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"derrick bell" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:56 min | 6 months ago

"derrick bell" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Dot com. Brown Jackson, who is President Biden's nominee for Supreme Court seat, vacated by justice Breyer, cited critical race theory founder Derek bell and the 1619 Project as inspirations in 2020. She talks about how the book faces at the bottom of the well written by professor Derrick bell, who also wrote an intro to critical race theory in the early 1990s. Judge Jackson also cited the fraudulent 1619 project of Nicole Hannah Jones and The New York Times which won the Pulitzer Prize, despite falsely claiming that the United States fought the American Revolution, the defense slavery in the south. Judge Jackson closed her lecture at University of Michigan, citing what, quote, she said the favorite civil rights photograph of modern times was an image of a 2016 protest over the police shooting of Alton Sterling and philando Castile. So why is it so important that we pinpoint whether or not Kate Brown Jackson views American history correctly? Well, she's going to have a lot of power. She's going to be one of 9 to determine whether or not laws and actions, Congress and executive is constitutional. But if she views America as being sinful from the beginning, if she looks the American structure of the constitution to be corroded, then how will her interpretations how will her rulings ever be in harmony or consistent with what is proper and necessary for the American republic? Well, she doesn't believe we are a republic. Based on the article three project on a document that they published, quote, she says that in a democracy, safeguards are built in to protect human dignity. The effect of sanction rather than the reason for imposing it must necessarily be that criteria. Now she's doing that while defending sex offenders, a pattern of her rulings, a pattern of her period of time on the bench as a judge on the sentencing commission. She almost always favors the criminal. Brown Jackson almost always yields in the direction of the perpetrator, never for the victim. But we're not a democracy. Why would we put someone on the U.S. Supreme Court that outwardly does not even know the type of government that we have? We've gone through this many different times. So it's so interesting is that the BLM types, the people that support BLM incorporated like Nicole Hannah Jones and Robin D'angelo and of course now katangi Brown Jackson, they say we're a democracy, what's so interesting is if they actually cared about the rights of a minority, they should know that in a democracy, the rights of individuals can be easily voted away. That's what makes a republic and a democracy fundamentally different. One of the things. For example, in a peer democracy, if we were to put that into practice, you could just say, hey, we want to go take voting rights away from black people. 51% of people want that to happen. Therefore, let's get it done. But in a republic, you are not allowed to use the power of the majority to terrorize or diminish or punish or silence the rights of the minority. You're not allowed to do it. The rights of the minority are protected the rights to speech the rights to assembly the right to arm yourself the right to privacy, the right to run for office the right for due process. And yet here she says clearly that, well, we're a democracy, well, no, we're not. We have some democratic systems within our constitutional government we have a democratic process of electing individuals that we are far from a democracy..

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"derrick bell" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:33 min | 11 months ago

"derrick bell" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Wrote that blacks had not progressed at all since 1865. Derrick bell who is the off one of the authors of critical race theory? Maybe you asked taha nishi Coates, maybe you ask Harry Rogers, otherwise known as eber mex kennie or Robin diangelo, any of the scholars of the regime of identity politics, you asked them, why is there evil in the world? You see we as Christians, we believe that there is original sin, we believe people are naturally inclined towards evil. And that we must raise people of strong character. To understand the differences between good and evil. Where it's the animals that can feel pleasure and pain, but it's only humans. That can no good from evil. But if you ask someone who is a member of the bail reform district attorney cartel or cabal, why is there evil in this world? Identity politics provides a clear and unambiguous answer. There is not evil because of original sin? There is not evil. Because it's part of who we are, no, no, no, no. The people that reform the bail that led this criminal out this black terrorist. The people to blame? Are straight white men. And that's why they needed to try to put Kyle rittenhouse in prison. Kyle rittenhouse was being persecuted and public media because he fits in a stereotypical and was perfectly placed in a narrative that white people are marched in the streets that try to mow down black people. Identity politics provides an answer to this, though, that if you are a black criminal, you should be given quick release from jail because you are a victim of straight white men. And so make no mistake, Darrell Edwards Brooks, according to the belief identity politics, he's a victim. I want to tell you guys about good ranchers, okay? You've heard me talk about it a lot. Look good ranchers. They achieved the trifecta. The trifecta is very simple. One, everyone has to eat. Two, you love the country. Three, you want to support the Charlie Kirk show. So good ranchers, they send you boxes of meat when we get a box meat from good ranchers. bedlam. People fight over the meat. It is, it is the.

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"derrick bell" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"derrick bell" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The baton was picked up by a guy by the name of Derek bell He was a Professor of law at Harvard And he started to develop critical theory as a race issue Critical race theory He always felt that he was looked down upon that he didn't succeed in academia although he was relatively successful but that is scholarship was not embraced in fact he was viewed as a real whack job by many including Thomas Saul With this fringe ideology he was developing or expanding on critical race theory Taking this notion of law existing for those who dominate the power to the argument that the society exists for the dominant race White people And so again he was a Marxist Markus was a Marxist Most of the professors promoting this are marxists And this is in the 1970s so he's promoting critical race theory particularly in law schools As a Marxist approach an Americanized Americanized Marxist approach To seize on the past imperfections of society or anybody's imperfections Anybody's resentment jealousies anger And create a theory around it The theory being critical race

How Derrick Bell Coined 'Critical Race Theory'

Mark Levin

01:37 min | 1 year ago

How Derrick Bell Coined 'Critical Race Theory'

"The baton was picked up by a guy by the name of Derek bell He was a Professor of law at Harvard And he started to develop critical theory as a race issue Critical race theory He always felt that he was looked down upon that he didn't succeed in academia although he was relatively successful but that is scholarship was not embraced in fact he was viewed as a real whack job by many including Thomas Saul With this fringe ideology he was developing or expanding on critical race theory Taking this notion of law existing for those who dominate the power to the argument that the society exists for the dominant race White people And so again he was a Marxist Markus was a Marxist Most of the professors promoting this are marxists And this is in the 1970s so he's promoting critical race theory particularly in law schools As a Marxist approach an Americanized Americanized Marxist approach To seize on the past imperfections of society or anybody's imperfections Anybody's resentment jealousies anger And create a theory around it The theory being critical race

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Derrick Bell Pushed for Marxist Model in America, Created Critical Race Theory

Mark Levin

01:15 min | 1 year ago

Derrick Bell Pushed for Marxist Model in America, Created Critical Race Theory

"And so what happened was they said well this isn't working We're not going to be able to overthrow the American system this way So there were splinter theories And one of them came out of Harvard Law School that I've been in a med Derrick bell who was an average or worse law professor In the 1970s And he felt that we should basically apply this Marxist model to race In many of his contemporaries thought he was unhinged Thought that he was a fringe 80 lock Thomas Saul used it announced him is really kind of a dumb guy who didn't make a whole lot of sense But dumb or not doesn't matter Over time he taught enough people and another professors joined in as they became more and more radicalized And this is something that has now permeated throughout colleges and universities starting in law schools In starting in the Ivy League schools And it's called critical race

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"derrick bell" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"derrick bell" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"If you have American Marxism if your credit or you listen to it if you have the audio you'll understand exactly what I'm talking about But let me summarize this in a very compact way Marxism is an economic theory for the most part And without getting into all aspects of it as I explained earlier in the book it requires two classes the generally the proletariat and the bourgeoisie the proletariat or the workers and so forth the bourgeoisie the landowners And wealthier people managers And so there's this constant struggle And he talks about the the poet Japanese eventually falling to the proletariat He goes into these rather convoluted concepts about labor Prophets But it turns out it's not just about economics He says that everything that has come before has been unjust Everything that's come before has taken the wrong direction you know we have monarchy with feudalism capitalism which he hated and so forth And so he felt he had this whole new idea which he stole in part Of course from Hegel and Rousseau And applied a purely to economics which made it somewhat different But it wasn't working in the United States We had the industrial revolution And despite what you see on TV and despite what you're taught in books and so forth the industrial revolution created the vast middle class of America And during the end of the industrial revolution evolution and beyond it created all these technologies and foods and systems and so forth that have made the middle class of America so called middle class The wealthiest people in the face of the earth Wealthier than the wealthiest people in 98% of the rest of the world And so mostly satisfying You're mostly happy And so what happened was they said well this isn't working We're not going to be able to overthrow the American system this way So there were splinter theories And one of them came out of Harvard Law School that I've been in a med Derrick bell who was an average or worse law professor In the 1970s And he felt that we should basically apply this Marxist model to race In many of his contemporaries thought he was unhinged Thought that he was a fringe 80 lock Thomas Saul used it announced him is really kind of a dumb guy who didn't make a whole lot of sense But dumb or not doesn't matter Over time he taught enough people and another professors joined in as they became more and more radicalized And this is something that has now permeated throughout colleges and universities starting in law schools In starting in the Ivy League schools And it's called critical race theory Now why do they call it critical race theory Because critical race theory underlining the word theory does not require actual data or statistics or proof of any kind And they make that point They make our story is a story of examples Now that's just perfect because you can always pick out examples of imperfection of racism of a brutality of violence Whatever the issue is whatever the sir you can always point out examples So they're saying we argued by example We argued by storytelling What happened in 1860 what happened here We don't want to hear about how many people fought the Civil War We don't want to hear about it No no no None of that matters Moreover if you disagree with me you're part of the white dominant culture In other words you're a white supremacist So it's a built in immunization As you would expect from Marxism which is their immunized from debate or discussion because of he holds certain views in support of the principles and the doctrines of our founding then you're obviously a white supremacist even if you're not white I really doesn't matter Your mind has been colonized Imperialis or whatever Out of this movement also grew the transgender movement Out of this movement also grew other movements like the climate change movement the de growth movement around the simultaneous to the critical race theory movement in Europe In the 1970s Different approaches the splintering of Marxism And it came out of criticism originally from the Marxist purists you know the maoists and the Trotsky types and so he said this isn't really Marxism And then they fold it to one of them was Herbert marcuse Of the Frankfurt school Originally he didn't like all this but eventually he supported all of it And he really laid the foundation for Derek bell and the others as he was writing in the 1960s and so forth and he's an iconic figure Obviously then gone but he was an iconic figure On the new left These students for Democrat action all these violent groups and he preached violence and he was a tenured professor In their other professors who've talked about how to bring marks into the classroom that I write about in American Marxism and they have succeeded And they've also succeeded in pushing out contrary views They've also succeeded in this incestuous faculty hiring faculty so they just keep reinforcing their presence and reinforcing their ideology Well now this is leached into the government schools in elementary middle and a high school Because the NEA in the AFT have embraced this as has the Democrat party They've embraced it and they're promoting it.

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"derrick bell" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"derrick bell" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"With Steve Bannon. I think that Because elections and what the what? The consultant Soapy because, remember, the consultants are really marketing experts that are focused on television, and they were trying to make 32nd spots so They came up with. It's the economy stupid, and it got to be that would just focus on the economy, GDP growth and tax cuts and deregulation. What people forgot is where a country with an economy Not an economy that has a country bolted onto it. And I think that's been one of the big powers and true and populism. You can see the percent of a manifestation of populism right now, People say, Well, it's still too esoteric. Here's thing. Look at the school boards. Look at moms and dads and moms. They're arguing about masks, arguing now about vaccines, but particularly Look at that CRT. I know so many moms who, uh, let's say this weren't political science majors when they were in college that now sit there and can tell you about Herbert Markazi and, uh Cloward Piven, Michelle Fuko and Jacques Derrida and all and the friend, the Frankfurt school. And when Joy Ann Reid is on MSNBC saying, Oh, no Critical race theory is just some dirt belt esoteric thing at Harvard Law School. They're saying no, no, no. Derrick Bell taught this Obama I mean, they know it. That's populism. Yes, They were so engaged right that and you're seeing it now in the precinct committee strategy where people are showing up this, you know, the Republican Party structure to be kind of a grassroots party. Now what they get away with is only half the billets are filmed. So Dan Schultz again Arizona For years, West Point grad has been pushing this and we just kind of gave it a platform and people go hold it. Hang on. I can actually go down to a precinct. Sign up and be actually part of the Republican Party and be a decision maker. And it doesn't cost me money just time and that's and by the way, so the left freaking out. They hate populism. They hate the fact. They're saying in Georgia and South Carolina and Texas and Florida, and particularly Arizona. They're seeing grassroots organizations. There really are getting engaged. Remember, if you look at our political history, the two big reactions one to the Clinton presidency in 92 was the Newt Gingrich revolt in 94, which is kind of one of the beginnings of it, and then the tea party revolt right when you were coming on the scene, Charlie in 2010, which is the kind of revolt against the Obama failed policies in his first year, right first year and a half Those two gave us huge. First We took back the house in 94 for the first time and then in 10 2063 seats, the biggest sweep since the depths of the Great Depression in 1932. That's populism. Now we kind of lost the plot because it really didn't have the policies that go along with them. People you know, Once again, the the the once again Mitch McConnell and the establishment are pretty good about staring it back to what the coach want. And that's That's the power of the trump movement rich today. I mean, you came out and the reason we had you on the show today you came out as a firebrand. Yes, they say Hey, look, I've got a company of 100 people. I'm taking this to court. Alba's Supreme Court. You're not coming in here. Oh, she's not coming in here. Defiance J. D Vance said Hey, I want mass civil. Yeah, you had firebrands coming out. From the leadership in the Republican Party. It's been kind of crickets, just like it has been on the heartbeat built the populist whether it's in Texas with the right to life movement, whether it's uh, whether it's right now with people at the at the school board level, taking back for CRT whether people are fighting these vaccine mandates. The leadership is still not there. Remember, they're not leadership there really left. And I think that that is we're living in an age right now because of organizations like yourselves shows like this and social media. Even though we've been deep platforms all over the word's getting out and people sitting there going. I just want to sit there and listen to talk radio anymore. I just want to sit down. Yes, not that I don't love it. I love talk radio. I love guys get me fired up Love Fox. But I want to do something I want to be engaged, and particularly if it doesn't cost them a huge check to be a donor, but to actually put their time and effort and energy it we're in an age of populism right now, and that's what the means that the ruling class our country. The greatest fear is not simply trump. But what President Trump represents President Trump, not in the room. Not in the deal, President Trump gave us a seat at the table and a bold seat. Right. They hate Trump. Obviously, they try to destroy many, many times. They don't want any return. And I'm talking about the establishment of the Republican Party, not the left. But what they really fear most. Is the populist movement in the national movement underneath Trump, and you can see that from that Propublica article where they literally freak out about people going to be election officials. People this democracy personified people going to be committee meant election officials, school boards that grassroots populism that is so powerful to give people voice their in full melting well, and the part that you highlighted, Steve, that I think is super interesting is how intelligent Our grassroots activists have become over the last 10 years and I've seen this year after year and I see it in our listeners on our podcast, and they're emailing me about not just Mark Kousa and Fuko and Derrida, but they want to know about Machiavelli. And they want to know about day cart and Hume and quietness and they want to know about the ancient Greeks and I Asked them, I say Like, what Are you a professor like? No, I'm a plumber, and I'm homeschooling, my kids and Steve That is that's that's a. That's an even more profound point of why the elites are truly getting scared because informed and active grassroots base. Then all of a sudden they'll be able to call BS the next time. Some sort of technocratic politician does What Kelly Leffler does Who's a nice person, right? Nothing against her, but like, reject socialism? Yeah, actually want more than it, Charlie Kirk show. It's been tough talking to my doctor about constipation with belly pain. Um, discomfort and bloating. I finally laid all my symptoms out there and how they keep coming back, she said. I may have irritable bowel syndrome with constipation or I b. S C. 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"derrick bell" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

09:03 min | 1 year ago

"derrick bell" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Hey, good afternoon to you. 3 35. W M A L were Washington comes to talk coming up. Fairfax County Supervisor Pat Parody joins us at four o'clock. Fairfax County has ridiculous amount of money available to spend, and they don't know what to do with them. I got some ideas. Joe Concha will be with us at 4 35 Media reporter, Fox news contributor and then at five o'clock, we speak to Greg Nice and Manassas resident who loves hanging the American flag, and he did it until his town told him to stop it. He'll give us an update on that remarkable story. Another remarkable story is the one where watching play out in schools across the country right here in our area as well. As the teachers, unions and left wing radicals combined are working to subvert the purpose of American education, which is to create strong citizens, strong informed citizens and are looking to create little propagandized. You know robots that are just going to repeat radical left wing talking points. In the process destroyed the country. So, yeah, you have all that going on. If you'd like to be a part of the program today, 8886309625888630 W m A l as we're talking about these teachers, unions and what they're now admitting out loud about what's happening in our schools across the country. It's useful to pause for a moment and go back to this whole definition of critical race theory thing, and it keeps on coming up because the left keeps on arguing. Oh, no, It's a very narrow thing. It's just in law schools. And nobody's ever heard of It is not being taught anywhere. Stop asking questions. Of course. The teachers unions went out of their way, perhaps by accident because they're incompetent. Which is another reason why they shouldn't be teaching your Children, But they went out of their way this week today. Oh, yeah. No, no, no, We are teaching critical race theory. But you go back, and there's an article from 2010 is pretty useful from the winter 2010 edition of a journal at the University of Iowa and the name of the journal is the transnational law and contemporary problems. Transnational law and contemporary problems. Yes, it's a very boring journal. If that's what you're wondering. Yes, it is, but it does have an interesting article for our purposes in it. In it in that edition in 10 2002 of the founders of Critical Race Theory, a couple named Richard Delgado and Jean Stephane Check. We're discussing how the Concept of critical race theory went from this niche legal concept. To a quote household word. They said the critical race theory has taken root in many disciplines outside of the law. In this article. They were pointing to all these different fields. Education, public health, sociology, philosophy, social work, Remember, this is 2010. This is at the beginning. The Obama administration halfway through the first term. So in it, they have. There's a transcription of their conversation here. Here's Delgado. Richard Delgado's saying this That the people who became these critical race theories that were all there at this meeting. That they started off that. It was two dozen of them gathered in Madison, Wisconsin, to see what we had in common and whether we could plan a joint action in the future. This is the critical race theorists. Whether we have a scholarly agenda, we could share perhaps a name for the organization. Had taught at the University of Wisconsin and Kim Crenshaw later joined the faculty as well. The school seems a logical site for it because of the Institute for Legal Studies that David Trebek was running at that time and because of the hasty fellowship program. The school was a center of left. Academic legal thought. So we gathered at that convent for 2.5 days around a table and in an austere room with stained glass windows in crucifixes here and there. An odd place for a bunch of Marxists. You got that? This this initial meeting where they're all coming together and saying, Okay, this is what this is critical race theory. He admits that there are a bunch of Marxists meeting in an odd place with stained glass windows inside of this convent, crucifixes around them very bizarre that that would happen. And worked out a set of principles. Then we went our separate ways, he says. Most of us who were there have gone on to become prominent critical. Race theorists, including Kim Crenshaw spoke at the Iowa Conference, as well as Mari Matsuda and Charles Lawrence, who both are here in spirit. Derrick Bell, who was doing critical race theory long before it had a name was at the Madison Workshop and has been something of an intellectual godfather for the movement. So we were off and running. At the outset, Richard Delgado says one of the founders here of critical race theory. Had no idea that critical race theory would become a household word. If you take critical race theory into the legal databases, it is roughly 3500 citations. If you type critical legal studies twist, critical race theory was a response. You find 6300. Critical race theory has taken root in many disciplines outside of law and has even jumped the Atlantic. British critical race theorists are holding conferences about critical race theory in education. Again, the founders of the theory, saying it's not contained to the law itself. Go on now. This is Stefan Chick Jean Stephane check who I told you about in the mid 19 nineties, she says. Educators began to hear about critical race theory and a few of them started out studying basic writings in the hope of finding ideas that they could apply to the problems. They were studying African American, Latino and other minority graduate students who plan to go out to the community and become teachers. And reform schools began to find each other in their field. Just as just as the critical race theory in law. People found each other there. Earlier, they decided they would publish a collection of writings and she goes on and on and on. Delgado here saying, You know, we didn't set out To colonize, but we found a natural affinity in education. This is critical race theorists talking about how they found a home in our education system in education, race, neutrality and colour blindness are the reigning orthodoxy, Delgado says. He's upset about that. Teachers believe that they treat their students. Equally. Of course, the outcome figures show that they do not, says Delgado. You hear what's going on? They don't like equality of opportunity. They want equality of outcome, and that's how you get tyranny by the way. If you analyze the content, Delgado says, the ideology, the curriculum, the textbooks, the teaching methods. They are the same, but they operate against the radically different cultural backgrounds of young students. Seeing critical race theory take off in education has been a source of great satisfaction for the two of us. Critical race theories in some ways, livelier and education right now than it is in law, where it is a mature movement that has settled down by comparison, guys. It's all right here. This is 2010. This is 11 years ago, and you've got two of the most prominent originators of critical race theory in the entire country, speaking in glowing terms about how it's fully started to be accepted within the realm of education. This is 11 years ago, and so now when the left comes out, and they're like critical race theories, not even in the school. The kids are being taught in education. They're gaslighting you It doesn't take much much evidence to prove that just this morning, you've got Randi Weingarten from the American Federation of Teachers, who, as we noted, is talking out of both sides of her mouth. She's claiming that critical race theory is not taught in schools. Yet she's preparing To sue any state that bans the teaching of critical race theory in schools. Now, you try and square that for me if you can. Here's Randi Weingarten, insisting it's not being taught in elementary or middle or high school. Critical race theory is not taught in elementary schools or middle schools. Or high schools. It's a method of examination, taught in law school and in college that helps analyze whether it's systemic racism exists and in particular whether it has an effect on law and public policy, But culture warriors are labeling any discussion of race racism. Or discrimination. SCR T. That's a lie to try to make it toxic. They are bullying teachers and trying to stop us from teaching students. Accurate history. Yeah, why another lie? Now. Here's something to check, though, So that's what she's saying today..

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"derrick bell" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"derrick bell" Discussed on KGO 810

"On. I guess I never was meant for glitter Rock and roll. We are joined this afternoon. My doctor Greg Carr. Dr Car is chair of the Howard University Department of African American Studies. And he is here to talk with us about this fervor. This panic this craze over critical race theory. Dr Carr. Thank you so much for being with us again. Oh, thank you so much for the invitation Pan and for playing that beautiful song. Yes, it's something in it and she really is not. It gives me seriously. I've heard it so many times, and every time I hear it, it just gives me goose bumps. It's so good. She is a remarkable woman or was a remarkable woman. Yeah, absolutely. You know, I was just reading something just before coming off on the air. I was reading something that Michelle Goldberg in The New York Times published today. And she cites Christopher Roof. Oh, she calls him a clever propagandist who has done more than anyone else to whip up the national uproar over critical race theory, she said in March, he tweeted an explanation of how he was redefining the term and he said this. The goal is to have the public read something crazy in the newspaper and immediately think. Critical race theory. We have D codified the term and will re codify it to annex the entire range of cultural constructions that are unpopular with Americans. Um what's he? What does he mean by that? And how dangerous is that? Well, I think he's taking a Page from a very, um very effective playbook in in this country, and unfortunately too often in human society. If you want to win an argument, you demonize your opponent. And I think that the most effective Definition of critical race theory. And then that type of attitude, man and I read, um, circle was, uh, being on in the times this morning as well. I think the most effective definition is is as simple as reducing it to those letters, CRT So he said to me, what is the RT? Well, it's uh, fill in the blank. The rising tide of colours, the trap style and then would have said in the 19 twenties and thirties is folks came from the Pacific Rim countries, and you had the indigenous people love the West Coast who got suddenly turned into foreigners or the Japanese interment. Um, uh, I'll wake up to now, CRT in some ways is the latest iteration. Maybe they proceeded. It was the idea of Sharia lot. What in Syria law? It's, uh It's I don't like those people. Okay, very effective, terribly effective effect and then says something about a society where it can be that effective. Well, when this is something that's um That impacts education that impact schools that impacts the way we learn history because it isn't that what critical race theory is all about the way it's being condemned. The way people are carrying signs outside of schools is they don't want this taught in schools and critical race theory seems to me not something to be. Run from it simply really studying. Race and the impact that raced and racist policies you know, from slavery onward have had in the United States societally throughout the society in governance in criminal justice and societally. And I Mean isn't that critical Thinking? Isn't that one of the most important aspects Of education of learning. Absolutely. And pat that was beautifully put you demystified it. You you as Joe Madison, One of your colleagues and broadcast industry will put it. You put it where the goats can get it. In other words, if you put it where all of us understand exactly where and what that is now, you know when I was in law school back in the late eighties, the critical race theory quote unquote movement. Was largely circumscribed to not just academia. But law school's, um I was in my second year law school was when Kimberly Crane style published term most famous article on Intersectionality dealing with And you know, I got a chance to sit with Derrick Bell, who was considered one of the founders of so called critical race theory. But it was basically a set of legal theories, which talks about exactly what you said. How race operates and the impact of race and racism in society. And so, But the way you described, it really captures how that what began as an academic debate. In very small circles in legal education and law school 30 years ago. Absolutely, absolutely. In fact, earlier if we look at its its roots in something called Critical legal studies, which emerges in the 19 fifties and sixties post World War two to raise the very simple proposition that Our society is a social construct, and that our laws are social constructs, and that laws are made by human beings. And they change in in context. When critical race theories come along, they say, Well, that would be true as it relates to raise too. And they say, Yeah, But as you described it quickly overflowed those debates and became abroad kind of assertion that race and racism impacts everything in society. And here's the ultimate objective, which is why you would think people would embrace it. The question, really all of this questioning all of this study, all of this work is any better single goal. How do we minimize or hopefully illuminate high? Archies in our society is based on arbitrary and oppressive categories like race or gender or class? I mean, you know, we will ultimately be trying to build a better society not trying to tear one dance. And it makes such sense. But what has happened now as and this is just coming from my observations? Nothing more than my observations is that it's been distorted to the point where people that the hysterical parents standing outside schools with these signs They believe that critical race theory is the indoctrination of students to believe that if you are white, you should hate yourself. You should feel immense guilt that this is designed specifically to make white people. White Children feel bad about themselves. This is history. It's history that I was reading another piece, and you may know this gentleman I hadn't heard of him before Timothy Snyder. He's a professor at Yale and, you know, he's a He's an author as well. And you know, he, uh, he talks about this as being, you know, history, the importance of history that you have to understand your history and that but to cover up the history Is to defeat education at all. And he talked about memory laws. Have you heard of that memory laws? I'd never heard of that before. Memory laws in the sense of, um changing, changing history in order to accommodate what the government wants you to believe the history actually was. Well, you know, it's interesting. And you know, I am firmly with Professor Snape at work. Probably most people listeners if you're familiar where you're familiar with his little book with the name that we can't stay on the air, But you know, but his thrust is very important in the sense that In some ways that's really one of the functions of of curriculum in schools. One of the functions the curriculum isn't just the search for truth, or, you know, getting some contents and factual information. But also to socialize. In other words, how do we create a common identity? So the curriculum boy that exist in the United States are mirrored everywhere in the world. In the book are History lessons, for example, which takes many of the major moments in terms of America's race journey and ask how they might be taught in other countries, for example. How do they teach the battle of the Alamo in Mexico? How they teach slavery in Nigeria. How they see in other words, it's stop and think about it. There's always going to be what to my mind there, DJ there where they're called multiple perspective, right?.

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"derrick bell" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

08:30 min | 1 year ago

"derrick bell" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Recap from last night's Loudoun County School board meeting and also lots in national politics, too, with the defeat of H R one in the Senate yesterday. Five. We'll talk to Peter Doocy, White House correspondent for Fox News Channel at 8. 35 will speak with a member of the Latin County school board. John Beattie, who was there last night, joining us all morning long at my side from the spectator, Amber athe Amber. Good morning to you. Good morning, Larry. We're joined by a smart guy. He does lots of smart things. He's a senior fellow at the Heritage Foundation's Institute for International Studies, and he's also the author of the Plot to Change America. He is Mike Gonzalez. And in your book, Mike. I remember when it came out, and we talked about it. You focused on this thing that so many people are talking about this critical race theory as a divisive issue in this country, and it is it is an idea to change America as we know it, isn't it, Mike? Good morning, Larry. Good morning, Amber. Yes, Uh, but the title of my book was fortuitous. Uh, this is I at base critical race theory. It's a blueprint for changing the entire system. People say, Well, they trying to change the government. No, it's much larger than that. You want to change everything about America because they believe that racism is not a matter of an individual choice. People committing the sin of not loving their neighbor, the state. They say that racism is written into everything the law, the institutions, the structures so they need to overhaul the entire system. So I need you to plus this out a little bit further because there seems to be a new talking point from Democrats and from the media. You heard Terry McAuliffe say, Oh, this is a made up controversy. It's a hoax Drummed up by Donald Trump and Republicans Chuck Todd on Meet the press. Just this Sunday. This The so called controversy over critical race theory, and I say so called controversy because it's sort of It's a creation not out of, you know, it's sort of a faux controversy that's being jammed up. I guess it just gets attention keeps people watching or Mike is it Is it Jinde up? Is it foe? Is it not really happening? This idea of utilizing critical race theory in well forget about our curricula but also just in diversity, trainings at the government level and at the corporate level. I tell you what is happening because I see it very clearly. Critical Race theory, Emergency 1989, and then it really takes over very quickly takes over the universities at the faculty lounge. And and it meets no resistance within the university. But it has very little impact on public policy. However, in 2020, it jumps the lab right as it too bad viruses. Some lab in 2020 Coronavirus in CRT, and and then it begins to enter all of our lives K through 12. We had already begun to meet some inroads in the last three or four years, especially in New York. But but it really interstate through 12 or the the curriculum of all of our Children's change. Uh, it interests the military. Even they're supposed to be be. They're supposed to be taught about how to win macro aggressions. All of a sudden, it being talked about microaggressions. It begins to enter the church. It's everywhere, and Americans begin to notice. Americans. You know, social scientist. Important visitors have long noted how attached to liberty Americans are so Americans begin to begin to push back. Surprise. Surprise. They said. No, no, You're not going to do this here. Tell you, Larry and Amber. The demand for this is amazing. In the last month I had traveled all over the country have been to Texas Denver. I'm going to Milwaukee tomorrow. People want to hear about this. You're exactly right that people are noticing last night at this Loudon County School board meeting, it got a little rowdy because there were so many parents. They're wanting to make their voices heard on both CRT as well as A transgender policy. You say that CRT has jumped the lab, so to speak over the past year. What was the impetus for? They left to start moving this theory out of the Universities and into these other aspects of American life. Well, obviously, it was the tragic death of George Floyd followed by the deft use of that video and the mayhem that BLM created in all of our cities. Uh, we can't forget what happened from may on. You know, it wasn't just pour than in Seattle. All of our cities, which is we just saw, uh, instability, some of them, so I got riots. Protests. That costs. You know that. Meeting America's good natured America's. My Neighbors put up BLM signs on their lawns because they they feel they want to do something for social justice. They do not understand how their feelings are being manipulated by an organization that is at bottom marches. By the way, my next book is a BLM comes out of the 77th. So So this is what has happened. It really radicalized society in America's are now saying Well, no, no, You don't want to teach that to my child. To teach a black child that that that reasoning in love of reading and writing in potentiality are functions of white culture is first of all false and ugly and a form of child abuse, and people are fighting back against this. Mike Gonzalez is with us from Heritage Foundation, and he and he thinks and speaks and writes about these issues that he's right. It started in university campuses, and we've been talking about it for over a decade now, actually But now it's in our kindergarten classes even and one thing about critical race theory that I think is, um, we're seeing this a lot from arguments coming from the left. And the media. Mike is that you know all these people who are speaking out about crew, Corey Siri. They don't even know what it is. They can't even describe it. Um, Can you help us with that? Actually, I don't think it's true. I think that when we see You know, our kids being taught that they are either the oppressed or the oppressor? We know exactly what's wrong there. But can you sort of summarize the theory behind this thing? This critical race theory? What is it if someone could summarized It's such hogwash people saying this I do understand it. I've read Derek Bell. I've read Angela Harris. And before that, I read Horkheimer Markku sex. What it is is Something that puts race at the center of everything Larry and Amber. It says This is the most. The most important cost to it is that racism is systemic. No. The posture it is that that the meritocracy is a myth. That dad that everything, all the criteria that we use to measure success in merit. I really just white culture masquerading as American culture, which is again. Of course we lie. Yeah, that that as a Derrick Bell wrote. No matter what happens, black people are always going to be subjugated and we'll never reach equality again. False We we need to live up to the ideals of the founding, which is how we have always solve our problems. There's a very long line of people out the door. And there has been since the 18 fifties of people willing to immigrate to the United States if we were so bad for society. People would not want with. We don't want to come in. And when you see what happened at the Loudon County School board meeting last night where the people who are trying to implement these policies desperately want to silence those who are critical of them. What does that tell you about this? This underlying theory? That is a feature, not a bug of the system in repressive tolerance for Marco Sousa in the 19 sixties, wrote that the ideas of the right had to be suppressed. This is this is just pure Marxism because critical race theory has very deep roots in Marxism. Uh all all it does is that it adds raced to the mix, insist that the oppressor and the oppressed I a result of the race of national origin. Um, so no, the marches cannot cooling habits with an opposition. They must suppress the opposition if you look at any marks of society that has ever existed. They have been Goolaj and there has been double think because people cannot express it. We're beginning to see double think Americans are afraid to speak their mind. We sweep this this good pulling down this. We have to fight against this as a freedom loving people. We do, and we're glad we've got Mike Gonzalez joining us in that fight. He's a senior fellow at the Heritage Foundation's Institute for International Studies..

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"derrick bell" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"derrick bell" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Afternoons at five on AM 7 90 K ABC. Mm hmm. Welcome back to the bench. Shapiro show so folks in the media will tell you that you do not understand what critical race theory is. So that's why we're explaining it to you today. Richard Delgado and Jean Stephane Check continue in critical race theory introduction. So we've already established a few key principles here. Okay, one racism, his ordinary, Not aberrational, too. White over color ascendancy serves important purposes. Okay, what they say here is that this second principle white over color sentences serves important purpose purposes. This actually Is deeply tied into policy. They say. The second feature sometimes called interest, convergence or material determinism as a further dimension Because racism advances the interests of both white elites, material er, materially and working class people, psychically large segments of society have little incentive to eradicate it. So the idea here is that racism again is all around you and it serves you. You may think that you're against racism. You're not. You're happy about racism, Because if you're an elite, it serves you materially. The system serves you as an elite. The system serves you The system is racist. Therefore you are racist in upholding the system. If you are a poor white person, you are still privileged by the system because you psychically get to look at all these people of color and say those people of color are less than I am and therefore I have more common cause with the white elite than I do with the people who are of my own class. You may notice the Marxist in here. Right now We're talking about class differentiation, and I really people should have class solidarity rather than racial solidarity. You can see that the Marxist dimension and started slip in here because, as we'll explain in just a second critical race theory isn't a neo Marxist movement is an offshoot of critical fury, which is in and of itself a Marxist movement. So what are the effects of this? Okay, So Derrick Bell, who is again a major critical race theories will get more on him in a second. Get a shocking proposal that Brown versus Board of Education, for example, right. That is one of the great anti racist moments in American history of an actual Supreme Court decision, saying that under the Constitution of the United States, it is illegal. For blacks and whites to be forced into separate schools. Derek Bell says that this just promulgated more racism. He says that the Brown versus Board of Education considered a great triumph of civil rights litigation may have resulted more from the self interest of elite white, then a desire to help blacks. Okay, So these are the first two themes and these are the ones that everybody kind of agrees on. One is that racism is ordinary, non aberrational and the second Is that that ordinary nous serves important psychic and material purposes. For white people. Write your whiteness makes you enjoy the racism of the system. And then we get you to principles of CRT that are sort of in conflict with one another. And you might say, sort of, I mean, almost directly in opposition to one another. According to Delgado and Stefan Check a third theme of critical race theory. The social construction thesis holds that race and races are products of social thought and relations, not objective, inherent or fixed. They correspond to no biological or genetic reality. Rather, races are categories that so society invents, manipulates or retires when convenient. Okay, So then you might say, Okay, Well, that sounds more like you know, the Martin Luther King thing. Okay, so if race is a social construction, then we really should attempt to see beyond race. We should see individuals, individuals, but no, This is not a critical race theorists argue. Instead, they argue the systems of power are racist. And they have made up race as a social construct in order to damn other people, But the weather you get beyond that is not by seeing beyond race the way that you get beyond that is by embracing race. Which brings us to the fourth thesis, which is a direct conflict Thursday. Thesis, the fourth thesis. The notion of unique voice of color coexisting in somewhat uneasy tension with the anti centralism The voice of color thesis holds because of their different histories and experiences with oppression. Black, Indian, Asian and Latino writers and thinkers may be able to communicate to their white counterparts matters that the whites are unlikely to know. Minority status, in other words, brings with it a presumed competence to speak about race and racism. The legal storytelling movement urges black and brown writers to recount their experiences with racism and legal system and to apply their own unique perspectives to assess laws. Master narratives. This is where you get into the superiority of the Of the perspective of people of color. White people can't talk about this stuff. They're presumed incompetent to talk about this stuff. Now you may say, Wait a second. I thought the race was a social construct, but no Because in essence, this four thesis is more important than the third visas. There's racial essential is, um, if you're white, you suffer from whiteness. If you're a person of color, you have a presumed superiority to speak about racism, and we must listen to your perspectives on the system. Now, all of this is the outgrowth of critical theory. Critical theory is a branch of thought that began in the early 20th century was something called the Frankfurt School. The Frankfurt school positive Basically, that systems of Power and hierarchy throughout the world were in fact covers for discrimination and cruelty. And thus we have to be super critical about all of those systems of power as a Marxist theory that basically said that Everything bad in Nazi Germany is a product of capitalism Everything America Frankfurt theorists actually openly said that America in the 19 fifties was proto fascist that was going to lead to Nazi Germany, which is, of course insane. You're a Marxist. So of course they believe that And critical fury is is a sort of neo Marxist movement in which power defines everything right which, as you can see, bled the only difference between sort of critical theory and critical race theory. Can see the similarity in the name is the word race instead of saying that all of the systems of power are created in order to help the upper class, which is sort of a critical theory posits critical race theory posits that all of the systems of power were created in order to help people of specific races. Which is why there is pretty heavy crossover. So Derrick Bell, who I mentioned earlier than one of the founders of critical race theory, and a man who Barack Obama famously hugged in the 19 eighties, as he was trying to preserve his tenure at Harvard Law School. Despite having done very little academic work, Derek Bell wrote the whole liberal worldview of private rights in public sovereignty mediated by the rule of law needed to be exploded. Worldview premised upon the public and private spheres is an attractive mirage that masks the reality of economic and political power. Right. So what is the end goal of critical race theory? According people like Derek Bell exploded the system. The end goal is to teach everybody that they are the product of a corrupt system the only way to extra pate and extricate your own whiteness. Is to involve yourself in this great task of exploding the system, ideas of private and public rights. The idea of liberal Worldviews in which you have the right to freedom of speech or the right to own your own property. All of these things lead to discrimination and not not only lead to them spring from a desire to uphold discrimination. This is the fundamental political theory of critical race theory. So all of this is the lead up. How the media present this stuff. So the way that the media present.

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Ilhan Omar Leads the Latest Scam on Critical Race Theory

The Dan Bongino Show

01:50 min | 1 year ago

Ilhan Omar Leads the Latest Scam on Critical Race Theory

"Before the break where he's like, Listen, we're not teaching critical race theory. No, I thought you were proud of it. Number one, I guess not. You're running from it, but he There's the stunt. You want to see the stunt get ready. Although they may not be assigning the Derrick Bell Delgado tax, said the critical theory texts from decades ago. They're teaching all the principles hidden. Here's the trick. And I'm gonna tell you how to beat it. Let me give you an analogy because stories sometimes work better and are easy to understand. It's like saying say, your real hand, Omar. Oh, my gosh. You guys are such y you know, brother marry er you're such whiners. We're not teaching a course in bank robbery, and then you go and you look at the curriculum and it says Here is how you purchase the firearm to get money from the bank. Here is how you write the note to the teller indicating you have the firearm here is how you get the note back and don't leave fingerprints. Here is how you ask for the money. Here is how you get rid of the dye pack. Here is how you position the getaway car. Here's how long it takes for the police to respond once the emergency button is hit. Here's how to launder the money afterwards and then going we're not teaching bank robbery. It's a cash withdrawal class. And you're like, Oh, okay. We're not teaching wanted to rob a bank. Really? Did you read the course. So their latest scam is again a word dance euphemisms wordplay again. We're not teaching critical race theory. You crazy parents out there roll overreacting yet you look at the curriculum White impression. The white male patriarchy. Knowledge is a construct of power. All things that strangely appear. Where Where do they appear? Jim? Where did they appear again? Oh, that's my critical race theory. Thank you. Thank you. I needed I forgot for a second. This is

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Critical Race Theory: What Is It?

On The Media

02:09 min | 1 year ago

Critical Race Theory: What Is It?

"Is critical Race theory? Yes. So critical Race theory began around the 19 seventies with the law professor Derrick Bell and a couple of other legal scholars trying to understand the ways. That race and American law intersected how history of slavery and segregation was sort of codified and continue to influence American law Today. Adam Harris is a staff writer at the Atlantic. His most recent article was titled The GOP S Critical Race Theory Obsession, Harris says. One of the first instances we started to see critical race theory being used as a political bludgeon was in the early 19 nineties, President Bill Clinton nominated Atlantic near to the Justice Department. She was a legal scholar who done a lot of work and voting rights and conservatives effectively used her previous work in voting rights to sort of tag her as someone who was arguing for racial quotas in voting for the amount of seats that people should hold on city councils. They also tagged her as championing a radical school of thought. Called Critical Race Theory. Amid mounting pressure from conservatives, President Clinton has withdrawn his nomination of Lani Guinier to head up the Justice Department's civil rights division, claiming veneers writings lent themselves to views that he could not embrace the president cut her loose rather than fight a divisive battle on Capitol Hill. From there you have A kind of dormant period. It's not really until after George Zimmerman was acquitted in the murder of Trayvon Martin, the Jesse Jackson like race profiteer race grievance industry says everything's about race. America's a racist nation. You see a mention of critical race theory after a video surfaces of President Barack Obama hugging Derek Bell in 1990, you know When he was a law student at Harvard Law. The president is actually kind of aligning himself here with a well known campus radical. There is a conservative back last thing that he believes in this radical critical race theory. And then they're a kind of a couple of mentions up until 2020 shortly after George Floyd is murdered, You start to see a

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"derrick bell" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"derrick bell" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"I don't know what it is, you know, throwing breaks another time people write me. You should do this on your show. You should have this guest. Don't forget to mention us. Don't Who want Has the brass wants to bother it? Talk show host about this. That's an amazing thing. An amazing thing. People constantly tell me how to do my job. I had to do a show. I move on your the audience here who I care about. Trying to unravel what Obama did in this whole effort here. There were many Prominent critics of CRT. Critical race theory. One of the most important ones to me was the late Reverend Martin Luther King, Junior's chief of staff, confident and friend is closest Confidante. Dr Wyatt T. Walker. Walker was a legend in the civil rights movement in his own right. His friend and frequent collaborator in the school choice movement. Steve Clint Ski Right. So Walker was King's field general in the organized resistance. Against notorious Birmingham Birmingham Safety Commissioner Bull Connor. I'm not gonna read this whole thing, too. But why is this significant Because Walker had nothing but contempt for critical race theory. He was disgusted with it. In critical race. The irritations were disgusted with him. And the civil rights movement. Remember what I said earlier. About what Marcus had said. Marcos said that this is nothing but an effort to create. A tolerant society proved to prevent the proletariat from rising up and overthrowing this country. Well, of course, they have nothing but contempt for the Civil Rights Act of 64, the Civil Rights Act of 65 Martin Luther King himself, although only a few of them will admit that Martin Luther King's confidant sought and he know it. Because he's not a Marxist. And so this is what He's being talked to your Children. This is what's being peddled to your Children again. I'm not going to go into it anymore or page after page of the page and putting the book down, you understand my point. They reject all the progress that's been made because from their perspective, it's nothing more. Nothing more than an effort to prevent a full blown Marxist violent revolution. That is their belief. How do I know? Because I've read it. One scholar after another. I've read Marcos, just like the new leftist read Marcus. And he's not the only one Derrick Bell. He'd been a professor at Stanford Law School than Harvard Law School. They don't hide their views their way out there for everyone to read. And so when you have these apologists on TV, and you have an apologist Obama Whose bodies were domestic terrorists whose bodies Well, Mark, whose followers Nobody knows better than Barack Obama. What critical race theory is what critical theory is. Because he was pals with domestic terrorists. Who are also followers of Marcus and the new left movement. And that man was elected president of the United States for eight years. While they trashed Trump, and they trashed all the Republicans and sister big issue Now we got a lot of big issues, pal. A lot of them, but they're sure as hell is one of the mic. I cover many in the book. Thought you'd want to be aware of it. I'll be right back. Ladies and gentlemen, I want to ask you a question. Did you know withdrawing your cash from the bank can be very risky. That's right. I said it. Let me educate you about this. Banks are now required to spy on us for the government and the report. Any behavior they think is suspicious, man. Oh, man, I was shocked as I read the Secret War on cash from Swiss America..

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"derrick bell" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

07:27 min | 2 years ago

"derrick bell" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"All we gave you the news that I mean if you've been paying attention to the owners and the the players Major League Baseball news that unexpected but it is a bummer none the less the players have voted to very recently to aims will the owners then implements their own forty eight fifty fifty to sixty game season that is fellows the the deck shoe that we are waiting on to to drop and drop loudly vin do the players say all right we agree to that in March we will play by your rules will play a fifty whatever sixteen game season or do the players say now let's go to court and then do the honors buckle because they don't want to go to court do some players play to some players not play buster Olney at ESPN in his Twitter counties kind of run through the five or six things that could happen another three players officially officially voted down the sixty day proposal other than the players accepting the shortened season none of the options are all that great well it was a thirty three five votes so it wasn't like they were just off on just one little thing here or there so it's a pretty pretty strong vote now does rob Manfred implement what he can implement does he try to do it does he try to get in and how many games and and then there is there a group of owners that you know without an agreement would rather shut the season down and then and then and then if the numbers are backsliding from what they've already been offered in the games in the dollars and everything starts going down because that's the owner so this was R. as rob said our final offer I think the question's going to come up at some point to you know did the owners negotiate this in good faith and warned they may go to an armature sound this could be really hopefully that's won't happen but that's what that's the road it sounds like it appears to be headed down what if the players said to her would take your stupid fifty game season and they when played and then like every game no one swung the bat they listed their what would you member Derek bell repair bill yeah never operation shut down there just a just a league wide Derrick bell operations shut down as depressing as that would be Tom I'm here for a moment here for it J. Gilbert arenas that one night with Musselman right yeah yeah yeah most minutes talk time outs he's losing his mind just let me know so I can take the unders and offers good yeah yeah that'll be all together beyond that you're done after that you can get anymore but the first night of the night to sit there like us can be nice course I guess somebody at some point you have to swing the bat so these were one somebody's gonna have to swing the bat at some point I guess you get that guy at second base in the tenth inning it is say just let him still second third you guys do that does next night will do it here again every every game B. fifty two minute the TV people will like the hell we're gonna do the two hours to get to fill this windows was still two hours fifty two minutes you gotta be kidding meminta but obviously that would be dumb and they wouldn't do it because then everyone hate them too so you actually have the acceptable companion on your side on this one right now and got it is I don't know where I. all the orders had to do is say well give you sixty five let's just go that's all they had to do this because sixty five but it's over there's no there's no way if they go sixty five the players say now after all they've been through it just wouldn't of happened I think that I think sixty five dates that would have been right at forty percent and I think I figured it out that's for you and forty percent full parade no not ideal but guess what nothing's ideal right now forty percent would have been okay word what that will do it forty percent good you guys gonna lose some money and Amanda and that's the thing that really bothers me and I made a quick of sent over over over again that bill has been amended upon the head back into this they always do and I think the automated it more so because of July in everybody's interests of bay but they decided now we don't we don't see it that way and we don't want to do it and we don't want you guys feel like you want it all because maybe that'll embolden you going into twenty twenty one which is that is stinks all it really does I mean where is like less than ten days ago we sit around going oh man may they might they might get this thing done there's like they're gonna get this thing done it pretty well hopefully people reporting that did it's close to being done so grown in your casino mind what would you put let's say there's roughly twelve hundred baseball players right wing a forty man rosters let's say thirty teams you get roughly twelve hundred baseball players what's what's your over under on the number of guys who just say you know what screw this I'm sitting it out that will be hard to discern because some of them will be sitting it out tutor can medical concerns and some will be during due to financial insult but how many how many how many players you think so you know what go ahead have your season implement whatever you want we'll catch and twenty one I bet well if those fifty I think a lot of good feel that way well they do it I don't know because legally have no they can and they're not there to bad position on that one I think they can fight that when all they want but I think they would they would lose that and then that would look it's like it's like right now you feel like you got public opinion on your side you want her to keep it that way and I don't know how much that really matters but it's nice to meet nice to have that pressure put on the put on the owners for a chain letter than the alternative yeah exactly so I I don't know how many probably a low number I feel like a playing card charts only go low number here low I'm gonna go on forty two hours what I'm gonna do okay for kind of a dumb show is actually kind of fun yeah I don't know that I don't I don't know but it's just this whole damn thing it really is it really just it just frustrates meted out on eighty eight I don't even know why does it does does so because the easy common sense thing could have been done a long time ago but to me it's been obvious since the third of we can March the owners have been pointing to this situation ever since they made that agreement eighty eighty two games for pro rated salaries I do have a statement from the M. L. B. T. Hey earlier this evening the full board thirty three to five reaffirm the players eagerness to return to work as soon and as safely as possible to that end we anticipate finalizing a comprehensive set of health and safety protocols with Major League Baseball in the coming days and we await word from the league on.

"derrick bell" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"derrick bell" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"ESPN one Chicago's home for sports now you have a card Ron Clark of ice beat Caminiti in terms of rugged hands I think so about Derrick bell I don't think I mean we're talking car device and Ken Caminiti I don't think Derek bell's in that conversation how Morris about mo Vaughn mo Vaughn might be in that conversation on a good one it has been a rougher Hanson how Morris at Sean Casey opera fans you know what maybe still god's good take my good strong take on that you know what is usually followed by an opinion the mayor I feel like the mayor had soft hands I do I do to all day be solved gentle caressing hands yeah I believe that to be CC don't live up to our show with this store guides phony is PM radio ESPN radio was presented by progressive insurance lance Armstrong's rise was among the most dramatic inspirational and popular stories in sports history then his fall was remarkably absolute years later his story remains as compelling as ever and as for the man himself is not done talking the latest thirty for thirty lance premieres with part one this Sunday at nine eastern on ESPN part one will be available to stream on ESPN plus immediately following the conclusion of the broadcast here's your sports that are up to date former Utah Jazz head coach Jerry Sloan has passed away he was seventy eight years old the NFL's making plans to experimentally.

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"derrick bell" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

Problematic Premium Feed

10:26 min | 2 years ago

"derrick bell" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

"That doesn't really help me because absolutely how to play basketball and that level but if somebody is getting put on just because they're black. Well Hey I can do. I've already done that. I've really done done three quarters of the work just by being me so I feel like in a weird way. It's about themselves. They kind of feel. There's some kind of personal brand benefit from this is almost product placement. Yeah and I think it doesn't help that. People have developed these weird like Peres social relations to certain people in media our like whatever like politics e around? Afc Ray ANC is a brand. I don't know if you're okay going into this territory because people hate talking. Afc because they're like Oh. She does more good than harm. But I'm like it's not about that it's about that. She's she's fully brand. She was on ru Paul's drag race and doing the most nationalistic patriotic stop. I've heard and anybody else who did what she did would be like cancels quote unquote. She like literally had a whole bit where she posted on her twitter. Where she's like. We are all patriots Blah Blah Blah. And I'm like are you. People still convinced that she doesn't give a crap about foreign policy like she literally who which person like Iran Omar has never ever ever ever been like. I'm a patriot. She's never done and she's been attacked so much. So it's not an excuse that it's like to normalize them and like make them more palatable to like American Public Bob like Ilhan. Marin Rashida tape have never been the knee with that stuff goes on Rupaul. And she liked does the whole bit and she does the light kind of she plays. She plays up how she pronounces her name sometimes. She did a video from Muslims recently. Where she literally was like playing up her own pronunciation of her name and all these Muslim words where like Muslims in America don't pronounce words like that year she she's something where I kinda saw when it was happening where I was like I feel like this is my big fear. Favorite people nephew black lives matter and not a black activist like a lot of people. Think they're savvy because they've caught onto the old person who pulled a trick on them but they're more than ready to be hoodwinked by the new face during the same trick but just slightly Refined or or adjusted. So it's like a lot of people are very congratulatory. Now that they kind of see through Obama and they'll talk about all this stuff like Oh. We were fooled was culture. Personality keyed the right package and said the right things but he didn't really follow through and it was charisma and good looks and whatever and while the pencils on the back with that as Andrea cashier. Cortez is showing danger of becoming a similar thing becoming home. Culture of Personality or someone who's kind of lightly vetted because People find her like likable this para social thing and I think that's the thing that's really dangerous. I feel that way with These two new shootings black men. That happened everyone from before. Who's trying to back on it? People like our de Ray and people at the root in other places trying to hop back on it and then and people are lay on. Remember you guys sold out. You never got anything done you. Guys just Try to Oscars write memoirs and appear in Vanity Fair. You guys just use it to build your own brands and people are feeling really good like I was talking with somebody else talking with A hundred AMIS and he was like yeah. I think people are too savvy. Now they're not gonNA fall for it again. I'm not. I'm not that optimistic. I think they're not gonNA fall from an old actors but I bet you brand new face comes is just a little more radical than Cindy Ray back lives matter and looks a little more punk rock or whatever or they'll more after centric wherever they're going to fall all over again and then a year from now gonna see that person attending the Oscars I I i. I Love Andre. So this is nice to hear his name. This conversation but with Obama. I don't know if you remember. But one of his big promises was to shut down Guantanamo Bay and he had all that language around it so like leftists who were kind of bitter about the Iraq war and like understood so like it's not fully type of online. Let's have now but like left. Activists did save Obama. Kind of is like harm reduction. Or whatever and he'll shut down Guantanamo Guantanamo still open. We'd like romanticized now or we're in this weird post world where like Michelle Obama Hugs Bush. He hangs out with Ellen DeGeneres. It's weird it's super weird and grotesque and and they're all brands right an AO see. I think you're right. She's GonNa be lightly vetted because she has all this activist language anytime I've ever tweeted about. Afc and I'm so light about it. I'm like AFC is kind of a centrist. Stop saying she's radical because she says prison abolition and people just start getting so angry or you get attacked for that. I walked very recently very recently right. Everybody kind of got on you. Yeah all these leftists who are like my friends and comrades like they just jumped on me they were like I got. I got like I've never really threatened with rape or assault. It was the first time. Somebody's like cokie. Tounsi rapes you. Was like a big follower of mine for years. And he was like he was like I hope the DNC rapes for being bad to like the most radical person. We've had in the in the in Congress for this long and I was like are you okay. And then Michael Brooks Michael Brooks like took it up with me. And then people started attacking on my behalf or whatever. I don't know so weird. It was weird when you said that threat that he said I found myself laughing not because it was funny to threaten sexual violence but because it was just such a weird threat like it'll be someone just saying out of the blue the DNC Lynch's you but but they're supposed to be a on the left late. Why not just say hey? I hope the hoping the DNC disappoints you like. Why go that far? Because it's kind where you're supposed to be on the left supposed to be better than this stuff but you go to the most vile plays instantly to the point of things even nonsensical like the idea of institution. Oh and it was like it was like a very Very well described threat to it was like literally. I hope the DNC like rods your legs and rapes you for like not liking AFC. It was so vile and the person kept following me. They would like reply to my tweets and tell me how smart and great I was and I was like cigarette. Just mad at me for this thing and it happened with so many people I got messages. I have opened yams of people being like You just are jealous. 'cause you're Brown woman who's like not in Congress I'm like that's like not my aspirational goal. Like that's not something. I desire for For Soviet I. I'm an American citizen but I am in Canada. Yeah so I am an American citizens. I think people think I want that stuff I also. Yeah I I am in Canada and I'm quite happy to be honest league. Has its own problems. But it's better in Florida. I think I think when people do that. I think when people do that wasn't something about themselves because I feel like if you're in the jumped this person's jealous because they want clout or exposure. Then I think if anything. That's kind of revealing you you're projecting your own thing because it's weird like. I don't normally jump to that with people. I try to get people who good faith that they have a real Disagreement with something so I was used to find it very interesting. That people will ask. I always jumped to. There will always jump to You're just jealous or or you wish you had that exposure. When at the time when d'auray was still untouchable as far as being criticized now kind of become kind of market open joke only really really hardcore groupie that thinks still kind of rock with him or really tone deaf like boomer type centrist still believe as connection to any radical tradition. But at the time it was uncool to this like matter what I brought up about him no matter whether there was about his Stuff with teach for America and all these weird neoliberal think-tank institutions and things he was connected within and how it came out of nowhere. Clearly like astroturf type of plant. Everyone's like Oh you know you just you just jealous and there. There was a guy who was on the ground in Ferguson was from Ferguson. Who WAS COMPLAINING? About how the direct kind of a protest crasher who hijacked the protests and may may face an people just complaining to him Just wish that you were getting on. Tv like him disguised even trying to get on TV. He's he's still in Ferguson. He's not he doesn't have a head shot he's not trying to break into that before. I think it's bizarre. I guess because I'm older than I am but not that much older than I am and I guess we're both like Brown woman who are left so people were just like thinking that that's what I aspire to but I. I have no aspirations to be an electoral politics. As of right now in my life browns will ask me what is Brown is Brown mean. I mean you're from Pakistan Morocco in. She's She Puerto Rico. Like yeah I mean th the Chart. You guys are close somehow. Make sure that yeah. I'm I'm Muslim. I care a lot about foreign policy. She clearly doesn't it. I would never identifies Patriot on a TV. Show like Rupaul drag race. I would never tell people there. Patriot I don't I don't think nation states are good like wouldn't I don't think like we're we're very different so it was just bizarre? That people were like you wish you had that platform. I'm like no actually don't actually have no desire. I like being in my community and like working in my community and doing what I do with people who are like at drop. Ins and doing hybrid. Like that's what I like but I actually what you're making me. Think of with your as you're making me think about more recently Shaun King and like how people are so unable to kind of deal with him because he does do. I don't know if I'm right or wrong here because I did tweet on the podcast account and so many people had different opinions but People are like well even of Sean kings bad like sometimes steals money and does this kind of Protest crashing or whatever. He does get things done at times but then he has this weird thinking about Brown nece. He has this thing about race. That's confusing so does Rachel does is L. Were like they have. They have relations to community more so than like Warren which is weird but then Warren gotta pass. But they don't get a pass and and I'm not saying this is good or bad. I'm just saying it's such a weird conversation. And they have celebrity actors. You know. There's a good part. Yeah the cost. Shaun King Things Talcum X. And all these other derogatory nicknames but Elizabeth Warren Street up. And it's no big deal you know. It's it's kind of funny position at Harvard Lying. That was meant to go to a black woman. Because Derrick Bell step down to give that position to a black woman. Zan.

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"derrick bell" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

07:58 min | 2 years ago

"derrick bell" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Nine has a David and also applied to write five nothing where we got the inning five nothing yeah there is just use a strong machine that that was your first game is a little bit of trivia for you as well for me my first pitcher I ever saw the first game that I ever went to was Nolan Ryan Nolan Ryan against catfish hunter of the Oakland he's it's for it but don't get to see a no no yeah that is so cool Ryan one ugh Paul I just your luck to go see and Nolan the one no hitter man your first call my first my second game after that I would say the bash brothers were the biggest thing back then and I was mark McGwire fan my little brother was that can take a friend can say go went to the Rangers ninety two Nolan was switching and so that was the second game my dad took us to our nineteen ninety two may be maybe ninety three was so that my brother could root for Conseco and I got to see Nolan pitch again and obviously no no but right right before it is much less of don Drysdale and oral source either for your doctors my guess that I would I used to be a better fan and so best time doc Mitchell Roger Clemens I I love to throw so I associate with the pictures hello Intel I became a fan but after eighty eight and then then you start watching the the the the bash brothers became a fan of the the big hitters yeah I tell you what I want to go ahead and cancel it Alan Ryan what's that yes what he did as I want to go out and play some catch right now just being about baseball when you talk about how you you sort of you know you're you're socially with the pictures and I love the pitch I love to play every position except catcher in right field anything else I was good with but I loved to pitch and I could just as you were saying that I just thought oh gosh what a great thing is to go pick up that baseball now ball right now I mean that glove right now and just go out there and it just a little bit it sounds so good to me right now but that's a great great memory Ryan and thanks for sharing that with me I'm always have time to talk baseball and particularly Nolan Ryan because I still say for my money for my money right the best pitcher to ever play how to fix the game is Nolan Ryan how many kids were named Ryan after Nolan Ryan I have a good friend who named his son Ryan after Nolan Ryan into you if you love people as it will look at his record overall blah blah blah he's not the best pitcher well I disagree with that it'll take a couple of reasons and Ryan thank you for calling tonight one he played with the Rangers and he played with the Astros just a couple of the teams he played for and they weren't very good and he played for the angels and he played with some of these teams when they weren't at their best and to have a what seven no hitters seven I mean if there is a greater pitcher in the game ever the I would love to know who it is but I do want to say this because I'm a his talk in sports I miss it so much but let I want to share with you right now is it really wanted to do this all night speaking of great pictures okay and great pitching performances it was on this day may sixth and this was in let's see this was for gosh what year was this now well it was in the nineties I'll find here for you but I remember watching this and I remember thinking to myself this may be the most dominant pitching performance what I'm sorry one of my never seen and it was even a no hitter you think well no hitters the most dominant okay this but what is the most dominant game the pitcher can pitch CMOST he was a perfect game but on today's date may sixth it evokes the anniversary of an ever so slightly in perfect game that might actually be in the best case of all and when I saw this I was astounded by this youngster twenty your role it was twenty two years let's see so let me see what they're going to see if I can figure out the date here this was twenty two years guess was twenty two years ago today okay twenty two years ago today so Kerry ward we remember we had Kerry wood on the show earlier talking about the big day of giving dot org by the way big day of giving dot org please check that out but this Kerry wood's twenty years old scraping the ceiling a pitching performance with a record tying twenty strikeout one hit masterpiece against the cheating Astros Wrigley Field sorry Astros fans they were cheating then it was the fifth start of of of Kerry wood scored I think about this his fifth start that day comes into this game with a five eight nine ERA twelve walks over his first eighteen and a third innings as a big leaguer okay so he comes into this game and unleashes perhaps the most devastating so the pitchers ever seen from a major league mound he struck Derrick bell struck about struck during bell out swing and in the commission of the one of the Astros and in just two hours and nineteen minutes he had tied Roger Clemens all time record for strikeouts in a nine inning game and refused to yield even a single walk Houston's only baserunners came when Ricky Gutierrez grounder glanced off third baseman Kevin Ortiz glove for a third inning single and the call in the the cubs fans Baghdad to be world as an error as the game moved on right and they plunk Craig BGO with the curve in the sixth but I'm telling you to this day in in watching the highlights check it out for yourself just check out Kerry wood's twenty strikeout performance and this guy is throwing some of the craziest most unbelievably hard to hit pitches then I like I said I've ever seen a guy throw just a little is a little portion of this to give you a little bit in the game his home ballpark good they're listed in November just in terms of his stuff Ms Nolan Ryan at twenty two Houston Astros must be very there is more straight strikeouts for Kerry will go over this game unbelievable for his fifth consecutive now we'll see if the runner goes guti eras on three two he doesn't Mistry's throw behind the runner the first day and watch.

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"derrick bell" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

10:26 min | 2 years ago

"derrick bell" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"I just came across this very funny video that was tweeted out yesterday I guess is a part of the April fools look back so remember Derrick bell the great Derrick bell spent some time with the Mets living on a boat yes so do Derek bell apparently when he was a member of the Toronto Blue Jays got pranked by the great Joe Carter is Joe Carter and the people in the side of the skydome at that point who were talking over the you know making the announcements they pretended to raffle off his truck to some one in the stands so so Joe Carter comes out driving his truck around the outfield and they're talking about all right here's a trucker to raffle off to a fan and Derek bell fulls totally forties completely miffed I just tweeted out the video the visuals a lot better than me explaining it to you but it is absolutely hilarious and it just made me think about Derrick bell Hey Derek bell is one of the most bizarre players is that I can ever remember he lives on that boat when he was with the the Mets he had that famous quote when he's with the pirates were he said he was going to go into operation shut down if there was a competition out in left field he thought that he was just get the starting position without even completing forty because if there's a competition going to be an operation shut down and then of course this prank out there so it's if you're looking for some the laugh at today if you didn't need a laugh go to my Twitter account check out the great Derek bell and and and Joe Carter it's it's definitely worth it hello yet hello I think you know what about a ten or eleven year career yeah yeah I mean absolutely I mean he he was he he was a guy who was good enough to hang for a decade but he was just like all these like ridiculous stories always follow him I was just reading now or read more of it next week but Parker breaks are not as long as it used to be I can usually read a full article but not not right now but I hi I was reading something in the in New York times magazine a profile on Derek bell so what he did is he kept his is fifty eight foot sea ray eight hundred and he had all his stuff from Tampa on there he brought to New York and he was still living on it in April and take it we kept it in the Hudson and he used to commute to shake it up in the summer how big was the boat fifty eight foot sea ray I'm it's a big boat I mean you know it's a big it's all about no I know I know it's a really big part but just him living on a boat and commuting from the holds him over to queens in Shea Stadium and then he would tie it up get off and go play a baseball game is just absolutely amazing so anyway that memories of Derrick bell it made me smile today all right eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six the number to join the show to go out to amity ville and welcoming Scott Hey Scott what's happening today not much got a bill in it's got so it's only with the malicious every totally reminds me of the old like Chris Farley show like you know grade B. like let's say you don't really like governor Cuomo allegedly called the Jerry remember I got you run the numbers don't let's talk about that yeah it's awesome yeah that was awesome he would answer questions and then the other hit you so right about that the other thing you would do Scott was when he would mess something up and then you go also stupid so stupid hard hitting his head all right wonderful we got to keep my garments upon the couple weeks ago and I was still over and I kind of shut down and and thankfully a of the five point a resume that's what I actually got a job but now I'm going grocery store the grocery store the distribution up trying to get people to get out of the frying pan in the private thank you guys keep me laughing everyday and I stay safe and try out their voice absolutely you to Scott and and best of luck to you yeah that's that's something I mean there's definitely if you're out of work there's jobs to be had right now for these jobs as he mentioned I mean it's a perfect phrase out of the frying pan into the fire I use some of these jobs you have to go out there and put yourself at risk whether supermarket or delivery stop or whatever it is so if people have to make that choice but there are you know these places that are hiring that's for sure there's a lot of places that are not that they're certain industries in certain businesses we talked about former that are are doing really well right now yeah there there there are and you know not not all the economy is shut down I I and I understand why people would want the whole thing shut down and and be even more aggressive than we are but you know we're living in the middle of it right so the US in California are really being hit hard right now as we speak so you know we we feel a different set of anxiety and stress and pressure here then some other people around our country do and they're not always here a number of people comparing us to South Korea we need to do with South Korea does we need to do this well South Korea is a much smaller country both geographically and and also population wise and like I would say it's more of a homogeneous I was a population that our population and you know we're we're so diverse were so different and you know we tend to live on top of each other here in New York one of the reasons why we're dealing with as many problems as we are that in the public transportation system and a lot of front line people that have to be exposed like the NYPD and FDNY so it's a totally different set of circumstances here then it may be somewhere else and and I do think for the most part the politicians you know I I give them the pluses in terms of how they're handling this this goes from the federal government all the way to the state government maybe not the city government but I would say that for the most part everybody's doing their job but if there are portions of this got conned me that are just exploding and and I would probably say the supermarkets probably are leading the way right now with the amount of things that are gone on over the last two months and will continue to go on for the next couple of months and I know that our buddy Joe G. who does have a couple of supermarket three or four supermarkets out in the Hamptons has said that you know they can stock their shelves and they have to restock them every night and it's almost as if he's like in the middle of August and we're only in April so you know he he is seeing it out in the Hamptons and I know many are seeing it all across Long Island just how scared some of the supplies or James in north Arlington New Jersey and now on the families of James okay what washed up or say it's hard to believe that you guys did that hockey game there does a special center it's been almost a month I mean it's actually unbelievable how fast time goes and we're not on this this problem but what you can recycle I've been in the role without press coverage of boomers right I'm a witch she reminds me it's like how it was always you want every autumn so you'll get someone like I was at the Bridgeport microphone James he's a team guy I got I had a woman come upon the interchange fort and one thing we don't want what we talked about his great places they have to have that team concept I mean you guys can call seven I mean guys do it all well I appreciate that I I just you know from my own personal experience and and watching these players over the last twenty five years since I've been out of the league you know there are there more buttoned up than we ever were when we were flying I can tell you that it's just simply because they have to be more careful with the way that they carry themselves of what they say because of all the social media scrutiny that they're dealing with these days but there are still ways of doing things and going on the right way and when you're it's all about you know tolerance of productivity and you'll tolerate the nonsense as long as the guys productive events Antonio brown is probably the the the poster child for that in in the sense that you know a great football player a dynamic football player a football player who changes the game when he's on the field but because of the antics and because of all the nonsense that's around him nobody wants to touch him he's radioactive right now I'm not saying that cam Newton as radio active I'm just saying that for the Carolina Panthers it wore itself out he wore it out he was injured there was a lot of questions about him it's all about him it's not about the team and the one thing I will say that I appreciate more so than anything else about the attributes that both Tom Brady and drew Brees bring to their football teams is that there's no drama around them at least one time for twenty years under bill Belichick shell does he go and dealt with all the nonsense that he had a deal with behind the scenes that we never saw any never publicly complained about any of it the same thing I can say for drew Brees with Sean Payton never complains about anything they just go about their business they lead by example they're paying a lot of money to lead by example and they do that and there are there are some other quarterbacks out there that are getting paid a lot of money that don't lead by example and I I think that you know more more you'll see guys that are going to be let loose part from their teams if they're not winning because they don't want to deal with all the drama that's surrounding them so that's where I'm coming from from cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers broken up relationship yeah I don't see as much drama I am not saying that he's drew Brees or Tom Brady or dak Prescott or any of these guys that is not yours just basically the face of the franchise and and not bring any sort of waves to the team but I don't see as much drama there but the biggest issue I would have with campuses health I mean that's you know I know these press conferences are crazy and he's got the scars is going to have to do that the sunglasses I know that's not much but yeah I just didn't see as much drama I like I there's so many other players in the NFL and pro sports not just the NFL in pro sports I could point to that it brought a lot more drama and negative news to their team without having it nearly the amount of such success on a campaign ad you know the Carolina Panthers for the most part off the field cameras been great he's been a part of the community down there is raised a lot of money he's given a lot of money away.

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"derrick bell" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

08:54 min | 2 years ago

"derrick bell" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"One of the one of the more scintillating heart pounding comebacks that you'll see on in an NFL playoff game the Texans coming back from down sixteen nothing late in the third quarter and beat the Buffalo Bills twenty two to nineteen in overtime John McLean has been covering the NFL for forty years any covers and for the Houston Chronicle now he joins me on CBS sports radio John if you were covered from last night recovered from last night great comeback bout sections that there's somebody was in buffalo on January third nineteen ninety for each of the biggest joke job again at bell history blown at thirty five forty third quarter late sixteen one thirty two but it was after thirty three would exercise blotter demons score a lot of fans in Houston that as you saw Ron Ron was fantastic in the fourth quarter completed ninety percent of his passes and I think also stand first quarter back to mystery the engineer comebacks of more than fifteen points in college playoff game in the NFL yeah it's the sun Watson is something else we'll we'll talk about him in just a second John I want to stick with you let in with their though I I don't know that that game could have played out any better for someone who is trying to trying to use that story line is sort of the foundation of covering the game this week the way that game played out because John I know was sixteen nothing not thirty two nothing but sixteen nothing away the Texans in the bills were playing last night felt like thirty two nothing to do because the taxes were all they were awful around is defense got off to a terrible start of the first series is totally got bamboozled by the tales about since coordinator by Dave almost turned out those long touchdown they scored all build wells at that but the offense was abused for respect and then something that they said as I drank or something in that time as for that team into a totally different came in it was fun to watch I was told by my doctors that they'd never heard energy stadium louder than it was when I had to leave wait the marshals though when J. J. Y. got his first act and then that kind of spark team so I I thank you was there was an instant classic in Houston the team that used to blow it later Lucy in the first round now detective gotta figure out can they go to the to the debate get past the divisional round for the first time in that industry us these thousand thank yous that have not had a team in the AFC championship game since boilers nineteen seventy nine yeah so it's a love you blue days John McClain joining me on CBS sports radio he's of the Houston Chronicle of course John out we'll get to the chiefs in just a second but you mentioned the sack by JJ watt boy I I mean that I want to ask you two things that play in particular how important was that play to the game and D. J. J. watt exceed what your expectations were for him going into that game last night well first of all Romeo gralla does he's going to play out third down to minutes situations and then they will see how you held up what kind of shape he was there and and he said they said sometimes you come back in that situation no matter what kind of shape you're in cardio wise you're so excited you run yourself out of gas and so that's the way that lighting imply on buffalo's first Sir is very now the third down and then when he did play it first the wild carriages lag and then when he did get that side I can fire her body up he drew a couple of penalties that they had tried to keep up with the bad side to blockers most the time should wind it and so he had an impact on the game and then when during the comeback you stayed on the field so now learned Sean and I know you have to not to be surprised by anything why does it have it back on the old man a big difference to them emotionally and then strategic armies use difference with the crowd to John I mean they they used him quite a bit on the jumbotron in and follow him around quite a bit even when he wasn't when even when he was only on the field sporadically in the first half it felt like he was woven into that game last night and I I felt like that that sax certainly certainly got the the the the crowd into it and then let's flip over to to Sean Watson's performance for a second he John you and I seem to Sean do a lot of amazing things his first three years in the league where does the word is his performance from about the end of the third quarter when he got that touchdown run through the end of overtime stack up for you I think I saw you did you did you twenty what was you twelve thirteen thirteen out of fourteen when they were down sixteen than that yeah he's yeah you stand when they when they fell behind sixteen nothing for the rest of the game to Sean was thirteen of fourteen four hundred ninety four yards and a touchdown in the only in completion was the drop by deer in cells in overtime and he ran for touchdown he ran for two point conversion a fourth for two point conversion sh and the point about why get them to a field goal and not touch them so that was huge and then the boy at the end were whites and should have been sacked twice by strand nail and Matt Milano and he got away from it it's a play for the ages but a I look back up and I wrote about this the player yes Oakland where he was kicked in the **** I would argue she just about brought it down to me I went back and watched if that's even better because he did check kick back and he had to reach up to straighten his face mask indoor touchdown pass to Derrick bells and won the game show that this one will be right up there and all the plays we sing and Mike so far those two were the best in the one yesterday came through at the most clutch time they could possibly use it because it helps set up to when he sailed all John McClain Houston Chronicle joining me on CBS sports radio John how big was that win for bill o'brien last night so my goodness you know bill o'brien they would add his bags packed get a ballot sent out the lost bird wild card game at home and have time I can imagine there was there were people leaving and then look like they came back so I'm here to see a great big sad relate and also there's about bright you know we're all killed in the first half right show but he did he did a great job of keeping that always helping them come back was changes in the third quarter in Romeo canal locking support Nader Jim Kelly they all did a terrific job in the second half of the players respond he went for two points twice both times I wore watching run watch drug yonder IOP kids and so he was big for Brian because now they're back on the road going to stay in more than one this year and maybe they'll be able to pull this one off you've been days I were to win against Kansas city there'd be a buzz in his city about thank that we haven't seen since not even their first playoff victory over Cincinnati but since a baby cow boys in first game in franchise history yeah I would agree with that John last one before I let you go the Titans beat the patriots last night right after the Texans finished up with the bills have you allowed your mind as somebody who cover the Oilers who actually cover the Titans for the first few years they were national because you seem to have a team have you allowed your mind to travel to a place for the Texans are hosting the Titans AFC title here people there's me about that at all so now Michaels wide I'll say do you believe in miracles two of them for both those strange to win in Baltimore and Kansas city to be able to play I used to check it should be able to use that in the Titan's appliance so well right now they're capable of beating just about anybody because the balance there and they're great defense Jenkins with watching his eyebrows they'd be James city of arrowhead battered mounds of Tyree killed during the regular season so they did it once they could do it again Sean but one of the odds are going to do that twice well the need will solar John is you and I both know willful or soft tissue does not cooperate as often as it needs to I expect lower back with this game I thought he would miss this past yeah because you never comes back when he's limited at practice so if he has school practices where he's playing against change he was on the field before the game running routes judging passage from the Sean Watson sloppily spec willful attack on the feel of Jackson's average twenty six with them nineteen without it yeah he's he's a big difference maker they'll they'll need him if they're gonna going to Kansas city of if they dream of the McLean bowl is gonna stay alive Titans versus Texans and so that's what I'm calling it then we will for on the.

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"Tripping call today that affected your cowboys not one but two phantom tripping called that killed Dallas Cowboys rice and I I mean it was awful I mean look the Dallas Cowboys had plenty of opportunities to win this football game but they also have plenty of opportunities taken away by the horrible officiating at that place during tonight's cowboys patriots game and if you have any doubts cowboy fan they will initially make excuses but they also will tell you they weren't helped out tonight by the rex reason any kind of way it's already hard enough to be the peach trees as it is who had coming into the game at the one twenty three at home and fox regarding heart is beating that is when everything's going your way and when things get taken away from you in the way that they were by the referees in this case it's kind of hard to swallow right now I'm talking to have a great he covers the Dallas Cowboys in Dallas is a lot of very interesting storylines with Dallas let's just kind of run down there do you consider them to be the favorite in the NFC east by a process of elimination I still think that they will win the NFC east by virtue of they have another game against Philadelphia they still have to play Washington in again before this season is over with and the way that Philadelphia it's got guys dropping left and right and enough Nagy lard in play today outs on jeopardy in play today who knows how healthy Philadelphia yes as the stress goes on even though they have one of the easiest schedules remaining this season and specially in the NFC east I still think the cowboys are in the driver's seat based on what we've seen from them at times they've been really good at times they've also been very inconsistent at times but honestly the hallmark of the entire day thing gear it down here in Dallas based on what we've watched over the last ten plus you these but as the head coach you speaking of Jerry Jones and Jason Garrett I haven't seen Jerry maybe this pointed when it came to criticism of the coaching staff you said quote special teams is totally a reflection of coaching I mean he basically said I've spent too much money for us to be as average as we've been so far this season do you think Jason Garrett makes it through the end of the season I think you make it to the end of the season this is a this isn't a team that likes to do a lot of in season firing even though Jason Garrett got his job because of an in season firing with Wade Phillips when he was dismissed obviously about ten years ago so the cowboys are going to ride this thing out I mean it it wasn't necessarily a great vote of confidence tonight you know that you mentioned says he shouldn't be this frustrated with the amount of talent that on this football team and he's absolutely right he has spent millions hundreds of millions of dollars to sign the life of the alley it into markets Lawrence and still have to find guys like that Chris got an Amari Cooper coming up you know in this off season in this he missed two good have to many hard on both sides of the football to be as inconsistent as they are in honestly it's a reflection of the thing here there is no reason why special teams have been as bad as they've been over the last several weeks including today we saw a black point you saw miss coverages as far as kick off being not returned when they were short like it was just a whole bunch of things that it starts at the top and that's with the singer in until they can guarantee either Amy finding different ways to get this team motivated week in and week out or the cab was decided to make a change here this is the kind of mediocrity no matter how much town is on the football team Dallas Cowboys fans will continue to see as long as you think there is still the head coach here right now I'm talking to a friend of mine Kevin gray you can follow him on Twitter at C. T. sports radio he's in Dallas Texas covering the Dallas Cowboys what do you make of the rumors about chasing here in the New York Giants any truth to always it just smoke as a kind of frustrated with with what's been happening to the cowboys what do you make of the garret giant rumors I mean you know if we could give him the first plane ticket back to New York and he could be a cause for division rival after what we've seen over the last ten years a lot of doubt cab with bands like can you sign me up for that please where do I sign up right now so a lot of folks that don't miss the what do you think your it back as the head coach I mean he used to be a part number correctly officer coordinator when used in New York for a little bit there for this familiarity there with John mera into thing here is so it would be a natural fit if you will because of the familiar to have with one another but I don't see do you think you're calling back after this year because again the amount of talent on the football team inability to get the most out of that talent it was already a red flag when you change your hopes as far as your coaching job concern on a first year according during Callum bore and killing Moore's for most accounts as in pretty good at the office of coordinator for the cowboys Chris for star rod Marinelli running thing the defense and then the physically they haven't been as good as they were a year ago that tackling nearly as well they did a year ago but today played very well gets Tom Brady in the New England Patriots so even defensively at least today played well in execution wise started chasing areas so if you go to New York a lot of fans down here in Taos would be very happy to see him go to a rival who is a very good given what we've seen from over over the last ten plus years I'm a strong believer that Ezekiel Elliott is one the five best running backs in the NFL I don't think you can make the argument that he's the best running back in the NFL anymore I think that's Christian McCaffrey but I think because he could at least is a tier one running back he's a little bit in a slump right now how much of that is just a normal progression in maybe highs and lows of a player or is there a greater cause for concern for the last three weeks from Ezekiel Elliott well lot of been made of Ezekiel Elliott you know play as far as not being nearly as explosive or his guilty not being there the way that it used to be over the last three you know for years we've been here articles gonna forget you know forget that you know if Roger Goodell did have a head of the tail you know last year you know the two alleys leader in leading the league in rushing for three straight seasons so with three hundred plus touches you know each of those you see them if you feel it's been used quite a bit and it uses radio Bob the extremely hot so for a lot of the things that we see from a DJ Ellie I mean go back to the Minnesota Vikings game the Minnesota Vikings are really good defensive fry it they've got support seven died on the eve of the line a lot back in court that are really really good and they made if you could only look really bad I did some things against them up instantly that they hadn't seen before and it's not like teams are stacking the box is one of the biggest miss this year about what do the Kelly stating that you think is facing more stacked boxes the Dallas Cowboys are feeding of not a lot less deck boxes this year which means that the aliens in breaking the tackle that is normally breaking he's not getting out in the open space that is normally out and getting accustomed to I want to see killing more used as the Ellie and much more in the way that the Panthers use Chris McCaffrey getting him out in space lining them up as a receiver and getting the ball and thing is to make plays out in space I don't think they're that injury issue I don't think there is a complacency issue I think it's one of those things where he had been able to get going nearly as much as he's been able to and with that being said he still in the top eight in rushing in the National Football League which tells you how good of a player he still really is last three weeks for Ezekiel Elliott fifty seven carries a hundred and seventy eight yards he had twenty one carries for eighty six yards today not a bad day but certainly not a great day for one of the elite running backs in the NFL right now I'm talking to Kevin gray he covers the Dallas Cowboys in Dallas Texas why did the cowboys wait on that Prescott contract it is only hurt them now he is going to be able to command thirty six thirty eight million dollars this season and they can only blame himself for putting themselves in this situation yeah and that's part of it in the other part is that correct god bet on himself dak Prescott is the one who doesn't lack for money you know there was a report earlier this year Derrick bell put out that you know the actor Adam Schefter put ice using talking about the fact that that Prescott in endorsements along with Pepsi and Dan and all those other things you know have a fifty million dollars in the bank so it's not like that Chris got it's hurting for money a lot of those who think that Cochran you're not signing your extension now you don't want to go into the season you know that a longer contract expenses but you know all the amount of money if the thrown out together jerk off in court you win you know this that the third no deck Prescott made a bet on himself in a locker cousins it's going to pay off for him at the bank I mean he has played at times added in V. P. like level and that's to his credit working with Jon Kitna working with the coaching staff in the off season to get into a point where he could be the kind of player that he believes that he can be a killer more unlocking certain things within this office is turned him into this season I think this season with emphasis this season eight top five top in quarterback based on the numbers that he's put up coming into today he was leading the NFL in passing yards on pace for over five thousand passing yards this year so I think the cowboys were prepared to pay him upwards of thirty three to thirty five million dollars I think the number's been pretty much set by Jerry Jones in the way that he's tried to negotiate at times in the media with dak Prescott saying at times that other factors that help dak Prescott become the kind of quarterback they used to try and listen maybe some of the money that he thinks he's going to actually work in those deals come around but no dak is earned every dollar that he is going to command and based on the performance.

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