ago. It wasn't ever really written to be used for malicious purposes. But boy is it handy for for those you know it extracts things it finds them and extracts amount of ram and d'appel paper is envy. This gang are using me. Cats
Fresh update on "contesting" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Threats. Intimidation. It's too much. It's not right. Have lost the moral high ground to claim that it is now nothing from the president himself. But the Trump campaign spokesperson condemned the threats. In a statement last night, the campaigns for Georgia's two Republican senators did the same while still criticizing election officials now three days after their lawsuit was tossed by Pennsylvania's highest court Republicans trying to erase Joe Biden's victory in the state. I've asked the U. S. Supreme Court to take up their case. The Republican congressman Mike Kelly, of northwestern Pennsylvania, and other plaintiffs want the high court to prevent the state from certifying any contest from the November 3rd election and undo any certifications already made, such as Biden victory. Maintain Pennsylvania's expansive year old vote by mail law is unconstitutional because it required a constitutional amendment to authorize its provisions. Another election news yesterday as we've been reporting, Attorney General William Barr, a close ally of the president, said the Justice Department has found no evidence of widespread voter fraud. We're checking out sports for you next day with us it's 11 44 retired federal employees Open season starts on November 9th. Take a.
Wisconsin and Arizona make it official as Trump fails to stop vote certification in all six states where he contested his defeat
"House is still pushing claims of lights Fred Election fraud this morning despite two key states, Arizona and Wisconsin. Certifying the results that Joe Biden did win. Monday's confirmation of the vote tallies means that all six states where the president is disputing Joe Biden's win, I have now all certified their counts. But White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany telling Fox News this morning. The fight in the courts We'll continue. The president has been on apologetic for the last 10 months and saying that mail and voting mass mail in voting is subject to fraud. This is been a key part of what he's talked about. When it comes to election integrity. He wants to make sure signatures are matched the mail in voting. I sacrosanct, but Chris Krebs, the man who Mr Trump fired his head of the federal Election Security agency. Was on the Today show on NBC this morning and once again, saying there was no evidence of systemic fraud. It was a community of everyone involved in the elections from state and local election officials. Other federal agencies. In fact, the vendors that support elections and that was a community assessment. And I am yet to see anything based in reality that would change my opinion. Mr Grabs, refused to respond to comments by one of the lawyers for Donald Trump that He should be shot that was made yesterday.
Ravens-Steelers game postponed for a 3rd time to Wednesday
"Have a date to play for a third time. The league says The teams will play this Wednesday. The game's been postponed multiple times because of a continuing Corona have virus outbreak on the Ravens. Here's NPR's Tom Goldman. The game between these two division rivals originally was scheduled for Thanksgiving night. But then there Thursday game became a Sunday game than a Tuesday game and now Wednesday afternoon in Pittsburgh. Bouncing ball nature of the contest followed a weeklong cascade of positive coronavirus tests among the Ravens. More than 20 players have either tested positive or been exposed to the virus. On Wednesday, Baltimore will be missing a reported 12 active players, including reigning league and VP quarterback Lamar Jackson. The rescheduling is just one of a growing number of challenges the NFL is facing as it tries to navigate the pandemic while cases surge nationwide. Tom Goldman. NPR NEWS NFL
How I Wrote My Book 'HTML and CSS: Visual QuickStart Guide 9th Edition' with Joe Casabona
"I was honored to write for for peach pit because all of the books i bought That taught me web development. Where peach pit books So i was like in the ranks of people. Dan cedar home Which is amazing so Anyway i reached out to them to see if they'd like to do a second edition of responsive design with wordpress but they told me the book was going out of print apparently People don't buy that many wordpress development books i guess they looked to other online resources for that. But my editor my publisher. They offered me an alternative to rewrite from. Scratch the ninth edition of each tim allen. Css visual quickstart guide And i was really excited about this in. Html and css book has a much broader appeal to than than a advanced wordpress development book plus for a while i taught html and css at the university of scranton. And i used a book. But i thought man. I could update This classic textbook right. it's a popular. I mean a book doesn't get to nine editions without being popular right So i could update this popular classic textbook to fit today's students and one of the reasons my editor wanted to go with me or thought about me was i also make online courses. And now they're they're quickstart guides and and some of their other books come with a video section right away edition and videos for the course so i could tackle more interesting contests concepts and do more of a show and tell that might be easier than you know going in describing a a big long process with words so i agreed and then we had to get into a couple of things before i could actually start writing. The first is for many publishing companies or for many content creation companies really The original author is generally offered first right of refusal. So that means in order for me to rewrite this same title from scratch They would have to go to the previous author and get their approval or their refusal really so they had to offer the previous author the the opportunity to rewrite the book straight because a couple of things are happening here first of all. If i wasn't writing it from scratch the way the royalties are setup. Is i would essentially split royalties with the original author if i was just working off his or her work. If i'm writing it from scratch that means now that the author is forfeiting any any royalties for for later editions. If people still buy the eighth edition he or she gets royalties. But the ninth edition. They don't get royalties because again. I started it from scratch and the previous author did not want to do the ninth edition. So we we proceeded from there. I had to do a proposal at that point Because i was working off of an eighth edition. I had a general idea of what i was going to be writing but it. But you know my my editorial team kind of said you know making your own But i had to justify reasons why was going to write this book so You know. I touched on the important parts like the huge changes that have happened since twenty twelve in the in the web development space in both html ncis s in the browser space There's been a big focus again on performance on Accessibility and things like that. And i wanted to touch on those things in the book as well so There was a lot to cover. I also look at the competition now. The main competition and the book that i taught from when i was teaching at the university of scranton was actually html nc s by john. Duck it. i think. That's a really nice visual book It's definitely what. I what. I've come to learn a in writing. My book is that it's definitely more of a teacher's aide in my opinion. I think it's more of a teacher's aide than it is a. I'm a person who wants to be self taught because yes there are a lot of graphics and explains things really nice but there aren't deep explanations in it. I think. I i think in this book my book. I do some more explanation. Mostly thanks to my editor but So that was that was the first process or that was the first step right get approval from the previous author and then create a proposal and outline
Arizona certifies election results
"Joe Biden's victory. He had an extremely well run election and saw historically high voter participation. There were more than 3.42 million ballots cast in this election and turn out with nearly 80% certified Trump personal attorney Rudy Giuliani promised an ongoing hearing into continue contesting results in Arizona. Two former associates of Giuliani, a pleaded not guilty to charges in a September indictment
New York City Will Reopen Elementary Schools and Reduce Hybrid Learning
"Public schools plan to welcome some students back into classrooms next Monday, Mayor DiBlasio says the option will be available for three K through fifth graders who have already opted into the city's blended learning model. That move excludes nearly two thirds of the city students who had already opted out Here to talk us through it all is w n Y. C is planning Editor Kate Hinds. Hey, Kate. Good morning, David. It's okay. First Mayor de Blasio had really been sticking to his earlier decision to close down schools if the citywide positivity rate reached 3% He went ahead and did it even though he faced some pretty vocal criticism over that. What seems to have brought about this new change of heart? Yeah, There's quite a bit of whiplash happening in the school's policy. But I'm going to guess it was the ferocious pushback. He got from many parents and local elected officials, who pointed out that it was inconsistent to keep Children from learning in person. At the same time, bars and restaurants are allowed to operate. Albeit at lower capacity, and that 3% benchmark was something that had been set in the summer, you know, months ago, and of course, the science is changing and evolving all the time, and it seemed to some people. Inconsistent to stick to something that was a low number set, you know, way back in the early you know what was then an earlier time in the pandemic, also, even though coronavirus cases are increasing right now, in New York City's positivity rate is 3.9%. That number's been lower in schools before the mayor shut down all in person learning 12 days ago. 0.28% of the school based tests were positive. So there is consensus at least right now. That transmission of is less of an issue in schools than in other settings. OK, so help us understand All of this, though not all kids are going to be able to go back to schools. The decision Comes with a lot of asterisks who gets to go back so buildings will reopen on December 10th for students in all grades of what's known as District 75. These are students with the most significant disabilities but one week from today Monday, December 7th schools serving three K pre K and students in kindergarten through fifth grade, will reopen two families who were already in blended learning. So, in other words, if you picked and all remote program, you are still all remote. If you were hybrid, you're moving, or you might be moving to a more in person experience. But school's still have to determine if they have the space to do that increased in person learning because spacing protocols still apply. It may be that schools that already had a high number of kids opting into hyper learning won't really be able to expand capacity will be watching that closely. It's the school's who had just small numbers of students showing up for in person 123 days a week who might be able to expand in person learning again for the students who had already signed up. So this turns out to be roughly about 190,000 students All told that this will affect that still a fraction of the 1.1 million public school students in New York City. Who's not returning to school yet middle and high school students there is still no plan yet to return them to in person learning, and the mayor said they'll be working on that in the days and weeks to come. Okay. Lot of unknowns here. How is this gonna work? Well, elementary kids be using Buildings and staff previously assigned to older students. Great question. I don't know the answer to that, you know, space and available teachers is going to be a huge consideration. 20% of students and staff will need to be tested each week and the mayor keeps hammering home how important it is to fill out the consent form and that you will not be allowed to go due to Returned to a school building. Without that consent form. There are still protocols to close classrooms or schools in the event of positive cases. And of course, we have to take into consideration Governor Cuomo's zone protocols, so schools in red or orange zones have will have different requirements. And there's still an orange zone in Staten Island right now, although schools contest out of that, and what about those bars and gyms that have stayed open or are there any plans to rethink that in face of the recent increase in covert cases? Right. Well, unlike schools, which are you know, seemed to be more or less under the control of localities on Lee Governor Cuomo can determine if bars and restaurants and gyms have to shut down, so that's something that will be watching closely. Okay, a
Miami - Gaetz supports Trump as he claims election fraud
"Florida Congressman Matt Gates in the Panhandle is supporting President Trump's claims of voter fraud if we allow The voting process to be separated from identification, authentication, audit and review. Then we're asking for these types of outcomes because when it comes to the people, except to show up in person and vote, this was a landslide for Donald Trump. Gates. Talking to Fox News election officials in states contested by the Trump legal team say they discovered no evidence of widespread voter fraud
New York City Will Reopen Elementary Schools and Reduce Hybrid Learning
"Though coronavirus cases are increasing right now, in New York City's positivity rate is 3.9%. That number's been lower in schools before the mayor shut down all in person learning 12 days ago. 0.2 point. 8% puts his B 80.28% of the school based tests were positive. So there is consensus at least right now that transmission is less of an issue in schools than in other settings. Okay, So help us understand All of this, though not all kids are going to be able to go back to schools. The decision comes with a lot of asterisks who gets to go back right s o buildings will upon on Thursday, December 10th for students in all grades of what's known as District 75. These were the students with the most significant disabilities. One week from today, December 7th schools serving pre K students and students in kindergarten through fifth grade, will reopen two families who had already chosen to be in hybrid learning blended learning. In other words, If you had already picked and all remote program, you are still all remote. If you were hybrid, you're moving to a more in person experience, but schools have to determine if they have the space to do increased in person learning. You know, spacing protocols still apply. So it may be that schools that already had high numbers of kids opting into hybrid learning won't be able to expand in person capacity hugely, so we'll be watching that closely. It's the school's who had just small numbers of students showing up for in person learning 123 days a week who might be able to expand in person learning again for those students would already signed up for it. So this turns out to be roughly about 190,000 students all told that this will effect that's still a fraction of the 1.1 million public school students in New York City. Who's not returning to school yet middle and high school students there is still no plan yet to return them to in person learning, and the mayor said they'll be working on that in the days and weeks to come. Okay. Lot of unknowns here. How is this gonna work? Well, elementary kids be using buildings and staff previously assigned to older students. Great question. I don't know The answer to that, You know, space and available teaching is the teachers is going to be a huge consideration. Um students, 20% of students and staff will need to be tested each week and the mayor keeps hammering home how important it is to fill out the consent form and that you will not be allowed to go due to Returned to a school building. Without that consent form. There are still protocols to close classrooms or schools in the event of positive cases. And of course, we have to take into consideration Governor Cuomo's zone protocols, so schools in red or orange zones have will have different requirements, and there's still an orange zone in Staten Island right now, although schools contest out of that
Pennsylvania Supreme Court dismisses Trump challenge to vote
"Pennsylvania's supreme court over the weekend throughout a lower court order blocking the state from certifying dozens of contests and it's november third election. The lawsuit asserted that the state's expansive mail in voting law is unconstitutional. But that law is now a year old and in a unanimous decision. The court said it is too late to challenge it justice. David wrote that. The plaintiffs failed to show quote. Even a single mail in ballot was fraudulently cast or counted. President elect joe biden defeated president trump by more than eighty thousand votes in pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania high court rejects lawsuit challenging election
"Pennsylvania's highest court has rejected a Republican effort to block the certification of dozens of contests on the state's November third election ballot the Pennsylvania Supreme Court threw out a lower court's order halting certification of any remaining contests new unanimous decision the court said the underlying lawsuit was filed months after the expiration of a time limit in Pennsylvania is your old mail in voting law that allowed for challenges to it the Republican plaintiffs had sought to either throw out the two point five million mail in ballots submitted under the law war directed states Republican controlled legislature to pick Pennsylvania's presidential electors I'm Ben Thomas
Spiller, defense lead No. 5 Texas A&M to 20-7 win over LSU
"Isaiah Spiller ran for one hundred and forty one yards and a touchdown and buddy Johnson returned an interception for a score as number five Texas a and M. stifled LSU Saturday twenty to seven the Aggies overcame the elements and improve Tigers defense the nav their fifth straight win it was also their first contest since November fifth following a corona virus outbreak and with the victory Texas a and M. improves to six and one on the season heading into next week's showdown with Auburn meanwhile LSU falls to three and four ahead of a home game against top ranked Alabama Zach Taylor college station Texas
Pennsylvania court dismisses lawsuit trying to toss mail ballots
"In a unanimous decision. Pennsylvania Supreme Court's thrown out a lower court's order, preventing the state from certifying dozens of contests on its November 3rd election. Ballot. Justices say the underlying lawsuit was filed months too late. Republican plaintiffs had sought to either throw out the 2.5 million mail in ballots submitted under the law or direct the state's Republican controlled legislature to pick Pennsylvania's presidential
NFL hit with more positive COVID tests and injuries
"Sports. Here's Jordan Burn Field. Thank you, Steve. The NFL has had pretty good luck with teams being able to plow through the pandemic without cancelation, but that is in jeopardy. Now. Reigning NFL N V P. Lamar Jackson among several Ravens, who have tested positive for covert 19 positive tests continue to pile up for Baltimore. They were supposed to play the undefeated Steelers last night. Game has moved this Sunday due to the positives. Now their arm or the NFL may have no choice but to cancel that contest slated for the afternoon. Right now, the Bears on scheduled to play but who starts a quarterback? Sure looks like it'll be Mitch Travis Key. The back of QB has taken all the snaps and practice this week. Nick Foles has remained out with the nailing hip Bears left tackle Charles Leno practiced missed practice rather with a toe injury. The came Hicks was out as well with a hamstring bears and Packers slated for Sunday night. Turkey
Los Angeles' USC Football Game Against Colorado Canceled Due To Lack Of Scholarship Players
"Just in the Pac, 12 says. See you Saturday football game at USC will not be played. The decision was made because of the number of coronavirus cases on the USC team meant the school would not meet the minimum number of scholarship players available for the game. The Pac 12 says the game will be declared a no contest.
Remembering Diego Maradona: football legend dies aged 60
"Argentina has declared three days of national mourning following the death of diego. Maradona very arguably. The greatest footballer of all time at the age of sixty upwards of a million people are expected to pay their respects kosovo's on the presidential palace in buenos aires his monocle. Twenty four obituary away from the outside. But you're legion for dead outside for dead epoch. whatever he did look like. It wasn't a footballer. He was short about five foot. Five and stocky. He seemed as wide as he was told. If you had to guess which field of athletics he would succeed in. It might be weightlifting or wrestling if you met him. This opinion might well be reinforced in no realm. Did he seem at home. With as or graces diego armando murder donahue was born on october thirtieth nineteen sixty in la news just south of buenos iras. His childhood was spent in the shantytown of via we to on the argentine capital's outskirts. He was spotted early. He was fifteen when he made his premier division debut in nineteen seventy six. He was sixteen the first time he wore the blue and white stripes of argentina in nineteen seventy seven though he was omitted from the argentina side. Which won the world cup at home in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight. He became the world's most expensive footballer in one thousand nine hundred eighty two moving to barcelona after starring in that year's world cup in spain. Barcelona knew what they were getting despite aggressive. If not brutal man-marking maradonna was magnificent. But he had his limits against brazil. Argentina's caused lost. He was sent off for a foul which appeared calculated to cut brazilian defender. Battista in tune. Things did not go well at barcelona. Maradonna was ill injured eventually dumped after just two seasons following his ignition of an almighty brawl in the one thousand nine hundred four. Copa del rey. Final against athletic. Bilbao tennis patio for another world record fee. He was transferred to napoli. He led an ordinary team to extraordinary success to sarah titles are copper italia and uefa cup among others in naples municipal mythology he was regarded as something not far short of godlike. Many are today's neapolitans. born around. That time named diego or diego maradonna also became friendly with certain well known members of the local business community was banned for fifteen months after failing or cocaine test. And slunk away in disgrace. Maradona's jekyll and his hide will always be most famously illustrated by the events of june twenty second nineteen ninety-six at estadio azteca in mexico city. It was a world cup quarter-final so the stakes were plenty high enough anyway. But argentina were playing england. It was four years and eight days. Since argentine forces had surrendered to the british army in the falklands agentina. Tina regarded this game as a rematch argentina. One to one and maradona scored both goals very arguably the two most famous goals of all time. The i was also one of the most outrageous acts of chicanery in sporting history unable to propel himself high enough to get his foreign on miscued clearance by. England's steve hodge. Maradona raised a fist and smack the ball past oncoming england goalkeeper. peter shilton. the ball came back off off neighborhoods argentina a protesting reverie everybody sore but the referee possibly seeking to rub it in maradona later. Slowly credited the goal to a combination of his own head and the hand of god. Four minutes later. Maradonna received a pass inside. Argentina's half then headed for goal both bolting and gliding bewitching and bewildering to bids xlii to read terry butcher and terry fenwick before slotting the enchanted ball past scholten debate about that gulf football possibly seeking to rub that in as well maradonna later. Thank the england players for their gallantry. Less men he suggested would simply kicked him up in the air. It is difficult to believe that this thought did not occur to them. Agentina one thousand nine hundred eighty six world cup. Thanks largely to a dominant performance by their diminutive. Talisman maradonna verged at this point on the supernatural too. The rest of maradona's career played out to the same chorus of astonished applause and resigned. Soy's in nineteen ninety. He very nearly one argentina. Another world cup in one thousand nine hundred four. He was sent home early after failing a drug test. A few more seasons fading football followed then a career. Coaching at clubs of whom few had heard before maradona's turned up to manage them usually briefly. The low light of a short stint in charge of argentina's national side was getting clobbered six one in a world cup qualifier by the generally little feed. Bolivia could beat up saluda. Neither maradona's personal life nor public conduct became synonyms for probity and dignity. He received a suspended jail sentence for shooting for journalists with an air rifle outside his home in buenos iras on a return visit to naples. He had the to rolex watches. He habitually wore seized by local police as part payment for the thirty million euros. He still owed the italian treasury in taxes but no stupidity he perpetrated off the field ever quite included the memory of the miracles. He performed honored. There are those athletes who have the power to change a contest. Above and beyond their ability colossal though it may be space benz and time slows around them. The very fact of their presence alters things that charisma their reputation that half second of doubt they instill in their opponents. They are of that caliber. For whom a gain more race is half one before it even starts you. Think event and center hussein. Bolt shane warne serena williams and you most certainly think of diego maradona
Nick Saban tests positive for COVID-19 again
"It's not a happy Thanksgiving cc to the saving and family right now. Couple days before the Iron Bowl and Bam coverted positive this time. It's not a false positive. Nick Saban test positive for Cove in 19. When I saw this news I'm going. You got to be kidding me. Iron Bowl Week. And this is this is not a false positive. This is a positive test. By all reports he will miss the Iron Bowl against the Auburn Tigers, where Against coach Miles on since Mount coach Malzahn was hired as a head coach for the Auburn Tigers. Alabama, four winds miles on three wins. This has been a tightly contested or robbery between these two head coaches and one of them. Coach is the number one team in the country right now, and he will not be on the sidelines when you saw this news, Courtney your reaction, Woz. Here we go again, Uh, that Georgia game. You know, it felt like every 15 minutes. We're breaking in on SportsCenter. With updates about is Nick Saban's test positive. Is it negative? I mean, we kept going and going with it. And now that you find out this man actually does have symptoms. I know. He said that he has a runny nose, and it's nothing like super catastrophic and he was a little horse in his press conference, but He is one of many college football coaches, um, including several in the S E. C. N o Dan Mullen had it who now have the Corona virus and are now dealing with this And you know, my thought is This couldn't have happened at least to any other program that has more reinforcements in place to prevent against things going awry before a massive Massive game Cozy, you know is doing everything in the right was sure. Absolutely. I mean, that's once again. We can't villainize there vilify people forget in the prone A virus at this point next day, been said it that panties like I go home. I go to work. I don't know how I got it and You know that program. Um, given who's next in line and who's going to be taking over with, you know Nick Saban watching the all 22 during the game. I know that he can't have some magical headset to put all of the conspiracy theories out there. He's not watching the game and calling the place. It's not like Hugh Freeze in the hospital bed calling place of Liberty. It's that level three wishes probably could. He will have a really at halftime. I mean, he will be on the phone with coaches trust me, no doubt at halftime, but Your point. He did speak today after being diagnosed positive with the coronavirus. Here's a head coach of the number one team in the country next saving on the just on a couple days right now the IV but a couple days before the Iron Bowl, his head coach of Alabama Was informed this morning that I had tested positive. It was a PCR test, which was different than you know, the false positive I had before. I don't really have any cardinal signs of the virus Right now. I don't have a fever, No loss of taste of snow, no fatigue, no muscle aches. I informed the team this morning at 10 on the zoom call on and I'm up. I'm the only person in the whole organization who tested positive on this, You know around. So you know the Alban Games, obviously the most important game and We hate it that this situation occurred. But as I said, many times before, you gotta be able to deal with disruptions and this year and our players have been pretty sure about doing that. Well, we just want to carry on the best we can.
Bruce Boynton, who inspired 1961 Freedom Rides, dies at 83
"Civil rights pioneer Bruce Carver Boynton. He inspired the Freedom rides movement of the early sixties, has died. Authorities arrested Boynton 60 years ago for entering the white part of a racially segregated bus station in Virginia. Boyd and contested his conviction. His appeal resulted in a Supreme Court decision that prohibited bus station segregation. It also helped inspire the landmark freedom rides of 1961. Boynton was 83
Philadelphia COVID-19 Testing Facilities Strained With Cases On The Rise, 7 Additional Deaths
"Say they've tracked more than 1000 cases of covert 19. As of today in Philadelphia, seven more people have died. The city Health Department says Nearly 700 people are being treated in city hospitals. Over 50 of whom are on ventilators. And during a briefing today, the city Health Commissioner, Dr Thomas Farley said access to testing is now a concern. Some of our testing sites were hitting the limits and how many people they contest do what they can. They're moving through the people that they can. It's a higher priority for the testing sites and for the city as a whole to test people have symptoms. The test people who have been exposed to Cove it was the people who are more likely to be positive You want identifies quickly as possible to contain the spread from them. Doctor Farley ads. They're particularly concerned about people in group homes, he says. They're seeing more cases in clusters and nursing homes right now, and that is particularly worrisome to the city Health Department and nursing homes for the week that began November 8th. They were just 84 cases and resident Now they had 52 cases. Both are big increases from the tender of 15 cases per week back in August and September.
"contesting" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Make us and you cost I'm gonna leave it hope it has a lot of time again. But is expected to announce some Cabinet nominees on Tuesday. He's already picked his choice to head up the Treasury. And significantly, that name has not been leaked. Chris Back to Heinrich. Reporting from Wilmington, Jackie. Thank you and joining us now senior Adviser to the Biden transition Team. Kate Bedingfield. Kate Welcome back to Fox News Sunday. X for having me, Chris. Does the president elect have any concerns whether or not the president Trump's effort to overturn the election will succeed and as he reconsidering it all his decision not to go to court. They're one to protect his victory in the election and two to try to force the transition to begin. No, he does not have any concern. I think what we've seen over the course of the last few weeks are these lawsuits. These losses from the Trump campaign and their allies have been laughed out of court after court all across the country. They're getting absolutely no traction we've seen the Republican governor and Republican secretary of state in Georgia this week reaffirmed the recount results there reaffirmed the outcome. That Joe Biden won the state of Georgia. Look, Joe Biden won this election by 80 million votes. He won 306 Electoral college votes, which is the same. The same outcome from 2016 that Donald Trump called a landslide when he won 306 electoral college votes, So no, we have absolutely no concern that this is going to have any outcome on the election itself on Your question about the transition and suing the G s. A. I would say Look, Litigation is not a panacea. It is not going Tol suddenly move things forward. What will move things forward is the G s a administrator signing the piece of paper. The statute says that it is her obligation to ascertain the apparent winner of the election. I don't think there's anybody in the world who would suggest, except maybe the folks around Donald Trump. Joe Biden was not the apparent winner of this election again. He won 306 electoral college votes and 80 million votes for Americans all across the country, so she should ascertain the results of the election so that we can move forward with a seamless transition. Now in his defense President, Trump argues, the Democrats sought to de legitimize his election of from the very start of in pushing Thea idea that there was a Russia collusion, pushing the Mueller investigation even impeaching him. The president says that your side has no right to complain now when he is contesting this election. That is, frankly, Chris, I think that is absurd. And that is an apples and oranges comparison at best. What we're talking about right now. Is Donald Trump actively trying to overturn the will of the American people State by state, and what we're seeing across the board is that courts across the country governors and secretaries of state across the country are rejecting that they're saying the election was fair. It was legitimate. Joe Biden won by handy margin again, a margin that Donald Trump himself called the landslide in 2016 on dear continuing to see Republicans come out and acknowledge this as well, You know, Senator Toomey made a statement yesterday acknowledging Joe Biden is the president elect and encouraging the transition to move forward We've seen even Donald Trump's national security adviser, Robert O'Brien, has said. That the transition should move forward. So I think all across the country Americans about the argument if I may. What about the argument that Democrats were trying to overturn the legitimate election of Donald Trump? Maybe not it so much and contest in the election but the way they acted in a number of fronts with investigations over the four years of his presidency. I don't think that when the president gets elected, that he is no longer held accountable as he moves through his administration. I think that's incredibly different thing. I think of investigations into whether President has behaved appropriately or not, or not our entire an entirely different matter than what Donald Trump is trying to do here, which is to is to actively overturn the will of the American people to subvert the Democratic system to sow doubt. About about the foundations of our democracy. That is a completely different thing, And it's look, it's a PR stunt. It's a sideshow. I think you would only have to look at Rudy Giuliani's press conference a couple of days ago to appreciate that this is not a serious, sophisticated effort. On DMA. Most importantly, it will fail. It has failed. It's continuing to fail because again, Joe Biden overwhelmingly won this election. 360 electoral College votes. The American people voted for Joe Biden to be sworn in on January 20th 2021. He will be Hominy. We understand that it's been announced they president elect is going toe name some Cabinet appointments on Tuesday how many and which funds Well, I have been in this business long enough to know that I am not going to get ahead of President elect Biden and his announcement. But you are right. We will be making our first Cabinet announcements on Tuesday of this week. And, you know, I would say the president elect is very excited about this team, and it looks forward to introducing them to the country. Even tell us a number. How many? I can't. Everyone will have to just turn it on Tuesday and well, it will be made known men. Okay. The President also President elect and we showed it in Jackie's piece met with Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer on Friday, and he talked afterwards about he wants to see a covert relief bill passed by the lame duck Congress in the next couple of weeks. Can't wait till January 20th question. When is he gonna meet with Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell? Well, he's looking forward to doing that, when the time is right, obviously, you know, he and Senator McConnell have had productive working relationship in the past, and he looks forward to meeting with Senator McConnell. When that moment when that moment arrives, But you're absolutely right. He believes that we need to get a relief bill done in the lame duck. People are hurting all over the country, people. Need money in their pockets to make rent. They need money in their pockets to afford groceries. Small businesses need that money. Teachers need that money. Tough decisions about layoffs of firefighters and essential workers are being made all over this country because Congress won't move forward on on a package, so that is a priority for him. That is something that he's going to continue to push in the land Duck. But Kate you can't pass covert relieve without the Senate Majority Leader, hey, is the majority leader in the Senate? Mitch McConnell is the president elect ready to meet with him now another trying to get a sense. Is a president elect Biden, who's holding up the meeting. Or is it Mitch McConnell? We strongly hope that Senator McConnell will come to the table. I think if you look at where the Democrats have been across the entire course of this year, you know Democrats passed Bill back in May on dweeb scene. We've seen obstruction from Republicans. So obviously we're very hopeful that Mitch McConnell will come to the table. It is important people are expecting it..
"contesting" Discussed on WRVA
"The president is contesting the election. And I would urge him to give Intel briefings toe. Joe Biden. Staffers at the Health and Human Services Department have been ordered not to talk to Biden's team and to report any outreach that's been made until the General Services Administration officially determines who won the election. Meanwhile, no one that's for President Trump and his top officials there. Also largely silent ABC is Karen Travers Waiters. Press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany has not held a briefing with reporters in exactly seven weeks. During that time she's joined the president on stage at his campaign rallies, made numerous appearances on Fox News and conservative media outlets. She hasn't taken questions from White House reporters on the cove in 19 pandemic or the election results. President Trump has not taken reporter's questions since his stop in his campaign headquarters on Election Day, 16 days ago. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington You're next news at the bottom of the hour news on demanded news radio WR via com. I'm Dennis Edwards. On which much news, Weather and traffic station news radio 11 40 w. R V A and 96.1 FM. Yeah. I mean, seriously. ABC has a lot of gold to say that kind of stuff. Kayleigh Mcenany was the one behind the podium, talking about the election results and the contest of the election. Legal challenges for the election. When the reporters.
"contesting" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria
"Us move in the direction of survey more integrated, dense web of relationships in Asia that strengthened support for international rules and norms. Then that's great. But I think that we should think of the quiet is a building block and not necessarily solution. One tool among many rush. Let me come over to you. Sure I don't have much to add there. I think the main point I would echo is. Often an indicator of how maybe things are moving with respect to organizing a coalition push back on China service rather than a tool, it's a useful indicator and when quad cooperation is stronger or preceding bit more naturally and with fewer political obstacles at the sign that may the most important countries in the region are increasingly concerned about paycheck and Ryan's point China has long feared the steady creation of countervailing balancing coalition particularly within Asia. But now increasingly globally with your part of it potentially and the question we ask ourselves and I'm not sure we completely get to answer in the series, but there are various hints of the answer in different places. Is. Why is China willing to take this risk? Now why would've spur on this kind of encirclement and I think one answer is that perhaps it doesn't see the risks of as high as it used to, and therefore it's more confident about being able overcome them and other pass West is that this isn't about China's calculation of the international correlation forces but rather series domestic circumstances pushing more nationalist foreign policy with construction just unable to really course correct because there's been so much consolidation. And so much fear about upsetting the person in charge but ultimately, the quads developments these recent developments that we saw are I think quite positive that pays interaction is increasing and it's definitely interesting to think about what India's growing involvement in the quad means for your cooperation going forward. So I'll end here with the plug for our colleague Sunday's paper Tom. Some of the most incisive analysis of the quad and her paper on US India ties is really quite helpful and thinking through how New Delhi navigates the relationship between Washington and Beijing relationship much more complicated. Now after that recent border clash between India and China the resulted in TAT's of roughly twenty Indian soldiers. Lindsey you've also written a lot about this. Thought about about this. Can you share thoughts? You guys are turning the tables on me. I'm supposed to be the one asking the question. Clear. look I think you've both raised really good points Ryan I wholeheartedly agree with the point about the quad I think being one piece of the regional architecture and not a be all and end all solution I, think that's just the reality of how Asian architecture will be in the future. I. Also think that actually this is probably a reality that is increasingly facing on the global stage as well. There are a lot of conversations about say ad ten, which is almost like a global version of the quad. Essentially it's how do we sort of gather the right players to address some of the concerns that countries? Have about China and the challenges I think that there isn't a one size fits all solution to this problem and from a policy standpoint that becomes a lot more complicated because there's no single coalition it's how do you sort of bring like minded countries together on the various different issues where you need to address China policy and how do you come up with coherent policy when you have that many sort of disaggregated groupings and so I think for the US that's one of the key challenges that south there is, how do you work within all these different settings and hopefully make that add up to a coherent If I could just add one quick thing. I commend to all our listeners Lindsay's paper on China's efforts to shave regional architecture because the question we should architecture it isn't just what do we want the quad one, but also what is China going to shape it actively in a direction it favors and these really gets some of China's thinking on region architecture. So highly recommend everyone read it and I would add also that with the question of a detailed that's out there what is trying to response if the Western industrialized world? Starts Grouping some of these kiosks global governments and got a coalitions. What will China do some indication in future research beyond our series is going to be in this question and a lot of Chinese authors suggested that the solution however implausibly I come down to the belt and road or autocratic coalitions, and we do explore some of those things in the series. So I think there's a lot more research to be done, but certainly our series against the start on some of those big picture questions, I will be the next year. Yeah it's a great point rush and thank you for the kind play for my paper I would say that I do think we need to think about China's coalition building efforts of its own i. mean we often think that China is just terrible at building coalitions and AD. They probably are in some respects but it doesn't mean that they won't have successes in some areas and I think in particular that you can see particularly within Asia shift on the Chinese side toward many lateralism that mirrors what the United States is doing and thinking about what that means for U. S. strategy is going to be really important going forward. So let me just turn to one final question for the two of you and I wanted to wrap with a bit of a sort of what's next question and just ask you both. We have an election coming up at some point we will know the outcome about election and weather that is a second term for the trump administration or a new administration under vice president biding, they're going to have to figure out where they want to go in terms of China policy. So let me ask you to what you see as a couple of the most important decision points. Whether. It is president trump or whether it's a President Biden that they need to address right off the Bat on China policy. Freshman I come to you, I. Sure. Well, let me just offer a few quick thoughts and then if I could just suggested areas where we need more research to kind of think through long-term strategy, so I think some of the big. That are going to be important for any future administration whether it's second trump term or Aydin term. Are Basically related to I the military domain. So to what degree should US notary policy prioritized questions relating to deterring China particularly Taiwan scenario where in south, China Sea East China Sea versus other historical goals of US military strategy in the region, which in the past really emphasize questions of privacy. So what does it deterrence strategy look like? What does it mean to compete with? China is symmetrically the military domain and how how can we get our allies and partners in? The region to be a part of that effort in particular, you know we know the rough military capabilities we're GonNa want them to have whether it's the ability to sort of launch long range cruise missile strikes against Chinese vessels or having investments in mine warfare maybe in some cases, more sophisticated allies and partners bigger under C- force. But there's just so much about implementing this vision that's going to be very difficult with the bottom line is deterrence. What does it take beyond? Notary Domain, the economic space. There's so many questions. What does the global economic structure to look like world where China's mercantilist policies really putting other countries industries out of business? How do we sort of cope with that? Is that the WTO process or is it through transnational trade agreements that are more ad hoc is it through even smaller coalitions like the or the ten people recommended in those same questions apply that bilateral relationship to some degree in particular? How do we? Approach decoupling how do we do that? There's a consensus that aspect he coupling needed proceed. How do we manage that process in a way that doesn't undermine or isolate the United States and really that's not an ideological question is it pragmatic question that's going to vary industry by industry in the values competition thirty area. There are a lot of questions as well. We have a very insightful paper and our series by she had which exposure to what degrees China exporting surveillance system. Abroad. As part of a larger effort takes courts model. There's a big debate on that question and I think that debate needs to proceed. But you debate does perceive their implications for democracy as you've read. Lenzi as well that if these.
"contesting" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria
"The demand that is there and building strong linkages between the United States and countries throughout the world particularly nation, which is as rush was pointing out going to be the. Engine of economic growth for the world for the foreseeable future. So I think we can be flexible and creative the way that do this, but the goal needs to be to try to move the United States in the direction of strengthening rather than attaining some of these links whether they be trade investments or people to people links that exist between us over. Rest picking up on something that you talked about as well. You mentioned sort of this debate over China's goals both within the region of East Asia but then globally and how those may be similar how they may be different. So I wanted to follow up with you on that point one, where do you think China's goals and strategy in East? Asia, are different from the ones it may have globally and what again from a US strategy perspective does that suggest to you about how the US might need to think about or adapt its policies going forward Thanks Lenzi and I have a few. Personal thoughts about this, and I think some of them are informed by the papers that we have from our series, which provide so much rich contextual information. How to think about this it does look a lot like both at the regional level and at the global level at what China's contesting ultimately order is contesting us let order whether that's regional. Again, we're global the goals of that conversation or somewhat different at the regional level. There are questions of sovereignty, their questions, territorial disputes, their questions. Transnational. Linkages between some of China's regions and other states whether they'd be in Central Asia or Southeast Asia. There are all kinds of other considerations that are you you almost geographic in nature and global level. The competition is not necessarily over some of those more narrow geographic in security driven considerations there actually over some of the substructure of the International System as he seen, some of the papers includes issues related to currency includes issues related to technology include issues related to what some identified are. APOR series, a competition of systems that is whatever we may perceive China system to be versus liberal democratic capitalism as a potential alternative. It's also going to pertain to you who controls the commanding heights of space, which is so important for those regional contingencies in the security domain, but also for just the functioning of global information flows. So while one arena is primarily, I think a mixture of geographic considerations that have everything to do with security economics and other is much broader, but I'll just. Add one other thing and I think Ryan's point about economics thing. So fundamental to China competition and to China's own ambitions really is important in in our series, we have a number of papers that unpack what that means without means for cards see what that means for financial flows would it means for the belt and road just how developed are China's economic coercive and consensual tools? Each of these areas I think you'll find a lot of interesting commentary and all of that from our offers. Thanks rush. So on the economic front, one of the groups of papers that we had in this series look specifically at technology competition between the US and China obviously, it's in the news right now it's basically been at the top of the news cycle for the last few years. So I wanted to kind of drill down on that for a second 'cause you know we had a variety of papers that looked at things like how do you best protagonist US tech advantages areas like semiconductor technologies how do? You think about access for foreign technology researchers including from China whether they should be able to come to the United States, and how much the US needs to be prioritizing research funding of its own to compete with the massive amounts of funding that China's throwing it research priorities like artificial intelligence. So I wanted to ask you both just to start here. Where do you think the current administration has gotten a right or wrong when it comes to tech policy? Competition Ryan why don't I come to you I? Was Hoping to draft off of Rushmere all offer a few thoughts at rush can build on. Think that the trump administration has helped raise awareness of the risks.
"contesting" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Contesting something about her very own conservatorship and we have the details on that and we're hoping that somebody else is listening on the calling the Bradley show my talk one of seven one five of my talk one of seven one dot com everything entertainment Colleen Lindstrom Bradley trainers campaign okay so what we know so we can get to chat about this yesterday because you were gone but here's the thing Amanda Bynes is actually challenging a piece of her conservatorship that is really fascinations doing it out in the open and that's unique for a number of reasons we can talk about but first let's back up for those who maybe have no idea what an Amanda Bynes and or conservatorship and or the two of them together really means so Amanda Bynes just go fan from nail of Amanda Bynes Amanda Bynes was a child hi Missy use actress who kind of made it really big both in TV shows and in a few movies and then she had a very active presence on Twitter and then at some point we started to kind of watch her go through what we would classify as an event on her Twitter we were very concerned about her for a period of time well actually started almost as it like a source of humor for us we're like crazy sentiment is doing and then very quickly it became evident that some bigger was going good she ended up going through rehab I believe or at least was treated in some way in some medical fashion and then a conservatorship was put out for her was it put in place for her and it's and to your other question what is the conservatorship that's essentially where the court appoints somebody to be in charge of the financial and physical I guess well being of a person yeah and we saw her kind of trying to put her life back together she was going to school at the fashion institute she was making progress toward a degree in that regard and now the latest is that she's made a return to social media and she's engaged yes so we find ourselves with the person that clearly has had trouble in her life has dealt with some serious things appears to be on the up and up again that's just what we see on the outside we don't know what's really going on on the inside what we do know though is that her parents her mother in particular who's in charge of this conservatorship really holds all the keys you know could keep Amanda from getting married can keep Amanda from you know living her life as a fully fledged human being because of that conservatorship which is overseen by a court right that's all so familiar to us because Britney spears spears who has sort of the mother of all conservatorship and who seems to be stricter in the sense that we would not probably see an Instagram a social media post from Britney spears where she was up going rogue and announcing an engagement that wasn't put through the strainer of her conservative so far he seems to have like the legit conservatorship Amanda Bynes has like you know junk yard conservative remember like he just seems like a knock off version and I say that like tongue in cheek but it's because like there doesn't seem to be as much at stake perhaps with Amanda Bynes is for Britney and Britney is a multi million dollar machine right anyway going back to Amanda Bynes we've I've just been fascinated by this in her re emergence on social media as an engaged person we've been seeing these little glimpses of her she's got face tattoos she has you know face jewelry and there's nothing wrong with any of that but like she looks very different than she has to and that's all we can go one so when you see somebody looking radically different and then they're engaged to somebody you've never seen before and they're talking on social media you're like whoo okay last time we were here it was a little uncomfortable but she's actually bringing some receipts to social media by talking about the pieces of or in one particular case we're gonna talk about a piece of her conservatorship that she is challenging and this is something I feel oddly supportive of this huh because it's a very rational thing that she's appealing to the public it may not be the best approach but I don't know maybe she's like I have nowhere else to turn right so she's thirty three years old now by the way and she has already said that she's asked to see the judge overseeing her conservatorship next week over a dispute regarding therapy bills now this all comes down to the therapist that she's been seeing apparently this is a very expensive therapist and she's having to pay like fifty two hundred dollars a month and that's because the therapist is like we can all relate to this outside of network right and she's like she goes in this video that she released quote today want to talk about a controversial topic my conservatorship case I've been going to treatment center the charges fifty two hundred dollars a month there is no reason why should go to a therapist who takes my insurance for five thousand dollars less a month that's why I've asked to see the judge next week regarding this conservatorship issue he goes on the video to Blake thank her fans and followers and like you guys have been there for me thank you so much it seems oddly rasher well here's what I can get with on this is she's getting ahead of the story right because if there were a meeting between Amanda Bynes and the judge in church in charge of her conservatorship on the dock at that leaves the tabloids to fill in the blanks and say maybe it has something to do with this potential marriage etcetera etcetera etcetera which she seems to be doing and to your point kind of rationally is like saying Hey guys like here's what it's actually about whether or not that's true I don't know but it sounds perfectly plausible right again quite relatable yeah right like I am seeing an out of network provider it's costing a lot of money in her case she can't just make the decision to do something differently and so she would have to then in that case goal and see the judge about this yeah so to tell me what I hear is a rational a rational reason for something that the tabloids would likely have grabbing chewed on and told the wrong story about yeah it so here you have a person who's advocating for herself and a healthy way the issue itself is almost irrelevant in so far as this for us as the public like I don't know she really needs to be going to therapist to therapist is just not like the therapist is a personal thing is that some kind of vindictive thing against her mom it almost all of that is sort of irrelevant the judge can figure that out right far as I'm concerned but here you have a person who's thirty three years old has been through a lot at some point is going to have to live her life for her she seems to be like she's not saying you know my mom's out to get me she's had to steal my money you guys I'm trapped help me like no she's saying so I just don't understand why should be paying five thousand dollars extra month when they don't need to be right where whereas I'm like you got Britney spears over their Britney spears is not talking about any of this morning's versus doing weird yoga poses on a front lawn on social media which makes me think Britney spears is not in a place to advocate for herself I'm not saying it because I have an issue with this whole conservatorship thing but just from like a who's doing better standpoint I kind of feel like Amanda Bynes is at least advocating for self in a way that I wish Britney what's what I what I wonder is it Britney would like ME by all accounts we've heard Britney has we've seen her writings they have said that she's got issues with the conservatorship she may have wanted a city couch yeah but because her conservatorship is sold locked down here can't and so I had to another point that I think you're sort of eluding to without explicitly saying at the point when Amanda Bynes is able to rationally argue publicly why this isn't what the structure isn't working for her does she need the structure of the first exactly like why shouldn't she be able to without the help of going to.
"contesting" Discussed on The Jump
"While we're talking about Simmons here stepped into the jumper, right? New Year's resolution for him. I believe there was thirteen fourteen seconds left in the shock. Lock shuttled to Tobias Harris, contesting. You're to obviously. His plays being sarcastic. I am not being circus. Dick, you have to start doing this during the game. I know that his shot is not yet. What he wanted to be? I know that in the first year his rookie year was just sort of like, basically like, hey, let me be comfortable doing the things that I'm comfortable with and get used to playing NBA basketball and it worked he won rookie of the year. But you're gonna start trying. These Ngeze thing is a lot of fans understand this. They'll wanted to work on these do work. Probably making a lot in practice. I had we can Phoenix I saw shot. Twenty three throws footers pull up and who is this guy. I've thought jerem Collins knockdown threes like it was nothing in the middle. Practice in scrimmage in five on five. But there is a last step of translating that pack this core confidence or to real deal. The main. Doing it. Well, you gotta start doing in like like an immediate talking about. He does that probably practice. Yeah. Each one hundred times every day he'd probably before practice takes a hundred jump shots after practice. Six hundred jump shots. Now's a coaching encouraging him during practice take those shots as well. And then like you said it has to translate to gain. But when the lights come on it's different piece in that's everybody. I I mean, I was shaking LA when he would hit ten free throw. And then getting the game in hit Florida teeth and his former great affront his practice foreign practices. Perfect. He getting a game. And he does that little. Thing. So that is like, hey, there's something about the game. And I either freeze up or something changes in my form changes in reverse. Don't have whatever what I'm talking about. Is if you were trying to build something right, and yes, as you said, you do it in practice shots and practice you have to start trying to game. If you were that, you can't just go from out of the Bandbox. I've done it in practice. Now. I'm perfect in the game. Liz has to happen. You have to take shots, and this and be okay with it and keep taking shots, and then you will start making broom this kid has to do this fine. Seven times. To get comfortable and taking them because then the confidence start when you start making a few of them. You know, we know he can get to the basket, you know, he can create team. We know he's a great facilitator, those are things that you are really good at you wanna be a next level player. You better start doing this on a day-to-day basis taking those shots because they'll start falling sooner or later for to play. Too. Good of a player. They're both really low confidence shots, even look at the body language. One of them was up against the shot clock and the other one. Right traps was saying east Leonard dazzled in the rafters victory over the jazz last nice career, high forty five points. Surprised forty five his career hot. Would've been higher. But yeah, you gotta do it. So he did it thirty in the second half ten twelve shooting. But someone was missing from all the fanfare Kyle Lowry before the game. The raptors announcing that Lowry had.
"contesting" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"For office data veteran, see this broken system, and they want to be part of the solution. She runs a group called new politics and believes veterans could change the dysfunctional politics of Washington DC when they heard this country in their formidable years of eighteen to twenty eight, they learned how to work with other people. They learn how to put the country first and they learn to be about something bigger than themselves. And it's that ethos that they bring to their political life. And I think if we had more leaders who were about doing what's best for the country over what's best for themselves, I think it would fundamentally transform our democracy. It's not surprising that Democrats had pinning their hopes on veterans to flip suburban seats like this one in New York and win back the house of representatives. Americans have more confidence in the military than any other US government institution and nearly one third of the democratic candidates running in competitive seats. This November of subbed in the. When I was twelve years old, I knew exactly what I wanted to do when I grow up. The campaign ads from female veterans running for office behind cutting, may away from Kentucky to Pennsylvania. President Trump is running our country aground, and congress contesting five of the target seats Democrats to win from Republicans, Mikey, Charlotte, New Jersey is hyping hut time has come away thought that if we were navy helicopter pilots are federal prosecutors that we were moving forward and we were creating a better world for our children and to see us lose ground, I think was so upsetting to so many women. And if max rose pulls off an upset in New York, it'll be pushing for change at the top of the Ponti, don't expect him to support the aging leadership. In congress. I wanna see an interstate highway act for the twenty first century. I want us to invest in our youth so that people can have the skills to obtain one of these six million middle-class jobs that are open in this country that we cannot fill these traditional democratic policies have massive support here, but we have got to earn people's trust again that we cannot do that. Unless we have new leadership in congress. To find some as evening in Washington DC, and veterans and tourists alike. Watching the marine band performed the military retains the respect of Americans to time of fist partisanship. If Democrats dreams of a Blue Wave materialize in November and they take the house of representatives veterans will be leading the charge..
"contesting" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Nine FM and actually today in Chicago's little village neighborhood has left a five year old girl dead police say oh vehicle pulling into a driveway at, twenty six in Karloff struck and killed the. Driver remained on the scene city and state leaders are weighing ideas that could one. Day mean big changes for people who commute using lake shore drive either in their own cars or on c. buses WBZ, 'em Steve Miller spent looking into this and he's live on, the Newsline from Montrose and the Dr Steve Chris the Chicago department of transportation says the lake shore drive of the. Future could be wider meaning perhaps taking up some park land and it, could have designated bus lanes either an added lane because of that widening or eliminating our current lane for cars, and making that a bike lane people, here? In the park at Montrose aren't really sure what to think we're walking to the bus right now and I know. That it's the one forty six, is going to get on lake shore drive so if it was unimpeded that would be contesting said tough every, every, new change people resist change because nobody knows what's so it happens and. Then you get used to it whatever happens it could take years live at Montrose and lakeshore drive Steve Miller NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM we'd like to know how you feel about making a current. Lane on lakeshore drive a bus or toll lane please call the WBZ 'em sound off opinion line At three one two four zero nine WBZ that's three one two four zero nine nine two to. Six, and we may use your comments tomorrow morning here on WB beyond.
"contesting" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly
"Champions league that's very interesting and that she specific that croatia team he'll be contesting the final lights fancy many quotas but to a man almost all of them plenty of champions experience for your rail madrid's boss lona into event all the top sides that reflects so of course many english players don't have yet let's leave that hanging because who knows what the future might hold hopefully just to back to what you said about the expectations many had about russia now we know there's been degrees of stage management putin and others have made sure that the host cities have been absolutely seemingly free of any kind of protests or disruption or anything like that this is slightly prove that those who were nice about the tournaments maybe were overstating the case i mean plainly a lot of problems politically in domestically and russia remain we comb brush over that for a second but in terms of the tournament you know it's past nipping all the good will we will we wrong to be so downbeat about it prior to the tournament i think we were and i think the people who down beat hadn't looked at the fact that when russia had the winter olympics in such i they staged a remarkable winter olympics you know some cost we should ask some cost but this was putin telling his people forget the world's leading his people russia's back in russia used to be a great country the soviet union broke up and things like that russia's back and also let's not forget the russian football team surprise everyone including themselves and did quite well that was an important factor and what is in interesting is that the spectators have come from far corners of the world i mean in fact normally a world cup the english spectators outnumber every other visiting group i think i think in this case the panamanian and the victorious from other countries outnumbered english so that english probably took on board the dire warnings given and of course we've had our problems with russia in this country so that's not surprising from all the evidence we've had to very few of them have had any complains obviously the funnel slip photo interest a few showers we'll ask you about that in a second but just looking further ahead of see cats next and the tournaments taking place at different time of year than it's ever done before because of the searing temperatures there and so on do you think we could have the same experience could we be sitting here in foreign is time saying wow who knew that the category road cut what v so great i'm still rather skeptical to say the least about that does the experience of russia eighteen change that narrative around catta twenty two release qatar we'll introduce another new element it'll be a world cup in winter where most of the players players now have gone into the world cup after a long season a very tiring season for many of them champions league european football domestic football they would be going into qatar amid winter break as it were i think any level would be different and secondly by the time qatar comes the one factor in the world cup we haven't spoken about is vr novi a are has made a huge difference to this world cup if you see the number of penalties that have been given i mean we are still i think not being very well managed than not more needs to be done but we are certainly affected the t the game i don't think we have had so many penalties given that we are so by the time qatar comes via will be embedded perhaps in football and i think that will make a difference in correcting mistakes sort of mistakes that used to happen in the foster i mean england for instance got quite a few penalties which which again without via aren't they might not have got a and it was interesting on that point in about the the video system referee even just jeering tournament the five weeks or so it seemed to be refined and improved there are a couple of clinches so that i guess boats there anything i would say that is football needs to work at the moment when the video system referees working nothing else to see on the screen except you see a large room with somebody's watching on bank of screens you know and it's not very interesting television to see they need to do something where the.
"contesting" Discussed on WTMA
"Is real estate no matter what ails you buy more real estate and what i'd contest and i'm not even contesting this is just the frigging facts when i sit down with thousands of people i find people who are having the most fun in retirement are not juggling around a real estate empire right they they have real estate company wrong don't me wrong we have a lot of clients who have incredible portfolios and they've got a couple pieces of real estate that provide additional retirement income and on top of their social security and they got investments but it's kind of a catch twenty two building a real estate empire lends itself to a large accumulation of wealth however you gotta get off the bus eventually because what i find is people who are seventy years old and they're maintaining that real estate empire they sit down and visits with me and their phone rings four times and i'm like dude don't you have forty five minutes to yourself can you focus on me for forty five minutes already or do you have to take that phone call from your tenant with the broken toilet right now and i can already hear all the real estate people going so a property manager here's their property manager job here's how it works hi i'm.
"contesting" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Contesting defense but some of it was the cavs just missing they were to fifteen on uncontested shots i mean that's just not who they are in game three they were obviously phenomenal seventeen thirty four they are neither of those teams they are not a twenty five percent shooting team they're not a fifty percent shooting team but that is a struggle that i've been a back and forth lebron would prefer to have the cavs going from the outside so i look for him to give his teammates going early and only take over control if they're not doing it and he's got to do it himself brian windhorst with us or espn nba insider in cleveland for game four tonight up by the way let let's be clever one thing if it can get six players in double figures they're probably find a way to win again yeah that was ridiculous what happened saturday but you wrote a very interesting article for dot com which i read and and basically it said for cleveland it may sound a little too simplistic but when they hit their threes they're going to win when they don't they'll lose and you went on to say it's not that simple but you laid it out pretty clearly that if they can get some of those three balls to roll suddenly their defense picks up everything changes can you explain why that is so significant for this team who has all those defensive lapses at times how important that is for them because they're just fragile trae they're just a fragile team and their their effort level and interest level and execution level ebbs and flows seemingly at the drop of a hat and that drop of the hat is the drop of the three pointer and i it's not a healthy way to play basketball to be so reliant on a three i championship level team defends its its backside off and sticks to its principles and works its processes whether the shot is falling or not and you win a game ninety two eighty nine or you wanna.
"contesting" Discussed on Capital Allocators
"I would look back i hope that when i'm one hundred i can look back and say that i had a very full life well lived that was as diverse as i wanted it to be in that i did not choose knocked to explore some aspect of life or part of the world because i thought that it just wasn't possible couldn't do it i like to see the world is something that everyone can enjoy take advantage of in a good way and then give back a little and liberal a hole and holistic life all right one last question especially for you what is the can't miss show or shows broadway i'm not sure he can say that because they're all our children on broadway since since we're the broadway league how about what show did you see most recently that you thoroughly enjoyed the band's visit is a wonderful show in fact actually i just saw frozen last week and frozen in the band visit of probably going to be the two shows a lot of people talk about the tony awards interestingly you have to shows one that's small and intimate one that's that's a you know big entertain they're both very entertaining but they're very different shows yet you know they're going to both be fighting for the tony awards so a lot of good stuff on broadway this year and as always and lots of different variety for all sorts of different people so that's that's what makes our business model work in this industry contesting chris thanks so much worse.
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"It was completely leash crashing to the blindness contesting pill the half luke the boom one correct listen at the missing agnelli presents is magnificent bad deep enough the the both.
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"The second half of this whole game they couldn't make shots in the agri 100 percent over twelve from 3 and in the end it was get some okay looks at you gotta give group louisville's defense some credit their long are athletic they're really good at contesting and taking away 3point shots but the end of the day to get a victory on the road against a good move will cardinals team you gotta make shots in the in the second half wasn't able to do so zero 3s made was the difference maker here in this ballgame in a tight ballgame video in the end was able to shoot just a little bit better in the second half from distance they might have won the slogan obviously the who your struggling in that department today no question it was a problem but i really think the second half indiana never got into the same offensive rhythm that they had in the first half of this game i would agree i it's tough because louisville's pressure defense takes you out of what you're trying to do their long thereafter let it they play passing lanes they force you to drive to the basket and try to finish over there big paul 7footers that are protecting the rim that that's the scouting for we talked about it indiana having to be able to finish around the rim in the paint was going to be a big deal they got some looks with their bigs but rarely were the guards able to get inside the paint and finish over length and that was the difference maker defensively for louisville they were able to pressure out on the perimeter but then also take away the paint with their bigs in indiana was not able to get when their backcourt any consistency score on the basketball taken 3point shots were outstretched arms and you could tell that in the.
"contesting" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy
"The jumping off of one foot i didn't see that big of a difference where he was really able to get over guys and finish she was still can of playing below the rim getting off the girls ple global ram so that'll be one thing to really look for 'cause if he's able to jump off of one foot and really get up there and really finish above six eleven uh guys contesting him than battery goes from being what a good ground bound point guard to be an actual dynamic score who can be someone who whose agent who's threatening that they're going to cut be much more expensive once they hit restricted free agency actually come through on that yeah that makes a lot of sense i'm really excited to see what he does he this year i'm a big marcus smart fan for many reasons you mentioned you know diving for loose balls that the nasty i think he's a lot of fun to watch and he's one of those guys that um you know when he's on your team you love him and when he's not on your team you aid him because he's going to be a past in just a car so many problems for your team now i want to wrap things up here do to kind of rapid fire thing where i throw some questions out you um last year boston one fitted fifty three games do you see them finishing above that or below that now you know there's going to be adjustment probably because they have so many new fate new player players but uh how how far below where do you see the finishing two games below fifty ones my magic number okay so it is that good enough for first in the east you think or do you think they are behind cleveland abed's will abroad wants nutty through there it's a second arrest nods the other guys i think a point ottawa in.
"contesting" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"On espn radio there was no easy out series of of that if he had some risk the irs six if you're giants with your aghast at just how bad that sees this god's mike in my kid is unreal which is really going to beg the question what are you you're the giants if they have a high pick and there are multiple ford of act with highgrade where do they do view draft wind and key ally for another year or two yes your draft one and say were moving on in try trade ally just hand the lime manning era going to be real interest said because busy me hundred nazis ponting radio it this week on monday night football football showdown and the tightening contesting efc south the indianapolis colts led by the exclusive light hill said the guy and there heading running it demar who murray pierrehenri in life on monday night football goals site monday basic eastern espn oh post podcast points you're talking about this a dinner last night our friends at the wringers doing best his worst case for every team the fs his worst his feel md as a player best case scenario years is dwelling viewed as the best player in the nba's worst cases dwelling these wrangling like i literally think he could be the best player in the nba.
"contesting" Discussed on WEEI
"Gets into trouble is one is automatically going to blame football blamed blame us e t e and it's going to scare every kid away any mother and father whose freaking out about in realizes that now aaron aaron hernandez killed sobotta because he had ct and that's why they're that's was going to call them the runway or the nfl apparently come on infows spokespersons come under the they plan on contesting the aaron hernandez laudable his quote vigorously yeah of warfare they have to have coast it's at so if they do this and we know that virtually every player probably will test positive for ct even when they're done playing the game you'd have every single guy coming in there and saying especially guys that have the shortened career i'm going to come in and say so i'm soon at the league cannot allow this to happen right now the good news for the lic if i'm the lick it can jump to mossy on your side never thought that would happen in this case i'd six one seven seven seven seven 937 we'll get to some stuff with the a football game as well like lombardi will join us at twelve thirty will find doubt if houston has the blueprint to two of mess up that patriots offense all of that coming up and your phone calls next after the final gun sounds for pass and taxes the most detailed and complete post game evaluation begins with a wheel post game show glenn ornery at breaks perilous dissect a play suceed tom to think could done forever with faxon who i will see was we have a full could have been perfect in his kimmel's repairs there was long and they take your phone calls so you can vent of each and every pats game all season law following.