35 Burst results for "Deputy Commissioner"

Why AJ Approves of CNN's New Boss Chris Licht

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:33 min | 2 weeks ago

Why AJ Approves of CNN's New Boss Chris Licht

"If you listen to my politics is a bit show, you know that I'm very happy with CNN's new boss Chris licked and what's he's doing with that network. He's basically getting out all the bullshit. He's getting rid of the people who had a very slanted view of news. He wants news that's more central. You know, yes, they're probably still going to lean left, but not like they were leaning in the past. He wants factual based stories. And he made a couple of big hires the other day. One of which was a guy named John Miller who is now CNN's chief law enforcement and intelligence analyst Miller used to serve as the New York police department's deputy commissioner of intelligence and counter terrorism. You might have seen a lot of him with whenever there was a terrorism story or a bin Laden story. But before that, John Miller worked as a correspondent for CBS News and ABC News, he actually landed a very rare interview with Osama bin Laden back in 1998. It was also the former co anchor of ABC's 2020 and he worked for a decade as an investigative reporter for WNBC in New York. And he's obviously going to help deliver to what Chris look says is CNN's commitment to tackling complex issues while presenting audiences with independent objective news and meaningful analysis across platforms.

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 IRS asks Treasury watchdog to probe Comey, McCabe audits

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

IRS asks Treasury watchdog to probe Comey, McCabe audits

"The IRS is chief is asking for an investigation into tax audits targeting former FBI director James Comey and his top deputy Commissioner Charles rettig wants the Treasury Department's watchdog to review the circumstances of intensive and rare audits of both Comey and X FBI number two Andrew mccabe Donald Trump repeatedly attacked both men over the bureau's Russia investigation and IRS spokeswoman confirms the probe that says it's ludicrous and untrue to suggest senior IRS officials somehow targeted specific people for the audits The New York Times reports Comey was told of his audit three years ago and mccabe last year Sagar Meghani Washington

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"deputy commissioner" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:49 min | 3 months ago

"deputy commissioner" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"As we continue in the 8 30 hour we welcome in WRC and news radio. And now I believe we have John Miller on the phone. That's correct. John Miller, he's a deputy commissioner of terrorism, intelligence and counter terrorism for the NYPD. He's also the former associate deputy director of the national intelligence for analytical transformation and technology basically he is one smart guy, and we want to break down what does this mean about this new restrictive law, deputy commissioner John Miller, how are you, sir? I'm good, and it's good to be back with you. So there's no Texans coming up with their 6 guns on their side tomorrow morning, are there? I'm sorry, say that again. There's no Texans coming up across the bridge with their side arms on their side. Oh, well, no, no. That's the wild wild west. The worry here is that they're going to make this the wild wild east. So what does this mean because a lot of people seem to be confused, but the law doesn't really change. Can you explain that to our listeners? Sure. So the first thing is, it doesn't mean anything today. Nothing changes today, nothing changes tomorrow. So let's go through the mechanics of it because it's actually important. The Supreme Court took on the issue of whether New York State as one of the 6 states in the nation that makes people prove a special need to carry a concealed weapon. Whether New York State has that right under the Second Amendment to the constitution, which guarantees the right to bear arms. So the court ruled that New York State does not have the right to tell people that they have to demonstrate a special need. They just have to demonstrate in order to obtain a legal pistol license for concealed carry that they're not a convicted felon and that they fit the criteria of the license. So that's what the Supreme Court ruled. Now why is nothing different today after that ruling? Because what the court did was, after making that finding, they sent the case back down to the Court of Appeals here in the second circuit where the original case was brought, and basically said to the court of the Court of Appeals. Okay, now you have our constitutional judgment as to whether that rule has to go or not. So there it is. Now go back with your plaintiffs and your defendants and go back to litigating your case. So it will find its way back to the court and the parties will find their way back to that courtroom. And they will re argue, well, what should the parameters be now based on the Supreme Court ruling? So that means in the weeks or months to come, they'll have to hash through that. So what could happen? What could happen is that a lot of people who don't have a need that they can demonstrate to carry a concealed weapon may apply and that the number of licenses for concealed carry may surge from where it is now, which is about 3500 people who have business carry licenses and then a couple of thousand more who have licenses to carry as guards, but only on duty and only while they're at work, and they leave that gun behind. So really, the relevant numbers, the 3500 and what that number might go up to if many people apply to carry guns. So commissioning at Cox here, you don't need to have a special need to have a gun at home for self defense. Is that right? That's right. And that's a lower bar in terms of issuing the license. Now that lower bar is extending to, if you have a concealed weapon outside your home, is that in essence, the essence of the decision? So that is the essence of the decision, but with a caveat, which means then we get back to nothing changes today. If you have a business premises license at your store or your place of work, if you have a residence premises license at your home, this ruling does not convert that license to a carrier license. You will still have to go through an application process. If you so desire to get a license to carry that outside. So that's kind of the mechanics of it. Deputy commissioner John Miller, so this doesn't mean if we have a gun at home, we can come and bring it then into the city and carry it with us wherever we want. No, that's correct. Yeah, I guess people have a lot of questions. If you have a gun at home and you live in the 5 boroughs and you have your dual locked and all of a sudden, somebody gets into your apartment, you have the right to shoot you feel. Well, you have the right to defend yourself against deadly physical force. So if somebody comes in your apartment and they're charging at you with a crowbar and you have your legal gun at home, that is one of those things that a district attorney would probably say, we're not going to prosecute you before. On the other hand, if you go into kitchen and the burglar is pouring himself a glass of milk, you can't blow his head off. That's another one that's going to go to the district attorney because you're really going to have to articulate what was going through your mind and why you perceive deadly physical force, which cause you to react with saying. Debbie commissioner Miller, this David Patterson, do you think that the proliferation of illegal weapons that there's so many of them now as compared to years ago that now, really, the issue of what you do to get a license is really kind of miniscule compared to what is really the cause of crimes these days.

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"deputy commissioner" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:55 min | 10 months ago

"deputy commissioner" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Is the deputy commissioner of the department of streets and sanitation in Chicago Why is it that in Chicago we pull the cars off the streets even when it's not going to snow Why don't we wait until there's snow coming and then tell people to get off the streets Because this is Chicago and you just never know It's going to be 60 tomorrow And then it could I mean if you listen to the weather stations last night they were saying we were going to see snow this morning So in Chicago you just never know So we always want to be prepared and use platforms like yours to get that message out We've used multiple platforms which we saw decrease from the numbers 17% less from last year and 22 compared to 22% compared to 2019 So like I said I want to thank you for this platform to help us get the message out How many vehicles then did get ticketed and toad Last night it was a 192 And then to put into perspective in 2019 it was two 48 So we saw that number go down 22% And it was just we've been pounding the trying to get the information out to we fired cars on the 107 miles We got on multiple platforms the mayor had a press conference on winter weather preparedness the other day and we got it out on that We're just begging people to understand that this was put in effect in 1979 after the blizzard And we've learned from every large snow event the key is to keep people moving in the city of Chicago What happened in 79 We had that blizzard you know that people I'm sure remember and it was just we learned from everyone from 99 to 2011 to 2015 the Super Bowl blizzard We just constantly learn and make adjustments and pivot where need to pivot and just keep people moving These are on bus routes So we've got to keep people people rely on that to get around the city and to get to and from work and get to and from hospitals and so forth So we've got to keep those moving I understand that and then you've got if there's the two inch snow band as well And that's for the other arterial streets right Yeah and that's will come out and will announce that That's something that we do come out and announce and we say hey we're in an odd crazy precarious situation right now with the snow and we got to get this off As we saw last year with the neighborhood streets where the site lines start becoming an issue We can't have that on the mains We got to keep the mains flowing And as the more snow falls in a shorter period of time and the temperature dips you just see those roads miraculously just start shrinking in front of everybody's eyes So give me an example of some of the streets And the idea is that between three and 7 a.m. I guess you could be parked there during the day but you can't be there over night right Yes And it's a bus route I we can get you that information if you wanted to post it through our PIO But the bus router hall said and Clark and all the major streets in Chicago Yes Well here's my problem I feel really bad for these people I know that they're maybe knuckleheads and they don't deserve my compassion but I feel bad for people who now got to go find their car and give somebody 200 bucks when it's going to be 60° tomorrow you know Yeah understood But as I said the weather will literally change And I always use the example of people associate driving situation with snow But you can look at cities like Atlanta and see what it can do to a community and to a city with really no snow Our concern is the ice our concern is that just safety we just want people to just know that hey we're in the snow season We're going to continue to use platforms like this And just we got to get that message out Good job Cole stellar He is the deputy commissioner for the department of streets in.

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NYC Police, Fire Unions Warn of Possible Staffing Crisis as Vaccine Deadline Looms

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:28 min | 11 months ago

NYC Police, Fire Unions Warn of Possible Staffing Crisis as Vaccine Deadline Looms

"Here's the front of the New York Post, vaccine emergency with deadline days away 37% of New York beat cops 35% of firefighters in New York are refusing the vaccine, and they got a big emergency. On their hands. A huge emergency on their hands. In New York. And what are they going to do? Do you think it's by design, listen to this? Here's an editorial in the post by Jason Johnson. And I read this, Jason Johnson as president of the law enforcement legal defense fund, his former deputy commissioner of the Baltimore police department. And the headline of his article is New York City will pay a huge price for de Blasio's vaccine mandate for police. Now think about this. If almost 40% of the beat cops here in New York City are not vaccinated, and they have to get fired? What do you think that's going to do to public safety in New York? If over 35% of New York firefighters are unvaccinated and they get fired, what will that do to public safety? When there are any firefighters to put the fires out,

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Biden Fires Social Security Commissioner Andrew Saul

Todd Schnitt

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Biden Fires Social Security Commissioner Andrew Saul

"Rachel Sutherland at the White House. President Biden has fired the Social Security commissioner after he refused to resign, The White House says. Biden asked Commissioner Andrew Saul to resign and solves employment was terminated when he refused. Deputy Commissioner David Black agreed to step down. Both officials have

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Biden Fires Trump-Appointed Head of Social Security Agency

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Biden Fires Trump-Appointed Head of Social Security Agency

"President Biden is replaced the top two officials in the Social Security Administration both holdovers from the trump White House president Biden had asked social security commissioner Andrew Saul to resign but Saul refused so after researching legal opinions in the justice department the White House terminated his employment the deputy commissioner agreed to resign top Democrats applaud the move but Republican lawmakers are accusing Biden of politicizing the social security agency by removing trump appointees the labor union for federal employees says that operations and morale had suffered under solves leadership and that he should be sent packing biting his named a deputy commissioner kilo low key Chicago C. as acting commissioner Jackie Quinn Washington

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7 people shot outside Philadelphia sports bar

Del Walmsley

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

7 people shot outside Philadelphia sports bar

"Person of interest is in custody after seven people were shot outside of Philadelphia Sports Bar Friday night. Police Deputy Commissioner Joe Dale's says the gunfire came after an argument inside the Gulf and social restaurant then spilled outside when police arrived. They located two Gunshot victims. He also is immediately rushed into a temple hospital. Later rule out that they were additional gunshot victims victims who who who were were were transported transported transported to to to three three three Other Other Other hospital. hospital. hospital. Three Three Three of of of the the the victims victims victims were were were taken taken taken to to to the the the hospital hospital hospital in in in critical critical critical condition condition condition while while while the the the other other other four four four are are are stable. stable. stable.

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Montana's Governor Says Conceal-Carry Law Bolsters Self-Defense Rights

Morning Edition

03:31 min | 1 year ago

Montana's Governor Says Conceal-Carry Law Bolsters Self-Defense Rights

"Will soon be able to carry concealed firearms on campus without a permit. Yellowstone Public Radio's Kevin traveling reports. Montana State University. Senior Chance kind is on his way out the door of his Bozeman apartment, keys, wallet phone, double checking My knife pens. My pencils Got a Glock has is the case Most times kind is in public. He's carrying a concealed Glock 19 pistol in his jeans. Practically muscle memory for the 22 year old to grab heading out the door. We've interest to get some groceries. Thank you. Yeah, but one place he can't carry a concealed gun, His college campus. At least until June. 1st when the new law goes into effect at state universities, a third generation Montana and from a farm and ranch area kind of grew up around guns. After shopping for groceries, he breaks down in brushes his pistol. Well, looks like we're actually pretty. Clinton's students who carry on campus will need to finish the hunters, education or basic gun safety course. Kind, says he's practice, drawing his pistol in front of his bathroom mirror, something he hasn't had to do for real after carrying for 2.5 years, and I thank God every day for that kind, says his father, a former sheriff's deputy taught him to take care of himself and others to be the first line of defense. In case there's an active shooter situation. For example, you are the hidden protector. You're not looking for a fight. But you're willing to finish it. Montana's new governor, Greg Jean Forte, is a friend to gun rights advocates as the state's first Republican executive and 16 years he's starting to enact long held conservative priorities. The right of the people. Keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. During a bill signing ceremony last week, GM 40 railed against gun control measures recently proposed by President Joe Biden said the new concealed carry law bolster self defense rights. Montana University system, and most Democratic state lawmakers oppose the bill, fearing it could lead to accidents and more students harming themselves on campus. Montana has the nation's third highest suicide rate, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Studies have consistently found that suicide risk increases with access to guns. So this is like the main lobby area where a lot of people like Tonto Hang out. Do homework knew our worries MSU freshman and dorm resident Daisy Cory, who's loving her college experience, but just the thought of someone having a gun in the dining hall when I'm just trying to eat a sandwich. Good morning. That's scary. If there's a dispute, she says she won't feel safe next fall. Knowing students may have guns in the library or one of her philosophy class is their signs on the front door that say no nicotine. No tobacco, But you're allowing 18 year olds have guns who are drinking on the weekends and are living with a bunch of people. It's totally crazy to me, Corey says. Hearing about the concealed carry bill unearthed trauma from her childhood in Colorado and age 13. She says she was playing Jenga alone with a friend when he took his own life with a handgun in front of her. Now. Cory says she's considering transferring from MSU. She's hopeful the Montana University system will challenge the new law in court, but Deputy Commissioner Kevin McRae thinks that's unlikely. Instead, he says, the Board of Regents will probably implemented law with an eye toward the 10 states that currently allow students to carry guns on campus. But even the areas that we look to for best practices there are different nuances that Keep this sort of uncharted water and knew. For example, McCrae says, Montana will be the only state to allow 18 year olds to carry guns in dorms for NPR News and Kevin traveling in Helena.

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"deputy commissioner" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"deputy commissioner" Discussed on The Big 98

"Our guest is Paul digs. He is deputy commissioner and chief engineer for Tennessee. D O T. Well, Paul, You know the people think about the D O T. You think automatically all the roads. They fix the roads if you will. The roads. But did you do a few other things? So what? Someone the areas that you cover outside of the just the basic road work. I do think that it Zordon for people to recall that way are the Tennessee Department of Transportation so You know, it's it's not just Um You know it's not just roads and highways, but we're responsible for a whole lot more so just to kind of give you a little bit of snapshot of things, so I mean, certainly were responsible for the state highway system. In Tennessee. There's about 95,000 miles of Rose. Most of those roads or city streets. County roads. They're really don't carry much traffic, but about 15,000 miles of those roads or the state highway network. They carry the bulk of the traffic in Tennessee. We have about 1200 miles on the interstate. You know on and you know, we've got about 20,000 bridges in Tennessee about 8400 of those rules, the state highway system. And of course, the most of the bridge is about over 11,000 of moral, local roads and streets. Si dot does inspect all publicly on the bridges those, so I think people can rest assured that the state of Tennessee is trying to look out work with the owners of those bridges to make sure they're safe. We've got 19 rest areas. 16 welcome centers, nine truck weigh stations. And, uh, you know, there's there's There's just a lot on the highway system. But as I mentioned we are more than just a highway system. So there's bicycle and pedestrian facilities on the state highway network. We've got over 5000 miles of highways that can accommodate bicycles. We've got 203 miles of designated bicycle lanes. There's 497 miles of Greenway's. 172 miles of designated us my crowd, So there are these 172 miles tie in to buy crafts and other states. We've got 917 miles of sidewalks on state route says Well, Uh, There's more. That's gonna be me. E heard the word miles a lot on their multiple miles of everything right. There's 976 miles of commercially navigable waterways. T that actually operates two fairies won over the Continent River, one of the Tennessee River. There's 28 transit systems serving all 95 counties, including the before Big Urban's and the four big largest cities in the state. There's eight small urban systems 10 rural systems. Then that we hear Nashville have a regional computer rail system, You know, you know, with the national star. Yeah, um Owner of a on the transits. Tennessee is a little bit unique in that we're one of just a few states. It's served every county in the Star state with some type of transit service again. T dot does not own knows we support those with programs, mainly grant programs. On the railroad network. There's 22 short line railroads. And six we call class one railroads. CSX Norfolk Southern things like that 2133 miles of those class one railroads. Another thing that's important for economic development is the airport system. So there's people familiar with the five commercial airports in the state that you know you could buy a ticket plan and out of it? We also have 74 general aviation airports on 148 heliports in Tennessee. So so you know, from a high level standpoint. The transportation network in Tennessee's pretty robust and Tennessee deity is involved with just about every aspect of transportation in ST Now on that when you look at the road you mentioned, especially the bridge is certainly have to expect a lot of other stuff, too. How do you maintain that schedule? Do you have a giant list that says on this day? We have to check this out. That is a lot, Tomo. To May. I obviously have a lot of help, but that's a lot to manage. How do you maintain all of that? So course you know, you know for the bridge inspection program. We actually have 17 bridge inspection teams scattered across the state. And we have a schedule. We inspect every publicly owned highway bridge every two years. So and if we have a bridge that is, you know, I mean, we've got bridges over 100 years old. As I get older, we might have to increase that inspection frequency from You know, from 24 months, 12 months or even the six months one of bridge inspection. Typically when deterioration gets to a condition to where we're having to inspect it a six month interval, we typically are very close to having to close it. I would note that the state highway system is very robust and We have reviewed bridges that are, you know, White posted pretty any kind of really lower waiting. But if you could imagine a lot of the city and county on structures across the stage Or some of them or historic structures there. They're getting old. I mean, I know we have trust bridges in the state that were built and like the 18 eighties, so it Z. Some of those structures just were never intended for modern traffic. So you know they're wait, period capacity is a whole lot less than what a modern bridge could carry. What's up in the impact of covert on your operations? Well, you know, we we've got three different types of employees in our agency. So are you know what our headquarters that we were able to weigh have most of our design equipment things like that. We have Internet Internet capabilities, and so we were able to have a lot of that staff work from home. Are our construction folks or mobile offices, so they basically work out of a pickup truck. And so we were able to put some protocols in place to where they don't You know, they need to come to the office for a few days and, you know, do some paperwork and download stuff. And so we did some work with her mobile staffed where they don't get around people very much. On Then we have our routine maintenance. So people patching potholes, you know, picking up trash cleaning ditches. Leaving and just, you know, bridge inspection activities, and so we had to do a lot of work. Where we pulled people instead of having Ah, truck that had, you know, four or five people in it. We've limited interaction of staff and So we've been able to kind of move on under the The president's got guidelines. Transportation industry workers are deemed essential workers, so we really didn't feel it was appropriate. Just send people home. People were Still haven't potholes were still having guardrail here way needed to kind of keep construction underway. So so we've been able to move on. We were able, even with people working remotely. We let over a billion dollars worth the contract, you know, paving roads, you know, widening roads, building bridges and such in 2020, so it's been an impact to us particularly March through June. We had to kind of go in and develop a whole new policies. The procurement of the PPE supplies was a little bit of a challenge, but we worked with team on were able to get everything worked out. So it In a challenge, but we've been kind of working through through things..

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"deputy commissioner" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"deputy commissioner" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"FM HD to Chicago The Big 89, a cumulus station, Chicago got its biggest snow storm in the past two years. News is next, but first WLS Weather Channel Forecast Thunderstorm Warnings continue until five this afternoon, erasing some of that snowfall deficit. Some places have had six inch plus totals today and winter weather advisories to our South 33 this afternoon. 26 tonight with additional two inches of accumulation. Lights knows tomorrow. Colder, high 29 Low 11 tomorrow night. From the Weather Channel meteorologist Scott Larrimore wls AM 8 90 with another update three. Right now we've got 31 at the Lake 32 degrees at Midway and O'Hare Fever is the leading sign of covert 19 use an accurate thermometer for twice daily checks. Protect your loved ones with the Xidan temporal scanner. It takes an accurate reading in seconds and is the on Lee home thermometer recommended by hospitals, Physicians and clinics. Stay safe with extra Jin. While the forecasters were saying, we might get up to eight inches of snow, we didn't quite get eight inches, but some Areas received close to seven inches 6.8 inches in Schomburg 6.1 in Evanston at O'Hare, the official recording 5.8 inches. People were still planning for the worst went to Jule yesterday, so we're stepped up and ready to go crazy. People buy out the milk and bread like it's going to go out of style. But I think since we haven't had a storm, a lot of people are gearing up. We haven't had a storm. This is the biggest snow that we've had in two years in Chicago. Let's get more now from our Nick Gail. Some £280 were deployed in response to the storm. Deputy commissioner Cold Stahler tells the Bruce ST James Show on WLS that the crew's focused first on major roadways. Before hitting neighborhoods. Please be patient with us, because way have to keep the Busses and the emergency vehicles.

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Chicago's Department Of Streets And Sanitation Dispatches More Than 280 Spreaders For Snowstorm

WGN Programming

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago's Department Of Streets And Sanitation Dispatches More Than 280 Spreaders For Snowstorm

"And Sanitation Deputy Commissioner Cold Stahler is calling for patients tonight with snow removal, he says high winds and lake lake effect effect snow snow will will make make managing managing this this snowfall snowfall challenging. challenging. It It happened happened to to us us the the other other night. night. We We were were looking looking real real good. good. At At nine nine o'clock o'clock the the other other evening. evening. It It was was great, great, and and by by 9 9 30. 30. The The whole city was covered so with snow so it can happen and with Lake effect as we've been talking about, you know it's there. So we have to deal with that also also joining Chicago seven. New news says the first crew of snowplow drivers that's out there now consists of 287 people that we have supervision out on the street, keeping an eye on things and then we'll do a switch at kind of clock and bring in a fresh group of 2 87.

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NHL: Canadian teams able to start season in home arenas

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

NHL: Canadian teams able to start season in home arenas

"The NHL believes all seven Canadian teams will be able to start the season playing in their home arenas NHL deputy commissioner bill Daly said the league feels it's cleared to play in Canada during the second wave of the coveted nineteen pandemic this fully follows discussions with the five provincial governments that have NHL teams the Canadian teams will make up the north division in a realignment caused by the pandemic the league released its schedule Wednesday with each team playing fifty six games instead of the usual eighty two the legal to begin the season on January thirteenth I'm Dave Ferrie

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Activision Blizzard Reportedly in Talks with Team Owners to Reduce Franchise Buy-Ins

Esports Minute

01:47 min | 1 year ago

Activision Blizzard Reportedly in Talks with Team Owners to Reduce Franchise Buy-Ins

"Blizzard's franchise leagues buy-ins raised a ton of eyebrows around Esports. It's the o w l kicked it off with franchise fees to the original 12 teams at twenty million dollars each. The aid expansion teams that came after the first season paid even more according to various reports about some reports said that those binds might get up to sixty million dollars. The Call of Duty League was similar all the start of branches paid 25 million bucks for a spot and they haven't had any expansion teams yet. Well that investment has not been recouped and is in danger of crippling franchises the pandemic cause massive turmoil, of course, but the declining popularity of OverWatch is also a key concern according to this report. Western Road, Tony Petty the former Dem will be Deputy Commissioner hired by a be over the summer has been in talks to teens about how to make their organization successful long-term. Nothing has been decided yet. But cutting down those lofty Pines would go a long way and removing the heartfelt by the team's very few e Sports organizations are profitable even the ones with the massive content machines quite a few of the organizations that compete in one foul or both of the CDL and o w l only compete in the CDL or owo. Those are the ones most in danger of folding without an Roi soon. Now, nothing has been decided hear. These are just box but these are talks that have happened for a while and they're incredibly important conversations. The fact that team owners are now less bullish on these leagues, especially the o w l than they were a few years ago is pretty telling if not entirely surprising the main selling point for the o w l was the Geo localized nature of the league and while that hasn't been entirely the fault of a b it hasn't been able to take off. There are no guarantees that even when cope with this model will be song. Either it had never been tried before guess we'll have to wait and see but if anybody wants to keep these leagues around especially the o w l they should be offering discounts on those by ends.

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Breaking Down Tonights NBA Draft: The Players, The Picks, and Virtual Fashion

ESPN Daily

04:38 min | 2 years ago

Breaking Down Tonights NBA Draft: The Players, The Picks, and Virtual Fashion

"Mike schmidts. Thank you for joining me mandy day that you work towards every single year has finally arrived. Yeah i feel like this is our our super bowl and we've been waiting for this forever. I we thought it was going to be in june. And then maybe october and now here in november so you know i think teams and myself are very excited to get this one of the books. Mike schmidts is an nba draft analyst for espn. And he's been traveling the world scouting nba prospects for nearly a decade. I love the nba. draft personally. I went to the draft at the garden. Growing up in new york as a sad knicks fan and i still love the draft. Which tells you something about my own personal pathologies. The weirdness of this draft mike. You said it. This is going to be held in a way that has never been seen before. It's going to be entirely remote adam. Silver the commissioner. Mark tatum the deputy commissioner. They're going to be reading out. Picks live from espn studios in bristol. Where you are right now. So tell me what it's been like for teams and for players to go through this whole draft process in the midst of a global pandemic. It's been very very challenging for teams and players alike from the team side. They're used to having march madness the nba draft. Combine tournaments like portsmouth invitational. Which is where you see. You know a jimmy butler and some of these seniors pop up. They're able to have their individual workouts one on one workouts team workouts. I really have these guys in their building and this pre-draft process that just simply hasn't been the case so think you have teams kind of relying on a lot of these zoom calls right. We've all been kind of zoom jail more or less for the last few months You know they're relying on film. They're relying on intel and then from the players perspective. I think they just want to finally hear their name called. I mean this is the moment that they've been waiting for their entire lives. And so i feel a lot of these kids just having to have this. Push back and push back in push-back. They've each had very different circumstances. I mean some guys are like in the gym working out with nba players. Every day. some are with you know their brother and their cousin and some empty. Jim just one on getting workout. Since so it's been very strange. I guess the thing. I think of when i think about what might be lost in this iteration of the draft like are they going to be suits mike. Are we gonna get like nba draft fashion. That we've been blessed by in the past. Oh we're getting it it's coming it's coming virtually you're not gonna see that same strut the same level of excitement that we generally get in barklays within walking up on the stage but from everything i've seen out on social media everything i've heard. I think the suit game is still going to be strong. Yeah i just want if one of those guys wanna go retro and bring back like the seventeen but in suit. I just wanna make sure. The camera frame contains all seventeen of those budgets. We're gonna do everything we can to get that done. I hope we really really highlight the fashion. Because that that might steal the night to be honest i want to take a deep dive into the top three players in the draft to start here because the three of them. You've been talking about relentlessly for months. Now lamelo ball. James wiseman anthony edwards. They're all still in play for the number one overall pick which belongs of course to the minnesota timberwolves and i want to start with lamelo because we know as the brother lonzo the son of lavar and he chose to play overseas australia instead of going to the college game but for the uninitiated ear. What is lamelo offered to whichever team does end up selecting him tonight. I think he's the best prospect in the draft. Honestly i think if he played at duke kentucky enter any big name college program and he didn't have some of the questions about kind of the circus that has surrounded him at times in his life. I think he would be the runaway number. One pick in terms of his game. I mean he's a big point guard. Six seven close to six foot. Eight is one of the youngest players in the draft. Who was a late bloomer. So i think people remember him as the young you know twelve year old looking kid bomb and half court shots but he's really grown into his frame as great size has the ball on a string as a ball handler. He's incredibly shifty and smooth and his playmaking is ridiculous. The way he sees the game is really really special.

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"deputy commissioner" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"deputy commissioner" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"But I'll tell you if you get a you get a call that says you've been exposed to the disease. And if you're my age at least You think twice about was I careful enough. Have I been? You know, it's it's still a frightening disease until we have a vaccine. Where you know you've got some protection against it. Yeah. Yeah, well, Cathy Wild the New York City partnership. Thank you so much for calling in and we'll catch up with you in. It's the weakest. Thank you, John. Well, the election is over. We're here in New York is their calm. With us this morning is Deputy Commissioner John Miller on DH the morning Deputy Commissioner. How you Good morning and happy Weekend? Well, it's been a little bit more quiet in a congratulate the NYPD on keeping our city safe and Give us an update. Where the heck Ali? Well, I think in terms of you know disorder in the city are worst Case scenario. Wass uncertainty. Which is the longer they're wass riel uncertainty about the election, The more tensions were going to rise in, the more players from both sides would come out, act out and some cases even clash. We had a moment of uncertainty, but I think As the process has taken. Hold us. We've learned more about how the election is unfolding. A certainty becomes more certain. What we've seen is kind of a trailing off of the tension. So We've had some some major marches. We've had some demonstrations and we've had a couple of clashes along the way, mostly of trying to make arrests of people committing crimes. But generally peaceful. Um and you know, fairly cooperative except for those flash points, So I think we're we're in a good place. We're on our way to a better place. Well, you feel things are under control. Now in the police. Ah, are to be able to do their jobs. Right section. Well, I think on Ah On the protest end. I think we're seeing a winding down to smaller numbers. I don't think there's any police department that is more experienced. And better at facilitating it actually accommodating protests in the NYPD. Every year you have the climate march. That's tens of thousands of people. You have a woman's march. You know, that has reached numbers like 250,000 all day without an arrest. So we know how to do it. Um, One of the complicating factors is a lot of the protests have been against us, Um, which puts an emotional pin JJ and it on the part of the protesters to lash out of the officers. Frankly, John, the biggest problem we've had this year is the two twin factors and they're they're linked together. One is almost 100% resisting arrest. Meaning when someone throws a rock or a bottle or pushes a cop or not, you cop over and they go to make that arrest that person resists and the people around him go into the second strategy, which is called the arresting but trying to pull that person back into the crowd while fighting the police. So what used to be a fairly simple arrest now turns into what appears to be a donnybrook, and that propaganda is turned around on everybody's cell phone that doesn't show the beginning. Just the donnybrook and says wire, the police attacking peaceful protesters. So we have been trying to get better that recording and communicating these things, so that events that don't look pretty or put in context, But it's not field battle understand going. We still open, he still has to solve the bail law. To be able Teo be able to deal with crime better isn't action. Yeah. So what We're seeing on the crime front is one. The crime front is suffering from the number of police officers that are being pulled out to police. These demonstrations. Which is ah, dual tension. The second thing is, the courts are back in business. Um, hearings are being held bail is being set in cases that are outside the bail, all meaning. You know, and some of our gun arrests were seeing bail being set, but we're still encountering criminals in the street who are on their second or third gun arrest who are on parole for serious crimes. 8000 prisoners have been paroled from the state president system, which is now at its lowest populace since 1986 And that majority of them have been paroled in New York City, and we're meeting them in violent crimes, and they're not necessarily being violated on that parole and being sent back so We're in a challenging place and we are really trying to focus our precision policing. Teo identify the most violent out there and try to reduce the shootings, which are which are double and the murders, which are up over 30% and maintain our role is safest large city in America. But the challenges are there. No doubt. I mean, you think of that court system that was shut down during Cove. It The fact that they're back in business. That grand jury they're sitting, their cases are being indicted is all good, but think of the backlog of months of cases that they'll have to get through. We have people who arrested in gun collars last year. That I've never seen it. I've never seen a day and neither jail before trial or president after trial, So there's a few bad guys walking around Deputy Commissioner John Miller. Thank you so much for everything you've done for our city and continue to do for our city and keeping all New Yorkers safe. Thank you for checking, and it's.

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"deputy commissioner" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:10 min | 2 years ago

"deputy commissioner" Discussed on KCRW

"This is morning edition from NPR News. I'm Rachel Martin David Greene. We're getting closer to another stunning number. The Globe is nearing one million deaths from the Corona virus. In the United States. The number of new cases is actually on the rise again With about 43,000 cases per day. NPR's Alison Aubrey joins us to talk about these numbers. And also maybe the latest on when we could expect a vaccine. Allison, thanks for being here is always good Morning, David. So where are we headed? As we sort of step back and think about this Grim million milestone of death around the world, You know, I mean, the virus is surging in some places that seem to be successful earlier in the pandemic and limiting the spread so arise in Spain in France areas within the UK back to stricter restrictions because of the rise. India has about six million cases Brazil, Argentina or hot spots. Iraq and Iran. Lots of cases there and here in the US, as you say, after a recent period of decline over the last week or so, there's been about a 20% increase in new cases with multiple states, including North and South Dakota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Old trending upwards. And some experts I've spoken to say this death count around the globe could double from one million to two million by the time we get a vaccine and get most people vaccinated. Which could still be a while, right? I mean, the timeline is so Important in terms of yes, trying to get a handle on this. There are all these questions about how effective vaccine might be once one is approved, And meanwhile, it all seems politicized. Yeah, absolutely. I mean last week on the same day that President Trump's top scientific advisers tried to assure lawmakers on Capitol Hill that there would be transparency in the vaccine approval process that science would rule the day. President Trump Weight in just kind of throwing cold water on the FDA is new rules aimed at ensuring safety and effectiveness and the approval process. I spoke to Josh Sharfstein about this. He's a former principal deputy commissioner of the FDA. He's now at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and he told me that this is not the way it's supposed to work. David President Trump Should leave the agency alone to do its job, he says. What is coming from the White House is bizarre. And I believe President Trump is undermining the process in two ways, one his making judgments about what may or may not work for a vaccine, and he has no basis to do that. But he's also attacking the integrity of the FDA. He's saying that what they're doing sounds political and You know, he's basically hitting at the kneecaps of the process we all depend on and he says. Ultimately, this could really get in the way of people getting vaccinated once we do have a vaccine if they don't trust the process. Well, so just remind me The best advice we're getting is from top officials like the director of the CDC, Robert Redfield. He was talking about a vaccine being ready for all Americans by the middle of next year. I mean, that's still the general thinking among experts, you know? Yes. I mean, that's the best gas. But before then, David, there needs to be solid evidence of both safety and effectiveness. You know, there's so much anticipation so much hoping put into this. Yet, Josh Sharfstein says. We're still very much in the evaluation process, he says. You know officials, including Stephen Han, the FDA commissioner, appointed by Trump should be transparent. Offer up more information. Right now, One of the vaccine trials is on hold. But it's not entirely clear why. If there's a vaccine trial, that's on hold for a safety reason. The FDA should explain why it's on hold and what it's doing to evaluate the concern so that if they wind up announcing that the trials restarting people can have confidence in the fact that the FDA is really looked into the situation. You know, he says. Right now there's just too little information being shared. House and I've talked to some people who I know who have gone through covert and feel like they have stuff that lingers. I mean for weeks for months, and this is what what's being called long haulers me? How common is that? And tell us about what that means? Exactly. Yeah, I mean, it's not clear yet. How commented it And then there are a lot lots of reports. As you say. Many people who Say they've had cove it supposedly recovered but now experiencing lingering symptoms, everything from fatigue too long, hard earned a nerve damage. Anthony found. She was actually asked about this in a Senate hearing last week, and he talked about one recent study David, where doctors did memories on people who had recovered and found that many of them had some level of inflammation in their hearts. I think we need to be careful and just watch what happens because one of the possibilities is that a it could clear up and they have no problem for the rest of their lives. The other things that they could wind up. When you have inflammation. You could have scarring that could lead to a rib. Mia's later on or that could lead to cardiomyopathy. Sze I do not know. What it would be, but it's something we really need to keep our eye out on. So what you here, doctor found. She's saying there is time will tell, But this is certainly something to take seriously. Something else. I mean to take seriously. I mean, just looking beyond people who get sick. The close two million deaths around the world. There's also the economic hardship from from all of this around the world. There's new data now showing that the number of Americans who are food insecure meaning they might not have enough to eat is is really on the rise. But what can you tell us about that? Sure, survey data Federal survey data from this month shows about 23 million Americans reported that their household sometimes or often times didn't have enough to eat. And this appears to be significantly higher compared to the pre pandemic rate. So you know hunger. David is not always easy to spot. It does not mean that people aren't eating anything right. Typically, when people don't have enough money for groceries, they load up on cheap foods that are calorie dense, you know, sugar, refined start kind of junk food. Foods that don't provide the nutrients. The body needs to be healthy. So this might explain why food insecurity and obesity track together. I spoke to Tom Sherman about this. He teaches a course to first year medical students on food insecurity at Georgetown University Medical Center, he says. There are really a lot of factors of play here. I mean, the stress of being poor may also dr physiological changes, such as increasing appetite hormones. You just end up consuming more calories. I mean, there is a pretty significant data suggesting that consumption of ultra processed foods lied to increase wakened. And what we've learned during the pandemic. David is that people with obesity haven't been hit hard by Koven tend to have more serious illness, so the fact that food and security could play into this. It just shines a spotlight on the need to address these issues. NPR's Alison Aubrey always here for some Mondays to help us understand what's happening outside. Thanks so much. Thank you, David. This is NPR news..

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"deputy commissioner" Discussed on In the Garden

In the Garden

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"deputy commissioner" Discussed on In the Garden

"The highest ranking of a world leader. and as being very effective both in the in the pandemic and the kind of crises over there and. And it's it's kind of fun of in include the link at the bottom of the editorial to the actual data and it's it's worth if people are interested in it. Actually is worth taking a look at how. they are able to put the Lens of how other countries see us and how we see that and it doesn't go through all the combinations, but it goes to. A fair number of them and yeah. The bottom line is the United States is not as a as I invoke from the two thousand twelve line from the show the newsroom. United States is not the greatest nation in the world anymore. What is That could question. have no idea. At, this point any great nations of the world anymore I don't know but while could be we're all just human after all. me. But. You know I. I think I think that it is interesting to look at kind of the view. That Is held of the United States by. By other countries and certainly that's that's why when I read your editorial this morning I said get Steve Talk about that on the air today because That's Important I mean it doesn't really I don't think necessarily affect the outcome of legislation Congress or or or. Doesn't really seem to affect the president of very much in terms of his own positions on things in the way he operates. It is a good a good way for just the average American citizen to to consider we we're how we're doing basically. and it's it's small form I. Guess of accountability that respect. So it's always good thing for our elected officials. I wonder I wonder. Well yesterday on the show I wanted to ask you about this yesterday on the show. We kind of stumbled across and maybe this has been reported elsewhere before. It seems kind of an obvious thing to get to. But it hadn't occurred to me before and I. Found it in the course of. Interviews having with Tracy Dolan the the Deputy Commissioner Vermont Department of Health. was asking you about some of the corona virus statistics. State and. She was a little bit shy because she said, well, we have a a UM statistics. Section of the health department and I wouldn't she didn't want to delve into these two too heavily..

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Biden Pledges To Dismantle Trump's Sweeping Immigration Changes — But Can He Do That?

Morning Edition

05:24 min | 2 years ago

Biden Pledges To Dismantle Trump's Sweeping Immigration Changes — But Can He Do That?

"Joe Biden has pledged if he becomes president to dismantle the sweeping changes that President Trump has made to the US immigration system but could buy Don't do that. As NPR's John Burnett reports. It's easier said than done. People most closely watching to see if Biden defeats Trump and reverses. His immigration crackdown may be beyond our borders. Some 700 migrants languish in filthy tents pitched in a public park amid mud. Maps and clouds of mosquitoes. The encampment is in Matamoros, just across the Rio Grande from Brownsville, Texas. They're seeking asylum in the U. S. But stuck here under a Trump initiative known as remain in Mexico while they wait there closely following US presidential race, says Carlo Garcia, an asylum seeker from Honduras. They buy the place our hope in Joe Biden, who's the Democratic nominee because he would shoot the immigrants very differently than Trump has. We hope he will. And change is all of this Trump has created. This is discrimination and racism. Trump is touting that program's success here He is at a rally in Yuma, Arizona. Last tough. We don't want him here. We want him outside. We got sued all over the place. There. We won. So now they don't come into the United States taken Wait out. While the president claims to have restored a broken immigration system, human rights advocates are appalled that what they call the cruelty of his policies. Oh, Marge. Odd. Watt is director of the L Use Immigrants rights project. What the administration has sought to do is to simply turn off immigration and to do it unilaterally. By presidential edict without the approval of Congress. That project should be reversed. And that's exactly what Joe Biden pledges to do. His position paper on Immigration 51 bullet points over 22 pages seeks to roll back Trump's accomplishments and reenact Obama era policies. If I'm elected president, we're going to immediately and Trump's sold on dignity. Immigrant communities restore our moral state in the world are our historic rolls a safe haven for refugees and asylum seekers. Biden says no more border wall no more separating immigrant families, no more prolonged detentions or deportations of peaceable migrant workers. He would restore the asylum system and create a roadmap to citizenship for undocumented immigrants. It's a long to do list. I don't think it's realistic that Biden in four years could enroll everything that trump dead. Sarah Pierce and another analyst that the Migration Policy Institute, a nonpartisan thinktank recently catalog more than 400 executive actions Trump has taken on immigration. From heavier border and interior enforcement to restricting asylum to slashing refugee visas to creating remain in Mexico because of the intense volume and pace of change is the Trump administration enacted while in office. Even if we have a new administration, Trump will continue. Tio have had an impact on immigration for years to come. But Biden faces a host of obstacles that could slow his immigration counter revolution. First, there's the specter of renewed chaos at the southern border last year groups as large as 1000 Central Americans at a time. We're waiting across the Rio Grande into El Paso to request asylum. The Border Patrol was overwhelmed and ended up detaining families in primitive, unsanitary conditions. And no one wants a repeat of that. Ron Vitello, former deputy commissioner of customs and Border protection, worries that Biden will cancel bilateral agreements with Mexico that have dramatically slowed the migrant flow right now decided that they weren't going to continue to help us. You know, people would start coming through like we saw the caravans two springs ago. There's no reason that it wouldn't come back as fast as it Wass. NPR asked a senior advisor to the Biden campaign. What would happen if the new president gave migrants of Green light? The adviser said. They're cognizant of the pull factor. Then there's the issue of the enforcers. Immigration agents have enjoyed extraordinary support from the White House, the Trump administration has bragged about unshackling them to let them do their jobs more aggressively. What happens if Joe Biden tries to put the shackles back on? That isn't something that the lights which you can't change culture within an organization that best overnight. Angela Kelly is a senior advisor to the American Immigration Lawyers Association. So I agree that it's going to be a long long road. A Biden presidency would also find itself skirmishing with conservative lawyers over its reversals. The way Trump has been tied up in federal court fighting the R. J. Hamann is with the Federation for American Immigration Reform. If Biden is elected, and his administration starts rescinding executive actions that Trump had firm legal authority to Dio groups like us will sue. That is a fact. Finally, there's the Pandemic and NPR Ipsos poll showed a majority of Americans support Trump's decision to shut the borders to all types of immigrants to stop the spread of the Corona virus. Biden has not said if he would reverse that order. So it's anybody's guess when the virus will subside and the nation can welcome immigrants again. John Burnett NPR news

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"deputy commissioner" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:45 min | 2 years ago

"deputy commissioner" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I'm John Baxter. This is the John Baxter show. Welcome. Jon Katz. Material of the Cats round table, his conversation with officials and citizens of New York these last hours at Cat's Roundtable that broadcast simultaneously in New York, on Salem Network and also on W A. B. C. The subject matter is upsetting. But those of us who live in Manhattan are ready to face it. Which is the apparent deterioration of the city, especially order during the time of the virus, the city for those who are not here. Is still largely shut down. There's reluctance to return the restaurants do not permit dining inside, but most importantly, security, John a. Very good evening to you your conversation tonight with Deputy Commissioner Miller. Centered on the trouble's on the Upper West Side, a part of the city that is highly desirable. Once upon a time before the virus. There was also a shooting. A murder in front of the whole foods in Harlem and Harlem in the upper West Side are integrated together these many decades of great success. What I learned from your conversation with Mr Miller with Deputy Commissioner Miller is that the city has made it impossible for a balance on the Upper West side because People. Young men, especially who are chemical dependent drug addicted have been put into hotels without adequate services. And suddenly the upper West Side is a place for drug dealers to do business is overwhelmed the neighborhood. Did. Deputy Commissioner offer a remedy for this, John to your ears? Good evening to you. How you John, and we're all very, very much concerned about our city that we all love. You got to remember that New York City was the safest city in the world up to December 31, then that the new laws that the politicians put in place and they took 10,000 prisoners from Rikers Island and put him in the streets of New York put 7000 of them in the cities in New York, the other very significant. I am that you are people should know about our citizens Rudy Giuliani sector Media Day He had 30,000 mentally ill in the hospital's during his administration. Right now. We have 3000. Those people need help. Instead of helping him. We throw on a city in the streets of this city in New York, Tio. It's a problem all New York City finishes I grew up on the Westside. I loved the first sight and I had, I think muffins on the Radio with us. She represents 13,000 Westside liberals that have ah, that has connected together. And it would become a team to to talk about the West side and talk about safety in the West side, and they 99% of them. Voted for glad Geo and they feel that Ah, they will lie to that. And they're not going to make that mistake again s Oh, I You know, I think whether you're Democrat Republican, it doesn't matter. We want safe streets. And I think that's so important. Um, we got to put the criminals that that you are using guns and the criminals. They're using knives and terrorizing our neighborhoods. They belong back in in the writers now commissioned, Miller made an observation. Let the lawyers remember under Blomberg gives a lower that if you've got creating a crime with a gun You go to jail for a minimum of one year, the commissioner says. Well, that Lord still is in effect, except the district attorney's on not prosecuting. In addition, under the new law that you're supposed to let him out on bail. You know anybody that committing a crime with a gun when you end up giving of Ah parking ticket just about a G. Whatever they call it. Daddy's gonna come back to court to say I'm coming back to court to serve by one year in prison. You know you make no no, I I'm especially keen for this weekend, John. The NYPD is concerned because there's generally a spike in holiday weekends. They're finding money in the budget that they do have for overtime. But that shooting in Haarlem warns us what could happen on the Upper West Side. I note that commissioner talked about how the judges and the prosecutors there, not helping because they turn quality of life crimes free. The quality of life enforcement was the way Rooney, Julie I and his police commissioner's tamed the West Side. If you were committing a quality of life crime, you were probably alienated from the community around you, and taking you off the street or depriving you of your freedom was a way of assuring safety That's not now happening, John. In other words, what's happened is all the windows on the Upper West Side are allowing to be broken. They're not stopping it anymore. Well, remember the movie? I think those 13,000 New Yorkers if she described herself as a Westside, right, Democratic, Jewish liberal and going to their windows. Remember the movie opening up the windows man yelling out? We're mad as hell and we can't take it anymore, right? And you know, we've got to make our streets safe again. On one answer was well, it's not gonna happen, so we elect the new mayor in November of 21. And nobody likes that. We also had. Sergeant Mullins represents a sergeant's association on the shoulder. And he says, Well, you know, my men are getting disgusted. Ah, so what's the solution? Ah New York City wants money from the federal government. From Donald Trump. You know, Donald Trump is a businessman, you know, is the most not the most popular guy in New York..

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Lengthy covid testing delays reported by Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Lengthy covid testing delays reported by Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia

"People returning to work. All that has led to a rush on Corona virus test in Virginia. A lot of covert 19 tests or taking a week or more to process our capacity is not able to meet up with the demand. Doctor Paramjit buries the chief deputy commissioner for public health and preparedness in Virginia. We would be ramped up their capacity to think we're doing fairly well in Maine, June and then towards the end of June, as we saw the cases across the U. S. And increase more individuals interested in testing. He believes taking steps to reopen the state triggered the increases simply because having more interaction, the longest delays are in commercial labs, often used by health care providers and drugstore sites. But state labs are starting to see slowdowns to so they're planning to use their federal stimulus dollars this year toe work to increase capacity. Michelle Morello. W T. O P

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New York PD’s Terrorism Official Says Unnamed Groups Planned Protest Violence in Advance

Glenn Beck

01:08 min | 2 years ago

New York PD’s Terrorism Official Says Unnamed Groups Planned Protest Violence in Advance

"York head terrorism op officer deputy commissioner for intelligence and counterterrorism his name is John Miller laid everything out when all of this really began to snowball that was a few weeks ago media still not caught up on this one he said that before the protest even began anarchist groups were preemptively using bail money raising bail money they were recruiting medics planning to give it property damage Miller reviewed six hundred eighty six of the arrest found out that one out of seven were outside from New York and I'm not talking about driving from you know Gruner Connecticut I'm talking about people that it came from other states a long way away now why would they be rioting in New York why by the way the one in seven Rudy Giuliani thought wow that's pretty incredible no that number later grew to twenty percent of the rest came from states like Iowa Nevada Texas why is somebody in Nevada no suddenly writing against the police in New York

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"deputy commissioner" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"deputy commissioner" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Deputy commissioner bill Daly says it will be expensive but a key element to a safe return players we get tested every night Miller the results before leaving the hotel room the next morning or should I be warmer weather channel forecast we'll see a few clouds overnight low in the upper fifties mostly cloudy weather ahead as we go through Tuesday high in the mid seventies and Wednesday good chance of afternoon storms highs up in the low to mid eighties I'm meteorologist mark Thibodeau from the weather channel on seven ten W. Walmart early sixty three degrees your next user to breaking news at once start your day with LED Berman and Michael Riedel in the morning coming up six to ten today I'm Steve greenfield at seven ten W. O. R. A. B. C. news radio station land of America in the gateway to the west good morning good evening wherever you may be across the nation around the world I'm George nori walking to coast to coast AM later tonight human hybrids here's what's happening cities across the country starting to see.

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NHL plans to test players for coronavirus daily if games resume

Murph and Mac

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

NHL plans to test players for coronavirus daily if games resume

"The NHL announced that they will be testing for the coronavirus coronavirus daily if games start happening now this is deputy commissioner bill Daly we'll have a rigorous daily testing protocol pleasure tested every evening in those results are obtained before they would leave their hotel room the next morning so we'll know if they have a positive test whether the player self quarantine he said it's just this is the NHL saying it's expensive but we think it's a foundational element of what we're trying to accomplish each yes cost about a hundred twenty five Bucks to Gary Bettman said that twenty five thousand to thirty five thousand tests will be needed price tag of millions of dollars but that's with the

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"deputy commissioner" Discussed on Rover's Morning Glory

Rover's Morning Glory

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"deputy commissioner" Discussed on Rover's Morning Glory

"Well since two. Since being to that would be two cats like the covid nineteen chart spiking. So that dealer. To I was like okay, but not three and this cat's getting sick. started. Okay! You just have to see wishes that it would go away. Say that. You're. A pattern here just that's all on this very suspicious. let's see. What else all right hockey? No one really knows if or when the NHL will return, but if it does, fans can expect a lot of changes on the ice, the Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly says that infectious disease experts have made some recommendations in the League is considering everything that will cause some modifications to the game. When it just keep player safety top priority, so here are some of the changes that fans may have to get used to for the N. H.. L. No fighting or scrums after the whistle no spitting on the ice, all players must wear full face shields, opposing players stand farther apart on face offs, and all coaches on the bench was a must wear a mask, so those are some of the changes that we might have to go through the ANA NHL if they return. and. I'll end with this jet throw toll. Singer in Anderson has revealed that.

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"deputy commissioner" Discussed on Rover's Morning Glory

Rover's Morning Glory

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"deputy commissioner" Discussed on Rover's Morning Glory

"Well since two since being to that would be Two cats like the COVID. Nineteen Chart spiking getting that dealer to I was like okay but not three and this cat's getting sick started okay. You just have to see wishes that it would go away. Say That you're a pattern here. Just that's all on this very suspicious Let's see what else all right hockey. No one really knows if or when the NHL will return but if it does fans can expect a lot of changes on the ice the Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly says that infectious disease experts have made some recommendations in the League is considering everything that will cause some modifications to the game when it just keep player safety top priority. So here are some of the changes that fans may have to get used to for the N. H. L. No fighting or scrums. After the whistle no spitting on the ice. All players must wear full face shields opposing players stand farther apart on face. Offs and all coaches on the bench was a must wear a mask so those are some of the changes that we might have to go through the ANA NHL if they return. And I'll end with this. Jet Throw Toll Singer in Anderson has revealed that.

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"deputy commissioner" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

08:52 min | 2 years ago

"deputy commissioner" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"The incredible work is being done by the men and women of the department of homeland security and especially the customs and border protection service we have a gentleman on the line a former colleague of somebody else who has the last name Gorka deputy commissioner Robert Perez my wife says hello and she just said he's one of the good guys welcome to America first thank you Dr Gorka please give the lovely Katie our very best here from C. B. P. it is great to be with you and thanks for having me for those who don't know the backstory my wife's three of policy is the trump administration in the palm of homeland security and ended up as the press secretary at the C. B. P. for a commission of Morgan so we're delighted to I have you on the show deputy commissioner parens because we need to talk about everything that still going on on the border what's happening with the war but first in this age of the Chinese coronavirus wow disco via the policy affect you'll work in the C. B. P.'s work on the board up well I will tell you Dr Gorka what what we've been able to do by virtue of the direction provided to us by the health and Human Services department by the CDC really has averted what could have been the arguably catastrophic by way of infection by way of not being able to contain and mitigate the spread of the virus and so if I can backtrack a moment for your doctor right at the very beginning is as you and your listeners probably may recall it would be it the administration put in some very critically important to travel restrictions those were soon followed up with some coordinated efforts with the Canadian and Mexican governments to put in a further it nonessential and essential you know restrictions on the cross border land movement here and the point that I I'd like to share is the fact that look Dr Gorka border border security is national security as as we say very often and and frankly a big part of the entirety of that customs and border protection national security mission in addition to counter terrorism in addition to fighting drug smugglers in addition to arresting gangsters an alien smugglers is the fight against protecting the country against infectious disease this is not the first time we've confronted challenges like this which is where there was H. one N. one weather was the ball in years past obviously an unprecedented challenge with respect to covert nineteen but none the less that that with this global pandemic now being able to effectuate what we're doing on the border by way of the CDC direction to immediately return illegal border crossers who we don't know where they've been oftentimes they're being moved by criminal organizations in very very terrible conditions unsafe unsanitary that's being kept in stash houses by being able to use that authority and turn them right around and to return them immediately to their countries of origin we I've been able to again not only reduce substantially that illegal flow just this last month we announced yesterday and the month of April we saw just over sixteen thousand illegal border crossers which is half the amount less than half the amount we saw the month prior but but again Dr Gokul we've really done is in addition to protecting our communities our country we were protecting our own workforce by not having you know this is a potential as a view of widespread of the virus and we're also protecting the medical capability along that southern border as well all of which is very very critical with this global pandemic he is up Robert Perez deputy commissioner of customs and border protection follow them right now at C. B. P. a deputy commissioner Perez I haven't rehearsed this question with you it's touchy it's sensitive but I half the all skit how is the morale at C. B. P. because not too long ago we had radical voices on the left would attack the men and women who are keeping America safe by calling them fascists saying that you have concentration camps on the border do you at least have a little bit of time to taking a deep breath and is is morale back to where it should be because you have one of the toughest jobs in America how with the guys and gals doing it thank you for the question Dr Gorka I'd first let me start by telling you they are second to none obviously twenty seven years later mine might be somewhat of a site I will admit to being at the senior most career official here in the agency but second to none by way of the professionalism that capability and the just law enforcement where with all these front line agents officers employees in and out of uniform I can't say enough about them morale is good Dr Gorka I will tell you you know these these unique challenges again it's not the first rodeo for us and C. B. P. no matter how and what form they come in this agency sixty one thousand strong has an innate ability to stand up to it to rally to it and to make sure we're doing absolutely everything we can do for the American public and our own communities families and friends I will tell you if you because you raise a doctor broke and I appreciate you asking it it is troubling especially for me at times the sea you know how all of you know with some might miss characterize what we do how we how we do it or even why we do what we do it is a public safety mission I can't say it enough I I hope people especially during this global pandemic and learn and appreciate that the diverse city and the scope of the mission of C. B. P. is unique in law enforcement it is as broad and diverse as you can get and again you know the the the the need to look through perhaps in a different way what we're doing and so many things vis a vis covert all things border security I think is imperative from a public health and safety standpoint literally Sir I can't say enough about these incredible men and women's this agency it's national security its humanitarian it's saving lives it's protecting all Americans not just those who live along the border he is deputy commissioner for customs and border protection Robert Perez followed them at C. B. P. breaking news thanks to Eric Breitbart dot com has announced that there I'm reading an article from Breitbart dot com that's talking about a breaking story at Wall Street journal White House to curb for June five hundreds H. one B. visa workers so the president is very very serious about how the corona virus affects all those people in America who have lost their jobs in the last the victory ninety seconds we have with the deputy commissioner tell us what's going on with the war what's the status of a beautiful wall on the southern border well I can tell you Dr Gorka you know the critical as you know critically important by way of that national security and border security mission just a little while ago I got an updated report we're just over a hundred and eighty miles of new in during capability it is new wall unique capability that we've never had before Dr Gorka it is a wall system it is you also complemented by not just a physical barrier but infrastructure by way of roads light sensor technology and cameras and the like and as as you and I'm sure your listeners have heard I will absolutely attest to the fact that our front line men and women the border patrol agents who are doing this work every day they will be the first to tell you this is making an incredible business visit difference by way of not only the national security mission but their own safety as well Dr Gorka look even with respect to this global pandemic being able to control those illegal flows know exactly what's coming across or even attempting to come across but best yet those that were deterring and impeding right apprehending is is what it does and so we're making progress not slow one down with protecting America with preventing the cartels with church stopping the smuggling of weapons drugs and human beings that's how important the wall is that so important customs and border protection is please stay on the line deputy commissioner when I have a chat with you in the break I'm Sebastian Gorka former strategist to president trump this is America first on the Salem radio network tell touch that dial Mobil.

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"deputy commissioner" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

13:27 min | 2 years ago

"deputy commissioner" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Along along with that brush granny the ex deputy commissioner and myself we're all pointed to talk with players you know which we perceive it you know to do and we also had a couple more committee meetings and we had to do we have conference calls you know also with that then we got to where we ultimately got no player yep I was a off the team the committee pick the ten guys I mean there were five or six guys of which he certainly was one that you could have picked them with payment would have been had every bit as good as if not maybe in some cases a little bit better by the time we got to the you know the ten guys we picked that year the committee did not did not choose him or Joe Dumars either who's a terrific player and also a you know a piston sure did some players dislike R. J. M. yeah I think so you know not being privy to all the you know in fact things that go along with players out yeah I think you could say that there was there were some that didn't but there was no one from magic you know I read where magic then more right Jordan didn't wanna Pippin did morning then maybe Karl Malone was the other name I've seen none of those players had anything to do with him not making the team the committee just you know one in another direction now when you talk about picking an all star team you're talking about taken twelve players on each team so you got twenty four players and added you having been in the league office and been part of that I know I know the feedback you get from that and and think about when you're picking can ultimately eleven produce you know when you pick the last one of the following may own it the end of the feedback and the controversy over it there was a lot you know what the townwide miss Gallo in their lives and you know this other guy on there so you know the team was was there but I mean could I say have made it would would would be certainly been a terrific addition to the team sure it's a great player but he wasn't and you know now with the hero with the last dance you know it's something that's come back into the public consciousness I love the dream team with a one no matter what they would do you know their opponents by twenty thirty but I wonder what the chemistry that team would have been like if I were advising a was there even though no one kept them off the team it was obvious that he didn't have a lot of guys that had good relationships with so I do wonder what the chemistry that team would have been like if he was there on you know something I think it would have been good because he was such a great player any such a simple players such as smart down the court I think it would have been terrific you know the if you know it's taken back and I was with that team all the way Amy had a lot to do with how the team reacted because he was so good at dealing with egos and dealing with people that were sucked out stuff to deal with and the players loved him and he was the perfect guy to coach that team and the other thing is Jordan see Conan never got in the way no don't want no leading score Barkley was a leading role right the leading rebounders were doing and I'm alone Michael if usually go with gotten in the way of I've got to take the shots out that if you start doing what I had a problem but every player on that team the best player was they all know what and he won we didn't care about how many points we scored or how many shots he took or how many minutes he pointed and then to me those things daily on Jordan really help that part of knowing how much you know about coaching in picking the right coaches if you were still running the nets right now who would you pick right to coach this team led by Kevin Durant and I trust your view a mental well one thing they're going to be a lot of guys trying to get that job yeah Kevin Durant is anywhere near the they're going to be a good team and you know I think there are a lot of candidates a lot of great coaches well one thing I found out over the course of time if you have mediocre players and a great coach you're going to be a mediocre team if you have a mediocre coach a great players you're gonna be a pretty good thing you may not win at all but you're going to be back at you that sounds the million rod that description sounds awfully full where did to beat the nets you know with with with your rant coming back and now read who was better as the number two yeah yes and you know one number one gas now yeah I mean you've got you've got the makings of a of a really good team so when you hired Byron Scott obviously and then replace Byron Scott with Lawrence Frank I assume that you had your star player in mind that maybe Jason Kidd I don't know who was in love with Byron Scott anymore and wanted there to be a coaching change how important is it for the president and GM to kind of communicate with their stars to make sure they're happy about who's running the team Hey it's Maria portent and and and conversely it's very important for a head coach to be able to sell his program whatever it is two stars if he can't sell it to its stars then it's it's a tough sell and again of the the other thing there every team has a bass player right right well the problem is that only about twenty two of the team's your best your best player shouldn't be your passport thank you to be your third or fourth best player if you want to have a really good team right right right but but it's Phil Jackson I give him great credit in the two places he was a general clip and then Mike going at Colby and shop he was able to sell his program to those gas now Kobe may not all liked it Michael may may not elected at times because it is Jordan said hello client for docker Allen's had the ball what he sold it to warm and camp the team did wonderfully in a way of doing what he wanted them to do now come on now right you knew Lawrence Frank was going to start out thirteen one vineyard Vinny was what was the thirteen one I always thought all right now all I'm sorry I do not at radi was gonna start out like that right what we we were in a few yeah yeah that I think I may be wrong I think we were like twenty three and twenty one we made the change and we won thirteen in a row right right take control of our division anyway but those were the days kids kids yes yeah he's right what a great trade you made the wrong he's almost there anything that you maybe there's a deal we don't know about but was there anything you regret as you were trying to kind of put the finishing touches on that team that you regret not making maybe there was a move a guy out there you could have a choir and looking back on it you say man if I had made the deal we would have won the NBA championship you know the one after after on the you know our that would be the first year yeah and I made a trade plan along Dikembe Mutombo and Dikembe did not fit in with what we were doing it was at a local level the latter part of his career to start out with but he didn't fit with what we were doing and and I make the trade be careful the woman who police Kobe in the finals I was never forget sitting on the side behind the bench and Williams up backup centers in the game and he's guarding Shaq and I couldn't see you know he's a big I kept thinking we've got to get better you know we had Jason Collins who was not a good defender but not much offense of late now and I just well we we have to have some some reports Jack and so ended up pleading please Kerr was a good point about the one yeah and hello yeah if we can if if I could have kept building round the edges and I think we would've stayed we would have stayed relevant longer you know again we went to the finals in the next year and am a combo that have played oddly unique because he got hurt right bookies respond within twenty months what he did the end when we lost Kenyon Martin we had a winner there was good but it if we can't he and built around the edges I think we would this be a good clean longer and that's one thing as I definitely would have done no wrong headed to over ride you slow it you go do you regret that suspending in nineteen ninety because you can see it all stop the run he wasn't even the band made sure handed this what was that you know god god willing hundred three hundred and twelve letters now this is before you bail I will let you know that more negative home from Joe actually I could I might very well end of the end of the I would say there were about ten were a little threatening that I hadn't killed the horse farmer who stated of security at the plant so right that's what I want okay right what one last thing before we let you go and actually tried as this early I apologize when I cut out I think some Knicks fans have thought wow if Michael had stayed in school for another year he's in the draft that the Knicks actually won the lottery that they when they drafted Patrick I'm under the impression you kind of admitted it you would have taken it came alive on over Michael that we were still in this era where everybody was going to take the big so even if Michael had a big senior year do you agree that you win still very likely is the number one overall pick in that draft I would agree with that and we've been in for the exact reasons that you said right wing during that era thank god for so much more important than smaller than wing players it was an inside out game and not that I think that probably the next one is still taken Patrick rod great talking to you I will always cherish J. say that we got so much good stuff from movie always still run okay thanks a lot my god the great rod thorn all of Famer drafted Michael Jordan yeah suspended the New York Knicks my nets teams of the early two thousands yeah it's funny how trades work out when he made the van horn Matamba trade I loved it for the reasons that he gave running nineteen eighty right big to defend Iraq right now two things happened a bidding place Jack again in the NBA finals yet and to Matamba was a shell of his former self and couldn't stay healthy and van horn was a guy that fit that team really well Kiffin was one of those guys that would fit perfectly in the modern MBA as a stretch for the size you can shoot yeah so I give me a moment to the next to me was on an excellent bit and he wasn't terrible when he was there no not and Joe I thought the Knicks made a mistake when they traded him to trade him for Tim Thomas yeah right right and I thought they made a mistake Thomas there you go that's right Mr for gays we'll come back and get to some of your phone calls eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six we'll talk to another hall of Famer Rick Barry will join us at three and the New York Jets bringing in Frank gore will react to that but I'm going.

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Virus may have NHL cutting locker-room access

ESPNews

04:22 min | 2 years ago

Virus may have NHL cutting locker-room access

"All important story though has crossed the wire V. E. R. NHL is going to close in locker rooms to the media because of a recommendation from the CDC centers for disease control due to the old feared outbreak of the corona virus so this is happening this was Emily Kaplan are great ESPN national NHL reporter explaining exactly what the NHL intends to do with the locker rooms in regards to the media the NFL is planning on closing locker room access to the media the new policy coming on recommendation by the centers of disease control and could happen as soon as Saturday and it's already banned international travel to lead off and play it but this so far the biggest step if taken at the monitor the threat of North America at the end the brokerage home athletes deputy commissioner bill Daly told me that the league is very expert in plans to the kind of life becomes even more significant right have a playoff he could not rule anything out including playing in front of a funny game well certainly rice I mean you understand the concern among the virus and you want people to be as safe as humanly possible I certainly hope that this is only temporary because while a lot of people might say why do media need to be in the locker rooms I mean it is a very important job that you cover professional sports that you are in the locker rooms meeting these players are really telling the story is the right way I think it's a drastic step I understand that but again we hope it's just temporary yeah and in the end the thing is to Jeff is that it could reach out and I don't see why it wouldn't reach out that sort of thinking and policy to other leagues as well and specifically for for me the NBA is another place where where I I believe these conversations are going on about how they're going to approach this type of thing and and again you know just on the media side of it that's something near and dear to both of us but you know I I think that people have to understand the kind of wonder why are you in there anyway and in the locker room while it is is a sanctuary for the players it is also the place where you do kind of connect with players on and off the record level that's where you build trust within that's where you you can get it to where you just get to know a guy you get to know about his story his mindset and so you're trying to you're trying to get that one on one interview with him or even you do have that one on one interview with them and the barriers are broken down because he trusts you he believes in you feel like you know each other he already knows your first name you're not even introducing yourself when you sit down to do the interview so you know fans want these type of stories they want this type of access they want reporters to take them inside the locker room and accurately tell the story well the doors got to be open for you to do it so I I do think that well you want to take all the measures necessary to make sure that no games are getting canceled or anything because of of an outbreak within a leak it's it can be you know you give a mouse a cookie you it's a slippery slope to start closing locker rooms and preventing media access because players players kind of want that especially when it comes the NBA and and that's something that the media has to consist we kind of fight force that that sort of thing doesn't get limited I've always felt that as a reporter your job is to tell the story the most accurate way and Everest way you can okay fairness is very important if everything is just in a at a podium you don't have any perspective you have no contacts and that to me is what being in a locker room is all about you mentioned the relationship establishing that it is about filling in those blanks it's about understanding that everything is is so black and white and sports and reporting it so much gray area and you'll never understand that unless you get to know people and that's why I laugh at you know nowadays all these teams discourage you know their players and coaches from having any sort of relationship with the media I know I'll never understand that because if I were a player I would want people covering me that actually knew who I was and what was about because that's the person that's going to be the fairest when it comes to writing about me talking about me whatever covering me I just don't understand this modern thinking with media relations but that's another story for another show we hope that the NHL are banned and but I mean just you know rule is temporary but certainly with the concern for the corona virus you can

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"deputy commissioner" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"deputy commissioner" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Could risky ABC news New York forty nine degrees on Peachtree street at six thirty one W. S. P. meteorologist Kirk Melis has has exclusive five day forecast coming up natural team traffic here is Doug Trumbull twenty one fifty three out of work full deductible part I twenty the ramp there re open do but that's all put extra pressure up to eighty five will get the ball but or people at a doubt doubt it so seventy five at four hundred south school about to file or their purchase with the downtown connector all the way down by twenty dollars bill about twenty five minutes between the airport and bit down Mike shields goal Rick every products that are the brakes on two eighty five you spell the inner loop on the north side printer leaving Dunwoody into Doraville the brake light battle continues on the side perimeter to be five southbound from I eighty five breaking free Covington highway so scene impacts from the full untouchable for crash they cleared on the west side printer your genes into the five door down now from cascade road getting up to I twenty the west freeway I really Ballack's Williams trying to get better but still slow to eighty five west bound the outer loop Roswell road over to I seventy five you bunch in again right around South Carolina road pieces yeah I should say getting down that slope I twenty westbound rideable team traffic ninety five point five W. SB other campus house to the state public safety commissioner mark make done no official given reason they had no official reason given that should be but it's after the recent state trooper test cheating scandal deputy commissioner out as well authorities have found the body that missing South Carolina girl founder in our own neighborhood three days after she disappeared and a twist in this another body found nearby manned identified police spokesman Evan Antley says looking.

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How NBA commissioner David Stern helped shape the league

The Full 48

13:13 min | 2 years ago

How NBA commissioner David Stern helped shape the league

"This is a very sad day for the NBA For anybody associated with the League I think for anybody who is a fan of this league fan of the game. Ah Game of basketball period Here or anywhere around the world because David Stern was. I don't WanNa say singularly but certainly of very much responsible for everybody around the world Loving and appreciating this game being able to see this game the expansion of this game and David Stern of of course is No longer with US and Kind of knew this day was coming a few weeks ago when we got the news that he had suffered a brain hemorrhage throughout all of that I kind of stubbornly Felt like this is David Stern. He'll come out of it. I can't imagine I I can't imagine the League has already you've been without him. I can't imagine the world without David Stern and I'm still not sure how to process that. But I did know that when the moment came to have a podcast to discuss thus David stearns legacy and all the complexities of the man That the first person I would wanNA talk to the person sitting across from me in the studio right now. That's my good. The friend former colleague at the New York Times and of course hall of Famer Basketball Hall of Famer Harvey Aronson. Thank you for being good to be here good to be here solemn occasion I I agree and But it's good to be here. Thank you this is. This is tough so we were talking about this a little bit before we started recording and as I just said I can't imagine it's just the the idea that David Stern would Just that he's that he's not among still. There are certain people who you have in such high regard who are such titans titans who are such just just giants of their field or of the world at large that I feel like they're almost unkillable. David Stern like I would not bet on the David Stern versus death. I'm betting on David. Stern like literally going to punch death in the face and said get the fuck Outta here. I ain't ready yet and I I truly I believe these last few weeks ever since the news of the brain hemorrhage that he was going to rally because he is he's as we know he's a fighter and he's stubborn as hell and I figured that would be That would apply across the board and Yeah I still. I still can't quite believe he's gone. You have known him much longer than I have starting in late Seventies. He made his presence felt he was. He was lead counsel will when he came over from his law firm. Proske our rose in these four. Names and FRESCA Rosen Mendelssohn. I always forget the third one pro scour they always I was just called but he made his presence felt around the league and particularly with the media long before he became deputy commissioner in the early eighties and then commissioner in Nineteen Ninety Four. And you know I always found it interesting especially as we went on into the ninety s and into the new century that people looked at the NBA. And they would say you know. David Stern became commissioner. Larry Bird and Magic Magic Johnson entered the League one thousand nine hundred nineteen eighty season and it was a rocket to the moon right from there. And you know it's just a revisionist sense of history because David did not become commissioner until Nineteen eighty-four and bird and magic. Were already in the League. For four years the league was still a very troubled entity. You know almost you know almost a half decade into the bird magic era. There are a lot of issues. There were teams that were said to be on the verge of close of folding there was no salary cap op. There was no drug testing drug plan. A lot didn't happen until David actually became commissioner but those of us who cover the league regularly knew to him and I knew him I knew him from being around but I got my first as we all know our first David Stern phone call. Aw when I was working at the New York Post and I want to say it was probably around. Nineteen eighty one. Maybe and. He's he's Deputy Commissioner Deputy Commissioner or just about to become deputy commissioner and I I had decided as the Knicks beat writer that I was going to befriend Larry Fleisher. Who is the director of the Players Association and fancied myself as pro-labor Grew up in a labor union household and I was going to side with the players before for even knew anything right so I actually let turned over. My story wasn't a column. I think it was a story. Larry Fleisher who proposed doing away with the entire entire NBA draft. Why do we need to draft right? And I'm like you know that makes that makes a lot of sense to me so I write this evolutionary even now much less and you know for several years I kind of win alone and you can kind of make an argument for it. You know. Sort of a free enterprise system right but I wrote the story and David Stern and get a call the next day from Secretary and I pick up the phone and like I said I probably met him three or four or five times and and I answered the phone and he said he gets on and he goes this harvey and I said yes and he goes. I'm going to educate to. I'm going to educate you you for a few minutes. You fucking idiot and we went from there you know. He was merciless but yet always I pulled it back just enough to make you know that you know there's a possibility of lack of actual relationship here. But that was my first recollection of my have of my first. I Real David Stern W up and renew phone call and we all got those. I considered it. I don't know what point I realized is. This was the badge of honor. But this is a badge of honor. And it's funny harvey when we just seeing all the twitter tributes reading everybody's calms the last twenty four hours and we all have as as journalists. Cover this league so much. The same story these very very similar stories of our relationships with David these kind of love hate push rush poll frienemie type relationships where he was both In some ways mentor and Educator especially for you and Ah David our little closer in age so for some of us who came up and he was already well established as the commissioner for a long time before I come into the League or others is that WHO's pieces of red. He's very much kind of almost father figure and besides that he's the keeper of of all the NBA's history and secrets secrets and everything. So he did he would take on this role of like I want to educate. It's funny that he's saying this to you who was basically his almost pure at that point of. He's still doing his job job. He's not even commissioner yet and and you're covering the league but like that's just who he was I guess from the beginning and it certainly is the experience that I had with him and we all yes at some point. Got f-bomb to desk us. I'm glad we can curse on my podcast because David Stern wouldn't have wanted it any other way than for us to say fuck a few times because it was certainly one of his favorite words I I do think that it was probably very different to work for David. I mean reading a lot of the posts today on facebook and twitter twitter from people like Terry Lions and who's part of the communication staff for many years You know saying things like you know you you you didn't arrive at the NBA. Until David Curse you out in for doing something or doing something wrong and our cases I think it was a different different dynamic because to certain extent we did hold some leverage in power. David was marketing his league and it was important Kim particularly in the early years. You know to get the kind of press that he wanted for the sport and the kind of coverage for the athletes. He was trying to sell. So I think to a certain to a certain extent that you know that pullback from the total annihilation that David was capable of was inevitable because he wanted to Always maintain that relationship I remember in one of the Ninety S lockouts. He had a press conference was an update In the middle of lockout and the Times who's had a sign just kind of out of the Blue Murray Chasse who was a chroma generally baseball writer writer and columnist to cover the NBA lockout and Murray was long known to be essentially an ally of the Baseball Writers Association Association. I mean practically slept with ball them going too far but with G.. Those guys I mean it was. He was clearly pro row union in just about everything he wrote and Murray had written a series of articles for the Times that were clearly anti-star anti league and supporting the players. And I remember I was talking to David but after the press conference and Joel Lipman one of the attorneys attorneys with standing nearby and David started to say something to me. That sounded like you know one of these. I'm going to tell you in confidence. You know what's really going on. And y'all grabbed him by the arm and said David David Wait. Wait wait and David turned around and looked at Joel and said this is not Murray. Hey this is harvey and implicit in that or not. So implicit was the notion that I'm on their side. Not that I'm always going to write it the way they want want. I'm one of the regulars. There was a real difference if you one of the regular news who covered that sport and he kind of understood because I I will say this. We all WANNA be impartial. You'll want to write what we think. But it's particularly in the early eighties. Through the the end of that decade as League began to push more and more higher and higher and out of that ditch that it was in you know in the late seventies that all of us who covered the league felt a real pride that we were part of something that was growing. That was something special and David Sense that in all of us I could name you know whether there is Bob Ryan Alien Verizon you know Jan Hubbard Jack McCallum. I think it was. I think he looked at us. Not Addis he's guys or his writer so we're going to. You know who are going to adhere to is disciplined. Alright well what he wanted to but ultimately that we were pro. NBA Hey we believed in the product and we loved it we love the sport and believe in it and that was the difference. I think some of that changed in the later years when he felt this. There was some people coming along. Who are sort of interlopers? Who didn't necessarily have the League's best interest at heart? You know it's interesting too because you're describing you know a- and a general atmosphere in terms of the media and the sports world in general that that I think maybe a lot of my listeners or a lot of fans today probably don't have a true understanding of just because it was a very different world back then basketball was a distant third at best and you know baseball was still the national pastime and football was already a Bima and the NBA. You know forget whether the teams that were possibly going to fold in in the early eighties. When David I took over as commissioner it just the sport as a whole just didn't have the foothold in the capture of the of the collective the public's imagination that it has today this sport is a global a phenomenon of its own and that wasn't the case back then so it was probably really important and earlier on for David to to be able to identify that right? That's a that those of you covered league on a regular basis. Did so because you believed in basketball and believe in the NBA is a sport that that it wasn't just this little niche sport in America that would forever be overshadowed by football and baseball that it was that it had its own distinct identity in promise and and could be on on equal footing with those sports. I mean today. We don't have that discussion that the NBA is here and it is huge and it is to be reckoned with maybe the predictions of overtaking the NFL were a little premature but the NBA. It's I think people today might take for granted not realizing ising how far it had to come and so I think probably did shape a lot of how David saw the coverage and why he was so protective of it and when you talk about or any of US talk about David Redeeming us out and dropping dropping f bombs and whatever else. It's not because it was ever personal and it's not because we had fucked up that badly. Although occasionally we might have. David was just very protective protective of an advocate fierce advocate for his league. And so that's why I didn't mind badge of honor thing is like I kind of understood where he was coming from after awhile now cinder understood that if I pushed back and held my ground and especially if I did have a solid ground extent.

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"deputy commissioner" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

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"deputy commissioner" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"To know number one Gordon house Democrats are poised to unveil two articles of impeachment against president trump have use of power and obstruction of Congress with an announcement expected this morning attorney Daniel Goldman was called by Democrats to testify at a hearing yesterday president trump's persistent and continuing effort to coerce a foreign country to help him cheat to win an election is a clear and present danger to our free and fair elections and to our national security speaker Nancy Pelosi decline during an evening event to discuss the articles or the coming an ounce meant number two to the justice department's internal watchdog says the F. B. I. was justified in opening its investigation into ties between the trump presidential campaign in Russia and did not act with political bias undercutting president trump's repeated claims that he has been the target of a witch hunt but it also found serious performance failures the Republicans are siding is evidence that trump was targeted by an unfair investigation FBI director Christopher ray spoke with ABC is a serious report we take extremely seriously but it does not impugn the integrity the FBI as a whole or a work force across the board affirmation of the investigations legitimacy balance by criticism of the way it was conducted insure that partisan battles will continue number three survivors of a powerful volcanic eruption in New Zealand ran into the sea to escape the scolding steam an ashen emerge covered in burns the accounts come as some relatives were forced to continue waiting for news of their loved ones with authorities deciding it remains too dangerous for crews to land on the island New Zealand police deputy commissioner John Thames we all in.

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"deputy commissioner" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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01:38 min | 3 years ago

"deputy commissioner" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"On what all of the deputy commissioner John terms geologists say there is a fifty percent chance of a smaller or similar type corruption through Wednesday afternoon local time the Supreme Court refuses to take up an abortion case from Kentucky thereby allowing the law to go into effect it's not clear why the justices didn't take up this case there was no published this and in the court didn't release an explanation which is normal but as a result the way abortions are done in Kentucky has been drastically altered doctors at Kentucky's only abortion clinic argue they are now forced to promote the state anti abortion policy under the twenty seventeen wall which is now in effect physicians performing an ultrasound or legally required to show women the images of the fetus while describing in detail and then playing the sound of their child's heartbeat refusing to follow those steps could lead to fines or potentially losing their medical license fox's character name and the commander of the Wisconsin National Guard steps down after the release of a federal report on his handling of soldiers reports of sexual assault and harassment Major General Donald Dunbar stepping assigned at the request of governor Tony Iverson the report from the National Guard bureau in Washington found a guard allowed internal investigations in defiance of federal law as well as department of defense in peril policy also finding investigators falsely presented themselves as working for the federal bureau case records were mismanaged and response policies were not in compliance with federal regulations for more than five years fox's l'isola Serra and I'm Carmen Roberson this is fox news W..

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"deputy commissioner" Discussed on KTOK

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01:30 min | 3 years ago

"deputy commissioner" Discussed on KTOK

"On what color deputy commissioner John terms geologists say there is a fifty percent chance of a smaller or similar type eruption through Wednesday afternoon local time the Supreme Court refuses to take up an abortion case from Kentucky thereby allowing the law to go into effect it's not clear why the justices didn't take up this case there was no published the sand in the court didn't release an explanation which is normal but as a result the way abortions are done in Kentucky has been drastically altered doctors that Kentucky's only abortion clinic argue they are now forced to promote the state anti abortion policy under the twenty seventeen wall which is now in effect physicians performing an ultrasound or legally required to show women the images of the fetus while describing in detail and then playing the sound of their child's heart beat refusing to follow those steps could lead to fines or potentially losing their medical license fox is Gerrit turning on the commander of the Wisconsin National Guard steps down after the release of a federal report on his handling of soldiers parts of sexual assault and harassment Major General Donald Dunbar stepping assigned at the request of governor Tony Iverson the report from the National Guard bureau in Washington found the guard allowed internal investigations in defiance of federal law as well as department of defense in peril policy also finding investigators falsely presented themselves as working for the federal bureau case records were mismanaged and response policies were not in compliance with federal regulations for more than five years.

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Philadelphia police commissioner abruptly resigns

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Philadelphia police commissioner abruptly resigns

"The mayor of Philadelphia says the police commissioners resigning over new allegations of sexual harassment and racial and gender discrimination against others in the department there Jim Kenney says Richard Rosset Bennett terrific asset to the police department in the city and that he's disappointed to lose him but can he said in a news release that in light of new allegations rass quote resignation is in the best interest of the department just last week the mayor called cross the best police commissioner in America that after a gunman's long standoff with police Kenny's name deputy commissioner Christine Coulter as acting commissioner during the search for Ross as

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