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"culverhouse" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

01:32 min | 9 months ago

"culverhouse" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"A lot of christmas sweaters to tell you. I'm a festive festive guy. I've heard for years. I have it jeff rodgers and in the process. I've also killed like sixty more in the real world their dreams. I've been setting up janitors all across the state. I mean it was my dream but not their dreams. So this is you know we can skip over because we really already talked about it but this is where she takes takes nancy down to the basement and You know he can't catch you now. He's dead because mommy killed him. And i made sure on sexual minorities. 'cause it's mine you understand that and we got so. She calls glen and she's like listen. Glenn you i've got this thing. You gotta come. Does she tell him to come over his her. Yeah culverhouse x. Amount of time that asleep and you're going to have to clock this son of a bitch. He's little johnny depp. Knockout fred fucking krueger dream. Monster okay yeah. I bring him out. You hit on the head and we got the fucker. I love his father just drinking beer staring at her wish. Dude it rules do that guy. I don't know what's going on. Something tells me not the first time that man is stared at that girl's bedroom girlish no good. Just no good sharpening. It's.

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"culverhouse" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"culverhouse" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"We have Jeff Culverhouse out of Dallas Texas Japanese wife of accumulated three or four apartment complexes as a passive I think one of those sold off and they also decided become leads in there are lead investors themselves which we'll get to in a moment we just finished discussing them coming to the two day finding us through friends now we'll talk about when you came out of the two day Jeff let's talk about the plan and what did you in the wife plan and how did you execute that plan our plan was the you know to get into this this first bill and set the kennel learn you know real estate I guess that we we we have not really done much with rules that other than here and what our friends at dawn and so we are our goal is to to get into the first deal and then after that pretty near to we wanted to be into two deals you know possibly so you know we started doing our networking and luckily for us we yeah we we can have it easier in that respect because you know I've got several friends that were now lead investors and thought you know I had kind of an inside track there and you know without that I I wouldn't be able to be where I am now you know so really it was just a first attacking the passive bills we knew that one at some point what I did I wanted to be a lead at some point just from looking at the numbers you know the there's just so much more chance to retire yourself if you can become a lead and my wife on the other hand was you know she was not so sure about that and it took some some coaxing but eventually we both came around to the it it's interesting and fun I go through it myself with my wife it's just the the dynamics of two people any two people trying to come to a conclusion together is always interesting and I guess it's really luckily for lucky for those of us who have married the right person that we can formulate an agreeable position between the two of us some people out there like I said I've met people that dying to get into doing something in their spouse wouldn't let him do it you know so that's great when you guys came out you had you had it it is a true advantage to be having a deal and a person you wanted to go into the deal I would suggest for people listening though that most people come here able to get into a deal within three or four months and then they can get into many is the one after that because once you get on everybody's list there's deals coming through my email every single day would turn into down left right left and right because we just can't keep up with the volume so I don't think that's really from you will run into Jeff but yeah yeah he was a definite benefit in that the advantage is that it was a friend this so you didn't have to fear you knew the person yet so that's a good that's good moving on from there though you wanna do deals with other people the word French right actually all of the bills we are are in our our our friends of ours so my gosh that's amazing I didn't know that part of the story so what's it called when you only you in a little snobby group together what yeah we actually do have name for our group while a little click within the group that's funny that is funny they had those there and use a couple different groups were they bought like five or ten apartment complexes within a mile to each other so they call themselves you know things like that the Galveston look pigs or something like that it's called Clearlake pigs to whatever the move along but I get such weapon now and let's talk about you coming to the conclusion somewhere along the line that you wanted to be a lead let's work into that from how would build up to that in them what snap made you make that decision to go ahead sure that's that's a pretty good one way that you know get out looking at the numbers the almost spreads the kind of guy I like to to to make the numbers work basically it's they make me feel better to have the calculations and just going over the numbers it's like yeah I can I can do this passively and you know it and that that works but if you want to be more aggressive and do it it's it's gonna have to be you know push more price so what I did was you know was looking in and out I wanted to be lead and and we went along you know they can okay maybe next year maybe next year maybe next year well then I worked my **** off in twenty eighteen for the company I work for I mean out of put in long hours to the a a bunch of install stuff and and you know just just was doing a bunch for the company and then they were gone when we go to get my raises it was a it was just not what I expected it was not near as good as what I felt I put in and so you know that was a light switch for me I was like you know I'm a number here I I can I can keep I can bust my **** and and work really hard and just get a really small raise that wasn't even up to you know it's all security got this year and so at the moment I decided to jump and defect I after I got mine paper for my raise I went in and taxes my good friend and said okay I'm ready because he's been sending me stuff you need to jump you know and and that's kind of the last name burger jump crew he got me to jump and and as I say this that's it the rest is history while so the process you decided it was time let's walk us through here we still got two minutes left walk us through the process you had to go tell your your mentor and sign up for to walk through the steps you went through yes the first but you know I was talking to a friend he's these help me tell me what I need to do so I don't go to initiate the contact with a mentor you know and well I'm talking to you mortgage brokers on on talking to real estate attorneys and trying to get my team in place behind me and so it it it again it really helps to have people that are already doing this on your side so it we got all that stuff lined up and and you know got you know how much about what we were one to look for we want to look for like a four unit or less property and one talk to you the mentors and and you know got blessed often became expiring lead and it is it all happened really fast because it you were looking at a property that was you know thank you eighteen twenty units some somewhere around there and that you know that it just didn't happen but then we were at a but some old capital is now and started talking to you some some brokers there and they they were talking about small market deals and never gave me any names but that that's our started digging around in the area and found the property and we ended up some mineral while not then you know I think I was an expiry and an aspiring lead for a couple months only and then you know that prop this property happened while also that's quick you moved in right away got it done now one thing I want to make one point I want to make clear to everybody out there been I didn't realize this was going to happen but I'm feeling it to me so if I'm feeling probably everybody else out there stealing it you have all these friends there in there okay so we might be leading people to believe you because you had friends had people talking to you what I want everybody out there to understand is if you're brand new person in you start going through the networking the we have set up you're going to meet these people in any time very quickly they're all going to be helping you just like they're helping job for take a short break be right back.

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"culverhouse" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"culverhouse" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Until dell we have Jeff Culverhouse out of Dallas Texas Japanese wife of accumulated three or four apartment complexes as a passive I think one of those sold off and they also decided become leads in there are lead investors themselves which we'll get to in a moment we just finished discussing them coming to the two day finding us through friends now we'll talk about when you came out of the two day Jeff let's talk about the plan and what did you in the wife plan and how did you execute that plan our plan was the you know to get into this this first still and set the kennel learn you know real estate I guess that we we we had not really done much with rules that other room here and what our friends at dawn and so we are our goal is to to get into the first deal and then after that pretty near to we wanted to be into two deals you know possibly so you know we started doing our networking and luckily for us we yeah we we can have it easier in that respect because you know I've got several friends that were now lead investors and thought you know I had kind of an inside track there and you know without that I I wouldn't be able to be where I am now you know so really it was just a first attacking the passive bills we knew that one at some point what I did I wanted to be a lead at some point just from looking at the numbers you know the there's just so much more chance to retire yourself if you can become a lead and my wife on the other hand was you know she was not so sure about that and it took some some coaxing but eventually we both came around to the it it's interesting and fun I go through it myself with my wife it's just the the dynamics of two people any two people trying to come to a conclusion together is always interesting and I guess it's really luckily for lucky for those of us who have married the right person that we can formulate an agreeable position between the two of us some people out there like I said I've met people that dying to get into doing something in their spouse wouldn't let him do it you know so that's great when you guys came out you had you had it it is a true advantage to be having a deal and a person you wanted to go into the deal I would suggest for people listening though that most people come here able to get into a deal within three or four months and then they can get into many is the one after that because once you get on everybody's list there's deals coming through my email every single day it would turn into down left right left and right because we just can't keep up with the volume so I don't think that's really from you will run into Jeff but yeah yeah he was definite deaf in it the advantage is that it was a friend this so you didn't have to fear you knew the person yet so that's a good that's good moving on from there though you wanna do deals with other people the word French right actually all of the bills we are are in our our our friends of ours so my gosh that's amazing I didn't know that part of the story so what's it called when you only you in a little snobby group together what yeah we actually do have name for our group while a little click within the group that's funny that is why they had those there and use a couple different groups were they bought like five or ten apartment complexes within a mile to each other so they call themselves you know things like that the Galveston look pigs or something like that it's called Clearlake pigs to whatever the move along but I guess size weapon now and let's talk about you coming to the conclusion somewhere along the line that you wanted to be a lead let's work into that from how would build up to that and then what snap made you make that decision to go ahead sure that's that's a pretty good one way you know out looking at the numbers he almost spreads the kind of guy I like to to to make the numbers work basically it's they make me feel better to have the calculations and just going over the numbers it's like yeah I can I can do this passively and you know it and that that works but if you want to be more aggressive and do it it's it's gonna have to be you know push more price so what I did was you know was looking at it now if I wanted to be lead and and we went along you know they can okay maybe next year maybe next year maybe next year well then I worked my **** off in twenty eighteen for the company I work for I mean out of put in long hours to the a a bunch of install stuff and and you know just just I was doing a bunch for the company and then or we go when we go to get my raises it was a it was just not what I expected it was not near as good as what I felt I put down and so you know that was a light switch for me I was like you know but I'm a number here I I can I can keep I can bust my **** and and work really hard and just get a really small raise that wasn't even up to you know it's all security got this year and so at the moment I decided to jump and the fact I after I got mine paper for my raise I went in and Texas my good friend and said okay I'm ready because he's been sent me stuff you need to jump you know and and that's kind of the last name burger jump crew is he got me to jump and and as I say this that's it the rest is history while so the process you decided it was time let's walk us through here we still got two minutes left walk us through the process you had to go tell your your mentor and sign up for took a walk through the steps you went through okay so first but you know I was talking to a friend he's these help me tell me what I need a second go to initiate the contact with the mentor you know in parallel I'm talking to you mortgage brokers on on talking to real estate attorneys and trying to get my team in place behind me and so it it it again it really helps to have people that are already doing this on your side so it we got all that stuff lined up and and you know got you know how much about what we were one to look for we want to look for like a four unit or less property and one talk to you the mentors and and you know got blessed often became aspiring lead and it is it all happened really fast because it you were looking at a property that was you know thank you eighteen twenty units some somewhere around there and that you know that it just didn't happen but then we were at a but some old capital is now and started talking to you some some brokers there and they they were talking about small market deals and never gave me any names but that that's our started digging around in the area and found the property and we ended up some mineral while Matt within you know a it doesn't expiring at an aspiring lead for a couple months only and then you know that prop this property happened while also that's quickly moved in right away got it done now one thing I want to make one point I want to make clear to everybody out there been I didn't realize this was going to happen but I'm feeling it to me so if I'm feeling probably everybody else out there stealing it you have all these friends there in there okay so we might be leading people to believe you because you had friends had people talking to you what I want everybody out there to understand is if you're brand new person in you start going through the networking the we have set up you're going to meet these people in any time very quickly they're all going.

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"culverhouse" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

08:44 min | 2 years ago

"culverhouse" Discussed on WDRC

"I think that people should live by their principles. I certainly try to live by my principals every single day. And I tell you on the air if I decide to violate one of those principles, I better have a pretty good reason for doing so, but one school has decided to return the largest donation the school ever received because they're standing by their principles which, as I said, is something I admire specially a lot of people live by their principles until it costs them some money or it takes away something. They really want to have thought I'd bring on Rachel Bavard, whose political director for the conservative partnership institute, Rachel. It's good to have you back. The university of Alabama announced this is just a about a month ago about few weeks ago announced its plan to return to return a twenty six and a half million dollar donation from the largest single donor in university history. The announcement came just hours after the donor Hugh Culverhouse junior called for students to boycott the university. In response to Alabama's recent ban on abortion Culverhouse claims, the university returned his donation because of his statements on abortion university says no, no, no. That wasn't. The reason they insist their decisions based solely on Culverhouse's attempts to control the administration. He then went on to publish an op Ed about a week ago in the Washington Post attributing the university's decision to his stance on abortion, Rachel, if donor is going to comment on a major public policy issue, than, than we're going to turn the money back and tell him we don't want this. Money for our school. Let's be clear did more than just comment here. He actively promoted telling the students to boycott the school because of Alabama's recent recent abortion that pretty significant position for him to take. And it was a pretty significant provisions for the school to take to say, no here, you can have your twenty six million dollars back, by the way, which was the largest nation the school had ever received. So this talk about principle. That's exactly what university of Alabama did here, and they pretty much sent shockwaves through the community doing a lot of people stood up applauded for it. Well, and in fact, I'm wondering how Culverhouse even ties together the university and decision made by state lawmakers in that state who at least in principle are speaking of principles in principle. They are the representatives of all the people in that state not just the people at the university. So why is it that, that I mean he, he has his own right to his point of view on? Abortion and the Alabama legislature has a right as a state to, to take a position on abortion from a legal standpoint. But why, why is that decision by the state of Alabama being tied to the university of Alabama, which is just an it's a state funded or state owned educational institution, but does it have to take responsibility for what the legislature does? In his mind, apparently the university did not come out and protested decision loudly enough. He really wanted the university to take position opposed to the state legislature had done. They refused to do that. And then he made his displeasure known by saying, okay, you need to boycott, the state, and everyone who does not come out and opposed as loudly enough. He wanted an outrage mob, any didn't get it. And there, he organized or attempted to organize the boycott of the institutions that, hey, we can't, this is directly, contrary to what we believe. So here's your money back. Stop bothering us new funny because Rachel I happen to be on the side of the state of Alabama. I believe that the law that they passed absolutely appropriate. And I thought that was completely in keeping with the principles of very conservative state. Like, Alabama, I applaud them for making the decision the state certainly had a right to change the law, and Mr. Culverhouse can object. But when he says that he thinks that because he's given. A big donation to the university of Alabama that he has a right to then use them as some kind of political sounding board. I think he's completely wrong. But it does show the extent to which the pro-abortion crowd will go. He was literally willing to, to demand that the university be boycotted by students because of the decision made by the state legislature. And I don't think it would probably an easy decision for them to say this money back. But that is ultimately, what they decided they said, look, we have to right to make our own choices, visits extreme of the position that taking, as you said against the physician of representatives in the state of Alabama. So we've seen this across the country as more and more. Abortion bans are being passed, you're seeing corporate America. You're seeing a lot of people come out and say, hey, boycott, the states, you saw number of Hollywood celebrities. They will not be doing business anymore, Georgia because of the Georgia abortion ban. So, and I gotta tell you Rachel. That's the one I find kind of find funny, people listen to my show now that my wife and I both watched the entire series of game of thrones. Right. There's a young lady on there. I think she played. Yes. She played sunset stark. I can't recall her name right off. And but this young lady announced, I will no longer shoot movies if a company decides shoot movies in Georgia, and I thought hold on, you just spent eight years shooting, a series, that was shot largely in, in Northern Ireland, are you aware of Northern Ireland Ireland's position on abortion? And until there have been some changes recently, but Northern Ireland for a longtime abortion was absolutely illegal and apparently sons stark had no problem being an actress in Northern Ireland. But now has a problem when part of America makes the same kind of decision the Northern Ireland held to for so long. It's it. These folks are really showing their hypocrisy. Selling their ignorance you saw Mark Hamill, and Natalie Portman both of whom film, the Star Wars movies in Tunisia. Say the same thing about Georgia apparently unaware that in Tunisia. Illegal to be gay, you get toned in thrown in jail for being gay. So why are they okay filming a movie there, but they can't film here in the United States because of an abortion ban in Georgia. So ignorance at a level of hypocrisy that I think is shameful, honestly for them. But it's now part for the courses virtue signaling is expected from people on the left from the Hollywood elites, and from people with money like Culverhouse. So it's an unfortunate thing we're seeing thing in a lot across the country. And by the way, Rachel Culver house is Georgia reser, Alabama resident is not has been for longtime. Correct. But, but his he unaware of the politics of his state, he lives in by choice. Obviously, if he's got money like that he could move anywhere in the world, he wants to move, but he chooses to live in Alabama, knowing that it's a very conservative state, and then he surprised by the fact that the Alabama legislature with the changes in the supreme court says now's the time to take a stand for life. And he somehow surprised that the state of Alabama is taken that position problem with this type of virtue, signaling, it has no respect for the will of the people has no respect for Representative democracy. It just cannot abide people who disagree with them, and therefore anyone who disagrees is in the evil and not entitled to that opinion. So that seems to be where he Culverhouse come down on this question. You know, I guess I if I've been the university, I think I would have made a different decision said, we've got your money, you may disagree with us on principle, but we you've already given the donation we're going to hang. Hang onto it, because giving it up hurts the students and handing it back does not change anything and you can run around, writing op-eds. So the Washington Post all you want. You can run around suggesting that students boycott the university. We don't think they're going to we think they like going to the university owned, by the way, they'll be I mean, I think it's Rachel I get people who occasionally say, LARs, why does your show sometimes have commercials on it from liberal groups, and I said, because their money's just as green as anybody else. And if liberals are willing to run liberal commercials, political commercials on a show that espouses conservative principles. I think I feel like I've, I've just had Christmas in June because because you don't often get the liberals to support you on your conservative positions. But if they're willing to put their money out there to support a conservative show. I say God bless them in their ignorance. You know, I think university of Alabama, I did not want to be by carbon by Culverhouse Rachel Bavard is.

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"culverhouse" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

11:12 min | 2 years ago

"culverhouse" Discussed on KCRW

"News. I'm Mary Louise Kelley and Audie Cornish today, the House Judiciary committee began hearings on lessons from special counsel, Robert Muller's report on Russia's election. Interference also today judiciary chairman, Jerry Nadler announced a breakthrough in talks with the Justice department to hand over evidence Muller used to draw his conclusions NPR. Congressional correspondent Susan Davis joins us now on the latest from Capitol Hill, and to let's start with that agreement reached between. In the judiciary committee, end DOJ. What are the terms? So in a statement judiciary chairman Jerry Nadler, said that DOJ agreed to turn over in his words key evidence that was used in its investigation over whether or not President Trump obstructed Justice. We don't know explicitly what this evidence is. It's always important. Remember that Muller did not draw a conclusion on whether or not the president obstructed Justice in the report made a point to say the president was not exonerated on this front and kind of turned it over to congress for their oversight capabilities. Now, they're said this evidence should start coming over as early as today. He said every member on the panel will be able to view it, and it will continue to be part of their ongoing investigation. If there is a deal will Democrats call off that vote tomorrow to hold attorney general bar in civil contempt. No, it's still on. It's really important to make a distinction here, though. So the did you did did back in may the committee is they did vote to hold bar in contempt of congress. That is not what's going to be coming to the floor tomorrow. What Democrats are bringing? The floor tomorrow, essentially authorizes, the judiciary committee to fight the attorney general and other people administration in civil court to enforce their subpoenas. It's a type of civil contempt now they're says if bar DOJ complies with this request that you're not going to have to take that route, but they're not gonna take the pressure off. The resolution also applies to former White House counsel, Don Mcgann and testimony and documents. They're seeking from him. I also think it's important to see this view. This vote happening tomorrow is, you know, a bit about politics. Democrats are still pretty divided over whether to move for four forward formerly with an impeachment inquiry. It does give Democrats chance to go on the record and say they are doing something to hold this administration accountable is not legally necessary in order to fight it in the courts. But it does give them a little bit of in the meantime, the judiciary committee launched its oversight investigation into Robert Muller's report. Then we turn on C span, and basically, we see the former Nixon. White House counsel John dean. I mean he was a key witness in the Watergate scandal, testifying. So why did they call them, you know, they're clearly trying to draw a parallel here between Nixon what Nixon was to Watergate Democrats are saying Muller could be to President Trump? Dean did invoke Watergate and saying that the mullahs report could be seen as a quote roadmap for impeachment. This is a term that was used for a secret report that was written by. Watergate prosecutor Lee war ski, who provided a report to the House Judiciary committee that kind of said, here's the case. Now, you go, make it the top Republican on the committee, Doug Collins, he's a Republican from Georgia kind of made the point about the this panel of hearings is so what? Right, none of the witnesses at the hearing today were involved in the Muller investigation. There was also a couple of former federal prosecutors that testified, there were not substantial. Quickness witnesses in the investigation into either the interference or the administration. It wasn't that dissimilar Colin said to listening to people on a cable news panel talk about what they think should happen. We should note that dean is often seen on. On cable news talking about this very matter. But it does it is also serves as a reminder that Democrats have had a hard time getting people in the Trump administration to come up and testify about the Miller report. They really struck out so far. So this is in some way seen as the best they could do as a starting point. Now they're says he's still confident. Bob Muller is going to come up and testify before the committee in public. Even though Muller has said he does not want to do that, Jerry Nadler has not ruled out using a subpoena, if he won't, but he still says he's not willing to go there, just yet. That's NPR. Congressional correspondent Susan Davis. Thank you. You're welcome. The biggest donor in the history of the university of Alabama says the school is choosing, quote zealotry over the wellbeing of its students. The donor is Florida businessman Hugh Culverhouse last year. He pledged twenty six and a half million dollars to the university on Friday. The board of trustees voted to give it back all the money. He's given so far and to remove his name from its law school. The reason his objections to Alabama's controversial new law banning nearly all abortions in the state. At least that is the reason according to Culverhouse, the university, says it was Culverhouse's desire to influence hiring firing, and admissions on campus. And the university has released emails showing the return of Culverhouse's gift was under consideration days before he waited on abortion, Culverhouse wrote about all this in an op Ed published by the Washington Post, and he spoke with us. Today about it. I asked him, why thinks the decision was tied to his stance on abortion. I the time second that time, third, the timing and the timing as you see it was, what of the time, it was a matter of hours, my press release came out and with a short period of time. The chancellor statement came now in which he said he was returning the money and he said the day before they had decided to return the money. I don't believe that I believe it say decided to return money. They would have returned it before. I just want to make sure I understand. So you're saying you made public remarks laying out how clearly you disagree with the Alabama state law on abortion, and that after that the university said, here's all your money. Take it back. Thanks. Thanks cora. So reconcile that with this Email that I'm. Looking at I'm looking at a copy of an E-mail dated Saturday, may twenty fifth it's from you to the president of the university of Alabama. Stuart bell subject line return of ten million dollars paid in advance. You're, you're asking for money back. This, this was an Email dated five days before your public remarks on abortion. Yes. Can I explain it, please? Okay. The ten million dollars was money. I had paid in advance of this schedule. It was not asking to be paid back. Twenty one and a half it was my statement said, you have not spent any money at a twenty one and a half million dollars some of the money being there for twenty months if you're going to sit there and not do scholarships and professorships then return, the ten million, I advanced, and I'll pay it back to you over at the schedule, I suppose the broader point being without getting deep into the weeds of what check was dated win there appears to be a paper trail, documenting disagreement and rancor that predates, your public remarks on abortion. Well, the issue I had the big issue was felt class. Sizes are too small. They were denying to Alabama students access. But at some point the denegrate increase the starting class, eight percent that result mom, major issue, it sounds as though you believe that with your money with your gift should come some say into how the law school is run. Sure. If you looked at my speech when it was announced, I clearly stated I intend to be in mentally involved. I'm not giving the money that my name on a building. None, not the money I've ever given as way I don't give her buildings. I'm sure it's crossed your mind, Mr. Culverhouse that the, the losers here are going to be the current and future students of the university of Alabama. Say it Ma whole goal is to create a middle class, because we are loose in the middle. Class is becoming the upper lower class. I'm fortunate my dad worked dioramas. We weren't born into money, but we worked our way into it. Everybody should have that same chance that I did. He did. Hugh Culverhouse the Florida real estate investor who gave twenty six and a half million to the university of Alabama talking with us. There about schools decision to give it back, Mr. Culverhouse. Thank you. Thank you very much. For more on this. We turn to NPR's, Debbie Elliott in orange beach Alabama hijab. Hello, hello. So two points, one for the sake of disclosure. I should mention you are a university of Alabama grad second. What does the university have to say about covert houses allegations of retaliation? Well the university's position is that Culverhouse is somehow trying to rewrite history by injecting, quote, one of society's most emotional divisive issues in quote, what was the abortion law into what was really a dispute over his attempts to influence academic policy? And, you know, Culverhouse has been getting a lot of national press since he called on students to boycotting. Diversity on may twenty ninth that was two weeks after the governor signed that abortion man into law. And now as you noted before the interview with, with Culverhouse we know from Email records released by the school that covers house himself had I asked for some of that donation back. Well before that. Right. And you've looked at all that Email evidence that I was coming today as well. What left out you. Well, I think the fact that days before Culverhouse called for the boycott. There was this E mail traffic that the chancellor and attorneys had decided to return his donation and take his name off of the law school. Now that Email chain also included, some of Culverhouse's missives to school officials. He was trying to have a say in who was hired for a constitutional law professorship named for him. And he belittled, the dean of the law school as in several emails, I'm going to, quote, one of them, he said that this dean, quote would always be a small town insecure, dean, and the outside. World. Frightens him. Now I spoke with a law. Professor who says, faculty, the Alabama law school had concerns about Culverhouse's efforts long before this dispute that his efforts to intervene, and academic policy date back, as far as February, this professor, also questioned why the university of Alabama should take the blame for a law passed by state lawmakers when several professors at the law school had spoken out against the abortion ban. So I think the broader question here is how much control does a mega donor deserve were indeed and two very different and conflicting views on, that, it sounds like playing out there in Alabama NPR's,.

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"culverhouse" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

13:05 min | 2 years ago

"culverhouse" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Flyers been extinguished. There was some amount of fuel league which we mitigating Morgan Aries works on the fourteenth floor of the Bill. Building and says it took him about ten minutes to evacuate took some time, only because there was stops and goes stops and goes, if it was free flowing whole time, it would it took less time to get out, governor. Andrew Cuomo says it was likely not an act of terrorism, but the pilot was within the no fly zone and the FAA has declared that to be around Trump Tower wants the president took office in two thousand seventeen seventh avenue remains closed between fiftieth and fifty seconds street. And the investigation is ongoing trans activists are rallying outside. The criminal court building today after a transgender woman died on Rikers island last week New York City's department of corrections saying, twenty-seven year old Laline Polanco was found unconscious in her cell Friday afternoon. She was pronounced dead about an hour later. A spokesperson for the DOT says they found no evidence of foul play. Palanca was arrested in mid April on misdemeanor, assault and drug possession charges and investigation. Is ongoing. And the filmmaker Camille Bill of says died Billups best known for documenting her complex relationship with her daughter, Krista Victoria, who she gave up for adoption when Krista was four Phillips died in Manhattan on June first. She was eighty five years, old, it, sixty four degrees at five oh, six. Support for NPR comes from tirerack for the past forty years, tirerack has remained committed to helping people find the right tires wheels and performance parts. Learn more at tirerack dot com, helping drivers find deliver, and install this is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Mary Louise Kelley. And I'm Audie Cornish today, the House Judiciary committee began hearings on lessons from special counsel, Robert Muller's report on Russia's election. Interference also today judiciary chairman, Jerry Nadler announced a breakthrough in talks with the Justice department to hand over evidence Muller used to draw his conclusions NPR. Congressional correspondent Susan Davis joins us now on the latest from Capitol Hill and. Let's start with that agreement reached between the judiciary committee, end DOJ. What are the terms? So in a statement judiciary chairman Jerry Nadler, said that DOJ agreed to turn over in his words key evidence that was used in its investigation over whether or not President Trump obstructed Justice. We don't know explicitly what this evidence is. It's always important to remember that Muller, did not draw a conclusion on whether or not the president of structed Justice in the report made a point to say the president was not exonerated on this front and kind of turned it over to congress for their oversight capabilities, now there's said, this evidence, should start coming over as early as today. He said every member on the panel will be able to view it, and it will continue to be part of their ongoing investigation. If there is a deal will Democrats call off that vote tomorrow to hold attorney general bar in civil contempt. No, it's still on. It's really important to make a distinction here, though. So the judiciary did back in may the committee is they did vote to hold bar in contempt of congress. That is not what's going to be coming to the floor tomorrow. Oh, would Democrats are bringing to the floor tomorrow, essentially authorizes, the judiciary committee to fight the attorney general and other people administration in civil court to enforce their subpoenas? It's a type of civil contempt now they're says if bar and DOJ complies with this request that you're not going to have to take that route, but they're not gonna take the pressure off. The resolution also applies to former White House counsel, Don Mcgann and testimony and documents. They're seeking from him. I also think it's important to see this view. This vote happening tomorrow is, you know, a bit about politics. Democrats are still pretty divided over whether to move four four four word formerly with an impeachment inquiry. It does give Democrats chance to go on the record and say they are doing something to hold this administration. Accountable is not legally necessary in order to fight it in the courts. But it does give them a little bit. In the meantime, the judiciary committee launched its oversight investigation into Robert Muller's report, then we turn on C span and. Basically, we see the former Nixon White House counsel, John dean. I mean he was a key witness in the Watergate scandal, testifying. So why did they call him? You know, they're clearly trying to draw a parallel here between Nixon what Nixon was to Watergate Democrats are saying Muller could be to President Trump. Dean did invoke Watergate and saying that the mullahs report could be seen as a quote roadmap for impeachment. This is a term that was used for a secret report that was written by Watergate prosecutor Lee under war ski, who provided a report to the House Judiciary committee, that kind of said, here's the case. Now, you go, make it the top Republican on the committee, Doug Collins, he's a Republican from Georgia kind of made the point about the this panel of hearings is so what right. Like none of the witnesses at the hearing today were involved in the Miller investigation. There was also a couple of former federal prosecutors that testified, there were not substantial. Quickness witnesses in the investigation into either the interference or the administration. It wasn't that dissimilar Collins said to listening to people on a cable news panel talk about what they think should happen. We should note, the dean is off syncing on cable news talking about this very matter. But it does it is also serves as a reminder that Democrats have had a hard time getting people in the Trump administration to come up and testify about the Miller report. They really struck out so far. So this is in some ways seen as the best they could do as a starting point. Now they're says he's still confident. Bob Muller is gonna come up and testify before the committee in public. Even though Muller has said he does not want to do that, Jerry Nadler has not ruled out using a subpoena, if he won't, but he still says he's not willing to go there, just yet. That's NPR. Congressional correspondent Susan Davis. Thank you. You're welcome. The biggest donor in the history of the university of Alabama says the school is choosing, quote zealotry over the wellbeing of its students. The donor is Florida businessman Hugh Culverhouse last year. He pledged twenty six and a half million dollars to the university on Friday. The board of trustees voted to give it back all the money. He's given so far and to remove his name from its law school. The reason his objections to Alabama's controversial new law banning nearly all abortions in the state, at least that is the reason according to covert house. The university says it was Culverhouse's desire to influence hiring firing at admissions on campus. And the university has released emails showing the return of covert houses gift was under consideration days before he waited on abortion, Culverhouse wrote about all this, in an op-ed published by the Washington Post, and he spoke with us today about it. I asked him, why thinks the decision was tied to history. On abortion. I the time second time third. The timing and the timing as you see it was what all the time. It was a matter of hours, my press. Release came out, and with a short period of time the chancellor statement came out, and which he said, he was returning the money and he said the day before they had decided to return the money. I don't believe that I believe it say it decided to return money. They would have returned it before. I just wanna make sure I understand. So you're saying you made public remarks laying out how clearly you disagree with the Alabama state law on abortion, and that after that the university said, here's all your money. Take it back. Thanks. Thanks cora. So reconcile that with this Email that I'm looking at, I'm looking at a copy of an Email dated Saturday, may twenty fifth it's from you to the president of the university of Alabama Stewart bell subject line return of ten million dollars paid in advance. You're, you're asking for money back. This. This was an Email dated five days before your public remarks on abortion. Yes. Can I explain that please? Okay. Ten million dollars was money. I had paid in advance of the schedule. It was not asking to be paid back. Twenty one and a half. It was my statement that you have not spent any money at twenty one and a half million dollars some of the money being there for twenty months if you're going to sit there and not do scholarships and professorships then return the ten million advanced and I'll pay it back to you over the schedule. I suppose the broader point being without getting deep into the weeds of what check was dated win there appears to be a paper trail, documenting disagreement and rancor that predates, your public remarks on abortion. Well, the issue I had the big issue was I've felt class. Sizes. We're too small. They were denying to Alabama students access. But at some point the denegrate increase the starting class, eight percent that result, major issue. It sounds as though you believe that with your money with your gift should come some say into how the law school is run, sure. You look at my speech when it was announced a clearly stated I intend to be in mentally and ball. I'm not giving the money that my name on a building, none of the money I've ever given as way. I don't give for buildings. I'm sure it's crossed your mind, Mr. Culverhouse that the, the losers here are going to be the current and future students of the university of Alabama. In say it, my whole goal is to create a middle class, because we are losing the middle class is becoming the upper lower class. I'm fortunate my dad worked dioramas. We weren't born into money, but we worked our way into. Everybody should have that same chance that I did. He did. Hugh Culverhouse the Florida real estate investor who gave twenty six and a half million to the university of Alabama talking with us. There about schools decision to give it back, Mr. Culverhouse. Thank you. Thank you very much. For more on this. We turn to NPR's, Debbie Elliott in orange beach Alabama. Hi, deb. Hello, hello. So two points, one for the sake of disclosure. I should mention you are a university of Alabama grad true second. What does the university have to say about covert houses allegations of retaliation? Well the university's position is that Culverhouse is somehow trying to rewrite history by injecting, quote, one of society's most emotional divisive issues in quote into what was the abortion law into what was really a dispute over his attempts to influence academic policy? And, you know, Culverhouse has been getting a lot of national press since he called on students to boycott. University on may twenty ninth that was two weeks after the governor signed that abortion man into law. And now as you noted before the interview with, with Culverhouse we know from E mail records released by the school that covers house himself had I asked for some of that donation back. Well before that. Right. And you've looked at all that Email evidence that I was coming through today as well. What left out you. Well, I think the fact that days before Culverhouse called for the boycott. There was this E mail traffic that the chancellor and attorneys had decided to return his donation and take his name off of the law school. Now that Email chain also included, some of Culverhouse's missives to school officials. He was trying to have a say in who was hired for a constitutional law professorship named for him. And he belittled, the dean of the law school as in several emails, I'm going to, quote, one of them, he said that this dean, quote would always be a small town insecure, dean, and that outside. Side world frightens him. Now I spoke with a law. Professor who says, faculty, the Alabama law school had concerns about Culverhouse's efforts long before this dispute that his efforts to intervene, and academic policy date back, as far as February, this professor, also questioned why the university of Alabama should take the blame for a law passed by state lawmakers when several professors at the law school had spoken out against the abortion ban. So I think the broader question here is how much control does a mega donor deserve. Right. Indeed. And two very different and conflicting views on that it sounds like playing out there in Alabama NPR's, Debbie Elliott. Thanks so much. You're welcome..

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"culverhouse" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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04:14 min | 2 years ago

"culverhouse" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Take on precedent tips to increase enforcement to curb, it regular migration to include the deployment of his machinate guard throughout Mexico, even priority to it Saudi border. The State Department says asylum seekers will be immediately returned to Mexico to wait for US courts to process, their applications. Both countries of agreed to take further steps if the current measures to stem migration to the US fail. President Trump says, NASA. Should not be talking about returning US astronauts to the moon NPR's Jeff Brumfield reports that Trump's tweet comes as NASA awards, hundreds of millions of dollars in contracts to do just that NASA Sluiter in bishops really got going earlier this year in March vice President Mike Pence made a big announcement. The first woman and the next man on the moon will both be American astronaut and said, the return would come in five years critic, said that scheduled with unrealistic, nevertheless, NASA has been pushing ahead late last month at awarded contracts for peace of a new space station to orbit, the moon and for robotic Landers in his tweet Trump seemed to say the lunar emphasis was misguided quote. We did that fifty years ago. He said, the president tweeted that instead NASA should focus on defense science and the planet Mars Jeff from 'field, NPR news, Washington. The university of Alabama is returning. A record multi-million dollar contribution because the donor advocates a boycott over the state's new abortion van NPR's, Debbie Elliott has the story. The university of Alabama board of trustees voted to return twenty six point five million dollars to Hugh Culverhouse junior of Florida investor and lawyer is name will also be stripped from the law school Culverhouse callin students around the country to boycott the campus after the state banned most abortions at any stage of pregnancy with no exceptions for cases of rape, or incest. Some sixty percent of Alabama students are from out of state university officials say the school had nothing to do with the abortion law, and that there was an ongoing dispute with Culverhouse over how his donation would be used Debbie Elliott NPR news on Wall Street, stocks closed higher after the Labor Department released its jobs report for the month of may. The Dow Jones industrials gained two hundred sixty three points. This is NPR news. Attorneys for former Minneapolis police officer Mohammad, Noor say they are not done fighting for him, nor was sentenced to twelve and a half years in prison for the two thousand seventeen killing of an unarmed woman. He has ninety days to appeal Thirty-three-year-old. Justin, Bruce check Damon had called nine one about nine one, one about a possible crime outside of her home, nor was fired after the shooting, the women's World Cup, kicked off in Paris Friday, with a match between France and South Korea as NPR's Laura Walmsley reports the French team, never slowed down as it began its quest for the Cup, even before the first touch of the ball, the atmosphere and the stadium was electric with forty five thousand fans belting out Lamar says, and cheering on Leib live as the French team is known. It's dominated possession and fired shot after shot at the South Korean goal. France scored just nine minutes into the game and it was a towering wandering are who stole the show at parked at prince with two headers into the goal in the first half the final score was four nil. Over South Korea. Expectations for France are high in the tournament as both the host nation, and as the reigning champs at last summer's men's World Cup the US plays its first match on Tuesday against Thailand, laurel, Walmsley, NPR news, Paris, Brexit. Got the better of British Prime Minister Theresa may who has formerly step down as leader of the conservative party maze. Three years at the helm started after Britain voted to leave the European Union, her mission was about to bring Brexit, but she failed to do so her successor as prime minister is expected to be named July. I'm Shay Stevens NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include.

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"culverhouse" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

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"culverhouse" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"After this guy who gave it called on students to boycott the institution over the state's restrictive new abortion ban. Hugh Culverhouse junior, seventy year old, Florida real estate investor. Who said that he has no doubt the board of trustees acted in response to his remarks complained that the state of Alabama was only reinforcing its reputation as the land of the backward full of Hicks. By the way, he never went Dalla Bama. I don't even know why he was giving them twenty six million dollars. I guess I guess he likes saving. University officials denied the decision that anything to do with Culverhouse's stand on the abortion law said it was prompted by his attempts to dictate how the cash should be spent is pledge announced in September was the biggest contribution ever made to the university in return. The law school was renamed, the Hugh f Culverhouse junior school of law as the way to get it done by your way on the side of a building. Within minutes of the trustees vote a maintenance crew had removed. His name in the university had wired him. Twenty one point five million dollar refund of the money that he'd already given the university toward filling his pledge. So they go, this is based on this supposed. Abortion banned pass last month said to take affect the November would make terminating a pregnancy a crime punishable by ten years to life in prison for the provider with no exception for Raper incest. You know, it's going to be interesting to you'll see some of these activists what if Nick Sabin, resigns over? I mean, this is getting silly folks, this has nothing to do with a university of Alabama. Okay. I'm in the university of Alabama didn't come up with the law, whether you like it or not. I mean they don't get credit for it. They don't get blamed for it. But this guy is trying to make a point I guess. Anyway, K jewelers apologizing after telling a cop in North Carolina. They couldn't bring his gun into the story when he was in full uniform. Every kick begins with k I guess. Supposed to be a special day this going to townhall dot com. This guy an on duty police officer drop. Mike K jewelers to pick up as engagement ring. He was carrying his service. Firearm, he was told that if he removed it and left it in his police vehicle. He could retrieve it, but that would be going against department policy and possibly putting the public at risk cops leaving guns and cars while on duty is not smart, but it's also not allowed by his beliefs department. Or the sheriff's office. So the sheriff's office, this is from W M, T W sheriff's office in North Carolina took to social media after staff members of the jewelry store, Leslie stopped an on duty deputy from entering the store, too. Busy engagement ring because he was on the ir. Dale county sheriff's office said they were deeply saddened by the situation that unfolded, K jewelers in states, Ville, North Carolina about forty miles north of Charlotte. The deputy took his meal break to pick up the ring was met at the door by the store manager, who informed him that he was not allowed to wear his service weapon while on the premises. The deputy told the manager would be policy violation for him to remove his service weapon, while in uniform, the sheriff's office said the policy is in place for not only the safety of the deputy but the general public is well, the manager stated our deputy would need to return to the store at a different time when it was not on Kay jewelers has jumped in and they said they've apologized and they said that the manager in question is no longer with us. So they haven't. It's just some of these folks, I'm telling you, this anti-gun stuff is just going nuts. Absolately nuts YouTube. Well, the censorship advocate this, this Carlos Maza guy who is trying to get everybody. That is so called bullying him whether than Carlos stop watching louder with Crowder. Okay. Just don't watch it. I can't help it. Well that's your own problem in. Anyway, this guy is talking about these people in Crowder, and the rest of these folks are advocating violence, this guy supports Antigua, and Tapeh, unknown. Thaad terrorist communist group? This guy supports. This is the this is the vox reporter who YouTube listened to causing the vox, add Pakalitha. Hashtag also encouraged the recent trend physical attacks against two against pro Brexit politicians in the United Kingdom, and which left wing protesters. Hurled milkshakes at them. Milkshake them. All he said on Twitter, which is not restricted his account for promoting physical assaults on politician. This from bright born. Maza has also defended antiga, which of course engages in political violence against conservatives as legitimate protests and antique activists has pled guilty to plotting acid attacks against Trump supporters. Another was arrested for allegedly attacking a Trump supporter with a metal bike lock. In another post Maza claimed a widely documented trend of persecution of Christians around the world is a myth. Well, we got to come up with the name. I mean, you know, the got birth IRS truth IRS. I don't know. We'll come up with a name for this guy who's denying that they're persecuting Christians around the world. Maza who's gay, really claimed his campaign against YouTube in general, and conservative comedian Steven Crowder, in particular was due to him taking a fence at crowd or making gay jokes. Crowder said look, we're just poking fun at the guy. He starts going after me. I go after him, but you're using lisp. Oh, you can't stereotype gays like that. Former employees of far left smear outlive media matters, which also works the de platform the right. Maza says his motivation for joining was to take down, Fox News. Is Twitter bio, currently says Tucker Carlson is a white supremacist. We told you about it the other day. But of course, there's nobody. I mean, of course, Tucker Carlson is not a white supremacist. And there's nothing nobody on Twitter. Where's what's the guy's name? The, the guy that owns that runs Twitter a what's his face. I have no word from him on, whether they're not gonna take this guy out, because he's calling Tucker Carlson white supremacist. So this guy's he's what he is, is he's hyper sensitive, and I know he's gay. But I mean this is just hyper, hyper sensitive for the love of Peter Paul, and Mary, if you don't like Steven Crowder, stop watching him. But now that's not good enough for the left. All they have to be banned. They have to be taken down. This is what they do. They go on these little campaigns of trying to get people. They don't like taking off the air like Fox News for crying out loud. They launch boycotts against her advertises. Look, I have no problem with a, you know, a personal boycott. I mean, there's several businesses I choose not to go to, but I'm not here pounding the podium every day. Don't shop its own. So don't shop its own. So I'll just tell you who these folks are, you can decide what you wanna do with them, or whether you want to shop, the or not. But these people tried to close opposition down. It's not good enough, just ignore it. And I've told you I don't ever watch BS NBC, but I would not I second try to get them taken off the air. By the way, you see morning, Joe. He actually complimented the other day Trump in his speech and Normandy. And so I tweeted back Joe is this. You. Hell, the paint at home, though, make probably what are you doing that for don't ever give him anything? But I mean, I just choose not to watch Bs NBC. It's not on my list of things that I watch now I follow him Twitter, just to see, you know, the other side of the story. And what kind of garbage that putting out the because that's my duty as your host is to give you the full story, but I don't patronize them and I don't try to get them taken off the air. I don't give a ranch rumbled, Rachel man. Cows doing tonight on TV. I'm I'm just not going to be there to watch it. Not good enough. Oh, not good enough for Carlos Maza has to have louder with Crowder taken off YouTube. And of course, what they did was de monetize them. So I told you we're talking about putting an inconsistent truth up for free on YouTube. I mean it's just I just think it's time to do that. But now with all the stuff with you too. I don't wanna go through all of the time and effort and trouble to put the thing up there, and then they just start banning it. I mean it's ridiculous. So I'm looking for other platforms vim yo was one of them. But people tell me the video does the same thing as YouTube. Here's something else that really grinds my gears champs. My fanny. Did you know that Google Twitter Facebook? They're all the Munim from being sued. Yeah. You can't sue them for something that somebody else puts on their platform. Well, then what is the deal if you can't sue them, then? Why are they taking all this stuff off is not like it's a personal liability for them? No, it's a political agenda for them is what it is. And so if I were congress, I would revoke that little privilege congress passed a few years ago. So they can't be sued, I just say, well, if you're going to start making political decisions about who can, and who can't be on your platform, then you, you, you know, you're going to be just like anybody else, because anybody on Fox News can be sued anybody on BS NBC can be soon for what they say. But on Facebook they say, well, we're just a platform, so you can't sue us. Well, if you're just a platform, then lit everything stand. But now you're going through in your sins Seraing. You know, I have mixed emotions about all this stuff because I do think it's deplorable. But at the same time, I understand that their private company thing, do pretty much what they want to. It's their business. I'm looking for somewhere else to go. I'm just wishing somebody would come up with now. Maybe they have, and I just don't know about it, but there's bound to be another platform, like YouTube and don't say Vinnie. Oh because people tell me the doing the same thing. But this bound to be another platform where you can go and do all this, you know put whatever you want of there. Now, I would agree that needs to be a warning when there's something nasty, but, well, there's not even a warning on YouTube. You can start playing the video and has got ever have. FM. And you have no idea. But if they don't like your political opinion, they'll just take it off without warning. Six one five seven three seven nine nine eight six. We're back after.

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"culverhouse" Discussed on AP News

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02:38 min | 2 years ago

"culverhouse" Discussed on AP News

"The university of Alabama voted to give back a twenty six million dollar donation from philanthropist, Hugh Culverhouse recently called on students to boycott the university over the new abortion ban in Alabama. It was the biggest donation ever to that school. This is AP. Radio news. This is the last day on the job as party leader for Britain's Prime Minister Theresa may steps down as leader of a party in turmoil. And country in limbo. Hof in half out to the EU may will be remembered a, so they just in a long line of conservative is destroyed by the policies divisions over Europe and is a prime minister who failed in her primary mission to leave the but history could also see as a leader who faced hot. Odds with stubborn determination before appeared as pm, they had set the six years, homesick Trie, his phone voters immigration. I'm Lauren order, soon to establish reputation, the solid competence Anak, the thank pushing flash rivals. Charleston desma via Chrysler is recalling nearly three hundred forty three thousand ram pickup trucks worldwide because the airbags may not inflate in a crash. The company doesn't know of any crashes or injuries and says, the problem is rare Ed Donahue, AP radio. News. Hi, it's Jamie, progressive's number one number two employee. Leave a message at the hey Jamie. It's me, Jamie. This is your daily pep talk. I know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your Capella group, mad harmony, but you will bounce back. I mean, you're the guy always helping people find coverage options with the name your price tool. It should be you giving me the pep talk. Now, get out there, hit that high note, and take mad harmony all the way to nationals this year. Sorry pitchy. Progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates. Price and coverage match limited by state law. He digital news network. India's central banks cut its key interest rate by a quarter of a percentage point to five point seven five percent. The movement to strengthen the economy is consumer spending, and corporate investments, stumble, the interest rates with the Reserve Bank of India charges on lending to commercial banks in a BI monthly review of the economy, it also decided to change the stance of monetary policy from neutral to accommodative the being says inflation remains below its target even after earlier rate cuts, and it's expressed concern over a sharp slowdown in consumer demand and investment Barnes, and noble, one of the giants among booksellers is being sold AP correspondent, Ben Thomas says it's to a group, which is already been buying up similar businesses nobles says it's being acquired by Elliott management..

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03:19 min | 2 years ago

"culverhouse" Discussed on KCRW

"From NPR news in Washington, I'm Janine herbs. In the wake of a mass shooting in Virginia Beach, Virginia governor Ralph, nor them has set a date for a special legislative session to consider new gun control legislation, but has been paver of member station. W C V reports. It's not clear whether the session on July ninth will go, according to the democratic governors plan as an army doctor during the first Persian, Gulf war. Ralph Northam cared for soldiers wounded by guns. Now, as governor, he's asking the legislature to pass measures like universal background checks, and a ban on us all weapons. No-one no-one should go to work to school or to church wondering if they will come home. But there's no sign that the Republican controlled legislature, is any more likely to pass gun control education now than it was in two thousand and eight in the wake of a mass shooting at Virginia Tech, ultimately, it's the GOP leaders in the legislature, who get to set the agenda of the special session. They've said they'll use the time to focus on passing tough. Sentences for crimes involving firearms for NPR news. I'm Ben pager and Richmond university of Alabama is giving back a record, multimillion dollar contribution, including a portion. It has yet to receive NPR's, Debbie Elliott reports the school is refunding, the money because the source, it's top donor has called for a boycott over the state's strict new abortion ban. The university of Alabama board of trustees voted to return twenty six point five million dollars to Hugh Culverhouse junior of Florida investor. And lawyer is name will also be stripped from the law school Culverhouse, call on students around the country to boycott the campus after the state banned most abortions at any stage of pregnancy with no exceptions for cases of rape, or incest. Some sixty percent of Alabama students are from out of state university officials say the school had nothing to do with the abortion law, and that there was an ongoing dispute with Culverhouse over how his donation would be used Debbie Elliott and. NPR news. The Labor Department says US hiring slowed sharply last month as the Trump administration ratcheted up its trade war with China NPR's, Scott Horsely reports employers that are just seventy five thousand jobs in may. While the unemployment rate held steady at three point six percent, maize job growth was well below analyst expectations and marks a significant downshift from the two previous months. The Labor Department also said job growth in March, and April was lower than originally, reported ongoing trade tensions have led to considerable uncertainty among employers, especially in the trade sensitive manufacturing sector the much larger services sector also saw slowdown in may fewer than half as many service jobs were added last month as were the month before the weak jobs report will likely increase pressure on the Federal Reserve to lower interest rates expectations of a rate. Cut in the not too distant future that contributed to a rally on Wall Street this week, Scott Horsely, NPR news Washington, and you're listening to NPR news. Support for NPR comes from fifth generation inC maker of Tito's, handmade, vodka, founder, Tito beverage, his last name is beverage, you can't make this up discovered his passion by exploring what he loved to do and what he was good at eighty proved he does handmade vodkas distilled in bottled in Austin, Texas in many.

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University of Alabama rejects $26.5M from donor critical of abortion ban

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University of Alabama rejects $26.5M from donor critical of abortion ban

"University of Alabama is giving back a record, multimillion dollar contribution, including a portion. It has yet to receive NPR's, Debbie Elliott reports the school is refunding, the money because the source, it's top donor has called for a boycott over the state's strict new abortion ban. The university of Alabama board of trustees voted to return twenty six point five million dollars to Hugh Culverhouse junior of Florida investor. And lawyer is name will also be stripped from the law school Culverhouse, call on students around the country to boycott the campus after the state banned most abortions at any stage of pregnancy with no exceptions for cases of rape, or incest. Some sixty percent of Alabama students are from out of state university officials say the school had nothing to do with the abortion law, and that there was an ongoing dispute with Culverhouse over how his donation would be

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"culverhouse" Discussed on KOMO

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04:30 min | 2 years ago

"culverhouse" Discussed on KOMO

"I'm Tom hutler. University of Alabama law school, no longer bearing the name of donor, who called for a boycott after the state passed a hardline anti-abortion law workers today took down Hugh f Culverhouse juniors name from the school that was named for him. Trustees have voted to return the twenty six and a half million. He pledged to the school as well. The university says the dispute is about his attempts to dictate. How is donations to be used Culverhouse says it's because of his abortion remarks US, hiring slowed and may employers adding two seventy five thousand jobs assigned the business may have become more cautious in the face of slowing global global growth trade fly trade fights in the fading stimulus from tax cuts, and greater government spending. The Labor Department says the modest increase follows a healthier gain of two hundred twenty four thousand eight four that an employee. Rate, though, remained at nearly a fifty year low of three point six percent. This week, marked thirty years ago, since demonstrations, calling for democracy in China. Those demonstrations turning deadly at square ABC's Kimberly Brooks spoke with one of the intimate square. Protesters tiling story is fascinating ABC has been keeping up with you. Because thirty years ago, Ted Koppel interviewed you after you successfully escaped to Hong Kong. And now thirty years later, you remain as number four on the most wanted list in China. What do you think about that allergies? You remember those days. I remember three things when was the power powerful experience. The joy solidarity fell the hope head the country. The second thing is the great deep sadness felt right after the massacre that disbelieve Sean, that turning point of our lives and knives our country and the third point is after thirty years, I looking. Back with Greepeace and confidence. I saw how, you know then night when the master took place. We couldn't believe it. We thought the blushing meaning they would just beat us up and drive out the square. Nobody anticipated massacre. Brutal massacre, and so, right. After that, so many people believe the cuff the class, and would end the whole machine will just be over. Then as days prolonged, that the martial law took place, the massive Matt Hong to place most wanted to place. It was is it was why Tara before free speaking the spirit of freedom of crushed, and so that when to know several years of darkness, some, I'm looking back filled Thurs? There's a special force of their protecting us lead us aware to be to feed them. And also, how the team impact, you know, eastern, your former union before the blame will and interest to the whole downhill, fall, on the communist camp between nineteen eighty nine to all these nineteen Ninety-two, many of us came to. To know Jesus Christ our Lord savior to God's greet. Powerful plant China that Wendy China will be set free and democracy will come and the victim's family will be comforted. So you went from being a homeless refugee in the US to former President Clinton granting you citizenship. What would you say your life is like now is good? And are not easy to, you know, survive. Massacre to overcome a lot of emotional laws. I lost my mother, my grandmother doing that journey you. My mom passively a month before I was told about it to no chance to do anything that would be granted paying their star was all by myself, America for the force for years. It was Trump is challenging, and to, to live in American dream as a refugee as immigrants. Learn the language all over to build a family. We build a live. We build a career is not easy, but China has never left him a mind on my heart. My soul prayers. My hope are still China and call with the people there while shy. Incredible story incredible work. We really appreciate you joining us essentially coverage, and your work is so important and just be have all the people in China. And here we thank you may refer to Kimberly Brooks..

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"culverhouse" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"culverhouse" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Support an amendment. That makes that right dependent on someone's democratic fundraiser yesterday in Atlanta, the twenty twenty presidential candidate and former. Vice president says a shift position which comes following two days of criticism by people in his own party is about healthcare, not politics. I can't justify leaving millions of women without access to the care. They need Matt small Washington University of Alabama returning, a multi-million dollar donation now, from a man who made public remarks on the state's hardline abortion, lots its comes after the donor Hugh Culverhouse junior called on students at the school to boycott the boycott the university in response to the new state law that bans abortions in almost every case, Florida's real estate investor said last week, he did not want anyone to go to the university of Alabama law school, especially women till the state, quote gets its act together after those remarks university returned to more than twenty million dollars that Culverhouse had already donated and is now considering removing his name from the law school twelve away. It's lunch time. Let's take a look at how things are moving on Wall Street and other business news with Tracy jonky. Hi, tracey. Hi there. Nicole is one of those bad news is good kind of days on Wall Street, the US. Economy, added a disappointing. Seventy five thousand jobs in may and the Labor Department subtracting seventy five thousand jobs from the March and April reports what Wall Street season. This is a greater likelihood for a fed interest rate cut in the near future. And the Dow is up two hundred fifty eight points. Nasdaq is up one hundred twenty the SMP's up thirty beyond meets forecasts is beyond good. The stock is surging thirty four percent after the vegan burger maker said it sales would top two hundred ten million dollars this year, that's more than twice its revenue last year. I'm Tracy jonky. Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's NewsRadio, thanks Tracy will sports next, and then traffic after that keep in mind already seeing delays south of town making your way toward the Cape three southbound all jammed up the expressway filling in if you're heading out for a weekend maybe leaving a bit early. That's okay. You wanna stick around WBZ after you get out of the car, be sure if your lake house, or your beach house has a smart speaker to pull us up there. It's very easy to do just say play w. ABC News Radio on iheartradio. Floor. You think you get a fresh enough this place? You say carpeting than you think again, but not just any corporate, and we need beautiful Zeina carpeting names like lease Bigalow, then you.

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"culverhouse" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"culverhouse" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Shay Stevens. President Trump has signed a much delayed nineteen billion dollar disaster aid package for states affected by hurricanes floods, and wildfires, as NPR's timbre kief reports Trump signed the measure during a trip to Europe to commemorate d day. Trump tweeted out a picture of himself holding up the signed Bill well seated in his office quarters on Air Force One. The money will aid disaster recovery, and states affected by recent flooding in wildfires, as well as Puerto Rico, where rebuilding from two devastating hurricanes in twenty seventeen has been slow congress had been negotiating this aid package for months and reached the outlines of bipartisan deal win. President Trump demanded that Ford or funding be added in ultimately the Bill passed after Trump was convinced to drop his demand. Tamra Keith NPR news for Trump is not pulling back his threat to impose tariffs on Mexican. Sports next week, a second day of White House talks aimed at averting the move and Thursday without a deal stemming my Gration to the southwest US border a Roman Catholic Bishop is trying to punish the top two Democrats. On the Illinois legislature for supporting a sweeping abortion rights measure, the tales from WBZ's, Dave McKinney in Chicago, Bishop Thomas Pap, rocky oversees the Catholic diocese of Springfield. He's ordered priests under his authority to deny communion to house speaker. Michael Madigan and Senate president John color tin, both are Chicago Catholics and were instrumental in passing a Bill. That provides broad new protections for abortion rights Bishop pep rocky says they're public support was a quote grave sin. You can't say these things, and then be a Catholic in good standing Madigan says an statement he believed it was more important to protect a woman's right to make her healthcare decisions than about to the Bishop. The archdiocese of Chicago says it does not have any plans to withhold communion from the. Lawmakers for NPR news. I'm Dave McKinney? In Chicago, the university of Alabama trustees plan to vote Friday on whether to return twenty one and a half million dollar gift and remove the donor's name from its law school. Hugh Culverhouse says he certain the dispute stems from his call for boycott of the school to protest state law. That makes it a crime to perform abortions except to save a woman's life university. Officials say they're reacting to Culverhouse's attempts to dictate how donation will be used a Canadian court has set a January twentieth extradition date for detained wall way executive wanted in the US on fraud charges than carbon reports in setting the date, the British Columbia supreme court. Accepted a plan, put forward by mum one Joe's defense team. It could mean the case being wrapped up within two years record, according to one of her lawyers, given the complexity of the case mum while as CFO was detained by Canada on an extradition request by Washington. The US accuses while way of conspiracy fraud and obstruction in violating. Sanctions against Iran, then carpentry. This is NPR. Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden says he no longer supports a law that bars, the use of federal money for most voices might end says his change of position on the Hyde amendment is about access to healthcare and not politics. He told an audience at a party fundraiser in Atlanta, Thursday. He makes no apologies for his previous position, Biden says he wants supported the high amendment, because he believed there was wide enough access to abortion services without the need for Medicaid or other government support, Norrland's, music, legend, Dr John suffered a fatal.

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"culverhouse" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"culverhouse" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"From the Bloomberg newsroom in New York, I'm Bob moon. Some mixed signals from US officials today on the likelihood of that tariff. President Trump has been threatening to slap on all goods from Mexico people with the matter till Bloomberg this afternoon. The five percent duty aimed at strong arming Mexico into stemming the flow of illegal migrants might be delayed with time for a deal running short and Mexican negotiators seemingly working seriously to address Trump's concerns, a short time ago. However, press secretary, Sarah Sanders dismissed the report saying the administration's position has not changed that the US is still moving ahead with the plan tariffs. At this time, vice president Pence said today, no Mexico deal has yet been reached, although the US is encouraged by the talks so far speaking to Bloomberg today. Former Mexican president percent a FOX said the tariff threat makes no sense, black maybe Mexico because he claims who have not gone. Our job on the migration issue. If incredible that you meek, both issues. They have nothing to do with each other Trump has said the terrorists will be enacted on Monday, some Republican lawmakers have cautioned him against an action that they fear will harm the US economy. The university of Alabama appears poised to give back twenty one point five million dollars donated by philanthropist, who has since called on students to boycott school over the state's new abortion ban. Hugh Culverhouse junior says he has no doubt this is about his abortion remarks. But Alabama says the dispute has to do with his attempts to dictate how his donation is to be used. The trustees will decide tomorrow whether to return the gift West Point officials say the military training vehicle that overturned killing one and injuring several was being driven by a soldier on rough terrain nineteen other cadets in two soldiers were injured. When the vehicle flipped over on a dirt road early this morning. Their injuries are not. Considered life threatening in honor of the fallen and the singular bravery of all allied troops, who advanced their bloodied water to the beaches of Normandy, seventy five years ago on d day there were moments of silent tribute hand rousing flourishes from a military band today. Fresh president Emmanuel Macron and President Donald Trump praised the soldiers sailors, airmen survivors, and those who lost their.

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"culverhouse" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"culverhouse" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"That was even a topic of conversation. Brought that up because I've been around long enough. I covered the nineteen Eighty-six draft. And bow Jackson told the Tampa Bay bucks. I'm not I'm not playing for you. He was upset with the owner. Hugh culverhouse. They had picked him up when he was playing baseball for Auburn in a private plane, and it cost him his eligiblity. He had he had the missed the last couple of weeks of the season, and he was really irritated about it. He kept he wanted to play baseball. He said, I'm not playing for you. I they draft him. And he would any ended up playing baseball a couple of weeks later he signed with the roles and Utah. I mean think about it you I mean, how what an ill-fated franchise that was at the time you draft the first player, and you know, and he doesn't play for you is that the reason why in two thousand and four when I was with the bucks they were in the same temporary trailers next to him, you missile. I don't know if Culverhouse owned the team back, I think it had transferred ownership by the place those same facility. I mean, it's it's stunning to think about that. Well, imagine. Yeah. You're exactly right. And you can think where how important that pick is and the amount of time that we've all spent discussing how you're going to actually allocate that pig and the investment that you're going. To make and how the could be even an inflection point for an entire franchise. And then to have nothing to show for it. And there is no way you're not going to get a compensatory pick because the guy went and played baseball. It just doesn't work that way. The other teams are gonna be like off mentioned a figure that on the front end shouldn't send your your private plane in messed up his ability. But that's how I mean for anybody. Who knows both that things never got over that. And he the sad part for both. I think if he only played baseball he would be he would have gone down as one of the greatest major league baseball players of all time. No doubt. And well, look how many guys do you know that could be an all star. And an all pro. Yeah. There's just not that many. You know, Brian Jordan was one of the best dual sport athletes. Not a lot is spoken about him played safety for the falcons played outfield for the Braves. But when you think about dual sport athletes, any Michael Jordan with the Birmingham Barons. Now, it's it's Bo Jackson. Chance for the the guy playing up in Syracuse right now in and. I guess he he could suddenly quadruple his batting average. Is that what's going to happen? Heck of a football player the great football. Yup. And so are you twenty years ago? Even though you don't remember anything about it. We have the video, and it's pretty embarrassing video. We just put a picture of you on Twitter that you look like a plow. Boy, do I now does it does it have. How many chins do? I have in that photo. Yeah. Let your high school prom or I can't quite can't see it that well from over here. All I'm gonna pretend as if I can't comment kid Matt will be with us. He'll he'll be on your later won't be with us. We're done Matt. Thank you very much. It was always fun. Matt stench gum, thirty minutes remaining on this show. You're listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Welcome back. We are glad you are here, and we will be calls rest of the way at eight five five to four to seven to eight five if you would like to give us a ring checking with Bill in Charleston. Hey, bill. Welcome to the program. Good afternoon. Hey, politics speaker. How'd you hear me? Now, you sound great. Thank you. Good. Listen, I was listening. I haven't I've been away have been involved with grandkids and something so I haven't seen any of the programs within the last say week or so but did catch Fred from plano some point time. I would love to sit and chat with Fred many years ago acted as a prosecutor done a lot of things..

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"culverhouse" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:19 min | 3 years ago

"culverhouse" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"To hear about. Jim is in Mississippi. Hey, Jim, good afternoon. Thank you. Good afternoon. I'm I have one, correct. All Tony bar. Mr.. Football, I'll believe you're misbehavior ball always had. Yeah, I bet. I know what you're going to say the window. What I'm going to say is, do you think, look, I know Alabama and Georgia gonna win the next two games. LSU's got Louisiana tech old. Myth. And auburn's got Arkansas. Southern Mississippi. If Mississippi State beats Kentucky and probably a one loss Florida team and Ohio State plan Penn State and Stanford playing Notre Dame. You think we could have five teams in the top ten, four from one to one won the west division possible at boy. I never thought about that. Four? No, I don't think so. I answer that quickly, but you know, Ohio State and Penn State. One of those two are going to lose next weekend. So there there's an, there's an opening as you mentioned and where lived at lose. Yeah. Stanford, you know, has Oregon this week and Notre Dame neck. So I think it's entirely possible. You're right? I was surprised now. I was surprised Auburn hung in there, but I guess. Does show del issues is is people are finally recognizing how good they are. Well, they're not gonna lose the next two week against opponents. Now have Mississippi's. Yeah, you've laid out or not. I have not thought about that scenario, but we'll we'll double check. I don't. I don't think he's ever happened to season by teams from one conference in the top ten. Unbelievable hard to believe that's ever happened before. Thank you, sir. Thank you. You are very follow. Well, thank you. John is up next, hey, John. How are you? I want to ask you a quick question about coaching, but I I wanted to see it's going to comment on the real controversy at Alabama renaming, the law school, but the what's out now renaming, the law school at Alabama. Tell me about it. I don't know. I haven't heard the, it's the Culverhouse school of law now, right? It's it's the son at the guy who who ran the camp on the temple eight bucks. And here's Dave. The night. I thought, no, hold on. I thought the Culverhouse go is the business school. That's what I heard today. If they renamed the law school. But I could be that's I just heard that today. I'm on campus, I should. Anyway, I haven't. If you've got, I only think of four active in coaches who won the national championship as a head coach. Am I missing anybody? It's saving, no, no. They're only four right now for active coaches JIMBO Dabo. Save an urban. Yeah, is I just feel like I'm famous for almost three hours earlier than there. I feel terrible. Yeah, yeah. Easy to forget right now. Why do you think that is? I don't remember when you off it being, you know that small of well hung up here guys. Well, yeah, here's why. Here's the answer to your question. You mentioned four people, but of those four people, two of those coaches. Our own nine national championships save has six urban has three. That's that's. That's enormous. Yeah, that is. It's just I just don't know who the other show on who's going to be the next breakthrough? No, you can ask out a million times, but as you think it'll be. If I'd the bet on one person, it would be Kirby smart. Good. My wife some big dog fan, so that would make a really happy. So I I call. Thank you. Thank you. Yeah, I think if you look at it certainly. He would be my best bet. I'm sure we could find another one. Maybe James Franklin, he, he certainly had done a great job as well. Fred is up next, hey, Fred, good effort him. I'm doing great. Thanks a lot. I I under your big thing, sons of what you think about this simply Florida game. I think Chandler coming on strong from Jordan's look, really good little bit questionable. But then again, we are kind of young. I'm just wondering what your thoughts are on the Florida game. You know, I apologize as soon as you start answering that question. Some siren went behind me and I think I missed your question, but will you ask her about. Don't they know we're doing a show here. I'm curious about the party game. I thank fifty. Got a really good paint in Florida. I think we're young on the line Olympic report, good or defense candidate dating at the back a little bit questionable..

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"culverhouse" Discussed on Know Them From Adam

Know Them From Adam

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"culverhouse" Discussed on Know Them From Adam

"Well i i would say i'm not bragging when i say this with thirteen out of the fourteen years i was out i had someone approached me and asked me if i was interested in being interviewed and i had free direct offers to coach of j two of them on the phone one of them told me if i would take his job i could write my own contract because he had so much money could spend it or his family could spread it in his lifetime and he was tired or lose and where you tempted i thought about it you know i i'll tell you exactly what happened and this is the truth yet i was home at christmas vacation visiting with my father who only had weeks left to live with pancreatic cancer and the they found meet at the home and talk to me on the phone it was hugh culverhouse wow and i told my dad i said dad you can't believe will just happen i had mr culverhouse just offered me an opportunity to come coach the tampa bay buccaneers and i could write my own contract and he said what are you going to do and i said i don't know and he said if you need the aggravation that i said no then he said don't do it so i didn't do it while but it whenever a blank cheque see and that's the biggest difference when i get the privilege and honour of working with all these men who coached in the game i always tell them that they will not have the highs and lows that they did coaching but they will lead a much more balanced peaceful stable life the did as a coaching you understand that as a former broadcaster any former head coach rightly the broadcast i ended up better spent when i went back in in ninety seven i understood that yeah i understood with john wooden knowledge told me your career in successor going to be german by not out many games you win your success is going to be determine how you handle the adversity the losses and i learned at i home loan to that in my first two years with the rams were were brutal they were tough but uh we got it done the old fashioned.

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