17 Burst results for "David George"

"david george" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:17 min | 9 months ago

"david george" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

"Him. He's been very lucky in the business, especially to score a job like curb. And let me just tell you what his job on curb your enthusiasm is based on. You want to laugh? Him and his wife, on that show. Susie espen, the brilliant comic, the Jewish comic. Jeff garlin and Susie has been, you know who they're based on that based on my manager, how will the penis and his wife Maria? So I know exactly his personality because that's what Howard was. And that's what his wife Maria was all about. And that's why we went to the club that night because Howard knew that the curb your enthusiasm pilot, Jeff Garland was gonna embody a character that represented Howard and Howard felt like a million bucks. It unfortunately coincided with Jeff garlin being an asshole and me having to call his shit to the carpet. Either way, I'm still punching Howard died and Jeff garlin's on top of the fucking world. So that's the natural order of things right now. I wish it would different. I wish how it was still here and Jeffrey dawn, and I was a multi whatever the hell, but maybe next year. I'm AJ Benjamin that was your free show. That was your free fame as adventure. What do we call Monday's mayhem mundane? I don't know, I'm not gonna put a name on it. It ain't free ball Friday, but you're four days away from free ball, Friday, feel good. That should show for December 6th, 2021. Join Patreon dot com slash fame is a bitch and hear all about my breaking down the interview that Alex Baldwin David George Stephanopoulos that softball game and you'll come away being a lot smarter with your Friends at the next Christmas party. Otherwise I'll talk to you tomorrow.

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"david george" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

04:54 min | 10 months ago

"david george" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"And the democratic party elite. Listen to these people it has. They listened to these secular white progressive young people. They tend to ignore that black hispanic people in the democratic ocean are culturally very conservative. And as a result hispanic people. I because they don't have the historic anchor to the democratic party. That black people do but hispanics are starting to leave the democratic party. They're starting to go to the gop in part because of jobs but also because of cultural issues and here is where david shore clashes with democratic elite. Some of whom have surveyed why hispanic voters with two gop and many of them say it was about jobs and they had jobs under donald trump and that holds out for some but for most you get to a cultural issue. They believe they'll get jobs because donald trump of the republicans reject socialism but the young elite progressives whites in the democratic party. They don't enter the data that way and they miss david short does and he says you got a problem. You have a cultural social problems. So what does dave recommend they do. The one thing they can't do stop talking about issues that aren't popular with the most of the people who vote. Stop talking about the issues that will cause you lose. The problem is you this. Every single person knows this the the white elite in the democratic party. they become the party of karen. Who's in your face until you all the stuff that karen thinks you need to know whether you want to know it or not trying to force you to care you will be made to care. Karen will make you care about climate change and about transgender rights and about your children needing to know about drag queens dory our and about police being bad and the need to defend the police and the need to let people out of jail and the need to get rid of bail and on and audit on karen going to make you care. The problem is people are carrying in the opposite direction. And that's david george. Point is the democrats are being led by a bunch of people who care about things and what to do things that most people don't and those things pull terribly and these white democrats won't shut up about it in short positions. Listen i agree with you on these steaks but stopped talking about them.

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"david george" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

The Twenty Minute VC

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"david george" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"Have now arrived at your destination. Davis such joy to have you on the show. Say my friend. I do want to say he signed. He's angeles range on your team in the ali database for some burning questions suggestions. But thank you so much for joining me stay. David thanks for having me harry potter 'blanche and luggage. Don't why thank you so much. I still can't believe. I actually get paid to talk to people like easer. It's pretty crazy life. But i do want to start with some contacts. They tell me. How did you make your way to the world adventure and come to be leading andrea since growth fund today. Yeah so look. I grew up in kentucky very far away from the world of finance and technology fortunate. I had an awesome upbringing. My parents i had an older brother went to college. Notre dame thing that was going to be a lawyer thankfully. I went into to the finance industry school instead. Eventually i moved to san francisco in two thousand eight where i started to. I encounter the world attack. And i joined general about ten years ago edgy. I had the chance to invest in some amazing companies spent about seven years. Their companies like crowd strike uber. Airbnb open door slack. And in some others that are a little bit lesser known but really awesome companies like banality in seismic i came over a sixteen z to start and run our new growth about two and a half years ago. Initially got no some of the folks at the firm just from some overlapping investments that we had so. I think i knew alex. Impel the best because we had invested together in open door and fast forward to now we're investing from our second growth volunteer and the chance to build a a great team inside the firm in work with some awesome founders and companies as well. I mean it's been incredible. Time since joining andrea you have to touch on the time. Makers is sasha prominent figure in the industry. But it's very different one. So i have to ask. We'll be biggest takeaways from your time with g. How do you think it impacted. you'll mentality. yeah legitimate amazing place. I'm really grateful to the team. They're one of the foundational frameworks that i developed. Coming out of. It was what makes breakout or successful growth investment or sort of pattern recognition. What i look for in almost all cases for me that has come down to a great founder and then a theory on busting through consensus view on total addressable market or tam. The consequence of that is a company that grows faster faster and or longer than expected. So take my time here. Take roadblocks the prevailing view when we invested was. Hey it's just a kids game. Well you know we felt the day had a shot and still do at being something much bigger. A coach experience platform.

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"david george" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"david george" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Yeah, number of them injured in a well David George. I had something like 100 people. Yeah. Um, by the way, a Seattle man by the name of Mark Leffingwell 51 years old, was charged with a felony related to interfere with law enforcement during the civil disorder, as well as six other counts, including two counts of assault of a police officer. He was arrested but released on Friday and allowed returned back to Washington State under curfew. So that's one of the first that I've been able to round up and charge their first guy, so he's 51 comes out of Seattle. Be interesting to see like what? What were you thinking? Might explain that his plan of insurrection Well, you know, if you heard you don't think I think I had the zip ties, and then the other guy had the horns on his head on Ben. What was the plan? Yeah, The plan was to stop the proceedings and that they succeeded in But did you hear the picture of the guy you know, was sitting he was hanging from the wall the side wall inside. Then he was sitting in the speaker's chair. He's come out and apologize is Oh, my God. I am so embarrassed. I am so sorry. I don't know what I was thinking. It's like knuckleheads. He had you pinned down. They're going to get coffee. Put it up on Twitter. They put it on Facebook. I didn't put it on parlor. They put it on the other ones. One guy said Yeah, he wrote some ninth. Of 25 cents for Nancy Here, 25 for you. You'd be a big old was here, right? No, Lord. Well, As in, it's it's. It's insurrection. That's the word everybody has to use media get the word It's called in. Well, they did stop, John. I mean to be fair. I know you're trying to market but to be fair. They did stop the official recognition of the electoral college announcement, which was the official order of business and invaded the hallowed halls so that I got it, okay. All right, take a fast break. Come back in here, Tracy Taylor. There. She's waiting to get people home safely. Just heard from Chris Sullivan. And you know, in case you missed it. The North Linus Sounder train service has been canceled for the rest of the week is silly doing the numbers this afternoon and says through the end of the week Sound Transit's canceled 22 trips because of mudslides, or at least the threat of them In 10 of them have been pre emptive drivers.

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"david george" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:12 min | 2 years ago

"david george" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The owners are liberal. The owners were all billionaires. The owners know where their bread is buttered with Donald Trump. But they're scared to death that their players will rebel and we'll play strong for the more we'll quit. So that's the reason it's happening. Now The question becomes what is going to come of it? I believe sports is badly badly injured. I think this is a nightmare. There's gonna be a case study in business schools. For the next 100 years how to destroy a billion dollar business had nobody against them. There was never anyone woke up, but I don't like the embassy. I'm against the NHL. I hate the NFL. I refused to watch Major League baseball. No one ever said that in history, you know, people might say I'm not a big sports fan, but nobody ever hated athletes who were against it. You are turning people away. Go against sports. There are so many of their 63 million trump voters from the 2016 election. But you and I both know it's going up. So there's probably more like 218 to 1920 million. 63 64 65 66 million trump voters In this election I got my numbers across there. And so instead of 63, let's say 66,000,067 million. Those people are now so angry at LeBron Never gonna watch the nb again. They're so angry that he would he would go against the police be for defunding the police and not listen to the side of what police say happened on that street there. So angry that you know my big bugaboo is black People are killing black people and cities like Chicago and Cincinnati, where you are and all over this country in record numbers. It's a black on black genocide. Black crime is out of control, and they've never said one word about that. The body count Every weekend. 50 people shot 10 15 murder in every city. They don't say one word that LeBron the athletes, nobody but one black criminal who's fighting with police who doesn't obey police. And it doesn't literally goes his car to grab a knife or a gun. That's more important to them than the fact that their own people are being murdered all over this country. Why aren't they protesting that? Why aren't they writing over that? Why aren't they boycotting over that? It doesn't make sense. Black Lives matter makes no sense without worried about millions of bored of black babies without warning about little black Children murdered in gang shooting Crossfire's You know, we're not worried about all these other bad things going on in the world. How about what a black cop in ST Louis who's wife spoken the Republican Convention? I think it was Dorn happened. David George. Captain David George. He got shot killed by a black thug and a black lives matter riot and they don't care. The end never stopped for that. They haven't cared about hero. Black police Captain killed steady here about five Dallas cops. Killed in one day a few years back. No sports league postpone games are threatening the season for that. So I think the hypocrisy is what bothers people. Why did you not care about that? And also, you know nobody. I know. Obviously, everyone I know is a conservative bill. None of my fans none of my friends. All my businessman, smart friends who make great money, too brilliant guys. None of them could understand why you anyone would put their prestige on the line for people like George Floyd or this guy, Blake, Jacob Blake. They're criminals with lifelong criminal records, including sexual assault and drug dealing and drug use. And armed robbery. Home invasion robbery. This guy was a rapist. It appears allegedly accused of this guy. Jacob Blake. Put your name on the line for people like that. We're struggling with police. And are probably so filled with drugs case of multiple attempts to Taser on my cop friends tell me there is no such thing unless your bodies filled with terrible drugs. So put your name on the line and wants to end the basketball season over people like that. I understand you don't want white cops killing innocent black men. I'm on your side. But these are not nice people, your talking about bad people that you're giving your career up for and they're all making a bad mistake. They're on the wrong side of history, and this will be proved. The league's You're gonna go down. Now They're all going to be hurt badly ratings and spending and their salaries. These guys have what 5 to 6 your careers and your careers. Their money is gonna go down by a third to a half. There's gonna be nobody watching. This will be no one in the stands and there will be nobody buying the uniforms anymore. People are mad and they don't get it, but they're about to find out down the road. I went to the Department of Justice website, which is confirmed by The Washington Post. If we take just the last 24 years, which is 2018 and 2019 of 2020 numbers as Faras, though shot by police each year, it's around 1000 total Americans and the whole country shot and killed by police. 1000 of that number about 40% in 2019. It was 399 white. And 2018. It was 384 white. And as faras black deaths at the hands of place in 2018. It was 209 in 2019. It was 2 35. So statistically factually, you know, facts facts out of Matt out of matter, more than twice a cz. Many white criminals were killed by police than black as opposed to black criminals. Every year, the great majority are justified. There's a handful of cases like water Scott with Officer Michael Schlegel and South Carolina he's serving 20 years in prison. Terrible laquan McDonald's another one, but but that's a handful out of the millions and millions of stops every year in the country. It's about twice as many white citizens are rightfully killed than black citizens. Even though the real ratios those who come in contact with Not white Americans and black Americans in total, so statistically, whatever you want to do, Harvard did the study University, Maryland. Did the study. Michigan State did the study a CZ Faras for the last four or five years stays at about 1000 about about 40% are white about 25% are black and the rest or shall we say other categories, So it is a lie to say. Was an acceleration of black men being killed by police. Statistically, that's not true. It's also not true that cops seek out black criminals to kill. That is certainly not true. But I also had the lawyer for the Kenosha police. Police come out and say the following. Blake was not unarmed. He was armed with a knife. The officers did not see the knife initially. The officers first saw him holding the knife or they were on the passenger side of the vehicle. The officers issued repeated demands for Mr Blake to drop the knife. He did not comply. The officers initially tried to speak with Blake, but he was uncooperative. Non responsive. The officers began issuing verbal commands the Blake but he was non compliant. The officers one hands on Mr Blake. So is the game control. Never notified There was a felony sexual assault worn out for him since July, 6th. He did not comply. He actively resisted arrest. Andi officers then disengaged throughout their Tasers. Issuing commands to Mr Blake. They would be tasted didn't comply. He didn't comply. He was taste once again, the officers one hands on with Blake again trying to get control. Blake forcibly fought with the officers. Including put putting one of the officers head in a headlock. A second Taser from a different officer was then deployed without effect on Mr Blake, unable to enable it to gain compliance and control after verbal fizz, going less lethal means The officers drew.

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"david george" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"david george" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Larue Martin joins us on Sports byline the former NBA center, who was drafted first overall by Portland. He was drafted before hall of Famers Bob. mcadoo and also Dr J. Julius erving first of all, Larue, I read an interesting quote from you said when you're the number one draft choice, you have a lot of pressure. I was a young man, twenty one twenty two years of age, and you have a big zero on your back, and people want you to produce. Tell me a little bit more about that expectation for any number one choice, but also particularly for you well, I think back up. Of course. I was a young man and. When. You're drafting number one. There is a lot of pressure. I think that when that I got drafted, but People want you to produce. And you had the big zero on your back year known nationwide, the number one draft choice for the NBA, which was honor. But, as you may know my plane time and I don't knock anyone. Or anything but I think the much playing time to really produced. You can always have a lot of playing time when you're playing against. Your team needs some practice. But when it came down to a game I average maybe four five six minutes, and you can look rex and was about it. And it takes time to reduce I. Mean I played against some of the greatest in the world. You know you're looking at Kareem. abdul-jabbar Cowan's. Wilt Chamberlain I mean I'd go back a long way my God what forty eight years. But it's just one of those things and I don't regret being number one draft choice, but it takes time produce, and like I was saying didn't get too much playing time, but you know life goes on i. just kept my mouth shut. You know I never criticize the newspapers. I stayed away from any of us and. I just took care of my family. The Best I could it yeah. I thought it was very interesting. Latter part of that quote was as you get older. You learn how to live with it and I never say anything negative about it. They can't take that number. One draft choice away from me. You know that's a little bit like looking at the glass half empty or half full, and you all have always looked at life as a glass half full. Tell me a little bit about that development in you. Well, you know. I came through public housing in Chicago I did very well. I went to a grade school by the name of Saint since I went to high school. It was all black prep high school. And I went to the university I. Say to myself what thank goodness did I. Did get my degree and I did learn how to deal with the media in a sense If you look at a private high school, I went to a school whether it was all ethnic groups I mean, and we all got along pretty well, and then if you look at it, being drafted number one I never realized that. when I was in college, David George Almonds and matter of fact I. got a Pitcher. Me was a basketball over his head. Really thinking really until later on life, when I was read by the Portland Trailblazers and I look back and say to myself. Oh, I am number one but I have to produce, but like I say once before it takes playing time playing against other teams to get. An produce what you WANNA. Do don't forget will only seventeen teams in the back then when I was playing. And I, look back at myself. Okay? Maybe they called me a theory basketball, but I wasn't a Syrian life. You also said about growing up in public housing in Chicago. You wash dishes as a student. Day Lasalle high school to help pay for your education. And you said about the the groups you grew up with a lot of different ethnic groups in everything. Where did it change? Larue because I'm here in San. Francisco and I see that and I've seen it for a very long time the same way you saw it, but at some point has changed everybody kinda melting together. Yes, we've really melted back. I've never had any issues with anybody coming up from public housing going through a grace finances, Frances and like. We all got along and I I think too that. My education was really a big stepping stone, and then when I moved to Portland Oregon I never had any type of racial issues. Not at all. We all got along. People respected me. They used to say to follow the rule and by leaving Chicago come into Portland Oregon. It is taught me a lot of how to deal with people in general in itself. And I still Miss Portland a lot I mean I. Wish I could've stayed there but one. It started off with ups. I got another promotion and Guy Transfer back home here. Let's go back to Chicago for just a moment. You mentioned as I just did about public housing in Chicago. The one thing I know about Chicago during that period of time because I went to high school down in Ran Tool Illinois. Air Force. That's down south and we used to venture in the summer up North to Chicago to maybe take in a couple of games play a couple of games on the hard top in Chicago. Now you know at summer basketball like in Chicago. Take me back there and tell me a little bit about what that was like for you..

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"david george" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"david george" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Capture the attention of the news media because they've completely ignored the murder of David George seventy seven year old retired please captain father of five grandfather of ten blog buys family at his neighborhood and his funeral was yesterday and the news media couldn't care less as he had and couldn't care less about the murder of David Dorn about his death he's a black man I I've always forget to mention that he's ever going to marry was before he was murdered by a young twenty four year old African American man is not going to do twenty twenty five years in jail and and that's not a tragedy of course yes just one thing is tragic and Patrick Underwood also federal police officer in Oakland California was one of two police officers shot in an ambush shooting are they were targeted because they were the police and left the Democrats are waging war against the place and Patrick Underwood was murdered he was shot to death and he was murdered and there is no suspect in custody another police officer was shot and he survived Patrick Underwood's sister testified on Capitol Hill yesterday and the news media could care less at least seven hundred and fifty police officers have been injured in a week and a half well we can have seven hundred fifty across the country at least Patrick Underwood assassinated and murdered in Las Vegas in St Louis police officers or retired police officers shot and nearly killed and I mean it it's there's violence everywhere and the lunatics in it I mean they've got it going on everywhere you see an England they tore down a statue of roads rolled English where's where's his first name that the roads of the Rhodes scholar you know the the Rhodes Scholarship the there's English Bella road he set up the air Rhodes Scholarship Bill Clinton was a Rhodes scholar they teach you about to having internship programs and things like that and and they tore down the statue of it because it raises you know history I agree completely completely nuts and and went over the list of demands in Seattle that's so funny that's a funny thing a list of demands as shows where their their brains are R. and it's their rates are not where they're supposed to be but it's pretty pretty amazing stuff of violence is now worldwide because this is the world wide left I've been talking about this for a long time this is not the American liberalism this is the world wide left this is a different animal altogether and they want to change the name strip the names off of U. S. military bases around the country as well like Fort Bragg their name for people that the left no longer approves of the mob in the street no longer approved stuff and and I I started talking about plus he blows he has joined the mob of tearing down statues they announced that all the Democrats from the civil war era statues have up that an area of bed giant room in the capitol called statuary hall and throughout the capitol building their statues of former representatives and famous people from various states are you know Will Rogers and things like that and Nancy Pelosi is now supporting tearing down all of the statues in the capitol and on Capitol Hill that do not conform with the the the the way the wind is blowing this week with the radical Taliban left and they are they're just other completely completely not so closely is joining the tear down the statues movement that nobody will mention that they will all be Democrats every damn one of these Confederate statues is a Democrat from Robert E. Lee to Jefferson Davis they tore down to Jefferson Davis statue yesterday too I it's hard to keep track there is so many of them and now they've taken over by you know if not all of downtown Seattle enough of downtown Seattle where it's a failed city it's it's a dead city it's it's a former U. S. city because the cow words that that pretend to be in charge of something there are hiding under their desks and crying like little girls cross dressing little girls no overt across stressing little girl actually where I will talk about that later and now they're coming after cartoons like paw patrol yeah you know yesterday were taught about the TV show cops has been canceled after thirty two years they're ready to launch their thirty third season and they've canceled that show because you know cops bad man and I know there's a there's a what what is it called live cops live PD they've canceled another cop show and they're going after children's cartoons like paw patrol because there's a little tiny Chihuahua sized dog I just saw a clip yesterday is not a show that I follow you know I got a lot of stuff on the DVR but not paw patrol and there's a little dog like a church while in a police uniform it runs around yapping and now they're going to kill that show because the depiction of the cap is at negative enough this is a form of fascism it's a form of totalitarianism it is that mental illness it is it's lunacy and it's demented and these are dangerous people even if they don't know that they're dangerous they're they're dangerous people and they're a mob in the street and the and the New York times's within the new York times is chairing Seattle taking and they left out all of the bad stuff could be heard times as a story on Seattle today and I had to laugh out loud because it's so corrupt it's it's almost astonishing it's almost impossible to astonish anymore but but they're amazing also NASCAR of you know the rat race car people badly Confederate flag and yesterday there was a big race with the black lives matter car racing in the in the race and I know more Confederate flags and other general Lee from dukes of hazard I guess is no longer in vogue and it is I boy we're watchin candlelight Heris was out of the street yesterday looks like we're going to take a break here she was chanting hands.

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"david george" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"david george" Discussed on WTOP

"White thank rad all right here's rob wood for all right Mike Georgetown Ian fourteenth ranked Villanova under way in their regular season finale the hallways are still short handed and quite frankly they are still struggling WTOP's Dave Preston is live the capitol one arena with an early updates understatement of the afternoon rob fifteen forty to play in the first half Georgetown trails Villanova fourteen nothing the lawyers for six shooting from the field the Wildcats have made six of eight Georgetown's lost five straight no mac McClung know Amir your seven due to injury no points thus far always drill fourteen nothing no boy thanks David George Mason set to close out their regular season at Fordham today into hoping to snap a three game slide G. W. on the road tonight they're hoping to end a four game losing streak by upsetting third ranked Dayton who is undefeated in A. ten play this season good luck in a battle of one of of ranked teams in the A. C. C. number twenty two Virginia will host tenth ranked Louisville at four this afternoon the US six ranked Maryland women putting their fifteen game win streak on the line against Indiana in the big ten tournament semi final this evening at six thirty the capitals and penguins set to renew their rivalry at the top of the hour the capsule can snap a two game slide in builds on their three point division lead over Pittsburgh the nationals and Orioles both playing split squad spring exhibition games at the top of the hour and last night the wizards ended their stretch of two straight losses in six in their last eight by beating the Atlanta Hawks but the ways in the rest of the NBA told by the league yesterday start planning for the possibility of playing without fans in the stands were media presence because of coronavirus concerns Robert fort WTOP sports thank you robin just ahead redistricting changes advance in Virginia over opposition from some black lawmakers IMAX math switch to T. mobile and get two lines for just ninety blocks into new iPhone eleven all of us so you can face time a lot of things what do you want to do we wanted to take a Portugal for two with the ultra wide camera I had my eyes closed one more okay or with an all day battery life.

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"david george" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"david george" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Granddaddy of all organisms constant for five pieces of our ideas yeah David George and initiative the we'll go to Baylor in Georgia missing a ton of players in a what affects you to keep the case itself to dances to the right side gets flip to the ground after a gain of about they're going to try players running off the field with the Texas flag along with the five low season but it hands on a good note a drenching other head coach and a thirty eight to ten final over number eleven Utah go with him at some permit will be at mid field to shake hands disappointing last couple games he gets off at the verge the caliphate playoff a back to back losses it up much to show for the it's on scene with the new quarterback picture the senior class turns over Jake Bentley the transfer from South Carolina enters as a dual threat quarterback with a gunslinger mentality meanwhile Texas in the coming off of an eight win season getting ready for another year other top are made and all the expectations of come with being a Texas setting up the stage for the trophy ceremony at midfield for Texas Florida thirty yards of total offense they threw for two oh seven they ran for two thirty want to get to number one rushing defense of the country finance good use of twenty eight to ten in the second half brother waited thirty eight to ten final now tell us what the plan was offensively coming into this game how did you feel like you would be able to attack that utility fits and have success well we knew there extremely talented and did a great job in the run game winner so that we had to be physical and and establish a presence in the run game to combat their strengths and I think up front we did a great job speaking of the run game it felt like in the second half you were able to get a lot more going with your legs was that by design or did you just see things open up they started to take the running back lot trying to take away the running game and we did a great job looking back out for some of our linebackers and the holes were there and they did a great job downfield blocking physicality was a big question as to how you guys would match up with this you talk team what is your teammates in yourself tonight all men more healthy and work plan to our standard we can compete with anyone in the nation which really believe that's on so proud of my guys and we're gonna enjoy this one we get your opinion on this because we said multiple times in the game we didn't see that Texas deep is very much in the regular season you see them often practice when they are healthy is that what you get every day in practice what we got tonight one hundred percent you know we had a real young defense to start the year may injuries didn't help that now that they're all healthy and have a whole season about we got a lot of returning guys for next year and I think they're doing a really really good spot noise makers are streamers for new year's eve that's a good question anything after one is great congratulations thank you thank you Sam Amick you're dealing with Utah's defense in coal Q. Blix questions he sidestepped both of them masterfully tonight a leading Texas to the back to you once again our final score Texas thirty eight you top ten for Jordan Rodgers cult you look along with producer.

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"david george" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"david george" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Chicago ten thirty on WGN TV I'm looking at the radar here and there's a whole pile of store do not tell you yeah you see but I mean it's it's more it looked on line like you just gonna be like a half hour little little hit or miss but this well there's that little patch over by decals that's going to come in and that's more solid than what we've been getting so far this morning getting a little spotty stuff yeah but the stuff back in Iowa and didn't Missouri that some very serious storms there and we like I said may be within five six hours or so that should be hitting our area and we're keeping our eye on that all right also going to be heavy you're gonna have to take the both home I think they will do that to thirty two years right twenty six year old David George who was a nurse for Clint for classroom Glen view Glenbrook consul England who has been charged with felony aggravated criminal sexual assault and felony criminal sexual abuse for alleged incidents involving two female patients being held without bail he'll be back in court the end of the month breakdown in settlement talks with the maker of oxycontin pushed first federal trial of the opioid epidemic contract to begin next month it also sets the stage for legal drama involving nearly every state and lots of local governments Rockford's going viral twenty three million dollars to fulfill a twenty seventeen obligation to fund a conference center and parking at what will be the embassy suites hotel the deal also involves remaking industrial building.

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"david george" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"david george" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Or win about thirty five miles northeast apar- stow, the soldier who was killed was a member of the guards I squadron, two hundred twenty First Cavalry regiment based here in Las Vegas. Three other soldiers who were in the tank and injured are expected to be released from the hospital today, this affected drunk driver of a rented McLaren sports car. That was involved in a fatal crash, Sunday told police he had a little bit of wine at a club before the crash occurred. Twenty nine year old Shane Butler has been charged in the Sunday morning, crash that killed thirty nine year old Joshua Fidel Bedell was sleeping in a parked car when the McLaren left the roadway on Paco's near Tropicana and hit the car in a strip mall, parking lot. Witnesses said they saw the McLaren traveling a high rate of speed on Paco's before the crash power has been restored to all terminals at Los Angeles International airport, where an hours long. Outage caused dozens of planes to be delayed diverted or cancelled and upset passengers. You're walking, there's an alarm going off, and we're in the other terminal, and I mean, people are freaking out, and he's like I was it was I was actually in the restroom. When I noticed lights went off and then got back out and all of the restaurants all of the lights were out. And we got the escalator to walk down to baggage, claim and that also wasn't working LAX as power was restored Wednesday night to three terminals. Some three hours after the outage hit the airport other terminal Saul shorter delays, the number of survivors is dwindling, and those who survived want to keep the memories alive. Donald Hitchcock calls it a period in time to so future those who do have a duty to share while they can lend. We gone that memory lewd, the Normandy, beaches have been full of school groups this week kids staring at the sand and sheer cliffs, where so many died, D David George bats hope schools, keep coming. Back to explain that will the results will the Hugh. Entity wall and. Instill in teaching population. Never have another wall. I'm saga megani Las Vegas city council voted to approve an exclusive negotiating agreement with the renaissance group to come up with a plan to redevelop Cashman field.

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"david george" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"david george" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"And the woman was enraged not because he kill the president. But because she married him him. She married him under a false name. If they go back to the county courthouse incur incorrect. So they correct it. They get remarried using the real name. He says I'm going out west for new opportunities, but I'll be back for you. And he never goes back for so why would he kill himself after all those years? I think well one of the booze always expected to be treated as a hero and one of the problems, you know, maybe in the south in the south, especially okay. And after the assassination when he was he was basically camped out in this miserable fetid swamp for about five or six days and just people refuse to help him because they realized that one of the best friends at the south had especially on the eve of reconstruction was ABRAHAM LINCOLN. That's right. Booth went in and ruin that. Really got the, you know, the the recognition that he thought he deserved and the notoriety you want it. I mean, you know, he can't go back to his regular trait of acting because you know, know, you know, even the cops going to figure that out. So unless he changed his name. You know, he was living under the name, David. Oh god. Hold on. What? David George names of two of the conspirators, George as rat. David Hurley herald, it kind of makes sense. But I mean, would he do kind of what do you? What do you flip the rest of the world off by basically using you know, a combination of the names of two of the conspiracy. Oh, he's an actor. He might have. But again, it goes back to client confidence theory. How many how many how many coincidences that we willing to accept before? We realize that something more to the story Mark in Raleigh North Carolina's with us. I Mark go ahead, sir. Yes. Lincoln scientists. The Dow and Mitch in March the second and sixty four eighteen sixty four because. Downton died papers that showed he was there to assassinate president. And he's cats, and I think after that it's time for Lincoln because. You're going to try out. You know, you're going to start thinking about it too can send your secret service. But my other thing I wanted to say, isn't that? Lee Harvey Oswald tried to call the husband of my grandmother's best friend on the night at twenty eight single downs jail here in Wally. What would he want with them? That's interesting. He.

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"david george" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

09:42 min | 3 years ago

"david george" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We're up a half of one percent on the S and P five hundred positive fourteen points at about four AM eastern. The headline dropped on Chinese credit data and the equity market got a nice little left. Treasury yields lift HAMAs went off the back of that too. We're up five basis points almost on the ten year. Two point five four four percent on TV now up three bases points to two point three eight nine percent in the FX market following that story a reflection of the yen. We everything cast stronger against the dollar euro dollar a half of one percent and some outperformance from that growth. Proxy internationally, globally, the Donna positive by six tenths of one percent. But let's begin with key one season. It starts right here. On Wall Street and J P Morgan is up in the pre market by more than two percent. Want to catch up with Bloomberg's title Rix now to break down the headlines could morning cider. Hey, john. Yeah. We just had a lot of headlines coming in. And so far I would. I'd say so good so far which AP Morgan the first quarter net revenue adjusted revenue beating expectations at twenty nine point nine billion dollars and John Whitcomb. I as well was the Fiqh and the equities trading beat so first quarter fixed sales and trading revenue is also coming in with the beat at a three point seven billion dollars versus estimates of three point six seven and equities trading as well coming in above expectations just lightly at one point seven billion versus estimates of one point seven three billion and then investment banking revenue. Also coming in with the beat up about ten percent year-over-year investment banking getting a big boost from some debt underwriting, and what really caught my eye here. John is the difference and the beat in that thick and the equity trading because so far you and I have talked about repeatedly the big moves that we had in the Vicks and the move index which tracks the volatility on interest rates and interest rate and bond volatility has been much higher. So we had some pretty big expectations on the fifth trading. A not as many expectations on equity so important here that both came in with a beep so tightly the numbers little bit lights. We'll have the co you'll be on that we're gonna be talking about the results. A will. We be talking about the grilling on Capitol Hill. Yeah. That was very interesting. You know, I think that the grilling on Capitol Hill is behind us, John we heard from those seven CEOs this week and the key. Takeaway for me was that they came out relatively unscathed. All the CEO's said that, you know, slowing growth was perhaps maybe some of the biggest risks that the banks face. But none of it is the stomach that these banks are safer and stronger than they were ten years ago. And you saw the share price reaction on that day and the day after rising for all of those major banks is there's no new legislation facing these banks now than there was before the hearings. So all of the things today that we'll be hearing around forward guidance adultish fed how these banks can still continue to turn out record profit. I can't shove with USO. Tyler will be breaking down. The Bank story for us of the next couplet is Wall Street kicks off coupon. Want wanna continue this conversation bringing David George now pets senior research analyst, good morning, David you, I take place. Good morning. Well, it was a pretty good quarter. I think it was a strike was fairly broad based with with good results from kind of a general Bank as well as a much better than expected capital markets quarter. I think they they lowered the bar kinda mid-quarter and jumped over quite notably with the capital markets numbers this morning. So tell me about what we've seen relative to the base affects and relatives the story coming forward. What does that look like for the rest of this year? Oh, I think it's steady as she goes really for J P Morgan they continue to execute quite well and taking market share really in all of their businesses. And obviously, there's some macro issues that all the banks going to have to deal with most. Notably challenge rated firemen and a credit quality environment. That can't get a whole lot better. By the time. They continue to execute. Well, and not only performing well. But also returning a significant amount of capital shareholders in the form of significant five accident as well so steady steady outlook and outlook. David his the quote, jump Sansa may net. Interesting come was fourteen point six billion eight percent, predominantly driven by the impact of high rights. Those high rights won't be there for the what makes out for it. It's a good question. I think it's fair to assume that Jonathan that growth is going to slow from income perspective as a lot of demand likely normalizes or towards the mid single digits and higher rates will be probably probably less of a tailwind. But nonetheless that that kind of environment should still be interested still allow JP market grow at a reasonable rate going forward the reasonable right going forward in the last ten years JP Morgan Infosys without the lift this morning of two dollars and change fourteen point five percent per year is what they've done in this great post-crisis bull market. A lot of the numbers today are two hundred basis points to full percentage points above nominal GDP. What's the growth rate, you perceive or should be expected in the stock? Over the next ten years. I would expect I would expect it to perform while perhaps not as well as it has been last Sherm over the last ten years to keep in mind. We're coming off a once in a lifetime kind of a crisis. And now we're coming off an environment where things can't get a whole lot better. So we would expect a more subdued yet positive growth outlook over the next ten years. It's going to be one that is characterized by perhaps lower growth slower GDP, lower rates and countdown on on and off again credit iphone? I was thunderstruck out. Brian Moynihan of Bank of America testimony other day alluded to his predecessor in some of the challenges of misspent acquisitions twelve and thirteen and fourteen years ago is J P Morgan and the others are they advantaged because they're limited in what they can do their strategic vision. I don't know that they're limited. I think what it has done as it's made them or disciplined with respect to how they allocate capital in other words because they're not able to do aquisitions. They'd be cats become better at blocking and tackling running their banking businesses, respectively in order to be able to take share from peers, I think for for twenty years thirty years, many of these money center banks have focused on getting bigger rather than getting better. And I think the story at the last ten years is one where the big banks have gotten much much better from a competitive and an execution perspective just insensitive final question late cycle. That's what most people would call this. We've already discussed how much revenue growth they get from high rates. No one is expecting high rights anytime soon. I'm just wondering if the high revenue growth doesn't come from high rights, if it's hard to make the argument the volumes can I count for it. Have these Bank stoke stay well. I think they do well by continuing to execute on on a day-to-day basis. I don't think that at eight nine ten times earnings Jonathan I'm not of that the market is expecting or pricing in a significant amount of growth. I think that Bank investors probably need to recalibrate their expectations for growth opportunities that certainly going to be more subdued. But, but I think in some of your guests have said this pass one can make the argument that these companies are less risky from the credit perspective, and they certainly have much more capital today than they've had in the past which I think makes them less susceptible to economic shocks. And I think over time, particularly to the extent they truth, they're resilient. You could make the case that they get re rated a little higher from a multiple perspective compared to the equity market, probably David cash, David George joining us on the latest results as Jackie Malkin, kicks off coupon expense senior. Research analysts good morning to you, Mr. K joining us from Washington DC this morning what he walks up to good conversation. He says I can get around amazing of the new slows extraordinary, but amazingly wonderful conversation was smart smart people. And then John the news flow, including the this transaction, Chevron in Darko is Stewart Wallis mentioned much of this has been widely presumed someday this will happen in here. It is the morning where the premier explorer Anadarko taken out by Chevron, Mr. lawless, didn't mince words, John More of this to come. Did you watch any Gulf yesterday? No, I didn't want to single second of golf. I was International Monetary funding it and the journalists into goal on the radio we listened to golf as well for fifteen on Bloomberg radio. Excellent. I did see a little bit. I saw somebody sink. Wonderful putt. I could never sink in my life. Which would you be able to tell us who that was? Kane in Washington Jones Huck joining us as well. This'll be fun for the next couple of aspects show and so much to discuss ahead of the opening New York futures looking good looking nice up a half of one percent on the pay five hundred dollars from the FX market. Treasury yields are a little bit higher as well. And the data in China encouraging some people at least yields up five basis points on a ten year two point five full five percent. This is Bloomberg..

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"david george" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

13:59 min | 3 years ago

"david george" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Following up on that story. We let our newscast with tonight the double shootings in the mosques in New Zealand two mosques attacked by four people who are in custody. Forty people now have been killed in that mosque attack twenty injured forty people dead in it is Islamic mosques in Christchurch New Zealand sad story. All right back to David's sushi is our special guest. David, of course, is the book called why planes crash David can people still get the book? They do. It's not available as it used to be. It was all sold out. So I read this you did under a another title called, safer skies. Okay. And so they loved it. We'll update let's go to the phones Joe in the Bronx taken away. Joseph gopher Joe good. It david. Now, I understand a black box. It's on its way to French twenty two labs to be analyzed and evaluated. What information? Do you speculate? We'll be gleaned from that process. And also why can't they have software that is self regulating self-monitoring and has the ability to make the necessary adjustments to the main software while the plane is in flight, the two really good questions. But what what we hope to get out of the black boxes. There's about ten thousand data points that the the flight data recorder records, but and we are going to get some information from the the voice recorder. But I'm not sure that will give us a whole lot more than what we already know. But what what would be important to get off that black box right now is we would know more about whether the. Angle of attack indicator was giving a wrong signal or if the software itself is responding to signal incorrectly. Those are two different things. And so those that's where you would know what we get off that box is gonna tell us whether or not the software fixes that. Boeing is proposing to send out in April are going to actually fix the problem or not. So it's a double check to make sure that the things that they put in play to to correct. The way hair accident are the same things that would fix what happened to the opium airplane. So that's on the black box. Second question software. Does do that. It doesn't continuously. There's seven different computers actually that work in in conjunction with each other. And so excuse me on on this airplane. There's only five but on the Airbus there's seven, but they all work in sync with each other. And if one software gets haywire. And the other one takes over for it. But does it self-correct itself? No that would. Fall into the art official intelligence which hasn't been actually approved for use within the FAA system yet. David how long have the max jets been in circulation just a couple of years, actually? And so these were the first episodes in in two or three years. Yes. Yes. It is. If you were Boeing would you have grounded the planes immediately after the initial October crash with lion air. No, I would not have I I would have been just as confidence they are that that the fixes that they put in play with with fix the problem, and notifying, the pilots and training. Testing all the angle that I think I would have probably done with my maintenance background because I'm an aircraft mechanic. I would've thought well, it's probably maintenance failure. So let's just replace all the angle of attack indicators probably would have been my response now with the second crash. Would you young? I would not have hesitated. One second because with that airplane. You have streaming data that airplane had all the information you need. It had already been sent out across the satellite and was available to literally everyone in the world. So there was no question that this was related in my mind to the first accident. Do you think that those in Boeing who were responsible for the software development know, exactly what went wrong? Oh, there's a lot of finger pointing going on right now guarantees. Oh my God. I bet they're shouting and screaming it's it's warming as many wires as go back and forth between the indicator and in cash in the. Flight data controller. That's how many fingers are pointing right now. How'd you like to be the guy responsible for this? He's gotta live with himself on this. It's tough. I mean, even the CEO Gabriela of the CEO of Ethiopian, you know, he struggles with it. And I sent a message to him through a friend of mine July dare who's who serves with me on the world aviation for them. And I sent a message to him descend got ready to tell him that. He's not alone in being can you imagine being CEO of a company, and you're trying to do everything. Right. You're trying to make sure they just the safest airline in the most proud of this happened. Yeah. And then this happens to you. And you think it's your fault. Because you don't know. I mean Boeing is saying this happened or that happened. Did he make it as safe as he could? But I reassured him that, you know, having been in this situation myself, if you've read my book, you know, that I've made some safety decisions didn't make safety decisions that could have saved lives, and you live with that the rest of your life. It changes your trajectory, and what you're going to do and how you live your life. And my wife says I've been in penance ever since that happened to me, and you do that you do when you find you're responsible for the loss of life. When you're intending in your whole career is based around saving lives. Oh, it's it's something you can never never. I forget let's go now to Stephen and Fontana California west of the Rockies Steven thanks for holding. Go ahead. George end, David George first of all thank you for having such an educational show. Apple earned so much over the years that listen to you. Dr steven. Staff or staff does it's we're we're we're we're just the facilitator, Stephen. But our staffs the great folks, they're the ones who see you're a you're a management person. Like me. You're, hey, I'm not the smartest guy, but I surround myself that's the trick. You know as as but. David. Couple of questions and. And you can tell me what your thoughts are. I know the investigations motto ver I spent thirty eight years working for one company ten of running ramp that we'd launch forty aircraft today and turn them so side the certified. I also have my I know this is a big deal to you guys compared to the rest of the smart people out there. I have my via far. Pie pilot's license. I understand. And I go back to what David said, it's. Or maybe one of the color set. It's. Here's my question for David Kay. C g center of gravity for the plane. What is the commercial airline? No. What? What? My team had to validate the CG, and I want this to be an educational call for people that don't understand why aircraft fly that's number one. And then number two. Okay. CG's Atta balance. So that's why it took them two hundred seventy miles to get a seven thirty seven off the ground, which is way too law. That's almost the whole runway. Yeah. Well, there's a foreign in no return as you. Well know, right that you just gotta throttle up and hope for the best. So they did that they got the thirty thousand feet as say flip flop went up and down. It shows me that the center of gravity saw. And then secondary to that. Once they started to know nosedive why didn't for new lease principle kit which Craig tie and low pressure. It really makes aircraft fly. The okay good questions. Thank you much overhead. David. What do you think? Well, let's address the center of gravity. I in another recent aircraft crash, which was the Amazon prime. It doesn't seem to have affected. The news too much. You know, it wasn't that pronounced that it happened. And there were four lost souls on that airplane that we were certainly tragic, but in that case, I do believe the serve gravity caused that in the load shift. And that's what we're what we're speculating at this point that that's what happened with the atlas airline that happened there. So certainly certainly gravity can cause many many issues and problems with aircraft and have caused many accidents. Now in this case, the the reason we don't think that's really center of gravity related on this is because we we do show that there's a nominees in signals that came from the the angle attack indicator, and and the responses that that we have readings from on that were streamed through the aid ESP. So we don't think that it was that one of the suspicions. We have is to why it took so long to get off the runway was that the that angle of attack indicator. Are actually had ruinous readings coming out this show twenty five hundred foot per minute climb when the aircraft was still on the runway, which is of course, not possible. Even if the planes were flying today, would you get on a seven thirty seven max. You know, I put it this way before and I'll say the same thing again, if I was flying for business, and I had to be someplace in the last minute, they swapped out max eight and I had to fly on it. I most likely would get on it. What I would not do is ask my granddaughter or more my family to get on it. Okay. That's a good question. And good point good point. I I've got to tell you though, I I will support US mechanics over any foreign mechanic any day of the week. I'll tell you that. That's a good point because we do in this industry. There's a lot of subbed out maintenance on these aircraft and one of the issues that we had when I was still with the FAA back. This was back in two thousand four or five. I went over to London and worked a lot with with a company over there on the seven forty seven parts that were being repaired over there. And they were sending them those parts to another country. The biggest problem with that was not necessarily the mechanics were bad in this other country. It was a language issue. It was their -bility to understand the manuals, then converted. But as you probably know when you talk one language, and you and technical terms, you you really can't translate directly when you're talking about technicians and technical terms. So that really created a lot of problems in the maintenance wasn't being properly because of that communication problem time for a couple more calls first time caller Joseph. And San Diego's with Joseph. Go ahead, sir. Hi, george. Hi, David, Gerald. I I don't have much time. So I I was gonna talk about a few things that I thought was we're possible. But I know Nassar's has got all the information, but I should have to watch and the IBM computer. And but I think they already know what's wrong. But, but my my my theory is is that the the nose of the aircraft is definitely designed for and I'm not I'm not scientists, but also intuitive. But I I saw this coming months ago. I knew there was gonna be big crashes with this with this plane or just crashes in Genesis planes because I I I'm an intuitive. I've predicted the Mexican quake and some is, but okay, the point is I think knows in in these engines are huge and this plane is not a seven forty seven. It's a small it's smaller design and anything think that. The question of them not having enough time to put up the appropriate software, and it's absolutely ludicrous. And I think a lot of these countries are over their head would this would these planes, and they're not trained at the latest crashed is the gentleman had two hundred hours. Wake should have fifteen minimum standard in the US. So I don't know what it was..

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"david george" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"david george" Discussed on KOMO

"Family so close to to that kind of danger. The idea that you have to make this choice to take somebody's life. You could be a psychological burden or in the case of damage on a physical one. Doing well today, nearly fourteen years later mccown still suffers in pain, I get fathom canes that will crush stabby sensation November twentieth. Two thousand five government had already shot five people inside the Tacoma mall. Mccown a CPO holder confronted the shooter. But it was Dan who was shot. Not the gunman accounts bravery, still credited for ending the chaos and despite the suffering. He has no regrets societies applied society. And the best thing about a concealed weapons permit is my gun protects you. John host John West coast armory north reminds people CPL is more than just a right? That's the unique power, and it's an enormous responsibility. He teaches more than just safe handling and gun laws, but also moral thoughtfulness should someone die the executed for punching someone in the notes, then why would you even consider pointing a gun at people in those circumstances. Cautionary example, two years ago in spanaway a convenience store owner was sentenced to eight years in prison when he shot and killed an unarmed. Man, he believed was robbing his store, and it's cases like these that worry Robert Silber of Washington cease-fire that the fact is if there's a gun in a whether it's a home or in a public place, the more likely violence is going to occur with the use of that guy. He believes this will be part of the next gun debate. What is going to be allowed? Whether it's open Kerry, whether it's going to be concealed weapons. Meanwhile, both David George, Dan. Mccown continue to carry Jesse case. A worst case scenario happens again to help people in need in. That includes yourself. Carrying this..

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"david george" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"david george" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Showers and a slight chance of thunderstorms in the forecast today. Sacramento Sacramento's expecting a high of fifty seven degrees. San Francisco will reach fifty eight later Oakland will have a high of fifty nine and San Jose can expect a high of sixty the time is now eight forty six it's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm David Greene. President Trump's nominee for attorney general William bar face some sharp questioning this week from senators who wanted to know just how independent of President Trump. He would be the relationship between the chief executive and the nation's most influential lawyer is sometimes cosy, although also sometimes tense as was the case between president Lyndon Johnson. And his attorney general Robert Kennedy, nNcholas Katzenbach, succeeded Kennedy as attorney general, and here's how he viewed the relationship between president Johnson and Robert Kennedy. They didn't like each other. They had the work together politically, and they did. But it was not easy for either of them. We want to bring in commentator Cokie Roberts for. Are ask Cokie segment where she takes your questions about how politics and the government work and go figure many of you had questions about this relationship, and we'll get right to them either Cokie. Hi, david. All right. So actually one of the questions we got gets right at that. Kennedy Johnson relationship with the question, California. This is Lee Williams in Santa Barbara cookie. Wasn't there a mega mess between Bobby Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson? How did they get resolved? A mega mega mega mega mega man covers all by Kennedy resigning in September of nineteen sixty four to run for the Senate, and he was elected in November. But the two men really did dislike each other. They distrusted. Each other Johnson was always sure Kennedy was out to get him. And keeping the flame of his brother Jack alive to overshadow the new president, you listen to the Johnson tapes, David and the conversations between the two or just just painful to listen to but their problems personal not on policy matters and took Kennedy became an opponent of the war in Vietnam. Several listeners actually pointed out that Kennedy's appointment as AG was controversial in part because of nepotism, right? I mean, he was John Kennedy's brother, right and campaign manager and not appointment was highly controversial at the time. And when Eisenhower appointed his campaign operative and former Republican National Committee, chairman Herbert brand now to the job there were outcries, but Brownell turned out to be a very tough attorney general supporting civil rights recommending a progressive southern judges and then chief Justice era one, but it goes back to the beginning. David George Washington appointed his revolutionary war aide-de-camp, Edmund Randolph is the very first attorney general but Randolph also I must say had a distinguished career in government after the war. Well, here's a question that came to us about the relationship between the president and AG not on a personal level. But in terms of of what the law says it comes from Ruth Compton. And she wrote doesn't the taken oath to defend the constitution. And she went on to say that maybe conflict exists because the president isn't always protect. Acting and defending the constitution. She wrote. I don't see this. I must have misunderstood the constitution piece. Well, obviously, the most famous case of insurance general defending the constitution over the president's wishes was the so called Saturday night massacre. When Nixon ordered his attorney general Elliot Richardson to fire the special counsel investigating Watergate, which it's an refused and resigned. The deputy attorney general refused and was fired. But more recently, there's the case of John Ashcroft refusing to certify the legality of George W Bush's domestic surveillance program. And that's a dramatic story. Featuring names are in today's headlines the president's lawyer and chief of staff went to the hospital where Ashcroft was in the ICU to get a signature, MRs Ashcroft alerted the Justice department and the acting General James Comey got to the hospital. I with FBI chief Robert Muller telling agents victim Ashcroft refused to sign and Bush changed the problem. Yes. Right. One of the most dramatic moments at least in my memory of involving an attorney general that was incredible. Thanks coach. Could you David always great to talk to commentator Cokie Roberts, and you can ask Cokie your.

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"david george" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

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"It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm David Greene. President Trump's nominee for attorney general William bar face some sharp questioning this week from senators who wanted to know just how independent of President Trump. He would be the relationship between the chief executive and the nation's most influential lawyer is sometimes cosy, although also sometimes tents as was the case between president Lyndon Johnson. And his attorney general Robert Kennedy, nNcholas Katzenbach, succeeded Kennedy as attorney general, and here's how he viewed the relationship between president Johnson and Robert Kennedy. They didn't like each other. They had the work together politically, and they did. But it was not easy for either of them. We want to bring in commentator Cokie Roberts for our ask Cokie segment where she takes your questions about how politics and the government work and go figure many of you had questions about this relationship. And we'll get right to them either Cokie. Hi, david. All right. So actually one of the questions we got gets right at that. Kennedy johnson. Relationship with the question, California. This is Lee Williams in Santa Barbara Cokie wasn't there? Mega mass between Bobby Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson. How did they get resolved a Megan mess? A mega mega mega medicine covers all by Kennedy resigning in September of nineteen sixty four to run for the Senate, and he was elected in November. But the two men really did dislike each other, and they distrusted each other Johnson was always sure Kennedy was out to get him. And keeping the flame of his brother Jack alive to overshadow the new president, you listen to the Johnson tapes, David and the conversations between the two or just just painful to listen to but their problems for personal not on policy matters until Kennedy became an opponent of the war in Vietnam. Well, several listeners actually pointed out that Kennedy's appointment as AG was controversial in part because of nepotism, right? I mean, he was John Kennedy's brother, right and campaign manager and not appointment was highly controversial at the time. And when Eisenhower appointed his campaign operative and former Republican National Committee, chairman Herbert Brown now to the job there were outcries, but Brownell turned out to be a very tough attorney general supporting civil rights recommending a progressive. Southern judges and then chief Justice era warn, but it goes back to the beginning. David George Washington appointed his revolutionary war aide-de-camp, Edmund Randolph is the very first attorney general but Randolph also I must say had a distinguished career in government after the war. Well, here's a question that came to us about the relationship between the president and AG non personal level. But in terms of of what the law says it comes from Ruth Compton. And she wrote doesn't the taken oath to defend the constitution. And she went on to say that maybe conflict exists because the president isn't always protecting and defending the constitution. She wrote. I don't see this. I must have misunderstood the constitution piece. Well, obviously, the most famous case attorney general defending the constitution over the president's wishes was the so called Saturday night massacre. When Nixon ordered his attorney general Elliot Richardson to fire, the special counsel investigating Watergate Richardson, refused and resigned. The deputy attorney general refused and was fired. But more recently, there's the case of John Ashcroft refused. To certify the legality of George W Bush's domestic surveillance program. And that's a dramatic story. Featuring names are in today's headlines the president's lawyer and chief of staff went to the hospital where Ashcroft was in the ICU to get a signature, MRs Ashcroft alerted the Justice department, and the acting attorney General James Comey got to the hospital. I with FBI chief Robert Muller telling agents not victim. Ashcroft refused to sign and Bush change the problem. Yes. Right. One of the most dramatic moments at least in my memory of involving an attorney general that was incredible. Thanks cokie. Could you talk to David always great to talk to commentator Cokie Roberts,.

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